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Society and Personals
-i i m i I lovely walnut flower stands in mem
I hlirrh IcPPPIVP ory of her father, J. W. Cox. a
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Mr. E. C .Newton, of the Presby
terian Church, recently gave two
nice fans to the Church in memory
of his wife, Frances Wells Newton.
They have been installed in the
church, one on each side.
On Sunday, Miss Macy Cox, of
Magnolia, presented the Church 2
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DUPLIN MERCANTILE CO.
Paul Ingram, Mgr.
"EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY"
ALL STORES IN WARSAW WILL BE CLOSED
- MONDAY, JULY 54k.
WARSAW MERCHANTS ASSOCIATIOit
n8r Sister' MiSS E1Itt CX' Wh0 UP
until the time of her death, was the
nlilpst mpmher in the Women's
Mrs. N. B. Boney was hostess to
the members of the BMG sewing
club on Wednesday afternoon. Pret
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o ' THE RECOCD-
LEGAL HOLIDAY ,
ty arrangements of mixed summer
flowers were used for decoration.
After the regular sewing bee, a
social hour was enjoyed at which
time the hostess served a delicious
The Auxiliary of Grove Presby
terian Church met Monday after
noon with nine present. Mrs. Caro
line Gavin presided in the absence
of the president and Mrs. Mary
Southerland conducted the devo
tional service. The program, a con
tinuation of the study of "The
Christian Home" was led by Mes
dames N. B. Boney, and J. G. Mor
rison with Mesdames S. W. Newton
Ivy Bowden and Wm. Pickett taking
Hke KenftBSvUle Womans Club
met Thursday afternoon with 15
members present. Tb prestfent,
Mjre. P. J. Dobson presided. Mrs.
W. M, Ingram bad charge of the
program. Mns. E. V. Vestal gave
a report on the meeting she attend
ed in Raleigh. Misses Sallie New
ton and Angela Daughtry render
ed piano selections. A report by the
canvassers for the American Over
seas Aid and United Nations Ap
peal For Children was made and
$16.00 was turned into the club.
A social hour was enjoyed at which
time the members of the Fine Arts
Department served a sweet course.
The members of the Youth Fel
lowship Group and the Caravan
workers were served a picnic sup-
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terian church yard. Plates with po
tato salad, crackers, corn on the
cob, ham, tomatoes and cucumbers
iced tea and home made cookies
were served to about forty guests.
After supper a program was given
in the church.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Jones and
family spent Tuesday in Kenans
ville. They were dinner guests of
Mr .and Mrs. D. S. Williamson and
supper guests ui Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Williams. They were enroute from
Florida to New Jersey where they
will make their home. ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brown and
sons of Norfolk, Va. and Mrs. Ella
Pridgen of Warsaw were dinner
guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Morrison and
son Dave of Miami, Fla. visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Morrison last
Frank Wilhile of Philadelphia
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Mor
rison. Buddie Williamson is home on a
Mrs. J. W. Williamson of Yadkin
ville spent last week with Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Williamson. Her husband,
J. W., came Monday and they re
turned home .Wednesday.
Mrs. A. T .Outlaw and Sarah
West, who are attending summer
school spent the week end at home
Mrs. R. C. Wells and children of
Clinton are spending the week with
Mr. R. V. Wells and Mrs. Louise
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hasty
spent the week end at Carolina
Mrs. Emory Sadler and son Em
ory are spending the week at Caro
Here 'tis ladies! The proposed
home of H. Weil and Brothers In
Goldsboro. The old store was burn
ed several months ago and the
firm is carrying on in the Womans
Club building in Goldsboro. The
new, modern, streamlined structure
will go up at the location of the
former building on Center Street.
Construction was begun this week.
Proprietors hope to open the new
store some time next spring.
Miss Vera Hamilton and mother
attended the dedication services of
flower stands at Grove church on
Mr. J .G. Morrison chaperoned
22 boys at Camp Tuscarora last
Mrs. Hattie Kornegay of Golds
boro spent the week end with her
daughter, Mrs. N. B. Boney.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jerrltt left
Monday to spend about a month
in Wisconsin where they will visit
their two children and other rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Willis of Rae
ford spent Sunday with her mother
Mrs. Mary Southerland.
Mrs. Lester Brinson returned on
Monday from the Goldsboro Hospi
tal after having undergone an op
eration there. She la getting along
Mr. and Mrs. James Alderman
Donson and family of Snow Hill and
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dobson and
family of Wilmington were home
for the week end with their pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dobson.
Mrs. J. O. Stokes left Saturday
to visit her sister in Atlanta who is
MCKAY'S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION in Kenansville, on
the corner by the Post Office, has been purchased by Thurman
Brown and will be known in the future as BROWN'S ATLANTIC
Your patronage "will be appreciated.
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To My Friends
I express my deep and abiding appreciation for the fine support
given me in my campaign for Governor of -North Carolina. I accept
our victory with mixed emotions; grateful for the trust and confi
dence evidenced by your vote and reposed in me in the nomination,
and conscieus of the responsibilities incident to victory. With your
continued assistance", and through the aid of Divi guidance., w will
be able to so administer the affairs of ur State government as to
bring the greatest blessings to all the people of eur State they have
yet experienced. -,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam V; Massey of
Seven Springs announce the en
gagement of their daughter .Laura,
to Earl W. Faries, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bart W. Faries, Sr. of Wal
lace. The wedding will take place
August 2, in the Woodland Meth
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Bennie Nazelrod and Mr. and
Mrs. Atorlan Cutrlght of Buck
hannon, W. Va., son and daughter
of E. J. Nazelrod, are spending a
few days with Mr. and Mrs, B. i.
Miss Doris Bostlc, whft at waalt
ing in New Bern, spW the wadk
end with her patents, Mn and itpp,
E. J. Nazelrod. . vr
D. S. WilUamson and Buddie HTJa
liamson are spending the week in
Richmond, Va. ..,'
Mesdames Ray Dunn and J J.
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GEORGE P. PIUDGEN, JB
Phone 226-1 Warsaw, N.C
FOR RUNT: Ocean Front Apart
ment Sleeps seveo; screened '
porch; ' utdoor (Ireptooa and pic
nic tables; near Kurt Beach Fbhliif
Pier; on Bus Line - two blocks from
stores. $38.00 per week. "
W 'to Audrey Alpbla Batter, .
-e Beach, N. C
CORN FOR SALE: 75 or 100 bushel
lots. Uev John A. Vause, Bt S,
Mount Olive, S. C
PEOPLE Desiring Pecan Trees Fot
FaU Planting Contact W. E. BBL
ANGA At Once.. -7-lfl-4t
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FOR SALE: Pure bred Berkshire
pl-s, 3 months old, See or write
WILLARD L. WESTBROOK,
SEVEN SPRINGS, They can be
seen at Westbrook's Service Station
on Pink Hill Highway.
DplLi Scppiy Co.
WARSAW, II. C.
Quinn complimented Miss Florence
Jones, bride eleof of June SO at a
miscellaneous shower Wedneaday
night In the home of Mrs. Dunn.
Arrangements of mixed flowers
Punch, bridal cakes and minte were
I arfrvba ia imit KB MMk Tha hoik
eaeV secattiRBB prjttay M1 wa-.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lewis and
Edward attended the SOth wedding
anniversary Sunday In Wilmington
of Mr. and Mrs. Aulsia Murray. -
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W. KERQ SCOTT .
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