KENANSVILLE, NOfiXlf CAROLINA
MRS. STACY BRITT
Adrertislnf S 'ldtor
Call In Your News
To aid students and teachers in
foreign countries, the YMCA and
the YWCA of East Carolina Teach
ers College have begun their snnual
drive for the World Student Hind.
Nicholas Fokakis ot Wilmington
and Peggy Steed of W arsaw head
committees of the two organizations
working on the collection ot con
tributions on the earning. They
spoke at a fa-uuy meeting recently
and discussed t.ie services of the
WSSF to ludenls abroad. Funds
will be used this car. they said,
mainly in Poland and Greece,
where manv students are ill with
tuberculosis, and in the hasi.
Hostess At Bridge
Mrs. N. A. Mitchell was conip'i
niented Kridav ufiei noon when Mr
Allen Draughon entertained at five
tables of bridge in her home, l. p i
arrival guests were served a iru.t
salad course molded in Hallowe'Vi
pumpkins and hot tea. Mrs. Glenn
Brown assisted the hostess in ser
ving. At the conclusion of plav M, s.
Sterling Marriner was presented an
apron tor high score. Mrs. Ld-!ar
Pollock received note sheets tor uv.v
and Mrs. Festus Mitcluner captures
traveling prize, hand painted nan
kins. The honoree was prest-ntei
With novelty brass nut cracvers and
Mrs. Ben Bowden was remembered
with a loveiv handicrehiei.
Jerry Hollingsworth celebrated
his 5th birthday Thursda" wnen Ins
mother entenained at a rhildren s
party. Games and contest.; were en-
W iii-1 Oil!
. I Crop Improvement Associations.
CERTIFIED HARDIRED WHEAT
The highest yield inj wheal in Southern Coastal Pliin tests. Made
46 9 bui per acre at C'c-in. S C. Highest yielder four N. C
tuperiment Stations for 4 years. Resists cold, mildew, smut and
rust. Has big long heads, well filled
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Get ready to
L1AC1E FEW5 Stt';.j
Riiridlr fummrted by
tractor and giounrL
Ralre nr! Iu'vtts hy t
Henry Vann Motor Co,
, . 's' f n,T"ifrrin '."'r '
Joyed. Mrs. Hollingsworth was as
sisted in serving Ice cream, cake
and lemonade by IVJiss Barbara
Jones. Each guest received a Hal
loween horn for a favor.
Mrs. Moman Barr was hostess 10
her club Friday evening when she
entertained with two tables for
bridge at her home which was deco
rated with colorful flowers for the
occasion.At the conclusion, a Reve
lon set went to Miss Nora Black
more and Mrs. Geo. Pennev recei-
ved hand cream for traveling. Cc-
canut"cake and coffee was scved.
Mrs. Paul Mntt entertained her
bridge club Tuesday evening vvrJi
two tables m plav. Mrs. Ralph Best
received a vase tor high and Mrs.
George Clarke bingoed for a hand
kerchiel. A tempting dessert cours
Hostess To Club
Mrs. Maurice Jordan was hostess
to her bridge cluh Thursday even
ing with two tables in plav at her
lwme m Howden. Mrs. Jovco Bur
ton received high score j.varrt and
Mrs. Robert Frederick, tr.ivelnn:
prize. The hostess served apple pic
toppped with whipped ereini.
Mrs. hi! limes entertained her
bridge club Thursday afternoon
when sae had two tables at plav
High score went to Mrs. Bil' Sliel
tield and lhe hostess served a
sweet course ot gingerbread supped
with whippetl cream and pineapple.
1 he James Kenans Chapter. LiDC
held thelir October meeting on
Thursdav ihe 21st in the home of
Mrs. Charles r . Carroll wuh Mes
dames C. B. Best. J. C. Brock. Oaisv
Jordan and Hubert West as joint
hostesses and 17 present.
Mrs. West opened the met-tint;:
CERESAN TREATED 99 PURE
OVER 90 GERMINATION
Wood is the South' largest breeder
and producer of small grain seed.
Our improved foundation stocks are
bred under the supervision of State
Experiment Station officials. All
our breeding and production fields
are closely inspected by State
with grain of high milling quality.
ALSO. Certified R'dheart Wheat; Stan
ton aid Fu!grain Oats. Beardless Barley.
Rye. and other leading small grains
Your Deafer or Write Us
In one day you ran
cut a huge pile of cord
wood or fence posts
with this rugged fast
cutting Dearborn saw
. . for your own use
or to fell. Attaches
quickly to Ford Tractor . . . Jiffs by
Hydraulic Touch Control for fast trans
port Into the woodlot. Belt tightens
automatically ... no lining np needed.
Let oi show you.
Oenniiia twrU and
V expert aei vice on
J all rexd Tractors
add Dearborn Farm
followed by the ritual led by Mrs.
C A. Womack and the Van salutes.
Mrs- L- B. Kul'J urged members to
pav their annual taxes by November
in order to corre?pond with the Div
ision Treasurer. In order for the
officer's names be listed in the Div
ision minutes tt was necessary to
elect them for " the coming year
from the floor as follows: Vice
Pres. Mrs. C. B. Best: Historian,
Miss Mary Alice Blackmore a ul
the reelection of Mrs. C. A. Wo
mack. Chaplain; Mrs. H. C. Pridgen,
Custodian of Property, and Mrs. C.
F. Carroll, Recorder of Crosses. It
was not necessary to elcci a Presi
dent and Secretary as Mrs. West
and Mrs. Stacy Britt went in office
last year for two vears.
Mrs. N. B. Boncy. Duplin Ked
Cross Secretary, asks tint t lie chap
ter aid the Marines at Me Naval
Hospital at Camp I..c.i :nne wilh
Xmas wrapping paper.
Mrs. D. S. Broadhiirsl ol Ml.
Olive was a welcome gue-! and
save an account of the Divisional
meeting in Charlotte as Warsav
was not represented.
Mrs. J. M. Peirce presenic 1 an
unusuailv interesting program on
The Confederate Postage SI ..mp
and displayed pictures.
The hostess served a pineapple sal
ad course, cakes and coffee.
WS of CS Hold
The Duplin-Sampson Zone met
with the WS of CS in Wallace on
Oct. 14 with Mrs. II. tl. Ilip-i of
Warsaw in the chair. Auxiliary re
ports were helpful and shoved that
(here had been faithful -.vi.rk done
during the year.
" It ism iov to have Mrs. llenrv
l aison in a missionary meeting.
Sue told that she had been a mem
ber ior 58 years. Her first year sin
had to walk three miles to attend, j
She insisted that we send pecans i
to our Student Center in Greenville !
as a second mite gift. i
Mrs. A. D. Craig. Dist. Pres. nre- I
sented Mrs. II. I. Glass. v;io nave i
the noon day devotional. She also I
spoke of a memorial for Mrs. J 11
Gamble of Clinton, who recently i
.I'.vind aga'M won the at'e.idaiuc
prize - $5 for a baby life member.
1 1 io one i! ird gladlv all 'he
District Super. ntender.ls who gave
t. ' ii '.heir respective office...
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McNeil
Warsaw, announce the birth ol ;
daughter. Barbara Allene. on Thur.
day. Oct. 21. 1948. Goldsboro IIusp- i
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Berthelol of I
Warsaw announce tne birth of a i
daughter, uleiula ,Vnne. on Wcdne--- i
day. Oct. 2o. 1948. at their home in i
vVarsaw. Mrs. Bertnelot is ;lie for- I
mer Miss Willie Mae Dan ol War- I
Miss Margery Thomas and her
motner, Mrs. K J. Thoma; were
hostesses Saturdav evening v.-hen
they entertained at an iniornial
party honoring Miss Sar.iii Humph
rey, bride elect and Mrs. Franklin
Thomas ol 1 liomasville
The living and dining rooms were
decorated with flowers and candles
and Mrs. Thomas received pi;csts
at the door and Miss Thomas invit
ed them into the dining room
where they were served lime
punch, sandwiches, cookies and
mints bv Misses Rva Belle Knrne
gav. Rebecca Best pntl Mrs K.ibert
Miss Humphrev was a .i.un honor
ed on Wtulnesilay cvctiii when
Mesdames Hen.-v West. () H Hesf
Sl.ic.v Britt iiiid Miss Jo A me Britt
entertained it a lloatins shower in
the home of Mrs. Wesi on College
The entire lower floor, yroiusely
decorated, w-n ensuile for the oc
casion. On the dining table, over
laid with a lace cloth, was centered
with an arrangement of white dan
lias. Burning tapers in double crys
tal holders were on opposite ends
of the table. In the den were place
ment of white chrysanthemums and
Guests were met at the door by
Mrs. O. H. Best and received by
Mrs. A. L. Humphrey, mother of the
honoree. Misi Humphrey pinned
miniature - yi sages on eacii guest
i.nd -Vrs. Staix Britt invited them
into the dining room where they
were served bridal ices and Indivi
dual ctkes by Misses Jo Anno Britt
and Peggy Mitchell. ' Miss Joyce
Whittls pased nuts and mints. A
sistinc, wun serving were Mi Is Fan
r.ie Wi'son and Mr. S 'Whittle.
Mfs. HI T, fisher showed the way
from lhe din ing room to the Sift
room, where they -were asked to
register in the bride': book by Mrs.
Edffar Pollock? Goodbyes were said
to ' - 71 r ' ') c " 1 f-l' V
THE DUPLIN TIMES
LP. Stanley, Jr.
Funeral- services for Lawrence
PaTll Stanley, Jr. aged 20, who was
killed in an airplane accident near
Dunn on Thursday of last week,
were held from the Quinn-McGow-en
Funeral Home in Warsnw on
Sundav afternoon at 3 o'clock with
the Rhv Mr. SI" -uard of Wilming
ton, assting bv Rev. A. M: Will
iams, pastor of riie Wars.iw Meth
odist Cimreh, jf.'tiatinR. Burial fol
lowed lit Plneciest Cemetery with
lull military homns by tin Warsaw
Unit National Guard
Young Stanley vms bora March
7, 1923 in Warsaw, son of L. P 'i
ftnnley, Sr., oi' Wilmington and
Mrs. Irene Blackburn Bartlett of
Macon, Ga. He resided in Warsaw
with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
R. T. Blackburn and received his
education In lhe local high school
until transferring to New Hanover
High in Wilmington when ;n the
10th grade. He graduated in 1946
with high honors especially in Art
and Literature in which he received
special Recognition. Soon after
wartls he enlisted in the Navy and
was with the la-. I Byrd Expedition
to the South pol". lie was me"di(:ally
discharged from a California Naval
Hospital and came back to Wilming
ton where he recei. -ed his wings in
1947. At the lime of his tragic
death he was residing in Erwin,
wl'ire he Ads -.iking special high
school course in French and Span
ish preparatory t. entering the inin
istery next .; ca In his up-to-date
diar;' was r.iin'.ii
lation, v.iii-. ii is
been writ 1 Hi
ihe i'o1 lowing-qju-p
resumed o ;ave
night 'leforc his
"So let's noi linger r.s we live
And let the flays slio by.
iul give you. ';,'" to lesa; Ch'-ist
I'o live and never lie.'
Surviving are bis .iircnts, grand
"parents, two sisters ind two bro
thers of Wilmington and Macon, Ga.
The series oi meeiings closed on
Sunday morning with four additions
to the Church membership.
Rev. and Mr: I.. C. Prater went
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Washes . . . rinses . . , damp dries clothes automatically!
Converts to a dishwasher In ust 114 minutes! See how she
can have TWO washers at a erie washer prleel
Come in Todayl
WARSAW HARDWARE CO.
WARSAW, NORTH CAROLINA
NOW IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATEELY DELIVERY
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to Shelter Neck Sunday afternoon.
Misses Dorothy Outlaw and Ed
na Sutton of Goldsboro spent Sun
day with their parents.
Grover Adams suffered a broken
leg while hunting last Saturday.
Mrs. Katie Outlaw is visiting
her brother D. H. Outlaw and fam
ily near Kinston. i .j
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nichols and
Dennis of Sims visited here Sunday.
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Mrs. Jobert Jones and daughter
of Southport are visiting her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker.
Several H. D. members attended
Achievement Dey in Kenansvllle
Thursday. Also a splendid group
attended the Farm Bureau meeting
and barbecue supper there., i
Rev. Thbs. Terrell of Kinston and
Rev. Stall of Rocky Mt. were visit
ing ministers here for the series of
services held in the church last
J. G. Langston Dies
Johnny Gideon Langston, 74,
died early Monday morning-at his
home in- the Friendship community
after a long illness. Tuneral servi
ces were held at Friendship Meth
odist Church Tuesday afternoon at
2.30 o'clock with the Rev: Joha
Cline of Kenansville in charge and
burial was in the church cemetery.
Surviving are Mrs. Langston; four j
sons, Kotana ot uaiypso. uscar,
Ralph and Mark, all of Warsaw;
three sisters, Mrs. Emma- Potter,
Wilmington, Mrs. Alma Herring
and Mrs. Annie Stroud both of
Deep Run; and one brother, Charlie
Langston of Kinston. Mr. Langston
was a retired farmer.
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OCTOBER 23 th, 1948
bags here among our fine,
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