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IUK DUFL1N T1MBS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1948
s Of Interest To Every
MRS. STACY BRITT
' Vaksaw editok
AdTertisinr S "!cltor
Call In Your News
Mrs. Hector McNeil was hostess
to her bridge club and several addi
tional guests Saturday evening
when she entertained at two tables.
Flowers decorated the home and
during progressions coca colas and
nuts were served. At the conclusion
Mrs. Charles Sheffield was present
ed dish towels for high score and
' Mrs. Jimmy McColman received
letter opener for traveling 3ward
Mrs. Elbert Matthis was remember
ed with individual salt spoons. Tho
hostess served tipsy cake and coffee.
Penny Branch Club
The Penny Branch Home Demon- j
stration Cub served a chicken sal
ad supper on Wednesday afternoon (
beginning at 5:30 at the club house.
Tickets were on sale at 75c a plate. '
Miss Jame Belle Blackir.ore ; un
dergoing treatment at Jar.ie Walk
er Hospital but experts 'o return
home this week.
Mrs. Sarah Fussell Mi'.chiner .
getting along nieelv folio-. ir-S an or
eration in Memorial Genera! Hos
pital in Kinston Wednesday.
Mrs. H. S. Kornegay has returned
from the Goldsboro Hospital w her?
she underwent an operation She .?
getting along nicely
Mrs. J. B. Qainn has returned
from Woodward Herring Hospita.
in Wiison and : recuperating a: the
home of her daughter. Mrs G L
Brown in Wallace
Mr and Mrs Harry Potter -'
Jacksonville, formerly of Warsaw,
announce the birth of a son Dar
iel Rivenbark. on Sunday Nov 21.
194S, Jacksonville Hospital
The Warsaw PTA held their Nov- ;
ember meeting Tuesday evening of !
last week ir. the auditorium with I
the president Mrs. M. A. Smith. I
Dresidins Mrs F.. Walker Stevens. 1
program chairman, opened the meet
ing with the 23:d Psalm repeated
in unison followed by the Lord's
Prayer, after which she introduced ;
Mr. O. P Johnson. Supt of Count-. :
Education of Kenansville. who
gave a nu-t .meresting talk on the
topic T:te School - - Its Curricu-
lum and Adi'v.n-.stration." He out
lined his job a Duplin Count
School Superintendent as compared
to busines- i-.-..-.nager. iave an over
all financial statement of the predi
cament of Duplin School syste:-..
and explained tax levies and debts
Duplin Count;. Board of Commiss
ioners and Board of Education are
upholding t:ie pa as we go" plan
rather than deeper in debt there
by berns forced to pay out huge
amoun:. t interest. He explained
how important it is that we. the
citizens of Duplm. get behind our
Congress and Legislature and de
mand the funds the people are en
titled to The present administra
tion has promised help to the school
system and it is up to the people
to make those promises be fulfilled.
Mr Johnson described the present
day as critical ' with obstacles at
ail corners especially since the
school fires at Beulaville and the
t Warsaw colored school. There are
over 10.500 school children in Dup
lin with 330 teachers, no supervis
ors and no superintendants of trans
portation The school principals
have no clerical assistancei in fact,
the system is poor administration.
He went on to say that the schools
needed the support of the best peo
ple and that living facilities arouna
the schools were bad and inad
quate for out of town teachers.
Numbers of teachers are assisting
and teaih.ng only until new teach
ers can be secured The schools
need ' r.evv blood", says Mr John
son Regarding the bus situation --
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Youngstown KItekea equipment. All Ycirr
tovn units are tsrdily made of glnm'mg white rteeL
and indade mk& featsica as twin-bowl eabtset aokt,
dish and vegetable sprays, jScScg shrKe. noeeini
drawers, and Eoed cotierr compartment. Tliey can be
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Mrs. Ralph Best entertained her
bridee club and additional guests
on Friday evening of last week at
her home. Three tables were In play
amona a Thanksgiving setting. Hi-
score prize, a demitasse cup and
saucer, went to Mrs. Momon Barx
for club members: visitors high, a
milk glass Din tray, went to Mrs.
jovce Burton. Mrs. Elbert Matthis
captured the traveling award. Dur
ing play coca colas and nuts were
served and at the conclusion a salad
plate with coffee.
Gaylor, Mae Brock, Barbara Thomp
son, Rebecca Best, Peggy Steed,
and Henry West, Harold jviannis.
Laddie Williams. Jr., Henry Stevens
III, Rivers Johnson, Vivian jonr.
son, and Miss Lewellyn Phillip-..
Miss Peggy Mitchell visited in
Fairmont over the week end and
Hugh Mitchell visited in Clinton.
John Anderson Johnson, Carroll
Best and J. N. West attended the
wedding of Miss Wanda Brock ani
Rudolph Pittman in Clinton Wed
Miss Margery Thomas spent the
holidays at home with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sutton of
Richlands were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lee returned
Tuesday from Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
where they visited her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whittle acd
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Whittle and
son of Greensboro were holiday
announces the :r.
Dr. D. ...
on Friday. N"ov
The bride is a i rst -groom
is a brother of G P
lived in Duplm Count;. 1' H
Duplm. He has a iuerati e : i-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle
Mrs. G. L. Brown of Wallace was
Sunday guest of her mother. Mrs.
J. B. Quinn.
Miss Nellie Corbett was home for
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen Jr. were
home for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvas Powell of
Goldsboro visited his parents on
There will be one or more rej.-
resentatives of Magnolia at the bear
ing when the Coast Line presents
the matter i-f the proposed change
nf srhhertule of trains No. 48 anl
49 Magnolia has for soin;
months hren a "flaa station" bui
the trains have never failed to stop
someone getting on or orf all th.'
time, and m liie proposed change
is not to stop here at all. and then
is strong protest.
Any time you see in this colun
a "dance'' announced, you may be
sure that this correspondent did
not put it there It was probab1;.
.sent in b someone else and was
accidentally printed among my
news items I do not announce or
report dances or card parties.
Miss) Macy Cox.
Mrs. Salhe Strickland Joyner
was found Monday morning speech
less, unconscious and helpless in
bed in her home about a mile from
Magnolia A negro who workel
for her knocked on her door and
not hearing her answer came into
town and reported to relatives who
went to her home and found her.
She is in a critical condition.
Mr and Mrs. Harold Martin re
turned to their home in Birming
ham. Ala. Tuesday.
the holidays with his parents.
J. A. Smith is in Atlanta, ua. on
a business trip. Mrs. Smith Is vis
iting in Goldsboro.
Mrs. J. S. Sutton of Goldsboro
Is visiting Mrs: H. G. Culbreth.
Mrs. Alberta English of Wallace
is visiting the Marshall Cummings
The YWA of the Baptist Church
met with Mrs. Harold EzzeU on
Thursday night. Mrs. Ezzell had
charge of the meeting.
Holiday guests of Mr. and Mr.
C'audo Powell' were Mr. and Mrs.
Alvah Cox and sons; John Powell
md Miss Phillis Barrett of Ports-
Mr. and Mr3. OHie Bradshaw and
sin of Portsmouth spent the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brad
shaw. Messrs Johnnie and Warren Wha
ty of Portsmouth spent the holi-,-ivs
with the Troy Homes.
G y -be.ro
Duplm has 90 buses and -take
40 more to adequate. "'a:
port all the children. He prais
the Board of Commissioners ..
Board of Education, stating t.
there was no cross friction a tit?
them and they worked to-ietl:
well. He urged the parents to
operate with principals and teat
ers in the school problem. Stat,
that the situation is worse th.:
generation ago: in that the v
I.O. is loer because famil.e-
j have lare families are r.
those that Wouldn't have t'. :. '
i are sending large families int. t
schools. Problems are far
now than in the past and ir.is
effort is required to hold the h-rr.
together Mr Johnson said
present Atomic energy act h.
tremendous trouble in store a
we must control it. This is a sen ';
age in which we live and the i. -dose
of medicine must be More .-.rd
Better Education ."
Mrs. Edna McLamb. buiid.r.;
principal at the grammar -.v. o
spoke on " The Teacher's Place ti
the Curriculum", highlight tnj sr.C
giving inside information .-.bottt tiv:
work the teachers are diu T'.:
present day teachers are do.ns
wonderful job 3nd the bet the
can with inadequate facilities.
Mrs. Glenn Rollins discussed
The Responsibility of the Parent"
stating that Pre-School train-In; -
most essential and there must he .
closer relationship between p.i.vrv
! During business the Tieasurer .
: ported $535 52 realized from t ie :
i cent Halloween Carniva'
Hopkins was hos-
bridge club Tuesday ev-
; o: last week at her home with
ib't - it play. During progress
: coc3 colas and nuts were ser
r.d ht n scores were tabulated
.; .'be- Lewis received a towel
; i -..re and bath cloths went
' - Lucille Lassater for low.
v-; served pimento and
- . ' ' n .ches. oick'es and hot
. lo the Warsaw Hi foot-
! and coach. H. G. McGee.
: ed with a banquet held in
at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. M.
- r.ansvilie. led the enter
, th a take' football
. en State and Carolina -
i s settled by a tie and
...- one was happy. He
-.a :;i folk dances in which
-:-! Charles Hales and
la Herring sang and acted
.'in' an' a Fightin ". They
-ed as hillbillies and pro-
i.u Son5 were enjoyed
ral special numbers by
iliiers. Jr. and the foot
s Mothers of the squad
j l.eious supper. Approxi-
enjoyed the banquet.
Mr. and Mrs. J
daughters visited in
during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Titomas Rogers and
son were dinner guests Thanks
giving of Mr. and Mrs. Bernice
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hamilton
and daughters Misses Jeannette of
ECTC. Vera of Concord and Mil
dred of Raeford visited Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Kornegay Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Barr and
children. Mrs. W. L. Barr and Mrs.
R. L. West and daughter shopped in
Raleigh Saturday and attended the
Mrs. Jimmy McColman is spend
ing sometime in Laurinburg with
her parents while Patrolman Mc
Clman has been on leave of absence
attending Naval Officers School.
Miss Mary Alice Blackmore spent
Thursday in Wilmington with her
sister, Miss Janie Belle, a patient in
James Walker Hospital.
Mrs. W. B. Smith of Wake For
est is spending sometime with h
sister, Mrs. W. E. Fussell.
Clarence Brown' Jr. of Winston
Salem spent the holidays with his
mother Mrs. C. J. Brown.
Among college students at home
for the holidays were Misses Sarah
M. Jenkins and
Williamston I Sunday
For several weeks each Monday
night prayer meeting has been held
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Catl
Lanier with large crowds attending.
Miss Melrose Gaylor of Winston
Salem spent the week end with
Miss Mac Cox. Their dinner guest
was the Rev. W. M. Kelly
Dr. Shelton Hunter who was ill j
in a Wilson hospital has improved ;
and has returned to his home in :
Arthur McKneeley of State spent
In all the year weVe
been established, ererr
prescription we'v IUIm
has unfailingly net the
tiona, and been promptly
delivered to the patient!
Warsaw Drug Co.
COAL & FUEL OIL
Call us today for high grade fuel oil and best
uality. Red Ash, Briquets, or Smokeless Coal.
R. B. WARREN
Telephones G9 or 210 Mount Olive, N. C.
Warsaw SeSf-Service Laundry
Hours 1 a,r 1 ' n.m.
Except On Mor
Hours These Dc
m. to 9 p.m. ;
Operators: Mr, and Mrs. Dick Kerr g
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10
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