FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1C13
ins OUfLlfl T1UDS
To Every 0l
t-J. STACY LrT
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Th name of Pfc. Willi S. Wil
son, Army, Warsaw, was listed
wKh 29 other North Carolina
World War dead returned to this
country, by the department of the
Army. Blanch S. Wilson. Warsaw,
wa listed as next of kin.
The remains of Pfe. Wilson were
brought back to this country with I
1900 other dead veterans of the
Pacific area aboard the IT. S Army
Transport Da It rn Victory
' The Army stated that .acn next
of kin was notified in advance of
the arrival of the vessel, and would
be notified again after the arrival
of the remains at the regional ru
tribution centers of the American
Craves Regional Service
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Revelle y(
Warsaw announce the birth of a
daughter December 3. in Goldsboro
Hospital. Named Sandra Gail. Mr
Revelle is the former Ada Houston
Mr. Joyce Carroll Burton enter
tained her bridge club and seven!
additional guest Tuecday night
with a lovely Christmas party ;
her home on H;il St. The home wa
attractively decorated throughou;
At Pleasing Prices
Ann Page Strawberry
Ann Page Gelatin Desserts
Mild & Mellow Coffee
Ocean Spray Cranberry
Iona Sliced or Halves
Packer's Label sections
" Whitehouse '
TLriia " -
with Christina arrangements.
During -play coca colas, dressed
as Santas were served and wheat
scores were tallied club hih prise,
a novelty bottle opener, went to'
Mr. Hector McNeil Victors high,
bunny fur sachets, went ta Mrs. '
klhrt Uattbis and traveling award
novelty salt and peppers, was held
by Mrs. K W. Biggs.
Cunt were invited tito the din -
ing room, where they were senrcd
dainty auorted sandwiches, tup
cakes, nuts, eggnog and coffee.
The WS of CS observed their
foreign mission course of study n
Tuesday night, entertaining at 7
o'clock with a covered dish supper
in the church. Following supper the J
three circles met for brief business
matters and liter joined together
iih Mr, r b Bt in the chair
s cr r-rji .TmmmA . in.
terestimf program on foreign mn-
sions. The program was intersper
sed with carol singing.
PTA To Meet
The PTA !i bole trteir Decem
ber meeting on Tuasdiy evening.
Dec. 21. at 7:30 in the high school
auditorium The program chairman
has announced that this wul oe we
ir.r.ual Christmas program and all
patrons of the Warsaw school chil-
dren are asked to attend.
Mrs. Frank Hobfos was hoste.
to her bridge club Friday evenin.
at her home which was attractively
decorated in the Christmas mot;f ;
During p'.zy coca colas and nuts j
were served and at the conclusion ;
of p:a visitors high prize went to j
Mrs. David Clifton of Raleigh anr! ;
Hub high to Miss Mamie Bethea. i
Traveiing award was held by Mrs j
Ralph Best, Jr. Mrs Moods seneci
assorted open faced sandwiches
candies and coffee.
3lb Cake $2.45 51b Cake $3.85
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saoatbs d dwgMer- of ilr arsd
Mr- Tom AJtem. retxraed i ber
home Fridy front the GobbboroJ
i HospitaL where she was a patient
' several days receiving treat
meat foQoving an acodeat last
week when she aceidesaily swai
!owed some tablets. Tiie tablets
were not poszoaoccs but the fact
that she ate such a quantity cairatd
tie. to become hysterica! ami ner
Mrs. Forrest Martin entertained
her ciub Thursday evening at ber
home Pyraesntha and nandina ber-
nes decorated tae imng room
inhere two tablets were in Dlav.
wunng piay coca ecus ana nuts
ere served and at the conclusion
Mn. Robert Le-vis received a plant
' iioider fur high core aid Mr?.
George Hopkins an ash tray for
second high. Jin. Martin served
a tempting chicken salad fw-c
, lr aRj q xjf pickett ai-
! ien()ed the wedding of his nwee,
; Mus Annie Mae W short 2nd Cordon
..fatthews st Cedar Fork church in
: DupHn County on Tuesday.
f Gerald Jones celebrated hii 1-ith
; birthday S?turttay with a piry an.i
j dance at the home of his par.jr.ts
; Mr and Mr?. R J Jones on Hill St.
j Festive ChrUtma? decra'.loris cn
; hanced the house arid ame.t and
contests were directed by Mis.;
Mary I.ee Jones.
fee eream. birthday cake, nuts
! and cookies were served the 35
j sutsts by Misses Mary I.ee Jones,
j Joyce Jones. Martha Anne Smith
' and Mary Elizabeth Packer.
The Bapti it WMU held their Dec.
meeting Monday afternoon at the
church with Mrr. F. J. Thomas
presiding. Mrs. Ira Ezzell, Jr. pro
gram chairman for the George Rol
lins Circle, read the devotiorials
and with the assistance of Mes
dames J. C. Brock, J. C. Powell and
B. W. Pickett, presented an inter-
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BAPTIST: Sunday School. 9:45 A
M Worship Service 11A.M. Christ
mas Vesper Service 5 P. M
Wednesday. Dec 22. 7:30 P. M.
Christmas tree, program by child
ren and special White Christnas
gifts for needy. Everyone bring
PRESBYTERIAN": Sunday School
10 A. M : Christmas Musical Pro
gram S P. M. candlelight service
directed by Mesdames Fred Baars
and J. T. Gresham. Jr.
Thursday. Dec. 23. Christmas
tree at 7 JO P. M.
METHODIST: Sunday School 10
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Bias Musical Program at 7:30 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jams Tay
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of a son. William James. Jr. on
Tuesday. Dec. 7. at Duke Hospital
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The KenansvUle PTA will meet
Monday night. Dec. 20 at 7 o'clock
in the Kenansville school. An in
teresting Christmas program has
beta planned under lht direction
ol Mrs. A T. Outlaw The public
is urged to attend.
The Ella Cooper Circle held its
annual Christinas Party at the home
of Mrs. Lauren Sharpe. CoHrful
hemes were used throughout. Car
rying out the season's colors. Miss
Dora Betty Dixon presided over the
business, at the conclusion of which
Mrs. Guthrie assisted by Mrs.
Stokes, ave a most interesting pro
gram. After the program gifts were
exchanged with Mrs. Amos Brin
son acting as St. Nick. Mrs. Tyn
dall assisted the hostess in serving
pound cake and lemonade.
Circle No. 1 met Monday after
neon with Mrs. Caroline Gavjn at
her home which was decorated in
an array of Christmas scenes. The
Bible Study was given by Mrs.
Ivy Bowden and Mrs. G. V. Good
ing gave the Survey. During the
social hoar the hostess served a
tempting sweet course with coffee
to the U present
Circle No. 2 met Monday even
ing with Mrs. Jack Sitterson whose
home was attractively decorated
for the holiday season. Mrs. Louise
Mitchell presided and gave the Bi
ble reading and Miss Margaret
Williams gave an interesting pro
gram on Characters of the Old
Testament A social hour was en
joyed at which time an-exchange
of gifts was enjoyed. The hostess
sarved fruit cake and whipped
cream with coffee.
Mrs. D. S. Williamson was hos
tess to the Kontract Klub Wednes
day evening with Mrs. P. J. Dobson
and Miss Mary Lee Sykes in ad
dition to the regular members. Her
home wa, attractively decomted
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Floyd & limnfe Stricf ifil,
for the holiday season. At the con
clusion of play Mrs. J. B. Wallace
won high score prize and cut prizt
for members and Miss Svks for
visitors. The hostess served a temp
ting sandwich course followed by
fruit jello. salted nuts and coffee.
On each plate was a novelty ear
Mrs. G. D. Bennett of Warsaw
was hostess Thursday afternoon to
the members of her club with all
members present. When scores
were totaled Miss Lula Hinson w
high scorer. The hostess, assisted
by Mrs. X. B. Boney, served tempt
ing Poinsetta salad, crackers and
coffee Plates carried out the Christ
Mrs. N. B. Boney made a business
trip to Camp Lejeune Friday.
Misses Shirley Tyndail and Theo
Hollingworth spent the week end
with Misses Jane and Janice Bostic
Mesdames Rudolph Hasty, C. B.
Guthrie and Miss Martha Pickett
shopped in inston Wednesday.
Misses Theresa Gooding and her
friend Miss Powell of Goldsb'.ro
attended the Eastern Star here on
Mesdames E. V. Vestal, W. M.
Brinson and G. V. Gooding shopped
in Kinst Thursday.
Mrs. A. T. Outlaw made a busi
ness trip to Clinton Tuesday.
The Girl Scouts held their regu
lar meeting Tuesday in the lodge
building. All meetings after Christ
mas will be held at the- school
building immediately after schol.
The annual Christmas Tree Party
will be held Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock in the home of Mrs. N. B.
Mrs. Leo Jackson entertained at
a pretty party recently honoring
her sister, Ms. Robert Hollings
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5nt Let D::ih
worth, on her birthday. Greenery,
berries, flowers and Santas were
used throughout the house making
a charming setting for bridge, rook
and rummy. When scores were com
piled Mrs. G. V. Gooding was given
ash trays for bridge high, Mrs. j.
L. Williams, plaques for rook and
Miss Dcra Betty Dixon, not paper
for rummy high. Coca colas and
nuts were enjoyed while playing ,
Mrs. J. O. Stokes was remember
ed with a corsage and hose at it
was her birthday also. The hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Guthrie, served a
delectable salad plate on which
were most attractive . Christmas
favors. Climax of the evening came
when Mrs. Hollingsworth was giv
en a lovely corsage as well as a
shower of gifts from her many
Jr. Music Recital
The Kenansville. Junior Music
Club gave a Studio Recital Tues
day morning at .ten o'clock. The
following program was given: .
Minuet - Bach; Country Garden!
and Distant Bells, Sarah Brown.
The Thunder, Mary Summerlln,
Sonatina and Soldiers March, by
Hungarian Christmas Carol and
Silent Night, Betty Ingram. -
Toccatina and Tango, Sally New
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