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0 / 75
Call La Your New
tflt her bridge slut) Friday evenjng
a.t h.er hoBo In Bowden Flowering
qnWje, jrrvallU4 and briaib, (4
spring decorated the Uvlng room
where two tables were In play.
During progressions coca colu
wart servsd and at the eonclusicin
high tcora award, an antique salt
box with growing plant was presen
ted Mrs. Jack Jones of Fayettevllle.
Traveling award, candy, went to
Mrs. Mitchell Britt. The hostess
served dainty hor'vdors and hot
spiced grape juice.
i : " ' : : . .l The James Kenan Chapter, UDC
Mrs. Maurice Jordan was hostess held their January meeting Thurv-
day. the 21st tt the home of the
president Mrs,- R. L Wt w.th
Jain ' hostesses Mesdames C, A.
Wcjnack, O. F. Prldgan and Stacy
Britt 1ft were present
.Mrs. Wast opened the meeting
with "America" followed b the
ritual and flag' salutes." Minutes
were read and approved and Mrs.
L. B. Hule, Treasurer,, gave her fi
Mrs. West read a letter, from the
Division President Mrs. Q. Gregory
and Mrs. C. F. Carroll, Recorder of
Crosses, read a letter from Mrs.
Ross, Division Recorder of Crosses,
outlining the bestowal of crosses of
. A report was made of the radio
program over WRRZ on Jan. 19
when Miss Mary Alice' Blackmore
read a most interestine oaDer on
Gen. Robert E. Lee, commemorate
ing his birthday.
An interesting program was pre
sented by Miss Blackmore, who re
read her paper on Lee; Mrs. Fred
Baars, discussing Com. Matthew
Fontain Maurey and Mrs. L. 8
Whittle, discussing "Stonewall"
Jackson. Following her talk she pre
sented each member a miniature
"soldier in gray."
Mrs. H. Li. Stevens, Jr. read a
list of the C of C awards for essays
and an effort will be made to Im
press this contest among the high
school students of Warsaw. Not only
would the students profit by writing
the essay, but the prizes are most
The hostesses served a congealed
salad course with coffee.
THANKS A LOT!
WE ARE VERY APRPECIATIVE OF OUR MANY,
MANY FRIENDS' PATRONAGE THROUGH THE YEAR
1948, OF WHICH HAS MADE OUR BUSINESS AS A MER
CHANT VERY SATISFACTORY. IT HAS BEEN A PLEAS-
UEE TO SERVE YOU AND WE REQUEST YOU REMEM"
BBR US IN THE FUTURE, WHEN YOU NEED GROCERIES,
GAS, ETC. TOO
s ' AT MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT, HAVE A COKE.
T Mr. and Mrs-Roy Kennedy
OPERATORS OF THE C. R. MERCER STORE
tf v. , AT CABIN
The Mary Herring Circle of the
BMU, met Wedneslay of last week
in the church. Mrs. Paul Britt pre
sided and Mrs. Robert Blackmore
presented the devotionals and pre
sented the foreign mission book.
This was the second meeting of the
Girl Scout Parly
The Warsaw Girl Scouts enjoyed
an informal party in the Legion
Hut at which each scout was per
mitted to invite one guest. About
35 teenagers were present. The
lounge was attractive in green and
yellow scout colors. Baloens fell
from chandeliers and center of the
room and the mantle was banked
with ivy and pyracantha,
Leader Mr Rbert 'IT .hht "ahd
Mrs. Qiarrit twiilrX"! 'UaSChli
assisted is bperotOaff.'&ncladi&g
we evening Mrs. Matthlk amagd
attractive platero aandwicts. h-
tteAAda cookies end shcenr liJewits
mssdiius3(Uu war tttyW bft
mothers of the acoUtt - - .
Mr.- asXSirat RMrtrBlaekmore
were deliahtful. beet -Friday su
ing when they entertained akrid
at their- home near Warsaw. Lovely
arraagementS'6 early prin low-1
era were us4 1n. profusion toUhe-
rooms wherefoua .tables were -
play.. High' score award -weat-ie
Mrs. Paul Berry and Avon- Stare
and second highs to Mra.r Avon
Sharp and Wilbur Garner Mrs.
Blackmore served a teaptlag 4iad
course with cheese biscuits, plskled
pears, pecan rolls and coff ev
Mrs. Belton Minshew was hoitew
to her club and additional guests
Thursday evening with three tables
in play at her home on College St
Pyracanth and ivy were used for
decoration. During progressions
mints, nuts and coca colas were
served and at the conclusion score
swardsy demitasse cup and saucer,
to Mrs. Tom Aiken, club high and
a table cloth to Mrs.-V. A. Standi
for visitors: Second high, novelty
vases, went to Mrs. Forest Martin
and Mrs. Emmerson Jones. Mrs. L.
R. Albertson held traveling, a salt
and pepper .holder.' An appropriate
shower of gifts was presented to
Mrs. Forrest Martin in a very uni
que manner. The hostess served
tempting chicken salad with coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown in the Mrs. Ed Grady continues on ne
bona of Mr. and Mrs.' A. J. Strict-, tick list
land,' who had as Sunday guests! tn& Mrs. D. H. uuuaw ami
Mil and Mrs. F. H. Darnell of New ! Miss Danny Sue of Mt. Olive visited
Bern. relative here Sunday.
ft ALT. map mn.
L. B. Qutfow and family of S"
en Springs and Mrs. M. W. Sim-'
mons of Goldsboro were visitors at
church services Sunday, ; ,. v
soa wsr SUnday guests' of Mrs. c;
L,-Roatw afTus Raaforo. .
7 Mr-'' and. ' Mr. Graham Phillips
and fanny moved -Into their .new
home on Plank Rd. . ' , v
I Mis Ann Nell Parker left Sun
day for New York City where abe
U spending thwkvi
, Mr. and M Sea Cooper of -Cha-pe)r
Hill were week end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Strickland. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allan, JrJ. of
Wilmington 'pent the- week - end
with their parenta her.-
Mrs. Edwin Sheffield delightfully
entertained her club - and aeveral
additional guests Thursday after
noon of last week ivMh thrM tahle
Gmes and cont:?ts were led py I in play Early Jonquils and forcythia
scores were tallid Mrs. Ed Hlhcs
received a novelty kitchen gift tor
Ciuto high and Mrs. Robert Frede
rick was presented hot plate mitts
tor Visitors high. Traveling award
b-th cloths, went to Mrs. Glenn
Brown. Mrs. Sheffield served dainty
sandwiches, lady fingers and eeffee.
The Young People of the Meth
odist Church at '.Charity will ob
serve Youth Week January SO thru
1 The purpose of Youth Week is
to stir up interest and renew en
thusiasm in the young people of
'' The public is cordially invited
to attend all services during that
The following activities have
Sundey, Jan. 30 -Speaker, Rev.
C. K. Gentry of Wilmington;
t Monday, Jan. 31 Bible Quiz. In
vitations have been extended to
Chinquapin, Wallace, Rose Hill, and
Kenansville to take part.
. Tuesday, Feb. 1 - Study of the
Book of Mark;
Wednesday, Feb. 2 - Afternoon;
Home visitation by young people;
Evening Reports on visitation;
Children's Bible Group Program;
Reading of Essays written by young
The hour of service is 7:30 p.m.
RR YEARS. I
uyi sms gaHsYlsV
In a recent ten of hundred! ot people who
only Camels for 30 dayf, noted throat specialises, .
making weekly examiostious, reported .
NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT IRRITATION
due to smoking CAMELS
ns ani Spins and never moves?
'A top your children will tell you. But so
s a jenny in a cotton mill, of course!
' i hundreds of threads are spun, the spin
s move faster than the eye can tee, but
; machine itself stands stilL This, and
' " . er operations in a cotton mill, take
r-lots of it Tide Water is proud of
: iidustrial customers like this cotton
I They add a lot to the well-being
and prosperity of the whole community!
In fact, Tide Water stands ready to help
any organization in Southeastern North
Carolina to persuade pew industry to move
here. The more industry, the more money '
in circulation, the more jobs, the mora de
mand for the products of bur other fac
tories and farms -in short; the better and
more prosperous our community! -
r t as it does for its domestic and farmtustomenLTide Water seeks always
7 r ' ve the best service possible to its Industrial customers. We have reason
' ' : tUt our reputation for good service and reasonable rates has been '
17 A T E R POWER C O M P A N Y
The Phllathea Class of the Baptist
Sunday School held Its meeting -on
Thursdiy evening in the home of
Mrs. Bill Vann rear Warsaw, with
Mrs. R. M. Herring as Joint host.
Twenty were present. Mrs. A. I
Humphrey, newly elected presMeat.
was in the chair and Miss Annie
Kate Powell, secty-tree. read the
officers for the year as.foUowas-
lst vice-prea. Mrs. J. P. Harmon:
2nd vice-pres. Mrs. Kenneth Fus
seU; 3rd vice-prea. Mrs. Mllford
Qulnn; Social Service Conunitt- e,
Mesdames L. O. WUllams. and J. A.
Porter. After business an eniovable
hour followed with games and eon-"
tests led by Mrs. Qulnn and the
j hostesses served dcUclous straw
berry shortcake. "
Of Rose Hill Dies
William C. "Billy" Cavenaugh,
so, oi Rose Hill died Thursday night
of last week in' the - Jsnu- wlir
HospiUl, Wilmington, after- a few
nours oi serious illness and - de
clining health for several months.
Funeral services were held at the
graveside in the family cemetery
Saturday taarsoss-' at 3 o'clock,
near ChinaoaDin trv the . Rev i n
vey, pastor of. UM'Preabyterian
vnurcn in Chinquapin.
He la survived by four sisters,
Mrs. Lemuel Brtnson of WHmmt
ton, Mrs. Harry Payton of Denver.
Col., Mrs. Mary Castro of San Ped
ro. CaL. Un FrmAim. Miaij
Hampton, Vs.; two brothers, Torn
lavenauffB ot Mt. laotrtt.. cei mm-
Wllbert Cavenaugh o SUiuustvtOevf
The Young People's Group, will
lead the 5th Sunday Worshop Ser
vice. All are invited to attend.
L. W. Outlaw; Duplin Represent
ative, returned to Raleigh Monday
mother, Mrs. Leona Outlaw at the
following 'the week end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Doby and
baby of Wake Forest visited her!
Mrs. Jesse Outlaw and Jesse, Jr.
were recent visitors with Mrs. Bar
bie Whitfield at Carolina Beach.
Mrs. Nora Malpass, Kenneth and
Donald, and Mrs. W. DPate and
Miss Dessie Pate visited Mrs. Gur.
ney Pate in Courtland, Va. Sunday.
Miss Pauline Outlaw spent the
week end at her home here.
Miss Dorothy Outlaw spent the
week end with her parents Berev
. Mrs. Eric Berger, Mrs. B. F. Out
law, Misses Rachel and Lucy Out
law attended the concert in Golds
boro Thursday evening.
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Mrs. J. Ifill and It. isi Un
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Csrter of Sal
isbury sad Mr. and Mrs. W, D.
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WHEN FACED WITH DRIVING PROBLEMS . . 7
f viui vxcynovuius
Don't let driving strain and traffic troubles bother yott
go with Greyhound and relax Ifs so easy to choose
a convenient schedule and take an easy-riding, pleasant
ly-warmed Greyhound Super- Coach, . Whether you're
-goingon a vacation, on m business trip, paying a visit to
friends, commuting every day to your work, or just
going on a short shopping tripyou'll find it's always
asyi going when, you go Greyhound, With an experi
enced, careful ; Gieyfcous4 driver behind the wheel,
there's ao need at all "to drive yourself." ; 2
' BUS STATION, Warsaw ; ,
Ton'r frM (ram wMlMBd
and rush-hour tnfflc WiMltH
hsa jou go Orarsgiiadi
j ' ' - WMMir mi""' . :
Downtown Orsrybound tta '
tiona ootTFsmlsmt hd
quartrt for nation -wid
tfeTVll Wad illfonilartsOli
t Qrayhound la your 'otlr
car", whan th immMy car
U BMdwI. You'll am man.
7 ... SO oa runTiiiliut
Mr. and Mra. S.Ll.vraww M
Kinston for the week rtl with hw
mother, Mrs. WI D,r'.:v. k;
Mrs. H. J. Tl t-rl--mr
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