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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1949
w l w Miia -0 Every
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U. McCullen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
McCullen, Sr., Mrs. C. C. Spivey
and Mrs. Hebron Warren all of Clin
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strickland
and daughter, Jana Mane.
Varsavr High Presents
"Annabelle Steps In"
Miss Joyce Stancil Weds
Linwood Brown In Hopewell
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J- ' ' ; " 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Holland
Celebrate Their 40th Anniversary
Mr.4 hd "Mrs.' J. G. Hollander
Falson, celebrated their 40lh wed
ding anniversary Thursday after
noon, Jan. 20th, at their home Mrs.
Holland is the former Etta Eliza
beth Herring D Mount Olive.
' Four of the" original wedding
guests attended the reception. They
were Mr. and Mrs. J J. M. Holland,
Mrs. Henry Wilson of Mount Olive.
T1...1 SV.l.Mn nt Mice Vnnnto Dllt.
law of Seven Springs.
Miss -Betty Jean King ; greeted
guests at the front door, and intro
duced them to the bride and groom
after which they were asked to
register, where Miss Rachel Divis
presided. Miss1 Iris Holland directed
guests to the dining room where
Mrs. Owen Sutton and Mrs. Hussell
Holland Served punch. Mrs. Paul
King and Mrs. Arnold Davis served
individual cakes decorated in ruby
red, mints and nuts.
Approximately fifty guests call
ed during the afternoon.
Henry West, Jr. was home last
week from Wake Forest College.
Mesdames Allen Draughon, IT. A.
Mitchell, R. E. L. Wheless and
Kathleen Snyder accompanied L. S.
Whittle to Richmond, Va. Saturday.
L - Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barden of
Bogue are in town this week.
Mrs. A. Brooks has returned from
New York where she has been buy
ing spring merchandise for the A.
Brooks Department Store
Mr and Mrs A J Jenkins and Mrs
R E Wall have returned from Wash
ington, D C where they spent sev
Mr and Mrs James Carter of
Brunswick, Ga. were week end
guests of his mother Mrs. W. A.
Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Avon
Sharpe. Mrs. Carter accompanied
them home for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs.-L. R. Albertson and
son Jerry and Sgt. and Mrs, Rouclie
and daughter Shelia of Warsaw at
tended the family dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Slokley Bos
tic In Beulaville Sunday.
Dr. and ' Mrs. J. W. Straughan
returned Sunday from Greensboro
where they visited his sisters Misses
Alice, Mattie and Mable Straughan.
Mrs. Fred Gaylor attended the
funeral of J. T. Harrell in Burgaw
last Tuesday. Mr. Harrell, father of
Mrs. Fred Gaylor, Jr. of Wilming
ton, died suddenly at his home the
preceding Saturday night.
Dr. and Mrs. Gingrich have mov
ed from Warsaw to Michigan where
he will continue his medical edu
cation. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hufham are
residing in the Russ Apartments.
Mr. Hufham is with Wells-Oates
Lumber Co. in Kenansville.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H7 Freeman and
daughter Cynthia of Durham visit
ed Rev. and Mrs. G. Van Stephens
Saturday. Little Beverly Jo return
ed home with them.
The Junior Class- of the Warsaw
High School presented their aflhoal
Leslie Brown, with the Wilming
ton Star News, visited his parents
over the week end.
Miss Sarah Gaylor and roommate
Miss Faye Wilkins, High Point col
lege, visited Miss Gaylor's parents
from Thursday til Sunday.
Miss Mae Brock .of WCUNC was
home for the week end. - '
Guests of The Fred Gaylors on
Sunday were their son Bobby, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Wellons of Micro,
and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wellcns i
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Garner and
guest Mrs. Clyde Hester of Creed
more are visiting Mrs. Bill Patter
son and family in Mt. Olive.
. Mesdames Hector McNeil, Clyde
Surratt, and L. H. Brown recently
attended the furniture show in High
Mrs. Lawton Albertson was hos
tess Friday evening to her bridge
club and several additional guests
at three tables among a setting of
pink camellias and candles. Club
high, two plaques, went to Miss
Nora Blackmore and visitors high,
dish towels, went to Mrs. Herman
Hollinesworth. Mrs. Frank Hobbs
held traveling prize, ash trays. Af
ter several progressions the hostess
served delicious Valentine cake and
Mr. and Mrs. Moman Barr of War
saw, announce the birth of a son,
Momon Hoke Barr, II, on Wednes
day, Jan. 26, 1949, Goldsboro Hos
pital. Mrs. Barr is the former Miss
Florence Moore of Warsaw.
Class' Play "Anabelle Steps In",
a hilarious two act comedy, on Fri
day evening at the high school. Di
rected by Miss Helen Brown the
characters were portrayed by Jean
Miller, Joe West, Billy Wiggs, Anne
Huie; Betty West, J. B. Jerritt
James Drew, Evelyn Davis, Phylis:;
Whitfield, Oliver Jones and Wanda
Moore. Assisting between acts were
K. Buney, who presented his im
personation pf "Life Gets Tedious",
in a most remarkeble manner. Spir
ituals were sung by a quintette com
posed of George Best, Thomas Rog
ers, Bobby Porter, K. Bundy and
Joe West. These were thoroughly
enjoyed by the audience.
Mrs. Wilbur Garner was a delight
ful hostess Wednesday afternoon
when she entertained her club in
the Bowden apartments. Spring
flowers and potted plants decorated
the home and two tables were in
play. Upon arrival guests found
their places by means of attractive
Valentine place cards and were
served delicious Japanese fruit cake
and coffee. After several progress
ions Mrs. Allen Draughon received,
a cake and cheese slicing set for
high score and Mrs. L. S. Whittle
for second high was presented a nov
Mrs. Brown Hostess
Mrs. Glenn Brown was hostess
to her bridge club Tuesday evening
at her home on Pollock St. which
was attractively decorated with ca
mellias and flowering quince. High
score for the evening went to Mrs.
Mitchell Britt, who received an ap-
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Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Strickland
were delightful hosts Sunday, when
they entertained with a family din
ner party at their home on Hill St.
Mrand Mrs, Strickland are moving
In the near future to their new
home in Dunn.'i-t f
Throughout the home 'were early
arrangements of early spring flow-
Thna nnlnvlric th dav with
the Strickland were - the- Strick
land and little-daughter, Waynona
Jane, Mr. and Mrs." J. M. 'Weel.s.
parents of Mrs! Strickland, Mr. and
Mrs. H, C. Bunch, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
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Miss Joyce Stancil, daughter o!
Mrs. M. H. Elmore of 245 South
14th Ave. and Linwood Brown, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alvah L. Brown of
Mangolia were married on Saturday
at 3:00 p.m. in the home of Rev.
L. C. Synan, pastor of the Pentecos
tal Holiness Church, Hopewell, Va.
The .bride chose as her costume
an aqua crepe dress with blade ac
cessories and her flowers were gar
denias. Mrs. W; P. Stancil was matron of
honor and was attired in a blue
crepe dress with black accessories.
Mr. Stancil had as best man, Mr.
W. P. Stancil.
The ceremony was witnessed by
close friends and the immediate
family. After a honeymoon trip to
North Carolina the couple will be
ron and bingo award, a box of
cheese biscuits, was held by Mrs.
Dick Kerr. Upon arrival the guests
were served hot chocolate and nuts
and after play a tempting pineapple
and cherry salad course with a cam
ellia on each plate was served.
at home at 245 So. 14th Ave, in
Mrs. George Hopkins entertaain
ed her club Thursday evening at
her home on College St. Two tables
were in play and potted plants dec
orated the house. Mrs. M. B. Las
siter was presented high score for
the club a vase, and visitors high
went to Mrs. Emmerson Jones, who
received a plant pot. Second high,
a pitcher, went to Mrs. Belton Min
shew and Mrs. Herman Hollings
worth held traveling prize, novelty
pots. During progressions nuts ar.d
coca colas were served and at the
conclusion a strawberry shortcake
course with coffee was served.
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