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, aaheortptfosi Axeat
CUD In Tour News
Mrs. Forrest Martin entertained
her flub Thursday evening at her
home which was attractively deco
rated With spring flowers. Cheezles
and coca colas were served during
play and at the conclusion' Jello,
cake and lemonade. Club high,
wast baskets, went to Mrs. M. K
Lassiter, visitors high, novelty va
ses, was won by Mrs. Arthur Cook,
novelty shoes, for low went to Mrs.
Carl Winders and Mrs. Belton Min
shew held a wooden salad bowl for
Penny Branch Club
' The Penny Branch HDC will hold
Its April meeting Wednesday, April
13, at 2:30 p.m. in the home of
Mrs, Y. L. Smith in Warsaw. The
regular program will be enjoyed
and all members are invited.
With The Sick
Friends of D. T. Chambers will
regret to learn that he is a patient
in James Walker Hospital.
Mrs. Humber Merritt has return
ed from a Fayetteville hospital.
Mrs. P. H. Lanier has returned
from the Goldsboro Hospital where
she underwent an operation last
week. She is getting along nicely.
The condition of Mrs. J. K. Wil
liamson, who has been quite ill,
remains the same.
Slight improvement is noted in
the condition of Frank McGowan.
who has been confined to his bed
.at his home near Kenansville.
Mrs. Harry Pridgen, who has
been ill at her home on W. Hill St.
continues to improve.
Ton on tone. ..and a panel of color :
takes off dowsMtst center back of thts ;,.$
, u one-piece dress that goes gaily through fhe ;.y
' " springtime and on Into summer. ' .; . ' '
Spun rayon Jn junjor'skei 11 to W'
, i $10.95,; : ; . ;iV.;;-li,
rthirCgnh King Mlonjtm 39.9S ' y - ' "
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MISS GERALDINI QUINN,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
ion Quinn of BeulaviUe, whose
engagement to , William Nell
Band of Clarksburg, W. Va, son
of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Band of
Richlands, is announced by her
parents. The wedding will take,
place in June. f V!
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Parker of
Bowden, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Ann Nell, to
William Sandlin Jackson of Wal
lace, son of J. W. Jackson and the
late Mrs. Rana Sandlin Jackson of
BeulaviUe. The wedding will take
place on June 5 in the Warsaw Bap
Mrs. Joyce Burton was hostess to
her bridge club Monday night en
tertaining in the home of her pa
rente Mr. and Mrs. O. S, Carroll
on Hill St. Lovely azaleas decorated
the living room -vhere two tebles
were in play. Mrs. Ralph Best, Jr.
received hot roll linen for scoring
high and Mrs. Robert Frederick
held an apron for traveling. Dur
ing progressions coca colas and che
ezies were served and at the con
clusion lemon pie with coffee."
The Duplin Chapter of the Busi
ness and Professional Weman's
Club experienced their first bit of
entertainment last Wednesday ev
ening when they sponsored a Fash
ion Show in the Warsaw High
ScTftSol auditorium. : , ;: ?,
i The show, for public interest, in
helping to. secure a toy band for
the Warsaw Grammar School, was
an overwhelming success Approxi
mately sixty models, modeling the
very latest in sports, beach, after
noon, cottons and evening apparel
and hair styles, paraded down the
aisles and .across, the stage to the
announcements and descriptions by
John Sikes, master of ceremonies,
announcer of radio station WRltZ.
He was introduced by Judge R. L.
West Between groupings special
entertainment was presented by
Mrs. Audrey Alphin Butler and her
Rythmn Class of B. F. Grady. The
elaborate costumes andruniq' e tea
chings were of special Interest and
enjoyment. The Sporting Tones",
sometimes four, five or six, presen
ted several selections among them
depiciting "Old Black Joe" and
"Shortenin' Bread" each done in
costume and blackface.
The planning committee and BP
&W wishes to thank all the cooper
ating firms, A. Brooks, Dept. Store,
Williford's Dept. Store, Stricklamls
Dept. Store, Katz Dept. Stpre, Mac's
Beauty Shop, Curlwell Beauty Shop
and Hobbs Beauty Salon for mak
ing the costumes and hair styles
possible. Al appreciations to War
saw Furniture Co. for furnishings
and to the Clinton .Floral Co. f
floral arrangements and decprat
ions; and to all individuals who as
sisted in any manner. .
Mis Nell Bruchhaus. chairman
of the Fashion Show is to be highlyj
commended, along with the com
mittee for so successfully staging
the show. . .
Attend B&PW Meet
Mrs. Robert L. West, president
of the Duplin Chapter B&PWC,
Me; lames D. L. Carlton, Juliette
Highsmith, Dougal McNeill, Frank
Hobbs and Miss Mary Alice Black
more attended the luncheon meet
tag of the Sixth District B&PW
t.t the Goldsboro Hotel, Gpldsbor
Sunday, April 3. s
Warsaw, H. C.
SUN. - MON. April 10-11 j
With Claudette Colbert, l
And Fred MacMurray.
TUESDAY, April 12
(TECHNICOLOR) ; '
With Pat O'Brien, ;
And Dean Stockwell. .
WEEDNESDAY, April 13 .
DOUBLE FEATURE v
. Station West
With Dick Powell. ;
West Of Laramie
THURS. - FRL April 14-15
: The Man From
With Glenn Ford, r
And William llolden.
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SATURDAY, AprU 1 f ,' -t
IM 01 The Lash
With Lash Laltue. 1
Mrs. Milford Quinn was hostess
to her bridge club Wednesday ev
ettlng at her home with two tables
In play Arrangements , of 'Azaleas
and. African violets decorated the
home and during play, coca colas
and potato sticks were served. Mrs.
George Clarke received a crystal
vase for club high and Mrs. Her
man Hollingsworth a similar giu
for visitors. Mrs. Y. L. Smith re
ceived low award, a miniature
coffee set, and traveling was held
by Mrs. Lewis Mullen. Mrs. Quinn
served pecan pie, coffee and deco
rative faster Eggs. ",
The Phllathea Class met Thurs
day night in the home of Mrs. H. C.
McCullen with joint hostesses Mes
dames J. P. Harmon and Fred Re
velle. Approximately 25 were pres
ent with their presiden, Mrs. A. L.
Humphrey presiding. Miss Mary
Hester Powell read the devotionals.
Following business the hostesses
served assorted sandwiches, date
bars and hot tea. . '
Sunday, April 10, has been set
aside by the-Warsaw Baptists for
the purpose of donating special
offerings to the Baptist Fund for a
new baptistry to be installed in the
Miss' Lois M. Godbold of Nor
folk, Va. spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V
Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick
had as their Sunday guests their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Frederick and children, of Kinstou
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kornegay
and son of Goldsboro.
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Strickland,
Mi. aid Mrs B. D. Miashew, and
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brown visit
ed the Azalea Gardens in WU1
Mrs M. V. Orr and Mrs W. E.
Currie attended. the-Azalea Festi
val in Wilmington Saturday . .
Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe shop
ped in Richmond,' Va. met the"
week end. .
Miss Margery Thomas was home
from Goldsboro for the week end
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.F. J.
Mrs. O. H. Best has been with
her brother, Frank McGowan at
his home near Kenansville lor sev
eral davs. Mr. McGowen is improv
ing after having been confined to
his home for sometime.
Dr. J. W. Strauehan returned
Saturday from Greensboro, where
he visited his sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Strickland
have moved to Carolina Beach. '
Mrs.- W. A. Carter left Monday
to visit her sisters. Miss Hayes in
Roxboro and Miss Gentrey in Vir
gilina, Va. .
Miss Aletha . Fant has returned
to Hickory, where she is a mem
ber of Lenoir Rhyan faculty, after
recuperating in the home of her
parents.Mr. and Mrs.Cortez Black
more. - ,
Mr. and Mrs. G." S. Best took
their daughter, Rebecca, back to
Wake Forest. College Sunday and
returned by . Henderson to visit
Rev. and Mrs. Gilmer Beck.former
residents of Warsaw.
. Mrs. F. J. Thomas and Mrs. W.
J. Middlcton visited the azalea gar
dens in Wilmington, Thursday.
Mrs. Bill Venn and son .visited
relatives in Clinton Sunday.
' Mr., and Mrs. L. E. Mullen and
daughter visited reletatives" in New
Bern over the week end. .
Edgar Pollock visited his brothers
Stanley and James Pollock in Lin
colnton last week end.
R, F. Wadkins spent the week
end in Charlotte. . ,. . "
Mr. and Mi's. George Penney bad
as week end guests Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. ; Green of Raleigh, parenU of
Mrs. Penney. They yislted Can.p
Lejeune Sunday. -
Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Blackmore
Land daughters, of Burgaw visited
their parents Mr. and Mrs. cortex
Blackmore Sunday. -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morton of Rich
mond, Va. spent the week end here
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Farrior and aunt, Mrs. E. J. Hill.
Tho Friendly Home Demonstra
tion Club held its regular meeting
April 1 in the home of' Mrs. Ira
Whitman with President Mrs. R. V.
Phillips presiding. The roll call
showed 20 members present In
the absence of Miss Hilda Clontz,
Home Agent, Mrs. W. D. House
gave s demonstration on Family
Life which was er'yed by all. Ats,
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represented with 17 members."
, Refreshment of chicken salad,
sandwiches, cookies and cakes were
served. :v..;;;',ic j 'v-'V
The next meeting will be held
in the home of Mrs. Fred Revef.e
on May 6th at 3 p.ra.i . . - '
, Mrs. 'J. T. Gresbem entertained
her clubs Thursday afternoon at
her home on Pine St, Two tables
were in play among a profusion of
dogwood and peach blossoms, Dur
lng play coca colas and toasted pe
cans were served and at the con
clusion cocanut- cake and coffee.
The Easter motif was carried out
in decorations and refreshments.
High score, a shag rug, went to Mrs.
Bill Sheffield and traveling award
a dainty powder puff, tp Mrs. J.
F. Strickland...: i,--h', C-'J " ' '
Circles Meet ; h
Presbyterian ' ;!;' !
Circle No. 1 met Monday even
ing in the home of Mrs. S. K. Hlnes
With her ' daughters, Mrs. W. P.
Rrldsers and Mrs. J. E. Willlims,
joint. hostesses; 18 were present
and Mrs. B. C Sheffield, r, was
in the chair and led the devotionals.
A business meeting followed and
the hostesses served sandwiches,
cookies and Russian tea, , n ,
Circle No. 2 met Monday after
noon in the home of the chairman
Mrs. Walker Stevens with 10 pres
ent. Mrs. Stevens read a brief de
votional after, which plans were
made for the new Business year,
rhirins the-social hour the hostess
served theeries, candy and coca
Circle No. 3 met Monday after
nnnn n the home of Mrs. John
Best with 14 present and the new
chairman Mrs. Bill snenieio pre
tMinff She also read the devotion
al. Following a business meeting
the hostess served sanawices,
cakes and coca colas. .
The Rubv Daniels Circle was en
tertained Monday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. L."H. Brown with
Miss JBetty Loftin presiding and
reading the devotionals. 7 were
nresent and Mrs. G. Van Stephens
concluded the mission study.: The
hostess served cheese wafers, pota
to chips, cookies and fruit, punch.
Novelty Easter Bunnies decorated
the plates. ' i- ' '
The Rosa Hocutf Powett- Circle
met Mondaj' afternoon in the home
of Mrs. George i Bennett with ,12
present ond Mrs; Js W Straughan
presiding. Mrs. Allen Draughon
read the devotional after, which
mn n A. Mitchell presented the
tithing chapter in the mission study.;
Following business tne nosiess ser
ved a frozen salad course, suggest
ive of the Haster motif, with coffee.
The neorce Rollins Circle met.
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph
Jones with 10 present ana mrs. a.
m motet nresidinc and reading
the devotionaL Mrs. Myra Carlton
Uught the mission stuay ana a
inuiv handkerchief ' shower was
presented Mrs. J. C. "''PnwelL Mrs.
Jones served sanawicnes, touuh
I Hereby - Announce
, ' My Candidacy Foi
in the coming May election
I have the time te give' te. the
paople of Warsaw and pledge to
give the time necessary and to
give my wholehearted efforts to
serve everyone alike to put for
ward a progressive program, that
will help out town to grow and
develop. ' ' ,
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My experience in business 'has
been-long ajid varied and I will
do my best to hold expenses down
and spend our money to the very
best Interest of all
1 was second high man twe years
Your vote and support will be
1 : -
; f r f Your friend, .
' v. e.'C!:::;e
"Down witn ate-
Uters and little
too.". - ;
' to leave the room
when his friends
, propose public
housing. . '
; He knows offi
cial ".reports show it costs $7.
more. a. month to keep a family
in a public housingunit than iti
costs to rent an average private
ly owned apartment or house in
this country fpr : that same
' Why not, says Sylvester, you
cant add-the payrolls for 17,000.
government housing'agency em
ployees: to construction costs
and get atheaper house. .,
' The Katie Murray Circle met on
Monday 'evening at Bowden with
Mrs. H. A. Parker and Mrs. Maurice
Jordan. Mrs. L. O. Williams pre-
Med with 10 present Mrs. Doris
Peeler presented the program af
ter which 'the hostess served chee
zles, cookies and spiced grape juice.
Easter eggs were, on the plates to
carry out the aeasonal motif.
The Annie Kate' Powell Circle
met Monday night in the home of
Mrs. Paul Britt with y Mesdames
George Clarke and Arthur Cook
Joint hostesses and 19 present. Mrs.
A. L. Humphrey presided and Mrs
Clarke read the devotionals ar.d
gave the program with the asshv
tance of Mesdames E, J. Hill, Mo-
man Barr, Bill Vann, and Miss Mary
Hester Powell. Mrs. F. J. Thomas
WMU president, was present and
told about the Associational meet
ing in Magnolia Thursday, April 7
and stressed the need for old
clothes to be boxed for World Re
lief. The hostesses served rainbow
cake, salted nuts, Easter eggs and
AFPJL 20 - 21
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Mrs. Vance Sails ,
For Germany L V
' Mrs. Dixie W. Vance left lat ;- .
week for Ft. Hamilton, N. J, She ,
sailed April 4th for Erdlng. Germ
any t join her husband, MSgt..
Maurice B. -Vance, who is station-,
ed 4n the southern part of German '
near the Swiss border. -. - "
I' - Mrs. Vance served as a WAVE,
Lin World War: II and received her ' v
' training in Hunters College, N. X.
Millegeville, Ga., and Stillwater, -
Okla. After the war sne was cm
ployed in the VA Dept. in Washing
ton, D. C. Mrs. Vance is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. B H. Wigg? of
Warsaw Furniture Co. :
WARSAW, n. c.
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