KENANS VILLE, NORTH CAROLINA ii '11 saw- News B&PW Meets The Duplin night at clwim Follov. inr! Sir Wet c.'.' 1 I'd t: K VAV met Mond:: ::i Mttchhiers Cafe el .fi. AlJlK! 1' r :iutina '10 order and Mr.- t C ,rlton led a contest. Dir-ine: husiiifss ofi.cers for the tnsuitr: year ere elected' Pvcs. Mr;-. .Vulie TN-lre... Harmon; 1st v-irr cs. ' ' 1 1 : 'livwVm Holland, Kenaiiswl'. VK Prs. Mrs. C'lco I! i1 bi; Recording Sect.v,.-N!rs. .Mildici Winder1! I'i-ujimiding Srn.i. .. "T y.- Blnokinor Trcas. Mrs, Dorcas Rogere. "Reports ei riauding eoaiinitiees were given .mil im Cnrr.' Tri -i.-unen't reptrt cd a ! (irate Vann ol the Cour.t; V'v'S. 1 e'Dor?. Vas Vel c onier) gt a :('- inemtrer. . . Couple Honored Mr.-: ta.!-,c;l tueir r. "orvii'l in War Divine -J he Mr.-. h,i;i -veliiii Br.iwr. ret :;i Deliri veil n-1 p. 1 1 . : .Hid Wall ent;r 4 honoring .Mr.-. John returned I'..-trie. Mrs. 1: -s Donna : ..tli-act- e laldes '.i the ov ojng to (;)rnn . .e(t 111 were sc rarity y M Mrs, ed hi'r il.-i at him'1 Three a lovely .-'. ' ; Mrs. ire rlien '-'-i- --Mi.- c. V';' for .'travoVr presented V si .tor, M; - -elect of .Tim wljo v.-il! r of Greer ' also Mr-. .' biidd. A heavenly ved. ,'ri mi- !-LK',tS esiiay, 11110112 lehr ha-.-!i I.M !); tllllila; : iet . 1 eak 0:1 W-.-Iletlor id-vrrhioi - .ie-dia r. t.i her ke.-, I.nclc le Vui re. : ii.wi, .1.-. . .lay 22. !e. recent ceirse of was .ser- Hostess h Mrs. Ihuersoi Friday for iVttl teas to her r':a Tuesday L'co.:n ly decorated ap; were in play wi to Mrs.' Bel! on ,io. V . : r.i .he 1 1 mem . h In -li Mnjshc v: thev .ittr. rur.r ,e. ilobert Levi; ti-.yi Lewis Muilctt who al senteti an atipropri.ih; t;n. hos tile:;!., ctive-lable-'toiiu Mi . Mr I'l' . T!le Presents Pupils M-ss Nell Bruchaus presented her iiano pupils in a recital Friday ivening at eight-thirty o'clock in the auditorium of the Warsaw B.ip tist Church. Mass arrangements of mixed spring flowers decorated either side of the altar and each of the thirty children displayed ex cellenl rendition and showed ma., ked training. Tne program was as follows: 'Tattle Tali", Sue Whittle; "Pon ies , Betty IJntt: ' The Cello", Jer ry Joiner; "March of the Wee Folks Jimmy West; "Little Bo-Peep", Evangeline Blackburn; "The Elep hant".. Jackie Fussell; "The Mech anical Man", Larry McCullen; "The Happy Farmer', Lynn-Veach; 'The Bogey Man". Drew Grice; "In the Rain", Lewellyn Langston; "Jin- ticksah Buy'. Joyce Whittle; "The Swan On Ihc Moonlit Lake", Eddie Brill; Little Sambo', Katherine Ai derson: "Circus Clowns", Jo m Steed; "My Fi'st Circus", Thelma Jenkins I heme From A Minor Concerto". Peggy Torrans; "Spinn ing Sons". George West; "Air (? Ballet". i-:ii7abelh West; "Cossacks" Paty Kerneaay: "Dean Barque", Belly lilaiieliard: "Curious Story", Thelm 1 Sivin.-on: "Carnival Dan cers', jlcity Phillips; "Neapolitan D.i.iee' Ane;t" Bevette "Fur Elise' r; h'- V ii s. Rondo" Juliana Jen 1 -it . ".1, ie-;y of the Deep", Shir ley Blanc hard; "Hustle of Spring"; lie'ly Vc:.l: lihapsody in O Major", Joe YVcsi. and "Ballade", Mary 1'llis We.-t. Hymn Contest Tin- Kenansville Order of Eastern Star -pon ed a hymn playing con test in 1 he W.irsaw schoa! among tl:e j.Uiiso I'upiis Monday May 9 at " :io p.m. in the Warsaw Baptist Hiii'iii I.m pupils of Mrs. J. E. Viili,,,m. and Miss Nell Bruchhaus 1 -anii ipalvd and first prize, $5 went In Hilly Wigg.s; second prize, $3 to Mary Eilis West; and third $2 10 Miss Anne Huie. The ehiloieii .ere finite enthisiastic in inr iimte ' end it is hoped that this illi cit create more and better hymn pla.'iug. Branch club house at 2:30 begin ning June 2nd. After reports of project leaders Miss Alta Lawson gave a demon stration on "Three Meals That Measure Up." During the recreation hour mem bers scored themselves on a series of statements relating to "How Old Arc YouV" and an interesting con test held with prizes going to Miss Lawson and Mrs. J. B. Torrans. A delightful salad course with coffee was served by the hostesses, Mes- dames R. M. Herring and Jack Sausone. Gavin - Thomas Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Thomas, Sr of Rose Hill announce the marriage1 of their daughter, Ethel, to Percy Gavin, son of the late Mr. and Mrs, A. F. Gavin of Warsaw, on Saturday May 7, 1949, in the study of the Rose Hill Baptist church -with the bride's pastor, the Rev. J,.y, Case, officlating'and using th? double ring ceremony.;:,,,-: :. vThere were no attendants ind only - a few. friends witnessed theL, ceremony. The bride wore a white suit with blue blouse and matching accesso ries. Her shoulder -corsage was of red oses. Mrs. Gavin attended Rose Hill School and the gro-jm attended the Warsaw School. They are at home on Rt. 1, Warsaw, where the groom is engaged in farming. been used in the abortion and the premature child which has been preserved in f ormaldahyde, Outlaw's Bridge Miss Herring To Wed Mr. R. C. Best Mr. and Mrs. Bennie G. Herring if Hose Pill, announce the en?age- ment of their daughter, Mafe Pearl Herring to Robert Carroll B-st, sen ( f Mr. and Mrs. Claude B, Best of Warsaw. The wedding will take place on May 27, 1919 at six . o'clock in the afternoon at the home I of the bride.' Twenty-three To Receive Diplomas Warsaw High School Commencement MlSl prize hostess served salad course. a ensealed f.uil Penny Branch Club The Penny Branch H. D. Club held its lnee'Unj,' at the club house Ma.- It with Mrs. J. B. Torrans I'H'sidinK. Mrs. Robert Davis call ed I ! roll with 12 responding and iitinuie.s were read. Two announce- iK nts of interest were made, first :!iat Duplin County won the gavel fi.r largest attfndance 111 distance i'awled at a. recent District meet ien held al Wheat Swamp School 1 l.eiieir County; second, that the Duplin County Bookmobile will regular slops on the first Tlnusday in each month at Baltic at 1:30 p.m. and at the Penny Commencement season for the 1949 graduating Seniors of Warsaw High School got under way Sunday night May 15 with the Bacclau- leate Sermon at 8:30. Following the processional Rev. G. Van Ste phens pastor of the Warsaw Baptist Church pronounced the invocation and the congregation sang "Come Thou Almighty King". The Junior Gleen Club, under the direction of Miss Helen Brown, accompanied by Miss Nell Bruchhaus, sang "Now The Day Is Over". Rev. R. L. Cross no, pastor of the Warsaw Method ist Church,-preached a most inspir ing sermon with the benediction by Rev. Jerry Newbold, pastor of the Wara-jw Presbyterian Cln.reh. Class Night followed on Tuesday night. May 17. The Juniors held arches formed of rose garlands under which the Seniors proeeedef. to the staije Miss Martha Ann Smith gave the Salutory Address and Bill Best, President of the 1949 Class, extended greetings, Junior Jones read the history and the class sang "Follow the Gleam". Mrs. Peeler. Class sponsor, and ad vis. ,r. read the r.uperiatives and Iiilly Costin give the Class poem. harl. Blanchard presented gifts, which were brought In on a wason pulled by the mascots, little Miss lynda Fave Laasiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lassiter an-1 Woody Oakley, son of Mr. and Mrs Francis Oakley. Mrs. J. C. Stephc s read the last will and testament and Miss Audrey Taylor presented the prophecy. The class sang "Are Ye Able" and Miss Mary Lee .Tones pave the Valedictory speech, follow ed by the class song and Recessirn Friday night, the 20th, Gradua tion night, at 8:30 Guy B. Phillips, Dean of Education at the Univer sity of North Carolina will deliv er the graduation address. Mr. Phillips will be introduced by Judge H. L. Stevens, Jr. President of UNC Alumni; and Principal J. P. Harmen will present diplomas to 23 members of the graduating class and 3 who graduated from summer school, 1948. "The Forty Niners" are Joan Cotton Stephen.,, Mary Lee Jones, Wilma Martin, Kath leen MeGowen, Martha Ann Smith; Mudrey "Taylor, Doris Taylor.Glad vs Waters. Mary Ellis West, K. Bundy. Bill Best, Charles Blan chard, Boyce Boyette, Keith Carl ton, Billv Earl Davis, John Jenkins, Jr., Joshua Jones, Jr. Marshall Jones, Clonlz Kornegay, Bobby Powell, Frank Steed, Jr., Julian Wilkins and Lois Ritter Brinson, Dolly Swinson Kornegay and Lattte Williams. Jr. Mascct3 Lynda Lassiter and Woody Oakel.v Marshals were Kathryn Steed, Chief; Betty West, Jean Miller, x-vetyn Davis and Phyllis Whitfield Regular 4th Sunday services at eleven o'clock with Prof. Ramon Adams of the University of Nortu Carolina, Chapel Hill, guest speak er. All are cordially invited to hear him. . ,,- The Community Club will hold its monthly meeting in the school auditorium Saturday night at 8:00. A, varied program is being planned with a moving picture "The Short est Way Home". All are urged to attend. . , t i Mrs, , Lillian Outlaw is visiting relatives in- Qharlotte. ; Rev. L. C. Prater filled his ap-'l pointmcnt at Shelter Neck Sunday. Mrs. Mary" House of Mt.. Olive visited Mrs. W, D. Pate last week. Mrs. William Sutton and baby and Miss Mary Ethel Outlaw spenti Sunday at Princeton. Miss Rachel Outlaw was hostess to the local bridge club at her home Saturday night. Mr. and Mil Namon Batts of Camp Davis visited Mrs. Nora Mai pass and family Friday night. ' Mr. and Mrs. Remus Creel and hoys .isited r. Richlands Sunday, We congratulate Kenneth Mal- pass Mi?ses Mary Ethel Outlaw a: d Marie Prater of the B. F. Grady nign bctiool Graduating Class last inriay night. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin "Outlaw and em mien 01 lunston were among visitors with Mr. and Mrs. I. V. outlaw Sunday. Mis. Katie Outlaw is visiting her aaugnter Mrs. Leonard Sutton at Kor.e's Chapel. . rar. ana Mrs. Alhert Sutton of La (.range visited Mrs. Patience Sutton Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lanelev nf Camp Hill, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert l.angley and son of Flo rence, Ala weie enpst.s nf, now nd Mrs. Prater last week. Mra' Prater is the daughter of Mr. iri Mrs. John J. Lanslpv Mrs Nora Malp?ss and s..ns, Ken neth and Donald moved to Carolina Beach Tuesday to make their home. Mrs, Herman Outl? w wax htess to the H. D. Club nt her home- on Monday afternoon with Mis. Arthur Smith jjintr-h'istess.- Mrs'i.Kemus Creel, president, called the group to order. After singing and club collect a business session wait held which was fallowed with n demon stration on Foods and Nutrition by Mies Hilda ;CJontz ;: Miss , Bachel Outlaw, gave a report on furnishings after which a general . discussion followed.,- A social , hour ; witii , re freshments closed tlie meeting. H The next meeting wilt be held with Mrs, Katie Outlaw in June. I lor. reliflon i likewise the strnno.' cbi. nun m liic L-iunii u? xuuuiy uniiy. ; Ana. united rf amines.' with firm spiritual faith, not only spell happy, ; wholesome ehiltlhood. but furnish one of the surest and best ways for (he preservation of democracy.. ' Sunday school attendance makes : "' So.j.fellow Americans, let's, take the family to Sunday school, and give them a heavenly endowed fcl-v lowshlp in the greatest educational institution oa earth. ' TOM CLARK. A'ttornev Gon. : - ; ; bi1 Ul MJC UlUkCU OUlLCB.''- 1K It is a treat to take your family tot Sunday , school. 'Yes, a treat thai will be the cause -of rejoicing in ybur househoud, , And, with this Joy will come the moral strength and the soul-satisfying experience that only religious worship can give. ..... , From the good Book we learn "Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he- is old 1 1 will not depart from it." The spiritual guidance, of Sun day school is mare important than ever before in world history, for "righteousness exalteth a nat'on; but sin is a reproach to any peo ple" Peace throughout the world can only be founded on the firm jock of religion. Religion is the very heart of our being -- our most precious asset. It is our strongest bulwark of peace. If it touches us in childhood, it will remain the rod and staff of our adult life. By placing a high value upon hurch and Sunday school ties and attendance, regardless of creed, we deepen the faith of ourj children and make a lasting spiri tual contribution to their growth. . We fathers and mothers of Am erica must "take'Vnat "send" our boys and girls'- to Sunday school," Q. Please tell me how to control , Insects in my garden ' "' ' '?. t A. Send to State College In Raleigh for Extension Circular No. 313, "Vegetable Insect Control in North Carolina." . - ,1,3 ; Q. What drugs are recommended for treating coccldlosis in poultry? A. Sulfaguanadine, which is ad ded to the feed, and sulfamethazine, which may be added to the feed or in its soluble form added to water Be. sure to administer exactly ac cording to recommendations of t'ae manufacturer. ' RED IRISH SETTER Puppies; 6 weeks old. Tops in Blood and Looks H. D. West Males $25 - Females $20. Warsaw, N. C. Phone 529 :'!,. INVITATIONS ISSUED McGowen And Wells Head Bond Drives Here In Duplin County Air aiut Mrs. Jiichard Caswell Moore, senior reqin'.iU tile honour of your presence at Hi marriage of their daughter Edith Amelia to Mr. James Fleming Davenport, junior Sunday- Ihc twenty-second of May at half aiicr four o'clock in the afternoon Warsaw Methodist Church . Warsaw, North Carolina V -"""T-WBi-T aw d. I CROP arvesfer Tim a it i griuis, seeds and beans. With this machineon your farm, you can have a borne harvest handle your crop in vour own wav. nirhnnr Stop in and see jus for more information. itAltS Ar40 SERVICE T. A. Turner Company " PINK HILL, N. C. so6aeo.oooooooooooooi o o o o o o Q o o o V I l;p;.tykdall'ssous . .f l ill 11 PINK HILL, 1 t f.' .- . i ' a i 1 1 N. C, . Jill J ,-. For aOBACCO TOP DRESSING ; HAIL INSURANCE, AND O o o o o o o o o o r Raleigh, Mav 13. The names of those who have accepted co-cliair-mittee for Better Schools and mansliip of Duplin County's Com Uoad.s were announced here tcday by John Marshall, executive secre t.ay of Better Schools and Road.i, Inc. They are F. W. McGowen of Ke nansville and TTeston Wells, Mt. Olive, R. F. D. The co-chairmen will soearheaH a county drive for voters' support of the Better Schools and Roads program, which faces its fciggest test on June 4 when the people of Norlh Carolina will vote on the is suance of bonds for school ar.d road building. Their appointment and accept ance as leaders of the local effort marks another step in the State wide program to inform all Tar Heels of the need for belter schools and roads and to impress upon all voters the significance of the June i election for the economic life of North Carolina. By their acceptance of co-chairmanship they also became direct ors in the non-profit, non-partisan citizens' organization, Better Schools and Roads. Inc The co-chairmen took as their first job the encouragement of vot ers to register for the election, t this connectit n, however, thay pointed out that no special regis tration Is required. Any citizen now. on the registration books cm vote, and citizens who are not al ready registered may do so on May 14 and May 21 at their polling places, they said. O '14 i-- '1" fr'Ht V;--''V'' I O PM- ';'f;-iWii ' 1 HOW DID THIS STORE GROW SO FAST? SCOUT-O-GRAM' Held Here Hie Duplin Court of Honor fir yie Boy Scouts wa"s: Iteldf at the unique i-renvtcrian cnurch at 8 p.m.. on May 9 with a gootattend- "ul-.t "x seouis ana parents, where the following . scouts' received awaras: Second CIa4s Scout - jpiin btced. Troop 20; Clayto.i Lane, rroop 42; Billy . Martir, iroop su; Jesse Hall, Troop 50; Brinson Vestal, Troop 50. ' : 'i First Class , Graham Blarito'n,' Troop 50 'i. Star Scout ' : ''u 'V:'- Gerald Jones,; Troop 2a jJ' ; ' Merit Badges ' Hay Faulkner, Trooo 2(L Read ing, I'utifliiding.' ' ."V . .,; Alfred West, Troop 20, Caroen- W -.- f ,.' ,,,, s.(.-"TeS i.-wr- Robert : Williamson,1 .'-TrooD' f 50. r iremansnip, Scholarshipu -:j i ; sieve uooding,; Troop 50. 'Schol arship, Public Healthy f Billy Bostic. . TronB..'47 " Aw Layout nd Building ArrangcWnt James Grady, Troop 47 CarD en try. ' t A , Ted Clark, Troop 47ifArie Re pairs. t" ' ' V 4 1 Irwin ; Dobson, Trooo 'Farhi Layout and Building Arrangement. JElwood- Kennedy, Troop 47,. Bird Study, Basketry, Pair ting W. L. Miller, Troop 47, Public Health, Public Speaking Safety. ' A.'F. ShaW, Troop 47, Bnsketry, Painting, Wood Carving. Troop 50, Kennnsvllle, won th" Court of Horn r Award for May. Itev. Lauren Sharpe is Scoutmaster and the Troop is chartered by V.e Kenansville - Masonic Lodge " "' : , r '-.'. - (Signed) BILL CRAVEN ENTHUSIASTIC MEET 1- Continued from front page1'' The following discussed the bond Issues: A.. p.,jCate, Member of the County Board of Education. F. W. McGowen,' County Accauntant, L, P. Wells, County Commissioner. A. C. Hall, Chairman. Board of Hmin. ly commissioners, J. C. Thompson, Vice President and Cashier of the Branch Banking and Trust Co.. G 0.i Bennett, County Commissioner. Melvfn G. Cording, Mayor Wlllard" riomer of WaUace, Mayor L. D. Groomo of Falson. John d.r P, Johnson. Suot of Himiin County tSchools, and Jamea w C. Hill, i A' .'i; -' .y. ; ii i tt f-' HATTIE GAVIN W - - ' '- , . : ; V o o -,;0 o o o :o o ..o. o o o vo o o o o o o o o o o o' o o o o o o o o o o . o o o o o o o o o o O i o o o o o o o o o o o o o o . Continued from front page les of the uterus nnd tended to aid or oaiv V f f - ' j, ; - o O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O; o o o o o o o o o o o o o f- - People ask us every day! And we can only say thai our customers built it for us. Appreciative' ot our courteous iriendliness v . diligent effort to meet eve ry request . . . and patience in" meeting tangled 1 situa- , : "I",,- ,..-"1 - J.' .. . ' -'.. ' ,'.! " tions, our customers keep bringing their business r ' t - ( and new business to us. .,(..' Thanks! k"J':i '.'j:t !ri.- ! . .lll..l'S'W-r .-.i.. m u iV it."- . A JJEW, MODERN DEPARTMENT STORE To Serve You New Stock Arriving paily ' ' ' " Here Are A Few Items: i , ToUet goods, cosmetic., tatlonery, etc., new prlpta from Fruit of the Loom, homespun nd other piece good.: oil cloth, large assortment of button, of every description , pillow cases and sheets, nylon, rayon .nd cotton hose; ladles and children's underwear panties, slips, bras, complete assortment of Uppers, ladles and children's print dresses! wash cloths and towels, kitchen linen, dopay economical curtains, playtex baby pants straw hats for ladle men and children; Men's shorts and shirts; Blue Bell work clothes' Thoroughbred sndLord Baltimore bate; Town' Topic and Block's dress shirts; "Skivvies" T shirts with Beul.vllle" monogram on front; Hunt Club, Hubbard, Norport, Bondshlre and Carter shoe, foremen .nd boys, Udle. and children's Dcna Debs sandals, bathing trunks for men. and boys; rubier boot, and hundreds of other Items that space will not permit us to.ltst. Come Jod.y ind look over Beulavllle's Department Store. , . - WSAilDLIII COMPANY Benford Shepherd, Troop .. 47, !V V: ; If"''' r

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