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5 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jennette of
Calypso announce the marriage of
their daughter, Shirley Virginia,
to Kenneth Franklin Brock, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brock of war-
saw, on May 28, 1949, First Baptist
Church, Dillion, S. C. The Rev. P.
W. Usher, officiating.
MCGOWAN - MARTIN
. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin of
Calypso, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Wilma Joyce, to
Andrew Ray McGowan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. McGowan, of War
saw, on May So, 1949, First Baptist
Church, Dillon, S. C. The Rev P.
W. Usher, officiating.
Miss Herring Veds
Mr. R. C. Best
-. -The ho ne of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Guy Herring, of Rose Hill, was the
scene of a lovely and impressive
wedding ceremony on Friday even
ing, May 27, 1949, at seven o'clock,
when their daughter, Mattie Pearl
became the bride of Robert Carroll
Best, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
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WARSAW DRUG CO
WARSAW, N. C.
1 Burba nk Best of Warsaw, The Rev.
3 .V. Case, pastor of the bride and
of the Rose Hill Baptist ; Church,
officiated, using the double ring
Vows were spoken before an im
provised altar with abackgrnund of
pines, flanked by floor baskets of
white gladioli, fever few and fern,
and tall standards entwined with
ivy holding white tapers
Miss Anita Fussell. of Rose Hill,
pianist, played "The Rosary" very
softly while the candles were be
ing lighted by the ushers, Jareme
Lee Herring, brother of the bride,
ind Charles Herring, cousin of tyie
bride. Miss Susie Scott, of Rose
Hill, soloist, sang "Because". The
traditional wedding marches were
The bride, given in marriage by
er father, wore a white jaberdi ve
suit, matching , picture hat and
gloves, and black accessories. Her
flowers were red roses.
Maid of honor was Miss Peggy
Jones of Rose Hill. She wore a
heavenly shade of blue batiste wiJi
pink and navy accessories and a
corsage of pink roses.
James Norwood West of Warsaw,
served as the groom's best man.
The mother of the bride was at
tired in a light blue crepe gown
with a corsage of pink roses and
sweet peas. The groom's mother
wore a printed crepe dress and a
corsage of pink roses and sweet
Immediately following the cere
mony the couple left on a wedding
trip to the mountains of western
North Carolina. Upon their return
they will be at home in Warsaw.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Herring and
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fussell enter
tained at an informal cake cutting
following the rehearsal for the
Best-Herring wedding at the Her
ring home Thursday evenit.'g, May
28. The home was decorated in ar
tistic manner in the bridal motif
with mixed white flowers in th
living and dining rooms. The lace
covered table was centered with
three tiered wedding cake and
white tapers in double silver can
Jelabra at each side.
Mrs. W. .B Herring presided at
After the bride and groom elect
had cut the first slice, Mrs. J,
Fussell served the cake. Block ic
cream, nuts and mints were served
by Misses Clara and Carolyn Robin
son, Frances and Betty Heyer, Fran
ces Alderman, and Gwendolyn aud
Mary Lou Fussell. Mrs. D. G. Al
derman poured punch.
Miss Mattie Pearl Herring, bride
elect of May 27, was complimented
at a Coca cola hour and lingerie
shower on Monday afternoon a'
5:30. when Miss Peggy Jones and
Susie Scott entertained on the
lawn at the Jones' home. Party
sandwiches; cookies, nuts and mints
were served with Coca colas. The
honoree received lovely gifts from
the hostesses and other guests.
On Wednesday evening from 8
until 10 o'clock, Miss Mattie Pearl
Herring, bride-elect, waj honored
at a reception and miscellaneous
shower at the home of Mrs. D. K,
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KENANSVILLE, N. C.
Alderman, with Misses Mary Pope,
Betty Heyer and Clara Robinson,
assisting hostesses. . Guests erc
greeted by Miss Pope and presented
to Mrs. Alderman, who Introduced
them to the receiving line. In the
receiving line were the honoree,
Mrs. B. G. Herring, mother of Pie
ho oree, Mrs. Claude Best, of War
saw, mother of the groom-elect,
and her daughter, Mrs. Julian Gat
ling, of Tarboro, and Miss Ann
James, of Wallace, bride-elect of
June 8. Mrs. W. H. Saunders re
sided at the register.
Receiving in the den was Miss
Virginia Alderman. Mrs L. C. Hea
ring invited guests to the dining
room, where Mrs. W. B. Herring
poured punch. Bridal cakes, nuts,
and mints were served by Misses
Carolyn Robinson, Frances Taylor
and Gladys Bain. Mrs. Horace Fu
sell received on the porch. Good
byes were said to Misses Heyer and
The home was thrown ensulte for
the occasion and decorated through
out with mixed summer flowers.
The Warsaw PTA is sponsoring
a community wide recreational pro
gram for tne cnuaren tnir summer.
The committees have been laboring
earnestly for the past several
months and are now sreiig the
fruits of their efforts The Town,
cooperating with the PTA, pays
a director for a 12 weeks period,
to supervise the playground at the
rear of the new town hall. Mrs. N,
A. Mitchell efficiently supervises
the grounds where tennis, volley
ball, base ball, slides, swings, see
saws and other children's games
are enjoyed, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00
and from 3 00 until 0:00 p. m. daily
Monday thru Friday. Parents are
advised to send a nurse or older
child with the small tots to the play
The Youth Center, housed in the
Agriculture building near the high
school auditorium has been con
verted into a mammoth recreation
al center. Two good ping pong
tables are in use most of the time,
various table games and schuffle
board are provided and enjoyed,
and two nights a week is provided
for skating. Sponsors are on duty
from 7:45 p. m. until 10:30 and
each child enjoying the Youth
Center presents his memlership
card for admittance. These cards
are 25c per season.
-y;--y--k ;:,- ry
; Miss Edna Callahan, 11th grade
student at Waynesvllle Township
High School, holds the Charles
Palmer Davis medal for 1949 fr
her outstanding knowledge of cur
' Miss C-illalian, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Callahan of Waynes
vllle, was a member of Miss Hazel
WrigttVs U. S. History class at the
school during the past year.
She won first place in the cur
rent events contest in the Western
Carolina Teachers College Field
Day Program last March.
Miss Callahan also is outstanding
in the activities of her church.
She is the granddaughter of Mrs.
Margie Jones of Warsaw. Miss Cal
lahan formerly lived in Warsaw.
Tusccroros 0:;.is tz2 K
tThe summer camping ' season
opens, for Boy Scouts of Tuscarora
Council on 'June 12. The Council
operates two of the finest camps
In the Southeast. Camp Tu scare, a
located S miles southeast of Dudley
is maintained for the white scouts
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KENANSVILLE, N. C.
HOURS: 7:00 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M.
9 POUNDS 40 CENTS
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"WE WASH ANYTHING WASHABLE"
BRING EM ON ! FOLKS
TO BE NEAT AND CLEAN
VOt7 ARE OFTEN SEEN
Mrs. L. S. Whittle and children
will leave Sunday for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whittle in Mc-
Mr. end Mrs. J. A. Rackley and
son, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Rackley, their brother in Smith-
Graham Wells, III, of Wallace
was the week end guest of his cou
sin, little Miss Judy Rollins.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stevens and
sons and Mrs. R. H. Befct, Jr. left
Wednesday for Chase City, Va.,
where they will visit their mother,
Mrs. C. H. Hester.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gresham have
as their guests her parents Mr. and
iurs. sneiion on uoiumoia, Tentt.
Mrs. Ralph Honeycutt and Mrs.
Annie Cox had as their guest last
week their niece Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Wynne of Raleigh and Mrs.
. F. Avent of Rocky Mount, sister
of Mrs. Honeycutt.
R. F. Wadkins is attending the
itate Agriculture and Vocational
teachers conference at Carolina
Beach this week.
Misses' Barbara Thompson. Je in
Gardner, Mae Brock and Sarah
Gaylor are spending the week at
Mrs. Kathleen Snyder has as her
guast Mrs. H. A. Tiller of Norfolk,
Va. . .
Mrs. Stacy Britt and daughters
and Mrs. Sam Bartlett spent the
week end in Concord with -their
mothers. Jo Anne and Betty Britt
remained for visit , with their
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Strickland
naa as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs
Ronald Ottwell and children of
uoiaanoro. v.i.::"-j. ;
Mrs. W. R. Blackmore and Rev.
and Mrs. James Blackmore spent
iasi wees in Timmonsvllle, 8. C.
With her. brother Mr. and Mrs. 3.
P. Salisbury. 1 ,
Rev. I Mrs: J. p. Edward rf
Farnsvllle were Sunday and Mon
day guest of their parents, M'.
and Mr. W. L. BostJe.
. Mrs. W. A. Carter k visiting her
Ulster in VIrgllina. Va. V ,
Mr and Mrs D B Powell and Mr.
Faison Peirce of Rocky Mount were
Sunday guests of Mis Annie Kate
Powell and family .
the mission field in Panama. During
the intermission coca colas and che-
ezies were served and brief business
meetings were held prior to the
group meeting at which 71 enjoyed
Mrs. Stephens' discussion.
Circle No. 1 met Monday night
in the home of Mrs. Mitchell Britt
with Mrs. Dick Kerr as joint hos
tess and 11 present. Mrs. B. C.
Shcffit'M, Sr. presided and Mrs. W,
J. Middleton led. the study with
Mrs. Frank Haislip presenting the
Circle No. 2 met Monday after
noon with Mrs. E. P. Ewers and 13
present and Mrs. E. W. Steveas
presiding. Mrs. David Carlton led
the study and Mn Frel Baars dis
cussed the program from th sur
Circle No. 3 met the same after
noon in the home of Mrs. Robert
Frederick with Mrs. John Frede'
rick as joint hostess and 17 present.
t-3. Bill Sheffield preside.1. and
Mrs. J. H. Hlnes taught the study
and Mrs. Ed. Sheffield discussed
the survoy. Delicious refreshments
were served at each of the above
meetings by the hostess.
The WS of CS met Tuesday ev
ening in the home of Mrs. M. A.
Smith with all three circles hold
ing brief business sessions before
joining together for a very inter
esting mission study on China, pre
sented by Mrs. C. F. Carroll. Mrs.
G. P. Pridgen, the new president,
presided. Hostesses Mrs. C. F. Car
roll and Mrs. Milton West served
openfaced sandwiches, cookies,
nuts and punch.
Miss Parker Weds
Mr; W.S. Jackson
BAPTMT "'' .. :. I .-, .
The WMU Met Jeihtiv Vn.rl.v
iaht 1 the ladle .rler of the
hurch fer aa la.tere.tiag mission
stady ceurse tauatat bvf Ura n .
Vaa Stephens. She aUcuai "Thl
IIadlap of tk Americas" lcb
Is vividly written av Dr ahw
Carpenter, who , peat Wek
: Miss Ann Nell Parker, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Parker of
Bowden, became the 1ride of Wil
!iam Sandlin Jackson, son of J. W.
Jackson and the late Rena Sandlin
Jackson of Beulaville, in a lovely
formal ceremony at five o'clock
Sunday afternoon, June 5th at the
Warsaw Baptist Church.
The Rev. G. Van Stephens offl.
elated using the double ring cere
mony. The vows were, spoken be
fore a background of native pines
nd palms with, four large floor
vases filled with pink gladioli
white iillies and fern. Candelabra
holding blush tapers completed the
decorations with a white wrought
iron arch with satin covered pray
er oencn centering the altar. The
arch was entwined with dainty
fiowers, lern ana ribbons.
A program of wedding music
was presented by Mrs. . Glendora
prown, organist. Her pre nuptial
selections - included "Cantitane
Nuptlale" by Dubois, "Serenade'
by Schubert, "Romance" by Griem
feld, "At Dawning" by Cadman and
Ave Maria" by Bach. Mr. Lloyd
Parker, of Emporia, Va., uncle of
the bride, vocalist, sang "Because'
by. D'Harlot . and The Lord's
Prayer" by MalotteJ f
A. B. . Jackson, brother of the
groom, of Beulaville, was best man
ana usners were James D. Sand
lin of Beulaville, Ben Cooper of
Chapel Hill, Henry L. Stevens. III.
iee urown or Warsaw, and Mau.
nee Jordan, brother-in-law of the
Dride, of Bowden. ; , r ,
The bride, zlven In nun-laee hv
hex father, Mr. H. A. Parker, wore
an original Gown by Marie in blush
skinner catin, featuring a high neck
llae with yoke of imported lace,
aatliaed with blush seed pearls.
Th long fitted lace mitts edged
with ceed pearl extended into
points over the hand and the fit-
rea poaic was buttoned dowij the
full klrt, which extended Jnta a
court train. Her fingertip veil of
Italian imported blush illusion,
fell from a tiara of drop seed oearls
end lily of the valley. She carried a
bouquet of orchids and sweetheart
roses. ' " v
Mrs. W. Douglas Fussell, ; of
Greensboro, and Mrs. Maurice H.
Jordan, of Bowden, attended their
sister a matrons of honor. Their
gown of pink taffeta featured a
high neckline with scalloped yoke
of lace. They wore matching mitts
of lace and Queens Ann bonnets
tied under the chin with bow of
taffeta. They carried colonial bas
kets of mixed spring flowerc.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. James
Bledsoe, of Ft. Smith, Ark., Mrs,
Gordon Townsend, of Dunn, Miss
Joanne Jackson, of Wallace, sister
of the groom, and Miss Ann Park
er, cousin of the bride, of Golds-
boro. Their dresses, bonnets and
bouquets were, identical to those
of the matrons of honor. The honor
ary bridesmaid,1 Miss Janie Belle
Blackmore, of Warsaw, wore a pink
evening gown with matching gar
land of flower in her hair.
The bride' mother wore a din
ner gown of rose crepe, elbow
length gloves and shoulder bou
quet of lavender orchid and pink
net halo hat v :
The parent of the bride enter
tained at a formal reception at
the American Legion Home imme
diately following the ceremony, i
Guests were greeted by Mr. and
Mrs. Sterling Marriner, who in
turn Introduced to the receiving
!;ne composed of the parents of
the bride, the bridal couple at
tendants of the bride and Mrs.
Alvin Thompson, of Wallace, sister
of the groom.
- The bride's table was' covered
with an exquisite pink linen cloth
with inserted lace. The centerpiece
was of mixed pring flowers, flank
ed with burning tapers in five
branched silver candelabra. On one
end of the table was the three tier
ed weddinc rake and on the other
was a novel miniature tree holding
tii y pink wedding bells; and bo w.
Encircling the wedding bell tree
was pink tinted fever few sweet
heart roses and fern.
Bridal cakes, mints, bridal Ices,
and nuts were served by Mrs. Ben
Jooper of Chapel Hill, Miss Fannie
Parker; MK Hoyt Doaier, of Golds-
biro, Mrs. Bruce Carlton, of Clin
ton, Mrs. Bill Eubanks. of Wilding-,
ton and Mr.. Burnon Lloyd, of
Bowden. Mr. Stokes Williams.
of Wallace, poured pink tinted
Iiuncn. ' - -
Mrs. M.. B. Parker, aunt of the
Irlde, of Goldbonv presided over
the bride' book, which was shower
ed with satin ribbens, fern and
Goodbyes were said to Rev. a d
Mrs. G. Van Stephens.
Later the couple left on a wed
ding trip to unannounced points
an.i after June 12 will be at home
in Warsaw. For traveling the bride
wee a powdor blue puffed cotton
dress with cape and hat. to match
and her accessories were of pink.
She also wore the orchid from her
Mm. Jackson was graduated
fr?m Warsaw High School and at
tended Campbell College. Buies
The groom was graduated from
Beulaville High School and the Uni
versity of North Carolina and holds
a position with the Calvert Fire In
and comprise 49 acre of. wooded
land, sandy enough to drain well,
and rugged enough to appeal to the
pioneer spirit in the boy. A beauti
ful lake is available for the many
waterfront activities. Strict sani
tary'superviaion is maintained at all
times by the Health and Safety
Committee of the Council
Camp Carver for Negro Scouts
is also beautifully located, situa
ted 7 miles southeast of Dudley
This camp site has perhaps the
finest lake of any camp In the
south. Electricity has just been
made available at Carver and that
means that the camp will have the
latest devices for sanitation and
convenience. A. new well has, been
provided, a new hot water heater
installed, and adequate refrigera
tion provided for. This year, Camp
Carver will be operated jointly by
Tuscarora Council and East Caro
Both Camp Tuscarora and Car
ver are operated on a non-profit
basis. This means that any Scout
in the Council can nave all the
fun and adventure of camp without
spending much more than it would
cost him at home. No parent can
afford to deny a boy the rich ex
perience of a summer camp with
the facilities of these two camps
for four one-week periods. Carver
will operate for three one-week
periods.' ?-;:.--:.:--,::yi':"? -
' Registrations already indicate a
Urge camp attendance. Sunday,
June 12, wil) be opening day for
ootn camps, prospective campers
should report between" 2-00 and
:00 on that date. They should
come to camp with their health
certificates properly filled out by
the family doctor.-Campers should
also be Inoculated with tetanus
toxoid before coming to camp.
Proof that the Scout has had a
smallpox vaccination, and recent
typhoid inoculation should also be
provided . '
Mrs. James Norwood West, of
Wan-aw, announces the engagement
of her daughter, Helen Ann, to
John Donald Whitehurst, of Ral-
eign, son of Mr. and Mr. Lewi
Alva Whitehurst. of Greenville. The
wedding will take place July 2.
Relatives of Billy Korneuav.
member of the 1949 graduation
class of the University of Norta
Carolina, attending his graduation
Monday included bis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon Kornegay and
sister Patsy of Warsaw, his grand-
mower and cousin, Mrs. a C. Car
ter and Miss Eleanor Carter.
specuuuy oi MV Olive. Billy will
remain at Chapel Hill where he
nas accepted a position witih th?
The Friendly Club met Jim a
for it regular meeting in the home
of Mrs. Tolbert Sutton with ur.
Joe Sutton joint hostess. , '
PreaidArlt Mm B V Dknii. .
In charge. Roll call showed 23 m m
oer ana, one visitor, who became
a member. c.., .
Project leader. siave their re
ports and Mr. Fred Revoiu 0..,.
a demonstration on clothing.
Game were played and ice
The Penney Branch H. D. Club
will meet Wednesday, June IS in
the home of Mrs. Cortes Black-
more with Mrs. John Frederick as
joint hostess. The hour will bs 3
o'clock instead of 2:30.
Vake Forest :
.r n i i t- "
Miss Rebecca Best, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Simon Best of
Waruw -was among the graduating
class on Monday, May 30, at Wake
Forest College. She majored in Re
ligious Education. Miss Best i a
graduate of Warsaw High School
ind attended Mars H'll College and
ECTC before enter: ng Wake Forest
Mrs. L. S. Whittle was hostess
to her club Thursday afternoon at
nsr lovely appointed home where
two tables were in play. High award
cologne, went to Mrs. Paul Potter
and Mrs. Graham Phillips received
a snower cap for low. Mrs. Whittle
served Individual merlngueswith
strawberry Ice cream with fresh
way. L.. . , uf ... . . , , ... -room
and porch where tiiiee tuuies
were in clay. Mrs, Robert Frede
rick received a Cigarette box for
club high; Mrs. Bill Sheffield an
apron for visitor's high. Traveling
award, a french fry cutter, went to
Mrs. Joyce Burton and Miss Ann
Nell Parker, bride-fleet, was re-,
inembered with a salad mixing"
set Mrs, John Fonvlelle, recent '
bride, received -a picture. .During ,
play cokes were served and at the
conclusion a sweet course was sejv
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Baled. S40 per ton. See Walter
Herrlsw, 4 mites east of Warsaw.
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$1S to $20 in a day No experience
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to do your auto body and fen
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broken glasses with new Shatter
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Write for quotation,, giving
distance and direction - from
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Mr.' Bill Sheffield Werta1nl
her club Thursday afternoon at her
home with two tables in play among
a lovely floral arrangement. During
play coca colas-were served and t
the conclusion a vase of flowers
went t. Mrs. Ed Strickland for
nigh and Mrs. Ed Hlnes received
mints for traveling. The hostess
served a congealed salad course.
, ; y y
Mrs. Hjctor McNeil entertained
her club end several additional
guests Wednesday after noon at
in tszsjm ouv
asm at Wasnaa nmn
Awftwlaima Ihw. ilav or .
FARMERS: - FOR BEST PRICES
ON HAT, COTTON SEED HULLS
AND HOG RATIONS SEE"
i W. E. BELANGA,
KENANSVILLE, N. C.
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FOR TOBACCO FLUES, Sc
JESSE BELL, SununerUn Cross
roads, Mt Olive, BSJi. ;
S-ll-6t. pd. :
We have a policy that w'U guar
antee your child a chance for an
education. See or Write '
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cream and cake were served.
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