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i:. :: villi; Kc:m Carolina
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i Mrs. Kenneth Brock, a recent
Stride,' was guest, of honor Friday
TOOTnlnit at 10 o'clock: when, her
sitter-in-law. Miss Mae Brock en-
pertained at a coca cola party in
e honor. Beautiful arrangements
IS summer flowers decorated the
nome. Crystal cup plates, a collect
or's Item, and brass rack were giv
en. -each of the following! Mm.
RrncV. honoree.- ' Mesdames BUI
Jackson, Carroll, Ottls Aldridge, all
recent brides, and Miss Helen West,;
' bride-elect. ':Vv "v
1 -Mrs. J. C, Brock, mother of the
: hostess, -assisted i by Mrs. Glenn
Brown and Miss Sarah Gaylor serv
ed coca colas, "cheese biscuits, pe
pan rolls and cookies, The guest list
included Mrs. Brock, honoree, Mes
dames Best. Aldridge, Jackson,
Page,' Johnson, H. C. Allen, Johnny
'Mallard, Ralph Best, George John-
ion, Enimonds Garner, iA- J. ban
tone, Elbert Matthis. and Bonnie
Thomas, Misses Marjorie Thomas,
Jean Newkirk, Laura West, Agnes
yurnage, Mildred Johnson, Reboc
a Best, Mary Ellis, Betty West,
fatten and Jean Miller, Helen West
nd Sarah Gaylor.' ! ;
r- The Rey. and MrjrR. L. Crossno
of Warsaw announce the birth of a
son, Robert Seth, on Sunday, June
26, at 1:30 p.m.-at the Henderson
and Crumpler Clinic in Mt, Olive.
Rev. Crossno is pastor of the Meth
odist Church of Warsaw.
The Warsaw Junior Chamber of
uven " - 1(lt,irflnce
Extern North Caromw.
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WARSAW.,1 NORTH CAROLINA
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Warsaw, N. C.
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STATEMENTS, RULED JOBS, HAND BILLS, TICKETS, WIN
DOW POSTERS, INVOICES, WORK .FORMS, CONTRACTS,
LEGAL FORMS, RECEIPT BOOKS, SALES BOOKS, LEGAL
SIZE PAPER, PAPER CLIPS, RUBBER BANDS, PAMPHLETS,
BOOKLETS, etc.; 1 : . 4
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', , .THE DUPLIII TIMES . ....
KENANSVILLE, N. C.
Cnmmerce held IU regular meeting
Thursday evening in aiitcniner'
Cafe. Merchants and business men
of Warsaw were invited guests."
A favorable report on the War-
baw. 1 roduce Mai set was giien'The
marko now provides ample buyers
to take care of the produce submit
ted. Prices are in keeping with the
neighboring, markets. Farmers are
urged to patronize the local market
and cooperate with the Jaycees in
putting this project over.
A regular business meeting foW
f lowed this discussion.
Newly installed officers of June
16 were: Pres. Lee Brown; 1st vice
i res. Elbert Matthis; 2nd vie Pres.
K. D. Johnson, Jr.; Secty. James
Middleton; and Treas. Bill Boyette
Directors are Bill Vann, Woodrow
Blackburn, and Mitchell Britt.
On Tuesday evening at eight o'cl
ock Mrs. George Hopkins enter
tained her bridge club and addit
ional guests. Arrangements of glad-
iqli and dahlias decorated thehome.
Mrs.. M. 3. Lsssiter, club high,
was given costal dessert dishes.
Second club high, a novelty flo
wer pot .went to Mrs. Bonnie Tho
mas. Mrs. Mormon Barr reeoived
kitchen sugar scoops for visitor's
hieh and Mrs. D. L. Mathis wall
nlaoues for travelling prize.
The Hostess served truu jeiia
with whipped cream, cake and iced
tea upon arlval of the visitors. Dur
ing the game drinks and nuts were
passed to the following: Mesdames
Lassiter, Thomas, Matthis, Barr,
lrone Martin Bill Whitfield, Bel-
ton Minchew, Lillian Hollings
worth. .Bill Boyctte, Carl Winders
and Lewis Mullens.
The ranee system of growing
turkeys is more practical since
-grazing crops may be produced all
months oMhe year, thus reducing
the feed cost. '
TRUE STONES - FINELY CUT
Ci A ... Phone 375-8
Office Over Mitchner's Cafe
UU, NU c.
' Miss Marjorie Thomas was hos
tess on Friday night at eight o cl
ock at a miscellaneous shower hon
oring Miss Helen West, bride-elect,
The home waff artistically decor
ated with dahlias, zinnias and other
summer lowers. Guests were in
vited into -the dining room where
Mrs. r. S. Thomas presided at the
punch bowl. A bowl of yellow nas
turtiums centered the lace-covered
dining table. Cheese wafers, pecan
rolls, mixed nuts and cookies were
served buffet style.
Miss Sarah Gaylor won the slo
gan contest prize. About twenty
enjoyed Miss Thomas' hospitality.
Miss West received many lovely
and useful gifts.
fne Y. W. A. of the Warsaw Bap
tist Church met with Miss Jean
Miller. Miss Kathleen Scott, presi
dent, presided. After Miss Scott
gave the devotional. Mrs. Allen tr
aufthan, leader, presented a pro
gram entitled "lams", assisted by
Misses Scott, Mae Brock and Sarah
fjaylor. Mrs. J.i!inn- Mallard dis
missed the group with a prayer.
During the social hour, Mrs.
Bill Jackson, recent bride, was
remembered with a surprise pantry
shower. The gifts were presented
by Mrs. Draughan Miss Miller ser
ved grape float to the members
On July 27 the Y. W. A. will
Meet with Mrs. Jackson at her a-
partment in the G, A. West home
an Hill Street.
uneral Services For
Funeral service for Henry Street
Kornegav retired mail carrier and
armer, were held Thursday after
noon at four o'clock from the home
with the Rev. J. M. Newbold, pas
tor of the' Warsaw Presbyterian
Church officiating, assisted by the
Rev. G. Van Stephens, pastor of
the Baptist Church of Warsaw and
he Rev. Howard G. Dawkin, pas
tor of the First Baptist Church of
Klnston. Interment was in Pine
Crest Cemetery with Masonic rites.
Pallbearers Were: E. D. Pollock,
W. Pickett, Hopton Smith, Q. J.
Sutton, R.E Wall and R F. Wadkins
Members of Mr. Kornegay's im
mediate family are;, Mrs. Kome-'
gay, the forme? Effie Lee Snr.th
of Duplin, his mother, Mrs. Zylphia
Smith Kornegay of Klnston. Sev-
rc:v:d Ly 2-v;ay hcl?
tvnut to da for woman'! elowt prvMam, :
luniUonfU m-.nthly point Hah? ft sM MMI
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litli'S S-wur I., Ip. Voa m. CAKDUI ny
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Intnl. It ,.)u..,M help rwv functional
pcilodio r.iin; It) Inken throosbout tba
tu.-uth Uku ft loula,itc:iDaldliairorour
,.iwUl.!, fti4 Viiutlun, and that help
build op rrMnLiuca f the tniae dayi to
eoma, cardui la tcleotlfloallT prepared
and nclcnUiieailjr tMUd. II yoa wlrcr lal '
c-rii-ii. iiinni", (ot CAnDoi today.
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Tllti PUP Hil
U ral sons and daughters; Mlsa Mar
garet Kornegay, Myrtle Bearh, S.
C, Henry Street Kornegav, Jr. of
Atlanta, Ga. and these of the horpt
Eva' Belle, Clontz, Peggy Ann, Rob
ert and M. Jay, brother, H. Rudolph
Kornegay of Mt. Olive, and five sis-
ers: Mesdames J. E. Hamilton
Magnolia, M. L- Hardy, LaGrange,
David Carlton, Warsaw, L. C; Carl
ton, Klnston and Miss Victoria Kor-
r egay of Warsaw.
Among the out of town people
. ttendlng the fune-al were M-. and
Mrs. Floyd Heath, Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Smith, and Mrs. Lloyd May of Pink
Hill; Mr, and Mrs. Hal ffotmore
and Miss Norma Wetmore of Ral
eigh; Mrs. Jesse Knott, Mrs. E. W.
Boyette, Mrs. R. D. Spear, Mrs. V
II. GUlkins, Mr. and Mr L. C. Carl
ton, Miss Frances Carlton, L. C.
Carlton, Jr., Edna Rouse, Clayton
Rouse, Mrs. Eric Rouse, and Julia
Davis of Klnston; Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Kornegay, Mrs. James Wil
Hams, Mrs. S. A. Thompson, M
and Mrs. John W. Lambert, Mr.
and Mrs. Zollie Kornegay and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Kornegay of Mt.
Olive; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Larkins,
Mrs. C. C. Robinson, Miss Maud
Sipe and Miss Jean Sipe, Clinton;
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith, Mrs. John
Shepard and L. 'P. Hardy, Seven
Springs; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hardy,
J. L., Robert, and Kornegay Hardy,
LaGrange; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ham
ilton, and Misses Vera and Jean-
nette Hamilton, of Magnolia.
Charles Henry West, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M, West celebrated his
third birthday Sunday afternoon
.n the lawn of his home. A blue ad
white birthday cake, ice cream and
lemonade were served by Mri.
West. Suckers and horns were given
as favors. Those present were Jer
ry Albertson, Dwight Smith, Char
les Stevens, Vann McNeil, I.iary
Susan Baars Johnny Crossno', and
Jerry McDonald and Mr. and Mrs,
J. J. West, grandparents of the host.
Jack Middleton, summer student
at Duke, spent the week end at
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Womack of
Wilson spent the week end with
Mrs. C. A. Womack.
Mr and Mrs. Paul Reed and dau
ghter Lynne of Tampa,- Fla. left
Wednesday after a ten day vlit
with her father R. H. Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Womack and
son of Winston-Salem came Monday
to accompany Mrs. Paul Reed to
Tampa on Tuesday for a visit.
Street Kornegay, Jr. has return
ed to Atlanta, Ga. after attending
the funeral of the late H. S. Kor
negay. Carl H. Wilson, antique dealer,
of Wilmington spent Wednesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Hopton Smith.
Mr.- and Mrs. Bonnie Thomas, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Whitfield and Mrs.
Rocque spent Wednesday at Caro
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Thomas and
daughter. Miss. Majorie were over
night visitors at Carolina Beach on
Misses Laura West and Mary
Elizabeth Packer are attending the
The golden rule of personal clean
I'nass should be observed particu
larly in tha usual summer polls,
oldemlo months. Pood should b
apt tightly covered and safe froir
tea and ottier Insects. The tarn,
a.iplles te garbage, which, where
o:her disposal facilities ara lacking,
hauld be burled or burned.
For Best Prices and Com
plete Job on Klonoments,
See or Write
Methodist Conference at Louls-
buig this week. .
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Unique In Wilson
If languor overtakes you in Wil
son, N. C on US 301, you might
drop .In at ; the Squatter's Club,
Which has no purpose In the world
except to accomodate a fellow v'..en
he gets In a loafing notion.
It started when Harry Wall had
a tailor shopj wnicn aeveiopen huoi
a swell place for the gang to drop'
in and ohew the fat. But just as the
habit got fixed, Harry up and mar
ried and moved to Maryland. The
disgruntled but determ'ned squat
ters held a meeting, elected offi
cers and got a ch?rter. Sole assets
are 25 of the most ordinary chairs
In the world; all are cane-bottomed
and low to the ground, the bottoms
are comfortable, and a member's
legs always reach the ground. '--long-legged
members have to
stretch their legs or tuck them un
der the chair - - just a comfortable
The squatting is done on main
street, in front of a little shop on
the west side of the street where
the hot summer sun is tempered
by a soothing afternoon shade. In
winter, the club moves inside, tilts
its chairs ag-iins the walls which
are unadorned except for some very
good examples of American calen
dar art leaning somewhatjy on the
side of cheesecake.
Many a' notable member of
more notable club has come to
squat with the squatters and bull
with the membership under th;
affable chairmanship of Bur.n
Hearn, big league baseball pitcher
of IS years ago, who now coaches
some of the best baseball Ivory of
the south over at the University of
State College Hinls
To Home Makers
Experiments have proven that
wafer sv ould be boiling before
vegetables are put in to cook. Tur
nip greens, put on to cook in about
their own weight of cold water and
cooked 30 minutes from time boil
ing began, held only about a third
of their original vitamin C. but
those put into boiling water and
boiled the same length of time h ;ld
: sparagus and green beans, cooked
by these two methods, retained
more C when started in boiling
To save time and do a more ac
curate job of cutting a paper pat
tern, sometimes weights are better
than pins for holding the pattern
on the fabric. If fabric is thick,
pins make it "buckle" so that exact
cutting is difficult. Weights allow
the fabric to lie flat and anchor it
.nrlini '49 FORD custebi convertible
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' Tcko the Wheel
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.Woody Hafl, former policeman
in Warsaw, is under indictment in
Chadbourn on 19 counts of embez
zlement. Bond for him has been
set at $2500. In the indictment It
was alleged that Hall, acting under
cover of his office, collected fines
cogte and bond money after makillg
Hall served as police In Chad-'
bourn for some two year. Prior to
going there he was employed In
Card Of Thanks
We wish to thank our many
friends and loved ones for the
many expressions of sympathy ex
tended to us in the loss of o jr
Mrs. Rufus Caj anjl family.
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