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CZIJAKGVILLE, HC7.111 CAROLINA
Mis Ruby Harrison of Mt. Olive
and Kinston and R. T. Blackburn,
Jr. of Warsaw were married in a
private ceremony held on Friday
afternoon, August S, in Kinston.
The ceremony, witnessed by close
relatives, took place at the Baptist
Parsonage with Rev. Howard G.
. Daw kin officiating.
The couple was unattended. The
bride wore a white suit with white
accessories and wore an orch d
Mrs. blackburn is tne daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harrison of
Mr. Blackburn is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Blackburn of War
saw. He attended the Warsaw
Schools and is now part owner and
operator of the Service Oil Co.
Ice Cream Party
The Youth Fellowship group led
by E. 3. Peterson were entertained
at an ice cream party Wednesday
night at the church. Games were
enjoyed led by Rev. J. M. New
bold. Banana ice cream and cookies
A general meeting of the WSof
CS was held Monday night at the
Methodist church. Mrs. G. P. Prid
C n presided. Mrs. S. J. Powell op
ened the meeting with prayer. The
topic was given by Mrs. Q. J. Sut
ton. There were twelve present.
Qn Sunday, July 31, the following
resolution was passed jointly by
the Elders and Deacons of the War
saw Presbyterian Church. A copj
of this resolution was given to
each member of the congregation
at the morning worship service cn
Sunday, August 7th.:
THAT WHEREAS, on the 19th
day of March, 1922, Henry, Street
Kornegay, by profession, became a
member of the Warsaw Presbyter
ian Church, and as such devoted
hii time, energy and talents to ihe
work of the Church and cause ,
AND WHEREAS, by reason of
his splendid and devoted services
to the Church and hir. untiring ef
forts in performing each and ever;
task and rliMy requested or assigned
to him, tiie congregation of the
church realized that his service
was above duty and as a reward of
his faithful service, Henry Street.
Kornegay was elected by the said
congregation of the Warsaw Pres
byterian Church on June 21, 1936.
a deacon, which said office he held
until his death on June 22, 1949;
AND WHEREAS, Henry Street
Kornegay was always enthusiastic
in his work and service for the
cause of the Lord, and was ready
and willing at all times to give of
his talents, energy and substance
whenever he was called upon or
whenever he thought it was necess
ary, and when misfortune by the
loss of two children came into his
family, he and Mrs, Kornegay, as
a fitting memorial to their deceased
iogd ones, purchased and gave th
Baptismal Fount, which now re
poses and is being used near the
pulpit of the auditorium;
AND WHEREAS, Henry Street
Kornegay was a man of high intell
ect, successful in business, and ex
cellent father and husband, true
servant of the Lord, .and, a devoted
member, attendant and officer cf
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SI??tr?SKPEtt CLIPS' BUBBEB BANDS, PAMPHLETS,
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-" BRING OR MAIL YOUR ORDER ' ;
This nouw Iuk meabedxooini
and weU-pla cttvl am
to oroviae pitnix w "ri
r w. J.JMiail KlVnia
Dion Mn. 711.
Overall width of tin taw it M
feet A efoot lot or a 80-foot cor-
sauare feet and th cubic content
Sufro square teat, figures use
ful in estimating approximate oon-
Exterior sidewalk; would be ot
wood or cinder block, painted
white. The architect recommends
a root o fire-resistant asphalt
ihlngles, offering the owner a
i.u. nf colors for enhanc
ing the attractiveness of his noma.
mi., luring Mim-dlnlns? room
tombination forms th nucleus of
the home, and tta madoni i ter
race is convenient for outdoor
living. The kitchen Is readily ac
cessible to the utility room and
the Warsaw Presbyterian Church
and Sunday School, the officers of
the Church feel that a resolution
be passed in recognition and as a
memorial of his fine fellowship
and service in the Lord;
NOW, THEREFORE, be it re
solved that a resolution of respect
be passed commending the life of
Henry Street Kornegay for his val
iant service to the Lord, his untir
ing effort for his Church and Sun
day School, for his . splendid ser
vice as an officer of the Church ar-d
in recognition of the fine principles
by which he lived, and his great
work as a father, husb.ind and
Be it further resolved that a copy
of this resolution be sent to hi;
widow, a copy be spread upon the
records of the Church, and a cop .
be filed with the Clerk of the Ses
sion. Dona at Warsaw, N. C. this 31st
day of July, 1949.
E. Walker Stevens, Chairman
John M. Peirce, Senior
M. V. Orr
J. M. Newbold, Pastor .
J. M. Williams, Clerk of Sessions
D. E. Best, chmn Bd of Deacons
Mrs. J. F. Strickland entertained
her club and additional guests on
Thursday afternoon, at a surprise
shower honoring Mrs. Edwin Shef
field, the home was beautifully
decorated. Upon a stroller banked
with sweetpeas and fern containing
gifts for the honoree was presented
to Mrs. Sheffield.
Mrs. Charles Sheffield, club high
winner, received a blue tea pot.
Mis. Ralph Best; Jr. was given a
crystal vase for visitor's high and
Mrs. nick Kerr a wall plaque for
'.raveling. During the came grape
juice-pineapple nectar was served.
House Has Plenty of Spaca
1 , - -1 - - 1 I M 1 I 1 6.R. I
the garage and contains a built-in
breakfast set Cupboard spaoa In
the kitchen la abundant
A an economy measure, ni
basement is eliminated and ra
diant heating is provided. How-
The hostess served congealed
fruit salad, krispy squares and rltz
crackers to her guests.
Pv.ight Smith son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hopton Smith celebrated his
Stli birthday Thursday afternoon
with a party on the lawn. The host
displayed his gifts brought by the
young guests present. White birth
day cake with pink and green deco
rations holding five candles center
ed the table from which ice cream,
cake, potato chips, suckers and
oranfe juice was served.
Mayor W. K. Currie and city offi
cials are advocating next week as
Clean-lp Week for the town of
Warsaw. Residents are urged to co
operate by cutting down weeds, de
stroying waste paper and cleaning
up vacant lots. Any accumulation of
trash will be picked up upon - re
quest by the c'ty trash truck- War
saw has its share of natural beauty
but it cannot be fully appreciated
for the dense growth of weeds and
debris that has accumulated during
the summer. Dwellers are asked to
set their garbage cans on the street
on certain days of each, week and
it will be collected on those day
In this way garbage can be collected
more efficiently by the time gavel
in driving in and out of each yeard.
A schedule has been provided ai;d
is as follows:;.'- -,j:. !:'
Monday morning '- Streets -west
of Railroad; Monday afternoon -East
College and Bay St.; Tuesday
-W- . -mm-. . - ... ;. ..f
J jj L u 'iJ':
Miuld bo btua
it if desired.
4 f U M
m avftiiftk man if
Mh.G Piank. Hill and Holly Sts.
iviniAv - East Chelly. North
and Hicks Sts.; Thursday - Pine,
Herring and Gum Sts.
The Warsaw Rotary Club held
its regular meeting Thursday night
t tne ballpark when a barbeeue
inner was served. Town and coun
ty official and many other myWedl
guests were 'preatim. . v.,
son presided. '
Warsaw Schools .
L Warsaw Public Schools U1 open
Thursday, August 25th . beginning
with half day sessions for the first
few days as stated by Principal J.
The faculty list is complete with
two exceptions one sixth grade
teacher and another teacher to be
hired, depending upon the number
of first graders enrolled. A Libra
rian will be employed in the event
there are enough teachers to take
care of the classes.
High School faculty is as fol
lows: J. P. Harmon, Math.; H. J.
McGee, Hist - Eng.; and basketball
coach; Miss Alma Suggs, Science;
Mrs. Doris Peeler, Eng. French;
Allen Draughan, Math. - Book
keeping, football coach; Mrs. Kath
leen Snyder, Home Ec.; and Miss
Nell Bruchbaus, Piano. -
Grammar-School: Mrs. Mary S.
Farrior and Miss Helen Brown, 8th;
Mrs. Virginia Penny and Mr Es
teUe Peirce, 7th; Mrs. Edna Mc
Lamb, 6th; Mrs. H. J. McGee, and
Mrs. L. Peterson, 8th; Miss Nora
Blackmore, and Mrs. Macon Holl
Ingsworth, 4th; Mrs. Elizabeth Page
and Miss Lenora Womack, 3rd; Miss
Nell Bowden and Mrs. Lena Carl
ton, 2nd; Miss Maggie Bowden and
Mrs.,V. A. Standi, 1st grade,
i Mrs. Myrtle Swinson will man
age the, lunch room.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Prldgen
Tm gaei i
..- , - - A . -.-
Id aatarfasa way s
J, et detng thtor tokart to
trae here in Nt Cara, the
birthplace et VirfinU Dare, Ike
rsl white ehlU ben m AsMrka.
BzacristMe has awerel tkat aay
daaieeratie prlnelale "ef thf '
peeple, ky the feJe, fat tiw
eeopla," ie the ta4 si
preteeUng an4 pittm- I mm
penonal Kb"-'sm ac j t .Z.m.
Im tbls ' r--"' " - - -Oe.-
; , y:
of Fayetteville announce the birth
of a daughter, Frances John, on
July 87th in Highsmlth Hospital.
Mrs. Prldgen is the former Miss
Frances Hair of Fayettelvlle. ,,
' v'.y;' .. ,,
X Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Bodges
of Richmond, Vs., announce the
Urth af a son, Charles Christopher
HI, on Wednesday. August 3, at
Grace Hospital, Richmond. Mrs.
is the former Mis Martha Jones,
daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. R. 3.
Jones. Mr. Hodges was formerly
employed at Quinn-McGowen Co.
On August 7, Mrs. D. L. Whitman
of FayetUvUle and Mrs. Cecil West
brook of B. F. Grady were honored
at a surprise birthday dinner given
by their parent Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Herring of Warsaw. .
A delicious picnic dinner was
spread. Twenty -two members of the
family were present to enjoy the
tempting birthday cake. The hon
oree feceived.nany nice ana use-
Mrs. C. A. Godbold returned on
Saturday from James Walker Hos
plUl where she had been a patient
for ten days. ;
Wilbur Clark, ; Sute Highway
Commissioner and Lewis Whitfield,
Chief Engineer, both of Fayette
ville were luncheon guests Monday
of Mr. and Mrs.( G. D. Bennett
These executives attended a meet
ing of the Board of County Com
missioners Monday V afternoon.
While in Warsaw they discussed
paving possibilities, namely - high
way 117 through the Pine St ex
tension. . V. . V: -
Miss Margery Thomas has re
turned from Raleigh where she at
tended the wedding of Miss Doro
thy Singletary to Mack Perry, Jr.
Saturday night Miss Thomas was
honorary bridesmaid and was a
guest at social events given for
the bridal party ,
The Mineral Springs H. D. Club
will have a barbecue chicken sup
per Saturday evening at 6 o'clock
at the home of Silvio Pecora in
Bowden, Mrs. Elvin Carter will
Winfie'd Kornegay has returned
from the Goldsboro Hospital,
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Frederick cf
Lexington, Ky. are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Frederick,
Mrs. R. E. L. Wheeless came Fri-
jjarjrisjUBg. hi Roanoke Jtap-
rjQg sor some time: i
Ser. and Mrs. G. Van Stephens
spent Tuesday in Warsaw.
Miss Anne Hule student at Pine
land, spent the week end at home.
Mayor W. E. Currie and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Prldgen and family at
tended the Adams Reunion in Rose
Miss Becky Mullens, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mullens has
returned from Dr. Sidbury's Baby
Hospital and is doing nicely.
Miss Maggie Chambers shopped
.'n Kinston Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones and
family have returned from Buffalo,
N. Y. where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Francis Oakes spent Mon
day and Tuesday in Raleigh.
Miss Elizabeth West daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. West has re
turned from Gloucester where she
spent the summer with her grand
mother, Mrs. Laura Fuliord.
Mrs. J. P. Sogers and daughter
of Smlthfield spent the Week with
Mrs. R. C. Prldgen.
Miss Joyce Jones is attending a
houseparty in Chadbourn.
- Mrs. S. A. Jones has returned
from visiting her sister Mrs. P. M.
Mangum in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mallard
left , Tuesday for Raleigh -where
they will nuke their home.
Miss Peggy Mitchell is attending
a houseparty at White Lake, the
guest of Miss Joyce Howell of Clin
Mrs. N. A. Mitchell has returned
from Wadesboro where sfce spent
A newly developed typewriter
ribbon permits easy correction ot
errors with use of a special liquid
made for the purpose.
THE AMERICAN WAY
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MISS BKOWER LUCILLE DIXON,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ever
ette J. Dixon of Mount Olive, N, C.
whose engagement to Warren David
Strickland, son of Mr, and Mrs.
The Charles K Gavin Post No.
127, of the American Legion will as
sist all veterans in applying for
their National Service Life Insu
This Post in the near future will
have .the necessary applications
which veterans will have to make
tp the VA to get their NSH divi
dends. Every veteran who held his
NSLI policy 90 days or more will
have a refund Coming to him. The
VA expects to pay out approxima
tely $2,800,000,000 in these refund-.
Payment per -veteran are expected
to average about $175 according to
the VA. On this basis North Carol
ina's 400,000 veterans will receive
$70,000,000 In cash refunds. ;
. This Post will do everything it
can to locate veterans who are elgi-
ble for the NSLI refund and will
help every veteran in this lo-nlity
to obtain his NSUrfPf und check.
See or write" the Commwder,
Charles R. Gavin Tost No. 127, I
Warsaw, N. C.
r for Styk,
Vcjr son's at the head,of the class in smart,
for boys and youths!,KnitJplflt7macle of fine
quality, f astloLyarns reinforced toes and
v heelsT Fc7gcKdJcictt Worand save
- damingrechoose'y6ur son t "school sox
1 -i s
M. B. Strickland, Clinton, Route 1,
is announced by. her parents. . The
wedding will take place September
16, at Bear Marsh Baptist Church.
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