North Carolina Newspapers

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Versav And Faison Defeated
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The Annie ' Kit Powell Circle
,t Monday night la the noma of
i e. c Jones with Mrs. Herman
iv illlngfworth, cohostess.
Mn A. L. Humohrey presided.
M".m Hora Blackmore f ava the pro-
-m and Urt. B1U Vann tauKht
the study book. During business a
weiner roast was planned for the
Junior B. Al'a on Tuesday after
Doon sponsored by the circle.
Th hostesses served apple pie
wtttla. ice cream and coffee to' thelB
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Praughon. Sr. Mrs. David Cham-
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are Uih pressure steam cured and
stored wider eover so Uwure pro-
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erasing. ,
Smith Concrete
Kinston, N. C. Phone 3412
DupJU MereaaUle Company
. Kenansvllle, N. C. , ;
L J. Baadlfai Company
BeuUrlUe, N. C.
We Build Te A Standard -
Not Te A Price
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jQood looting . . good listenir j
Good Bun!
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'A Joy to BC0...itf firurdy moulded caLlnet it tet'oii kandgomely
hy mi Mgy-to-tune "Sweep Station" dial o( clear lucite. A pleas
ure to Iicr..;Motorola'fl tuilt-in "Aerovane" loop antenna,
improved miniature tuocg and a net at odiej.- f-ireg acnieve
. Oolden VoiceTtone quality. Makogany or ivory B.. . . lite cabinet
come an ..... . ie it . 1 . . near 5 "?lav
ben presided and led the devo
tionala. Mrs. Draughon presented
the program. Bin. N. A. Mitchell
and Mrs-. Allen Draughon, Jr. tau
ght the study book. The hostess
served an attractive pie plate with
leaf-shaped cheeses and acorn ch
eeses topped with pecans to the 12
Bridge Club
. Mrs. Milford Qulnn entertained
her bridge club Friday afternoon at
her home where two tables were in
play. The home was attractively
decorated with dahlias. Mrs. E. E.
Jones received high score prise,
Mrs. Robert Lewis second high and
Mrs. Jones also won prise for trav
eling. Upon arrival the hostess ser
ved cake and drinks. During pro
gressions drinks and nuts were served.'-,'.".;';;;;;
Mrs. Laughton Albertson was
hostess to her club Wednesday eve
ning at her home. Mrs. E. E. Jones
was ..high score winner and also
won traveling prize. Mrs. Bonnie
Thomas won visitor's high prize.
During the game the hostess ser
ved drinks and potato sticks and
at the end she served a chicken
sasad plate.
Mrs. E. E. Jones entertained her
bridge club Tuesday evening at her
home. Dahlias were used for deco
ration. Two tables were In play.
' Mrs. Bonnie Thomas received
high score prize, Mrs. George Hop
kins low; visitor's high prize to
Mrs. George Clark and traveling
prise went to-Mrs. Forest Martin.
Drinks, nuts and potato sticks
were served during the game and
at the conclusion cake with whipped
cream and coffee were served.
Wednesday afternoon J. B. Hud
son of Mr. and Mrs. Estol Hudson
celebrated his 10th birthday with
a party at his home. After games
the guests were invited into the
dining room where a yellow and
table radio ty
green cake, holding 10 pink cand
les centered the table. Mesdames
D. J. Rivenbark and tarson Pear
sail assisted Mrs. Hudson in ser
ving Ice cream, cake and drinks to
the little guests.'
The host received many attract
ive and useful gifts.
The B&PWC of Warsaw will at
tend Church services in a group at
the Methodist Church Sunday morn
ing Oct. 8th. Members are request
ed to assemble in front of the chur
ch prlo to the service.
Hole Oi.Thanks
Mr. and Mrs.' Estol Hudson wish
to thank their many friends for the
kindness shown them during their
recent illness.
Returns From Tour
M -. and Mrs. R. E. Wall returned
Wednesday after atwo month tour
of western Europe. They made the
first crossing on the HMS Queen
Elizabeth and returned on the
HMS Queen Mary.
Hard Fall
Arthur- Minshew, two-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Belton Minshew
is recuperating from the loss of
two front teeiir'as a result of a fall
at his home Tuesday night. The
teeth were forced back into the
gums and embedded so that they
had to be removed.
Jr. RA.sMeet
The Jr. R. A.'s met Friday after
noon with their leader Mrs. Estol
Hudson. There were no program
and the boys worked on their ranks.
Sutton - Miller
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller an
nounce the marriage of their dau-
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(liter Martha Anne to George' VdrV
non Sutton on Saturday, October
1, 1840, Warsaw. N. C. ; f 'W
The above announcement will be
of Interest to the many friends of
Miss Martha Anne. The wedding
was an event of Saturday evening
pert ormen In the Warsaw Methodist
parsonage by the Rev. B. X. Cross
no at 8:43 o'clock in a simple and
private ceremony in the presence
of only a few members of the fam
ily. '
Mrs. L. S. Whittle attended ber
sister as matron sf honor and Mr.
Whittle served as beet man.
For her wedding the bride chose
a brown gabardine suit with which
she wore forest green accessories
and a shoulder corsage of white
Since her graduation from War
saw High School Mrs. Sutton has
been affiliated with the Western
Union Telegraph Co. In Wilming
ton, the Carolina Telephone and
Telegraph Co. in Warsaw and cur
rently with the Duplin Theatre.
Mr. Sutton is associated with
the Wilson Motor Co. In Mt. Olive
where the young couple will make
their bame upon return from a
wedding trip in western North Car
olina. , .
Mrs. Lola P. Garner has taken
an apartment in the home of Mrs.
Myra H. Carlton.
Six cases of drunk and disorderly
conduct were tried In Mayor's
Court over the week end..
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Dale, Mrs.
Alley Hart and Miss Elizabeth Hart
of Kinston spent Sunedy with Mr.
and Mrs. Graham Phillips. u-.
Mr. W. R. Blackmore spent the
week end with Mr., and Mrs. Frank
Blackmore in Winston-Salem, -y
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers and
Thomas, Jr. of Red Springs sHent
Friday night in Warsaw ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mitchell spent
Sunday in Fairmont. H
Mrs. Lynn Harton of Goldsboro
spent Monday with her parents); Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Williams.
Mr. Frank .Bradley of Brooklyn
spent last week with his sister -Mrs.
E. E. Jones. Mr. Jones, his family
and guest spent Sunday in WUming
ton and Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter and
Joyce spent Tuesday In Wilming
ton. . , :
Mrs. Annie Greene of Concord
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Stacy Brttt , t .
Miss Mildred. Hamilton of Con
cord and Miss Vera 'Hamilton of
Raeford visited la Warsaw over tne
week end. ' " '
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W. n. Cruie, A
; Wallace 11, ML OUve .
Wallace kept its fotbaU slate un
blemished Friday afternoon with a
Sl-0 victory over Mt OUve In Mt.
Olive for Its fourth straight, win
of the season. '
' All three touchdowns came on a
ground attack. Fullback Jimmy Her
ring went off guard for 64 yards,
followed later by a 49 yard dash
by Tailback Billy James, who ran
over fdr the two extra points, scored
the third touchdown on a 7 yard
run. and then added the extra point
Outstanding oh defense for the
winners were Ends Cecil Register
and Roger Ackerman, Tackle Al
bion English. Halfback Eugene Da
vis stood out for Mt. OUve on of
fense and defense.
Smithfleld Topples Warsaw
The Smithfleld gridders racked
up a 10-0 victory over Warsaw in
Wsrsaw's home field Friday night
with Halfback Tommy Medlln spar
king the Smithfleld win.
Smithfield scored in the first
quarter when Fullback Ed Fuller
ploughed over from the 1 yard line.
The next touchdown drive came In
the third period when Bruce Wll
kens went over from the Warsaw
10. Near the end of the game, Med
lin tallied the final score when he
went 17 yards around right end for
the goal line.
Smithfield led Warsaw in first
downs, 14-6.
CUntMS 46, Faison
Clinton got off to a quick start
by scoring 20 points in the first
period and then went on to grind
out a 46-0 victory over Faison in
Clinton last Friday night
Red Corbett scored three of the
touchdowns, and Dickie Bethune
also got three. Richard Daughty got
one. The longest run of the game
was made by Corbett who returned
an intercepted pass 60 yards for a
touchdown. Leon Brock kicked the
tour extra points.
In the Sept. 1840 issue of Wild
life In North Carolina the opening
of the 1848-50 duck season was er-
Mrs. Laughton Albertson spent
Tuesday in Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. Eccles Prldgen, Mrs.
C. J. Brown and sons of Norfolk,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Sholars of
Rich Square spent last week end
with Mrs. G. P. Prldgen and attend
ed the Duplin Story.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert West and
Mrs. H. F. Lee Jr. attended the
N. C. - Ga. game at Chapel Hill on
C3HH TTdDTUwr- TTolbacco
'Owned and Operated
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The Place To Sell
If You Have Hot Proved This To Yourself
You Can Satisfy Yourself By One Sale
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roneously listed as November 20.
This should have been November
28. as the season opens officially
at noon on Now. 28.
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Ser
vice has issued an appeal to dove
hunters to turn in any bands they
might find on doves killed during
the open season. Each has a serial
number which corresponds to lo
cation of the place the bird was
banded, and information gained is
Important to dove management.
As a special incentive to turn in
bands cash prizes are given to cer
tain band numbers.
More than 2,500 doves have Daen
banded in North Carolina, and it
is believed that many of these
doves will be killed in the Tar Heel
state this year.
Next Door To Henderson & Crumpler Clinic
Cosmetics, Drug Sundries, Stationery
Toiletries, Candies, Magazines
Registered Druggist To
Fill Your Prescriptions
Your U Ap-jre.-hUd
by Charlie Herring
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jwi wuichuum;
Tobacco At The
F. Urady becUon, sales Manager
That old saw about opportunity
saeet be revised. The new version
ia Opportunity Knocks but Once
Weak. Every payday you hare
the opportunity to do something
about ttOM thins yom want in the
fatnre. All It takes is a little slice
of that paycheck invested regularly
ia U. S. Savings Bonds. There are
two ways to make that future
ant ill P the Payroll Savings Plan
where you work or, If elf-employed,
the Bond-a-Month Plan
where you bank. In ten rears,
every 15 Invested brings back 14.
U.S. Tnuuir Dtptttmnt
Claude Banks, Book Man
. Osborne Mallard, Floor Mgr.
Jchn Booth, Night Man
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