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In a formal candlelight cere
mony solemnized Saturday after
noon at four o'clock in the Presby
terian Church, Miss Mary Eliza
beth Middleton, daughter of Mrs.
William James Middleton and the
ate Mr. Middleton of Warsaw,
became the bride of John Frank
lin Moore, son of Mrs. Clarence
L. Moore and the late Mr. Moore
of Statesville. The Rev. Jerry M.
Newbold, pastor of the bride of
ficiated. Prior to the ceremony a program
of nuptial music was presented by
Miss Nell Bruckhaus, pianist, and
Mrs. Coite Ootson, soloist.
The bride was given in marriage
by her brother, James Middleton.
She wore a wedding gown of Duch
ess satin, princess styled, with full
skirt extending into a long train.
The fitted bodice wa"s pearled trim
med and the sweetheart neckline
was caught with pearl clips. Her
three-quarter length veil fell from
a coronet of pearlized orange bloss
oms. She carried a bouquet of white
carnations, centered with an orchid.
The matron of honor was Mrs. R.
C. Rich of Wilmington and the
bridesmaid was Miss Fannie Tho
mas of Warsaw. They wore white
taffeta gowns, fashioned with an
off-shoulder neckline, with softly
draped bertha. The full skirt ex
tended over hoops. Each carried a
cascade of red carnations. Their
headdresses were white tulle and
matching carnations. They wore
Clarence L. Moore of Statesville,
brother of the groom, was best
man. Ushers were Harry L. Moore
and Coite Dotson, both of States
ville and Edwin C. Winecoff of
Mrs. Middleton wore for her dau
ghter's wedding an aqua crepe
gown with pink roses. Mrs. Moore,
mother of the groom, wore plum
colored lace and white roses.
Following the ceremony the mo
ther of the bride entertained at an
informal reception at the home.
Green and white bridal colors were
used; White carnations, English
ivy and magnolia leaves provided
floral arrangements. Guests were
greeted by Mrs. Walter Bridges
and introduced to the receiving
line by Mrs. John Peirce. Mrs. J.
P. Harmon invited the guests into
the dining room where Mesdames
J. C. Page of Warsaw and B. B.
Bryan of Wilmington presided at
the dining table, They were assist
ed in serving by Mesdames W, M.
Buck, J. H. Hines and Ed Hines and
Miss Barbara Jen Thompson. Mrs.
R. L. Ker directed the guests to
the Bride's Book which was pre
sided over by Mrs. W. E. Hines and
Mrs. J. W. Farrior invited guests
into the gift room where Mrs. J. C.
Russ was presiding. Goodbyes were
said to Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dobson
After the reception the wedding
couple left for a bridal trip. For
traveling the bride wore a two
piece green gabardine suit with
brown accessories and the orchid
from her bridal bouquet.
Out-of-town people attending the
wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. B. B.
Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rich,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hanson, Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Huber Boyer, Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Hollingsworth, and Miss
es Helen Dobson, Rachel Riddick,
Margaret Page, Barbara Rivenbark,
Sylvia Spencer, Catherine Gard
ner, Charlotte Gardner, Messrs. C.
t,. Moore, Davis L. Dobson, Luther
Rogers and J. W. Walton, Jr., of
Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Moore, Statesville; Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Jordan, Mrs. Ben Hubbard
and Ben Jr. of Norfolk; Mr. and
' Mrs. C. B. Council, Mt. Olive; MJss
Lois Dobson, Miss Linda Dobson
and Mr. and Mrs. James Dobson of
Snow Hill; Miss Beth Early, Mrs.
W. D. Early, Roseboro; Mr. and Mrs.
- Tyson Y Dobson, Mrs. Lula Parker
and Mrs. Mattie Pickett Bradshaw,
Beulaville; Miss Jane Early, Fay
etteville; Yates Dobson, Jr. Chapel
Hill; and Mrs. P. K. Teachey of
Jerry Hollingsworth, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Hollingsworth
celebrated his 8th birthday Friday
afternoon when he entertained a
Vows Spoken In
' number of guests at a welner roast
at his home. The young people en
joyed roasted welners, toasted
marshmallows and received baloons
Miss Mary Susan Baars, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Baars cele
brated her 4th birthday Monday af
ternoon at a party held at her home
In the dining room paper scare
crows, witches and pats were sus
pended from the chandelier . over
the table which was centered with
a chocolate birthday cake, holding
four yellow candles, and the yellow
inscription "Happy Birthday".
Upon arrival punch was served
and after games were played Mrs.
Baars served ice cream and cake.
Miniature candy-filled pumpkins'
were given as favors. Mary Susan
received many lovely gifts from her
25 guests. Mrs. Baars was assisted
in serving by Mesdames John Frede
rick, Glenn Rollins and Hannah
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herring cele
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brated their 40th Anniversary on
Friday evening from 8 until 10 o'
clock at an Informal reception at
their home. ::'
Guests were greeted at the door
by Mr. and Mrs. Herring and Mrs.
M. C. Hopkins. Mesdames Belton
Mlnshew and Bessie Knowles pre
sided In the gift room. .
- The home was decorated in green
and white. Chrysanthemums pro
vided floral arrangements. The
lace covered dining table was cen
tered with a wedding cake surround
ed by English Ivy. Mss. Allen Drau-
ghon, Sr. presided at the punch
bowl and was 'assisted in serving
by Mesdames C. W. Hlnson and Ira
Ezzell. The honorees received many
beautiful gifts. Mrs. Herring wore
a corsage pf red roses for the occa
sion. About 50 people attended.
Miss Mary Middleton, bride-elect
of Warsaw, and Mrs. George Sut
ton, fecent bride of Mt. Olive, shar
ed honors Thursday evening when
Misses Nell Bruckhaus and Helen
Brown entertained at bridge in
their honor at the home of Mm.
L. S. Whittle.
The living and dining rooms were
decorated with white chrysanthe
mums. Mrs. J. H. Hines received a taf
feta cosmetic bag for high score
and Mrs. Bill Jackson a shower cap
for traveling. The hostesses pre
sented Mrs. Sutton an ice tea spoon
in her silver pattern and Miss Mid
, , BE SURE TO SEE THE
Donkey bse Call Game
dleton a relish dish In her chosen
pattern. The hostesses served heav
enly hash, bridal cakes and coffee.
Bags of bridal net holding rice
were given as favors..
The following is a list of promo
tions made recently by members
of Company M of the 119th Infantry
of. the N.C.N.G., Warsaw: J. F.
Strickland, 2nd Lt to 1st Lt., ef
fective Sept. SO; Henry Merritt, 2nd
Lt.' to 1st Lt, effective Oct 21,
1949. Effective Oct 1, 1949, Pvt
to Pfc. are: William T. Best, Grover
M. Hall Norman Jones, Arnold B.
Strickland, Ennls Tadlock, Lonnie
F. Thornton. Ret. to Pvt. .are: Geo
rge Bennett, Jr., Will C. Cottle,
William S. Farrior, Ronnie F. Hall,
Marcus W. Scott, Charles R. Todd,
William L. Waters. And Henry W.
Rivenbark, Pfc to Cpl., effective
Oct. 10, 1949.
The Warsaw Lions met Monday
night with S. W. Marrlner presid
ing. George Walston, Clarence
Shipp, L. G. Crumpler of Clinton
were present. Lion Shipp Invited
the Warsaw club to attend the Clin
ton meeting Nov. 4th.
On Monday night, Oct 31 the
local Lions will sponsor a Donkey
Ball Game in the ball park at 7:30
It was announced that the equip
ment for the School Boy Patrol had
arrived and had been presented.
Mrs. Henry Stevens, Jr. was hos
tess to a group of Warsaw women
Thursday afternoon for the pur
pose of organizing the Warsaw
Mrs. Hector McNeil was elected
president; Mrs. Sterling Marrlner,
secretary; and Mrs. R. E. Wall, trees
urer. The club plans to hold month
ly meetings. Mrs. Stevens served
pimento sandwiches, nut rolls and
coffee to the 16 ladles present
Mrs. Wilbur Garner entertained
her bridge lub at two tables Wed
nesday afternoon. Halloween deco
rations were used for the occasion;
Upon arrival the hostess served In
dividual chocolate pies, with whip
ped cream and coffee.
Mrs. L. S. Whittle received a
purse rack for high score and Mrs.
N. A. Mitchell a wall plaque for
The Good Samaritan Circle met
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Conrad Scott Mrs. G. S. Best
led the devotional. Mrs. Ira Ezzell
taught the .study book. The hostess
served sandwiches, cookies and
drinks to the 23 present.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Jones
announce the birth of a daughter,
Mary Cooper, Monday, October 24
in the Goldsboro Hospital.
- Mrs. 3. H. Hines entertained her
club at two tables of bridge Thurs
day afternoon st her home on the
A centerpiece of clematis deco
rated the dining table. A pair of
candle holders were given Mrs. W.
!.;,',, I ' ' '.. , . .,
M. Buck for high score, Mrs. Bill
Sheffield received stationery, for
traveling. During progressions Hal
loween candy and drinks were ser
ved and at the conclusion Mrs.
Hines served pineapple shortcake
Mrs. Belton Minshew was hos
tess to her club Tuesday night.
Fall flowers decorated the home.
Mrs. George Hopkins,, high scorer
for members was given crocheted
potholders. Visitor's high, station
ery, went to Miss Doris Dall. Low
score prize, luncheon napkins, was
won by Mrs. Marcel Rocque antl
Mrs. Billy Whitfield won a knife
holder rack for traveling. After the
first progression peanut-cream pat
ties and drinks were served and at
the conclusion the hostess served
pineapple upside down cake with
whipped cream and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Surratt spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph Surratt, Jr. in Winston-Salem.
Mrs. Allen Draughon, Sr., and
Miss Glenn Brown spent Monday
Mrs. P. M. Crumpler, Jr., and
children of Clinton spent Sunday
with Mr. and -Mrs. N. A. Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gulledge of
Carthage spent Sunday in the N.
A. Mitchell home. . t
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hines spent
Sunday with Mr. and- Mrs. F. W,
Oakes in Greenville. ' '
The Lanfleld H. D. Club met
with Miss Sadie Bennett Thursday
afternoon. The hostess served sand
wlches, cookies and orange drinks
to the 19 present.
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Vhal USO Means
To give some idea of what 240
USO Clubs means to our young
men and women away from home
in this country and overseas, here
is the report of one single Club, in
Fayetteville for a period of three
months as follows: .
From Eugene J. Bergman, Club
Director of USO on Hay Street, his
operating committee showed a total
attendance at the club of 34,491'.
These men stationed at Ft Bragg
(in some cases with their young
wives and Children) also away from
their home towns, received-47,775
services of various kinds.
Over 12,000 attended the planned
programs such as dances, movies,
games, lectures .and hostess hours,
while 10,776 used the many differ
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Another 4,313 take advantage , oi
the -checking and packaging facili
ties, mailing and shopping services,
with writing desks and reading ma
terial being in greatest demand.
' The total attendance for the first
three quarterly periods of USO
reactivation in this one club reach
ed and attendance of 98.642 service
men and their families who have
visited the Hap Street operation.
There are . 176 full-scale USO
CJubs in operation, with a total of :
240, scheduled to be In action by '
Dec. 31, 1949. The above report
from one club Indicates the need
and the merits of the newly active-
ted USO welfare program t j
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