IllE DUPLIN TIMES
FRIDAY, KOVERiSCa 18th 194ft
. 1 Tha Clinton chapter ot tha N. C.
lrdresser met in BUl'f Beauty
bop in Clinton Monday nlgbt with
Irs, Cleo Hobbs, vie president.
residing. Mist Margaret Hairr and
Ira. Bill Odora were on the jro-
. .ram, ,,- :. v'.".rv..-. ;.v;.;
j Officer! for the year were elected
Mt follow: Mrs. Cleo Hobbs of War
saw, president; Mrs, W. B. Croom of
Garland, vice president; Mrt. JUk
cille Bass, Clinton, recording secre
tary; Miss Julia Botesky, Warsaw,
orrepondlng secretary; Mrs. BUI
Jdom Clinton, treasurer.
: The- following coramUtsA ahaJr
nen were .appointed: Membership,
,eadle B. SpeUj Program, Marga
et Hairr; Publicity, Gladys Lind
ay; Recreation, Lucille Bass. : -
(M the conclusion a snort social
as held at which time Miss Doro-
hy Renfrow, bride-elect, was re
icmbertd with piece of silver
a bet chosen pattern; Mrs. Cleo
lobba, hostess, served eoeoanut
ake and coffee. The meeting ad
ourned after plana to meet for the
annual Christmas dinner at White
Lake on December 10th. ; ' , r . .
0th grades; Mrs. Ida Katx, Mrs. 3.
N. West, Mrs. Ralph Jones and the
teachers of the 10th, 11th, and 12th
grades. Finance Committee: Mrs.
Graham Phillips, Mrs. L. & Whittle,
Miss Helen Brown and Miss Nell
Bruchhaus. Best Boom Committee:
Mrs. J. W. Farrior, Mrs. John Pel
roe. J. P. Harmon and Mrs. N. A.
Mrs. Paul Potter announced a
meeting of the Grammar School
Grade mothers and teachers to be
held Monday afternoon at Jo'clock
at-the Grammar School, i.
fl The Warsaw PTA heard Dr. Xe
'ind. Wood Tuesday night when he
addressed parents and teachers. Dr.
Vood is secretary- ot the Federal
Council of Allied Churches. His
topic was "Cooperation Between
School and Home", stressing fam-
!y life. He was introduced by Mrs,
J. M JVewbotd.
5 Mrs. H. R. Hipp presided at the
neeting and Mrs. Kewoold gave the
evotionaL Mrs. M. A. Smith acted
s secretary. '
f Mrs. J. C. Thompson gave a re-
ort on the Halloween Carnival.
Ire. Fred Bears announced 1 that
is PTA would sponsor a Christmas
axaar Saturday. Dee and.
1 Projects planned, by the nigh
chool grade mothera and teachers
cre discussed and Mrs. N. A. Mit-
heu, chairman, appointed the foi
owing committees: School ground,
lost WadUna, chairman, H. J. Mo
;ec, co-chairman; Mrs. Hector Uc-
1 all. Garden Club; Mrt.' J. P. Bar
.on, BAPWCr Mr. J. C. Thomp-
ion. Rotary 'Club; Sterling Man-in-
Llona Club; Lee' Brown, Jay-
and Wooorow Blackourn(t
American Legion. Becreation Com
thlttee: Mrs. J. C. Thompson, Mrs.
B, H. Davis, Mrs .David Carlton.
Mr. and Mi Hto Bruchhaua of
Elton" &. announce - the engage-
ment of their daughter. Nell, to Mr.
William James Mlddleton. son of
Mrs. w. J. Mlddleton and the late
Mr. Mlddleton of Warsaw. The wed
ding to take place December 24th
in Elton.' Miss Bruchhaui is now
teaching piano in Warsaw.
Jr. Music Club
GOOD TASTE IN HATS
The Warsaw Junior Music Club
held its first meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mlas Joy
ce Whittle, with Counselor, Miss
Nell Bruchhaus, presiding.
The meeting opened with group
singing the National Federation
Junior Hymn, followed by the Jun
ior Pledge and Collect. The follow
ing officers were elected: Betty
West, president; Mary Elizabeth
Packer, . vice-president; -Shirley
Blanchard, secretary; Billy Wlggs,
treasurer, and Betty Phillips, re
The group enjoyed several piano
Miss Bruchhaus discussed the
life of Ferde Grofe and played, a
recording of ha famous "Grand
Canyon Suite" and the first move
ment of "Concerto in A Minor" by
. After singing favorite songs re
freshments were served to the 30
members and the meeting closed
with singing of the "Star Spangled
Syndic CROP Train Assembled
WASHINGTON, D. C If he ever felt compelled to eat his hat, this
patient at Bethesda Naval Hospital here wouldn't mind H so much
garlanded aa It is with crisp radishes and a candy rabbit. The stunt waa
part of a hat-trimming party put on for patients by the American The
ater Wing working through the District of Columbia Bed Cross Chap
tor's Entertainment and Instruction Service.
who spoke on "Family Life" to the
21 members and two visitors.
The WS of CS met Monday even
ing in the Sallle E. Johnstone class
room. Mrs. G. P. Prldgen presided.
Mrs. C. B. Best led the devotional.
The program' was given by Mrs. Q.
J. Sutton and Mrs. J. C. Thompson.
There were 14 present .
Dr. Leland Wood, Counselor for
united Churches, was guest speak
er Monday evening at the regular
meeting of the Warsaw Lions Club.
;nd the teachers of the 7th, 8th. and J. C. Page introduced the speaker
. Mr. and Mrs. Fentress H. Chap
pell of Norfolk, Va., announce the
birth of a daughter, Martha LaRue.
November 8, 1040, Leigh Memorial
Hospital. Mrs. Chappell is the for
mer Miss Martha Quinn of Warsaw.
Circle No. 1 of the WS of CS met
at the Methodist Church Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. S. J. Powell
presiding and giving the devotional.
Seven members were present. The
study course "We the People of
the Ecumentical Church" was giv
en by Mrlt" Powell.' Mrs.- Claude
Best gave an article on World
Christians Organization at Amster
Circle No. 2 met at the home of
Mrs. Q. J. Sutton. Mrs. R. L. Cross-
no gave the devotional and Mrs. J.
C. Thompson gave the study. Mrs.
Henry Rivenbark assisted. A bibli
cal game contest was held and Mrs.
M. A. Smith won. The hostess ser
ved pineapple cake and coffee t'o
the 14 present.
Circle No. 3 met on Tuesday
night in the home of Mrs. J. A.
Rackley with 15 present and Mrs.
Milton West and Mrs. Robert L.
West giving the devotional. Mrs.
Park Pridgen gave the Bible Study
on Our Faith. The hostess served
congealed salad, hot coffee, nuts
A miniature Christian Rural Over
seas Program (CROP) train symbol
izing the farm products to be sent
to overseas needy from Duplin
County has been assembled in the
Bank in Kenansville.
, A boxcar from this miniature
train will be sent to the state CROP
office, as our county fills each rail
road car with commodities for
Later, the cymbolic trains from
all over America will be joined in
to one spectacularly long National
CROP Friendship Train. Then the
National Train will be re-assembled
Into shorter trains. There will
be sent to overseas agencies of
Catholic Rural Life, Church World
Service, Lutheran Relief, and other
church groups which distribute
CROP food and fiber according to
the donors' church designation.
The Duplin County's farm com
modities will be distributed to the
hungry, aged, orphaned and re
fugees in Europe, Asia and Middle
East It is distributed under church-
supervision and without regard to
race, creed or nationality.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
There has been only 3 schools to
report on the enrollment service.
Those reporting were B. F. Grady
School, Calypso Colored School and
Teachey Colored School.
The U. D. C. will meet Tuesday
afternoon in the home of Mrs.
J. W. Mlddleton with Mesdames J
W. Farrior. Charles Reaves and R.
C. Prldgen as joint hostesses. Mrs.
H. L. Stevens, Jr. will give a paper
on "Sons of the South, Who Won
Distinction in World Wars 1 and 2."
CONDENSED. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
D5AIICH BOOT AMD TRUST COMPANY
"The Safe Executor"
At the Close of Business November 1, 1949
"Cash an Due from Blinks ; $ 16,839,754.88
United States Government
Obligations of Federal Agencies 5,553,271.32
State, County and Municipal
V Securities 6990,140.24
r Total Bonds at Cost Less
, V Valuation Reserves.... 76,464,646.82
Loans and Discounts ....C.:.;....r.. 5,814,800.31 .
. Accrued Interest and Other Assets 548,226.22
Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures - t
, and Real Estate 396,926.02
; . U $100,064,354.25
Attend B&PW Meet
Those attending the B&PW dist
rict meeting at Southern Pines on
Thursday were: r Mesdames J. P.
Harmon, president Warsaw-Kenans
ville club: D. L. Carlton, treas
Avon Sharpe, R. L. West, and Miss
es Helen Brown and Mary Alice
The Katie Murray Circle met on
Monday night at the home of Mrs.
Myrtle Swlnson with Mrs. Doris
Peeler, co-hostess. Miss Alma Suggs
led the devotional and gave the
program. Mrs Peeler taught the
study book. Mrs. L. O. Williams
presided. The hostesses served sand
wlches .cookies and coffee.
The Annie Kate Powell Circle
met Monday night with Mrs. Mo-
man Barr. Mrs. A. L. Humphrey
preside Mrs. Graham Phillips
Capital Stock Common ...... .1 ..... .$
Capital Stock Preferred
Reserves .. : v 1,047,211.35
Other Liabilities ...... J....
Unearned Discount and Accrued Interest
gave the study on "Moslem Lands".
Mrs. Bill Vann completed the book
"Sallle Bailey Jones". Mrs. Barr
served cake and coffee.
Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. John
Mlddleton Monday afternoon. Mrs.
S. J. Powell presided and led the
devotional. Two chapters were
taught from the study book by Mrs.
Powell and Mrs. C. B. Best. Pecan
pie with whipped cream, pickles
and cold drinks were served to the
Circle No. 2 met at the home of
Mrs. Q. J. Sutton with Mrs. Frank
Hobbs, hostess. Mrs. J. C. Thomp
son presided and taught a chapter
of the study book; Mrs. Henry Riv
enbark also taught a chapter. Mrs.
M. A. Smith won the biblical con
test. Pineapple cake and coffee
were served to 14 present.
Circle No. 3, met with Mrs. James
Rackley. Mrs. J. M. West presided.
Mrs. G. P. Pridgen led the de
votional. MesdamesMilton West,
Robert West and Pridgen taught
the study book. Reception salad,
sliced nut roll," pecans and coffee
were served to ten present.
The Singing School at Snow Hill
Free Will Baptist Church, near
Scotts Store will continue through
Nov. 25th. These meetings are held
each evening at 7 o'clock. Every
one is invited.
The HDC will meet with Mrs.
Elmo Blizzard Monday afternoon,
Nov. 21st. All members are asked
to be present. Visitors are welcome.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker pent
Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Jones and chlldien In Wen
dell. Miss Sallie Outlaw visited Miss
Essie Mae Outlaw at Wadesboro
during the week end.
Several club women attended the
Achievement Day program in Ke
The AUW held its regular meet
ing in the home of Mrs. Henry
Parker Saturday afternoon with a
good attendance. Mrs. Leroy Sim
mons presided and called the meet
ing to order with devotional and
song. Following business Mrs. Lot
tie Berger presenter the program.
Adjournment followed. A social
hour was enjoyed with refreshments.
Hostess for the December meet
ing will be Mrs. Luther Outlaw and
Mrs. I. B. Sutton.
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