Shop In Warsaw Thurs., Fri., Sat, Dou
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blaokburn
of Warsaw announce tbi birth of
a daughter, Jim Lm, on Tuesday,
Feb. 31 In JamM Walker Hospital
Mother and shild hava returned
to their home near Warsaw.
' Mrs. Emerson Jones and Mrs.
. Bonnie Thomas were hostesses on
. Tuesday evening when they enter
tained their bridge club and three
additional tables at the homo of
Club high went to Mrs. Marcel
Jones, second, to Mrs .Forrest Mar
. tin. Mrs. Jerry Banadyga received
traveling prize and visitor's high
, went to Mrs. M. A. Lasslter. '
During the game potato chips
and drinks were served and at the
conclusion the hostesses served
' jello with whipped cream, cake and
Suffers Eye Injury
Mrs. E. B. Hales suffered a pain
ful eye injury this week when she
and a colored helper attempted to
prune some vines. While working
one of the runners struck her in
the eye, cutting the eye ball. She
received treatment from Dr. Parker
B. T. U. Party
as a member of the church family
and Its position relative to the
chureh as a whole. Km also led
In eonteett and singing. The hos
tesses sanred sherry tarts topped
with lea eraam, and toffee to 18
praam, " . ' ' i.
P. TV A. Meets
The Intermediate Baptist Train
lng Union enjoyed a social hour on
Friday night in the Ladles Parlor.
About 28 attended. The parlor was
beautifully decorated. The enter
tainment composed of Iris Ezzell,
Hugh Mitchell and Bay Faulkner
was in charge of the games. Re
freshments of ginger ale float, cup
cakes and salted nuts were served.
Naomi Eason and Faye Blackburn
made up the refreshment committ
ee. Peggy Mitchell, Jean Thorn p
s -i . :. i vieraid were In charge of
decora (.ions and Ross Garner and
Betty Phillips .publicity. The young
folks had an enjoyable time.
The Philathea Class held Its meet
lng in the home of Mrs. Edgar Pol
lock Thursday evening. Mrs. Geo.
Penny and Mrs. N. A. Mitchell
were oo-hostessea. Jonquils and
camellias were used for decoration.
Mrs. A. L. Humphrey presided.
Mrs. A. W. Greenlaw led the de
votional and pointed out this class
The PTA met Tuesday evening
with Mr H. R. Hipp presiding.
Mrs. O. S. Best led the devotion
al and Miss Nora Blackmore spoke
on Founder's Day. A TB film was
shown, entitled "Mr. Williams
Wakes Up" and portrayed sections
in Wayne and Duplin' counties.
A report from a recent executive
committee was as follows: Mrs. N.
A. Mitchell and Ross Wadkins re
ported from the community coun
cil meeting. A committee compos
ed of Mesdames H. J. McGee, Geo.
Penny and J. W. Straughan to go
before the Town Board and request
that the Town not allow any enter
tainment at the Armistice Day Car
nival that would be detrimental to
the character of the youth of our
town. A committee for the games'
tournament to be held in March
was: Mesdames Paul Potter, Allen
Draughon. N. A. Mitchell, L. S.
Whittle, Edgar Pollock and Miss
The treasurer reported proceeds
in the amount of S53 derived from
recent pie and cake sales. A bal
ance of $268.41 was announced for
A nominating commi.:,? to se
cure o'fkers for the coming ye.n
: con.p. s' d of Mesdames J. W.
Farrior, tYed J Bws and L. B.
Mr. Htf inon slated that 1,073
free lun.nes were provided by the
PTA in January. It was voted that
$80 be d mated for free lunches
for March and also that $50 be giv
en to pay for the piano bought for
the music department in the high
. The resignation of Mrs. Graha.n '
Phillips as vice-president of PTA
was accepter and Mrs. J. W. Strau
ghan waa elected to fill this office.
A. D. McGowan, 42, son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McGowan
of Wilson, died in a San Francisco
hospital Thursday after an illness
of several weeks. His body is being
sent to Wilson for burial. Funeral
arrangements are Incomplete. He is
survived by two sisters, Miss Elsie
McGowan, Rocky Mt, and Mrs. J.
K. Hall. Jr. Belmont: and aunt Mrs.
Oscar Best and uncle Mr. Frank
McGowan both of Warsaw.
Extend Sewer Line I,
- ' Work got underway last week
to extend the sewer line two blocks
north on Pine St This will enable
residents there to tap on to the
main sewer Una before the paving
begins. Chief of Police Coombs is
supervising this work and trying
to keep the cost within rates ap
proved by the Town Board.
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The Rotary Club held Its lunch
eon Thursday at 1 p.m. In Mltche
ner's Cafe. Bill Sheffield presided.
There were 25 members present.
For the past two meetings the club
was represented 100. Three were
absent at this meeting.
Feb. 23 being the 40th anniver
sary of Rotary International, Dr.
E. P. Ewers gave Its history, and
Paul Potter gave the history of the
local organization and Bill Shef
field the history of the Rotary Dis
trict. Mrs. F. A. Mltchener was
the week end with her mother Mrs.1
Miss Hilda Gray Brinson and Mr.
Wiley Booth of .Raleigh spent the
week end with Mrs. Roy Brinson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller of Wal
lace visited Mr. and Mrs. N. B.
Gene Mercer Of Goldsboro spent
the week and with her grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Newton. .
Mrs. A. T. Outlaw and Mrs. Sam
Newton made a business trip to
Goldsboro Monday. -
Mr. Jim Hlnes of Richmond, Va.
spent the week end with his mo
ther Mrs. J. A.' Hlnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Williams of
Burgaw visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Williams and Mr and Mrs. Sam
Mrs. Sarah Croom spent last,
week in Burgaw visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Weeks attend
ed the funeral of her sister, Mrs.
A. J. Lee in Wilmington Thursday.
Mr. Hayter of the Union Theolo
gical Seminary of Richmond held
Sunday morning worship service
at Grove Church,
Mrs. Harold Precythe and son
of Faison spent Wednesday with
Mrs. D. S. Williamson.
We are glad to report that Mrs.'
Leo Jackson Is back home from
the hospital and is getting along
Frank Blackmore of Winston
Salem spent the week end with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Black
more. Misses Sue Boone and Fannie
MoClees of Wilmington spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Mrs. A. L. Humphrey shopped in
Dr. a,nd Mrs. E. P. Ewers moved
into their new home on E. Hill St.
The Clayburn Quinns have pur
chased the house formerly occupied
and owned by the Jimmie Kitchins
and plan to move in soon.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry West and
family have moved into their re
cently remodeled residence at West
Siding. Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe
now live in the West home on Col
Miss Margaret Carlton is ill at
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Bostlc
of Norfolk spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mrs. Sallle English of Wilming
ton is visiting her sisters, Mrs.
Jim Miller and Mrs. Lillian Quinn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Strickland
spent the week end in Norfolk.
Miss Marv Susan Baar's is con
fined to her home with chicken
Clarence Brown of Winston
Salem spent the week end with his
mother Mrs. C. J. Brown.
A. W. Draughan is ill at his home.
He returned from the hospital in
Mrs. O. L. Taylor and Mrs. H. B.
Ohmer of Raleigh and Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Oakes and son Francis, Jr.
and daughter Catherine of Green
ville spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Hines.
Mrs. S.VA. Jones and daughter
Vickie spent several days last week
with Mrs. P. M. Mangum and Mrs.
C. -H. Bundy in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cheno-
worth of Clinton visited Mr. and
Mrs. John Frederick Sunday.
Fred Baars, Jr. is suffering an
attack of influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wiggs and
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hargrove and
children of Fayetteville were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Wiggs Sun
day. Mrs. Lee Cameron of Albany, Ga.
will arrive this week for a 6 weeks
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Joyner and family.'
D. N. Wiggs Receives Decree
Deems Norwood Wiggs received
a B. S. degree from George Wash
ington University Feb. 22, major
ing in batony. He has enrolled for
further study .and is an assistant
Womans Club Meets
The local Womans Club met last
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at the
lodge building with 25 present. Mrs.
P. J. Dobson presided. Mrs. W. M.
Ingram was in charge of the pro
gram of Fine Arts, assisted by Mrs.
F. W. McGowen. Mrs. J. A. Hlnes
gave the report of the nominating
committee which was accepted un
animously. Officers for the coming
year are: Pres. Mrs. Dan Davis;
Vice Pres. Mrs. J. A. Gavin; Secty.
Mrs. O. P. Johnson and Treas. Mrs.
Vernon Reynolds. The officers will
meet at a later date to choose the
department chairmen, to be an
nounced at the March meeting and
at which time the 26th anni
versary of the club will be celebra
ted. After the meeting a social
hour was enjoyed.
Card Of Thanks
Mrs. Delia Stroud Wednesday night.
Mr. Willie Harper made made a
trip to Kenansville Tuesday.
. Our congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Turner and their
new car. , "
The wedding of the former Miss
Edith Ray Hinnant, daughter of
Mrs. Ann White, to Mr. Franklin
Dickerson, took place on Decem
l ;r 29, at 6:30 p.m. at 113 Madison
Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mrs. Dickerson is a graduate of
Elizabeth City State Teachers Col
lege and member of the Magnolia
Elementary School Faculty. She is
known throughout Duplin County
and the east because of her ability
to entertain large groups through
her singing. Mrs. Dickerson played
a leading role in the "Duplin Story"
when she thrilled the audience with
her rendition of "Yes Indeed" and
other numbers. '
Mr. Dickerson, a World War il
veteran, is at present enrolled and
attending classes in the Wayne
County Veterans School. He is a
native of Plkevllle, N. C.
The couple plan to make their
home in Durham.
I wish at this time, to express
my deep appreciation for the lovely
flowers, candy and other favors,
too numerous to mention, that was
extended me- during my recent Ill
v Mrs. Leo. Jackson
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Miss Margaret Williams was hos
tess to her bridge club Tuesday
night of last week. Mesdames Ru
dolph Hasty, Jack Sltterson and
Emory Sadler were visitors.' High
scorer for club members was Mrs.
Vance Gavin while Mrs. Sadler
won visitor's high. At the conclu
sion of games the hostess served
a tempting sweet course. ; ,
Auxiliary Meets . ' '
r , The Womans Auxiliary of Grove
Church met Monday afternoon at
3:30 in the home of Mrs. J. A. Gavin
who also presided and led the de
votional. Mrs. G. V. Gooding had
charge) .of the program the topic
being on Stewardship. Mrs. W. J.
Pickett, chairman of the nomina
ting committee gave the report on
officers for the coming year: who
are Mrs. J. A. Gavin, Pres. Mrs.
G. V. Gooding, Vlce-Pres. Mrs. N.
B. Boney, Secty. Mrs. A. T. Outlaw.
Historian, and Mrs. I .N. Bowden,
Treas. , ' '
The Fox Hunters Reunion proved
to be very successful. Over 100 men
and 200 dogs took part in the race.
Four foxes were taken. After the
chase the men enjoyed a barbecue.
The reunion will be held here again
Mrs. William Gooding of Wall
ace spent Tuesday with Mrs. Harry
Harper and Grannie Lucy Southre
Mrs. J. E. Smith of Deep Run
spent Wednesday with her mother.
Mrs. John Guy.
Mr. Blanchard Southerland at
tended Gov. Scott's lecture in Pink
Hill Friday night.
Mrs. R. L. Summerlln, Miss Mary
Gray Summerlln, Mr. Gilbert No
land and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Gopdson of Summerlln Crossroads
were dinner guests ox Mr. ana airs,
James Southerland Thursday night
' Mrs. Chas. Brewer and Mrs. Lucy
C. Southerland were Pink Hill
Mr .Paul Grady and Mrs. Verda
Belle Simmons visited their mother
who is ill in Memorial Hospital,
Mrs. J. K. Southerland visited
Mrs. Lula Pollock who is critically
ill at her home in Klnston Thursday
Mrs. Henry Kornegay Is serious
ly at her home here.
Ruth Ann Harper visited her aunt
WEEK OF MARCH 5th
Sun. - Mon. - Tues.
With "Van Johnson, John
Hodiak, Geo. Murphy.
Hit The Ice
With Bud Abbott
And Lou Costello
Thurs. - Fri. - Sat.
Jolson Sings Again
With Larry Parks
Newa and Cartoon
FOR SALE: Baby Chicks,
New Hampshire, Barred
Rock, Parmenter Reds, Car
nish and "New Hampshire
cross, and Rock Red cross.
Also started chicks that will
save you money.
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FARM & HATCHERY
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The Farmer's Friend
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30 Lbs. While Potatoes
4 Boxes Washing Powder f
4 Bars Sweetheart Soap
4 Bars Palm Olive Soap
4 Bars Octagon Laundry Soap
1 Lb. Luzianne Coffee
Limit 1 lb to customer
1 Lb. Maxwell House Coffee
Vacuum pack tins
Limit 1 lb to customer
4 CanPorkand Beans
4 Jars Heinz or Clapp Baby Food
25 Lb. Bag Red Band Flour
25 Lb. Bag Polar Bear Flour
4 Lbs. Pure Lard
3 doz. Eggs
3 Lbs. Stew Beef
5 Lbs. Fresh Pork Brains
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