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FRIDAY, APRIL 21st, 1850
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The Warsaw Garden Club met
Thursday afternoon at the home
of , Mrs, E. Walker Stevens with
M cs. Stevens and Mrs. E. C. Thomp
son, joint hostesses. Mrs. H. L.
Stevens, Jr. presided and ppened
the meeting with club collect and
, song. After dues were collected for
the coming year Mrs. H. L. Stevens
was appointed chairman ' of -the
, Tear Book Committee. During the
business meeting It was decided
to offer the Scouts prises for the
bjrd houses or to buy them. It was
' recommended that the signs on the
; Town Hall and the coca cola ma
chine bo removed. , .
Sirs. Jenkins was appointed to go
before the Town Board to ask that
the Library be moved from the
small room that it is now located
In to a larger one. Mrs. E. P. Ewers
reported on the model mile com
mittee and It was decided to have
more study on this before the mile
Mrs. Hector McNeil gave the pro
yam on Iris and conducted a con
est, giving bulbs as prizes to each
a ember who answered a question.
After ballots were taken Mrs.' A.
T. Jenkins then received primrose
iulbs for first prize for bringing
est Iris Lino Arrangement Mrs.
avers Johnson and Mrj. L. B. fiu
e received honorable mention for
second and third.
Chicken salad, pickled peaches,
rltz and coffee were served by the
hostesses. . v- '
HpSopF AT, SHOWER
Mrs. Charles Sheffield was com
plimented, on Thursday afternoon
when Mrs J. F. Strickland gave a
shower In her honor at the Strlck
land home. Guests assembled for
five tables of bridge. Pink azaleas,
purple iris and arrangements of
potted plants were used In the liv
ing and dining rooms where three
progressions were .enjoyed.
Upon arrival the hfenoree was pre
sented an abundance of attractive
and useful gifts. An antique cradle
decorated with pink and blue rib
bon bows held the gifts.
For high score Mrs. Bill Shef
field received hose and Mrs. Allen
Draughon Jr. correspondence cards.
Traveling prize, a clothespin bag
went to Mrs. Mitchell Britt. Mrs.
W. J. Middleton Jr. recent bride,
was remembered with mixing
The hostess served iced drinks
and cheeses during the games and
a chicken salad course with punch
at the conclusion.
PENNY BRANCH HDC
The Penny Branch HDC met on
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Lonnie Gardner with Mrs.
Gardner, Mrs. Tom Smith, Mrs.
Ormond Grice and Mrs. Bill once
hostesses. Mrs. (Robert Davis pre
sided over the 30 members present.
; Meeting opened with song ana
club collect. Project Leaders, Mes
dames Dewey potts, James Sutton,
David Carlton, and Henry Askew
gave reports or demonstrations on
their projects. .
The hostesses served lemon fluff
pimento cheese sandwiches and
MUSIC CLUB MEETS
The Warsaw Junior Music Club
held its meeting Wednesday after
noon at the home of Miss Joyce
Ann Jones. The meeting opened
with group singing followed ty tne
nlcrtffR and collect The following
officers were elected for the coming
year: Pres. Ann Bowwen; vice
Pres. Joyce Ann Jones; Secry. Lois
Phillips; Treas. Patsy Kornegay;
Reporter, Betty Phillips; Scrap
Book Chmn. Mary Elizabeth Pack
The life of Johann Strauss and
sons was discussed, and two of his
selections were heard.
noiipimm refreshments were ser
ved and the, meeting adjourned
with the group singing "America.
BALL CLUB READY
FOR LEAGUE PLAY
The Faison Produce League Base
ball team completed their pro
league conditioning with wins over
Calypso on Saturday and; Sunday.
The club is comprised of local
talent with the exception of Bobby
Ingram, Kenansville south ; paw
pitcher. Bobby is considered by
many aa one of the most promising
young ball players from Duplin, of
With Ingram, Gautler, Groome,
Boyette, and Byrd, the team has a
well balanced pitching staff. Local
fans are familiar with the batting
power and speed of the line up.
Official league competition be
gins Saturday, Apnil 22 at. Sutton-
town. The teams will play at Faison
S. D. DHOADHURST
MOUNT OLIVE, N. C.
- On Thursday evening Mrs. Al
Rsmorivaea entertained her CltlD ana
invited guests at two tables of
bridge. Spirea and blue and white
iris decorated the home. For high
score Mrs. Belton Mlnshew received
niacin nitcher. Refrigerator dish
es went to Mrs. Carl Winders for
second high. Mrs. Mormon Barr re
ceived a pair of novelty flower
containers for traveling.
Dnrinff the same the hostess ser
ved tidbits and cold drinks, and at
the conclucion she served banana
split, cookies and coffee.
PTA HOLDS LASTMEET
The members of the B&PWC
You've Bssn Waiting For It-
Hundreds of items you need
daily now on sale.
Buy Now And Pocket The
' A FEW SUGGESTIONS:
1 rts. ALCO-BEX
RUBBING ALCOHOL 40c
Keg 4e PUBETEST 2 - 1M bote.
Rex 4e Ift 2 for
EXTENSION CORD 50c
V oat, ;: "'' for '.
GLASS TUMBLERS 33c
(Limit to customer)
t I Tablet bottles for
JUMBO SIZE I for
CnOCOLATEBARS '; 43c
Bee Me Pta. 2 for
MILK MAGNESIA 40c
U S 22 Edged , g f or ;
TEA TOWELS 79c
(Limit S to customer)
It ' 2 for
LORD BALTIMORE , . 2 for
Reg 15c Flat sheet
fvnee As Much
APRIL 20-24 incl.
...xu adviitiicd 4n
LIFE PiTJf Look h
Collier'G Farm Journal
- And Ati tftt
; REXALL RADIO SHOW f
NBC Sundays starring x
PHIL HARRIS & ALICE FAYE
i''V, syour prescription Druggist
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I 4RIa'l Orders On Anything Receive Prompt Attention
enjoyed an interesting program on
Monday night in Mitcbeaer Din
ing Boom. Slides from too State
Board of Health were shown in
connection with the Cancer Drive,
now being sponsored by the club.
Literature for the Drive was distri
buted. $200.00 is the quota allot
ted for this community. Mrs. J. P.
Harmon presided over the business.
There were 22 present.
on April. 23.
At the meeting of the Warsaw
PTA Tuesday evening Dr. A. W.
Greenlaw delivered a most interest
Ing address on the topis "A Lost
Art", which was fittingly timed for
both teachers and parents. Dr.
Greenlaw also led the devotional,
discussing, God's strength and the
need of parents and teachers to
know their own strength, so as to
impart their spiritual conceptions
to the child.
Miss Helen Brown was presented
a gift by Mrs. V. A Standi for the
splendid work she did in getting
up the Operetta, given last month.
Miss Nora Blackmore's 4th grade
received attendance first prize and
Mrs. Macon Hollingsworth's 4th
grade won second. '
The committee appointed to
make arrangements for the Dance
Recital to be given In the High
School April 28 was as' follows:
Mesdames Fred Baars, Graham
Phillips, M. A. Smith, Paul Potter,
J. W. Straughan, B. P. Hobbs, L. S.
Whittle, V. A. Standi, N. A. Mitch
ell and Miss Helen Brown. The
Committee appointed to appear
before the Town Board to ask that
the Library be moved to a larger
room was: Mesdames Paul Potter,
L. B. Huie, Fred Baars, and Misses
Nora Blackmore and Nell Bowden.
A steering committee was selected
to make plans for the teen-age club
this summer. They are: Mesdames
D. H. Carlton George Penny, L. S.
Whittle, J. W. Straughan, N. A.
Mitchell, Olenn Rollins, Wilbur
Garner and Mrs. E. C. Thompson,
' The group gave a rising vote of
thanks for the fine work Mrs. H. B.
Hipp has done this year as presi
dent. This was the last meeting
of the year. Mrs. Hipp will be pres-.
ident again next year.
UDC HOLD MEET
The 9th district of the UDC held
its meeting In Burgaw Wednesday
afternoon in ' ' the Presbyterian
church with representatives from
9 surrounding towns attending.
The Burgaw chapter was hostess
for the occasion and served a beau
tiful luncheon In the new bus sta
tion in Burgaw.
Mrs. R. L. West presided over
the meeting and was reelected for
the coming year as District Direct
or for the 9th district. Those at
tending from the Warsaw chapter
were Mrs. Norwood Boney of Ke
nansville, president; Mrs. Paul
Potter, Mrs. C. B. Best, Mrs. C. F.
Carroll, Mrs. H. L. Stevens, Jr.,
Mrs. L. S Whittle, who led the
pledge to U. S. and the Confeder
ate flags; Mrs. Stella Beaves, Mrs.
W. J. Middleton, Sr., District Sec
retary, Mrs. Emma Chambers, of
the Courtesy Committee.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
On Friday night, April 21st the
Junior Class of Warsaw will pre
sent a play of Romance! Tragedy!
Comedy I Drama! Beauty! Yes, you
will see all these when you see
Song of My Heart" In the audi
torium at 8:00 p.m. The two-act
play la directed by Miss Alma
Suggs and Charles Hales. The play
is unlike anything you've ever seen.
DON'T MISS- IT!
WS Of CS MEETS
The WS of CS met Tuesday ev
ening with Mrs. T. K. Faison with
Mrs.. J. E. Bailey, assistant hostess.
Mrs. W. R. Clifton presided and
Mrs. W. D. Clifton conducted the
devotional. Mrs. C. H. Millard pre
sented the program with Mrs. Leon
Sutton, Mrs. Y. T. Wilson and Miss
Carolyn; Wilson assisting.
The Methodist Adult Division
met April 18. A covered dish sup
per was" served by hostesses Mes
dames J. T .Hollingsworth, Annie
Williams and A. F. Rector. De
votional was conducted by Mrs.
Hollingsworth, and songs by Misses
Ruth Adams, Helen Bell and Dotty
Rector. Mrs. Fred Warren presided.
' After business Mrs. Rector had
charge of the entertainment.
Attends Dlst. Meet
Members of the school Glee Club
attended a session of the Clinton
District of N. C. Music Association
in Clinton Friday, April 14. The
main points were stressed, the blen
ding of voices, tone quality, and
We are looking forward lo attend
ing the District Meeting next year,
not for observation ,but participa
tion. Views Production
' The Dramatic Club witnessed the
production of "Seventeenth Sum
mer', presented by the seniors of
Carver High School on April 14 at
The Jr. varsity team took part
In a benefit basketball game for
the Cancer Drive at Magnolia on
Tuesday, playing against Beulaville.
Faison lost by a 4 point margin 34
30. Addresses Assembly
The Rev. Fred Warren was guest
speaker in High School Assembly
Friday and delivered an inspiring
Community Club Banquet
Community Male Choral Club en
tertained at a banquet April 14 in
the Training School.
Members and guests enjoyed a
program in the dining room. Out
of town guests included Mr. and
Mrs. C. Brock of Bowden.
To Present Wedding
A "Tom Thumb Wedding" by the
First Grade, and a three-act mys
tery "Who Killed Aunt Caroline"
by the Dramatic Club, will be pre
sented Wednesday pril 19, at the
Training School at 8 p.m.
Mrs. E. L. Clarke of Greensboro
and, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark of
Goldsboro were guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Brldgers.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Phillips
and family spent the week end In
Klnston. ; . '
Mr. and Mrs. David Carlton have
moved Into the home on Frisco St.
next, to Mr. and Mrs. George Pen
ny while their home is under con
struction. ; -v y v . '
Miss Peggy Mitchell spent the
week end In Wsdesboro.- :
Miss Joyce Ann Jones Is recuper
ating frara. an attack of flu. , V'
(Miss Bessie Quins of Wilson,!
vlsltlno friends In Warsaw. -
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sutton of
Rlchlands spent the week end wHh
"r. and Mrs. Avon Sharp. '
A Democratic Precinct organiza
tional meeting will be held at the
Faison Town Hall, Saturday, April
29, at 2 pjn. All Interested voters
are cordially Invited.
OF NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE
THREE BIG DAYS
THURS., FRI., SAT., APR. 20, 21, 22
At A. BROOKS
$16.45 LADIES ALL WOOL sale
$19.95 LADIES ALL WOOL sale
Ladies Fast Colors, 80 square sale
PRINTED DRESSES $ 1.98
$16.95 LADIES ALL WOOL sale
$22.50 LADIES ALL WOOL sale
$39.95 LADIES ALL WOOL sale
ONE RACK Ladies Printed Crepe sale
IMPORTED $2.98 sale Yd.
Maygashel Dress LINEN $1.98
IMPORTED $1.98 sale Yd.
Handkerchief LINEN $ 1.39
FATHER LL 5 Yds.
(LIMIT 5 YDS. TO CUSTOMER)
WAFFLE and PIQUE sale
Ladies Portrait FROCKS $2.98
ONE TABLE $3.95 VALUE sale
Men's WORK PANTS $1.99
Manhattan & McGregor $4.95 Values, sale
Men's SPORT SHIRTS $2.98
MENS' FELT $4.95 Values sale
HATS $ 1.94
Shop And Save
THESE 3 BIG DAYS
THURSDAY THRU' SATURDAY
THI SOOMICST "WAGON" OF All
CAMUS riOPH COMFORTABLY
NEW AND LOWER PRICES
RIDES LIKE A MILLION
CARRIES A HALF-TON WITH IASI
s ALL STEEL PLUS PANILS OF WOOD
YOUR PICK OF POWER V-S OR "SIX"
, HI IIIIIIII--T-- I I II I IIHIHi.
COBS USS TO SUY t IBS TO MM "
Fordu built more station waioni than any other
maauf actum la the induitry.That's one rmson why
Ford can ajve yoa more "wagon" tor your money.
Whether you have a huge family to tote around . . .
whether yov Juat ilk the looks and eonvenianee of a
atattoa wagon... whether you're a butcher or baker
or eaiiilla elks maker and on it for utility, you'll
2nd that ford Is today's big station wagon buy.
. lOftO AWARDED FASHION ACADEMY MEDAL
2 YIAM M a ROW!
WMM iMmll Htm mlfaWt at
SlzotitiMd fMor Co.
r . an! r-s. T' --nas Rogers and
' i''. r t the week end
WARSAW, N. C.