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FORMES MABGABET PEIRCE. of Warsaw, whose marriage
to Gordon Richards Robotham, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rob
otham of Westport, Conn., took place in New York City. Mrs. Rob
otham is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Peirce of Warsaw.
Circle No. 2 met Monday even
ing in the home of Mrs. Hopton
Smith on Plank St. There were 19
present. Six new members were
added to the roll. Miss Rosa West
gave the devotional. Mrs. Sterling
Marriner presented the program.
Mrs. B. F .Hobbs read a poem,
"Light Your Candle" during which
each one present held a lighted
candle. Refreshments were served
during the social hour.
Circle No. 3 met Monday even
ing with Mrs. Belton Minshew, New
officers were announced: Chairman
Mrs. Joe Surratt; Sec-Treas. Mrs.
Paul Hunter; Program chairman.
j( food s.uhlqI Lb. 43c
'Marvel Enriched Sandwich 24 oz. loaf
, Mild & Mellow Coffee 1 1 bag
8 O'clock 67c
Sunn j field S. R. 10 lb bag
Flour . 82c
A & P's Own Vegetable Shortening 3 lb can
Corn Flakes 12c
A & P No. 2 can
Grape Fruit Juice 16c
Golden Maid Colored 1 1b pkg.
jColdstream Pink No. 1 can
Caesar Rodney j: Fresh No. 2 can ' .
Lima Beans ' 10c
Iona Yellow No. 2 can
Yellow ? ' 1 lb"
Bananas I ,w 13c
i, t 2 bunches
Yellow "!v lib
Honda . , 51bba
s,.r - 35c
""'New , 10 lb bag
Mrs. Henry Rivenbark; Devotional
leader, Mrs. R. L. Crossno; Litera
ture, Mrs. Herbert West; Publica
tion, Mrs. Clyde Surratt; Recrea
tional leader, Mrs. Belton Minshew.
The devotional program was given
by Mrs. G. P. Pridgen. She gave
a Bible reading, from the 11th
chapter of Mark. Mrs. Joe Surratt
completed tHe program; Strawberry
shortcake was served to the 14
Circle No. 1 met Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. C. F. Carroll. The
president Mrs. D. J. Middleton
gave the devotional. Mrs. S. J.
Powell presented the program.
Newly elected officers were:
Chairman, Mrs. D. J. Middleton;
assistant chmn. Mrs. S. J. Powell;
Treasurer, Mrs. C. W. Surratt; Sec
retary, Mrs. C. F: Carroll; Devo
tional Leader, Mrs. Sutton; Social
relations and church activity, Mrs.
L. J. Carr; Literature, Mrs. Gordan
West;, Publications, Mrs. Powell,
and Recreational Leader, Mrs. Lela
'Nine members and one visitor
was present A social hour followed.
The Annie Kate Powell and
Katie Murray Circles enjoyed a
fish fry ' Tuesday evening at the
home pf Mn. Maurice Jordan In
Bowden. Hostesses were Mrs. Jor
dan .Mrs. Carl Winders, Mrs. A. C.
Pearsall and Mrs. J. A. Porter. An
abundance of fish, slaw, coffee and
tea were served from the open pit
on the lawn of the Jordan home.
Immediately following supper the
regular circle program was held.
Mrs. Jordan led the devotional and
Mrs. Winders gave the program.
About 20 attended.
The Good Samaritan Circle met
Monday afternoon at the church
with 19 present Mrs .E. B. Hales
presided. Mrs. G. S. Best led the
devotional and taught the book of
John. Mrs. Ira Ezzell taught ,a
chapter on the life of Thomas J,
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin J. Thomas
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Laurie McRay Lancaster
on Friday, the twenty-third of June
at five o'clock in the afternoon
Warsaw Baptist Church
Warsaw, North Carolina
Mrs. Laughton Albertson was
hostess Thursday afternoon when
she entertained her bridge club at
her home on North Gum St.
Arrangements of beautiful flow
ers were used throughout the rooms
where two tables were in play.
Mrs. George Clarke received a
teapot for high score. Second high
salt and pepper shakers went to
Mrs. Emerson Jones. For traveling
Mrs. Robert Lewis was presented
a wall vase.
Upon arrival the hostess served
banana splits and during the game
coca colas were served with chee-
Mrs. J. T. Haijmon and Mrs. Wil
bur Garner 'were hostesses Mon
day evening when they entertained
members of their bridge club and
their, husbands at four tables of
bridge in the Garner home. The
home was beautifully decorated
with bouquets of sweetpeas and
For high scoring among the men
Robert Blackmore received shaving
cream. Mrs. L. S. Whittle won hand
lotion for high among the women.
Men's low score went to W. J.
Middleton. He received candy. Mrs.
Middleton won coasters for low
among the women.
After the first progression the
hostesses served drinks and peanuts
Two renbi per worv. nnHimnm
rharre of see. Unless you have
an account with na please send
ioaey stamps, money order
ar check with ads. Farmers;
ase the Times Classified ads;
If you have anything to sell
or exchange, r want to buy.
we will aeeept produce for
C. S. FIRE LOSSES 1948 SEVEN
HUNDRED AND TWELVE MIL
LION DOLLARS MORE THAN
ANY YEAR IN HISTORY. PRO
TECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH
R. W. BLACKMORE
Reliable Insurance Service Since
FARM LOANS Federal Land
Bank Long Terms, Low Interest
an available through the Clinton
National Farm Loan , Association.
Bee or write DE WITT CARR,
Secty. Treas. at CLINTON, N. C.
First Class Plfibing And
I All Work Guaranteed
GEORGE P, PRIDGEN, Jr.
Phone 473 Warsaw, N.C
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM iA DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED '
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
GIVING US DIRECTION AND
HOW FAR YOU LIVE FROM
HEATER WELL COMPANY, INC
RALEIGH. N. C.
FOR SALE: Field Pea; Soy Beans.
Velvet Beans, Full line of field and
rarden seeds. Brick, Lime, Mortar
Mix, Cement Roll Roofing, Shing
les . JJalla, Scree Wire, Screen
Doors.! Grills, Ete. .
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r ' KenansTlUe, N. C. .
.. Free estimate on irninjlellnr
your k!fcn; bn!!t In ( " - 'i r--i
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and after scores were tallied bana
na splits were served. Those ma
king up the tables were Mr. and
Mrs. Whittle, Mr. and Mrs. Middle
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Blackmore, Mr.
and Mrs. George Pnny Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Draughan, Mrs. Paul
Potter, Mrs. Avon Sharpe, Mr. and
Mrs. Harmon and Mr. and Mrs.
Garner . m-';
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The Girls of the Young Adult
Bible Class of the Methodist Chur
ch gave a fried chicken supper for
the boys of the class Tuesday even
ing at the church. The supper was
served buffet style from white
laid tables, centered with red roses.
Mrs. M. A. Smith, entertained the
group with a reading. Mrs. G. P.
Pridgen is teacher of the class.
The Young Girls' Circle of the
Methodist Church had its last meet
ing of the year at the home of Mrs.
Joe Surratt, retiring counselor. Mrs.
Henry Rivenbark will take her
place as counselor for the year.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Packer pre
sided. Miss Carolyn Carr, program
chairman, was assisted by Misses
Retha Bostlc and Ella West The
topic was "Christian Homes In
China". Mrs. Rivenbark closed the
program with a , poem, "Sweet
During the social hour games
were played. Mrs. Surratt served
sandwiches, cookies and drinks.
PENNY BRANCH HDC
The Penny Branch HDC will
meet Wednesday, June 14th at 3:00
o'clock in the club house. Mes
dames W. Y. Vann, A. J. Sansone,
and R. M. Herring will be hostesses:
Mrs. J. A. Porter returned from
James Walker Hospital Tuesday
night after undergoing a minor op
peration. Mrs. John Frederick and Mrs.
Fred Baars shopped in Goldsboro
Mrs. John Frederick and Mrs.
Jack Kornegay of Goldsboro left
this week to attend graduation ex
ercises at Transylvania College in
Lexington, Ky. Ben Fredrick is a
member of the graduating class.
Miss Ross Garner will spend the
week end with Miss Shirley Hlnes
in Mt. Olive. I
DUPLIN MERCANTILE CO.
WACCAMAW BANK -KENANSVILLE
HILL TOP SERVICE STATION '
BROWN'S BARBER SHOP
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Wednesday And Thursday June 14-15
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Mr. and Mrs. Don Whitehurst of
Raleigh spent the week end with
Mrs. Norwood West
, Duane Allen Is spending the sum
mer with her grandmother, Mrs. F.
M. Miles in Alma, Ga. .
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bartlett and
Mrs. Stacy Brltt spent the week end
in Concord. - -rf
Mrs. Emerson Jones and child
ren, Floyd and Barbara and Ran
dolph Phillips are spending two
weeks in Brooklyn and New York
Mrs. C. H. Bundy, Mrs. , P. M.
Mangum, and Gene Bundy of Ral
eigh spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Jones. Miss Joyce
Jones returned to Raleigh with
them on Sunday and will remain
until Friday. . . ..
Miss Elizabeth West left last
week for Gloucester where she
will spend the summer with her
grandmother, Mrs. Laura Fulford.
Mr. and Mrs. Rivers D. Johnson
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Ste
vens Jr. attended the wedding of
Miss Carolyn Carter and Vlvllan
Best Johnson, on Saturday at Mt
Airy. Rivers Johnson, Jr., John
Anderson Johnson, Lee Brown and
Henry L. Stevens III were best
man and ushers respectfully.
Harold Matthis left .Sunday to
enter ECTC for the summer. '
Mrs. A. W. Greenlaw returned
Saturdty from Rockingham where
she spent several days.
She was accompanied by her mo
ther Mrs. R. E. McCroskey and Dr.
Mrs. Kenneth Clow and - sons
left Sunday for Greensboro after
a visit with Mrs. Arthur Cooke.
Mrs. Daisy Smith spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter.
She is now visiting Mrs. John Land
in Chadbourn. .
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Frederick
and children spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. John Frederick.
On Thursday, June 1, 1950, the
Lenoir County Cancer Center held
its weekly clinic. 32 persons ap
peared for examination, 17 white
women, 5 white men, 8 corored
women and 2 colored men. All
examinations were completed and
all patients were referred to their
physicians for medical attention.
Persons attending were from La
Grange. Trenton, Winterville, Ay
den, Washington, Goldsboro, Beau
fort, Jacksonville, Snow Hill, Col-
STEPHENS' ATLANTIC ST A.
JEFF'S ESSO 8TA. '
SERVICE MOf OR CO.
RALPH BROWN'S GARAGE
umbia. Deep Run, Laurlnburg, Ral
eigh, Turkey, New Bern and Snow
Hill, r , .-,,
Clinie is held every Thurs
day in the Lenoir County Health
Dept Clinic. Registration is from
10:30 to 11:45. Examinations are
free to anyone with cancer symp
tom of "danger signal' regardless
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f ClOVIU 11 V 111 a VUH1UH l.lMdklll
should write for appointment Ad
dress your request to Cancer Center
Clerk, P. O. Box 49, Kinston, N. C.
and indicate two dates on which
you can come for examination.
Uncle Sam Says
Each June 14 we pay honor to the
Stan and Stripes on what la offi
cially designated "Flag. Day." Co
der that flasr our country has re
mained free and It Is everyone' de
sire that it stays that way. It has
been aald that no country can ever
be stronger than Its people, eitteena
who are free itf every way. One of
the keystones In this freedom Is
financial security and your govern
ment has provided a safe, sore and
automatic way of savins. It la U. 8.
Savings Bonds which can be piled
up through the ' Payroll Savings
Plan at work, the Bond-A-Month
Plan at your bank, or for cash at
your bank or post office.
r ' S Tejury DcPdrtnMNt
Lucian Drew, 89, . died at his
home on Magnolia, Rt 1, Friday
morning at ,7:30. Funeral services
were held from the Concord Bap-
tlst church Sunday, June 2, at 3:30
p.m. with Rev. L. L. Johnson of
Delway In charge. Burial followed1
In the church cemetery. Mr. Drew
la survived by his wife, Addle Car
ter Drew; three daughters, Mrs.
W. C. Smith of Wilmlnston. Mrs.
J. L. Hudson of Fayetteville, Mrs.
Norman Myers of Norfolk, Va.,
three sons, Fred of Norfolk, Va.,
Bennie of Detroit, Mich., and Gai
ther Drew of the home; 23 grand
children; three great grandchild
ren; one brother, John Williams;
and one sister, Mrs. Ella McClung.
V i nit
WALLACE, N. C. .
Duplin's Most Popular Theatre
Sunday, June 11th
; LOVE HAPPY
Starring MARK BROS.
Mon. & Tuea. June 12-13 .
Starring JANE RUSSELL.
Wed. June 14 Double Feature
Starring JOHNNY MAC BROWN.
CHALLENGE TO LASSIE
Starring LASSIE '
Thurs. & Fri. June 15-1 -.
DON'T CRY ,
Starrinr JOAN CRAWFORD.
Sat June 17
TENTING TONIGHT ON
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GOLDEN GLOVES STORY
Starring JAMES DUNN.
Owl Shows- .
SQUARE DANCE KATY
Starring VERA VAGUE.
'. KRNANSVriXR CAFK . r -
LEO. JACKSON S OROCPBIy"
L. H. QUINN , ( ,' ,
, C. E. QUINN. ''i:'Vl
SMITH'S FISH MARKET ' !V