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The Intermediate Sunday School
Class of the Baptist Church met at
' the home ol Miss Jo Anne Brltt
' Monday night Mrs. Ormond Grlce,
leader, and Mrs. Robert . Herring,
assistant,, presided. Plans for the
coming year were discussed. Offi
cers for the 19S0-S1 year were el
ected aa follows: Pres. Jo Anne
Brltt; Vice Pres. Martha Boney;
Sec.-Treas. Eloise Dall and Georgia
Hopkins, assistant; Friendship
Chairman, Peggy Mitchell; Social
Chairman, Iris Ezzell; and Pianist,
Shirley Blanchard. ;v- -,-.
The next meeting will be held
Oct. 23 at the home of Mrs. Grlce.
' The Pioneer Fellowship' Group
of the Presbyterian Church at Bow
den held a welner roast Saturday
evening at 4 o'clock at the church.
Mrs. Archie Williams, adult advisor
, was In charge.
COURT OF HONOR
; The Boy Scouts of Duplin will
hold a Court of Honor on Monday
night at 8 o'clock in the Legion
Home. All Scouts and those con
nected are urged to attend.
Members of the Warsaw School
Faculty were honored at a supper
Friday night when they were in
vited to enjoy "Family Night" with
members of the Presbyterian
Church. The meal was planned to
be held outside but due to the
weather It was moved Into the La
dies': parlor. A good time was bad
by alk -ENTERTAINS
Tuesday evening Mrs. Laughton
Albertson 'was hostess when she
entertained at three tables of
bridge at her home. Mixed flowers
decorated the game room., Mrs.
Robert Lewis received a jumbo set
for club high and Miss Mamie Be
thea received the same for visitor's
high. Traveling, tea towels, went to
Mrs. J. W. Straughan. Mrs. Lewis
Mullens who Is moving to Topsail
Beach, was remembered with, tea
towels also-. ; , , i -H'j
: During the came the hostess ser
ved coca colas and nuts. At con
clusion she served strawberry Ice
cream, devil's food cake anc cof
fee. . .
ment time the hostess served stuff
ed angel food ake and coffee.
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the Philatbea Class of the Bap
tist Church met Friday night with
18 present and Mrs. A. L. Humph
rey presiding! Mrs. Francis Fussell
led the devotional and Mrs. Bill
Vann; led prayer. After business
at which time several absent men
bers were remembered, " social
hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Revelle led
activities. The hostesses, Mrs. W.
J. Knowlesf at whose home the
meeting was held, and Mrs. .Fred
Bevelle, assisting hostess, served
pimento sandwiches, olives, cheese,
cookies, salted nuts and tea. r;
BRIDGE HOSTESS ' 1 7'
' Mrs. Wilbur Garner was bridge
hostess on Tuesday evening when
she entertained at her home. The
game rooms were attractively ar
ranged with fall flowers. .
For club high Mrs.N. A, Mitch
ell received a crockery sugar and
cream pitcher. Guest high, a scarf,
was won by Mrs. Avon Sharpe. Mrs.
L. S. Whittle received a novelty
pin cushion for low.
Guest! enjoyed drinks and pea
nuts during play and at refresh-
.. Sallie E. Johnston Bible
of the Methodist Church met
rritutiv avenlns wttJriMri Bill
Ilnhack-Mrs. B. C. BOKIK Pn-
slded The first two chapters of
the new study dook were taugnt.
Mrs) M. A. Smith taught the first
ehanter and Mrs. H. R. HlDD the
second. At the social hour the hos
tess served sandwiches, potato
chips, pickles, olives, cream puffs
with chocolate syrup ana eonee.
The Junior R. A's met last week
at the home of Mrs. Herman Hoi
lingsworth. Mrs. George Penny,
leader of the group gave a mission
study '- program. Lynwood Eneu
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Ambassador-In-Chlef assisted On
the program. The group sang 'The
King's Business", Mrs. Holllngs-
worth served chocolate cake and
punch to the six members present.
WARSAW P. T, A. TO
The Warsaw PTA will soonsor
a bridge tournament Friday night
in the Grammar School Lunchroom
at 8 o'clock. Bring your own game
facilities. Admission will be fifty
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barker of
Oxford spent the week end with
Mrs. W. A. Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe and
guesta Mv. aw) Mrs. Charles Bark
er attended the Carolina-State foot
ball game Saturday. . -t
Messrs H. F. Lee and Woodrow
Blackburn attended - the football
game of Carolina-State Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bradley of
Newburg, N. Y. and Frank Bradley
of Brboklyn are visiting Mrs. Emer
son Jones.-; : ''';. x"y'":
' Mesdames Kathleen- Snyder,- J.
P. Harmon, W. E. Taylor, and Miss
es Nora Blackmore, Annie-Margaret
Sykes, Mary Lee Sykes Mary
Alice Whitfield, and Mrs. Sallie
Eva Tyndall and Mrs. Grace Vann
attended a B&PW meeting in Beau
fort Sunday.. , .; ;'-;.. :
Mrl' and Mrs. C. V. .Garner re
turned Sunday after a week at
Carolina Beach. .; ; t .
Mrs. Alton Greenlaw returned
Sunday' after a visit at Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle spent
the week end at Carolina Beach
Marina Blackmore, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackmore is
a patient at Dr. Sldbury's Hospital.
. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown spent
Sunday with Mrs. Stacy Britt
Miss Katherine Steed has enter
ed training at Hamlet Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Humphrey Jr.
of Raleigh spent the week end
with his "parents. v.
Mrs. Bill Jackson of Jacksonville
Fla. is visiting her parents Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Parker In Bowden.
, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Baars spent
Sunday in Klnston.
Mrs. George Rollins Is ill at her
home., n . t.
,- .-; NOTICE OF BE-SALR
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of an
order of resale of the Superior
Court of Duplin County, made In
that Special. Proceedings entitled:
"In the mater of Curtis Carroll et
als", and being S. P. No. 2408, the
undersigned Commissioner will on
the 7th day of October, 19S0, at the
hour of twelve o'clock noon, at the
Courthouse Door In Kenansvllle,
North Carolina, offer for sale to
the -highest bidder for cash, that
certain tract of land lying and be
ing in Dulin County; North Caroli
na, and being described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake on the
cart road, running South 89 West
68 poles to a stake, J. R. and, T. J.
Carr's corner; thence South 30 East
51 poles to a stake; thence East 77
poles to a stake; thence North 41
poles to a stake in the cart road;
thence with the cart road South 87
West 22 poles; thence North 77
West 19 poles to- the beginning,
containing by estimation 24 acres,
more or less. . y .:t
And being the same lands as set
forht and described In a deed to
Mary Carroll as recorded in Book
V-' vi. f- v'i . -' . r
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