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0 / 75
ay Circle met on
evening with Mrs.- J. ' F.
,...id.. The meeting opened
. i prayer and song. Mrs. Jarman
. ; e. corned as a new member. -
i. Strickland-, chairman, presl- Mrs. Clarence Drown closed' v,,.
.ud. Mrs...BUl Vann led the devo- prayer. The following commute...
unal and Mrs.C E. Slayton pre- ! for the year were appointed: Pro
Jitcd .the program. During busi- ranr, Mrs. Ci V. Garner; Publicity,
-s Mrs. George Clark was elected Mrs. L. S. Whittle; Literature, Mrs.
eretary, and Mrs.. Edward Stride
id, assistant, to take.the place of
; s. Glenn Rollins. A contest be-
en this- circle and the Annie
tie Powell Circle was discussed.'
l oslesses for the joar were ap-
pointed as follows: February - Mes-
dames George Penney and Avon";
Sharpe; March Mesdames Edward
Strickland, and Graham: Phillips;.
April Mesdames iCiE; Slayton.
and D. L. Matthia; May -Mesdames
George Hopkins and . P.-Harmon;
June - Mrs., Myrtle Swinson and
Mrs. RocheUe; July -. Mrs. 1 Bill
Vann; August - Mrs. Lanier; Sept. -T,U"
James George Clark and Ar
thur Cook. The list is incomplete.
, The hostess served a salad plate
'an 1 ' coffee to , 17 presentj
The Annie Kate Powell Circle
mett Monday evening at the home
of Mrs, Edgar DJ Ppllock: with Mrs.
Herman Hollingsworth; co-hostess..
Mrs. Moman : Barr Presided.' The
devotional was presented by Mrs.
Ed HillcfMra.' Harlee Jones was
program chairman assisted by Mes
dames A, L. Humphrey, Annie O'
Leary and Ed Hill. There were 18
present. The hostesses served am
brosia, cookies, plum pudding, nuts
and Russian tea. , 1 .-
- The Ruby Daniel Circle met on
Monday afternoon with Mrs. L. O.
Williams: Mrs. Williams presided.
Mrs Byrd. brought the devotional.
There" was no program held, but
at the business, hour Mrs. Walter
Bostie was elected treasurer and
Mrs. David Pari ton, secretary. Miss
Betty Loftln dismissed the. group
wnn prayer,, .xne Hostess served
cocoa nut cake, nuts and coffee to
the 13 members present. -,, ;s ,
The George Rollins Circle met on
Monday afternoon t 3 o'clock with
Mrs. W. A. Carter. Mrs, Ira Ezzellj
was installed as new chairman; Mrs,
George Rollins led the devotional.
No program, was held. Mrs, Oscar
Best, was elected co-chairman and
Mrs.; Ralph J, Jones was elected
scvi euirjr, aucro were li lueiupeis
i i. nn. '. - . v.
present and one visitor. The hostess
served strawberry shortcake;
The Good Samaritan Circle met
at the 'church Monday afternoon
with Mrs. E. B. Hales presiding.
Ten members were present. Mrs.
Sam Parker brought the devotion
al. Mrs; John Best gave the pro
gram assisted by" Mrs. -G. : C.
. REMEMBER; TOD At,
;-; " ..TOMORROW ,Z!
' ' , r i WITH " 1
f O t O C, KA P '
, IN MOIWI UVK
Phono 11 7-J or 23 '
fHTO OOR 'WH I .'"
' SPECIALTY 1
DESKS, CHAINS, FILIN'G CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
.Rhodes and Leo Bateon.
The Bona Hocntt Powe'I Cbx
I met with Mrs. David Chambers r
Monday afternoon." Mr.
' presided. Mrs. L, S. Whittle h J i
'devotional and Mrs. C. V. Garr.
assisted by Mesdames Paul Pol
and Carrie r Peele presented t
- program, stressing Home Mi&i
Carrie Peele: Mission Study,' Mrs.
K. E. LWheless; Social, Mrs. Clar
ence Brown.: Plans for the year
were discussed and one .circle will
have ; charge of ont duty each
I month. At conclusion the hostess
! seryed fruit cake topped with whip
ped cream, mints and coffee. ,
h I - ri..L M-.-..'
VTl' I llin ft
J 1 Vll r "W
Mrs.., Mllford -Quito received
members of her club and guest Mrs.
Frank Hobbs Thursday evening for
a bridge session at her home on the
Wilmington Highway. Places were
arranged for eight players. High
score prize, a corn-stick tray, rent
to Mrs. Arthur Cooke, Low, a Mex
ican hat ash tray was won by Mrs.
Moman Barr.- Traveling prize was
won by Mrs. George Clark, which
was a dish cloth doll. During the
game the hostess served drinks and
potato chips, and at the end cocoa
nut cake and coffee. Playing were
Mesdames Hobbs, Y. L. Smith,
Barr,. Cooke, Clarke, Robert Lewis,
Laughton, Albertson and Miss Nora
BlackmoA. i ,." ., .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franklin
Brock of Warsaw, announce . the
birth, of a son, Kenneth Franklin
Brock,? Jr., on Tuesday, January
2nd, at the Henderson-Crumpler
Clinic in ML Olive. Mrs. Brock U
the former Miss Virginia Jeannette
of Calypso. ,
- On' Thursday evening Mrs. Bel
ton Mlnshew was at borne to her
Hub for "three progressions' of
bridge. Invited guest for the even
ing was Mrs. Herman Hollings
worth. Mrs, Forest Martin received
potted plants for high scoring and
second high, a towel set went to
Mrs. Marcel Roomie. Chinese, fig
urines went to Mrs. Billy Whitfield
for traveling. During plax the hos
tess served coca colas, rite, with )
cheese spread. When scores were '
tallied she served pear salad and
coffee. Playing were ' Mesdames
Mlnshew,' Martin, Rocque, Holllngs
worth; George Hopkins. Earl Whit
sker,; E. E.Jones and the hostess.
Mrs. Riggs Is
. Mrs. R. i W. Riggs entertained
her club and guest Mrs. Charles
Sheffield Friday evening- af her
home. Mrs. Joyce Burton received
a magnetic bulletin board for high.
Mrs. Robert Frederick won travel.
ing .-prize, .a potholder set. Mrs,
Riggs served iced drinks and dod-
corn during the game and ice cream
. S '
MRS JESSIE EUGENE LONG "is
the former Miss Peggy Anne Steed.
aaugnter at, M, and Mrs.-- Frank
Steed of Warsaw. He marriage to
Mrv Long, son f-Mr. and Mrs,1 Jes.
me jsowarq, Long of Ayden took
place December ,17th. at the Ayden
Metnoaist Church. ' ,
sundaes in patty shells nt conclu
sion. Those i playing were - Mes-
4.dames Sheffield, Burton, Frederick,
Mitcnen Brrtt, Robert Bollck, John
FonvUle, Maurice Jordan and Daul
ton West ' .. i' '-
Circle Mev 1 met Monday afterr
noon at 8 .o'clock at the home of
Mrs: J. L.! Carr with Mrs. D. J.
Mlddleton presiding and brought
brought the devotional. Two chap
ters of i the ; study , book'-: "Rural
Prospect'' ) were , taught by Mes
dames H. R. Hipp and C. B. Best
There were nine members present
a social flour was enjoyed.
(Clrae No. X met Monday night
with Mrs. 5 Robert Winders t her
home Jiear' the city with Miss Rosa
West co-hostess, 11 members and
two visitors were present. Mrs! JE.
C, Thompson led the devotional.
Mesdames R. Hipp and C. B.
Best taught the study book. In a
contest conducted by Mrs.' Sterling
Marnner, Mrs.. Best was winner.
refreshment time the hostesses
red fruit ake ambrosia and
ainuo lea, - . t , .
Circle No. S met Monday evening
at the home of Mrs. G. P. Pridgen.
Mrs. Norwood West was joint hos
tess. 16 members were present.
Mrs. Joe Surratt, Sr. presided and
T 1 A-
'. Mrs. R. L. Crossno led the devotion
i si from the "Upper Room," closing
. with prayer . During business , it
ii was decided to attend the birthday
r Party given by the ladies of the
Rose Hill Methodist Church on
. Jan. , 15 at 7:30 p.m. For the pro
gram. Mesdames Surratt and Paul
Hunter taught two chapters in the
study book f Rural Prospect". Dur
Ing the .'social hour Mrs. Belton
Mlnshew led a contest of game
quizes and Mrs. Milton West won
the prize. A ' frozen fruit - salad
Plate, rltz, cookies and coffee were
rved by the hostesses.'
.Since we are installing ' a New
Water , Blllinr - System effective
wltb your February 1st Statement,
we urgently request that all Water
Bills be paid not later than Janu
u We greatly appreciate the1 fine
cooperation you have given us in
pving pills by the 13thrand trust
r.: , ) 1
: : y
V MRS RIVERS DUNN JOHNSON
is the former Miss Olivia Faye
Frazier, '.daughter, of Mrs..' A. S.
Williams and the late Glsper Fra-
zier.of Burgaw. Her marriage to1
that you will further cooperate in
this change 'over. '.-
TOWN OF WARSAW
, , By; Dorothy W. RoHins,,
ii' X, j ' 1 CLERK
Mrs. Alton W. Greenlaw is vis
lting her brother in Richmond this
Sonny Williams of Campbell
College spent the week end at his
home here. .,.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Faye vis
ited Mr, and Mrs. Graham Phil
lips' Sunday. ,1
Mrs. " Laughton t Albertson Is a
patient at Memorial General Hos
piUl in Kinston.- .
Mrs. Mable Walters underwent
iMapBeiidectomy oh" Saturday at
James Walker Hospital, i J
. John Vincent entered the Samo-
gon Hospital Saturday for further
treatment following a recent ill
ness., He is now in Warsaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harton and
son, Woody, spent the week end
with Mr.' and Mrs. L. O. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones have
moved into , their new home on
Wiley Cable is., now at Great
Lakes Naval Training School study
ing Electronics. .. . t
Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Norman of
East Bend recently visited Mr. and
Mrs; Joe Surratt, Jr.
Penny Branch HDC will meet at
the club nouse Wednesday" afte
noon, . Jan.-17 at 2:30. Hostesses
will be - Mesdames Rabertr rvlo
and Ormond-Grice. y
Ann C. Woodward
R Ann Carole Woodward celebra
ted her 13th birthday on Saturday
night, Jan. 6. About 16 Jjoys and
sins auenaea. several contests and
games were1 played and winner
receivea girts. AB were invited in
to the dining room and were ser-
ved birthday cake, . potato chip's,
minis ana punch. " Ann received
a nice assortment of piffa 1
M:n Dies At Age 75
Albert Martin; 68, of Calypso,
died at his home at 3:43 p.m. Satur
day after several months of illness.
Surviving." art his wife, the former
Lola Sutton of Duplin; two sons,
Norwood of the home, and George
of Panama; two daughters, Mrs.
Sam M. Smallen,' New Bern, Melva
THOO-VWOI V- ,A , -I
mO BOLTS A 1 f A
Of NO- AN
Mr. Johnson, son of Senator anH
Mrs R. D. Johnson of Warsaw
took place December 24th in the
Baptist Church in Burgaw.
Martin of the home; six grandchil
dren. He was a charter member of
the Presbyterian Church of Calypso
which he served for 27 years. He
was a member of Masonic Lodge
208 of Mount Olive. Funeral ser
vices"were conducted at 3 p.m. on
Sunday from the Calypso Presby
terian Church by Rev, Murphy
Smith, pastor. Burial was in the
Calypso Cemetery with Masons in
Mrs. Bright Heath
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Heath, 75, wife
of Bright Heath of near Pink Hill,
i and You
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
Warsaw Drug Company
; Warsaw Fish Market
CREATORS AND MAINTAINERS OF LOW Ell
rRTCES QLITY S1!A FOOr"
' (Nest Ooor to AfcP)
Both Wholesale and Retail
. Know Your Fish or Know Your Fishman
- FREK f Pheae tse-l - wk
RESSINQ ' WABSAW H C DELIVER
' Prices Up - Sell For Cash
- DELIVER OUR PLANT
WAYNE AGRICULTURALIWORKS, INC.
; . 80UTH JOHN STREET,
JOST OfiS NUT
ceaTAiNuy , ...
MOTOR CO. )
CN ftlvB VDO THB BEST
I OCX? H4 TOWN. BUT
FRIDAY, J '
died at 3 p.m. Saturday at the home
of her daughter Mr. John Howard.
Funeral ... services were held from
Mount i. Zion S Free Will Holiness
Church near Pink Hill at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday with Interment in the Mer
cer Cemetery. Rev. Ransome Ken
nedy and Rev. I Burton Turner
Free Will Holiness ministers offi
ciated. Surviving with her husband
are , three daughters, Mrs. John
Howard of the home, Mrs. Ben A.
Hill of Trenton and Mrs. Vernon
Hiil of Pink hill; 21 grandchildren;
nine .great-grendchlldren; one sis
ter,' Mrs, Lizzie Carter of ' Pink
Hill; three brothers, Tommy Jake
and Walter Heath, all of near Pink
Hill,' . '
Uncle Sam Says
here's your answer on wliai , ..o
for Chris mas Give the Present
with a Future, V. 8. Savings Houds.
Bond buying is the easiest shopping
yon ean imagine, they're available
at any bank, post office, or where you
work. So, this Christmas, make your
gift mean more than ever before.
GIVE II. S. SAVINGS BONDS FOR
CHRISTMAS! . j. ,,, D.partm.,
WE HAVE IT
YOU WILL NEED IT
You'll find us a willing
helper whenever you call.
We've everything you need
from nipples to the 'new
GOLDSBORO, N. V.
V I k. .- ?-- -, :
, BUT THIS 1
S7N sreeaN6 wheel
r "J .THB CAB TO ...
The1 State end C:d
PROM WHAT SOURCE do govern-
ments derive their authority?
Many people would off-handedly
reply: "From tiie people.'' But
when they are asked from whence
tne people receive power, they can
only answer: "From God."
I "There exists no authority exrept
i from God," St. Paul teaches, "cn (
those who exist have been appointn
by God." The nature of man rslN
for civil authority, and since Cod
, created man with this particular
nature, He is rightly -egarded as the
ultimate source of all c'vll authority.
So far as God's law is conceni"d.
it is immaterial whether a govern
ment is an absolu'e monarchy ni s
liberal democracy. It is only v h,
a government dVfies the ovci -.ill
sovereignty of Gnd and In ;,i'
upon man's natural and God gi eu
rights that it c: ses to be i
and no longer commands resp?et
Such was the o-se when Ki?i'-'i'
overspread Gen .,ny a; d o'l ' c
familiar devices ,-f uta"ai c -.
were employed to ke.-p Uie j. .o, !v
Hitler's governm ent was fonn ' d
on the idolatrous doctrine tl'tl n:ri
exists for the State rather than t1 ,t
the State exists for man. What t
defiance of Divine authority me;nt
is recorded in the incredible excis
es and inhumanities which made
Germany and the countries which
later came into the Nazi orbit veri
table hells on earth.
The totalitarian heresy Is being
perpetuated today in countries now
under Communist domination. It li
the Hammer and Sickle rather than
the Swastika that now marks the
concentration camps. Meanwhile,
freedom of opinion and of religion
is denied. There are no free elec
tions, no free newspapers only a
system of control and Intimidation
that reduces men to slavery. Wher
ever Communism flourishes, the
name of God Is mocked.
So long as Communist govern
ments defy God's authority they can
never be condoned. These govern-
i , .,
mem. luuay are witnesses even
If negatively and unwittingly to
the need and value of respecting
God's supreme authority. So long as
Communism usurps the place of
God in human lives and set.
strip men of their essential dignl',
and freedom, so long will Jiutic
and reason cry out against it."
The above editorial and other
ferial appearlnr In this eolumn, fa
prepared by Rellfloaa News Service
SIGN IN CHINA . . . Promin
ently displayed in busy section
of Nanking Road, Shanghai, is
this large advertising urging
Chinese to read the Bible.
Q: What la the ProtesUnt deflnltloi
of a sacrament?
A: By a sacrament, the Prot-
estant understands "a holy sign
or seal of the covenant of Christ
immediately instituted by God
to represent Christ and His bene
fits and to confirm our interest
in him and also to put a visible
difference between those who
belong to the Church and the
rest of the world, and .solemnly
engage them to the service of
Christ according to His work."
Only two sacraments aie re
garded by Protestants as having
Scriptural authority: Baptism
and the Lord's Supper.
Q: How long were the Jews e
laved In Egyptr
A: 210 years, according to
Q: What is the Laetaro MedalT
A: A medal presented annual
ly on Laetare Sunday by the
University of Notre Dame, Indi
ana, to a Roman Catholic lay
man who distinguished himself
by his services tor Church and
' State. ' x-,i
Q: What' are the main Protestant
bodies is Hungary? 1
A: The largest Protestant ' .
body is the Reformed Church;
1 next In size v ia the Lutheran
Church. ' , , ; ' ' . . . ,. ,
Court Upholds Grants
To Sectarian Hospital
JACKSON, Miss. By il ds-v
clslon,' Mississippi's supreme court
ruled for a second time that 'non
profit sectarian hospitals are eliai-'
bla for grants under the state's hos
pital construction program. "
in Its latest action, the high state
tribunal overruled suggestion of
error filed by the attorney general's
office when the court approved
grants to hospitals tor the flat time
last AprU, . . t
Montana harvests more than I '
million Christmas trees cash year.
N. C. farmers are being urged'
to seed Ladino pastures. '