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ibert Blackmore enter
r bridge club Thursday
11 at her home near War-
ied plant centered auxill
Ues lit the living room where
bles were in play. Upon arri
L jests were served cocoanut
, coffee and nuts. When scores
tallied Mrs. J. P. Harmon re-
:1 a novelty memo pad for'
,.J a-aai.4 Ilall
j folks think that fine
r and fine, bis houses are
t t i-nportant things in life,
. t. 3 things really don't mettn
i . -i if a person doesn't fool
i t oi";h to enjoy them. Most
s cm't rea- r ,
i i tins, but !
Mrs. Lucy :
r us well, of I
' njta 2, fctone i
i a., realizes it
' My welL Mrs.
' I V t !
i A ; A U O ii I
- t nj sue ; J
.i I j,ig her w,, -.- sm .
i overcome deficiencies of
v . -s Bi, Bt. Niacin and Iron,
v i IlADACOL contair-s.
i i a is Mrs, Braswell's own
- ,.;rnpnt: "I have been sick for
t " e time with stomach di
t -"ices. I began taking HAD- -
and l have been talcing It
: it six weeks; I am so much
L r and much stronger. I -will
c ,iuue to take HADACOL. It
sure has helped me. I tell my
U."nds about HADACOL. I can't
piu -i HADACOL too much. I
am bl years old." '
S 1S0. The LaMina ConxnatSoa '"
.4 1 .
The Warsaw PTA met for theSr
January meeting on Tuesday falglit
at the high school with Mrs. IL H.
Hipp presiding. ,
Miss Helen Brown, chairmen bt
the Music Committee, assisted, "at
the piano by Mr. James Mldd'.etd.
led the group in peppy songs after
which Mrs. J, M. Pelrce's 7th grade
presented a "current event" skit
in keeping with the trend of the
present world events. Concludes'
the program Dr. A.-W7 Greenlaw
spoke briefly on The Past, Present
and Future". He used as his scrip
turea "As Ye Sow, So Shall Ye
Reap", to be applied to parents.
Following reading of the minutes
Mrs. L. S. Whittle reported S2S9.00
balance in the treasury. Mr. Har
mon reported that the PTA we
furnishing SO free lunches to school
tfiin each 'day aha the lunch
room was providing IS free lunches.
Mrs. r;-ifcel 7th grade won the S5
award for most parents present
Mr. Rollins, secretary, read the
report of the Executive Board. A
niottou Was made and carried to
adopt the' report whlch included
presenting $S0 td Mrs. Kathleen
Snyder, to be used In the Home EC
dept. Also Mr. Harmon and Mrs.
N. A. MitcheU to compose the Free
nines program committee. A bridge
tournament committee was appoint
ed with Mrs. Graham Phillips,
chairman, assisted by Mesdames
Milton West, Walker Stevens and
Rdbert Frederick. '
-' Mrs; Walker Steven, chairman
of the Grade Representatives, call
ed a special meeting Immediately
following adjournment ;
!'ir rtoms of Distress Arising from
: cm ulczzs
-3 7.11czzz acid
r u ifiioa bottles of tiie Wilusd
t have been sold for relief of
ms of distress arising from Stomach
its mMnift V town due to Ernst Add
or biKMtion, Sour or llout Wwwrh,
B3ii!:t- s. tloa. '-.turn, S! v'35noi, ttc
.-. to Lnm Acid. Ask for "Willar)'
!" which f ullr explsiiu this romark-
tiLue tiume treatmeal) iim
VA "AW DRUG CO.
WARSAW, N. C.
high, second high, Mrs. George
Penney was presented an ash tray,
and Mrs. Paul Potter, low scorer,
received place mats. Those playing
were Mesdames Harmon, Potter,
Penney, Allen Draughan L, S.
Whittle, W. W, Garner and N. A.
Mitchell. - , . -
BIUTIIDAY , : .
Little Miss Carolyn Gresham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' J. T.
nreaham. elebr.ted her 4th birth
day Saturday and-was entertained
with a party by her mother. About
20 little friends of Carolyn were
present and were served tee cream,
cake and drinks following games
and contests. For favors each little
tot received a baloon and party
cups filled with candles.
The WMU met Monday afternoon
in the ladles parlor of the church
with the president Mrs. 3. C. Brock
presiding and about 40 present
- The meeting openea win ine j
hymn "Jesus Calls Us" followed-hy
the devotional, led by Mrs. R. E. L.
Wheless, program chairman of the
Rosa Powell Circle. Mrs. Wheless
read passages from Isaiah, "Pre
senting God's Plan", and was as
sisted by Mesrames C. J. Brown, i
- S J1 vv
Ihre'slh '::." Yea I'.dL
Fcr a Record Pbling S::scn!
for farm machinery ' recondition ;
for building Improvemente . , M
fertUlsera and tools that will do the Job bet ,
' ter than ever this year. ' We'll help finance
all this with an easy, low cost farm loan. Drep'
"in today "and discuss yenr needs with ns.
; See for yourself, how extra money noWwDT
mean extra rr.CFlTS at harvest t&nel
D. T.- Chambers and Paul Potter.
The program was entitled "God Is
Moving - - Who Can Hinder". To
further emphasize the new year
Mrs. Wheless had on display two
Very ; attractive and interesting
posters", 'one, rHowCah I -- How
Will I Work Witt God In 1951 T"
The other, Trlghtened About 19-
91? Fear Not God Is At Work"
Mrs. Myra Carlton dismissed the
meeting with prayer. V
j, TheSmi beams met Monday after-
noon with 80 present 1ft charge of
Mesdaines V. A. StancU, C. V. Gar
ner and Frances Daly. The program
"God la Moving", was related in
mission stories by Mrs. Standi who
told of the first foreign missionary,
Paul; and Mrs. Oaly told of the
first Baptist missionary to foreign
field. Hudson. Linda Barr and'
Micky Askew were hostess and
best serving poKlelea..;;;-v
. The Janior G. A.'s met Monday
afternoon at the church with 22
present and leaders Mrs. R. M.
Herring and Miss Peggy MUchelL
Miss JackioFusfSll presided and
opened the meeting with the GA
hymn and devotional! from Mat
thew 3:3-12. Committees as follows
were appointed: Program - Judy
Rollins and Ruth Byrd; Member
ship - Pat Hubbard and Anne Str
augban; Community Missions - Ni
na Garner, Sue Whittle, Betty Britt
and Judy PearsalL Each of the
groups of Maidens, Ladies in Walt
ing and Princesses outlined their
work for the year and worked on
the Forward Steps. Hostesses Bet
ty JBritt and 'Joyce Potter served
drinks and cookies. ' ".i'i'-'i-.
The latersnedtate GA'emet Mon
day afternoon at the church with
Miss Ross Garner presiding and
Peggy Torrahs presenting the mis
sion program assisted by Misses'
Barbara Jones, Joyce Whittle and
Shirley Shlae. The Counselors
Mesdames F.! Ji Thomas, Allen
Draugbod and J. W. Straughan as
sisted the girls with plans for the
SS CLASS MEETING
The Keta Bland Class of the Bap
tist Sunday School entertained at
a party at the Penny Branch Club
house Thursday.: ight The party
concluded a contest with the losers
entertaining the Winers. Each mem
ber Invited a guest and there were
35 present, ' ' w " '
Miss Iris Etzell hsd most points
to her credit, making Her the most
outstanding member during the.
contest Teachers, Mesdames R. M.
Herring and Ormand Grice pre
sented bef with a Bible." - 4 '
' During the evening " Mesdames
"Make Our Eank Yoiur
, ODNT OLIVE
WE IIAVE IT
VCU 7ILL IIZZD IT
' ' a . 1 ". f
i 1 at te i-uiii
bov. s ai,l 1. 1 i Aa served dell'
clous sandwiches, cookies, potato
chips and coffee. , ,
CLUB HOSTESS- .)
Mrs. J. F. Strickland entertain
ed fut bridge club Thursday after?
noon at her home on W. Hill St.
with two tablet In play. Polnsettas
and potted plants decorated the
living room and following progres
sions Mrs. J. H. Hlnes received
shoe mitts for high score prize. The
hostess served a fruit salad course
With coffee and nuts to Mesdames
Hlnes, Ed Strickland, J. T. Gresh
am, Ed Hlnes, ed, Bill and Charlie
Sheffield. . -
CLASS MEETING ;,
The TEL Class 67 the Baptist
Sunday School met Friday njght
for their first meeting of the year
In the home of Mesdames Carrie;
Peele and Emma Chambers. Mrs..
W. A. Carter,' retiring president,
presented and read the devotionals.
During business romlnating Chair
man presented the following offi
cers for the year, who were elected:
Teacher, ' Mrs.. Glendora Brown;
President, Mrs. R. J. Jones; Vice
Presidents, Mesdames W. A. Car
ter, W. L. Bostlc and C. V. Garner;
Secretary, Mrs. Kate' Herring;
Treasurer, Mrs: Emma Chambers;
and Reporter, Mrs. O. H. Rest.
Following business the hostesses
served Ice box cake and coffee. 1
JOINT HOSTESSES ; .
Mesdames Belton Minshew and
E. E. Jones Jointly entertained at
... i .i i j ti i s.
on Co. ; itrett.
Foued plants and winter sprays
decorated the : rooms and at the
end of the second progression the
hostesses served ritz, cheeses, nuts
and coca colas. Concluding play
Mrs.' Moman Barr, high scorer, re
ceived a hand made dollie, Mrs,
Bonnie Thomas, second high, re
ceived a wall rack and Mrs. Forest
Martin, received two wall placques
for traveling. - .
: Lemon chiffon pie and coffee
was served to Mesdames Barr, Tho
mas, Martin, V. A. Standi, Arthur
Cook and Irene Martin. -
HONOR SOCIETY -
The newly organized Scholarship
Citizenship Honor Society of War
saw High School met Tuesday with
president Miss Mary Gray Davis
presiding. Miss Peggy Mitchell lel
the devotional. After the minutes
Mrs. Carol Carlton led an Interes
ting contest and the meeting closed
with songs led by Miss Stella Her
ROSE HILL WS of CS
The WS of CS of the Rose Hill
Methodist Church entertained the
Warsaw WS of CS Monday night
in the Rose Hill church celebrating
the 10th birthday of the WS of CS.
Mrs. D. J. Fussell, president of
the Rose Hill Society, assisted by
Mrs. Myra Fussell, opened the meet
ing and presented an interesting
program on "Stewardship", assis
ted by a number of Rose Hill ladles. '
. Mesdames Oscar Fussell, Myra i
Harrell, Stacy Butler and Granville '
Sheffield, composing a quartette,
:. c. i.a. .hull, re. ieJ "lautt
. Mrs. G. P. Pridgen, of the. War.
saw Society, stood and asked 10
questions-relative to the pst 10
years acnievemems ox me society
with the answers being given b
Rose Hill members who in turn lit
the 10 candles On the birthday cake.
The final and 11th candle was light
ed to "grow on".
Following benediction the hostes
ses served cake and coffee. 28 blew
bers of the Warsaw society attend
ed. - ,s .;:'.-
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rogers of
Chapel Hill were weekend guests
of his mother Mrs. W. A. Carter.
. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Hdbbs and
sons spent Wednesday In Raleigh,
v Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lassiter and
daughter of Erwin and Miss Jean
r . w j v ,e
hoi i 1.: 'J v..t Ijt.
and I.Iri. J. C
Mr. and Mrs. Ciena Brown were
in Winston-Salem last weik where
Mrs. 'Brown was la the Baptist
Hospital. , , , ,
Mrs. Joe Surratt Sr. la visiting
ner parenn in sycamore, ua. -
Miss Virginia Xasley spent the
week end with her parents la Farm
Mrs. Allen Draugnon and Mrs.
Frank Halsllp left today for Fort
Myers, Fla. to visit Mr. Lawrenee
Mrs. Mabel waters returned from
James Walker Hospital where she
underwent a recent operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berry have
returned from visiting In Washing
ton, O. C. . v:;V.:.,
Mrs. H. D. MiddletOn ls reported
to be improving In health,
Senator and Mrs. H. D. Johnson
were home for the week end.
COTTON SEED MEAL
JUST ARRIVED CAR LOAD
GET YOURS WHILE IT LASTS
Warsaw, N. C.
WBjjajnBjip.PUWiii in i"
attflfiV ill .1 hi itllala.
Ueie Are. A Few Of The Real Good Values That
Were Not In Our Big Newspaper Announcement
Men's Cedar-Crest Horse Hide
: REG. $3.95
400; LADIES SHOES
VALUES TO $8.95
VALUES TO $6J0
CHILDREN'S HI TOP SHOES
Sizes 4 to 9
51 Gauge 15 Denier
1st Quality Nylon
HOSE REG. $1.22
Men's WORK SHOES
Seamless Backs, Cork Sole i...:
SHOES VALUE $6.95
EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE
IS: ON SALE
BIG BOY'S BASKETBALL TENNIS
Values $5.95 Up
i ma '-.....'ymm
H- , , !; f.1: i ;'-,, ' -
Your Shoe Store t" Opposite Post Office
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