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X.E NO. '2 with 12 present
.tiday night witlh their cnatP
;, l ira. Hopton Smith. Mrs. Lena
i t ion save 'the devotional and
s Bill Lienbach was In charge
t the program. New officers were
. duriiw the 'business hour.
a-s, Lena Carlton, devotional lea
der, Mrs. Bill Lienbach, program
chairman and Mrs. Howard uwen,
KMrotarv and treashtirer, v '
A candlelight renaication tern-
i . ' nut T slniiuak
!" -was aeia wy
i r the new years work. ; .
The hostess served a delicious
salad plate. ;: -
CIRCLE NO. 3 met Monday night
witlh Mrs. J. C. Surratt wita Mrs.
Joe Surratt as co4ostess. The meet
ing was called to order toy the lea
der. Mrs. J. C. Surratt with elev
en n resent. Mrs. R. L. Crossno gave
the devotional ' and program. The
tnoic was rwith-Healing in. juts
New officers were elcted and ac-
rmtpd as follows: -i
Mrs. J. C. Surratt Chairman; Mrs
Q. J. Sutton, co-chairman; Mrs. J.
A. Reckley, sec. and Treas. Mrs. R.
It. Crossno, devotional leader; Rec.
Leader Mrs. Henry Rivenbarfc, Lit.
anH Pub. Mrs. Herbert west. v.
A contest was conducted by 'Mrs.
B. C. Surratt. The iroetesses served
a chicken aalad plate with pecan
rolls and iced drinks. y
CIRCLE NO 4 met Monday night
with Mrs. A. M. Benton with 18 pre
sent Mrs. G. P. Pridgen held the
devotional. New officers were elec-
cd and accepted. Mrs. A. M. Ben
ton Chairman, Mrs. Belton Mln
shew co-chairman, Mrs. 'Vance
Clodfelter See., Mrs. Frank Hdbbs
Treas., Mra. Paul Hunter Program
Chairman, Mrs. Daulton West -Lit
and Pub. Reporter Mrs. Bel
Mrs. Benton served ice cream
and cookies.. k
THE ANNIE KATE POWELL
circle met Monday night in the
home of Mrs. France Fussell witlh
Mrs. Harlee Jones as co-hostess.
Aln. Ellis Vest, program chairman,
was assisted by Mesdames Edgar
Pollock, Walker McNeil, Moman
Baar, Kathleen Snyder and A. L.
Humphrey. iMrs. Ellis West was al
so in change of the devotional.
.lee cream and cake roll, mints
and nuts were served to the 16 pre
.Bent. .. " "
' THE 'KATIE MURRAY CIRCLE
met .with Mrs. S. A. Jones with Mrs
Xill Vann as co-hostess. Mrs. James
;Franklm Strickland, chairman, pre
sided over the meeting. Mrs. Avon
Sharp gave the devotional and the
program was given by Mrs. Bill
Vann. Coca Colas, potatoe chips,
ipeamits and cookies were served to
' ihe 14 present
THE RUBY DANIEL CIRCLE
met Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'
clock In the borne of Mrs. W. K.
Scott iwlth Mrs. L. O. Williams pre
siding. The devotional was conduc
lad toj Mr. W. D. Byrd. The pro
jgrani "Wisdom, Foolishness and
iorwer" was given by Mrs.. Kate
Herring and Mrs. R. M .Herring.
The 16 guests were served devils
food cake, nuts and iced' tea .
? THE GEORGE ROLLINS CIR
CLE met in the home of Mrs. Da
vis Hollingsworbh with Mrs. Ira Ez
s ell presiding. For . the devotional
Mrs. Frank Thomas read passages
from Corinthians and exerts from
the talks of Dr. Ranking. The pro
gram, given toy Mrs. C. A. Womack
was "A World Inside His Heart".
(It was the missionary life of Dr.
Rankin, who is the executive sec
retary of Foreign Missions. ' '
, The hostess served Ice cream and
THE ROSA HOCUTT'POWELL
circle mei monoay wiin rarj. n.
E. L. Wheeless. Mrs. L. S. Whittle
gave a talk on The Baptist Grounds
in the State" and Mrs. D. T. Cham
bers, chairman, discussed ''Needs
for change and recreation.
Congealed aalad, sandwiches and
iced tea was served by the hostess.
CIRCLE NO. 1 met Monday night
in the Ladles Parlor with Mrs,
James Farmer and Mrs. Robert
Frederick as co-hostesses. Mrs. B.
C. Sheffield. Sr.. oresided over the
meeting in the absence of the chair
man. ' t- ( .
CIRCLE NO. 2 met Monday aft
ernoon with 14 present in the home
of (Mrs. E. p. iswere. Mrs. J. t. ure-
sham, Jr., gave the program and
Mrs. Fred Baars conducted the Bi
ble study which.' was the 2nd com
mandment. Mrs. Ewers home was
attractively decorated with Modon-
na llllies, roses, veroena and larks
pur. Angel . food cake and cream
were served. i, 1
CIRCLE NO. 3 met Monday after
noon with 17 present In the home
of Mrs. w. j. Miaaieton, sr., witn
Mrs. Gib Buck as co-hoetess. Mrs.
C. Page gave the Bible study and
Mrs. B. C. Sheffield, Jr., gave the
program. : .
The hostess served marble cake
and punch. ;. -
Mrs. Potter Is Club
Mrs. Paul Potter was hostess Wed
nesday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock
to her bridge club. Lovely arrange
ments of spring flowers - were in
the living and dining rooms.
Mrs. J. P. Harmon won station
ary for high score and Mrs. L. S.
Whittle was awarded- e vase for
low score. Mrs: H. L. Stevens was
given crocheted pot holders for vi
sitors high. Upon arrival the hos
tess served coca colas to the follow
Mesdames Stevens wmuie, Har
mon, N. A. Mitchell, KODert BiacK
more, Allan Dranugban, Sr., and
Mrs. George Penny. ' ,t ' , " v
At 3 o'clock Mrs. Potter honored
Miss Helen Brown, bride-elect with
a china shower. Miss Brawn and her
mother. Mrs. Tracy Brown, of Mag
nolia, were given' corsages of
sweetpeas. Individual cakes -decor
ated with bridal mot If fa and ice
cream molds were served, after
which the hostess led the way into
the dining room lor punch. The ta
ble was very attractive covered with
an imported linen cutwork cloth
centered with an arrangement of
white lillies, daises, larkspurs and
sweetpeas. Mrs. J. T. Gresnam pre-
aided over the mi nan bowl. .
The bride - elect was given gifts
of ohina. .
Additional guests were Miss
Brown, Mesdames Brown, Gresharn
Herbert Smith, L. A. Beasley, John
Best W. J. Mlddleton, Jr., Laura
Denton. R. D. Johnson, Walter
Bridges, and Mrs. Mavtle Williams,
Cake And Pie Sale
Circle No. 3 of the Presbyterian
church wilt have a cake and pie
sale Friday afternoon in the War
saw Drug jstore from, 4 until a o
clock. ' ' ," ., '. '. .
Mrs. Benton Bridge
Mrs. Arthur Benton delightfully
entertained her bridge club Thurs
day afternoon. Attractive floral ar
rangements were used throughout
the bouse, . -;" - , -
Mrs. Yancey Smith, was awarded
bath powder for high score and Mrs
Albert Newklrk won greeting cards
for traveling. ( .; t t '.
During progressions the hostess
served homemade chocolate fudqe
and coca colas and at the conclu
sion of play ice cream and cookies
Those playing were Mesdames Paul
Kitchen, Herman Holligaworth, La-
wton Albertaon, Albert Newklrk,
Milford Quinn, Moman Baar, 'Yan
cey Smith and the hostess, v.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed H)nes spent the
weekend at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kornegay vi
sited her parents,' Mr. and Mrs.
John Frederick on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Best and Mrs
Paul Berry visited Mrs. Best's sis
ter, Mrs. F. S. Royal In Chinqua
pin Sunday, where they entertain
ed at a birthday dinner honoring
her father, Mr. B. H, Turner, on his
74th birthday. ;
Mr. and Mrs. James Farmer spent
Sunday with his parents in Mount
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sheffield and
Mrs. B. C. Sheffield, Sr., have re
turned home after a week a Top
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown and
Mrs. W. B. Kennedy are staying at
Wlhlghtsville Beach this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Godwin, Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Britt, and Mr.
and Mrs. Caswell Moore spent the
weekend at Wrightaville Beach.
Mr. and Mrs.. Johnny Moore of
Wilmington visited her mother, Mrs
W. J. Midleton, Sr., over the week
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Russ has as
their guest Miss Frances Thomas,
i Mr. and Mrs. James Mlddleton
left for Elton, La., where they will
visit two weeks with their parents.
Mr and Mrs. Ben Cooper are vi
siting her mother, Mrs. Floyd Strir
ckland. ' '
Mrs. John AB&rson Johnson
The marriage of Miss Helen Lou
ise Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Tracy Brown of Magnolia,
and John Anderson Johnson, son
of Senator and Mrs. Rivers Dunn
Johnson of Warsaw, took place Sat
urday evening, June 2, at 6 o'clock,
in the Magnolia Methodist ohuron.
The vows were pledged before uie
Rev. Muriel K. Glover, pastor of
The church was attractively dec
orated in a garden scene with the
use of white gladoli, snapdragons.
and carnations in white floor oas
kets with a background of greenery
including Southern Simllax and
palms. White ornamental candlebra
held cathedral candles. - - -
Mrs. W. J. Mlddleton. Jr., of War
aaw rendered program of nuptial
music prior to the ceremony. In
cluded in the renditions were Beet
hoven's 'Moonlight Sonata," Cho
pin's "Etude in e". "Smllin Through
and All the Things You Are."
Mrs. Middleton accompanied Mrs
Dixon Wood, soloist at Rose Hill,
who sang, "Oh, Promise Me" and "I
Love Thee" by Grieg. The tradi
tional, wedding marches were used
and during the ceremony t'Clair de
Lunaf was softly played. y
The bride, wearing a .colonial
type wedding dress of white silk
marquisette, entered with .her fa
ther, who gave her In marriage. The
gown was .styled with a bertha ed
ged in wide nylon lace, a fitted bod
ice fastened in the back with a row
of tiny lace covered buttons, and
long fitted sleeves. The beufiant
skirt which extended into aviull
train, had added beauty la .the pan
niers which adorned at hip depth
with dual rows of wide ay lea lace.
Her French veil of Illusion was full
length and was attached to a Juliet
eap of seeded pearls. Sh e carried a
white satin bound Bible topped
of lie cJide VUater Po
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witn a winite throated orchid on a
foundation of illusion from which
cascaded a shower of white satin
streamers In which were knotted
minature white blooms. r '...:
Attending the bride was her sis
ter. 'Mrs. William Gattls of Dunn.
She was gowned in a lavender mar
quisette dress over taffeta, with fit
ted Dodice and bouffant skirt A
lavender cap and mitts completed
her ensemble. She carried an arm
bouquet of yellow roses, wine lark
spur and snapdargons. - ,
The bridegroom was attended by
his brother, Vivian Best Johnson
as best man. Ushers were Rivers D.
Johnson, Jr., James Norwood West,
Willis E. Bartlett, Jr. and Eldon
Brown, brother of the bride.
Honorary bridesmaids were Miss
Myra Butler, Miss Lois Godbold,
Miss Virginia Easley, Miss Alta
Lawson, Miss Geraldine Johnson,
Mrs. Eldon Brownr Mrs. Rivers D.
Johnson Jr.; and Mrs. Allen Drau
ghan, Jr. They wore formal dresses
and carnations In their hair.
. Mrs. Brown, mother of the bride,
was attried in a dress of dusty rose
crepe and wore a corsage of atep-
nanotis, Flour d Amour and pinocc
hio roses. The groom's mother cho
se a mauve lace dress and wore a
corsage of champaign cymhidium
orchids and stepbanotis. ,',
CAKE CUTTING "
Mr. and Mrs. H. MoNalr Johnson
and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon E. Brown
entertained with a cake cutting at
the Johnson home in Willard for
the wedding party. ' -
Tne nome was attract ivelv decor
ated in white summer flowers, can
dlelight and wedding bells. After
the first slice of cake was cut by
the bride i and groom-eleot the
guests were served wedding cake.
and ice crema.
' '',KECEPTM)W i.'l-'
Following the ceremony the Bar
ents of the bride entertained with
reception at their home. Mr. aad
cair i ,1 1 ... . . i. 1
and J is. O. P. J u .1 of J ;nai
vllle introduced lama to ti.e recei
ving Une, the groom's parents. Sen
ator and Mrs. Rivers D. Johnson,
Sr.,' the bride and groom, and her
matron of honor, Mrs. William Gat-
tis, Mrs. O. C. Miller, aunt of the'
bride, and Mrs, Paul' JUlanonard or
Wallace presided at the punch
bowl Xlakes, mints and nuts were
served by the honorary bridesmaids
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon 1 Brown pre
sided in the gift room. Mr: and Mrs.
Edd, Harris of Greenville invited
the guests to register .Goodbyes
were said to 'Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Lambert - i';;-, r'i'l
Immediaely after the reception
the bridal couple left for a wedding
trip. For traveling the . bride wore
a suit of light green Irish linen with
white .linen, accessories and the
wmite orchid lor her bridal bou-
QUet T'j-,., i i::v:i-'ti'f'"-:
The bride, a graduate of Magno
lia High school and EOC at Green
ville, Has been a member of the
Warsaw High school faculty for the
past three years, -ft
The bridegroom: attended Gen
eral Motors Institute in Michigan,
He served with the U. S. Air Force
during World War II. j
Upon their return from their wed
ding trip, the - couple , will be at
home in Warsaw- where Mr. John
son is employed by the Warsaw Mo
tor Company, i , n
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Albertson
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Rlvenbark in Rose Hill Sun
day. ;;; .,sy;.f '!;''
Mrs. 'Hubert Middleton accompa
nied mt. l. s. wihittie to Richmond
Saturday where she. will visit her
daughter. , . . f
. Mr. O, P. McArthur of Clinton
spent. Sunday with the- Powell sis
ters.' .':.. .,: . .
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Straughnhave
returned home after their vaca
tions. (;,-. ,:t:.,.,,y.A .- i.
The Powell sisters went ta Sev
en Springs on Sunday. '
(Mr. and Mm. Fred Rovelle visit
ed relatives lp "Washington, D. C
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Edaar Pollock and
children spent Sundar at White
Judge and Mrs. William T. Hatch
of Raleigh and Mrs. G. L. B. Pen
ny visited with Mr. and Mrs. George
renny over the. weekend. ;' .-.
Despite severe winter Injury, to
apple trees in some western cdun
ties sand spring frost damage to
both peach and apple blossoms
throughout most of (he State, pros
pects for North. Carolina's apple
and peach crops are good.
BANISH PIMPLES, ACNE.
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smut dratiriate m mmt UOt, mm
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; Warsaw Brag Co, Warsaw '.
Vr ' Clarka Drag Stew, Waniaw -
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, i MISS LOIS MARILYN GODBOLD Is the dailglu
ter- of Mh and Mrs. CharUe AadrsW Godbold of,
Warsaw, who announce her engagement, toJames
; Norwood West J Sson of Mrs. Anna West and the
.lata Mr West also of Warsaw. The wedding is
planned for early falL- -
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