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;:J;3 Hostess ;
On Thursday ' evening '-Mrs.
i.arles Sheffield was hostess
when ah entertained at a session
t-A bridge at ner home on Pollock
street Guests included members
U her club and an additional table.
A n arrangement of white lillies end
niuut iaijtsmir ornamented the liv
ing room and varigated larkspur
were used elsewhere in tne borne.
A novelty milk container was
won by (Mrs. Ed. Hines for club
high and Mrs. Hines also received
a butter slicer for traveling. Vlsit
or's high, a Irult Juice set, went
to Mrs. JH. W. Riggs. ,
. Upon arrival the guests iwere
served punch from a punch bowl in
the dining room and throughout
the game punch , was enjoyed. Re
freshments consisted 01 cnicicen sa
Yars3i7 Fish Market
V':'' f Fresh Quality Seafood Dally From Ceaat
' .' Wa Sell Cheaper"
(Next Deer To A&P)
Both Wholesale and Retail
Know Tour Flea or Know Toot fisherman
D. Z. HOLLOMAN '
Free Phone S2 We -
Dressing , Warsaw. N. C. , . Deliver
1 t s I
lad, hot french fries and datenut
oreaa wiin cream cneese.
Players were Mesdsmee . Hines,
Riggs, J. F. Strickland, Edward
Strickland. J. H. Hines, . T. Gresh
am, : Robert Frederick, Daulton
West, Maurice Jordan, H. C. Allen,
Joyce Burton and Mitchell Brltt
free Will D-jjIisf.
.'The original Free Will Baptist
Ladies auxiliary held its regular
monthly meeting at the home of
Mrs. E. C. Taylor on Wednesday
nght at eight o'clock. The meeting
opened -with the singing of Work
For the Night is Coming. Mrs. E.
C. Tavlor led the devotional. Mrs.
Loanie Denson ibad charge of the
program. Those taking part In the
program were uuesuames itoDeri
Pope, Mrs. Lester Anderson and
Mrs. S. E. Parker. The meeting
closed with a prayer led by Mrs.
John S. Eason, the hostess. Mrs.
Robert' Pope served sandwiches.
congealed salad, cookies and drinks
WMU Met Monday
p m In Ledies Parlor
The WMU of the Baiptlst church
met Monday afternoon in the ladles
parlor of the church with Mrs.
Edgar Pollock presiding in the ab
sence oi juts. J. v. urocK. ine
meeting opened with a Song toy the
group and a prayer led by (Mrs.
David Chambers. Mrs. Clarence
Brown was pianist. 1
Mrs. John Fonville was In change
of the program. She was assisted
by Mrs. Enis Tadlock and Mrs. Leofl
Miller. A special Heck-Jones Me
morial offering was taken. ; Mrs.
George Bennett closed the meeting
with a prayer.
v The Intermediate Girl's Auxilia
ry of the Baptist church met Mon
day afternoon at the church with
the counselor, Mrs., Frank Thomas,
present Miss Ross Garner presid
ed. Miss Naomi Eason gave the pro
gram on "Independence." New of
ficers for the year are Miss Joyce
Whittle, president; Naomi Eason,
vice-president; Iris Ezzell, secretary
treasurer. After the church meeting
the OA's assembled at the home
of Mrs. George Rollins for a short
devotional. Joyce Whittle ' was in
charge of the program which was
on Prayer.; . ? .
The Junior Girl's Auxiliary met
at four o'clock at the Baptist church
with the three counselors, Mrs. it.
M. Herring, Mrs. J. W. Straughao
and Miss Peggy Mltoneu present.
JackiS FusseU presided. Ruth Byrd
gave the devotional and the pro
gram on iMission in una. une
Heck-Jones - : Memorial - .offering
was discussed. A good attendance
was enjoyed.. ' -
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Warsaw's Leading Dept. Store - r
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SASH, DOORS, SHEET
ROCK, ROCK LATH,
ROCK WOOL,, PLASTER,
LIME, CEMENT' BRICK,
MORTAR, PAINTS, TER
RA-COTTA PIPE, DRAIN
TILE, WHITE ASBESTOS
SHINGLES, ALL KINDS
OF ROLL ROOFING, 5-V
CRIMP . TIN. FOOF1NG
BRICK SIDING '
Sunday School class
Has Weiner Roast
The : Nit Bland Sunday school
class had a weiner roast on Mon
day evening at the home of Mrs.
R. M. Herring, assistant teacher
tor the class. Mrs. W. D. Byrd was
present Weiners and drinks were
enjoyed about seven o'clock,: fol
lowing which a business meeting
was held. (There were ten present.
The sunbeams of the Baptist church
(held their regular meeting at the
cnurcn on iwonaay afternoon witn
the leader, Mrs. J. M. Daley, in
charge. Mrs. C. V. Garner was pian
ist and led the singing. She was
assisted by Ross Garner. Following
a Bible story and missionary story
by the leader the hostesses, Mes
dames Ormond Grice and Francis
Fussell, served lemonade and coo
kies. There were seven members
dituliter spent the weekend at Ca
Miss Lib West left Friday to
spend . sevei'al weeks - with her
grandmother, Mrs. Laura FuKord
Mrs. S. E. Jones of Salt Lick. Ky.
spent Wednesday with Mrs. John
Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ca
sey of Rook Hill, S. C. were Wed
nesday guests ol Mrs. Frederick.
Mrs. John Frederick left Tues
day to be at the bedside of her sis
ter, Mrs. Casey Thompson,' who is
a patient at Wayne' Memorial hos
pital.. ' .
Mr .and Mrs. Wade Carlton and
Mr. and Mrs. - Morris Kornegay
spent Sunday at Wrightsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart and son,
Ashley, of Bute's Creek, left Sun
day after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Jones.- . . -
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Strickland are
spending a few days at Carolina
Beach. '-- -li
(Harold MatthU, USCG, located at
Morehead City, came home Monday
for a short visit with his family. ;
Miss Laura West and Miss Anne
Jot, h est, U3N, son of Iwr. and
Mrs. Henry : West, - left Monday
night for California after a leave
at home with his parents.
Geopge Best left Sunday to en
ter Wake Forest summer school.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Hudson
spent Sunday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Oarlton en route to Wash
ington City. " ' " ' '
Mr. and Mrs. . John Anderson
Johnson are ' occupying the new
stpBrtment at the Packer home on
Hill street '
(Mrs. Stacy Brltt is a patient at
James Walker hospital this week.
She is expected to return to her
home the last of the week. . . .'
Miss Betty Jean Brltt returned
this week after spending a month
in Concord with her grandmother,
Mrs. Annie Green.
Mrs. Elizabeth Porter and son
Bobby- have moved their residence
from Warsaw to Jacksonville. She
Is still actuated with the Carolina
Telephone -and Telegraph Compa
ny. . ,
Miss (Martha Ann Smith Is at-
J 3 ft,
i and 4 Ply
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j V' YEAS t ALWAYS tor 86 YEARS.
ii . .
Mrs. Kupton Cni.h and sons are
spending several days at their home
at Topsail Beach. i
Mr. and Mrs J. D. 'Sloanvof Chin
quapin annuonce the 1irth of a girl,
Gale Marie on June 1 at Memorial
hospital in Kinston. Mrs. Sloan is
the former Helen Pierce of Wal
lace, Rt 4j . i' ,f
Announce Dirlli :
Mr. and -Mrs. Thomas W. Qulnn,
h. v. . i
. Phones! Off. 312, Res. 582
WARSAW, N. C.
Sales and "Rentals 1
Town and Country
Prcftty ' '
LISTINGS fc' ELICITED ',
Mary Herring Circle
Z.J. CARTERS SON
WALLACE, N. C
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' The Mary Herring Circle met
on Thursday niight wib. Mrs. John
Fonville with 11 members present.
Mrs. Leon Miller gave the devotion
al and the missionary program.
Following the meeting, the hostess
served sandwiches, cakes and
drinks. , , - ;.
' Members of the John Frederick
family and out of town guests en
Joyed a Barbecue supper on Wed
nesday evening at . the- Frederick
home-, on Chelly street, Barbecued
chicken and pork with accessories
were served. . ,' , '.
Attending were ,Mr,'. and Mrs.
John Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Frederick and family, all of
Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fre
derick of Kinston M Mr. and Mrs.
Jk Kornnay of Goldsboro; Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Casey Frederick of
ttuck mil, S. C; S. E. Jones and
Messrs . Clendale and . Calhoun
Jones of Salt Lick, Ky. ' ,
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Mrs. Milton WAot r,A nhlMran
and Mesdames Jack Qulnn and J.
J. West are spending several days at
uw muron west cottage at Topsail
Miss Barbara West is visiting Ca
rolina Beach. -
Mr. and Mrs. .V. A. Standi spent
the weekend In Rn lotah Mr Bunn
ell's mother is ill at Rex hospital.
Jerrv Hnlllnlirniirnrtfh ann nt Ml
and Mrs. Herman Hollingsworth,
Is confined to his home with a foot
infection.. . ,
Mr. and Mm. T. M T.arwiief..
of Durham spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas.
J 'Dr. and Mm. D P. Rni nt rnMa.
boro spent Sunday with Mr. and
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i Warsaw And
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PHONE 854 i.
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Anything In Wood Work
, SCREENS "FRAMES
Also Church Pews and Pulpits
WARSAW WOOD PRODUCTS CO.
tT.-tgirintutpH , rip, v
fIr. Tobacco Farmsr
' !-' Once again we are approaching another cut.
: ing season. As a friendly reminder we wish to ad-,
xrjse that you inspect and repair all tank supports '
to prevent tanks falling, since we cannot he re-v
sponsible for losses due to inadequate supports.
- -; 'Also,in order to give you the same service
i that we have tried to give in the past, we expect J
to begin delivering at once. Oil curing has in-
".jtreased constantlyver the years and we will ex
ert every effort to keep pace and render good ser- v
vice that you, our customers, have the right to- ex-
pect Too, because of , the large capital -required
and other circumstances, we will sell on cash ba- .
' sis, as in the past ' ' - - f ' ' ' 1 1
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We wish for each. and every one of you the
best and most prosperous season ever; ' , T
MACK OIL CO.
Warsaw, N. C
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