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OX's Met ;
At the home of Mrs. Fred Baars
on Bill street the James Kenan
chaiptec of the United Daughters of
the Confederacy held its regular
meeting at three-thirty .. o'clock.
Joint - hostesses were ' Mesdames
, John Best, W. P. Bridges end S. E
Hines, Presiding over the twenty
members was Mrs. N. B. Boney 61
Kenansvllle. Miss Mary Alice
, Phones: Off. S12. R. 892'
; , WARSAW, V, C. 1
i Sales and Rentals' '
Town and Country
' " ; SCREENS ( FRAMES
- CABINETS MOLDIN'S
Also Church Pews and Pulpiis
X n1 l i lit ni l
3 the -fcaihres
' " " " " kww.fcJi I. II iiini'ii mi iwtf iirf immB
SUN, MON JCL1 M
I With'Gene Tierney and
John Lund :.;'
TUES. JULY S
With Montgomery Clift
i and Paul Douglas Wf
WED. JULY -f'
f With Preston Foster
' t Movies Are Better! Than Ever U
' Why Worry T See a Movie ! . :,
. Beulaville, N. C. f ,
FRIDAY JUNE 29
Bring The Kids To See-
Sniss family Robinson
The Family That Ontdld Robinson Cruaoe 1
' Starring THOMAS MkTCHELL ;
Serial Chapter 10 . . -
SATURDAY JUNE 30
Starring GEORGE MONTGOMERY , ELLEN DREW
A Top Notch Western Plus A Cartoon And Serial ... . .
SUNDAY - MONDAY 1-2 . ! . y . ,
. . -GitirJad:""
' ' " - i " (In Teohnloolor) r
7 Starring ALLEN LADD and MONA FREEMAN
.1 Color Cartoon and News Reel '. ., , -.
TCDAY - V.TDNESDAY
t'g l "hie Pet re 1
l, . .. ... ...... .y w
B'.aekmore presented the program,
The Jef ergon Davis Highway. Del-i
egates were appointed to Attend the
conventions to be held In Aahevlle
and Wnston Salem. They "were
Mesdames' C. A. Womack, Vf: J.
Mddleton, Sr., Fred Baars, L. S.
Whittle, N. A. Mitshell, Miss Black
more and others. A commute was
appointed to work on the UDC
' in the- llvlraa room o! the Baars'
home, arrangements of Magnolias.
gardenias -and. a mixed arrangement
of gladioli were used. The dining
table held a centerpiece of red and
white gladoll with blue hydrangea,
fruit decorated the buEfet and cle
metls the serving table. - .
, The hostess served pimento sand
wliohes, reception cakes and tea.
Is 7 Years Old
On Saturday afternoon at four o'-
clock young Miss Connie Frederick
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert-
rrwimM s.ipraAi hr uwanifh
birthday with party at her home
on tium street. 31 friends at the.
honoree assembled for games and
With Marjorie Main
THURS. FRL JULY 6- .
On The Riviera
With Danny Kaye and
y-1-? Gene Tierney ,5
SAT. 'JULY 7";
Kangaroo Kid p
With Jock O'Mahoney I
3-4 . .
v t -
.' The dining table of the Freder
ick home was covered with white
linen cloth and an arrangement of
gladioli appointed one end, while a
two tiered birthday cake decorated
wif.h mink rnsetiuds and ereen
leaves was placed at the other end
of the table. Gladioli were. also
used in the Uvlng room, v
Guests received favors o! ball
oons in the shape of baby chicks.
: Upon arrival coca colas were ser
ved and after many games were
enjoyed tee cream' and cake was
served. The honoree received many
usful and attractive gifts.
Rites June 17
(Miss Eleanor 'Margaret Dail, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dail
unit .T r Garrltv. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Emory iGarrity of Warsaw
were married oh Sunday, June 17
in Dillon, S. C. The (bride wore na-
vy blue with white accessories.
Mrs. Garrlty Is employed with
the Warsaw Shoe Store in Warsaw
and Mr, Garrity with the Warsaw
Motor, vesnpany, ,j
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Rob
ert Lewis entertained members of
her,, bridge club at her home on
Plank street. Seasonal flowers dec
orated rooms, where, guests assera
4led for the leame.
A china teapot was won by Mrs.
iMoman Barr for chub high. Mrs.
John A. Johnson received ash
trays for visitor's htghi For travel-
Ming' Mrs. A. M. Benton won note-
jf or refreshments Mrs. Lewis ser
ved angel food cake and during the
game served -coca colas and pota
.Players were Mrs. Lewis, Mesdames-
Banv Johnson, Benton, J.
W. Straughan, V. A. Standi, Laugh
ton Albertson and Albert Newkirk.
M OT P R P ARK
Drive In Theatre
Entertainment Vaiue" ,
Shows at 7:30 & 9Mj?. m.
Adults 30 c Kids (under
12yrs. Wears) Free-;
SUNDAY JULY 1
Battling Bozos of Co. B
I Breakthrough m
;r'i.':;'.;::';' : Starring
DAVID BRIAN JOHtf
. AGAR- FRANK
Also Color Cartoon &
MON. - TUES - 2, 3 j
f (In Technicolor) -Wonder,
Musical . . , j. ,
The West Point Story
i Starring -.
VIRGINIA MAYO, " 1
: GORDO McCRAE
i Doris Day - -'o
Also Color Cartoon '
WED. ONLY July 4
A Holiday Treat
With The Bumsteads ' :
Also Cartoon and last of
Bruce Gentry and 1st chap
ter James Bros. Serial.
Big Western Adventure :
!v Dodge City ;
. , " Starring
: ERROL FLYNN ANN
1 SHERIDAN OUVA
Also Color Cartoon
SAT. ONLY -7.
; Give Out Sisters
; DAN DAILEY
RUSr.I .L IIAYDEN
THE DUPLIN TIMES
Mrs. Jones Club, -Meets
, Mrs. Jones
Members of Mrs. Emerson Jones'
club met with her on Tuesday even
ing for their regular bridge session.
Upon arrival ; the hostess served
fresh peach ice cream and devil's
food cake. During progressions icea
drinks and potatoe chips were en-
Mrs. M. A. Smith won visitors
high. Club high ajid traveling went
to Mrs. Mattie Torrans.
Playing were Mesdames Paul Ki
tchen. Albert Newkirk, Emerson
Jones. Irene Martin, J. D. Davis
M. A. Smith, Mattie Torrans, ana
Miss Mamie Eethea.
Mrs. H. W. Riggs entertained her
hrlrtffn club on Tuesday eveni- p
her home on Pollock street. Sum
mer flowers were used In the liv
ing and dining room where iguesls
were entertained. Upon arrival the
hostess served Iced lemonade and
throughout the evening cups were
replenished. v. ,. . "v- ,
For high scoring Mrs. Ed. Hines
received a crystal vase. Ash trays
went to Mrs. Mitchell Britt for traveling..'-',.
'. : V v .
.. At conclusion of the game the
hostess served lemon pies.
Enjoying Mrs. Biggs hoapiUltly
were Mesdames Hines, Britt, Bill
Leinbaoh, Robert Frederick, W. G.
Britt, Maurice Jordan, Joyce Bur
Jon and. John Fonvllle, vl;
Sammy Godwin, son o! Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Godwin celebrated, his
fourth birthday with a circus par
ty at his home on Chelly street.
The young guests were enter
tained on the rear lawn of the God
win home. The green and yellow
drum-shaped birthday cake cen
tered the glass top lawn table. It
was surrounded by minature clowns
Favors consisted of clown hats and
whistles. Refreshment plates held
ice cream cones, decorated as clown
faces and animal crackers.
BEST IN MUSIC
WEEK BEGINNING JULY 1ST
I Can Get It For You
Starring SUSAN HAYWARD and
MONDAY r TUESDAY.
JOHN LUND , THELMA RITTER
Wednesday; Double Feature
r- .-..isowery, usaixanon . ,
Starring the EAST SIDE KIDS'
f .And -, ,.V. -
Hands Across Rockies
SUrrinr WILD BILL ELLIOTT
THURSDAY ' ' '
Starring LINDA DARNELL and
Night Into Morning
Starring- RAY MILLAND and
SATURDAY Doable Feature -
Snake River Desparadoes
-4 V Bodyhold
Owl Show, SATURDAY
S tan-in JIMMY LYDON and
' GLORIA WINTERS ,
SATURDAY JUNE 30 Double Feature
Hills Of Oklahoma
With REX ALLEN
:"":::::. :. And 'v.- !
In Old Missouri
With The WEAVER BOYS
New Serial: Pirates of HJfh Seas ;
SUNDAY - (MONDAY
Three Guy s Named Mike
r Starring JANE WYMAN and VAN JOHNSON 1
Starring JOHNNY McBROWN
Tvo Veslis With Love
Starring JANE POWELL , RICARDO MONTALBAN
The party was held from 10 un
til 11 on Saturday mornm?. Aiw..
38 were present. Sammy, received
many attractive gilts. f :
Mr: and Mrs. Kenneth Brock are
now making their home in Rich
mond. For the past five years Mr.
Brock' has been a substitute clerk
on the AOL railroad. He has been
jwe.moted to regular clerk in the
Postal Transportation Service. His
un is irom Richmond to Hamlet.
!M r Rrf iSv Earl Hudson, before
her marriage June 17, was Miss
ptel'a Elizabeth Herring,, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L,. Herring oi
I Warsaw. Mr. Hudson is tne son oi
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hudson of
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McColman
of - Newton Grove announce the
birth of a daughter on Thursday
June 21 in Samoson Memorial hos
pital. Mr .and Mrs. McColman are
former residents of Warsaw when
he- was stationed here with the
State Highway Patrol.
Mesdames Robert Frederifk and
WwrA Strickland spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs, Paul Britt are spen
J'n tlhis week at Myrtle Beach.
Mrs. Roibert Lewis is confined to
her bed with a knee injury, the re
sult of a fall received Friday at
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hines spent
the weekend at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Martin ana
children and Mrs. W. P. Crawford
of Raleigh spent the weexena wun
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baars and Mrs.
Mrs. Edgar PollocK return ea sun
day after spending several days in
New York City. She was accom
panied Iby Mrs. Emmet Pollock of
Mr. Hapton Smith spent the week
end with his family at Surf City.-
Mr. and Mrs. E. Walker Stevens
are spending two weeks at their
summer home at Surf City.
Mrs. Ralph Best, Sr. is a patient
at Duke hospital.
Mrs. L. R. George of Kinston
spent several days recently with
her daughter, Mrs. Graham Phil
lips. Mrs. Chester Sunday of Raleiigh
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. A.
Miss Barbara Standi returned
Tuesday a.ter a visit In La Grange.
Tree fanners in 30 states have
certified their thnberlands for per
nanent forest growth and use
under the American Tree Form Sys
tern. . i, ,-,
The American Tree Farm Sys
tem, started in 1941, has now spread
to 30 states. - - ' ' '
. A. R. KORNEGAY ? S
Aibner Rudolph Kornegay, S3, died
In a Klnsion hoip.tal Thursday
june 21 after several weeks of ill
ness following a cerebral hemoraga
Funeral services were conducted at
3:30 p. m. Sunday from the home
of a brother, Wui.e Kornegay in
Pink Hill witn a D.scjp.es of Curist
min.ster ot ctting Bur.al follow
ed in the L. r Tynaa.l cemetery
v.ej.v the home.
Koniegay was employed at the
Kinston fost Ofi.ce lor the pas.
j.gnt years as a pji-ee. pott clerk.
exior to tnat h taugnt sciiool for
a number ot jear a:'.d served as
school pr.nc.pa. .n Omu, 'Vai.
aooro a.id Ouuws Bridge. He was
a graauaie il Atiam.c Christian
He was the son of Mrs. Lettie
Tyndall Kornegay and t..e lt.ie a
J. Kornegay a.;d v.as born in the
i'ink Hili section. Surviving with
his mother are live brothers, Roy
of New Bern, Vvn.ie ana Sam oi
Pink Hill and Edgar and Joie.j...
oi Deep Hun
Kornegay was a member of the
Gordon street Chuic.i o. Chris,
and oi tne Baraga cats Oi taa.
RALPH W. OUTLAW
Ralph W. Outlaw, 4ti, aied of a
heart attack in Fayetteviile Wed
nesday at 10:15 a. m.
Surviving are his .wife, the form
er Helen Garner, Duplin County, a
son, Reese, in the armed forces; a
daughter, Mrs. Donna Wool.ord, Fa
yetteville; parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1. V. Outlaw, Outlaws Bridge; 3
brothers, Milton and Alton of Sev
en Springs and Alvin Outlaw of
Kinston; two sisters, Mrs. Herman
Outlaw and Pauline Outlaw of Out
laws Bridge, and a grandchild.
Funeral rites were conducted In
Mt. Olive from Tyndall Funeral
Home ohapel Thursday at 4 p. m.
iTnivc--i!ist oastnr, Rev. L. C. Pra
ter officiated. Burial was. in the
MRS. CARRIE D. MAY
Mrs. Carrie Davis May, 65, wife
of J. B. May and a native of Pink
Hill section, died earlv Tuesdiv.
The funeral was from Garners Fu
"eral Home in Kinston at 8 p. m.
Thursday with burial in Maplerwood
Cemetery there. The Rev. N. P. Fa
rrior, Presbyterian of Pink Hill, of
ficiated. A daughter of Mrs. Laura
.Tones Davis o. the Pink Hill see,
Mrs. May resided in Wi'son for 25
years before going to Washington
Surviving are her mother; her
husband, J. B. May of Washington,
D. C, a daughter, Carrie May of
Washington; two brothers, Thur
man D"'is of "-' v-mt and Ru
dolph Davis of Pink Hill.
James "Pe:e Ward, ol. Drummon
dsville section farmer, died while
on nis way to a doctors o'fice in
l a Grange Tuesday at 11:30 a. m.
He had been in declining health for
Surviving are his wife, the form
er Marie Potter; one daughter. Rose
Mane of the home, six sisters, Mrs
Fred Hill, Mrs. Winnie Thompson,
Mrs. Mary Stroud, Mrs. judw
FieMs, all of Seven Springs; Mrs.
E. W. Sadler of Kenansvllle. Mrs.
C. H.' Baker, Wilson and j number
of nephews and nieces. Funeral ser
vices were held from the home on
Rt. 2, Seven Springs, Wednesday
at 4 p. m. Elder Rudolph Harper of
the Latter Day Saints officiated as
sisted -by the Rev. Wesley Price,
Free Will Baptist minister. Burial
was in the family cemetery.
A. B. BAINS
A.I B. Bains, 70, of Warsaw died
at a Clinton hospital Wednesday at
2:30 p. m. after a brief illness. He
was a tobacco man in Wilson for
a number of years. Funeral rites
were conducted irom the home
Thursday at 3:30 p. m. with burial
in Pinecrest cemetery. Surviving
are his wife, the former Betty B.
Hill of Warsaw; two brothers. J. R
Bains of Wallace, O. B. Bains,
Spring Hope; three sisters, Mrs. Joe
Pierce, Spring Hope, Mrs. W. L. Mo
rris, Wilson, Mrs. Nora Fertig, Char
leston, W. Va.; several nieces and
GEORGE L. BLANTON
George L. Blanton. 79. died at
his home' in Wallace Tuesday aft
ernoon. Funeral rites were con
ducted from Wallace Baptist church
Thursday at 4 p. m. bv Dr. Eigene
Poston and the Rev. Kenmit Wheel
er and the Rev. J. E. Lanier. Burial
CHINQUAPIN, N. C.
Week of July 1
SUN. and MON.
DAN DAILEY and CORINE
News and Cartoon
TUES. and WED :
THE BIG WHEEL
MICKEY ROONEY and THOMAS
Cartoon . . .
THURS. and FRL -
HUMPHREY BOG ART and
ALEXANDER KNOX .
Short and Cartoon
JOHN COURTLAND and BETTY
Cartoon, Short and Serial.
was in Rockfish cemetery. Surviv
ing are his wife,- a daughter,. Mrs.
Edith Willard, Wilmington, a grand
son, two brothers,' H. B. and Jud
Blanton of Wallaces : v yi:- v
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