Ulrs. Howard Joiner, Reporter and Subscription Agent.
jt tease iui hits, joiner at telephone 454 lor news v
D::;!;f2rs Sfdy lives Of Lee,
:;:i:n And Ikory At Regular filing
The United Daughters of the con-
lea eracy neia us regular tnontniy
meeting on January 24th. at the
home of Mrs. 1. B. Huie. She was
assisted In entertaining by Mrs.
Rivers Johnson, Mrs. John Pierce
and Miss Alice Blackmore.
The president, Mrs. Paul Potter,
- presided at the meeting. Mrs.
Henry Stevens who is the Dlvlsion-
. xi ouue rresiaeni, gave an interest
ing account of the recent meetings
that she had attended. ; : :
The program was in charge of
Mr.-N. B. fioney of Kenansvllle,
who was assisted by Mrs. Charles
Carroll and Mn , C A .. .Wnmv
The lives of Lee, Jackson and Mau
ry wnose Birthdays are in January
were read and diamiawd ; Mr
Charles Carroll read speech, by
me late Mrs. w. il. Hill on presen
tation of crosses of honor. '
- After toe oron-am th hnatoaa
served oartv sandwiches anil ta
The visitors present were Sara
Huie,: Mrs. Luther Beasley, Mrs.
Daisy Smith, Mrs. John Johnson,
Mrs. Herbert Best Jr.. Mm Jpptv
newaoia, , ana Mrs. . Claiborne
Quinn. - i :
.at the Detroit Garden and Flow
er Show In 1946. She is an ac
credited iudee of both aneclmen
oioom ana nawer arrangements
ana is connected with the Women's
National Farm anil flarfiort Aaawta.
Hon, the National Council of State
Garden Clulha and Mm Amtriran
Warsaw Garden Club Hews And Holes
Noted Flower Expert Make Talk
' One of the MffhllEhta at thm mid,
: winter Garden events will be the
Interesting free lecture on flow
er arranging at the Moose Hall,
Third and race Streets on Tues
day, January 29th at 2 P.M., when
The Garden Center of Wilmington
will present Mrs. Frank Kauten
berg of Kalamazoo, Michigan and
Richmond, Virginia, who will give
B stepMby-step demonstration of
how to make modern and period
arrangements - empnasizing line),
mass, and line mass details.
Mrs. KautenbeFff. r a natlnnallv
known flower arrane-er. hnlda th
National Council and Michigan
State Horticulture .Certificate in
JudSinC flower shows, nArtlm iltitr
flower show practice, and land
scape design. She was Invited to
Judge at the Ntaional Flower Show
in Washington. rD C. laat mrini
She won the SweeDstakea award'
tic flowers have alreadv arrived at
the Garden Center from. Florida
where the arranger anent a rwMt
vacation. ' This material will be
urcu .iu Hw w Mie UTimemeHLB.
hut the major portion of her work
will consist of everyday flowers
ana shrubs in our Ional oorri&n.
The material tn ha usad mill in.
elude - roses, gladiola. maenolla
leaves, tern, snapdragons, (flower
ing shrubs, including our own beau
tiful camellias. -:
Thi la an Anttnrtiinlfw 4t
- j-t- v.. . uv
one who is interested in flower ar-
uausiug Buuiu miss, saia Airs..
Sallie Birmingham Executive Sec-!
retarv of the Canton rnt.r li
eating capacity lor 00 to
The first1 term honor roll fur
the Warsaw High School has been
released by J, p. Harmon, Princi
The complete list of honor grade
students is as follows: - r
Seventh grade girls Sara -Alice
Pussell, Lynette Bostie Janice Wil
liams. Boys Henry Carlton, H. C.
Philips. ' ' ,- .
Seventh crradA JTIrth nnnth 1
! liiria toara Alice Fussel, Carolyn
carter, Janice Williams and Lyn
ette Bostic. Boys nHenry Carlton
Seventh erade TirmiMm
Lynette Bostic t
Eighth grade fourth month
Girls Ann Blanchard Marie Brock,
,ucy iwnn, Edith Bitter, Reba
i , ... a Suula, Pat Hutbard
ami Lnirley Shine. n - ,
toinih Grade Fourth Month
Girls Betty Mozingo Peggy To
rans and Joyce Whittle. Boys
Ronald Rowe . f'v. '-.':
Ninth grade term Girls Betty
Mozir and Peasv Ton-ana.. Bon
Bonaiu Rowe. - ; -
Tenth ffrariAlTniirth Month
Girls Nancy Houston. Boys John
.Tenth grade Term Girls Nan
cy Houston and Molly Hipp. Boys
John Steed. a-,. , . i
Mitchell and Mamie Bostic. L-. .
Twelfth Grade Fourth Month
uu jo mary juuzaoem . i'acicer,
Joyce Ann Jones and Barbara Rowe
Saufst Barbara StanclL Kathryn Twelfth Grade Term Girls Mary
Whalv and Pat HuhharJ I ru...u . . T '
,rtHA2'rLll -we am Jones
Blanchard, Lucy .Dunn. Barbara' ua .,,. . . i-.i.
'The Home Gardner' Is llame Of Hew
Hub Organized In arsan Recently
Suests will be mads aviiioht t k.
Moose Hall, which the Garden Cen
ter is rentlna for thta
Mrs. Kautenberg't visit si being
made ooaslbla hv
Educational Foundation and the
Garden Center of wnmtnotn-
Local Garden Club Member Rmk
On Januartf 93rd In thA Iiahu a;
boo Mrs. Auen uraugnon Jr. a group
Sunday-Monday, February 3-4
With GARRY COOPER and MARI ALDON
Tuesday, Febrnary 5
Wednesday, February 6
My Outlaw Brother
With MICKEY ROONEY and ROBERT PRESTON
... Ana -
My Other Brother
Mrs. Edwin P. Ewers and Mrs.
E. C. Thomnsnn nut Hh tk-
Whiteville Garden Club in Whlte-
Ire y, January 17th where
Mrs. Thompson gave a program on
Alter Arranffemanta fll,tra..t v
I me uw set irom me Warsaw Meth
odist Church. Pope Plus camel
lias aim LiananftaA flnuiaHnn
the flowers she imnmui n v,.
occasion, were chosen because they
lc uonung at tnis sseason. Forty
four members were present and de-
iiciuux mrpsnniAntB m.am - i
, Crocus Peeking Through '
crocus which were plant
ed DV th Wav.fi... 1 .i .
in (December are now showing signs
of life. Lets all tn,
look out and not .n.i. u
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Thursday-Friday, February 7-8
The Raging Tide
With SHELLEY WINTERS and RICHARD CONTE
Saturday,. February 9
South Of Caliente
With ROY ROGERS
i i ii n nil n wvr i
II 11 II
I ui ive-iii
of women met tn nrnnlu a sard
en club .choosing for their name
"The 'Home RardAnara" - i t;.
The ground work for this meet
ing was una wnen on January 16th
Mrs. W' J. Tavlor waa hnataaa tn
Some OrOSnepHv mAmHAra and a
four members of the Warsaw Gar
den Club, invited to help with the
preliminary - discussions necessary
for forming a new club. , -
Offkwra for th njuur JtltiH an tn
be: ,. ,
President, Mrs. Daulton West,
Vice President, Mrs. Jerry New
boldr Secretary, Mrs. James Nor
wood West, Jr.; - Treasurer, Mrs.
B. C. Sheffield Jr.
The Daffodil waa uluian (n V.
Club flowar and Hia mraj..
- - -. was. w. v. imucr
day afternoon in each month was
scieeiea ior tne regular meetings.
iw nostess servea a salad plate
with cookies and coffee.
of Mrs. Bonnie Brown is a patient
at the General Memorial hospital
in Klnston. . .
a7adt PrlvatA ITlnvd -TnnAa who
attended college at Clemson, S. C.
is spending several days with his
parents sax. ana jars. r.. ti. 4 ones.
I Mrs. Belton Mlnshew and Mrs.
Irene Martin recentlv vlaited Mr
jeweu isiajpass in tnnton, ' . .
Mrs. Herbert L. West and son
Alfred, spent last Thursday in Jack
sonville wnere wey viaitea ,Mrs.
Ruby Swlnson. ' :!'.)
Mrs. C. D. Frederick Jr. recent
ly visited relatives in Mount Olive.
; Miss Annie Ross Williams return.
ed from Greensboro where she
visited relatives. . i
: Mrs. N. A. MitcheU spent the
wees; ena witn Mr. and Mrs, Ben
Teale in Charleston, S. C. J v
Mr. F. H. Fussel and Mrs.'H. A.
Parker are spending the week in
Greensboro visiting Mrs; W. D. Fus
sel : ,a ',.
Mr. Ernest Hussey has returned
from Tenessee where ha hat hn
Miss Bettv Phlllns scent the wapV
euu in runsion.
Miss Alma Humphrey and Mr,
and Mrs. W. D. Byrd have left for
a montns visit to relatives in Mis
sissippi. , -j j ;. ' 'i "
Miss Sue Shine and Miss Jean
Miller spent the week end with
mrs. norwooa oosuc or TiorioiK,
Va. : I :- y -
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blackmore
and . children of Winston Salem
wero week end visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Will Blackmore. , (, t,
Mrs. E. C. Thomson and Mrs.
Edwin P, Ewers met witlb. the
Whiteville Garden Club on Jan.
17th. where Mrs. Thomson gave al
program on Altar Arrangemei -lustrated
by the altar set fror) t s
Warsaw Methodist Church. K. --
Pius Camellasand Japanese flow
ering quince were usea iw tnc w
r.t,nnr , vnrHr four members were?
present at this meeting. ;
Jerrv Joiner spent the week end
with B. H. Oates Jr.,' in iNew Bern.
. W f MiU lTanaan on ft . HjlltPhtaa.
ixii a. iicnia uuou wu --o - .
Ann r9 UUtm I rwrtiTi omnf .
I the week end with her grand par
ent, mar, ana .mrs. a. i. xvuaa.
Mew Officers Installed At American
Legion Auxiliary Monthly Meeting
The Woman's lAiiYillarv of th
American Legion held its regular
montniy meeting last Thursday
nig, we Z4tn. at the Legion hut
The president. Mrs A Banadvn.
ipresiaea. xne nign light of the
evenjing was the installation of
the new officers. Taking part in
the installation ceremony were the
following: Mrs. Henrv T. Burln-
ter of Wallace who is the Com
mittee leader of this district. Also
Mrs. Norrls of Wallam who la ti.
oresident of tho unit In Wiiiu
Congratulatory speeches were of-
a ij . . tt .
icreu uy jars, nenry l,. Stevens and
Mrs. Grace Vann of Clinton.
The nffloAra Inatallad ova
. w ... u , AUi-
lows: t President, Mrs. Al Banadyga
ui t Bison; vice president, Mrs. Ed
Strickland; Secretary and Treas
urer. Mrs Frank- Havalln, rh.nl.ln
Mrs. Robert Winders; Sergeant-at
rras Mrs. ottis Swlnsome.
Mr. Rd StrliVland .u .
Auxiliary with the sum of twAntu
five dollars. Plana for Pnnm n.
five dollar . Plana fnv Dnn.
Day" to be observed in May were
discussed.. ,.,-..,.., . . ...
iDUrlnff the AVAnlnS a daJInf.,,.
chicken banbecue supper was enjoyed.
CHINQUAPIN, N. C
Sunday-Monday Feb. 3-4
"Take Care Of My
CRAIN ' - PETERS
Also Cartoon and News
Tuesday-Wednesday - Feb. 5-4
Jndv ' ' ' ' ' riA.
'Poppy GARLAND KELLY
I ' .'. I? fi If ,'. j! 1
V IUI It ; f ) 1?
in! li ,A i tl
1 ' I III I J
Thursday, Friday, January 31, Feb. 1
Flame Of Araby
Starring MAUREEN 0'IIARA
. ; and JEFF CHANDLER
Saturday, February -Double Feature
Follow The Leader
With East Side Kids Also
Mark Of Tha Lash
Starring Lash LaRUE and Fuzzy St. JOHN
Sunday, Monday,7 February' 3-4
Starring Eser WILLIAMS and Howard KWT
Red SKELTON and Ann MILLER '
Tuesday, February 5 -
Statrring Joseph COTTEN, Corinne CALVET
. and Edmund GWENN
Wednesday, February 6th
A Special IlifeFor AII Kids', ages
6 fo 69r Admission 16c
Pcspb Us. O'Ucra
Starring Spencer TRACY, Pat O'BRIEN,
- Dianna LYNN and John IIODIAK
PINK IDLL, N. C.
Where The Whole Family
To See Good Shows
Sunday, February 3
Also: Cartoon Comedy
Monday and Tuesday
February 4-5 ,
Ho Man Of Her Own
Mrs. R. L. West
Is Honor Guest
Mrs. Robert L. West, fnrmprlv nf
Warsaw, was hnnnr (Timet nn Tuoo.
day night when Mrs. Sterling Mar
iner entertained in . nor nnnnr ar
a bridge and canasta party for form
er club members and frienda nf
Mrs. West. The lovely oartv was
neia at me nome fo Mrs. Daulton
West With Mrs William Tavlnr
Beautiful dripd flnral irHnna.
menu were used in the living and
dining rooms. An unusually attrac
tive comDOte nf fruit uaa alan
in the living room.
, Bridge guests for the evenine
were . me ; jwiesaames , uraham
Philips. A. M. Benton. .Paul Klfohln
William Leinback, Ayon Sharpe,
E. L. Jones. Fred Baara. and Rdar
Mrs. Pollock waa nreasntad a
North Carolina Rardpn RnnV tnr
ciuo high, and Mrs. Paul Xitchin
also received a Garden book for
Visitors high. '
Those clavlne canasta were Mrs.
Robe. Best - Mrs. Q. J. Sutton,
Mrs. Mosley Phillins. and Mrs.
D. L. Carlton. Mrs. West waa crlvsn'
perfume and Mrs. Carlton received
bath powder for the canasta high
Mrs. Mariner, assisted hv Mn
William Taylor served a delicious
salad plate with coffee.
Private Joshua .Tnnea Tr mho t...
been spending several days with
ms Darenta left snndav tnr Tn..io.
iana. - . . . - .
Mr. ana Mrs Tt I. Matthia
spending several weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. Deane Grove in Leesburg,
Mr. and Mrs T. W .trail ht t ...
renburg spent the we.ek end with
Mr. and Mrs. J. A Nnuririrv
Miss Jean Newkirk, a student at
Carolina, spent the wf ek end with
uer p,arents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
T 'Mrs, D. W. Maready, the mother
Thnrsday-FrUUy Feb. 7-8
"Father Of The Bride"
Spencer r Elbabeth
A Six Day Special
Saturday Feb. 9
. ' Starring
Edmond . n-Bn
O'BRIEN " JAOr.FR
Also Cartoon and Serial
5 lbs. Sugar ......
50 lbs. Pure Lard..............:. $8.39
LARGE SIZE, POPULAR BRANDS ' ('
Washing Ppvder ...... .::...........:.29c
Carnation Milk, 3 fall cans......43c
2 Bread or Rolls 29c
Premium Franks, lb. l....58c
Pork Chops; regular cut, lb :53c
Dressed Fryers, lb. ...i........ ...56c
Cheese, lb. :.i..49c
Bananas, lb. .....12 l-2c
J. Ellis Vesf Prop.
BEST IN MUSIC '
Week of Feb. S
Wednesday and Thursday
reoruary 6-7 ,
"Try And Get Me"
Thursday-Friday, February 7-8"
.La r.n it:
Starring John GAEUDLD and
Friday and Saturday
Double Feature '
lIU HUM luinsds
"Good PietarM Never Dia They
Just Play Away"
Announce Birth 1
Mr. and Mrs. David J Vllnaf HoV
of Rose Hill announce the birth of
a aaugnter, "XMancy "Nan" Isa
belle Kilpatrlck January 27, 1952
in James Walker Hospital in Wil
mington.' Mrs. Kilpatrlck was Miss
Eva Sanderson of Wilmington. .
Mrs. J. A. Newkirk entertained
with two tables of bridge last Fri
day night, the 24th. Her homo was
lovelv for the nvasinn arlv amrlnv
flowers being used. -: ..
Those playing were the follow
ing: Mesdames M. A. Smith, J. A.
Rackley, Moman Baar. Y. L. Smith
Lawton AUbertson, Robert Lewis,
i nomas Kogers and,' Miss Nora
Two high score prizes were alv
en. Tne winners thaaa man
Mrs. M. A. Smith and Mrs Moman
Baari Each was given a,jar of crab
w - iiwwion AiDerxson
won the travelins orize and rarolv.
eu a nyion ziower. , ;-
At the end of play, Mrs. Newkirk
Served Oartv Undnidphaa and anlrf
uui appie juice. , y a,,..
; Wednesday Double Feature
Heritage Of The Desert
-, Son Of Dr. Jplrvll ' '
Louis " t w, . Patrirl.
HAYWARD r. MEDINA
Saturday Double Feature
' TIM HOLT TV - '
Prviate Snuffy Smith
OWL SHOW ,
William ' , o
PBirVS . . DOtlfllJls
;I HAVE PUKCHAS3&D THE BUSINESS, FORMERLY KNOWNx
AS MAC'S FARM SUPPLY I WALLACE, AND NOW OPER
ATING IN THE NAME OF WALLACE FARMERS EXCHANGE.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FCX FEEDS AND SEED,
BABY CHICKS AND OTHER FARM SUPPLIES. ALSO COM
PLETE LINE OF GROCERIES. . ;i
HENRY RIVENBARK ' ,
f Formerly With Duplm Supply Co., in Warsaw
any mroe than necessary because
once oroa;en, uie Dioom tua will not
oe xormea again
a"4 ............ (: : , .. aa
, Call Us For Your"
Sunless days mean less vitamins'
for your baby. When the doctor
prescribes them, take advantage
of our well stocked supply for the
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
Warcav Drug Co.
! f BEDLAVILLE, Jft CV
Movies Are Better Than Ever
$, "Why Wonyr Sea A Movie" ;
: ' Betinning Sunday, Feb.
Snndsor. and Monday, ' ,
' A Place In The Sun
Eusabeth - . ... . wM.
. . ... . - ......
aeieetea short Subjects
Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 6-
Belle Le Grand '
! - With
JOHN CARROLL )
AIs Selected Shorts '
; Thiindjay only; Feb. 7
Red Badere of Courage
M Selected Short Subjects
' .Friday, Feb. ,
Mark Of The Guerilla
Aa Outstanding Cast ,
. . Ratnrdav B-.i. a ........ .
Thunder In God's Country
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Sugar-.. .....I.. .......5 lbs; 47c-
-Sugar; ' - -"'io
Washing Powders ........................... large 29c
Washing Powders .:....l......;.:.........;:l.gianf 79c
Carnaf ion Milk .... . ....large Kc.
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WE CLOSE EACH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
WARSAW, N. C
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