SCENE CW DROWNINGS In
the top 'picture Is shown the sec
tion" of the old Cooke-Albrttton
millpond where David John Dur
ham and Wilbur Raynor, Mount
Ollye Negroes, were drowned Jan.
27th. In the very center of the
picture a small fishing boat is tied
tn one of the trees which Hay-'. ator of the pond, shown in pnoro ai
... lpft Merritt and . U. iiaicn, jr,
mona Mcaiman uieu ." recovered the bodies ' of Durham
reached, and from which he was d paVn0r. (Photos by Cletus
rescued toy Gordon Merritt, oper-j Brock.) '
Mrs. Howard Joiner, Reporter and Subscription Agent.
, Please Call Mrs. Joiner at telephone 454 for news ; -
Grammar School Honor Roll Released
x. n frtr aim Warsaw Anne Straughn, JoVce Potter, An-
:':LZZ kl, Tr..ntlv been nette Holmes, Carl
McLamb. It is
released by Mrs.
i j nr. Mica Rowden. Teach- r.
Charles i 7"neTte Bell. Judy Rollins, and
ette, uera u , .
Brooks Boy ette.
Grade Six Mrs. MoLamb, teach-
Litch Huie, Johnny smitn, wai-
Stevens. Jr., Carole uaars,
en. Billy Knowles, Johnle Pridgeon,
Sennle Bartlett, Carolyn Fussell
md Sandra Lanier. v
Grade One Mrs. swncu, xeaciv
Grade Six McColman Teacher.
MnriP r.wkreil. Judy Standi,
Marcia Hipp, Janet Wood, and
uraae u -"-". r " rh,rip Powell
. George Clark, Jr., Johnny Cross- .Charles roweu,
Allen roumain, " ,t' . ft a ' i I
MartrDaV ssi junior Music HUD
n..t T.tnH Lee English. - l
Grade Two Miss Nell Bowden,
Teacher. Jimmy Bradshaw, Robert
Cruse, Benny Dunn, Johnie Pat
Harmon, Bill Rollins, Billy Vann
and Charles De Luca, Linda Fays
Saw, Mary Ann Dunn, Louise Dail
and Linda Sue Farmer.
Grade Two Mrs. Carlton, Teach
er. Neal Mitchell, Bobby Philips,
Dwight Smith, Lee West, Gloria
Best, Edna Bright, Linda Bras
welt Mary Alice Erwin, Johnnie
"Frederick, Linda Hurst, Edna Ann
Pollock, Joan Ridge and Beryl
Grade Three Miss Womack,
Teacher.- Mickey Askew, Jerry
Cnnke. Rav Davis. Michael Faulk
ner, Asley Jones- and Walker Mc
Neill. Margaret Basden, Jane Carl-
ton, Janice Henderson, Dorothy
Hlnson. Judy Rivenbark.
Grade Three Barden, Teacher.
Dannie Pitts, Lanny Guy, Frank
Joiner, Gail Kennedy, Hubert Mer
ritt, Lura Anne Penney, Edna Faye
Powell and Mable Jane Straughn.
Grade Four Blackmore, Teach
er. Fred Basra, Bill Straughn and
Grade Four Hollingsworth,
Teacher. Martha Barr, Helen
'Cooke, Ruth Knowles, Judy Pear-
sail and Cecilia Thigpen.
Grade Five Mrs. Huie, Teacher.
The Warsaw Junior Music club
held its regular monthly meeting
on January the twenty fUtn at tne
home of Judy and Bill Rollins.
The meetitng was" called to ord
er by the president, Mary Elizabeth
Packer. After the club pledge and
roll call, the club hymn was sung.
After this, a musical quiz was con
ducted by the teacher, Mrs. Nell
'During this meeting, the club
members received their National
Federation of Music -magazines.
A musical program was rendered
by several club members. Among
those playing solos were the fol
lowing; Judy Rollins,' Ann Draughn,
Joyce Whittle, Sue Whittle, Johnle
Smith, Alfred Smith, Shelby Jean
Jones Sandra - Blanchard, Llllie
Mae Philips, Sally and Gall New
ton. ' Joyce Blanchard, - Marione
Davis, Ann Carol Woodard,. Ken
Veach, Bessie Barbara Herring and
Miss- Mary Elizabeth Packer sang
a solo. i
At the conclusion of the program,
Mrs. Rollins served fruit cake with
whipped cream and son drinks.
The Warsaw Rotary Club is en
Joying some mighty fine programs
according to reports from its mem
bers. Program chairman Paul
Potter Is doing a bang-up job they
say. At ttf last meeting coumy
commissioner A. P. Cates was guest
speaker of the Club and talked,
naturally, on Duplin County pickles
and their processing. - From time
to time the Club is having repre
sentative's of all of Duplin's Indus
tries talk to them along with var
ious county officials.
New Hours For
" Beginning next week, the Warsaw
Library will only be open on Thurs
day afternoons. The hours are
from one o'clock to five p.m. The
change is being made to enable the
working people to visit the Library
during their noon Hour. .
Hostess To Club
Mrs. Charles Sheffield
Mrs. Charles Sheffield entertain
ed last Thursday night, the 31st of
January with five tables of bridge.
Her home was attractively decorat
ed for the occasion, the valentine
motif being used. . i .-v
Those claying were the follow
ing: Mesdames William Sheffield,
Fes Mitchener, Ed Sheffield, Tom
my Gresiiam, James Herman Hines,
Ed Hines, Eddie Strickland, Robert
Frederick, Ralph Best Jr., Joe Sur
ratt Jr. R. W. Riggs, Daulton West,
John Vincent, W. G. Britt, John
Fonville; Otto Matthews, Allen
Draughon Jr.', James Norwood West,
William Taylor and Mrs. William
The club high was won by Mrs.
Eddie Sheffield who was given a
box of Hollingsworth Valentine
candv. Mrs. William Sheffield won
the Travelling prize and Mrs. Fes
Mitchener won the visitors prize,
Both received Hollingsworth valen
tine candy. ;'-' :
on arrival, the guests were serv
ed frozen lemon pie and coffee.
During progressions, Mrs. Sheffield
served soft drinks ana cneese wafers.
penny and Edgar Pollock,-
The traveling prize was won by
Mrs. Allen Draughon Sr. who re
ceived a valentine box of candy.
During progressions, soft drinks
and valentine hearts were enjoyed
and at the end of play, the hostess
served pecan pie AiLanMode and
Hi II I 1 1
Mrs. Draughon, Jr.
Mrs. Allen Draughon Jr. enter
tained her club last Tuesday night.
Her home was lovely for the oc
casion, camellas being used in the
table and mantel arrangements.
Those playing were the follow
ing: Mesdames Fes Mitchener, Ed
Hines, William Sheffield, John Vin
cent, William Taylor, John A. John
son, James Norwood west, Jim
The high score was won by Mrs.
Fes Mitchener who was given a roll
cover. Mrs. William snemeia won
the second high and received shell
ed nuts. - - -?.-,-;-'
During progressions, soft drinks
and cheese wafers were enjoyed.
After the game the hostess served
a salad plate and coffee. .
BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET FEB.
4th. , if
The Rosa Hocutt Powell circle
of the Baptist church met, at, the
home of Mrs. C. V. uarner wun
twelve members present and two
visitors. - Mrs. Allen Draughon Sr.
was in charge of the program, me
topic studied was prayer ana name
Missions. The devotional was giv
en by Mrs. Allen Draughon br.,
The theme of It was "Urging mem
bers to carry out the work ol tne
church during the year." The
prayer was given by Mrs.. Clarence
Brown. During the business, ses
sion, the work of the WJ& wai
discussed The dismissal prayer
was given by Mrs. David Chambers
At the conclusion, thctiostess serv
ed pound cake, Ice cream, assorted
nuts and candy. - '
The George Rollins Circle met
at the home of Mrs. Alton Green
law with fifteen members present.
Mrs. L. O. Williams presided. The
program was ably given by Mrs.
Robert Blackmore and Mrs. Kate
Herring. The topic studies was an
introduction on Home Mission to
be climaxed on the -Week of pray
er which is scheduled for March.
At the conclusion of the pro
gram, Mrs. Greenlaw served date
nut cake, with whipped cream and
coffee. . Mrs. E. B. Greenlaw was
guest at the meeting.
e pastor, ur. uum
f . . . . j i tollr
gave 8 oriel oui very
after which the Book .'Wake Up or
Blow Up" was reviewed.: Mrs.
Charlie Cook was in charge of the
devotipnal. Participating in, the
program were the Mesdames Ennis
Tadlock. S. E. Parker and Mrs. E. B.
I Hales, . -
At the conclusion of the pro
gram, Mrs. Hales served Russian
tea, cheese biscuits, pecan
heart sandwiches and mints, j
; t,.i, rianipln Circle of the
Baptist Church met at the home of
Mrs Walter Bostic. Ten members
were present. The devotional was
given by Mrs. Florence Houston,
Mrs. Vera Ezzell was in charge of
the program. The topic studied was
"Missions". ?:?; ? ?
i At the end of the program, the
hostess served pecan pie and cof
r The Annie Kate Powell Circle
mar at the home of Miss Annie
Kate Powell with thirteen members
present. The circle chairman is
Mrs Fred Revell. Mrs. Harlee
Jones was in charge of the program.
assisted by-Mesdames m hiu, J. v.
Brock and John Wood. , ' '
Dr. Greenlaw was present for a
few minutes at which time he of
fered helpful suggestions to the
group: It was agreed to aid in
feeding one of the under privileged
hllrinn tit the Warsaw schools.
After Mrs. Kathleen snyoer ot
tered oraver. refreshments, con
sisting of Russian tea and heart
shaped individual pies, salted nuts,
and valentine candies were enjoy
ed. ... ,.-
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t. ...--rf- T Mr
wnh sixteen memoer J""-";
James Herman , i.
rtudj. 'was giver iby M-Utc Huie
and Mrs.. u. n.
nn l Mrs. Jonn s reuei tv -
xeading on Stewardship.
At the end of the program, mi.
Whitfield served chocolate cake and
coffee. ' . ;? :;:;-':?i:v?-i;:;'';
Methodist Circles Meet ' ' !
piu Numtwr One .of tne
Methodist church met at .the
home of Mrs. Gordon Wes with
ten members present. Mrs, D. J.
Middleton presided. Two readings
from the book of The Acts were
given by Mrs. . K. mpp ao u..
D J. Middleton. The devotional
was in charge of Mrs. Claude Best.
' At the conclusion of the program,
Mrs. West served strawberry short
cake' and coffee. . ';i..? .1 .
The Circle Number Two met at
the borne of Mrs. W. E. Taylor with
eleven 1 members present.., Mrs.
Hopkins Smith presided. Mrs.
Lena Carlton was in charge Of the
program. Three chapters of .the
Study book were aDiy given. . ai
the conclusion, the hostess served
a chicken salad plate, coffee and
angel jfood strawberry hearts.
The Circle Number, Three was
held at the home of Mrs. Joe Sur
ratt Sr; with eleven members pre-
home of Aus. Julm u
with sixteen members pre-tnt. i ..
A M. Benton presiaea. ivirs. rus
Pridgeon gave the devotional. A.
contest was enjoyed in which Mrs.
Frank Hofobs won the prize. At the- ,
conclusion of the program, fruit
Jello, whipped cjream and cup cakes.
i Mi; and 'Mrs. Thomas Elwood Re
velle announce , the birth of. a ,
daughter, Connie Marie, on Jan
uary 22 at the Henderson Crum-v-1
pier clinic In Mt. Olive.
The Katie Murray Circle met at
tne home of Mrs. Raeford Bostic,
The program was in charge of Mrs.
Jimmy Strickland. She was assist
ed by Mrs, Bill Vann, Mrs. Avon
Sharpe, Mrs. Ivey Carter, and Mrs.
Betty Humphrey. The topic dis
cussed was "Missions". At the con
clusion, Mrs. Bostic served straw-
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Presbyterian Circle Meet Feb. 4
Circle Number One of the Pres
byterian Church met at the home
of Mrs. Aubrey Cavenaugh. Mrs.
B. W., Riggs presided. Mrs. Jerry
Newbold gave a reading on the
Tenth Commandment .Mrs. John
Pierce was in charge of the pro
gram. ,t'.V :?-;, j ' ? , v
I At the conclusion of the program,
Mrs. Cavenaugh served orange cake
cookies, party sandwiches and cof
fee. Fifteen members were pres-
The Circle Number Two met at
the home of Mrs. jott Koraegay
with fifteen members present Mrs.
Tommy Gresham ; presided . and
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The. Powell sisters will have as
their guest on Tuesday night the
following: Dr. and Mrs. Alton
Greenlaw, Dr. and Mrs. C. V, Gar
ner. Dr. and Mrs. Daly and Marlon,
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Greenlaw, Mrs.
R. E. L. Wbeless and Mrs. Clyde
Hill. " : .'V?.: 1
Mrs. Billy Williams of Roanoke
Rapids recently visited her sister,
Mrs. R. IE. L. Wheless.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Sloane and
Ison Bobby recently visited Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Hollowell in Mount
OUve. :'" .??.:.'..,?'?. ,.
v Mrs. William Craven has return
ed from the Goldaborb hospital
wnere sne nas been a patient.
Miss Mae Brock, student at
WC UNC, has been visiting her
mother, - Mrs. Carrie Mae Brock.
Mrs. J. A. Newkirk has been ill
at her home on Hill St.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Cavenaugh
attended a Conservation 1 trip . in
Raleigh last Monday. While there,
they were guests at the Governor's
mansion. . On their return home,
iney visited the Henderson Mine.
Mrs. J. C. Russ and granddaught
er, Miss Sissie Thomas recently
visiiea an cunton. : . , ,? V ,
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Cavenaugh
spent- the, W4k end with their
daugiiter and ntitlily. Mr. and Mrs
James Earl Kitehin In Virginia
Beach.. , r
Mr. Howard Joiner snent last
Monday in Raleigh. ?
Mrs. e. j. Hill and Ernest Hus
sey spent the week end m Roanoke
Rapids visiting Mrs. Hill'a sister,
Mrs.., d. Ftntor..; ".''')
'Mi. W. P. Bridgers attended the
funeral of Air. George D. Bine 11 In
Goldsboro last Saturday. - ,
ausses same, Maggie and Nell
Bowden were visitors in Goldshora
- Rev. and Mrs. G?D. Lambert of
Mount OUve were Sunday guests
oi mr. man airs. William PowelL
Mrs. R. C Pridgeon recently vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Rogers In
Fayetteville. .? . T7
Mrs. R. C. PrldMon h Muwnt.
ly visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rogers
Jr. in Springfield.
Mrs. II. A. Mi:cbll
. Mrs. N. A. MltcbeU entertained
her, dub last Friday afternoon.
Early spring flowers were sed
In the flower arrangements. The
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All Cakes - 29c
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