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Cisfcsss & Prcfcssionol Vcr.cn's Meet
At the recent meetings of the
Businew and Professional Women
held t the Whltakers restaurant
In Warsaw, Dr. O. S. Matthew who
la chairman of the Warsaw effort
in the Duplin County 'Cancer drive,
poke a short interesting talk. He
urged the clubs cooperation in the
Also presented at the meeting
was a proposal from the Selective
Service for a national registration
of women, A motion to endorse
the appeal was r defeated. Mrs.
Avon Sharpe gave a report on the
District meeting of the organiza
tion held in Greenville. She re
ported that twelve members from
the organization were loattenaance.
Selected as the officers for the
coming year in addition to Mrs.
Sharpe as president were the fol
lowing: first vice president, Mrs.
Frank Hobos: second vice presi
dent, Mrs. Carl Winders; Record
ing secretary. Miss Olivia Dixon,
Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Tho
mas Rogers, Treasurer, Miss Annie
Margaret Sykes 1 and assistant
treasurer, Mrs. James Norwood
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Mrs. loiiiy Gresham Enkrt:ins; Club
.Mm Tommv Greshain entertsin-i ceived a milk glass. The visitors
ed her bridge club last Thuradsy high was won by Mrs. Fes Mitchen-
: Those playing
afternoon the 24th.
were Mesdames Ed Sheffield, BiU
Sheffield, Charles Sheffield, John
Fonvllle, Maurice Jordan, James
Herman Hines, Fes Mltchener, and
Jimmy stncxiana. Mrs. jsa snei
field won the club high and re-
er who was given a set of ash trays,
Curing progressions, soft drinks
and cheeses wafers were passed
and at the end of play, Mrs. Gres
ham served apple pie a la moae
and coffee. .
Mrs. Stevens Pleased With D.A.R.
:Mrs. Henry L. Stevens of War
saw, president of the North Caro
lina Division United Daughters of
the Confederacy is much pleased
with the result of the eighth dis
trict meetings held during March
and April, with the four meet
ings planned for April 29 at Mocks
vlUe April 30 at Lenoir, May 1 at
Hendersonville, May 2 at Shelby,
the annual schedule of the twelve
district meetings will be conclud
ed. - ' ::'
Accompanied by several divis
ion officers, Mrs. Stevens has trav
elled more than one thousand miles
attending these meetings. At each
one she made an address on the
various aspects of the U.D.C. work
an deach visiting officer presented
the work of her office. Mrs. Stev
ens states that at every meeting,
the attendance was unusually good
and excellent reports were given
by chapter presidents. Highlights
of chapter activities included the
organisation of a new chapter at
The president, Mrs. Avon Sharpe
announced that the Installation
ceremonies would be held at the
May 19 meeting. ;:
We havo It Ton will want It
I Get It now & be rare
Warsaw, N. C
Kinston composed of young wom
en between the ages of IB ana sa.
It was named the Frances Hoke
Chanter in honor of Mrs. W. B. Pol
lock who Is the daughter of Gen
eral Robert F. Hoke.
Of much interest was the an
nouncement of a recent gift of
$3,000 dollars by the late Mrs. J.
E. Latham of ureensDoro to we
Guilford chanter to establish a
scholarship in honor of her daugh
ter. Mrs. J. A. Kellenberger. It
Is to be known as the May Gordon
Latham Kellenberger scholarship
and will be established at Greens
boro College, : ;
The Sallle Johnston Bible class
met Monday night, at the home of
Mrs. Robert Winders. Sixteen
members were present. The pres
ident, Mrs. Clyde Surnrtt presid
ed and gave the devotional. After
the devotion, Mrs. Park Pridgeon,
Mrs. M. A. Smith and Mrs. Charles
Carol gave three readings from
the Book of Acts. At the conclus
ion of the program, Mrs. Winders
served strawberry short cake and
English, Patsy Hill and Judy Lan
ler. ..' r5 ,! '.-w a
Second Grade Jimmy Bradshaw,
Bennle Dunn, Johnny Pat Harmon,
Bill Rollins. Billy Vann, Charles
(DeLuca, Linda Ray Baar, Louise
mil, Mary Ann vunn ana unaa
Third Grade Dannie Bans,
Larry Guy, Charles Lockamy, Jim
my Frederick, Alice cruse, uau
Kennedy, Lura Ann Penny, Mary
Lou Potter, Mable Jane Straughn,
On Wednesday night, the 24th.
Miss Edna Mae Powell, young dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pow
ell of Bowden celebrated her six
teenth birthday with a chicken and
spaghetti dinner at her home.
Those present were Ray Wells and
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407 Memorial Drive
Warsaw, N. C.
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407 Memorial Drive
. Phone 2701 -Warsaw ;
Grace Carlton of Wallace, Ray De
Luca and Jessie Henderson of Bow
den and Jackie Boyd of Warsaw.
'Miss Powell received many at
tractive and useful gifts. -
- The James Kenan Chapter of
the United Daughters of the Con
federacy announce that Memorial
services will be held on Sunday
afternoon at four o'clock. The
public is cordially invited to at
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Barbecue Suppor Af D!clar.crc llco
Last Wednesday night, Mrs. Rob
ert ' Blackmore entertained her
bridge club and their husbands
at her attractive noma near war
saw. Those attending were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Har
mon, Mr. and Mrs. raui rouer,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Graughon Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Whittle, Mr.
and Mrs. George Penny, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Garner, Mrs. N. A. Mit
chell and Mrs. J. W. Straughn and
Robert Blackmore ' - V.
Bridge and bingo, were played
during the evening; Mrs. Paul
Potter received a bath set for be
ing the high scorer for the past
three months. Mrs. George Penny
won the club high.
On arrival the guests were serv
ed a barbecue plate and at the
end of the evening, Mrs. Black
more served lemon pie.
Warsaw Schools Release Honor Rolls
es .r frcr i l-MtK i, ....- - 1
teresUug talk to ta Warsaw
club on April 17th. Mr. Clariarie
spoke on the subject of forestry
and its care ana empnasizea uw
growing Importance of farming
inn wn an land and pointed
out the great benefits that could
be derived from tne promouun oi
thU type project. He underlined
the different methods of improv
ing forests. In accenting the mon
ey value of trees, Mr. ClarlOge ca
; i jear
, v l ,. l f i a . .1 and
t. tc cre buOuJ te ened or .
else many years of hard work could
be burned up. He urged farmers;
to grow trees as they grow other
CrOTls. ; ;.:r; , ' -
The meeting was held at the
Whltaker'a restaurant President,
William Sheffield, Introduced th
speaker. Following the Introduc
tion, Mr. Aubrey Cavenaugh added
a few. remarks of welcome. :
The honor roll for the Warsaw
schools has been released by Prin
cipal F. P. Harmon. r
First Grade Charles Blanchard,
Junior Boyette, Gerald Bradshaw,
Tommy Horne, Billy Knowles,
Johnie PridAeon. Jack sauia. Bea
nie Bartlett. Carolyn FusselL Bar
bara Lanier, Sandra Lamer, Juay
Martin, Bobby BatU Le joiner,
George Clark, David Hlnson, John
ny Crossno, Allen Fountain, uraa-j
ley Aunsnew, Ann varxer, jnarioa
Linda Pay Luca, Myra Jackson, Mic
key Askew, Ray Davis, Michael
Fvulkner, Ashley Jones, Walker
McNeill, Margaret Basden, Jane
Carlton, Janio Henderson, Dorothy
Hlnson, Care lien Maness and Judy
BtewaoaraV Ht.-.'-HiK'-' ,: '''y-'-''
Fourth Grade Grace Freder
ick, Golria Smith, Sue Whittle,
Carol Bradshaw, James Erwln, Bill
Straughn, . Martha Baar,: Helen
Cooke. Vannie Davis. ; ; ; ;
Fifth Grade Brooks Boyette,
Tvl Mrv Emma Dunn. Linda Carl Penny, Ernest Knowles. Fran
ces sjrrauy, Aimevie oiwra, jumiy
Henderson, Joyce Potter, Ann
Straughn Gladys Thornton, Drue
Grice, Judy Frederick; and Dorothy
Register. . ' . : -')'
Sixth Grade ' W. C. English,
Litch Hule, Johnny Smith, Wat
ker Stevens. Jr., Victor Taylor.
Carole Baars, Jeanette Bell, Judy
Mourns, iLyncn veaon, Judy Stan
di. Marie Cockrell, Marcia Hill,
Charles Powell ana Jimmy West.
AngerLean To Control Yourself
Bare Indeed is the person who
hasn't lost her temper with dis
astrous results. When our anger
is aroused we all say things we
wouldn't dream of saying other
wise, things like telling people
off, and making false accusations
ripping someone's reputation to
shreds or just keeping a stony but
childish silence; When the anger
is spent, our stupidity and lack of
control Is embarassingly evident
Did you know that a spoken apolo
gy can lead to misunderstanding
and further anger, but a written
note gives both the writer and the
reader a chance to think clearly to
see the entire situation and to
I once had the privilege of know
ing a most unusual little woman
who used this method of re
lieving her anger. On becoming
angry with a nereon. instead of
(expressing her anger as the ma
jority of us would, she would set
Mrs. Middlefon Conducts Hymn Contest
Mrs. W. J. Middleton conducted
a hymn playing contest last jrnaay
afternoon, April 25. It was spon
sored by the Kenan chapter of the
order of the Eastern Star No. 215.
Annette Holmes was the first win
ner and received a trophy cup with
her name engraved. The second
winner was Doris Blanchard. Oth
ers who played were Bessie Bar
bara Herring, Thelma Swinsome,
Peggy Torrans, Joyce Ann Jones.
Mrs. Kathleen snyaer present
ed the trophies. She was also in
charge of the floral arrangements
The Judges for this hymn play
ing contest were Mesdamts C. A.
Womack and Claude Beit. .. ,.
Other music students who play
ed were Sylvia Gooding of Kenans-
vllle, Nell West Litch Hule, Mar
gery Davis, Ann Straughn and Judy
Gail Newton rendered Fantasia
in D Minor by Mozart She will
play this same munber at the State
convention to be held in "Wilming
ton on May the second.
New officers were elected at
this time and are the folowing:
president, TheUna Swinsome; Vice
Presdient, Betty Phillips; Secretary,
Annette Boyette, iTeasurer, Mar
gery Davis, Reporter, Joyce Whit
tle and Pianist, ' Sally Newton of
Mrs. . Paul Hitchln has returned
after visiting relatives in Virginia.
' Mrs. Daulton West has returned
home after being a patient -in the
Hlnson Memorial General Hospi
tal' In Kinston.
Mr. G. S. Best and Mr. Frank
Hayslip have returned from a ten
day fishing trip to Fort Myers and
Pine Island, Florida.
Master Neal Mitchell is a patient
at the Sampson Memorial Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Williams re
cently visited in Sanford. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Russ and
grand daughter. Miss Fannie Tho
mas, spent last Wednesday at the
Mrs. Frank Hobba has returned
from Washington, D. C. after spen
ding several days with relatives.
Mrs. . George Hopkins remains
111 at her home on College street.
Mrs. Ben Cooper is spending sev
eral week in Norfolk, Virginia.
Among the Warsaw residents
who attended the Kornegay Best
wedding In Mount Olive last Wed
nesday were the following--. Mr.
and Mrs. Fenn Lee, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Best, Mr. and Mm. D. J. Rlv
enbark, W. G. Britt, Paul Britt
Mrs. Earl Whltaker, Woodrow
Mrs. Perry Benton of Chadboura
recently visited her son and daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Benton.
Mrs. Earl Whitaker has return
ed home after visiting relatives in
Among those attending the Meth
odist Youth Fellowship in Wal
lace were Bobby Martin. Barbara
Jones, Patsy Kornegay and Molly
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In Costume Je"r,ry '
Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Slayton,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mattbis, Mr.
and Mrs. L. O. Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. George Sutton. Mr. and Mrs.
James Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Herntt Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis,
Mr. and Mrs- Yancy Smith. Mr.
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in and make the person a beauti
ful pie. She said that by the time
she had spent her energy making;
the pie, she always found that she
bad cooled off a bit and after de
livering the Die and being thanked
so profusely, she was amazed to
find that she couldnt even rem-;
ember what she had been angry
about In telling me this story, she
confessed that she didn't believe
she could name the person in the
little town who badnt at some time
been the recipient of one ef her
pies but the wonderful thing was
that there wasn't a person there
that she dldnt truly like.
So often women wits little child
ren make the sad mistake of be
coming involved over children squ
abbles. While the children forget
the squabble in a matter of minutes,
the parents hold grudges and bard
A very wise minister kept a spe
cial notebook on faia desk. It was
labeled ''Complaints of the Con
gregation". Whenever one of hie
flock began to criticize another
actions, .the minister would opent
the complaint book and say, III
Just write it out so I can remem
ber to take It up with the board.'"
The sight of the ready pen and
the notebook always had the de
sired effect. The minister kept the
book on his desk for close to half
a century, opened It many times,
but never had occasion to write a
line in it
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