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Crcircs 01 .:..!:ry Service Presented
kz2 Af U.D.C. !::rhl Service
direction of the United Daughter!
of the Confederacy was held at the
Warsaw Methodist church last Sun-
V day afternoon at four o'clock. The
Invocation was given by Dr. Alton
-' Greenlaw, Mr. L. B. Hule gave the
U Two songs, Waters of Thy Love
and The Lord Is My Shepherd were
sung by Miss Ross Garner with
i Mrs. W. J. Mlddleton at the organ.
, A most Interesting talk was glv-
. en by Hev. Jerry rNewbold who
' spoke on the bravery of the Women
' of the soma
The crosses of Military service
S , were imoresively : bestowed on
1 The John Ivey Thomas chapter
of the UjD.C; present from Beuls
vllle. The benediction was given
by Dr. Alton Greenlaw. .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blackmore
and daughters, ' Martha and Alice
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Blackmore.. - ,;
' Mrs. Alton Greenlaw spent last
weekend in Danville. Virginia
where she attended the May Day
activities at Averett College which
Serccn At AVclIece
The annual Masonic Service will
be held at -the Wallace Methodist
church on Sunday May 11 at 11 o'
clock AM. ' Rev.. Leon Crossno,
Methodist minister of Warsaw wiU
deliver the sermon.
There will be a special collection
taken for the Oxford Orphanage
and the Masonic and Eastern Star
Home. ; ?'-. ,v '.;,
Glenn Brown, Bill Hlnes, and Ec- included the reunion of her class
cles Prldgeon by Mrs. Paul Potter of 1936. She was the speaker at
and Mrs. Charles Carrol.- . 'the alumnae banquet Saturday eve-
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Last Wednesday night April the
29th. Mrs. D. L, Mattbis entertain
ed at her home on College St. hon
oring a recent bride, Mrs. Drew
who was the former Mary Boney of
During the evening, bridge, rum
my and bingo were piayea. miss
Mamie Bethea won the bridge high
score, Mrs. J. A. Newklrk won the
bingo prize and Miss Jean Newklrk
won the orlze for rummy. Each
received a piece of linen ana wese
gifts were later presented io airs.
Drew. , :, Mrs. Drew also was given
a linen table cover by the hostess.
Those attending were the follow
ing: Mesdames Melvln Herring, J.
A. Newklrk, Elbert Mattbis, Miss
Olivia Dixon. Miss Mamie Bethea,
Miss Betty Phillips, and Miss Jean
Newklrk. ? v
Circle ' number one and number
two met on Monday afternoon at
the Presbyterian church at three
thirty o'clock. , The circle cnatr
men were Mrs. Lawton Albertson
and Mrs. Fred Baars. - Mrs. J. T.
Gresham had charge of the Bible
study. The hostesses were Mrs.
Walker Stevens and Charles Shef
Cor the program an interesting
film strip on Stlllman College and
Sunday School Extension work was
shown,:,;-:,:;; y..' .
Circle number three and circle
number four met at the Presbyter
ian Church on Monday night at
eight o'clock. The circle chairmen
were Mrs. James H. Hines and Mrs.
J. W. Farrlor. Miss Virginia Easley
gave the. Bible study from Golos
sians. A film strip on the Still-
man college and Sunday School Ex
tension work was again snown. rne
hostesses for the evening were Mrs.
Walker Stevens and Mrs. Charles
Sheffield. . .
HOW FAR CAN GOD BEAR?
' The following story is condensed
from an article by. Nell Stewart
from "Our Life."
It was just after our evening
dinner and 1 was sitting In the liv
ing room preoccupied with depres
sing thoughts. My young daughter
was in the nospitai for the fourn
time with a recurrence of rheu-
l S DtoMet Meetta f W.S.C.
I 5 Serrtoe Held - ,. t 1 '
The Sub District meeting of
W.S.C. was held in the Warsaw
Methodist Church on May the first
rom ten to three pjn.
The program observed Is as fol
lows. 1. Opening prayer Mrs. B.
2. Hymn Jesus, Savior, Pilot
3. - Remarks:
Welcome Mrs. Charles Carroll
' Invitation to lunch Mrs. Park
5. General promotion plans pre
sented by Mrs. W. C. Davis, who is
district Secretary of promotion.
6. Goals for the coming quadre-
matlc fever. How Jong, 1 was won- ..""'..
dering agitatedly, could I endure'
thelmxiety. the ache of worry and SffiSSST' nirirt vi
distress which this disease was Mm P F. Newton-District vice
lfT' Wh8t CWdd 1 d. a Lewi. -District Sec-
These words were an uncon- ff1
... i nn,.! Mrs. F. J. Schulken District
r,HVHt3r0,,""-r , secretary of Christian social Be
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'"' if' New Deaosas .
IFoor new Deacons were elected1
at the Warsaw Baptist Church Sun
day, May 4 for four year term.
Robert Blackmore, Davis Houings-
worth, H. A. Parker, and Edgar Pol
lock take the places of the retiring
deacons., George Bennett Oscar
Best. A. L. Humphrey and . A.
Mitchell. The rotation system of
service has been used in this
church for many years, making pos
sible the services of many differ
ent men of the church body. Each
retiring deacon becomes eligible
for reelection after one year. Com
pleting the Board are Leslie Brown,
Tobey Jones, Davis Carlton, C. V.
Garner, Elbert Mathis. Bill Vann.
H. C. Allen, and John Anderson
h : j, ... . . . . . . ;
Alian lrai .on. Jr.. leu a ..
J. W. Mlduiebon, Jr., John Auuer
son, Johnson, Eddie Hlnes and Joaa
Norwood west, Jr. t
The club high was won by Mrs.
James Norwood West who was civ-
mn a Aeelt af ardc ra 1tchim9 wnn "
the second high-an drecetved a box
of note book paper. ,
During progressions, soft drinks
and notato chins were passed and
at tho end of play. Mrs. Taylor
served ice cream and ginger ale
floats and salted nuts.'
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.WARSAW', J WALLACE .H V 'V? FAISON ' Mrs. Sanford Packer and Mrs.
aing held at the Elks club.
Going from uanviue io menmona,
Mrs. Greenlaw Is spending this
week there as guest of the glnter
Park Baptist church. . Each eve
ning, she will direct tne teen-agers
in their clinical study on Adven
tures in Christian Living in the
home, church and community.' a
different Dhase of the subject la
forum style will be discussed each
While in Richmond. Mrs. Green
law will stay at the home of her
brother, H. R. MccrosKey. e ana
family will accompany her home
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Newklrk and
dauehter Jean, attended a concert
in Greenville last Wednesday night.
Mrs. George Clark spent Friday
Mrs. and Mrs. Norwood Carrol,
Miss Peggy Carol, Lee and Billy of
Durham and Mrs. Charles Carrol
were the dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Carroll In Beulaville last
Mrs. Forrest Martin recently vls
ti her sister. Mrs. Alec Byrd who
lis a patient at the Wayne Memorial
W. M. S. Met Monday Nlrht
The Woman's Missionary society
of the Baptist church met on Mon
day, May 5th. seventeen members
were present.: -'The devotional was
given by Mrs. Edgar Pollock. The
Rosa Powell circle had charge of
the program . Dr. Greenlaw spoke
on, the Baptist Training school in
Louisville, Ky., and The Margaret
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Mary Virginia Lanier spent
Thursday in Goldsboro.
Mrs. Henry L. Stevens Jr., re
cently visited in High Point, Char
lotte and Shelby where she con
ducted United Daughters of the
Confederacy meetings. ,
A large number of Warsaw resi
dents attended the musical recital
in .Turkey that was presented by
the music pupils of Mrs. Clarence
Mrs. M. A. Smith spent last Sun
day in Chapel Hill where she at
tended the parents Day Observance.
Mrs. J. O. Huie of Atlanta is
spending several days with her
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mrs. Glenn Rollins is ill at her
home on North St.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Buss and
granddaughter, Miss Fannie Tho
mas spent Wednesday at their cot
tage at Carolina Beach.
Mr. Ellis West has returned home
after being a patient at the Samp
son Memorial Hospital in Clinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Rivers Johnson Jr.
have moved Into the Hector Mc
Mrs. -Emerson Jones and Mrs.
Belton Mlnshew spent Monday in
Mrs. Jewell Malpass and daught
ers of Clinton recently visited Mrs.
Irene Martin. '
Miss Fannie Thomas is attending!
a house party at the Carolina Beach.
The Junior Class of the Warsaw
High School spent last Friday at
White Lake., They were.haperon-
ed by Mrs. Kathleen Snyder, Dr.
Alton Greenlaw and Mr. Ross Wat-
kins. - ,:
" Mrs. Judson Ray of Richmond,
Va., spent last week with Mrs.
Mrs. M. A. Smith spent Sunday
In Wilmington. .
1 Mrs. Joe Surratt Sr., has return
ed from Ashburn, where she spent
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Russ spent
last Wednesday at their cottage at
the Carolina Beach. , , '
1 Mrs. Dallas Holllxgsworth and
sons of Clinton spent Sunday In
: Mr. Voyght Ridge who has been
a patient at the Veterans hospital
in Fayetteville. has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glddings at
tended a birthday dinner, last Sun
day given by Mrs. Florence Best at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Little and
family and Mr. and Mrs Adrian
Brown of Greenville were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hllford
what could I do? And the over
whelming conviction that there was
nothing I could do. Oh, the help
lessness of It.
On the floor before me my three-year-old
was playing paper dolls.
Suddenly, she looked up and, as
if the question had strangely just
occurred to her, asked seriously,
"Mamma, how far could God hear?"
Then she laughed merrily, the
laugh of a child confident and sure,
Don't tell me, she cried. "I know:
God can hear from any where,
can't He? ' And suddenly I knew
with all sureness what I could do
I could put my worries into hands
more capable than my own and
leave them there with confidence.
For a while I had forgotten God;
now I remembered Him. And some
how, I knew He would listen if 1
but talked to Him and asked Him.
I did ask and He did listen. And
it was a lesson I have carried with
me through other trials. When
the burden is too big for me, alone.
I think, "How far can God hear?
He can hear from anywhere "
By SARAH JOINER
Mrs. S. E. Jones District Sec.
of Spiritual Life.
7. Covenant of Discipleship
Mr. J. McLamb District presi
dent. 8. Grace Mrs. S. E. Jones
9. Report of the legislative
council Mrs. Marion Jerome
Confg. Sec. Christian social rela
10. Roll call of Societies and an
Circle number one of the Meth
odist Church met at the church on
Monday night with Mrs. J. J. West
as hostess. 1
Mrs. D. J. Middleton presided.
The study course was given by
Mrs. H R. Hipp and Mrs. D. J.
Middleton. Mrs. Claude Best gave
the devotional. Eight members
Rev. Herman Trueblood of War
saw will, fill the pulpit of the War-
Circle Number two met at the
church last Monday night. Mrs
Hopton Smith presided. The
study course was given by . Mrs.
Virginia Lanier. Twelve members
were present. At the end of the
program, a weiner roast was enjoyed.
Circle number three met at the
home of Mrs J. f! Thomson with
saw Baptist cnurcn aunaay morn- thirteen members present. The
Thursday night at 7 o'clock, the
Junior Department of the Warsaw
Baptist Church met at the church
for an unusual evening of fun, good
times and work. After enjoying a
delicious dinner prepared by Mrs.
Vann and Mrs. Greenlaw the 32
youngsters met in their department
room for a wholesome hour of
singing, sharing ideas, and plan
ning. Dr. Greenlaw and Bill Vann,
Dept. Superintendent, led the "pep"
rnepttrig and presented a daring
challenge. The Juniors accepted
iiie responsibility, demanding their
utmost in loyalty, in effort, in work,
and in play throughout the summer
months. After the general meeting
each class met in unit groups with
the tecahers to make class plans.
Teachers in this department other
than the superintendent include:
Mrs. Oscar Best, Mrs, Allen Drau
ghan, Mrs. Ira Ezzell, Mrs. David
Chambers, Mrs. Clyde Bradshaw,
Dr. John Daly, Ennis Tadlock,
Graham Phillips. Mrs. Greenlaw
and Mrs. Kenneth Fussell, assis
tant in the department, also at
tended the happy function.
ing at the regular worship hour
in the absence of Dr. Greenlaw.
The public is cordially invited.
Al Mrs. Torrans'
Mrs. S. L. Torrans entertained
her bridge club last Tuesday night.
Pansies, Snapdragons and Ver
bena were used in her floral ar
rangements. On arrival the guests were serv
ed strawberry shortcake. During
progressions, Mrs. Torrans served
salted nuts, mints and cakes.
Those playing were Mrs. Y, L.
Smith, who won high score and
was given a flower garden. Mrs.
Bonnie Thomas won low and re
ceived a plastic table mat. Mrs.
Irene Martin won the prize for trav
eling and was given a silverware
bolder. .Others playing were Mes- tin,
dames Vernon Standi, Forest Mar- Jones.
Every saothert to bloom e Her
Day! Ooaapbement her radiaaoe
with a gift of lovely, . fra-.
(rant flower , vv . aa armload
el blossoms as fresh and tender as -
' baby . v meant for mother , .:i
Year. Mother! Tell he she's year
American Beaaty , i , say tt with flow- '
i t i 'v
devotional was given by Mrs. R. L,
Crossno from first Corinthians.
Mrs. William Taylor gave a study
from the book of Acts.
Circle number four met at the
home of Mrs. Frank Hobbs. Mrs.
A. M. Benton gave the Bible study
from the Book of Acts. The hostess
served gingerale floats with nuts
The honor roll of Mrs. Lena Carl
ton's second grade was omitted
last week. It is the following:
Beryl Clayton, Jean Ridge, Edna
Mrs. Otto Matthews entertained
tffer bridge club last Friday night,
the second. Her home was beautiful
for the occasion, roses, gladiolas
and snapdragons being used in her
Those playing were Mesdames
William Craven, Maurice Jordan,
Mitchell Britt Dick Riggs, Eddie
Hines, Ralph Best, Jr., Fes Mltch
ener. The club high was won by Mrs.
Dick Riggs who received a vase.
Mrs. Fes Mitchener also scored and
was given a piece of pottery.
During progressions, Mrs. Mat
thews served soft drinks and nap
pies. At the end of play she serv
e dpepperment ice cream.
Mrs. Taylor Is
Mrs. William Taylor entertained
her bridge club on the night of the
Ann Pollock, Linda Hurst, Mary 28th. at her home on Pine Crest
Alice Erwin, Linda Braswell, Ed
na Earl Bright, Gloria Best, Neal
J. D. Davis and Emmerson
Arrangements of roses were U3ed
Mitchell, Bobby Philips, David
Scott, Dwight Smith, and Lee West.
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