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. Mrs. Howard Joiner,. Reporter and Subscription Agent
Please Call Mrs. Joiner at telephone 454 for news
I Irs. Jim Middlelcn Is Hostess At
Afternoon And Evening Parties Here
- - Mrs. Jim Middleton entertained
net friends at an afternoon and
-evening party last Tuesday at her
Itonie on Pollock St. Her home was
lovely for the occasion, lily and
clematis being used In her floral
arrangements. Variegated sum
mer flowers were used on the man-
: tie with navy blue candles. -
.. Those who attended were the
following; Mesdames Bill Sheffield
k. h. nest, j&atmeen snyaer, nr.
.A. Mitchell. Wilbur Garner. Ed
ZOnes, Eddie Strickland, E. D. Pol-
iock, j. t. uresnam, e. a .Kitcnm,
George Penny of Kenansville, Ben
Bowden, M. H. Baar, F. A. Mitchen-
cr, Joe Surratt, Jr., 14. S. Whittle,
J. N. West, Jr. W. G. Britt, Glenn
Rollins, Ralph Best, Jr. Frank
Hobbs, W. J. Taylor, A. M. Britt,
J. F. Strickland, Paul Britt. Allen
Draughon, Charles Sheffield, G. A.
Philips, B1U Craven, Robert Black
anore, Paul Potter, J. A. Johnson,
Rivers Johnson Jr., John Vincent,
JT. H. Hlnes, Avon Sharpe, John
Tonvllle, M. H. Jordan, Henry R1--venbsrk,
Herbert Neimeyer, J. It.
Oaly and Miss Jean Newkirk. . , i
In the afternoon party, high score
-went to Mrs. Bill Sheffield and the
second high to Mrs. J. T. Gresbam.
At the evening party high score
was won by Mrs.. Joe Surratt, Jr.,
Mrs. A. M. Britt won dub Mgn.
During refreshments, Mrs. Mld
dleton served r as berry puncn ana
salted nuts. On arrival she served
party sandwiches, frosted soft
drinks, cheese crackers and butter
mints. ' iC .. '
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Club Hostess
Mrs. Albert Newkirk entertain
ed her bridge' club last Tuesday
evening.
(Dulng progressions, she served
Sunch and potato sticks and at
le end of play, she served apple
pie a 1 Mode. ; -
Mrs. Moman Baar won the high
score and the prize for Traveling.
She was given a box of note cards
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Sara Joiner's
Column
DEFERENCE TO AGE Re
specting the age of Rome's fa
mous pine trees and complaints
of irate Romans, the builder of
this apartment house got around
the tree problem by going
around the tree. He left the tree
untouched by circling it with
the roof of the main entrance.
and a not holder. Mrs. M. A.
Smith won the second high and was
given dusting powder. Others wbo
played were Miss Nora Blackmore.
Mesdames Charles Carroll, James
Rackley, Y. I Smith and Robert
Lewis.
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YOUR REPAYMENTS IN SMALL MONTHLY !
AMOUNTS. SEE US TODAY.
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WARSAW . WALLACE FAISON
Baptist Hews
The George Rollins Circle of
the Baptist Church met on Monday
night at the home of Mrs. L. O.
Williamson with Mrs. R. E. L.
Wheeless as co hostess. Ten
members were present. The de
votional was given by Mrs. Wheel-
ess. The program was in charge
of Mrs. Henry L. Stevens. She
chose as her topic. 'Liberty and
Justice for AIL'
At the conclusion, the hostesses
served ice cream, cookies and salt
ed nuts,
The Ruby Daniel Circle of the
Baptist Church met on Monday at
the home of Mrs. R. A. Parker in
Bowden. Eight : members - were
present. : The meeting was opened
with the song 'All hail the power of
Jesus' Name. The opening prayer
was given by Mrs.- Florence Hous
ton.. The program, 'Liberty and
Justice For All' was given by Mes
dames Fields, John Barden and
raui rotter. Tne nostess served
pineapple sherbert and home made
cookies.
The Rosa Hocutt circle met on
Monday at the home of Mrs. Clar
ence Brown. Thirteen members
were present During the devotion
al that was given by Mrs. David
Chambers, Mrs. Clarence Brown
played softly, 'God Bless America'.
Mrs. Macon HoIUngsworth gave the
program. Lt's keynote was God
Is no respecter of persons.'
The Good Samaritan Circle
met at the home of Mrs. Zacchry,
tne circle cnairman, Mrs. E. a.
Hales presided and cave the open
ing prayer. The devotional was
given by Mrs. Fred Eason and the
program was given by Mrs. George
Faulkner. Twelve members were.
present at this time. At the con
clusion, the hostess served cheese
and cucumber sandwiches, lemon
ade and cookies.
: The Katie Murray Circle met
with Mm. Tinrtani RsnHmi
Monday afternoon. The chairman,
mn. jimmy sincjuana, presided.
Mrs. Herring led he devotional.
The title nt tha nmmm 'T .1 Ka.
ty and Justice for All', was given
uy xars. Maurice joraan, Mrs. Bill
Vann and Mrs. John Bradshaw.
Ten members and one visitor
were present Af the conclusion,
Mrs. Herring served party sand
wiohes, cold drinks and salted nuts
The Annls T?nf Pnmli
met with Mrs. .George Clark. The
circle chairman, Mrs. Fred Revell
nresided Mr Rnhiim dkiiii...
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gave the devotional and also the
program on -14 Deny and Justice for
All'. Eleven members were pre
sent, xae nosiess served cnocolate
pie a la mode. v .. ;
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Mr' and Mrs. Joe Surratt Sr."
visited ' tha Wit.' c, .
Greensboro last week While there
mey spent several days at their
cottage at High Rock Lake. They
also attended the Surratt family
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Did you ever think about the
fact that it only - takes little
kindness to give a new sunrise to
someone lost in darkness; . v v
One of the strongest memories
of my childhood is how a farmer
friend of my granddaddys jbad , a
fine bird dog that killed chickens.
At least he killed one while we
were making a little visit to his
home. I'll never forget how the
angry farmer tied' the bloody car
cass of the dead chicken around the
bird dog's neck and made him drag
it around whereever he went He
said that it would cure him of kill
ing chickens. (I wonder If it did.)
Society holds somewhat to the
same idea. Once let a person do
something that violates the 'code'
and we are disposed to tie it around
his neck and make him drag it
along back of him the rest of bis
life. " y- ::.".
A case has come to my attention
recently of our dead chicken meth
od of punishing our fellow man.
It may be a competent methed
though I have my doubts; but It
certainly is cruet and crushes
something Inside the person so
punished that makes redemption
and return to life's higher levels
all the more difficult, If not in
possible. '
The case has to do with a lady.
I use the word lady advisedly. (She
Is a lady.) A sort of angel with a
crumpled wing. Back in her past
is a little period when she was
something less than her best But
who Is there who does not have
some scars on the wings of his soul?
The majority of us are fortunate
that we have healed our wounded
wines and each morning sing the
old sweet strain but the scars
are there and we should never
forget them when we come to .deal
with those wings are crumpled and
who have fallen down from their
high places. Maybe, too. they
could fly again if someone should
care enough to help.
In the lady's case, tne ones wno
could have helped didn't seem to
care. Her past had caught up with
her, and a truly fine person Is be
ing punished for something for
which s&e mu aireaoy para ana
paid dearly. Look up that poem
with the line, At sunrise, every,
Mrs. Bcr.nieThcmos
Entertains Club
Mrs. Bonnie Thomas entertained
her bridge club last Thursday
night On arrival she served the
guests coconut cake and nuts. Dur
ing progressions, she served cola
drinks and lemon- thins. :
The club high wss won by Mrs.
Vernon Standi who was given a set
of towels. Mrs. Moman Baar re
ceived the prise for traveling and
the visitors prize. She received a
Jewelry box and a decanter. -Others
who played were Mesdames
Belton MinsheW, Y. L. Smith, E.
E. Jones, Forest Martin, Carl Win
ders and J. V. Davis.
bv and Mrs. Paul Edwards and
son, John of Roeebore spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Bostlc. ?- 5
Charles Hales and Marcla Jones
left Monday to enter the second
session of summer school at Camp
bell college, .vr-.v- .v.'y
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Watklna visit
ed relatives in Dawson, Ga. while
thev were on vacation. -
, Miss Elois Norman of East Bend
recently visited Mrs. Joe Surratt,.
Jr. and family.. .vwrVV1.-''
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Herring, Mrs.
Henry Heath and Mrs. V. F. Darden
are visiting in Atlanta and Tifton,
M. and Mrs. Elbert Mathls re
cently visited Elizabeth City, Kill
Devil Hill and Manteo. .
Mrs. Morris Bransome , and
Clyde Daulton of Hlllsville spent
the week end with Mrs. P. A. Kit-
chin. '' " -..-V
Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent 're
cently visited Mrs. J. W. Vincent
in Greenville. ' , ,
. Mr. end Mrs. Fes Mitch en er have
returned from a visit to the Moan-
tains. . ':r;1vi;'';''j!,;";";'M'
Miss Ann : Hule has returned
from attending summer school at
Chanel Hilt
Little Pat Mathls is spending the
week with his grand pareitfs, Mr
and Mrs. L. R. Patterson, in Rosd-
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Mr. Ernest Hussey has gone to
Statesboro, Ga., where he is con
nected with, the American Tobacco
Company.
Mrs. H. C. Allen and ton and
Mrs. Ralph Best Jr.. and children
spent Sunday at Topsail Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. w. G. Britt spent
the week end with her parents in
ParXton. ....'f-vvi'
Mrs. Kathleen Snyder has re
turned from a visit to. Rock HUl,
S. C. . , v: --v,.v;:'--
Miss Mamie Bethea is spending
her vacation in Dillon, S. C. , ;
Mr. Belton Houston of Fayette-
viUe spent the week end with Mrs.
Florence Houston. v.;1 . .' .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills of Wil
mington spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gore.
Miss Arah Lee spent the week
end "with her parents in Dunn. -'
I Mrs. Benson of Mt Olive is now
operating: the Hometel since the
WM takers moved to Wallace.
Mr. D. B. PoweU of Rocky Mt.
recently .visited the. Powel sisters.
Sgt. Jackie Sutton who has com
pleted three months training at
Denver, Colorado is now' stationed
at Ft. Bragg. He. recently visited
nis parents, Mr. snd Mrs. Q. i
Sutton. . .
Mrs. Mildred Wells of Richmond,
Vs. recently visited her sister, Mrs.
J. A. Porter. f'-.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Middleton
and Mr. and Mrs. John Slayton of
Wilmington spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Surratt
. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Earl BeD
and. children of Gainesville, Fla.,
have e turned home after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Belt
Bobby Lanier and Nelson Best.
outstanding Scouts attended the
Order of the Arrow meeting at
Camp Tuscarora last Wednesday
evening.
Mrs. A. Z. Gregory of Goldsboro
spent several days recently wita
Mrs. Nan Summerlin and the L. B.
Gardeners. '
Miss Peggy Mitchell, Mr. Tommy
Rogers and Fisher Carlton visited
Miss Patsy Kornegsy who is a stu
dent at Campbell college. ,
Mrs. L. Q. Southerland, Mlts
Ruby Southerland, and Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Kornegay spent Sun
day at Penderlea.
Mrs. Walter Carter is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Charles Barker
in Oxford.
Mrs. O C. Carter of Mt Olive
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gor
don Kornegsy.
Mr. Henry Rivenbsrk and Keith
Hobbs celebrated their oirthdam
at a picnic dinner at the home ot
Keith's parents, Mr. and Mat.
Frank Hobbs. Others present
were Mrs. Henry Klvenbark and
Dallas HoIUngsworth of Clinton.
After the picnic they visited White
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Buck's famed hoisepower rirewm n -" "
Mrs. Sheffield
Club Hostess
Mrs. Bin Sheffield entertained
her club and additional guests at
her home on Thursday afternoon.
High score went to Mrs. Ed Hlnes,
s coloene stick while Mrs. Ed Shef
field received candy for the second
high. Mrs. Laura Wright sister
of Mrs, Tommy Gresham was re-
with perfume.
Cold drinks and cheeses were
served during . progressions' and
lime sherbert and cake at the
'Those playing were Mesdames
Wright, the guest of honor, Mes
dames Ed Sheffield. Tommy Gre
sham, John FonviUe, Ed Strickland,
James Herman Hlnes, Charles
Sheffield and Mrs. Ed Hlnes.
Mr. S. M. Hlnes has returned to
his home in Washington, D. C. aft
er visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hlnes.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Askew had
as their guests recently Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Askew and boys of
Norfolk, Va.
Mr. r. L. Smith made a business
trip to New York last week.
Mr. snd Mrs. D. E. Lassiter and
daughter spent Sunday with Mr,
and Mrs. J. C. Miller. -
Miss Peggy Mitchell and Neal
Mitchell recently visited in Fair
mont 1 ' 1 ' -
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. West Jr., and!
Miss Ann West spent last Sunday
in Kaielgb where they visited Mr.
and Mrs. Don Whitehurst
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thornton
and daughter, Mary Elizabeth of
Mebane spent .the week end with
Mrs. Lela Middleton. .
Dr.. and Mrs. J. N. Kornesrar
spent the week end in Orrum.
Mr. and Mrs. William Atkinson
ot Jacksonville, Fla, recently vis
ited Mr. snd Mrs. J. R. Barden.
MX. Hopton SmltlvXnd sons:
Allen and Dwight have returned
home after spending several weeks
at Topsail Beach. . . ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Weeks and
daughter, Sara Ann of Klnstea re
cently visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Barden. -".?.;
Miss Mary Lou Pblllns. stndent
at East Carolina college extent last
week end at her home here.
Mrs. C .E. Darden snent last
week in LaGrange with her sister.
am. nenry neain. - -n-.
Mis. S. T. Boykfn of Goldsboro
spent last Tuesday with her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. A. Clark. 1
miss jean Miller. Miss Asmes
Turnage Miss Sue Hlnes, Miss Ma
ble Byrd and Miss Kathryn Wells
enjoyed a houseparty at Wrights
ville Beach last week end. - -.
Miss Kathryn Steed, rising sen
ior at Lumberton County Memorial
hospital Was home recently to visit
her family. --.iiv.;.v.
Mr. G. S. Best and Mr. Lester
Best made a business : trip to
wngntsviiie Beach on the fourth.
Miss Mary Lee Jones of East
Carolina college ' recently visited
ner mother Mrs. Ralph Jones and
xamuy. v;i:,rj . .- ,.,..
Mr. -and Mrs. Paul Kltchin were
guests last week of Mr; and Mn.
Dixon at Pauley's Island. S. C.
Mrs. Julian Gatlln of Trboro
spent last week end with 'her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Best.
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and
children of Mt OUve visited Mr.
and Mrs. - Mills Hodges on Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. Otto Mattnews have
returned from a week's stay at
Topsail Beach. . ':;"' a'i
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Godwin and
-son spent last week end at Topsail
Beach.. .,....,.,.". i.-.i..,;?
Rc!:rians Hear
i. F. Strickland
The Warsaw Rotary Club met
last Tnanday. at noon at the School
Lunch room. The president, Lee
Brawn presided. - An interesting
report on the activities at Ft Mo
Ori&Bmt, Ala., was given by Mr.
James Franklin Strickland. He re
lated many amusing events that
occurred1 at the Ft. while the Na
tional Guards are in training there.
Lunch was prepared and serve J
by'Bsr. Swinson.
Mfc' and Mrs. George Bridgers
snd dteghters, Susan and Peggy
ot Chattanooga, Tenn. spent last
week with Mrs. Walter Bridgers.
Mrs. Wayne Ellers and daughters
of Winston Salem were week end
guests of her mother, Mrs. G, C.
' Mt. and Mrs. Graham Quenn and
son of Klnston spent the week end
with their parents here. ' '
Mr. P. V. RocheUe is a patient at
Sampson Memorial .hogpUal, Clin
ton. ,rr ,,;Vi
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kornegay
and Jim Byrd and family of Al
bertson wlere recent visitors In
Warsaw... ' ..Ju.i. .
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Mrs. E. J. HilL spent a few days
recently In Roanoke Rapids. '; .
Mrs. Belton Mlnshew snd Mr. L.
C Southerland spent Monday In
Goldsboro. -r. . .
Young Group Go
To Lake Tut
- atcAMjia.s f ti 1st ihit TnlUTnTcdV-
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istes of th Warsaw Baptist Train--
ing Union' met at tne cnurcu mi
8:30 to gOr to Tut Lake for swihr-
nmwHi .nil nfpnlo. The slrlS
provided the tasty lunch and 4ne
boys the drinks. Wltn tne leaaers,
wu . T mn. wst anil Mrs. Fltir
ence Houston; the following shared"
the happy occasion:" Misses Joyce
Whittle, Jacqueline Boyette, LUlie
Mse Plumps, Sterne rwn nw
h!m Hurrlns. Irli Estelle:
Betty Ann Parker; Marion Creeclr,
niiiv .mv hiiiv HiacKDura. ueurxv
West. Deams Pollock, Kenny Thy-
lor,' Alfred west, nay r auuuier ana
Mrs. MacDonald Brocl(. -
Tn (hiocTem senseene fcae
said the truthful woman Us the
eras- who TXes only about her age,
weight and! her tadsatnTsi safary.
Bud Nelson-.
More-fertilizer was nseJenAmer
fcan farms; gardens, and lawn in
EjgflWEE umw hx any previous year
on record;, according to ? recent
survey by the EL 5. Department of
Agriculture. Consumptiim in 1950
and 51 of 201988r,T4W tons exceeded
that of the precedlmr year by I
per cent and was ttnttnt three
tlmM aa ereat aa immit consumw.
tion before World War DT. Averag
for 1935-38 was about TVk nriUioa
tons. ,:'-'':V.-"v.-..".'--.-'V.
A. J. Cavwianjh
DIAMONBS WATfHES
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BIPABUNO sk KNCSAVINa
VersuV Fish M:r!:et
Oeean Fresh geafee IMreet Frosn The
PUCES AMS CHEAPBB '
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Know Tew Fish or Knew Tow
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In Emergency Call Ust
Whea lUness: strikes and snedfe&te
gauss b sIininistere ejsdteklv
hrfna; yauar pcescrlptlon to TteU
fs eomtwod it carefully and tk. the
shortest time passible.
IVlail Orders Given Protapt Attenti
Warsaw Drug Co,
YOUK "EEXALL" DRUG STOKE
SELF SERVICE x
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