S I is
J ; , Warsaw . ' 'V I
i I I V ' J - v, if.,- Sim I I
i-- . ,s XjyiyL
.Li, 54! , w. ( ,. , ,
VOL. 21, NO. 16
Section 1 KENANSVDLLE, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1954
til dm- nv la DbsIIb am
tMt ufaMe ttOa V S. C4 hod v a -
PRICE TEN CENTS
Peuiy Drench -H.
D. Club Meets
'.'i Mrs. Y. L. Smith was hostess toJ
: me fenny uranctt Home JJemonstr.
x ation Club at her home, Wednesday
: afternoon. Spring flowers and pott-
' ed plants were attratively arranged
throughout the bouse, ,
The assistant agent, Miss Hager
I gave ' the demonstation. The pur-
pose was a few hints to give your
garments a professional look. Miss
Hager gave a few things to be con
sidered: (1) Choose your pattern
' carefully (2) study your pattern
. guide, (3) cut notches to correspond
(4) stay stitch all bias edges (5)
stitch all seams from bottom to top.
Suggested covered belt buckles and
buttons give professional look.
- Special emphasis will be given to
National 4-H week. Club members
; are to have an active part in church
' services on,. May 23. The Home
Demonstration Week which is the
first week in May. Each club is to
- have an exhibit in some convenient
, place to be observed by the public
; and the judges. The exhibit is to
' portray the theme, Todays Home
Buil6Tomorrows World" ,
r The House Furnishing leader, Mrs.
Ormond Grice, Food Conservation
leader, Mrs.. Bill Vann, Mrs. A. F.
Jones, music leader, gave discus-
' sions on their ' respective subjects.
Mrs. Jones discussion was oh works
of Johanne Strauss and played most
. popular waltzes .The recreation
hour was held in the form of. a
v contest Mrs. Clinton Rouse was the
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Bonnie
; Thomas served home made coconut
' cake, nuts and iced drinks using
Easter bunnies as favors to 17 mem
bers and two guests. Guests includ
; . ed Mesdames Raeford Bostic, David
Carlton,. Robert Davis, N. F. Fred
rick, Ormond Grice, Lonnle Garner,
R, F. Herring, C. W. Hlnsori, A. F.
Jones, J. -B. Torrans, CHntori Rouse,
Bill Vann, V, :U -Smith,". 'Corte
Blckmore, Bonnie Thomas, Miss
Jean Torrans Miss Mae Hager end
the two ''visitors," Mrs. Plnaytello
from the Mineral Springs Club and
Mrs, Smiths mother. Mrs. Guy: v
One way in the faU of 1935, Mr.
Cortez . Blackmore stopped by my
house to inquire if I wouTd be in
terested in home demonstration club
work. Since I was quite young and
had the responsibility of a family,
I didn't know whether, or not I
would be Interested. Another reason
was that I didnt know what home
demonstration work was all about,
anyway.' I went along with Mrs.
Blackmore on the Idea of organizing
a club in our neighborhood. ; .
She wrote to the County Agent,
Jayme Martin and asked how to go
about 'organizing a club and. Jhow
many would be required to be able
to organize. Miss Martin replied
immediately and said she would
be glad to help us organize.. The
date was set for Monday after the
1st Sunday in January in 1936,
The plans were made and all
prospective members notified. The
first meeting was to be held with
Mrs. Albert Askew.
The' night before the meeting a
big snow came and roads were
practically impassaole. Miss Martin
managed to get there and only four
were present. Miss Martin explained
the purpose of H. D. Club work
and told how to go about getting
organized. The meeting 'adjourned
to meet the next month with Mrs.
R M. Herring. .
At the second meeting the officers
were elected, Mrs. R. M., Herring,
president; Mrs. Cortez Blackmore,
vice president; Mrs. Hinton Askew;
secretary and treasurer. After this
H. D. Club Meets
The Mineral Springs Home Demon
stration Club met at the home of
Mrs. E. B, Hales Tuesday afternoon
j Mr : Norman Parks, president,
presided.- The meeting opened
with singing the "Old North State."
Mrs. Hales led the devotional foll
owed by prayer, Mrs. Leon Taylor
gave the secretary's report. Mrs.
Pauline Johnson, Home Agent, gave
a demonstration on "The Profes
sional Touch in Sewing."
A dress ' revue was held- with
dresses being made and modeled
by the following: Mrs. Silvio Pecora,
first prize; Mrs. Ben Swinson, second
prize; Mrs. Leon Taylor, Mrs. E. B.
Hales, Mrs. W. H. Moore, Mrs.
Waitus English and Mrs. .Norman
Parks. The hostess served fruit salad
and hot chocolate.
Jiimi ii'iih. iihii;iVj
v . .
, 1 ' !-.
21-bdi table G-E ,
sets cMltef 100.00 mml
One of the biggest TV
'Values we've ever offered)
Look what you get. Excep
tionally powerful G-E chas
sis. Top reception, sharp,
dear pictures, even hi fringe
areas. Designed for all
eunuul tJHF-VHF. Come
in, eee how much more we
and G.E. give ydu for your
TV dollar! -
etITMe SIHIi fsble) flMde
tUiut Mgm h Hi it IiiIIlMiiIIi '
Jg toih JtAihAsW sb
18 Months .
FOR COMPLETE INSTALLATION -,
AND . SERVICE CALL ,523 WARSAW
. . A ' ' ,, ; .-' r'-,: , - . . -
& f.Idc3. ; Co
The Farmer's Friend
; WABSAW .
J, f. (Jlseay) BtrteUaai - ' Km Tin M. IMoUui
Mrs. H. M. Middleton, Sr. enter
tained at her home Sunday honoring
her husband on his seventy-fifth
Guests included his children and
grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Piner and children, Rhoda and Ed
win of Wilmington; Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Middleton, Jr., and children,
Henry m and Janet, of Athens,
Term.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bell and
children, Barbara and Vern of Dur
ham and Mr. and Mrs. George Mid
dleton and son, Dan, of Raleigh
business came the job of naming
'bur club. Since no one could think
of a suitable name, Mrs. Blackmore
suggested that we call it the Penny
This little branch gets its name
from a negro who lives nearby. Fete
Penny was his name. There is an
old legend about Pete Penny. He
worked in the home and yards of
Mrs. Pierce. Pete was a habitual
rogue, therefore he went to the
penitentary quite often and be
cause of this was called Pete Penny.
Mrs. Pierce always took Pete back
to work when he had served his
sentence. Thus Penny Branch got
its name and became a land mark
in the neighborhood. Many incidents
have been told by school children,
that have happened at Penny
Since Penny Branch was in the
heart of the neighborhood of which
the club members were to come,
It was decided that Penny Branch
would be a suitable name. Two years
later it was decided that we needed
a club house and it was built on
the bank of Penny Branch.
by Mrs. R M. Herring
I have been wonderfully blessed
in being restored to active life after
being crippled In nearly every Joint
In my body and with miiwiifl. sore-
neaa from head to foot I had Rheu
matoid Arthritis and other forms
of Rheumatism, hands deformed and
my ankles were eet
Limited space prohibits telling you
mora here but if you will write
me I will reply at once and tell
you how I received this wonderful
MM Arbor Hllla Drive
P O. Box S69S
Jackson 9, Mississippi
rBible Schoof Parade
Here it comesl Friday morning,
May 14, at 10:45, following the Pre
paration Day activities for the War
saw Baptist Vacation Bible School,
about 300 beys and girls will take
part in a colorful parade. What's
that big red thing leading the line?
Listen, what do you hear; what are
those things blowing in the breeze?
What do those floats reveal? What
is that at the end of the line? Sur
prise features await the children
whoU make up the parade with
their colorful banners. These extra
features plus the children and work
ers will prpvide a worthwhile thrill
for the parents, and friends who ga
ther along College Street, Railroad
Street from bank to Warsaw Drug
Store, Hill Street to Pine to Plank.
The Nursery Department (3 yr. olds)
All children of Warsaw whose
Church is not providing a Bible
School will receive a happy wel
come for two Weeks HAPPY time
of work, study, and play. (Children
whose church is conducting a Bible
School are encouraged to attend
their own in order to receive then
own denominational program of
Explanation is offered concerning
the Nursery Department which is
not to be confused with the Sunday
School Nursery. For Bible School,
the 3 year olds are enrolled and
only younger ones whose mother is
on the faculty. This group has a
definite program of training out
lined. A nursery for tiny tots will
not be provided.
The Bible School in all Southern
Baptist Convention churches places
primary emphasis on Christian prin
ciples applied in everyday living.
Hours are spent on Bible study,
memorization of scriptures and
hymns, denominational mission
fields and opportunities, character-
building stories and the worship
periods seek to emphasize quiet
meditation, dignified order of ser
vice, reverence and respect in order
that the atmosphere may provide
an adequate understanding of, ap
preciation for, and acceptance of the
Happiness reigned and beautiful
was the sight when 31 little child
ren of the Warsaw Baptist Nursery
Department with 18 mothers and
one grandmother gathered on the
lawn qf the Baptist pastorium to
give Mrs. Greenlaw her greatest
Easter thrill. Despite the blustering
wind and overcast shadows of
clouds, Sunshine of Love" was
warm on Friday afternoon. Know
ing of Mrs. Greenlaw's special love
for all children, especially the
Nursery ages, three and under, and
her dependence upon her little
community friends for those heart
warming experiences at the special
seasons, the Nursery Department of
the Sunday School usually meets
with her at Easter and Christmas.
Following the traditional egg hunt
and play, refreshments were en
joyed by the following: David Allen,
Joan Evelyn Best Bobbie Best,
presence of God. and the Plan of
Christ for each life.
Wholesome recreation and hand
work receive secondary importance
but are included as very vital and
necessary phases of the Bible School
plan of training.
Shirley Best, Calvin Brown with
big sister Susan, Billie Britt and
little sister Kay, Steve Brock, Ken
neth Brock, Kathy Brock, Jane
Blackmore, Brenda Bostic.
Johnnie and Jeannie Fonvielle,
Donnie Herring, Johnnie Johnson,
Cynthia Jones, Steve Jones, Ann
Holt Jordan, Eddie Murphy with
big sister Elaine, Marsha Jordan,
Tricia Kornegay, Pat Mathis, Connie
Revelle, Steve Sutton, Jane Strick
land with big brother Jimmie, Brad
Richert with big sister.
Mothers sharing the glad hour
included: Mesdames Robert Black
more, Carol Best, Glenn Brown,
W. G. Britt, McDonald Brock, Ken
neth Brock, Oliver Jones, Dickie
Herring, Troy Kornegay, John Fon
vielle, George Sutton, H. C. Allen,
Tobey Jones, Ed Murphy, Maurice
Jordan, Elwood Revelle, Elbert Mat
his, John Anderson Johnson, and
Grandmother Walter Bostic.
(Doc and Mrs. Greenlaw think
every age is a special age and are
blessed by the friendships of all
ages. Particularly does the pastor's
wife thrill and thrive on hearing
little voices say "Greenlaw" - with
out "Mrs." and looking into smiling
eyes - one of God's greatest gifts to
The Junior GA's met at the
Baptist Church on Monday after
noon with fifteen members present.
Mrs. Paul Potter, leader, was in
Dottie Hinson presided over the
meeting. Judy Pearsall, community
mission chairman, reported on the
project for the month.
Eleven children took part on the
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Herring and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vann entertained
at a spaghetti dinner at the Herring
Home on West Hill Street Extension
Friday night in honor of the home
coming of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Byrd
and Miss Alma Humphrey.
"Missions In South Amer-
Ellen Ann Pollock
group ice cream.
For Rent g
HOUSES & APARTMENTS O
Kenansville and Warsaw O
A. J. STRICKLAND
Or . O
Jf Mrs. Belton Minshew Phone 554 - Warsaw
where PAfll ccxats.
Wk A Cofofs
-v Rich Colon
& Supply Co. .
206 E. Walnut St.
Goldsboro Phone 496
nor is the time to
HURRY HOGS TO MARKET!
aviaaoi movimint e
MOO MICiS AT CHICAOO
UIINO Mir tO VIMS
mm wim. mmm. r. mml jat , y
The aboTe chart show average prices for hogs at
. Chicago for the last 10 rears. Peak used to come la
. Seotemhar. n it Ahmm v ... ... t. i
- forward to July; This spring hog men mast hurry
' hogs to markat 1 1; make every on mitt count! - '
VP hau tlfnmm tha mtt I.. 1m
p.. ' n n
To Be Available
at all MOBIL
STATIONS in Duplin County
There Has Never Been A Finer Motor Oil Than NEW MOBILOIL SPECIAL
unsurpassed in quality and per- formance created expressly to
meet the exacting needs of today's liner automobile engines.
new Mobiloil Special
adds octane numbers to fuel performance.
reduces knock and preignition.
adds to operating smoothness, economy,
performance, power output.
reduces fuel and oil waste, adds years to
engine and car life.
& CAR DEALERS:
New Mobiloil Special means
a product that again, proves the leader
ship of Flying Red Hor& research.
a product having new and unsurpassed
performance, attractive to all car owners.
an opportunity for greater profits because
of motorist demand for this great new
n o n
7 ! ir
I 1 1 1 -
hogs to market in a hurry. Su;ij - '
AT TK3E ITOM WITH TKI CI.TCKrOARD
usv; m i;:u . .
WARSAW, N. C.