VOL.21, NO. 22
Mrs. H. jR. Hipp was hostess to
the Sallle E. Johnstone Bible Class
-ot Warsaw Methodist Church, at the
t , May meeting on Monday evening.
The three final chapters of the
f. Mission Study. These f Siwntth
Speaking Americans", was taught
Dy Mrs. Charles Carroll Mrs. Q, J,
aunon ana Mrs. m. a. Smith,
, Mrs. O. P. Prldgen lea period
. devotional. r 4
. Mrs. Sanford Picker president,
presided over the meeting' and dur
ing this period It was mnounced
: that a covered dish supper -would
. be held ; at the church . Thursday.
, evening at 7:00 when Mrs. M.-A.
Smith, Mrs, Milton West and Mrs.
W, M. Craven win present Jthe boolc,
"Heritage and Destiny" by General
; Kennedy, n
.During the social hour ice cream
and cake was served.
IS members attended.
KENANSVILLE, NUKTH CAiilUJNA, THURSDAY. JUNE 3, WJSSS9JlM?aJ
Mar ta Duplmand
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PRICE TEN CENTS
Cub Scout leaders
' Betsy Vsaa was honored on her
fifth birthday Thursday afternoon
it her . home.
, Sarah Alice Fussell led1 the little
guests In outdoor games and later
showed slides. , The guests were
then invited into- the house where
Mrs. Bill Vann served cup 'akes
and toe cream.
Balloons and hats were given as
favors. Guests Included David Allen,
Tohnny Best, "Carolyn Johnston,
Herbert Wray, Buddy Goodman, Di
anne Cook, Barbara McNeill, Tony
Rivenbark, ' Abigail ' Warren, Jean-
nette Britt, Marina and Jane Black-
Cub! Leaders -met Sunday after
noon at S o'clock at the Warsaw
Grammar School for Round Table
Discussion with" eighteen present
Mrs. Christine Williams conducted
: songs and games. Den chiefs of
Warsaw conducted a treasure hunt
Mr. Sam Glasgow demonstrated
epenbig and vtosing cexemoflres.
Chatterbox exhibits were on dis-
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE
DMDEHK1GBED TAX COLLECTOR
TOR THE TOWN OF WARSAW.
WILL BETWEEN THE HOURS OF
10:00 A.M. AND 4:00 MB. ON THE
SECOND MONDAY IN JUNE 1894,
OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
OUTCRY, TO THE HIGHEST BTD-
, - ,DEH, FOR CASH, THE FOLLOW
USQ DESCRIBED REAL PROPER-
' roR RELiNQrDErrr iws taxes
l-i TRUED THERE ON. . -'
.white) V"f. Block Lots Amt
v, Apple, AJH. Heirs' . MM 1 $ 3.52
Bell. A. W. Heirs . 15B 16 6.00 j
Boyette. H. S. Jr. 72 J 1.7S j
Britt, Carl ' 152 4 8.39
Dunn, W. B. 20-41 4 105.70
80 1 15.21
Mrs. J. MT Kornegay and Mrs.
John . A. Johnson entertained at
bridge at the Kornegay home on
Tuesday evening at the Kornegay
hqme honoring Miss ' Geraldine
Johnson of Clinton, a June bride
elect. . " s
The home was attractively deco
rated throughout- The pink and
white niotif being used in Use deco
rations and refreshments.
Mrs. J.' T. Gresham received milk
glass for high score. Miss Emily
Teague won a vinegar cruet for
second and Mrs. Maurice Jordan
the low score, received Jello molds.
The honoree was presented a cor
sage of white mums and a silt of
silver in her pattern by the "hos
Ice cream in bridal molds, indivi
dual cakes and , mints were served
at the conclusion and iced drinks
and nuts during the play. -
Invited guests included Miss John
son, her friend;- Miss Emily Teague
of Clinton; Mrs. Rivers Johnson,
Jr, Mrs.. Bill Taylor, Mrs. W. J.
Middleton, Mrs.. J. N. West Jr.,
Mm XttmrtSIatthis, Mrs. El Simp-
; Miss Wink Brinson' was hostess
to Y.WA, on Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. Lillian Quinn,
There were nine members present
and two visitors. "Mrs. David Cham
bers, ,WJf. XT. Young People's. Di
rector, attended. Miss Iris Ezzelle,
president, opened the meeting with
prayer. Committee reports were
given. Miss WBsm Shqlar was in
charge of the program assisted by
Misses Joyce Whittle, Iris Ezzelle,
Wink Brinson, Ruby Home and Bert
Lefler. The hostess served ice cream
Mrs .Avon Sharpe was presented
a piece of silver for her birthday.
Mrs. D, L. Matthis entertained the.
members of the Baptist Choir im
mediately following choir practice
Friday night Miss Fannie Wilson
assisted in serving iced punch, po
tato chips and cookies.
Those attending were: Mrs. Glenn
Brown, Mrs. Paul Potter, Mrs.
George Bennett Mrs. Bill Vann,
Mrs. John Fonvielle, Mrs. , J. F.
Strickland, Miss Sallie Hill. Glenn
Brown, Rivers Johnson, Jr., Ed
'Strickland and Lee Brown.
The Vacation Bible School com
mencement program for the War
saw Baptist Church, held Wednes
day, night, May 26, brought to a
close the most successful school
the church has ever sponsored when
judged by the enrollment attend
ance and quality of work accom
plished. - -v a, ":-.y
After the traditional processional
behind flag bearers, the students
sat by department groups and par
ticipated in the general worship
period and then presented special
features representing the summar
ized activities of the daily sched
ule. Typical presentations were
given by the Nursery Department
well done in this department .
The Junior Department's contri
bution to the service included a
flash-card resume of each day's
them (well done, Juniors); a quin
tette sang "Whisper A Prayer" and
one student retold one of the daily
character stories. 4'. ..''''
The candlelight service by the
Jrrniediate Department was most
effective in dramatizing the mean
ing of Missions, the types of work
being done by the denomination
-n vhere. This feature was fol
lowed immediately by the presen
tationSthe joint' Junidr and In
termedwls Departments of "Dedi
cation" a unison two-part anthem.
; The entire service was charac
terized as "impressive, effective,"
evidence of serious work by teach-
after which the group went to its ers" "purposeful In plans and so
department room for the rest of
the service. Songs and scripture
verse in answer to questions by the
leader Were given by the more than
Of unusual quality was the pre
sentation by the Primary Depart
ment' The group was too large to
stand on the pulpit; yet the work
was given so distinctly and well
that the entire audience was able
to understand each part. Many
verses of scripture, several new
songs, and stories recalled by ques
tions asked gave indication of work
son, Mrs. F. A. Mitchner, Mrs. Wal
ter P. West, Mrs. W. G. Britt, Mrs.
John "Vincent Mrs. John Fonvielle,
Mrs. Mitchell Britt Mrs. Otto Mat
thews, Mrs. Maurice Jordan, Mrs.
Charlie Sheffield, Mrs. Ed'Hines,
Mrs. Edward Strickland, Mrs. Ralph
Best Jr., Mrs. J. T. Gresham, Mrs.
Sam Godwin, Mrs. J. F. Strickland;
Mrs. William Craven, Mrs. H. C.
Allen, Mrs. B. T. Tfobbs, Mr A.M.
Mr. Weeks Honored
On 87th Birthday
Mrs. H. H. McCullen, Mrs: JL C.
Bunch, and Mrs. E. F. Strickland
held open house at the home of
tneir rather, John M. Weeks in
Clinton Sunday afternoon in cele
bration of his 87th birthday.
The home was decorated with
arrangements of spring flowers. Re
ceiving guests were Mr, Weeks'
grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Spivey, E. F. Sutton, J. Hughlon
McCullen, H. B. Warren, and Miss
Winona Strickland. Several great
grandchildren assisted in serving
Approximately 129 guest attend
Sound advice: Forget the past
don't worry about, the future live
only for the present.
Mrs. Whiffle Scores
: Mrs. Allen Draughan entertained
members of "her bridge club Wed
Mrs. L. S. Whittle was given a
pocket book for high score; Mrs.
Paul Berry received stationery for
traveling; Mrs. George Penny was
presented the prize for low.
The hostess served grapefruit
salad, ham biscuits and russian tea
to: Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Whittle, Mrs.
Penney, Mrs. Paul Potter, Mrs.
Robert Blackmore, Mrs. N. A. Mit
chell, Mrs. J. P. Harmon and Mrs.
a. jxi. aenton.
The man' who always says wha"t
he likes is sure to hear a lot of
things he dislikes.
Unhappiness is usually only a
State of mind, but happiness is al
ways of real thing, .y . ( 'r
Everyone has a right to think,
but it is often dangerous to, ex
press one's thoughts. . '
Usually the folks who missfth
freedom train 'are those who live
far beyond their station in life.
'.: Ignorance of the law excuses no
ties will spring most any crook.
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vHerring, J. D. Heirs
Herring, Leonard D.
Hinman, E. B. Heirs
Hobbs, B. F. Sr.
Mr. -J. M. Heirs 25 2 134
Satterfield, I. E. 89 2 2.40
aAdam, Westley Heirs 26 1 $ .80
Allen, Bobert 86 1 8,73
Allen, a W. 15 1 1.01
. Blango, Katie 11 1 2.94
Bowden, Josephene 48 1 S.25
Bowden.lRachael , 62 1 14.28
Bowden, WJM. Heirs 2 1 43.33
Branch, ' Dorcas 53 1 6.13
Carlton,; Harry Lee 49 1 18.34
Carlton, John 15 3 40.95
Carlton, M M. 15 2 4.36
Cooper, ' Mary L. 53 2 7.89
Cooper, Bobert Lee 28-51 5 44.71
Faison, Dora 61 I 28.22
Faison, John Walter 25 1 24.29
Faison, Webb Heirs 63 1 34.30
Gaston, John A. Heirs ' i "
gel more irade-in value on your old
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, Gaston, .Theodore 34 1
- Gooding,- John 28 j 2
Henderson, Susan 59 2
HilL Catherine 50 1
Hill, Edd & Othonia
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HiU, J. W.
Jackson, Hettie B.
- Jenkins, Docie
Johnson, James Heirs
; Kenion, Elma
' . McCall, Corrinna
Middleton, Henry Lee
Middleton Jim Bob , ,
.Miller, Jm Henry i
Moore, Ddra Underwood 27 1
Rich, Octavia Heirs
Robinson, James. ES.
Shaw. Herbert . V
v' Smith, A. B
' Smith, Kit
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i ,1th, WUUe Lee . ' ) I
.Tapdy 10 2
, Lizzie Heir 10 1
T Whitehead, Emma Heir 14 I j
-Whitehead, Sidney Heir
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George Durfdy 53 I - 7.02
Williams, Leslie v : 'l IS KM
Williams, M. W. v 36 1 VM
Williams, Richard Heir 62 1 7.42
Williams, Tommle ;' 36 2 13.96
Wilson, J. S. ' ? f ' , 11 ViXl
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This ti 10th day of May, 1954. --'
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