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In the absence of the pastor the
Deaconship Evangelism Committee
will have charge ot the mid-week
, prayer services at the Warsaw Bap
tist Church. N. A. Mitchell, A. L.
Humphrey, and' S. A. Jones are
members of the committee who will
preside at the weekly meetings,
In preparation for the church re-
- vival. August 30 - September 8,
emphasis will be devoted to Evan
gelism throughout July, The mean
ing of evangelism will be discussed
by John Anderson Johnson on Wed
nesday, July 14; the mechanics
(systematic visitation program, en
listment, census, study) of evan-
. gelism will be considered on Wed-'
nesday, July Jl; and the necessity
of prayer, the organization of pray-
. er plans (cottage prayer meetings,
prayer: leagues, prayer" lists, etc.)
will receive attention on Wednes
day July 28,
' The visiting preacher for the re
rival will be Dr. E. Norfleet Gard
ner of Laurinburg. Dr. Gardner is
an outstanding pastor, vitally con
cerned with the spiritual develop
? jnent of Christiana as well as the
winning of lost souls to a know
ledge and acceptance of Christ The
travel experiences to world mission
points have given Dr. Gardner first
hand knowledge and inspiration for
bis emphasis to world Christianity.
Bis 'active participation in state
denominational agencies and boards
and Convention ministries justify
his declarations on Baptist doctrines
autty - without union - and plan
f church work.
' Itn. Lawton Albertson was hos-
teas to her bridge club on Friday
? Tea towels were presented to Miss
ftora Blackmore for high score;
Mrs. 1C H. Barr second, high and
Mrs. T. L. Smith for traveling.
) The hostess served lime sherbet
: aoid chocolate, cake to: Mrs. Barr,
Bliss Blackmore, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
A. Brooks, Mrs. Robert Lewis, Mrs.
A. G. Cook and Mrs. Floyd Strict
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Mrs. Forrest ' Martin entertained
her bride club - on 1 Tuesday
evening at her home. '.
Arrangements- of summer flowers
were used in the home.
Mrs. J. D. Davis won an oblong
pyrex dish for high score; Mrs. S. L.
Torrans crocheted shoes for second
high and Mrs. E. E.; Jones crocheted
shoes for traveling.
' The hostess served home made'
ice cream and cake to: Mrs. Davis,
Mrs. Torrans, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. J. H.
Wahab, Mrs. V. A. Stancil, Mrs.
W. B. Whitfield and Mrs. George
Wins High Score
Mrs. Ed Hines received coasters
for club high; Mrs. C.' B. Guthrie,
Sr, perfume, vistor high and Mrs.
Charles Sheffield , a roaster for
second high on Thursday evening
when Mrs. James Herman Hines
entertained at two tables of bridge.
The hostess served ice cream float
to: Mrs. Hines, Mrs; Guthrie, Mrs.
Sheffield, Mrs. W. J. Middleton. Jr.,
Mrs. John A. Johnson. Mrs. Mitchell
Britt. Mrs. Ralph Best, Jr. and Mrs.
Bobby Kennedy of Raleigh spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Miss Mary Elizabeth Packer of
E. C .C. Greenville was home for
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Packer. ,
Belton Houston of Washington,
N. C. spent the week end with 'his
mother, Mrs. Florence Houston..
Mrs. Irene Martin of Clinton vffflt
ed relatives during the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hooks and
children spent the week end in
Whiteville with relatives.
Mrs. Belton Minshew i and boys
and Mrs. C. C. Hester arid chUdfen,
Rebecca Grady and Margaret Grady
of Kenansville spent Friday after
noon at White Lake. f
Mrs. Paul Hunter shopped in Kin
ston Thursday afternoon. V
Mrs. Betty Whitfield and Miss
Betty Carolyn Whitfield of Wallace
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Whit
Miss Juanita Edwards of Raleigh
spent the week end ,with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.' Archie Brown.
low cost . .
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MRS. JERRY DREW PASCHAL
In a double ring ceremony, Sun
day, July 4 at 4 p.m. in the Warsaw
Methodist Church, Miss Patricia
Carter Kornegay became the bride
of Jerry Drew Paschal, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Paschal of High
Point, N. C.
Vows were pledged before the
Rev. Carlton Hirschi, pastor of the
bride. Wedding music was present
ed by Mrs. Bobby Summerlin, or
ganist, of Chapel Hill and Mrs. Nor
man Graham, soloist, of Burgaw,
both cousins of the bride.
Miss Ross Gamer, college room
mate of the bride was her only at
tendant She wore a ballerina
length dress of blush pink sheered
nylon, a halo of pink tulle rose
petals with seed pearls entwined
and completed her costume. She
carried an arm bouquet of pink
and white carnations.
The bride given in marriage by
her father, wore a ballerina-length
gown of chantilly lace over taffeta.
A pleated tulle ruffle showed below
the hemline of the scalloped bouf
fant skirt Her two tiered fingertip
veil of illusion was worn with a
calotte of chantilly lace embroider
ed in seed pearls. She carried a
white lace covered prayer book
mounted with stephanotis and a
purple throated white orchid.
Arthur Paschal attended his son
as best man. Ushers werec Truett
Grant, Bill Ring and Donald Brown
of High Point and Leon Siles of
Greensboro, all former classmates
of the groom.
For her daughter's wedding; Mrs.
Cornegay wore a dress of blue lace
vith matching accessories and an
orchid corsage. The groom's
mother's dress was of pink and
blue crystalite. Her corsage was of
Immediately following the cere
mony the bridal couple received in
the vestibule of the church. .
For her wedding trip the bride
wore a grey silk shantung dress
with white pique trim and acces
sories. Her corsage was the orchid'.
lifted from her bridal bouquet:
Mrs. Paschal is a graduate of
Campbell College High School at
Buie's Creek, N. C. and has com
pleted her Freshman years work
at High Point College, where she
plans to continue her studies until'
her husband completes his tour in
the U. S. Army. He is now station
ed at Fort Lee, Va.
'Before entering the armed service?
in March of 1954, he attended Duke
University for 3 years and was a
member of Kappa Alpha Frater
nity. He attended High Point C0U
lege the first semester of 1953-54.
Upon his discharge from the Army
he plans to continue his studies at
High Point College.
Wins High Score
Mrs. Fes Mitchner entertained her
bride club and additional guests at
her home on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr. received
a hose tray for club high; Mrs. Ed
Hines, footlets, for visitors high;
Mrs. J. N. West Jr. a brass plate
for second high.
The hostess served home made
ice cream and cake to: Mrs. Middle-
ton. Mrs. Hines, Mrs. West, Mrs.
Ed Strickland, Mrs. Earl Huie, Mrs.
Elbert Matthis, Mrs. Bill Taylor,
Mrs. W. G. Britt, Jr., Mrs. John A.
Johnson and Mrs. Robert Frederick:
and Mrs. Byron Teachey of Rose
Hill and Miss Annie Mae Brown
of Rocky Mount .
The three Straughans do it a.
gain! Training Union is J family
affair, especially for the Straughan
family of Warsaw. The three child
ren are - active members of the
Training Union and receive the full
support and help of then- parents
in the Training. Union activities
and plan of work.
Miss Ann Straughan is a good
winner because she learned four
years ago to be a good loser in her
first attempt in the state Junior
memory work tournament Each of
the last three years she has been a
Bill Straughan entered the tour
nament four years ago and has re
peated victory each year, thus re
ceiving the special "four-year" cer
tificate at the 1954 state tourna
Miss Mabel Jane Straughan Is
keeping up the family record and
she returned from' the Assembly
with her secqpd state winner seal
una year. .;
' Credit for such victories must
be shared by church leader and
family. Much time must be spent
in learning the work and in culti
vating skills through, study, prac
tice, drill and is made possible oaly
by understanding and cooperation
by family, leaders, and friends. '.
The three Straughans receive an
other recognition. - The - three are
members of the Junior choir. As
members they fulfilled the require
ments toward participation In the
state hymn festival, held, on Sat,
urday during the Assembly.' :
Twelve of the basic buildings are
now under construction on the new
Wake Forest College campus near
MRS. R. C. BAKER, JR, formerly
Miss , Jeannette Kelly, daughter fit
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly whose
wedding took place on June 13th in
Dillon. S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Baker are
making their home in Mount Olive.
Dr. and Mrs. Alton Greenlaw left
Warsaw (following the mid-week
prayer service Wednesday lor
Ridgecrest where they will spend
their vacation. Recognizing their
stewardship of talents and abilities
both wUl give their three weeks
vacation time to the youth of the
South. Both believe in the program
of Christian training and education
al opportunities provided by South
ern Baptists in their summer as
semblies at Ridgecrest and Glori
etta. Both consider the. invitation
to teach as an honor, but more so
as a God-given blessing.
The attendance for the Training
Jnion Assemblies has increased each
year so as to demand three full
weeks. The Sunday School program
also claims three weeks. The pro
gram is duplicated each week, with
some necessary changes in person
nel. More than 2200 will be enrolled
in the various age groups each
The program of work Includes
class periods by age groups for the
study of practical, progressive, and
effective promotional: methods.
Workshops clinics and the moat
modern techniques and facilities are
made available. v Again by age:
groups, vital subjects to current life
are discussed through panels; for-
umsj Isetsoiesw irtniaatis and group
participations. CTasBW in. Bible
study, visual education, handicraft.
journalism; library science, and
drama are held: for tbase utoeresasjir
The afBrrmmns are spent na rec
reations according to the desires of
the guests Many varied sports; are
provided, scenic drives, book res-
view teas, etc.
Evening; services acst far total
groups. Inspirational mesages, in
spirations, pageants, films, and lake
side campfire services conclude the
day. Thousands of people each sumw
met choose to. enjoy their vacation
with God, and for God in a setting
that provides relaxation, refreshing
experiences and joy -1 that is Ridge
crest. Mrs. M. A. Smith
Hostess To Class
The Sallie E. Johnstone Bible
Class of the Methodist Church met
with Mrs. M. A. Smith Monday
evening at 8 o'clock with, eleven
Mrs. Sanford Packer, president,
presided and was in charge of the
Mrs. H. R. Hipp presented the
The hostess served ice cream float
and pound cake.
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PIG STARTENA MADWI
AT THI PURINA FARM a group of pigs were taken from sows'
when 6 weeks old. One bunch was fed corn, oats and alfalfa
meal The other bunch got Purina Pig Startena and Water.
At I4V4 WIIKS the pigs fed Purina Pig Startena weighed
wsge of 64 pounds per pig more than the other bunch!
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Eleven members of the Warsaw
Baptist Junior Training Union spent
last, week at Caswell Baptist As
sembly as representatives of their
church to participate In the state
memory work tournament Because
ot their hard work In learning the
required scriptures and of their vic
tory in the associational and reg
ional, tournaments the church re
warded them by paying half of
their week's expenses at 'the As
sembly. .. Ten returned, borne with
the state gold Seal as a State Win
ner. The ten winner en the state
level were Drew Grice, Ann Strau
ghan, Mabel Jane Straughan, Bill
Straughan, Bill Rollins, Billy Vann.
Hubert Merritt, Jimmie Boyette,
Jimmie Bradshaw, Joe Haxrell.
Three other Juniors spent "the
week at Caswell and were there to
greet the group oh Saturday who
came to complete the Junior choir.
These three were - Neal Mitchell,
Carol Bradshaw and Eleanor Her
ring. Mrs. W. Y. Vann was the
counselor, for the group. Dr. and
Mrs. Alton Greenlaw were facalty
members in the Intermediate and
Adult Departments, but shared
afternoon fun with the juniors on
the beach. - ; - i.r..-'v-'-
Making the trip on Saturday other
members of the choir, who joined
those who had spent the week at
Caswell, were Joyce Potter (pianist)
Mary Lou Potter, Linda Kay Barr,
Martha Ann Barr, Sue Whittle, Nina
YVA Meet Monday
The Y.WA. of the Baptist Church
met Monday evening at seven thirty
with Misses Rita and Helen Sutton.
Mrs. Avon Sharpe, leader, was In
charge of the program.
The hostess served strawberry
shortcake to: Mrs. Sharpe, Faye
Blackburn, Helen Torrans Lillian
Sholars, Iris Ezzell, Peggy Taylor
and Shelby Jean Rackley.
Under the . auspices of the state
Baptist Training Union Department
the annual Hymn Festival at the
Caswell Assembly attracted 24
choirs from over the state, includ
ing the Warsaw Baptist Junior
Choir. This was the first appearance
for tiie Warsaw Choir ' and It re
ceived placement in the second
grouping: Grade B, under rigid
b order to participate on the
state level the choir had fulfilled
att requirements: All members of
the choir are regular members of
the local Training Union; all stanzas
of four hymns are memorized and
sung with proper interpretation; the
ehoir appeared before local, asso
ciational and regional audiences
and received from each a rating
which enabled it to progress to the
next standard. On the state level
the standards are very high. Sev
eral choirs return year by year
before achieving an A rating.
Miss Joyce Potter is pianist for
the Junior Choir and Mrs. John
Anderson Johnson is the director.
Sixteen choir members made the
trip to Caswell last Saturday to
sing. These included Linda Kay.
Barr, Martha Ann Barr, Carol Brad
shapr, Eleanor Herring, Ann Strau
ghan, Mabel Jane Straughan, Sue
Whittle, Nina Garner, Mary Lou
Potter, Bill Straughan, Drew Grice,
Bill Rollins, Jimmie Bradshaw,
Billy Vann, Neal Mitchell.
Others from Warsaw attending
the festival included: Dr. and Mrs.
J. W. Straughan, Mrs. Paul Potter,
L .S. Whittle, Major Eugene John
ston, Mrs. Ormond Grice and Linda
Grice, Dr. and Mrs. Greenlaw, Jim
my Boyette, Hubert Merritt Joe
HarreU and Mrs. W. Y. Vann.
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Let's go to Caswetl Caswell by
the Seaside! Where shall we be
going? What shall we look fort
- From highway 17 out of Wilming
ton we take state highway 130 to
ward South port, but before reach
ing there we find markers designat
ing "Caswell Baptist Assembly"
and we follow the arrows for about
eight miles. Crossing the bridge we
find ourselves orta peninsula, with
our destination situated on the tip
of Oak Island where the Cape Fear
LRiver empties Into the Atlantic. Al
most surrounded by Elizabeth River,
Cape Fear River and the Ocean we
find a scenic beauty and delightful
atmosphere not surpassed on the
N. C. Coast pm A destination Is
known for its historic significance
and for its present day religious op
portunities. , ,y "
Named for the first governor of
North. Carolina, Fort Caswell was
built of brick, remodeled with ce
ment additions and modern equip-1
ment Dating from 1824 It received
its share of congressional apropri
ations through World War H.
Through the years the government
spent millions of dollars at Fort
CaswelL . Time, energy, life wert
poured out here for a century, cost
ly artillery and instruments of war
went to rust and decay. Built as a
protection site, it proved useless to
the government. In 1949 the site
(being used at the time as a Naval
Basa; daring World War ID was
declared war surplus and sold for
"The gnxts have gone, the masses
of brick and mortar bear mute tes
timony to noble efforts made to
protect a priceless heritage. The
fortifications were built and main-
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tained by our government to guard
our American way of life."
North Carolina Baptists bought
the site in 1949. Now operated by
them Caswell now offers a great '
Christian educational and training
program that will safeguard, In the
most effective way the best Ipx our
American - way . of life. : .
A nlace so riehlv endowiul wltirwl
the handiwork of God aa well
with man's constructions now serves "
aa a base ot supply tor the Kingdom
of God. a "reservation tor the train.
ing : of Christian soldiers of the '
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What does the place offer today?
Recreation, a delightful beach,'
fishing fine. A splendid gym and '
outdoor V recreation facilities pro
vided for all ages,; The entire after- .
noon is given" for recreation, enough
recreation is not primary at Cos-
well The place is far more than a
resort V It offers fun plus the' in
spiration ot a religious, atmosphere. '
Christian training and education,
under; competent and ' consecrated
teachers IS a vital part of each
week's conference. Christian fellow
ship ' is paramount for - girls and
boys, high school and college stu
dents, people from the city, town ,
and country. In this Christian fel
lowship hundreds of people dedi
cate themselves to Christian living
and full-time Christian service. The
largest attendance tor any one week
was over 1400, 'during one ot the 1
three Training Union; weeks. , .
Other conferences during the .as
sembly period include, S. S., week, " .
Brotherhood and Deacons , . Week,
R. A. Camp, G. A. camp, Christian
Life Week," Music Week,- WM.U.
Week; ;M'V!v.:y'? AV,,.;-;..' -. .
Enlarged cafeteria facilities pro-
vide for three lines. Various lodging
accommodations are available. Bar
racks with double-deck ' bed and v
both convenient; Meals: -.breakfast
50c, lunch 75c, dinner 75c; Rooms,
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