VOL. 21, NO. 37
.iMra, Vincent of Greenvllls Is vis
iting her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. John Vincent
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Mitehner were: Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Cannady, Sr. and children,
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Cannady, Jr. and
children of Franklinton, and W. E.
Fussell of Rose Hill.. Mrs. A. T
Mitchner returned home -with the
Mrs. Byron Teachey of Rose Hill
spent Monday with her sister, Mrs.
F. A. Mitchner.
'Miss Joyce Ann Jones left Mon
day to resume her studies at Mere
Pvt. and Mrs. Hugh Carlton left
Thursday for Tort Scott, San Fran
cisco, California where Hugh win
Pyt, and Mrs. Fisher Carlton and
Henee left Thursday for Fort Lee,
Va. where Fisher will be stationed.
Harold Matthis of Chapel Hill was
home for the weekend.
Mrs. J. M. Kornegay, Sr. and Dr.
T. A. Kornegay of Smithfield were
Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Lillian Qahm spent the weelt
end with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saieed
Miss Ruby Jones visited Tier par
ents in Kenansville over the weelt
Paul Kitchin, Avon Sharpe and
Elbert Matthis attended the football
game In Raleigh Saturday night.
Mrs. Elbert Matthis and Pat vis
ited relatives in Goldrfboro Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Spent Tuesday in
' Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Matthews left
Sunday to attend the American Hose
Society in New YotTc City and oth
er places of interest.
Miss Mary Lynn Smith of Jack
sonville spent the weekend -with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kitchin.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Genuchi and
children have returned to Liberty
ville. 111. after spending sometime
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B.
Deems Wiggs of Atlanta, Ga
spent several days recently visiting
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
and Mrs- J- c- Surratt, Jr.,
'Kildren of Goldsboro visited
ah'd Mrs. J. C. Surratt Sunday.
Mrs. R. F. Marshburn of Salem
burg spent several days last week
with her sister, Mrs. David Chamb-'
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. V. Garner were Mrs. Cora Gar
ner and Howard Moss of Franklin
ton. Mrs. John Fonvielle, Mrs. Eugene
Johnston, Mrs. W. D. Byrd and Mrs.
G.'-.S. Best attended the W. M. U.
Leadership Institute at Campbell
College on Friday, Attending on
Saturday were Mrs. L. S. Whittle,
Mrs. W. D. Byrd and Mrs. Avon
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Community Mission Conference at
the Institute. '
Msses Bessie and Nealle Miller
and Grey Miller of Kinston spenl
Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. J. C,
Mr. and Mrs. JZliok Lassiter and
daughters of JErwin were weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Miller,
Mrs. Jerry Paschal spent the
weekend with her husband at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. . Paschal at Glendon. She will
go to High IPoiat Monday to help
with !he orientation tf freshmen al
High Foint College where 'she is
a sophomore this year.
Mrs. Rufus Bowden and daugh
ters, Anne and Mrs. "Wade Johnson
visited her sister, Mrs. Morrison in
Mr. aiid Mrs. Henry Middleton
returned from Raleigh 'Wednesday
after visiting their sons George and
Henry .3x tthere.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kornegay
visited Mrs. O. C. Carter at Mt.
Olive Sunday, and Jarvis Carter at
Goldsboro hospital, who is an op
erative patient there.
Betty Blanchard, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blanchard, en
tered ECC, Greenville, on Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Curlin of
(Greensboro wane weekend guests
of Mrs. Curlin's parents, Mr. .and
Mrs. lEllis West.
Belton Houston of Washington
was home for the, weekend with
his mother, Mrs. Florence Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Forrev and
children of Rocky Mount were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Wahab.
Miss Jean NewklrTc of Hieh Point
spent ihe weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hewkirk.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter and
Tim spent the weekend in Beula
ville with Mr. and Mrs. J. TJ. Ken
nedy. Mr. and Mrs. Liston Summerlin
and children ritited Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Summerlin at Summelin's
Sgt 1-c Brommie A. Jones of
Fort Benning, Ga., is visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brown.
Misses Eunice and Edith Cook of
Clinton were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor and sons.
Billy and Hunt, were weekend
guests of Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Knotts, at Hamlet.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Carlton and
son of Clinton spent Saturday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Carlie Shef
field. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Redmon and
boys, Buster and Allen, of Jackson
ville, Fla., visited Mrs. Frank Hays
lip and Mrs. Glenn Brown Friday
HOUSES & APARTMENTS
Kenansville and Warsaw
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This photograph, taken from tht
tower of Wait Chapel on the new
Wake Forest ' College campus at
Wins High Score
Mrs. S. W. Marriner won club
high and Mrs. "Walker Stevens won
visitors on Thursday evening when
Mrs. Fred Baars entertained at
bridge. Each received a magnolia
The hostess served fruit salad,
cheese biscuits and ritz.
Other guests included Mrs. J. Mil
ton West, Mrs. Edgar Pollock, Mrs.
Q. J. Sutton, Mrs. Robert West and
Mrs. Wilbur Garner.
Mrs. Sutton captured traveling
and was 'given hand cream.
Speaks Al Rotary
Mitchell Britt was welcomed in
as a new member on Thursday at
the regular' weekly dinner meeting
of the Rotary Club.
Dr. J. M. Kornegay presided, in
the absence of the president, Arthur
M Benton. Elbert Matthis was m
charge of the program and spoke on
the "Operations and Functions of
Congratulations were extended
to the new Rotary son, J. Edward
The club was served at the school
Mrs. J. T. Gresham
Entertains Mrs. J. T. Gresham was hostess to
members of her bridge club and
additional guests on Thursday af
ternoon at her home. .
Arrangements of late summer
flowers were used in the home.
Prize winners were: Club high,
mixing bowls, Mrs. Charles Shef
f'eld; Second high, glass drainer,
Mrs. J. H. Hines; Visitors high,
mixing bowls, Mrs. Otto Matthews;
Second high, glass drainer, Mrs., i
The hostess served apple pie a
Others playing were: Mrs. Bill
Sheffield, Mrs. John Anderson
Johnson, and Mrs. James Franklin
Billy and Hunt Taylor, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Taylor, were
honored with a birthday neighbor
hood party Wednesday at their
home on Pollock Street.
Outor games were played af
ter which refreshments of Ice cream
and birthday cake was served and
the boys opened their gifts.
Invited guests were Johnsoa and
Steve Sheffield, Ann and Mary
Frances Hines,.' Susan and Cajvln
Brown, Diane and Ronnie Wahab,
Allen and Kat Foutaln, Johnny
Best, Buster Merritt, Tony and Dana
Rivenbark, Pat Matthis and Ann
Miller, . - . -
Balloons were given aa favors.
Mr. and Mr M- V. CockreU of
Warsaw: announce the marriage of
their daughter, Shirley, to Jackson
Barham of Norfolk, Va son of Mr.
and Mrs.WUl Barham of Carthage,
Missouri ' The wedding took place
August 13, 1961. ; .
After a wedding trip to Missouri
the couple will make their home in
Norfolk where b it ferviof with
On y. S. Htvjr;
Vinston-Salem, shows several build
lgs on which construction has pro-
eeded rapidly during the sum
ler months. In the foreground is
Junior Music Club
The Junior Music Club opened
their meetings by singing the Fed
eration HYMN, followed by "A
merica". During the business session offi
cers were elected as follows: Pres
ident, Joyce Whittle; Vice-president,
Jo Ann Flowers; Secretary
and treasurer, Zona Quinn; Report
ers, Carol Bear and Judy Rollins
and Pianist, Joyce Potter. The dis
trict meeting to be held in N"w
Bern October 2 was announced. The
following new members were wel
comed into the club. Rose Drew,
Sandra Blanchard, Dorothy Register,
and Dorothy Barwick of Warsaw;
Betty Ingram, of Kenansville; Nan
cy Clifton, and Berta Stroud of
Those taking part in the summer
recital were Sylvia Gooding, Mavis
Jones, Judy Rollins, Sue Whittle,
Gail Newton, Joyce Whittle, and
Mrs. A. F.' Jones, Mrs. Mathes,
Mrs. Jones mother, was a guest for
Lib West and Joyce Whittle, host
esses served potato chips, cookies
and iced drinks.
Meet Held Tuesday
The American Lesion Auxiliarv
met recently at the home of Mrs.
Sam Jones on Hill Street. Six mem
bers were present. Mrs. D. J. Riven
bark, Jr., presided over the busi
ness session. Plans were made for
a dinner meeting in October. It was
also decided to pay for an under
priviledged childs lunch for a year.
It was anounced that an Officers
school of instruction would be held
at the Sir Walter Hotel September
20 and 21.
The hostess served cookies and
iced drinks to Mrs. Rivenliark,
Mrs. Robert Winders, Mrs. H. Moore, I
Mrs. S. E. Parker, and Mrs. Frank I
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one of theboys' dormitories. In the
center background is the Z. Smith
Reynolds Library while the science
building is at the far right.
Miss Marie Kirby
Student At Va.
Miss Marie Kirby, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kirby, Warsaw,
will enter Virginia Intermont Col
lege in Briston, Va., in September
for her freshman year.
Miss Kirby is a graduate of War
saw High School and while in high
school took part in various activites.
Virginia Intermont is a junior
eollege and is one of ten represent
ative junior colleges in America.
Mrs. N. Flowers
Hostess To Garden
The Warsaw Garden Club met
with Mrs. Norman Flowers on
Thursday afternoon at three o'clock.
Arrangements were carried by
Mrs. Ed -Ewers, Mrs. Walker Stev
ens, Mrs. Herbert Best.
During the business session Mrs
R. E. Wall presented a scrapbook
to the club.
An exhibit to be held next week
The hostess served a salad plate
and punch to the fifteen members
Mary Frances Hines, young dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hines,
celebrated her sixth birthday Satur
day afternoon at six o'clock. The
young group enjoyed a weiner roast
on the lawn.
Guests included Susan Brown,
Catherine Fountain, Johnson and
Steve Sheffield, Katherine Buck,
Diane Wahab, Jimmy Hines, Betty
Jo Page and Billy Taylor.
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Program At U. D. C.
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy met on Friday afternoon,
September 10, at the home of the
Powell sisters at 3:30 p. m. Mrs. L.
B. Huie, president, presided and
called the meeting to order. Mrs.
G. P. Pridgen, chaplain, lead the
chapter rituals and the salute to
the flags. The song "Dixie" was
sung in Southern style. Reports
from the committees were given as
follows: Mrs. L. S. Whittle, treas
urer, gave a splendid report, The
Memorial Building Committee,
chairman Mrs. John Pierce, report
ed that the entire quota of $400 had
been paid into the memorial fund.
Mrs. R. C. Pridgen, magazine chair
man, reported nine subscriptions.
Mrs. Fred B?ars, membership chair
man, reported four new members
for the past year. The president
thanked the committees for their
The following delegates were ap
pointed to the state convention in
Charlotte: Mrs. George Bennett
and Mrs. J. W. Farrior, alternates
were Mrs. Fred Barr and Mrs. Riv
ers Johnson, Jr. Those appointed
as delegates to the general conven
tion to be held in Roanoke, Va.,
starting in November were Mrs. C.
B. Guthrie, Kenansville and Mrs.
L. S. Whittle, alternates, Mrs. Rob
ert West and Mrs. L. B. Huie. The
president stated that the center of
interest would be presenting flags
for the schools and valuable books
to the school libaries. Mrs. Henry
Stevens, Jr. made the motion that
the time of the meeting be changed
from the third Thursday to the first
Thursday in the month. The motion
was carried by unanimous vote.
The program chairman Mrs. Paul
Potter, presented a Founders rav
Program. The U. D. C. was founded
September 10, 1894 and this was
their golden anniversary. She was
assisted by Mrs. C. F. Carroll who
represented Mrs. C. M. Goodleti
the general founder of the U. D. C
Mrs. Fred Baars represented the di
visional president at that time, Mrs.
W. F. Parsley of Wilmington. Mrs.
f. W. Farrior represented the lo
cal chapter founder, Mrs. W. L.
Hill. They were dressed in colonial
costumes of that period.
After this part of the Droeram
Mrs. Henry Stevens, Jr. conducted
a quiz "Questions About the Found
ing of the U. D. C." Mrs. Fred Baar
and Mrs. C. F. Carroll won this
questionnaire. The hostesses served
a delicious dessert course of vanilla
ice cream topped with red cherries
and indivadual anniversary cakes
decorated with rose arbors with
lighted blue candles, carrying out
the patriotic chapter colors of red,
white and blue. Toasted nuts and
mints were served with the dessert
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Mrs. A. G. Cook
Hostess At Bridge
Mrs. A. G. Cook entertained her
bridge club and additional guest
it her home on Friday evening at
Late summer flowers were used
n the living and dining rooms
where the tables were in play.,
Prize winners were: Club high,
French Set, Mrs. Lawton Albertson;
visitors, hand cream, Miss Mamie
Bethea; low, pickled peaches, Mrs.
Floyd Strickland; Bingo, carton of
drinks, Mrs. V L. Smith.
Other guests Included Mrs. Mo
man Baar, Mrs. A. Brooks, Miss No
ra Blackmore, and Mrs. Carl Wind
ers. The hostess served ice cream and
Mrs. C. Brown
Entertains T. E. L.
Th T. E. L. Bible Class of the
Baptist Church met Friday night
with Mrs .Clarence Brown at her
home on Hill Street. Mrs. Brown
presided over the business session in
the absence of the president, Mrs
Miss Carrie Pecle was in charge
of the devotional. The group enjoy
ed singing their favorite hymns.
The hostess served ice crean
sundaes and blue and white icec
cakes to Mrs. Peele, Mrs. Smmr
Chambers, Mrs. C. V. Garner, Mrs.
Oscar Best, Mrs, L. Boone, Mrs.
Jim Herring, Mrs.. Conrad Scott and
Mrs. Kate Herring. Mrs. Richard
Herring was welcomed into the
class at this time.
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Mesdames John Vincent and F. A.
Mitchner entertained jointly at Mrs.
Vincent's home on Friday evening
their bridge clubs and additional'
Mixed summer flowers were used
throughout the home.
Prize winners were: club flight
Mrs. W. G. Britt and Mrs. W. K
West, each received roaster jpoS
holders; visitors high, Mrs. Cbarlr
Sheffield, plastic dress bag; efof
second high, Mrs. W. J. Middleton,
Jr., hose bag; low, Mrs. Mett Aus
ley, lipstick and Bingo, Mrs. J. H.
Hines, a wall memo pad.
Other guests included: Mrs. H. IX
Allen, Mrs. J. M. Kornegay, Mrs.
Mitchell Britt, Mrs. Ralph Best, Jr..
Mrs. Avon Sharpe, Mrs. Glenn Bof
lins, Mrs. Sterling Marriner, Mrs.
O. S. Matthews, Mrs. Sam Godwin,
Mrs. Elbert Matthis, Mrs- Earl Hide,
Mrs. John A. Johnson, Mrs Rivers
Johnson, Jr., Mrs. Bill Sheffield.
Mrs. Frank Hobbs, Mrs. George
Clark, Mrs. Ed Hines and Mrs. J,
The hostesses served fresh trt&
salad, nutt rolls and ritz upon, ar
rival. In 1902 T. H. Shelvin was arrest
id in Minneapolis for speeding in
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