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Bobby Batts was week end guest
?f Mr. sod Mrs. Amos Brinson and
IBB. P?c, ?f Kenanaville. On Satur
Brioaene and Bobby attend
Offy* St Carolina Bast
ketball game in Chapel Bill.
' Mrs. L. 0. Wltllains is spending
|d* week with Mr. god Mrs. fc. 0
Williams, Jr. and family of Greens
Mrs. C. V. Garner returned home
^ wi '? --- ? " *?" -
:|K?I* .Bay West vent tfe
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mrs. Cpra West,
TOP been recuperating Tr?n
W aurgety *lth the Pool s return
ed home with Mr. and Mrs. West
lEr and Mrs. Marvin Sutton and
Mfc and Mrs. Jessie Kirby visited
With Mra, On* Denning of Smith
*2L>^Weat spent Wednesday
night with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Weetof "Richmond, Va., and his lit
,^granddaughter, Vickie West, ac
?HfigMued blip hpme. Mr. and Mrs.
SUfat'West spept the Week end
and. Mrs. West and Vickie
flltarhed home with her parents on
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Gj E. parterson. minister
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
sqni'. sill Fayette Batts.
Morning Worship 11:00 a- m.
Music by Church Choir
Traimna Onion ?:?? p. m.
.(1 ,r B, T,WlfcSON MINISTER
;<? CHURCH SCHOOL 9:45 a. m.
I?H fi. A. M. Banton Sup't.
Vocahip Services n.06 A. M.
A WARSAW PRESBYTERIAN
f..P? n. 1 CHURCH
M0MCAN FLOWERS MINISTER
.aio v.Hhureh School 9:59 a. n.
, W. a*iHthoB. Jr. Sup't
^ffipWpl.Supday School Superintend
, ant. Robert Prioa. Adult Superiaton
^ifipt. Mrs. Paul Mull. Training
SSftU ?:?*? A. M.
Fgafar Service 8 p. m. Wednesday
5:00 Training Union
Evening Worship 7:36 p. m.
-f .i.Wednesday Prayer Service
duD 7/30 p. m.
!Wi WARSAW PENTECOASTAL
, cn/iio Re*. Denial Jones
.Jne^. Morning Worship 11:00
'liv/ ??? Evening Worship 7:30
Sendpy School at 10:00 o'clook
War man Berwick. Superintendent
Braver Meeting 7:*)
FIRST ORIGINAL FREE WILL
PASTOR O. B. Everett
Robert Ben sen
Sunday School 9:45 A. M.
Morning Warship M:56
League Service <:M p. M.
^ Ktaping Warship 7:M P. M.
:*>!Whdeeaday Prayer Service
7:30 P. M.
Friends of Mrs H. H. Gurley will
bo happy to leant that she hao re
turned home after being a patient
at BamUn Genera! Hospital.
Mrs. E. 8. Jones visited Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Jones of Wilmington
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Quinn visi
ted Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams
and son. Frederick, of Beulaville
Mrs. T. R. Quinn spent the week
end in Wallace with friends.
Fire Chief Frank Seed, Pete
Wood, Claudell Hardison, and W.
C. Martin atetnded the Pint Demon
stration at Seymour Johnson Air
Firs* Rase in Qoldabaro Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Foye Lee Goodman
and children of Greeasboro spent
With Mr. and Mrs. f. C
Wray and family.
Mr. and Mrs. M L. Kinlaw and
boys spent the week end in Wbite
viile visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. MaPhersen.
Mr. and Mis. Vaneo Clofeher and
daughter of Mehane and Mrs. Mma
Kennedy of Beulaville and Repay
Minshew of Warsaw wore Supdgy
diaper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Hunter and children.
Mrs. Frank Steed and children,
Laura Melene and Frankie. spent
Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Steed's grandmother, Mrs. Virginia
Strickland of Newton Gnove.
Mrs. Homer Brown of Rose Hill
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bolton Min
Mrs. Paul Hunter shopped in Kin
ston Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Ruth W. Kennedy of Beula
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cox
and girls of More head City spent
Sunday with the Joe Brinsons'.
Mrs. Monk Forehand, Mrs. Lyn
wood Howell, and Mrs. Billy Howell
of Pikeville visited Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Hollingsworth and son,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kelly and
children, Johny and Kitpberly, of
Rose Hill visited Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Steed and family Sunday
Mrs. Belton Minshew and Mrs.
Walker McNeill shopped in Golds
Mrs. I. J. Quinn attended the fun
?ral of her aunt h Rose ?U Satur
day afternoon. Mf and Mrs. Jimmy
Elliot and children of Kdenton visi
ted Mr. and Mrs Qukp and tan.
lay. Saturday evening.
Mrs. T. R. Quinn and Mrs. Oliver
Edwards visited Mr. and Mrs. Jes
ksie Bail T^Mhir aUfcrw#. ?
Friends of Lottie Dave West will
regret to learn that he was a pat
ient at raipiin General H"?pit?i sev
eral days last week.
Friends of Mr. Josh Janes. Sr..
Will regret to learn that he is a $&
lent at Duplin General Hospital.
Mr*. Ian far
Mrs. Norwood Graham. Mrs.
Brooks Boyette. Mrs. Emmons Gar
ner and Miss Mary Alice Graham
honored Mrs. Kenentb Lanier., nee
Miss Gail Ceckroft, with a bridal
shower Wednesday evening in the
home of Mrs. Norwood Graham.
The hostesses presented the hide (
elect with a lovely white mum cor
sage upon her arrival.
The group aojpyed playing bingo
with the winners being Miss Bobby
Graham, Mrs. Billy Kennedy. Mrs.
Listen Summerlin, Mrs. Roy Foun
tain, and Mrs. Kenneth Rivenhark.
At the conclusion of bingo, Mrs. La
nier opened her lovely array of
After the opening of the gifts, the
guests were invited ito the dining
rom for refreshments. The table
was thrown with a beige and brown
linen cloth which was centered with
a large wedding bell flanked by
burning white tapers. Mrs. Marie
King, mother of the bride, served
punch. Trays of wedding cokies,
nuts, mints and chicken salad in
patty shells were served buffet, to
the twenty-five guests present.
Little Miss Haywood Graham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norwood
Graham, added quite a bit of spice
to the party helping the hostesses
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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis, Jr., of
Chapel Hill announce the birth of a
son, John Scott, born February 5,
at N. C. Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Davis is the former Kathy
Weatheriy of Warsaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Belvin Kersey of
Clinton announce the birth of a son,
David Lynn, born January 23th at
Sampson Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Kersey is the former Yvonne
Kornegay of Warasw.
Tracey and BiU Johnson sons of
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johnson cele
brated their birthdays Thursday
evening from three until five at
their home with a party. Tracey
was five years old and Bill was
celebrating his third birthday.
The refreshment table was cover
ed with a white cloth and on each
end was the birthday cakes. Traceys
cake held five candles while Bill's
was decorated with three. Mrs.
Johnson served ice cream and bir
thday cake after the group enjoyed
playing indoor games. A hpx of
candy hearts was given each guest
as a party favor.
Those attending were: David Carl
ton, Bill Wilson, Danny Rivenbark.
Stan Draughan, Chip Ausley. Brian
West, Buster Johnson, Grey Matthis
and Johny and Mary Best Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter enter
tained their daughter. Paula. Sun
day with a birthday dinner. Paula,
who is recovering tram the flu., had
as her tmests her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Hunter of Warsaw,
her grandmother, Mrs. Mina Ken
nedy of Beulaville, Mr. and Mrs
Vance Clodfelter and daughter of
Mebane and Kenny Minshew of
Paula was celebrating her seven
th birthday. After a delicious din
ner, birthday cake and ice cream
Mrs. Torrans Hos$
Mr.s Mattie Torrans was hostess
to the Baltic Bridge Club Thursday
evening at ber heme en Bay Street.
At mid point of play, the hostess
served potato chip, cornets, home
made fudge and Cokes.
Those enjoying bridge were Mrs
Bruce Torrans, Mrs. Seth Hill, Mrs.
Bob Blanchard, Mrs. James Suttqn,
Mrs. Winnie Davis, Mrs. Helen
Smith, and Mrs. Clinton Rouse.
When the scores were compiled
for the evening, an ironing pad and
cover was presented to Mrs. Sutton
for high score and also to Mrs. Hill
for second high score. Hand lotion |
was presented to Mrs. Smith for
For the finest in joo prin
ting contact the DUPLIN -
Bill Knowles, Christian Witness
leader of the Brotherhood of the
First Baptist Church, was is charge
- -<C western wl?en the members
met Thurstfcy evanipg at 6:30 tor
their monthly mooting. Mr. Know
les introduced Rev. Aubrey Quaken
bush, Pastor ol the First Baptist Ch
urch in Clinton, who gave a very
Rev. Delamar Parkerson gave the
invocation alter yt^ch th# members
were served a ham sapper with
cherry delight for dessert by Cir
cle bio. 5 ot the Chuiafc.
Ffnak Steed. Ppsdio# ot M>e
Brotherhood, presided over the bas
in?? meeting at which time It was
decided that the meeting in March
wovtd he held the second Thursday
night at the menth due to the Re
vival being held the first week in
March and Joe Cogin would be is
charge of the paogram. Reports
[ were given on the sick, after which
I Rev Quakenbush presented the pro
gram. The meeting closed with pra
yer by H. C. Allen. There were
eighteen members and two visitors
Baptist Circles Met
| The Circles of the First Baptist
Church met last week and this week
in the following respective homes.
Circles Np. 1 met Monday 9fter
noon qf last we$k with Mrs. Osc^r
Best with 7 members present. Mrs.
Frank Thomas presided. Mrs. f|-a
Ezzell had charge of the program
with Mrs. Thomas. Miss Betty Lof
tin, Mrs. Carlyle Powellaijd Mrs.
R. D. Johnson, Sr., assiting het
Mrs. Powell related many interest
ing incidents that happened while
she and Mr. Powell served as mis
sionaries to Africa.
Mss. Best served heavenly hash,
cookies, aad coffee.
Circle No. ( Did net meet due to
Circle No. 3 met with Mrs. T. 0.
Haybon Tuesday night of last week
with Mrs. Bertha Roxby, chairman,
presiding. Mrs. Rax boy had charge
of the program with Mm. Baybeurn.
Mrs. Jimmy Barnette, Mrs. Paul
Barnette, and Mrs. Marvin Sutton
There wore 8 members present
and 1 visiter. Mrs. Ray ban served
congealed fruit salad, nuts, cookies,
Circle No. 4 met at the church
Monday nieht of last week with
Mrs. W. J. Knowles as hostess. Mm.
Sam Jones, chairman, presided
Mrs. Jones and Miss Mary Hosier
Powell had charge of the programs.
Mrs. Knowlerf?8|rved dheny pie
topped with ice cream and coffee to
the 6 members present.
Circle No. 5 met Monday night of
last week with Mrs. J. C. Brock.
Mrs. Brock, chairman presided and
Mrs. James H. Blackmore present
ed the program, Mrs. R. M. Her
ring gave the devotion.
Mrs. Brock served cheese bis
cuits, cookies, Valentine candy, and
coffee to the 7 members present.
Circle No. 6 met Monday night of
last week with Mrs. Oliver JoDes
with 7 members present.
Mrs. Florence Houston, chairman,
presided with Mrs. Paul Britt pre
senting the program and devotion.
Mrs. Jones served ham biscuits,
buns, and coffee.
Circle No. 7 met Monday night of
last week in the home of Mrs. Ger
ald Quinn with Mrs. Frank Steed.
Jr., as hostess Mrs. Norman Jones,
chairman, presided and Mrs. Steed
presented the program.
Mrs -Steed served apple pie top
ped with ice cream, toasted pecans,
???* coffee to the 8 members pre
Circle P}o. 8 met Monday night of
last week with Mrs. Kenneth Fus
sell with 7 memebrs present. Mrs
D. L. Matthis, chairman, presided
and Mrs. Ellis West had charge of
the program with all members pre
sent assiting her.
Mrs. Fussell served pie topped
With ice cream, nuts, and coffee.
Circle No. 9 met with Mrs: T. N.
Sudes Monday night of last week
with 10 members present.
Mrs. David Sutton, chairman, pre
sided, and Mrs. Bob Blanchard had
charge of the program with Mrs.
Betty Humphrey, Mrs. ?rmond
Grice, and Mrs. D. E. Parherson
Mrs. Surles served Valentine par
ty sandwiches and spiced tea.
Circle No. 10 met . Monday mern
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^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ~ ^ ^^ ^ '? * ^ 7 , . /;
Msr Edwards served cookies and
soft prinks to the 7 menders pre
.1 MT- and MM. Charles Jones an
nounce the birth of a son born Jan
uary 3lst at Sampson Memorial Hos
pital in Clinton.
Mrs. Jones is the former Reba
I Sauls of Warsaw.
Presbyterian Circus Met < Mon
thly Emphasis (World Missions)
The f!irrl?? qf the Presbyterian
Church met last week in the follow
ing respective bonnes.
Circle Np. 1 met Monday after
noon at 3:30 with Mrs. Norman
Flowers as hostess. Mrs. L. B
Iluie. chairman, presided.
After a business session, the Bible
Study was led by Mrs. Norman Flo
wers which was "The Kirjg Dele
Mrs. Flowers served date-nut
cake .toasted pecans, and coffee to
the 11 memebrs present.
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Circle No. 2 met with Mrs. Henry
L. Stevens, Jr., Tuesday morning at
Mrs. Henry L. Stevens, IJI, chair
man presided with Mrs- A. J. Jen
kins, Sr., presenting the "Bible
There were 9 members present
and 1 visitor, Mrs. E. P. Ewers,
President of the Women Qf the Chu
Circle No. 3 met Tuesday night
with Mrs. J. P. Harmon as hostess
and Mrs. Raymond Rivcnbark as
Mrs. V. A. Standi, chairman, had
charge of Hie business session, and
Mrs Norman Flowers presented the
The hostesses served pecan pie
topped with whipped cream and
coffee to the 9 members present.
Circle No. 4 met Monday night
with Mrs. L. P. MoCuHen with Mrs
Ed Hines, co-chairman, presiding
and presenting the "Bible Study".
There were 12 members present,
and Mrs. McCullen served lemon
pound cake, ice eream, and ceffee.
Prior to the monthly meeting of
the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist
Church Monday evening, the irdivi
dual circles held their monthly
meettings in the following homes:
Mrs. Joes Sutton was hostess to
Circle. No. 1 at her borne on Mem
orial Drive Extension with nine
members present. Mrs. Ross Vfad
kins presided over the meeting in
the absence of the Chairman, Mrs.
Mrs. Sutton used the Valentine
motif in decorations and coring the
social hour served heart shaped
sandwiches, ice cream with cocon
ut, nots and coffee.
Mrs. Herbert West gave the devo
tion and Mrs. Job Wahab presided
over the business meeting in the ab
sence of Mrs. Joe Brinsqn when
Circle No. 2 met at the home of
Mrs. William Coetin.
Cherry pie a-la-mode, Valentine
candyi and coffee were served to
the eiirht members present at the
conclusion of the meeting.
Mrs. Marvin Houston and Mrs
Nancy Carr were hostesses to Cir
cle No. 3 which met in the Fireside |
Room of the Church. Mrs. George
Taylor was in charge of the devo
tion and Mrs. Joe Kornegay con
ducted the business meeting.
During the social hour, the hostess
served cookies, nuts, candy and
Cokes to the members present.
Members of Circle No. 4 met in
the home of Mrs. R. H. Sutton with
seven members present. Mrs. Her
man Hollingsworth, Chairman, pre
sided over the business meeting
and Mrs. A. M. Ronton gave the
Following the business meeting,
the hostess served individual cherry
pies topped with whipped cream
mints, nuts and coffee.
Mrs. J. N. West, Sr. was hostess
to Circle No. 5 at her home on Col
let eCtreet with Mrs. Paul Hunter
presiding. At the conclusion of the
meeting, German Chocolate cake,
Valentine candy and coffee were
served to the seven members pre
Msr. Belton Minshew, Chairman
of Circle No. 6 was hostess at her
home on College Street with eight
members present. Mrs. D. L. Carl
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Music Club Met
Tt? Warsaw Youth Music dub
met Wednesday, February fth. wb*
fih gave the studerfts a chance to
perform on the sfoge before each
akiter before they have to perform
Mrs. W. J. Middleton, Jr, club
cpupselpr, states that "with a stand
ard ef perferctum in musical achi
evement as a goal, the festivals of
fer the student an immediate ob
jective toward which he may work
giyi sa opportunity to receive a rat
ing on the degree of accomplish
ment received. Festival entrants
do not competp against each ilgsr,
but rather, each is fated on his
Own merits. This means that festi
vals are designed not only for the
exceptionally talents performer, b it
alse for the average student who
seriously aplies himself to his music
Students performing on recital
were: Tanga Jo West, Jan Town
send, Laurie Gresham, Tana Cail
ton, Kay Britt, Mary B. Darughan,
Candy Jones, Brenda Bostic, Con
nie ReveUe, Trfleia Kornegay, Ann
Hines, Mary Sheffield, Barhara
Raynor, Marsha Jordan, Ann Hplt
Jordan, Beeky Phillips, Jane Black
more, Abigail Warren, William Out
law, and Susanne Southeriand.
Refreshments were served by
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Mrs. Julian Quinn of Kinston vist
ted Mrs. Lula Q. Passer Tuesday
Mrs. Willi* Jtasfc and Mrs. Harr?
Home shopped in Kinstoa Friday. u
Miss Jean Campbell, student nur
se at James Walker Hospital in Wit
nuinglon, spent the week end with
h?- parents Mr. and Mrs. Clintos
Mrs. Lizzie Miller and Joe of
Kinston visited Lula Q. Parkef
Mis* Jean Campbell and Jamef
shipped in Kinston Saturday.
Mrs. Nelson Carltoh and Mra. Clar
Mr. Jewy-CoOe, Mra. J. D. Cottle
Gordon, am! Kaymond wer? in HfokJI
UillakM gXWDi UftA WpaalrLj
at her homXe, - . d
New Holland Machine Company
says its balers have been used (or
baling paper, tobacco and rags, in
addition to bay and straw.
A mmjgm 8 tlPto s day
per cow tor each day that cow go?,
over 90 days after calving without
being rehred. .
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HOW PAR AWAV CRM AH RlRPLRME
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TOVORftgLE COHPCflONS !
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Tractors and Farm Machinery
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1963
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50 Farm Implements
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