I Warsaw Society
% By Mis. Helca Steed
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jpjjj wSKls parents. Mr. apd Mrs.
I Rudy Hasty returned home Fri
Hr after spending two weeks in El
Texas with his father, Mr.
Rid Mrs. be raid Qafem spent
IjMWlilitifd'in Lambert on with Mr.
lira. Hoes Lemwn and son.
I* Mrs. Ray Japkson and i tpldren j
np Greenville, 5. C. spent last week
W her mother, Mrs. Winnie Oov
PW. and Mrs. C. C. Knotts, Jr. of
XdmriniMirg went the weekend with
Ma slater and famfly, Mr. and Mrs.
UK Taylor. Lave Taylor who spent
la* week with the Knotts returned
HMM ?Sd their sen Ceie Knotts who
jSaswlast week with the Taylor's
jSpMRsai heme with his parents.
| Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. Quhm and son
Jay and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jen
Mas Jr. and daughter and Mr. and
?H. A. J Jenkins, Sr spent the
nhMnad at the Jenkins Ctottage at
Otr. and Mrs. BUI Sheffield and
ohiMreo and Annette Wahab apeni
several dan last week at the Sbef
field Cottage at Topsail Beach.
Mr. aqd Mrs. Richard Williams
and son Prgperick of Beulaville vis
ited in Warsaw Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. House and
daughter Becky and Rebecca Car
ter spent last week at Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. M. i. Kmtaw and
boys, and Andy spent the weekend
in Whiteville with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. In McPhorsen.
| Mrs. T. R? Qui an was acorn pan
ied to Raleigh Saturday by Mrs.
Nelson Carlton, Tanna Carlton, Mrs.
OHver Edwards ad Donna Sue
where she departed Sunday morn
ing for a tour of Mexico.
Friends of Donna Sue Edwards
will regret to learn she is a patient
in N. C. Memorial Hospital in Cha
pel Hill where she is undergoing
surgery oa her nose.
Mr. and Mrs. John Creech and
chilren of Spartanburg, S. C., Mrs.
James Janes of Petersburg, Va.;
an Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Weatherspoon
of Raleigh visited the J. E. Creechs
Mrs. Lila Lanier and Mrs. Adell
Matthews of Beuiaville were guests
kHinj. 'i t :?:
t of Miss Daisy Burnham Sunday
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Autre and
children spent last week In the
i mountains near Brison city.
Mrs. Robert Fields and children
of Minneapolis, Minn, and Mrs.
Dick Swart and daughter June, of
?WHmtagtan spent Thursday with
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. West. Mrs.
Fields was a format classmate of
Mrs. West's at W. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Br kit. Jr..
Bill, Kay and Martha and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Britt Paul, and Jcanotte
rnt, July 4th with Mr. and Mrs.
G. Britt, Sr. where they attend
ed the 4th of July Celebration in
Mr .aad.Mrs. William Earl Howell
and children, Vickie Lynn, Billy
and Glenn of San Diego, Califorina
have moved to their new home on
Memorial Drive Ext. Mrs. Howell is
the former Doris Taylor of Warsaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenenth Brock and
children spent last Wednesday at
Atlanic Beach and while there they
toured Fort Macon.
Mrs. Winnie Davis spent Sunday
with her sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Benton in Snow Hill.
Recent guests of Mrs. R. C. Thig
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pen and son Han y Lee tar
Richmond, Va. and Miss Sara Oe%n
Thigpaa of Norfolk, Va.
Jkc. and Mrs. Gerald Quinf were
tapper guests of Vt, aed Mrs.
Richard Williams ef BeulaviUe last
spent last Thursday with her daugh
ter and family, Mr, and Mrs I*#.
Quinn and son J?y
Mrs. Leonard DePonceau and
daughter Dewisc Aim of Lexington,
Kentucky returned home after
spending the past two weeks with
hqr mother, Mrs, R, C. TWgpen and
sen Harry Lee. Harry Lee 'returned
with her to, spend a week.:He will
fly home this weekend, Weekend
guests of the Thigpens was her dau
ghter. Miss Cecelia Thigpen of
Twenty-three members ard their
advisors of the Warsaw LH Club
spent last Friday evening at Grid
Park Lake in GoMsbere where they
enjoyed swimming and skating
afterwhich they tajoyed hambur
gers at Hardys. ,,
Miss Carrie Baars of Chapel Hill
spent Sunday with ber parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Baars, Mioses Mary
Susan Baars, Mary Alice Thomas of
Magnolia and Elizabeth Sutton re
turned to Chapel Hill with Miss
Baars to attend the 22nd annual
N. C. Scholastic Press Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Carlton of El
Paso, Texas arrived Monday, to
spend some time with relatives.
Mrs. Hugh Carlton and children,
Jenny and David left Monday to
spend ihi sweek with Mrs. Roy Bar
wick and boys who are spending a
few weeks at the West Home at
Horce Kornegay of Birmingham,
Ala. spent several days with his
neice and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Sheffield. Gregg Herring of
New Bern is spending two weeks
with the Sheffield boys.
Dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Blanchard Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Wrenn Benlley and daughter
Rhonda of Greensboro.
Mrs. Florence Houston spent last
week in Rocky Mount with her sis
ter and family, MV.' and Mrs. J. B.
Southerland. rY' ?
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams
and son Fredferick of Beulaville
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Quinn.
Mrs. James Taylor was hostess
to the members of her bridge club
and additional guests Thursday
evening at her home on Pine St,
Upon the arrival of guests, Mrs.
Taylor served peach short cake,
coffee, and nuts. During progres
sions, she served potato chips and
Mrs. Arnold Jones received cos
tume jewelery for high score a
ward, Mrs. Bill Grice received a
compact for second high scorer,
and Mrs. William Costin won colo
gne for traveling.
Others playing were Mesdames
William Best, E. C. Wray, J. B.
Herring, Jr., and Thurman Gaster.
The Brotherhood of the Warsaw
Baptist Church met last Thursday
evening at the church at 7:00 p. m.
where they enjoyed a. Father-Son
Frank Steed, Jr. president, pre
sided over the meeting. W. G. Britt
gave the invocation.
A most interesting program' was
given. A film on "Recuits for
Christ" was shown expressing the
need of missionaries in Korea.,
Asuper of hotdog6 with alf the
trimmings was served and apple
pie was the dessert.
The next meeting will be at fish
fry in August.
Entertains Club '
Mrs. Bill Taylor was hostess to
three tables of bridge in her home
last Tuesday night at 8:00 p. m.
The living room, where the three
tables were in play, displayed love
ly summer flowers.
Playing were Mesdames Walter
P. West, Jr., E. L. Matthis, Earl
Huie, R. D Johnson, Jr., John Vin
cent, W. G. Britt, J. M Kornegay.
John Fonvielle, Allen Draughan, Jr.
Mett B. Ausley and BUI Sheffield.
Mrs. Walter* P. fectf. received, a
fancy pin cushion 4 for -club <igh,
Mrs. Fonvielle receive# a hair cur
ler bag for visitor's high and Mrs.
Ausley received bubble bath' for
During play, Mrs. Taylor served
Cokes and at conclusion she served
gingerale floats and salted-wets.
Baltic Bridge Club
Mrs. Bob Blanchard entertained
the members of Baltic Bridge Club
Tuesday evening at her home. Mrs.
Robert Chestnut! received a towel
and wash doth for high score. Mrs.
Seth Hill received old spice talcum
powder tor traveling. Mrs. Bruce
Torrance received a pitcher decan
ter for consolation.
I others playing vera Mrs. Wennie
Davis, Mrs. Woodrow Smith,, Mrs
Mattie Torrans. Mrs. E. C, Wray.
*nd Mrs. Helen Smiths
During play. Mrs. Blanchard ser
^ved assorted candy and nuU and
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Surratt, Sr. of Warsaw who were honored
recently in Warsaw on their Golden Wedding Aniversary. A reception
for the family was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sur
ratt of Warsaw^ C/ t.
Surrotts Celebrate 50th Anniversary |
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Surratt, Sr.
were honored by their children
last Wednesday evening, June
l?th from 7:30 p., m. at a family
reception honoring them on their
50th wedding anniversary. The
reception was held in the home of
M)r. and Mrs. B. C Surratt in
The home was thrown ensuite
for the special occasion using the
traditional golden wedding colors.
The dinning room was attractiv
ely decorated with the dining
room i.able covered with a gold
cloth and overlaid with a lovely
lace cloth. Centering the beauti
ful table were two three branch
ed brass caadelbras holding burn
ing gold tapers. Gracing one end
of the table was a three tiered
wedding cake topped with golden
Miss Mary Ellen Surratt served
the cake and on Che opposite end
punch was poured by Miss Aim
Price. Circling the punch bowl
was greenery and gold f lowers.
Gold mints and salted nuts were
served by Miss Jane Price. They
are all granddaughters of the hon
orees. Their grandson, Robert
Surratt lit the candles for the oc
Attending other than the hon
orees, Mr. and Mrs. C W. Sur
ratt, Sr. were Mar. and Mrs. C.
W. Suarrtt, Jr., their sons, John
and Robert and dauhgter Miss
Mary Ellen Surratt, Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Price and daughters Misses
Anne and Jane Price all of Rose
Hill.. Mr. and Mrs. J C. Surratt
and Mes. L. T. Wilson of Warsaw.
The Presbyterian women of the
Church met Monday evening of
last week in the Ladies Parlor of
the church with Mrs. E. P. Ewers
president presiding. All of the cir
cles were represented.
Following the business meeting,
Mrs. Henry L, Stevens, 111 present
ed an interesting program from the
General Assembly on 'The Place of
the Women in The Church".
The meeting was closed in regu
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Mrs. Nancy Carr honored her |
daughter Anita With ?r birthday per
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ty last Monday afternoon at 3:00
p. in. in the horne of her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hous
ton of near Warsaw. Anita was
celebrating her 4th birthday.
Outdoor games were enjoyed
after which her mother and grand
mother served birthday cake, ice
cream, potato chips, and soft
Helping Anita celebrate were
Terry Merrttt, Robin Yancey, Sopya
Powell, Susan Todd, Kim Houston,
and Neil Murphy of Kenans viile.
Anita received many nice gifts
from her friends.
Charles Newmap hag been work- ,
ing for the last two years, solving
the Berlin problem in Germany. He
has written two letters to the presi
dent, and the State Department in
Washington. Last week, he received
a letter from Mayor Wily Brandt
in West 'Berlin. The letter was sign
ed as follows: Many thanks for
Der Regierende Burgermeister
(The Governing Mayor of Ber
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Mrs. Fisher Opdton was hostess
to the Capaata dab last Tuesday
night at 8 ;#? at raieh time the club
g<up a Surprise Unen Shower for
Miss Helen Torraos, bride-elect of
t5?n arrival, 'the hostess presen
ted her with a captation corsage.
.Guests were Mesdames Arnold
Jones, Allen Brown, W. C. Martin,
C. C. Rouse, Melvin Herring, Al
fred Herring, Joe Brinson and the
honoree, Miss Torrans. Miss Tor
rans received a set of crystal can
dle holders for high, and Mrs.
Reuse received a receipe file for
During play, Mrs. Carlton served
P/rtfAg anH nntg nnH affpr
Miss Torrans opene,d hef many nice
gifts, pound cake, lime sherbet and
salted nuts were served.
Engagement , ,
Miss Joyce Ann RMzzard of rfeu
lavflle, whose engagement to feenny
Ray Thomas, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. George Thomas' and ne
phew of Mrs. Jessie Exum of JXeu
laville with whom he make$ his
home, is announced by her mother,
Mrs. Peanie Blizzard of Bealaville.
Miss Blizzard's father is the late
Samuel Blizzard. An August XI wed
ding is p|anned.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steed, ft
and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Quino en
tertained with Cook-out last Tues
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charcoaled hamburgers, hot dogs,
patio potato salad, cole-slaw, bak
ed beans, Iced tea, soft drinks and
apple pie was served, to Mr. and
Mrs. James Sutton, Mr. and Mrs.
David Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Costin, all of Warsaw and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Sutton of Jacksonville
Florida and Frankie Sad Lauri
Melene Steed. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis announ
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