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LOCALS AND PERSONALS
OF INTEREST TO
Farmville and Surrounding Sections
Mrs. W. M. Willis Jbas reamed
home from a' visit to "relatives in '
Mrs. G. M. Shirley left Tues
day night for Richmond, Va., to
Miss Alice Saunders, of Spring
Hope, is the guest of relatives
and friends here.
Mr. J.R. Britt, of Beresford, Fla.,
is here on a visit to his sister,
Mrs. J. W. Holmes. ,
Miss Fannie Gary, of Murfrees
boro, is here on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Harris. v
Several from FarmviTie attend
ed the annual German in Rocky
Mount Wednesday night.
Mr. Bert Wat kins, of Washing
ton, D. C., came in Wednesday
to spend the summer here.
Miss Margtoriete Christman
went to Rocky Mount Sunday
to visit relatives and friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tyson have
returned home from their bridal
trip to Western North Carolina.
^ Mr. and Mrs. James W. Joyrier
returned to Farmville Tuesday
afternoon from their bridal tour
Miss Novella Horton and Mm
]. L. Shackleford are on a v^it
to relatives and friends at Black
Mr. and Mrs. L P. JTndmas
returned to Farm vOW last Friday
frQm their honeymoon - trip
north. They are ' residing at
Sgt. J. W. Lang, of the U. S.
M. C., who for th6 past several
months has been stationed at St.
Thomas, V. I., is at home on a
visit to relatives.
Mr. Ben Miller, of Ganesville,
Fla., is the. guesf*of Mr. T. E.
Barrow, near Farmville. He
came up to look after his large
farming interests in Green county
Dr. H. P. Mosley, who has
recently returned from France, is
expected to arrive in the city
within the v next few days pre
paratory to resuming his practice
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Rev. Beaman, of Oklahoma
will preach in the Primitive Bap
tist church here Wednesday 11
o'clock a. nh and at night July
2nd* Public is cordially invited
Dr. and Mrs. paul E. Jones art
spending the week in Ashe&Ile
where Dr. Jones is attending the
annual meeting of the N. C.
liie young men of Farmville
Social Club .announce their next
big dance of the season to be
held Monday nighty June 30th.
Music will be futnished by Car
berDOTBQtchesIri g|p;| ;
Mr. and Mis. G. A. .Rouse and
little daughter, Mrs. J. U
ley and two
Mrs ~L. W. Tripp, of near
Greenville, accompanied by her
children and Miss Christine
Evans motored over to FarmviUe
Wednesday, spending the after
noon with her son, Mr. C. S.
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We are requested to announce
that there will be regular . 'ser
vices" at the Methodist church'
Sunday morning and night, to
each the public is I cordially in
vited to attend. -
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Miss Anna Norris andj Mr.
Willie Carraway took their y
friends by surprise and motored
over to Greenville Wednesday
morning where they were mar
ried in the holy bonds of wed
The Enterprise acknowledges '
receipt of three cotton blossoms
which reached this office Mon
day morning. The first was
brought in by Mr. S. W. Erwin;
the second by Geo. Dupree,
colored, the third by Geo. Loyd,
a tenant on Mr. A, J. Field's fajm.
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Among those going from
Farmville to Oxford, this week
to attend the annual celebration
of St. John's Day June 24th were
Mr. and Mrs; J. R. Flanagan, Mj.
and Mrs. J im Cash, R. A. -Joyner
W. A. Hobgood, J. T. apd Her;
bert Burnett, Richard and Lee
Ttigwell, J. G. Smith, C. S.
Rountree, Arthur F. Joyner, M.
?V. Jones, Herbert Joyner, Walter
Newton, R. H. Knott and J. M.
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The Seneca Camp Fire . Girls
met s^t the home of their guard
ian, Miss Bessie Cason. for their
usual meeting: this week and
after games and contests were
escorted to the dining room.
Danty place dards were attached
by ribbons to a large silver bas
ket in tbe center.
When little Miss Facta ie Ras
berry, cousin of Miss Cason,
gave the signal, each guest pull
ed the ribbons and loud and real
were .their exclamations when
they read the inscription: ?'Tffipffr
Mae Cason to Jones Wellington
Bromer, June 25, 1919."
. The wedding took place in
the Christian church Wednes
day night, full accoutti o? which
will appear in our next issue.
SAFEBLOW ?RS MAKE
LARGE HAUL NEAR
Richmond, Va., June 24.?
Twenty-two hundred dollars in
cash, between $2,000 and $3,000
worth of liberty bonds and $1,500
and $2,500 in notes, mortgages
and other papers comprised the
booty secured by safeblowers
from the store of W. T. ,Sher|
man, Ettick. Va., a northern sub
urb of Petersburg, at one o'clock
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