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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Hart WW
Durham rial tore, Sunday.
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Mr. and Mr*. Clyde Finch, of Hen
derson, spent Saturday here.
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Mrs. Jane Emory, of Durham, is
the guert of Mrs. J". T. Bundy.
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Mrs. S. G. Gardner spent the week
end with relatiree in Greenville.
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Lt Mel ha Fulfoid, of Raleigh,
spent Monday with Mrs. R. T. Nor
Mrs. W. H. Duke and son visited
relatives in Roanoke Rapids this
Miss Annie Lee Jones, of Raleigh,
spent the week end with Mrs. D. R.
T. Eli Joyner, Jr., has returned
from Chicago, where he attended the
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Miss Frances Lewis, of E. C. T. C.,
Greenville, will spend the week end
at her home here.
Mrs. L. B. Nutter returned to
Blacks tone, Va., today after a visit
to her sister, Mrs. R. T. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fleming have
returned to Martinsville, Va., after aj
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Joyner.
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Friends will be glad to learn that
John B. Lewis is able to be in his
office again after a recent illness.
Pfc. T, E. Drake, of Cherry Point
and Coffeeville, Kan., was the guest
of Miss Tabitha M. DeVisconti, Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Flanagan and
family moved this week from the
country to their home on East Church
Mrs. W. H. Moore, Jr., and daugh
ter, Mary Lu, and Mrs. Arch Flana
gan, are spending today, Friday, in
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lee and Mrs.
Bob Joyner spent Sunday with Mr. |
and Mrs. Beaman Worthington,
Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Eagles and
daughter, Mary Elizabeth, of Tar
boro, spent Sunday with Mr. and M^g.
R. T. Norville.
Technical Sgt E. F. Wilson, Jr., and]
Mrs. Wilson and little daughter, ]
Judy, are spending this week in |
Abbeville, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Brieger, Jr., of|
Richmond, Va., are guests of Mrs.
Brieger's sister, Mrs. Tommy S.|
Ryon, and Mr.' Ryon.
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Mr. an8 Mrs. F. G. Dupree, Jr.,
and daughter, Miss Frances, spent
several days of this week in Raleigh,
Durham and Greensboro.
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Mra. J. W. Holmes and Dr. and |
Mrs. Ashby Winstead spent several]
days of this week iln Elizabeth City,]
with Miss Frances Winstead.
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Miss Etta Frances Harper and
Miss Margaret Coatee, students at
E, C. T. C., Greenville, spent the
week end at their respective homes
A. C. Monk, Sr., was a Rocky Mount
visitors, Wednesday, calling to see
George Morns, who is recovering
from a recent operation at Park View
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Cpl. Charles E. Sholdee, of Cherry
Point and Cleveland, 0., and Mrs. J.
M. Cfcrietman, of Kinston, were sup
per guests at Miss Tabitha M. De
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist will
leave during the week end to attend
the State'Veterinary Conference to
to be held at State College, Raleigh,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Adelaide Dail spent Wednes
day afternoon with her mother, Mrs.]
Lanye Doll, who is receiving
ment at a Rocky Mount
Mrs. Dail is recuperating rapidly.
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Friends will regret to learn that
Mrs. Mack Can aw ay, at the Enter
prise staff, has been 01 at bar home
on Contanteea street this wpek- Mm.
CartBuupr ? lynpystkig rpify,
however, and hgpes to be out again
JiWwHfe wiU bp glad to learn that
little Margaret I^qise Speight,
^ ***! tote hp* receiving
treatment in a Wilson hospital, has
returned and is
in* though slowly.
W- ?4 Charles A. Mpringo
w*n, Jr., have rptynad
Will take ?vsr his
?t FalmhSd Airweft
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8:00 P. M.?Episcopal Auxiliary
meet* with Hn. 6. Alex Bom
8:80 P. M.?Presbyterian Auxili
ary meets with Mn. F. G. Du
7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club.
8:45 P. M.?Merry Matrons meet
with Mrs. J. W. Parker.
6:80 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:30 P. M. ? Postwar Planning
Board will meet at Mayor Joy
Tier's office. V
8:00 P. M.?Junior Order.
2:30 P. M.?New Deal Club meet
with Mm. W. Leslie Smith.
3:00 P. M.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mm. John E.
3:80 P. M.?Presbyterian Juniors
meet with Mrs. J. C. Corbett
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2:30 P. M.?Executive Board meet
ing, P. T. A.
3:00 P. M.?Parent-Teacher Asso
7:80 P. M.?Masons.
8:30 P. M.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Tommy S.
7:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
10:00 A. M.?Bird CJub,
9:00 P. M ?Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bur
geron will entertain the Redmon
Dupree bridal party at a cake cot
Mrs. Frank Davis, Jr., and Mrs.
Marguerite Britt, of Ayden, motored
to Norfolk, Va., Sunday, where they
met Charles Blount Quinerly, Mrs.
Davis' eon, who has been released
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Warrant Officer Ernest N. Pette
way and Mrs. Petteway, who have
been visiting relatives in Washing
ton, D. C., Will spend the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dixon en
route to Kinstan. Mr. Petteway is
on terminal leave.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mozingo
have returned to Snow Hill after a
visit to Mr. and.Mrs. Chas. A. Mozin
go. Mr. Mozingo, released recently
from military service^ will take over
his former position with the J. S.
Hi.rdy Purol firm in Snow Hill.
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Mrs. Cecil T. Johnston returned,
Wednesday, from a visit to relatives
in Orange, Va. She was accompanied
home by her sister, Mrs. Jimmie
Sparks, who will spend several days
with her and with another sister,
Mrs. Archie Jones, of near Farm
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Mrs. Tracy E. Johnson received a
telegram, Sunday, stating that her
mother, Mrs. J. P. Miller, of Wood
ruff, S. a, was seriously ilL Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson left immediately,
Mrs. Johnson remaining St her moth
er's bedside. Late reports state that
Mrs. Miller's condition la unchanged.
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Mr. and Mre-'Paul McDonald, of
Washington, D. 0,, returned today
after spending ten days with their
parents, Mr. and Mre, E. F. Gaynor.
Mr. McDonald, wfcO served *a a Qpi, i
in the Marine Corps Has been reUsee*
ed from service after M months over- i
seas duty at Bougainville, Guam and :
Mr. end Mrs. Cecil 0. W Instead ;
and sons, Cadi, Jr., and Wade Harper, ,
who have been residing at Angler for ,
the peat ?% years, moved here re
cently and are livfa* at present with
Mr. Wbuteed'a parents on East Wil
son street. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnstead
have purchased a lot on East Church
street end are planning to build a
home as soon aa possible. ~
|T. M. MIZELLE SUCCUMBS
TO HEART ATTACK
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Just mm we go to prees we hare a
report of the sudden passing of T^M.
Mizelle, of Ahoekie, father < eur
townsman, T. R, Mizelle. Mr. and
lira. Mizelle left immediately open
receipt of the message, Thpngay.
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The following invitation has been]
received by friends hate this week;
"Mr. and Mrs. Boy Theodore Cox I
"Wrt ?>f ??9WW 0f JW W*We|
Janie Blair, to Mr, Robert Pattenon
Whrises, en Saturday, the twenty
sixth of January, at four o'clock in
the afternoon. Missionary Baptist
Church, Winterville, North Carolina."
FOUNTAIN WEAN'S (JLUB
Fountain?'The January mating of
the $#> wan bald at the
W lw? wCQrgfe t*, jri^rson,
with tfc* maiden*, Mrs, Karl Tm?
After the bwatmaa aaaaion, the
wm tamed over to the pro
Mrs, W. R- Harris, who
(Lovely Parties Compli
ment Miss Dupree;
Miss Cox Honored At
Tea; Clubs Meet
A wedding, characterised by digni
ty ead simplicity, was solemnised at
the Farmvi lie Christian Church, Sou
day afternoon, January 13, at four
odock, when Miae Hildred Norlne
Holloman became the bride of S/Sgt
Joab Pennell Burnette, of the United
States Marine Corps, of Camp Le
jeune. The Her. C. B. Maehborn,
Poetor of the church, officiated to
the double ring ceremony.
Pedestal baskets of white gladioli
and Oregon fern, flanked by floor
standards of cathedral candles, wen
!u*rf ? ? setting for the wedding
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. X. V. i
Jonoe, pianist, and Mrs. Floyd A.
Andrews, soloist, of Xt Olive, ren-f
dared a program of nuptial music. I
Mrs. Jones played "Poem," by Fibich,
"My Heart At fhy Sweet Voice"!
from Samson and- Delilah, "Inter-1
mezzo" from Cavelleria Rusticaua,!
and Schubert's " Serenade." Mrs. I
Andrews sang "I Love You Truly," |
by? Carrie Jacobs-Bond and "Oh. I
Promise Xe," by deKoven. The tra
ditional wedding marches wen used)
and "O Believe Me If All Those En
dearing Young Charms" ami "Drink I
To Me Only With Thine Eyes" wore!
played during the ceremony. Mrs. J
Jones wore a rose drees with a con
trasting bead-trimmed yoke, mid a.
corsage of red roan. Mrs. Andrews
wore a two piece costume suit of gold]
taffeta and a corsage of Talisman)
Hie bride, given in marriage by an
uneleTWilliam A, Pollard, Jr., wore a
wool suit in a pearl gray shade, with
a small black roee-trimmed hat in
spring mode, and black accessories.
Her corsage was of orchids and
Mrp. Robert D. Rouse, Jr., sister |
of the bride, was matron of honor
and her only attendant She wore a
suit of rose dust wool, with a modi*
brown hat and brown accessories.
Her corsage was of Talisman roses.
Cecil Burnette, of Greenville, bro-L
ther of the bridegroom, was best man.
Ushers were Sgt Johnnie Lacott, of
Camp Lejeune, Johnnie Wilkerson,,
Charles J. Ras berry and Jake Joynar.|<
The mother of the bridegroom. Mis. 11
Herbert Hem by Burnetts, of Green
ville, wore a navy blue suit and a cor
sage formed of the florets of white
Immediately after the ceremony,.,
Sgt. and Mrs. Burnette left for ah
wedding trip to unannounced points. I,
Upon their return they will be at L
home at Camp Lejeune.
The hride is the daughter of the],
late Mr. and Mrs. George Holloman.!]
The bridegroom is the son of Xra. h
Herbert Hemby Burnette, of Green
rille, and the l?te Mr. Burnette.
After the rehearsal, Saturday eve
ning, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Rouse,
Sr., entertained the bridal party, id,
stives and out of town friends of the <
wmple at a cake cutting at their
The refreshment table was sprew .
with a lace doth, centered with a |
crystal bowl of pompon chryaanthe- <
mums, narcissus and lace fern and' 1
illuminated by white tapers in cryatal 1
The tiered wedding oakc with ?
miniature bride and bridegroom grac
ing the top, was placed at one end
of the table, and was cut by the
bride, who was assisted In serving
by Mrs. L. E. Flowers. Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Pollard served punch from the
other end of the table. Nuts and
mints ware passed.
The tra3itional nuptial colors of
green and white were used with
pleasing effect in floral decorations
throughout the Rouse home.
Mrs. Burnette has been extended (
numerous pre-nuptial social courtesies
since announcement of her engage
ment in December.
Compliment Miss Dupree
Frances Earlene Dupree, i
daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Frank
Gerald Dupree, Jr., wboee marriage
fee James Walter Redmond, of Mead
viiie, Pp., yiUH take glace Sunday, i
January 80, has been the Inspiration
for igvoly parties during the past
Mrs. Mabrey E. Pollard entertain
ed at a beautiful bridge party, Sat
urday afternoon, m compliment to
Miss Dmngf, who is her niece.
The Pollard home, on Home ave
nue, waa appropriately decorated in
the nuptial colors of green and white :
with chrysanthemums, narcissus, ivy
and fem being used in artistic ar
rangements thrctqgkout The bridge
tables bore appointments in bridal
In the prpgrtosive gamps, Mrs. E.
F. Wilson, Jp, won Ihn high score
award, perfpn?& Miw Francos How
ard retained the floating prize, a
doable deck of Cungnai <
MUa Hiidred Nertne
ceived the consolation, a milk
bonbon dish, -
The honoree waa preeented
laid with refreshment eloths and can
with small arrangements m
I fare. The ices an
further emphasised th
and white color note. .
Guests were invited into the din
in# room for coffee. The table wtt
covered with an imported ckth ani
centered with an arrangement oi
white chrysanthemums and fan
flanked by white tapers in crystal
candelabra. Mn.E S. Coatee post
ed coffee from one end of the table
and the hostess served cheese straws,
mints end waited nuts. '
The buffet bad aa a decoration a
large doll in slipper satin bridal gown
and veil with candlelight illumination.
Sharing with other guests in the
pleasures of the refreshment hour
were; Mrs. Frank Gerald Dupreet Jr.,
mother of the honoree, Mrs. G. P. Bur
geron, Mrs. E. S. Coatee, Mrs. Charles
F. Baucom and Mrs. C. W. Blackwood.
Mrs. Frank ?erald Dupree, Jr., en
tertained at a lovely bingo party,
Monday, evening, in compliment to
her daughter, Frances Earlene. Man
tels of the home were decorated with
lovely arrangements of ivy and trail
ing cedar, and white carnations pre
dominated in the beautiful floral
decorations of the rooms, whan bingo
was played on heart ribaped boards.
After the games, ices and cakes in
the bridal colors and motifs were
The bride-elect was then invited
into the dining room, where she was
presented a shower of miscellaneous
gifts from the guests.
Mrs. R. T. Williams entertained at
bridge, Thursday evening, too late
for this issue, inrcompliment to Miss
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Burgeron, aunt
and uncle of the bride-elect, will en
tertain the Redmond-Dupree bridal
party, eat of town guests and friends
at a cake cutting, Saturday evening,
following the rehearsal.
Miss Cox Honored
Among: the largest and loveliest of
prenuptial social courtesies extended
bride-elects by hostesses here, during:
the winter season, was the tea given,
Tuesday afternoon, by Mrs. Ellen
Lewis Carroll and Miss Elvixa Tyson,
in compliment to Miss Jania Blair
-ox, of Winterville, whose marriage
to Robert Patterson Whelesa, of
Earmville, will take place January
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The D. A. R. Chapter House was
the scene of the" affair and was
decorated throughout in the tradi
nonal nuptial colors of green and
white. The colonial mantles, of the
spacious. reception room, were bank
id with magnolia leaves and bore tall
white candles In crystal holders.
Bowls at whits camellias were heed
n further decoration of the rooms.
Miss Nancy Lewis greeted the
ruests-as they arrived, ,
Mrs. Vernon B. Cox, of Winter
ville, introduced the receiving line
xnnpoeed of the hostesses, Miss Elvira
Tyson and Mrs. Ellen Lewis Carroll,
he honoree, Miss Janie Blair Cox,
*f Winterville, her mother, Mrs. Roy
T. Cox, of Winterville, Mrs. J. M.
Whelaes, Sr., mother of the hride
froom-elect, Mrs. Dixie McLawhorn,
it Winterville, Miss Marlon Lucille
Davla, bride-elect, and Mrs. E. S.
Mrs. Soy Davenport, of Winter
ville, directed the way to the regis
ter, which was presided over by Mrs.
J. M. Paylor and Mrs. B. M. Lewis.
The green and white color scheme
was carried out in effective detail in
he refreshments. The table wad
spread with a handsome lace cloth,
?entered with an arrangement of
white pompon chrysanthemums, snap
dragons, narcissus and \ fern and
lighted by white candles in crystal
candelabra. Mrs. John R. Carroll, of
Winterville, was seated at one end of
he table serving ices in the chosen
solora and Mrs. A. B. Tyson, mother
it one of the hostesses, served deeer
ited cakes from the other end. Mrs.
Eve H. .Tompkins, Ruth Tyson, Ann
Bynum and Gayle Flanagan twisted
in serving nuts, grew and white
Goodbyes were said to Mrs. J. M.
Whelesa, Jr., and Mrs. C. H. Ftana
Around a hundred and fifty guests
:alled during the tea hour,
The literary Ctnb was entertain
ed, Wednesday afternoon, by Mrs. G.
ML HoWen, who acted as hostess for
Mrs. 0. Hubert Joyner, Mrs. Joyner
was reported BA recuperating from .a
recent iUn#aa. Early spring flowers
were used w a setting far the meet-,
In the period devoted to hnMneea,
Miss Tahiti* DeVtaeonti, Community
Christinas Seal chairman, reported
that the sum of fffM.SS was realised
from* the December sale, which top
ped all preceding'aaies here. Miss
DeVisconti also told of the recent
announcement to 4m Woman's Club
of a proposed gift of a memorial
library building by Miae Elisabeth
who i*> member of the Liter
aiso, and of a building Mfr
" vis' sisters, Mr* Charles
Of Wilson, and Mrs. W.
of ftpnvitte, and a bra
tha fact that Japm
i b? permitted to be
ome a military menace.
Following adjournment, a fruit
with cream, fa.
Mrs. Mark E. Dixon vh a gracious
hostess at ths meeting of the Con
tract Club) Tuesday afternoon at her
hem* in which early spring flowers
in shades of yellow were effectively
High score for tha club members
was compiled by Mrs. Z. M. White
hurst, who was awarded table tiles,
id the guest prise, a piece at pot
tery, was woo by Mrs. Frank Davis,
Jr. The consolation, a pie Mid,
to Mrs. Alton W. Bobbitt
Mrs. Gerroll D. Ogiesby
her mother in receiving and in serv
ing a delectable salad course with
Special gueeta wars; Mrs. W. C.
Holston, Mrs. W. M. Willis, Mrs. &
A. Roebuck, Mitt. G. L. Gilchrist, Mrs.
G. Alex Rouses Mrs. Alton W, Bab
bitt Mrs. L. E. Wale ton, Mrs. Frank
Davis, Jr., ami Mrs. Ben L. Lang.
B. & B. Club
Mr*. Prank K. Alton delightfully
entertained the Book and Bridge
Club, Friday afternoon in her home,
which was decorated with foraythia,
narcissus and potted plants.
In the progressive games, Mrs. C,
S. Hotchkiss won the high aoore
award in bridge. The December win
ner! were awarded book prises as
follows! Mrs. Frank K. Allen, first,
"Ship To My Lou" by'William Mar
tin Camp, and Mrs. Lewi! W. Alton,
second, "Ben Hut" by tew Wallace.
. Party sandwiches, asserted pickles,
olives, hot cinnamon rolls and coca
colas were served after play.
Special guests of the hostess were;
Mrs. George M. and Mrs. W. Alex
Allen, Mrs. Ted L. Albritton, and
Mrs. R. E. Pickett,
The January meeting of the Home
Demonstration Club waa held in the
clubhouse with the officers, Mia.
Claude Joyner, president, Mia. J. R.
Lewis, vice president, and Mia. B. M.
Lewis, secretary-treasurer, as graci
Featuring the business session were
plans for the next meeting, to be
held February 13, which will be
supper affair with husbands of Uie
members invited as special guema.
It was decided to invite the Seven
Pines Club to hold a joint meet with
this group at that time. In connec
tion with the Victory Clothing Col
lection, 4m club members volunteered
to make garments as their contribu
Miss Verona Lee Joyner, Pitt's
Home Demonstration Agent, was the
speaker of the afternoon and develop
ed a study of "Growing Food For
Health With Emphasis On Blood
Building," in an impressive manner.
Miss Joyner was assisted by the
hostesses, who prepared and served,
as a practical demonstration of the
speaker's subject, baked omelet with
tomato sauce, LigM-as-a-Feaiher gin
gerbread with cream fluff end cof
During the social period, the mem
bers enjoyed singing favorite songs
in unison, with Mrs. Bennett R.
Fields at the piano.
CARD OF THANKS
We, the family, wish to thank each
and every one who helped us in any
way during the illness and recent
death of husband and father, James
We especially wish to thank the
entire staff of Pitt General Hotpital
of Greenville and the undertaker at
Farmvllle Funeral Home for what
May Gad's richest Uesqngs be be
stowed upon you all forever is our
MRS. JAMES LITTLE, Jr.
I THEATRE J
FARMVILLS, N. C.
WEEK OF JANUARY 19
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