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Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Whitehurat
spent Tuesday in New Bern.'
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Mr. and Mm. M. E. Dixon visited
relatives in New Bern, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy and
sons were Wilson visitors, Saturday.
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Mrs. J. M. Christman, of Kinstou,
visited friends in Farmville, Sunday*
Mrs. M. E. Dixon and Mrs. W. C.
Holston visited relatives in Wilson,
Frank Harper, of Snow Hill, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. W.
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Mrs. R. T. Williams and Mrs. Will
Jones, Jr., spent Wednesday in Rocky
Mm. George V. Monk will leave
Monday for a visit of several days
in New York City.
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Mr. and Mm. W. J. Bundy, of
Greenville, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Bundy.
Mrs. Charles Hussey, of Wilson,
was the house guest of Mrs. M. V.
Jones during the week.
Miss Mary DuPriest, of Jackson
ville, Fla., is spending several days
with Mrs. J. H. Darden.
Mm. C. Hubert Joiner left Sun
day to spend sometime at the Roun
tree Manor, Petersburg, Fla.
Tammy M. Tucker is visiting his
brother, S/Sgt. Wyatt Tucker, at the
Marine Barracks, at Charlotte.
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Mrs. Jimmy Surrett, of New Bern,
spent the week and with her father,
M. E. Dixon and Mm. Dixon.
Miss Gem Easley, student at Peace,
Raleigh, spent the week end with
her mother, Mrs. Cherry Easley.
Mm. Nannie Moye Humphrey, who
suffered a broken ankle in a fall, re
cently, is reported as improving.
" Mrs. M. E. Pollard, Mm. Carl
Blackwood and Mm. Jesse Moye
were Wilson visitors, Wednesday.
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Mm. Jane Emery has returned to
her home in Durham after a two
week's visit to Mm. J. T. Bundy.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Williams
and children will visit relatives in
Norfolk, Va., during the week end.
W. E. Joyner and Herman Baker
attended the Shriners Convention in
New Bern, Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. George V. Monk and
children, Diana and George, will
spend the week end with friends in
Mrs. R. A. Parker and family mov
ed Tuesday, into the Rountree home,
on Walnut street, purchased recently
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Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell, Jr., and
daughter, Madeline Harrison, have
returned from a visit to relatives in
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Miss Novella Horton Capps, of
Washington, D. C., arrives today for
a visit to her grandmother, Mrs.
Dora H. Keel.
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Lt. Robert Rouse, who has been
visiting relatives here, left Thursday
to return to his duties at the Charles
ton Navy Yard.
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Mrs. James Coughlin, of Detroit,
Mich., is expected to arrive Monday
for a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley R. Willis.
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Mrs. Roy Carraway and children,
Donnie and Peggy, of Newport News,
Va~, are visiting Mrs. Carta way's
mother, Mrs. Clyde Brooks.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith and
children, Sandra and W. P. Jr., of
Kinston, spent the week end .with
Mrs. J. B. Taylor and family.
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Mrs. Cherry Easley and daughter,
Miss Gen, student at Peace, Raleigh,
visited Mrs. Easley's sister, Mrs.
F. H. Davis, in Tarboro, Sunday.
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Friends will be glad to learn that
B. M. Lewis, who has bean ill for
the past two weeks with
and pleurisy, is reported as net
H. & Hatem
the Capri?-Karen -
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in New Bern, Sunday
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Monday, Jmurjr 28
8:80 P. M.?Garden Club meets
with Kn. R W. Rader, hostess,
at the home of Mrs. Frank K.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club.
7:30 P. M.?Group 1, Christian
Woman's Council meets with
Mrs. Z. M. Whitehurst.
7:30 P. M.?Group 4, Christian
Woman's Council meets with
Mrs. Lee Corbett
8:00 P. M.?Group 8, Christian
Woman's Council meets with
Mrs. Ernest Russell.
10:80 A. M.?Ladies of the Farm
ville and Ballard's Presbyterian
Auxiliaries will attend a meeting
and luncheon at the home of
Mm. J. M. Hobgood.
6:30 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:30 P. M.?Executive Committee
meeting, Baptist Woman's Mis
sionary Society, meets in the
home of Mrs. H. D. Johnson.
7:30 P. M.?Group 2, Christian
Woman's Council meets at the
'home of Mrs. L. L. Hardy in
1:00 P. M ?Mrs. Wesley R Willis
will entertain at a bridge lunch
eon at the D. A. R Chapter
House, in compliment to her
daughter, Mrs. James Coughlin,
of Detroit, Mich., recent bride,
and Miss Evelyn Webb, of .Pine
3:30 P. M.?Girl Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?-Masons.
9:00 P. M.?March of Dimes Ball,
Country Club, sponsored by the
Junior Woman's Club.
Friday, Feb. 1
3:00 P. M.?Lamrad Club meets
with Mrs. Ted L. Albritton.
3:30 P. M. ? Rebecca Winbourne
Chapter, U. D. C., meets with
Mrs. Carl Tyson.
:00 P. M.?American Legion.
:00 "P; M.?Boy Scouts.
:30 P. M.?Order of the Eastern
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
4:00 P. M.?The wedding of Miss
Janie Blair Cox, of Winterville, to
Robert Patterson Wheless will
take place in the Winterville Bap
tist Church. ^
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mashburn
spent several days of this week in
Durham. Rev. Mr. Mashburn under
went examinations and treatments at
Duke Hospital while there.
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Mr. and Mrs: Walter M. Redmond
and daughter, Miss Doris, of Mead
ville, Pa, returned, Monday, after
spending the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank G. Dupree, Jr.
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Carol Modi in spent several days
this week, visiting his brothers, Earle
Modlin and Mrs. Modlin in Ports
mouth, Va., and Cecil Modlin and
Mrs. Modlin in Petersburg, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith returned
Thursday from a visit of several
days to J. B. Taylor, who Is receiving
treatment in the Veterans Hospital
in Roanoke, Va. Mr. Taylor's con
dition is reported as slightly improv-1
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Carol Ann Pitt, of Pinetops, while
visiting her stmt, Mrs. B. O. Taylor,
sustained a broken arm #njn> a fall,
while skating, FridajT' Carol Ann
returned to her home, Tuesday, and
reports state that the arm is mend
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Graham Mc-J
Adams returned to Washington, D.
C., Sunday, after a visit to Mr. Mc
Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
McAdamg. Their daughter, An
nette, who has been spending some
time with her grandparents, returned
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Miss Adelaide Dail, Miss Frances
Howard and Miss Lucille Davis visit
ed Miss Dail's mother, Mrs. Laaye
Dail, who is undergoing treatment in
Park View Hospital, Rocky Mount,
Saturday, Miss Dail remaining for a
week end visit with her sister, Mrs.
Pfc. T. E. Drake, Jr., of Cherry
Coffeyville, Kan,, en routs
rlougfc visit to New York
City and Miami, was the Bund
of Miss Tabithal
visitor to Farmville|
will receive his di
Jan. 26, after serving In the|
for 4 yam
Pfc. Raymond Arlington and Mn.
Arlington and mi, and W. P. Col
lia, of South Hill, Vo., and, Miss
Rubye Paachall, of Richmond, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mis. Edgar
Mr. and Mm. Bill Gamer and Miss
Margaret Smith retuzned Wednes
day, from New York, whore they at1
tended the Furniture Shows. They
were on the Chicago furniture mar
ket last week.
CLUBS AND PARTIES
Junior Woman's Club
Mrs. Frank K. Allen was hostess
to the Junior Woman's Club and ad
ditional guest, Mrs. George Allen/ on
Tuesday afternoon. Ivy and green
ery was used in pleasing decoration
for the meeting.
During the business session, over
which Mrs. R. T. Williams, the presi
dent, presided, plans were discussed
for the sponsoring of a bridge tourna
ment in February, and final plans
were made for the President's Ball,
which will be given Jan. SI, at the
Country dub, under the auspices of
the club. Also, discussed at this
meeting was the tentative dance that
will be sponsored* by the club and
directed by the Girl Scouts, the pur
pose ot which will be to give the
girls experience in planning and ex
Mrs. Jesse Moye gave a report
taken from the North Carolina dub
woman publication, choosing as her
subject, the character, Mrs. dement
Attlee, wife of the Prime Minister
of Great Britain.
At the close of the meeting the
hostess served delicious pineapple-ice
box dessert, sandwiches, pickles and
Mrs. J. W. Parker was gracious
hostess to the Merry Matrons and
visitors, Mrs. E. R. degg, Mrs. J. H.
Darden, Mrs. Cherry Easley, and Mrs.
Charles Hussey, of Wilson, guest of
Mrs. M. V. Jones.
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, vice president,
presided in the absence of the presi
dent, Mrs. R. A. Fields.
Officers who will serve in the cur
rent year are as follows; President,
Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt; Vice President,
Mis. J. M. Hobgood; Secretary, pro
tern, Mrs. John T. Thome, and Treas
urer, Mrs. A. C. Monk, Sr.
Mrs. Cherry Easley gave a com
prehensive study of the life of Mad
ame Ernestine Schumann-Heinle, in
the absence of the program chair
man, Mrs. B. O. Turn age. Mrs. Eas
ley interestingly told of the great
heights of accomplishments and the
great despair, that Madame Schu
mann-Heinle, experienced in her life,
and quoted in her closing remarks,
Schumann-Heink's own summation,
"It's a long, long trail?a long way
I've come, a rough way in many
places, but it has been a wonderful
life, and I wouldn't have missed it,
or 'changed it for any other, for I've
learned something in these starving,
working, bitter and golden years . . .
and I've come at labt* to the top of'
the little tree I planted years ago."
The hostess served delectable heav
enly hash followed by demi-tasse,
bird nest cookies, sand tarts, salted
nuts, and mints.
New Deal Club
Mrs. W. Leslie Smith was gracious
hostess to mOfhbers of the New Deal
Club and additional guests, Mrs. Pat
Ruffin and Mrs. Wesley R. Willis,
on Wednesday afternoon. The Smith
home, on Church street, was pleas
ingly decorated with arrangements of
rases, chrysanthemums and potted
High score prize for clubmembera,
dusting powder, was awarded Mrs.
S. A. Roebuck, and Mrs. Wesley R.
Willis won the guest prize, e crystal
ash tray. The consolation, perfumed
cigarette matches, went to Mrs. Pat
At the close of the progressive
games, the hostess served a delecta
ble pear salad, sandwiches, cookies
Wednesday Afternoon Club
Mrs. John E. King delightfully en
tertained the Wednesday Afternoon
Club' this week with Mrs. M. V. Hor
ton and Mrs. Edison Moor* attending
as special guests.
Hawthorne, in pleasing
merits, and potted greenery made a
lovely setting for the tables in play.
Mn. A. C. Monk, Jr., waa
the top score prize, a leather coin
purse, and high score award for visi
tors, Hi-Jacs, waa won by Mis- M. V.
A salad plate with coffee was serv
ed when cards were laid aside.
Mrs. W. Ale* Alton was gracious
hofttess to the Lamrad Club and ad
ditional guests, Mm Walter Jones,
Mrs. R. T. Williams, Mm. T. S. Ryon,
Mm. C. S.
Frances E. Dupree Is Bride
Of James Walter Redmond
Double Ring Ceremony
Units Couple In Early
In early afternoon rites, character
ised by dignity and simplicity, Miss
Prances Earlene Dupree, of Oak
Ridge, Temu, daughter of Mr. and
Mr?. Frank Gerald Dupree, Jr., and
James Walter Redmond, of Oak
Ridge, Tesm., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter M. Redmond, of Meadville,
Pa., were united in marriage in a
double ring ceremony on Sunday,
January <?0, in Fumville's Presby
terian Church. Officiating minister
was the pastor, -the Rev. Edwin S.
The Church was decorated with
floor baskets of white gladioli, pom
pon chrysanthemums and lace fern,
interspersed with fern-twined floor
etendards of cathedral candles.
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. J. M.
Hobgood, pianist, rendered a program
of nuptial music, consisting of "Ro
mance," by Ruberstein, Opus 24, by
Schumann, "Elegy" by Maasaret and
"Confidence" by Mendelssohn. Dur
ing the ceremony "Love Song" from
Faust was softly played and the
traditional wedding marches were
used. Mrs. Hobgood wore a black
velvet gown and a corsage of talis
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, won a wedding gown of
satin with a sweetheart neckline, seed
pearl trimmed. A fitted bodidfe,
which fastened down the Iprnk with
tiny self-covered buttons, had full
sleeves fitted from the elbows and
ending in a point over the hands.
Her full skirt had a train. Her veil
of illusion fell Horn a coronet of
orange blossoms and extended the
length of the train. She won a
string of pearls, a gift of the bride
groom. Her bouquet, of bride's roses
and pompon chrysanthemums, was
contend with a purple-throated or
chid and showered with satin ribbon.
Mn. Frank Titus Carr, of Ayden,
was her sister's matron of honor and
only attendant. She won a dress of
heavenly blue marquisette over satin,
made with a shirred bodice and a
sweetheart neckline, puffed sleeves
and a long full skirt. Her headdress
was of matching maline.- She carried
an am bouquet of pink rosea and
carnations tied with pink ribbon.
The best man was Frank Titus ,
Carr. Ushers wen Frank Gerald ?
Dupree, III, brother of the bride, D.!
Emerson Smith,. Robert P. Pierce!
and Carol W. Modlin.
The mother of the bride won a
brown crepe dress and a corsage of |
Talisman roses. "The mother of the
bridegroom'won a black cnpe dress,
sequin trimmed,' and her flowers
wen red rosee.
The bride, a young woman of
charming personality, is an alumna
of Georgia State Teachers College,
Milledgeville, G&. After graduation
in 1942, she taught in the Atlanta
city- schools, but for the past year
and a half has been connected with
the Welfare and Social Service office
at Oak Ridge, Term.
The bridegroom, a . graduate of
electrical and - chemical engineering
at Pennsylvania State College, has
been associated for the past three
years with the Clinton Engineering
plant, at' Oak Ridge, Teniu
Following the ceremony, the -pa
rents of the bride entertained the
bridal party, members of the families
and out of town guests at a buffet
Mrs. Redmond has been the inspira
tion for a number of lovely pranup
tial courtesies since announcement of
her engagement in Deoember.
Thursday evening, preceding the
wedding, Mrs. R. T. Williams charm
ingly entertained at a dessert-bridge
party honoring the bride-elect.
Refreshment tables were laid with
bridal appointments in a setting of
shite pompon chrysanthemums, glad
ioli and white tapers, which effec
tively carried the traditional nuptial
colors of green and white. A minia
ture bridal scene decorated the mantel.
Fruit gelatine, topped with cream,
cakes iced is valley lily motif, mints,
nuts and coffee were served after the
gueeta had arrived by the hostess,
assisted by Miss Ruth Smith.
In the progressive contract games,
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver compiled high
score and waa awarded a set of In
dividual refreshment tmys; lbs. Al
lan Drake retained the floating prize,
floral notettee, and Miss Jsnie Blair
Cox, of Winterville, received the con
solation, bridge ash trays.
The honoree waa presented'rl^aa
in her chosen pattern by the hostess,
who remembered also Miss Cox, bride
elect, with silver; Miss Marian Lucille
by Mrs. Charles P. Baucom in serv
ing the wedding cake. Mrs. Mabrey
E. Pollard, aunt of the bride-elect,
served bridal ices from the other end
of the table. Serving mints and salt
ed nuts were Mrs. Virginia B. Hower
ton and Miss Hazel Taylor.
-7 Attend Wedding
Among out of town relatives and
friends attending the Redmond-Du
wedding, Sunday, were; Mr. and
Mis. Walter M. Redmond and Miss
Doris Redmond, at Meadville, l'a.,
Mr. end Mrs. A. C. and Miss Ann
Tadlock, and Mrs. Mary Belle Ethe
ridge, at Greenville, and Miss Anna
Little, of Falkland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Munden an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Miriam Elsie, born Friday, January
18, at the Woodand-Herrfng Hospital,
Young ladies from Farmville, Ral
eigh, Wilson and Kins ton attended a
formal dance given at the Seymour
Johnson Service Center, Goldsboro,
for enlisted personnel, on Monday
evening of this week. Mrs. G. M.
Shirley and Mrs. B. J. Skinner chap
eroned the local group.
ATTEND GREENVILLE MEETING
Mrs. B. Streeter Sheppard, Mrs.
John T. Thome, Mrs. Ernest Barrett,
Miss Betty Joyner and Miss Tabitha
DeVisconti, members of the Farm
ville Garden Club attended a special
meeting of the Greenville Garden
Club, which met at E. C. T. C., in
Greenville on Friday. A Bed Cross
Nutrition exhibit was displayed and
the slides in natural color, entitled,
"Highway Beautiflcatiun" were
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
Ws wish to eat press our sincere
appreciation for the many acts of
kindness and expressions of sympatny
extended us in the loss of our fath
er, T. M. Mizelle.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mixelle.
Dr. W. N. Thomas of Oxford, N.
C., has entered the beef cattle bad
ness on a commercial scale and has a
fine hetd of Hereford*.
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