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in Snow Hill.
Miss Virginia Spill i? visiting
friends in Rochestnr, N. Y.
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Mrs. H. D. Johnson l? confined to
her home on account of illness.
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Mrs. Paari Pargis, of Norfolk, V*.,
is visiting friends here this west
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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wsrrsn, of
Speed, visited relatives here, Sunday.
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Homer Spell left Thursday to at
tend Mardi Graa in New Orleans, La.
Miss Agnes Melton was at home
from Campbell College for the week
Dr. and Mm. M. J. Gregg and cMl
dren stfent Sunday afternoon m Km
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Miss Doris King, of E. C. T. C., was
the week ?d gnest of Mrs. O. G.
George Robert Smith, Jr., S 2/c,
at Camp Peary, Va, was at home last
week end. - i
Mia R. T. Williams and Mrs. C. S.
Hotchkiss were Goldsboro visitors,
Mr. and Mrs. James Lang left
?t?. ana nn. "?c
Wednesday for a week's stay in New
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Mrs. G. M. Holden visited her sis
ter, Mrs., J. W. Dixon, in Raleigh
last week end. s
Mrs. Willoughby of Rocky
Mount is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. M. Smith.
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Mrs. Nome Barrett and Mrs. S. G.
Gardner spent Sunday with relatives j
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Mrs. J. W. Joyner is receiving
treatment at Woodard-Herring hos-j
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William(Duck)Drske, of Cartilage,
Term., visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. j
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Manning and
son visited Mrs. Manning's parents,
in Clinton, Sunday.
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Mrs. Leland Day, of Morehead City,
was a guest of Mrs. E. L. Barrett,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thompson and
family, of Wilson, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mizelle.
Mrs. Leroy Parker and son, Roland,
rf Rocky Mount, visited relatives j
friends here, Wednesday.
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Mr. and Mrs- Ray Smith and son,
Donald, of Washington, D. C., visit
id relatives here last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J* Mann, of
Joneeboro, are spending the week end |
-with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Melton.
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Bud Dixon of Wilson and Jackson
ville visited Mr. and Mrs. John D.
)ixon for a short while, Monday.
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Mrs. Wilmot H. Owens, of Rocky
Kount, was the overnight guest of
l|rs. George V. Monk, Wednesday. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hart and
Mrs. J. W. Parker spent Sunday in
Mount Olive with Rev. and Mrs. M. j
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Mrs. Melton Allen, Mrs. Paul Allen,
Jr., Mrs. J. C. Brock, Jr., and Mrs.
Jimmie Lewis were Kinston visitors j
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Mrs. Paul V. McDonald, of Wash-1
ington, D. C., spent the week end I
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. |
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Mr. and Mrs. Knott Proctor and
daughter, Hannah, of Greenville,
visited Mrs. Louise Harris, Sunday |
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Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Harrington and
son John Milton, of Greenville, spent
the'week nod with Mr. and Mrs. G.|
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Flora Dean Johnson, Jane
Turnage and Margaret Bynum, stu
dents at Louisburg College were at
home last week end.
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Dr. andHra. M. J. Gregg and fam
ily hare decided to remain in Farm
vUle. Dr. Gregg will resume his
practice on March 10.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Corbett, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Corbett and Ashley
Corbett visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Cobb, at Ballaitfs, Sunday.
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Mrs. D. E. Gmrganus will return to
Norfolk, Vs., today, following a visit
at several days with her brother, E.
F. Gaynor, and Mrs. Gaynor.
Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Jr., and son, Edward, spent
?-* in Raleigh with their umcnwr,
trtn abivlanf ah- UmhwJUIi ^ "
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Mv, Much 4
I AX) P. M.?Episcopal Auxiliary
math with Mrs. R. S. Scott M
3:00 P. M. ? Woman's Council
moots in the Christian Church.
S:M P. M.?Woman's Society of
Christian Service meets hi the
8:30 P. M.?Woman's Missionary
Society meeta in the Baptist
1:80 P. M.?Circle 1, Presbyterian
Auxiliary, meets with Mrs. G.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club.
7:30 P. M. ? Worker's Council,
Methodist meets with Mrs. Cur
8:00 P. M.?Circle 2, Presbyterian
Auxiliary, meets with Miss Edna
Robinson in the home of -Mrs.
J. I. Morgan.
3:00 P. M.?Contract Club meeta
with Mrs. Marvin Jones.
6:30 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M. ? Woodmen of the
8:00 P. M.?Junior Woman's Club
meets with Mrs. Sam Lewis and
Mrs. John Mowborn.
8.-00 P. M.?Annie Perkins Circle,
Baptist, meets in the Assembly
Room of the church with Mrs.
C. L. Lsngley as hostess.
3:46 P. M.?Literary Club meets
with Miss Elisabeth Davis.
3:30 P. M.?Girt Scouts.
7:00 P. M.?Junior Order.
' Friday, 8
3:30 P. M.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Walter Jones.
7:80 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
10:00 A, M.?Bird Club.
3:30 to 6:00 P. M.?Mrs. Alex Allen,
Mrs. Frank Allen and Mrs. Lewis
Allen entertain at ten at the DAR
Chapter House, honoring Mrs.
George Allen. ?
Miss Hazel Spell and Mies Shirley
Isteg&ll, of Durham, and Mrs. Kath
lerme .dark, of Mount Olive, spent
I the week end with Mr. and Mrs. O. G.
I Spell, Sr.
Mrs. Joah W. Munden and daughter,
jBettie Jane, Miss Mary Barrow and
?Mrs. Ed Nash Warren visited Mrs.
I A. P. Hammond, Jr., in LaGrange,
Mrs. J. A. Viverette, of Battleboro,
I visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nash Warren,
J Wednesday. Mrs. J. E. Warren ac
companied her here and remained
Ifor a further visit.
Josh Turaage whp has been receiv
ing treatment at Duke Hospital, Dur
han^for the past two months, is
In?w recuperating at the home of his
I brother, L. E. Turnage.
Ben Gardner, Jr., has accepted _
I position with the Town of Parmville?
as Street Superintendent and Equip
I rnent Operator. He was formerly i
I ployed at Pender's Store, here.
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Mrs. Jack Lewis continues her; visit
with her mother, Mrs. N. H. White
hurst, who has been ill at tier
I in Greenville. We are glad to r_
I that die is somewhat improved.
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Staff Sgt. Lester E. Turnage, Jr.j
who arrived in the States recent!}
from the South Pacific arse, reach
Fort Bragg, Monday. He expects
be discharged sometime this week.
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Sgt. James R. Lowry, of
Mass., and Pfc. Carlos Patterson,
Huntsville, Ala., who are stationed
Cherry Point, were guests of
Tabitha M. DeVisccmti during
Mi*. Buasell Carraway, the fo_
tisa Frances Virginia Cobb, has
ed her husband in Petersburg, Va
aud i# residing at 306 Wythe St
Carraway is attendfcig Q. M.
I at CampLee, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Pollard
everal days of this week in Roi_~.
Va, where Mr. Pollard attended s
Frd COnaection' '
he is a member.
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A large number of Farmville fa
re attending gamee of the i
Inual Southern Conference &
. In (he progressive contract games
played at two table* by "screamlined
ruka," la the evening, prizes of for
mal pastel postals were won by Mrs.
Robert D. Rouse and Mrs. Alton W.
Bobbitt Tellies were in the spring
me mode and packets of flower
eds were given as favors.
Club members in attendance were
Mrs. Alton W. Bobbitt, Mrs. Frank
Davis, Jr.. Mrs. L. E. Waist on, Mrs.
Henrietta M. Williamson, Mrs. Robert
D. Rouse, Mrs. S. A. Roebuck, Mrs.
P. E. Jones snd Mrs. W. Leslie Smith.
B AND B CLUB
Mrs. James Lang entertained the
Book and Bridge Club, and special
guests, Mrs. Neal Howard, Mrs. Ted
Albritton, Mrs. R. V. Flser and Mrs.
R. C. Copenhaver at a delightful
afternoon of bridge Friday.
Mrs. Frank Allen compiled top
score for the three progressions. The
books, "The Friendly Persuasion," by
Jeesamyn West, and "The Egoist," by
George Meredith, were awarded Mrs.
C. S. Hotchkiss and Mrs. T. S. Ryon,
first and second high score winners
for the month.
The patriotic motif, in observance
of Washington's birthday, waa er
phasisod in the floral arrangements
of flowering quince end japonicaa,
and in the refreshment plate. Ooca
colas were served with mince meet
delicacies mod other party knick
knacks. Open-ipced sandwiches were
decorated to form cherry bunches.
GARDEN CLUB HEARS
The Garden Club held its February
meeting on Monday afternoon with
Mrs. J. W. Holmes as gracious
The president, Miss Tabitha M.
DeVisconti, presided and gave a re
port on Garden Pilgrimages. The
program was presented by Mrs. B.
Streeter Sheppaad whose subject -was
Vegetable Production. She stressed
proper tools and properly prepared
soil before planting good seed or
plants, also proper cultivation, tail
ing when and what to plant and urg
ing canning or freezing of the sur
Speaking of gardening as a help
for wounded Veterans she quoted
Raymond Clapper, foreign corre
spondent who was killed in the South
Pacific, "But it is gardening that
seems most of all to heal the sold.''
In a round table discussion, mem
bers talked of annuale, insects,
spraying, and what plants to fertilise
Jonquils and sprays of flowering
quince were in lovely arrangement
throughout the home and in the social
period, cherry pies topped with cream,
salted nuts and coffee were served.
RECENT BRIDES FETED
Mn. Elbert C. Holmes charmingly
entertained the Emily B. Holmes S.
S. Class at its February meeting on
Tuesday evening, at which time Hie
class honored Mrs. Robert P. Who
le ss and His. Carol W. Modlm. Flow
ering quince was used in decorating
An entertainment program was led
by Hi*. Albert Lewis, after which the
hostess served chicken salad and
tomato aspic molded in graduated
heart shapes, potato chips, cookies
Mrs. Wheleas was presented a
shower of handkerchiefs which, fur
ther emphasising the heart theme
of the evening, were beautifully ar
ranged as a large heart nosegay.
Mrs. Modi in was remembered with a
gift of silver in her pattern. .
Additional guests of Hie hostess in
cluded Mrs. Bill Gamer, Mrs. Roderick
Harris, Mrs. E. W. Holmes, Mrs. Red
Newton, Jr., Miss Louise Fsrrior,
and Mxs.~Leiaad Day of Morehead
The Loyal Woman's Class of the
Christian Church enjoyed a social
meeting ah the home of Mrs. Louise
Harris, Friday evening.
Mi*. Lester Tuntage led the de
votional. In her remarks she spoke
of George Washington as a great
churchman as well as a leader of his
country. Mrs. C. L. Ivey conducted
s Bible quia.
Ice cream, aalted nuts and sand
tarts were served. Cherry candiee
note to the refreah
Xing, of Leuisburg,
riage of her sister,
of Glenn Dale, MA, to
I the commercial exploitatio^*!*8
various countries and m a conse
\wmn tfceTifrican has become a
"?WgpEW. la Ua own land."
? Mr>- Jsm?s Lang:, president, pre
sided over the meeting. Mrs. W. R.
Ipleted. The Auxiliary is in charm of
this observance to be held March 8,
in the Baptist Chunk
After adjournment the hostess,
Mm T, 8. Ryon, served lemon bisque,
j coffee and nutc
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The Episcopal Altar Guild began a
evening, when Mis. W. R. Burnette
^*}ina^Jhe opening chapter of the
book, "The Episcopal Chord* Its
^?ctrfal8' Ministry, Discipline, Wor
ar1 sm?^" by g~?
Hie Directress, Mrs. John D. Dixon,
presided and appointed as a nominat
ing committee, Mm Burnette. chair
man. Mm Will Jcsm, Jr., Mm T. S.
Kyun. The Guild made plans to buy
an Altar Curiam. I
la the social period, the hostess,
S, Scott, served chocolate
*"~1 ?q>/eakea and coffee.
AT PARTIES TUESDAY
.. j?f* Nancy Lu Moore observed her
ttfrteenth birthday. Tuesday, at a
party, having as guests Misses
R*y Hathaway, Gayie Cheek Ik?
gan, Ruth Tyson and Ann Bynum.
*** and color
?o^ie beautifully decorated the table
wWch was covered with s lace doth
?nd centered by a floral arrange,
raeufe Place cards wen attached to
party nut cups.
^ W" H- M?w, Jr., mother of
the henoree, served a fried ddeken
menu followed by a dessert course,
,lices of tbe lighted
Mr"^ u"*? daufrhter of
^"f1 ** W. E. Forbes, also cele
bmtrf a birthday, her tenth, on Feb
ruary 26, when twenty young friends
f0r m afterno<m Party.
Rifts. 7h? lighted Birthday Cake dec
orate in pink and green and
y tall green tapers, centered the
dinmg'-room table from whidl ^
??. em*m and nut. were
Pvt Harold (Tony) W. Melton is
at home having received his discharge
at Fort Meade, Md., on Feb. 27, fol
lowing two years in the service, five
mouths of which he served as a
rifleman in the European theater.
While there he was awarded the Pur
ple Heart for wotnds received in
combat against the enemy, and the
European campaign, ribbon with two
He returned to the States in Feb
ruary of 1946. For the past six
months he has been employed in Of
ficer's Quarters, at Camp Lee, Va. -
It fore entering the service Pvt.
Melton was employed by Williams'
Grocery and Market, her*.. ?
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