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Mrs. R. T. Williams waa a Raleigh
W. A. MeAdams made a business
trip to Raleigh, Thursday. *
Miss Peggy and Walter, Jr.,
gess spent the week end in Tarboro.
Mrs. W. J. Raaberry leaves today
for a week end visit in Raleigh and
Gary. ? ? ?
Harold Rouse, student at Oak
Ridge, will spend the week end at
Mrs. Jack Horton and son, Loyd,
of Greenville, visited relatives here,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carr and Miss
Harriet Carr were Wilson visitors,
Mrs. M. E. Dixon who has been on
the sick list this week is reported
Cpl. Allen Moore Harris is expect
ed to arrive in the States sometime
Howard Harris spent several days
of this week in Philadelphia, Pa., on
Mr. and ? Mrs. Irvin Morgan and
daughters, visited in Wilson, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Oglesby, of
Kins ton, visited relatives and friends
Miss Mary Elizabeth Carr, student
at Louisburg College, was at home
last week end.
Friends will regret to learn that
B. R. Collins is ill at his home cm
J. H. Smith and family of Kinston
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Jones.
Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner .and Mrs.
H. Neal Howard were Tarboro visi
Mrs. T. E. Hooker, of Greenville,
was the guest of Miss Tabitha M.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burgess and
son, John Lee, visited friends in New
port News, Va., Sunday.
Cpl. Jack Paylor arrived in the
States Sunday night and is expected
home during the week end.
Dan Morgan, student at Darling
ton School, Rome, Ga., spent the
week end at his home, here.
Miss Babs Williforri and Bobbie
Russell visited relatives and friends
in Stantonsburg, last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas^ Ihimphrey, of
Forrestville, Md., spent the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr.
Miss Margaret Lee Jordon of W.
C. U. N. C., Greensboro, spent last
Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Teta
Charles Parker, student at Darl
ington School, Rome, Ga., spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mozingo, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Mozingo and son
visited relatives m Norfolk, Va., last
Mrs. W. Harvey Allen and Mrs.
Leon Smith of Greenville spent
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. J. W. Joyner, who is improv
ing following treatment in a Wilson
hospital, is expected home 'during
the week end.
Pfc. Willis P. Odom, who has been
spending a ninety day furleugh with
his family here, will leave March 11*,
to report at Fort Bragg.
Mrs. Annie Rigsby, Mrs. M. V.
Jones and Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner
were Ifincheon guests of Mrs. Walter
Jones, in Kins ton, Friday.
Ensign W. A. Carr returned to his
ship at Norfolk, Va., Sunday, after
spending several days with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carr. ,
Mrs. J. D. Owens and daughter,
Miss Neva Owens, spent Sunday in
Greenville .with Mr. and Mrs. Tab
Skinner. Mr: Skinner seems to be
Mrs. John T. Thome, Mrs. S. G.
Gardner, Mrs. wLouise Harris and
Mrs. T. W. Lang attended a meeting
of the Greenville Garden Club on
Carroll D. Ogiesby has recently ac:
cepted a traveling position with
Thornton Sales Service Co., in
Greensboro. Mr. Ogiesby will have
W. R. Bumette who underwent an
appendectomy at Carolina General
Hospital, Wilson, Friday of last
week, is recuperating nicely and ex
pected home tomorrow.
Little Miss Annette McAdams is
spending some time with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mc
Adams, while her mother, Mrs. Gra
ham McAdams of Washington, D.
C., is visiting in Florida.
Mrs. D. S. Morrill, who is a pa
tient at Duke Hospital, Durham, is
and will return home
Polly C. Bunr'r has
her mother. Mrs. a
Maife;, Hank 11
3:30 P. M.?Episcopal Auxiliary
meets with Mrs. John 1). Dixon.
3:30 P. M.?Circle 4, Methodist
Woman's Society, meets with
Mas. C. H. Mostago. Mil Leon
little is joint hostess.
3:30 P. M.?Presbyterian Auxiliary
meets with Mrs. J. M. Hobgood.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club.
3:00 P. M.?Wesleyan Guild, Meth
odist, meets with Miss Bettie
Joyner, at the home of Mrs. 3.
3:00 P. M.?Ballard's Home Dem
onstration Club meets with Mrs.
J. D. Jones.
1:45 P. M.?Merry Matrons meet
in the home of Mrs. G. M. Hold
en, with Mrs. A. C. Monk as
6:30 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M. ? Woodmen of the
8:00 P. M.?Mrs. L. P. Odom will
entertain at a linen shower hon
oring Pfc. and Mrs. Willis P.
8:30 P. M.?Altar Guild, Episco
pal, meets with Miss Margaret
Wednesday, 13 ,
3:00 P. M.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Miss Elizabeth
3:15 P. fi.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. S. A. Roebuck.
3:00 P. M.?Farmville Home.Dem
3:30 R M.?Girl Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?Farmville 4-H Club.
7:30 P. M.?Masons.
7:30 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?Order of the Eastern
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
8:00 P. M.?Supper Club, at the
:30 P. M.?World Day of Prayer
Service at the Baptist Church.
1:00 P. M. ? Country Club Supper
for members and their families. A
brief discussion of recreational
activities of the Club will be held.
1:0Q P. M.?Mrs. R. E. Pickett- will
entertain in honor of Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifton and
Miss Sue Sutton of Kins ton were
veek end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrq. \Frank Dnpree, Jr:,
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Bergeron, Mrs.
if. E. Pollard and Miss Minnie Ov^r
;treet attended the funeral of Mrs.
I'. S. Pender, in Whitakers, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Marsh, Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Collins and Mrs.E. E. Jor
ion, of Wilmington, spent last week
:nd with Mrs. Leta Bray and B. R.
Collins. Mrs. Bray and Mr. and Mrs.
Marsh visited their brother who is
:ritically ill at Edgecombe T. B. San
Mrs. T. G Turaage, Mrs. John 0.
Pollard and Mrs. G S. Eagles are at
tending the D. A. R. State Conven
tion in Charlotte.this week. During
their stay they will visit Mrs. Tum
age's daughter, Mrs. Archie McLean
and Mrs. Eagle? daughter, Mrs.
Bene Handison, in Charlotte, and
Mrs. Pollard's son. Bill, student at
Davidson College. They are expect
jd to return home, Saturday.
The following invitation has been
issued to friends throughout the
State: "Dr. and Mrs. William Ander
son Marlowe request the honor of
your presence at the marriage of
their daughter, J&nie Eagles, to Mr.
Thomas Vincent Heard, III, on Sat
urday evening, the sixteenth of
March, at eight o'clock, Christian
Church, Walstonburg, North Caro
Special Lenten services, to which
the entire community is cordially in
vited; will be held in the Episcopal
Church each Wednesday evening dur
ing the Lenten naaarwi, at 8:00 o'clock,
with the rector, Rev. J. R. Rovjiitree,
The Woman's Auxiliary will hold
a' Lenten study meeting each Monday
afternoon, at 8:80 o'clock, through
out this penitential season.
Mrs. Roger M. Collins of
the marriage of
r, Jean, to T/Sgt Wil
S. Russell, U. S. Army, which
solemnised, February 16, in
Elisabeth Davis was m graci
to The Literary Club on
Wedpeedsy afternoon. Spring flow
fen wen tfeed in decorating the home.
After a brief business period with
|Mrs. W. M. Willis, president, presid
ing, the meeting was turned over to
Mrs. J. I. Morgan, program chairman
for the afternoon. Mrs. Morgan gave
an interesting and informative talk
on "The Far East Colonies or
States?" basing her remarks on Hal
lett Abend's book, Pacific Charter,
and supplementing this-with current
conditions, status sad attitudes.
Mrs. Morgan called specific atten
tion to Abend's plea?"Do not give
Japan a soft peace?apply the knife,"
and briefly summarised the shearing
that has been dome. She also remark
ed on the quiet and efficient wag
General Mac Arthur has accomplish
ed this. After adjournment Mrs. M.
V. Jones delightfully entertained
with piano selections.
Miss Annie Perkins, a charter
member of the Club, displayed the
Club's first year book (then called
The Ladies Magnates Club)?1911.
This Year Book stated the Club
was organised in 1904, federated in
1910 undo: the motto ''Semper para
tua" and colors of green and red.
The program for that year was
based an a study of North Carolina
History. Members were: Mrs. W. C.
Askew, Mrs. E. C. Beaman, Mrs. F.
C. Joyner, Mrs. J. Y. Monk, Miss
Veneris Morrill, Mrs. 8. M. Pollard,
Miss Annie Perkins, Mrs. J. 8.
Smith, Mrs. E. W. Warren and Mrs.
Helen Watkins. Mrs. J. S. Smith
Miss Davis then invited the mem
bers and her special guests in the
dining room for refreshments. Mrs.
F. M. Davis, mother of the hostess,
poured tea. Sandwiches, nuts and
candies were served from a beauti
fully appointed table centered with
Special guests were Mrs. Elbert
C. Holmes, Mrs. M. V. Jones, Mrs.
George Allen, Mrs. Zeb Whitehurst,
Mrs. Alton W. Bobbitt and Miss
Edna Robinson. ? /
The Farmviile P. T. A. held its an
iual Founder's Day observance at the
February meeting, last Thursday,
then pupils of Mrs. I'. Thomas'
th Grade presented a 3piendid pro
Scripture verses from the book of
Catthew were read by James Thome.
Iioughte on the beginning of the
ational and local PfA were ex
ressed by Robert Pollard. An
croetic, Founder* s-Builder's, was
resented by a group of students.
A sketch of the lives of Alice |
limey and FJioebe Hearst were giv
n by Gayle Cheek Flanagan and
.nne Bynum. A song, "My Tribute"
ras rendered by Ruth Tyson. The
urpose of-the Annual Founder's
lay collection was explained by Ray
lathaway. The collection received
t this time amounted to ten dollars.
In the business period, a nominat
og committee compooed of J. I.
(organ, Jr., chairman, Mrs. LeRoy
tollins and J. H. Moore, was ap
o in ted. Room Roll Call was won by
Irs- Thomas' grade.
IT. D. C.
The Rebecca Winbourne Chapter,
|U. D. C., held its March/ meeting
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Agnee
Blount as gracious hostess.
Mrs. W. M. Willis, vice president,
presided and announced plans for
the District meeting, April 1, in Roa
noke Rapids. Several members plan
to attend. Communications were
read from District chairmen relative
to their work.
Mrs. J. H. Darden, program leader,
gave an interesting sketch on the life
of Steven Russell Mailory, Secretary
of the Navy, during the War Between
. A variety of spring flowers deco
rated the home and the hostess serv
ed frozen fruit salad, ham biscuits
end coffee. Special guests included
Mrs. Louise Harris, Mrs. L. E. Wal
ston and Mrs. S. G. Gardner.
B AND DCLUB
Mrs. Walter Josses entertained the
Book and Bridge Club and special
guest, Mrs. George E. Moore, Jr., for
an enjoyable afternoon of bridge on
Wednesday. Mrs. Jones' score tallied
high in the three progressions.
Arrangements of flowering quince
and jonquils made a lovely setting
for the tables. Sandwiches, pickles,
nut bread, spread with cream cheese,
and chocolate covered almonds were
served with coca-coles.
Ann Pollard, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Pollard, celebrated her
ninth birthday Tuesday afternoon
with a theatre party, having as guests
Fa ye Mewbom, Anna Morgan, Sybil
Crumpler, Clara, Belle Flanagan, Sue
Flanagan, Ellen N orris Spencer,
Martha Holmes, Janice Atkinson.
Jane Russell, Lou Taylor Lewis, and
Prior to attending the movie, "Peo
ple Are Funny," the hcnoree and her
" ? to* mt
pink and green color schema, ivy and
U the it ? a .
day by Kn. Ale* Allen, Mr,. Frank
Allen and Mr*. Lewis Allen in honor
of their sister-in-law, Mrs. George
M. Allen, recent bride, and a new
comer to FarmviBe.
Flowering quince, camellias and
lighted white tapers decorated the
lower floor of Use D. A. R. Chapter
House, sccpe of the event.
Greeting fueeta at the door were
Mrs. 3. Irvin Morgan, Jr. and Mrs.
A. C. Monk, Jr. Mr*. C. S. Hotcfa
kiss introduced the receiving line
composed of the hostesses and the
Mrs. F. M. Davis and Mrs. R. W.
Rader poured Russian tea from a'
beautifully appointed table centered
with an arrangement of pink and
white carnations and snapdragons
and encircled by white candles in
Mrs. R. E. Pickett, Mrs. Ben Lang,
Mrs. Harry Harper and Mrs. R. T.
Williams served decorated sandwich
es and cookies, ham biscuits, minte
and salted nuts.
Mrs. Robert T. Monk presided St
the register. Good-byes were said
to Mrs. T. S. Ryon and Mrs. John M
Mrs. Sam T. Lewis and Mrs. John
M. Mewborn were hostesses at a de
lightful meeting of the Junior Wom
an's Club on Tuesday evening. -
Mrs. R. T. Williams, president, pre
sided and welcomed the guests, Mrs.
William P. Easley, speaker of the
evening, Mrs. Ernest Pettaway,
former member who has rejoined the
club, and Mrs. M. J. Gregg, a new
Mrs. Howard Moye reported on re
cant meetings of the Family Life
Training School, being held in Green
ville, for Youth Leaden throughout
Pitt County. Mm. R. T. Williams
and Mre. Frank K. Allen plan to rep
resent the Junior Club at the next
meeting on Tuesday, March 12. Mm.
Moye is attending the School as rep
resentative of a Home Demonstra
Mrs. Stuart Sugg, program leader,
introduced Mm. Easley who brought
a most thought-provoking message
on the subject, "Education For World
The Holden home in which the
meeting was held was attractively
decorated with quince, jonquils and
spirea. Strawberry shortcake and
hot coffee were served.
Mrs. Marvin V. Janes charmingly
entertained the Contract Club and
additional guests Tuesday afternoon
at her home, which was decorated
throughout with early spring bloom.
Bridge was played at four tables.
Mrs. M. V. Horton compiled top
score among members knd won an
(iridescent flower bowl; Mr#. George
V. Monk was presented a potted
primrose as guest high award.
Following the games, Bavarian
cream was served with angel cake,
salted nuts and coffee. Table ac
cessories were in the St. -Patrick's
motif. ' ?,
Special guests included Mrs. R. G.
Ruffin, Mrs. W. M. Willis, Mrs. A. W.
Bobbitt, Mr*. P. E. Jones,'Mrs. G.
Alex "Rouse, Mrs. R. 19. 'Rouse, Mrs.
Frank Davis, Jr., Mrs. L. E. Walston,
Mrs. S. A. Roebuck and Mrs. George
1 THEATRE 1
_* FARMVILLE, N. C.
WEEK OF MARCH 9
l Sunset Carson?in
"BANDITS OF THE
Chapter 7, Purple Minister
Strikes ? Comedy.
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Robert Walker-June Allyson?in
"THE SAILOR TAKES
Latest News ? Cartoon.
Randolph Scott-Barbara Britton
? in ?
Doable Feature Day!
Sir Aubrey Smith?m
Chapter 2, Secret .
Dr. M. J. GREGG,
of Mr. and Mrs.
I The daughter <rf the late
Capps, of Raleigh, North Ci
Mies Cappe was educated at
Kton Hall here, Fairfax Hall,
bora, Va, and George
Mr. Adama will tie graduated from
Hie Naval Academy in June.
The wedding ia to take place, on
June 6, in the Bethlehem Chapel of
the Washington Cathedral
SEVEN PINES CLUB
The Seven Pines Home Demonstra
tion Club h?M a Joint meeting with
their husbands recently at the home
of I* E. Garris. A picnic supper of
fried chicken, potato salad, deviled
eggs, sandwiches, relishes, cake, cof
fee and hot chocolate, was served.
Miss Verona Lee Joyner, Home
Demonstration Agent, and Mr. Pra
den, Assistant County Agent, gave a
demonstration, "Planning Improve
ments on Farm Homes." An enjoy
able social hour was directed by Mrs.
B. L. Tyson
Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Pruden,
Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Tyson,'Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. Tyson and Miss Joyner,
all of Greenville.
The bank swallow is the smallest
member of the family and derives its
namQ from its habit of borjng a tun
nel into a bank, along a road or
stream. There it builds its neet. In
its engineering work this bird uses
both bill and" claws.
An enlarged chamber, lined with
grass and feathers, at the end of the
tunnel is the place where the pearl
white eggs, four to seven, are laid
during the latter half cf May.
Bank swallows nest and migrate
in colonies. The plumage of, this bird
is dull gray above, with lighter un
derparts v and a conspicious band
a "oss the breast. It lives principal
ly on insects caught while in flight.
All swallows have Large mouths and
long wings, by which they are well
adapted for catching insects on the
They sometimes eat small wild
berries. Their breeding grounds
range from Central United States to
he Artie regions.
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