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AH Lagal Adv. fc a toe i
Port Offies at Farmvill
under Act of March 3rd,
D. A. K. MKBTr.r
Mrs. J. I. Morgan was a gracious
hostess, Saturday afternoon, to the
Colonel Alexander McAllister Chap
ter, D.A.R., which is composed of
members from Hookerton, Snow Hill,
Pinetops, Crisp, Greenville and Fern
ville. Camel lias and flowering
shrobs were used in lovely decora
tion throughout the lower floor of
Mrs. Harry Taylor, of Hookerton,
regent, presided. Miss Payne Sugg,
of Hookerton, Chaplain, continued
the study of Women of the Bible,
8 peaking of Rebecca.
Mrs. P. W. Carroll, of Hookerton,
reported en the State Convention
held recently tn Charlotte. The re
gent appointed as a nominating com
mittee^ Mrs. R. W. Isley, of Pinetops,
chairman, Mrs. E. C. -Seaman end
Mrs. J. L Morgan, both of Farm ville.
Mrs. Morgan, who was program
chairman for the afternoon, intro
duced as her guest speaker, Mrs.
Herbert E. Hart, of Farm ville, who
gave a splendid talk on "The United
In addition to Mrs. Hart, guests of
the hostees included Mrs. E. R. Clegg.
Miss Edna Robinson and Mrs. J.
Irvin Morgan, Jr.
At the refreshment hour, chicken
salad, tomato aspic, olive sandwiches,
ham biscuits, nuts, chocolate candy
and coffee were served.
HOSTS AT DINNER PARTY
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lewis were
hosts, Thursday evening, at a lovely
dinner party, honoring Miss Evelyn
McLin and Horace Hudson, of Rocky
Mount, bride and bridegroom-elect.
The table was centered with crystal
cornucopias filled with pink carna
tions and fern, and flanked by pink
candles in crystal holders. The chos
en color note of pink, green and white
was effectively carried also in other
Dinner was served at seven o'clock
with covers laid for sixteen guests,
all of Rocky Mount. A corsage
marked the place of the bride-elect
and other guests found their places
by means of handpainted cards with
decoration of bridal. mStifs.
The hostess' presented Miss McLin
with silver in her choeen pattern.
At the Episcopal Altar Guild meet
ing Tuesday evening in the home of
Mrs. W. R. Barbette, Mrs: R. G.
Copenhaver reviewed the chapter en
titled "The Ministry," from the
group's study book. The Episcopal
Mrs. John D. Dixon, directress,
presided error the business session
when plans to make the altar curtain
were completed. The chairman of
the nominating committee gave the
following report, Mrs. James Lang,
assistant directress, Mrs. W. R. Bur
netts, treasurer, Mrs. Will Jones, Jr.,
secretary, Mrs. T. S. Ryon, chair
man ways and means committee. m
The first guild meeting of the
month was held in the home of Miss
Margaret Smith, with Mrs. James
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified u Administrator
of the Estate of Mrs. Florence V.
Nelson, deceased, late of Pitt County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
Estate of said deceased to.exhibit
them to the undersigned administra
tor or attorney at Farmville, North
Carolina, on or before the 2nd day
of March, 1M7, or tMs notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. At]
indebted to said Estate will
make immediate payment.
This the 21st day of February,
W. B. BURNETTE, Administrator
at the Estate of Mrs. Florence
John B. Lewis, Atty. F-22-6wka
of mi esealleet idea, ha*| 1
his intention to oppo
Congressman Herbert C Bonner for
the nomiMrtw t
Doctor Hwnber's announced eo- t
pousal of a World Federation, which
will become foe basis of his campaign <
end Congressman Bonner's record of i
service to his district, which will be J
the basis upon which ha will ask ?
further cemsidention at the hands l
at his constituent* provide a sharply 1
etched divergence of the two men in i
their concept of the duties of a mem- <
bar of tha House of Representatives ]
to the people of the district which ]
selects him end to the people of the
country at large. c
Doctor H umber's concern is with t
world problems. Mr. Bonner's concern i
is, primarily sad properly, with the <
needs of the people who have chosen
him to represent them fat Congress.
Actually the House of Representatives
has little to do with foreign problems.
These are matters that ar* by con
stitutional provision, tha concern and, ,c
responsibility of the Unitsd States (
Senate. A Congressman's business <
is to represent his people hi Wash- 1
ington, as a sort of ? ambassador. By t
his own confession. Doctor Humber t
would be out of place in the House 1
of Representatives. His viewB, his t
ideals end his energies would find a 1
proper field in the United States 1
Congressman Bonner baa served 1
his constituents very ably in Wash
ington. Never has he been so en
grossed with large national affairs?
though he is not neglectful of such 1
matters?that he is inaccessible to
his help. That is what a Congress
man is for. . Congressman Bonner
has served us with zeal and devo
tion. ? ? "
It is the considered opinion of THE
DAILY ADVANCE that Mr. Bonner
should, on his record, be re-nommat
ed in May and re-elected in Novem
ber of this year and biennially here
after until he tiree of service or some
man or woman appears as a candidate
with superior capacity to perform
the duties that make a Congressman
a representative of his own people.?
From The Daily Advance, Elizabeth
City, N. C., March 16, 1946.
When they assure you that your
counsel is invaluable^ it's time to re
Bp Appointment Only
KM BUTHW SUgT-MttPtaUHlC'
ion rooms ware
d with a profusion
The prografti opened with the
he Preamble. The
famie Davis, led a
ng the subject, "Peace.*
fields presented Mrs. Ben Weaver
vho gave an intensely interesting
aik on "Rehabilitation."
Principal business of the afternoon
oncerned election at delegates to the
U?a Conference, ^contribution of
15.00 to the Cancer Control Drive,
uxd appointment of Mrs. &, L. Rol
ins, Mrs. W. M. Willis and Mrs. A.
ff. Bobbitt as a committee to select
i local high school girl to
liris' State in Greensboro, in June,
Plans were also made for annual
"oppy Day, May 25., |
After adjournment, strawberry ice
ream) decorated cakes and nuts were
?erred. Mrs.. E. W. Holmes, a new
nember, was given a cordial
wne. - j-fc
Having qualified as Administrator
tt the Estate of Paul Aaron Parker,
lee eased, late of Pitt County North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
iaviqg claims against the estate of
he said deceased to exhibit them to
he undersigned Administrator at
fountain, North Carolina, on before
he 21st day of March, 1947, or this
lotice will be pleaded in bar of their
ecovery. All persons indebted to
:aid Estate will please make im
This 21st day of March, 1946.
J. C. PARKER, Administrator
of! Paul Aaron Parker Estate.
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A full College Course for you
WITH EXPENSES PAID
Here's important news for young
men 18 and over (17 with par
ents' consent). Under the 61
Bill of Rights, if you enlist jn the
U. S. Army before October 6,
1946, for 3 years, upon your dis
charge you will be entitled to 48
months of college, trade or busi
ness school education. Tuition
up to $500 per ordinary school
year will be paid. And you will
receive $65 monthly living al
lowance?$90 if you are mar
ried. 6et the facts at year
nearest U. S. Army Recruiting
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
Having qualified as Administrator
rf the Estate of Mrs. Julia H. Allen,
leceased, late of Pitt County North
Carolina, thin is to notify all persons
laving claims against the estate of
he said deceased to exhibit them to
he undersigned Administrator or
attorney at Farmville, North Caro
ina, an or before the 15th day of
Kerch, 1947, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said Estate will
please make immediate payment..
This 14th day of March, 1946.
ROSCOE C. ALLEN,
Administrator of Mrs.
Julia H. Allen Estate,
lohn B. Lewis, Atty. M-15-6wks
I THEATRE 1
farmville; n. c.
WEEK OP MARCH 30
Johnny Mack Brown?in
Chapter 10, "Purple Monster
Strikes" ? Comedy.
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"THE DALTON'S RIDE
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"BORDER PATROL" '
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Chapter 5, "Secret Agent X9/
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"MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S"
Latest News ? Musical,
Z. B. Cox,
Walter Reed .
D. C., will. supply Rev. C. B. Mesh
burn's pulpit Sunday morning. Chsj^
lain Cox, a native North Carolinian
joined the church under Rev. Maah
bdro's evangelistic wort - ;-;W;i
LOST?BOY'S GOLD-RIMMED ETE
GLASSES. Ffaider will please con
tact Randolph Brock, e/? Mr. J. C.
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Formerly Creel's Cash Store,
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WE HATE A COMPLETE LINE OP
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-JBS* SQUEEZE NATCHEL, SONNY!"
una J a
ThU i$ a drawing of one of the eight
fine pebafiigt by Hy HmUrmeitter
A LOT OF GOOD COMES
FltOM THE EARTH
Sonny was sayin' that ol'
bossy cow is jes'.a natchel
factory for making milk
out o' fodder. But I tell
him that making good
milk begins when mother
nature gave us the ferti
lizer to help the fodder
grow. I was referrin to the
natchel soda us farmers
usfts on all our crops.
Natchel soda comes
right from the earth. No
body knows (or sure quite
how it got there. But they
does know the wonderful
things natchel Chilean
soda does for crops.
Seems like jes' being
natchel makes Chilean
soda different from any
other, kind. Maybe folks
won't be able to get all
they want this season, but
if we're careful with what
we get, it may do.
Chilean nitrate of
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? Miss Mot)
daughter of Beli
ef Wilson, and
Cole Barbeev and
of Mrs. John
and the late Mr. Lewis
were married on Suii
r afternoon, March 24th in the
st Methodist Church of 'Wilson,
Reverend Walter C. Ball officiafc
using the double ring ceremony,
rail baskets of white gladioli, snap
guns, and Easter Lilies, were ar
ged on the altar, before a beck
und of stately palms and ferns,
ren branched jj candelabra with
Lte candles were used on each aide
irs. B. B. Plyler, organist render -
a program of pre-nuptial music
#r to the ceremony. Elbert C.
Imes, soloist, of Farmville, sang,
rink To Me Only With Thine Eyee"
1 "Because."' Daring the cere
ay Mrs. Plyler softly rendered
ebestraum" and for the benedic
i Mr. Holmes sang' "The Lord
as Yon and Keep You." The tra
ional wedding marches were used
the processional and receesional.
he bride wag attended by her sis
, Mrs. James J, Rowland of Wil
, aa matron a? honor. She wore
Itreet length dress of baby blue
I navy accessories. Her flow rs
re a bouquet of Briarcliff roses,
I with pink ribbon. .
he bride, who was given in mar
je by her father, wore a wool suit
grey, with Mack accessories and a
ulder corsage of orchids. Her only
ament warn a string of pearls, a
>ia brother, Albert V.
Ir., brother of
r. Rowland of Wilson;
aid a brother. Redding- <
iride, wore a
wool, with black
ihoulder coinage at
>wia wore m drew
oid a corsage of red
After a wedding
Carolina, the couple
Mrs. Lewis attended"
iigfa School and At
College, Wilson", and
-iage was employed
Mr. Lewis attended
ligh School and ent
n 1942 and served
was. Ha is now
"Ed. Mote: A U-rg*|
light, Mrs. Eloise
ained in honor of 1
ind Mr. Alfred
ratting, at the Wo
The club rooms
white spring flo
was banked with gii
erspersed with white j
-er candelabra hold
and lee stood in the
nd. The bridal
with a handsome
loth, with a cent
white flowers in a
I'LL HAVE ANOTHER
SLICE OF BREAP,
r SEE HOW EASYI
BEAT THE BOY
ALL I DID
'EM YOU WEP
\ SWCtl FU TlttT pi I?limn
(OR SOUTHERN W H ( N Y OJJ ASK
FRIDAY AND SAJDRDAY
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