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iss Mary Barbee
Bride of Mr. Lewis
Wedding Sunday Afternoon;
Coke Cutting Saturday
Vilson, March 25. ? Miss Mary
zabeth Barbee, daughter of Ben
lin Clifton Barbee of Wilson, and
late Mrs. Carrie Cole Barbee, and
'red Henry Lewis, son of Mrs. John
Ming Lewis and the late Mr. Lewis
Parmville, were married on Sun
r afternoon, March 24th in the
st Methodist Church of 'Wilson,
Reverend Walter C. Ball official
using the double ring ceremony.
Tall baskets of white gladioli, snap
gons, and Easter Lilies-, were ar
ged on the altar, before a back
?und of stately palms and ferns.
ren branched candelabra with
ite candles were used on each side
irs. B. B. Plyler, organist render
a program of pre-nuptial music
or to the ceremony. Elbert C.
Imes, soloist, of Farmville, sang,
?ink To Me Only With Thine Eyes"
I "Because."' During the cere
ny Mrs. Plyler softly rendered
ebestraum" and for the benedic
1 Mr. Holmes sang "The Lord
ss You and Keep You." The tra
onal wedding marches were used
the processional and recessional,
"he bride was attended by her sis
, Mrs. James J. Rowland of Wil
, as matron of honor. She wore
street length dress of baby blue
I na\ty accessories. Her flowers
?e 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 black accessories and a
ulder corsage of orchids. Her only
ament was a string of pearls, a
gift of the
The bridegroom vu attended by
his brother, Albert V. Lewis, M
man, while whan wen: B. C.;
Jr., brother of the bride
J. Rowland ot Wilson; Sam T. Lewis
and a brother, Redding' Grimes Lewis
of Farm villa.
Mrs. Barbae, stepmother of the
bride, worn a soldier bine suit at
wool with black accessories and
shoulder corsage of red rosea. Mrs.
Lewis won ? drees of black crepe
and a corsage of red
After a wedding trip to Western
Carolim, the couple will be at home
in Farmville. |
Mrs. Lewis attended the Farmville
High School and Atlantic Christian
College, Wilson^ end until her
riage was employed by Dr. Robert L.
Tomlinson. / >
Mr. Lewis attended the Farmville
High School and entered the service
in 1942 and served 21 months over
seas. He is now connected with the
Farmville Furniture Company.
"Ed. Note: A large number of
Farmville relatiree and friends were
Immediately following the Lewis
Bar bee wedding rehearsal Saturday
night, Mrs. Eloise Case Smith enter
tained in honor of Miss Mary Barbae
and Mr. Alfred Lewis with a cake
cutting, at the Woman's Club.
The club rooms were beautifully
decorated throughout with mixed
white spring flowers. The mantel
was banked with glased magnolia in
terspersed with white camellias. Sil
ver candelabra holding burning white
candles stood in the center and each
end. The bridal table was covered
with a handsome white embroidered
cloth, with a centerpiece of mixed
white flowers in a large silver bowl,
bride ami groom was finit sliced
of the bride, completed the cut
ting of the cak& Ittm. B. C. Barbee,|
step-mother of the bride, pcesid
over the punch bowl assisted by Mrs.)
C. P. Hardy, an aunt of Hie bride.
Miss Mary Herring and Mrs. Lao
C. Powell, assisted in serving salted I
nuts and bridal mints. Mrs. B. B.|
Plyler furniahgd music during ti
evening. Members of the wedding!
party, the two families and e few
close friends enjoyed e delightful |
BOT SCOUTS CHANGE
TIME OF MEETING 1
Troop 26, Boy Scouts, has recently
chosen Tuesdays at 8 p. m. for their |
meeting timfe, instead of Fridays.
Attendance Was very good thiol
week. The program opened with the
Scout Oath, led by Robert Rollins,
followed by one verse of America,
led by Charles Joyner. Robert Pol
lard was elected the troop song
The Rattlesnake and Flaming Ar-1
row patrols put on two good stunts.
Dan Satterthwaite, Johnnie Barrett,
Roy Moore and Harry Alhritton re
ported the best good tarns for the
week. The meeting closed with the
Pledge to the Flag, led by Senior Pa
trol leader, Johnnie Barrett. Initia
tion will be held neat Tuesday night. |
NOTICE OF SALE I
By virtue of the powers contained
in Section No. 44-2 of the General |
Statutes of North Caroline, the un
dersigned, Farmville Motor Company, I
will sell at public auction, for cash,
in front or in the Farmville Motor |
Company's place of business on Tues
day, April 23rd, 1946, at 12 o'clock.
Noon, the ?following described per-1
social property, namely:
One 1940^ four door Sedan Pontiac I
automobile, Motor No. 8-204537, serial
No. L-8-HB1482, License Number |
WE 2202, New York.
This the 20th day of March, 1946.1
FARMVILLE MOTOR COMPANY,!
v By B. O. Taylor.
R. T. Martin, Atty. M-22-4tc |
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO
Having^ qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of Benjamin Otto
Turnage, deceased, late of Pitt Coun
ty, North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against the
Estate of the said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned Administra
trix or Attorney at Farmvjlle, North
Carolina, on or before the 15th day
of March, 1947, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
perrons indebted to said Estate will [
please make immediate payment.
This 14th day of March, 1946.
LILLIAN W. TURNAGE,
Admrx., of the Estate of.
Benjamin Otto Turnage.
John B. Lewis, At$y. M15-6wks I
SEE MOW EASY IT tS TO
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