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Mi*. J. M. Melton, ot Jacksonville,
is visit "a* her son, A. J. Melton.
Mr* Russell Terry, of Wilaonfwes
a guest of Mr* Meek Abrams, Mon
Set. Chet Kosell, of Cherry Point,
was a week* end guest of Hal Win
Mr* B. M. Lewis and Mr* J. R.
Shaarin were Rocky Mount visitors,
Mr* Sam Hobgoad and Mr* Elmer
Hmson were Walstonburg visitors,
Miss Hat tie Carr is receiving treat
ment at Carolina-General Hospital,
Miss .Jen Easley is at home from
Peace College, Raleigh, for spring
Josh W. Munden, of Elisabeth City,
is spending the week end with his
Mrs. A. F. Williams, of Wilson,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr* Irvin
Mr* B. C. Allen of Raleigh spent
'several days of last week with Mrs.
Mr* Ellen Leggett, of Washington,
spent the week end with her brother,
J. M. Smith.
Miss Evelyn Carroll, of Greenville,
will be the week end guest of Miss
Mr* Laura Shear in, of Louisburg,
is visiting her son, J. R, Shearii; and
Friends will be glad to learn that
Mr* C. L. Beaman is improving after
a recent illnes*
Mr. and Mr* W. D., Mr* Robert
and Mrs. Bennett Fields were Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harper, of Snow
Hill, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. Frank Harper.
Mrs. Elmer Hinson spent Thursday
in Snow Hill and Kinston with rela
tives and friends.
Milton Williamson, student at
Wake Forest College, was at home
for the week end.
Mrs. Wallace Hudnell and daugh
ter, of Royall, spent Wednesday with
Mrs. W. J. Rollins.
Mr. and Mr* Roy B. Davies have
returned to Sharon, Pa., after a visit
to the A. B. Tyson family.
Mrs. R. E. Woofter, of Buckhaimon,
West Virginia, is visiting her daugh
ter, Mr* L., E. Walston.
Mr* Frank Eason and Mrs. Floyd
Shirley, of Snow Hill, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. Elmer Hinson.
Mr* Paul Carson and Mrs. Nora [,
Collins, of Rocky Mount, spent Thurs
day with Mrs. Leta Bray.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifton and
children, of Kinston, spent the week
end with Mr* J. I. Baker.
Miss Aqn Turnage, student at Flora
. Mac Donald College, is expected home
today for spring holiday*
Mr* Robert? Rouse, Jr., left Wed
nesday for a few days visit with
friends in Richmond, V*
? James H. Darden, of Durham, is
spending this week end with his
mother, Mr* J. H. Darden.
Clifton Rollins, of Raleigh, spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with hie
mother, Mrs. W. J. Rollins.
Audrey Joyner, of Raleigh, will
spend the week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mr* R. A. Joyner.
Mr* Susie Thigpen returned to
Goldsboro, Thursday, after a visit to
her sister, Mm C. C. Joyner.
Mm F. P. Eason and Mrs. Sudie
Shirley of Snow Hill were guests of
Mrs. C. H. Mozingo, Monday.
George Moore, Jr., entered Duke
Hospital, Durham, Tuesday for fur
ther examination and treatment.
Mr. and Mm Lowell Lilee were
Lexington and Charlotte visitors,
Monday and Tuesday of last week.
Lester Earl Turnage, Jr., is ex
pected home during the week end fol
lowing a visit to friends fax Indiana
Rev. and Mm C. B. Mashhurn will
leave Tuesday for a week's visit in
Norfolk, V*. and Jarvisborg, N. C.
CpL Allie J. Melton, Jr., who la now
stationed at Fort Banning, Ga., will
visit Ms parents during the week end.
Mr. and Mm Witlard Woodard, of
Wilson, spent the week end with Mrs.
Woodard's mother, Mr* John Bar
Mrs. Paul E. Jonas, Mrs. diaries
M- Duke and son left Tuesday for a
visit with relatives in Washington,
. Miss Janie Kemp returned Tuesday
to Man Hill College, after spending
a week's spring holidays at her home
Neal Howard, Jr., arrived Saturday
from Woodbuy Forest School, Va.,
to spend a week's spring holidays at
Mrs. A. F. Hammond. Jr.,
daughter, Olivia, of LaGrange visit
ed relatives here several days of this
meets with Mm G. Ala*
7.-00 P. Kiwwto Club.
7:90 P. it?Y. W. A., Baptist,
masts with Mrs. E. W. Holmes.
7:30 P. M.-<-Group 1, Christian
Woman's Council, meets with
Mrs. Louise Harris.
7:90 P. M.?Group 4, Christian
Woman's Council, meets with
Mrs. Jehn Barrett
8:00 P. M.?Misses Frances How
ard and Mae Knott will he bridge
hostesses, entertaining in the
| home of Miss Howard.
I 10:00 A. Mj?Executive Commit
tee,, Baptist Woman's Missionary
Society, meets with Mrs. H. D.
3:00 P. M.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. C. Hubert Joyner.
8:90 P. M.?Rotary Club.
8:00 P. M.?Junior Woman's Club
meets in the home of Mrs. Oir
tis Flanagan, with Mrs. Stuart
Sugg as co-host a
7:30 P. M. ? Woodmen of the
8.-00 P. M.?Boy Scouts. Initia
tion will be held, at the Gym.
3:48 P. M.?Literary Club meets
with Mrs. J. L Morgan.
7:30 P. M.?Group 2, Christian
Woman's Council, meets with
^ lbs. Carrie Belle Joyner.
8:00 P. M.?Group 8, Christian
Woman's Council, meets with
Mrs. Bill Forbes.
10:00 A. M.?Hit and Miss Club,
at the Country Club.
3:30 P. M.?Girt Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?Cell meeting of the
O.E.S. at which Mrs. Maude B.
Foy, District Deputy Grand Ma
tron, will make the principal ad
7:30 P. M.?Junior Order.
3:00 P. M.?Lamrad Club meets
with Mrs. Richard 'Harris.
3:30 P. M.?Rebecca Winbourne
Chapter, U. D. C., meets with
Mrs. J. H. Harden.
7:00 P. M.?American Legion.
7:30 P. M.?Order of the Eastern
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
9:00 A. JL-STsc^ leave for a
,ike and nature study.
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood and
lorton, returned last Fndsyfn? a
iait to Mrs. Hobgood's broker, W.
? Hasseil, in Staunton, Vs., ana
ther relatives in ^
Z0VP W. l?v^>
ns and Henry D. 3?ZZ^7fw
Washington, D. C., on business a few
'IL^An^ldnes is ?P?ted
,ge( Washington, D. C., for a week a
pring holidays- ... j.n
Mr. and Mrs. G?>rge M^Henwho
*ve been residing at the Davis Hotel
10Ved this week into one of the
[I, in Cynthiana, Ky. ? ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. HfW
th and children spent ^
ith Mr. Hedgepeth's mother, Mrs.
B. Jackson, at Stem. J
Tommy Lang, Marvin Horton, JrJ
BUI Monk were at home las
E for a few days vacation be
?en terms at Carolina. 1
Mr and Mrs- C. L. Langley and
[r and Mrs. F. G. Smith were din-1
guests of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Her
r,tin Kinston. Sunday.
Misses Wilms Stansill, Helton
2S**2. &??*w s*s
A. Q. Boebuck atterewa w?M
hodist Woman's Society of Chris
Service Conference held in Dur
^r.^ M^ Jimmie Meacombs, of
-^diesex, and *** Freeman, . who
recently discharged from
iee, spent Sunday with Mr.
ire. Mwily Liles. ,
Mrs. E. W. Holmes is Guest Te*h
w?* in a Sundpy Scbool|
700K 1st ? ? - -TfZ* I
Institute at the Tabernacle
Raleigh. She is in
Senior, Gaffney, S. C.
Friends at B. R. Collins will bel
glad to ban that he has returned to]
hie home cn Belcher street after re ,
ceiving treatment at Woodard-Her
ring Hospital. Wilson, and is report- [
ng slowly. !???
ed as improving slowly.
Friends will be glad to 16am thai]
Mrs. J. W. Joyner, who
an operation recently at
Herring Hospital, Wilson, returned |
to her home here, Monday, end is
ported ss recuperating rapkfly.
Mr* W. M. Willis, Mrs. A. W.
Bobbitt and Mrs. Louise Harris rep
resented the local American Legion
Auxiliary, at the Fifth District Con
ference, held Tuesday afternoon at
the Episcopal Parish House fat Rocky
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Croom, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Marsh, Mr. and Mm. Fred
Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collins
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jordan, of
Wilmington, spent Sunday with their
father, B. R. Collins, and sister, Mrs.
Friends will be glad, to learn -that
N. T. Bennett, of Aurora, father of
Rev. W. I. Bennett, is improving
after receiving treatment at Pitt
General Hospital, Greenville. Mr.
Bennett is still there for further
Mrs. Herbert Dawson and daugh
ters, Charlotte and Bessie, of New
Bern, visited Mrs. Dawson's brother,
Fred G. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herring,
of Kinston, were also gueets of Mr.
and Mrs. Smith en Wednesday.
S.-L. Wilson, of New Bern, Dis
trict Forester, and N. S. Tyson, of
Greenville, County Forest Warden,
were visitors here, Thursday. Mr.
Wilson stated at this time that he
was planning at some future date to
include Farmville kTthe State* For
estry Educational Program.
Pvt. James I. Bennett, of the Artil
lery Branch, United States Army,
will return to Fort Bragg, today,
after spending an eight day furlough
with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. I.
Bennett Pvt. Bennett, after eight
weeks training, expects to leave for
overseas duty upon his return to
Friends will regret to learn of the
death of Fred Collins, of Rocky
.Mount, in the Edgecombe Tubercu
losis Sanatorium, on Sunday, March
24. Mr. Collins was the son of B. R.
Collins and the brother of Mrs. Lets
Bray. Mrs. Bray spent several days
at the bedside of her brother prior
to his passing.
Mrs. J. W. Parker left'Thursday
to spend several days in Greensboro
to visit her. daughter, Miss Alice
Harper Parker, senior at Greensboro
College, and to. attend a meeting of
the Board of Directors of the Eastern
Star Home. On Saturday evening,
she will speak at Public Installation
Service of the Capital Chapter, O.E.
S., in Raleigh.
Among students returning home
for the Spring holidays is Miss Rose
mary Holmes, daughter of Rev. and
Mm. E.VW. Holmes. Rosemary is h
Senior at Limestone College, Gaff
ney, S. C., where she has been se
conded a number of signal honors.
She is Vice-President of the Student
Body; a member of ^ the Limestone
Choir; a member of Chi Delta Phi;
has been elected to Who's Who
among the Colleges and Universities;
is a Superlative of-the Senior Class;
is a Citizen (the highest honor given
by "the College); and is Senior at
tendant in the May Court.
On the occasion of her fifteenth birth
day, March 19, Gay Pippin entertain
ed twenty-five friends at an informal
party at her home.
A number of interesting games
were enjoyed. Refreshments ware
slices of the Birthday Cake, which
was attractively decorated in blue
and white, ice cream and peanuts.
In compliment to her week end
house guest, Patricia Branch, of
Lucama, Dorothy Lucas, was hostess
Friday. ' Twenty guests enjoyed an
-evening of games and dancing, after
which they wens served pepei-colaa,
doughnuts, potato chips and salted
John Hill Paylor, Jr., who served
as Technician Fifth Grade with the
Mr*. Schi?mm who WM
novelty napkin holder.
Larkspur, daffodil* and pan
nude a spring-like setting for
Uhlee and the
The Wednesday Afternoon Clobl
mjoyed a lovely meeting when Mrs.
A. C. Monk. Jr., was hostess this
Special guests included Mm. J.
Irvte Morgan, Jr., Mm. Robert T.
Monk, Mm. C S. Kotcfclriss, Mm.
Walter B. Jooee and Mm. Frank
AM? who won the guest high scon
Prise, stationery. Mrs. T. S. Ryon
compiled top score among members
send received an apron. Notepaper
was given to Mm. Robert Lee Smith
whose score was lew.
For refreshments, Mm. Monk serv
ed mamhmallow salad, r nmrl i iril^sni
picklee and iced ten.
iris, daffodils and pansiae were need
in lovely decoration fa the reception
The Book and Bridge Club enjoy-l
ed three progressions of play Friday I
aftsrnoon when Mrs. J. Jrvfa Mor
k*n, Jr., was hostess and had as a I
special guest, Mm. W. Ale* Allen.)
Top score was tallied by Mm. Mor-j
Red and white bouquets attractive
ly decorated the living room and
pripr to the games, sandwiches, pota
to chips, ham biscuits, pickles and)
fudge were served with xoc*-co1m. |
Mrs. W. Leslie Sknitfa charmingly
entertafaed the Merry Matrons Club
and a number of additional guests on
Mm. J. M. Hobgood, vice-president,
presided over a short busfaeea period
when Mm. J. J. Morgan, Mm. M. V.
Jones and Mm. J. T. Thome were
appointed as a program committee
for the next club year.
?Mrs. R. A. Fields was fa charge
of the afternoon's program and pre
senfad as her guest speaker Miss
who gave a splendid
talk on "The North Carolina Sym
phony." Her opening remark, were
We all know and appreciate good
The N. C. Symphony which was
organized fa 1982 at Chapel Hill and
first directed by Lamar Stringfield, I
was under the guiding genuis of Col.
Joseph Pratt R was compoeed of I
from forty to sixty N. Carolinians, i
augmented by A few professionals
from New York and Philadelphia.
The late President Roosevelt put
musk under WPA funds and fa 1989
the Symphony was reorganized un
der directorship of B. F, Swalin, who
now with the group is on a tour of
the Stata N. C. has the distinction |
of having the first State Symphony
ft is interesting to know that Mrs.
Hobgood was present at the first
Performance fa Chapel Hill on Dec.
2, 1932 and paid the first one dollar
membership fee. J*
A musical program was beautifully
rendered by Barbara Gram, grand
daughter of the hostess, who played
Dancing Sunbeams" as a piano solo,
sod Tarolyn Roebuck, who with Bar
bara played a duet, "Coronation
In addition to those appearing on
the program, guests included Mrs.
A. J. Groenfe, Mrs. Emerson Smith,
Mm. L. E. Walston, Mrs. R. E. Woof
ter, Mrs. Agnes Blount, Mm. Frank
Davis, Jr., Mm. Herbert Hart, Mm.
Mary Lewis Lang, Mm. Dunbar La
Mar, Mrs. Cora Barrett, Mrs. Wil
liam Easley and Mrs. John Stensill.
A quantity of garden flowers were
m lovely arrangement throughout
the home and a mixed bouquet at
daffodils, spina and white tulips was
used on the refreshment table with
lighted tapers fa silver candelabra.
Mm. Emerson Staith served lime
frappe. Cakes, open faced sandwich
es, cookies, ham biscuits, stuffed
dates, nuts and mints were served
Mrs T. E. Jojmer delightfully en
tertained the Garden Club Monday
afternoon at her home in which pan
flies, wisteria and japonic* were used
in decorative arrangements.
The president, fiiss Tabitha M.
OeVisconti, presided and told of the
Garden School program being held
in Raleigh this we*k and of the Na
tional to be held hi
New Orleans, La., m April.
Hf-, WJfr de_
vfeloped by Miss DfVisconti who read
attired i? * brown
white felt hat wi
and her acee
Her shoulder to
?n at white orchids.
Captain Morrison, who served over
TteWorid War II With the Head-1
ment, 325th Medical
Infantry Division. is
Captain and Mrs. Morrison were
entertained, Saturday evening, by itr.
and Mrs. R. M. Hardy, brother and
sister-in-law of the bride, at an in
formal cake cutting at Greenwreath
Park. The table was decorated with
white carnations and plumosa fern
and centered with the tiered weddwc
which waa flanked by pink
fimHiM in crystal holders. Miniature
corsages and boutonmieree were giv
en as favors to the thirty relatives
and intimate friends of the couple, I
who were in attendance.
Following the cake cutting, Captain
and Mrs. Morrison left for a motor!
trip to points at interest in. Virginia
and Western North Carolina. .
Upon their retain, they will be at|
home in Farmville for the present
MISS RACHEL GLOVER
TO WED K. H. PASCHALLj
Wilson.?The following announce
ment has been made:
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland J. Glover,
of Wilson, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Rachel Taylor, to
Edward H. Paschal 1, son of Mri.
Blanche Faschall, of Farmville.
The wedding will take place in
* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Herman
Rouse announce tils marriage' of their
daughter, Annie Laurie, to Ed Lewis
Jonee, of Norfolk, Va., on Sunday,
March 24, at four-thirty o'clock,
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dixon an
nounce the engagement of their sis
ter, Mary Alice Harris, of Farmville,
and Florida, daughter of Mr.
John T. Harris, of St Louis, Mis
souri, and the late Mrs. Vivian Parker
Harris, to Mr. Charles JameeHowell,
of Ocala, Florida.
The wedding will take piece Easter
Sunday at the Emmanuel Episcopal |
David Harris, Jr., celebrated his
sixth birthday, Wednesday afternoon,
with a lawn party at his home. Gaines
and picture-making were enjoyed af
ter which the honoree opened attrac
tive gifts presented him by the 32
young friends attending.
Hie birthday cake centering the re
freshment taUe was gaily decorated
in blue and white add encircled with
sprays of spinea and candy sucker
favors., in Easter wrappings, which
were given each guest
lee cream and individual cakes were
served by David's mother, with Jessie
Mac Carmway and his grawbnother,
Mrs. Louise Harris, assisting.
Out-of-town guests were Patsy and
Sadie Sue Worthington and their
mother, Mrs. Bill Worthington, of
Kineton, and Jeff Jefferson, of foun
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