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ins from a. ferw days tidnem.
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Little BOtts Tripp, of Greenville,
is visitor fate sunt, lire. 3. B. Briley.
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Mr. sad Mrs. R. G. Baffin will
spend the week end in Rocky Mount.
Mrs. Frank Davis, Jr., and Mrs. Jj.
E. Waktan spent Thursday in Ral
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Mrs. E. C. Beaman has returned
from a visit with relatives in Snow
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Mr. Md Mm A. W. Bobbitt spent
the weak Md with relatives in Palmer
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Mrs. Alfred Lewis has accepted a
position with A. C. Monk Enter
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Mrs. J. M. Ctetetman, of Kinston,
spent Tuesday tegfct with Mies Tab),
tha M. DeViscontL
Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Joyner and
daughter, Pat; spent Saturday in
Durham and Raleigh.
Mrs. Jelm T. Walston, Mrs. a C.
Hedgepeth and children were Green
ville visitors, Thursday.
Miss Agnes Virginia Quineriy, stu
dent at Salem College, is si
the week end at her home1
Mrs. L. E. Flowers, Mrs. J. T.
Windham wad Miss Delphi* Paster
were Raleigh visitors, Saturday.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Long of Eden
ton were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Whiter B. Jones and family.
Mrs. George Wflterson ami neptawy
Steve Wtffcerson, of GreenviHe, spent
Sunday with Mrs. S. G. Canker.
Miss Adelaide Dail, Miss Frances
Howard and Mrs. Carol Modi in were
Rocky Moant visitors, Wednesday.
Miss Bertha Lang and Mre. R. C.
Copenh&ver returned Thursday night
from a week's trip to New Yolk.
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Bill Pollard' returned to Davidson
College Monday after a few days
spring holidays spent at his home
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lewis and daugh
ter, Eva May, and Mre. Stella Shear
in visited relatives in Rocky Mount,
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Mr. and-Mrs. R. D. Rouse, Sr., and
Mr. and Mre. R. D. Rouse, Jr., spent
the week end in Greensboro with
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Miss Elizabeth Lang, of Jktrmville
and Roanoke Rapids, attended the
State Teachers meeting held in Ashe
ville last Week.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Briley, Mrs. R.
J. Warnwright, Mrs. J. B. Davis and
lbs. Herman Baker were Richmond,
Vs., visitors, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Garner spent
Tuesday in Richmond, Vs., where Mr.
r was on a baying trip for the
Duke-Garner Co., here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. ii. camion ana
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Salisbury o#
Ayden, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Davis, Jr.; Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Babil, of Wel
doo. are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Gorge S. Thomas, and Mr. Thomas,
at their home on Pine street. -
Mrs. E. N. Petteway left Thursday
of last week for m visit with relr
tives in Lakeview, S. C. She is
Tasted home during the weak end.
Mis. Margaret Brttt and aon, Sid
ney, and Miss May Johnson, of
Ayden, were guests of Mis.
Doris, Jr., and Mrs. Agnes Btosnt,
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Charles Blount Quineriy, Tommy
Lang, Cabot Monk and Grayden
Lite, students at the University of
Worth Carolina, spent the
at their reapaetiv
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Bishop W. W. Pfcde, of'
V*, and Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Grant,
of Bodty Mount,
?day of Bee.
Mrs. E. B. Clegg.
Jy moved their
N. G, where Mr. Luptoi
3:30 P. M.?Woman's Society of
Christian Service meets in the
7:30 P. M. ? Worker's Council
Methodist, meets with Rev. ao4
Mrs. B. R. Clegg.
?'wiOflEta. John T. Thome.
6:30 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M3 ? VbotMM el the
8:00 P. M.?Boy Scoots.
3:00 P. M<?Wednesday Afternoon
Clab meets with Mrs. James Y.
3:15 P. M.?New Deal Club meets.
10:00 A. M.?Hit and Miss Club,
at the-Coeatry Ctob.
2:30 P. M. WmiavPtu Heme Dem
3:80 P. M.?Giri Scouts.
7:0# P. M.?ftartvffle 4-H dab.
7:30 P. M.?Masons. 1
? Friday, 13
1:00 A. M. ?Pre-School Clfaie,!
Farmville High School. . ' .
8:30 P. M.?B A B Club meets*
I with Mrs. C. S. Hotchktas.
10:00 A. M.?Bird Chib.
3:00 P. M.?Major May Chapter;
D. A. R, meets in the- Chapter
Geo rye S. TTiomas recently pee
chased the former home of Dr. C. G
Joyner, on OoadeeSaW stseot. Mr
Thomas states that he hepea to move
his family Into their new homo in thi
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Representing the Rebecca Win
bourne Chapter, U. D. C., at the aw
i#> meeting of District Eleven ir
Wekion, Tuesday, were Mrs. R D
Rouse,-Mrs. W. M. Willis, Mrs. J
. Parker, Mrs. F. M. Davis, and
Mrs. B. S. Smith. .
Friends regret to leant of the sod
den illness of Mrs. Albert Jones wh<
suffered a stroke Tuesday. Hai
daughters, Mrs. Archie Pridgen, ol
Portsmouth, Va., Mrs. J. L. Mount
castle, of Weidoin, and Mrs. Charlie
Gray, of Robersonville, are here tc
be with her.
J. Berry Taylor, who for the pas
rive tnanths has beat receiving treat
meat at the Veterans Hospital, Boa
noke, Va., will retain to his home hen
doing the week. end. Mrs. Taylor
Mies Lossie Reddep Smith, Jesse am
William Smith visited Mr. Tayloi
there a few day* last
Mies Rosemary Holmes, student a!
Limestone College, Gaffaey, S. C.
is leturaed after spending thi
spring holidays here with her pa
ate, Rev. end Mrs. E. W. Holmes
The T iiiimUsm choir, of which Misi
Holmes is a member, will begin or
Monday, April 8, a week's tour o
South Carolina cities. Miss Holmei
is among die soloists of the chot
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. McCleee, o
fetambia and sea, Jamaa Henry, wfar
has recently been discharged afte
four yearn amy Service, spent i
eral days this week in the home o:
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck. Ac
rompaaied by Mrs. J. M. Waid, Sr.
Mrs. Math W. Joyaer and Pat Joy
ner, they spent Monday fn Middles
visiting friends, and Tuesday
Greenville, with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. G. Ashby Wi
wfll lswe Aprfl 18
Ga, where Dr.
surgery, at St Joseph's Infirmary
Dr. Winstead who has been on th
staff of Park View Hospital, Rock
Mount, dncd February 1, plans
in Atlanta a little over ?
mA.Iili. 1 wall tiiLi.. t
jpnpr* wipBr $0 Wm reuini t
Farm vine .
Carolyn* Roebuck celebrated h
twelfth birthday last week with
The meddfag <*?!*?? Butiar ami
Mr. Life riMeepread in
Bay Butlir, fa
pastor of the
by relatives and intimate friends.
The vow* ware spoken' befire as
improvised altar ftn* wkteh ferns
formed a back|l?aat Pedestal
baskets of wMtT gfadteli. lift an*
spirea, flank* by floor standards
bearing cathedral candles, made a
lovely settfag for the bridal Ubleauj
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Edna
Barton RobinsoiC af Milledgeville,
played Liebestranm, by Liaat, and
Mrs. Clifford Brown sang Because,
by d'Handalot, and I Love You, by
Grieg. Eftrellita, by Ponee, was
I softly played during the ceWmony,
'and Lutkln's Benediction was render
ed at the chrie by Mm. Brown, Mm.
John Dwight Holmes, of Port Worth,
Teaa* sister of the Mite, and Elbert
?C. Holmes, of Fuwvfila. lite tradi
tional wedding marches wan Used.
MHO Louise Farrior, of Mfarwr
and Farmville, attended tite bride eg
[maid of honor and preceded bar down
the stairway. She was' attired in a
suit of brawn wool and worn a yellow
felt hat with brawn trim salt'match
far accessories. Her sh*M? cor
sage was of yellow oiteMds.
Hie bride, deecending tite stair,
was mSS by the bridegroom and his
heat man, A. C. Monk, Jr., pf Farm
ville, a brother-in-law. She wore m
soil of pastel blue wool wittf navy
cesaories and a modish spring hat'
of'Straw and horsehair baaid fa the
darker blue shade. Her drily "orna
ment was a pendant necklace, a gift
of the bridegroom. She carried a
.jbbuquet of gafeadafe, tied with white
satin ribbon and centered -with a
Following the ceremony, Mrs. John
Dadgfat Holmes entertained inform
ally at a reception fa the home of
Mrs. Butler. The dining room tabic
waa aprepd with a white emtaNMar
ed cloth and decorated with a crys
tal bowl of white flowers flanked by
white candles fa crystal candelabra.
Close friends of the bride aarieted
the hostess fa serving bridal ices,
salted nuts and mints, and assisted
the bride fa cutting and serving the
tiered wedding cake, which was top
ped by a miniature bride and groom.
The couple left afterwards for a
motor trip to Florida. Upon their
return, they will be at home fa Farm
Mrs. Lang; gifted musically, and a
young woman of much personal beau
ty and charm, is the daughter of
Henry Scott Butler, of Milledgeville,
and the late Mrs. Butler. She was
graduated from Georgia State Wom
an's College. She haa lived fa Farm
ville for the pent several years and
holds g. position with A. C. Monk ft
Mr. Lang is the son of Mr. and
Mm Roland Octavius Lang, Sr., of
Farmville. He attended Davidson
College. He was released fa Feb
ruary of this year from military ser
vice, having held the commission of
Cagfafa fa fee United States Army,
89 3rd Infantry, 99th Division. He
waa commissioned in October, 1942,
Tfcaatrfe for 1* mtofea.- He is aada
dated with his father fa the mercan
* Joyner gractauly
special gueet, Mrs. Ben Lang, Tues
day afternoon at her honker
Spring garden flowersvw##- seed
in decorating and
t, the refreshment tshias Pudge cake
WaawWrirtwith coffee prior to the
^n#t hosteaa M__ W
pmeast with a bcdtfa of p?*
memento of her recent Florida trip.
High score prize, a novelty lapel pin,
was won by Mrs. Arthur P. Joyner.
n aSed' ia f
Ifaft W. li.
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I on "ftlte
her thoughts en Virginia PnCwHt's
------ - Tomorrow.
from President Monroe's
of the Monroe PunUinei duairtMng
the "de?ar IMpftlniter," ?ft| Big
Stick," and various Inter-American
nfterthcer to the development of
NetgNtor PeHef. Sheeted
ed'thdt in hef opiiSon llhseel! Ba*ett
pertln "MytWtt-y- S** ?? clM*
bolized and carried forwev* by ttte
AtMriHNt PIeg, and suggests the
secret of American future will be
spirmiai awuairnjf, KnOwifOgv or
CM and faratherW in atf WMk.
In closing Ste*? IMriftna read sslec
tiosu from "My Country." "After
adjounUMKt the hfistew, assisted by
Miss Edna Rdbttum and* Ml*. J. L
Morgan, Jr., served congealed salad,
sandwiches and iced the Ham bfc
cults, nuts afid candies ware passed:
Special guests were: Ml*. R. W.
Radef, Ml* T. %. Davte and Mlis
Edna Rbi lnMw
cntfWw groups sttarr
The Womtf'a Couratt of the Chris
tian Church met'to regular *w?*
this week, holding bttstoeas Mesions,
basing programs on Hidden Answys
from The World CW1
plana for the Council's Easter Week
of Prayer. k
Group 1 met with the assistant
chairman, Mrs. Louise Harns^Tues-1
}? ^"devotional. Ice cream
cookies were served.
, The Loyal * Womfo's Class of the
Christian Sander School enjoyed a
. i. .. ? ? ?T m wlum
Coca-colas, cookies and nuts were
? The Y.W.A., Baptist, Md it's re|
|ar meeting, Monday efWtog, in the
aiffv <?' mfitUtur
M, carried the ring- to Mia
. rhymed veAe an
wedding for tha m-mtl
i wore assisted by Mrs
. MfS. Layne Hail
of Hie MUdo eieet, and Mrs
Louisa Harris, mother of the grown
elect, who wen remembered wttl
camellia corsages. Oat of towi
gveata wen Mia. Mlly Thompson
sitter of the bride^ect, and Miai
Teeny Joyner, both of Rocky Mount
In the Uvea progressions of play
a* - ?to - w T 11 i r iisi ? I. ft ? J Vi^L m-w
MTB. W? ?i> JO/uW SCOroa will
nteg * Phir of decorative swans, and
Mrs. Carroll Ogiaaby, second high
The hnatiaam irmartart the few
one with gifts of china inher choser
pattern end a sfemldbr damage, fash
loped of emndllw mrf ^le|| mier
- - ? ,if-r! '-n?
Twenty-five Firmville golfers wen
in Plymouth tor tournament piaj
Wednesday at which time the ho?1
team triumphed, dufeating our mei
by a score of 47-18.
Low aoodpr for the locals wen
brought in by Lilae, 81, Boyster, 84
dhd Joytier, 90. Farmville golfer!
Will play In Wilson next week. James
If. Monk will serve as Captain. Or
Wednesday, April 17, Farmville will
be boat to the Wilson team. Robert
Bouse will be in charge of arrange
a potato to
an'* Club on the
?ffor Hie second troop,
ed their Tendarfopt pins by the Club.
It wag announced that annual re
ports have been sent to State Fed
eration headquarters and that the
" Mrs. John 1L Mewbom. program
chairman, pit?itsd ah bar -(nest
speaker, T. Eli Joyner,
of h& experiences in the navy and
with nap illustration outlined the
tour of duty in the Pacific by the
Dee trover Escort John C. BuUer, on
which he served as Untenant.
Spring flowers were used In deco
rating and after adjournment, hot
coffee, sandwiches, cookies, ? pickles
Mrs. J. D. Owens and Miaa Neva
Owens, gmnduwther and aunt of
Bruce Neal TugWell, observed - the
birthday of their grandson and nep
hew, Wednesday, April 8, with a din
The table, loaded with an abartd
ance of good food, waa contend 'with
the gleaming cake and a lovely ar
rangement of spring flowers.
The Seven Pines Home Demonstra
tion Club met Tuesday, March 26,
with Mrs. Clifton Ellis as hostess
and the president, Mrs. Joe Jones,
" There were seventeen meinbere
present. Mrs. W. L. Freeman was a
Visitor and Mis. Jasper Morgan join
ed the club. Mrs. Ichabod Allen, a
Family life leader, gave a very ia
tereeting talk an this subject.
During the recreation period group
singing waa enjoyed after which the
hostess served refreshments. ?? j
BUT "SAVINGS BONDS" NWV !
"rc*** iiiMlB>r~n*l i if *' ,ti.
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Lenten Services aft being held
Mb Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
It St Elizabeth's Catholic Chttfth.
Ftather Timothy Shannon, of Tar
teft, WIH be swat speaker this
The public is tested,
NtthhB OT THANKS
L -v iu ? ? ? ALi' ' -
I wish to expnaa my aincere ap
preciation to the Mayor, members of
he Town Council, and to the many
>ther friends who were so thought
ful and kbid daring my fllneaa.
?J. Berry Taylor.
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