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Mr*. Coriane Stilley visited Maul
in BaMgh last week end.
.Smith will spam
Ma W, J. BoUina Is much improv
ed following s meant iltnoaa.
Mi*. Hnmy Harper has retained
from a visit in Rhhmond. Vs.
John B. Lewis spent severs! days
of this week in Richmond Vs.
Mrs. Helen Horton left
for n short boainaee trip to
Mia Pearl Johnston is reportad im
proving following s ten day illness.
Mia W. H. Moore, Jr., and daught
er, Nancy La. will vend Saturday in
Mia G. E. Beckmaw, Jr., and Mrs.
B. O. Taylor were Goldsboro visitors,
Mia R. A. Fields and Mia John
King were Rocky Mount visitors,
Mia George Edwards and Mia A.
J. Harrell, of Snow Hill, were visitor*
Carl Joyner and eon, Gail, Jr., of
Charlotte, spent last week end with
Mrs. C. C. Joyner.
Mies Agnes Virginia Quinerly, stu
dent at Salem College, will spend the
week end at home.
Mr. qpd Mr*. Robot M. Johnston,
of Durham, spent last week end with
Mia Pearl Johnston.
Mr. and Mra Bill Moye, of Alliance,
will be week and guests of Mr. end
Mrs. W. Jesse Moye.
Geoffrey McLean, of Charlotte, is
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Tuntage. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Hewitt, of
Kinston, visited Mr. and Mra Milton
Eason, Sr., Wednesday. I
Mr. and Mia Ben Lewis and daugh
ter, Eva May, Bpent several days of
last week in New York.
Mr. and Mra Will Jones, Jr., and
children visited relatives in Rocky
Mount last week end.
C. G. Rollins, of Raleigh, was the
overnight guest of his mother, Mrs.
W. J. Rollins, Tuesday.
Mrs. D. M. McQueen, of McColl, S.
C., Visited Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Coates
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Miss Agnes Melton, student at
Campbell College, is spending Easter
holidays at her home here.
Tommy Lang and Bill Monk, stu
dents at Carolina, will spend the
week end at their homes here.
Mrs. Hubert Taylor and daughter,
Jo, of Wilson, were guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. John D Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. I* A. Moreadith and
children, of Wilmington, visited Mr.
and Mrs. B. O. Taylor, Saturday.
Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mashburn are
leaving Monday to spend the summer
at their home in Black Mountain.
Mr*. lily Cooke, of Stantonshurg,
spent several days of last week with
her daughter, Mrs. Robert Fields.
Mr*. J. L. Rumley, of Greenville,
will spend Sunday and Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Moore, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lee and Mr*.
Ante Lee, of Greenville, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mi*. Gordon Lee.*
Mis. Charles M. Duke, Miss Fian
cee Howard and Mrs. Arthur F. Joy
ner woe Raleigh visitore?Tueeday.
Mrs. J. W. Joyner is spending this
week in Durham, where she is re
ceiving treatment at Duke Hospital.
Friends will regret to leam that
Eddie Carraway .is confined to his
home due to pleurisy complications.
Norris Lee Eason, student at Oak
Ridge Military Institute) arrived home
Wednesday to spend Easter holiday*.
Miss Lee Carraway, of Fayetteville,
will spend Easter week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Carraway.
Mrs. Melton Allen, Mrs. Elisabeth
Hardy, Ml*. C. H. Mozingo, Mrs. J.
C. Brock, Jr., were Kinston visitors,
R. T. Norville*visited Mr. and Mm.
Bill Eason in Rocky Mount and Mr.
Mrs. E. Y. Lovelace in Crisp,
Mra C. H. Mozingo, Mm. J. C.
Brock. Jr., Mm. Elisabeth Ham y* and
Mrs. F. T. Carr were Greenville visi
Mr. and Mia Fred C. Moore, of
Butterworttv, Va, will arrive today to
spend the weak end with Mra George
E. Moore, Sa ; , ,
Miss Margaret Coatee, student at
E.C.T.C., who is recuperating from a
will bo at home for
Mr. and Mra Earl Modlin and
daughter, Barbara, of Portemout
Va, will spend Easter week end with
E. W. Holmes are
8:80 P. M.?garden Club meets
with Mm. J. A. Mew born.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club.
8:00 P. M.?Circle 2] Presbyterian
Auxiliary, meets with Mrs. Har
ry Harps*. ^
8:80 P. M?Mrs. W. Jesse Mops
and Mm. Howard D. Mope will
be bridge hostesses at the Coun
try Club in compliment fee their
sister-in-law, Mrs. George C.
Moye, of Forest Hills, N .Y.
8:45 P. M.?Merry Matrons Meet
7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club. *
7:00 P. M. ? Woodmen of the
7:80 P. M. ? Postwar Planning
8 KM) P. M.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. W. E. Joyner.
8:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
3 KM) P. M.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. W. Alex
3:00 P. M.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt
10:00 A. M.?Hit and Miss Club
at the Country Club.
3:00 P. M.?Parent-Teacher As
3:80 P. M.?Girl Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?Masons.
8 KM) P. M.?Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner
will entertain at bridge, honor
ing Mrs. Roland O. Lang, Jr.,
recent bride, and Miss Adelaide
3:30 P. M.?B A B Club meets
with Mm. T. S. Ryon.
7:00 P. M.?Junior Class, of the
Farmville High School, will have
dinner and Prom at the Country
8:00 P. M.?Loyal Woman's Class,
Christian, meets with Mrs. R. G.
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
1:00 P. M?Mrs. Marvin V. Jones
and daughter, Miss Anne Jones,
will be hostesses for an informal
party, in honor of Mrs. Roland 0.
Lang, Jr., and Miss Adelaide Dail.
1:00 P. M.-t?Mrs. John D. Dixon and
Mrs. rfubert Taylor, of Wilson,
will give rehearsal party at the
home, of the former, honoring their
sister, Miss Mary Alice Harris, and
Mr. Charles James Howell, whose
marriage will je solemnized Sun
day afternoon at Emmanuel Epis
copal Church. \
Chief Petty Officer George O. Dail,
[J.S.N., left Monday to return to the
tfaval Repair Base, San Diego, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell,
rr., and daughter, Madeline Harrison,
it Kins ton, are spending today, Fri
iay, with Mrs. Dpra H. Keel.
Mrs. Thomas Crenshaw, of Colum
bia, S. a, Mr. and Mrs. John Baker
md son, of Mew Bern, will spend the
veek end with Mrs. J. I. Baker. ?
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gardner and
family, of Smithfield, and J. I. Man
ning, of Ayden, were week end guests
it Mr. and Mis. R. T. Norville.
Seamen 2/c George R. Smith, Jr.
and John C. Thompson, who are both
stationed at Camp Peary, Va., spent
last week end at Smith's home here.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Moye and
ion, Billy, of Forest Hills, M. Y., will
arrive today for a ten day visit with
Mr. Moyefa mother, Mrs. Esteile G.
Mrs. J. C. Brock,, Jr., Mrs. F. T.
Carr, Mrs. Elizabeth Handy, Mrs.
Melton Allen and Mrs. Claude Tyson
were Wilson visitors Thursday eve
Lt. and Mrs. David E. Ogleeby, Jr.,
tod daughter, Kay, are spending the
Easter holidays with Mrs. W. J. Ted,
after which they will return to More
Mrs. Kate Reynolds, of Greenville,
and R. W. Detwiler, of New.Yerk, N.
Y, divisional manager of Avon Prod
ucts, were dinner guests of Mrs. J.
Flora Dean Johnson, Mar
Bynum, Jane Tumage and
for the Ranter wnek end."
M'? ElMMJ* "*/v? ?***? '??! t
Mr. and Mrs. David Harris, Mr
and Mis. Paul Allen and Milton
Eaaon, Jr., spent the week end in
Newport News, Vjl, guests of Mr.
?s. Wilson. Tugwell.
?dlfa.E. 8. Cl? ??
L. Thorpe, of Rocky
Arthur F. Joyner, Hn. W. S. Roys
tei and Mrs. H. H. BnAn, Jr.
Mr*. Nor* Wood and son, Rober .
and Paul Edward*, of Ocean View,
Vs.. and Mia. Madge Winders and
?on, Dick, of Wake Foreat, were
guests of Hal Winds** during tfee
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Hunt and
family, of Durham, and Miss Jane
Dafl, Cadet nune at Rex Hospital,
Raleigh, spent last week end with
Mrs. Hunt's and Miss Dail's mother,
Mrs. Layne Dafl.
Mrs. D. W. Taylor, of Snow Hill,
who has just returned from a visit
with her daughters in Edenton, Nor
folk, Vs., end Washington, D. C., is
now spending noma time with her
sister, lbs. C. C. Joyner.
Pfc. and Mrs. Albert B. Newborn
and eon, Bonnie, have returned from
Camp Gordon Johnson, Fla., Pfc.
Mewborn having been transferred to
Fort Eustis, Va. Mrs. Mewborn and
Bennie are visiting her mother, Mrs.
W. J. Teel, here.
Miss Tabitha M. DeViscontd, Mrs.
Ada Wood, Mrs. E. F. Gaynor, Mrs.
R. W. Rader and Mn J. T. Thome
spent Thursday at Camp Lejenna to
view the azalea plantings which this
week are in their prime. This is the
first time the damp has been official
ly open to the public.
Haywood Smith, Curtis
R. L. Maiming, Robert fields, Edgar
Barrett, Will Jones, Jr., and R. L.
Joyner attended the Eastern N. C.
Firemen's Association meeting held
Tuesday in Plymouth. Several local
firemen plan to att&d the State Fire
School which will be held next month
Among those spectating at the
Farmville-Wilson golf matchee, Sun
day afternoon, in Wilson, were Mrs.
R. E. Pickett, Mrs. Charles M. Duke,
Mrs. Lowell Liles, Mrs. B. O. Taylor,
Mrs. Frank Allen, Mrs. H. H. Brad
ham, Miss Sarah Leigh Taylor, Miss
Frances Howard, Mrs. W. S. Royster,
Mrs. R. V. Fiser, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Hedgepeth, Mrs. M. V. Jones, Mrs. A.
F. Joyner and Mrs. S. A, Roebuck.
Mr. and Mm. Ted L. Albritton and
Mr. and Mrs. James Y. Monk, Jr., j
were hosts for ma enjoyable meeting
of the Supper Club, Saturday, at the
Country Club, haying as special
guests ,Dr; and Mrs. John M. MeW
born, Mrs. diarlee M. Duke, Mr. and
Mrs. Lath Monies, Hal Winders, Mr.
and Mrs. R. E. Pickett, Mr. and Mrs.
George M. Allen and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Horton, Mr.' and Mrs. Bob Lang,
The tables were attractively deco
rated with Easter baskets and mixed
arrangements of snowballs, robes,
narcissus and iris. A chicken bar
becue supper was served.
Dancing was afterwards enjoyed.
Mrs. Howard D. Mo ye graciously
entertained the Junior Woman's Club
Tuesday when Mrs. Roderick Harris
and Mrs. Allen Drake were preeenf
as special guests. *
Highlighting the. afternoon's pro
gram Was a splendid 'review given by
Mrs. W. P.. Burnette of the bock,
"The Young Jefferson," by Claude
Bowers, and an mtereeting article,
from Clubwoman magazine, "The
Days of Transition," by Charles Gray,
presented by Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver,
the latter dealing with placing of re-'
leased service men in suitable jobs.
The Easter motif was effectively
carried in the refreshment appoint
ments. Scoops of varied colored jello
served on lettuce formed Easter egg
nests and toasted cheese sandwiches
were rolled to resemble call* lilies.
Potato chips, pickles end hot coffee
were, also served.
Roses and weigelia decorated the
H olden home in which the meeting
TO ATTEND NUPTIALS
' , *4
The following relativee and Mends
leave today to attend the Joyner
wedding which will be
on Saturday evening,
April 20, at 7:80 o'clock, In the Sec
ond Presbyterian Church, Charleston,
8. C.: ?.< *'
Mrs. T.E. Joytver, Sr., Mias Verona
Las Joyner,. Mr. and Mn. Robert T.
Monk, Bill Mortem, Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Horton, of Green villa Means. Mor
ton and Horton will be groomsmen.
Mr. Holmes will assist in the musical
The bridegroom-elect, T. Eli Joy
ner, Jr., left Thursday to attend pre
nuptials tendered the couple.
The Episcopal Altar Guild held a
business sassiest hi the home of Mrs.
R. C. Copenhaver, Tuesday evening,
with lbs. John D. Dixon, directress,
presiding and opening the meeting
with prayer followed by the creed.
It was anneanod that Andrew Con
nery, photographer, who has been
coming to FannsUle under sponsor
ship of this organisation, has can
celled spring appoihtments here, doe
to ill health.
For the convenience of mothers of
young children who otherwise would
be unable to attend the 11 o'clock
church services, the Lovelace Class of
the Sunday School is sponsoring a
nursery for the tiny tots^ during this
hour. Miss Etna Lewis who has vol
unteered as supervisor will be as
sisted by representatives from the
Bell Bennett and Young Beople's
This new plan will begin Easter
Mm. A, C. Monk, Jr.,
at a lovely meeting ot the Lamrad
Club WlihmHiy afteri
as special guests her Mster-in-law,
Mrs. Roland O. Lang. Isf-A
bride, Mrs. T. 8. Ryon and Mrs.
Mrs. Tad Albrttton won Ugh
sard for Hie three progressives of
play and the bride was remembered
with a gift at Blue Grass toiletries.
Roses, iris and narcissus wars used
in artistic arrangements en occasion
al tables. Upon arrival of members
d guests, the hostess served 1
Orele 1, of the Presbyterian Aux
iliary, held its initial meeting of the
new church year on Monday after
noon in the home of Mrs. B. F.
Mrs. George B. Moore, the new
chairman, presided. Other officers
are Mrs. Weaver, co-chairman; Mrs.
L. T. Pierce, secretary-treasurer;
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, teacher of Bible.
The Bible Study trpic for the aft
ernoon, "Starting Anew," was based
on Scripture from the Book of Isaiah.
Mis. M. E. Pollard discussed Chris
tian Education. Her subject was
"Wanted?Christian Landers for To
morrow." ' ' ,
After adjournment, the hostess
served a dessert course. Mrs. F. T.
Carr attended aa a special guest.
BUT "SAVINGS BONDS" NOW !
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work with one quidk-drying coit. Easy
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Farmville Furniture Go.
The crowning glory of your Easter outfit . . . yew Easter
Boanet! Hew youU love the little calet with flue ear-muffs
made of blossoms ? the shiny straw, postilion sailor ? the
forward tilted, rose be-decfced pillbox and the straw circlet
with the gardenias whispering in your ear. Yes, yeuH love
them all and they're all right here awaiting yoar oelectiaa.