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Miss Louise Farrioe wii ft'
visitor to W?n?w.
Miss Hsssi Baker has resumed her
teaching duties following a brief ill
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood and sister,
Mrs. Kate Reynolds are spending to
day in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Todd, of Wen
deli, visited Mr. and Mrs. Elbert C.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Eli Joyner, Jr.
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in
Charleston, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Windham and
son, Johnnie, will spend the week end
in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sledge left this
week for Kentucky where they will
visit Mr. Sledge's parents.
Mr. and Mrs: Will Jones, Jr., and
children are spending the week end
with relatives in dThiteville.
Mr. and Mm. F. J. Sledge, of
Louisburg, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Shearin, Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Leroy Parker and children,
of Rocky Mount, visited relatives and
friends here Sunday afternoon.
Mm. G. Komegay spent several
days this week with her daughter,
Mrs. Alfred Smith, in Grifton.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Thompson,
and family, of Windsor, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mizeile.
Mrs. Paul Matheson returned to
Charlotte Monday following a week
end visit with the T. E. Joyner fam
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Paschal^
of Wilson, spent Sunday with Mr.
Pasohall's mother, Mrs. Blanche
Mrs. William Eaaley and Mrs. J.
T. Gurley spent Sunday afternoon
with Miss Jen Eaaley at Peace Col
Miss Corinna Haynes, of Wilson,
and Bud Dixon, of Atlantic Beach,
were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
David T. Harris.
Miss Elsie Nichols, returned to
Washington, D. C, Tuesday after a
short visit with ho- parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Nichols.
Bob Windham left Friday of last
week for Washington, D. C., where
he has accepted a position' with the
Security Storage Co.
J. W. Joyner, R. A. Joyner and
John B. Lewis spent several days of
this week in Washington, D. C., in
the interest of REA.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland 0. Lang, Jr.,
moved Tuesday of last week into
their upstairs apartment in the R. T.
Monk home on Pine street.
Mrs. L. T. Pierce and sons, Lonnie
and Robert, Mrs. Ethel Thornton and
son, Dickie, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. G. H. Pittman in Falkland.
Miss Hilda Perry, of Jacksonville,
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Simpson. Miss Perry is
now employed by Carl V. Venters,
Mrs. A. A. Stewart, Mrs. Boyd
Parker, Miss Easter May Gay and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Genes, of Wil
mington, attended the funeral-of Mrs.
W. G. Gay, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes and
Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Kemp and
daughter, Mies Lola Gray, attended
the funeral of Mrs. Linwood Jordan,
m Creedmore, Tuesday.
Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree, of St
Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. G. Alex
Rouse returned Tuesday from a visit
of several days to Mrs. W. C. Mur
ray, in Washington, D. C.
H. Neal Howard, Lath Morriss,
Dick Harris, Robert Teei, Bob Fiser,
M. E. Dixon, Harvey Winstead and
John D. Dixon' are spending the week
end at the Howard cottage at Naga
Miss Janie Johnston, of Baltimore,
Md., Lt Com. Lucy J. Rumley, of
Washington, D. C., and Robert John
ston and family, of Durham, spent
Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Pearl
Johnston, and other relatives here.
Mrs. May H. Moore, of Fayette
ville, is visiting Mrs. Louise D. Har
ris. Mrs. Moore's daughter, Mrs.
Hampton B. Ellington, and Mr.
Ellington, also of Fayetteville, were
guests of Mrs. Harris Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Rollins, Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn Eason, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Eason. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Baker, Curtis Flanagan, and C. B.
Mashburn, Jr., attended Thursday's
session at the Shrine Ceremonial be
ing held this week in
, ? -vr
those from Farmville at
tending' the May German in
ville Wednesday evening ware Mr.
and Mrs BUI Gamer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Fetteway, Mr. aad Mrs. ~
Allen, Mr. aad Mia. John D. Dixon,
Mr. ?d Mrs. BUI Duke, Mr. and Mrs.
Mey M ?' u|S
8:80 P. M.?Episcopal Auxiliary
meet* in the church with MM*
Helen Smith as host sea.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwania Ouh.
8:00 P. 1L?Presbyterian Auxili
ary masts In the church, for an
nual Birthday obitfVHMa
8:00 P, M.?Y.WA, Baptist, meets
with Mrs. Liawood Brock.
8:80 P. M.?Junior Woman's Club
CANCKLLEB. Final meeting
of the club year will be held
7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M. ? Woodman erf the
8:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
ANNIE PERKINS DAT.
1:00 P. M.?Citizens of Farmville
Community will gather at the
Municipal Paik to honor Miss
Annie Perkins on the completion
of her 60th year of teaching in
Pitt County schools. A short
program will be followed by f
basket picnic dinner.
8:00 P. M.?Wecbveedny Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. Robert
3:15 P. M.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. L. E. Walston.
10:00 A. M.?Hit and Miss Club,
at the Country Club.
3:80 P. M.?Girt Scouts.
7:30 P. M.?Masons.
8:00 P. M.?Piano Recital, Farm
ville High School Auditorium.
3:30 P. M.?B A B Club meets
with Mrs. Frank K. Allen.
8:00 P. M.?Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation meeting, to be followed
with Patriotic Pageant by the
Grammar Grades. This will
mark the official closing of
Democratic Primary Day.
6:30 A. M.-6:30 P. M.?Voting will
take place at the Fire Station,
119 North Main Street
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
Mrs. William P. Easley graciously
entertained at a dessert bridge party,
Thursday evening of last week, in
compliment to Mrs. Alfred H. Lewis,
and Mrs. Roland O. Lang; Jr., recent
brides, and Miss Adelaide Dail, whose
'marriage to Allen Moore Haiyis was
solemnized Sunday afternoon.
Upon arrival of guests, ice cream,
topped with crushed strawberries,
was served with block cake.
A variety of lovely garden bloom,
in shades of red and pink, decorated
the Hokien home, scene of the affair,
and sweetpeas were used cm the re
In the bridge games, played at six
tables, Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner com
piled high score, winning a crystal
bud vase. Mrs. R. T. Williams re
tained the floating prize .an attrac
tive kitchen plaque, and Mrs. Emer
son Smith was given a decorative
tissue box in consolation for low
The hostess presented her honored
guests with gifts, Mrs. Lewis receiv
ing a crystal water set, Mrs. Ling
and Miss Dail, hand painted party
Mrs. T. Eli Joyner, Jr., a recent
bride, was remembered also with a
Highlighting recent social activities
of the younger set here was the love
ly party given, Saturday evening by
Mrs. M. W. Rollins in compliment
to her daughter. Miss Connie Rollins,
on the occasion of her fourteenth
birthday. Members of the cast of the
8th grade play and their directory
Miss Bertha Lang, shared in honors
of the evening.
The lower floor of the D. A..R.
Chapter House was beautifully dec
orated with floor baskets of peonies
and gladioli. Sprays of Dorothy Per
kins roses and lighted pink tapers
were used on the mantels.
For refreshments, guests were in
vited upstairs' to -the banquet hall,
wheye green and white block cream,
individual decorated cakes, mints and
nuts were served from the attractive
ly appointed table, which was cen
tered with a bouquet of mixed flow
ers, flanked by lighted tapem.
. Fruit punch was served throughout
the evening. Assisting the hostess in
directing entertainment and serving
were Mm. Ted L. Albrittoo, Mm. Mac
Carraway and Mm. G. L. Gilchrist.
Dancing was enjoyed until mkbugfat
Forty young friends of I
Mr. and Mm. W. C. Harrell an
birih of art
The lower floor of tin Joyner home,
which wu thrown enftdt* wm baau
tifully decorated with a quantity of
spring flowers in both single and
Gueeta were greeted by like. J. B.
Joyner and introduced to the receiv
ing line by Mia. Robert T. Monk.
This waa i iiiiiiHiamf of the hostesses,
the honcree, her mother, Mrs. Paul
Matheson, of Charlotte, Mrs. Roland
O. Lang, Jr., and Mrs. Alfred H.
Lewis, recent bride*.
Mrs. Earl Modlin, of Portsmouth,
Vs., and Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck directed
the way to the dining room, where
Miss Bettie Joyner and Miss Elisa
beth Davis aetved block cream and
decorated cakes. Mints and nuts
were also served. The refreshment
table, covered with an imported em
broidered linen doth, with lace in
serts, waa eapedally lovely with a
miniature wedding scene arranged
against a background of burning
white tapers and a bouquet of daisies,
feverfew and sweetpeas. The nuptial
colors of green and white were em
phasised both in the decorations and
Assisting in serving were Mrs.
George Wflkerson, Miss Ruth Bis
zelle, and Miss Dorothy Lewis, of
Greenville, Mrs. Joseph Joyner, Miss
Bertha Lang and Mrs. Sam Lewis.
Miss Elisabeth Lang directed gueeta
to the register, which was presided
over by Mrs. Claude Barrett, of
Mis. E. R. CI egg invited guests to
the enclosed porch, where Mrs. Ruel
Tyson, of Greenville, served punch,
and Mrs. Herman Baker, Mrs. Archie
Speight and Mrs. Frank Cooper, at
Kinston, passed potato puffs fat pastel
tints and eheese straws.
Goodbyes were said to Mrs. Elbert
A hundred and fifty guests called
during the hours of 8:30-5:30.
Those from out of town included:
k Mrs. Lindsay Wilkerson, Mrs. T.
A. Person, Mrs. R. B. Starling, Miss
Lelia Higgs, Mrs. J. T. Little, Mrs.
E. E. Rawls and Mrs. J. G. Smith,
of Greenville; Mrs. Marion E. Dail,
of Macclesfield; Mrs. E. S. Powell, of
Reidsville; Miss Hazel Wilkerson, of
Newport News, Vs., and Miss Frances
Winstead, of Elisabeth City.
Miss Novie Capps
To Marry Ensign
Frpnk M. Adams
The following1 invitation has been
received by friends here this weak:
"Mr. and Mrs. William Clinton
Murray request the honour of your
presence at the marring* of their
daughter, Novella Horton Capps, to
Frank Montgomery Adams, Ensign
United States Navy, en Thursday, the
sixth of June, at five o'clock, Beth
lehem Chapel, the Washington. Ca
thedral, in the City of Washington.
"Reception immediately following
the ceremony, the Washingty Club."
The Adams-Cappe wedding will be
among the first" of the June nuptials
to hold especial interest for Fhrm
ville friends as the bride, well known
here as "Novie" is a granddaughter
of Mrs. Dora Horton Keel and a de
scendant of prominent pioneer fam
ilies < of this section of North Caro
lina. She has spent the better part
of every summer in Farmville since
early girlhood and her attractive per
sonality and innate charm have won
for her hosts of friends, who heard
with interest of the betrothal to Mid
shipman Adams in March.
The Tunica Times-Democrat, Tuni
ca, Miss., home town of Midshipman
AdapMfccarried this announcement of
"June's most important nuptial
event was told recently when Mrs.
William C. Murray, of Washington,
D. C., announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of her daugh
ter, Miss Novie Capps, to Midship
man Frank Montgomery Adams, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Adams.
"The wedding which will unite a
member of a prominent and widely
know Tunica family and the lovely
Washington socialite, will be in Beth
lehem Chapel of the Washington
Cathedral en Jqne sixth.
"Miss Capps, the daughter of the
late Frank Capps, of Raleigh, N. C.,
[sad Washington, has visited her
i fleece and his parents on several
nnaelmn and her charming person
Of wife interest to the i
Miaa Adelaide Dail and Alton Moore
Harris, both of Ftamville, which wu
solemnized hi an impressive ceremony
May 12, in "
dty. The Rev. E. R. Ctogg, .
of the bride, officiated la the double |
of greenery for large floor faabkate of'l
white UMea, gladioli, stocks and fever- |
few, and tell atandaxds of
which illumined the nuptial I
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Ray
wood Smith, organist, played a pro
gram at wedding music, including
Andantino, by Lamace, Traumerei, by
Schumann, Schubert's Serenade, Ave
Maria, by Bach-Gounod, and Inter
mezzo, by Provost Mrs. Roland O.
Lang, Jr., soprano, sang If God Left I
Only You, by Dinsmore, nod Because, |
by IPHanMot The traditional wed
ding marches were used. During the
ceremony, the organist softly played
Liebestranm, by Iisst, and Mr*. Lang
sang Lutkin's The Lord Bless You
and Keep Yon aa a benediction.
The bride entered the Church with |
her brother, Daniel Leroy Dail, Jr.,
of Kinaton, by whom she was given in
marriage. She wore a wool gabar
dine suit in the aquamarine shade
and in dressmaker mode. Her white
silk blouse was lace trimmed and ac
cessories were turf tea. Her hat,
which matched the suit, was fashion
ed of ribbon and straw and finished
with a tailored bow. She carried a
prayer bode covered by a white orchid
and showered with white satin' rib
bons. Her only ornament was a
string of pearls, gift of the bride
Mrs. Dorothy D. Thompson, of
Rocky Mount, attended her sister as
matron of honor. She wore a brown
and white coat dress of crepe with a
brown hat in the spring mode and
matching accessories. Her corsage
was of tel toman roses.
John D. Dixon attended his nephew
as best man. Ushers were James
Howard Harris and David Thuman
Harris, brothers of the bridegroom,
Edward S. Dixon, of Atlantic Beach,
uncle of the bridegroom, and Japies
Hines Hardy, of Maury, a cousin of
Mrs. Lanye Hardy Dail, mother of
the bride, was attired in a dress of
blade alpaca. Her corsage was of
. Mrs. Louise Dixon Harris, mother
of the bridegroom, wore a sheer black
dress and a shoulder corsage of red
The bride, a young woman of much
personal charm, la the daughter of
Mrs. Lanye Hardy Dail, of Hooker
ton and Farmville, and the late Daniel
Leroy Dail. She was graduated from
the Hookerton high school, attended
Miss Hardbarger's Secretarial School,
Raleigh, and Jias been a member at
the clerical force of A. C. Monk and
Co., hue./ for several years.
The bridegroom, a son of Mrs.
Louise Dixon Harris and the late
William Howard Harris, was released
recently after serving in the United
States Army for forty months, fif
teen of which were spent overseas in
the European theatre. Prior to mili
tary service, he was employed by the
Liggett and Myers Tobacco Co. Since
returning to Farmville, he has been
associated with Blackwood's Whole
sale Co. here.
Immediately after the ceremony,
the bridal couple left for a wedding
trip to unannounced points. Upon
their return, they will be at home in
Farmville and. will resk^ with the
bride's mother on Contentnea street.
Following the rehearsal, Saturday |
evening, the bridal party and mem-1
ben at tb?
Marvin D. Hunt,
Mount.MIft -at the
Dail home, which
Al ?1 1.
The dining room table waa spread i
with a white embroidered
doth and centered by an ar
nient of white gladioli, roses
fern, flankedby white tapers In crys
tal holders. The tiered wedding cake,
topped with a miniature bride and
groom; was placed at one end of the
table. The bride waa assisted bp Mrs.
Hunt in serving the cake. Mrs. Wil
liam P. Easley served ice cresun in
the traditional bridal colors from the
other mid of the table. Mia. Thomp
son waa assisted in serving grew
and white mints and nuts by her sis
ter, Miss Jane Dail, at Raleigh, and
Mrs. W. H. Moons Jr
_ Oat Of Tow* Guests
Out-of-town guests attending1 the |
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Hurst, of
Durham; Miss Jane Dail, of Raleigh;
Mrs. Dorothy D. Thompson, end Miss
Chrfstine Joyner, of Rocky Mount;
Mrs. Walter Jones, Miss Fiances
Jones, and Mrs. Sterling Gates, at
Kinston; Miss Naami Dell, of Wash
ington; Mr. and Mis. Ik L. Hardy,
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Murphey,
Mrs. James H. Hardy and Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Handy Moye, of Maury;
Mr. and Mis. H. S. Taylor, Harry
Stanton Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Kilpatrick and Mrs. Mattie Dail, of
Hookerton; Mr. and Mrs. Knott Proc
tor, Miss Hannah Proctor, of Green
ville; Mrs. C. T. Dixon, Miss Daisy
Dixon, and Miss Corona Haynes, of
Wilson; Mrs. May Harris Moore and
Mr. and Mrs. Hampton B. Ellington,
Numerous social courtesies have
been extended the popular young cou
ple since announcement of their en-1
gagement early in April.
On Thursday evening, prior to the
marriage, friends entertained the
bridegroom-elect at a stag supper at
Green Wreath Park with Matthew
Gibbe and Jack Horton, of Greenville,
acting as masters of ceremonies.
Mrs. Joseph Warren Parker of this
city announces the engagement of her
daughter, Alice Harper, to John Jack
son McDavid, Jr., of Birmingham,
Miss Parker, a,graduate of Farm
ville High School and Valedictorian
of her class, will graduate from
Greensboro College May 27th. Dur
ing her four years in college she has
been a member of the two college
honor societies, a member of the glee
club and sextette, a member of the
President's Codicil, a senior marshal,
on the staffs of the Echo?college
annual-^-and the Collegian?college
newspaper, selected most nftellectaal
junior, selected for Who's Who hi
American Colleges and Universities,
and president of the Irving Literary
Mr. McDavid, a graduate of Ram
sey High School in Birmingham, has
recently returned to VandeiWit Uni
versity to complete his course in civil
engineering. During three years of
military service, 18 months of which
were Spent in Europe; he served ?? a
lieutenant in the infantry. He is a
member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
The wedding will take place
Mrs. F. T. Cut entertained at a
dinner party, Wednesday evening, in
observance at her husband's birth
day. A center arrangement of mixed
spring flowers graced the dinner
table. Miss Doris Carr and John
Wilkerson shared honors m special
guests. ? i ; 7 -
SETH THEODORE PORTER
candidate poe .
gfe; nTt COUNTY fc|
IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 25, 1946
I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support
[AL BOND ELECTION,
JUNE 4th, 1946
registration books of the Town of Farmville wiB -
Saturdays, May 18th, 25th and June 1st, at 121
for the purpose of registering all unregistered
voters desiring to vote in Special Bond Election, June 4th,
1949.. The hooks w? close at sunset, Saturday, Juno 1st.
At APPIAICMO III
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mute MM.. ? "Line-'em up" stripes to a
pointed peplum. .. lines that slim you to a summery
sylph in the crispest cotton ever to be mated with
Ifiih'lihe lace. Grey, Luggage, Chartreuse or Melon
vrifh ydtite in sizes 9-1
'Tarmville's Shopping Center"
? NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS t ?
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| Schedule For Vaccination:
! MONDAY, MAY 20?Walter Pittman's Farm, 11 to 12:30
! TUESDAY, MAY 21?At Fountain ? 11:00 to 1&30
j THURSDAY, MAY 23?Phillip's Store?11:00 to 12:30
t * FRIDAY, May 24?At Sharp Point ? 11:00 to 12:30
! The Law Requires that ALL DOGS BE VACCINATED.
? The cost is 75c per dog.
[ DR. G. L. GILCHRIST
[ Rabies Inspector for Fountain Township.
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