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: Located in the new Darden Store Building
South Main Street
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES, FRESH
VEGETABLES and QUALITY MEATS.
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Of Your Budget!
It will help to practice some erf the lessons learn
ed in the past few years. Buy only what you need,
and get the best quality you can afford. In the
long run, you'll SAVE ALL WAYS ? and make
your income go further.
Our friendly service in all financial
matters will meet with year com
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to William L. Alex,
City, N. J, at 5:30 o'clock,
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', performed in
copal Church by the $
Holy Trinity Greek (
The Church waa decorated with
ferns and white gladioli.
Mr*. Marguerite Staathars Jones,
organist, presented a program of
nuptial music including, Berceuse, by
a Godard, Pastoral, by Kill^k, Can
labile, by C. Franck, and Melodie in
E Plat, by E. Lemaigre. The tradi
tional wedding marches were used.
Hie bride, given in marriage by her
father, wore a wedding gown of white
i satin made with a sweetheart neck
line and trimmed with seeded pearls.
The bodice had an embosand floral
pattern, which waa embroidered, with
pearls and the long sleeves ended in
points over the hands. Her full leng
th veil fell from a coronet of pearls.
Her only ornament was a strand of
pearls, a gift of the bridegroom.
She carried a heart-shaped bouquet
of white orchids.
Mrs. T. C. Hanzas, a cousin of the
bride, was matron of honor. She
wore a dinner gown of aqua crepe
made with a bodice, which had a
pink floral design. She carried a
bouquet of pate pink roses.
The bridesmaids were Miss Helen
Apostol, of Charleston, S. C., Mies
Maria Mimidis and Miss Helen
Sperakis. They wore similar gowns
of net with fitted bodices, sweetheart
necklines and long sleeves. Miss
Apostol and Miss Spenagia wore blue
and Miss Mimidis pink:* Their mstch
| ing net headdresses were fashioned
with floral halos. They carried bou
quets of pink carnations.
Little Kay Parashes and Mary
Lamprinakos were flower girls. They
were dressed in white net with
matching headdresses like those erf
Nick Peterson, godfather oif the
bride, was best man. Ushers were
George Peterson, brother of the bride,
Jimmy and Gregory Peterson, cousins
[of the bride.
The bride's mother wore a dinner
gown of rose crepe and an orchid cor
The stepmother of the groom was
gowned in a navy blue ensemble and
I she wore an orchid also at her
After the ceremony, a formal din
ner was held at the city auditorium.
The table was centered with a large
wedding cake decorated with red and
pink roses and topped with a minia
ture bride and groom.
Miss Lena Seremites sang, Be
cause, and a Greek selection, Karm
oia, with Mips Prosene'Morris at the
Following the dinner, the couple
left for a wedding tour of Florida.
For traveling, the bride changed to
a navy ensemble with white ac
The Fountain School Seventh (mh
was in Raleigh recently to visit the
State Museum, the Hall of History,
the Capitol, The Mtav8 and Observer,
and other plaees of interest. They
were accompanied by lira. Herman
Baker, principal, Caraon Dflda, Pat
Owens, and f. M. Horton.
Students were ^illy Morgan, Guy
Dllda, Robert B. Owens, Jimmy Hor
ton, Harvey Lee Webb, Billy Jooee,
R- P. Speight, Jamee Earl Williams,
Alexander Owens, J. C. Edwards,
Betty Lee Owens, Geraldine Parker,
Loia Galloway, Clarice Caay, Grace
NorviHe, Betsy Owens, Isicflle Baker,
Charlotte Mosley, Anne Moore, and
Beth Baker. 'W
ELKS STATE CONVENTION
(By A Archibald Joyner)
The 26 th animal meeting of the
N. C. State Association of the Im
proved Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks at the World will con
vene in Winston-Salem, beginning at
9:30 o'clock, Tuesday morning1, at
which time officers and delegates will
The public program will start at 8
o'clock P. M,, followed by a banquet,
in Goler Memorial Methodist Church.
Honorable J. Finley Wilson, Grand
Exalted Ruler, of Washington, D, C.,
will be in attendance.
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'cloclc,
the public session of the Civil Liber
ties Department will be held, with
J. Archibald Joyner, State Director,
ifl charge. At 8 o'clock P. M., the
annual oratorial contest will be held
with_Prof. R. J. Johnson, State Direc
tor of Education, in tharge. The
Grand Ball will follow the oratorial
I contest. Music will be furnished by
I Steve Samuel and his orchestra. -
Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, the
Grand Parade will begin, followed by
the annual baseball game at 4 o'clock.
The famous Pond Giwits Vs East
Carolina's All Stan. J. N. Whiter
Statp-Director of Athletics, will be in
charge of the contest
The largest attendance in the his
tory of the Association is anticipated.
L. E. Reynolds, of Greensboro, is
State President and Mrs. Letitia
Smith, of Hickory, State Daughter
Delegates from Local Units.
James W. Tayloi-*ad John P. Mor
phy, alternate, will represent Calu
met Lodge, No. 273.
Mrs. Clara Vines and Mrs. Viola
Hope, alternate, will represent True
Light Temple No. 222.
Mrs. Mary J. Moore, 2nd vice presi
dent of the Daughter^ Association,
will also represent the Past Daugh
ter Rulers Council of Parmville, and
Joe Blount, Inner Guard, of the State
Association will attend.
The Civic League w(ll have a Flag
Day Program on the 9th of June.
. '^?Ie H.C.A. Club met at the home
of C. Walker on S. Walnut St, Sum
The Macedonia Baptist Church
Mission Circle met at the home -of
Mrs. Esther Jefferson, Sunday after
A lot of Misses haven't missed as
much as you think they hava
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Ifs National Cotton Week at Belk:Tyler?s
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Large variety of styles for Juniors, Misses
and i Women. Dresses with personality,
styled with smart flattering details in a
variety of New Shades ... Plaids, Solids,
and Lovely Floral Patterns, Such Crisp
Cotton Dresses as these give you that fresh
cool look you crave on melting days....
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? NOVELTY STYLES
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"FABMVUXPS SHOPPING CENTER"
FRED I. FREEMAN
Greenville.?Fred I. Freeman, 67,
died at the home of Arthur Harris
here Tuesday 111011111)8'after several
Funeral services wore held at the
heme of Peyton Boyce, 210 South
Main- Street in Farmville, Wednesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial
in Hollywood cemetery. N
Mr. Freeman was a native of Le
noir County. He moved to Pitt Coun
ty several yean ago.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Betty
Freeman; four foster children, Ar
thur Harris of Greenville, Mrs. M. I*
Pridgen of Snow Hill, Tyron Harris
of Fountain and Jdsse Harris of New
port News, Va.; three sisters, Mrs.
Silas Lane of Norfolk, Va., Mrs.
Aaron Nichols of Farmville and Mrs.
Ray Tyson of Fayetteville; throe
brothers, W. L. Freeman of Farm
ville, A. Freeman of Greenville^' and
Toby Freeman of Watha.
Here's-* fair warning: The picnic
season ia aet what ft used to be.
The School of Nursing of the Goldsboro
Hospital is now receiving applications for the
1946 Class which will commence September
1st. Modern Nurse's Residence, Classrooms
If you are interested in nursing as a profession, and
have completed or will complete a high school <
or before the above mentioned date, communicate
atety with the Superintendent of Nurses,
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