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Mrs. Cortane Stiltay
this week in Durham.
Mrs. Harry Harper Is
?rat days in Richmond, Va. . "y*r
Mr. and Mrs. R. LsRoy'Ronias wen
Goldaboro visitorj, Monday.
Mr. mid Mr*. George All* apanl
last week end at Virginia Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bnadham wen
visitors in Rocky Mount, Thursday.
Mrs. J. T. Bundy spent last week
end in Green sea, S. G, with relatives.
Mrs. Jasper R. Jones is a patient
at Speight-Stone clinic in Rocky
Mrs. Jack Gates, of New Orleans,
La., is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. C.
Mrs. J. L. Rumley, of Greenville,
spent the week end with Mrs. B. 0.
Mrs. Arthur P. Joyner left Thurs
day for a visit to relatives in More
R. T. Norville visited his niece, Mrs.
A. D. McGlohorn, in Wintarville,
Mrs. Ray H. Smith will spend the
week end with Mrs. C. G. Midyette
A. B. Mewbonn, of Golddboro, visit
ed his mother, Mrs. J. A. Mewborn,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sauls, of Chapel
Hill, spent the week end with Mrs.
J. R. Lewis.
George Coy Monk is spending a
month at Camp John Hanes, at Win
Mrs. Ethel Thornton left Wednes
day for a visit of several days in
Mrs. Paul Allen will leave Satur
day for a Week's visit with her moth
er, in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herring, of Kin
ston, were Sunday guests of Mrs.
Fred G. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Skinner, Jr.,
were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Westbrook. v .. I
Robert Rollins and Robert Pollard
left Thursday for a month's stay at!
Mrs. Archie Pridgen, of Ports
mouth, Va, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Albert Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gay and son,
Bill, of Plymouth, visited friends in
Miss Nancy Gates, of Kinston,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday with
Miss Anne Jones.
Miss Laura McArthur, of Arthur,
is spending this week with Mr. and
Mrs. W. Jesse Moye.
Miss Ruth Tyson left last week
for an extended visit with relatives
in Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker, of Rocky
Mount, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Ruffin.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Branham, of|
Rocky Mount, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Holmes.
Emerson Roebuck left Friday for
the Bolles school, Jacksonville, Fla.,
for the summer session.
Mrs. Rebecca Murray, of Wilson,
attended the Bible Study at the Pres
byterian church, Monday.
Dan Morgan" left Thursday to spend
several days at Nags Head as the
guest of Neal Howard, Jr.
John J. McDavid, Jr., of Birming
ham, Ala., is visiting his fiancee,
Miss Alice Harper Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Eason and Mr.
and Mrs. Eddie Carraway spent the
week end at Virginia Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Brantley Speight, of
Winterville, were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Norville.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Garr is visit
ing relatives in Washington, D. C.,
and Forreatville, Md., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koraegay, of
Seven Springs, spent last week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Alhert Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs * R. E. Pickett and
children returned Monday from a visit
to relatives in Ohio and Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fields, Jr., and
Pete Bynum, of Robersonville, attend
ed the Thome funeral here, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Whitehurst,
Miss Elizabeth Lang and Mrs. W. S.
Royster were Wilson visitors, Tues
Mr. and Mrs. H.^Neal Hdward and
family left Friday to spend the sum
mer months at their cottage at Nags
Mrs. 0. G. Spell, Miss Virginia
Spell and house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Sprague, spent Thursday in
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jones, Jr.,
children, of Hopewell, Vs., are visit
ing bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Mrs. J. A. Mewborn spent several
days' this weak as the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. George Edwards, in
Major General Hal C. Turnage and
m I Mi
4:00 P. M.?Garden Club
with Mias Tabitha DsViacouti
7:00 P. M.?Kiwani* Club.
8 KM) P. M.?Ballard's Horn* Dem
onstration Club rheeta with Mrs.
8:00 P. M.?Presbyterian Auxiliary
meets at the Church.
8:30 P. M.?Episcopal Altar Guild
meets with Mra. C. SL Hotch
10:00 A. M.?Hoe tees Party, Epis
copal Altar Guild, at home of
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver.
2:80 P. M. ?Sevan Pinee Home
3:00 P. M.?Episcopal Altar Guild
entertains at informal hostess
party, at the home of Mrs. John
D. Dixon, to sponsor home pro
7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M.?Woodpien.
8:00 P. M.? Boy Scouts. ,
8:00 P. M.?Community Planning
8:00 P. M.?Second Hostess party,
Episcopal Altar Guild, at home
of Miss Margaret Smith.
3:00 P. M.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. W. Alex
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
3:30 P. M.?Girl Scouts.
7:30 P. M ? Masons.
3:30 P. M.?B and B Club meets
with Mrs. C. S. Hotchkiss.
5:30 P. M. ? The wedding of Miss
Myrtle Lynn Harris and Norman
R. W?oten will take place at the
Presbyterian Church. Reception
will follow at the home /of the
| 8:00 P. M.?Supper Club, Cancelled...
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver re
turned Wednesday from a vacation
trip in the mountains of Western
MisS Hellen Rouse left Monday for
Old Mill Giri Scout Camp near
Greensboro, where she will be Music
Director this summer.
Miss Bertha Lang,- Miss Elizabeth
Davis, Mrs. F. M. Davjfc.and Miss
Agnes Moore spent Tuesday in Hen
derson and Warrenton.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sprague and
son, Harold, of Rochester, N. Y., ar
rived Wednesday for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs; O. G. Spell.
W. C. Murray returned to Atlanta,
Ga., Thursday and Mrs. Murray re
turned to Washington, D. C., alter a
visit* to Mrs. Dora H. Keel.
Miss Bertha Lang and Mrs. Max
McLeod and children, Maxine and
Mike, epertt Wednesday with Mrs.
Horace Lewis in Walstonburg.
Miss Carley Ann Johnson, a stu
dent nurse at Park View Hospital, is
spending her vacation with bar pa
rents, Mr. and, Mrs. X E. Johnson.
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist will
leave next Wednesday for Atheville
to attend the North Carolina Veteri
nary Medical Association meeting.
John B. Wright, Jr., of Raleigh,
will spend -Sunday here and upon his
return he will be accompanied by his
wife, who is spending this week with
Miss Nell Bealfcan. who is attend
ing summer session at Campbell Col
lege, will arrive Friday to spend the
week end with her mother, Mrs. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hurst and
family, of Durham, spent last week
end with Mrs. Layne Dail. Mrs.
Bail returned with them for' an ex
Mrs. S. H. Bandy, Craig Harris
and McDonald Bowling have rebnfti
ed from a visit to Mrs. Bandy's son,
William Bandy, and Mrs. Bimdy, at
Chester, S. C.
P.* K. Ewell has returned from a
trip td Elkhart, Indiana. He accom
panied his mother, Mrs. S. E. Ewell,
who is spending sometime there with
lessee Anne Moore, Betsy Jones,
Joyce Tyson and Rah* Williford will
spend the week end as guests of Miss
Vivian Scott, at the Scott Cof
Mrs. E. W. Holmes and Miss Rose
,.iary Holmes are visiting Mrs. Frank
N. Crews, Jr., in South Boston, Va.
"Irs. Crews is a daughter of
Irs. E. W, Holmes.
Mrs. Annie Lee, of
I J. T.
ign and Mrs.
Mrs. J. H. Stark and
art Marie, of
X U Read, Mr#
daughter, Fan, of Nortina,
Tuesday as guests of Mn. J. M. Hob
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Mn. D. R. Morgan and Mrs. Kat
Clark, manager of Morgan's Jewelei
in Mount Olive, are attending th
North Carolina - Virginia Jeweler'
and convention in Charlotte thi
Mjss Lucy Steele, of Peace College
Raleigh, who conducted the BIN
ady at the Presbyterian Churtl
Monday afternoon and night; wa
overnight gosct of Mn. Charles F
Capt. J. L. Summers, of Johnaoi
City, Term., was the dinner guest o:
Mire Margaret Smith Monday night
when they visited friends in Kmston
.Capt Summers recently returns*
Mrs. Emerson. Smith, Mrs. Ailei
Moore Harris and Mire Mae Knot
attended a luncheon in Kinston Wed
nesday in honor of Mire Nancy Kil
Patrick, bride-elect Mrs. Harrii
shared in the honors.
Mrs. G. M. Holden, who hnderwenl
an operation at Rex Hospital, Ral
eigh, on Saturday, is recuperating al
the home of her sister, Mrs. J. W
Dixon, in Raleigh. She is expected tc
return te Farmville the first of next
Miss Rosemary Holmeq will leave
Monday for Camp Rockbfook, a girl'i
camp, near Brevard, where she will
be a counselor. Rev. and Mrs. E. W.
Homes will accompany her and spend
a few days at Ridgecrest before re
turning to Farmville.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hotchkiss,
Dr. and Mrs, R. T. Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam D. Bandy, Mr. and Mm.
Frank K. Allen, Seth T. vB arrow and
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Allen returned
last Thursday from Atlantic City, N,
J., where they attended the Kiwanis
International Convention held June
Commander George B. Thompson,
U. S. N., and Mrs. Thompson of Hous
ton, Texgs, arrived here Friday for
a visit with Mrs. Thompson's mother,
Mrs. T. M. Mizzelle, who is making
her home with her son, T. R. Mizelle.
Walter Mizelle, of New Bern, joined
them here on Sunday and accompan
ied them to Ahoskie for a visit with
relatives. Mrs. Mizelle remained in
Ahoskie for an extended visit with
her daughter, Mrs. O. E. Early.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman M. Bare, ol
New Bern, announce the birth of t
daughter, Judye Morrow, on Sunday
June 16, at St Lukes hospital in Nevi
Bern. Mrs. Bare is the former Mire
Martha Minges, of Greenville. Pater
nal grandparents are Mr. and. Mrs.
J. W. Bass, of Farmville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mountcastle, of
Weldon, announce the birth of a
daughter, Sally Wingate, on June 6,
at Roanoke Rapids hospital. Mrs.
Mountcastle is ^ the former Miss
Nathalie Johnson of Farmville.
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Htm. W. R. Bumette was a graci
ous hostess, Tuesday evening, enter
taining at a lovely dinner party in
compliment to Mrs. John B.-Wright,
Jr., of Raleigh, who is visiting rela
The table was spread with a linen
doth and centered with a arystal bowl
of summer flowers in pnltel
Covers were laid<*>r fix. A course
dinner wag" revved at 7:00 o'clock.
Guests were; Mrs. Wright, Mrs. G.
Alex Rouse, Mrs. John D. Dixon, Mrs.
Jack Gates, of New Orleans, and
Mrs. T. R. Mizelle.
ATTENDS GIRLS STATE
Miss Syble Barrett attended the 7th
annual Tar Heel Girls state last week
at the Woman's College in Greens
Girls State is sponsored by the N.
C. Department of the American Le
gion Auxiliary and Mire Barrett at
tended as the guest of the local
In the election of officers to pre
side over the week's study of govern
ment, she was chosen one of the as
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Washingtiui, D. C. Ensign and M?
Adam* had just returned from^ther
Mrs. Dora Horton Keel for sever*
day*. They left Thursday for a vis*
to Ensign Adams' parents, Mir. ant
Mr*. Harry E. Adama, m Tank.
Miss. Prom there they will go- k
Jacksonville; FU., where die youn*
uaval officer will receive addition,
training before reporting for duty or
the Flagship Missouri, to which hi
has been assigned.
Reception' ? j|| >.
Among the largest and loveliest ol
the series of social courtesies was the
reception tendered the couple by their
aunt, Mrs. Madeline Horton Rountree,
of St Petersburg, Fla., and Farmville,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell,
Jr., of Kinston. on Monday evening at
the Country Cluh. -
A beautiful setting was achieved
in the reception room of the club by
the use of flowers and lighted tapers,
which carried the traditional nuptial
colors of white and green. Magnolias,
the Mississippi state flower, were
used to bank the mantels, which had
center arrangements of white tapers
in silver holders. Floor baskets held
white gladioli, Queene Anne's lace
and f dm. 4 .
Mr. mid Mrs. M. V. Jones received
the' guests as they arrived.
Mrs. G. Ale* Rouse introduced the
receiving line composed of Mrs. Mad
eline Hortm Rountree, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne' A. Mitchell, Jr., Ensign and
Mrs. Frank Montgomery Adams, Miss
Bettie Lou Turnage, of Washington,
D. C, the bride's maid of honor, Miss
Anne Jones, a bridesmaid, Mrs. Wil
liam Clinton Murray, mother of the
bride, and Mr. Murray, ?her step
The refreshment table was spread
with n handmade lnce cloth and cen
tered with an arrangement of lilies,
gladioli, dahlias, feverfew and sweet
peas, which was flanked by tapers m
crystal candelabra. Serving the bridal
ices and decorated cakes from the
ends of the table during the evening,
were Mrs. M. V. Horton, Mrs. J. W.
Joyner and Mrs. John B. Wright, Jr.,
of Raleigh. Mints mid nuts were
Mrs. Lath Morriss and Miss Lula
Forties served punch from a beautiful
appointed table, which was covered
with an imported lace cloth and was
decorated with gardenias, in heart
deqign, and illumined, by tapers in
Goodbyes were sfcid to Mr. and Mrs.
John D. Dixon.
Misses Betsy Morriss and Betsy
Jones played records during the even
Dinner Jkssce v.
Loveliest of summer events among
the young society set was the dinner
dance, at which Ensign and Mrs.
Adams were feted, on Tuesday even
ing, by Miss Anne Jones.
The affair was held at the Country
Club, in which a profusion of mag
nolias, gardenias, blue hydrangeas.
Queen Anne's lace, roses, lilies and
gladioli were used with artistic effect.
Dinner was served, buffet style,
from a table spread wi$h an imported
banquet cloth and Centered with an
arrangement of mixed white flowers
in a crystal bowl, flanked by
candles in antique crystal candelabra.
Mrs. Madeline Horton Rountree mid
Mrs. R. V. Fiaer served from ether
Bnd of the table. Assisting in serving
were, Mrs. M. V. Jones, mother of the
hostess, Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner Mrs.
Sterling Gates and Mrs. P. A. Jenns,
af Kinston. , . .. '
Punch was served throughout the
evening from a beautifully appointed
table by Misses Betsy Jones, Betsy
Morriss end Daphne Yelvertim.
Thirty couples, including /"ends
from Greenville, Kinston and Foun
tain, were in attendance
Ensign and Mr*. Adams were din
er guests of Miss Alice Harper Pur
er and her fiance, John J. McDaniel,
r., of Birmingham, Ala., Sunday
veiling, in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell,
Jr., of Kinston, entertained Ensign
and Mtb. Adams with a trip to At
nd ft fishing expedition,
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into family circle,
at the union of a new
I Mn. Frank
Mia* Novella Horton
Washington, D. C., is a
of Mrs. Keel. Ensign
Adams is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry E. Adams, of Tunica, Miss.
A barbecue diimer was served, pic
nic styles under huge oaks, which a
century ago shaded young students
of Pitt County Female Institute.
Mrs. Keel, the former ICbs Dora En*
Askew, a pioneer citisen of this com
munity and on* of Pitt's moat promi
nent and highly esteemed women, re
ceived her education in the school,
then called the Academy, and as a
young bride, in 1890, moved into the
dormitory wing to take care of the
boarding students, her husband, the
late Moses Tyson Horton, having pur
chased the building and campus, which
covered a half block in the heart of
the small village.
Mrs. Keel married Thomas E. Keel
after the death of h*r first husband,
and she- and her son. the late Joseph
Loyd Horton, North Carolina Superior
Court Judge, later converted the
building of thirty roams, a landmark
of this community, into an apartment
house, in which she still resides.
Forty members of the family par
ticipated In the joyous celebration,
Sunday, and numbers of friends call
ed during the afternoon and evening
to offer felicitations. "
Out-of-town gueete were Ensign
and Mrs. Frank Montgomery Adams,
with present headquarters at Jackson
ville, Fla.; Mrs. Madeline H. Roun
tree, of St. Petersburg, Fla,; Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. C. Murray, Washington, D.
C-! Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Rountree, Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell, Sr., and
Jr., and Madeline Harrison Mitchell,
(Mrs. Keel's great granddaughter), all
of Kinston; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hor
ton and son, Loyd, (a great grand
sou), of Greenville, and Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Wright, Jr., of Raleigh.
Other membeiy of Mrs. Keel's im
mediate family In attendance were
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin V. Horton and
son, M. V., Jr., (a great grandson),
Mrs. Mark E. Dixon, a daughter-in
law, Mr. and' Mrs. Carroll D. Oglesby
and son, Dean, (a great grandson).
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