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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, July 19, 1946, Page 5, Image 5

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Social aniJ Miss Elisabeth May is visiting relatives in Newark, N. 3. ? ? e Mrs. Claude Tyson is seriously ill in a Rocky Mount hospital, see Mrs. Thad H. Pope, of Dunn, is visiting Mrs. Q S. Hotchkiss. see Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Csrrayay spent the week end in Msnteo. ? Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lang, Sr., are spending this week at Nags Head. ? ? ? Mrs. Francis L. Joyner is visiting her mother, in Charlotte, this week. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carraway are spending several days in New York. ? * ? Mrs. 0. G. Spell and Miss Virginia Spell were Richmond visitors Thurs day. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moye, of Alii ance, are visiting Mrs. Estelle Moye. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee Jones are spending this week at Carolina Beach. ? * ? Miss Nancy Gates, of Kinston, is spending this week with Miss Wilma Stansill. ? * ? Miss Mary Leah Thorne leaves Monday to enter summer school at Chapel Hill. ? ? ? Miss Anne Jones returned Sunday after a week's stay at the Ivanhoe, Virginia Beach. ? ? ? Mrs. Nopman Tucker, of Hender son, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kemp this week. ? ? ? J. C. Meade has returned to New Orleans, La., after two weeks visit with relatives here. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Taggart, of Washington, D. C., visited friends in Farmville Tuesday. ? ? ? Robert Pollard and Robert Rollins returned Thursday after four weeks at Camp Morehead. ? ? * Miss Anne Jones has accepted a position with the Farmville Leaf Tobacco Company. ? ? ? The Rev. and Mrs. B. B. Slaughter, of New Bern, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bobbitt. a ? ? Mrs. Hilda Petteway, of Wash ington, D. Cn is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Petteway. ? ? ? Mrs. B, F. Weaver, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. J. H. Bynum were Greenville visitors Monday. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bynum, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. Elmer Htoison spent Sunday in Kinston. ? ? * Dan Satterthwaite left Thursday for several weeks stay with Billy McCullum, at Louisville, Ky, ? ? ? Mrs. A. G. Roughton, of Norfolk, Va, is visiting Mr and Mrs. R. L. Spivey and W. G. Gurganus. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Julian Edwards and son, of Greenville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Jonas, Jr. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thompson, III, of Tarboro, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Windham. ? ? ? Bert W&tkms has returned to At lanta, Ga., after a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. Helen Horton. ? ? ? Sam D. Bundy and J. T. Bundy at tended the District Masonic meeting in Stantonsburg Monday night. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tyson are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roy B. Davis, hi Washington, D. C. ? ? * Jimmie Pollard returned Wednes day after a visit to his aunt, Mrs. 'jfloyd Andrews, of Mount Olive. Mr. and Mrs. James Wheless and daughter and Charles Edwards are spending this week at Edgewater. ? ? ? Mrs. C. F. Baucom and son, Don ald, Edward Beckmam and Charles Carr were Wilson visitors Tuesday. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Copeland, of Durham, spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Spell. ? ? e Mr. and Mrs. Joe Batchelor have returned from a visit to Long Island,^ Laurel, Del., and Newport News, Va.' ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Daugfatridge, of Rocky Mount, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham this week. ? ? ? / Mrs. E. N. Petteway has returned from Parrott hospital, Kinston, where she has been receiving treat ? e ? Manley Lilea and W. E Fisher visited F. M. Davis, Jr., who ia a patient at Duke Hospital, Wednes mm ? e * Ifrs. Anna Mae Cla*k,^of St. ? ? ? ?CALENDAR# Maater, Jul! U 7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club. Tuesday, 23 7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club. 7 KK) P. M.?Woodmen of tha WoiM. i 8:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts. 8.00 P. M.?Community Planning Board. Thursday, 24 10:00 A. M.?Bird Club. 7.30 P. M.?Masons. Friday. 26 3:30 P. M.?B. and B. Club meets with Mrs. C. S. Hotchldss. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Smith and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Parker attend ed a house party at Carolina Beach last week. * ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roebuck and son, Kent, and Mrs. Myrtle Roe buck visited Mrs. Jerome Perkins, at Stokes, Sunday. ? ? ? Mrs. Helen Montanaro and daughter, Annie Bess, of St. Peters burg, Florida, were guests of Mrs. Helen Horton Tuesday. ? ? ? Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree, Mrs. G. Alex Rouse, Mrs. Lath Morris and Mrs. J. W. Joyner were Raleigh visitors Wednesday. ? ? ? Mrs. W. R. Burnette and daughter, Mary T., Mrs. Leonard Joyner, and Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., and children, Will III, and Julie Reid, were Rocky Mount visitors Friday. ? * * Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lewis and children, Barbara Anne, Bessie Jean and Jimmie, of Reside, California, are visiting relatives here. ? ? ? Mr. and Mrs. John D. Holmes and son, Dwight, and H. S. Butler, of Fort Worth, Texas, arrived Monday for a visit to relatives here. ? ? ? Rev. Leon Russell, pastor of St. Paul's Church, Goldsboro, spent Thursday and Friday as the guest of Rev. and Mrs. E. R. CI egg. nd Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bradham and children, Cynthia and Robert, of Baltimore, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham, Wednesday. ? ? * Mrs. W. Leslie Smith and Mis. R. G. Ruffin will leave Monday for a week's visit with Mrs. Smith's son and daughter-in-law in Norfolk. ? * ? Mr. and Mrs. Guss Roebuck and children, Shelby, Robert Everette, and Guss Ross will leave Saturday for a week's stay at Shady Banks. * ? ? Mrs. B. 0. Turnage will leave Sun day for a week's visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lupton, at New Hol land. ? * ? Mrs. C. E. Modlin and grandson, Cecil Modlin III, and Mr. and Mrs. Carol Modlin spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Modlin at Portsmouth, Va. * ? ? Mrs. J. M. Hobgood is in Staunton, Va., where she was called to the bed side of her brother, Bill Hassell. Bill Morton accompanied her and re turned Saturday. ? ? ? Herbert E. Hart left Thursday for a two weeks vacation in Dublin, Ga. Mrs. Hart, who has been visiting her parents- there, will return with him around August 1. ? ? ? Mrs. B. B. Burge, Mrs. J. W. Burge and son, Jack, of Fayetteville, spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Moore. Mrs. J. Vf. Burge remained for a visit ? ? ? Mr. and Mn. H. Neal Howard, Mrs. H. L. Holden, of Wilson, and Miss Frances Howard returned Monday after a vacation at the'How ard cottage at Nags Head. ? V ? ^ Graydon Lilee, who will graduate from the University of North Caro lina, Chapel Hill, Friday, will arrive Saturday for a visit with his pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Manley Liles. ? ? .? ? Mrs. Dollie M. Ballard, who has been making her home in Newport News, Va., has returned to Fann ville and has accepted a position with Dr. Charles E. Fitzgerald, ? ? ? t Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Baucom and sons, Frank and Donald, have returned from a visit to friends in Jarvlsburg, Currituck said Men too. While there they attended the "Lost Colony." - ? * ? Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bumdy sad Mrs. J. T. Bundy visited Mm. S. D. Ricks, in Conway,. Wednesday. S. D. Buddy, Jr.-, who haa| there for a " Mr. and ^ ? ' ^ Davia left Wednesday for t Mr. and Mrs. Jones will m to FarmviU* Davis and Mm Davis will for a month. .? # ? K. H. Reynolds, aiater of Mrs. J. M. Hobfood, who has been ill In a Greenville hospital, has, ittovmd and spent Tuesday might with M1m Amis Perkins at the home of Mr*. Hohgood. ? ? ? Mrs. G. S. Williams, Misses Roth and Margaret Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ed wards, at Washington, are spending this week at Shady Banks. They ,wil! have as their guests during the week-end Mr. and Mrs. G. C. and Johnny Wilson, and Gar! Croom, of Greenville, and M1m Mildred Wooten, of Farmville. RETURN FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. Richard D. Harris and in fant daughters Dail Dixon, returned Monday from Woodard-Herring Hospital. Activities Of Local Church Organizations BAPTIST The Y. W. A. met Monday even ing with Miss Ida Elisabeth Pate. The president, Miss Elvira Tyson, presided and gave the devotional, using verses from the fourteenth chapter of John. Miss Irene Bell gave the program on the topic, "Prolong ed Christian Patriotism." After adjournment a delightful social period was-enjoyed when the hostev served homemade peach ice cream and cookies. Guests were Mrs. Joe Batchelor and Mrs. John Turner Walston. ' EPISCOPAL The Episcopal Altar Guik) met Tuesday evening, with Mrs. T. S. Ryon as hostess. Mrs. James R. Lang, Assistant Directories, presided and opened the meeting with a pray er, followed by the Creed. Mrs. Ryon, Chairman of the Wiays and Means Committee, gave a re port on the hostess parties given recently. The hostess, as program leader, reviewed the first two chapters of the book, "Hie Worship of the Church," by Rev. J. A. Register, which the Guild is just beginning. Following adjournment, cheese crackers, cookies and coca colas were served. METHODIST Circle four, of the Methodist So ety, met Monday afternoon with rs. J. H. Harris as hostess and Mrs. Iiarles H. Mozingo, president, in large of the business session. Mrs. arris was in charge of the devo onal period and used as her pro am. topic selection from a book by ishop Kern. Arrangements of summer flowers ere used in decoration throughout le home. Hie hostess served frost 1 fruit juice, toll house cookies and it bars. Miss Fannie Gary, sister of the >ste8s, was a guest. ' PRESBYTERIAN Presbyterian Circle* held regular fternoon and evening meetings, tonday, using as their Bible study spic "Observance of the Sabbath." he subject, "We Found What We ieeded," was used for the pro rams. Circle No. 1 met with Mrs. J. M. tansill, with, the Chairman, Mrs. eorge B. Moore, presiding. Mrs. C .Corbett gave the program, ovely arrangements of gladioli and isrigold were used for decoration, he hostess served ice cream and ike. Circle 2 met with Mrs. W. H. oore, Jr. Mrs. William P. Easley ive the Bible study and Mrs. Allen rake the program. During the refreshment period the istess served ice cream and cookies. BIRTHDAY PARTY Shirley Anne Newton, attractive augfater of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. New en, Jr., celebrated her eleventh irtbday with a lovely party at her ome Wednesday afternoon. Games were played on the lawn, "ollowing refreshments of ice creem nd cake, the hostess invited her vests to the theatre. Playmates attending were: Char By Boy Fitzgerald, Ruth Tyson, ean Clayton, VMeau Joyner, Jesse ifac Carraway, Jeas Spencer, Mary tuth and Gradys Cobb, Faye, Linda, nd John Mewborn, Jr., "Big Boy" fields, Grace Miller and Mark New MRS. ROSA HEATH DIES AT HOME OF SISTER Mrs. Rose Heath, 60, died at the of her sister, Mrs. Annie M. Sharp Point, Tuesday were Mm COURTESIES ? w ^ ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE Mrs. John Reding Lewis I announ ces the marriage of her daughter, Grace Spence, to Mr. Ray Hardin Kim el, on Sunday, the sixteenth of June, nineteen hundred and forty six, Vftoton-Salem, North Carolina. INVITATIONS BEING ISSUED , The following invitation is issued to friends in North Carolina and other states: "Mr. and Mn. Oscar G. Spell, Sr., request the honor of .your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to Mr. Addfeon Matthews Sprague, on Friday afternoon, the twenty-six of Ally, at five o'clock, Farmville Methodist Church, Farm vine, North Caroliiia." j INVITATIONS ISSUED The following' invitation has bean received by friends here this week: "Mrs. Joseph Warren Parker re quests the honour of your presence at the marriage of her daughter, Alice Harper, to Mr. John Jackson .McDavid, junior, on Tuesday even ing, the sixth at August, jt half after eight o'clock, Farmville Methodist Church, Farmville, North Carolina." A reception will follow at the home of the bride. B. AND B. CLUB. Mrs. James R. Lang graciously entertained the Book and Bridge Club and additional guests, Friday afternoon at her home. Lovely arrangements of rosea, gladioli and crepe myrtle were used in decoration. A delicious dessert course, consisting of peach ice cream, chocolate cake and nuts was served when the guests arrived and coco colas were served during the games. Additional guests included Mrs. Harry Harper, Mrs. W. Alex Allen, Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver, Mrs. R. L. Smith, Mrs. Ted L. Albrltton and l?rs. R. E. Pickett. Mrs. Harry Harper compiled high score. H MM ce-trlmmed clcth and cantered with an arrangement of lilies, white stocks, gladioli and Queen Anne'i face Mre. D. E. Ogleeby and Mrs. 0. G. Spell, mothers of the honorees, serv ed chicken and a salad from either end of the table and stuffed toma toes, pickles, celery, rolls, tea and caramel cake were passed by* Miss Anne Jones, Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist, Mrs. R. G. Ruffin and Mrs. R. N. Freeman. Places for twenty-four guests at auxiliary tables, were marked by bridal place cards attach ed to the nosegay favors. The honorees were given flat sil ver in their chosen patterns and Misses Alice Harper Parker and Etta Frances Harper, other brides elect, attending as special guests, were presented with gifts of silvpr also by the hostess. Out of town guests, besides Miss Oglesby and her mother, were Mrs. Thomas Harvey, Miss Eliza Stanley and Miss Nancy Gates, of Kinston, Mrs. Annie Sykes, of Columbia, and Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree, of St Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. S. A. Roebuck and Mrs. J. B. Joyner were Joint hostesses, Tuesday afternoon, from 8:80 to 4:80 o'clock, at a lovely party, In compliment to Miss Anne Ogleeby, at the home of the former. . Arrangements of mixed summer flowers were used in effective de coration of the home on East Wilson j Street. The honoree was presented with silver in her pattern by the hostess es, who remembered also Miss Alice Harper Parker{ Etta Frances Harper and Virginia Spell, other brides elect present, with gifts of crystal. A delicious sweet course was served to the twenty-four guests in attendance. Rooms Wanted Only one month away, the open ing of tobacco marketing ' season j will mean a decided increase in Fannville's population and.Sec. Sam D. Bundy of the Chamber of Com merce is terribly . worried about where the town, literally bunting at the seams now, is going to house the influx of business guests. Says Bundy: HI "Do* you have room or reams to rent? If so, get in touch with Sam D. Bundy, secretary Chamber of Commerce or call 4900. The tobacco market opens Monday, August 19th, and about a week before that time tobacconists and others connected with the market will 'be here seek ing places to stay. The Chamber of of Commerce is offering its services as a clearing house in this matter. Simply call 4900 and give tile type of room or rooms you have*, the lo cation of the home, whether you pre fer a married couple, men only, or just your preference along this line. The office of the Chamber of Com merce can list these places and will be able to refer people to them thus offering a service to the people who come to our town during the tobacco season. Many of the people, of course, make their own arrange ments from season to season, but many new ones come each year and we would like to be in a position to help them. Don't forget to call me at 4900 aad let me know what you have to rent and your preference regarding whom you would like tq have." Please don't rest your weight on my shoulder?I may tumble. PARAMOUNT I THEATRE 1 FARMVILLE, N. C. THE HOME OF BETTER ENTERTAINMENT WEEK O# JULY. 20 SATURDAY THE NAVAJO KID 1 Also Sorts' and Conedy SUNDAY and MONDAY Proudly PARAMOUNT Proocnta TO EACH HIS OWN One of the screen's., truly greet asterpieces, starring Olivia De Havilland end John TUESDAY ONLY Walt Disney's WondesfU T ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO A full length feetnre in Teckni - WEDNESDAY Doable Feature THURSDAY and FRIDA1 I m WALSTONBURG ...NEWS... Mrs. M. L. Perry and little eons, Linnie and Kelvin, Jr., are spending this week with Mrs. Perry's mother, Mrs. H. C. Bunch. Rev. Key W. Taylor left Sunday night for Compton, Calif., to visit his mother, Mrs. W. R. Fielder. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Heard of Florence, S. C., spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Marlowe. Herbert Garris, of Phoebus, Va., spent a few days here with his fam ily last week. Misses Doris Beaman and Ruth Gay were Wilson visitors Friday. Mrs. George Beaman was a Golds bo ro visitor Friday. Mrs. Herbert Garris was a Wilson visitor Friday. Lt. Theodore A. Saulnier, of Boston, Mass., and Miss Helen Bear man of Woedard-Herring hospital, Wilson, spent Thursday with Mrs. George Beaman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burch were Wilson visitors Thursday. William Beaman was in Wilson Tuesday. Mr. and . Mrs. Paul Tendall, of Wilson, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Maim, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and Mr. and jr. c. "open house," Thursday from 8.80-10:00 o'c lock, Mrs. James C. Gardner, Jr. The home was beautifully ed with a profusion of mixed flow Guests were met at the door by las Hazel McKeeL Mrs. Harvey Gay introduced them to thh receiv ing: line, composed of Mrs. Gardner, the honoree, Miss Ollie Mae Owens, Mrs. Kennedy Taylor, Mrs. R. A. Gardner and Mrs. Bruton Taylor. Miss Clara Jenkins directed guests to the dining room. Mrs. L. A. Gard ner and Mrs. W. E. Lang presided at the dining table. Miss Ola Grace Gardner, Miss Daphne Owens, Mrs. Charlie Taylor and Mrs. Truette Laitg assisted in serving lime punch, party cakes, toasted nuts and mints. Mrs. C. B. Letchworth directed guests to the register which was {Resided over by Mrs. Tryphesda Mc Keel. Mrs. G. W. Bailey directed the way to the sun-room where good byee were said to Miss Lillian' Corbett and Mrs. R. G. Fields. " Christian Ektdeaver Meeting The Christian Endeavor met at the Christian Church at the usual hour? Sunday afternoon. The business session was; presided over by the president, Ruth Gay, and Doris Bear men led the devotional. The Rev. Gilbert Cofer was guest speaker. After the benediction the group was Invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gardner where refresh ments were served. Ways To Save Sugar In Preserving Fruit Careful planning in the use of sugar allocations will- assure ways to preserve the maximum amount of fruits for canning says Mrs. Mary L. McAllister, Extension Economist ii. Food Conservation and Marketing at 5i!tate College. "The food problems are as great, if not greater, than, they were at any time during the war years," she points out. "Urging the continued use of the. called for; M 1-4 the sugar When uaing part honey or part corn syrup, best results may be ob tained by cooking the mixture alight-* ly beyond the Jelly For jams and should be weighted rather than sured by cupfuls. In making substi tutions by cupfula rather than by weight, 1 pound of sugar equals about 2 cups sugar and 1 pound hooey or com syrap measures approximately 1 1-3 cups. With corn qnSp and honey, replace up to half the weight of sugar called for in the recipe. By using leas sugar, jama and pre serves should be cooked a little long er to get the product as thick as de sired. Domestic love and the family bod get are natural N t>N RtCORD , Robert's Jewelers JANE GREENE, Mgr. Phone 479-7?Farmvffle, N. C. ARMY ENLISTMENTS SPURT BY THOUSANDS WITH NEW, HIOHER PAY SCALES! U. S. Army RECRUITING OFFICE, New CITY HALL BIdg., GREENVILLE, N. C. "HUE IT I MILinil* Young men everywhere tie Ink* ing advantage of the new in creased Army pay in every enlialed grade I ?79.00 a month for Privates .. . ?165X0 for Master Sergeants ? and stt ex penses pmd! Get all the facta at your nearest Army Camp or Post, or U. S. Army Recruiting Station* ' Post Office Bldg., Farmville, N. C., Wednesdays; 9-10 A. M. This Ad Sponsored By PITT COUNTY INSURANCE AGENCY Mr. Tobacco Farmer! Insure your Tobacco Caring Barns and Tobacco in Pack Houses, before it is too late. You worked and spent a lot of money on this crop. Protect it by insuring with PG PITT COUNTY INSURANCE AGENCY See J. W. JOYNER, Mgr. Main Street ? Phone 257-1 ?- Farm ville, N. C. YEARS AHEAD ... AND SIGHT ON TIME ITS ; i.

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