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Mrt- Peart Fasgto
with flrtooda to Witoon.
Miss F?*de Gary to
sevsrel .toys to *?rf??bora
T. B. Bouse spent tost ~
with relrtiv- to'JETV
Mrs. Travis Hooher, 01
vilto was a visitor
Mrs. Ray Smith,
visited Mrs. J. A, Mewbom Tuea
d*W. W. Brady, of Bennett to visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. W.
3UM?. Ray Harper.of^w UM,
visited Mrs. J. Frank Harper, Wed
J. K Warren, of ^Uebor^
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed N*?
W^e Putnam, of Rocky, W. J
visiting his grandmother. Mrs. E, ?
H mT'n. C. Gupton, of Wood, spent
last week with his daughter, Mrs.
J' Newborn, of Goto^'
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
j. A. Mewborn. j
Miss Jane Russell has returned
from a visit to relatives m Edenton
and Ocean View. . t?d
E. S. Hobgood, Sr., is
home during the week end from ^he
son, Cliff, visited relaUvea to Sat
^Jj-no3 T^ome to*
R. Shirley were week end guests o
Mrs. E. F. Gaynor.
Mrs. C. R. Townsend and Miss
Mary Anne Townsend spent the
week end to Raleigh.
Friends will be glad to ^w that
Carl Tyson is able to be out after
several weeks' illness.
Mr and Mrs. Roderick Hams are
spending their vacation at Baltimore
and Maryland beaches.
Editor and Mrs. G. Alex Rouse and
Mrs. Dora H. Keel spent Sunday in
Raleigh with relatives.
Mrs. James B. Hockaday, of Isl
ington, spent Friday and Saturday
here with her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J- Harper and
son Ed, of Snow Hill, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. J. W. Parker.
Mrs. G. D. West and N. C. Gup
ton, of Wood, spent last week with
Mr. and Mrs. J. R- Shfcarin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wheless and
son, Gilbert, of Roanoke, spent to
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whe
leMiss Jane Dail, of Raleigh, ar
rived Tuesday for a two weeks va
cation with her mother, Mrs. Layne
Miss Flora Dean Johnson has ac
cepted a position, as office assist
ant, at the Turnage Company.
Mr. and Mrs. U E. Walstcn, re
turned Saturday after a^vvsri to
relatives to Buchanan, West Va.
Mrs. Annie Lee has returned to
her home in Greenville after a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L~
Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., and children,
Will and Julie Reide, are vtaitlBg
relatives in Rocky Mt., this week.
Overnight guests of Mrs. J. ?
Shearin Toesday night were Mr and
Mrs. Henry Griffin, of Greassboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nash V*"*11'
Mrs. John Bynum and Miss Mary
Barrow were Wilson viaitors Tues
Mrs. Ella Middleton left Tuesday
for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Carl
ton Muse, of Capon Bridge, West Va.
Mrs. Thad H. Pope and daughter,
Pauline, of Dunn, are spending this
week with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hotch
Lieut. Commander Lucy J. Rum
ley, USNR, will spend the week end
with her mother, Mrs. Pearl John
Mrs. Louis Goodwin and daughter,
Peggy Lou, of Edenton, are Visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russell this
Lieut. Commander and Mrs. E. L.
Pinch, of Washington, D. C., are
visiting Mrs. E. F. Gaynor this
Bob Keel left Thursday for
Denver, Colo., after spending a week
here with his sister, Mrs. John
Mrs. William Easiey and Mrs. J.
T. Gurley spent Sunday with Mrs.
Easley's sister, Mrs. F. H. Davis, in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schubert, of
Maplewood, N. J., wen week
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. John D. Holmes and son,
Dyke, sad H. S. Butler have
returned from a visit with friends in
E. C. Carr, Jr.,
P. E. Jones end Mrs. Alton
| in ?pwwtinr several days at
Miss Alice Harper Parker will go
to Smithfield Saturday where she
will be a bridesmaid in the Sumdl
Mrs. R. T. Williams and children,
Nan and Rod, are spending some
time at their apartmwit at the
[Bogue Sound Cluh.
Miss Mary Thome Tyson has re
turned to New York after a five
weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl A. Tyson.
Mrs. S. G. Gardner and Mrs.
Wystt Tucker visited Mr. Tucker,
who is a patient at Carolina General
( Bob Keel, Mr. and Mrs. John
Eaaon and sons were week-end
' guests of Sheriff and Mrs. Pratt
Williamson, in Swan Quarter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lewis and
children, Jimmie and Bessie Jean, of
Reseda, Calif., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John B. Lewis this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harrison and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Statfort, of
Baltimore, arrived Thursday for a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hobgood, Jr.,
of Newport News, Vs., are expected
during the week end for a week's
visit with Mrs. E. S. Hobgood, Sr.
Mils Alice Harper Parker and J.
J. McDavid, Jr., are attending a
luncheon honoring Miss Betsy At
kins, of Smithfield, in Raleigh today.
John Jackson McDavid, Jr., of'
Birmingham, Ala., whose marriage |
to Miss Alice Harper Parker will
occur on Tuesday, arrived Thursday.
Ensign W. A. Carr and Ensign
William Cogar, of Charleston, W.
Va., spfent the week end with En
sign Carr's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Carr. ,
Wilson Chenault has returned to i
his home in Castallian Springs,
Tenn., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. '
Alex, l'Vank, George and Lewis
Mrs. James Mountcastle and
children, Lawrence and Sallie Win- i
gate, of Weldon, are visiting her
mother, Mrs. Albert Jones, this
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Taylor, Miss
Hattie Carr and Miss Carolyn Anne
Pitt left Thursday for a vacation at
the Taylors' Cottage, Atlantic
Beach. ?) -
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Liles, Miss
Prances Howard and Graydon Liles
will spend the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Taylor at Atlantic
Miss Nannie Smith, of Hender
son, spent the week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith.
Mrs. Smith returned with her for
a visit to her father.
The Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Coates,
and daughter, Miss Margaret, and
Mrs. J. C. Corbett and daughter,
Miss Patricia, left Thursday for a |
week's stay at Montreat.
Miss Dora. Mae Barrett has re
turned from a visit to her sister,
Miss Rachel Barrett, in Baltimore.
She was accompanied home by Miss
Rachel, jvho will spend her vacation
here. *' '
Mrs. Layne Dail has returned
from an extended visit to her
daughters, Mrs. Marvin Hurst, of
Durham and Miss Jane Dail, who is
a student nurse at the Rex Hospital,
Mrs. E. L. Barrett returned Tues
day from Palmetto, Fla, where die
was called recently on account of the
illness of her sister, Mrs. S. B. Cole.
Late reports state that Mrs. Cole is
Mrs. B. E. McClure, of MayB
ville, Kentucky, and Mrs. Quentin
Gregory, of Halifax, _,will arrive
Sunday to attend the McDavid
Parker wedding. They will be, guests
of Mrs. J. W. Parker.
Mrs. R. C. Madrey and Mrs. G. E.
Lawson, of Raleigh, Mrs. Myrtle
Dearsley, of Charlotte, and Mrs. A.
D. McGlohon and Mack Worthing
ton, of Winterville, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Nor
Mrs. E. J. Trafton and children,
Earl and Kay, of Birmingham, Ala.,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday with
Mrs. TrafWs sister, Mrs. J. C.
Corbett. The Trsftons were en rente
Norfolk, Va, for a visit to rela-1
Mr. ariS Mrs. Lawrence Lee ar
ed Sunday from Horse Gave, Ky,
d are their home with Mr.
d Mrs. David Harris. Both Mr.
d Mrs. Lee will be employed by
Q. Monk and Comply for the
ored At Prenuptial
Affairs During Week
Social activities here continue to
center about Mies Alice Hafpsr
Parker, Mia Prances Howard, Miss
Etta Frances Harper and Mia Jane
Greene, popular bridee-elect, whose
marriages will be solemnised in the
next few weeks.
Among the largest and loveliest
of the series of social events of the
week was the tea given by ^Trs.
Carol W. Modlin, in the D. A. R.
Chapter House, Thursday afternoon,
honoring Miss Howard.
A beautiful setting was achieved
by the use of magnolias and.long
leaf pine which banked the colonial
?mantels and the orchestra stand on
the stair, and by floor baskets of
white gladioli. ,
Mrs. Prank Davis, Jr., greeted the
guests as they arrived, and Mrs. C
H. Flanagan introduced the receiv
ing line, composed of the hostess,
Mrs. Carol W. Modlin, the honoree,
Miss Howard, her mother, Mrs. H.
Neal HoWhrd, the bridegroom
elect's mother, Mra, Manly Idles,
Miss Alice Harper Parker, Miss Jane
Greene, Mrs. Lowell Idles, Miss
Agnes Virginia Quinerly, Miss Mae
Knott and Mfs. Allen Moore Harris.
E. R. CI egg directed .the way
to Hie refreshment table, where Mrs.
Clarke Davis, mother of the hostess,
and Miss Mamie Davis, an aunt,
served bridal ices and decorated
cakes. The table was spread with
a handmade lace cloth and centered
with an arrangement of white glad
ioli and feverfew flanked by white
tapers in crystal candelabra. Assist
ing in serving mints and salted nuts
were Miss Anne Jones,. Mrs. Emer
son Smith, Mrs. Robert P. Wheless,
and Miss Myrtle Nichols.
Mrs. R. E. Pickett, .assisted by
Mrs. Allen R. ' Drake, Mrs. Joseph
Joyner and Miss Elvira Tyson,
served fruit punch from a beautifully
Mrs. John C. Parker registered
the one hundred and fifty guests,
who called from four to six o'clock.
Pi ana and vocal music was fur
nished during the tea hour by Mrs.
Elbert C. Holmes, her house guest,
Mrs. John D. Holmes of Fort Worth,
Texas, Mrs. R. *0. Lang, Jr., and
Mrs. Arthur Joyner .
Goodbyes were said to Mrs. E. W.
Holmes and Mrs. Ef. S. Coatee.
Mrs. John C. Parker and Miss
Mae Knott were joint hostesses
Tuesday afternoon at a lovely
bridge party in compliment to Miss
Alice Harper Parker.
The Knott home, on Church street,
was decorated with quantities of
handsome kihlias, roses and zinnias.
The honoree's place was marked by
a corsage of red rbses.
High score was compiled by Miss
Anne Jones, wfib was awarded a hob
nail flower bowl, and Mrs. T. Eli
Joyner, Jr., received the consolation,
dusting' powder. Miss Parker was
presented a lovely hostess set by the
Coca colas were enjoyed during
play and afterwards a congealed
pineapple salad course was served,
together with olive and ribbon sand
wiches, Saratoga chips, pickles, ritz
crackers, brownies, salted nuts and
An enjoyable coca cola party in
compliment to Miss Alice Harper
Parker and Miss Jane Greene was
given Tuesday morning by Miss
Coca colas, ham biscuits, pimento
crystal in their reaped
Harper. Miss Adelaide
tertained at a lovely _
Friday afternoon, at her home near
Fhrmville. Sharing honors with
Harper were Miss . Alice Harper
Parker and Miss Frances Howard.
The home was decorated with a
profusion, of beautiful
flowers in pastel shades.
The high score prize was won by
Miss Mae Knott and the runner-up
award by Mrs. Allen Drake. The
consolation went to Miss Mary Leah
Thome and the floating prize, was
retained by Miss Alice Harper Park
feed drinks were served during
play and a salad course with iced
tea at the end of. the progressions.
Misses Harper, Parker and How
ard were presented corsages and
gif ts of silver and - crystal by the
Those playing besides the
hoinorees, were Mrs. Ailed Drake,
Mrs. Emerson Smith, Mrs. John C.
Parker, Miss Mae Knott and Miss
Mary Leah Thome, of Farmville,
and Miss Alice Jean Johnson, Miss
Linda Varm, Miss Brownie Dail and
Mrs. Jack Dail, of Ayden.
Mrs. J. Frank Harper, Mrs. Sid
ney and Miss Doris Can and Billie
Wood were invited for refreshments."
Mrs. Emerson Smith charmingly
entertained at dessert-bridge Wed
nesday evening, in compliment tt>
Miss Jane Greene, Miss Alice Har
per Parker, Miss Frances Howard,
and Miss Etta Frances Harper.
Mothers of the honoreee were in
vited for refreshments;
Dahlias and roses predominated in
the decorative arrangement of the
Smith home on Church street, which
was thrown ensuite. Five beauti
fully appointed tables bore refresh
ment covers and floral centers, and
a dessert course consisting of lime
ice, decorated cakes, mints and nuts
was served prior to the games.
Places of honor guests were marked
by corsages of roses.
Miss, Etta Frances Harper scored
high and was awarded a bath acces,
sory, Mrs. John C. Parker retained
the floating prise, guest towels, and
Miss Adelaide . Harden received
sachets'as consolation prize.
Misses Greene and Harper were
presented silver in their patterns,
and Misses Howard and Parker w?re
remembered with gifts of crystal.
Honoring Miss Frances Howard,
Mrs. W*. R. Burke entertained, Wed
nesday afternoon, at a delightful
Summer flowers in mixed ar
rangements made a colorful setting
for the three tables. The place of'
the hflporee was marked with a
bracelet of flowers and matching
earrings and that of Mrs. H. Neal
Howard, her mother, by a butterfly
orchid corsage. Miss Jane Greene,
another bride-elect, received a cor
sage of pink rosea.
Following the progressive games
of contract, Mrs. Harry Harper, waa
awarded a blue tinted glass vase as
high score prize, and Miss Jm
Greene received a demi-tasse rack
Farmville, N. C.
LOVI k?|? the
was carried in the Bavarian
mold salad, which waa served from
one end of the table by Mrs. R.
Neal Howard. The table bore also
heart duped cakes, mints and nuts,
ftnd sa feed frd|t drink was
by the, hortetff
a luncheon, at which Mrs. Haywood
Smith was the gracious hostess.
The mothers pf the honoreee, Mrs.
J. Frank Harper, Mrs. A. J. Greene,
Mrs. H. Neal Howard sod Mrs. J.
W. Parker, Miss Rachel Brown, of
Bethel, and members of the Metho
dist Church choir shared in the
hospitality of Mrs. Smith at this
The brides' table was spread with
a handmade lade cloth and bore a
centerpiece of white dahlias, fever
few said Queen Anne's lace, which
served aa a background for a minia
ture bride and bridegroom. Corsages
of rosea marked the places of the
A course luncheon, consisting of
fruit cocktail, chicken salad, Sara
toga chips, tomatoes, pickles, rolls,
iced tea, ice cream and arfke, mints
and nuts, was served at one o'clock.
Miss Dorothy Smith and Mrs. C. H.
Flanagan assisted hi serving.
The honorees were presented gifts
of crystal in their chosen patterns
by the hostess.
JUNIOR WOMEN MEET
Members of the Junior Woman's
Club held their annual summer gat
together meeting at the suburban
home of Mrs. W. Jeese Moye, Wed
nesday afternoon, with Mrs. Frank
K. Allen end Mrs. Sam Lewis, Jrv as
Artistic arrangements of gladioli,
dahlias and abulias lent to the Moye
home an additional color note and
A variety of sandwiches, cooldfes,
olives, crax and coca colas were
served during the hour of pleasantry.
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Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Hay
wood Smith, organist, played a pro
gram of nuptial music and Mrs. R./0.
Lang, Jr., sang "Because" by d'Har
delot, and Elbert C. Holmes sang "I
Love You Truly" by Carrie Jacobs
Bond. The traditional wedding
inarches were used and Beethoven's
"Moonlight Sonata" was softly play
ed during the ceremony, at the close
of which, the two soloists rendered
LutkLn's Benediction as a dukt.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, Oscar G. Spell, wore a
dress of heavenly blue 'marquisette
eyelet in Hie tunic mode with a gros
grain ribbon trim in a darker shade
of blue. Her hat of pink horsehair
braid, was an off-face model with
pink fergetmenot trim and a finger
tip veil of blue. She carried a
prayer book covered by a white or
chid and tied with a shower of white
Mrs. O. G. Spell, Jr., of Golds
boro, attended her sister ss matron
of honor. She wore a pink sheer
crepe dress with lace trim and a
small brim]ess hat with flowerets.
She carried a bouquet of pink roses
tied with ptnk ribbon.
Miss Haxel Spell, another sister,
and Miss Shiriey Steagall, of Dur
ham, were maids of honor. Miss
Spell wore a yellow lace drees and a
white off-face hat. Miss Steagall's
gown was of green jersty and her
hat was similar to that of the other
bridesmaid. Both carried bouquets
of pink roses tied with pink ribbon,
O. G. Spell, Jr., of Goldsboro, was
best man. Ushers were Philip Harris,
of Candor, and Ensign Hubert Clark,
USNR, cousins of the bride.
The mother of the bride wore a
navy print mesh drees and a white
hat Her corsage was of red roses.
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Mr. and Mn. John Im Aber
nathy announce the marriage of
their daughter, Rom, to Milton "
day, July 19, in Greenville,
Mr. Barfietd is the aon of Mia.
Jerry Barfietd, of Midway Island,
Va., and the late Mr. Barfiehi W
1:00 P. M.?Hiss Alice Harper
Parker will ii(feipab| pi a
Jackson McDsvid, Jr., will en
tertain at a stag party at
Green Wreath Park at the tame
3:80 P. M.?Woman's Council
meets fax the Christian Church.
3:30 P. M.?Woman's Missionary
Society meets in the Baptist
4:00 P. M.?Episcopal Auxiliary
meets with Mrs. R. C. Oofcen
4:00 P. M.?Woman's Society
of Christian Service meets fax
the Methodist Church.
7 .-00 P. M.?Kiwranis Club.
8:00 P. M.?Y. W. A. meets with
?PifPebert P. Wheless.
1K)0 P. M.?Hie maid of honor
and bridesmaids in the Mc
David-Parker wedding prill en
tertain at a luncheon for the
bride-elect in the home of Mrs.
L. E. Flowers.
7:00 P. M ?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M.?Woodmen of the
8:00 P. M.?Annie Perkins Circle,
Baptis^, meets with Mrs. Carol
W. Modi in.
8:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
8:30 P. M.?The wedding of Miss
Alice Harper Parker and John
Jackson McDavid, Jr., at Birm
ingham, Alabama, will be
solemnized in the Methodist
Church. Reception to follow at
the home of the bride.
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
1:00 P. M.?Mrs. R. E. Pickett
and Mrs. W. S. Royster will en
tertain at a bridge luncheon
honoring Miss Frances How
ard, at the home of the former.
7:80 P. M.?Masons.
8:30 P. M.?B. & B. Club
with Mrs. C. S. Hotchkiss.
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