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Mr. and Mia Lowsll LUss
Thursday ia Raleigh. -
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Mrs. a H. Wssthrook is
the week at Camp Crkigmoat.
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Mr. sad Mrs. Howard Moys
the week end at Vlrgiai* Beach.
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R. B. Stanfield, of Portsmouth, Vs.,
spent Thursday with raiatives hers.
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Miss Rosemary Holmes has re
turned from Camp Rockbrook, Bre
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Ml? Nell Beaman spent the week
end with Miss Helen Duncan in Mur
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Mrs. Herman Rouse returned, Wed
nesday, from a visit to relatives in
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Diana Monk has returned hfter a
five weeks stay at Camp Adventure,
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Mr And Mrs. Edward May and
Miss Elisabeth May were Greenville
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Mrs. W. J. Rollins, Mrs. B. R.
Fields and Mrs. Emerson Smith spent
Tuesday in Bethel.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rountree, of
Raleigh, visited Mr. and Mrs. Emer
son Smith last week.
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William C. Humphrey, of Jackson
ville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Humphrey this week.
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Mrs. Giles Kornegay, Misses Pa4 ay
and Mary Frances Allen were Green
ville visitors, Monday.
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Miss Emily Gayle left Monday to
assume her duties as a member of
the Belvoir school faculty.
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Dan Satterthwaite has returned
after a visit of several weeks to Bert
McCullum, in Louisville, Ky.
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Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Miselle spent
Sunday in Rocky Mount as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Stevens.
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Mrs. Alice TugweIl,.of near Arm
ville, is spending the week with her
sister, Mrs. Pearl Johnston.
Capt. Elbert E. Moye, Milton Wil
liamson and Edward Beckman spent
the week end at Carolina Beach.
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Mrs. P. E. Jones returned Sunday
after spending a month at her apart
ment at the Bogue Sound- Club.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Drake, of
Windsor, spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday with Mrs. Aileh It Drake.
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horton Roun
tree spent the week end at Morehead
City, as the guests of Jack Darden.
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Mrs. W. A. McAdams is visiting
her sisters, Mrs. Phillip Foster and
Mrs. Fred Poplin, in Norfolk, Va.
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Mrs. Nassif Cannon received word
that her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hatem,
died in Mt. Lebanon on August 5,
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Mrs. John Pollard and son, Bill,
will arrive Saturday after a stay of
several months at Ogunquit, Maine.
Mrs. Mary Jerome Simons, of Ral
eigh, has .^turned to her nome after
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wheless.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor and Amos
Mozingo are spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Mozingo.
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Mrs. Tom E. Harris and daughter,
Janet, have returned from a visit to
relatives in Richmond and Sandston,
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Mrs. Tommy Vinson and daughter,
m;m Cordelia, of Durham, are visit
ing Mrs. Vinson's mother, Mrs* Paul
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Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Hammond, of
New Bern, returned Wednesday after
a visit to the Barrow family near
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Mrs. Gene Hartis, of -Charlotte,
and Mrs. C. S. Eagles, of Saratoga,
visited Mrs. Henrietta M. Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Jos Peek, of Kanka
kee, 111., will arrive Sunday for a
week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
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Mr. and Mrs. James S. Schmaa sad
son, James Carr, of Portsmouth, Va*
spent the weak end with Mrs. B.
Streeter Sheppard. .V.'-i
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Mr. f1"* Mrs. Prank N. Crews, Jr*
of South Boston, Va, are visiting
Mrs. Crows' parents, the Rev. and
Mrs. E. W.
r, Mrs. W.
a of Smithfleld,
Newark, N. J.,
dance at the Country Club.
Monday, Sept. S a
8:80 P. M.? Episcopal Auxiliary
meets with Mrs. R. C. Co pen
8:30 P. M.?Woman's "Council of
the Christian Church, meets in
8:30 P. M.?Woman's Missionary
t Society, Baptist, meets in the
| 4:00 P. M.?Woman's Society of
Christian Service meets in the
7:00 P. M.?Kiwanis Club.
8:00 P. M.?Mission Study Class,
^ Methodist, meets in the home of
Mrs. Bertha Gardner.
8:00 P. M-?Y. W. A., Baptist,
meets with Mrs. H. D. Johnson.
8:00 P. M.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. J. W. Joyner.
7:00 P. M<?Rotary dub.
7.-00 P. M.?Woodmen of World.
8.-00 P. M? Mission Study Class,
Methodist, meets in the home of
Mrs. C. H. Mozingo. ,
8:00 P. M.?Annie Peririns Circle,
Baptist, meets in the Churdv
with Mrs. Robert Joyner as hos
8:00 P. M.?Junior Woman's Club
will hold s supper meeting at
the Country dub.
8:00 P. M.? Boy Scouts.
I 3:46 P. M.?literary Club meets
with Mrs. W. M. Willis.
7:30 P. M.?Masons.
8:00 P. M.?Lang's 4-H dub.
3:00 P. M.?Lamrad dub meets
with Mrs. George E. Moore, Jr.
3:3t> P. M. ? Rebecca Winborne
Chapter U. D. C. meets with
Mrs. G. M. Holden.
7U6?P. M.?American Legion.
7:80 P. M.?Order Eastern Star.
10:00 A M..?Bird Club.
I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Estep and
I children, Roger, Johnny and Jerry,
of Lenoir, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. R. Smith, Friday.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Coughlin have
stuAaad fto Detroit, Mich., after a
I visit to Mm. Coughlin's Parents, Mr.
and Mm. Wesley R. Willis.
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Misses Mary Alice and Vivian Mor
Igan returned, Monday, after spend
ing the week end in Norfolk, Vs., with
Mr. and Mm. Frank Freeman.
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Mr. and Mm. W. ? Edwards and
I children, Mary Jo and Gilbert, of
Jacksonville, Fla., am visiting Mr. and
Mm. J. M. Wheless this week.
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Mm. R. W. Dail, of Snow Hill, J.
II. Humphrey and daughter, ifelen,
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with
I Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Humphrey.
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Mrs. E. W. Holmes and house
I guests, Mr. and Mm. Frank N.
I Crews, Jr., of South Boston, Vs.,
spent Wednesday in Moyehead City.
Friends will be glad to learn that
I Town Clerk Richard A. Joyner, who
| has been ill again, recently, ir ie
I ported as improving, and able to be
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Mr. and Mm. Carroll D. Oglesby
I and son, Dean, returned Sunday after
la risk to Mr. and Mia. D. E. Oglesby
[at their summer home on Bogue
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Mrs. J. R. Shirley and family and
I Mm. D. E. Gurganus, of Norfolk, Va-,
and Mrs. E. L. Finch, of Vass, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gaynor
this weqk. '
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Friends will regret to leant that
IC. A. Tyson, who- has been recuperat
ing from a long illness, has suffered
Is temporary setback arid is confined
o his bed again.
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R. L. Manning, who has
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-Mm. J. W. 'lUe'r attended _
Robert Moyris Day exercises, Grand I
Chapter of N. C., O. E. S., in Green:
boro this week. Robert Morris was _.
founder of the Order of the Eastern I
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Miss Lula Forbes and i
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Mrs. T. E. Joyner, Sr., and dai
r, Miss Verona Lee Joyner,
F. A. Jordan, of Greenville,
Sunday to attend the New York
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Qulnerty spent Sunday at
Wrightsville Beach. Mrs. T. C. Turn
are returned with them
ing several weeks there.
Mrs. John T. Thome and Mrs. Hay
the DeVisconti and
who attended the Institute Council I
of the N.C.F.W.G
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Miss Frances Gray, of Trenton,
spent last week end with Miss Jen
Easley. They left for Jacksonville,
Fla., Sunday night to attend the
Archibald - Gillespie wedding
Thursday, August 29k
Mrs. W. T. Overstreet, who has
been visiting her sisters-in-law, Mrs.
7 G_ Oupree, Sr, and wis. Minnie
Overstreet, left Wednesday to visit
relatives in Weldon before returning
to her home in Lakeland, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Satterfield
and son, Charles, of Richmond, Vs.,
spent the wefek end with Mr. add
Mrs. M. V. Jones. Mrs. J. D. Gates
accompanied the Satterfielda here
and remained for a longer visit.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. Jesse Moye and
a party of Greenville friends spent
the week end at Manteo, and attend
ed "The Lost Colony," Mr. and Mrs.
Moye stopped in Elisabeth City, Sun
day, for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Josh
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Mr. and Mrs. James M. Yates re
turned from their wedding tour to
Western North Carolina, Saturday,
and visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Greene
during the week end. They were en
route to Whiteville where they will
make their home.
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Mrs. G. Alex Rouse, Mrs. J. W.
Joyner, Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree,
of Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. W.
C. Murray, of Washington, D. C.,
who are visiting Mrs. Dora H. Keel,
spent Tuesday, in Raleigh, with Mrs.
John B. Wright, Jr.
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Mr. and Mro. F. H. Basnight and
daughter, Miss Jeanie, and sons; Jesse
and Billy, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
Roebuck on Wednesday, en route to
Chapel Hill from their summer home
at Beaufort. Billy Basnight remained
for several days visit with Shelby
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Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Hicks and
family, of Henderson, and Herb Man
ning and Miss Helen Drumm, of
Darlington, S. C., spent the past week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy.
On Friday night Mr. Hicks, as gover- ]
nor of the Carolinas Kiwanis Dis
trict, Mr. Henning, as secretary, and
Mr. Bundy, as past governor, attend
ed a divisional meeting of Kiwanis in
Swanboro. On Saturday night the
group was guest of the Bundy fami
ly at Manteo where they attended a
performance of "The Lost Colony."
Mrs. W. Jeese Moye, president of
the 15th district Of the North Caro
lina Federation of Woman's Clubs,
and Mrs .Flunk K. Allen, district sec
retary, attended the annual Institute
Council of the Federation held in Ral
eigh, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss
Tabitha DeVisconti, president of the
Woman's Club, and Mrs. J. T. Nolan,
president of the Jr. Woman's Club,
attended the Institute on Wednesday.
MISS HOWARD ENTERTAINED
AT LOVELY DESSERT-BRIDGE I
A lovely event of the week's social
calendar was the dessert-bridge party,
of Friday evening, at which Mis.
Arthur F. Joyner eras hostess in
compliment to Hiss Frances Howard,
bride-elect. . MB
Summer flowers, in effective ais
rangements, were used as a colorful
setting for the five tables, which
were laid for the ice course and cen
tered with small arrangements of
Mrs. H. Neal Howard, mother of
the honor guest, wpn the high score
award, table mats, and Mrs. R. T.
Williams, as runner-up, received
soap package. The honor gvnst u
presented a silver vegetable dish by|
BOOK AND BRIDGE CLUB
Members, of the Book and Bridge
Club and special guests, Mrs. David
T. Harris and Mrs. A. C. Monk, Jr.,
enjoyed an afternoon of contract, Fri
of the 1
. In a torn
[which waa char
and dignity, Mine
per, daughter of Mr. and
*< ntu* the bride of
Warren George Palmer, of Berkeley,
Calif., and Farm ville, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. George Palnaer, of Berkeley,
Cfellf. The Rev. Marvin Y. Self, of
Mt. Olive, and the Rev. E. R. Clegg,
par tor of the local Church, officiated
in the ring ceremony.
Oregon fern was used as a back
ground for the pedestal basket* of
white gladioli, stephanoths and asters,
which were flanked by floor stand
ards of cathedral candles. Hie semi
circular altar rail bote candles and
was entwined with plumosa fem and
white satin ribbon to enhance the
setting for the nuptial vows. Re
served pews were marked by spray
decorations of gladioli, fern and tulle
Prior to the ceremony, Mre. Hay
wood Smith, organist, and Warren
Barfleld, a radio program director of
WPTF, Raleigh, rendered nuptial se
lections: Mrs. Smith played "Liebe
,slied," by Grieg, "Salut IF Amour," by
Elgar, "How So Fair," Floton, from
the opera Martha, with carillonic-bell
obligate, "Call Me Thine Own, by
Halvery, and "Melody" by Tschaik
oWsky; Mr. Barfleld sang "Because"
by dHardelot, "All For You," by
Bertrand?Brown, and "My Hero," by
Straus. The traditional wedding
? marches were used and Mir do well's
"To A Wild Rose" was softly played
during the ceremony. Following the
benediction, Mr. Barfleld sang "The
Lord's Prayer," by Malotte.
The bride entered the Church with
her father, by whom she was given in
marriage. Her gown, of white nylon
marquisette, was in the dropped
shoulder mode with sheer yoke and a
round neckline. The basque was in
laced effect and the puffed sleeves
fitted from the elbow and ended in
points over the hands. The full skirt
extended into a cathedral train. .The
wedding veil of handmade Venetian
lace, was sent from Venice as a gift
to the bride by her brother, Pvt.
Jennis P. Harper. The veil fell from
a Mary Queen of Scots hat, made from
the lace, ancl extended beyond the
train. She carried a bride's bouquet
of roses, stephanotis and asters, which
waa shpwgrtd with tuberoses. Her
only ornament wag a strand of pearls,
a gift of the bridegroom.
Miss Willie Rae Harper attended
her sister as maid df honor. She wort I
a heavenly blue f%ykm mkrquisette '
dress, made in the basque mode with
dropped shoulders and draped bertha.
Her full skirt extended in a slight
train. Her headdress was of the blue
marquisette. She carried a bouquet
of pink roses tied with satin ribbon
in a deeper shade.
Bridesmaids, wearing gowns identi
cal in mode to that of the maid of
honor, were: Mi*p Adelaide Darden,-1
of Ayden, and Mrit F. T. Carr, who
wore yellow; Miss Sara Miles, of
Warrenton, hnd Miss Mary Ellen
Kittrell, of. Walstonburg, who wore
peach, wnd Miss Dorothy Clarke, of
Oxford^ and Miss Margaret Tyson,
whose gowns were nile green.. Each
wore a strand of pearls and carried
a bouquet of asters in pastel shades.
Honorary bridesmaids ware, Miss
Wilda Katherine Perry, of Durham,
Miss Janelle Brown, of Rocky Mount,
Miss Margaret Coates and Miss Dor
othy Jones. Their dresses were in
pastel shades. - ?*
The best man was F. T. Carr, and
usher* were Albert 8. Darden, of
Ayden, Emerson Smith, Joseph F.
Gregory, Albert Q. Roebuck, Charles 1
A. Joyner and Charles Rae Townsend.
The bride's mother wore a black |
nylon marquisette dress and a corsage
Following the ceremony, the part
N. Main street. The house was deco
rated in gladioli, roses and dahlias
with a color not.> ofjeUew,white and
Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck greet
ed the guests aiyl the Rev. and Mrs.
E. R. Clegg introduced the receiving
One composed of the bride's parents,
the^ bride and bridegroom, the maid
Receiving at the dining room door
were the Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Y.
year at But Caro
joring in Home Be and Social Science.
Mr. Palmer was graduated from the
Fresno high school, California, and
attended Fresno State College. He
volunteered in 1942 for service in the
USNR, and was released in January
of tids year, having served as Chief
Radio Technician, with two years
overseas duty in the Pacific Theatre.
He holds the position of Chief Engi
neer at WGTC, Greenville.
A , number of prenuptial courtesies
have been extended Mrs. Palmer since
announcing her engagement in June.
Misa Willie Rae Harper entertained
sister, the bridegroom-elect, the
party and a few friends at a
rehearsal party and cake cutting,
Tuesday evening. The dining room
table was spread with a lace cloth
and centered with the tiered wedding
cake, topped by a miniature bride and
Mrs. F. T. Carr and Miss Margaret
Tyson entertained at a lovely mis
cellaneous shower, at the home of the
former, Saturday evening, in compli
ment to the bride-elect. Decorations
of early fall flowers were in pleasing
Featuring the program of enter
tainment were bridal contests, in
which the honoree, Misa Johnsie
Moore and Miss Adelaide Darden were
prise winners. '
Following this, the guests were in
vited into the dining room, where the
color note of white and green was
used effectively in the floral decora
tions. A doll bride was used as a
centerpiece for the table and the
room was illumined by candles in sil
ver holders. The packages surround
ing the bride, proved to be miscellan
eous gifts for the honoree from the
guests. The hostesses presented the
bride-elect with china in her pattern
and Mrs. John Wilkerson, a recent
bride, was remembered with a gift
Vanilla frappe, cookies and nuts
Fountain; Mrs. Ray West, Sr., Mrs.
Sam and Miss Jane Kittrell, Mr. and
" I. J. and Miss Ramona Rous
of Walstonburg; Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Hardy, of Maury; Misses Nell and
Asa Battle, of Rocky Mount; Mr. and
Mrs. f. L. Oates, of Hartsville, S, C.
MISS BETTIR JOTNER
HAS GARDEN CLUB
?An interesting; meeting of the
Farraville Garden Club was held
Monday afternoon, with Miss Bettie
Joyner as hostess. Zinnias, mari
golds and bowls at other garden flow
ers, in mixed arrangements, were
used as a setting for the meeting.
Miss Tabitha M. DeVisconti pre
sided and reported the recent Coun
cil Institute, held in Raleigh, and
told.also of the North Carolina
School of Forestry.
Mrs. E. F. Gaynor was in charge
of -the program for the afternoon,
and gave an enlightening and help
ful talk on Lilies, pointing out that
they may be grown from early spring
until frost; she named the varieties
ami 'colors and suggested other flow
ers suitable for planting in or near
the lily bed for best effect The
speaker displayed pictures in illus
tration of her talk, which she brought
to a conclusion with garden hints
The president extended a cordial
welcome to Mrs. Melton Allen, a new
member, and to Mitt Gladys Barrow,
Following adjournment, the host
ess, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Ber
tha Gardner, served a delicious sweet
course with salted nuts and present
ed members and her special guest
with potted plants as favors.
- SEVEN PINES CLUB HOLDS
The Seven Pines Home Demonstra
tion Club held its annual picnic, Fri
day evening, at 6:00 o'clock, at the
Municipal swimming pool. Husbands
and children of the members were
invited as special guests, there were
around 76 present. Following the
sumptuous picnic meal, games and
group singing were enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Paylor announce
the Mfh of a d-whUr, Franc*
Marian, on Saturday, August 24, at
the Williams-Winatsad Clink. Mrs.
Paylor was the former Miss
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