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last weak end in Moiekead Ctty. ^
week Arthur Geedwin, of Umtai
V Mrs. J. H. Derdsn visited hi* *?
ten in Durham during the weak end.
Miss Betty Love Spenser, a# 1TO
son, is the guest of Mrs. J. T. Bynum.
Mr. and Mn. R. G. Ruffln apart
Sunday in ftocky Mount with rela
Mrs. M. V- Jones and Mrs. Arthur
F. Joyner were Wilson visitors, ^ed
Mr. and Mn. David Jones spent
the week end in Hopewell, Vs., with
Jacqueline Nolan is visiting rela
tives in Raleigh, Roanoke and Bed
.Mrs. Willie T. Eaaon, who has been
seriously ill, is reported.to he much
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blackwood and
son, Cart, Jr., spent Tuesday in Rich
Mrs. W. H. Moore, Jr? and daugh
ter, Nancy Lu, will spend Saturday
Mr. and Mn. B. 0. Taylor returned
Sunday from a month's stay at At
Mn. Mark Wesley Joyner and
daughter, Pat, left this week to reside
Mr. and Mn. Arthur F. Joyner
spent the week end in Moiehead City
Mn. Corinne Stilley spent'the week
end and Labor Day with her sister in
Mr. and Mn. Horton Rountree and
Jack Darden spent the week end at
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Roebuck and
sons spent Sunday and Monday at
Miss Janie Kemp left Sunday to
resume her studies at Man Hill Col
lege, Mars Hill.
Mrs. Mattie W. Jones, of Holly
wood, Calif., is visiting Miss Annie j
Perkins this week.
Mrs. Roy Da vies, of Washington,
D. C., is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Tyson.
R. A. Joyner, Jr., of Raleigh, visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Joy
| ner, this week end.
Mn. Ben Vernon, Mrs. Wesley R.
Willis, and Mn. P. E. Jones spent
I Tuesday in Raleigh.
Mn. Will Jones, Jr., and daughter,
I Julie Reid, spent Monday with rela
| tives in Rocky Mount. < -
Ma and Mrs. R. A. Fountain, Sr.,
of Fountain, visited Mr. and Mn.
R. T. Norville, Sunday.
Mn. Deward Nichols and little
| Johnnie Mack Nichols were Golds
| boro visiton Wednesday.
Marvin Horton, Jr., returned, Tues
day, from a bo use party at Pawsley
Island in South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Norville were
| guests of Mr .and Mrs. I. ?k Worth
ingten, in Ayden, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones, of Sil
ver Springs,. Md., visited Mn. E. H.
Jones during the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Snipes, of Cul
pepper, Va., spent the week end with
Mr. and Mn. H. D. Johnson.
Mn. Tomrtly S. Ryon 'and children
have returned from a visit to rela
tives near Washington. D. C.
Mr. and Mn. Fred Hitt, of Cul
pepper, Va., spent the week end with
Mr. and Mn. *W. J. Rasberry.
Mr. and Mr* Bob Holloman, of
Rocky Mount, wen guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Manning this week.
Mn. Senie Parker has returned
from a visit to Mr. and Mn. Kenneth
Parker ^gnd family in New Bern.
Mn. W. H. Duke spent the week
end in Roanoke Rapids with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Drake and I
daughter, Nancy Etta, spent last!
week end in Windsor with relatives. 1
George R. \ Smith, Jr., will leave I
during the week end to enter Pres
byterian Junior College in Maxton.
Mr. and Mn. Josh W. Munden and
daughter, Betty Jane, of Elizabeth
City, spent Tuesday here visiting
Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Matthews and
children, Gerald and Collette of Nash
ville, visited Mrs. Manly Liles on
Mrs. James M. Yates, of White
ville, visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Greene, Monday and
Miss Mary Ellen
folk, V*., is spsi
with Miss Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. Joe R.
sister, Mrs. A.
home of Mrs. E. R.
Mm. G. a William.
7:00 P. M-?Kiwanta
8:00 P. M.?Circle 2, Presbyterian
Auxiliary, meet, with Mm. Joe
Flake. , '"'^1
3:00 P. M.?Wesleyan Guild.
4:00 P. M.?Marry Matron, meet
with Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt.
6:00 P. M.?Girl Scout, have an
niversary party at home of Mrs.
R. T. Williams.
7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7:00 P. M. ? Woodmen of the
8:00 P. M.?Boy Scouts.
8:30 P. M.?Episcopal Altar Guild
meet, with Miss Margaret
3.-00 P. M.?New Deal Club meet.
with Mm. A. W. Bobbitt.
3:00 P. M.?Wednesday After
noon Club meet, with Mm. R. C.
Copenhaver. % 3ft. - rJm
7:80 P. M.?Masons.
8:00 P. M.?Farmville 4-H Club.
Friday, 13 -
3:30 P. M.?Woman's Club meet,
at the home of Mm. J. M. Hob
3:30 P. M.?Book and Bridge Chib
meet, with Mrs. B. T. Williams.
Saturday, 14 -?
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
Jhe Rebecca Winborne Chapter, U.
|D. C., will meet today with Mr*. W.
Willis instead of Mrs.- G, M.
Mrs. Paul W. Matheson returned,
rhursday, to Charleston, S. C., after
i visit to her daughter, Mrs. T. Eli,]
Missee Lee and Frances Carraway,
>f Fayetteville, spent the week end
nrith,their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Thurman Owens and son, of
(fhiteville, returned Thursday after
t visit to Mrs. Owens' sister, Mrs.
BTill Jones, Jr.
Miss Hellen Rouse left- Monday to
Lssume her duties as teacher of
tublic school music in Hemengway
jchool in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sugg Askew
ind daughters, Betty Lawson and
Tanet Elspeth, of Wilson, were guests
>f Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Joyner, Sun
Mrs. Nannie Moye Humphrey will
eturn during the week end from a.
dsit to friends in Winston-SalenM
lickory, Black Mountain, and Green
rille* S. C.
Jimmy Darden left for New York
>n Wednesday moping, to attend a
eunion of the 89tn 8quadrorf of the
kir Corps of which he was formerly
i member. ?' ' '
Mrs. T. Eli Jotter, Jr., and mother,
Mrs. Paul W. Matheson, of Charles
on, S. C., Mrs. Robert T. Monk and
Mrs. A. C. Monk, Jr., spent Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carraway, of
Newport News, Vs., have returned
ifter a visit to Mrs; Cutaway's]
nother, Mrs. Clyde Brooks, near
Mr. jsnd Mrs. Graham Mr Adams
ind daughter, Annette, of Washing
ton,- D. C., spent the week end with
Mr. McAdiuns' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. McAdams.
Mrs. E. R. Clegg, Mrs. Bennett
Fields, Mrs. J. T. Thorne, Mrs. A.
Q. Roebuck, and Mrs.'Alton Bobbitt
attended the Methodist fall seminar
in Ehr City, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs.,Jules Phoenix, of
Chapel Hill, were overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rouse, Jr., Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. .Rouse and guests
ipent Wednesday'at Edgewater.
Mrs. Ellen Lewis Carroll, whs re
cently underwent an 'operation, re
turned Wednesday from Woodard
Herring Hospital in Wilson. She is
reported as recuperating rapidly.
Mrs. E. W. Andrews, of Deti
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore i
ily moved recently Into the Lip**
Apartments on S. Main street. Mr.
and Mrs. R. N. Freeman and daugh
ter moved into the home formerly oc
cupied by the Moo res on Home Ave
Bob Windham and Miss Dorothy
Cecil, of Washington, D. C., Mr. and
Mrs. W. R.- Dixon and daughter, of
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Har
rington and son, of- Greenville,' were
guests at Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wfnl
ham duriing the week end.
Mrs. G. B. Sims and son, Colin, Jr.,
of Vero Beach, Fla., Who have been
visiting Mrs. E. W. Andrews, in De
troit, Mich., stopped here en route
home to visit Mr. and Mrs. J alma
Bynuro and Mrs. B. Streeter Shep
pard. They returned home Monday.
Mrs.J. I. Morgan and son, Bob,
and Mrs. J. I. Morgan, Jr., and daugh
ters, Hadiey and Anne, left Wednes
day for a week's visit to relatives in
Opelika, Ala. They will attend the
wedding of Mrs. Morgan's niece on
Saturday. Hadiey "xnd Bob Morgan
will be attendants In the wedding.
Mrs: Louise Hands and Mrs. John
D. Dixon accompanied Mrs. Knott
Proctor and Mrs. Lee, .of Greenville,
to Baleigh, Wednesday, where they
carried Mrs. Walter Hartman and
daughter, Blanche Louise, to board a
train for their home in Tampa, Fla.,
after a visit to Mrs. Hartman's sis
ters, Mrs. Harris and Mm. Proctor.
Mr. and Mm. Joe R. Norris and
daughter, Beverly, have returned to
their home in Patereon, N. J., after
visiting Mr. Morris' sisters, Mm. M.
L. Eason and Mrs. W. F. Carraway.
Pvt. Norris Lee Eason is spending
a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Eason. Norris Lee, hav
ing completed his basic training at Ft.
McCelland, Ala., is now enroute to
Ft. Ord, Calif.
? ANKLE INJURY
Friends will regret tp learn that
Mrs, Madeline H. Rountree, of St.
Petersburg, Fla., who has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Dora H. Keel,
this summer, sustained a broken ankle
in a fall, early -Sunday night, on
George street, and will be lit a east
for the next eight or nine weeks.
HOSTS AT SUPPER
Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jones and Dr.
and Mrs. ? R. T. Williams entertained
members of the Bogue Sound Club,
near Morehead at a sumptuous fish
Jtew supper on Saturday evening.
Among the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Otis TXylor and Mr. and Mrs.
I. T. Windham, of Farmville.
Relatives were joined by many of
the friends of Mrs. Clyde Brooks in
tendering her a picnic dinner at her
home, near Walstonburg, on Friday,
August 28, in celebration of her birth
day. During the afternoon, the hon
oree was taken to the dining room,
where a shower of gifts had bent
arranged as a surprise.
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LEFT FOR CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Paul E. Jones and Mrs. Wes
ley R. Willis left Thursday by motor
for a month's ..visit to California.
Mrs. Jones will visit her daughter,
Mrs. Charles M. Duke, at Pasadena,
and Mrs. Willis will go on to San
Francisco and Eureka for a visit to
her brother, JUason Officer Lee
They were accompanied by Elbert
Moye, who was released recently from
military service and will enter the
University of California this menfh.
He has been visiting his aunt, Mrs.
Henrietta M. Williamson since his
The Rev. Z. B. T. Cox accompanied
the Bird Club members on a hike and
picnic in the woods on Saturday
morning, telling them about the
birds he saw while in England dur
ing et he war, which were mostly
pheasants and quail, and also just
how animals and birds are prepared
for cooking and the methods of hunt
ing in that country.
The construction of bird nests w?
studied and different kinds of shrubs
and plants from which birds derive
Bobby.Joyner and Chandler Cox
were welcomed as new
. afternoon at the home of the
?, in which dahlias, asters and
were used In effective flc *
The color note
and white was observed in
dining room and emphasised in
salad course, served after.the games.
Mrs. C, Hubert Joytwr compiled
high srfore iif contract and was award
ed p towel set and Miss Howard, scor
ing low, received guest towels. Mrs.
R. E. Pickett won a package of toilet
ries as the bingo prise. The honors*
presented a silver tray by the
A frozen fruit salad, ham biscuits,
ribbon sandwiches, cup cakes and
iced tea were served after play, and
colas were enjoyed during the
tL . ? &'' -r" ? ?' )
The shower of useful kitchen SCcee
sories agd gadgets was presented Hie
bride-elect by Diana Monk, daughter
of one of the hostesses, in the role
of Aunt Jemima. T'- f y
Mrs. R. S. Scott and Mrs. R. V.
Piser were joint hostesses, Tuesday
morning, at the home of the former,
in compliment to Miss Howard, at a
delightful coca cola party. Dainty
sandwiches, ham biscuits, pickles,
olives, eheese straws, bird nest cook
ies and sand tarts were served with
the iced "cokes."
The hostesses presented Miss tow
ard with mixing bowls in pastel
shades and remembered Mrs. James
M. Yates, of Whlteville, a recent
bride, wita a sii ilar gift
Asters, roses and zinnias were in
artistic arrangements throughout the
surburban home of the Scotts.
Miss Howard was honored, on
Thursday, at a lovely bridge luncheon,
given by'Mrs. Ted L. Albritton and
Mrs* R. T. Williams at the home of
the former on West Church street. ,
lire five tables were spread with
refreshment cloths and centered with
miniature arrangements of asters.
Dahlias, hydrangeas and asters were
used in the further floral deception
of the home.
The luncheon, consisting of a bar
becue plate and individual lemon
chiffon pies, was served at 1:00
o'clock. Mrs. Manly. Liles, mother of
the bridegroom-elect, Mrs. ElSert C.
Holmes, Mrs. Nannie Moye Humph
rey and Miss Anne Jones attended
as luncheon guests.
In the progressive contract games,
played afterwards, Mrs.. W.- S. Roys
ter compiled high setae and received
a pink tinted glass vase; the floating
prize, plastic coasters, was - retained
by Mrs. Harry Harper, and the con
solation, a flower vase, went to Miss
The honoree was psesented a silver
mayonnaise bowl by Mrs. Albfitton
and flat silver in her chosen pattern
by Mrs. Williams. ?
This morning, fctiday, at 11:30
o'clock. Miss Susan Thorpe, of Rocky
Mount, wHl entertain at a luncheon
honoring Miss Howard.
ENTERTAIN AT DANCE
AT THM COUNTRY CLUB
A gala eveht on the week's calen
dar of the younger set was the en
joyable d&nce, of Saturday evening,
at which Miss Vivian Scotland Neal
Howard, Jr., were hosts.
The Country Club, scene of the
dance, was decorated with sprays of
clematis on the mantles and arrange
ments of zinnias on end tables.
The hosts greeted guests as they
arrived. Dancing was enjoyed by the
twenty couples from 3:80 uritil mid
night. , * -s
Fruit punch, crax, cookies, pickles
and olives were served throughout
evening with Miss Frances Hi
sister of the host, presiding over
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Scott and
and Mrs. Neal Howard, Sr., were
m were a - number oi
friends' from Kins ton and. Fountain.
dollars in U. S.
The Episcopal Altar
| vidual lemon
T. William., the retiring
Mm^Mabmy E. PoHwd, and Mm. C.
Mm. Nolan presided and outlined
the year*, objectives, which will in
clude a continuation of the sponsor
ship of the Girl Scouts and the tiny
tots' playground. In closing, the'
president reminded the dub of its
theme "With faith in our objectives,
and good will in our hearts, we will
work toward ajworld of peace." ym
Serving with Mm. Nolan on the
executive board this fear will be
Mrs. R. T. Williams, vice president;
Mm. R. C. Copenhaver, recording sec
retary; Mm. J. M. Mewbom. cor
responding secretary; Mm. C. S.
Hotchkiss, treasurer; Mm. Curtis
Flanagan, reporter; and the follow
ing department chairmen, announced
at this time:
Mm. W. H. Duke,,American Citizen
ship; Mm. John Erwin Wilkemon,
Home; Mrs. L. J. Williford, Art; Mm
Bill Rollins, Education; Mrs. Theodore
Moore, International Relations) Miss
Bertha Lang, Literature; Mr*. Sam
Lewis, Public Welfare; Mm. Richard
D. Harris, Music,
The new president brought echoes
also from the recent annual Council
Institute, held by the NCFWC, in
Raleigh, which she attended, and of
the program suggested. The. dub
pledged ltaelf at this time to full co
operation with Mrs. Jesse Moye,
president of the 15th District. Mrs.
Mabrey E. Pollard reported plana
outlined by Mrs. Moye at a recent
luncheon tendered by her, and at
which Mm. Pollard represented this
group. She repeated the slogan
adopted by the District, "Service with
emphasis on Youth Conservation and
the Building of Libraries."
Mrs. R. T. Willianjs, a counsellor
of the Girl Scouts, reported on their
activities and the club agreed to spon
sor a party to celebrate the first an
niversary of this group. |
Mm. Roderick Hanis, Mrs. W. C. j
Garner, Mm. Allen Drake and Miss
Rosemary Holmes were given < a cor
dial welcome as new members, which
was extended also to Mm. Josh Mun
den, of Elisabeth City, a former mem
ber, and Mm. Roy Davie#, of Wash
ington, D, C, as special guests.
Literary Club .
Mm. W. M. Willis was hostess at
the initial full meeting of the Liter
ary Club, held Wednesday afternoon
of this week. Arrangements of roees,
astern, gladioli aqd. dahlias made a
lovely setting for the meeting.
Miss Elisabeth Davis, president,
gave an interesting'and informative
lecture on "The library of Congress,"
discussing its origin, growth and de
velopment and the varied services
rendered by it to the people of this
and other nations, illustrating her,
talk with exterior and interior views
of the building. Miss Davis told also
of recent visits to libraries i? West
ern North Carolina.
Bringing the program to a delight-]
the hostess, who pre
with a silver breaji pad
plate at this time.
?&/*?' Contract dab
Mrs. J. W. Joyner delightfully en
tertained members of the Contract
Club and apodal guests, Mies Fran
ces Howard, Miss Elisabeth Davis,
Miss Agnes Virginia Quinerfy and
Miss Anne L. Jones, Tuesday after
noon. Roses, vari-colored hydran
geas and marigolds from her own
garden were in artistic arrangement
in the reception, living and dining
rooms, thrown ensuite.
Tablet were spread with refresh
ment covers and centered with bud
vases containing-roses and clematis
for the sewing of vanilla ico cream,
topped with fresh strawberries, home
made cake, and salted nuts updn the
arrfVU of the guesta.
Mrs. H. Neal Howard and daughter.
Miss Frances Howard, won the high
?core awards for dub members and
guests, handpainted ornamental pitch
en, and Hie hostess remembered Miss
Howard, bride-elect of the month,
with a handsome luncheon set
GIRL SCOUTS TO HOLD
Both troops of thi Farmville Girl
Sdouta will hold their first anniver
sary party at the home of Mrs. R. T.
Williams, one of the leaders, on Tues
day, September 10, at 5 o'clock. Each
girl is requested to bring her dues of
60c. All girts, who are interested in
joining the Scouts, are asked to con
tact Mrs. Williams.
EDWARDS - SAWREY
79>e following adnouncement has
been received by friends here:
"Mrs. Verna Rose Sawrey an
nounces the marriage of her daugh
ter, Eula Ma ye, to Mr. Charles Silas
Edwards, on Saturday, the thirty
first of August, Nineteen hundred
and forty-six, Smithfield, North Caro
lina. At home, Farmville, N. C."
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