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Monday in Wilaon.
Mr. aad Mm H. H.
Saturday In Rocky Mount.
Mrs. Annie Mixelle ia visiting he:
son. Walter MiseUe, in )few Ben.
Mies Helen Rouee, pf Wilmington
?pant the week end at her home here
Mis. W. H. Bynum, of New Bent
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam T
Miss Mary Brady, of Bennett, spenl
the week end with her sister, Mis. W
Harry Devia, student at State Col
lege, Raleigh, spent the week end at
Miss Janet Tyson, of Saratoga
?pent the week end with Miss Willie
B. S. Smith Jr. visited in Baltimore,
Md? and Washington, D. C., during
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis
?pent several days last week in Wash
ington, D. C.
Sgt. Bob Psylor, who has been sta
tioned in the Philippines, is expected
home this week.
Mrs. Cora M. Edwards, of Pinetops,
visited Mr. end Mrs. Charles S. Ed
Mr. sad Mrs. R. D. Rouse, Jr., of
Chapel Hill, spent the week end with
their parents, here.
Mrs. Corinne Stilley left Tuesday
for a few days visit to relatives in
Dunn and Durham.
Mrs. Archie L. Speight and Mrs.
R. E. McLawhom were Snow Hill
Mrs. Marie W. Joyner and son, Pat,
of Greenville, spent Tuesday night
with Mrs. J. M. Ward.
Mrs. L. A. DJ-sart, of Lenior, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joseph
D. Joyner, this week.
Mrs. Graydon Liles, of Durham,
spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Neal Howard. '
Miss Ruby Sanders, of Columbia,
S. C., spent the week end with her
sister, Mrs. H. D. Johnson.
Mrs. Z. M. Whitehurst, Mrs. G. L.
Cilchrist and Mrs. Ben Vernon were
Greenville visitors, Tuesday.
Mrs. John A. Moore, who has been
visiting Mrs. Louise D. Harris, re
turned to Fayetteville, Sunday.
Miss Jean Beckman, student of
Meredith College, Raleigh, will spend
the week end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Z. T. Cbx, in Rocky Mount.
Sjgt; Casey Dzietak, of Camp Le
jeune, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Garner during the week end.
Mrs. Mary Lewis Lang and daugh
ter, Mrs. J. H. Harrell, of Greenville,
were Raleigh visitors, Wednesday.
Mrs. 0. G. Spell and Mrs. Edgar
J. Barrett and daughter, Brenda,
were Greenville visitors, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Parker, of
Fort MeCelland, Ala., will arrive to
day for a visit to Mrs. Senie Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duke and fam
ily spent Friday and Saturday in
Richmond, Va., and Roanoke Rapids.
Mr. and Mrs. Knott Proctor and
daughter, Miss Hannah, of Greenville,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Louise D.
Mrs. F. A. Darden and son, Bruce,
Mrs. Charles Edwards and Mis. Fired
Smith were Kinston visitors, Wed
| Miss Ida Cowan, who has been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Darden,
| returned to her home in Durham,
Tuesday. < >r
| Latest reports state that Leon
Jones, a patient in the Veterans Hos
pital at Fayetteville, is not improving
s expected. -
| Jim Joyner, George W. Davis and
Dr. Paul E. Jones were among those
attending a political rally in William -
| Mrs. Robert Lee Smith and Mrs.
Jalma Bynum were week end guests
| of their sister, Mrs. R. K. Virnelson,
? Mr and Mrs. M. L. Eason and Mil
ton Easoa, HI, and Mr and Mrs. W.
| F. Carraway were FaysMsvilis^y
? Mrs. R. A. Fields ni Mrs. & K.
[Moore, Jr., visited Mrs. John E. King
at the East Carolina Sanatorium, in
| Mrs. J. C. Brock, Jr., Mrs. C.
Moxingo, Mrs. Marvin Speight, Jr.,
and Mrs. Edward Moxingo were Kin
ston visitors, Friday.
Mrs. J. L. Beyette, of Kenly,
Mrs. W. E. Smith, of Wilson, arrive
3:S0 p. m. ? Gardsn Club mart*
with Mm. Melton Allen.
7:00 p. m.?Siwanis.
8:00 p. m?Presbyterian Auxiliary
meets with Mm. J. M. Mewborn.
8:00 p. m. ? Christian Woman's ,
Council, Group 1, meets with
Mm. Louise Ranis.
10:00 a. m.?Executive Committee,
Baptist Woman's Missionary
*? Society, meets with Mrs. Henry
7:00 p. m.?Woodmen of World.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
8:00 p. m. ? Christian Woman's
Council, Group 3, meets with
v Mrs. Frank Davis, Jr.
8:00 p. m.?Mrs. Curtis Flanagan
entertains at dessert-bridge in
compliment to Miss Verona Lee
Joyner, bride-elect of November.
8:00 p. m. ? Christian Woman's
Council, Group 4? meets with
Mm. Howard Moye.
8:30 p. m.?Episcopal Altar Guild
'meets with Mrs. C. S. Hotchkisa.
1:00 p. m.?Miss Verna Lowery
and Miss Lillian Hinss compli
ment Miss Verona Lee Joyner,
bride-ek -t, at a luncheon at the
Greenville Woman's Club.
4:00 p. c..?Girl Scout Rally, with
all troops participating, at the
park and swimming pool.
7:16?Rotary Club will entertain
at Ladies's Night ,
8:00 p. m. ? Christian Woman's
Council, Group 2, meets with
Mm. Sam Flanagan.
3:30 p. m. ? Presbyterian Juniors
meet with Walter Burgess.
Friday, November 1
3:00 p. m.? Lam red Club meets'
with Mm. Ted Albritton.
3:30 p. m. ? Rebecca Winborne
Chapter, & Z). C., meets in the
home of Wfc G. M. Holden with
Mm. L. E. Flowers as hostess.
7:00 p. m.?American Legion mhets
in the high school cafeteria.
7:00 p. m.?Order of Eastern Star.
7:00 p. m.?P.T.A. Rally in the
high school gymnasium.
Saturday, 2 *?
10:00 a. m.?Pet. Show in the gym.
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
4-6:30?Mrs. Ruel Tyson and Mrs.
Robert P. Wheless compliment
Miss Verona Lee Joyner St a tea
at the Greenville Woman's Club.
7:30 p. m.?Joint meeting of Wesley
and Langs Fellowship groups at
the Farmville Home Demonstration
Clubhouse. Hallowe'en party fol
lows the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Murphrey will
attend the Ferguson-Humphrey wed
ding and a buffet supper for out-of
town guests, Saturday afternoon, in
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Roebuck and
family and Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Roe
buck and family attended a reunion
of the Roebuck family in Robersqp
Sam P. Bundy ahd Ernest Petteway
were guests at the annual dinner
meeting of the Kiaston Chamber of
Commerce held in Kinston on Thurs
day night of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steppe had as
dinner guests, Sunday, Rev. L. B.
Manning, of Fountain, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Bearaon and sons, of Tar
bo ro, and Miss Evelyn Craft, of near
Mrs. Bob Joyner, Miss Hattie Carr,
Miss Sula 'Carr, SP. (S) 1/c, of
Charleston, S. C., and Mrs. - Math
Wesley Joyner visited Rev. and Mrs.
M. Y. Self, in Mt. Olive, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wilson and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Williams, of
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ji
wards, of Washington, were the
end guests of Mr. and Mfs, G.
Mr. and Mts. F. F. Proctor,
Danville, Vs., A. S. Proctor,
Huldah and Christine
R. Drake spent the
his family. Mrs. Drake
Clinton, Monday, and is
Hi They atta * 4
is visiting in
Union, Spartanburg, and
a a Mrs. E. W. Holmes, who ac
The bride was given in marriage
by bar father. A petite brunette, a
never lovelier than in her wed
gown of white nylon in bodice
with lace trim. The long fitted
ended with a point over the
The skirt waa full and ex
into a long train. Her veil of
illusion was fingertip length and fell
from a tiara of orange blossoms. She
carried a white prayer book covered
with white orchids and showered
with white satin ribbons and step
Miss Annie Nichols, was her sis
tar's maid of honor end-only attend
ant. She wore a dress of pink mar
quisette made with a shirred bodice
and a sweetheart neckline, puffed
sleeves and a long full skirt She
carried an arm bouquet of mixed au
tumn flowers in shades of pink and
The best man was H. A. Nichols,
a brother of the bride. Ushers were
Edward Nichols, another brother of
the bride, and Raymond Cannon.
The bride's mother wore s drees of
navy blue crepe while the mother of
the bridegroom chose s black crepe
drees. Both wore shoulder corsages
of red roses.
The bride, a vivacious young woman
of much personal beauty and charm,
is a graduate of Parmville High
School. For the past five'years she
has been employed at the Naval Air
Station in Norfolk, Va.
The' bridegroom was graduated
from the secondary schools in Balti
more and attended Johns Hopkins
College. He was released from mili
tary service in March of this year'
after serving for three years in the
Medical Corps in the European Thea
ter. He is connected at preaent with
the Main offices of the Commercial
Credit Corporation, Baltimore.
Following the ceremony, the par
ents of the bride entertained the
bridal party and wadding guests at a
buffet luncheon at their home en'
West Wilson street.
After the luncheon, the couple left
for St. Petersburg, Fla., and a visit
to other interesting points in that
state. Upen their return they will be
at borne in Baltimore.
For traveling the bride changed to
a gray wool suit, with which she wore
a modish black fall hat and black
accessories. At her shoulder she wore
the white orchids from, her bridal
Captain and Mrs. Charles E. Hunt,
and Km, Mike, of Seattlj, W9fr., who
enroute to FoW Banning, Ga.,
Capt. Hunt will be stationed,
spent several days the first of the
veek with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N.
| Miss Hattie Carr and Miss Sula
Carr, SP. (S) 1/c, of Charleston, S.
C., attended the wedding of Miss Eva
and Charles Barker, in War
, Tuesday, and a breakfast held
for the bridal party and
out-of-town guests. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dixon and
daughter, Barbara Ann, of Wilson,
and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Windham
visited Mr. and'Mrs. C. E. Case, near
Fountain, Sunday. Barbara Ann, who
has been visiting her grandparents,
returned home with Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Gay was among those
the Walstonburg Meth
at the Zone meeting of
Barn Distriet, held in the
Hill Methodist Church, Wed
Her small son, Melrin, Jr.,
presented a life membership at
Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck
St (he Zone
I Mrs. John W. Price, Jr., of
were need in the two
In the dining room, the bridal colore
of green and white were effectively
out by the use of
una end white
Mrs. George Wilkerson, of Green
ville, greeted the guests as they ar
rived. Mies Elisabeth Lang intro
duced them to the honoreos. Mies
Bertha Lang introduced them to Mia.
T. E. Joyner, Jr., who invited them
into tile dining room where lire. T.
E. Joyner, -Sr., mother of the bride
elect, ponied tea from a beautifully
appointed table which waa spread
with a handsome lace cloth and cen
tered 'with an arrangement of white
chrysanthemums and fern in a silver
bowl, and illumined by tall*white
tapers in silver candlesticks.
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver, Mrs. Joseph
D. Joyner and Miss Bettie Joyner as
sisted in serving ?arty sandwiches,
ham biscuits and assorted cookies.
The guests were invited into the
living room by Mrs-- Max McLeod.
Mrs. Herman Baker presided at the
register and goodbyes were said to
Mrs. R. T. Monk.
Out-of-town guests were Mrs, Frank
Cooper and Mrs. Claude Barrett, of
Kinston; Mrs. -Charles Wilkerson,
Mrs. Lindsey Wilkerson, Mrs. George
Wilkerson, Mrs. T. A. Person and
Mrs. F. A. Jordan, of Greenville; and
SP (S) 1/c Ursula Carr, of Charles
ton, S. C.
Mid. Herman Baker, Mrs. Archie
L. Speight, Mrs. Earl Bagley, Mrs. [<
Motrin Gay, Mrs. John William Price,
Jr., of Jackson, and Miss Dorothy
Lewis, of Greenville, wore gracious
dessert-bridge hostesses, , Saturday
evening, at 8:00 o'clock, in the home
of Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Speight in com
pliment to Miss Joyner.
The home was attractively decorat
ed with white chrysanthemums, dah
lias and roses and the nine tables,
spread with refreshment coven, were
centered with miniature arrange
ments of mixed flowers. London
mist, cocoannt cake and salted nuts
were served prior to the games and
an iced beverage was enjoyed during
play. Guests, invited especially for
the refreshment hour, were Mrs. T.
E. Joyner, Sr., mother of the bride
elect, Mrs. Nonie Barrett, grand
mother, Mrs. S. G. Gardner and Miss
Bettie Joyner, aunts, Miss Etna Lewis
and Mrs. John Erwin. Wilkerson.
In the progressive bridge
the high seoro award and Mrs. R. A.
Fountain, Sr., of Fountain, retained
the floating prise, both smoking ae
and Miss Elizabeth Walker,
rod a bubble
of Greenville, received a bubble bowl
as consolation. The honoree waa pre
sented water glasses in her crystal
pattern by the
A sketch about Sir Walter Scott
was given by Mia. J. W. Parker,
Tuesday afternoon, at the meeting
of the Merry Matrons. Mrs. J. M.
Hobgood was hostess in her home
which had been made attractive by
the use of dahlias and chrysanthe
Mrs. Leslie Smith assisted the
hostess in serving a salad course
daring a pleasant social,hour.
Guests of the afternoon were Mrs.
T. Eli Joyner, Sr., Mrs. T. Eli Joyner,
Jr., Mrs. E. R. CI egg and Mrs.
Chgrles Edwards, a recent bride, who
was remembered with crystal in her
pattern by the hostess.
A delicious supper consisting of
tomato juice cocktails, barbdlue, slaw,
a variety of pickles aid corn pones
Club and guests by the joint
Mr. aad : Mrs. Algw Alien and Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. FHaar, at the Country
additional Mend. at a loveU '
~ ??. a lovely MdM
P?ty, Wednesday afternoon, at 8.00
The Room home, on Contentnsa
I *** decormted wi??
artistic arrangements of white, gold
bron? chryaanttemuma and
dahlias. The five tablet in play bore
appointments suggestive of the au
tumn season in colors and motifs.
Mm. Henrietta M. Williamson scor
K *** 'or. club memb^d^
^ of New York, won
umi award for guests, a double deck
liS?*?" ?*rd*' "4 Mr*, w. Leslie
T? WM P?eented a novel- baro
as consolation prist. ,
Ices, molded in fruit motifa, coeoa
followed by coffee and cheese '
2!*;w ** John
lomsby, of Eminence, Ky.; Mrs. Ben
ernon, uf Lebanon, ~Ky.; Mm. W. F.
Tim, of Bowling Green, Ky!; Mm.
?*e M?y?. ot New York; Mm. J.
Pbylor, Mm. M. V. Jo^sT*?.
5 ?111U' Mr* W. C. Hols
Mr,. W. Jesse Moye and Mm.
irW^TdfJr Aften,OOB Club
Mm. B. L. Lug delightfully enter
!" Wednesday aft
*n, at her home, in which mixed
flowem wen used with pleasing
f. R. V. Finer won the high score
* handpainted salad bowl, and
"f?r*e Moore, Jr., received a
*3* P^PPl? upside-down
n and coffee were
*rved after the game. an?
? rem enjoyed during the progressions.
I > A. |* Auxiliary
V1? American Legion Auxiliary
net,^umday afternooh, at the home
**?; & LeRoy Rollins with Mrs.
, ul E. Jones and Mm Arthur F.
toyner as joint hostesses. Fall flow
** .**? u*?d to affective arrange
imute throughout the home.
L The meeting was opened with the
tofing ?f tte Star Spangled Banner,
be FUg Salute and the Preamble.
II J?" ITP?rUnce of *>* Adri
an Legion Auxiliary."
Mm. B. R. Fields mad th<
ng report, which resulted
(lection of Miss Davis ss
THEATRE 1 4
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devotion to the oause of pence calls]
in oar 1947 membership
Following adjournment, the host
The engagement of Miss Betty Lou
rurnage, daughter of Mrs. Harvey
W. Turnage, of Washington, D. C.,
bid the late Mr. Turnage, to Charles
Washington Howard, Jr? son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Charles W. Howard, of
jreenville, has been announced by
ter mother. The wedding will take
Mace December 31.
Miss Turnage, a native of Farni
rille, is the granddaughter of Mrs.
W. J. Turnage and the late Mr. Turn
, PRESBYTERIAN JUNIORS
Jack Lawk was host to the Juniors,
thuruday afternoon, the meeting
opening by the group repeating the
Lord's Prayer in unison. Walter
forgoes told the Bible story of Jesus
ind His Love for little children and
fort Barrow Warren alio told a
Mrs. John B. Lewis conducted a
Sible quiz which was quits interest -
ng and instructive.
Refreshments consisting of cake I
ind ice cream were sacred following |
Dickie Manning was a special guest. I
SONE MEET TO BE HELD
HERE ON OCTOBER 311
The Quinn County Zone of the
locky Mount District Woman's So
dety of Christiaa Service will meet |
n the Farmvilie Methodist Church at
.0 a. m., Thursday, October 31. Mm.
<1. L. Holton, of Stentonahurg, iead
rr of this zone, will preMds. Charges
o be repmoented include Elm City,
Jtantonsburg, Kenly, Wilson, Evans
lale and Farmvilie. -vyjSj
Help save the Jewish survivors by j
living to the United Jewish Appeal!1
H. Fanasran acceDted a
Bible, a gift from Mr*. J. W.
Gifta from the
Mrs. Flanagan and Mr*.
The aide members were
ed with flower* end treys of fruit
After the meeting, the member*
and guest* were invited to the home
of Mrs. Parker where a lovely social
hour Was held with Miss Dixie Bar
rett as jelgt%>etess.
A aBMasKvamAVi^w ? M at* ?iwe >? ? a 1,1 n
ArrangeiwniB 01 cnryB&nixieirtums
were used 61 the reception rooms.
Individual iced green and white
cakes and brick ice cream in the same
colors were served.
The paper napkins carried out the
chapter colore ted, white, green, yel
low and Mae. v
Other out-of-town guests were
H. McLean, of Plymouth, past grand
chaplain, and a former resident of
Farmville; Mrs. Josephine Rawls,
Mrs. Louise Tadlock, Mrs. Annie
Stock, and Mrs. Daisy Whitehurst,
worthy matron of the Greenville
chapter, all of Greenville. ?
MISS SIMON COMPLIMENTED
In honor of Miss Mary. Simon, of
Lowell, Mass., who is visiting friends
here, and in Wilson, George Rabil was
gracious host to .a Lumber of friends
at the Country dub, Monday eve
Candles and autumn flowers were
used as "decorations.
A variety of sandwiches and iesd
drinks were served buffet style by
the host assisted by his sister, Mrs.
Mitchell B. Farris, of Wilson.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Mit
chell B. Farris, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie [
Farris, Mr. and lbs. Mitchell P. Far
ris, Joe Cannon and Ml sees Rita and
Angeo Labaki, all of Wilson, Mrs.
James Steele, of Goidsboro, and Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Finn aadafr. and
Mrs. John Hornsby.
* - - i&L ?? - ? * '
,s home aF?bab overseas
George Cobb Wain right arrived in
the States, October 16, after 12
months overseas service in Italy, and
spent Monday night with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wainright. He is
expected home during the week end
on terminal leave. He will receive
his discharge in
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