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Activities Of Local
"A Farther Horison" wu the pro
gram subject developed by Mrs. Mar
?in Speight, Jr., at the Y.WjL, Mon
The group opened the meeting witi
the Watchword followed by eed
member reciting a verse of Scripture
The hocteee, Mies Elvira Tyson, let
Miss Rosemary Holmes adjournet
the gathering with a prayer.
During the soecial hour, Mies Tysoi
served mincemeat pies, topped witl
whipped cream, and hot coffee.
Mrs. C. L. Langiey was hostess U
the An^fe Perkins Circle, Tuesdaj
evening in the Church. Mm. J. W
Miller presided and also took part at
the program entitled "Fields Yel
Untouched by Southern Baptists.'
Others baring a part in the discus
sion were Mrs. G. W. Davis and Mrs
The devotional, taken from Psaltr
72 and Joshua 13, was led by Mrs
M. G. Thorne.
Individual chocolate pies, open fact
pimento cheese sandwiches cut in tur
key shapesSfc hot coffee were served
during a pleasant social period.
Mrs. John D. Dixon, directress, pre
sided at the Episcopal Altar Guild
meeting, Tuesday evening, and opened
the session with prayer and the
creed. Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., was hos
tess to the Guild, in her home, which
was decorated with zinnas and chry
Miss Margaret Smith gave a final
report on the personal stationary sale
and also mentioned that she had had
the lock on the Church door repaired.
The members voted to purchase a
case of wax to sell.
After adjournment, Mrs. Jones
served individual cocoanut pies top
ped with ice cream. x
Circle Four, of the Methodist So
ciety, met Monday afternoon, with
Mrs. Layne Dail as hostess.
Mrs. Pearl Johnston took her de
votional from the 54th chapter of
Luke, with the theme being "Christ
like Love and Forgiveness." She
read a selection "The Kind Jeep"
which told of Armistice Day.
During the business session, the
members decided to change the meet
ing time to 3 o'clock.
The hostess served ice cream, cake,
nuts and dates to the members and
a visitor, Mrs. Marvin Speight.
Chrysanthemums were used as
The Wesleyan Guild met, Monday
evening, at eight o'clock, at the home
of Mrs. Joseph D. Joyner with Mrs.
G. M..Holden as hostess.
Mrs. Stuart Sugg presided and
Mrs. Corinne Stilley conducted the
meditation on the subject of "All
Things To All People." Mrs. Curtis
H. Flanagan, program leader, talked
on "At Work Together."
The election of officers resulted
as follows: Mrs. G. M. Holden, presi
dent; Miss Bettie Joyner, vice presi
dent; Mrs. Curtis H. Flanagan, sec
retary; Mrs. Joseph D. Joyner, treas
Delicious refreshments were served
Mrs. L. T. Pierce was hostess to
Circle 1 of the Presbyterian Auxili
ary, Monday afternoon with 8 mem
bers present. ?
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood opened the
meeting with prayer and continued
the study of the book of Isaiah for
the devotional. Mrs. Frank Dupree,
Jr., used as the program topic, "Vis
iting with a Purpose."
Mrs. Mabrey E. Pollard adjourned
the meeting with a prayer.
Refreshments consisted of cakes,
cheese crax, nuts and drinks.
Circle 2 met at the home of Mrs.
Allen Drake, in the evwaiaf, with
Ma. W. H. Moore, Jr.,
using "Visiting the Sick" as her pro
gram study. Mi*. William "P. Easley
jimr^ kli m jsmilinwl 1*a*asl 4VM saimm
gave tne devotional dmcc on NfBiii
lapters of Isaiah.
Cuke topped with cMfem and pine
apple was served to the memten and
guests. Plate decorations wen yel
low chrysanthemums. Mixed flower*
attractively decorated the ~ 1
An article on the Pine Warbler was
the program feature by Bert Bartow
Warren at the Bird Club, Saturday
morning. Its length measures 5 3/4
inches; the upper parts of this bird
are olive green, 'the under parts an
yellow streaked with olive; the bill,
shorter than head, is slender, taper
ing gradually to the tip; its wing*
are long and pointed; the tail iB
Duller in color and smaller, the
female is often plain olive which in
clines to gray on the back of 'the
neck and shoulders. Sometime* she
is almost wholly dull gray, faintly
tinged with yellow on cheat, sidea
The nest is always placed on a hori
zontal limb of pine or cedar from
6 tov^a feet up. Quite firmly at
taches and built of strips of grape
vine, bark, rootlets, leaf stems and
caterpillar silk, it houses the eggs,
which generally number four. The
lining is either deer or other animal
hair. The Pine Warbler's egga vary
in color, from dull white to pale
grayish-lilac, are marked with specks
and spots of brown and amber, and
lilac color usually forms a wreath
around the larger end. .
The members made posters and
colored pictures to be used in the
Book Week Parade, Saturday. Other
activities in which the boys partici
pated were swinging, carpentering
and playing games.
Frank Williams joined the club at
this time and was cordially welcomed.
SOME INTERESTING PACTS
ON COTTON SITUATION
The favorable statistical position of
cotton was called to the attention of
Pitt County farmers recently by J. V.
Taylor, chairman -Pitt County Agri
cultural Conservatiom Committee, also
the 92% per cent parity loans giving
cotton growers an opportunity to re
tain title to their cotton and sell later
when prices are more favorable.
The August 1 carryover of 7,600,000
bales, he said, compares with 11,200,
000 bales a year ago and 12,000,000
bales in 1939.
He pointed out that the U. S. De
partment of Agriculture's recent es
timated August 1, 1947 carryover of
less than 4,000,000 bales is die small
est in 17 years.
The Commodity Credit Corporation
has already disposed of its large ac
cumulated stock and all stocks now
on hand have been committed for
Chairman Taylor stated that he had
been advised that "at present prices
and with continuation of the export
program, the exportation of American
eotton would be expected to increase
materially." This, he pointed out,
would further decrease the carryover.
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A Turkey Supper,
ed by the Woman's
Served in the
MAURY SCHOOL LUNCH
From 6:00 to 8:00 P. M.
FRIDAY, NOV. 16th.- &
Price Per Plate $1.25.
A Bazaar will follow Hie sup
per. Come and bring the
family and friends.
Bay "Savings Bonds" Have! Hold!
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Dr. Kenneth L. Quiggins
. Optometrist '? &M
lOSVi W. Fourth Street ? Greenville, N. C. M
H?m For Bye Examinations For Appotetamrt
8:30 to 4^30~(W?Ltffl Noon* Phone 8779
arolina, this ia to notify all persona
avin* claims against the estate of
lid deceased to ekhfbit them to tha
ar of their recovery. AH persons In
ebted to ?estate will mease make
fee ? ?? ? " m u rw ^ w m ?" - - - ,
nTMa thd WttSy of October, 1M6.
John Hill Pay lor, Administrator
10-21-48) of Lillian F. Parker
NOTICE OP SAfJC I "
Under and by virtore of the
loritjr contained in that certain order
In a P. 4TM, ElijahS .
t ala, vs. Ottte Oakley, at ab by
uardian ad litem Jack R. Edwards,
le undersigned will offer for sale to I
pWMVf on Thai .
H undivided 3/8 ?
to the following described lands:'
place, containing 80 acres, more or
A 10% deposit will be required of
the highest udder.
This the 4th day of November. 1M6.
ARTHUR B. CORET,
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