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Miss Myrtle Nichols was t"?ittae to
the Y. W. A. in the home at Mrs.
H. D. Johnson, Holiday evening.
Opening the meeting waa a prayer
led by Miss Elvira Tyson. Hie group
repaatod^the Watchword together.
announced that the Business Women" '
Circle would entertain this group- at
a turkey dinner, December 3. Mrs.
J. W. Miller read Fhafan 100 after
which Mrs. Henry Johnson led in
prayer and presented the program
entitled "People Beyond Ota- Field."
Mixed fall flowers wore used to
decorate the Johnaon home.
Applesauce cake, ice cream and
coffee were served in the refresh
The Presbyterian Juniors met at
the home of Mrs. J. M.
Thursday afternoon, with Janet
Stansill acting aa hostess in the
sence of her mother.
Roy Moon opened the meeting by
reading a selection of Scripture. Mi?.
Stansill minted two Bible
later conducting a quiz about th.? '
Following adjournment by a
of prayer, iced and cookiah
Carl Blackwood, Jr., was a visitor.
Hie Episcopal Church supper, held
Friday evening at the home at Mrs.
E. C. Beaman and Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Copenhaver, waa mportad as a suc
cess from both standpoints of attend
ance and warn fellowship.
The rapper waa served beffet style
from the dining room table, which
was spread with a cutwork banquet
cloth pad centered with an arrange
ment of roaes flanked by white can
dles fn crystal rsndelehie Guests
found places at individual tables ar
ranged in the living rooms, which
wen thrown en suite. Hm J
course was served by members of the
Woman's Auxiliary, who
the affair. Chrysanthemums and
roess wen in effective
throughout the home. ?
'? Joyner, senior warden
treasurer, conducted on informal busi
ness session, held after ?tttt. daring
which the rector, the Sev. J. ft. ftoun
tne, spoke briefly. Beports from the
various organisations of the Church
wen made and plana for a pregna
ne program of building improva
mente and expansion wen formed for
the new year.
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The Lane's Tooth
mac* Friday evening at
the Fannville H. D.
E. R. Glagg will preach at the
boose Sunday evening at 7:80.
Making new mistakes is not as bad
as making the old ones over. 'y:
? 4 an ;
H it pays to be careful, the more
careful you are the better it pays.
thgt are just
their wives say they
Did you ever notice how often a
narrow mind and wide mouth gb to
gether? ' . <. *JE 0: I
There are a lot of >
who started at the
rmtf little. These have been days of
snty for some; while, on the other
nd, these here been days of porer
Let all of os return to God sad
truly jive thanks for ell that he has
Z. B. T. Cox, Minister.
An automobile is the
the not at the
The man who "wanted bat .little
ere below" is the only mis getting
Marriage is like taking
you cant tell how they come oat until
It is not necessary that World War
tl veterans paytheir National Ser
vian Ufa Insurance premiums on a
monthly basis. Quarterly, semi-an
nual, or annual payments may be
substituted at a considerable saving.
I THEATRE 1
FARMVILLE, N. C.
The Home of
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FOR WEEK OF NOV 13, 1946
Starring Boater Crabbe
Also Chapter 6
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Also . . . Chapter 18
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