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Mn. XL a Beamen visited relatives
fa Snow Hill, Sonfay
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Mr. and Mn. R. 6. Scott spent the
week end in Richmond, Va.
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Mrs. H. L. Watson, of Wilson, vis
ited relatives here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mm. H. H. Biadham were
Rocky Mount visitors, Saturday.
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Mrs. C. O. Rollins, of Raleigh, spent
the week end with Mrs. M. L. Eason.
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver spent Sun
day evening with friends in Goids
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Ben Weaver and Mrs. Bob Norman
are among those on the sick list this
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Mrs. Bertha Garnder and Miss Bet
tie Joyner spent Sunday afternoon, in
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Dr. and Mis. M. J. Gregg and
family spent Sunday in Pollocksville
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Friends will be glad to learn that
J. M. Wheleaa is improving after a
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Mr .and Mrs. John D. Holmes, of
Raleigh, visited relatives here dur
ing the week end.
Drad Overman, of Washington, D. I
C., is spending this week with his
cousin, Jack Rollins.
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Rev. E. W. Holmes is attending
the State Baptist Convention in
Asheville, this week.
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Mr and Mrs. Bill Eason, of Tar
boro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.!
R. T. Norville Sunday.
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Mrs. C. W. Rogers, of Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Elbert C. Holmes.
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Mr. and Mrs. John C. Burwell, of
Warrenton, were guests of Rev. and
Mrs. E. R. Clegg last week.
Mrs. R. R. Daughtridge, of Rm&J- I
Mount, spent Tuesday visiting her
sister, Mrs. H. H. Bradham.
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Mis. J. I. Baker returned Friday |
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Frank T. Clifton, in Kington.
Mrs. W. 0. Hols ton has returned |
from a visit to her Sister, Mrs. Au
gustus Rogers, st Lake Alfred, Fla. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee .'ones and
Mrs. C. W. Morris and son, Witbert,
were Wilson and Goldsboro visitors,
Friday. . m
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Mrs. Lang Davis has as her guests
this week her sister, Mrs. Rex Fannin,
and Mrs. W. J. Kelley, both of Jack-'
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Mr. and Mrs. W. Jesse Moye and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moye, of
Maury, have returned from a trip to
New York -City.
Miss Natalie Vought, who has been
visiting "Mr. and Mrs. Carroll D.
Oglesby, returned to her home in
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Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree and
Mrs. G. Alex Bouse will spend the
week end in Richmond, Va., and
Wachington, D. C.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Edwards
and children, of Jacksonville, Fla.,
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Whelees.
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Mr. and Mis. Milson Spruill, of
Elisabeth City, were the guests of
Mrs. C. W. Morris and Mrs. Ernest
Lee Jonee, Sunday. >
Mrs, Jamas Sehmus, of Craddock,
Portsmouth, Vs., has Weturned to her
after attending the funeral of
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? ; Monday, November 25
8:00 p. m-?Ballard'
onatration Club meets with Mm
C. G Harris.^-.
3:30 p. m.?Garden dub meets
with Mrs. A. J. Greene.
8:00 p. m.?Presbyterian Auxfli
sry meets with Mrs. J. M. Mew
8:00 p. m.?Group 1, Christian
Woman's Council, meets with
Mrs. Ajinabell Allen.
10:80 a. m.?Executive committee,
Baptist Woman's Missionary So
ciety, meets with Mi*. H. ft. I
2:30 p. m.?Seven Pines Home
Demonstration Club mebts with
lbs. Russell Meeks.
3:30 p. m.?Merry Matrons meet
with Mrs. A. C. Monk, Sr.
6:30 p. m.?Rotary (Sob.
7.00 p. m. ? Woodmen of the
8:00 p. m.?Community Planning;
8:00 p. ni.?Group 2, Christian
8:00 p. m.?Group 8, Christian
Woman's Council meets with
Mrs- J. R- Gowans.
8:00 p. m.?Group 4, Christian
Woman's Council meets with
Mrs. B. E. Moore.
800 p. m.?Boy Semite.
8:00 p. m.?Episcopal Altar Guild
meets with Mrs. T. S. Ryon.
3:00 p. m.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. P. E. Jones.
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meete with Mm. J. Y.
3:30 p. m.?Brownies.
7:30 p. m.?Masons.
Friday, 29 \
10:00 a. m.?Tyson-May Reunion
at the D.A.R. Chapter House.
8:00 p. m.?Loyal Woman's Class,
Christian, meets with Mrs. Lloyd
Smith. ' ' -
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richardson, of
I Raleigh, visited Mrs. S. E. Ewell
Tuesday, Mr. Richardson was a pupil
I of Mrs. Ewell when she taught in
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Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy at
tended the Ladies Night meeting of
I fte Tarboro Masonic Lodge on Wed
nesday night. Mr. Bundy was the
guest speaker of the evening. In
1942 Mr. Bundy served as Master of
the Tarboro Lodge.
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Sam D. Bundy visited Rev. and
Mrs. C. B. Mashburn last week near
Black Mountain. Mr. Bundy states
that Mr. Mashburn was, in good spir
its and feeling good and that he
sends his regards and 'love to the
people of Farmville.
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Mrs. Madeline Rountree and
daughter, Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell,
Jr., and granddaughter, Madeline
Harrison Mitchell, of Kinston, i
turned Monday from a two weeks'
i visit 'to St. Petersburg, Fla. En route
they visited Ensign and Mrs. Frank
i M. Adapts at Brunswick, Ga. Mrs. Ad
ams is the former Miss No vie Capps.
v Leaves fee Chins
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Mrs. George V. Monk and chil
dren, George Coy and Diana, left
for SM|4 Fkattcisco, from
which port they will go to ?
hai, China, to join Mr. Monk, who is
a representative there of A. C. Monk
and Company. ? ? _ .
MISS EAKE8 HONORED
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Miss Dorothy Lewis entertained
ed Am business
lect and gave a'report
m sponsored by the
The pubHc welfare chairman, Mrs.
Sam T. Lewis, stated the needs of
two families; club members took a
collection and also decided to con
tribute clothing, food and toys to
make these families' Christmas
The report on Brownie activities
was given by Mrs. George Fbrr. She
also described thaTBook Parade held
Saturday. A rising vote of thanks
was given her by the members for
her efforts in initiating sad pro
moting the parade. Concern was ex
pressed over one of the Junior's proj
ects, the tiny tots playground, which
[is in bad condition duo to work on
the streets. The meeting adjourned
with the nledae. -
In a delightful social hour, Mis.
Carol ModUa and Utile Miss Henri
pearl Johnson assisted the hostess in
serving delirious Trait cake topped
with cream, ham biscuits, salted nuts
and coffee. 'Wk
Mrs. W. J. Kelley, of Jacksonville,
Fla., and a house guest of Mrs. Lang
Davis, was a visitor.
The club welcomed Mrs. Robert
Fields as a new member.
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The Farruvill* Literary Club held a
delightful meeting, on Wednesday,
with Mrs. W. P. Easley as hostess at
the home of Mrs. Richard D. Harris,
on West Church street Roses Were
used with artistic effect in the floral
setting for the meeting.
Featuring the program was an in
spiring and enlightening discussion by
Mrs. J. H. Harris of the life and
career of S. Hunk, a native of the
Urkraine, and the part he is playing
in development of the cultural arts
today. Presenting Hurok as "the
world's grand style impressario, who
lifts the curtain and offers intimate
glimpses into the lives of the fabulous
stars of ballet, concert stage and
opera," Mrs. Harris traced the prog
ress of the ballet in America to its
present-.pre-eminence with the verve
of an adventure story, and commented
on the tributes that Hurok-has paid
Ethereal Pavlova, Isadora Duncan,
Alicia Markovs and other artists.
' JhB meeting was presided over by
Miss Elisabeth Davis, and following
the routine opening, the members, at
her request, stood in momentary si
lence as a tribute to the late Mrs. B.
Streeter Sheppard, the club's libra
rian, whose sudden passing, on Sun
day, brought sadness to the hearts of
her fellow members.
Following adjournment, the hos
tess, assited by Mrs. G. M. Holden,
served s stuffed roseapple salad,
dates, cheese straws and coffee,
,? Special guests were Mm. E. R.
CI egg, Mrs. E. W. Holmes and Miss
Having their special guests,
Mrr-afiri Mrs. Joseph D. Joyner, Dr.If
and Mrs. M. J. Gregg, Mr. and Mre. ^
Lanier Donnell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
S. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Eason and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. CSopen
haver; Mr. and Mrs. Walter B.
mm Mr. and J Iflj
to the Supper Club, I
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1?,. the man
individual tables bore i.
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Dessert Bridge Party
No*, 8, Misses
Eiuaosfii Hsuer and Sallie Nor
wood. entertained at daasert-bridge
with Mrs. Pted T. Langford, who,
before her marriage on Sato"
Miss Verona( L?e Joyner, as
Tbe parlor* of' Ragsdale Hal), E.
C. T. C., Greenville,
was held, teere bads ? ?
with white and yellow ehrysanthe
aod dpjpdles Refreshment^
laid for 24 guests
Twelve friends were invited to meet'
the honorees. ?
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Mrs. Marvin Hoiton was a charm
ing, hostess to the Contract Club,
Tuesday afternoon, in her home which
was decorated with pink roses and
potted plants. '
Mrs. Meal Howard, compiling high
score, received a double deck of Con
the consolation, metal
gress cards and 1
table mats, went to Mm Mark JMxon.
Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree, a spec
ial guest, was remembered with a box
*f guest soap." -.H *
The dining room table from which
the refreshments were served was
centered with a lovely arrangement of
several varieties of flowers and have*
which were brought by Mrs. Roun
tree from her winter home in St
Petersburg, Fla. Individual mince
meat pies, cheese straws, staffed
la tee and hot coffee were enjoyed.
Coca colas were passed between'
Mew Bridge dab
The Au Fait Club, Fhrmville's'
newest addition in contract organi
sations, was formed recently and will
meet on the first and third Thurs
lays of each month. Members of the
:hib include: Mrs. Carroll D. Ogles
by, Mrs. John C. Parker, Miss Mae
Knott, Mrs. Roderick Harris, Mrs.
Carol W. Modlin, Mrs. Emerson
9mi?^4|ijb'r$?m Drake, Mrs. C.
3. Edwards and Mrs. Lanier Donncll.
The first meeting was held at the
home of Mrs. Carroll D, Oglesby on
rhursday, Nov, L Lovely flowers
n mixed arrangements made an ef
fective setting for the tables.
The high score award, ash trays,
vent to Miss Mae Knott, and the
insolation, a piece of pottery, to
Mrs. John C. Parker. Miss Natalie
/ought, of Raleigh, a house guest
>f the hostess, was remembered with
:ostume jewelry. -
Individual chocolate pies, peanuts,
nints and coffee were served after
he games. I '? ???*.; f-a--' ''4s|]
The second meeting of this group
vas held on Wednesday of this week
vith. Mrs. John C. Parker, as host
II f|||i arrangements of flow
srs and potted plants were used as
iecorationa in the home.
Mrs. Carol W. Modlin won the high
icons prize, a potted garden, and Mrs.
Carroll D. Oglesby, runner-up, re
ceived a hobnail vase.
Th^ hostess served individual co
soanut pies, nuts and coffee when
rnrds were laid aside.
Mrs. Ted. L. Albritton delightfully
mteitained members of the Lamrad
Club and additional friends, Mrs.
Matter B? Jor.es, Mrs. Robert 'Lee
Smith, Mrs. H. Neal Howard and
Brs. R. E. Pickett,.Friday afternoon
it her home in which picardy glads
ind pompon 'mums wert artistically
Mrs. Pickett compiled high score |
ind was awarded
The Woman's Society of Christian
in the Church. Monday aftei ?
Mrs. J. H. Harris conducted the de
The study topic
Political Situation in
Church was filled i
semblage of relatives
background for |
yellow chrysanthemum and a
matching tulle bow identified each ef ]
the HMfWi pews. /
to the ceremony, Mrs. Hay
wood Smith, organist, played a pro
gram of nuptial music, including Pre
by Curschmann; Poem, by El
Evening star, by Wagnssj
Soar ynt hout ]
and Schubert's Serenade. Elbert C.
I Holmes, baritqfes, sang The
Story Ever Told, by Stulta, and Oh,
Promise Me, by De Koven. The tra
ditional wedding marches a
During the ceremony, the
softly plsyed Traumerei, by ?ch?
The bride entered the Church with
her father, Thomas EH Joyner, by
whom she was given in marriage. M
petite figure, she never looked lovelier
thgn hi her bridal attire. Her
ding gown, of magnolia satin, was in
the fitted bodice mode, edged with
Irish lace and finished with a
neckline. Tiny self-covered b*
extended down the front. The puffed
sleeves were dose fitting from
elbow to the wrist and ended in pc
over the heads. The full sMlt fS*
tended into a court train. Her two
tiered veil of imported French illusion
fell from a halo of white ostrich tips
and the length of Hie train.
She carried a bouquet of brides
ghowervsd with bWvardia.
.The bride's only sister,"Mrs. Robert
T. Monk, whom die had attended
maid of honor on the occasion of her
wedding, attended her in
matron of honor. Miss Ruby
ford, of WUaolt, aider of the bride
groom, was maid of honor. Their ice j
blue satin gowns were identical, the
bodices fashioned with a yolk of shear
nylon and a high round
full skirts made with a bustle
They wore blue
which matching color veils fell
d(| length sad.#eir _Z.1T ?
of the ice blue Satin. Each earned an
arm bouquet of yellow ehrysai "
mums tied with matching satin
bon. C",;- "Vii?
; The bridegroom had as his best
man, a brother, Dr. George S. Lang
ford* of College Park, Md. Ushers
were Paul Langford, of
S. ft, and Clarit t.
lumbia, S. C., brothers of the
groom, Thomas Eli Joyner, Jr.,
er of the bride, and Robert T.
jgP? mother of tl?
in a dress of
ity, is the
nomics in 1
evening, Mr. 1
Monk and Mr. '
Joyner, Jr., mtm
aft a buffet I
reception room \
in silver holders. White chrysanthe
Mlss Dorothy Lewis of Greenville;
tin ?? ? ..ft V-fJ,., V_ \g- - fl TJ PUn.
aes8ert-Dnage, oy Mrs. u % jplana
gran; luncheon, by Miss Veraa Belle
Lowvry and Miss Lillian Hinea, of
>r both the
by Mrs. Lindsey and
Mn. Charles Wilkereon of Greenville;
luncheon, by Pauline Smith of
- by the
county, and their husbands wen in
STUDENT GOV.. J
A recent copy of "The Durham
Herald" carried a full pace
of Louisburg College, 159 yean
>14, with pictures of serenl build
i faculty members and ?
The picture of the student
leaders included Miss
Mr. And Ma. Tad Albrittoa, Mr. < I
nd Mrs. B, O. Taylor and
pieat, Miss Carol Ann Pitt, of Pine
iops; Dr. and Ma. G. L. Gilchrist,
Mr. and Ma. CarrolW). Ogleeby and
MoassBsst, Miss Natalia Vooght, of
Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs. Alien M. Har
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Allan,,
Mr. and Ma. W. Leslie Smith, John
9. Lewis, W. A. Pollard, Lath Mor
ris, Hal Winders, Matthew Gihfcs
ft-ere among those attending the Car- '?
?lina-Wake Forest game Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Ewell, Jack
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nash War
ran and am, Bert, were among thoea
.i. At,- ^Isln'ir? 'tgTgfi n.t,
it ine oHtie- v lrpnii guite satur
lay. -jj f
at the home of
Mrs. George Farr.
Mrs. Z. B. T. Oox,
pud to the correct
planned at time.
After adjournment, stunts and
tongs wore enjoyed together with
Earorite recordings, cookies and pop
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