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C. X. Kelly wee a Plymouth visi
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Raefcenr apsnt
Tuesday in Raleigh
Mr. and Mrs. I* E. Walsto? were
Keuly visitors, Sunday.
, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dixon were
New Bern visitors, Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Barrett, of Green
ville, was a visitor here, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dixon ?P?nt
Friday and Saturday in Richmond,
Va. . ? .
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Warren, of
Durham, visited relatives here, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ruffin will spend
Sunday in Rocky Mount with rela
Ellis Rabil has returned from a trip
to friends in Boston and Lowell,
Mrs. Mabrey Pollard and Mrs. C.
W. Blackwood were Wilson visitors,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rasberry will
spend Christmas Day in Cary with
Miss Annie Perkins will spend
Christmas Day in Greenville with
Ellis and George Rabil will spend
the Christmas holidays with relatives
Carroll Holmes, of Hertford, spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with rela
R. A. Joyner, Jr., of Raleigh, will
spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Joyner.
Mrs. E. C. Beam an is visiting her
sister, Mrs. D. F. Hardison, in Snow
Hill, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Oglesby and
son, will visit relatives in Kinston,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A Darden attended
the Herbert D. Spence funeral in
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herring, of
Kinston, were week end guests of
Mrs. Fred Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner
will spend the holidays with rela
tives in Morehead City.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Allen, of
Boston, Mass., visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Allen, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkerson, of
Greenville, will spend Christmas Day
with Mrs. S. G. Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith will spend
the Christmas holidays with rela
tives in Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. Mary L. Lang will spend
Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Harrell, in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Edison Moore and
son, Ben, will spend Christmas Day]
with relatives in Oriental.
Dr. Frank Harris is spending the
holidays with relatives and friends |
in Bethel and Albemarle.
Mrs. J. L. Rumley, of Greenville,
was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. |
G. E. Moore, Jr., Sunday.
Mrs. J. I* Rumley, of Greenville,!
will spend Christinas Day with Mr. |
and Mrs. G. E. Moore, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Joyner spent)
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.|
Preston Pate, of LaGrmnge.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gladaon,
of Greenville, spent the week end with |
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Modlin and Mr.
and Mrs. Carroll Modlin visited rela-1
tives in Washington, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Joyner will
spend Christmas Day with Mr. and |
Mrs. L. A. Dysart in Lenior.
T. T. Grimes has returned to htal
home in Miami, Fte., after visiting |
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Roebuck.
Friends will regret to learn that
Mrs. Dunbar Lamar sustained a|
sprained ankle in a recent fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flake and son)
visited Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Roas inj
Greenville, Sunday afternoon.
Mi?? Elsie Nichols, of Washing
ton, D. C., will spend the week end|
with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nichols.
Mr. and Mrs. .Raymond Griffin, of
Macclesfield, spent Sunday evening)
with Mr. and Mia. Will Jones, Jr.
Mrs. W. E. Smith and son, Jack,
of Wilson, were guests of Rev. and]
Mis. E. R. Clegg, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mis. Fred Moose, of But-)
tarworth, Va., were the weak m
guests of Ma mnd Mis. G. E. Moore,
Miss Elisabeth Lang, of tha Roa
noke Rapids school faculty, will ar
rive Friday to spend the holidays |
Mr. mnd Mis. J. W. Holmes and
Mis. E. W. Holmes visited tha Ken
nedy Home W Kiagtow, thtMMy aft
. and Mis. G. W.
W. C. Fsirell, of Nashville,
of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Walston,
8:00 p. m.?Preebyterian Auxiliary
meats with Mrs. J. M.
9:00 p. ra.?1:00 a. m.?D. A. E
Christmas Danes in the Chapter
House. .-nv5*\ ;
7:00 p. m.?Woodmen of WorM.
8:00 p. m.?Bop Scouts.
ChHstesas Pay .
4:00 p. m.?Ansk-y-Wootsn wed
ding is solemnised at the Chris
8:30 p. m.?Girl Scouts, Troop 2.
7:80 p. m.?Masons
9:00 pjn. - 1:00 a-m.?Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Carraway, Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Ogleaby and Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Moore Harris will i
tertain at a holiday dance at the
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
, TODAY ?vr 1
"Good Will Day"
8:00 p. m.?Christmas party, Sen
ior Boys Class, Christian Church,
at Home Demonstration Club
House. . . . Mrs. T. R. Mizelle,
Miss Easter Mae Gay, of Wilming
ton, is spending the holidays with
of Mispes Lizzie and Sue Gay.
Mr. and Mrs. Gmydon Liles, of
Durham, will spend several days dur
ing the holidays with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDavid, of
Nashville, Term., have arrived to
spend the holidays with Mrs. J. W.
Misses Jane Dail and Vivian Oliver,
of Rex Nones Home, Raleigh, visited
Miss Dail's mother, Mrs. Layne Dail,
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Owens and
son, of Whiteville, will spend Christ
mas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Will
George E. Creelemur will spend the
Christmas holidays with relatives and
friends in Norfolk, Vs., and Wash
ington, D. <$. ?J
Miss Emily Gayle, a member of the
Belvoir faculty, will spend the holi
days here with her brother, Charles
J. B. Gayle. ?
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pope, of Dur
ham, spent the week end with Mrs.
Pope's brother, W. C. Holston and
Mr. and Mn. Willard Woodard, of
Wilson, will spend Christmas Day
with Mrs. Woodard's mother, Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Ashby Winstead, of
Atlanta, Ga., returned to their home,
Sunday after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Joyner and
family yinted Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Carraway and Mrs. H. C. Webb in
| Maury, Sunday.
Miss Madge Funderburke and Miss
Catherine Croom, of Kinston, were
dinner guests.of Mr. and Mrs. E. N.
Mr. and Mn. .W. H. Fisher and
son will spend Christmas Day with
Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. J. E. Mc
Cargo, In Reidsville.
Mrs. L. T. Lucas and children will
spend the Christinas holidays with
Mrs. Lucas' parents, Mr. and Mn. J.
|H. Gaylord, in Roper. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riley and eon,
John Randolph, of Raleigh, will spend
several days during the holidays with
Mrs. C. R. Townsend.
Mn. J. F. Hart, who has been
visiting relatives in Norfolk, Vs., ar
rived, Tuesday, for a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert E. Hart
Mn. Verna Sawny, of Smithfield,
and Mn. G. K. Edwards, of Green
ville, will spend Christmas Day with
| Mr. and Mn. C. S. Edwards.
Mr. and Mn. Edgar J. Baruett and
children, Pasehall end Blends, will
spend Christmas Day with Mrm. Ade
laide Barrett in Greenville.
Mr. end Mrs. Sam Bandy attended
the Bethel Rotary Club Ladies' Night
on Tuesday evening of this week. Mr.
Bundy was the guest speaker.
Mr. end Mrs. C. W. Blackwood
son, and Mr. and Mm. Mahmy
id daughter, Ann,
?ant visitors, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cheeper Outland
Lexington, have arrived fori
ing Mr. and Mn.
Mr. and Mn.
Mr. and Mr*.
Day with their i
B. W. Jones i
Mrs. Frank I
and Mrs. Frank
and Friday _ , .
Rev. and Mrs. W. I. Bomett and
family will spend Christmas Day vrtth
ST-d lbs. N. T. Bennett, fa.Ed
ward, snd Mr. and Mrs. J. A. West,
Miss Chriey Ann
days with her parents, Mr.
IT. E. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy at
tended the Ladies' Night of the
Rocky Mount Exchange Club held In
the Ricks Hotel on Wednesday even
ing of this week. Mr. Bundy was the
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sunrett. of New
Bern, and Mr. snd Mrs. J. L. Horton
and son, Lloyd, of Greenville, will be
guestsof Mr. and Mia. M. E. Dixbn,
Lieut and Mrs. W. W. Kersey will
visit Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson dur
ing the holidays enroute to their new
headquarters at Coral Gables, JT*
Mrs. Kersey is the former Miss Mar
Miss Hellen Rouse, teacher of pub
lic school music in the Wilmington
schools, will spend the Oiriutmas
holidays with her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. T. B. Rouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Vatawright and
son, and Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gibbs
and family, all of Qiasnvffle will
spend Christmas Day with Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Gibbs.
Mr. snd Mrs. M. P. Chandler, of
West Point Vs., are expected to ar
rive Saturday, for s holiday visit to
their daughter, Mm. Z. B. T. Cox and
the Rev. Mr. Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Manning and
family, of WUliamston, snd Dr, snd
Mrs. C. S. Eagles, of Saratoga, will
spend Christmas Day with Mis. Hen
rietta M. Williamson.
Mrs. Edna Alphin and son, John
Aluhin, Jr., of Wilson, will spend
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C.. Hubert
Joyner. Mrs. Alphin will remain for
a viait of several days.
Mr. and Mr*. George Edwards, of
Snow Hill, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mew
born, of Goldsboro, snd Mrs. Ivey
Smith, of Wslstonburg, will spend
Christmas Day with Mrs. J. A. Mew
Mrs. C. B. Maahburn, Sr., returned,
Tuesday, from Black Mountain, for a
visit to her children hers. 3*? was
accompanied to Black Mountain by a
lister, Mrs. J. M. Day, of Porto
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gurganus
and ton, Douglas, and Mrs. Lena
Gurganus visited Mr. snd Mrs. Jon
Gurganus ndkr Plymouth, Sunday.
Mrs. Lena Gurganus remained for a
visit of several dayj.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Modlin and
family, of Portsmouth, Va., C. E.
Modlin, Jr., of Petersburg, Va., and
Mr. and Mrs. Roland B. Modlin ami
children, of Washington, will visit
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Modlin during the
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Shytle and
daughter.-Barfisra Anno, of Wash
ington, D. C., will spend tihe holiday"
with relatives here. Mrs. C
bum, Sr., will accompany the Shytles
home for a visit before returning to
Friends will be glad to learn Art
Mrs. E. AT Rasberry, of Snow Hill,
who baa returned to her home from
a hospital where the received treat
ment for injuries sustained to an au
tomobile accident, is reported as ie-j
Mrs. T. G. Seals and ^daughter,
2"to their home Monday, after visit
tag Mrs. SsatoV-prf*% *r
tions, of to?~3&rijift?as season ben,
riige to Charles W*W?gton How
room of the Chapter
and ilium hied by
red taper* in brans candlesticks.
Poinsettias were used in profusion
and floor baskets held arrangements
of scarlet berries and forest greens.
A Christmas tree added a note of
festivity, and, together with lighted
wreaths and WthdttW fttlf candelabra,
famished the illumination.
The gaeati were greeted by Mm.
0. Ale* Rous*. Mrs. J. W. Joyner
introduced Die receiving line com
posed of Die hostesses, Mrs. Adams
and Mrs," Murray, the honoree. Miss
Turns#*, her mother, Mrs. Harvey
William Turnage, of Washington, D
C., the bridsgrooro-elect'* mother,
Mia. Charles Washington Howard, of
Greenville, Mia. W. J. Turnage, of
FarmviUe, and Mia. W. S, Galloway,
of Greenville, grandmothers of the
Directing the way to the tea table
were Mrs. Marvin V. Horton and
Mrs. Marvin V. Jones. ?" *
The table was spread with an im
ported cutwork cloth, lace ta^mmed,
and centered with an arrangement of
red carnations and fern flanked by
talb red topers in silver candelabra.
Pouring tea at interval# ftpm either
end of the table were Mis. W- How
ard Harris, Mrs. c. R. Townsem),
Mrs. R. A, Fields, Mrs. W. Leslie
Smith, Mm. Matt Long, of Green
ville, and Mm. Sterling Gates, of
Assisting in serving the sandwiches
and cookies, cut in Christmas motifs,
the party cakes, birds nest cookies,
cheese straws, nuts and mints, car
rying the chosen color note, were
Mrs. Wayne A.' Mitchell, it., of Kin
ston, Mrs. J. Loyd Horton, at Green
ville, Mm. Carroll D. Oglesby, Mrs.
Lath Morriss and Miss Anne Jones.
Goodbyes were said to Mm. Arthur
F. Joyner and Mrs. Paul ?. Jones.
Around eighty guests called dur
ing the tea hour, from 4:00 to 4:00
Miss Jones Entertains
Complimenting Miss Betty Lou
Turnage, of Washington, D. CL, bride
elect of the week, Miss Anne Jones
was a charming hostess at dessert
bridge, Tuesday evening. The Jones
home on Belcher street was lovely
with its decorations 'of candles, poin
settias, asaleas and a decorated
Christmas tree. Each table was cen
tered with a Yule log holding a light
id red taper.,
Upon arrival, refreshments of
molded ices, coconut csks, salted nuts,
mint i, cheese straws and coffee wer$
served. The honorae's place was
marked with a corsage of red car
Miss Frances Kittrell, of ^Greenville,
won the high score prise, a" pink vase,
and Miss Bonnie White, of Greenville,
the low score, a planted garden. In
the bingo games, Miss White retained
the floating prise, s box of Christmas
candy. Miss Jones remembered the'
honcree with a sterling silver com
D. A. R.
. Mrs. Ellen L. Carroll and Mm. Jade
Lewis were gracious hostesses at toe
December meeting of the Major Ben
jamin May Chapter, D.A. R,, held
Saturday afternoon in the Chapter
House, which had been made feteive
with Christmas greens, red berries,
red carnations and candles.
regent, presided. The singing of O,
Little Town of Bethlehem prefaced
the meditation, given by Mrs. C. S.
Eagles, chaplain. This was based oar
the humble birth of the Christ and
of the good will, symbolized by His
Whitman, who introduced the |uwt
speaker, Or. Harold J, Dudley, pastor
* the Pint Presbyterian Omroh, of
Wikon. an outataiMliiiv ImHa.
youth work- Or, Dudley addressed
the Chapter on the Greet Commit-1
ment, ss set forth to Luke 2:52, "Audi
Jesus Increased In statute and in
favor with God and man."
Dr. Dudley spoke of the juvenile!
delinquency problem from the angle
of its being a parents and an adult |
problem instead, and of the notoriety
and glamour given to crime fa i the
modem day, which makes is more at
trectfas tg *99%
Outlining the fourfold development
of youth physical, mental, morel I
?d social ? the speaker stressed
whbisaoma recreation as the para
Aa a eonclusion, Dr. Dudley point- j
ed out the value of religious train
ing fa the life of young people, and
fa this connection, quoted Henry G
Link, "Religion is the only unifying
and ever-present force which can help
to solve the inevitable morel and to-1
tellectual conflicts of parents, chil
dren and society at large. In a world
of change and rebellion, the authority
of God is the only fixed point." ' I
After the singing of Silent Night,
the meeting was adjourned.
Tim hostesses were assisted by
Miss Nancy Lewis and Mn. G R.
Towneend fa serving ices, molded to
poinsettia. design, party eakss and
Coffee was served from a beautiful -
ly appointed table. I
Special guests were Mrs. Dudley,
wife of the speaker, and Mn. G P.
Baucom, a former classmate.
The Christmas meeting of the I
Woman's Club was held Friday after
noon, at the home of Mrs. J. M. Hob
good fa which potted plant and ever-1
*?cns were used effectively. Mrs.]
Edison Moore and Mrs. Ben Lang
were the gracious hostesses.
In the absence of the president,
Mies Tabitha DeVisconti, Mrs. Hob
good presided. Mrs. A. B. Moore was
elected treasurer to succeed the latet
Mrs. B. S. Sheppard. Miss Annie
Perkins read excerpts from the North
Mrs. E. W. Holmes, as program
leader, presented her daughter, Miss
Rosemary, who sang lovely vocal se
lections fa illustration of the reading,
The Spirit of Christmas," by
Salads, molded fa Christinas tree
? designs, cheese straws, crax, pickles
and hot tea were served during a
pleasant social hour. Each plate bore
a gleaming choir boy candle aa deco
Junior Womarfa Club
Members of the Junior Woman's
Club and a special guest, Mrs. Z. B.
T. Cox, were delightfully entertained
hyMrn. W. Jeaae Mo ye fa her home,
Tuaeday afternoon. An attractive aro
rangement of silver pine cones, ret
candles and silver Dowers was usee
on the mantle; Yule logs with red
lighted candles decorated the coffee
table and other arrangements w
suggestive of the Christmas "?--r
Mrs. J. T. Nolan presided over w
"wstoess session, opening it with the
Pledge. She reported that the collec
tion of contributions for the needy
had been very successful The club
?greed to sponsor the dance that an
nually euds the Infantile Paralysis
drive fa January. Individual contri
butions, and also one from the club
for the Leonard Wood MrrorUi
had tiny Yule
mm n f - m
Us Adore ftitti O,
and Silent Night. J "*
the social hoar, Mn. J. I.
a dieedealon of
?d of heavenly hash, crax, cheese
etiawe, mate and coffee.
. Honoring Mrs Gee Schmidt, at Bal
boa, Canal Zone, sister and house
meat of Mrs. R. T. Witlimas, Mrs.
W. R, Burke graciously entertained
at a ltmehceon, Wedneday.
ine main and dessert courses were
served from the dining table which
was spread with a white cloth fad
centered with a crystal bowl of holly.
The dessert consisted of a green
Christmas pudding in star design and
-snowball cakes which Were served by
Mrs. Roderick Harris. Mrs. J. T.
Windham presided over the coffee
The house was decorated with holly,
cedar and red candles. Each guest re
ceived s boutonniere of holly upon
Guests included the honoree, Mrs.
R. T. Williams, Mrs. Windham, Mrs.
Harris, Mrs. Walter Jones, Mrs. C. S.
Hotchkiss, Mis, Pat Ruffin and Mrs.
W, 6- Game*,
Mrs. J. M. Mewborn graciously en
tertained the Book and Bridge Clab
and guests, Friday afternoon, in her
home which was decorated attractive
ly withi holly, pine, cedar, choir boys
and fawns, suggestive of! the Christ
mas season. Each table Was centered
with a single red candle surrounded
by lovely boutonhieres of greenery
and nandina berries tied with red and
Sandwiches, pickles and snowball
peaches centered with a tiny red taper
were enjoyed after play,
Mrs. Tommy Ryon was high scorer
for the afternoon. , ?
4 Mr*. E . N. Petteway, Mrs. Charles I
S. Edwards and Mrs. Charles E. Fitz
gerald were special guests.
A lovely affair of the week was the
Candle#, poineettias and azaleas -were
Mrs. M. V. Horten won the club
high aeon, a crystal cigarette and
ash tray combination, and Mrs. Alton
W. Bobbitt, the low, a crystal. en
plate. ' .^1?
Fruit gelatin, in green and red,
topped with whfeped enaar., was serv
ed with coconut cake, salted puts,
mints, cheese biscuits and black cof
fee during a delightful social hop.
Club Christmas Party
The annual Christmas party, of the
rarmviiie Home Demonstration Club,
was held in the club house, Thursday
afternoon. The mantel was banked
with holly and nd candles and Christ
mas greens were used elsewhere.
Mrs. Richard Ttogwell read the
Christmas story from Luke as the
devotional, followed by a prayer.
The program consisted of the tra
ditional Christmas carols sting by the
group with Mrs. J. L. Nanney read
ing the story and history of each one.
After the "business session, gifts
were distributed to all and Christmas
candies and fruits were served during
the delightful social hour.
? Mr. and Mm. Herbert Earl Hart
announce the birth of a sen, Herbert
Earl, Jr., on Sunday, December 15,
at Woodard-Herrtng hospital, Wilson.
Mrs. Hart is the former Miss Mar
guerite "Pat" McKinney, of Dnblin,
MR. DAVIS CRITICALLY ILL
As we go to press, we learn that
Frank Davis, Jr., who is receiving
treatment in a Richmond hospital,
is critically ill.
MEMBER OF HOCKEY VARSITY
Winston-Salem ? Among the girls
making the 1946 hockey varsity at
Salem College is Miss Agnes Quin
erly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Davis, Jr., of Farmville. Miss Quin
erly is a senior.
It's hundreds of years old
And to you it may sound trite,
But we took these two columns
To try to say it right
Good health and happiness in the
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