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M i Sunday will
R. T. NorrtUe and Gordon
ureenvflle visitors, Friday.
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j Mm. C. Hubert Joyner ia
aa Improving from a Meant illness.
Mm. E. a Beaman, who haa been
HI recently, ia reported as improving.
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| Mm. Z. M. Whitehurat and ?
G. Ruffln were Wilson visitors,
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Hart and
aon, Bert, were Wilson visitors, Sat
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Mm. T. E. Johnson is spending two
weeks in Woodruff, S. C., visiting
Mrs. D. O. Fate, of Goldshovo, ia
spending the week with Mrs. R. IK1
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Mm. Cherry Easley end daughter,
Mas Jen, visited relatives in Smith
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Miss Agnes Quinerty, of Salem Col
lege, Winston-Salem, spent the week
end at her home here.
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Mrs. R. R. Daughtridge, of Rocky
Mount, visited her sister, Mrs, H. H.
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Mian Nell Taylor Beaman, student
at Campbell College, will spend the
week end at her home.
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Friends will be glad to learn that
Mm. Nannie Tugwell is recovering
from a recent ill
Mm. James Yates, of WhiteviHe,
spent Monday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Greene.
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R. A. Joyner, Jr., of Raleigh, will
spend the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Joyner, Sr. '
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Mrs. B. A. Parker, of Benson, will
siiend the week end with Mm. Hen
rietta M. Williamson.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Modlin spent
the week end in Portsmouth, Vs., with
Mr. and Mm. Eari Modlin.
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Mm. H. W. Kemp spent several
days this week with her mother, Mrs.
Walter Hales, in Midiksex.
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Miss Mari&h Thompson, Miss Anne
L. Jones and Mrs. R. G. Ruffin were
Gokkboro visitors, Saturday.
Friends will regret to learn that
Mm. Appie Flanagan ia ill at her
home on Grimmemburg ptreefc
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Mrs. Thurmsn Owens, of White
ville, spent Monday and Tuesday with
her sister, Mm. Will Jones, Jr.
Jfr. sad Mm. W. a Allen and son,
Harry, spent last week with Mr. and
Mm. S. R. Bailey, in Chapel Hill.
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Mrs. Bertha Gardner spent the
week end in Greenville with her
daughter, Mrs. George Wilkemon.
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Mrs. O. B. Griffin and Mrs. G. M.
Raynor, of Louisburg, spent the week
wl with Mr. and Mm. J.' R. Shearin.
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John Beat, manager of the Gabriel
Johnson Hotel, Smithfield,.:, visited
Mr. and Mm. J. B. Roberts, Sunday.
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Mr. and Mm. Bonnie Allen *nd
family visited Mm. Allen's mother,
Mm. Inna Baum, in Saratoga, Sun
day. ? ?
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Mm. B. C. Alien has returned to
her home in Raleigh after spending
? few days with Mr. and Mm. Manly
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Virginia Howertoci has m
from n three weeks visit
in Bailey and Southern
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Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Hammond and
fcmHy, of New Bern, visited the T.
B. Barrow family hi Greene County,
SwUay. ?: :; ? W
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Mr. and Mm. Warren Lupton
*'% at New Holland, am
l Lopton's mother, Mrs. B.
meets at tie home of
J ..ffewbonv v--k .--~3 ?%'.
3:80 p. m.?Troop 1, Girl Scouts.
TH? p. m.?Kiwanis Club. "
7:80 p. m.?Y.W.A., Baptist, meets
with Miss Rosemary Holmes.
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8:00 p. m.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. (X H. Joyner.
8:80 p. m.?Junior Woman's Club
meets with Mrs. Ernest PetU
way, at the home of Mrs. G. M.
6:80 p. m.?Rotary Club.
7:00 p. m. jj% Woodmen of the
Worid. ... ? *
8.D0 p. m.?Boy Scouts. ^>1
3:00 p. m.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. Paul E. Jones.
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. Tommy
S. Ryon. ... '?4'^
8:30 p. m.?Brownies.
8:80 p. m.?iAu Fait Club meets
with Mrs. David Harris. ^
: Thursday, 23 3
3:00 p. m.?Parent-Teachers As
3:30 pi m.?Girl Scouts, Troop 2.
3:15'p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Tommy 8..
Ryon. \ _:*J
X-'\> Saturday, 25
10:00 a. m.-?Bird Club.
1:00 p. m.?Mrs. W. R. Burke en
tertains at a luncheon for Mrs.
R. A. Parker.
Rev. and Mrs. T. M. Grant and Mrs.
Ruby Grant Dougan, of Rocky Mount,
were guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. R.
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Mrs. Seth Barrow and infant son,
rames Stanley, returned Wednesday
'rom Woodard-Herring hospital, Wil
K>n, to their home/ '
C/N Jane Dail, of Rex Nurses
Some, Raleigh, will spend Friday
ifternoon and Saturday with her
nother, Mrs. Layne DaiL
Mr. and Mrs. Gorden E. Lee and
ihildren, Gordon TClghman and Edith,
sere guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
If aiming, in Ay den, Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gardner and
dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gardner and
lamily, of Smithfield, were guests of
dr. and Mrs. R. T. Norville, Sunday.
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Friends will be glad to leant that
diss Emily Gayle, who has been re-1
rape rating from a recent illness, is
?eported as improving, though slow
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Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards, ofj
Washington, Mr .and Mrs. G. C. Wil-1
ion and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams,
>f Greenville, visited Mr. and Mrs. j
3. S. Williams during thfe week end.
.Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis and*
'amily and Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck and
laughter, Carolyn, will attend the
iallet Russe in Raleigh, Friday eve
Rev. ahd Mrs. Z. B. T. Goat, Mrs.
Will Jones, Jr., and daughter, Julie
Eteid, and Arch Flanagan visited Mr.
md Mrs. Z. T. Cox, in Rocky Mount,
Wednesdays:' * 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Lane D. Roberts and
?amily, and. Mrs. Margaret Ginn, of
3oldsboro, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Roberts, Saturday night
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kinlaw, Mrs.
Fohn D. Beatty and B. S. Fortner, of
Elixabethiown, were, guests of Mr.
isd Mrs. P. K. Eweil and Mrs. S. E.
Ewelt, Sunday. fM-- ? ? TpSj
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Tommie Lang and Bill Monk, stu
ients at Carolina, spent the week end
it their homes here. Lionel Nelson,
jf Asheville, their roommate accom
panied them here.
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Mrs. B. G. Rufffn and Mias Ami*
L. Jones were Raleigh viiiora, Sun
day. Uiey were accompanied home
by Dan Morrtn, who underwent an
operation at Rex Hospital recently.
Dan ia improving steadily and expects
to return to Darlington School, Rome,
Ga., to reaume his studies during the
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D. Bundy and Miss Rosemary
Holmes gave tHfc program at the
Snow Hill Parent-Teachers Meeting
Monday night of this week. Mr.
Bundy made a talk otfS'Schools Face
th<; Future" and Miaa Holmes delight
ed the 126 persons present with three
solo numbers. Mrs. Berkl&gfflSfl
ledge accompanied Miss Holmes at
E/' ". "V ' t,\ ' lilliiifft'Tlfffri
Mrs. Jphn Redding Lewis announces
the engagement of her daughter,,
Mary Finettee, to George Burwell
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mack
Smith, of Mocksville and Monroe. The
will take place on March 8. \
Rer. T. M. Grant, of Rocky Moutt,
district superintendent, will preach
Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock
service. The first quarterly confer
ence of this year will he held Im
mediately after the service.
Rev. E. R. Clegg, Pastor.
GIRL SCOUT NEWS
Troop 2 completed work on their
reader*' badges and troop dramatics
badges at their regular meeting,
Thursday afternoon, in the Baptist
Church. The girls gave an im
promptu play, which they wrote, as
part of their training in dramatics.
The wedding of Hiss Grace Dew,
of Charlotte, daughter of Mrs. James
L. Dew and the late Mr. Dew, pf
Marion, South Carolina, and Isham
B. Nichols, of Charlotte, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Nichols, of Greenville,
North Carolina, took place last Sat
urday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at
Main Street Methodist Church in Dil
lon, South Carolina. Rev. Pierce E.
Cook, pastor of the church officiated.
C. L. Ivey and C. L., Jr., local rep
resentatives of the Home Security
Life Insurance Co., were among the
more than thirty other agent* of this
firm, who attended a barbecue dih
ner given P. R. Bowen, of the Green
ville ,officer Friday evening, as the
winner of the monthly competition
among company .representatives inr1
this territory. . ,
R. E, King, of Washington, gen
eral manager of the district and
Hoover Taft were speakers of the
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The first 1947 area meeting of the
StfMi. ChuKh Work committee was
held in the local Methodist Church,
Thursday, at/ll o'clock.
Mrs. Gurney P. Hood, of Raleigh,
state president of the Woman's So
ciety of ^Christian Service presided
and the secretary was Mrs. H. O.
Lineberger, of Raleigh, vho serves in
that office iil the state
Carl T. Hicks, of
chairman of the local committee,
gave a report and commentary on the
work done In this area. Mrs. A. Q.
Roebuck, rural mission worker, made
her report in the form of a compari
son of what she foand in January,
1949, and what tits situation is
A round table discussion and short
T. M. "Grant,
talks by Rev. T. M. Grant, district
superintendent of the Rocky Mount
district, Rev. B. B. Slaughter, dis
trict superintendent of the New Bern
Rev. Key Tsylor, of Wal
and Rev. E. R. Clegg, of
advisory member of the
on rural work, And bv R.
, of the local committee,
features of -the program,
of Mrs. B. O. Turn
| tributions to the next
Beasley conducted the devotional.
I Mrs. Beasley's inspiring meditation
I had aa its theme the new year and it#
I challenge to service for God, country
I and the world.
1 As this was the initial meeting of
the new year, it was devoted wholly
I to a discussion of business matters
land activities connected, with the
I chapter. Announcement was made
of aqpther generous gift to the ehapr
1 ter from A. Monk, Sr., to be used
I for additional fencing and upkeep of
I the building, which was accepted
1 with deep appreciation by the mem
bers. Mrs. J. 0. Pollard and Mrs.
Williamson gave reports of the par
1 ties and dances, sponsored by the
Daughters, during the Yuletide
Featuring the business session were
plans for the* anniversary meeting to
be held in February with the state
regent, Miss Gertrude Carmway, as
honor guest and speaker. The meet
ing will take the form of a covered
dish luncheon with Mrs. W. H. Whit
more and Mrs. Hugh Sheppard, of
Wilson, ss hostesses. A silver show
er will be held by the num bers at
thiB time in observance of the chap
ter's birthday. /
Delegates elected to represent the
organisation at the annual state meet
ing, to.be held in New Bern, were.:
Mrs. E, Bruce Beasley, " * "
Pollard and Mrs. G. A
ternates, Mrs. Paul E.
E. Hooker and Mrs. A.
: Mrs. W". 8. Brown,
applied at this tin
her membership to
her application was
The hostesses ware assisted b;T the
daughters of Mrs. Moahigo, Mr
Melton Allan: and M?. J. C. Broc
Jt?, and by Mrs.'
A. <J. Beefcwki "
Mrs. Brock, Jr., '
high score award,
poblet, was given
Parker and the low,
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Carraway. The hostess
Mrs. Hants with silver in
feg Mrs. Irvin Morgan,
charming hostess ho th
afternoon. Christmas <
in decorating her home.
Strawberry shortcake, salted tP
monds and coffee were enjoyed in
the , social hour. Coca-colas w
peeed during play.
I Mrs. C. & Hotchldss was awarded
high score for the afternoon.
Mrs. Howard Harris was a guest
FARMVILLE HOME , \"S
A buffet nipper honoring their
husbands vu given by the Farmville
Home Demonstration Club meiLbert,
Thursday evening in the clubhouse.
A color schepie of orange and
green arte effectively carried out by
the u?e of forest greens and orange
candles on the piano and mantel. The
table was centered with an unusual
and attractive arrangement of green
leafy vegetables and carrots; candi
holders holding carrots which repre
sented orange candies added a uni
A sumptuous supper at fried chick
en, salads, deviled eggs, assorted
sandwiches, pickles, hot coffee and
fruit cake' topped with cream and
cherriee was served.
Mrs. J. R. Lewis preside.*. & Mrs.
Herman Baker gave the speech of
welcome, after which old familiar
songs were rung. The program con
sisted of a talk by Miss Veraa Bell
tion agent, on "Good Health through
Proper Diet" Eerie Weeks, assist
ant county agent, spoke to the men
on "Soil, as Related to the Produc
tion of Health Food#." .
A clever skit explaining what foods
are needed to give the necessary vi
tamin* in order to promote gcpd
health, was acted by aeverat of the
members. With Miss Lowery as
leader, a recreational period featur
ing games and songs was enjcyed.
Hostesses for the supper were Mrs.
J. R. Lewis, Mrs.'Earl Bagley and
Mrs. B. R. Fields.
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