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the wnek aid in Palmer Springs,
R. A. Joyner, Jr., of Raleigh,
r?? the week end here with -
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- Mr. end Mil Ben Eagles, oi
visited Mr. and Mtl R. T. No
^MmT H. S. Corbett, of Micro,
spend the week end with Mrs. R.
Mrs. Peal E. Jones left Thursday!
for e visit to relatives in Washing-1
ton, D. C. ta,I
Friends will regret to learn that!
Mrs. Claude Joyner is ill in a Wilson
Joe Gregory, student at E. C. T. C-,
Greenville, spent the week end at his
home here. . ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forbes and
daughter were Raleigh visitors
Miss Floribell Garner, of the pri
mary faculty, spent the week end m
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rasberry and
Mrs. A. B. Moots were Wilson visi
tors, Tuesday. ?
Mrs. C. G. Rollins, of Raleigh, was
the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Eascm.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gaynor and
Mrs. L. E. Jones visited relatives in
Mrs. Don B. Cleveland left Wed
nesday for a visit to her parents in
St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Bob Joyner has moved from
309 Grimmersburg street to 1109 Gold
street, Wilson. , _ .
S/Sgt. Jack V. Johnston, of Fort
Bragg, is visiting his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. J. I. Baker spent the week
end in Greenville as the guest of
Mrs. Simon Moye.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Gupton, of
Rocky Mount, were guests of Mrs.
Ben Lewis, Sunday.
Mrs. Arnold Pittman, of Selma, will
spend the week end with her sister,
Mrs. J. A. Gregory. |
Mrs. W. E. Smith and son, Jaek,|
of Wilson,'spent Sunday with Rev.
and Mrs. E. R. Clegg. ,
Mrs. G. S. Vought, of Raleigh, will
arriye Friday U spend the week end
with Mrs. G. Ml Holden.
Mis. Berkley Rutledge, member of
the local faculty, spent the week end
at her home in Ayden.
Mr. Appie Flanagan returned from
a Wilson hospital, Monday, and is im
proving'at her home.
Miss Bath Spier, member of the
school faculty, spent the week end!
at her home in Tarboro.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ik Tripp, of Green
villa, visited Mr. and Mrs. George B.
Moore, Sunday afternoon. _
- Mrs. Pheora Eason, of Red Springs,!
arrived Thursday morning for a visit \
to Mr. and Mrs. John Eason. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson return
ed Sunday from a trip to Cleveland,
Ohio, and Washington, D. C.
Dr. G. L. Gilchrist and Frank Allen
ittended the Stantonsburg Kiwanis
3ub meting, Tuemfay evmung.
Mr. and Mrs. R. LeRoy Rollins and
?as, Robert, and Mrs. G. M. Holden
spent the week end fa Charlotte.
Mr. 'and Mm. J. M. Wheleaa, Sr.,
and Mr. and Robert P. Wheleas spent,
Sunday with relative, fa Spring Hope.
H. H. Bradbam, who is on the to
bacco market, in Louisville, Ky? is
expected to arrive home Friday night.
Mfas Geneva McCachem, of Wil-I
mfagton, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I
Ed Nash Warren during the week |
e?Mr and Mrs. Gordon E. Lee
family were dinner guests of Mr And
Mil E. L. Meek, in Greenville, Sun-|
Mr. and Mrs. V. N.
.-?>> ??m of
1 Smith, ;
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8:30 > m.?Circle 1, Presbyterian
Auxiliary meet* with Mm. C. C.
ifi ? - ?
at the home <
?with Nn. L. J.
8:00 p. m.?Circle 2, Presbyterian,
meets with Miss Jen Easley,
Tuesday, 11 5
p. m.?Merry. Matrons meet
Mn LeRoy Rollins. *
p. in.?Rotary Club. """p
7:00 p. aa. ? Woodmen of the
7:80 p. m.?Lang's 4-H Club meets
with Jarvis Tripp, Jr.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. Robert
3:30 p. m.?Brownies.
.... Thursday, 18
2:30 p. m.?Farmville Home Dem
onstration Club meets with Mrs.
Richard Tttgwell and Mrs. J. H.
Bynum as hostesses.^
3:80 p. m.?Presbyterian Juniors
meet with Jeas and Ellen Norris
3:80 p. m.?Girl"8ooutsr Troop 2.
7:30 p. m.?Masons.
3:16 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. R. T. Williams.
7:00 p. nn.?Woman's Club holds
? covered dish supper at the home
of Mn. J. V. Hobgood with Mrs.
R. S. Ferguson, State Senator,
8:30 p. m.?Altar Guild meets with
Mn. John EL Dixon.
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
7:30 p. m.?Supper Club.
f:00 p. m.?Major Benjamin May
Chapter, D.A.R., will celebrate its
Zlst anniversary at a luncheon
meeting with Miss Gertrude Carra
way, of New Bern, state regent, as
honor guest. Mrs. Hugh Sheppard
and Mrs.W. H. Whitmore, of Wil
son, will act aa hoetepseft.
Mr. and Mrs. Flave Darden moved
Jhis week from 306 E. Wilson street
the home of the late Mrs. B.
Jiheppard, on S. Walnut street.
Friends will be glad to learn that
Bfrs. Ben Weaver is improving in a
JVilson hospital, where she recently
nderwent a major operation.
I Miss Mary Thome Tyson returned
Bfrmn the tobacco market In
ri, Mo.,* where she has been em
for the past several months,
ftiends will regret to learn that
lire. L. J. Williford entered Woodatd
Jferring hospital, Wilson, this week,
here she will undergo treatment
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carraway and
Ir. and Mrs. Carreil Oglesby were
uests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Clif
|on, in Kinston, Tuesday evening.
Rev.* and Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox and
ftfrs. Will Jones, Jr, and daughter,]
Julie Reid, spent Friday with Mr. Hod
|fn. R. A. Haislip, near Oak City.
Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Duke and son,
feflfy, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones,
Fr., and family visited Mr. and Mm
it J. Langley, in Robersonville, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Spell and Homer
Speir and'Mr. and Mrs, George C.
of Maury, visited* Mr. and
Mrs. Addison Sprague, in Durham,
Vivian Scott student at St
Mary's, Raleigh, spent the week end [
it her hnae here and had
, Miss Sarah Halt
be glad to Mara that
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ff Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Skinner, of
Norfolk, Vs., announce the birth et a
daughter, Nina Jo, Wednesday, Jan
Mr. apd Mrs. Mae Besmsn, of
GoWeboro, announce the birth of a
sen, Ed Malcolm, Jr.,
is the former
Miss SalUe Vandiford, of Ayden.
1tr, and Mrs. Ben Hardison an
nounce the birth of a sen, John Ben,
Jr., February 2, at the Willlams
Winstead Clinic. Ifas. Hardison is
the former Miss Eleanor Cherry, of
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, i
Fountain, announce the birth of
son, Wedneitday, February 6, at the
Williatas - Wins toad Clink. Mrs.
Moore is the farmer Miss Katharine
Morris, of Macclesfield.
We ham to fellow a straight court
pith no eaception, in regard to nev
items emit in' without signature or
address ... we cannot print them for
DIES IN COLUMBIA. S. C.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T.
Longford, of Greenville, N. C., will
regret to learn that they were called
to Columbia, S. C., Saturday after
noon due to the death of Mr. Lang
ford's mother, lbs. Clarke Langford.
addresses young people
Mr. and Mr?. Sam D. Bpndy at
tended the Youth Fellowship Supper
jf the Greepville Christian Church,
Sunday evening. Mr. Bundy spoke
to the group of sixty young people
cm the subject "Christianity and Its
Relationship to* Youth."
The Brownies met Wednesday aft-l
ernoon with -Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox, the
Ann Morgan presided during a
business session featured by a dto
cussion regarding the, spring operetta
uid the installation of new officers
by Mrs. George Farr,-counselor.
The meeting was cloned by the sing
ing of the Brownie song. ?
Mrs. Cox served delicious cookies,
indies, nuts end fruit juice. Sue
Flanagan was a special guest.
Despite the bitter weather, the first
freesing cold day of winter season,
?11 of the Brownies, with the excep-j
ion of one, were present.
> JULIAN-BRADY *' f
Bennett.?The marriage of Miss
Mary Lily Brady, daughter of Mr.
Bind Mrs. William Walter Brady of
Bennett, formerly of Durham and
Greenville, and Maurice Julian of
Chapel Hill, eon of Mrs. Alexander
Julian and the Jate Mr. Julian of
Brockton, Mast., was solemnised on|
January 27 bJ'Dt J. L. Shelburne.
The bride wow a white * J
? limned pietwe i , ..
# card table, by the hos
The tables were spread with white
linen covers and .centered with ar
rangements of came Hi ss^f or tbe^serv
of a chicken salad course, cake and
by her sister, jftse Ida Cowan,
Mrs. J. D. Murphy, of G
i?oth?r of Mre, John C.-Darden, ^
a spatial gleet. ^
Sharing also with the honorees
His. Murphy in Mrs. Dental's hospi
tality, "were: Mm Mehard D. Harris,
Mis. Irvin Morgan, Jr., Mrs. Robert
T. Monk, Mis. Roland O. Lang, Jr.,
Mrs. Csnoll D. Oglesby, Mrs. J. W.
Joyner, Mrs. G. Ale* Rotuw, Mrs. John
B. Lewis, Mrs. Carol W. Modlin, Mis. j
R. C Copenhaver, Mrs. Wifl Jones,)
Jr., His. John D. Dixon, Mrs. X. V.
Jones, Miss Anne Jones, Mrs. Charles
S. Hotchkiss, Mis. E. C. Beaman, Mias
Helen Smith, Mrs. H. Neal Howard,
Mrs. lied Albritton, Mrs. Charles S.
Edwards, Miss Adelaide Harden, Mrs.
J. M. Carraway, Miss Mary Ann
Townaend, Mts. Warren Palmer, of
Greenville, Mm Roderick Harris, Mm
David T. Harris, Mm L. E. Walston,
Mrs. W. M. Willis, and Mm T. Eli
Latest addition to social organisa-|
tions here is the Dance dub, which
held its first meeting at the Country
Club, Saturday eveniqg. with die pres
ident, John C. Parker, and Mm Par
ker, the vice president, Dr. Frank
Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Emerson
Smith as hosts. Mrs, David T. Harris
is secretary of the club.
Party- sandwiches, cakes> pickles,
nuts and punch were served.
- Una group will meet for dancing
on the first Saturday evening in i
The Contract Club waa graciously en
tertained, Tuesday afternoon, by Mm
W. Leslie ShpitipHi her home on West
Church street which whs
Hs arrangements of
narcissus, quince and camellias.
The high score award, a set of ash
trays, was won by Mrs. W. M. Willis,
a guest, and the low, note'p per, by
Mm J. W. Joyner. ?1?
Tallies and favors carried out the
Valentine idea as did the refreshments'
of ice cream, topped with strawber
ries, cakes, cookiee, cheese straws and
Junior Woman's Club
The report of the nominating com
mittee, given by Mrs. Richard D. Har
ris at the regular meeting of the
Junior Woman's dub, Tuesday eve
ning, was accepted in its entirety.
New officers elected at this time
were: Mrs. W. C. Gainer, president:
Mrs. J. T. Noien, first vice-presideiit;
Miss Rosemary Holmes, second vice
president; Mm Sam Lewis, recording
secretary; Mm E. N, PBtteway, cor
Edwards, reporter; and Mm H. D.[
Johnson, * i ____
Miss Margaret Smith, co-chairman I
on * red heart surrounded by wiitte
fluting in the center of the table
with lighted candles used ba
this arrangement. Napkins also
oat the Valentine idea.
Quince and first breath of spring
in attractive arrangements in
the Flanagan home where the nee
ing was held.
. 's ?
the business seesioe of
Club meeting, held Wed
with Mrs. John B. Joynpr as
hostess, was the reelection of the fol
lowing officers.: Miss Elisabeth Davis,
president; Mrs. J. H. Darden, vice
president; Mrs. W. P. Easley, secre
tary; Mrs. J. L Morgan, Sr. treasurer;
Tabitha DeViaconti, librarian.
The club voted donate $6.00 each to
Philippine and Greek causes.
Sam D. Bandy, guest speaker,
brought echoes of the North Carolina
Recreation Commission workshop and
conference being held Qda week at
the first Presbyterian Church in Wil
son, under the direction of the pastor,
Dr. Harold J. Dudley, aad with recre
ational leader* from twenty-eta East
ern Carolina towns in at)
Mr. Bandy, secretary of the i
of Commerce, gave excerpt* from lec
tures and discussions relative to the
place and value of a program of rec
reation ta the heme; the recreation
leader; social recreation; community
programs^ crafts aad
Miss Annie Perkins brought the
program to a dose with interesting
current events. V . v?,"_
During the' eodal hour, the hostess
served ice cream molded in Valentine
mottfk, block cake, party sandwiches,
dates, salted almonds and coffee.
The Joyner home, on Main street,
was beautifully decorated with ar
rangement* of hawthocb and camel
lias, flown in from Tuskegee, Ala.,
home town of the hostess, being used
Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Pon
ton,. Mrs. G. M. Young, Mrs. George
Harris, Mrs. Leon Jenkins, Mrs. Lewis
Scruggs, Mrs. Lyman Jones and Mrs.
Mary Robbins Oliver, all of Rocky j
Mount, and Mrs. H. H. Bredham and
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M THEATRE 1
FARMVILLE, N. C
The Hone of 1
WEEK OF FER 8th
with - ?B
Plus?Edgar Kennedy Comedy.
SUNDAY A MONDAY H
It'e Beery at his best as the
toughest mug with a heart of
who becomes the reluctant
of |t hero-worshiping half-pint!
They're terrific! in . . .
"THE MIGHTY MeGURK"
starring Wallace Beery?Dean
r- Stockwell?Edward Arnold.
The March of Time. V
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HEART SHAPED BOXES OF CAND1
fcS#BITMAN,S ? NORMS ?
RUSSELL McPHAIL ? CHESTWOOD (Chest and 1
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