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Mia. J. H. Bjrnum and Mra
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the week end :
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ard, of Norfolk, 1
with Mr. and'
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Myrtle Roth Tripp, of Greenv
spent tha week end with her brother, |
Billy Tripp Briley.
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Mr. and Mra. G. Vinson, of Wi
were weak and guests of Mr.
I Mrs. B.' W. Janes.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham and I
I son, P*nutk, spent Sunday in Rocky]
| Mount with relatives.
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Miss Maijorie Freeman, of
Ilocal faculty, apent the week ad in]
I Ayden visiting friends.
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Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Dixon were J
I business Hakuis in Raleigh and Fu-j
quay Springs, Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Liles, of]
IDurham, visited relatives here the]
| first part 'of the week.
Mra. PerneU Burnette and son, of |
I Midway Park, Camp Lejeune, were]
| visitors here, Saturday.
Mra. F. G. Dupree, Sr., and Mra.ll
jMabrey Pollard visited A. R. Dupree,]
| in Plymouth, Wednesday. /
Mrs. G. Alex Bouse, Mrs. J.
| Wheless and lbs. Lath Monies were |
| Raleigh visitors, Monday.
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Friends will hie glad to learn that]
I Mrs. W. A. Pollard continues to im-|
| prove from a recent illness.
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Mr. and Mra Manly Liles visited I
jMra Liles' sister, Mra Guy Stbtt, in |
|Wilson, Sunday afternoon.
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Mra L. ?. Waiston had as her I
Iguest, Friday, Mra- A. A. Atkinson.)
(of Macclesfield, her sister.
Mr. and Mra James Edwards, of |
?Washington, were guests of Mr. and]
|Mrs. G. S. Williams, Sunday.
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Mr. and Mra Vernon Cox and]
ily^of Winterville, visited Mr. and |
|Mra Robert P. Wheless, Sunday,
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Brenda Hinson, of Ayden, .
lie week end' with her grandparents, j
fr. and Mra R. J. Wainwrighf.
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Mra W. A. McAdams and Mra J.l
IR. Shearin attended a funeral in |
| Rocky Mount, Wednesday morning.
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Mias Grace Whitehurat, a member]
the high school faculty, spat the|
end at her home in Conetoe.
L. 0. fteakosan is "a patient at)
IBex Hospital, Raleigh, when he is
3*0 p. ^-x
Mrt. E. P. Gsynor.
m.?Girt Scouts, Troop J.
p. m.?Kiwanis. A/" rS'i
8:00 p. m.?Christian, Group 1,
with Vn. Trad Smith.
00 p. m.?Presbyterian Auxiliary
meets at the home of Mrs. J. M.
10:30 aT m.?Executive Committee, ?(
Baptist Missionary Society, will
meet with Mrs. Henry Johnson.
2:80 p. m. ? Seven Pines Home
Demonstration Club meets with
Mrs. Jasper Morgan. H
6:30 p. m.?Rotary. . A
7 .-00 p. m.?Woodmen of World.
7:30 p. m. ? Christian, Group 4,
- meets with Mrs. T. T. Moore.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts. .
8 K)0 p. m.?Community Planning
8KM) p. m. ?Christian, Group 8,
meets with Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox.
8:00 p. m.?New Dual Qub meets
with Mrs. S. A. Roebuck.
8:00 p, m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Miss Elisabeth
8:30 p. m.?Brownies.
2:00 p. m.?P. T> A.
8:80 p. m.?Presbyterian Juniors.
7:80 p. m.?Masons.
8.-00 p. m.?Christian, Group 2.
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8:16 p. m.?Book Mid Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Frank Allen.
8:80 p. m. ? Altar Guild meets
with Mrs. C. a Hotchkiss. v
.Saturday, March 1
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
8.-00 p. m.?-Dance Club meets at
Country Club with Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Oglesby, Mr. and Mn.(
David Harris and Mr. and Mrs.
Alien M. Harris, as hosts.
Mm. Lonnie Pierce, Mr*. Ethel
Thornton, Mm. Weeley R. Willi* w
Robert Pierce were Greenville' visi
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Mr*. "Paul W. Matheson, of Nor
folk, Va., will arrive Friday to spend
the week end with her daughter, Mm
Eli Joyner, Jr.
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Miss Nell Beaman, student at
Campbell College, Buie's Creek, spent
the week end with her mother, Mrs.
C. L. Beaman.
Mm. A. C. Mpnk, Sr., Mrs. J. 0.
Pollard, Mrs. T. C. Turuage, Sr., and
Mm. John T. 'Thome were Raleigh
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Mm. Layne Dail left' Thursday for
a visit to her daughters, Miss Jane
Dail, of Raleigh, and Mrs. Marvin
Hurst, of Durham.
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Mr. and Mm. Allen Drake and
daughter, Nancy Etta, returned from
the tobacco market in Hartsville,
TemL, Tuesday night.
R. T. Norville visited Mr, and Mrs.
A. B. McLawhom, in Greenville, and
Mr. and Mr* Lewis Speight, in Win
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Mm. T. E. Joyper, Sr., Mrs. J. I.
Morgan, Sr.,' and Mm. Irvin Morgan,
Jr., were Richmond, Va., visitors,
Mrs. J. W. Parker left Wednesday
for Nashville, Tenn., where she will
visit her daughter, Mm. Jack Me
David and Mr. McDavid.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Tjlu lljlu I
fbe department held in
the Hick* Hotel on Wednesday night
of this meek. Mr. Bandy m the
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Mr. end Mm Sam D. Bandy end
OH, S. D., Jr., end Jemee Henry,
the poet week end in i
Miee Peer) Spe3|fn. Bandy's
sister, retained with them to
two weaks here. >'!? :>;'
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Mrs. H. W. Kemp visited her
ether, Mm. W. a Holes, in Middle
S daring the week end. Mrs. Eppie
w end daughters, Barbara Ann
end Pstsy, of Baltimore, Md? who
were sdeo visiting in Middlesex,
tamed for e few Ays may with Mm.
Kmnp. ; '1
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Mix Max McLeod, who has been
living with her parents, Mr. end Mm.
J. W. Bess for some time pending the
of a home in Dann by her
h unbend, left Wednesday to
them. Mm Bess accompanied
to Damn for ? stay of sev
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Mr. end Mm Cecil Johnston spent
Sunday night with Mm Lacy Ram
ley in Washington, D. C. Monday,
they attended the graduation of Miss
Janie Morrill Johnston at Johns Hqp*
kins School of "Nursing, Baltimore.
Mm Cecil Johnston left for Orange,
Vs., to visit relatives after the grad
uation exercises ynH lf<? Johnston
returned to- Farmville with her bnoth
After her vacation she will as
her duties aa head nurse of the
diabetic clinic at Johna Hopkins.
The hut fa> the weekly aeries of
radio programs sponsored by the
American Legion Auxiliary will be
given over WGTC, Greenville, Wed
nesday afternoon at 8:4ft o'clock. The
subject will be "Child Welfare."
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE
The Rev. J. R. Rountree held Ash
Wednesday service in the Epiaoopal
Church,' Wednesday evening, Febru
ary 19, at 7:80 o'clock and will con
duct Lenten services each Wednes
day evening throughout the season.
A cordial invitation to attend is ex
tended the community.
LKAVR SATURDAY ON TOUR
Mrs. J. I. Morgan, Sr., Mrs. R. H.
Knott, Mrs. J. O. Pollard, Mrs. Wea
ley R. Willis and Mrs. A. C. Monk,
Bhr., an leaving Saturday from Ral
righ for a Hotee aqd Garden Tour of
Mobile, Notches, and New' Orleans,
to be conducted by Mr. and Mrs. J.
Wilbur Bonn, of Raleigh.
Mrs. Cherry Eaaley graciously .en
tertained the members of the Presby
terian Youth Fellowship, of which
the la counsellor, and special guasta,
kf p .
to fundamental principle* is i
to the preservation of the
of a free people," he took hie i
to the year 1090 when euppoeodly the
United SUtes wee in a state of total
em. Celling upon eeeh per
?eat to become more aware
end wide awake aa.to what the gov
t is doing, be noted thi
tea continue to per "Kb Wtle J
attention, they mey weke up to flnd|
their country under such a rule.
A book published during the war,
"Diplomacy and God," written by
|George Glasglow, en Englishman, was
discussed and used in bringing out
these four fundamental principles j
upon which citizenship is based; 1.
God is sovereign and reigns
2. Righteousness alone exalts a na
tion; 8. Man ia worth saving; 4. We
pass through trigedy to triumph. An
Interesting illustration, proving that
God is sovereign and reigns supreme
the incident of the English being
?aved from the Spanish Armada by
the storm that destroyed a great part
at Spain's fleet, which was recounted
ky Dr. Dudley.
Miss Tabitha DeVisconti, president,
presided and presented Mrs. Elbert
C. Holmes who was in charge of the
musical program. Miaa Rosemary
Bobnes, Mrs. R. O, Lang, Jr., aad
Elbert C. Holmes rendered- voeal ae
actions, duet and trio numbers with I
Bra. E. W. Holmes, Mrs. Hobgood|
ind Mrs. Elbert C. Holmes as aocom
The dining room table, from which
supper was served buffet style,
was covered with a white cloth and
mtc a centerpiece of red and white
arndles, red and white ribbon bows
md a figurine, which was surround
sd by camellias and placed on a large
?d heart with a frilly white edging,
fecorations on the buffet also ear-|
?ied effectively the Valentine idea.
Mrs. W. H. Moore, Jr., and Mrs.
fSam D. Bundy acted aa hostesses and
indvidual white iced cakes
opped with, red deoerations. Miss
dsrgsnt Smith presided ever the
Hawthorn, fems and daffodils -
baed in artistic arrangement in the|
Mrs. Dudley and the mnister* of the
[own shared honors with the mem*
of the Junior Woman's Club as
Junior Woman's Clnb :
Mrs. Melton Altai was a gracious
fortes* to the Junior Woman's Club,
Wdsy afternoon, with Mrs. j. T.
[total, presiding over the business
don. The meeting was opened
frith the Pledge.
The members voted to "buy the
flrowniee m flog end to have a train
ing school for member*.
Mrs. W. Jesse Moye reported that
[ehool supplies had been purchased
frith the money collected for that
pose and had been tamed over to
J.N.R.RA. to be sort to needy
chools overseas. Mrs. Frank K.
lUea gave a resume of an article,
Russian Women as I Saw Them,"
bitten by Mrs. Lafall Dickinson, na
tional president. > ? f
The parilmentarian, Mrs. Henry D.
iohnson, gave a five minute talk
Lfter which the meeting closed with
he repenting of the Collect.
daughter, Jeanette Rodger*, to Carl
L. Ivey, Jr., Thursday, February 18,
in Selma with Rev. W. H. F. Iwy,
grandfather of the bridegroom offi
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey axe at
making their home with the bride
groom's parenta, Mr. and Mr*. C. L.
Ivey, Sr., at 418 East Wilson street,
Farmville Howe Demonstrstien (Sid
Mrs. J. R. Lewis presided ?t the
club meeting, Thursday afternoon,
opening with the singing ef "The
Star-Spangled Banner" followed by
the Collect Reports from the treas
urer and several committees ? we
given after which Mrs. Fred T. Lang
ford, home agent, interestingly bee
her program on the subject, "Wetor
for Better Health,"
Carrying out the club's -plan to
study a foreign country each month
In order to promote better untie
standing between the nations, Mrs.
B. R. Fields gave a short talk ?
"Russia." Mrs. 1. R. Levis reviewed
the book, "Claudia," by Rose Franke
\ Valentine contest was won by Mrs.
1, L. Ngpney.
The hostesses, M?- Rteh?rd Tvw
well gnd Mrs. J. L. Nanney, served ?
:onge#le4 Mind god individual toad
sakee decorated in the Valentine m
tif followed by hot coffee.
At the Rotary Club
Cut Blackwood, as
it the Rotary Club,
>ad arranged for three minute talks
m the future of the Church and
> resent trend and future
n the business world, as viewed by
various local representatives. These
ncluded George Davis, who talked
>n the Church; T. Eli Joyner, Jr?
he furniture business; Lynn Eaaon,
into mobile; Levi Walston, banking;
abor, Paul Ewell; income tax and
axatkm in general, Manly LUea; the
tdvieehility of establishing a medical
chool at Chapel Hill, Dr. Chas. E.
fitsgerald; college basketball in N.
1, James Monk. The judges, Jehn
,ewis, Irvin Morgan and the Rev. E.
I. Coates found it impoaribie to pick
he winner in the speaking content,
ind eo prises were given to oil par
Charles Hotohkiss and Graydon
J lea, of Durham, were special guests
it this tima,
An announcement was **H* rela*
iveto the benefit Kiwanls-Rotary
asketbaU gams, to he held February
8, in the school gym.
'AEMISS EN JOT A
?;g SUPPER AND FILM
Two hundred farmers of this area
njoyed a barbecue supper and the
hewing of intereeting filmsat the
loan try Club, Wednesday evening,
?y inviththm of the Farmville Im
ilement Co., and the Thxas Company,
aint hosts at the event, which was
resided over by Frank K. Allan, as
raster of ceremonies.
Films included the Army-Navy
;ame, the IMS World Series base
all end one shown in connection with
tie lufirication pud care of farm im
A* number of representatives of the
'exes Company throughout thfa sec
Ion were in
?WEEK OF FEB. 22,
A new and Brilliant Comet:
Acroee the Weetern aky, intro
during George Houataet in
"THE LONE RIDER
mony la ? setting of fern,
fit white flowers, and banting white |
? the ceremony- a pro
of wedding music was pre
by Mia. Bart Cunningham,
organist, who played "I Lore Thee"
by Gregg, '^Serenade" by Schubert
and "Are Maria" by Bach-Gounod.
Ban C. Thazton, soloist, sang, "Be
cause by - dHardelot, "Calm as the
Night" by Bohm and "O ' Perfect
Love" by BqaWgh.
The bridd was escorted by her
father, by whom she was given in
marriage. fibs won a wedding
gown fit ivory satin with brocaded
wedding bells. A fhort
veil of illusion fell from a coronet
edged With bugle beads, fe. She oar
ried S shower bouquet of gardenias,
bouvardia, and white orchids.
Mrs. Everett I. ^agg, Jr., of Dur
ham was matron of honor aad only
attendant for her sister. She wore a
dress of ke blue crepe and carried
a bouquet of red roses.
- John G Darden, of Fsrrovijle,
served as hast man for his brother
Ushers wen Guy Mitchell of Dur
ham, A1 Whitaker of Kinaton,
Jamas L. Newsom and Stewart 1
Atezander, Jr., of Durham.
Mrs. Newsom choe* for her daugh
ter's wedding a drew of brown
traps trimmed with bronse banded
net, At ooraage was of brown
spray orchids. The mother of the
bridegroom won a black crepe
drew trimmed with shell pink lace,
with which she used a corsage . of
Immediately following -the cere
mony Dr. and lbs. Everett I. Bugg,
Jr., and Mr. - and Mis. James L.
Newsom entertained at the Forest
Hills Club for the bride and bride
groom, a few clow friends,
if the two families and out-of-town |
After the reception Mr. and Mrs. I
left for a wedding trip.
Upon their return they will be at
iome in FarmriUefl The bride won
For travel, an aqua wool drew and
laehet ensemble with black acces
sories and Jtha white orchid lifted
torn her bridal bouquet
Mrs. Darden graduated from Dur
ham High School, and took a sec
retarial course afterward*. For the
last several year* she Las been a
nedical secretary in Dmharn. Mr.
Darden attended Darlington School,
Rome, Ga., and the University of
north Carolina, Chapel HilL During
he war be was a major in'the Unit
id States Amy Air .Corps, serving
n the China-India Theatre.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs.
John a Darden, Mrs. 3, W. Parker,
X. L. Eason, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C
Darden and Misa Adelaide Darden,
ill of Farmville; Miss Sara Me
Dearmtn of Memphis, Tenn.; A1
Whitaker, Miss Neva Whitaker, Mir.
kfitctefll, Jr., al ofl Kinston; Miss
Virginia Pou of Raleigh; Dr. and
Xrs. Joe Thompson of Cresdmoor;
Sdgar Long, Mr .and Mrs. Joe A.
jong, Jr, J. A. Lang, Sr., and Mrs. R.
r. Teegue, ell of HL-iboro; Lt Comdr.
md Mrs. Richard J. Raid, Jr., of|
N. Um stead and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
tire home. The
ben of the bridal partjr, the tvrp
families and a few eloee
Announced By P
bort C. Bonner of the First
of North Carolina has m
the following nominations for
vacancy at the U. S. Naval
Annapolis, Md., beginning with
Ji-o Of Bsth^N.^C.; J^jgiate
C.; second alternate?Irving William
Gewsr, of Greenville, N. CJ-, thiM
alternate?Hugh K. MeGlanghon, of
Ahoskie, N. C
Competitive examinations are to
be held in ApriL
Greenville, Feb. 20. ?.
E. C. T. C? who have i
In scholarship in
were honored at a tea given
day afternoon by the Beta Kappa
chapter of Pi Omega Pi, national
honorary business education fraterni
ty. Approxima tely 80 Vhen and worn
sn students invited to attend.
Joseph r. CA>gory of Farmville, a
Freshman ai the college, was
he honored guests.
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When I was young I had'no idea
that old people acted the way mygj
contemporaries do today. ?
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