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sick list thla pasl
Will Jones, III, Sa confined to hia
home om account of sickness.
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Miaa Anne L. Jonea spent the week
end in Saratoga visiting frienda.
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The Aaaociate Editor is recuperat
ing after an illness of several days.
Miss Hattie Carr and Mrs. E. C,
Carr were Wilson visitors, Friday.
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Mrs. Ella Jefferson,*of Fountain,
visited Mrs. R. T. Norville, Friday.
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Mrs. Annie- Rigsbee spent Thursday
through Saturday in Richmond, Va.
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Mrs. Corinne Stilley visited relatives
in Washington during the week end.
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Bill Carr, student at State College,
will spend the week end at his home.
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R. T. Norville and Gordon E. Lee
were Greenville visitors, Wednesday.
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Friends will regret to learn that
Mrs. Minnie Warren has been ill this
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Miss Aileen Flanagan has accepted
a position with Simpson's Flowers in
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Mrs. E. C. Beaman and Mrs. R. C.
Copenhaver were Kinston visitors,
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Mark Pope, of Atlanta, Ga., was
the overnight guest of Charles Quin
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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Darden have
returned from the tobacco market in
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Leon E. Jones entered the Veter
an's Hospital at Fayetteville, Mon
day for treatment
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R. A. Joyner, Jr., of Raleigh, will
spend the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Joyner.
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Friends will be glad to learn that
Mrs. J. M. Ward is much improved
from a recent illness.
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Carl Rowan, of Nashville, Ga., spent
last week here as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Gordon E. Lee.
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Gordon E. Lee and guest, Carl
Rowan, of Nashville, Ga., were Rocky
Mount visitors, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Royster will
arrive Friday night from the tobacco
market in Maysville, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Clegg, of Pitts
boro, spent Sunday and Monday with
Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Clegg. \
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Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson return
ed Friday from a trip to Columbia,
S. C., and Cleveland, Ohio, r S
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Mrs. J. L. Rumley, of Greenville,
was the week end guest of her-daugh
ter, Mrs. G. E. Moore, Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Drake are spend
ing a few days of this week in Colum
bia, Tenn., on a business trip.
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Mr*. W. H. Duke and son, Billy,
spent part of last week visiting in
Roanoke Rapids and Durham.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. EL Darden, Jr., who
have been on a bridal tour of Florida,
are expected home during the
end. p- .
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Miss Aim Turnage, student at Flora
Mac Donald College, Red
will spend the week end at her
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Mr. and Mr*. J. W. Holmes left
Wednesday for a visit to West Palm
Fla., and other points of in
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Mrs. David Harris, Mrs. Carroll
Oglesby and Mrs. J. M. Carraway
were Greenville visitors, Tuesday aft
ernoon. . ??''??&*... r '?
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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flak* and fami
Iff*. Arthur F. Joynar, Mr* M. V.
Richmond, V*, visitor*, Monday and
Mr* Ida Watson, of Falkland, was
tha roost of hsr nsphew, C.L?i*ng
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Jack To mage and Dr. Frank Har
ris attainted a dance at Flora Mad
f\MiaU /"?-?? T}_J Qm?inffa Q.i,.,
lA/iuiia MJiiejjc, iwQ opnii^Bf omut*
8:00 p. m. ? Woman's Council,
3:80 p. m.?Lenten Study Class,
Episcopal, meets with His. R.
8:80 p. m.?Woman's Society of
Christian Service, Methodist.
8:30 p. m.?Week of Prayer Ser
8:80 p. m.?Circle 1, Presbyterian,
meets with Mrs. J. M. Mew born.
7:80 p. m.-Y.WA., Baptist, l
with Mrs. Robert P. Whelesa.
8100 p. m. ? Workers' Council,
Methodist, meets with Mrs. J.
M. Carr k way at the home of
Mrs. Bertha Gardner.
3:00 p. tn.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. Lath Monies.
6:80 p. m.?Rotary Club.
7100 p. m. ? Woodmen' of the'
8:00 m.?Boy Scouts.
8:00 p. m.?Annie Perkins Circle,
Baptist, meets at the home of,
Mrs. Geo rye W. Davis with Mrs.
C. L. Langley as Joint ho
8:00 p. m.?Junior Woman's Club
meets with Mrs. W. H. Duke
with Miss Margaret Smith aa
3:30 p. m.?Literary Club meets
with Mrs. A. B. Moore.
8:80 p. m.?Brownies.
3:00 p. m.?Au Fait Club meets
with Mrs. Allen Drake.
8:80 p. m.?Girt Scouts, Troop 2.
7:80 p. m.?Masons.
8:00 p. m.?Circle 2, Presbyterian,
meets with Mrs. Ethel Thornton.
8:80 p. m.?Altar Guild meets
meets with Mrs. Will Jones, Jr.
3:00 p. m.?Lamrad jClub meets
with Mrs. George ? Moore. Jr.
3:30 p. m.?Rebecca Winhorne
Chapter, U. D. C., meets with
Mrs. J. W. Parker.
7:00 p. m.--American Legion at
the high school lunchroom.
7:80 p. m.?Order of the Eastern
10:00 a. m,?Bird Club.
3:00 p. m.?Major Benjamin May
Chapter, D. A. R., meets with
Misses Helen and Huldah Smith
as joint hostesses.
5:00 p. m.?Smith-Lewis wedding
solemnised at Methodist Church,
Mines Anne Jones and Mary Ann
rownsend attended the mid-winter
lances at U. N. C., Chapel Hill, dur
ng the week end.
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Mrs. R T. Williams and son, Rod,
ind Mm. Will Jones, Jr., and daught
sr, Julie Ried, visited relatives in
Etocky Mount, Friday.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. R Shearin were
ailed to Louisburg, Wednesday, on
iccount of the death of Mrs. Shearin's
jrother, Frank Gupton.
Bill Morton, studenfcat Union Theo
ogical Seminary, Richmond, Va., will
ipend the week end here with his ?mo
Jier, Mrs. J. M. Hobgood.
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Friends will regret to learn that
tfrs. T. M. Dail who has been ill for
leveral days in a.Greenville hospital
s reported as. Blightly worse.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kornegay re
turned to their home in Richmond,
7a., Monday, after a visit to their
nother, Mrs. GUes Kornegay. . %.
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Eugene B. Cass,
ledatsd with th
Company here for about six months,
>vas recently transferred to Wallace.
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T. and J. W. Wellons, brother*
?f Mm. E. B. Clegg, and Miss Eliza
beth Wellons, all at Princeton, wen
Eneets of Rev. and Mrs. Clegg, Son*
i*y. ' ??? ill ill
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Mn. A. J. Qnene returned Wed
nesday from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. James Yates, in Whiteville. Mr.
end Mn. Yates accompanied her home
and spent the day hen. *
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Mr. and Mn. J. H. Smith and son
Jimmy, of Norfolk, Vs., and Mr. and
Mn. W. L. Smith. of. Memphis, Team,
wen guests of Mr. and Mn. W. Les
lie Sndtfr, last week end.
Miss Jean fedqnmr, student at
Adams street, Wilson, Thursday. ^
Wright will open his new tin busi
? timm the flmt of April.
Mrs. Cherry fsstoy,
secretary, and Mrs. J. M. Hobgood,
attended a meeting of
board of Albemarle Pres
byterial, In Washington, Tuesday.
Miss Annie Perkins accompanied
to Washington and visited Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. McLean.
Union Meeting Planned
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Rev. Thad Cox and Sam D. Bandy,
president and vice-president of the"
Hookerton Union of the Disciples of
Christ Church, met with the pro
gram committee in Greenville on Tues
day afternoon and planned the four
onion meetings for the year. The
March meeting will be at Bell Ar
thur, the June, Walstonborg, the
August, Red Oak' Church, and the
November, FumstU*. The general
theme for all four meetings will be
North Carolina Feces the Crusade.
BAPTIST CHOIR APPEARS 1
IN NEW ROBES, SUNDAY
The choir of the Baptist Church
will wear the new maroon colored
robes, recently purchased by the
church, at the Sunday morning hour.
Dedication of the robee will take
place at a special musical service,
Sunday evening, March" 15.
The Sunday morning anthem will
be "Nature's Anthem of Praise," by
Sir Arthur Sullivan. In the evening
the youth choir will sing.
Sermon topics for Sunday are:
morning, "Persistency In Well Do
ing"; evening,'"The Wicked Are Like
A Troubled Sec"
Rev. E. W. Holmes, Paster.
ATTENDANT IN MAY COURT
Miss Margaret Bynnm, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henry Bynnm, and
a student at Louisburg College, was
third place winner in the election for
May Queen, held recently, which auto
matically made her a member of the
MayCourt. Miss Bynum is a senior
LOCAL STUDENT HONORED
.Bobby Smith, son of Mr. and Mn.
G. Robert Smith, student at Presby
terian Junior College, Maxton, has
been elected president of the Student
Christian Association!, vice president
of the Vets Club and secretary-treas
urer of the Student Council in elec
Miss Nancy Lu Moore, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moore, Jr., cele
brated her fourteenth birthday, Sat
urday afternoon, with a weenir roast
at which several, of her friends were
The dessert course was a birthday
cpke made of iced doughnuts in tiers.
Russian tea was served with the cake.
MRS, McCULLUM HONORED
WITH BIRTHDAY DINNER
Mrs. Bert McCullum, of Louisville,
Ky., who is the houseguest of her
sister, Mrs. J.-W. Joyner, and Mr.
Joyner, was honored by them, Sun
day, at a birthday dinner. Out-of
town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Askew and daughters, of Wil
son, and Mrs. Stephen Gardner, of
GIRL SCOUT ACTIVITIES"
Highlighting the meeting of Troop
I, this week, vu the election of new
officers?Dot Hathaway as scribe and
Dors May Barrett as treasurer. The
date for a breakfast hike was set for
the morning of March 8.
A study of the U. S. flag was made
agricultural ' building, on Thursday
nights. V jW
lira. Don Cleveland, new
aad Mrs. R. T. Williams met
the girls in the Baptist Church,
her home which
amarjrllis, bluebelle and d
Mies Tabitha ' DeVisconti
over the i
welcome as a
and Mrs. L. F. Daughtey as a visitor.
Jello topped with whipped cream
and hot coffee were served during
the social hour. J
An Fait Oak
Mrs. Roderick Hants graciously
entertained the An Fhit Club and
guests, Mrs. Joseph D. Joyner and
Miss Rosemary Holmes, Thursday
afternoon. Strawberry shortcake and
coffee were served prior to the games
in which Mrs. Carroll Oglesby scored
high and was awarded a pine scented
soap and bath oil est and Mrs. Carol
Modlin received the low score prise,
Mrs. Allan Darden was welcomed
as a new member.
Concluding a aeries of informal
bridge-luncheon* held during the
month of February, Mrs. H. Neal
Howard and Mrs. Ted L. Albritton
entertained at the home of the latter,"
Tuesday. A barbecue luncheon was
served with lemon pies and coffee
as the dessert course.
Mrs. Albritton won high score in
the games that followed and Mrs. R.
V. Fiser, a special guest, low.
Members of the New Deal Club and
a special guest, Mrs. W. R. Burke,
were charmingly entertained by Mrs.
S. A. Roebuck, Wednesday afternoon.
Spring flowers were used in decorat
ing the horns.
Mrs. Pat Baffin won the high score
sward, a bronze plate rack, and Mrs.
W. M. Willis received a plate and a
rack as consolation.
Between progressions the hostess
invited the guests into the dining
room where cherry-pie a la mode,
cheese straws and coffee were served
from the dining table.
Wednesday Afternoon Club
Miss Elizabeth Davis graciously en
tertained her bridge club, Wednesday
afternoon. High score prise, ash*
trays, was won by Mrs. R. V. Fiser,
and the low, Wedgewood note paper,
by Mrs. Robert Lee Smith.
Members and the following tea
guests were invited into the dining
room: Mrs. T. Eli Joyner, Jr., Mr*.
Allen Darden, Mrs. Irvin Morgan, Jr.,
Mrs. George, Mrs. Frank and Mrs.
Lewis Allen, Mr*. R. D. Harris, Mrs.
R. C. Copenhaver, Mrs. T. S. Ryon,
Mrs. R. T. and Mrs. A. C. Monk, Jr.,
and Miss Ruth Spier.
The table was centered with an ar
rangement of snapdragons, carnations
and Dutch iris and covered with a
white Madeira and lace cloth. Mrs.
F. M. Davis, Sr., mother of the hos
tess, pound tea and dainty sand
wiches, cookies and salted nuts were
Potted wen used In the
decorations of the living room.
Mr*. Allah Darden, a recent bride,
was rememberpd with a pair of silver
candlestick* and Mr*. T. Eli Joyner,
Jr., with a crystal bud vase.
. American Legion Auxiliary
The. American .Legion Auxiliary,
meeting in the home of Mr?. E. F.
Gaynor with Mrs. Alton Bobbitt m
Joint hostess, heard a stirring talk
by their president, Miss Mamie Davis,
The opening rituals of the Pledge
to the Flag, the singing of the Na
tional Anthem and repeating the Pre
amble to the Constitution were led by
toe president Psalm 87 was used as
by Mrs. Bobbitt who
poem and also
led in prayer.
for year books, poppies, Girls' State,
and GoU Star mothers. Mrs. Clfffldft
was cordially welcomed as a
lember. The meeting closed
Friday morning. ]
who knew M'jm
Carolina, Introduced. ' |
estingly developed the subject, "Mis
Women's Circle and
Young Women's Association, of the
local church, aid the Woman's Mis
sionary Society and Y. W. A. of the
Fountain Baptist Church, were guests.
Miss Rosemary Holmes concluded
the program with appropriate songs,
The community missions commit
tee set sad cherry tarts topped with
cream and decorated with tiny flags,
coffee and nuts. In spite of the in
clement weather, Thursday night, 85
members were present. .
Potted plants and Jonquils were
used as a setting for the meeting
which was held in the Sunday School
Baptist Week of Prayer
The Week of Prayer for Home Mia
sms will be observed with meetings,
Monday, Tuesday,' Thursday, Friday,
at 8:30 o'clock and Wednesday at
7:80 p. m. in the church.
Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox had the members
of Group 8 as her guests for their
regular meeting, Tuesday evening
Mm. Arch Flanagan presided and Mrs.
C. L. fvey, Sr., led the Hidden An
swers. The devotional was given by
Mm. L. E. Tumage on "Kindness."
Mrs.'Troy Dai! was welcomed as a
The hostess served gingerbread
topped with cream and pineapple.
Five new members were welcomed
into Group i> at Hie meeting held
Tuesday evening in Hie home at Mrs.
T. T. Moore. They are Mrs. Jack
Allen, Mm; C. L. Ivey, Jr., Mrs. Ron
ald Nichols, Mrs. J. T. Windham and
Mm. Andrew Garris.
Miss Verla Williams conducted the
devotional and Mrs. Ted Albritton,
who presided in the absences of the
chairman, Mrs. Ernest Russell, led
the Hidden Answers.
Ambrosia and cookies were served
in a social hour to the 19 members
Group 2 met with Mm. & K. Pip
pin, Wednesday night. Mm. Z. B. T.
Cox led the devotional and the chair
man, Mrs. J. H. Paylor, the Hidden
Vanilla ice cream topped with
strawberries, pound cake and salted
nuts were served in the social hour
by the hostess.
Miss Helen Smith presided at the
Lenten Study Class held in the home
of Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., Monday aft
ernoon. She opened the meeting with
prayer and the reading of appropri
ate Scripture. '
The auxiliary members voted .to
?end a second box for overseas relief.
Mrs. J. H. Darden, United Thank Of
fering Custodian, stated fSul a pro
gram on this topic would be present
ed March 23 and collection made 'of
the Bine Boxes.
Mrs. E. S. Scott concluded the study
f THEATRE 1 ..
FARMVILLK, N. C
The 9Tob? of
WEEK OF^ILAJtHi 1, i?47
'OUTLAW OF THE PLAINS'
With Barter Kin* of the wild
and A1 (Fussy) St John
Al&o?Chapter 8 "Crimaon Ghost"
PI Pine ... . S
bay purple hangings for the church
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with chocolate icing Mid coffee. A
eeeting will be held Thureday
with Mrs, Will Jones, Jr.
lowship was privileged to hew
Charles A. Motingo, who spent
several months in India, tell very in
terestingly his observations of life
fat India. He spoke of the living con
ditions?work, clothes, habits and re
ligions, the influence of the British
and emphasised the great need for
aid to ^hese unfortunate people.
Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck demonstrated
how the girls and women make and
iar the sari?their dress and how
the men wrap and wear the turban.
She ltd the devotional which was fol
lowed by a chain of prayer.
Refreshments consisted of foods of
India served in the style and manner
of the natives of that country fcy the
hostess, Mrs. Ed Nash Warren.
? report at the nominating com
mittee, given hp the chairmen of the
committee, Mrs. Mm B. Lewis, waa
made at the Monday evening meeting
of the Auxiliary. New officer! are
as follows: 1st vice president, Mrs.
Joe Flake; 2nd vice president, Mrs.
Habrey Pollard; secretaries?spiritual
life, lbs. C. F. Baucom; foreign mis
sions, Mrs. J. C. Corbett; literature,
Mrs. P. K. Swell; Christian education
and ministerial relief, Mrs. J. T. No
len; synod's and presbytery's home
missions, Mrs. O. Robert Smith; or
phanages, Mrs. Glenn Newton; chair
man of Circle 2, Mrs. Joe Flake, and
historian, Mrs. Will Moore, Jr. Mrs.
John M. Mewbom will serve another'
term as president, Mrs. George B. j
Moore will continue as chairman of.
Circle 1, and Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, as'
adviser to Carre way's Chapel Circle.1
I " The program, "What Is My Paft
in the Adult Program of the,
Church," was presented by Mrs.. J. C.
In the business session which was
presided over by Mrs. J. M. Mew
bom, president, in whose home the
group met, committees were appoint
ed to make plana for a church supper.
The meeting was opened with scrip
ture reeding and prayer.
Mrs. Alice Tugwelt, formerly of
Route 2, Farmville, is residing With
Mrs. Annie Askew at 2612 Wickham
Ave., Newport News, Vs., instead of
with her other daughter, Mrs. Paul
Gay, as stated in the issue of Feb
ruary 7. (This was not Ohr error.)
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SWEETS / .
Wednesday, March 12
Episcopal Altar Guild
As part of the i
?hip study, Mrs.
a five-minute talk
~ Lloyd Alien,
Mm. J. E. Gowans, .
gave talks on these subjects.
In the social hoar, heavenly hash
and cake were served. " W:
P Spedal guests were Mrs. 1+ E
Turnage, Jr., and Miss Myrtle Plsa
Sam D. Buady, secretary of the
local Chamber of Commerce, was the
guest speaker at the Woman's Club
in Walstoalnrcg on Wednesday af
noon of this week, Mr. Bundy spoke
on the subject "Citisenship Building
for the Future."
? MO CHAISE'
. Wc now have a ma
Repair System and iteau left
repair will be ready for Mir
within a week.