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Activities Of Local
The V. W. A. met at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Moore, Monday' night,
with Miss Elvira Tyson presiding
and conducting the devotional from
the book at John. The president
also assisted Mis. Francis L. Joyner
in giving the program which dealt
with "Foreign Missionaries in Ru
After adjournment the hostess
served sandwiches, cookies, crackers,
nuts, pickles and iced drinks.
Group 2 had charge of the pro
gram at the Woman's Council meet
ing in the church Monday afternoon,
with Mrs. Robert D. Rouse basing
her devotional on "And a Highway
Shall Be There and a Way." Mrs.
W. Jesse Moye in a brief talk about
the effects of the atomic bomb
stressed that the only way the tyotld
can be saved from it is by the Chris
tian way of life. '
The opening hymn, "Blessed As
surance," was sung prior to the re
peating of the Lord's Prayer in
unison. Mrs. Ted Albritton presided
and urged all who could to attend
the all day seksion of the Missionary
Institute in Ayden, Friday.
The meeting adjourned with the
Sunday School?10 o'clock, Sam D.
Bandy, superintendent, elates for
all ages. Morning worship?11
o'clock, sermon topic, "My Home."
Communion?11:16 o'clock. Young
people's meeting?7 o'clock. Evening
service?8 o'clock, subject, "My Best
Details of sponsoring a Stanley
hostess party, Thursday afternoon,
April 24, at the home of Mrs. T. S.
Ryan, were worked out by the Altar
Guild members, Tuesday evening at
their meeting. Mrs. John D. Dixon,
directress who presided and opened
with the prayer followed by the
creed, was appointed to contact Mr.
Connelly, the photographer, about a
definite date for his being here to
The hostess, Mrs. C. S. Hotchkiss,
served hot tea, sandwiches, cheese on
crackers, pickles, olives and brown
Mrs. Claude Joyner presented the
devotional at the meeting of Circle
Four, Monday afternoon, using the
fifteenth chapter of Luke and the
theme, "I Will Arise and Go to My
Father." "The Candle That Sacri
ficed Its life to Give Light," was
the missionary topic given by Mis.
Layne DaiL Mrs. Pearl Johnston
also had a part on the program.
C. C. Simpson, hostess,
peach shortcake topped with
nuts and coffee in the social
period. Quince and jonquils were
used in arrangements in the
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Plus two reel comery
SUNDAY ft MONDAY
YouH find Romance, Thrills, Ad
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added latest news events
The Meat Famous Outdoor Spec
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Gary Cooper?Jean Arthur hi
Also, selected short
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The Ruthless Killer Strikes . . .
from tiie eerie darkness of the
SHADOW OF A WOMAN
LONE TEXAS RANGER
? with Wild BiU Elliott . .
Also chap. 6 "Jungle Raiders"
THURSDAY ux| FRIDAY
It's the not-tp-be missed picture
about a not-to-be-pardoned crime
John Garfield ? Geraldine Flts
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color cartoon .
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FRANK GRAHAM ADDRESSES
H. D. MEETING IN WASHINGTON
Highlighting the program of the
Fifteenth District meeting of the
Home Demonstration clubs in Wash
ington, Wednesday, April 9, was a
talk by Dr. Frank P. Graham, pres
ident of the University of North
The Seven Pines club was repre
sented by Mrs. Clifton Ellis, presi
dent, Mrs. Feriell Morgan, Mrs. Ly
man Heath, Mrs. Jasper Morgan,
Mrs. Luther and Mrs. Howard Garris,
Mrs. Russell Meeks, Mrs. Roy Jones,
Mrs. Claude Allen, Mrs. Ichabod Al
len, Mrs. Floyd Heath and Mrs. R.
Attending from the Ballard's club
were Mrs. Howard Moye, Mrs. J. RT
Go wans, Mis. I* R. Jones and Mrs.
Mrs. J. R. Lewis, president, Mrs.
Richard Try-brig, Mrs. Roy Bowling
i'S 4-H CLUB
Mrs. Johnson, ex
in order to se
boy and girl,
enjoyed with Misses
Hobgood and Bezel
candy prises. ?>
and peanuts were
in the social period,
meeting was adjourned by re
tire 4-H pledge.
ATTENDANCE PRIZE ATp
MEETING IN GREENVILLE
Gathering in Greenville, April 8>
at 2:30 p. m? scores of home demon
stration club members from all sec
tions of Pitt county beard Mrs. Har
riet Pressly, of Raleigh, speak. This
gathering marked the Seventh
Spring Federation meet of club mem
The Fsrmville club with 18 mem
bers present won the prize for the
most members in attendance.
Among those from the Ballard's
club were Mrs. H. D. Moye, Mrs. L.
E. Tumage, Mrs. J. H. Moore, Mrs.
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BIRD CLUB NOTES
The Upland Plover, which'
once a familiar game bird in
Eastern states but because of
ceasive shooting and destruction of
its nests has grown very scarce, was
the subject of an article by Chand
ler Cox at the Bird club meeting,
Saturday morning. The occasional
lone pairs that are now seen are
in decided contrast to the numerous
couples which once nested in every
field and were abundant as the
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ARTHUR JUNIORS ENTER
TAIN SENIORS, OTHER GUESTS
The Junior claps of Arthur high"
school entertained the Seniors class
at a banquet in the Home Economics
cottage, Wednesday everting, April
9. Henry Flake, president of the
Juniors, was toastmaster.
The cottage was transformed into
a veritable flower garden with early
Spring flowers, roses, gladioli and
daisies. The central feature of the
decoration was a miniature dream
_ with Mr. Gssh
well making the response; Marie H.
Smith, Sr., answered the toast to the
School Board given by Mark H.
Smith, Jr., D. H. Conley responded
to the toast given to the county
superintendent by William Stocks.
Miss Betty Joyner discussed
"Planning life's Garden," and Miss
Ann Crawford gave a poem, "life,"
by Paul Dunbar.
The' tables which were arranged in
the living rodKyjiaere beautifully de
corated with yellow candles and daf
fodils and spires in crystal bowls. A
three-course dinner was served by
members of the Sophomore class as
sisted by Mrs. Richard Nichols. Cov
ers were laid for 85 guests, which
included member of the two classes
and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Conley, Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
P. S. Rasberry, Chester Worthing
ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cashwell,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McArthur and
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Hendrix.
Mr. and ;
Miss Evelyn Speight
eek end with Misses Frances end
Elizabeth Williams in Hookerton.
Mrs. G. W. Bailey is spending
some time with her daughter, Mrs.
Jimmy Parker, in Raleigh.
Miss Clara Jenkins visited her
mother at Fairmont daring the
Friends will regret tj> learn that
W. L. Mum is ill at his home.
Mrs. Thurman Gregory of Wilson
is visiting her mother, Btrs. Sudie
Bowden, this week. Jpg?
Miss Julia Mae Dildy returned
Saturday after attending the Inter
national Beauty show in New York
Mrs. Earl Lang and - daughter,
Eariine, have returned home after
a visit with relatives and friends
in Windsor. ?: - g* ?
Mrs. Joseph S. Cook of Sylvester,
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Miss
Sara Cook, a member of the local
Mrs. J.- S. Cook of Sylvester, Ga.,
and Miss Sara Cook were the dinner
guests of Mrs. L H. Goin, Sunday.
Kin Mary Blair
week end with friends in Bethel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Craft, Jr., ana
ooae guests, Mies Eva White,
lanice Baiemore, and D. B.
White, Jr., of Aulander visited the
Kennedy Baptist Orphanage, Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Craft visited
Mrs. Craft's father, Jack Thomas,
"who is ill, in s Kinston hospital Son
Mrs. W. E. Lang has returned to
her home after a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Simpson in Washington,
D. C. Mrs. Lang was accompanied
home by her granddaughter, Carolyn
Simpson, who will remain for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Craf. attended
the Rural Letter Carriers and Ladies
Auxiliary meeting held at Red Oak
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitley were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Mangum Sunday.
Mrs. Myrtle Beaman and son,
Jimmy, Clifton Gorbett and Philip
Shirley were Goldsboro visitors
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Letch worth of
near Snow Hill were guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J:' C. Gard
ner, Sr., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Joyner of
Snow Hill and Mrs. David Hay visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Paul Craft, Friday.
C. T. Hicks is in Chicago this
Mrs. Thelma Yelverton of Foun
tain visited Mrs. W. E. Lang, Tues
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troubles to others, how nonchalant
they seem about it all.
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