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- Mr*. Senie Parker left Wednesday
for a visit to Florida.
My. and Mrs. G. W. Jackson, of
Hertford, visited the formers sister,
Mrs. C. C. Simpson, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hart and
son, Earl, were Wilson visitors, Wed-;
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Simpson and
son, Cliff, spent Sunday with rela
tives in Hertford.
Marvin Horton, Tommy Lang and
Bill Monk, students at U. N. C., spent
the week end at their homes here.
Mrs. Mark W. Joyner and daugh
ter, Pat, of Greenville, spent Monday
and Tuesday with Mrs. J. M. Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Darden and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Darden spent last
week in Morehead.
Mrs. D. R. Morgan and Mrs. 0. G.
Spell were Richmond, Vs., visitors,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Spell, Jr., and
family, of Goldsboro, spent Sunday
with relatives here.
Mrs. Corinne Stilley spent the
week end in Swan Quarter with rela
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood attended an
Albemarle Presbytery committee
meeting in Wilson, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Royster have
returned from a trip to New York
and cither points.
Mrs. A. H. Joyner, of Morehead,
visited relatives here during the
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham and
son were Rocky Mount visitors, Fri
Mrs. W. R. Skinner, of Greenville,
visited her father, Paul Allen, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nash Warren
and son, Bert, spent the week end
Mrs. E. W. Holmes is conducting
an Intermediate clinic in the f Scot
land Neck Baptist church this week.
G. L. Boston, brother of Mrs. Dun
bar Lamar, underwent an operation
in Park View hospital, Rocky Mount,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dixon, and
daughter, Barbara Ann, of Wilson,
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Windham.
Mr. and Mra. R. A. Fields, Jr., and
daughter, Jenny Perry, of Roberson
ville, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Fields, Sr.
Mrs. L. 0. Crawford and daugh
ters, of Hot Springs, Ark., have ar
rived to spend a few weeks with Jack
Lewis and family.
Mrs. W. Jesse Moye, president of
the 15th district, N. C. F. W. C., re
cently attended a meeting of the
Swan Quarter Woman's club.
Mrs. J. W. Parker spent the week
end in Snow Hill with relatives and
attended the installation of Eastern
Star officers, Friday night
Mrs. G. E. Modlin, who received
treatment in a Petersburg, Va., hos
pital and afterwards recuperated at
the home of her son in Petersburg,
has returned to her home here.
Mrs. J. I. Morgan, Mrs. F. M.
Davis, Sr., Mrs. W. A. Allen and
sob, Alex, Miss Elizabeth Davis and
Mies Edna Robinson spent the'week
end in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Wilson Cecil, her daughter,
Miss Dorothy, and Robert Windham,
of Washington, D. C., were the week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. W. G. Gurganus returned
home Sunday after spending the
winter in Norfolk, Va., with her
daughters, Mrs. Roy Gray and Mrs.
A. G. Roughton.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lawler and fam
ily, Mrs. Roy Gray and Mrs. A. G.
Roughton, of Norfolk, Va., visited
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Spivey and Mrs.
Myrtle Roebuck, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Perkins and
daughter, Joy, of Stokes, and Mrs.
E. L. Roebuck and son, Kent, of
Farmville and Hamilton, visited Mrs.
Myrtle Roebuck, Sunday.
Miss Grace Whiteburat and Miss
Virginia Ussle, of the Vocal school
faculty, spent the week end at their
respective homes in Conetoe and
Mrs. Elsie L. Montgomery return
ed to her home in Shelbyville, Ky.,
Tuesday, after a three and a half
months' visit to her daughter, Mrs.
R E. Pickett
Friends will regret to learn that
Mm H. M. Wilson, of Dublin, Va.,
formerly of Farmville, is in the
Lasris Gale hospital, Roanoke, Va*
where she will ui'sisigo an operation.
Mrs. Frank M. Adams, of Norfolk,
Va* and Mm Robert E. Lloyd, of
r, 111., and Norfolk, are visit
tdams' grandmother, Mm
H. H. Bradham and Dick Harris
En sad Elaine Tompkins, ot
Vs., an visiting th.
lb. and lCra. J. W
R. a Maddrey and Mrs. G
of Charlotte, spent
, with Mr. and Mrs. R. T
to Mr. and
Monday, April 21
8:?l p. m.'?Episcopal Auxiliary
meets with Mrs. Jade Lewis
3:80 P- m.?Circle 5, Methodist,
meets with Mrs. Lynn Eason.
7:00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
7:80 p. m.?Y. W. A., Baptist,
meets with Mrs. Bill Hardy.
2:80 p. m.?Seven Pines Home
Demonstration Club meets with
Mrs. W. E. Watson.
8:45 p. m.?Merry Matrons meet
with Mrs. J. H. Darden.
7:00 p. m.?Rotary.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
8:00 p. m.?Community Planning
8:00 p. m.?Girl Scouts, Troop 1,
meet in Agriculture building.
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. R. C.
3:30 p. m.?Brownies.
3:00 p. m.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. Leslie Smith.
3:00 p. m.?P. T. A.
7:30 p. m.?Burnette-Ronse Post,
V. F. W., meets in Red ilen's
7:30 p. m.?Masons.
3:15 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Eli Joyner, Jr.
7:00 p. m.?Chamber of Commerce
banquet in lunchroom.
8:00 p. m.?Loyal Woman's Class,
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
Mrs. Myrtle Roebuck and Mrs. W.
G. Gurganus visited Mrs. Roebuck's
?son, E. L., who is a patient in the
Veterans' hospital, Fayetteville, Wed
nesday. They report Mr. Roebuck
as being much improved.
Mrs. Dellia Smith, Mrs. SAm Lewis
and daughter, Lctu Taylor, Ann Mor
gan, Mrs. Ed Nash Warren and son,
Bert, and Carl Blackwood attended
the North Carolina Symphony con
cert in Kinston, Wednesday. 1 ?
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ferguson and
children, of Taylorsville, were guests
of Mrs. J. M. Hobgood a few hours
Friday. Mrs. Ferguson served as
the only woman member of the 1947
North Carolina Senate.
Rev. and Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox, Mrs.
Howard Moye, Mrs. George Wind
ham, Mrs. Berry Taylor, Mrs. Ted
Albritton, Mrs. Jack Smith and Mrs.
F. A. Darden are attending the Mis
sionary Institute being held in the
Ayden Christian church, today.
Mrs. M. G. Brown, of Edenton and
Major and Mrs. A. Carter Lowell, of
Edenton, who attended a luncheon
and the Conger-Bond wedding in
Tarboro, Saturday, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Hor
Mrs. C. W. Morris and son, Wil
bert, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee
Jones spent Sunday with Mrs. Mor
ris' sister, Mrs. George Poole and
Mr. Poole, in Elizabeth City, and
with Mrs. Morris' mother, Mrs. J.
B. Humphries in Woodville.
Mrs. George W. Davis, Mrs. H. D.
Johnson, Mrs. Ben Lewis, Mrs. A. B.
Moore and Mrs. C. L. Beaman at
tended the Pitt-Beaufort County W.
M. U. meeting held in Bethel, Tues
day. Mrs. Johnson gave the after
Wyatt Tucker went to Fayette
ville, Thursday, where he is receiv
ing treatment in the Veterans'- hos
pital. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Tucker, Tammie Tucker, Mrs. A. B.
Moore and Mrs. L. E. Turnage, who
stopped off and spent the day in
In the presence of the immediate
families, Miss Hazel Ruth Blakely,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Leslie Blakely, of Meridian, Miss.,
and James Richard Jones, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jasper Ray Jones, of
Farmvilie, were united in marriage,
Sunday, April 6. The wedding took
place in Meridian in the home of
Rev. J. C. McQueen, Jr., who offi
ciated using the double ring cere
The bride wore a costume suit of
moss green with white accessories
and a ooraage of red roses.
The couple left after the ceremony
for a trip to New Orleans, La., and
the Gulf Coast, after which they
will make their home with the
groom's parents near Farmville.
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Jasper R. Jones, Fartiville;
Mr. and Mrs. BiUie Oglesby, Auburn,
Ala.; Mrs. Lewis Cherry Wilson,
Room prepared the paper dealing
with Youth and Muaic, which was a
ntinuation of the chapter's stud?
of all phases of youth.
Musk's use in the prevention of
crime can be shown by the record
of the Music -School Settlement in
the heart of New York's East side,
which in 1928 after a quarter of a
ntury's existence had newer had
one of its 80,000 pupils and former
students appear before a juvenile
court for delinquency. Time has not
changed that record. Mrs. Rouse
went on to note that in a surrey of
11 penal institutions only four were
found to have any musically trained
inmates. The program was inter
ned with vocal selections by
Miss Rosemary Holmee and piano
numbers by Donald Baucom. Mrs.
M. V. Jones was accompanist for
Miss Holmes. |
Reports from different committees
and from the treasurer were heard
in the business session presided over
by Mrs. T. C. Turnage, regent, who
also urged that as many members
las could attend the National Cong
ress during the week of May 19 in
Washingon, D. C:
devotional period was conduct
ed by the chaplain, Mrs. C. S. Eagles,
of Saratoga, who read Psalm 100, a
|poem, "God's Ways Are Strange,"
and concluded with a prayer-poem. |
"God of Our Fathers" was sung
[by the group to open the meeting
after which the Lord's Prayer and
the Pledge to the Flag were repeat
ed in unison.
The hostesses, Mrs. T. E. Hooker
and Miss Eunice McGee, both of
Greenvill, served iced cakes and ice
|cream, which carried out a color
scheme of green and white. Napkins
were in pastel shades.
|In carrying oat what the group
has learned about youth in its pro
gram studies, the members voted to
assist the Boy Scouts by making a
financial donation and in any other
ways possible. Mrs. Ellen Carroll
was appointed to take charge of this
?Two new members were voted into
|Jonquils, spjrea and ivy were used
on the colonial mantles and ar
rangements, of. violets and lilacs else
|Guests were Miss Holmes, her
mother, Mrs. E. W. Holmes, Donald
Baucom, his tnother, Mrs. 6. F. Bau
com, and Mrs. Bryant, of Saratoga.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
Mrs. Howard Moye was hostess to
the club, Tuesday afternoon, in her
home which was made more attrac
tive with arrangements of iris, spirea
The art chairman, Mrs. Mabrey
Pollard, who gave the program,
spoke' about the National Art Gal
lery in Washington, D. C., and art in
the home, after which she showed
copies of a number of well-known
paintings and told where they are
Mrs. C. H. Flanagan reported on
articles from the federation maga
zne which_dea!f with youth conser
vation as stressed by the Junior
Mrs. J. T. Nolen, presiding, open
ed the meeting with the" pledge and
closed it with collect. The president
stated that she had received a let
ter from a boy at a correctional
school, thanking the club for the
Sharing with members in the
pleasures of the afternoon were Mrs.
L. E. Turnsge, Jr., and Mrs. Aahby
Strawberry shortcake, nuts in in
dividual cups and coffee were served
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzhugh Lee Mc
Keel announce the birth of a daugh
ter, Sherry Diane, Wednesday, April
16, at the Williams-WinsWhd clinic,
Farmville. Mrs. McKeel is the form
er Miss Doris Heath.
The president, Min Elisabeth Da
vis, read a letter encouraging 'the
group to send a delegate to the Con
vention of Clubs at Wrightsville
Beach. Miss Annie Perkins was
elected aa delegate. The president
then briefly remarked on articles of
Interest from the Clubwoman, stress
ing the one on "The Youth Conser
Mrs. R. D. Rouse, program chair
man for the afternoon, then gave an
interesting account of the life of
Fira Benenson, who runs the Salon
de Couture, the custom dress shop
in Bonwit Teller. Although Miss
Benenson's shop exists only for the
wealthy women who are preoccupied
with their appearance, her fabulous
life, as expressed in her talents, is
one of interest to all womankind
and it is a privilege to peek into
her untidy, littered workroom for a
vision of feminine creations being
created; to hear Miss Benenson's
clever talk (sometimes in several
languages) across the dinner table;
or, to marvel at her interest and
strategy as she adroitly guides the
affairs of Russian and Polish re
fugees. She is married to Count Ja
nusz Illinski, a Pole, who went off
to war in 1939 and ia still in the
Polish army in Europe.
After adjournment, strawberry
shortcake, coffee and cheese straws
wefe served to the members.
Elizabeth Lawrence's book about
spring gardens was the subject of
the talk by Miss Tabitha DeViscon
ti at the Woman's club, Friday after
noon. Miss DeVisconti, who also pre
sided, discussed the cancer control
campaign, which begins April 21>
A memorial was read by Mrs. J.
M. Hobgood and a poem by Mrs. C.
H. Mozingo in memory of Mrs. Giles
Korriegay, who died recently; a com
mitte was also appointed to draw
Delegates chosen to represent the
club at the convention at Wrights
ville Beach, May 21-23, are Mrs. C.
W. Blackwood, Mrs. R. W. Rader and
Miss Mamie Davis. Excerpts from
the state and national magazines
were given by Mrs. W. Jesse Moye.
The home of Miss Mamie Davis
in which the meeting was held was
profusely decorated with hawthorn.
Mrs. R. W. Rader was co-hostess.
They served a salad course, sand
wiches, candy, cakes, ham rolls and,
coffee in the social hour.
Guests included Mrs. L. E. Wals
ton, Mrs. B. R1 Fields, Mrs. C. C.
Simpson, Mrs. J. M. Wheless, Sr.,
and Mrs. R. A. Fields.
Mrs. George Clifford Uzzle, of
Wilson Mills, announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Virginia
Clyde, to Edward S. Dixon, of Wil
son and Morehead, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Dixon,
of Farmville. The wedding will take
place June 7. Miss Uzzle is a mem
ber of the local 'primary school fa
Mrs. Callie M. Tyson announces
the engagement of her daughter,
Elsie, to Joel W. Moye, Jr., son of
Joel W. Moye, Sr., and the late Mrs.
Moye. The wedding will take place
in the Farmville Christian church,
May 1, at 8 o'clock in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Case, of Foun
tain, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Hazel, to Jacls Yel
verton, of Farmville, son of J. B.
Yelverton, of Fremont, and nephew
of the late Mrs. Nannie Y. lewis, of
Farmville. The wedding will take
place May 4 in the Fountain Presby
Practice on a play to be presented
after the closing of school was be
gun at the meeting of Troop 2,
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. T. Wil
liams, leader, was present
Yetffl fimfour Hallmark Cards to
?ton, Mm. J. M. Mewborn, Mm. John
Tugwell, Jr., Mm. Noah Bundy, Miss
Goldie Windham, Mm. Noah Allen,
Mm. Oscar Holloman and Mm. Jamas
Holloman represented the Farmville
and Carriway's Chapel Presbyterian
churches at either one or both of the
Albemarle Presbyterial sessions,
held in Tarboro, Tuesday and Wed
, v >>r.'a
Mm. Hobgood, president, presided
over the sessions. Mm. Baucom was
elected secretary of synod's educa
tional institutions, which automati
cally made 'her a member of the
execufive board. Mrs. Easley, who
is completing her second year as
Having u a special guest, Mr*.
Ashby Winstead, Mrs. C. S. Hotch
hostess to her bridge club,
P$My afternoon. Upon arrival, aa
sandwiches, cheese crackers,
candy and yellow colored
were served. During play
coca colas, peanuts and mints In
tiny pastel cellophane hats were
A color scheme of lavendar,
green and yellow was carried out in
the refreshments and the decorations
of pansies and daffodils.
Mrs. R. T. Williams scored high
for the afternoon. ,
Jeannie Parr, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Farr, celebrated her
with pink and
tioni, ice cream, nuta and
juice. Green platee and napkins
were used; the cake v bore Una
Mrs. Edison Moore assisted the
hostess' mother 1a serving-.
Mr. and Mn. J. H. Jones, of
Maury, announce' the marriage of
their daughter, Hazel Virginia, to
Thelbert H. Hart, sou of Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Hart, of Ayden, Sunday,
April . 6, in Wilson, lie couple ate
making their home near Ayden. Mrs.
Hart was employed by the Bank of
Farmvi lie before her marriage.
High School fiym - Farmville, N. C.
Hal Thurston and His
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