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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, May 09, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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Wed In Fountain Presbyterian Church ? ' ""Sift;1/ ; Miss Hazel Taylor Case, of Mr. and Mrs. Ctoon Edgar Oaas Fountain, and Jack Yelverton, son j J. B. Yelverton of Fremont nephew of the late Mm. Nannie Lewis of Fannvills, were united marriage, Sunday afternoon at o'clock |p the Fountain Presbyterian church. Rev. E. S. Coates, pastor of the Faramlle Presbyterian church, officiated using the double ring cere mony. Prior to the ceremony a program of nuptial music was rendered by Mrs. Haywood Smith at the organ and by Miss Rosemary Holmes, solo ist, both of Harmville. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white skinner's satin fashioned with sweetheart neckline, a snug-fitting bodice, long sleeves, which came to points over the wrists, and a full skirt with sweep train. Her finger tip veil of illusion fell frpm a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried a white prayer book centered with a white orchid and showered with lilies of the valley and white satin stream ers. Mrs. C. Edgar Case, Jr., matron of honor, was the bride's only attend ?? Her gown was of blue mar and she carried an arm bou of pink flowera. y J|B. P. Lewis, cousin of the bride groom, was beat man. Ushers were J. B. Yelverrtom, Jr., Durham, broth er of the bridegroom, William H. Yelverton, FVrmyille, cousin of the bridegroom, Henry T. Smith, Foun tain, couein of the bride, and Charlie asberry, Farmville. v Mrs. Case, mother of the bride, was attired in a navy crepe dress with navy accessories and wore a corsage of pink roses at her shoulder. Inrtnediately following the wed ding the couple left for a trip to unannounced points. For traveling the bride changed to an aqua crepe draaa with black accessories. Her cor sage was the orchid from her prayer book. Mrs. Yelverton is a graduate of Fountain high school, attended Louis burg college, and has been employed in Farmville for the past year and a half Mr. Yelverton is a graduate of Farmville high school and served in the armed forces during the re cent war. Prior to entering service, he attended Lincoln Aeronautical AIR RACES I STUNT FLYING ?$1,000 IN CASH PRIZES TO PARTICIPANTS? Plus Radio Combination, Flying: Course and Cash Prizes To Spectators NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL AIR SHOW MUNICIPAL AIR PORT WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA SUNDAY, MAY 11,1947?1:30 P. M. ARMY. NAVY AND MARINE PLANES Sponsored by the Wilson Jr. Chamber of Commerce and the North.Carolina CAP 5 ? NEW SHIPMENT OF ? ? * ' .?? . '* ?? J' 3* T' ?, * v \ Bemis Transplanters AND MKTS FOR REPAIRS JUST RECEIVED AND ARE AVAILABLE NOW. SEE US BFORE YOU BUY. FARMHLLE IMPLEMENT CO. FAEMVILLE, N. C. Allen Implement Co. GREENVILLE, N. C. v - ***: j She's your "Moms"?thinking of you every minute of every day?planning, hoping and praying for your happiness. OilHer Day, May 11, honor her and make her happy with beautiful flowers?a gift of love and deep devotion. Cut i J of Fountain, patty and a few : at a cake-cutting at the home of the Misses Smiths. The dining table bore a center piece of white snapdragons and cat nations and was covered with a handmade cutwork cloth. After the bride and groom cut the first slice, the cake was served by Mrs.-H. T. Smith, of Greenville. Mrs. Ellen L. Carroll, of Farmville, i ice cream at the dther end of the table. Among the out-of-town guests at-v tending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. James T. Lewis, Washington, D. C.J Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Crawford, and family. Hot Springs, Ark.; Miss Mary Elian Yelverton, Norfolk, Va.; Miss Jessie Rose Yelverton, Clarence Peacock and Mrs. Ethel Peacock, Goldsboro; J. B. Yelverton, Sr., Fre mont; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Yelverton, Jr., Durham; Franklin Bryant, Rich mond, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith and Mrs. Hattie Randolph, Green ville. Excellent Fishing Off Carteret, Say Anglers Morehead City, May 8?Sports fisherman who have been making ex cellent catches of bottom fishes such as trout, sea mullet, sheepshead,tsea bass and hog fish during the past months in the bays and sounds of the Carteret Coast went to sea last week to try their luck with " the sur face varieties. The surface fish, that is the species which are caught by trolling methods include bluefiah, Spanish makerel, bonita and cero. One party from Roxboro landed two blues while trolling and thus the trolling season got underway. There only remains the Gulf Stream fish ing season to open, and that is ex pected by mid-May. Then the big game spedes Will be caught, fast dolphin, heavy amberjack and sail fish. The latter are caught with trolling rigs. First gams fish of the season to be taken In coastal waters this year were channel bass and the first catches were made by a group of anglers fishing at Drum Inlet on Easter Monday. Since then, hund reds of the spedes have been reeled in by surfacecasters. J. R. LITTLE BURIED IN FARMVILLE SUNDAY Funeral services for J. R. Little, 61, who died of a heart attack at his home near Falkland, Saturday morn ing at 10 o'clock, were held at the home Sunday afternoon. Rev. L. B. Manning, Free Will Baptist minister of Efcrmville, officiated. Burial was in the Farmville cemetery. , > Mr. Little spent most of his life in the Falkland and Fountain com munities and was a farmer. He was a member of the King's Cross Roads Free Will Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Elks little; four sans, R. A. little, Gus Little and Tom Little, all of Fountain, and Lyman little of Mac clesfield; four daughters, Mrs. Wiley Thome of Greenville, Mrs. Bud Bass of Walstonburg, Mps. Jimmy Norville of Fountain and Ella'Mae little of the home; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, J. H. of near Brace and Benny Little of near Falkland; and one sister, Mrs. J. E. Meeks of near Bruce.' WANTED: At* Wat king Product# in Farmville. Es tablished basinets bring. <45 week-| ly ?*w*w I No investment. Wi My ,"-?*>?? ...... . _ t_t * i? *-?-? RADIO BATTERIES ? We have ? good stock?Come fa and get one] today. WESTERN AUTO AS SOCIATE STORE. KREE?<189 washing display at GARNER'S win be given sway by Seven Pines Home Demon stration Club, May 17. You do not have to be present to win. ?-2p FOR SALE: 5 cords split oak wood. $12 per cord. J. L Toler, Rt. I, Farm ville. ' FOR SALE?Dahlia bulbs. Mrs. E F. Gaynor. Phone 27&1. ^ , Ale FOR SALE: Ditham for Tobacco blue mold. K I* LANG, FarmviBe. TeL 4101. V ; : 25-Sc JUST RECEIVED ? Shipment of Boys' and Girls' BICYCLES ? | Western Auto Associate Store. FOR SALE?Lot on Church Street See WALTER STOCKS, Farmville, Route 1. 2-2p ANTED: CORN.' <1.60 per bushel in shuck or shelled. Price subject to change without notice. ? B. L. Lang, Farmville, N. C, Phone 410-1. <M-7-tf)| JUST RECEIVED ? Big Order of VIGORO, Pruning Shears ft Hedge Shears Western Auto Associate Store, Farmville, N. C. WANTED?To buy dean fertiliser bags. Any quantity. B. L. Lang,I Farmville, N. C. M2-tf JUST RECEIVED NICE LOT OF SEAT COVERS ? Can fit most ears. WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE TIRES?TIRES?JUST RECEIVER A Big Shipment ot DAVIS TIRES and they still carry an dneandltio si Guarantee far 18 months. G Our Prices before you buy. Liberal | allowance for your old tiree. WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE FOR SALE?One largo electric six drawer cash register, also one small one, one Burroughs adding machine. Heath's Grocery and Market East Wilson St, Farmville, N, C. 2-2p| JMATO PLANTS?Certified Rnt [ers and Pritchard or Scarlet TOp ter. Both wilt-resistant. 25c per toseh. See or call Charles Town? end. 2.2p|j "Kvl B SURE TO TUNE IN OK W-P-T-F Svery Sunday Morning from 19M s ilrfW, and hear about all ,the new faventiesn and when they may be,, expected en the market falmmfa-f to please.?Western Auto Associate I gted with songs that are guaranteed j STRAW HATS -Newest Styles M ... BBiWWI - Known For Their Service And Style ? '? m - of- * &&S lH* mm Mayor Henry T. I Km, president of the League of nounced the to the sultant available pal problemd. W_,., Norfolk, Va. He was educated in the Raleigh schools and the Univer sity of North 1 1942 with a B. A. degree in political science. He entered the Amy in January oif 194# and served in the Pacific With the combat and infantry. He left service as a lieutenant. He succeeds Guy Whit man, who left the League to enter privacy business. RALEIGH RADIO STATION PRESENTS YOUTH PROGIUM ... u . . "4. In connection with National Youth Week, Station WPTP inaugurated a new teen-age series, "Youth Takes a Stand," last Saturday morning. The program will be broadcast each Sat urday morning at 10 o'clock. The first group of programs is dealing with "Youth Looks at Itself," with the participants discussing youth's position in the community, in the home, in the school, in .the church, and in business. Participants on the programs will include a high school boy and girl, a Boy Scout, a Y-Teen, a boy and girl in church work, and a farm boy and girl. The programs are designed to at tack the teen-age problems in a positive manner. It is a public ser vice feature and has been endorsed by J. Edgar Hoover, FBI director. Pat heard his wife was unfaith ful while he was in the. Amy. When he came home he stormed in and shouted: "Were you out with Calla han?* ' ? % She; "No." He; "With Flannigan?" She; "No." He: "With Finnegan?" She: "No." He;' "OToole?" . ? She: %o." ? ^ |S He: "Oh, so none of my friends were good enough for you, huh?" <5 fa VIRI?TMN MMUOtK ? Exqui ? tile in 14 ki. gold . . $62.30 Pricm Udui. Ftitrml Ttx I:- ? ' ..for her-never tnj acvouon ? ? ? lor iu?t being "Mother". . J c * . -w ?how your lore and gratitude with a beautiful Gruen, The Precision Watch, a gift that remains a joy for a lifetime?and reminds her again abd again that you too think of her and appreciate all she has done for you. v. ?? ? - i ? spte?1 ' -v" H '' TH J. M. CARRAWAY, -Manager 479-7 fJT North Main St. % Farmvftie, N. C. : TS ADVERTISE IN THE ENTERPRISE ? 1' ?? : V ? . iM* VA OPENINGDA1: ? * ? -? mag i -3

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