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Ed Nash Warren is on the sick list
? Miss Rosemary Holmes is visiting
friends near Tuxedo.
Mr.'and Mia. L. E. Turnage, Jr.,
moved to Greenville Saturday.
E. C .Carr, Jr., of Newport News,
Vs., will spend the week end here.
Mrs. T. H. Nichols is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Lowell tiles, in Ra
Mia. C. L. Langley and Mrs.1
Chirles S. Edwards spent Monday in
Mrs. John B. Wright, Jr., and son
of Wilson spent Sunday with Mrs. G.
Mrs. Serene Moore of Lumberfon
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. C.
Mys. O. G. Spell is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Martha Copeland, at
Eagle Springs. ? *
Mr. and Mia. Gibson Perry of
Edenton visited Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Norville, Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mizelle left
Saturday to spend their vacation at
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Joyner and
son, John Russell, are spending a few
days at Morehead.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Drake and
daughter, Nancy Etta, visited rela
tves in Windsor, Sunday.
Fay Allen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bonnie Allep, has been confined
to her home with mumps.
Mr. and Mm W. C. Harrell and
son, Bill, spent the week end in
Richmond, Va., with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Murray of
Atlanta, Ga., arrived Saturday for a
visit to Mrs. Dora H. Keel.
Bill Pollard, student at the Univer
sity of North Carolina, will spend
the week end at his home here.
Miss Ida Cowan and Mrs. D. C.
Mitchell of Durham are the guests of
their sister, Mrs. J. H. Harden.
Mrs. W. R. Willis returned last
week from Duke hospital, Durham,
where she underwent treatment.
Mrs. H. W. Harrell of Richmond,
Va., is visiting her son, W. C. Har
rell, and Mm Harrell this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith of Roa
noke Rapids spent the week end with
Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. W. H.
Mrs. LeRoy Rollins, Mrs. W. J.
Rollins and Mrs. B. R. Fields visited
friends near Pactolus, Tuesday after
Mrs. W. J. Rollins, Mrs. Robert
Fields arid son, "Chip," and Mrs. B.
R. Fields were Greenville visitors,
Leo T. Norville has returned to
his home in Chicago, 111., after a visit
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russell and
children spent Sunday in Colerain
with Mrs. W. R. Sessoms, Mrs. Rus
Mrs. James Coughlin left Monday
for her home in Detroit, Mich., after
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Willis.
Mrs. T. M. Dail continues ill at
Pitt General hospital, Greenville,
where she has been a patient for
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mitchell, Jr.,
and daughter, Madeline Harrison, of
Kinston spent Sunday with Mrs.
Dora H. Keel.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herring of
Kinston were the week end guests of
Mrs. Fred Smith,
the summer here.
Robert Pollard left Wednesday to
attend the graduation of his cousin,
Miss Janet Hoiloman, from Mount
Olive high sehooL
Mrs. Preston Pate and daughter,
Hilda, of 1st Grange Bj>eut thfweek
end with Mrs. Pate's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Joyner.
V. L. Baraette and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Williams and daughter, Ann,
of Rocky Mount, visited Mr. and
Mrs. a A. Joyner, .Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frod Carr attended
th* graduation of their daughter,
Mary Elizabeth, from Louis
3:30 p. m.?Episcopal Auxiliary
meets with Mrs. T,
7:30 p. m.?Y. W, A., Baptist,
meets with Mrs. J. G Brock, Jr.
7:00 p. m.?Rotary.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scoots.
8:00 p. m.?Annie Perkins Circle,
Baptist, meets in the church
with Miss Annie Perkins and
Mrs. Dewey Nichols as hostess-'
3:30 p. m.?Literary Club meets
with Mrs. Haywood Smith.
3:00 p. m.?An Fait Club meets
with Mrs. David Harris.
7:30 p. m.?Junior Order.
3:30 p. m.?Rebecca Winbome
chapter, U. ,D. G
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
3:80 p. m.?Carraway's Chapel
Circle meets with Mrs. J. E.
9:00 p. m.?Dance Club meets with
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Gregg, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Harris and
Charles Quineriy as hosts at the
Mrs. Louise Harris, her house
guest, Mrs. Mae Moore, of Payette
vile, and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Harris
and daughter, Dail,' spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Watkina ' of
Atlanta, Ga., who are houseguests of
Mrs. Helen Horton, are spending a
few days at Cape Hatteras and Roa
Ernest N. Petteway left for lake
View, S. C., Wednesday to accom
pany Mrs. Petteway and their small
son home. Mrs. Petteway has been
visiting her parents.
Mrs. Harry M. Rouse of Hopewell,
Va., her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy
Booth, and granddaughter, Frances
Friar Booth, of Denver, Colo., spent
Thursday here with relatives.
Mrs. Mildred Galloway and daugh
ter, Lois, of Fountain and their
houseguest, Miss Carrie Norville, of
Philadelphia, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Norville, Saturday.
Mrs. John D. Dixon and Mrs.
Henrietta Williamson attended a
bridge party in Greenville yesterday
given by Mrs. John Clark in honor of
Mi? Virginia Uszle, bride-elect.
Mrs. C. W. Morris and son, Wil
bert, and daughter, Mrs. Ernest Lee
Jones, are leaving today for Nag's
Head ,t? visit Mrs. Morris' sister,
Mrs. George Pool, at her cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Joyner and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Walston spent
a few days of lastAveek in Asheville
attending the Grand Couhcil meet
ing of the Red Men and Pocahontas.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rouse left
yesterday to attend the graduation
of their son, Harold, from Oak Ridge
Military Institute. Harold will re
turn with them to spend the sum
Mrs Frank Davis, Jr., and Charles
Quineriy are leaving Saturday to at
tend the graduation exercises at
Salem college, Winston-Salem. Miss
Agnea Quineriy will be among the
I graduates. - > ?
Mr. and Mrs. W. Carleton Muse of
Capon Bridge, W. Va., are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. S .Hobgood. Mrs.
Hobgood and her guests spent Tues
day afternoon in Rocky Mount with
Mrs. Cart Putnam and children.
and Mrs. David !
I ad a bridge party given
last Thursday ifteraoom by
I A. Fountain, Sr.,
| rto and Mrs. Earl
| tended the North
Carolina Postmasters' convention m
I Columbia, a C., Friday-Sunday. Mrs.
I Johnson and daughter, Henri Pearl,
accompanied him and are visiting the
former's mother, Mrs. A. C. Sanders.
Miss Mamie Davis went with them
and is visiting Mrs. Robert Cockerell. I
I girl scoots art ? SmiM
FORMAL DANCE TUESDAY
Members of Troop 2, Girl Scouts, I
I were hostesses at a formal card I
dance at the Country club, Tuesday)
[evening. A color scheme of green]
id ytUow was carried out in the |
| decorations of roses. '
Punch, cookies, nuts and pkUesI
Jessie Mac Carraway and Robert |
Pollard, who were winners of a dance |
contest, led the Grand March .
Committees in charge of prepara
tions for it were: refreshment, I
Louise Lovett and Videau Joyner;
decoration, Carolyn Roebuck ? and
Shirley Newton; music, Jean Cayton I
and Jessie Mae Carraway; card, Dot-1
dee Jones, Marcia Forbes and Bar- [
Mrs. R. T. Williams and Mrs. Wal-|
ter B. Jones were chape rones.
HAS SILVER ANNIVERSARY |
The twenty-fifth birthday of the]
I Presbyterian Auxiliary was obser-l
ved lure Monday with Mrs. Cherry
Easley giving the program on that |
topic. The president, Mrs. John M.
Mewborn, read Acts 17:22-31. A love]
offering for .foreign mission work |
| was taken.
Plana were discussed for the Vaca
1 tion Bible school. Mrs. C. F. Bau
| com conducted the. prayer band.
The meeting was held in the home I
| of Mrs. J. M. Hobgood. Refresh-1
menta of punch, cookies and nuts]
| were served in the dining room after]
Rev. E. S. Coates, Mrs. Ben Carra-1
[way, Mrs. A. C. Carre way, Miss]
| Virginia Dare Carraway, Mrs. Rob-]
1 ert Allen, Miss Mavis Holloman and |
Miss Sarah Bundy were special
guests and Miss Annie Perkins was a]
| JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB HOLDS
- FINAL MEETING TIL SEPT. I
Mrs, W. Jesse Moye announced at]
I the Junior Woman's club meeting,]
Tuesday evening, that the club re-]
ceived three awards?the Louellen
Willi&ms Robinson bowl "for the most
| outstanding project, an honor roll
I certificate and second place for its
I scrapbook?at the state convention at]
Wrightsville Beach. She also gave a]
I report on the convention.
The outgoing president Mrs. J. T.j
I Nolen, expressed regret that a num
ber of the members would leave the I
group this year, after which she was [
presented with a gift by Mrs. Moye
on behalf of the club for her services
as president Mrs. George Farr, who
compiled the most service points, was
presented a gift by Mrs. Mabry Pol-I
The gavel was turned over to Mrs.l
IW. C. Garner, new president, who be
gins her official duties when club
[meetings are resumed in September.
The hostesses, Mrs. J. R. Harris
[and Mrs. Allen Drake, served bloc!',
ice cream, angel food cake and salted
nuts. Larkspurs and sweet peas were
used in decorating the Drake home|
whre the meeting was held.
, at the home of one
! their members, Ann Morgan, and
r, Mrs. Irvin Morgan, Jr.
BOOK AND BRIDGE CLUB
The Book and Bridge club
frprtnfnad by Mr*. T. S. Ryon, Friday
in her home which
Irvin Morgan, Jr., who scored
for the afternoon, also received
the book award for compiling the
highest score during the month. M
R. T. Williams was second high 1
A special guest was Mrs. R.
The hostess served London mist]
brownies, mints and nuts. Coca colas
were passed during play.
jr WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
Mrs. Ben Lang was hostess to her
bridge club at the home it Mrs. G.
M. Holden, Wednesday afternoon.
Peach shortcake topped with cream
and ice tea were served upon arrival.
Coca colas were passed during the
games. :.K ?' j, - ;?
Mrs. Bob Fiser won the high score
prise, a costume pin, and the bingo
prise, a fan. The low award, a
flower container, Was given to Mrs.
Robert Lee Smith.
Late' spring flowers were used In]
Mrs. B. O. Turaage was hostess to
the Merry Matrons, Tuesday after
noon, in her home w^ich was de
corated with larkspurs, magnolias
After a short business session pre
sided over by the vice president, Mrs.
J. M. Hobgood, Mrs. Cherry Easley
presented the program for Mrs. G.
M. Holden. Hie life of Grace Noel]
Crowell was discussed by Mrs. Eas
ley, who also read a number of her
Mrs. E. S. Coates, Mrs. E. R.|
Clegg, Mrs. E. C. Beaman, Mrs. F.
M. Davis, Sr., Mrs Nannie Hoye
Humphrey, Mrs. R. 0. Lang,-Sr., and
Mrs. Easley were welcomed as
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing a salad plate by Mrs. A. W. Bob
Featuring the May meeting of the
Garden ctab, Monday afternoon, war
a talk about the "Growth and Care
of Flowers" by Miss Bettie Joyner
and a description of Dr. D. J. Rose's
rose garden m Goldsboro by Miss
Winnie Harper, a guest.
Mrs. J. A. Mewborn, hostess,
used roses and potted plants in her
home. Cookies, nuts and punch were
served in the social hour to the mem
bers and guests, Mrs. George Ed
wards and Miss Winnie Harper, both
of Snow Hill.
The following invitations have
been received here: ''Mrs. George
Clifford Uzzle requests the honour of
your presence at the marriage of her
daughter, Virginia Clyde, to Mr. Ed
ward Smith Dixon, on Saturday, the
seventh of June, at half after seven
o'clock, in the evening, Wilson's Mills
Christian:; Church, Wilson's Mills,
North Carolina." < r
MRS. ALLEN DRAKE ENTER
TAINS AU FAIT CLUB I
Mrs. Allen Drake entertained the
Au Fait club at her home on Home
avenue, Thursday afternoon, having
as special guests, Mrs. Joseph D.
Joyner and Mrs. Jack McDavid of
Nashville, Term., who is visiting |
Upon arrival guests were served |
vanilla ice cream topped with straw
beries, individual cakes and mints.
Mrs. Lanier Donnell was awarded
bath towels as high score prize and
Mrs. Carroll Oglesby received the
consolation, diah towels.
Roses and sweet peas made an at
tractive setting for the games.
Invitations reading as follows have |
been received here:
"Dr. and Mrs. Charles Randolph
Hughes request the honour of your
presence at the marriage of their
daughter, Patricia Lee, to Mr. Har
vey William Turnage, Jr., on Friday,
of June, at four o'clock
the afternoon, Bland Street Meth
dist Church, BhiefieM, West Vir
immediately after the ceremony,
Btuefield Country Oub. K. S. V. P.,
| bert Pollard and
of Farm villa, wei
evening at 6:80
fetal Lupo, e
Mrs. Hugh 3. _
tew of the bride,
Love Thee," by Grieg,
Mot to Leave Thee" and "The Lor
Prayer." Iitrt ;
played during the
traditional wedding I
n8?d. . V.
The bride, given in marriage
her brother, Carey Williamson
Cachern of Winston-Salem, wore
gown fashioned with close fitting |
bodice of Chantilly
which ended to points over the wrists
and a fall white satin skirt which- ex
tended into a train. Her fingertip
veil of illusion fell from? cornet
She carried a bouquet of bride's
rosea centered with a purple orchid.
Mrs. Rudolph Carl Be man, Jr., of
Greensboro, was matron of honor.
She wore a melon taffeta gown and
a matching headdress. Her bouquet
was sweet peas and noaw ?
Kermit R. Lamm Of Wilson whs
best man. Ushers were Hugh S. rfc
Cachern of Winston-Salem, brother
of, the bride, John O. Pollard of
Fannville, brother of the groom,
Billy McCachern of Winston-Salem,
nephew of the bride, and James L.
Beall of Sanatorium.
' The bride's mother was attired in
a black silk dress trimmed with
white. She wore an orchid at her
Following the ceremony, the couple
left for a wedding trip to Canada.
On their return they will be at home
in Fannville. r
Mrs. Pollard attended Salem Col
lege and received her B .8. degree in
music from the* Woman's College of
UNC. Prior to her marriage she was
a member of the music faculty of the
New Hanover County schools, Wil
Mr. Pollard attended the Univer
sity of North Caroina and graduated
from> Eastman Business College,
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. He is secretary
to the fetrmville OB and Fertilizer
? Mrs. Samuel W. McCachern, moth
er of the bride, was hostess Friday I
evening after the rehearsal at a[
cake-cutting at the Woman's Club.
The bride was extended a number
of social courtesies prior to her mar
riage by friends in Linwood, Winston
Salem and Lexington.
? ' Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Liles of Ra
leigh, formerly <?t Fannville, an
nounce the birth of a spn, Loweil
Fulgbum, Jr., Saturday, May 17, at
Rex hospital, Raleigh. Mrs. Utes is
the former Miss Marjorie Nichols of
NOT? OF THAI
? I wish to express my
for the many kindnesses shown
the cards and other ret
which I received. *fi*ng
Dr. R. T.
WALTER W. HEDGEPETH
f IfMs , ?
Cgb ? JUconM Mwfe
PHI ICO 200. Utmo? per.
FarmviUe Furniture Co.
(FASHION SHOP FOR THE HOME)
FARMVILLE, N. C.
BIRD CLUB NOTES
Chandler Cox roaMUr^KWit^jAW
the "Progressive Farmer" entitled
"June la Bird Month," which stated
that June is the crttical month for
young bird life.
Chandler also read articles deal
ing wtth "How to Feed Dogs" and
"Why Birds Moult," taken from the
Howard Why Library at thsHLrd
club meeting, SafatrdUy morr*T*.
EDWARD F. TUCKER, 72,
SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS
Edward Franklin Tucker, 72, de
puty clerk of Superior Court in Pitt
county for many years, died in Pitt
General hospital at 12:16 Sunday
morning after having Keen critically
ill for-the past three weeks and in
failing health for two years.
at the S. G Willi
eral Home at 8 c
neon by Rev. J. A.
ed by Rev. R. W. 'i
of the Jkrvia
284, had charge of the service at
the grave. .
ville, and Wyatt Tucker of Farm
ville, and four sisters, Mrs. Aim A.
Tripp of Ayden, Mrs. Melissa Byid T
of La Grange, Mrs. Piattie Worthing -
ton of Winterrille and Mrs. ]
Buck of Hertford.
INDUSTRIAL SUGAR USERS
MAT GET INCREASED QUOTAS
Atlanta, Ga., May 29?An indus
trial sugar user, under new hardship
adjustment regulations Established
by the Sugar Rationing Administra
tion, may Apply for an upward ad
justment if his present sugar base is
less than a base calculated on April
20, 1942, production figures, A. D.
Simpson, Jr., regional Sugar execu
tive said today.
The regulations, effective May 21,
also permit sugar base
from any person using
taining products in the
of other prod nets between January 1,
1941, and April 20, 1942. In such 1
cases, Simpson explained,, uk, amount
of sugar in the sugar-containing pro
ducts must have been less than the
sugar base computed on the basig of
the capacity of the plant as of April
In addition, any transferee may
now apply tor an adjustment in his
sugar ration base. Simpson said that
under the old regulations, hardship
adjustments in sugar bases wunM not
" transferees unless, among
the transfer was
through inheritance, or
interest prior to the
producers of jama, Jel
lies, preserves, marmalades, or
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