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WiHiford is visiting in
Stanton sburg. _ , . .
W. A. MeAdams was a Raleigh
visitor, umi'iwj ?
Nancy Jans Carroll is visiting
Miss Nancy Lewis is visiting rela
tives in Washington, D. C.
Mr ,lw* Mrs. John Dwight Holmes
of Raleigh spent Saturday here.*
Mrs. Ben Lang and daughter, Noel,
ate visiting relatives in Plymouth
Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. E. C.
Carr wil spent Friday in Ahostae.
Mrs, Dunbar Lamar toft Monday to
visit relatives at Beach Island. S. C.
Bill Humphrey of New Bern is vi
siting his brother, H. B. Humphrey.
Mrs. G. R. Smith returned from a
visit to relatives in Sparta, Wednes
d&y -v ??
Mrs. J. F. Hart left Sunday for a
visit to relatives in Virginia and New
-Mrs. Lonnie Pierce, Jr., rormerly
of Tarboro, is now making her home
Little Julie Reid Jones is ill at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Janes, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnston of
Durham spent Saturday with Mrs.
W. C. Murray returned to Atlanta,
Ga., Sunday after a visit to Mrs.
Dora H. Keel.
Mrs. Herbert E. Hart And son and
Mrs. G. Ale* Rouse were Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. HaroM S. Askew
and family of Wilson spent Monday
with relatives here.
Mrs. R. A. Haialip of Hassell spent
Thursday with her brother, Rev. Z.
B. T. Cox, and Mia. Cox.
Martha Holmea is visiting her
grandparents, Mr. and,Mrs. M. C.
Todd, in Wendell this week.
Mrs. Ted L. Albritton and children,
Harry and Theodora, are spending
some time at Caswell Beach.
Jimmy Pollard left the latter part
4f the week to visit his aunt, Mrs.
Floyd Andrews, in Mount Olive.
Will Jones, III, is the guest of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Jones, in Macclesfield, this week.
Miss Jean Beckman will leave dur
ing the week end to attend sunimer
school at Meredith college, Raleigh.
tdward Beckman returned Thurs
day from Oak Ridge Military Insti
tute and will spend the summer here.
Maynard Thome, Jr., and James
Thome have returned from a visit to
relatives at Vero Beach and Sgnford,
Mrs. Ellen L. Carroll spent a fbw
days with her iister, Mrs. L. O.
Crawford, in Hot Springs, Ark? this
weila Sk .
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Morrison and
childen of Sandstom, Va., spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W,
Mrs. Ed Owens and son, Ed, Jr., oi
Raleigh are spending a week with
Mrs. Mary Russell, Mrs. Owene's
'"lhT David Golin returned to her
home in Richmond, Va., Wednesday,
after a visit to her sister, Mrs. C. L.
Mm J. W. Hardy returned, last
irsday from a visit to relative
in Bandston and Rich
1. B. T. Cox and children,
and Chandler, are leaving today
end some time with relatives in
t Point, Va.
[isses Marjorie Cash and Louise
ra are leaving Monday to attend
Young People's assembly at
^SETWm. Stansill md
ghters, Misses Wilma and Janet,
Wednesday for a visit to rela
? in Rockingham.
Irs. E. C. Carr and son, Charles,
,?u.~ Sunday, to attend the
of mil Carr from tHate
AUce'lPreuter left Saturday
iMJto'- " _
4:00 p. m.?Circle 4, Methodist
meets with Mis. E. L. Barrett
at the home of Mm C. C.
7:00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
8:00 p. m.?Circle 2,
meets with Mrs. Glenn, Ne
8:00 p. m.?Wesleyan Guild, 1
odist, meets with Mrs. Allen M.
3:48 p. m.?Merry Matrons club
meets at the home of Mrs. G.
7:00 p. m.?Rotary.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
8:30 p. m.?Altar Guild, Episco
pal, meets with Mrs. C. 8, Ed
3:00 p. m.?New Deal club meets
with Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
club meets with Mrs. R. V. Ris
2:30 p. m.?Farmville Home De
monstration club meets with
Mrs. Lula Forbes and Mrs. Her
man Baker, as hostesses, in the
3:30 p. m.?Presbyterian Juniors.
7:30 p. tr.?Masons.
7:30 p. m.?Burnette-Rouse post,
V. F. W.
3:15 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Eli Joyner, Jr.
3:30 p. m.?Woman's Chib.
10:00 a, m.?Bird Club.
3:00 p. m.?Major Benjamin May
chapter, D. A. R., meets with
Mrs. Henrietta M. Williamson
and Mrs. C. S. Eagles of Sara
toga, as hostesses, in the chap
Mrs. Allen Drake, Miss Jen Essey
and Miss Hazel Spell attended the
alumnae luncheon and the 75th an
niversary celebration at Peace col
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horton
Rountree and daughter, Cathie, of
Chapel Hill, arrived Wednesday for a
Ivisit of several days with Mrs. Dora
Mrs. R. L. Matthews, Mrs. Ray
mond Owens And Mrs. Lillie Worth
ington spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Worthington near
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood and Mrs.
Charles F. Baucom are leaving to
day to attend the Presbyterian Syno
dical Training school at Peace col
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen and daugh
ter, Connie, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Parker and family in Norfolk, Va.,
last week end.
Mrs. Lucy Rumley returned to
Washington, D. C., Sunday after
spending several days with her
mother, Mrs. Pearl Johnston, ana
Mrs. John D. Dixon and Mrs.
Louise Harris attended a luncheon
given by firs. Cecil Hixon in Wilson,
Thursday, honoring Miss Virginia
Misses Margaret Tyson and John
sie Moore are leaving Sunday, after
a short vacation at their homes here,
to attend summer school at W. C. U.
N. C., Greensboro.
Misses Betsy Jones, Ann Moore
land Joyce Tyson and Cedric Davis
|will leave during the week end to at
il at Campbell col
Jones and Daphne
Yelverom and Harold Rouse
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., Sun D.
iy, superintendent; morning wor
sbip and communion, 11 i. m.; mb
ject, "Discipleship;" youth fellow
ship, 7 p. m.;* evening worship' and
baptismal service, 8 p. m.
The Bell Arthur church will wor
ship with the local church for the
evening service. After the se
Bell Arthur church will
" * service.
BIRTH - ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Lentis Lewis, of near
Fountain, announce the birth of a
daughter, Mary Louise, at Edge
combe General hospital,
June 3. Mrs. Lewis is the former
Miss Mary Parker.
Miss Allie Laura Walston, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Walston
of Farraville, route 1, and Unwood
Earl Oakley, son of Mr. and Mm.
T. B. Oakley of Farmvilie were mar
ried Wednesday, May 21, in an even
ing ceremony at the home of Mr. and
Mrs, Robert Oakley of Fountain.
Rev. L. B. Manning officiated.
The following invitationg have been
received here this week:
"Mr. and Mm. Thomas Frank Crab
tree request the honour of your pres
ence at the marriage of their daugh
ter, Cara Lee, to Mr. Albert Q. Roe
buck, Jr., on Saturday, the fourteenth
of June, at eight o'clock in the evto
ing, New Sharon Methodist Church,
Hillsboro, North Carolina."
Mr. and Mm. Cleve Westbrooks.
Jr., are leaving today to accompany
the latteris nephew, Jimmy Anglim,
who has been visiting them for a
month, to his home in New Yoric
Rev. and Mm. E. a Coates and
son and Mr. and Mm. Edwin Maasen
gill of Raleigh attended the gradua
tion of Miss Margaret Coates from
E. C. T. C., Greenville, Monday
1 Mm. W. C. Murray and daughter,
Mm. Frank M. Adams, who have
been visiting Mm. Dora H. Keel, left
for Norfolk, Va, Tuesday where Mrs.
Murray will spend a few days be.
fore leaving for Washington, D. (C.
Mrs. J. *4l Christman of Kington
and her house guest and granddaugh
ter, Miss Lula Penaon, visited friends
here Saturday. Miss Benson- re
cently graduated from the high
department of Prneland college,-' Sa
Mr. and Mm. H. Nasi Howard and
Miss Vivian Scott left Friday to at
tend the graduation exercises at
Woodberry Forest in Virginia. Neal
Howard, a student there, will accom
pany them home to spend the sum
Mr. and Mrs. Graham McAdams of
Washington, D. C., spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mc
Adams. Their daughter, Annette,
who has been spending sometime
with her grandparents, returned to
Washington with them.
Misses Louise and Virginia Harris
will arrive Friday from New York
City to spend the week end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Harris. They will attend the Roache
SherriH wedding at Duke ^University
chapel, Saturday afternoon.
Rev. and Mm. Z. B. T. Cox and
family spent several days of last
week visiting Mr. and Mm. R. A.
Haslip at Hassell. Rev. Cox conduct
ed revival services at the Hassell
Christian church during the week,
concluding them Wednesday evening.
Mrs. John D. Dixon, Mm. Louise
Harris and Mrs. Henrietta Wil
liamson attended a coffee hour in
Raleigh, Wedneday, given by Mm.
Wiley Barnes in honor of Miss Vir
ginia Uzzle, bride-elect of this week.
Mm. C. L. Beamah, Mm. Horace
Erie, C. L. Besman, Jr., and Mm.
ham Thylor o# Goldsboro, mother
houseguest of Mrs. Beaman, at
tended the graduation of Miss Nell
Beaman from the high school depart
ment of Campbell allege, Brie'.
Creek, last week.
Mm. M. H. Rountree, of St. Peters
burg, Fla., Mm. W. C. Murray of
Atlanta, . _
Norfolk, Va., and Mr. and Hit
Mre. Joseph D. Joyner
for seven tables .of bridge
eveniag in her home which
rated with roses, sweet ,
?J*i?ies. m M
Upon arrival guests were served
ice cream topped with chocoJate sy
rup, cake and salted nuts. Later in
the evening, coca colas were passed.
An after-dinner coffee cup was
awarded -to Mrs. Curtis Flanagan for
high score. The floating prise, a
china ash tray, went to Mrs. David
Harris and consolation prise, ear
rings, was presented to Hiss Mary
Mrs. Haywood Smith was gracious
hostess to the literary Club on Wed
nesday afternoon, bringing to a close
the elub year. Day lUies, Queen Arme's
lace and magnolias were used in ar
tistic decoration. The president, Miss
Elizabeth Davis, presided over a bus
iness period in which report were
heard from Miss Annie Perkins, club
| delegate to the State convention re
cently held at Wrighsville Beach, and
i Mrs. J. H. Harris, the club's acting
grade mother for B-section first
grade. Miss Perkins stated there
were three things received from the
convention: justiee for all, courtesy
for all and a package of vigoro which
she gave to the president with the
hope" the club .would grow. These
books were traced and the following
donated to the pubic library: "Sing
ing Waters," "Women as Force in
History," "Winter Meeting," "Delta
Wedding," and "The Wasteland."
Mrs. W. M. Willis, as program
ohairman for the afternoon, gave an
interesting presentation of poems
ghowing out of American history. By
using a phonograph the members and
guesta heard outstanding actors read,
"Columbus," "The Landing of the
Pilgrims," "Paul Itevere's Ride,"
"America," "Old Ironsides," and
other poems of American literature
included, in the Decca album, "Our
After adjournment, the hostess
served ice cream topped with cher
Special guests " were Mrs. Z. B. T.
Cox and Mrs. E. W. Holmes.
I SPOKEN IN LOCAL CHURCH
Miss Margaret Williams, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Williams,
became the bride of Joseph Brice El
lis, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Si
bert Ellis, of Round Hill, Ky., in a
candelight ceremony in the Farnj
ville Methodist church, Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock. Rev. E. R.|
Clegg, pastor, of the bride, officiated,
using the double ring ceremony. i
Floor baskets of white gladioli,
fern and candles made a background
for the vows. i
Mrs. R. O. Lang, Jr., soloist, sang
"Because" and "Oh Premise Me."
Mrs. Haywood Smith played a pro
gram of nuptial music.
The couple entered together unat
tended. The bride wore a blue suit,
a white hat and white accessories.1
Her corsage was of talisman roses, i
Ushers were Captain Joe Edwards,1
Jr, of Augusta, Ga? and Bill Wil
liams, brother of the brid.u of Green
Immediately after the ceremony,
the couple left for a trip to Ohio
after which they will be at home in
Mrs. Ellis is a 1947 graduate of
The groom recently received his
discharge after serving with the
Army Air Forces in Germany.
Out-of-town guests here for the
wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. James
Edwards of Washington, Captain Joe
Edwards, Jr., of Augusta, G*., Mrs.
G. C. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Williams of Greenville. ,
JOINT HOSTESSES AT BRIDGE
ciasa were Lt. Gov. L. Y.
Dr. Frank P. Graham,
the Greater University of N.
Carolina; Dr. W. C. Jackaon,
Woman's Colege; and
Ruth Webb of College P*rk, Ga.,
representing the Senior Class. Lieu
tenant Governor BaVlentine presented
the diplomas to the graduates,
whom Dr Graham conferred
Graduates from Pitt counkjP'ddt
their records are as follows:
Miss Wilms little Stansill, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stansill,
a bachelor of arts ' degree
in primary education. She attended
Montreat College for two yean and
while at the Woman's College has
been a member of the .Cornelian so
ciety, Education Club and the Y. W.
C. A., in addition to serving as hall
proctor last year.
Miss hlvelyn Elizabeth Glenn, daugh
ter of Mr! ami Mrs. E. Hodges Glenn,
415 West Fourth street, Greenville,
received a bachelor of arts degree in
home economies. She has been
member of the Aletheian society and
Home Economics club, in addition to
participating in after-school hockey
A bachelor of arts degree in Eng
lish was tsMed to Miss Elizabeth
Thome Forrest, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Forrest, 114 E. 18th street,
Greenville. A dean's list stodent,
Miss Forfest has been a member of
the Adelphian society, staff of "Ca
rolinian," weekly newspaper; Educa
tion club, International Relations
club, Square Circle club, and the
Y. W. C. A. She was a hall praetor
for two years.
Coming from Grifton, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McArthur,
Anne McArthur Gaddis of route two
received a bachelor's degree in;
English. She has been a member of
the Aletheian society, Classical dub,
Masqueraders, Play-Likers, and was
vice president last year of Square
Jimmy: "Was your daddy in the
Bobby: "No. Why?"
Jimmy: "I heard the finance man
say he was a 'skipper1."
*ha haa... i? Mm
floM to Capitol
Mil * 7. -
DR. KENNETH L. QUIGGINS
ANNOUNCES -THE GPSmiffffijfytfjgt:
FICE IN THE BANK OF FARMVILLE |
BUILDING ON JUNE 4,1947
EACH WEDNESDAY?9:00 to. 5:00
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Eyes Examined Glasses Fit
and pencil >et.