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Mr. and Mr*. B. W. Jones
in Win ton during the week end.
Donnie Bryan of Rocky Moant
the guest of Harold Flanagan Sun
Vaden Stott of Wilton is the ^-wst
of his aunt, Mrs. Manly Liles, this
week. ' ' y " ~ ? . %?
Mr.'and Mrs. H. H. Bradham and
son, Frank, were Wilson visiters,
Mondty. ? i a.-'J
Bruce Rollins of Raleigh spent Hie
week end with his cousin, Wilbur
Frank Carr and W. L. Smith of
Raleigh were Farmville visitors
Tuesday. ; \:'i*&'. . Is#
Miss Seleta Tucker is visiting Mr. i
and Mrs. B. L. Davis in Snow Hill J
this week. 'r * t j
Mrs. Ernest Russell and family left
Sunday to spend a week in Battle
Mrs. D. R. Morgan is spending a
few days at Edge water Beach near
Washington. s 7
Miss Jean Harris of Youngsville is
spending some time with her aunt,
Mrs. J. R. Shearin.
Mrs. ST C. McDearman ofDurham
is the guest this week of her sister,
Mrs. J. H. Darden. \
Miss Lota Grey Kemp spent the
week end with Miss Marjorie KilM
brew of Fountain. . ??'
Mrs. Mary Russell spent the week
end with her daughter, Mrs. Ed
Owens, in Raleigh.
Curtis Craig of Louisburg college,
Louisburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Arch'
J. Flanagan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Johnston return*
ed last Wednesday after a few days
vacation at Morehead.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duke and son,
Billy, spent the week end in Rich
mond, Va., and Coinjock.
Johnnie J. Briley, small son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Briley, is recovering
from several days' illness.
Jackie Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Rollins, is able to be out again
after having the measles.
Mrs. Will Barrett and Mrs. L. E.
Jones will visit Mrs Wesley Bailey
in Kinston this afternoon.
Mrs. G. Alex Rouse and Mrs. R. C.
Copenhaver shout Tuejsdfcy in Wilson
with Mrs. John B. Wright, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Eli Joyner, Jr.,
spent last Wednesday-Sunday at Al-1
bemarle Hall, Virginia Beach, Va. j
Rev. and Mrs. Leon Gray of Ox
ford were overnight guests of Rev. I
and Mrs. E. R. Clegg Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Daughtridgeof i
Rocky Monnt visited the lather's sis
ter, Mrs. H. H. Bradham, Tuesday. J
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Jones spent j
the week end at Atlantic Beach asj
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Eason.
Mrs. A. Q. Roebuck, who is a pa
tient at Carolina General hospital,
Wilson, is reported as not improving.
Miss Joyce Corbett is spending
part of this week in Raleigh M the
guest 0/ her uncle, W. i-eslie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Lewis and
daughter, Eva May, returned Wed
nesday from a trip to New York
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Taylor spent
the week end at Atlantic Beach as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
Miss Agnes Moore of Henderson
has arrived to spend the summer
here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Barrett of Roa
noke, Va^ are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Joyner and Mrs. Nonie Barrett
this week.' ' *
Charles Parker, who has been
visiting relatives in Leakaville and
Lake Waccamaw, is the guest of Dan
Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Holmes and
C. C. Feimell - spent Monday and
Tuesday in South Boston, Va., with
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barrett el
Kinston spent Wednesday with Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Joyner and Mrs.
Miss Annie Perkins attended the
wedding of her niece, Miss Christine
Hellen, to Herachel Snuggs in Green
Mies Flora Dean Jo bnaon, Miss
Jean Harris, Claude Johnson and
Thurman Joyner Wen Louisburg
Mrs. Mabry Bollard and daughter
Ann, and Mi*. C. W. Blackwood and
Carl, spent the week end al
ay, J<*e SO
7:00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
8 .-00 p. m.?Group 1, Christian
Vmetts with Mrs. Joe Melton.
Tuesday, July 1"
10:30 a. in.?Execution committee,
Baptist Woman's, Missionary ]
Society, meets with Mrs. W- J.
7:00 p. ni.?Rotary Club.
8:00 p. m.?Woodmen of World.
8:00 p. m,?Boy Scouts.
8:00 p. ra.-r-Group S, Christian, J
meets with Mrs. G. E. Thomp
8:00 p. m.?Group 4, Christian,' |
meets with Mrs. Archie Cayton.
3:00 p. m.?An Fait Club meet#
with Mrs. Carol Modlin.
7:30 p. m.?Junior Order.
8?00 p. m.?GrOup 2, Christian,.
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
3:16 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Lewis Allen.
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Mrs. J. W, Holmes has returned
after a visit to her daughter, Miss
Frances Winstead, who is minister of
education at the First Baptist church
i in Concord.
Mrs. Floyd Andrews of Mount
Olive spent Friday with Mrs. C. F.
Baucom. Jimmy Pollard, who had
: been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Andrews,.1
returned to his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Atlonson and
daughters, Joan and Janice, have re
I turned to their home after spending
some time at Blowing Rock and
i Wrightsville Beach.
Mrs. Kate Reynolds is recuperat
ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. M. Hobgood, from painful bruises
and cuts received in an automobile
accident .two weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Junior Owens
and son, Billy, of Fountain and
Misses Louise Tyson and Emma Pu
pree and William Ivey Tyson -spent
last week at White Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hathaway
and son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Beat
Hardison, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
Bryan and Herman Joyner spent the
week end in Columbia, N. C.
Mrs. Thomas E. Gladson of Green
ville spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Kelly returned to Greenville with
their daughter for a visit, x >
- Mm-T. P, Pierce of St Augustine,
Fla., who is visiting relatves in this
section, spent several days of last
week with her sister, Mrs. Pearl
Mrs. C. E. Modlin returned to
a Petersburg, Va., hospital Monday
for a second operation which will be
performed Friday morning, C. E.
Modlin left Thursday to be with her.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Williams had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
James Edwards of Washington and
Mr. mid Mrs. G. C. Wilson of Green
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards recent
ly returned from a trip to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Gorden E. Lee' and
children spent the week end in
Franklin, Va., with Mr. and^ Mrs.
Glenn Lanier. Mrs. Lanier," the
former Miss Elizabeth Conway, and
Mrs. Lee were classmates at ECTC.
' Miss Hazel Baker of Snow Hill
spent Thursday with friends here.
Miss Baker, Mrs. Herbert E. Hast,
Mrs. R. T- Monk and 1MT B. Or
Lang, Jr., visited Mrs. L.1H. Arias
dell, Jr., in Washington Thursday!
Mia* Margaret Smith is on a buy
ing trip for Belk-Tyler Company in
New York City this week. She was
supposed", to "have made the trip two
weeks ago but it was postponed be
cause . the exhibitors did. not have
thetf full lilies ready for ^display.
Among those from Farmville At
tending the dedicatory organ recital
at the Fountain PresbyteBan chard)
Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrf.
%. E. Walston, Mrs. Glenn Newton,
Mrs. John D. Dixon, Mrs. -G. A.
Rouse and Mrs. C. F. Baucom.
Boy and Ray Moore, spns of Mr,
and Mrs. George B. Moors, have ISj
turned home after spending a wed
in Clinton with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Moore; Sr.
MiwSaWl, IfcWF Morgan, Jr<
?? Connie,^ .
Miss Joamt Rollins, to her home in
Raleigh, Sunday, and. visited Mrs. C.
G. Rollins. -? i: ?? .v
Mrs. J. W. Surge, Mr. and Mrs. B.
B, Burge and Mrs. Howard Knighton
and daughter of Fhyetteville visited
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Moore last
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. j 5. W.
Burge remained, for an extended
Visit ? . %* [W
ten Gayton, Bob Smith, EmmCtt
Pickett, Marion Cdrbett, Harold
Flanagan and Joan Atkinson left
Mqnday to attend the Disciples of
Christ Intermediate camp at Fisher's
Landing. Rev. Z. B. T. Cox accom
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Oglesby of
Auburn, Ala., spent last week end at
Bogue Sound visiting Mr. Oglesby's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Oglesby.
Mr. and Mrs. jasper R. Jones and
son, James, wete also guests at the
Mr. and Mis. Herman Baker and
children; Peggy Bagley; Mrs. R. J.'
Wainwright and granddaughter,
Brenda Hinson of Ayden; Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Briley and family and
Mrs. Briley's brother, Carey Tripp of
Greenville, are vacationing at Caro
lina Beach this week.
Mrs. E. Y. Lovelace and daughter
of Crisp, Mrs. W. R. Harris of Foun
tain and her houssguests, Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest W. Hunt and children of
Daytona Beach, Fla., visited Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Norville and Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Lee Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Sadie Moore of Rinston is the
housegnest of her sister, Mrs. Mary
Russell, this week. Mrs. Moore, who
has been on leave of absence from
her duties at the Caswell Training
school for several months due to
illness, will resume her work there
July L ' i
Goldsboro were mutied
day, June 4, in a
Rev. Key Taylor officiated.
miss devisconti hostess
TO GARDEN' CLUB, MONDAY
Members of the Garden club met
la the home of the president, Miss
Tabitha DeViaeonti, 'Monday after
noon and held an open discussion on
flowers and strawberries. Mrs.
Claude Tyson rave gardening hints
for July and Mrs. E. P. Gaynor read
material pertaining to roses.
Refreshments of assorted sand
wiches, pickles, potato chips, candy
and an iced drink were served buffet
style from the dining table, which
was spread with a white doth and
bore a center arrangement of mag
nolias. Matching plates and napkins
Verbena and hydrangeas made an
effective setting for the meeting.
EPISCOPAL ALTAR GUILD
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
The nominating committee reported
at the Altar Guild meeting Tuesday
evening that Mrs. John D. Dixon and
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver would serve
for another year as directress and
vice-directress, repectively, and that
Mrs. Jack Lewis had been chosen as
secretary and Mrs. Copenhaver as
treasurer. The group voted to add
the office of corresponding secretary
and elected Mrs. Charles S. Ed
wards to fill that position.
A prayer adjourned the meeting
which was held in the home of Mrs.
R. S.' Scott Refreshment* were
of Sunbury was
maid oif honor,
Marshall Vick of Boyldns,_ya., _waa
best man and ushers were
ler of Newsome and Julian
of Hampton, V?., brother of the
Mrs. Thorpe is a . graduate of
F.CTC, and for several years has
taught in the public schools of
Eastern North Carolina. For the
past two years she has been a mem
ber of the faculty ofChafies L. Coon
high school in Wilson. She was a
member of the Farmville faculty
front 1942 through 1944.
Mr. Thorpe attended William and
Mary College, and after serving in
the Army, has returned to the mer
cantile and farming business in New
Following the rehearsal on Mon
day night, the bride's parents enter
tained at a cake-cutting.
New Chevrolet Truck
On Display Tomorrow
Manager G. D. Hathaway of the
B and W Chevrolet Company an
nounces that he Mrill have on display
in his showrooms tomorrow one of
the new Chevrolet trucks, which re
present the first major changes the
Chevrolet company has made in sev
The public is cordially invited to
inspect this new truck and its major
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Edwards
spent the week end at Morehead.
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Mrs. William Bruce Gardner is
visiting her sister in Monroe, N. C.,
for several days this week.
for his return trip
that he expects to make the
Upon\ his arrival on the
Pvt. Garter will be sent to
Japan, where he will join the famous
first cavalry division. Prior to
listment, Pvt. Garter made his he
with his upcle, Herman L. Newell,
and was active in farming near Ay
Forecast Says 1948
WiD Be Good Year
For Tar Heel Farms
North Carolina farmers can look
forwand to a prosperous year in 1948,
according to Dr. G. W. Porster, head
of the Agricultural Economics de
partment at State College, who said
the national economy is in a highly
satisfactory condition, and the imme
diate future is bright
This means, he believes, that agri
cultural conditions, with a few pos
sible exceptions, will also be satisfac
tory- ? V" '? - mM
Explaining his reasoning behind
such a prediction, Dr. Porster says
that farm prosperity depends almost
entirely on the condition of the na
tional. economy. Therefore, a dose
relationship exists between the pros
perity of fanning in North Carolina
and America's industrial activity.
As Dr. Forster sees it, this indus
trial activity will remain high dur
ing the next several years, and as a
consequence, the agricultural income
of this state will remain in a factor
Mary: "Will we have a nice home|
ifter we're married, dear?"
Joe: "Why, sweat, you're not figur
ing on moving, are you?"
cenfldtnc* at aitls Utara. for tka
hport of your |
ft LADY DIANA S*
AM rW*fl? Mustrotad ovoHabt* M
a* writ Ot IWlM Ul 0OW
Famvilk, N. C.
Manager to Models: "Now girls,
remember when you tit down, as
sume the Prodigal Pose that's the
on* that brings etat the fatted calf."
that will make its
? American design and plgf
its part in
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