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Jane Russell la visiting in Eden
ton this week.
Mareia Forbes is able to be up
after a recent illness.
Mrs. J. A." Mewborn spent the
week aid in Snow Hill.
Harry Albritton is spending
month at Camp Morehead.
Mrs. Nasi Howard returned Satur
day from a stay at Nag's Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Rom Webber spent a
few days last week at White Lake.
Mrs. Albert Lewis and son, Van,
a re visiting relatives in Elisabeth
City.* " ??''
Mrs. Charles M. Duke and son
have returned after a stay at More
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rouse, Jr.,
spent the week end at Atlantic
Miss Nell Abernathy and Mrs. Tal
madge Pollard spent Sunday at
Miss Lib Carr visited friends at
Louisburg College, Louisburg, during
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Liles of
Durham spent Tuesday night with
relatives here. /
Bill Pollard returned Wednesday
night from a trip to several Euro
lb. and Mrs. Hubert Webb of Wil
son are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Webb this week.
]%s. J. D. Grady, Mrs. C. H. Ras
berry and Bill Rasberry spent Mon
day in Chapel Hill.
Mrs. Fred Smith is spending sev
eral days in Kinston with Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Herring.
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers Kemp of
Wilson spent Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Kemp.
Mr. and Mnk. Nassif Gannon and
children spent a week at Khoury Vil
la, Atlantic Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Bauer, of
Columbus, Ohio, are the guests of
Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Holmes sang
at the Dqsr-Brame wedding in Wen
dell Satpcday evening.
Mrs. George Thomas and children
and Mrs. J. N. El-Ramey spent Sun
day at Atlantic Beach.
Dr. Frank Harris, Shelby Roebuck,
Warren Peels and Alan Parker spent
Sunday at Mofehead.
Mrs. Harvey WutiWid una fliUlgH
ter, Nancy, spent Sunday in New
Bern with Mr. Winstead.'
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Mt,
Olive will spend the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Britt
in Benson Sunday afternoon.
Miss Bessye Harxell, of Ahoskie,
will arrive Monday to spend several
days with Mrs. E. C. Carr. -
Mrs. J. E. Warren is spending
some time with her son, Ed Nash
Warren, and Mrs. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hotchkiss and
son of Elisabeth City spent the week
end With "Mrs. Corinne Stilley. _
Jesse Smith and brother, W. P.
Smith, of New Bern, left today on a
usiness trip to Augusta, Ga.
Friends will regret to learn that
bt. W. A. Pollard, Sr, is still con'
fined to her bed due to illness.
Mrs. Bill Shelton of Ayden spent
the week end-with Mrs. Frank Da
vis, Jr., and Mrs. Agnes Blount
R. S. Scott and daughter,
Vivian, are spending several
days With relatives in Richmond, Va.
R. T. Norville left Tuesday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Lee T.* Norville at their
ummer home at Three Oaks, Mich.
Miss Helen and George Thomas
pent last week in Wefakm visiting
their grandmother, Kra. A. M. RabiL
Dr. Paul E. Jones is attending a
meeting of the National American
Denial Association in Boston, Mass
Mrs. William H. Worsley of Rocky
Mount spent a few days last week
with her daughter, Mia. R. T. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. R- L. Spivey and
Mrs. Myrtle Roebuck will leave Sun
ty to spend two weeks at Carolina
Mrs. W. G. Gurganus will spend
the next two weeks with her gmnd
Monday, August 4
8:30 p. m.?Woman's Council,
3:30 p. m.?Woman's Missionary,
Society, Baptist -
3:30 p. m.?Woman's Society of
Christian Service, Methodist.
7:00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
7:30 p. m.?Y. W. A., Baptist
meets with Mrs. Sam Hobgood.
Taeeday, 5 ^
7:00 p. m.?Rotary.
8:00 p. m.?Annie Peririns Circle,
Baptist, meets with Mrs. Ches
ter Outl&nd with Mrs. A. B.
Tyson as joint hostess. .
3:00 p. m.?As Fait Club meet#
with Mrs. John C. Parker.
7:30 p. m.?Junior Order.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
3:15 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club.
10:00 a. m.?Bird C3ub.
3:30 p. m.?Carraway's Chapel
Mr. and Mm. Albert West of Tul
_i, Ok'a,, were dinner guests of,Mr.
ind Mrs. Cecil Johnston and Mrs.
'earl Johnston Monday night.
Misses Betsy Jones, Ann Moore
md Joyce Tyson, students at Camp
bell college, Buie's Creek, spent the
veek end at their homes here.
Theodora Albritton, Mary Frances
oyner, Frank ^ Williams, Jr., and
Charles Greene left Monday to spend
few weeks at Camp Leach.
Mrs. Max Mcleod and children,
Haxine and Mike, of Dunn are spend
ng this week with the former's pa
rents, Mr. knd Mrs. J. W. Bass.
Friends will be glad to learn that
s'eah Bundy has returned to his
lome from Duke hospital, Durham,
nd is improving from an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Tully Blair and_Miss
Theresa M. Wicker of Winston
Jem flew from Winston-Salem
lunday in their new Stinaon Voyag
x and visited M^s. J. M. Hobgood.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Lee and
hildren, Edith Ann and Gordon
rflghman, were guests of Mr. and
Irs. Walter Lee in Greenville Sun
Dr. and Mrs. W. M Willis and
Jr. and Mrs. S. A. Roebuck spent
he week end with Mr. and Mrs. B.
). Taylor at their cottage at More
Mrs. David C. Qumn and son, Da
id, Jr., and Mrs. Grace BrousSard
eturned last week from a visit to
Washington, D. C? via the Skyline
Mr, and Mrs. a R. Smith and
Irs. Allen Drake and daughter,
fancy Etta, left Tuesday Tor a trip
1 rough the western part of the
Friends will be glad to leam that
Smith is able to be out again
sr a recent operation and that
Jrs.' Smith is improving from an
Mrs. Neal Howard spent Wednes
ay afternoon in Rocky Moufit end
s accompanied home by her moth
Mrs. H. L. Holden, who is visit
Mr. and Mrs. Hesse Smith enter
airted at a birthday toner Wednes
ay evening in honor of the birthday
of their mother, Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Davis and
en, of Atlanta, Ga., who are
ig here, and Mrs. Carol Modlin
nt several days at Morehead the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barrett
dren, _Brend* and Paschall, i_
week end in Wilmington with
Barrett's brother, P. P. Paa
and family. '
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Bullock re
Sunday from a visit to
JO TO, Mr. and Mrs. Marion
ascompanied them here
pw* the day.
Nancy Jane -Carroll, Ann Pollard
_ Washington. ?
. Mr. and Mrs. L, W.
Mm. Florence Thorne at
the sale of Christmas cards ?n held.
J. M. hostess, served
W MUIVU) MVD?VDD| DV1 V^^W|
ke cream, cake and peanuts aftar Sd
joumpient. Mm. I. D. Klrkltn was a
Mrs. M. L. Russell, chairman, was
sstess to Group 4 Tuesday evening
with 11 members present Mrs. Hub
ert McClary conducted Mis devotion
al. "Hidden Answers" were used for
the program. j
Alter the benediction cdoUea, coca
colas and nuts were passed. The
members surprised Mrs. MeOary, *
recent bride, with s shower of tnis
Meeting with Mrs. W. J. Turnage
Monday evening, Group 1 of the
Woman's Council, heard a devotional
given by Mrs. A C. Turnage taken
from Luke and" took part in a quia of
Hidden Answers taken from the
The ohsirman, Mrs. Flan Darden,
presided. y vtl
A fruit drink, assorted copUee and
candy were served to the members
and a guest, Mrs. Mae H. Moore....
The Altar Guild members heard
Mrs R a Copenhever review the
chapter, "How We Got Our English
Bible end the,Mother of Biblea," tak
en from the book entitled, "And the
Truth Shell Make You Free," at their
Tuesday night meeting.
The creed was repeated Jn unison
and Mrs. John D. Dixon led an open
ing prayer. In the business session
orders for Stanley products were
The hostess, Mrs. Helen Nutter,
served refreshments. , The meeting
was held in the home of Mrs. Dixon.
The auxiliary met in the church
.Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. II.
Moore, Jr.. presiding in the absence
ot the president. Miss Wilms Stan
sill gave the program and Mrs. J. C.I
Corbett, the devotional. -
NOTE OF THANKS
We appreciate deeply the many)
kindnesses and expressions of sym
pathy^ shown us in the lose, of our
son and brother, "Bubba" Coates.
Yob thoughtfulness has certainly
MBh a great help to us fat bearing
Revi and Mrs. E. S. Coates.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lewis and
wciy Jack, and George Boston will
leave Wednesday for a visit to rela
tives at Beech Island, S. C. U
Mrs. Maggie Newton of
and Haxel, Richard and Kirk Newton
of the. Methodist Orphanage, Ra
leigh t are visiting Mrs. Sapi Wain
wright and Mrs. J. ft Walnwright.
Mis. J. A- Forbes returned to her
home Tuesday night after a visit to
relatives in AsheviUe. Her sister,
Mrs.- Carrie Denny, returned with
her to spend several weeks visiting.
Mrs. Lynn Eason and daughter,
had as their guests-last week at their
cottage at Atlantic Beachl Mrs. Ro
land Sauls and Mrs. F. D. Warren and
sons, F. D. end George, of Durham,
Mrs. Frank T. Clifton and children.
Tommy and Jane, of Mount Olive,
spent the past week with Mrs. Clif
ton's mother, Mrs. J. I. Baker. Mr.
Clifton Joined'his family for Hie
week end. ' *
Miss Anne Jones, who is a secre
tary to Congressman Herbert C.
Bonner, is" commuting between hem
and Washington, N. C? while Cong
ress is not in session and Represen
tative Bonner is in the state.
Mir. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson, Jr.,
are spending the summer hire. Kfcj
Johnson, a stu<
of North Carolina, is
work at E. C. T. <
Dr. and Mrs.
of Mr. m
After playing games the
host incited his guests into the din
fii nsi I til n i-111? mli t ijj -??
^ rrom oat rtaDie wnion was wn
tesnd with a large birthday cake, ?
gleam with six pink candles. Plates
and napkins carried out a color
scheme of pink and green.
After the group had sung "Hap
py Birthday" to their small host,
ice cream, individual cakes and
salted nags were served. Favors
Jo Ann Gregg, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. M. J. Gregg, was hostess to 16
guests at the playground Tuesday in
celebration of her sixth birthday.
Games were played after which a
cake bearing pinlc candles was cut
and passed with ice cream.* ..
"FlfT Woods, daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Frauds S. Woods of Burlington,
Vt, celebrated her fourth birthday
Monday afternoon at a party given
by her aunt, Mrs.. T. T. Moore, whom
she is visiting for several weeks,
j Ice cream, mints and nuts yrare
served with the cake which was deco
rated in pastel colors.
Games Were played on' the lawn
and balloons were given as favors to
the 18 guests. - S
Nancy Winstead, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Winstead, observed
her first birthday Wednesday night.
July 23, with a party to which 12
neighborhood friends were invited.
The cake, decorated with white ic
ing and pink candles, and ice cream
Taking snapshots and the showing
of a movie cartoon provided enter
BOOK AND BRIDGE CLUB
Mi*. R. T. Williams was hostess to
the Book and Bridge club Friday
afternoon in the home of Mrs. G. M.
Molden which was decorated with
mixed summer flowers. Mrs. Walter
Jones, who held high score for the
members, also received the book,
award for the highest during the
month. Mrs. Ben Lahg scored high
for the guesta The hostess received
a book for scoring second highest
daring the month.
and coca colas were
served in. the refreshment hour.
Special guests were Mrs. Lang,
Mrs. Edison Moore, Mrs. James Whe
less, Jr., and Mrs. Charles S. Hotch
Uss, a former "member of the club.
WILSON HOSTESS HONORS
MRS. POLLARD, THURSDAY
Mrs. W.* A. Pollard,* Jr., recent
bride, was honored at a coca cola
party giveitf,, in Wilson Thursday
morning by Mrs. Kerroit Lamm at
be* home cm West Bboad street.
Summer flowers decorated the recep
Party sandwiches, cookies, outs,
cheese straws, pickles and olives
were served along with coca colas.
The honoree was remembered with
a Maderia hot roll cloth by Mrs.
Lamm. j ; . .? ' ? ; ^
Guests numbered between 25 and
30 and included the honoree, Mm.
J. O. Pollard, Mrs. M. E. Pollard,
Mrs. Edward W. May, Mm. C. F.
Baucom and Mm Ed Nash Warren,
all of Farmvilla.
meriting Mrs. J. H.
leave soon to live in
Party kjiicknacks i
were served to the 16 guests. Mrs.'
John Simpson, sister of Mrs. Lewis,'
and Mrs. Henrietta M Williamson as- ]
sisted in serving. '
The honoree was surprised with a
garden basket decorated with red
ribbon bow and paper doilies which'
contained a shower of handkerchiefs I
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Rupert Jones
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Dorothy Veane, to Mr.
Earl Grayson Bo wen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Bow*n of Plymouth.
The Wadffing will take place Sep
tember 3 at the FarmviJle Methodist
church."? v'?? !"; ''?*
A or B to take
At The Rotary Gtab
Irvin Morgan who was in
of the program at the Rotary
Tueeday evening discussed the , by
E. P. (Pluto) Baas was initiated
into the club.
had to take action taf
the protection of the bird.
The neet is a haadsome thick
walled structure of vegetable down,
moss and fine grasses. In this coun
try the European Goldfinch prefers
a conifer tree as a. nesting site. Usu
ally five pale greenish or bluish
white eggs, .which are spotted with
chestnut around the large end, are
laid.jPllf f :;
, That "SMOOTH LOOK" mm
^ ^tOW /Ml MM' bo fto# fOfMfMT froM
by fbyrfdoiit and Mm only JMr
MMlH ?** to rOMOVO ?
MRS. K. G. CARRA\
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