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Mrs. Kate Reynolds spent Monday
afternoon in Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Manly Liles are
spending a few days at Morehead.
- Mrs. G. E. Thompson has returned
from a visit to Schoolfield, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moye spent sev
eral days last week hi Augusta, Ga.
Mrs: J. B. Briley and Mrs. Paul
Tripp were Raleigh visitors, Monday.
Bill Fisher, Jr., returned Sunday
from a visit to friends in Beaufort.
Mr. and Mrs. T. SL Ryon and chil
dren spent the week end at Morehead.
Vrs. E. C. Beam an has- returned
from a visit to relatives in Moultrie,
Mrs. Emily Dickinson of Morehead
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bag
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Essoin and
sons spent the Veek end at More
Miss Peggy Bagley is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. J. A. Bruton, at More
Ifiss Grey Shackleford of Raleigh
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Elmer
Miss Jo Ann and Bruce Rollins of
Raleigh are visiting Miss Connie
Rollins. * "
' Mrs. J. L. Rumley of Greenville is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs.x Gordon Iyee a/id
daughter, Edith Ann, spent Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Roland, Modlin
of Washington spent Sunday with re
latives here. . ^
Mrs. Madeline Rountree left Thurs
day for a visit to friends in Wash
Mrs. William Gray of Shelbyville,
Ky., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
R. E. Pickett.
Miss Peggy Ann Britt, of Golds
boro, is visiting Miss Dora Mae Bar
rett this week.
R. A. Fields. Jr., of Roberson
ville visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wilson of
Greenville spent Monday with Mrs.
G. S. Williams.
Mrs. W. H. Duke and son, Billy,
spent several days of last week in
Mrs. Harry R. Harper: spent the
week end in Henderson with rela
tives and friends. , <
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Edwards
attended the Perkins reunion in
D. L. Shearin of Hollister spent
Sunday and Monday with his sister,
Mrs. jjillie Shearin.
M. H. Potter, Jr., of Snow Hill
spent Friday night with his aunt,
Mrs. J. W. Parker.
Mrs. J. C. Corbett and daughter,
Miss Pat, left Monday to visit rela
tives in South Mills.
Miss Ann Stroud of Cherry Point
will spend the week end with Miss
Nell Taylor Beaman.
Miss Thelma Flanagan, of South
Lancaster, Mass., is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Flanagan.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harris of
Greenville spent the week end with
Mrs. Nannie Mozingo. ?
Alex Allen apd Kay Allen visited
Mrs. Alex Allen and" children Sunday
at Wrightsville Beach.
Mrs. Maurice Brinson and sons,
Maurice, Jr., and Jerry, spent
last week at Morehead.
Miss Vemice Bnnson of MorAMM
is visiting her toother, Maurice Brin
Bon, and Mrs. Brinson.
C. L. Jones is receiving treatment
in Park View hospital, Rocky Mount,
for penicillin poisoning.
Miss Annie Perkins has returned
from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geoage
W. Davis at Ridgecrest.
Mr. annd Mrs. Herbert E. Hart and
son, Bert, have returned from a visit
to relatives in Dublin, Ga.
Mrs. R. E. Tripp, of Greenville,
spent Sunday and Monday with her
dimghter, Mrs. J. B. Briley.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Longford of
Greenville spent the week and with
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Joyner.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gary of Arling
ton, Va., wiy^arrire today to visit
Mr. and Mrs. J.- H. Harris.
Videeu Joyner and Dotdse Jones
have returned from - Camp Trailee
where they spent two weeks. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ivey returned
Friday from a trip through the
mountains of North
.Mr. and Mrs, Robert Cockrell and
daughter, Rita Ruth, of Columbia, S.
C., are visiting relatives
7. Aafwt 11
3:30 p. m.?Circle 1, Presbyteri
an, meets with Mrs./Ben Weav
7:00 p. m.?Klwanis.
8:00 p. m.?Circle 2, Presbyteri
7:00 p. m.?Rotary;
8:00 p. m?Altar Guild, Episco
pal, meets with Mrs. T. S. Ryon.
7:80 p. m.?Bu rr.ette - Rouse post,
V. P. W.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
10:00 a. m.?Bird C3ub.
4:00 p. ip.?Junior Woman's CI?
has eoca cola, party at Country
Mrs. Eugene Hobgood has return
ed from a visit to relatives in Win
chester, Va., and Capon Bridget W.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe James of Greens
boro and Mrs. W. I). Tugwell of
Aberdeen visited relatives here Sun
: Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Allen and
children visited Mrs. Allen's mother,
Mrs. Lena Baum, in Saratoga Sun
day. * ?
Mrs. Eugene Hobgood and Miss;
Ella May Hobgood spent Friday in'
Rocky Mount with Mrs. Carl Put
nam. v jTj
Miss Mary Leah Thome joined' a
party of friends in Concord Wednes
day to take a trip to New York and
Canada> ..*? N
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Swain and
son, Charles, of Roper spent . the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy
Miss Annie Perkins attended the
wedding of her neice, Miss Helen
Perkins Flanagan, in Greenville,
Martha Holmes, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert Holmes, is visiting
her cousin, Catherine Ann Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ivey, Jr., left
Wednesday for a ten day visit to
Mrs. Ivey'a relatives in Georgia and
Texas City, TexaA.
Friends will regret to learn that
Mrs. Frank A. Williams is in Duke
hospital, Durham, where she under
went an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jones, Jr., and
sons, Dan and Clark, of Hopewell,
Va., spent -the- week end with Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Jones. , ^
Rev. E. S. Coates and Bill Morton
spent several days at Montreal this
week where Rev. Coates attended a
home mission meeting. >
Mrs. Henrietta M. Williamson and
son,. Milton, left, yesterday to spend
the week end with' Mr.* and Mrs. J.
C. . Manning in Williamston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bundy, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy and sons,
James Henry and S. D., Jr., wi&|
spend Sunday at White Lake.
Mrs. G. L. Beaman, Miss Nell Tay
lor Beaman, Miss Margaret Bynum,
Carl Beaman and Leroy Bass spent I
the week end at Carolina Beach..,
Friends will be glad to learn that
Mrs. C. E. Modlin returned from a
Petersburg, Va., hospital Saturday
and is recuperating at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Matthews of
Norfolk,. Va., visited Mr. and Mrs.
B. W. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Matthews during the week end.
I THEATRE 1
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WEEK OF AUGUST 9, 1947
Action-Ace v Charles Starrett
Comedy-Ace Smiley Burnette in
also Chap. 5 "Son of Zorro"
plus 2^-roel comedy % i %
Gay and grown-up Shirley Temple
Guy Madison 6 Franchot Tone
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Mr. and Mia. W. A. McAdams and
Mia. B. J. Sldb
for LawranceviHe, Va., to attend
wedding of her son, Beanie Skinner,
to Miss Body Epperson Saturday.
Mrs. W. G. Murray and Mrs. Frank
Adam% of Washington, 1>. C., will
arrive Saturday to visit their mother,
and grandmother, Mrs Dora H. Keel
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Tuxaage,
Jr., and Mr. and Mrs C. W. Howard
of Chapel Hill spent Sunday with
their grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Turn
age. ,?V;V IS > *'?'
Mrs. Madeline Rountree, Mrer Lath
Morriss and daughter, Miss Betsy,
and Miss Anne L. Jones we're Ra
leigh and Chapel Hill visitors Tues
Mrs. J. H. Moore and daughters,
Misdes Johnsie and Ana, will leave
Monday to join Mr. Moore in Elisa
beth City where they Will make their
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walker of
Greensboro and Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt
Highsmith of Greenville speiti the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman.
Mr. and Mr?. P. K. Ewell spent
Sunday at Atlantic Beach. Mrs. S. E.
Ewell, who had been visiting for
several weeks in New Bern; returned
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lewis anil
son, Jack, Camille Simpson and
George Boston spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Balph Brake near
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. PoHard, Jr.,
and son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Nash Warren and .son, Bert, spent
the week end at Ocracoke Island and.
Mrs. O. G. Spell and Mrs. J. W.
Parker wilt attend a Shrine meeting
in Durham tonight rft which 'the Su
preme Worthy High Priest wiU be
the honored guest ' ?
Mrs. W. A. B. Hearne,. of Green
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Champ Hearne
and children, Linda and Poe, orVir
ginia Beach, Va., visited^ relatives
here Tuesday afternoon. '
Mrs. Cortene Stilley, Miss Lula
Forbes, Miss Minnie Mae Moore, and
Miss Eleanor Rouse were guests of
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Williams at their
cottage at Morehead during the week
' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones and
children, Misses Mary Leah Thome
and Johnsie Moore and Milton .'Wil
liamson and Mark Reese of Jones
ville spent last week at Carolina
Mrs. R. A. Fields, Mrs. George
Moore, Jr., and her ho use guest, Mrs.
J. L. Rumley, visited Mrs. John
King, a patient at the Eastern Caro
lina sanatorium, Wilson, Monday aft
ernoon. " " , r . ?
Mr. and Mrs. George Dixon and
infant son sptejt-the week end in
Kinston. Mrs. Dixon and son re
cently joined Mr. Dixon here and at
present aie living in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Bradham.
Miss Fknhie Gary returned Mon
day from a visit to Washington, D.
C. She was accompanied here by
Miss Mary Jean Gary "of Arlington,
Vs., who will spend several weeks
visiting Mr. and'Mrt. J H, Harris.
KEEP YOU R CM
RIDING UKE Hi
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Mr. and Hrl Irtin
spent the week end et
Rock, visiting Ann Morgsn,
spending the summer at Camp Yo
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wheless and ,
Mr, and Mrs. A, W. Bobbitt left
Thursday for Jacksonville, PUu,
where the Wheleases will visit their
daughter, Mrs. Catence Edwards.
The Bobbitts will visit Mrs. Bobbitt's
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Mr. and 'Mrs. H. D. Johnson and
daughter, Hennripeerl, spent the;
week end in ColUmbit, S. C^ -where
they attended the wedding of Mrs,
Johnson's sister, Miss Ruby Sanders,
and Floyd Earl Goldman of Augus
Mr. and Mrs.. Powell Speight y>f
near WintervHle announce the birth
of,a daughter, Asm Powell, at Pitt
General hospital^ Greenville Wednes
day, July ^8. Mrs. Speight, the for
mer Miss Betty Lee Spruill of Green
ville, is a former resident of Farm
MOVE INTO NEW HOME
Editor James, J5. Hoclcaday and
family, consisting of wife and young
daughter, Georgia Tull, formerly of
Lillington, moved into their new
home on North Barrett street Friday.
Editor Hockaday has been in Farm
ville since March, being associated
with The Rouse Printery as junior
Mrs. Hockaday and daughter re
mained in Lillington during the hous
Mrs. Burnette Hostess
To Episcopal Auxiliary
- Mrs. W. R, Burnette, a former
member, invited the auxiliary toehold
its August meeting with her at' her
home near Rocky Mount, Friday
afternoon, During a short business
session, Mrs. G. Alex Rouse, chair
man~ of the altar committee, report
ed that a 'gift and memorial organ
would be installed in the church -in
After adjournment Mrs. Burnette
served a fruit drink, pink and white
mints, salted nuts, assorted sand
wiches and individual pink and white
cakes. Summer flowers were used In
Mbs. W. J. Rollins,
iinner Sunday ly her
Bennett R. Fields. The
was attended by five -of her
Aildwn-LeRoy, Rufus and BUI Rol
lins an?f Mrs. Fields, of Farmville
ind Mrs. Mattie Swain of Plymouth
?was spread on the lawn of the
fields home. Another flK|blinton,
>f Raleigh could not be preaesT
Out-of-town relatives attending
were Mrs. C. G. Rollins and child
ren, Raleigh; Mr. and lbs. Jasper
3wain and son, Roper; Tommy Rol
ins, Wilson. Mrs. Lillie Cooke of
Stantpnsburg was also invited.
Thejianoree, who is affectionately
utown as "Mammy" Rollins, received
i number of lovely gifts.
BIRD CLUB NOTES
The Pine Siskin was the Mid stud
ed at Jhe Bird club Saturday raorn
ng with Chandler Cox as the reader.
four and three-fourths inches long,
ts upper parts are grayish or brown
sh, under parts, white; the tail is
ihort and forked; legs are short; the
rings are long and pointed.
Usually located in a conifer from
!0 to 80 feet, up, the nest, which is
veil concealed, - has walls roughly
onatructed of x hemlock or other
wigs and moss. The sancer-ehaped
itructure -is about one-half foot
icroes and the interior, measuring]
tbout two inches in diameter, is care
ully and thickly lined with plant
lown, fur and hair.
Pale bluish or greenish-white
ightly spottfed with chestnut and
oflie Mack, the eggs number four to
foe. :? ?: v ' I
The Pine Siskin is found from the
Atlantic to the Pacific. Its notes are
o me what similar to the Goldfinch's
md are rambling and lively. The
long, which lasts an hour or more at
v time, is very agreeable.
These birds congregate in large
lvcks and look like plpin little
triped brown sparrows. When in
light the yellow patehee are notice
hie on the wings and tail.
Feeding principally on the seeds
f the white eedar, tamarack and
arious pines and spruces, this bird
ilso eagerly seeks bare ground
vhere he can eat the fallen seeds of
tiaples, elms, grasses, weeds, tad
lumpkins. ' '
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