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Mr. and Mm. O. Spell spent
Sunday in Candor.
. Mr. W. A. Pollard, Sr,
to improve from a
week end with friends hi
Mrs. H. W. Kemp spent Sunday in
Wilaon with her brother, On Hales.
Mre. Fred Our and" daughter,
Miaa Lib, spent Sunday in New
Bern. - .
Miaa Margaret and Joe Bynnm
apent. the week end a^ Atlantic
Mrs. M. L. Eaaoa and Km, Norria
Xaa, spent Friday la Chapel Hill and
Mrs. Agnea Potent of Griffin, Ge.,1
la visiting her niece, Mrs. R. 0."
Kddie Drake of Coffeyvills, Kan.,
is visiting Miaa Tabitha DeViaconti
Mrs. L. E. Elks oA Richmond, Vs.,
spent last week with her sister, Mrs.
J. M. Ward.
Mrs. E. S. Hobgood and daughter,
Mias Ella Mas, spent Frifey at Ca
Mrs. J. E. Wilkeraon and Mrs.
Gordon Lee spent Thursday <th
Ma. and Mrs. EdwXrd Harris of
Kaleigh spent , the week end here
Mrs. -Tommy Vinson of Durham
spent last week with her daughter,
Mm. Paul Allen, Ja, >
Mrs. M. J. Gregg spent (he week
end with her mother, Mrs. F. B. Har
gett, in Poliockaville.
Mr, and Mrs. Haywood Smith
apent several days of last week with
relatives in Durham..
Bob Morgan returned Wednesday
f*om Camp Morahead where he spent
the past two mcnHm.
Mrs. J. A. Gregory is visiting her
mother, Mm. J. T. Godwin, in Jote
ston county this weak.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carr and sons,
Charles and E. G, Jr., spent Sunday
in Raleigh with relatives.
Dr. Marguerite Kersey and daugh
ter, Kits, of "Bluefield, W. Va., are
visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herring of
Kinston are spending several days
with Mrs. Fred Smith. , '
B. G. Jones of Blackstone, Vs., is'
visiting his sisters, Mrs. .Helen Nut
ter and Mrs. R. T. Martin.
Mrs. Blanche Paschal 1 has return
ed from a two weeks' visit to Wil
Billy Gregory left Tuesday morn
ing to live in Richmond, Va., whegp
he has accepted a position.'
Mm. Mae H. Moore is spending
?evesal days at Morahead with Mr.
and Mm. Edward S. Dixon;
Kim Coram* Haynes was the.
afternoon and Obgier guests of Mrs.
David Harris last Wednesday. '
Mrs. J,. W. Brown has returned to
her home in Pinetops after spending
a week with Mm. 8. G. Gardner
E. C. Carr, Jr., of Newport News,
Vs., is spending this wsek with his
parents, Mr. and Mm. E. C. Carr..
R. T. Norville and Mr. and Mm.
Gordon Lee spent Sunday in Foun
tain with Mr. and Mrs. F. L, Eagles.
Mm. Wayne A. Mitchell, Jr., and
daughter of Kineten spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mm. Dora H.
Mine Lelia Skinner and Mm. Hugh
Barrett attended the Sldnher-Epper
?on wedding in Lawrenceville, Va.,
Rev. and Mrs. E. R. CUgg a^d Mr.
nad Mrs. R. A. Joyner and son, John
Russell, am vacationing' wt
of Mr. and Mm Clere
Westbroolu, Jr., in Klnaton Than
dfty vwtdng. ^ ./L. \ I
M i? Bettie Joyner. has returned
from ft vtoit to her brother. Roderick
Joyner, and Mm Joyner in Fltta
George and ffiOa? Putnam, of
daya with their grandmother.
E. S. Hobgood.
Mm |#onard Joyner left this
week to risH her father, J. M. Grove,
sister,'Mm E. C. Wright, In
Miss Barbara Tarpley of Aaheville
I to her home
the gneet of Mm Johit Barrett and
m J. A. Forbea.
Mm G a Midyette and soon of
Kinston have return*
a visit te the
Mm Annabel! Gardner and Mm
J. W. Joyner spent tari week at
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7:00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
1*0 p. m.?Y.W.A, Baptist, meets
with Mrs. Francis L. Jovner.
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8:00 p. rt.?An" Fait Club meets
with Mrs. Emerson Smith.
8:00 jk m.?Boy Stents. v
8:16 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club.
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10:06 a. m.? Bird Club.
Mrs. Jack Smith is in IPark Vie*
hospital, Rocky Mount, undergoing
I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ferrell of Rocky
Mount visited Mr. and ' Mrs. A. X
Melton Sunday. : .. -
Mrs. R. R. Harris and family of
Clinton and Mrs. ~M. J. McLeod- of
Greenville will spend Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Garns^
Miss Billy Johnson returned Mon
day from a two weeks' visit, to Mrs.
James Mountcastle in .Weldon ' and
has as her guest, Miss'Jean Medlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Saih Roberts of Sa
vannah, Ga., visited Yel*tires here
Thursday en route to their hoipc
after a vacation in Delaware.
Friends will be glad-to learn that J
Lean Jones, who returned from the]
Veterans' hospital, Fayetteville, last
Wednesday, is improving slowly.
Friends will be glad to- learn that
Mrs. E. F. Gaynor is recuperating
nicely from a .wound in her leg,
which she sustained last week.
Mrs. C. L. Langley and son, Ches
ter, have_returned from a visit to
friends and relatives rrj Union arid
Spartanburg, S. C., and Asheville.
Mrs. John T. Thome and Mrs.
Wesley R. Willis havC returned, from
a tour which took them, to New York
City, Niagara Falls and into Canada.
I Mr. and Mr*. Walter Hobgood and
son, Walter Edward; and Mrs. St G.
Gardner visited Mr. and Mrs. Hadley
Bryan in Rocky Mount Sunday even
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis and
daughter, Carolyn, have returned
after a-viait to Mm. Lewis' sister,.,
Mrs. James Britt, in Biraunghtm^ J1
Mr. and Mrs. BUI 'Harris and
daughters, Louise and Mae, of Hous
ton, Texas, are visiting Mr. Harris'
mother, Mrs. Louise Harris, and re
latives here. *
Mrs. J. W. Holmes is spending* two
weeks with her daughter, Miss
Frances Winstead, in Concord and
with' her son, Dr. Ashby Winstead,
hi Franklin. -
Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree has P
returned from a visit to friends in I;
Washington, D. C., and ha^ as her Jj
guest, Mrs. Annie May Clark, of St
Miss Mary Alice Gray and Pat
Gray of Cary spdat Sunday with Mr.
aad Mrs. W. J. Raafcegry . Mrs. Res
berry accompanied them home and
spent a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cayton and
children, Jean and Jan, spent Sun
day in' WUmington with Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd Parker and Misses
May and Sue Gay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N. Petteway
and son, Ernie, and Mr. a&4 Mrs. S.,
T. Lewis and daughter, Lou Taylor, j
have returned from a jrgek.'s Vaca
tion at Ocean Drive, S. C. ?>
Mr. and Xn,^ S. Hotchkiss and
?on, .Charles, of Elisabeth City spent
the week end with Mm. Corinne
Stilley. Mm. Hotohkiss and Charles
remained for several days.
Mrs. A. H. Joyner and daughter,
Miss Bettie, of Momhead arid Mr.,
and Mm/ A. H. Joyner of Norfolk,}
Va., spent yesterday with Mm. & G.
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Smith and
Miss Dorothy Smith will spM tha
week end in Wubtngton, DrC., with
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rector. Mrs.
Rector U the former Miss Frances
? were dieted to a table
I with a white cloth and cen
tered with a bowl of varicolored
zinnias where cheese straws, birds'
nest cookies, sand bars, potato chips,
pimentoCheese sandwiches and coca
colas were served. -
Zbmas were also used on the man
tles and tables. "
Records were' played throughout
MRS. JAMES a HOCK ADA Y
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Around SO neighbors and the femi
nine members Of households connected
with The Rouse Printery called upon
Mrs. James B. Hockpday Friday
morning at the ' invitation of Mrs.
G. Alex Rouse to fexten<l her a cor
dial welcome to Farmville as a resi
dent. .S' i
The affair, held from 10 to 11
o'clock, waa in the form of a surprise
coca cola party pad caught the hon
oree almost unaware as die was ex
pecting only the hostess and another
friend tb-call. Floral arrangements
and refreshments were earned in at
the time announcement was made of
the "storm party," a few ihinutes
prior_to arrival of first comers. As
tern, "dahlias, pompon, 'nramSr roses
ageratum and Verbena were used
throughout the new home, of the
Bockadays on Barrett street. ,
Refreshments, carrying the pastel
colors, consisted of sandwiches, Sa
ratoga chips, pickles, ogives, cookies,
salted nuts? floral mints and coca.
Mrs. Hockaday was presented a
package of kitchen accessories -by
the hostess and Mrs- W. A. Pollard,
Jr., and Mrs. Gar! "Damage, Jr., re
cent brides,? were remembered with
gifts. T "
Mrs. Hockaday and little daugh
ter, Georgia Tull, who had, been re
siding in Lillington pending comple
tion of their home, joined their hup
band and father here-recently. Mr.
Hockaday has been associated with
The Rouse Printery as junior pyt
ner sad editor.of the "fturmville En
terprise" since March. 4 .
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UBS. ROSCOE HONORED
BY MRS. W. J. RASBERRYj
Mn. V. W. Roscoe, of Wyoming,
<1 * housegttest and niece of Mi*
r J Rasberry, v/as comphmentea
' ? delightful neighbMhood^ coca
ta party given by the latter FriAiy
?noon lfrom'4 to 6 o'clock at her
>'on Belcher street, fat-which
arrangement of midsummer
i were used with artistic of
The 22?gttesta were bailed .upon to!
date some exciting Experience <tur
their honeymoon trip as a fea
rc of the entertainment. The con-l
ibutions covered * period of ,671
the first being that of Mrs.j
M Rowton. of Palatka, Fla.,1
st of Miw Mamie Davis,
, last being the story of a
r moping across the highway ju^l
front of the car while Mr. and
W. A. Pollard, Jr., were on the I
ine ' Driv* in Virginia on their
tour in May oi thisvyear. I
Homemade pound cake, salted!
,utb, mints and coca colas vTerej
IRS. JOHN C. PARKER
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB!
-Au Fait Club members-?nd addi-j
ional guests, Mrs. J. M. Carraway,
SS ice cream and]
Coea colas were
Mrs. Charles Ed
i high prize
__ the low.
i were used in the j
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rise, and f\
quetiipWts ^ ?^.-JBL^
part in the eonteata yesterday,
opening day of the annual Wilson
The princesses who are competing
for queea were honored at a lunch
eon given at the, Cherry hotel and
wera guests of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce at a' supper
held in the Christian "church, Thurs
Events scheduled for today include
a floral parade, a special farmers'
program at which J. P. Huts oil, head
of Tobacco Associates, will speak,
a coast-to-coast broadcast of the
"Chesterfield Supper Club," Oorona
tion of the new queen and a corona
MRS. MOORE ifONORS
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Mrs. W. H.- Moore, Jr., honored
Miss Lorraine Moore of Falkland,
bride-elect of this month, at a lovely]
bridge party At her home on Cfen
tentnea street Thursday afterhoon.
As guests arrived punch was . served
from a bowl surrounded by ivy. Mix
ed arrangements of summer flowers
were used in decorating," .Tallies and
score cards were in the bridal motif.
Miss Mattie Little of Falkland wan
the high score award, note paper;
the low prise, toilet water, went to
Mrs. Woodrow Woo ten of Falkland
The honoree was remembered_with
a corsage ft pink roses and crystal
in her pa* Win. . . ?
Marshmallow salad, sandwiches,
artichoke pickles, bri>wnies, ritz and
tea were served oh the tables which
hajl centerpieces of rose buds. The
hostess was assisted in serving by
her/ daughter, Misa Nancy Lu, and
by Mrs. JL (J Copenhaver.
Mr. sod Mrs.R. D. Rouse and Mr.
and Mrs. R. D, Rouse, Jr.,^entertain
ed at a barbecue dinner Sunday in
honor of \lheir house guests, Dr. and
Mrs. R. F. Eastman and sons, Rob
hie and- Tommie, of New Orleans,
La., and Mrs. R. E. ?Eastman of Pu
laski,. Va. Hie dinner, which consist
sd of barbecue, slaw, chicken, sand
wiches, corn bread, pickles, eake and
an iced drink, wa j served picnic style
Guests other thin the honorees
pere:v Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Andrews
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hack
ery and. children, Newport News, Va^,
Mrs. Lee Sadler, Lynchburg, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dkugfcety, Ports
mouth, Va.; and Mrs. Ralph
Daughety and son, Mrs. Bruee
Stocks and children, Mrs. O. G.
Daughety, Kinston; Qssie Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. John Shackleford and
sons, Mr. and Mrs. .A. C. Edwards
and son, Mrs. F. H. Taylor, Hooker
ton; Mrs. D. 0. Pate ami son, Goids
bpro; Mr. and Mrs, XL F.*Daughety,
Sr., Miss Perry 'Faye Gilbert, Rev.
and Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox and sons,
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HONORED AT PARTY
Miss Barbara Ann Hales of Balti
more, Md-, Who is spending the sua- '
mer .here, was honored by' 1
Mrs. H. W. Kemp, at
party Monday afternoon. ,
drinks, candy, cookies,
were served after the guests
ftd from the pool.
Mrs. A. B. Moork and Mrs. Manly
Liles were special guests and assist
ed in directing .games. -|j
GIVE FISH FRY
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dixtm enter
at a fish fry Tuesday even
honor of Mr. upd Mis. Bill
of Houston, Texas, whp are
ed, including facility
colleges fmA .JHHHHH
times of crowded colleges. Junior
college , athletic programs, inter-col
lege relations, increased recognition
Of the place 6f the junior college in
the educational program will be dis
cussed. w&hty" pr?^ ' .
Dr: E. % Coltrane, president of
firevard college is chairman of the
junior' college group. Dr." L. H.~
Campbell of Campbell college is vies
chairman, h . :i
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Mrs. Ray Smi& and son, Donnie
Ray, arrived Wednesday for a visit
to'friends and natives here.
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Mr. and Mrs.- ijenry Limbach of
Buffalo, -N. Y., announce the birth
of a daughter, Christine Marie, Wed
nesday, July 30. Mrs, limbach is
the former Miss Sue Wiggs, daugh
ter oat Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wiggs, of
Packamack Lake, N:'Y. Jft*. Wiggs
is the former Miss Mary Bynum of
Mr. and Mrs: Fepell Morgan an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Mary Alice, to Mr. Alton Bnfek,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brock
of near Farmville, Wednesday, July
9. The couple are now'making their
home gt 105 South Barrett street,
PUnbville. '?< '
BIRD CLUB NOTES
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Hummingbirds were studied at the
Bird club Saturday morning with
Chandler Cox reading an article
from the "tfatiomtl Geographic"
magazine telling about how Mr. and
Mys. Lawrence J. Webster, of Hold
erneas, N. H., trained them to be
come accustomed to human 'beings.
? Mrs. Webster, a bird lover for 35
yean, has died but ttie third genera
tion of her family is now caring for
the colony. The article recounts
the family's interesting expert i*ees
with .a hummingbird colony over a
period of nearly 20 years,, which
started lyhen Mrs. Webster took 19
this hobby in 1903. * . . "
The most important feeding sta
tion is one established on an opeh
piazza just outside the living and
dining room windows. Many kinds
of birds feed-in this haven but tj?e
bottles filled with sweethnad
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was Jocated tie previous year.
ob Special Days,- . . A distinctive Hfdbaaik Card
lifts your message out of the ordinary-?wings
your words of thooghtfulness sad tore straight
to the heart. ^
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MBS. 1. M. CARRAWAT, Manager
108 North Main Street.. .^onefflM ?. .Farmvffle, N. C.
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See the New PHILCO
Radios and Pht>nogrdphs
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