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Mr*. Tom Herring of
ited Mil Fred Smith
Jimmy Pollard spent the <
in Wilm with Mr*.
Mn. IL C. Shirley
end with friend* mi
Mn. W. A. Pollard, Jr., is visiting
her mother, Mm McCdchern, in Un
of Atlanta, Ga., will be guests of Mr.
and Mil Eli Joyner, Jr., Monday
Mn. A. G. fionghtcn at Norfolk,
Va., spent last week with Mil R. L.
F. L Oates of Hartsville, S. C., ar
rived tills week to be qp the tobacco
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradham and
eon, Frank, spent Thursday in
Mrs. Lowell Liles and son of Ra
leigh an spending several- days with
Milton Williamson will leave Tues
day to resume his studies at Wake
Miss Louise Farrior of Warsaw and
Richmond, Va., spent Monday night
with friends here.
Roland Bailey of Basse*, Va., is
spending several day* with Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Kemp.
Cari Joyner of Charlotte spent
Wednesday night with his mother,
Mrs. C. C. Joymr.
Mr. and Mrs. Potts of Charlotte
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. -C. Tucker
and family Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Smith left Tuesday
to resume her work as a teacher in
the Wilson schools.
Mrs. J. F. Hart has returned from
an extended visit to relatives in Vir
ginia and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Johnson and
daughter, Henripeari, will spend the
week end in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hockaday
and daughter spent the week end in
I.illington and SanfOrd.
Miss Teresa Wainwright and Jim
Harper Aswell of Snow Hill spent
Sunday at Carolina Beach.
Lt. and Mrs. Cecil May of Inngley
Field, Va., visited Miss Tabitha De
Visconti Monday afternoon.
Dave Howell and Clayton Reid of
Wake Forest were guests of Milton
Williamson last Wednesday.
Mrs. Mary F. Howard and Miss
Georgia Howard spent Friday with
Mrs. Max McLeod in Dunn.
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood attended the
monthly meeting of the welfare
board in Greenville yesterday.
Mrs. Paul Matheaon of Norfolk,
Va, will spend the week end with her i
daughter, Mrs. Eli Joyner, Jr. I
Rev. and Mrs. J. Bascom Hurley of
Cedar Grove spent Wednesday night
with Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Clegg.
Mr. sad Mrs. J. C. Manning of
Williamston spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. Henrietta M. Williamson.
Mrs. T. R. Mizelle and Mrs. C. W.
Blackwood and son, Carl, spent Sun
day in Rocky Mount and Nashville.
J H. Bvnura and son, Joe, attend
ed a performance of "The Lost Colo
ny" at Manteo daring the week end.
Mrs. Bob Merritt of Greenville is
spending several days with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Carraway.
Mi? Frances Lewis left Monday
to begin her duties as dietician at
the State School fpr the Blind in
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood will attend a
meeting of the group chairman of
Albemarle Presbyterial in Crisp this
Mis. R. Leroy Rollina and son,
Robert, joined Mr. Rolltas at
Wrightsville Beach ssid spent the
Mi? Rosemary Holmea left Mon
day for Raleigh where she will teach
English and music at Hugh M orson
high school. - , ^ __
Miss Margaret Coates left Tuea
day to assume her duties as a mem
ber of the faculty of the Scotland
Mi- Elisabeth Leng will leave
during the week end to resume her
duties as a member of the Roanoke
Rapids faculty. ? u i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Mosingo.
and son, Charles, Jr., have moved
into their new honfe on Omrtii street
in Victory Pw* ^ . . .
I Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bnnson and
children and Mr. and Mi*. Walter
Burgess and family spent the week
"ir^and Mis. J. W. Holmes spent
the week end in Hertford and also
a performance of "The
Mrs. R. A.
. Joyce and Irene,
fille were guests of Mr. and
8:80 p. in.?1
8:80 p. lb.?Woman's Missionary
8:80 p. m.?Woman's Society of
Christian -Service, Methodist
?7:00 p. nv?Kiwaais. ; .
9*0 v>. m_?Troop 4, Girl Scouts,
meats at high school. pp*fS|
'7*0 p. m.?Rotary. ?? .
8:00 p. m.?Annie Perkins jSircle,
Baptist, meets with Mrs. David
Quinn and Mrs. Albert Lewis at
the home of the latter.
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
8:30?Brownies meet, at high
2:30 p. m.?Farmville Home Dem
onstration Chib meets at the
clubhouse with Mrs. Bennett
Tyson and Mrs. S. F. Hobgood
7:30 p. m?Mapans.
7:30 p. m.?Buraette-Rouse Post,
v. f. y/.
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
Friday, 12 *3g
3:15 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Walter Jones. '
3:30 p. m.?Woman's Club meets
at the home of Mrs. J. M. Hob
3:45 p. m.?Merry Matrons meet
with Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt.
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lee and chil
dren^ Miss Aileen Flanagan and Carl
Ro?rwof Nashville. Ga., spent Son
day at Atlantic Beach.
G. A. O'Brien of Worcester, Mass.,
has returned to his home after a
visit to his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Cleveland Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Stewart and
son, Conrad, Jr., of Orlando, Fla.,
are visiting Mrs. Stewart's brothers,
Frank and Louis Williams.
Mrs. Katie Dixon Pugh has return
ed to her home after a visit to rela
tives and friends id Norfolk, Vs.,
Grandy and Elizabeth City.
Shipley Ryotn spent th$ week end
in Mullins, S. C., with Gary Burton
Rogers, who returned with him and
is spending several days here.
Mrs. R. L. Spivey, Mrs. Myrtle
Roebuck and Mrs. W. G. Gurganus
spent the week end and Labor Day
in Norfolk, Va., visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peck and I
son of fcankakee, 111., and Amos Mo
zingo of Norfolk, Via., will spend two
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mo
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Hart and
son and Mrs. J. F. Hart visited Mrs.
Jesse Smith and infant daughter at
Woodard -Herring hospital, Wilson,
Miss Janie Johnston of Baltimore,
Md., and Mrs. Lucy Rumley of
Washington,* D. C., spent the week
end with their mother, Mrs. Pearl
Mrs. Pearl Johnston had as her
guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Johnston and family of Durham and
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lee Pike of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Windham and
8an and Mr. and Mrs. W. R Dixon,
Jr, and daughter, Barbara Ann, of
Wilson spent th? week end at Minne
so tt Beach.
Mrs. P. B. Hargett and daughters,
Misses Bobie, Helen and Peggy, of
Pollockaville spent. Monday after
noon with their daughter and sister,
Mrs. M. J. Gregg.
. Mrs. G. Alex Rouse, Mrs. James B.
Hockaday and daughter, Georgia
Tull, Mrs. J. W. Joyner and Mrs.
John B. Wright. Jr., of Wilson spent
Thursday in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gilmore
Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Pollard and
daughter, Ann, and W, C Carter
spent the week end at Roanoke Is
land and Nags Head.
Mrs. a B. Mash hum, Sr., accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Shytle and
daughter. Mise Barbara, of. Silver
Springs, Md., to Canada where they
ington, D. C, after a visit to rela
" son, |4k?
C., spent the week e?
gar H. Jones. Mrs. Jones
daughter remained for an
Mr. and Mrs. Graham McAdams
and children of Warrington, D. C.,
spent the week end with Mr. and
rs. W. A. McAdams. Annette re
mained for a visit * to her grand
Mrs. R. L. Matthews returned,
home last Saturday after spending
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Matthews in Norfolk, Va., and Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Matthews in Ports
Mia* Wilms Stansill, who received
a degreee in June from Woman's
College in Greensboro, left Tuesday
for Kannapolis where she is s mem
ber of the faculty of one of the
Miss Margaret Smith and Mrs.
Sam Lewis spent several days last
week in South Boston ,Va., with Miss
Smith's sister, Mrs. John R. Hill.
Mrs. Hill, who was critically ill, is
reported'as Seing much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Spell, Jr., and
family of Goldaboro, .Miss Hazel
Spell and Mr. and Mrs. Addison
Sprague and family of Durham and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lament and
daughter, Barbara, of Rochester, N.
were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. G. Spell.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Smith an
nounce the birth of s daughter,
Nancy Jessica, Monday, September 1,
in a Wilson hospital. Mrs. Smith 4a
the former Ruth Hart.
Mr. and Mm C B. Deviea of Port
land, Ore., announce the birth of a
son, Keith Newton, Tueaday, August
26, ill a Portland hospital. Mrs. Da
vies is the former Mary Frances
Newton of Farmville.
Mr. and Mm Edward Mosingo an
nounce the birth of a daughter, Lin
da Cheryl, at Parrott's hospital, Kin
gton, Aug 3. Mm Mosingo is the
former Miss Janie Christman of
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
The Junior Woman's Club held its
initial meeting of the new year at
the Country Club Tuesday evening
with Mrs. W. C. Garner, Mrs. C. S.
Edwards, Mrs. J. R. Harris and Mrs.
J. T. Nolen as hostesses. A supper
consisting of ham, potato salad, rolls,
pickles, ice cream, cake and tea. was
served after which Mrs. Gamer pre
sided over the business session. Mrs.
S. T. Lewis asked the invocation.
Miss Margaret Sipith was selected
as second vice president and Mrs. 7.
T. Carr, as parliamentarian to com
plete the list of executive officers.
Departmental chairmen were an
nounced as follows: youth conserva
tion, Mrs. J. R. Hams, Mrs. J. T.
Noleti, Mrs. Sam Lewis; American
citizenship, Mrs. Claude Tyson; art,
Mrs. Stuart Sugg; American home,
Mis. Frank Williams; literature,
Mrs. Dewey Hathaway; public wel
fare, Mrs. W. H. Duke; music, Miss
Margaret Smith; education, Mrs.
Archie Cayton; international rela
tions, Mrs. Robert Wheleas.
Other chairmen are: program and
hostess, Mrs. J. D. Joyner; yearbook,
Mrs. J. D. Joyner; programs, Mrs.
Melton Allen; rqgmberehip, Mrs. Al
len Drake;-point system, Mrs. Rob
ert Fields; ways and means, Mrs. J.
R. Harris; railing, Mrs. Richard
New members welcomed at the
meeting were: Mib. 7. T. Carr, Mm.
7oy Styero, Mrs. Doris G. Pratt,
Km. M. D. Brinson, Mrs. J. M. Gibbs,
Mm. Allep M. Harris, Mrs. Carroll"
Ogfesby, Mrs. Loraiie Pierce,' Mm. W.
T. Candler, Mm. Chester Outland
and Mm, James B. Hockaday.
Miss Mary Thome Tyson made an
appeal to the members to register
aiyd vote in tjfib coining hospital elec
A social period was held after ad
BOOK AND BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. R. V. Fleer, Mm. R. D. Har
ris and Mm. W. A Allen wen spe
cial guests when Mm. T. 8. Ryan en
tertained the Book and Bridge club
Friday afternoon. As guests arrived
potato chip#, brownies
s served. Later coca
Mrs. W. S. Boyster scored high for
Lhe club members. Mrs. LstttMor
? compiled low scoro and Mrs. J.
vst Trvewrv ss iLa
MV/uBt FBGMveHHH ' .*?*" IttWllilg
prise. The high score prize for
guests went - to Mn. Madeline H.
Rountree sad the low to Mrs. Wil
liam S. Finn. .*-? ? |g|H- \
Homemade ice cream and cake
Special gaestt included Mrs. W? C.
Murray of Washington, D. C? Mrs.
VmAaiin* Bountree of St. Paters
burg, Fla., Mrs. Fbm, Miss Marfch
Thompson, Miss Anna L. Jones and
Miss Hasel Baker, mm: ~
A dramatization of the Brownie;
story with Miss Dora Mae Barrett as
reader was given by old members of <
the Brownies for the new members!
and leaden at the initial meeting of
the fall season Wednesday afternoon.
Mtb. George Fair, who 'was leader of
the groups last year, was hostess on
her lawn. . ? -X ;4'
Nan Williams, troop leader, led in
repeating the Brownie promise and
the salute to the flag. New officers
chosen for the coming six months are I
troop leader, Jane Joyfler; treasurer,
Marion Pickett; secretary, Blanche
Satterthwaite. Brenda Barrett, Lin
da Mewbom and Henri pearl Johnson
ware welcomed as new members.
The old members gave a car stunt
after which the Brownie song was
Fruit juice and cookies were ser
ved by Mrs. Farr to nine members
and the leader, Mrs. Henry Johnson,
and her assistants, Mrs. J. R. Harris
and Miss Dora Mae Barrett
SALLY IRENE BAKER
Sally Irene Baker, nine-year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Baker of Fountain, died in Rocky
Mount Tuesday afternoon, following
an extended illness.
Funeral, services were held from
the home of her parents Wednesday
afternoon at 6 o'clock, conducted by
the Rev. A. G." Courtney, Presbyter
ian minister of Raleigh, assisted by
the Rev. R. L. West, Baptist minis
ter of Fountain.- Interment was in
the Fountain cemetery.
Surviving in addition to the pa
rents are one sister, Bftty Sue, of
the heme and her maternal grand
mother, Mrs. B. F. Bundy of Pine
The stpres in Fountain were closed
during the funeral hour.
MRS. HATTIE TYSON
N * -
Mrs. Ifattie Tyson, 74, wife of the
late Ivey Tynan, died at her home
near . Farmville Saturday. afternoon
following a long illness. Funeral
services were held at the home Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, conduct
ed by the Rev. L. B. Manning and J
the Rev. W. L. Hart, v Free Will Bap
tist ministers. Interment .was in
the family Cemetery hear the home.
She was a member of Friendship
Free Will Baptist Church. Surviv
ing are five daughters, Mrs. B. P.
Beaman, Mrs. J. C. Cobb, Mrs. Ly
man Morgan, Mrs. Hubert Tugwell
and Pearl Tyson, all of near Farm
ville; two sons, Bennett and Carl
Tyson of Farmville; one sister, Mrs.
Jennie Jones of Stantonsburg; one
brother, Johnnie Woo ten of Farm
ville; a number pf grandchildren and
AUGUST BUILDING PERMITS
- ; '
Building permits issued by the
Tewn of Farmville during the month
of August totaled $19,000 and were
granted to the following:
I Curtis Massey, residence, $2,000;
M. L, Eason, Jr., residence, $2,000;
F. T. Caw, residence, $2,000; F. T.
Carr, residence, $2,000; A.' p. Letch
worth, Jr., residence, $2,000; Mrs.
Ethel Thornton, residence, $6,000;
Made Abrams, store, $8,000.
TIME TO FILE FOR TERMINAL
LEAVE PAY EXTENDED YEAR
The Pitt county veterans service
officer, Arthur B. Corey, announceo
that the tfmc -for filing applications
for terminal leave pay has been ex
tended to September 1, 1948. It is
urged that all veterans of World
War II who have pot heretofore filed
their applications do so at once.
| NOTE OF THANKS
I wish to express my deepest ap
preciation for tim many kindnesses
shown me during my reeedt illness^
J. A. Gregory.
TEACHES AT MOSS HILL
V ? ? ? , n nnnn rl
the United States National
at Washington D. C., from this is
6? The chachalaca keeps its singing
period in time with the an The
regular evening recitals come later
?ml later with the advancing season
until hy the end of April it.is almost
7:30 before the echoes dwindle away.
Dawn Si announced with as much en
thusiasm as the day's end. This bird!
common resident is the
yellow-breasted trogon which . .eats
while on whig. Parakeets, motmots,
redstarts, forest sparrows snd quail
doves are known only in Veracruz.
' There are the white-throated bat
falcon, laughing falcon, Mexican
black hawk mid many waders, divers
and swimmers. The yellow-tailed ori
ole is a ventriclo, quiet and hard to
find when singing in the rushes.
? The royal flycatcher has a folded
crest which opens like a fan and
when lowered is concealed by long
feathers. There are blue, plush, ant
and crimson colored tanagere. The
tanagers are exclusively American
and are found from Canada to Ar
The most beautiful species of the
trogon is th& long-plumed quetzal,
oncp sacred to the Mayas, and noir
the national bird of Guatemala.
Material for the study was gather
ed by Walter Webb when he was on
the fifth expedition to southern Mex
ico sponsored Jointly by the National
Geographic Society and the. Smith
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