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Mrs. Cecil Dixon of Wilson spent
Sunday with Mrs. Louise Harris.
Douglas Kemp and Jack Paylor
left Monday to resume their studies
at State eollegeL
Mr. and lbs. Matthew Dail and
family visited in Wilson and Smith
Brace Darden left Saturday and
Allie Melton left Monday to epiter
State college, Raleigh.
Mrs. R. Q. Copenhaver and her
mother, Mrs. E. C. Beaman were
Greenville visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. S. L. Loving of Richmond,
Va., spent a few days this week here
with her husband.
Mrs. Marian Shirley and son, Ma
rion, Jr., of Raleigh spent Sunday
with Mrs. G. M. Shirley.
MrS. Thomas *E. Gladson of Green
ville spent the week end with her sis
ter. Mrs. Harry Dixon.
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Gregg and fam
ily 8. ent the week and in Pollocks
ville with relatives.
Mrs. Elmer Hinson and Mrs. R. R.
Newton, Jr., spent last Wednesday in
Mrs. Marvin Horton and son. Mar
vin, Jr., visited relatives in Eden ton
and Elisabeth City Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Knott Proctor and
daughter, Miss Hannah, of Greenville
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Darden, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack barden and Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Darden spent the week
end at Morehead.
Miss Elizabeth "Lang of Roanoke
Rapids will spend the week end with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Lang. - . i c
Mrs. Harry Dixon and daughter;
Melda, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kelly
spent Wednesday afternoon in Win
terville. * ^
Miss Margaret Coates, a member
of the SSotland Neck faculty, spent
the week end here with her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Coates. ~
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bundy and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy and sons'
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Bundy in Greenville Sunday.
Miss Maxine Warren, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren of
Speed, formerly of Farmville, enter
ed E. C. T. CL, Greenville, Monday.
Mrs. Anne Zeigler returned to her
home in Winthrop, Mass., Sunday
after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Jake
Mr. and Mrs. Graham McAdams of
Washington, D. C., spent the week
end here with his parents. ? Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. McAdams.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughan and
son, Jimmy, spent' Sunday in Leg
g?Ets with - Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist were
dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. H.
Staton in Rocky Mount Sunday even
Mrs Leon Janes, who uhderwent
an operation in Pitt General hospi
tal, Greenville, Tuesday mprning is
Miss Emily Gayle, a member of the
Princeton school faculty, spent the
week end with her brother, Charles
Mr. ana Mrs. jonn aasan ana ram-1
ily accompanied Mrs. Pheora Eason
of Selma, who spent the week end'
with them, to her home, Sunday
Mrs. Ranald Rice of Norfolk. Va,
and Mrs. Tatie Shirley and Mrs.
Frank Eason, Jr., of Snow Hill spent
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Elmer
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Daiden> spent
yesterday in Chapel Hil. Mrs. J. H.
Darden accompanied them as far as
Durham and is spending several days
Mrs. R. O. Lang, Mrs. W. C. Hoi
ston and their sister, Mrs. Nell Rog
ers of Lake Alfred, Fla, spent
several days of this week in Raleigh
as guests of Mrs. Fred Bryan.
Annette McAdams, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Graham McAdams of
Washington, D. C., underwent a ton
sillectomy in a Kins tan hospital
Mrs. Mattie Swam of Plymouth,
^ Jasper Swain of Roper and Mrs.
* Walter Clark and daughter, Josie,
of Alexandria, Va, spent last Thurs
day with Mrs. W. J. Rollins.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Bundy at
tended the Ladies night meeting of
the Junior Chamber of Commerce
in Robersonviile Tuesday night Mr.
Bundy was guest speaker.
Mrs. Frank Davis, Jr., Mis* Agnes
? Quinerly and Mrs. Lawrence Mo ye
of Maury accompanied Miss Ruby
Moye to Winston-Salem Thursday
when Miss Moy* resumed her
Horton Rountree and
Cathy, of Chapel Hill,
1-00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
7:30 p. m. ? Executive Board,
Woman's Society of Christian
Service, Methodist, meets at the
home of Mrs. S. G. Gardner.
7:45 p. m.?Group 1, Christian,
meet# with Mrs, A. G. Tumage.
8:00 p. m.?Garden Club / meets
with Miss Tabitha DeVisconti.
10:80 a. m.?Executive ? Commit
tee, Woman's Missionary Socie
ty, Baptist, mast# with Mrs. H.
3:80 p. m.?Troop 4, Girl Scouts.
3:80 p. m.?Troop 2, Giri Scouts,
meets with Mrs. Walter Jones.
7:00 p. m.?Rotary. \
8:00 p. m.?Group 3, Christian,
meets with Mrs. John Barrett
8-00 p. m.?Group 4, Christian,
meets with Mm. Robert Lee
Smith. * * ' " '
8:80 p. m.?Altar Guild, Episco
pal, meets with Mrs, Frank
Wednesday, October f '
2:30 p. m.?Ballard's Home De
3:30 p. m.?Literary Club meets
with Mrs. John E. Joyner.
3:30 p. m.?Brownies.
8:00 p. m?Free Will Baptist
Auxiliary meets with Mrs. C. G.
'3:00 p. m.?Au Fait Club meets
with Mrs. Jimmy Harden.
3:30 p. m.?Pnhbyterian Juniors.
7:30 p. nv?Junior Order.
8:00 d. m.?Group 2, Christian.
3:00 p. m.?Lamrad Club meets
with Mrs. J. Y. Monk, Jr.
3:30 p. m.?Rebecca Winbome
chapter, U. D. C., meets with
. Mrs. Preston Murphrey at the
home of Mm. G. M. Hold an.
4;00 p. m.?D. A. R. meets at
chapter house. ?
7:00 p. nv?American Legion.
10:00 a. m.?Bind Club.
9:00 p. m.?Dance Club meets at
Country Club with Mr. and Mrs.
E. N. Petteway7*Mr. and Mm.
Billy Smith -and Dewey Fuquay
as hosts. *
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rasberry an
'pending a few days in Raleigh and
Ann Melton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tony Melton, underwent a ton
?illectomy in Gnenviile Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Sam D, Bundy and
ons will spent Saturday evening in
taleigh where Mr. Bundy will ad
Iress the Baraca-Philathea Sunday
School class of the Tabernacle Bap
ist church at its forty-seventh an
liversary meeting. His subject will
>e "Wake Up and Live."
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood was hostess to
he Merry Matrons Tuesday gfter
loon at her home in which fall flow
:rs were in decorative arrangements.
"This Is a Man's World, Maybe"
vas the subject of the talk given by
drs. B. R. Fields, guest speaker. In
omparing the position of men with
vomen, she brought out the ad vant
iges women have over the opposite
iex in that the former always have
neal tickets .and can slow down
rhen they begin growing old but
nen must keep working and seldom,
f ever, dp they get free meals.
Vomen can wear a variety of colors
md different types of clothes but
nen are tied to custom and must
vear the same styles winter and sum
The hostess was assisted in serving
i fruit salad plate, pickles, cheea
frraws and cnut by Mrs. C. H. Joy
ter and Mrs. W. Leslie Smith,
special guests sharing in pleasures
>f the afternoon were Mrs. E. S
Coatee, Mrs. I. D. Kirklin, Mrs. Joy-*
Fields and Miss Edna Robkison.
D. A. R. TO
FRIDAY, OCTOBER S
The initial fall meeting of the
Major Benjamin May chapter, D. A.
R., will be held FViday, October 8, at
L o'clock fa, the chapter horn*
Mrs. T. C. Turnage, regent, Mrs. E.
B. Beasley, of Fountain, Mrs. W. C.
Holston and Mrs. a Alex Rouse
From Patterson <CUtf.) Irrigator
A four o'clock
rriony at the
y. Sect.^4 ioinei
Jo Wood, daughter of Mr. and 1
William H. Wood, and Richard. A.
Joyner, Jr., eon of Mr. and Mr*. R.
A. Joyner, of Farmville, North Caro
lina, in matrimony.
The church was decorated with
baskets of white glads and chrysan
themums. Preceding the ceremony,
Leslie Chilean sang "Because" and
following the ritas he rendered "The
Lord's Prayer." Mia. Carlson played
the wedding march. JL'i'v '''2
Rev. R. C. Pooley officiated and
the bride was given away by bar
father. ti'C ..
The bridal gown was of ivory bro
caded satin with sweetheart neckline,
long pointed sleeves, long train and
bustle. Her finger-tip tulle veil was
fashioned with a crown of pearls sad
she carried a bouquet of orchids,
bouvardia and lillies of the valley.
Her only Jewelry was a single strand
of pearls and matching earrings, the]
gift of the groom.
Miss Beverly Joan Wood, sister of |
the bride, was maid of honor. Her]
white taffeta -gown was designed |
with off-the-ahoulder lines, tight bo- |
dice and full sldrt She carried
bouquet of red roses.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Yates |
Hamilton of Stockton and Mn. C. E.
Ptacek of Berkeley, both school
friend* of the bride. Their dresses
were of white taffeta faille, also
fashioned off the shoulder. They car
ried yellow roses and wore coronets |
of white carnations.
The flower girl was little Patricia |
McKowan of San Francisco, cousin
of the bride. Her gown was a repli
ca of the other attendants jsnd she
curled a basket of forget-me-nots, |
asters and lilUes of the valley. HH
The mother of the bride was at- ]
tired in an afternoon gown of brown
crepe with frost white accessories. |
Her corsage was of green orchids.
Best man was Yates Hamilton and j
ushers were Glen Wood, brother of
the bride, and Eldon Webster, Jr., of]
Fresno, cousin of the bride.
Following the ceremony 250 guests |
were received at the Hotel del Puer
to, where the newlyweds cut .their
four-tier bride's cake. Miss Rosalie
Usher of Sacramento and Mrs. Jack [
Martin of San Francisco aervad.
Hie cake was served from a white ]
Chinese linen cover with inserts . of
lace and embroidery. White glads,
stocks and bouvardia provided the
floral setting, arranged by Mrs. E. L.
For her going away outfit, the j
bride was attired in a grey wool suit I
and gabardine top coat with -white
waist, purple hat and orchid ooraage.
The couple went east for a honey
moon to be spent visiting in Illinois J
and Indiana and with the grpom's]
parents. They will make their home
at 619 Wills Forest, Raleigh, North [
The rites climaxed a war-time ro-1
mance which had its inception at
Camp Kohler, near Sacramento,]
where the groom was stationed dur
ing a part of five years Amy Signal
Corps service. The bride was em- [
ployed there at the time.
A graduate of the local school and
of-a Stockton business college, the
bride has recently completed a term
ss international president of the Ven
The groom is a graduate of the
University of NqMh Carolina and is
office manager of. Burroughs Add
ing Machine Company in Raleigh.
Accompanying parties incidental to
the rites included a bridal dinner
Saturday night at the Hotel del
Puerto which the following attended:
Messrs. and Meadames W. H. Wood,
C. E. Ptacek, Yates Hamilton; Mrs.
Ralph McKowan; the Misses Bever
ley Jean Wood and Patsy" McKowan,
end Messrs. George Wood of Roches
ter, N. Y? and Eldon Webster, Jr.
Sunday morning a bridal breakfast
st the Wood home set places for 22,
sod in the evening ninety out-of
town relatives and friends were en
tertained at a supper party in the
Wood home garden following the
Officers wen chosen; for the auxil
CAN LEGION AUXILIARY
the initial fall meeting
y afternoon as follows: Mrs.
Rollins, president; Mrs. W. R.
vice president; Mrs. B. R.
Fields, secretary; Miss Mamie Davis,
treasurer; Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt, chap
lain. Miss Mamie Davis turned the
meeting over to Mrs. Rollins, who
accepted the presidency in a few
The opening ceremony of the
pledge to the flag, singing of nation
al anthem and repeating of the pre
amble were .used after which Mrs. A.
W. Bobbitt read from the eighth
chapter of John and led in prayer.
Christinas gifts for patients at
Oteen were plumed.
the program presented by
Hie fourth stanza of
was used as a closing
n. a. e. .
- - m1^ COWfut
and mints. Coca colas
issad later in the afternoon.
Mrs. Herman Baker scored high
for greets and was awarded a double
deck of Oongrens cards; Mrs. John
Lewis received the'consolation, a box
of note paper. Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist
retained the slam prize. Mrs. John
Paylor was given high score prize for
club members, a kitchen gadget Hie
hostess remembered her sister, Mrs.
Nell Bogets of Lake Alfred, Fku.
with a box of note paper.
Dahlias, marigolds, zinnias and
ivy were used in artistically .decora
ting the first floor. Each table was
centered with a vase of summer
BRIDGE CLUB '
Farmville's newest bridge club was
formed Tuesday eventttg at the home
of Miss Anne Jones with the follow
ing as members: Mrs. Bill Candler,
Mrs. Carl Greene, Mrs. Ixxnnie
Pierce, Mrs. Robert P. Wheless, Mrs.
Joseph Joyner, Miss Mary Home Ty
son, Miss Mary Ann TowneeOd, Miss
Elvira Tyson and Miss Jonas.
Tin club will meet the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month.
Arrangements of somas and roses
were used in the Jones home.
High score award, a pink vase, was
received by Miss Elvira Tyson. Miss
Townaend was given the consolation
prize, note paper.
Chocolate nut sundaes and devil's
food cake were served after cards
were laid aside.
. Mrs. George Moore, Jr., who to
hostess to her bridge club Wednes
day afternoon, had as additional
guests, Mrs. Irvin Morgan, Jr., Mrs.
R. D. Harris and Mrs. Walter Jones.
Handpainted trays were presented
to Mrs. R. V. Fleer, who scored high
for the club, and to Mrs. Morgan,
who scored high for gueftts. The low
award, a jar of chee-wees, went to
Mrs. R. T. Monk.
Coconut cake topped with cream I
and cherries and coffee were served
by the hostess who used dahlias and |
marigolds in decorating her home.
AU tfAIT CLUB
The Au Fhit club was entertained
Thursday afternoon I by Mrs. Jack
Darden in her home , which was deco
rated for the occasion with sinnas,
marigolds and ivy. ,
As club members arrived ice cream
topped with chocolate sauce and cho
colate cake were served. During the
games cock colas, and cheese straws
Mrs. Allen Drake scored high and
received padded coat hangers. The
consolation prize, a handkerchief
case, went to Mrs. Carroll Oglesby.
Jimmy Joyner son of Mr. and Mid.
C. Hubert Joyner, was host to 25
friends Friday afternoon in celebra
tion of his eighth birthday. Whistles
and crickets were given as favors.
The guests Were served individual
cakes, ice cream, candy and suckers
from tables placed on the spacious
porch of the home. The birthday cake
decorated,with pink and green trim
mings was used'as a centerpiece.
|HOME ECONOMICS TEACHERS
HAVE MEETING IN AYDEN
I The monthly meeting of the Pitt
ICounty Vocational Home Economics
teachers was held on Tuesday, Sept.
16, in the Ayden Home Economics
department with Mrs. Elsie Edwards
acting as hostess. The meeting was
called to order by the chairman, Alya
Rae Taylor, and the minutes were
read by the secretary, Nora Lee Hin
New business started with a dis
cussion of the exhibits for the county
fair which is to beld in Greenville,
Oct. 20. It was left up to the in
dividual teacher whether or not she
will have an exhibit since the prepa
ration time for it ia so
Greenville FJLA. chapter is to be
hostess for the first county unit F.
H. A. meeting which is to be held on
October 4 in Greenville high school.
All F. H. A members In the county
are eligible to attend. Non-vocational
them to organise F. H. A chapters
in their schools. A district
of F. H. A. is to be held on October |
home. - 4 ? sjffjgj
Rev. J. C. Moye of Snow Hill offi
ciated. The soloist was Miss Mary
Ida Moye of Snow Hill. ?
The couple entered togethed un
attended. The bride wore a gown pf
white satin fashioned with a sweet
heart neckline, long sleeves which
ended in 'points over the wrists and
a full skirt. Tiny covered buttons
extended down the back of the fitted
bodice. The shoulder length veil Ml
from a crown of seed pearls. Her
only ornament was a string of
pearls. She carried a nosegay of
mixed white flowers.
After the weddiiig patents of the
bride entertained at a reception. The
dining table was covered with a
white cloth and was decorated with
a miniature bride and groom, an ar
rangement of white flowers and tap
ers. Ice cream, cake and mints were
served by Mrs. Brooks, assisted by
Mrs. J. C. Moye ami Mrs. James
Mrs. Lrtchworth is the daughter of
Mr. and Mis. Clyde Brooks. Sgt.
Letchworth is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Letchworth, Sr.
For traveling the bride changed to
a sky blue suit with which she wore
black accessories and a corsage lift
ed from her nosegay. Upon their re
turn the couple will temporarily
make their home with the bride's pa
Activities Of Local
. Church Organizations
Manuals containing programs and
an outline of work for the coming
church year, were distributed at the
Episcopal auxiliary Monday after
noon by Miss Helen Smith, president,
who conducted the devotional muling
and prayer. Arrangements for tak
ing care "bf the church and entertain-;
ing the rector for the next year were
worked out. A discussion on serving
the luncheon for the Convocation at
Edenton which meets here October
22 was hekL
Mrs. John Wilkes was cordially
welcomed into the membership of
the group. Thank you notes from
people who had been remembered
with flowers during illnesses or
deaths in their families were read.
A short prayer adjourned the
meeting which was held in the home
of Mrs. R .S. Scott with the president
Circle 5 of the Woman's Society
met in the home-of Mrs. Eli Joyner,
Jr., Monday" afternoon with Mrv. J.
M. Carraway, guest speaker, contin
uing the study of women of the Bible
by talking about Ruth. The devo
tional reading was given by Mrs.
Herbert E. Hart.
Announcement was made that Mrs.
Robert Teel's name had been added
to the roll.
During the social hour pineapple
sundaes and fancy cookies were
served by the hostess.
Ray Moore based the devotional on.
II Kings 4:8-11 at the Presbyterian
Juniors Thursday afternoon. In con
clusion he told the story, "Room for
a Friend." The leader, Mrs. J. M.
Stansill, related the article, "Hour
Grandmother's Bible Helped."
Following the business session
Mrs. Stansill served iced drinks,
sandwiches and pickles.
NEW DEAL <XUB
The New Deal Club was entertain
ed'Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. S.
A. Roebuck, who had as an addi
tional guest, Mrs. W. A. Pollard, Jr.
Marigolds, used in floral decoration
of the Roebuck home, emphasized the
asonal color note ef gold.
In the progressive games Mrs. G.
Alex Rouse won the. high score
award, a set of individual crystal salt
servers, and Mrs. Pollard received the
consolation prize, a bath toweL
Lemon bisque, Saratoga chips and
coffee were served when cards were
Gus Ross Roebuck assisted his
mother in serving and receiving. M
During a short business session,
Mrs. G. Alex Rouse was elected as
president and Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist as
secretary-treasurer to succeed Mrs.
A. W. Bobbitt and Mrs. W. Leslie
Smith who had served for the past
the Brownies' meeting Wednesday
in the absence of Johnnie
te of the
at a Scout
Morgan and Gaye Pippin,
will ba held on. the i
and fourth Fridays. Miss
teacher and adviser, was asked to of
fer suggestions for a club name at
the first regular meeting today (Fri
The second year Spanish class or
ganised and held its first
Monday, Officers elected were: Lola
Grey Kemp, president; Bille John
son, vice president; Manley Wooten,
secretary-treasurer; Jean Baker,
gram chairman; Betty Rose
son and ^mron Tyson, social chair
men. J $.
"La Paloma" (The ftove) was se
lected as the class song.
P After singing "Americd" and
peating the Lord's Prayer in ^Span
ish the members heard a talk on
Mexico by Aaron Tyson. Spanish
games and songs were enjoyed dur
ing the latter part of the meeting. ?
- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wilson of
Greenville announce the birth of a
laughter, Linda Kay, Saturday in
Pitt General hospital Mrs. Wilson
is the former Miss Inez Williams of
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