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.Mm Bert McOpm, of Umtovil
Ky, to visiting ??M? "
Mrs. Virginia Howwtw
week end in Bailey with frianfc
Mrs. L. E. Lovle of KfasMT
SyAy with tor father, J. E.
Miss Edna Boone spent the
?d with her parents near Nathalie ]
Miss Cordelia "Vinson of Durham
spent last week end with her sister
Mrs. Paul Allan, Jr.
Mrs. H. P. Chandler of W
Point, Va., to visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Z. B. T. Owe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wr Kemp and
daughter, Miss Lola Grey, spent
Sunday in Zebulon. ,
U.M Hasel Spell of Durham spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. G. Spell.
Mrs. D. O. Pate of Goldsboro is
spending this week With her sister,
Mrs. R. D. Bouse.
Mrs. Leon E. Jones, a patient at
Pitt General hospital, Greenville, is
reported as improving nicely.
Mrs. Madeline Rountree and Mrs.
Mattie Taylor, who to visiting here,
spent Tuesday morning in Greenville.
Mrs. C. R. Thome and daughter,
Paula Sue, of Norfolk, Va., are
guests of Mr. and Mrs.-R. A. Joyner.
Miss Sarah Lee Taylor of Rocky
Mount spent the week end with Mr.
and Jlrs. H. H. Bradham.
Mr "and Mrs. J. 0. Pollard were
Richmond, Va., visitors last Thurs
day and Friday.
J Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jones are]
I visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
II. Blakeley, Meridian, Misa.
1 Mm J. L. Rumley and Mrs. George
Iwilkerson of Greenville visited rela
Itives here Sunday afternoon.
I Mm Fred C. Darden and Mm J.
lyy. Parker spent Monday afternoon
[in Kinston. "
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Speight, Jr..
land Hap Nichola spent Friday-night
|in Raleigh and attended the Raleigh
Vilson high school football game.
_ Friends will regret to learn that
[Mrs. Pearl Johnston is confined to
|her home due to injuries received in
minor fall last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson re
turned Friday after spending a few
Jdays toi Washington, D. C., and I
Alexandria, Va. - . . I
W. C. Askew, who is receiving j
|treatment at Woodard-Herring hos-|
(pital, Wilson, to reported as improv
ling slowly. .
| Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Da via and
[daughter, Miss Jean, of Littleton, I
[spent several hours Saturday with
1 Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Clegg.
Rev. and Mrs. N. W. Grant and
[daughter, Nancy Nichols,- of Rich
1 Square spent several hours last Mon-1
ay with Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Clegg.
Ml? Wilma Stansill, a member of j
_ Kannspolis grammar school facul
ty, spent the week end with her par
nts, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stansill.
Mr. and Mm W, H. Duke spent
toy in Selroa where they at-1
the funeral of the letter's I
John F. Brown. I
Mm W. H. Duke and son, Billy, I
[left Tuesday to spend the remainder I
of the week visiting relative* in Boa- j
oke Rapids. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Barrett, Jr., and
[daughter, Julia Brent, of Goldsboro
[spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. I
Mm T. M. Micelle has retained to
home of her son, T. R, Micelle,
spending the summer with rela-1
in Ahoskie and Windsor.
_ Rev. Z. B. T. Gpx visited Miss Sue
Taylor, who to a patient at James
|Walker hospital, Wilmington, Tues-1
, B. S. Smith, Jr., arrived
day night from Virginia Beach, Va.,
[for a visit with his parents, Mr. and f
Mrs. Bert Smith.
Mrs. Mattie Taylor of High P<
?the guest of Mm Dora H. Keel,
pend the week end Mth Miss Laura j
r in Kinston. I
Horton, Jr., student at the
y of North Carolina, will]
, week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mm M. V. Horton.
Mr. and Mm Fred T, Langford of
_Jregnvffle spent the week end with]
Mm Langford's parents, Mr.
Mrs. T. E. Joyner, Sr.
3:30 p. m. ?Woman's Sodety at
/ Christian Sewice, Methodist
8.00 p. m. ? Workers' Council of
3KX) p. m.?Contract Club meets
with Mrs. Z. M. Whitehurst
3:30 p. m.?Troops 2 and 4, Girl
Scouts, meet at nigh school.
7.00 p. m.?Rotary. -*->W
7:46?Joint meeting of Woman's
Missionary Society, Annie Per
kins Circle and Y.W.A at bap
8:00. p. m.?Junior Woman's Club
meets with Mm. G. D. Hatha
way and Mrs. M. JD. Brinson as
hostesses at the home of Mrs.
Richard D. Harris.
? Wednesday, *
8:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. T. S. Ryon.
3:30 p. m.?Brownies.
2:30 p. m.?Farmville Home Dem
onstration Club meets -in the
clubhouse with Mrs. Otis Brock
and J4rs. P. P. Morgan, hos
7:30 p. im?1
3:16?Book and Bridge Club iheets
with Mrs. Irvin Morgan; Jr.
7:00 p. m. ? Woman's Club has
. covered dish supper at the home
of Mrs. J. M. Hobgood with
Miss Annie Perkins as co-hos
10.-00 a. m.?Bird Club.
3:30 p. m. ? Carraway'B Chapel
Circle meets with Mrs. James
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Pollard and
J daughter, Ann, and E. W. Carter
I Spent the week end m Va.,
1 returning home via the Skyline drive.
Mr. and Mra* R. D. Rouse spent
the week end in Chapel Hill with
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Route, Jr., and
attended the Carolina-Georgia foot
ball game. \
I Mrs. 0. G. Spell, Homer Spell and
I Mra. Edgar Barrett and daughter,
Brenda, visited little John Spell, who
I is a patient kt a Goldsboro hospital,
I Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Preston M. Murphrey attend
ed the eighth district meeting of the
D. A R. in Wilson Wednesday as a
representative of the Major Benja
min May chapter. ? ?
I Mrs. J. M. Hob good helped reor
I ganize the Woman's auxiliary at
Bethany church near Wilson M??fry
I night. Mrs, Hobgood is president of
Mr. and Mra. O. G. Spell attended
a birthday celebration given for the
flatter's mother, Mrs. Martha Cope
I land, on her seventy-ninth birthday,
J in Eagle Springs Wednesday.'
Mr. and Mrs. BiUie Oglesby have
I returned to their borne in Auburn,
I Ala., after a visit of three weeks
I With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
I?. Oglesby, and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
I R. Jones -
Mi88 Rachel Barrett returned to
i Baltimore, Md., Tuesday to resume
I J*81" duties as a research bacteriolog
ist at Johns Hopkins hospital after
j spending a month with her. parents,
Mr. and Mra. Ernest L. Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Lee and
daughter, Edith Ann, and R. T Nor
ville spent Sunday In Wmterville
with Mr. and Mra. A. D. McLawhorn
| and Mr. and .Mrs. Julian Worthing
Arch Flanagan, Jay and Gayle
Flanagan, Mr. and Mra. C. H. Flan
gan, Robert Rollins and Miss Elvira
Tyson attended the Wake Forest
Georgetown football game Saturday
I night at Wske'Forest
?r*. V. P. Cherry, Mrs. R. L.
5-ESl** Samford, all
Paul W. Auston of West Po
were guests of Mrs. J.LS
first of the week. They
Allen, who also
ing of bulbs, corn and tubers.
Bettie Joyner talked about the fall
care of a dependable flower, the lily
of the valley, stressing that now is
the time to plant them for beauty
Mrs. R. W. Rader and Miss Bettie
JoynqL assisted the hostess in serv
ing ice cream and chocolate cake.
Invited guests were Mrs. Pete Al
len, Mrs. Joseph Batchelor, Mrs. Bill
Candler, Mrs. Alfred Lewis. Mrs.
Herbert Moore, Mrs. Chester Out
land, Mrs. J. T. Windham and Mrs. J.
A. Woo ten.
BAPTIST PRIMARY CLASS
GIVEN PARTY MONDAY
Mrs. W. J. Rasberry and Mrs. A. B.
Moore entertained the members of
the Primary Sunday School class of
the Baptist chuteh at a party Mon
Entertainment consisted of sing
ing, playing games and telling sto
lee cream, block cake topped with
cherries and peanats were served.
ANN MORGAN ENTERTAINS
Miss Ann L rgan .entertained her
Scout troop?four?and honored her
houaeguest, Miss. Judy Barnes of
Rocky Mount, Friday at a weiner
roast. The occasion marked hey tenth
The birthday cake whs served after
the weiner roast
The Scouts were remembered with
barrettes as favors and Miss Barnes
received a box of stationery. -- -?
Washington, D. C.?Before a fire
place banked with white gladioli,
palms and fern, Miss Elsie Mae Ni
chols, of Famvllle, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Henry C. Nichols, became
the bride of Mr. John Godfrey, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey,
of Riverdale, in a double ring cere
mony performed on Saturday, Sept.
6, at 8 p. m., by the Rev. Richard
M. Mussen of the Sherwood Presby
The bride, attired .in an aquama
rine gown and carrying a. shower
bouquet of white roses, was attended
by her sister, Mrs. Ann Sledd, of
Fazumltc, who- wore blue and a cor
sage of pink roses and baby's breath.
William Godfrey acted as- best man
for his Mother.
A reception was held at the
groom's home, 6314 47th ave,, in Ri
verdale. . ~
After a honeymoon in Atlantic
City, the couple will reside at 2649
30th street, s. e., Washington.
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Reviewing briefly the origin and
organisation of the United Nations
and giving the developments from
the time of the Hagne conference,
League of Nations, Atlantic charter
and the conferences at Cairo, Teher
an, etc., Mrs. J. H. Harris presented
a splendid program at the literary
club Wednesday afternoon. She ex
plained the importance of the Dun
barton Oaks conference and made
timely and interesting observations
at the present meeting of the United
Nations concluding the talk with ?
graphic picture of the meeting phy
Miss Elizabeth Davis presided.
Mix. John B. Joyner, who was hos
tess in her home which was decorat
ed with dahlias and- marigolds, ser
ved sandwiches, heavenly hash, ham
biscuits, ritz and coffee after ad
journment by reading the collect.
& mm ?,?- . : ?
FREE WILL BAPTIST
Tfc Marlboro Free Will Baptist
auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. C.
G. Morgan Wednesday evening- with
Mrs. Clyde Brooks presiding.
A program based an the Free Will
Baptist college was given with Mrs.
Robert Moore, Mrs. Cleve Weet
brooks and Mrs. Nellie Allen taking
Refreshments were served after
PRODUCTION CREDIT MEN
Directors John R. Carroll and D. F.
Hardison, and F. L. Little, Jr.
J. M. Gibbs will present a
report of the recent District meeting
?held in Williamatan. <:#0;
Miss Elvira Tyson, treasurer, has
announced (hat all members paying
dues at this, the third meeting, vrfll
receive five points on their rating
BOOK AND BRIDGE
An afternoon, of bridge was en
joyed by members of the Book and
Bridge club and special guests, Mrs.
G. L. Gilchrist, Mrs, Edison Moore
and Mrs. Charles S. Edwards with
Mrs, J. M. Mewborn as hostess Fri
ll ot tea, sandwiches, pickles, ham
biscuits and candies wen served up
on arrival of the guests. Later coca
colas and nuts were passed.
High score was compiled by Mrs.
T. E. Joyner, Jr.
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Do talkative women ever complain
to each other that their respective
telephone lines are "busy" most of
the day? , U; '?
NOTE OF THANKS
To the employers and employees of
A.-C. Monk i Co., may we extend our
humble and heartfelt thanks to you
for your loving kindness to us in
every way during our hour of be
reavement and the passing of our
dearly beloved husband and father.
May God bless each of you.
The Smith Family.
the 62 member* BBB
of the council were amended in
that the council will meet every oth
er month instead of every
Much enthusiasm and interest in fu
ture work to be dose was shown at
the meeting. The usual
and refreshments were enjoyed
fore adjournment. ^ ?
L~ BURNETTS-BOUSE POST
. TV, Burnetie-Rouse PoSt, 9081,
Veteran* of Foreign Wars, met Sept
25 in the lunch eoom at the school
A delicious supper of roast beef
and all the trimmings was enjoyed
by the members. The' supper was
prepared and served by Mrs. Flowers
and her group. This was the first
time the Post had met in. the lunch
roam but until further announcement
the Post will meet there the fourth
Thursday of each month, f
Members were told of the progress
that haa been made on their proposed
building project?that of erecting a
Post home sometime in the near fu
ture. No plans as to the type, loca
tion or size of building have bean
made. Members were also told of
the donations and the -help of local
citizens so far on this project. The
Barrett-Kelly Electrical Company, a
new buBineae owned by Robert G.
Barrett, Jr., of Farmville, and Mr.
Kelly, formerly of Wilson, now a
resident of Farmvilie, made the post
a generous donation by offering all
the electrical labor agid material re
quired in the new home.
Attention of the Post was called to
the fact that one of the most active
members, Claude C. Tyscm, popular
senior vice commander, is on the sick
list at Veterans hospital, Fayette
ville. The Post voted to remember
him with a box of cigars.
The Post voted to meat during the
winter months at 7 o'clock, one-half
hour earlier than the present meet
ing time of 7:80.
October 15 ik the deadline for get
ting the enrcfl'lment forms off to the
Washington trihedral and all mem
bers who have not signed their
forms are asked to call by City Drug
Company and do so. R. R. Newton,
Jr., commander of the Post, has the
forms and so far only about half of
the members have signed theirs.
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