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Mr*. Nannie Moye Humphrey spent
Tuesday in Raleigh.
Will Jonas, III, is confined to his
home doe to illness.
Mrs. R. L. Spivey spent the week
end in Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Mollie Flanagan of Wilson
visited friends here Friday.
Mia. A. S. ReiUey of Norfolk, Va.,
is visiting Mis. W. G. Holston. ?
Mrs. J. L Baker end Mm. Apple
Flanagan spent Wednesday in Rocky
Mrs. T. E. Hooker of Greenville
visited Miss Tabitha DeVisconti Wed
Mrs. J. H. Paylor and Mm. W.
Alex Allen were Raleigh visitors
W. D. Gaynor of Fountain is re
ceiving treatment at Duke hospital,
Jack Paylor, student at State Col
lege, Raleigh, spent the week end at
his heme here.
Dr. and Mra. M. J. Gregg and
family spent Sunday with relatives
Mrs. E. R. Clegg spent several
days last week with Mrs. Mattie Gib
son in Raeford.
Mrs. G. S. Williams and daughter,
Miss Ruth, visited Mrs. G. C. Wilson
in Greenville Monday.
Mrs. J. 0. Pollard and Mrs. Z. M.
Whitehurst were Kinston visitors
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis at
tended thf centennial celebration in
Julian Smith of Greensboro spent
the week end with his parents, Mr. J
and Mrs. Lloyd Smith.
Mrs. J. L. Rurr.ley of Greenville
spent Sunday with her daughter,
Mrs. George Moore, Jr.
Mr. and Mra. Archie Cayton and
family spent Sunday with Mrs. Ar
thur Gay in Plymouth.'
Dr. and Mra. Charles E. Fitzgerald
and son attended a football game in
Wilson Saturiiay night.
Mrs. Elmer Hinson and daughter,
Sue, returned Sunday after a visit to
relatives in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pittman of
Snow Hill visited Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Sugg Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Albritton and
children,, Harry and Theodora, spent
the week end in Richmond, Va.
Friends will regret to learn that
J. C. Gibbs suffered a second slight
stroke early Saturday morning.
Friends will regret to learn that
Richard Tugwell is confined to his
home this week with influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Cox of Rocky
Mount were guests of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Culpepper of | s
Cherry Point spent the week end i j
with Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Taylor.
Mra. Bert Watkine and Miss De
Maurice Grimmett of Jackson, Miss.,
are guests of Mrs. Helen Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Clifton of
Mount Olive were week end guests of
the latteris mother, Mrs. J. I. Baker.
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Handy spent
the week end with their daughter,
Mrs. S. S. Morrison, in Sandston, Va.
Mr. and Mra. Bill Purdy of Valdos
ta, Ga., and Clinton, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mra. Allen Drake.
Mn. Jerome Perkins and daugh
ter, Joy, of Stokes visited toe form
er's mother, Mn. Myrtle Roebuck,
Mrs. Yancey Burke of Hone Cave,
Ky., is spending this week with her
husband, who is on the tobacco mar
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Roebuck and
son, Kent, spent toe week end with
her mother, Mm. S. M.. Ewell, in
Miss Jenie Kemp, a student at
Wake Forest college, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mm.
H. W. Kemp.
Mrs. Charles E. Rowton returned
to her borne inn Palatka, Fla., Wed
nesday after an extended visit to
Miss Mamie Davis.
Mm. Thurman Owens and sen,
Tommie, of Whiteville spent the
week end with Mrs. Owens' sister,
Mrs. Will Jones, Jr.
Jean and Autry Vandiford, da ugh
tor and son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Vandiford, underwent tonsillectomies
In Greenville Friday.
Mm. H. H. Bradham, Mm. Paul
Kimbrough and Mrs. George Moore,
Jr., spent Tuesday with Mrs. ~
Hodges In Washington.
Mm. Cherry Eaaley and daughter,
Mies Jen, and Mies Frances Gray
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J.
T. Guriey in
Mr. and Mn. JUoipb Cox and
daughter, Carol Am, and 1. J. Cox
of Kinaton mere guests of Mr. and
Mrs L. F. ftpghtey Sunday.
Mrs. G. W. Windham, Mrs. Ben
Wearer and Mrs. J. H. Bymtm and
daughter, Mias Margaret, mere Wil
son -visitors Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Lath Morris* and Mm. Helen
Horton and houaeguests, Mrs. Bert
Waildns and Miau DeMaurioe. Grim
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3:30 p. m.?Circle 4, Methodist,
meets with Mrs. LayAe Dail.
8:30 p. m.?Circle 1, Presbyterian,
meets with Mrs. W. Leslie
7:00 p. m.?Kiwanis.
8?0O p. m. ? Wesleyan Guild,
Methodist, meets with Miss Lula
Forbes at the home of Mrs. G.
8:00 p. m.?Circle 2, Presbyter .an,
meets with Mrs. W. H. Moore,
8:30 p. m.?Altar Guild meets
with Mrs. John D. Dixon.
3:30 p. m.?Girl Scoots, Troop 4.
3:30 p. m.?Merry Matrons meet
with Mrs. G. M. Holden.
6:30 p. m.?Rotary.
8:00 p. m.?Tuesday - Evening
Bridge Club meets with Mrs. W.
2:30 p. m.?Bell Arthur Home De
monstration Club. .
3:30 p. m.?Literary Club meets
at the home of Mrs. G. M. Hold
en with, Mrs. J. H. Darden as
hostess. v - "*
3:30 p. m.?Brownies.
3:00 p. m.?Au Fait Club meet*
with Mrs. C. S. Edwards.
3:30 p. m. ? American Legion
Auxiliary meets with Mrs. &
LeRoy Rollins with Mrs. O. G.
Spell and Mrs. P. E. Jones as
7:30 p. m.?Eastern Star.
7:30 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
7:30 p. m.?Supper Club at the
Country Club with Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Allen end Mr. and Mrs. R.
V. Fiser as hosts.
Mr. and Mr?. R. K Sledd and fam
|ly and Miss Dide May Moore left
%iday to visit Mr. Sledd's mother,
4rs. Bertie Sledd, in Gilbertsvilte,
Friend will regret to leant of the
eath of Mrs. Louis Williams' father,
John Quincy' of Battleboro, in a
Rocky Mount hospital Wednesday
Rev. and Mrs. Edwin 8; Coates and
Ars. Noah Bundy spent Tuesday
r'th Noah Bundy,' who underwent an
Iperation at Duke hospital, Durham,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meadows and
mi, Johnnie Bill, of Jacksonville and
Kisses Mamie and Eloise Porter of
preenville were guests of Mrs. W.
I. Carraway Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards and
"apt Joe Edwards, Jr., of Washing
in and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams
|f Greenville were guests of Mr. and
Irs. G. S. Williams Sunday.
Friends will be glad to leam ?*?t
drs. L. E. Jones, a patient at Pitt
Teneral hospital, Greenville, is re
orted as improving and expects to
sturn home during the week end.
Friends will be glad to learn that
J. W. Joyner is improving at
s hospital, Durham, where rite
receiving treatment. ?'Mr. Joyner
Mrs. Bert McCullum of Louis
, Ky., spent Sunday with her.
Mr. and Mia. Bryan Shirley and
of Portsmouth, Va., and Mi?
1 Barrett, of Norfolk. Va., spent
ay with Mr. and Mrs.^E. F. Gay
or. Mrs. ii. C. Shirley, who has
sen the guest of her sister, MtsT
aynor, for several weeks, returned
dth them. 4 \
Mrs. M. W. Rollins attended
1 of D. W. Howard in Newport
_ay. Mr. and Mrs. Howard
ormerly lived in Farmville, he being
???ociated with the highway force
orce and she with Belk-Tyler com
T>any. At the time of his death, the
towards were living in Reidsville.
Miss Vivian' Nowell of Wendell,
ho spoke at the Baptist church
ueaday, was the dinner guest of
4rs. W. J. Rasberry, an overnight
L of Mrs. Manly Lilee and a
Mr. and Mia.
of Foun1-*- ?
den, to Mr.
Farmville, son of Mrs. Loimie Tinker
Pierce, Sr., and the late Mr. Pierce.
The wedding will take place Nor. 2t,
in the Fountain Wesbyterian church.
AT PARTY MONDAY NIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jefferson
of Fountain announced the engage
ment of their daughter, Martha Har
den, to Robert Pittman Pierce of
Parmville when Mrs. Jefferson en
tertained at II tables of bridge Mon
day evening at their country home.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs.
Ty Pierce, Sr., Mrs. L. T. Pierce,
Jr., Mrs. Ethel Thornton, Mrs. Ar
thur Joyner, Mrs. Wesley * Wilis,
Mrs. Madeline Rountree, Mrs. Leslie
Smith, Mrs. Carl Green, Mrs. How
ard Harris, Mrs. J. R. Harris, Mrs.
Emerson Smith and Miss Agnes
()uinealy of Farmville; Misses lilUe
Bell Willis, Gene White, Pauline Tay
lor, Erna Rowe and Mary Scar
>orough of Washington and Misses
iellen Clark and Beverly Bridgers of
Coca colas were served during the
fames. After play chicken salad; in
Hvidual coconut cakes, rite, ham
riscuits and Russian tea were passed.
Autumn foliage and flowers were
ued in artistically decorating the
, Mrs. J. Y. Monk, Jr., entertained
the Lamrdd dub and additional
quests, Mrs. Walter Jones and Mrs.
R. C. Copenhaver, at a turkey hmch
Km served buffet style Friday after
toon. Hie Hallowe'en motif *aa
sarried out in the decorations with
fruit, pumpkins and leaves forming
:he centerpiece for the dining table.
Dahlias, marigolds and leaves were
ised throughout the reception rooms
Mrs. Jones scored high in the
)ridge games which followed the
uncheoir and received novelty a
rays as an award..
AU FAIT CLUB
The Au Fait club members and
llrs. J. M. Carraway were guests of
drs. James H. Darden; Jr., for an
ifternoom of bridge Thyrsday. Upon
irrival of guests stuffed angel cake,
leanuts, fudge and coffee were pass
id. Later in the afternoon coca-colas
ind cheese wafers were served.
Mrs. J. R. Harris compiled high
icore and Mrs. Allen Drake made low
Autumn flowers were used in the
Mrs. Zcb Whitehurat, who was hoe
ess to the Contract club Tuesday
.ftemoon, carried out the autumnal
olors in her flower decorations and
n the table appointments and tallies.
Mrs. W. E. Joyner scored high for
lub members and received an award
f pillow slips. The guest prize for
k score went to Mrs. Frank K.
Frozen fruit salad, ribbon sand
riches, ham biscuits, crax, water
melon rind pieids and hot tea were
terved after play.
Special guests included Mrs. Allen,
Ifrs. Charles E. Fitzgerald and Mrs.
nea B. Hockaday.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON CLUB
Mrs. T. S. Ryon entertained her
nidge club and additional friends at
ler home Wednesday afternoon which
vas decorated for the occasion with
lahlias and roses.
Chocolate sundaes, cup cakes and
ruts were served as guests arrived.
ligh for club members, and Mrs. Sam
>wis, who compiled high for gueate,
received handkerchiefs. Score pads
were given to Mrs. Jack Dardan for
iow score. Mrs. Yancey Burke of
dorse Cave, Ky., who is visiting
xere, was remembered with note pap
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?/Mrs. Charles &
short summary of
two articles whiqfi appeared in the
"North Carolina Clubwoman."
A letter from Perry Burgees con
cerning the Leonard Wood Memorial
and Leprosy funds was read by Miss
Margaret Smith after which the dub
voted to contribute to this cause. A
report on the recent district meeting
at William stonn was made by Mm.
J. M. Gibbs. / V
Mm. J. R. Harris give the project
committee report and as chairman of
ways and means asked each member
to ? donate clothing for ar rummage
sale before Oct. 21.
A motion was made and carried to
give points for club magasine sub
Refreshments were served by the
hostesses, Mm. M. D. Brinson and
Mm. G. D. Hathaway, after ad
The Woman's club will entertain
members of the Junior Woman's,
Literary, Garden and Merry Matrons
clubs at a covered dish supper to
night at 7 o'clock in the home of Mrs.
J. M. Hobgood with Miss Aimie Per
kins as joint hostess.
The program will be featured with
ail address about libraries by Miss
Marjorie Beal of the State library
U. D. C.
An election in which officers who
served in the 1946-47 year were re
elected featured the meeting of the
Rebecca Will borne chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Friday afternoon. Officers are: Miss
Annie Perkins, president; Mrs. W. M.
Willis, vice president; Mrs. Fred
Darden, secretary; Mrs. T. W, Lang,
treasurer; Mrs. J. H. Darden, his
Articles dealing with Jefferson
Davis, president of the Confederacy,
Mid "Is It True What They Say A
jout Dixie?" were discussed by Miss
Perkins. Mrs. R. D. Rouse read a
poem, "The Portrait on the Wall."
The state convention, scheduled to
ye held in Rocky Mount Tuesday and
Wednesday, was called to the atten
tion of members.
Mrs. Preston M. Murphrey, hos
tess,1 served a congealed salad, sand
riches, pickles reid coffee to the
:Kapter members and a guest, Mrs.
U E. Turnage. The meeting was.
leld in the home of Mre. 6. M. Hold
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Smith, Mr.
ind Mrs. Ernest N. Petteway and De
vey Fuquav were hosts to the Dance
:lub Saturday evening and carried
rat the Hallowe'en idea in decora
ions and refreshments.
A? arrangement of com stalks,
mrrounded by pumpkins, was used in
he center of the lounge. Hanging
torn the ceiling were. numbers of
ikeletons, cat and witch cutouts. The
ndividual tables were covered with
Tallows'en cloths and centered with
ack oTanterns, which, with the lan
erns on the mantels and piano, fur
lished light Pyrancantha berries
vere also used on the mantles.
Forming the centerpipece for the
refreshment table was a large pump
rin on which were stuck viesinh saus
iges. Cheese straws, doughnuts, po
ato chips, pickles, cream . cheese
ipread, ritz and pimento-cheese sand
riches on black and orange bread
vere placed on the table. Coca colas
mrrot curls and nuts were passed.
Special guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank K. Allen, Mr. and Mia. George
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewis, Mr.
red Mrs. Morris Green and Mr. and
Sirs. Bill Purdy of Clinton and Val
iosta, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
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City were present. Unable
to attend were the Higginbothams of
Dayton, Ohio, the Leonasda of Al
bany, N. Y, and the Xakhen of
Rochester, N. Y.
FARMVILLE 4-H CLUB
Meeting Monday night the Farm
ville Community 4-H club had pro
ject studies under the direction of
the assistant county and home
agents.<J' _ f '
The devotional was led by R. B.
Owens and Dorothy Fulford. Joyce
Morgan and Dorothy Fulford were
in charge of the recreation period,
after which Reba and Sal lie Morgan
served refreshments. - ?'
Perry Faye Pratt, daughter of
Mrs. Doris G. Pratt, observed her
fourth birthday with a party from 8
to 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the
home of her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Daughtey, on Church
On arrival guests were served
punch and given top hats and suckers
as favors. Games were played and
the hostess opened her gifts after
which the 17 guests were served cake
and ice cream from the dining table.
Balloons hung from the chandelier,
napkins and other decorations oarried
out the Hallowe'en motif.
Lou Taylor Lewis, Ann Morgan
and Marcia Forbes assisted in direct
Carol Ann Cox of Kins ton was an
Mr. and Mrs. Dal ton Murphrey
announce the birth of a daughter,
Suzanne Davis, September 23. Mrs.
Murphrey is the former Miss Belle
Davis of Fremont.'
Mr. and Mrs. Norris Merritt of
Greenville announce the birth of a
daughter, Frances Diane, October 1
in Pitt General hospital. Mrs. Mer
ritt is the former Miss Lee Carra
way of Farmville.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dodaon of Asbe
boro announce the birth of a daugh
ter, Sue Carol, September 80 in Ran
dolph hospital. Mrs. Dodsan is the
former Miss Mslette Greene of
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Wednesday, Oct 15th
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