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Noah Barter and Nettie
Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
The devotional from the 14th chap
ter of John was read by Mn. Viola
other members of the auxiliary, gave
jfthiterestlag program on Home
It was announced that Mrs. Ran
dolph Eagles of Macrtoefieki would
conduct a Bible etady on the Book
of Matthew in November.
At the September meeting, the
auxiliary voted to help clothe an or
phan in the community, the money I
for the clothing fund wae given at
the October meeting and Meadames
C. C. Harris and Noah Barber were
appointed to purchase the clothes.
At the close of a short business
meeting, the hostesses served re
Plans were mads to hmvt an ex
hibit at the Pitt County FWr on
The club voted that at the Decem
ber meeting, instead of having the
it family Christinas party, to
a formal buffet luncheon for
members of the Club and any guests
whom the hostesses wished to invite.
At this time there will be a Christ
mas tree and home-made gifts will
The hostesses for the December
meeting will be the new officers for
the coming club year.
Mesdaraes J. R. Go win, L. R. Jones
and G. S. Nichols had perfect atten
dance records for the past year,
Mesdames L. R Janes and Howard
Moye Will receive reading certificates
for giving three book reports at chtb
meetings during the year.
Mia. G. S. Nichols gave the Inter
Miss Verna Belie
At the close of the
the hostess w
juice, cookies sad ritz.
During the social hour the
were invited to Bee the fruit,
tables and pickles Mrs. Turnage
canned during the summer. The shel
ves were filled with good things to
eat. There were aastml #lve or six
The Grange held its regular
monthly meeting afr the Ballard's
Community building on Wednesday,
Oct. 8, at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Flanagan
of Richmond, Vs., and Mrd. Beulah
Causey of Greenville were recent
guests of Mrs. Annie Flanagan.
Ed Beaman is visiting his daugh
ter, Mrs. Randolph Smith, in Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Allen of
Greenville and Mrs. Verona Raynor
of Harrisbnrg, Pa., visited relatives
and friends in the Ballard's commun
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Joyner and son,
NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed
of trust executed by-Jesse S. Gay,
unmarried, to John B. Lewie, Trus
tee, dated the let day of October,
1946, and recorded in the Public Regr
istry of Pitt County, North Carolina,
in Book P-24 at page 104, default
having been made in the payment of
the indebtedness thereby secured, the
undersigned will offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, before the
Court house door of Pitt County, in
Greenville, N. C? on or about NOON,
Monday, November 3, 1947, the fol
lowing described lot or parcel of
Lying and being in the Town of
Farravule, N. C., and beginning at a
stake on the west side of Main
Street, Mrs. J. H. Darden'a comer,
and runs westerly 160 feet with Mrs.
Darden's line; thence southerly 40
feet; thence easterly and parallel
with the first line 160 feet to Main
Street; thence northerly with Main
Street 40 feet to the beginning, being
Lots Nos. 2 and 3 of the Thome
and Darden Division of the Pollard
This the 2nd day of October, 1947.
JOHN B. LEWIS, Trustee
Mrs. I. W. Worthington, who has
been critically ill in a Wilmington
hospital, has retained home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sugg of the
Lang's community *ere week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Ty
? The following young people from
the Ballard's Presbyterian church at
tended the Youth Fellowship Rally in
the Presbyterian church in Tarboro
Sunday: Betty Pear! Joyner, Jean,
Gladys, Ann Crawford, Sue Worth
ington. Nannie Sue Elks, Louise and
Jo-Ann Tyson, Henry Flake, Frances
and Virginia Crawford.
England Makes Plans
For Royal Wedding
There is no chance *that Princess
Elisabeth will be left waiting at the
altar- by a bridegroom who doesn't
show up, the mrnute-by-minute pro*
gram for her wedding ceremony on
Nov. 20 discloses.
The Princess #ill not even leave
Buckingham Palace Until one full
minute after her future consort,
Lieut. Philip Mounthatten, has enter
ed Westminster Abbey by. a side
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Wales has offered some of its na
tive-mined gold for the making of
Princess Elisabeth's wedding ring, in
accordance with an old tradition that
wedding rings of the British Royal
Family should be made from Welsh
Londoners had an opportunity of
seeing samples of ore frofti-Graigwen
mine near Barmouth at the Industrial
Wales Exhibition at Olympia recent
ly. Graigwen, reportedly, -is the
only gold mine still working in Wales
The Duke of Windsor's secretary
states that the Duke and Duchess of
Windsor have not re&ived invita
tions to the wedding.
Fewer than 100 guests, including
foreign royalty, will sit down to the
wedding breakfast at Buckingham
Palace after Princess Elisabeth's
will net be deck
in onder to minimise interference
with factory production.
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The British War Office announces
that officers and other ranks on pa
rade at the wedding will wear khaki
drees in keeping with the auB
which is expected to mark the
| The famous Guard regiments,
which will turn out for the Royal
wedding, have not worn their brightly
colored dress uniforms since the be
ginning ot the war.
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An informed British source said
the Soviet Union had not been invit
ed to send representatives to the
wadding of Princess Elisabeth. He
said the Russians . are "not likely to
receive \n invitation."
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The numerous wedding gifts for
Princess Elisabeth will include a new
wing to the Ipswich Old Folks H-^-ne.
The new whig took its place among
the silver and gold and other expen
sive presents coming from all parts
of the world when the citisens of
Ipswich decided to dedicate it to the
Princess as a gift
The Bermuda Assembly has decid
ed to present Princess Elizabeth with
a desk, and armchair, and four chairs
of simplified Chippendale design, all
have plana t
tion of foot
of Toronto ,
people of England, aa *
The Board of Control also indorsed
the plan to utilize any cash gifts of
fered by Toronto citizens, groups, or
organizations to be uaed in purchas
ing additional wholesale quantities of
goods to be added to the
All expenses in collecting,
will be a
n made to t design i
by Mme. Vincent Auriol,
wife of the French president
Mme. Auriol decided thet a dinner
service suitable for email dinner par
tiee in the Princeee' new household
would be a welcome break from the
tradition of offering a Sky
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At 12 o'clock Noon, Friday, October 17,
1947, to the highest bidder
The Blaney Joyner Home Place consisting of
one acre of land and house thereon, on east
side of highway just north of Marlboro
Sale will take place on the premises
WM. J. BUNDY,
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