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Mm. Jack Smith is
?lowly from a recent illness
Mr. and Mr*. C. M. Paylor spent
Monday and Tuesday in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Purvis spent
several days of last week* in Florida.
Mrs. T. M. Grant, of Rocky Mount,
spent Monday with Mia. E. R. Clegg
Mrs. Lena Baipn of Saratoga spent
Thur.vJay with her daughter, Mrs
Mrs George Davis spent several
days this weels with her sister in
Washington* D. C.
Mrs Josh Dixon is spending sever
al days with her sister, Mrs. Dahlia
Bell, in Wilson.
Charles Carr, student at Louisburg
college, spent the week end at his
Rev. and Mrs Lean Gray, of Ox
ford, spent Monday afternoon With
Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Clegg.
Neal Howard, Jr., tudent at the
University of North Carolina, will
spend the week end at his home here.
Mrs f Albert Horton of Richmond,
Vs, is the houseguest of Mrs Frank
A. Williams this week.
Mrs Zeno Morris, of Crisp, spent
the week end with her daughter,
Mrs. James Lewis
Miss Annie Perkins left Tuesday
for a visit to her nephew, William
Tyson, in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Arthur Gay and son, Bill
Duke, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Oaytoiw -
Leslie Smith, of Raleigh, will spend
the week end with his brother, J. M.
Smith. * __ .1
Mrs Lula Joyner has been confined i
to her horte since Mondaydue to ill
Mrs. Allen Drake and daughter,
Nancy, are spending this week with
friends in Rowland.
Mr and Mrs. George C.j~Moye of
Forest Hills, L. L. will arrivd today
to visit his mother, Mrs. Estelle
Moye. . . .
Mrs. Edgar Neal Smith of New
port News, Va., is spending several
days this week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Smith.
Mrs W. J. Rasberry spent several
days last week with relatives in
Raleigh and Cary. She attended the
Cary gourd show.
Mrs. W. A. McAdams and Mrs.
Ben Lewis attended a Baptist asso
ciational meeting at Red Oak Wed
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Johnson are
spending several days this week in
Cleveland, Ohio, and Washington, D.
Misses Elvira and Ruth Tyson
Tyson spent the week end in Wash
ington, D. C., with their sister, Mrs.
Roy B. Davies.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kelly and Mrs.
Harry Dixon and daughter, Melda,
spent Sunday in Maurf with rela
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Barrett and
Mrs. T. T. Moore were week end
guests of Mrs T. G. Seale in George
town, S. C. M
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thorp of
Rocky Mount were dinner guests of
Mrs. Thorp's sister, Mrs. R. N. How
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Howard attend
ed the wedding of Miss Mildred How
ard and Littleton Glass in Lonisburg
Misses Hasel Spell and Conme
Grissum of Durham will spend the
week end with Miss Spell's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Spell.
Elmo Scott of Washington, D. U
was the supper guest ?f Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Weaver Sunday.Mr. Scott
is Mrs. Weaver's brother.
Mr and Mrs. rfsak Williamf and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Spell want flah
ing at Swan Quarter Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Boots of Lock
port, New York, are spending the
week with Mr. and Mrs H. B. Hum
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Calhoun
daughters, Joyce and Judy, of ^Green
ville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
T. Norville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Humphrey, Mrs.
Ruth' Moye Clark and daughter and
BUI Taylor spent Sunday in Sanford
Mr*. M. W. Rollins, Mrs. LeRoy
Rollins, Mrs. Robert Fields and Mrs.
B. R. Fields spent Monday to Ra
Dr. and Mrs. A. F.
and daughters of _New
Sunday with the
Mrs. W. C. Holstth,
Rogers, Lake '
Mrs. R. O. Lang
in Greenville with
8:80 p. m.?Circle 6,
Miss Elvira Tyson.
8:00 p. in.?Contract Club
with Mra M. V. Horton. I
8:80 p. m.?Troop 2, Girl
3:30 p. m.?Junior Woman's Club
;. meets with Mrs. Archie Cayton.
6:80 p. m.?Rotary.
8.-00 p. m.?New Deal Club
with Mm. R. D. Rouse.
3:00 p. m.?Wednesday Afternoon
Club meets with Mrs. Robert Lee
8.00 p. m.?P. T. A.
7.-00 p. m.?Burnetts-Rouse Post,
V. P. W., meets at lunchroom.
7:30 p. m.?Masons. -
3:16 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mra Frank K. Alien.
7:80 p. nt?Boy Scouts. " -yr . |
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moye of Alliance
will spend Sunday with Mrs. Estelle
Mrs. Bert McCullem, who has been
visiting relatives here, was calkd to
her home in'Louisville, Kjr., Monday
on account of the ilhsMS of her son,
Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Liles of
Durham spent the week end with
their parents, Mr. ahd Mis. H. N.
Howard and Mr. and Mrs.. Manly
Mr. and Mrs. K. Caannon, Mrs.
Nassif Cannon, Mrs. George Thomas,
A. H. Nichola and Ellis Rabil attend
ed the funeral of Mrs. Isaac Cannon
in WeMon Wednesday.
Mr. and Mis. O. G. Spell spent
Sunday in Duiham. Mrs. Spell was
honored with a birthday dinner given
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Miss Ida Westgrooks, Mrs Alice
Ward and Mrs. Jimmy .Moye Hail, of
Greenville, wereweek end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Clave Westbrooks in
Friends will be glad to learn that
Arlene Willoughby, daughter of Mr.
and Mis. L. S. Willoughby, who has
been ill for some time, is reported as
Mrs. Herbert E. Hart and son,
Bert, returned Saturday from a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cr E.
McKiimey in Dublin, Ga. They were
accompanied home by the McKin
neys, who spent the week end.
Miss Jean Beckman, student at
Meredith college and Edward Beck
uian, student at Oak Ridge Military
Institute, spent the week end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Mrs. J. L Morgan, Mrs. Haywood
Smith and lbs. J. W. Parker attend
ed a Daughters of American Colon
ists banquet and meeting in Bock)*
Mount last Monday night. Mrs.
Parker made a talk on the objectives
of the D. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hoffman, and
daughter moved from the Davis ho
tel to the home of Mrs. John T. By
nuni this week. He is sales supervis
or of the local tobacco market and
'executive secretary of the Chamber
The Litemry dub met Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Dairies at
the home of Mrs. G. M. Holden with
Miss Tabitha DeVisconti acting as
hostess. Cosmos, rosea, and dahlias
were used in decoratiott
During a business period, presided
over by the president, Miss Elisabeth
Davis, the books were traced; roll
call and minutes read; report of dis
trict meeting gives by Miss Mamie
Davis; and an invitation, extended by
the Greenville Woman's dub to meet
with them and hear the president of
the General Federation of Women V
clubs, Mrs. 3. Blair Buck, was read by
Miaa Davis. . .
Miss Tabitha DeVisconti gave the
program for the afternoon and spoke
very inteerstingly on "The Ameri
can Indian." She told of the work
Mrs. 3. M. Hobgood's aunt did with
the Indian?who waa the next door
neighbor and friend of Sequoia; dis
cussed Mia. Robert Campbell Law
son, ex-president of the Federation
of Women's clubs, who is part In
dian' relict. Miss DeVisconti stated
Who before her marriage tm Sept
I in Jamaica, JL I., N. Y., was
Miss Dorothy Seigler, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harieaa Seigler of
St. Albans, N. Y. Mr. Pennecke is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
\ J. Pennecke of Jamaica. Mia. Pen
necke is a native of FWrnrrille.
MISS AGNES RUTH MELTON
AND MARVIN Z. COBB WED
In a doable ting ceremony at the
Missionary Baptist church Tuesday
morning at 11 o'clock, Miss -Agnes
Roth Melton became the bride of
Marvin Zadock Cobb. Rev. E. W.
Holmee, pastor of the bride, offici
Oregon fern was used as a back
ground for floor baskets of white
pompon chnrsanthemums end glad
ioli Plumosos fern entwined the
Mrs. Arthur Joyner, organist, pre
sented s program of nuptial music
foehidfaig "Estrelita," "To an Even
ing Star," "Ltebstraum," and the
traditional wedding marches. Elbert
C. Holmes sang "Oh Promise Me,"
Because" and the benediction.
The ushers, Allie Melton, brother
of the bride, sad Raymond Cobb,
brother of the groom, lighted the
candles prior to the mitry of the
The brieve entered with her father,
Allie James Melton, Sr., by whom she
was given in marriage. She was at
tired in a military blue suit with
which she wore navy accessories sad
an off-the-faee bine hat trimmed
with veiling. She .carried a white
Bible showered with ribbons sad bou
vardia and topped with two white or
i cnias. -i
Miss Jen Essley was maid of honor
[and wore a cranberry red suit and
carried a nosegay of yellow rosea tied
with ribbons matching her outfit.
F. T. Carr was best man.
Mrst Melton, mother of the bride,
wore e gray drees, black accessories
and a corsage of pink roses. Mrs.
Cobb, the groom's mother, was at
tired In a brown suit' with which
she wore s corsage of yellow rosea.
The couple left on a trip to un
announced points immediately fol
lowing the ceremony.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al
lie James Melton, Sr., Mrs. Cobb i? a
IMS graduate of Farmville high
school. She attended Campbell col
4ege and has been employed for the
past few months at Robert's, Jewel
[ Mr. Cobb is the son of Mr.
Mrs. K. Z. Cobb of Walstonburg.
After finishing high school in Wal
stonburg, he served in the Army for
several years and is now employed
by Liggett-Meyers Tobacco company
i The couple will make their home
Out-of-town guests at Am wed
Mmg were Mrs- J. M. Meltom, grand
mother of the bride, of Jacksonville
and Apex and Miss Hattie Cobum
and Davis Van Nortwick of Rober
Following the rehearsal Monday
night, the bride's parents entertained
at a cake cutting in the assembly
room of the Baptist church. The bri
dal colors of green and white were
The bride's table was centered with
s three-tiered wedding cake and
was surrounded at the base
by white carnations and fern placed
on a rcfieefeorJr Ghadles were also
used on the table which was covered
witt a white ffloth.
After the first slice was cut by the
bridal couple-elect Mrs. E. W.
Holmes served the cake. Mrs. Elbert
C. Holmes was assisted fat serving
MBS. ROUNTRRE ENTERTAINS
Farmville and is a
ville high school. For the put year
she has been employed at Wheless
Sgt Shafer is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Shafer of Edinboro, Pa.
A graduate of an Erie, Pa., high
school, he has been in the Marine
Corps three sad a half years and is
stationed at Cherry Point.
The Merry Matrons were enter
tained by their president, Mrs. G. M.
HoMen, Tuesday - afternoon " in her
home which was made attractive for
the occasion by the nee of dahlias,
roeea, cosmos; A paper dealing with
flowers and herbs was given by Mrs.
J. I. Morgan, who told something of
their history and how they were used
for food and medicine.
Refreshments consisting, of angel
food cake topped with heavenly hash,
cheese straws, cookies, brownies and
coffee were served.
Mrs. C. Hubert Joyner honored
Mm. Madeline H. Rountree, who
will leave during the week end for
her home in St. Petersburg, Pitt.,
after eta extended visit, and Mrs.
Bert McCullem of Louisville, Ky., at
a party Monday evening at her home.
Prises -were awarded to Mrs.
W; E. Joyner, Mrs. Bert Watkins of
Jackson; Miss., and Mrs. W. G. Hol
bton. The honorees were remember
ed with handkerchiefs.
A dessert course, consisting of am
brosia, chocolate cake and coffee,
was served as guests arrived.
Mrs. W. F. Finn and Mrs. C. H.
Joyner were Joint hostesses at bridge
Saturday afternoon and used dahlias
and roses th decorating the Joyner
home. - - \ * : ?'*?
A dessert course was served upon
arrival of the guests and later coca
colas were passed.
Novelty matches were given to
Mrs. Walter B. Jones, who scored
high. Mrs. John Hornsby received
the consolation prize, aril trays, and
Mrs. R. E. Pickett retained the slam
prize, ash trays.
Guests included, Mrs. Janes, Mrs.
PJckett, Mrs. Hornsby, Mrs. Ben Ver
non, Mrs. Sterling Owens, Mrs. W.
E. Joyner, Mrs. Arthur Joyner, Mrs.
Pat Ruffin, Mrs. Robert Rouse, Mrs.
W. S. Royster, Mrs. Russell Moore.
The bind studied at the Bind club
Saturday morning was the worm eat
ing warbler which, in contrast to
most other warblers, is quiet, not
nervous and easily exqitad. It has a
smart and jaunty air when walking.
Found as far north as Southern New
England, Southern Michigan and
Nebraska, the worm eating warbler
loves its home locality- and comes
back to the same thicket year after
year. The new nest is built within
sight of the old one.
Near sundown the feathered crea
ture utters a flight song which is al
most as brilliant as that of the oven
Generally located an a woody hill
side the nest is constructed of dead
leaves and nearly always is lined
with red flower stalks of hair moss.
Numbering three to six the eggs
are white marked with spots of Ind
ian red, lavender and chestnut
Shorter than the head, the .bill is
wedge shaped. Wings are long and
the tail is even or very slightly
The crews: beam three
the outer two
Chandler Cox read the article.
To "THE ENTERPRISE1
Mrs. J. R.
nited the visitors, Mrs. A. C.
gan and Mm S. H. Bundy, after the
opening song. "We Believe in Oar
A lecture and demonstration on
proper lighting of farm homes was
given by Miss Lowery, who exhibit
ed different types of lamps and
bulbs, H&'-gE&i.t*' I
The hostesses, Mrs. P. F. Morgan
and Mrs. Otis Brocjr, served a chick
en salad plate and hot coffee after
BOOK AND BRIDGE
Mrs. Irvtn Morgan was hostess to
the Book, and Bridge club and addi
tional friends, Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist,
Mrs. R. D. Harris, Mrs. Geo. Moore,
Jr., Mrs. Yancey Bprfce of Horse
Case, Ky., Mrs. J. H. Darden, Jr.,
Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver, Mrs. Robert
Lee Smith, and Mrs. E. N. Petteway
A dessert coarse was served
guests arrived and later coca colas
Refreshments, tallies and flower
decorations of cosmos and dahlias
carried out the color note oi rose.
Mrs. T. S. Ryon made high score
for club members; Mrs, Robert Lee
Smith scored high for guests. Mrs.
Burka was remembered with a gift
by the hostess.
TUESDAY NIGnT NUDGE CLUB
The Tuesday Night Bridge club
held its regular meeting on October
14 at the home of Mrs. W. T. Cand
ler. Fall flowers were used to deco
rate the home. : '
Miss Mary Thome Tyson won the
high score award and Mrs. Carl
Greene received the consolation
Coca colas were passed during the
play and when cards were laid aside
strawberry shortcake was served.
Guest for the evening was Mrs^J.
Buy ? Bank ? Sell in Farms
The menu, consisted at
en, potato salad, olives,
ma to and lettuce salad, rolls,
CHARLIE F. CAPPS
Charlie F. Capps, 68, died at his
home near Fountain, early
afternoon after several months of
serious illness. Surviving are his
wife; three sons, George Capps of
Walstonburg, flOl Capps, Jr., of
Fountain, and Jarvis Capps of San
Pedro, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Les
ter Jones of the home; nine grand
children; and a half-brother, Henry
Bldw of Eureka. Funeral aervicea
were held from Farmville Funeral
Home Sunday at 3 o'clock, conducted
by the Rev. Henry Blow, Jr., Holi
ness minister of Black Creek. Burial
was in Hollywood Cemetery, FUm
Miss Faye Corbett and Sidney Car
raway were among the young people
from Farmville who attendad the
Presbyterian Young People's rally in
Tarboro Sunday. The names of these
two should have been included in the
list appearing elsewhere in this is
sue of The Enterprise. - I
PLUS LATEST NEWS
4-H PIG CHAIN
Seven 4-H club members received
gilts last spring through the 4-H pig
chain in Greene county. These pigs
have been grown cut and bred for
fail and wiimter litters of pigs. Two
pigs will be turned in from
project to be given to club members
wanting brood sow projects.
Club members with these projects
are: Carson Harrison, Leon Harden,
Tom Tumage, Snow Hill; J. B. Mc
Lawhon and James May, Maury; Rob
ert Parker, Walstonburg, and Virgil
Tttrnage, Shine club.
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