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Mr*. Nannie M. Humphrey spent
Wednesday in Raleigh
Mr*. Maurice Brinson and eon were
Goldaboro visitors Monday.
Mrs. Bill Shelton of Ayden spent
Monday with Mr*. Acnes Blount.
Gayle and Sue Flanacaa and
James Moore spent Sunday in Golds
Mr. and Mr*. Pat Baffin v spent the
week end with relatives in Rocky
Mrs. John Wilkes visited relatives
hi Washington, D. CL, during the
- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herring of
Kinetcm sprat Sunday with Mis.
Fred Smith. y
Mrv and Mis. Gordon E. Lee and
children spent Sunday with relatives
in Greenville. v
Mia. Gary Bergeron and Mrs. M.
E. Pollard were Rocky Mount visi
Mr. and Mrs. <X L Langley visited
Mr. and Mrs Watt Langley in Ay
Miss Janie Kemp, student at Wake
Forest college, spent the week end at
her home hareL
R. T. Norville and Gordon E. Lee
were SmithfJeld and Goldaboro visi
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carr and their
sons, E. C. and Charles, were Raleigh
Mrs. Robert C. Teel was the guest
of Mrs. David Oglesby in Greenville
James Oaviness of Asheville spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Godwin.
Cecil Modi in of Petersburg, Va.,
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Modi in
during the holidays.
Mrs. McKay Washington of Eden
ton spent Thursday with her'mother,
Mrs. Jim Wainwright.
Miss Bessie Moye of La Grange is
spending this week with her sister,
Mrs. W. L. Freeman. - j
Miss Dorothy Lewis of Wilming
ton spent the holidays with her sis
ter, Mrs. jtAchie Speight
Charles and Jessie Joyner of near
Ballard's were guests of Rodney Ed
war# Thanksgiving 'day.
Roland Modlin of Washington vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Modlin, Thanksgiving day.
Mrs. W., J. Teel spent Thanksgiv
ing day with her daughter, Mrs. A.
B. Mewborn, in Goldaboro.,
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, Bill Morton
and Miss Annie - Perkins sprat the
week end in Richmond, Va.
Mand Mrs. Julius M. Turnage of
Richmond, Via., spent Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Turnage.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Forbes and chil
dren of Hampton, Va., vfidted rela
tives here during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leonard and son
of Rocky Mount spent Wednesday
with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lewis.
Mia. Mary Russell left this week
for an extended visit to her daugh
ter,' Mrs. Ed Owens, in Raleigh.
Mrs, Archie Speight Miss Doro
?thy Lewis and Mrs. Herman Baker
were Greenville visitors, Saturday.
Mrs, James Yates qf Whiteville
spent Thanksgiving day with her
parents, Mr. and 'Mis. A, J, Greene.
Mr. and Mia. R. R. Brake and
daughter, Miss Rosa Lee, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs- B. M, Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kjlpatrick and
family of Bievand sprat the week end
with his sister, Mrs, W. H. Moose,
Mr*, J. B. Harris left Ttoee4ay to
visit bar daughter*, Misses Louise
and Virginia Harris in New York
Mrs. Huldah Abrams of Crisp and
Mr*. Nancy Mewborn of near Wal
stonburg visited friends here Mon
day. * _
Mrs- Arthur Joyner, Mrs. Carol
Modlin, Mrs. Lang Davis and Mr*. H.
D. Johnson spent Tuesday In Ra
Mrs. C. R. Lewis of Wood and Mrs.
Russell Gaynor of Norfdlk, Va-, spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Lewis. t... .
Friends will regret to learn that
M/a. R. T. Martin continue# to be ill
at her home on East Grlmmersburg
Mis* Frances Carraway of Fay
etteville spent Saturday night with
her parent*, Mr. and Mm. W. F. Or
Mr. and Mm. Matthew Gibbs left
last Wednesday for Horse Cave, Ky.,
where Mr. Gibbs is on the tobacco
? Miss Mildred Godwin ' of Rich
mond, Vs., spent the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and .Mm L. ' W.
Mr. and Mm M. U
I Mm A. C'. Turnage, Sunday
of Newport News, Va-,
, visited Mr.
C. W. Blackwood and
Miss Mm Boone
"day with relatives
CL meets with
meeta with Mn,
8:00 p. m.?Woman's Council,
8:80 p. m.?Woman's Missionary
3:80 p. m.?Woman's > Society of
Christian Service, Methodist
7:00 p. m.?I^wanis. .
8:80 p. m.?TroOps 2 and 4, Girl
3:30 p. m.??Merry Matrons meet
* with Mm. JL I. Morgan.
6:30 p. m.?Rotary,
8:00 p. m.?Tuesday Evening
Bridge Club meets with Miss
Mary Ann Townsend
8:00 p. m.?-Annie Perkins Circle,
Baptist meets with Mrs. A> B.
Tyson with Mrs. Floyd Rouse
sad Mrs. A. J, Melton as co
3:00 p. m.?New Deal Club meets
with Mrs. L, E. Walston.
8:00 p. m.?Wednesday AfteFnoon
Club meets with Miss Elizabeth
3:30 p. m.?BroWndes.
7:30 p. m.?Masons.
7:30,p. m.?F&rmville Home De
monstration Club holds annual
family Christmas party at club
3:16 p. m.?Book and Bridge Club
meets with Mrs. Walter Jones.
3:80 p. m.?Woman's Culb meets.
7:30 p. m.?Boy Scouts.
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
3:00 p. m.?Carraway's Chapel
Circle meets with Mrs. James
3:0flf p. m.?D. A. R. meets at
Mrs. Roy Tumage, Jr., and Mrs.
Kirby Smith of Ayden spent Thurs
day with Mrs. Agnes Blount and Mrs.
Frank Davis, Jr.
Mrs.. Alice Martin of Hickory, who
spent several days last week with
friends and relatives here, has re
turned to her home.
Miss Alyce Ruth Bundy of Green
ville was the dinner guest of her
grandparents, Mr. and, Mrs. J. T.
Bundy, Thanksgiving day.
I ! -Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Denny and
Mrs. B. E. Talton of Golds bo ro were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Brinson Thanksgiving day.
Mrs. Ernest Barrett and daughter,
Miss Dora Mae, and Mrs. Edgar Bar
rett and children, Paschal 1 and Bren
da, spent Friday in Rocky Mount.
Mrs. Marlowe O. Hall and son,.
"Sloppy," of Jacksonville, Fla., have
returned to their home after a visit
i to her mother, Mrs. Mary RusseP.
Friends will be glad to learn that
Mrs. J. W. Joyner, whp has been re
ceiving treatment at Duke hospital,
Durham, is reported as improving.
E. d Can- of Newpot New^ Va.,
and Charles Carr, student at Lauis
burg college, spent the holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrp. R. Q.I
Mr. and Mrs. John Bason pnj I
children, Miss Lydia TugWnU and
Bruce Tugwell spent Thanksgiving
<Jay at Oxford orphanage where they J
attended the dedication of the foot-1
Mrs. Herman Baker and daughter
Beth, Mm Earl Bagley, Mrs. Archie
Speight and Miss Dorothy Lewis
were Wilson and Rooky Mount visi-l
; tors, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Rnowjes and
son and Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Knowles
of Windsor visited Mrs- iCuodlin
| Sunday. Mm Mpdlia is Meun.
j Knowles* gigter.
Mr. and Mm Jimmie Meade and
sen of New Orleans, La., are visiting
I her parents, Mr. and Mm Robert
Joyner, en route to their new home
? Roanoke, Va,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H- T. Howell, in Gainesville, Texas,
Mr. Greene Is on the Knoxville.
rauu, tobacco market. I
Elbert Moye, student at the Uni-I
versity ?f North Carolina, and Mil-1
torn Williamson, student at Wake
Forest, spent the holidays with Mrs.
Henrietta hf. Williamson.
Mr. and Mm Edgar and
daughter, Bonnie Lym, of Rocky
Mount were Thanksgiving guests of
Mr. and Mm Plat Ruff in, Jfr Bak
er is Mm Ruffin's brother.
Misses Minnie May
Doria Tugwell and J-t,
end Tom Speight visited
Ruth Tugwell at Flora
college, Red Springs,
Xyden and Mrs.
W. J. Rasberry, Dr. *nd Mrs.
Charles E. Fltigerald and son,
lie, Mr. and Mrs. R. LeRoy
id son. Robert, ahd Curtis
? were among those from Farm
vine who atoufcd the Army-Navy
sine in Philadelphia Saturday. -
Mr. sad Mm M. W. Rollins had
as their Thanksgiving guests her pa
rents* Mr. and Mm. E. W. States,
Mrs. Henry Nonkee and sons, Billy
and Paul of Scotland Neck, Mrs
Kate Bradley of Tarboro and Mrs.
Martha B. Herring of Roanoke Rap
Mrs. Madeline H. Rountree return
ed to St Petersburg, Fla., Wednes
day after a visit of several days to
her mother, Mrs. Dora H. Keel. She
was accompanied by Mrs. 1* T.
Pierce, Sr., who will be her guest,
end by Mrs. Augustus Rogers, wha
returned to her home in Lake Alfred
after visiting relatives beta.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Palmer at
tended the wedding of Miss Dorothy
Clarke of Whiteville and Roanoke
Rapids, formerly of Farm ville, to
William Julian Koeh, son of Mrs.
Frsdsrick Koch and the late Profes
sor Koch of Chapel Hill, in the Duke
Chapel Friday evening. Mrs. Palm
er was an honorary bridesmaid. Mrs.
J. Frank Harper, Miss Willie Rae
Harper and Brian Palmer aeoompan
led them dnd visited relatives.
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Mrs. Robert Pittman Pierce, who before her marriage November 21 in
"the Fountain Presbyterian church, wju? Mine Martha Harden Jefferson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Jefferson of Fountain. Mr. Pierce ia
the son of Mrs. Lonnie Tinker Pieree of Farmville and the late Mr. Pierce.
Alex Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Alex Allen, celebrated his seventh
?birthday Friday afternoon with a
theatre party followed by V fried
chicken supper at Bonnie*.
Guests included Anne and Hedley
Morgan, Kay, Anne Francos and
Virginia Allen, Johnnie Dixon, May
Turaage Eason and Joe Flake.
Miss Elizabeth Davis, president,
opened' the Wednesday aftemor.it
meeting of the Literary club-with a
reading, "A Declaration' of Ffeith *1
For the program Mrs. Herbert E.
Hart talked about "Art in Christmas
Decoration," explaining the develop
ment of art in stained glass windows
and illustrating the second part of
her talk, which dealt with the life of
Christ.in art, with reproductions of
paintings by Fea Angelica.
Acting as hostess for Mm. J. H.
Harris, Mm. G. M. Holden served
Christmas tree salads, stuffed dates,
.cheese straws, pickles and coffee.
The Holden home waa decorated with
berries and potted plants.
MRS. ROUSE HOSTESS, ?? ? A
Mrs. R. O. Rouae entertained at a
dinner party Tuesday evening in
compliment to lira. L. T. Ballentine,
of Raleigh, wife of Lt-Ckrw. Ballen
tine, who w?e guest of Mr. Rouse
end the speaker at the Rotary dub
The table was centered with white
chrysanthemums and fern in a crys
tal bpwi flanked by white candies in
crystal candelabra. Qoyers were Jaid
for six and n course dinner was ser
ved at 0:30 q'clqek. .
guests enjoying Mrs. Round's hos
pitality were Mrs. Ballentine, Mrs.
Alonza Edwards of Hookerton, Mrs.
R. LeRoy Rollins, Mrs. G. A. Rouse
and Mrs. L. E. Walston.
A dessert oouree with coffee was
served after the . Rqtarlans. their
speaker of the evening and Mr. Ed
wards returned to the Rouse hpme.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUR
"The History of Stained Glan
Window*" was related by Mrs. Her
bert B, Bart at the Junior Woman's
club Tuesday night. The speaker was
introduced by Mrs. L. T. Pierce, Jr.
> Miss Mary Thorne Tyson and Mrs.
Bill Candler, hostesses in the home
of the former, served.
Mrs. I. D. Klrklin was welcomed as
I want to thank everyone who sent
me cants, flowers and gifts since I
have been in nursing a broken ankle.
"Psey helped go much.
* ? ' Mm Pearl Johnston.
k - NOTE OF THANKS
We wish to take this means to ax
tend oar sincere thanks to oar qumy
friends and toyed anal for the beauti
il floral offerings and many deeds
of kindness shown us daring the
death of oar toyed one,
Mr and Mrs. Louis g. WiUoughby.
Mr. and Mre. Jack K,
Mrs. put Ruffin entertained her
bridge club- and additional guests at
her home Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Henrietta M. William son
scored high for the club and reoeived
a'^ox of Christmas wrappings. High
for visitors, an nppliqued towel,
went to Mrs. R. T. ^Williams. The
low score prise, hi jaos, was retained
by Mrs. Emerson Smith.
Yellow chrysanthemums and scar
let sage made an attractive setting
for the four tables,
. After cards were laid aside a salad
course carrying out the' yellow and
white color schemd'wae served with
coffee. Mrs. W. Leslie end Mrs.
Emerson Smith agisted- the hostess
in serving, -
The guests included Mrs. Sam D.
Bundy, Mm C. H. Flanagan, Mrs.
W. R. Burke, Mf?- R. T. Williams,
Mrs. James R Hockaday, Mrs. Hu
bert Joyner, Mrs. Marvin Horton,
Mrs. J. W. Joyner. Mrs. W. S. Roy
ster, Mrs. Emerson Smith and Mrs.
W. C. Holston.
Mrs. J. D. Joyner was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday night in her
home which was decorated with yel
low chrysanthemum*, x&t
A sweet course followed by cheege
straws god coffee were served upon
arrival of the guests. Thanksgiving
tallies and napkins were used.
Prises were won by Mrs, Emerson
Smith, who made high score for
giiests, by Mrs. Bfll Candler, who
scored high for the club add by
Mrs. Bob Wheless who . made low
Special, guests included Mrs. How
ard Harris, Mrs. J. R. Harris, Mm.
Aflen Drake, Mrs. Carol Modlin, Mrs.
John C. Parker and Mrs. Smith.
The Wednesday Afternoon chib
and additional guests, Mrs. Allen
Daiden and Mrs. John D. Dixon,
were entertained by Mrs. R. C. Go
penhaver. As .guests arrived the
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Daiden and
Mrs. Robert Lee Smith, served Os
good piea topped with whipped
ere^m, cheese .kracketts, watermelon
rind pickle in dlkmond and heart
shapes, and coffee. Later in the
afternoon coca colas and salted nuts
Tallies, yellow candles, flower ar
rangements of chrysanthemums and
other decorations were suggestive of
the Thanksgiving season. The tables
were spread with wKite cloths and
eenterpd with reflectors on which
were placed decorated grapefruit'
besketa containing grapes and nuts
and flanked by turkejfi.
? Mrs. W. Alex Allen .received aa as
sortment of jellies ss the high seore
award, Low prise, floral note paper,
i waa given to Mrs. George Moore, Jr.
| The high prise for guests, candy, was
I awarded Mrs, Dixon.
BOOtf AND BRIDGE
Mrs. Lewis Allen entertained the
Book and Bridge club and additional
friends, Mrs. Charles Hotchkiss of
Elisabeth City, a former memifer,
Mrs. W. Alex Allen, Mrs. Edison
Moore, Mrs. E. N. Petteway, Mrs.
Charles ? Edwards and Mrs. George
Moore. Jr., Friday afternoon.
A dessert course was served be
fore tl^ games. During play coca
colas and-salted huts were passed.
Mrs. Edison Moore made high
Throughout the reception booms,
chrysanthemums wefe used. '
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LAMBS NIGHT SPEAKER
Sam D. Bandy, superintendent of
er at the 188th
diet Night of the
number 89 in
?J?fc, Bjmdy , . ? ???
at the TrenMb' Rotary Club Ladies
Night on next Tuesday night He
will be accompanied by Mrs. Bandy,
Mm. W. W. Parker, Sr?
pia-o teachers, Hend
says: "A lady from
brought her piano here for
tune aa soon as you got here."
U C P. Beacon of farmville writes:
"After you repaired and tuned the
need piano I bought fa Parmviile, I
hauled it to Ellerbe, 165 mtiefe. After
placing it and haying it played, I
wish to say I found everything id
JAMES 6. MEHEGAN
Master Piano Timer
269 W. Lenior Ave.
KINSTON, N. C.
Mr*. W. B. TttgwwU is improving I
at Woodard-Herring hospital, Wil
aon, after undergoing an operation I
laat week. rr.- * HM
Mr. and Nn. Sam D. Bandy and
? attended the Baptist Union
i HpjH?> held at Lw?tt laat Sunday
Mr, Bandy apoke at the afternoon
session on "Challenge to (
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