North Carolina Newspapers

    SECTION ONE-
SOCIETYNEWS
Kitty Campen Will Be
Presented To Society'
One of Edenton’s young ladies has
been selected to make her debut at the
Terpsichorean club’s 1954 Debutante
Ball which will be held in Raleigh
September 9, 10 and 11.
The young lady to be presented to
society is Miss Catherine Pruden
Campen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Camper.
Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Helms and
family have returned to their home in
Westover Heights after a visit with
Mrs. Parker’s parents in Scranton,
Pa., and relatives in Brooklyn, N. Y.
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At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Adams and
family and Master Harry Spruill, Jr.,
of Windsor are spending this week at
Nags Head.
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Week-end In High Point
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keeter and
son, Billy, spent the week-end in High
Point as guests of their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Selas Meilon
as. Billy remained to spend a month
with his sister.
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Return Home i
Miss Mary Pearl Harrell and Jack ;
Bateman have returned from War- ]
wick, Va., after spending a week with
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
James Cale.
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At Carolina Beach ■
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spruill and f
daughter, Janie, are spending this
week at Carolina Beach.
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At Nags Head ]
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cozzens and s
family and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Perry 1
and family are spending this week at
Nags Head.
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Greenville Visitors <•
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Forehand and t
daughter, Nancy of Greenville spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Forehand.
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Returns Home j
Mrs. G. A. Helms has returned a
home after spending a week visiting
her sister, Mrs. B. T. Parker and Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Eure of Gates, N. C.
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Guest For Few Days e
Miss Catherine Hill of Deep Run, i;
N. C„ will arrive Thursday to spend!
several days as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Medlin Belch at their home in
Westover Heights. Ic
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At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Swanner and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hollo-, 1
well and family are at Nags Hoad s
this week. if
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Sunday Guests i
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spruill and
family spent Sunday with Clarence :
Spruill. t
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Williamston Guest
Mr. and Mrs. John Byrum have as
[their guest this week Mrs. Montez
Godwin of Williamston.
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Returns From Tour
Miss Louise Smith has returned to
her home in Pembroke Circle after a
two-weeks’ tour of the New England
States and Canada.
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At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Perry and fam
ily are spending this week at Nags
Head.
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Return From Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Turbeviile and
son have returned from a two-weeks’
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Samarin, in New Brighton, Pa.
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Return Home
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morgan, Jr., of
Portsmouth, Va., and son, Shirley 111.
have returned home after spending a
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Goodwin.
At Camp Sea Gull
Richard Goodwin is spending this
week at Camp Sea Gull.
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Guests of Duncans
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Duncan had as
their guest last week Mr. and Mrs.
P. W. Duncan of Panama and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Brown of New York.
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Elizabeth City Visitor
Miss Rita Marie Jackson of Eliza
beth City spent last week with her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Car- j
ter.
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South Carolina Visitors
Uriah Stewart and son, Lawrence
Blackman Stewart of Florence, S. C.,|
spent a few days visiting his uncle, j
W. O. Speight.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Conger, Jr., and ]
children are spending some time at,'
the Arlington Hotel at Nags Head. i
Week-end At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Jackson and 1
children of Elizabeth City and Mr. and 1 :
Mrs. Dan Carter spent last week-end 1
at Nags Head.
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Wilmington Visitor
C. Heide Traske, Jr., of Wilmington il
was the guest of his sister and broth- \ 1
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gilliam Wood :
last week.
Here From Driver
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones of Driv
er was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence White last week.
Visiting Father
Douglas Jackson of Greenville is -
spending the summer months with his,,
father. Hunter Jackson. j,
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4 isits Parents
Mrs. W. H. Warren of Wilson spent 1
a few days last week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodwin.
THE CHCWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N. C„ THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1954.
Engaged
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JACQUELYN FAYE BUNCH
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bunch of Route
3, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jacquelyn Faye, to Robert
Carroll White, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. White of Edenton. The wed
ding will take place on August the
twenty-ninth. The public is invited to
attend.
i At Nags Head
Col. and Mrs. W. B. Rosevear are
spending some time at the Croatan
Hotel at Nags Head.
New Bern Visitor
! Miss Mary Windley Dunn of New
Bern will arrive this week to spend
some time with Miss Harriet Conger.
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Elizabeth City Visitor
: Hallett Ward of Elizabeth City is
spending several weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Carter.
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Miss Goodman’s Guests
Miss Jackie Aldridge of Winston-
Salem and Miss Barbara Moore and
j Emily Micheal of Canton were the
guests of Miss Thomissa Goodman last
, week.
In Tennessee
Miss Thomissa Goodman is spend
ing this week in Gatlinburg, Tenn.,
and the western part of North Caro
lina.
Raleigh Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Holoman of
Raleigh spent Thursday and Friday of
| last week with Mr. Holoman’s brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Holoman.
Visit In Maryland
Mrs. McKay Phthisic and daughter, j
Patricia Ann and Herbert Lane and
Miss Thelma Hare spent Sunday .visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Brafford in
Beltsville, Md. They were joined by
Mr. Phthisic at Beltsville who return
led after attending a national meat
j cutting school held in Toledo. Ohio,
| for eight weeks.
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Visit Here
| Mr. and Mrs. Eddie J. Hariek and
i son. Eddie of Albany. X. Y.. will leave
I Friday after spending a few days as
guests of Mrs, Harick’s uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1.. Hawkins.
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Spend Time In Edenton
Mr. and Mrs. X*. C. Hilburn and
children, Warner, Shirley and Mar
garet of South Boston, Va., arrived in
Edenton last week for Mr. Hilburn to
celebrate his birthday with his twin
.sister, Mrs. C, O. Letcher and bro
, ther-in-law, Mr. Letcher.
Rocky Mount Visitors
Warren Oldham and daughter of
| Rocky Mount were Sunday guests of
I Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Bufflap. Mr.
j Oldman about 20 years ago was an
Edenton Daily News employee.
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Texas Visitors
R. G. (Bob) Oglesby and daughter,
Lynda, of Dallas, Texas, left Satur
day after visiting his brother and sis
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oglesby,
for several days.
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Attends Training Workshop
Mrs. Raymond Carr spent last week
in Chapel Hill as a guest of the Uni
versity Extension Division. Mrs. Carr
was among the group of North Caro
jlina women invited to participate in a |
Leadership Training Workshop for’
[Community Education.
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. Florida Visitor
Mrs. F. H. Willis of Fort Launder
! dale, Florida, is visiting her brother,
J. N. Oglesby and Mrs. Oglesby.
Week-end Guests
Mr. and Mrs. James Dail of South
Norfolk were week-end guests of Mrs.
Dail’s mother, Mrs. John Garrett.
BIBLE CLASS MEETING
The Young Woman’s Bible Class of
the Edenton Baptist Church will meet
Tuesday night at 7:30 o’clock at the j
church. All members are especially
urged to attend.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haynes of
Goldsboro announce the engagement
|of their daughter, Miss Lillian Cecelia
Haynes, to Wade H. Jordon, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jordan. The
wedding is scheduled to be held Sun
day. August 22.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Miss Lillian Mae
> Bowser to Andrew Lee Roberts has
• been announced by her mother, Mrs. j
; Victoria Bowser of Edenton. The
, bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mr. I
. and Mrs. W. H. Roberts of Route
. three, Edenton. The wedding is plan
i ned for Saturday, August 14.
Miss Carolyn Swindell
Guest Os Honor At Tea
Mrs. Thomas Cross and Mrs. R. T.
Harrell were hostesses at a tea on
July 21 at the home of Mrs. Harrell
honoring Miss Carolyn Swindell. Miss
Swindell and D. C. Lewis, Jr. f will be
united in marriage on Sunday, Aug-
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Mrs. R. W. Leary, Jr., introduced
guests at the receiving line, which
was composed of the hostesses, the
honoree and her mother, Mrs. James
D. Swindell. Miss Swindell was pre
sented a gladioli corsage.
The home was beautifully decorated
with mixed summer flowers. The din
ing table was covered with a cutwork |
table cloth centered with candles and,
epernettes filled with baby breath,
i snapdragons and fern.
| Miss Laura Satterfield and Miss I
Charlotte Bunch greeted the guests [
in the dining room. Miss Bebe Evans .
and Mrs. Leonard Small served punch. '
Mrs. Rodney Harrell, Jr., Miss Lillian I
Leary, Miss Nancy Boswell and Mrs.!
Melvin Evans assisted in serving.
Approximately 75 guests called dur-'
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Frank Cale To Preach ;
At Corapeake Revival,
The Rev. Caleb W. Goodwin, Jr.,)
| pastor of the Eureka Baptist Church I
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Masonic Fraternity
Awards Certificates
(Continued From Page One)
several years ago decided to make
Edenton his future home. His ser
vices have been invaluable in Una
nimity Lodge’s undertaking to build
I a Masonic temple for it was he who
drew the plans for the new building
lon East Water Street without any
'cost to the lodge. It was the desire
lof members of Unanimity Lodge to
jin some way show their appreciation
for Mr. Smith’s valuable services, so
ithat it was decided to make him an
honorary member of the Edenton
ilodge, the first time Unanimity Lodge
| has conferred this honor.
The certificates were presented by
H. A. Campen and both Ml*. Wood and
i Mr. Smith were visibly affected by the
(honor bestowed as a surprise upon
i them.
j The new Masonic temple is expect
jed to be completed by September.
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I We are taking this means to ex
' press our sincere thanks and appre
ciation for the many cards, flowers,
| expressions of sympathy and other
i deeds of kindness during the extended
* illness and death of our husband and
father, William A. Munden.
I ■—Mrs. W. A. Munden and Family.
    

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