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Sharpe -: Memorial- - Chapel : in
u. Rocty .Mount war the setting on
- may i ior me marriage . 01 miss
-Martha Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Lee Smith of Seven
- Springs, Bt. ft to Mr. William Nor
. wood- Bobbitt, son of Mrs. W. .N.
Jf Bobbilt and the late Mr. Bobbitt of
s Castaiia, The' Rev. Norman John-
z son, pastor of the First forest yter-
E. latf Church of Rocky Mount offi
1: elated. t.ii 'r t " r ;! iV.
r A program Of wedding music was
presented by "Mrs. Thomas B. Sut
j .ler, organist, and Miss Virginia
; - Layden, soloist. The bride was giv
en in marriage by her brother-la
law Mr. James Price of Goldsboro
and the bridegroom had as his best
man hia brother, Robert Bobbitt.
Miss Rachel - Stevenson attended
the bride as maid of honor and
only attendant. The bride wore for
hrr w.'drtlng a navy blue gaberdine
suit wHli pink blouse, . pink and
blue picture hat with pink and
blue flower trim and veiling. -Her.
accessories were of navy blue and
she', carried a bouquet of white
tube roses and lilies of the valley,
centered with a white orchid. :
The, bride's .motner was attired
in a navy blue model with navy and
white accessories and a purple or
chid corsage. The groom's mother
was dressed in gray with black ac-
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cessories and wore a purple orchid
corsage. . -
:. Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Bobbitt left for
bridal trip. Mrs. Bobblt is a gradu
ate of B. F. Grady High School ard
of Park View Hospital School of
Nursing in Rocky Mount.
i Mr, Bobbitt is a graduate of the
Edwarl Best School at I.ouifburg
and is associated with the Watson
Tobacco Co. there.
James Miles was host to Irs
bridge club at his home Wednes
day night. Aubrey Turner was the
winner of high score prize. John
nie Watllngton received consola
tion prize and Robert Holt a prize
for bingo. The host served chicken
salad sandwiches, coca colas and
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Pink Mill, tl. C.
Phones: 2376 and 2154
HrD. C. Meets
A meeting of the Home Demon
stration Club was held in the
aum i of Mrs. L. H. Turner Thurs
day afternoon. Miss Woodward
Bayers, Asst. Home Agent, cave a
demonstration of flower arrangement.
The club made plans to entertain
the teachers of the school and thdr
husbands at a supper and also dis
cussed collecting books for the high
school library, which is one of the
projects, for the year. The next-
meeting will be held June 1 with
Mrs. J. J. Davis as hostess at her
; Sandwiches, potato chips, deviled
eggs, pickles and bridal cakes were
Mrs. J. D. Sandlin, Sr. directed
the guests to the gift room. '
The house was beautifully deco-
Seven Springs Native Turns Music Writer
Mrs. V. B. Peele, nee Carrie Dixie
Bhtzell, native of , Seven Springs
flowers. About 40 guests called be
tween the hours of 7:30 and 8:10.
rated with a profusion of spring j and a graduate of Blackstone Col
lege for Women, Blackstone, Va.,
has turned poet and music writer,
Among a number of her composi
tions is the one below whioh is to
be put to music by Romtnie O'Dan-
:1 and Tommie Haas of Ft Worth,
Texas. They wrote -the music to
CAROLINA JUBILEE. Mrs. Peele
now liv( in Goldsboro and spends
her time writing. While at Black
stone she was the college poet.
It's Autumn In Caroline
Mrs. Graham Turner was hostess
to a regular circle meeting of the
women of the Presbyterian church
at her home Monday night. ;
Mrs. N. P. Farrior led the group
in prayerr ,
A Bible School to be held later
in the summer, was discussed and
the' time for it to begin was left up
to the pastor. Other business was
discussed after which the meeting
wa turned over to Mrs. T.. A. Tur
ner who conducted the Bible Study.
The meeting closed with mizpah.
The hostess served ice cream and
'AN D EQUIPM E N T "
, DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
John II. Cater. Ccpdy,
; KINSTON, N. C. ' '
Mesdames Aubrey Turner, Lin-J
wood Turner and J. D. Sandlin, Sr.
of Beulaville were joint hostesses
Friday evening at the home of Mrs.
Aubrey Turner in Pink Hill at a
miscellaneous bridal shower hon
oring Mrs. Elbert Smith. The hon
oree was presented a corsage of
red roses by her hostesses upon
arrival. The guests were . greeted
by Mrs.. Linwood Turner and pre
sented, informally to Mrs. Smith
and her aunt, Mrs. Flora Warren of
Mesdames James Miles and Levi
Everett invited the guests into the
dining room where Mrs. Jones
Smith, the bride's mother-in-law,
presided at the punch bowl. The
u4wbs iao;e was covered with a
maderia cut work cloth, centered
with a crystal bowl of mixed roses,
sweet peas and fern, flanked by
crystal candelabra holding burning
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Mr. Jasper Tyndall was at South
Mills Sunday to accompany home
Mrs. Tyndall and young daughter
who -spent last week with relatives.
Mrs. T. A. Turner was the honor
ed guest on Mother's Day of her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. aii
Mrs. Frank Parrott at dinner
Misses Ann and Ellen Jones of
Cameron. N. C, and Mrs. W. B,
Marshburn of Richlands were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner
at the week end.
Mr. Forrest Smith of Klnston
visited his brother Mr. Jones Smith,
who Is ill, on Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruff in at
tended a State Medical Meeting at
Pinehurst Monday through Wednes
day of this week.
The Rotary Club of Warsaw en
joyed a barbecue chicken supper at
Maxwell Mill Wednesday night
Mrs. Walter Godwin and daugh
ters of Wilmington spent the week
end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Maxwell.
Mayor and Mrs. Tom Davis visit
ed relatives at Swansboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams at
tended the baccalaureate sermon
in Kenansville Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J F. May were at
Red- Springs Tuesday afternoon to
attend M.-y Day Exercises at Flora
Ma-donald College. Their daughter,
Miss Ann May, represented the
sophomore class at the festival.
Mrs. Horace Tyndall has return
ed from visiting relatives in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ball were I
dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Eg
bert Grady at their home near
Seven Springs Sunday.
By: DIXIE B. PEELE
In a little old town on the river
We used to wonder and play.
Twas there you vowed to me
That you'd come back - some day.
Now it's AUTUMN IN CAROLINE
But it's springtime in my heart
For you're con-ins back to me
'?ack where we'll never part.
J've waited long for your romi.ig
Waiting and yearning fnr you
Now it's AUTUMN IN CAROLINE
But the skies will forever be bh.e.
Together we'll roam the old lane,
VhiT the roses are blooming for
And tho' it's beeu years Since you
Our love has ever been true.
5. Keep your bike in good con
dition, brakes working well?
6. Have -bike equipped with bell
or other warning device?
7. Refuse to carry extra rider?
8. Avoid all hitching?
9. Keep from stunting in traffic'.'
10. Carry packages in basket or
11. Walk bike across heavy tni-fic?
12. Watch carefully" at railroad
13 Keep out of car tracks -nd
14. Use extra caution on all side
15. Come out of driveways ttewV
16. Have light in front "and UgM
or reflector at rear if ridlnf at
17. Wear light-coloi ed clothing at
18. Get off the roadway to make
19. Watch out for doors or park
ed cars opening suddenly?
20. Want to ride safely.
"How do you rate" asked Major
Gaynor. "If there Is even one of
t,-..se rules for safe riding that you
slip up on, will you resolve to cor
rect it now? Let's make North
Carolina a place where all bike
riders know how to ride safely "
"The Duplin Story" is
glory. Buy your ticket now.
State College Hints
Eyesight is precious - - how well
we know! Oone way to guard this
treasure la to have adequate light.
Every place where reading, sewing
or other close-seeing jobs are done
thould be illuminated properly.
Choose a study lamp that is tall
nough and with a shade bread
onough to spread a wide circle of
useful light - allowing one to sit
up comfortably while reading. Be
sure the lamp has a diffusing
I owl under the shade to reduce
the glare and soften the light. Sel
lect shades broad at the bottom,
deep enough to conceal the diffu
sing bowl and with a white lining
to reflect the light. Select ihacies
that harmonise where two or more
lamps are used In the same room
Plain shades are always good.
Walloon's Watch Shop
Has a new location in Pink Hill (on the new highway). Please
take time to stop by and look at the fine line of Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Rings, Silver-ware, and many, many ether.
EASY TERMS. ALSO RING SIZING AND WATCH REPAY
ING. Shop for gifts for EVERY occasion.
John H. Watlington, Jr. Prop.
Mr. Ralph W.1-Turner, Farm
Management Specialist with Farm
ers Home Administration, recently
spent a day in the county assisting
farmer? in developing better tenure
arrangements . and - suggesting
means and methods of preventing
soil erosion. Mr. Turner also plan
ned means whereby the county
supervisor could assist the farmers
working with the FHA program to
become better informed on better
Mr. Turner for the past two
years has been in charge of several
hundred farms in Berea. Thesy
were farms in the custody of the
II. S. Government. He was repre
senting this government and assist.
Bike Riders Take
Mej. S. J. Gaynor, Jr. assistant
director of the Highway Safety Di
vision today asked everyone who
rides a bicycle to take a pencil and
test -his knowledge of regulations
and safety tips of bike riding.
"Score yourself five points for
every question where you can ans
wer 'yes'. If you score 75 (15 quest
ions correct) that is fair; 80 points,
good; 85 points, excellent, 90 su
per; and If you score 100, you ought
to be on the police force," he said.
1. Observe .all traffic rules and
2. Keep to the right?;
3 Ride single file? '
4. Signal when making turn?
cd the farmers there in acquiring
possesion of these farms that were
lost during the war.
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EVERY WEDNESDAY, 2:00 P. M.
FOR THE TOP CASH DOLLAR
SELL YOUR NEW OR USED CAR OR TRUCK
ON THE AUCTION BLOCK FOR ONLY
Anyone May Sell - Sale Rain or Shine I
Herbert W. Pate
OWNER and AUCTIONEER
GOLDSBORO HIGHWAY - - PHONE 4527
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Planter, cultivator, and other Implement
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Cracked or broken part should be welded
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