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| LOCALS AND PERSONALS
I OF INTEREST TO
? Farmviile and Surrounding Sections ^
Mrs. Bllen Hill is on the sick list
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Rev. J. W. Heyes spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in Eden ton.
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Mrs. Sterling Gates has returned af
ter a visit to friends in Tarboro.
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Mrs. Ernest Gainor returned Mon
day from a visit to relatives in Wil
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Mr. W. S. Shackleford, of Fields
boro, was a Farmville visitor Tues
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Olivia Rasberry spent three weeks
in Kinston visiting her relatives and
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Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bjnum and Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Bynura were Pinetops
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Mrs. J. T. Bondy returned last Sat
urday, after a weeks visit to relatives
in South Carolina .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wheless and
Miss Mary Jerome are spending the
week-end at Spring Hope.
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Miss Eloise Pembroke, student at
A. C. C. Wilson, was the week-end
guest of Mrs. 0. E. Fox.
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Miss Minnie Best Dail, of Snow Hill
was the week-end guest of her sisters,
Mesdames G. A. Rouse and G. M.
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Nick Otte just installed Electric
Cross built by the Farmville Electric
Shop on the tower of the Episcopal
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No services at Baptist Church Sun
day. There will be neither morning
or evening services at the local Bap
tist Church Sunday.
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Rev. D. E. Hill, Messrs. J. W. Hol
mes and George Davis are attending
the Southern Baptist Convention in
Atlanta, Ga., this week.
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Rev. N. N. Fleming, Jr., and family
arrived Thursday from Wilmington.
Mr. Fleming' is the new pastor of the
Presbyterian Church here.
are spending this week at Morehead
City. They made the trip by auto,
and were accompanied by Mrs. J. I.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Satterfiela and
I small son, of Richmond, Va., arriv
I ed Friday for a visit to Mrs. Satter
? field's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
I Gates. Mr. Satterfield returned Mon
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I Messrs. J. L Morgan, of this city I
I and H. A. White Greenville, returned I
I Sunday from New Orleans where 1
I they attends il the annual convention I
I of the Interstate Cotton Seed Crush-1
I ers* AssKhtha
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Mrs. Theo Middleton and daughter, I
I Miss Elizabeth of Magonlia, arrived I
I here Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. I
? D. E. Hill. Mrs. Middleton returned I
I in the evening leaving Miss Elizabeth I
I for a longer visit with her sister. I
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We are requested to announce that I
I them ?? be preaching at the Presby-1
I terSan church here Sunday morning at I
I 11:0? o'clock and Sunday evening at I
? 8:00 o'clock by Rev. N. N. Fleming!
I the new paster I
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I Master Jsaee Carr was the faekyfl
? guesser in die contest put on last!
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I ^gular weekly meting at the home
with, item and enjawipanied by de
YIMB!b IkAttM mam t, i._
TSi Daughters were invited by Mrs
r is mjTij tn mm* th iT?i
H J Jjtjxt. . > .8^"hfd ? v- *'.y ?,.? i
Monday, May 19th.
3:30 p. m.?Loyal Daughters meet
with Mrs. G. M. Shirley.
3:30 p. m.?Methodist Mission Study
Class meets with Mrs. J." H*
3:30 p. m.?Circle Np. 1 Presbyterian
meets with Mrs. Frank Dupree.
3:30 p. m.?Circle No. 2 Presbyterian
meets with Miss Mamie Ruth
4:30 p. m.?Declamation and Recita
tion Contest by Expression pupils
in school auditorium.
3:00 p. m.?RL Rev. Thomas C. Darst,
Bishop of East Carolina holds
Confirmation service in Episcopal
8.-00 p. m.?Odd Fellows meet hi
Tuesday, May 20.
3:30 p. m.?Tuesday afternoon Club
meets with Mrs. Harvey Turnage.
7:00 p. m.?Rotarians have supper in
8:00 p. m.?Order of the Eastern Star
meets-in Masonic Hall.
Thursday, May 23.
3:30 p. m. Magazine Club meets with
Mrs. J. L. Shackleford.
8:00 p. m.?Masonic Lodge meets in
Friday, May 23.
8:00 p. m.?Modern Woodmen meet in
8:00 p. m.?Boy Scouts meet in Hut.
8:00 p. m.?Class Day Exercises in
B. B. Slaughter, Pastor.
Worship and sermon at 11:00 a. m.
and 8:00 p. ,m. Morning subject; "A
Neglected Part of the Great Commis
sion", evening subject, "A Life and its
Sunday school at 10:00 a m. A. H.
Joyner acting superintendent.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8:00 p.
Rev. J. T. Harris, of Bethel, was a
Farmville visitor Friday.
RITE OF CONFIRMATION
Rev. Thomas C. Darst, Bishop of
East Carolina will preach in Emm
anuel Episcopal church Monday even
ing at 8:00 o'clock. The solemn rite
of Confirmatioiv will be performed by
him at this service to which the public
is cordially inyited.
Alty and Mrs. W. G. Sheppard en
tertained Misses Rachel Jordon and
Rae Dawson at a supper party Wed
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the Woman's Auxiliary of the
Episcopal church- was held at the
home of Mrs. J. T. Harris on Monday
In the absence of Mrs. G. A. Jones,
president of this body, Mrs. J. L.
Shackleford called the meeting to or
der and led the devotional service
assisted by Mrs. J. W. Heyes who
read the scripture lesson.
During the routine of business sev
eral important matters were discussed
and deeided upon. A discussion and
review of the book on Stewardship
recently studied by this group, was
led by Mrs. C. S. Rountree.
After a. prayer the meeting ad
journed. The name of Mrs. A. S.
Bynum was added to the roll, at this
time and a cordial welcome extended
her by the members.
EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL CHURCH
J. W. Heyes, Rector.
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and
Sermon. Subject: "This is the Lord's
8:00 p. m. Evening P,;:yer and Ser
mon. Subject: "The Church and Jap
Church school at 9:45. Adult Bible
class meets in the Church. Leader
Mr. Hooper. Subject "The Teachings
of Jesus concerning Prayer."
Young People's Service League at
1:00 p. m. Address by the Rector.
"The Apostolic Church".
The Rt Rev. Thomas C. Darst will
preach in this Church on Monday
night at 8:00 !>? m. and at St. Bar
nabas Church, Snow Hill, on Tues
day at 11:00 a. m.
Mr. Hooper wijl conduct the Ballard
Church school on Sunday afternoon at
.3 o'clock. IK 1
I piece of good luck the other day. A
horseshoe fell from over hie door and
hit him on thd head and 1m was un
conscious while five oil) collectors call
MISS WILLIAMS HOSTESS
I Miss Carrie Williams was hostess'
I to the Young Peoples Mission Study
Class of the M. E. Church on Monday
evening at her home near this place.
The meeting was called to order by
the President, Mrs. D. G. Allen and
the scripture lesson read and discuss
ed by Mrs. B. B. Slaughter and Miss
Winnie Carr. 'An interesting pro
gram was given by Misses Rachel
Jordon, Nancy Bynum and Carrie Wil
liams on Education and the need of
our Rural Schools.
This organisation has been engag
ing in a membership contest for three
months having been divided into two
groups for this purpose. A great
deal of interest has been manifested
by both sides and 15 members were
added to the roll during the contest.
Group No. 2 won by 18 points.
Before the end of the social hour
the hostess assisted by her sisters
Misses Hazel, and Dorothy Williams
served delicious strawberry short
MISS MARY ALICE BEAMAN
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Miss Mary Alice Beaman was hos
tess Wednesday evening to her
friends when she entertained in honor
of her thirteenth birthday at her home,
(on Contentnea street
A large majority of the forty guests
! invited were present The" wide
porch was very inviting with its
bright lights, baskets of flowers and
punch table banked with honeysuckiy
Many inetresting games, music Mm
contests ware enjoyed throughou/the
evening in- the spacious reception
rooms beautifully decorated witl ros
es and fragrant irith honeysuckle.
Delicious ice cream and waferslwere
served by Misses Beaman's mother.
Mary Alice is the sweet little ti
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Beaman
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Patron?Waiter/ there is sand in
this bread. ; ^ /V V
? Waiter?Yes, sir That's to keep
the butter from sliding off.
MBS. TURNAGE HOSTES
Mrs. B. 0. Turn age was hostess to 4
the Mei-ry Matrons and other friends 1
on Tuesday afternoon at her home on J
Church street. j
The spacious recaption room was .<
artistically decorated" with roses and 3
sv.eetpeas and a profusion of these |
flowers were also used in the hall i
where in an alcove the arriring guests |
were served fruit punch and sand- j
wiches by Mesdames R. A. Fields, ^
A. C. Monk and W. Leslie Smith.'* !
A short business session was called J
by Mrs. J. I. Morgan in the absence J
of the president and a letter read i
by Mrs. J. W.. Parker from the pres- <
ident of the Parent-Teacher Associa- J
tipn asking this organization to buy a J
framed picture for the school during <
the Elson Art Exhibit held under its 3
auspices this week. This was agreed |
The remainder of the afternoon was 3
spent in gay conversation, sewing and <
pleasant (and otherwise) reminiscen- ,
ces of the recent Federation meeting .J
held in Raleigh by the delegates and ;
visitors in attendance. *
Delicious strawberry short cake was J
served before the meeting adjourned. J
Mrs. Turnage's special guests ware <
Mesdames B. B. Slaughter, J. H. Har- 3
ris, F. M. Davis, T. W. Lang, D. E. J
Oglesby, J. L. Shackleford and Miss .<
Minnie Bept Dail of Snow Hill.
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Lis^^our Taxes at W. M. Bang J
Co's. stoSyWhere the books ape now 3
Wfll be at iNyfolIowinj^places on 3
dates named: Le^s^Jnll,^Tuesday ;
May 20th; Lang's Cw^toads, Thurs- <
day May 22, and MarHttro, Mon- 3
da? May 26th./ \ . J
A. H.Jplyner, Town ListerSs^ - <
How did old-timers conduct a cam- J
paign before they learned the bechni- <
que of gossip ? <
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? key eiipe to otiybfoflt ths colls
volt tubes the clips ami* only con
i meet 1 sell of the battery. It fa
advisable, however, to change the
dips from one call to . the other
every fow days, In order to drain*
the battery evenly. This k rec
ommended when yon wish to w
dry call tabes In some experiment.
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Dont worry so nrach about
"rammer statfc." Think about your
B battery. The trouble may be
the battery and, presto! no *statie.M
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A ground damp or wira cannot
be soldered to a imtmptoe until
it Use a prick-point damp on the
water ptee aid solder the ground
wiretoXd&p.. , .
1 lines illin to the Labora
tory ot the Washington Bureau of '
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Standards, No. 14 solid, ban, cop
per wife, at larger sires, is bm
for otttdoor antennas. Stranded
wire, thengh stronger, has greater
resistance and hence lower signals.
Fifty to-150 feet, direct from the
set to the highast; point available
at tike distant end la recommended.c
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It eliminates static and inter**.
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