(Bj MBS. 6.' W. PEEBLES)
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Mrs. L. F. Walston is ill of tonsi
litis and cold. ' \
Mrs. Hvman Norville is confined
to her bed with a cold.
Mr& Lola Peebles and little daugh
ter, Ituth, spent Thanksgiving with
Mrs. J. 0. Sugg of Snow Hill.
Mrs. E. G. Webb and "Mrs. Isaac
Cobb have been spending some time
here during the illness of their mo
ther, Mrs. L. F. Walston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Griffin were
hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Dorphy Felton
and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Peebles
Sunday night at supper.
Mrs. J. L. D. Corbett is at home
again after a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. John Evans of Nashville
who has been ill of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbett spent
Thanksgiving holidays in Salisbury
with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinson.
They saw the Davidson-Wake For
est football game.
Mrs. Curtis Webb spent Thanks
giving in Salisbury with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Peebles and
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Griffin went to
Charlottesville for the holidays.
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rhey viewed Monticello and other
points of interest along1 with the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Felton of Fay
etteyille enjoyed their holiday with
Mrs. A. B. Felton and family. Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorphy Felton, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Felton and Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus Felton of Battlehoro
were also guests of Mr. and Mrs.
The Big Eight Club met with Mrs.
G. W. Peebles Monday night.
Mrs. C. K. Griffin scored high at
the end of five progressions and re
ceived a hand painted flower pot.
Mrs. Peebles served her guests a
Mrs. Margaret McKeel announces
the marriage of her daughter, Mar
garet Ann to J. C. Deshields.
Miss McKeel left here on Sunday,
November 25 with friends of Nor
folk and was married Thursday 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Deshields will make
their home in Norfolk.
I WANT TO ASK FARMVILLE
friends to help me get a job, any
thing that will pay part of our ex
penses.?JAMES R. MOORE, 250
Cool Spring St., Fayette ville, N.
C. ' ll-15-2ws
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEET
$ The Ladies Missionary Society j
of Fountain Baptist Church met on
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. C. M. Smith for a Mission Stu
dy Class. Mrs. Lester Newman of
Bethel conducted t^e class in a very
interesting study. of the book "At
The Gate Of Asia" by Mrs. J. C.
Farmer. At the conclusion of the
study sandwiches and hot coffee
were served by the hostess.
CHURCH MEMBERS MEET
On Monday evening Mr. Lester
Newman, pastor of Fountain Bap
tist Church met with the members
of the church at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. E. B. Beasley and led them in
a study of the book "Baptists At
Work." .After the study was com
ipleted several contests were enjoy
ed. A delicious salad course was
served by the hostess, assisted by
Mrs. F. L. Eagies, Mrs. J. E. Owens,
Mrs. J. M. Horton, Mrs. C. M. Smith,
Mrs. L. F. Yelverton and Mrs. M.
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Reddick were
hosts to their respective families at
a lovely buffet supper at their home
in Fountain, Thursday evening.
The tables was covered with a
banquet cloth of lace, centered with
an artistic arrangement of fruit and
ivy, flanked with mjnature turkeys.
Tall slender tapers in silver candle- '
sticks lighted the table. Mrs. G. C.
James, Mrs. F. S. Powell, Mrs. J. C.
Reddick, and, Mrs. W. V. Reddick j
assisted the hostess in serving at
the table, Miss Julia Ward Reddick, ?
daughter of the hostess, presided at
the coffee service*
Guests for the evening were, Mr. J
and Mrs. A. J. Crane and daughter,
Julia Frances, of Tarboro; Mrs. L.
L. Ward, Mrs. H. W. Brown, Miss ]
Virginia Brown, Miss Marjorie Wil- ]
liamson, Mrs. Burless Manning and
daughter, Shirley Brown, Mr. and 1
Mrs. W. J. Taylor and son, Walter, 1
of Bethel; Mr. and Mrs. G. C. James
and daughters, Dolores, Dorothy and i
Elinor Glyn; Mr. and Mrs. F. S. ?
Powell, of Parmalee; Mr. and Mrs.
N. O. VanNortwick and daughter,
Katherine, of Greenville; Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Reddick and children,
James Albert, Juanita and Emma
Jean; Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Reddick,
of Walstonburg; Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Reddick, of Hopewell, Va.; Miss
Grace Smith and Mr. J. C. James,
^Jr, of Fountain.
Nash county farmers report that
95 per cent of their tobacco has been
sold. All appear to be pleasied with
the prices this year.
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MAURY NEWS t
(Br MISS MATTIE LEE SUGG) 1
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Mr. Harmon Hardy was in Green
ilk Monday. j
Mrs. Bert Hardy spent last week i
tnd With friends in Benson.
M?. Marion Tucker and Hardy 1
Ubritton were Ayden visitors Tues- i
Mrs. L. A. Moye and little daugh- ]
er, Jeane, were Greenville visitors 1
Miss Martha Moseley is spending
this week end at her home in Kins- <
Miss Mattie Lee Sugg is spending 1
the week end with friends in Con- 1
Mr. and Mrs.' J. B. Frizzelle mo
tored over to Kinston Sunday after
Mrs. M. H. Tucker and Mrs. Hardy
Albritton were Farmville visitors on
Mrs. L. A. Moye attended the U.
D. C. meeting in Snow Hill Thurs
Mrs. D. E. Buffaloe, of Jonesboro,
is spending this week with her fa
ther, J. Ed. Sugg.
.There will be another round dance
in the Gym next Thursday night,
December 18th. Music will be furn
ihed by Thurston's orchestra from
locky Mount, N. d
Mrs. Bert Hardy and R. E. Willi*
ord spent Tuesday in Wilson with
4rs. Hardy's parents.
Mrs. L. A. Moye and Misses Mary
Mice Bullock and Hazel Ruth Turn
ige were in Farmville Tuesday.
The Christian Missionary Society
net in Hookertori Wednesday after
loon with Mrs. Will Kilpatrick.
Misses Mary. Alice Bullock and
Hazel Ruth Turnage are spending
the week end at their homes in
Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Albrittonand
laughter, Esther Lou, attended the J
P. T. A. meeting in Hookerton Tues
day night. Miss Esther Lou was on]
the program. .
LOST?ELKS CHARM, set with 3
small chip Diamonds, center stone
out. Finder please notify L. T.
Pierce, Farmville, N. C. ltp
MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Route
of 800 families. Write today.
Rawleigh, Dept. NCL?131?SA,
Richmond, Va. 4-wks
FOUND ? Check Protector Machine
on Highway near Marlboro. Own
er may secure same at Enterprise
office by paying for this adv. and
FOR DELICIOUS HOME-MADE
FRUIT CAKES and Plumb Pud- ,
ding for the holidays bm ar call
Miss Bettie Joyner. ll-16-4w
JUST TO REMIND YOU?When
in Farmville strolling around, if yon
chance to get on Main Street and
happen to want something to eat,
whether it be applet, grapes, oranges,
lemons, bread or cabbage, potato,
a bottle drink, or almost anything
else of which yon Hey pen to think,
stop at, the cab mounted mi wheels,
right on the vavant corner of Main
and Wilson Sta, JACK RUSSELL,
noted for fair prices, fall weight, and
a friendly smile. 1-1-25
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the estate of the late R. T. May,
of Pitt County, notice is hereby giv
en that all parties holding claims
against the estate of said deceased
must present same oc. or before De
cember 7, 1935, .cr this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery.
All persons owing said estate will
please make immediate settlement.
This 30th day of November, 1934.
MRS. IDA MAY,
John B. Lewis, Attorney. 6wks.
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