- Leslie Smith left
for s week's visit to
r : "j : - r:
Alien of Claym will spend
day with Mrs. Virginia
Miss Teresa Wainwright and Jim
Harper Aswell of Snow Hill spent
Sunday in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bass of Nash
ville will spend Christmas day with
her father, L E. Walston.
Mrs. W. H. Dail of New Bern will
spend Christmas day with her moth
er, Mrs. J. W. Wainwright.
Mr. and Mm. Herbert E. Hart and
?an, 'Bnt, are spending the holidays
with relatives in Dublin, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tugwell of
Walstonburg spent Monday with Mr.
and Mrs. Richard F. Tugwell.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ruffin leave
Wednesday to spend the holidays
with relatives in Rocky Mount.
Mr. and Mm. John Eaaon and
family spent Sunday n Seima with
his mother, Mrs. Pheora Eason.
Miaa Agnes Moore of the Hender
son schools is spending the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lang.
Miss Mary Ellen Yelverton of Nor
folk, Va., is spending the holidays
with Mr. and Mm. Jack Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Barrett will
spend Chistmas Day in Rocky Mount
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barrett.
Mrs. McKay Washington of Eden
ton was the guest of heir 1 mother,
Mrs. 'J. W. Wainwright, Sunday.
Dr. Paul E. Jones, Jr., of Charlotte
will spend Christmas day with his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Edison Moore and
son, Ben, will leave Friday to spend
several days in Oriental with rela
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Atkinson of
Macclesfield will spend Christmas
day With her sister. Mis. L. E. Wal
Mrs. Ruth Teel. Mrs. Leonard Joy
ner and Mrs. L. E. Flowers were
Greenville visitors Tuesday after
? Miss Elisabeth Lang of Roanoke
Rapids is spending the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Mrs. Allen Darden returned Mem
day from a Greenville hospital and
is reaoperating nicely after an ope
Mr. and Mrs. J, Frank Harper and
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Palmer and
son visited friends in Warrenton last
Miss Wilms Stansill of Kannapolis
arrived Friday to spend the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Forbes and
daughters, Marcia and Sue, will
spend Christmas with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vainwright
and family of Greenville will spend
Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. .and Mrs. E. G. Aycock of
Portsmouth, Va., spent Friday night
and Saturday tHth Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. J. L. Rum ley of Greenville
will spend several days this week
with her daughter, Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Dooriey of
- Wilmington have arrived to spend
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mr. and' Mrs, Gilbert Wheless and
son of Roanoke, Va., will spend
-Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Wheless. ~ ?-> j
Mr. and Mia. Guy Stott, Mr. and
Mrs. Rupert Stott and Vaden Stott of
Wilson visited Mr. aqd Mrs. Manly
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ange and sons
of Wilmington will spend Christmas
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Andrews.
- John Wilkes left Tuesday for
Charleston, S. C., to be with Mrs.
Wilkes who is at the bedside of her
father, who is ill.
Mr. and Mia. Wayne A. Mitchell,
Jr., and daughter, Madeline, of Kin
Stan will spend Wednesday with
Mil. Dora H. Keel.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dixon and
children will be the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Knott Pfcoctor in Green
ville Christmas day.
Mr. and Mn. J. C. Meade and aon
of Roanoke, Va., are spending the
holidays with, her parent*, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Joyner.
Mr. and Mrs. John B Wright, Jr .
" son, Jack, of Wilson will spend
of the holidays with Mr. and
a Alex Souse.
? " Da"
meets with Mrs. Lee Oorbett.
?10 M a. ha.?Executive Committee,
Baptist Woman's Missionary
r, meets with Mia. H. D.
3:30 p. m.?Troop 4, Girl Scouts.
0:30 p. m.?Rotary. , ,' r
8:00 p. m.?Group 3, Christian,
. meets with Mia. Matthew DM1.
8:00 p. m.?Group 4, Christian,
meets with Mia. Sam D. Btmdy
ami Mrs. Archie Cayton. .i: ;
# Wednesday, 31
3:30 p. m.?-Brownies.
- Thursday, January 1
3.00 p. m.?Au Fait dub meets
with'Mrs. Howard Harris.
3:30 p. m.?Presbyterian Juniors
meet with Faye Mewborn.
7:30 p. m.?Junior Order.
8:00 p. m.?Group 2, Christian,
meets with Mrs. R. D. Rouse.
3:80 p. m.?U. Dv C.
7:00 p. m.?American Legion.
7:80 p. m.?Boy_ Scouts.
* Saturday, 3
10:00 a. m.?Bird Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Max McLeod and
children, Marine and Mike, of Dunn
will spend Christmas day with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bass.
Lti-Qol. and Mrs. Charles M. Duke
and son of West Point, N. Y., are
spending the holidays with her pa
rents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jonefc"|
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rector of
Washington, D. G, will arrive Wed
nesday night to spend several days
with Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Can: and
daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth; will
I spend Christinas day with Mrs. Char
lies Pumphrey in Upper Marlboro,
Mr. and Mrs. A* B. Mewborn and
family of Golds bo ro and Mrs. George
Edwards of Snow HOI will spend
Christmas day with Mrs. J. A. Mew
Mrs. Claude Tyson and sons, Stan
ley and Claude, Jr., spent the week
end with Mrs. Tyson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Harris, in Rocky
Mrs. J. I. Baker. who recently un-.
derwent an eye operation, is recupe
rating at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Thomas Crenshaw, in Colum
bia, S. G .
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Matthews of
Norfolk, Va., will spend Christmas
day with their parents, Mr. and Mw
B. W. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields and
Mrs. B. R. Fields attended the
Nobles-Kearney and Pleasant-Kear
ney weddings in Sqow Hill Saturday
| Mrs. Sam D. Bundy and Mrs. J. T.
Bundy attended a luncheon given by
Mrs. W. L. Best in Greenville Thurs
day for Miss Alyce Ruth Bundy,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Norris and
daughter, of Paterson, N. J.,' are
spending the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. M. Jj. Eason. Mrs. Eaaon is
[Mr. Norris' sister.
H. L. Baker of San Pedro, Calif.,
was the week end guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Mervin Tugwell. Mr. Baker I
will visit relatives and friends in I
Farm villa for sometime.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker,
Mrs. J. L. Baker, Jr., Mr. ancT Mrs.
Mervin Tugwell, Mr. George Baker
and families were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gay.
Bill Carr of Wilmington, Del., and
E. C. Carr, Jr., of Newport News,
Vary will arrive Christmas Eve to
spend the holidays with their parents,
Iff. and Mrs. E. G Carr.
Billy Crenshaw, student at E. C.
C? Greenville, spent a few days
it week with Mr. and Mrs. John
ison before going to his home in
Charlotte for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Iiles and
son, Lowell, Jr., 0f Raleigh are
spending the holidays with their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Manly Liles
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nichols.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G Murray
and Mrs. Frank M.
with Mrs. Don BL Keel,
and Mrs. L. L. Allen, Mfc
Upchurch and son,
Judy, of Raleigh,
I*y with Mr.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
HONORED BY MRS. JONES
Honoring the" members of her
Junior class in the Episcopal Sunday
school, Mrs. Will Jones, Jr., enter
tained at a Christmas party last
Louis Williams and
loynee won prizes in __BBL .
Decorated cakes, ice cream topped
with cherries, potato sticks and hot
diocolate were served. Napkins with
Christmas motifs were used.
FRESHMEN HAD CLASS
PARTY THURSDAY NIGHTl
A Chrstmas party was given by
he Freshman class Thursday night
n the high School gymnasium, which
vas decorated with a large tree in
he center of the floor, a Santa Claus
n the stage with the words Merry
Christmas in the background and pins
oughs around the sides.
Ruthe Tyson directed the gamee^
. snowball relay, Christmas nuts to
rack, Christmas stage coach and in
he snow. John Dunn, homeroom
eacher, entertained with piano solos,
?andng and carol singing were also
Green colored punch, an assort
lent-o^f cookies, sandwiches, peanuts,
otato chips and hard candy were
Committees which had charge of
rrangements were: decoration?Mi
Lam Sutton, chairman,. Nancy Lu
loo re, Gayte Flanagan, Carl Creech,
:ill Jones, Jimmy Horton, Howard
Ivans and Alexander Owens; refresh
lent?John Russell Joyner, chair
lan, Hazel Garris, Jean Boyce, Ann
iynum, Margaret Andrews, James
hoirne; entertainment ? Ruthe Ty
on, chairman, Robert Pollard, Sue
Uorthington, Charlotte Moseley and
PARTIES GIVEN BY
HIGH' SCHOOL CLASSES
Eleventh graders give s Christmas
party at the home of Robert Rollins
Thursday nighty with dancing and
games making up the evening's en
London .mist, cookies, staffed
dates, cheese biscuits, lollipops, pea
nuts and fudge were served
The Country club was the scene of
the party at which the members of
the tenjh grade were hosts, Thurs
day evening. A large tree stood in
on corner of the room. Candies were
used on the mantles, in the windows
and on the table, which was *centar
ed with a tray of cookies, sandwiches,
and candies, a gift frqm Mts. J. B.
loyner,' homeroom teacher. Bells
were hung from the ceiling. A red
satin bow hung from one edge of the
Other refreshments were red
punch, olives and pickles.
' Gifts were exchanged and the class
presented its teachers, Mrs. Joyner
and John Johnson, and Supt. am^
Mrs. Bundy with small romembran
Dancing, games, recitations
Bam Joyner and a
by Mr. Bundy
Boy and Ray Moore were hosts to
the Juniors Thursday afternoon for a.
Christmas party. Jeea Spencer,.told
the story of "The Other Wise Man"
and Ellen Norris Spence related the
birth of the Christ child.
Used toys brought by the "members
for a family who lost their home by
fire were collected. After ringing
carols and exchanging 'gifts,
group was served pepsi colas, pea
nuts, candies and fruit.
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*M graduated from
im college, Wilson,
past several years has
in the Ayd*> and
Mr.' Gaekine attended East Caro
lina Teachers college and the Univer
sity of North Carolina prior to serv
ing four years in the Nsvy. He is
now engaged with his father in farm
Th$ couple left immediately after
the ceremony for Florida.
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The Christmas meeting of the Au
Fait clulwwas held Thursday after
noon with Mrs. David Harris as hos
tess in her hoftte on the Fountain
highway which was made more at
tractive by the use of greenery and
candles. Choir angels and holly
banked the mantel
Rapberry ice cream tarts, nuts,
straws and coffee were served
as guests arrived. Each . table was
centered with a different colored
candle which matched the odors of
the tallies made in bell, tree and
poinsettia shapes. The tallies were
.tied with silver ribbon and the
candles were decorated with ribbons
Mrs. John C. Parker received a
potted poinsettia for high score. Gifts
were exchanged from a lighted tree.
Guests were Mrs. I. D. Kirklin and
Mrs. BUI Candler. ;* +
Officers chosen for the new year
are Mrs. Allen Darden, president, and
Mrs. Jade Darden, secretary.
In a quiet ceremony performed
Fricfay afternoon at the home of the
officiating minister, Rev. L., N.
Nobles, in WinterviUe, Miss Reba
Gold Morgan became the bride of
Walter Jay Corey.
The bride wore an aqua dress,
black coat and black accessories,
Mrs. Corey is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Morgan of
Route 2, Farmville, and attended
FarmviUe high school Hie son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Corey of Griftam,
Mr. Corey attended Grifton high
The couple will make their home
near Grifton where the groom is en
gaged in farming.
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