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Mr. and Mrs. Fred ZIrges an
family and Miss Kay Wood of Noi
folk. Va., were home with her fatl
er, Mr. C. C. Wood for the wee
Mr. Conrad Jenkins was wee
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robei
Mrs. Don Parnell of Lumberton i
spending some time with her mt
tber, Mrs. Mildred Brewer.
Mrs. Ralph Sasser of Elizabeth
town, and sons are visiting with fr
ends in Kenansville.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nicholson am
family spent last week at Topsai
Miss Marinna Blackmore of Wai
saw. spent the weekend with Mis
Mr. and Mrs. George Penny visi
ted in Raleigh Sunday. Mrs. Green
returned home with her daughte
for a few days.
Mrs. George Penny and Mrs
Greene visited relatives in Ne\
Mr. 0. P. Johnson and son, Jim
my, fished at the Outer Banks sev
eral days last week.
Mrs. C. B. Guthrie and Mrs. A
A. Kafer, Jr., spent Monday ii
waiiace ana note Hill
Mr. Jimmy Bowden attended a
dinner party in Hose Hill Friday
evening honoring Miss Valerie Carr,
bride-elect and her fiancee, Mr.
!* Craig King.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Jones spent
the weekend in Winston-Salem,
* Their grandsons, Stevie and Mike
came home with them tor a visit.
Mrs. Frances Moore and son,
8 Johnny, of Dunn, spent the week
?* end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
!' Miss 'Lottie Williams and sister,
Mrs. H. D. Willams, visited rela
tives in Hamilton last week.
* Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and
" sons of Reidsville and Mrs. A. A.
Kafer, Jr., of New Bern, were week
"" end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
i- Mr. and Mrs. Banks McNairy of
e Goldsboro, spent Sunday with her
r parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. V. Good
i. Mr. McCoy Kennedy and Mrs.
v Eloise Ryder accompanied their
grandson and nephew, Ken Jordan
i- to Richmond, Va., Monday.
Mrs. J. B. Wallace, Mrs. C. B.
Guthrie and Mrs. J 0 Stokes, shop
l. ped in Goldsboro Tuesday
a Mrs. Myrtle Howard of Hamp
stead, spent several days last week
with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Caro
line Gavin. Mrs. Gavin returned
home with her mor several days.
Mrs. Martha Sitterson and niece,
Becky Nielson, visited in Farmville
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sparks and sons
of Norfolk, Va? visited ber mother,
Mrs. B. B. Williamson last week.
Dr. Kent Frederickson of Boston,
Mass, accompanied Dr. Bill Korne
gay here on vacation recently. They
went with the Gordon Kornegays to
Mt. Olive last Sunday to visit the
C. B. Bullocks.
Connie Vause of the Summerlins
Cross Roads community visited her
grandparents the Jim Halls last
Mrs. John Edwards is visiting in
Michigan this week.
Lesley Louise Boney has returned
to her home in Greensboro after a
ten day visit here with her pater
nal grandmother, Mrs. N. B.
Mr .and Mrs. J. C. Nethercutt and
two sons, Jackie and Randy visited
relatives in New Port News, Va?
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Aldridge
and children visited his mother,
Mrs. Sallie Aldridge in Wilming
ton last Sunday. Mrs. Aldrdige is
spending some time there with her
older 6on, Samuel.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Souther
land, Jr. of Santa Clara, California
are visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary
C. Southerland. They also vsited
relatives in Guildford College,
Greensboro. Fayetteville and Rae
ford while in North Carolina.
Mrs. J. D. Larkins of Hillsboro,
N. C. is visiting her sister, Mrs. P.
L. Farrior. Other guests of Mrs
Farrior recently were Mr. and Mrs.
L. S. Albritton and children of Kin
ston also Mrs. John D. Larkins, Jr.
Miss Mary Lee Sykes has return
ed to her home here after a visit
with relatives in Norfolk, Va. She
was accompanied on her trip by
Mrs. Alien Dunn and daughter,
Annette who visited the Ed Sparks
Mesdames P. J, Qobson and N.
B. Boney made a business trip to
Wilmington on TUeeday afternoon.
Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.:
David Kflpatrick and children vis
ited Martine Restieuo of Columbia,
S. A., who is visiting or the C. I*
Davis Seed Farm near PeUocks
Mrs. Hattie D. Middleton of War
saw visited the Perry Dobsons here
on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Lloyd Ferrell presided when
Circle No. 1 of the Women of.
Grove Presbyterian Church met on
Monday afternoon at 3:00 with Mrs.
N. B. Boney. The moderator of the
Bible Study was Mrs. T. P. Quinn'
assisted by Mesdames L. Souther
land, G. V. Gooding, G. S. Hodges
and Lloyd Ferrell. The monthly
Emphasis was discussed by Mrs.
Ralph Barwick. Ten ladies were
present. The hostess served peach
ice cream and angel food cake dur
ing the social hour.
Circle No. 2 met on Monday at
8 o'clock with Mrs. W. E. Craft.
The Bible study from Matthew was
led by Mrs. Billy Shephens. The
monthly emphasis was presented by
Miss Margaret 'Williams who pre
sided in the absence of the Circle
Chairman. Following the Benedic
tion, the hostess served assorted
cookies and tea.
The Cora Stokes Circle met on
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Ellis
Vestal as hostess. Mrs. Lauren
Sharpe gave the program on Lead
ership training. A social hour fol
lowed the close of the meeting.
The Ella Cooper Circle met on
Monday evening with Mrs. Mildred
Brewer Circle chairman, Mrs,
Amos Brinson presided over the
Mrs. Willard Brinson, assisted by
Mrs. Jack Brinson, Mrs. Francis
Oakley and Mrs. I. R. Caison pre
sented the program on Leadership
During the social hour, the hos
tess served peach pie ice cream
and hot pound cake to the ten mem
About 60 men, women and child
ren of the three churches in the
Kenansville Community enjoyed
their annual. Union Sunday School
Picnic at White Lake last Wednes
day afternoon. They left the local
churches about 1:30 and after a
swim and boat ride around the lake
enjoyed supper about 5:30. The oc
casion was very pleasant regard
less of the chilly weather.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harrison ol
Edenton announce the birth ol
twins. A boy and a girl, born July
Mrs. Harrison was the former
? Barbara Nobles of Kinston.
Eastern Star Met
Mrs. Florence Brown Worthy Ma
tron assisted by Colon Holland.
Worthy Patron prodded when. Ken
ansville Chapter No. 215, Order of
the Eastern Star met on last Toes
day night In the Chapter Room.
After the Ritualistic Opening and
Flag Ceremony a short business
session was held. The Budget Com
mittee submitted its report after
which the "Landmarks" of the Or
der were discussed by the Worthy
Patron. Prior to adjournament the
Worthy Matron announced that all
Past Matrons of the local chapter
would be honored at the next stated
meeting which is scheduled for July
Hostess T&C Club
Mrs. E. S. McGowan was hostess
to the Town and Country Bridge
Club on Tuesday night at 7:45 with
the following additional guests;
Mesdames D. S. Williamson, N. B.
Boney and Marion Griffin also Miss
Mary Lee Sykes.
Club members high score prize
was captured by Mrs. E. C. Tyndall
while Miss Mary Lee Sykes was the
lucky one among the visitors. After
several interesting progressions the
hostess assisted by Mrs. Thelma
Taylor served a Sweet Course to
Frankie Qumn was six years old
on July 10. His mother, Mrs. Joseph
E. Quinn, honored him on that oc
casion with a birthday party, last
Wednesday afternoon. After playing
many outdoor games the group was
invited into the dining room for re
freshments consisting of birthday
cake topped with blue candles. This
was in the shape of a Lamb. It was
served with ice cream and soft
drinks. Mrs. Quinn was assisted in
entertaining the 15 present by' her
other son, Joey and nephew, Jackie
It was a get-aquainted party at
the C. B. Guthrie house on Saturday
evening when they entertained with
a buffet dinner honoring their niece,
Mrs. Earl Penny Martin and son,
David, of Barfcsdale A. F. B., La.,
and their nephew, Mr. and Mrs.
William Noble Martin, Jr., and
sons, Billy and Teddy of Reidsville.
Other guests were, Mrs. A. A.
Kawer, Jr., of New Bern; Mr. and.
Mrs. J. B. Penny of Hose Hill; Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Penny, Jenny and
Melinda of Wallace; Miss Caroline
Hamrick and Mrs. Alda McCure of
Colorful zinias were used throug
hout the house lending their beauty
for the occasion.
Pine Forest 4-H
The Pine Forest 4-H Club of Dob
son's Chapel met Friday night, July
12, in the home of Mrs. Polly Cos
tin. Roy Lee Vestal, President, pre
sided. 8 members were present.
Dr. Powers, from the Health De
partment was guest speaker. He
gave an interesting talk on "Safety
in the Home", with the general
thought; "an ounce of prevention is
worth a pound of cure.'
At the close of the meeting, re
freshments were served by Mrs.
Mrs. George Penney entertained
her bridge club last Tuesday even
ing with Mrs. Phil Kretsch and Mrs.
Thelma Taylor as visitors. Others
playing were, Mrs. Lucille Stokes,
Mrs. Mattie Sadler, Mrs. J. R.
Grady, Mrs. Louise Mitchell, Mrs.
J. B. Wallace and Mrs. C. B
After several progressions, the
hostess served congealed salad,
ham biscuits, potato chips, fruit
cake and coffee.
?When scores were compiled, Mrs.
uraay won ciud nigh score, Mrs.
J. O. Stokes, second high and Mrs.
Taylor was remembered with visi
Each guest was given a cartoon of
salad tomatoes, grown by Mr.
The six Common Market coun
tries to be visited import about $160
million worth of tobacco, cotton,
poultry and feed grains from the
Farmers spend more than $530
million annually for seed.
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