i x ly, r"TTrcrjy n. ft. Friday. February 2a, 1952.
ia Eunell' had
:Iay, Ur. and
In m wed in of ouiet "simplicity
and d;--?y performed Saturday night.
j ici j February 9, at 7. o'clock, Miss Sarah
tzl LSrilmta. Davenport, daughter of Mr.
i Iza. George Powell, Dick
, C --lin ZldDomdA and Hugh
i -a EusaeJ spent Sunday as
l ct lire. Jo"-e tore.
i r, and I'rs. iiorace 'Miller visited
" f aa'-t, I'rs. Johnnie Jackson, on
iwan Killer was a truest speak
r Sunday morning at St Clair's
Cbnrch, near Bath. . .
I.iss Dorothy Lee Miller spent the
y - .k-end with friends in Nashville
Levy and Faye Miller apent Sun
day afternoon witb, Mr. .and . Mrs.
Herman Caddy. ;
: Mr. and Mrs. Blount Eure and fami
ly visited Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert 'Eure
in Elizabeth City . jn Sunday after
.Mr. and Mrs. James William Eure
and daughter of Virginia Beach, Va.,
spent the week-end with their parents,
. Mr. and Mrs. Bount Eure. i
Mr. .' and -s Mrsv 'Freeman Umphlett
and : Mrs. H. S. Davenport of Hert
ford, became .the bride of Philip
James Arena, son of Mrs. Lena Arena
and the late Mr. Arena of Glencone,
The Rev. C. W. Duling performed
the double ring ceremony at his hone
in the presence of close friends and
immediate families of the couple. -
The only . attendants were Miss
Louise Jordan and Quinton Krause.
The bride wore a winter white wool
dress with navy accessories and.
corsage of .red roses. -The maid of
honor wore a navy dress with navy
accessories and a corsage of pink car
nations. ' , -
After a northern wedding trip the
couple will be at home at Jackson
ville, N.C.. Mr. Arena is stationed at
Camp Lejeune with the 'U S. Ma
went to- see Mrs. Arthur Lane, who is
a patient in the Albemarle Hospital,
' on Sunday afternoon. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jordan of Bagley
Swamp were Sunday afternoon guests
of Mr., and Mrs. C. E. Sutton. . -
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Small, Jr., and
daughter spent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe White.
onA Mo J Tt 'Vaan arut Miftn
a Lu Yeatea srent Sunday in 'sJon.
Jteth City visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs James Umphlett had
i their dinner guests on Sunday Mr.
1 Mrs. Walker Ferry and children
of Elisabeth City, Mr. and Mrs. Free
man Umphlett and children.
Mrs. Carson Spivey and Mrs. Free
man Umphlett were jguests of Mrs.
Delvin Eure Thursday afternoon. -Mrs.
Mattie Umphlett is -spending
sometime in Elizabeth City with rela
' Mrs. Ernest White and children
; spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Ernest White and 'Tuck Webb went
to Windsor Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Umphlett were
! dinner guests on Thursday of Mr. and
Mrs. Emest White.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long, Jr., and
her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Coffield,
had as "their guests on Sunday, Mr.
and Mrs. Seth Long, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
Cyrfl' Winslow and son, Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Davenport and two children, Mrs.
- Jim Davenport, Anne and Eunice Long
and Mrs. John Jones., '
Mrs. William Alden Russell return
ed Saturday to her home "after being
a patient in the Albemarle Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White and chil
dren were supper guests on Thursday
night of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Caddy.,
, Mrs. Ambrose, 'ijawyerspentj n n"TS
dajT with Mr. and Mrs
The Wesleyan Service Guild of the
Winf all. Church was entertained at a
dinner meeting last week by Mrs.
Nathan Mathews and Mrs. Raymond
Stanton, at the home of Mrs. Mat
hews. Following the dinner," the pro
gram of the month was given by Mrs.
Elijah White, Mrs. A. R. Winslow and
Mrs. Herbert Jamison. - Mrs. Elwood
Nbwell presided over the business sca
re was voted tne timid, co.
operating with the WSCS and the
ceaar urove society - will adopt an
orphan from the Methodist Orphanage
at Kaleigh. The group also voted to
sponsor a pie sale to be held in March.
At the conclusion oi the meeting a
stork shower was tendered for Mrs.
Elwood No well.' Attending were Mes-
dames Thomas White, Walter Nowell,
Rufus Proctor, ' Jesse 'Stanton, Her
bert Jamison, Charles Fadio, A. R.
Winslow, Leslie Gregory, Arthur
Chappell, Bill Bagley, Elwood Nowell,
Elijah White and Miss Lucille White.
Mrs. Rex Jones, Mrs. Eddie Hobbs
and Mrs. Johnnie Lane, as ijoint-fcos-
entertained at a miscellaneous
shower in honor of Mrs. Billy Jones,
Saturday night. February 9. at the
home of Mrs. Rex Jones. Several
games were enjoyed by all. Mrs.
Jones then opened her lovely gifts.
Those invited were Mrs. A. R. Wins
low, D. R. Trueblocd, Charles Fadio,
T. H. White, Clifton Morgan, Earl
Hollowell, J. L. Dulaney, J. B. Miller,
Lula Lane, Watel Humphlett, 'J. V.
Roach, Emmett Elmore, David Pike,
Charlie Umphlett, Bill Bagley, Jesse
Stanton, Alton Moore, Athalia Ty
ree, Jack Hollowell, W.'G. Hollowell,
Charlie Wilder, British Ward, Clin
ton Trueblood, Jr., J. H. Baker, E. B.
Daue-htrv. Stanlev Trueblood. 'Eddie
erman. Cad-Hobbs, Edgar 'Lane, Kathrine Parson,
iiv Amhxnao Sawver wan sunner Claud White. W. 3. Stanton. D. 1
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Caddy. - Barber, -Elijah White, (Reginald Jones,
$few Hampshire and Barred. Rock Chicks Already started.
Will sell these chicks'at day-old price, $13.50 at hatchery.
,' If you want some quality chicks, now is. the time to buy them
for early layers or broilers. ; :
Edenton, N. C.
Fm'- Year. Home
r . -. r Vi' : " ' j .
i Dramatic ww2ee$
hues in the jamous
. ' 'VTonist Pafat, c .V5, .
rzltst trzttlwm fsr-;
Leslie Gregory, Rufus Proctor, Miss
Lcc-e T.tite, Kay Stanton, Nancy
Bagley, Nonie L. Lane, Don White,
Cleo Trueblood, Betty Lou Trueblood,
Joyce Miller. . ' i i:-'-.v -;;v.,
The hostesses served ice cream and
cake,, carrying '. out the Valentine
; WHrTBVILLE GROVE W. M. S.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
Whiteville Grove Baptist Church met
at the home of Mrs. Fred Smith on
Saturday afternoon, February 16.'-
Bible reading was given by the
president, Mrs. "C, T; Rogerson,' Jr.,
followed by prayer. !, The W. M. U.
Watch Word was repeated in onison.
Roll was called, minutes of last
meeting read an dapproved. New and
old business was discussed. .
. Mrs. Fred Smith was in charge of
a very interesting program. "Title:
"The Ministry of Prayer,", with sev
eral members taking part.:'':;
Mrs. W. T. Smith rendered prayer.
: During the social hour the hostess
served block ice eream, cake, candy
and nuts in Valentine colors to the
following: - '
Mesdamea W. T. Smith, Paul Smith,
Fred Smith, C. T. Rogerson, Jr., Ell
gene Byrum, W. I. Winslow, C T.
Rogerson, Sr Thurman Riddick, Car
roll Ward and Lydia Riddick.
I. wish to erpress my sincere thanks
to friends for the many cards, flow
ers and gifts sent me while I was
a patient in the-Greenville Hospital.
UECIL EDWARD WINSLOW
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