The News and Observer from Raleigh, North Carolina on May 23, 1915 · 14
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90 14 0 ‘0 V Onnul IMOMMMIMMIblvi CONDUCTED BY M-tomm14 JUNE WEDDINGS:: JETER-ARNOLD Mrs Ada Gertrude Arnold has Issued invitations to the marriage el her daughter Irene Annie Albert to Mr Frank Hamilton Jeter im Tuesday evening June eighth at nine o'clock at 236 Lee street Atlanta Ga Mr Jeter :s now the Agricultural Editor of the Extension News Serviee of the State Department of Agriculture and the Experiment Station This position he has held since November having come here from Atlanta where he was engaged in demonstration work for the German Kali Wo tics - Mr Jeter has shown himself thoroughly capable In his work and the servia of the extension bulletins edited by him are attract ing wide attention throughout the State gaining much favorable comment from the press of the State as well as from the farmers It Wai while in Atlanta that he met the brideelect They will make their future home in Raleigh URQUHART-FENNER Mr and Mrs Dixie Coddington Fenner have Istued Invitations to the marriage of their daughter Kate Nelson to Mr Richard Alex ander Urquhart the wedding to take place Wednesday mottling June 2 at ten o'clock at the Methodist Episcopal church Halifax North Carolina ' Miss Fenner belongs to one of the most prominent families in North Carolina and this announcement will be of interest to her many friend in the State WILLIAMS-MAKEPEACE Mrs Nannie Makepeace has issued invitations to the marriage of her daughter Miss Mary Ellen to Mr Warren Rand Williams which will take place Wednesday evening June second at half after nine o'clock at home Sanford N C The brideelect is one of Sanford's most charming young women universally popular at home and has many friends throughout the State The groom-t-be is a youpg attorney a graduate of the State University of the class of 1913 and is widely known PETTY-THOMPSON Mr and Mrs Jacob Alexander Thompson have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter Sallie Lemuel to Mr Thomas Edgar Petty on the afternoon of Wednesday the second of June t five o'clock at the First Baptist church Lumberton WILLIAMS-PAGE Mr and Mrs Leroy Anderson Page have issued invitations to 'he marriage of their daughter Florence Nightingale to Mr Joseph Adolphus Williams on Wednesday evening June the second at a quarter befote nine o'clock at their home near Morrisville RAGSDALE-MOORE Mr and Mrs W M Moore have issued invitations to the mar riage of their daughter Susie A to Mr Hugh Smith Ragsdale on the afternoon of Wednesday June the second at four o'clock at St Paul's Episcopal church Greenville PRINDLE-BUTLER Mr Edward Gale Butler has issued invitations to the marriage cf his daughter Amy Elizabeth to Dr Richard Hedenburg Prindle on Wednesday June the ninth at high noon at the Church of the Holy Innocence Henderson SAUNDERS-CLARK Mr and Mrs William Joseph Clark have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter Ruth to Mr Richard Robeftson Sauneers which will take place on Wednesday afternoon the second of Juju! at half after live o'clock Salem Methodist church Reidsille N C MOREHEAD-GILMER Mrs Jon A Gilmer has issued invitations to the marriage of her granddaughter Mary Eloise Dick to Mr James T Morehead Jr on Thursday evening June the third at eight-thirty o'clock in the First Presbyterian church at Greensboro The bride-elect lis the granddaughter of the late Judge Dick and daughter of Captain Gilmer of the United States Army JONESTLINTON Mrs Mary Woods Flintonas issued invitations to the marriage of her daughter Nannie to Mr He:try Hmadas Jones the marriage to take place on Thursday afternoon June the third at half after five o'clock at the Methodist church at Rougentont The Cracker mrith a Preference - p l'W'L - - I AI V a i -- Mheat-to-Biscuit IntI I 1 I Joan 1110110i0iiill ' !joint" ' 11 lommoi I I 1110117 ' immr111"171""tmottltool itiimilitwitionotsit KGRailatit i IS D Pu11RG"111- - EDi' : ARP5 sowall1 oaiit M1 Out sok os " I" WI" booloolitri 1061113 th11011S 11 O ad covet ri rot li esaillsOlit iNLI-11 pot OS t WI w11000 bl "1 § Iss'"1":1"1611-- "1111"11:11114"1"I da""I """1 O ROAM 1 ' DIA116 AVIRGAMPt EiL& 4:100041111ii nfl - IM NEWS AND 013SLRVEIL E E North Carolina Society- and In Woman's Reall CONDUCTED BY : : : : : : : : : : NIN1 HOLLAND COVING TON : I - MISMMIMIE WO 'V 11 r----This May Bride Traveled 5000 Miles to Wed 'k16'": The wedding day had been stt a year ago and the groom had promised to return all the way from CI 11 where he wag at work on tpe construction of a railroad She hi711 look ed forward to that day with the setae yearning that is in the heprt of every woman To her as to meet brides It was to be the biggest day (if her life Then rani° a cable that he could not possibly get closer than Mono lulu on the day apt for the wedding But that didn't daunt an American girl and she wan not going to have her dream shattered "We will meet him there" she etild to her mother and before t hat staid and untraveled old lady could be made to understand the bridal gown had been pauked in a truita anti the tickets purchased But the steamer which neared Hon °lulu on the day of days VMS late The dusk had come down over the harbor when the vessel dimly fit her 'say ith "Will he be there to meet us?" the mother Inquired over and over again anxiously And the daughter raught this doubt She was outwardly calm but a 1101M broke within - tier nervoustiese developed into desperation SpotilmtlIV she niade up her mind She pet on the gown' and then came forth on the deck in the soft Hawaiian evening to watch the sights a4 the ship Wilson To Have A Worm 'nos Club Three Hundred et Meeting Decide To Form Perma- nent Organization- May 22—Wilson is to have ft Woman's Club This V1191 decided on at a meeting held in the court hotise Friday morning Another meet tng will be held soon at which it organization will ho formed and officers elected There were about 300 rePreftenla tive women of Wilson present at the meeting on Friday This was called to order by JS1 rot Charles L Coon Mn 10 D Swindell wva Iseincted es temporary chairman and its Bruce Evans seeretary pro tern While awaiting the arrival of Mrs R R Cti(ti jf Cottondale honorary- president of the North Carolina FedereMon on 'Women's Clubs Mrs P D Swindell Hooke imPressing upon her hearers the need of a Woman's Club in Wilson At the close of her remarks Mrs Swindell introduced Mrs Cotten and twit ed every woman present to use hnr hest efforts to con-Vine themien and get their co-opera tion in working for a better end cleaner more prosperotts and intelligent Wilson as the main object of the association is for the uplift of its eat:tens line the beeutifying of the 1mr 't r 4si 714'- MMM 144414cr44-Ar- t -Zi'04(:a 114 It 4P1100-44wIt --14047 t417:::'":" it-r-lik 4 Itv4--t 44'ii:i:i'-:e:':'00' - g?:'i r I' '14U '0PAI:011-'i:4:f o-' - 1 tlii-44-i?s Aia7 i-A9pj F-tie! s1 :( -v4imiei : :: $471 t-:i -1:ipfA 4- 'Al -44 44isrfirti 7: ! —z p' V-Pt40 A 4: 0 : : ' 44 : Aip"164 ITU:" ' : 4 : '41 iifkf e A - A - 44‘" 'i : t wt-R4k - e A4t c: ek RA L01:im al xsavsiozte44:s $00:i:stAr )tif!' pr': : 14ii -44 Appoomponom ?Witsctii :' ?4's t 4 -F4t igl0:75 tittm s I " Ak Ati:t:aftenw o:4ke e - --4- s!z at 6610'r5 k I i I '- moved along into her pier Passon gers crowded about wonderingly but she showed no sign She jus't stood there looking into the distance at the pied No prim Puritanic frock did the passengers yea on this dauntlem American girl who had gone 5000 Mi1014 for her wedding It bespoke the bride's own daring and kept correctly to the 1915 requirements of such costumes For her pretty neck and arms she followed a departure from past high-necked long-sieeved modes In a decolletage modemtly bride)' and sleevem just below the elboW The daring and individuality of the bride showed in thin rich panne satin and brilliant studding of rhineMiOnen over the skirt panel and bodice front The side panels are of lierre lace A Juliette cap of pearls let with orange buds and hung with veil of lierre lace was her original idea "He's there mother" cried the bride with her eyes on the crowd at the pler And at that tnoment he saw her a vision in white The passongera made way for her anti mhe was the first off the vessel She fell into Ills arnia bridal gown ant all There were tears in her eyes and she was almost to the breaking point under the strain He knew why "I guess said he "the first thing weoteed is a parson! 0 '' 11 0 0 0 e ed" "letOV40000 W 401S"0ogi I roundiags In sponking along the line I of sanitation he said: "The reason men do not know how to clean up a town is that they cannot ace dirt and the reaeon for that I that they 14 re made of dust and rtn't get away from it Levity aside she spoke of the seriousness of the undertaking of a woman's club also that woman's piece is wherever she 114 needed--not alone in her home but in the community as well Our men -are progressive and true and will we feel gladly co-operate with us in building up and beautifying our already beautiful little eity"--her whole theme being for better sanitation and beautification Mrs Swindell stated the men were Spring Mil line INDIVIDUAL: DES16NS Mrs Frank Redford Raloigh N C Place Whore Quality Counts" MIMEMIMIIIIMMINSUOil LENOIR T with us In this movment and It woe at thie auggeetion of on of our 'eluting cititiona Mat this club he organ teed Mies flertrud Weil of Ooldsboro first vice-president of the Woman's Club of North Carolina was Introduced by Mn dwindell and is a very intreating and Instructive talk outlining the different phases ot the club work Mrs Coon stated that the object of this meeting was to organize a Wornan's Club and that tut object shall be "to form a recognized center for social and mental culture to stimulate awake and prontote education literary domestic and civio better mint of the city of NA'llson 6111t1 to aid by its organised efforts such worthy cause as may secure it sympathy and to foster a generous public 'Twit in the community mo Lenoir May 22--p-The Pried lia and Q V Clubs were very charminglY ea' tertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs U W Courtney in honor of Miss Irene Martin an attractive bride-to be of this month The guests were received by the hostess and Mrs (I C Courtney and asked to reciater in a pretty's bride's hook over which Mrs- R A Rammeur presided very gracefully this was presented to the guest of honor at the close of the aft ernoon's entertainment Mrs Court ney being an ideal bootees had very cleverly arranged unique and varied forms of amusernent-each of which seemed more appropriate than the last The bachelor maids present were given an opportunity of piercing a heart a bow and arrow being pro vided with a heart of red cardboard as a target Miss Maude England proved herself an expert and was warded a box of bon-bons In an in Westing contest relating to a bride's trousseau a number cut for the prize a dainty apron which fell to Mrs E C Ivey Miss Host a Mc Broom wait an &deft in making words from the names "Todd and Martin" and was presented with a pretty boudoir cap Mrs Courtney then pro vided her guests with slips of brown paper and soon they were each busy leying an original plan of a bungalow The guest of honor as the Judge of these and Mrs Yancey Moore Jr Mitoses Maude England and Line Ivey drew tor the prize and Mrs Moore came out the winner A color scheme of green and white was carried out in the decorations prizes and refmshments Misses Alice and Faith Court ney served a delicious ice course and mints Miss Martin was very attractive in a becoming gown of green taffeta Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Sadie Downum the Q V Club gave a miscellaneous shower in honorl of Miss Irene Martin who will bel married to Mr J Ralph Todd on Of 28th inst Brides was the game of the afternoon In cutting for the prize I Mrs J W Whignant was the lucky guest and she at once piesented it to the guest of honor The color scheme of pink and white( was beautifully carried out in daint tally cards and also in the refreshments which consisted of brick ice cream cake and mints After refreshments were served a tiny note was given the bride-tube telling heeto search about the house as there was surely something hidden there In the exciting "hide and seek" game Mies Martin found three baskets well-filled with dainty linens hand-painted china etc The Philathea Clailli of the First Niethodint church held a business meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs W L Miniah The most important matter brought before the class was the discumsion of a new class room the Clai48 hiving outgrown the space allotted to them in the main auditorium of the church Several plans were suggested and the matter was finally left in the hands of a committee It being the time for the election of officers the following were elected: Mrs C H Heffner president Mrs J C Keever vice-president Miss Nannie Steele secretary Miss Henrietta MontgomeryA treasurer Mrs M M Courtney teacher Me's ScroitSs assistant teacher Mien Cornelia Miller reporter At the close of the bustnese meeting Mrs Miniah served refreshmente to her guests Miss Mary Maroney of Mocksville Is visiting at the home of Rev and Mrs J M Downum Miss Eva Teague who has been teaching music the past year at Ruffin returned Saturday for the summer vacation Mrs C C Shell and little son of Henrietta are visiting at the home of Mrs M E Shell Mr and Mrs John B Steele returned to their home in Lexington Mon day afternoon after a visit to the Yadkin Valley Mrs 1 D Moore and children of North NViikeshoro are spending a few days at the home of Mr H h Houca Mrs J V Avery has returned to Lenoir after an extended trip to Ches ter S C KERNERSVILLE — Nernersville May 21—A delightful event was the hospitality extended during the paid week by Mitts Sadie Devis in compliment tO the members of the 1916 graduating class of the Kerneraville high school s Bewitt and vases filled with yellow roses and fragrant purple illkes were taidefully arranged in parlor library and hall the class colors of purple and gold being most effectively carried out The hostess was assisted in receiving by her sister Mrs M V King who gave the words of Welcome at the door The guests were greeted In the hall by Mrs Edward 'Whitaker who conducted them into the attractively decorated reception room Here rook was played A-count of scores showed Mrs Clyde Holt and Mies Annie Lee Stafford to be the lucky contestants for which they were presented daintily embroidered handkerchiefft At the close of the garnets a number of delightful piano selections were rendered by different members of the party folloaing which a tempting ice course and mints was served by the hostess Miss Eliza flail of Rocky Mount has been spending several days with her friend Miss Lillian Joyce Mrs J R Wall and small daughter Rachel of Mayodan are the guests of Mrs We il's parents Mr and Mrs Cicero Stockton Recent guests at the home of Dr and Mrs J R Viaddison were Mr and Mrs A V Sapp Victor Sapp Misses Irene and Alive Saint: Messrs Newell and Victor Sapp Misses Mary Austin Louise Hunt and Lola Sapp and Mr Sam Black all of Greensboro Miss Lizzie Atkins of Red Shoals hem been spending some time at this place as the guest of her brother Mr James Atkins Announcements have been received V Mat IMMMMn - NEWTON -- 1 in the Appalachian Sunimitland !(" Nati) Rendered Accessible Dy The 0: CAROM:1E01p 86 OHIO 1111 L -- 1 iri---- -rr-------7-:7-r'vel ti17I$igt-ttAtl--'----:--- PZ idWor-'sj4-1t11- - r- ---' ---:--ff l? R'' tr 4 -'1711t4' I' leci:7 ' ' it ' tPt As ' 1721i:A :met at this place recently reading as follows: Mr and Mrs Albert liam Macy announce the marriage of their daughter Florence Mills to Mr James Beach Beckett on Tuesday April 27th at Chicago Ill The bride was at one time a guest of Miss Dore Korner at 'hie place and won for herself many friends during her stay in Kernersville 0 Mr and Mrs John Hunt and family of Greeneboro were recent guests of Mr and Mn W D Stockton Mice Effie Trogden of Jonesboro has been a guest of her aunt Mn R Caritnn With the cloning of the varioua schoola over the State a number of the teachers are returning to their homes in this place Among the numbers are: Misses Eugenia Stafford from Star Annie F Lowrie from Hickory Annie Gray Greenfield from Graham Maude Pinnix from Centerville Emma Lowrey from China Grove: Nina Pinnix from Dennis Erie and Huron Stuart from Bessemer City Miss Aria Hester of Clemmons has returned home after a visit to friends Miss Texas Ragland of Elon College was the week-end guest of her Linde Mr J M 'Ragland near Kernersville Newton May 22—Mtss Mettle Reinhardt was hostess Saturday evening to the Christian Endeavor Society of the Reformed church at a very en joyable social session There was music Miss Reinhardt givirfg inatru mental selections and Mr Aaron Tesh a senior in Catawba College giving vocal numbers) Cream anti cake were served A large number of young people attended Mrs Mary Love and Mrs Carrie Connelly of Wilmington have arrived to spend the summer here in accordance with their custom for several years peat They are stopping at the Piedmont Mrs H Mel Green of Wilmington who has been the guest of her brother-in-law Dr Geo H Weat for several days returned home Thursday Mrs Robert B Knox has returned from Charlotte where she spent several days with friends' Mrs C M McCorkle her friends are delighted to know has returned to her home here following a stay of several weeks in a hospital One of the leaders in Newton society she ham been greatly missed during the spring Mrs J J Stewart of Conever is spending a month with her mother Mrs J A Boyd at Fort Mills S (7: Messrs Harvey Carpenter and F E Yount have returned from Washington City where they spent several days on a pleasure trip Misses Charlie Fry and Ruby Lancaster and Messrs Grover Murray and Lewis Phillips formed motor party to Statesville Friday and visited friends it----ow-- -dh LOUISBURG Louitiburg May 22--On Monday afternoon MISS Eleanor S Yarborough invited the senior class of Louisburg Female College of which she Is a member to meet her grandmother Mrs R F Yarborough at her residence on Main street Mrs Yarborough after most gracefully welcoming her guests served dainty refreshments and presented to each of the charming young ladies a dainty hand-painted souvenir Mrs W H Yarhorough entertained the graduating class of LouIsburg College Tuesday night at a most delightful dinner party in honor of her niece Miss Eleanor Yarborough In addition to the class several young men from town enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs Yarborough The Tuesday Afternoon Books Club met Wednesday afternoon at the beautiful home of Mrs W H Yarhotough on Main otteet Quite an interesting program was earrietiOut Each mem ber responded with MOIlle current event Miss Sallie T Williams rendered several beautiful piano solos Forty-seven Whitehall Street SUNDAY MORNING MAY 33 I911 WOREla orIlliimlmonNIMEbv ANOMEMEMeniligh 0 mem Sp en - a Your i- lirz: e: VOX etT10111 I-::1t-1 77 r -ret 1-01e "ert: A M th e r --zy i - !-4ei Tho highest altitudes oast of the the most dolly1104 anti Inolgoratino aunt DIP? Cit IASI III komora A motive sad SCP11111P which roc holthiii IitlIY and voodoo r has no superior In all tho world--thoso twilit you to tho Now Play Groutid above the tiLoucto Cm comfw t recreation and renewed vitality $wait the mutant: vialtor ATTRACTIVE RESORTS IN THE SUMMITIAND 1 albeit's Werth Core lino the highent point on It e Clinchrield Route offers ant et Moderate rites ail Inv attractions of I del lightfol and informal country club life corn 1 blued wits tbe comforts mid conveniences or a thoroughly equipped and modern hotel The Mintage Inn is Inelited on Inn crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains looking down upon allth world Tile scenery Is magnificient anti to its oplend id transportation and wire raciltties anapests lidos unparalleled opportunities for the enjoymentof all the out door and Indoor 'Patti Ind Ornneetnentl Including golf tonnis coaching horseback riding bunting ashing mountain climbing bowling musk etc Ins social On VirOb Innn i I IP ideal CO13441108 railway schedules and excellent livery service facilitate the llioration ante Appalachian Wonderland hy short sitietrites 10 snob point Of in W1001 IS t In iteheli the tallest peak east of the Rockies: Linville Falls the Littnit bli of Ott Mountains:the Linville Callron despot la macro asnaticatho Amami Gorge goll I the hotichtmillttlyer eig --z------z- -17m gag Other attroettoo mountain sik del: ores on th sumnoiland or Western 71--- lokr"-0400ploitell d -417Tffli i- -- - - - "‘Alt141 054: i 10 - - Az - a ":Z11---1:-i -11--t-V- 7:'49 - Other ettreettv mountain eye ert in the sumnittland of Western 10rth Carolina and La Ntern Tennessee are The Little switterlstid Inn pi NC beautifully located on the Crest of the Pine Bldg neer Altapsse end surrounded kyr a delightful summer PA Burnsville aud Murchison N C near We fool of M Iliteneii: taloa Springs Tenn Oa well known health resort at the nOrthern entrance to The Gorge Of The Molichuck Pineal' Lin villa and Linville Yells NC the last three being reached via The Cancheold Route through Johnson City thence over Tba h T & W N C R Write for illnatrated booming and time tables slim fortis' and rates of 0VOr 2o0 hotels Innevummer hoarding houses anti COMMON fur rent in 2 he Appalachian Stimmitland on Of adjacent to The Clinchtleld Route &genial Vacating &aim hos te iset SOL Address Chite T Mendel A Ci PA Cliachfield & Ohis &away JOHNSON CITY TEM Mrs S J Parham read an interesting and illuminating Paper on "The French and Jierman Women" Mrs A H Fleming Mrs W E White and Miss Sallie Williams sang a trio "Absent" Mrs E S Ford rendered very sweetly "A Little Pink Rose" The following invited guests were present: Mrs Georgia Boddie Mrs NV P Neal Mrs Plummer of Philadelphia Mrs A D Wilcox Mrs 8 A Newell Misses Mecum Joyner Yarborough Mrs S P Burt Mrs W W Boddie Miss Emma Hall of Goldsboro is visiting her cousin here Miss Grace Hall Miss Sallie Joyner of LaGrange has been spending some time with her sister Miss Georgia Joyner the popular teacher of the first grade Mrs J A Cash of Apex is the guest of Mrs Ida Hale and Mrs J Beaaley and family are visiting her mother Mrs Leila Williamson LEAKS VILLE Leaksville May 22—The young men of Leaksville gave a most enjoyable moonlight hay ride and picnic Friday evening to the young ladies of the town Four wagons were filled with their cotiere of fun lovers who drove to the lake and after having supper drove back to the Boulevard Theatre where they enjoyed the picture show Monday afternoon the Y W k's of the Leaksville Baptist Church bad a most interesting and instructive meeting with Miss Elizabeth Taylor Promptly at three o'clock the meeting was called to order by the president Mrs B F !vie who led in prayer after which the subject of study for the afternoon "The Cell From Africa" was taken up Fourteen members responded to roll call with the name of Borne missionary stating where they are atationed After the program dainty refreshments were served by the hostess The society was delighted to welcome Miss Taylor as a new member The many friends of Mrs T W Fields will regret to hear that she is still indisposed Monday evening Misses Balite Gray Ivie Kathlene Walker and Judge A W Dunn 'Mitered to Reidsville where they attended a Rook party given by Miss Gladys Cummings Mill MPS Lottie Saunders Ruby and Gertrude Flume are spending this week in Reidsville the house guests of Mrs Buford Stone Mise Katie Miliner left Saturday afternoon for Reidsville where she will spend several days with relatives Mrs J H Ray left Tuesday for Charlotte where she will be the house guest of Judgeand Mrs H P Lane Mrs Dora Barrow of Bluefield W Va arrived Tuesday and will spend a few days here with her sister Mrs Laura A Scott Miss Grine Fagge has returned from Stoneville where she spent some time with relatives Mr and Mrs D F King Jro and little D K King left last week for Vidsville where Mrs King will spend some time With her father Mr B T Neal Mr J P Turner left last Sunday for Richmond Va A charming rook affair of the week was that of Wednesday afternoon when Miss Sunshine Taylor entertained delightfully the members of the Rook Club and a number of additional guests The rooms where Aix dainty tables were arranged were fragrant with roses and honeysuckle Mins Lucinda Martin received the club prize a dainty crepe de chine hand kerchief and Mrs 1 P Price captured the visitor's price also a pretty handkerchief During the course of the afternoon dclicious punch was served followed later by an ice courRe An almost automatic device has been invented to be attached to a saw handle to blow the dust out of the path of a saw as it' is being operated When a man insists on classifying all women as fools the evidence Is weighty that either he or his wife married one--Washington Poet MARRIAGE INVITATIONS Reception and Visiting Cards CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ENGRAVED s sEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES - 3 P STEVENS ENGRAVING CO 6 I - 4) W ILLIAMS-MAIUXLALL ' ' Ild :7'k:s- "itv! 4 ‘ 3:itrv1-1 prize a dainty apron men reit to Mrs la C Ivey Miss Heade Mo a e at -ye " 14 as 1 a i Broom wars an &deft in making words 4 Mrs Nannie Makepeace has issued invitations to the marriage -‘ t — -o' -4 i V from the names "Todd and Martin" at this place recently reading as tot- Mrs S J Parham read an interenting A of her daughter Miss Mary Ellen to Mr Warren Rand Williams and was presentid with a pretty lows: Mr and Mrs Albert NVilliam and illuminating Patter on The I 't-si es ' A 01 ' ' s' ?eite 'ea boudoir cap Mrs Courtney then pro- Macy announce the marriage of their French and (terman Women" Mrs which will take place Wedn esday evening June second at half ' k v ' s ' 144 4 9 1' - ' nt 'd'4 i kt 14 ' 4 eldest h it er guests with slips of brown daughter Florence Mills to Mr A H Fleming Mrs W E White and f - i ' k h Sfd N C 11 :o- 4-' rige 4 1: " ' 1 1 t1 ki 41 t 'Et --' t ki paper and anon they were each bum) James Beach Beckett on Tuesday miss Sone wietame sang a trio "Ala aster nine o cloc at ome an or Inying an original plain of a bungalow April 27th at Chicago III The bride sent" Mrs E S Ford rendered very The bride-elect is one of Sanford's most charming young women A-4 voftcol fi -:) 16-ft 4 itki t - The guest' of honor as the judge of was at one time a guest of Miss Dore sweetly "A Little Pink Rose" r 6 '1 '10 0' 4' 044-4 3 1 theses and Mat Yancey Moore Jr Korner at 'hie place and won for her- The following invited guests were universally popular at home and has many friends throughout the - tt 413 st - Mies Maude England and Line Ivey self many friends during her stay in ' iiI4' '''Sa 'aa as Vastialt-t-t-V' ssii tosdrew tor the prize and Mrs Moore Kernersville e W P Neal Mrs Plummer of Phila- State The groom-t-be is a youpg attorney a graduate of the State o‘ It' t 4-1 9--“-v i t o! present: Mrs Georgia Boddie Mrs ''4'Z' It A'Ai:el q'''Aas 11 '' came out the winner A color scheme Mr and Mrs John Hunt and tam- delphia Mrs A D Wilcox Mrs S s- ' University of the class of 1913 and is widely known cv 1 A --'t f Tk ' ' '' ' ' of green and white was carried out in fly of Greenebore were recent gums A Newell Misses Mecum Joyner Zi: ‘reaa4I "1? ''"4 l' ' ' ' ' ii i:014 the decorations prizes and refraah- of Mr and Mrs W D Stockton Yarborough Mrs S P Burt Mrs W t -1 :f' :1stIaSS as 'le -'6'''I eVa menta Misses Alice and Faith Courts Mime Effie Trogden of Jonesboro tti rer 4 ''W's St as T 41! is'!''sktt: s ney served a delicious tee course and has been a guest of her aunt Mrs R Miss Emma Hall of Goldsboro Is PETTY-THOMPSON stre ' ses asaats ea t mints Miss Martin wee very attree L Caritnn W Boddie visiting her cousin here Miss Grace h iti s' -604 itV '31'!'::':te4711jSetd tive in a becoming gown of green tat With the cloning of the VitriOati Hall Mr and Mrs Jacob Alexander Thompson issued invtaons sts s t sitl 0 e $s4)soir (eta schoole over the State a number of ' Miss Sallie Joyner of LaGrange has :- to the marriage of their daughter Sallie Lemuel to Mr Thomas )rk ter o so if --If weaneonady afternoon at the home the teachers are returning to their been spending some time with her Fat!' et- i --! 44 41 ' of Miss Sadie Downum the Q V Club homes in this place sistee Miss Georgia Joyner the popu- Edgar Petty on the afternoon of Wednesday the second of June 4S:4 ': '' ''733'1 ' ' it ftr' "it' gave a miscellaneous shower in honor Among the numbers are: Misses tar teacher of the first grade ' ' ta five o'clock at the First Baptist church Lumberton ''-:v' vt":7-1Ii ea' 40:41! b-o of Miss Irene Martin who will toe Eugenia Stafford from Stara Annie F Mrs J A Cash of Apex is the I t I '4 '' -Psitg4r)tit'e married to Mr J Ralph Todd on the Lowrie from Hickory Annie Gray guest of Mrs Ida Hale and Mrs J ''' -- Iv ia4a4‘41 i-:ses I 28th inst Brides was the game of the Greenfield from Graham Maude Ir Beasley and family are slatting her ' !Sae te sesta aeeleacess4 afternoon In cutting for the prize Pinnix from Centerville Emma mother Mrs Leila Williamson WILLIAMS-PAGE ' 1 i3' "tt rre7"-ess e't M W Mrs J W Whisnant was the lucky Lowrey from China Grove: Nina s laaas s a a eSParatalsa gueet and she at once paesented it Pinnix from Dennis Erie and I Mr and Mrs Leroy Anderson Page have issued invitations to vill A a 's 1-essi:if-y-01 ss LEAKSVILLE e eat eski It iqsZN to the gueet of honor The color Huron Stuartfrom Bessemer City 1 ihe marriage of their daughter Florence Nightingale to Mr Joseph -40-016 '45 vztez'ti: -4' -70 scheme of pink and whites was beauti Miss Aria Hester of Clemmons has ' ' - 111' '441 -""- t'a 4ssara -4s100 fully carried out in dainta tally cards returned home after a visit to friends Leaksville May 22—The ' young A a Adolphus Williams on Wednesday evening June the second at eofis::7-'1:-o:' -':'''°'': ptoU and also in the refreshments— which Miss Texas Ragland of Eton Col- i f Leaksville gave a most en- I z joyable moonlight hay ride and picnic -p : 4 a'r-e contested of brick ice cream cake lege was the weeksend guest of her —en o and mints After refr d eshments were ens Mr J M 'Ragland near Friday evening to the young ladies of i Ii-"47vr-IL'A - a 444tiA01101ae:aset?-'77s4:14's ta4 served a tiny note was given the Kernereville the town Four wagons were filled a quarter befote nine o'clock at their home near Morrisville 0 bride-tube telling heel(' search about — V '41 : - ott'VtaVgtie esesra with their cotiere of fun- lovers who RAGSDALE-MOORE 1::T -4- 1 saris' the beetle as there was surely some- 'i NEWTON drove to the lake and after having Mr and Airs NV M Moore have issued invitations to the mar- kat404"4i'--4!0:0 - c:iir- thing hidden there In the exciting supper drove back to the I3oulevard ' ata a110-7taiseasaesaaf a°a'I--1 "hide and seek" game Mies Martin — Theatre where they enjoyed the pie- riage of their daughter Susie A to Mr Hugh Smith Ragsdale on the s-“--1 q-A ro-TNow- -1 - found three baskets welaelled with - tuns show a ta es2 - afternoon of l church lle Wednesday June the second at four 61clock at St 1'44ftwi se aset WA'S I-x'''' ' ' dainty linens hand-painted china eta Newton May 23—Mica Mettle Rein- MondeS afternoon the Y W As of 1 ' Aisex47 i v te The Philathee class of the First hardt was hostees Saturday evening the Leaksville Baptist Church bad a E Gi if 1-:::1-etrA7 -ot 444'istvi Methodist church hell a business to the Christian Endeavor Society of most interesting and instructive meet- 1 P au l' s piscopa reenv eiliSsk lstersalat sit essaes a as asplas a t a meeting Thursday afternoon at the the Reformed church at a very en- ing with Miss Elizabeth Taylor 4 S eliale:iess tttA:tt t4 : 4:41: :trt ''s ''11&'' el?4 A 4CIttl4Y'eAle elites was the dinkieston of a new mental selections and Mr Aaron Testa dent Mrs B la !vie who led in li'i t '''$:i''' 1 ' home of Mrs W la minima Tea meet payable social session There was Promptly at three o'clock the meet- L4' important matter brought before the music Miss Reinhardt gissinat instru- in g was called to order by the presi- PRINDLEBUTLER -4-- o - asess :Y assa 4 'ekk t01!W 404 e:Roi-:tAc 1 c ii ti t the iaioAsot 141! : r s' A 1 -ip ' 0s4 14W40:1VAs class room the eltitlig hiving outgrown a senior in Catawba College giving prayer after which the subject of the space allotted to them in the main vocal numbers Cream and cake were o auditorium of the church Several served A large number of young study for the afternoon "The Call Mr Edward Gale Butler has issued nvtaons o marriage L I tb ' cf his daughter Amy Elizabeth to Dr Richard Hedenburg Prindle : 1'44i-:litaviiivie 't'7- -4 - plans were suggested and the matter people attended teen members responded to From Africa roll call ! on Wednesday June the ninth at high noon at the Church of the 11R'sisi)iro-toaAZr4sr-e 0g''''" was finally left in the hands of a corn Mrs Mary Love and Mrs Carrie " was taken up Four- with the name of some missionary 4 mittee It being the time for the Connelly of Wilmington have ar- Holy Innocence Henderson - es election of officers the following were rived to spend the summer here in stating where they are stationed The wedding day had been sst a moved along into her pier Passon elected: Mrs C H Heffner president accordance with their custom for sev- V ments were served by the hostess The After the program dainty refresh- -- S AUNDERS-CLARK year ago and the groom had prom- gers crowded about wonderinely but Mrs J C Keever vice-president Miss eral years past They are stopping at Med to return all the way from Ciltlit she showed no sign She jusi stood Nantes Steele secretary Miss Hen the Piedmont Taylor as a new member society was delighted to welcome Miss 1 where he wag at work on the con- there looking into the distance at the rietta Montgomerss treasurer OIrs M Mrs H Mete Green of Warning- Mr and Mrs William Joseph Clark have issued invitations to The many friends of Mrs T W erection of a railroad She WI look- pied No prim Puritanic frock did the M Courtney teacher Meg tecroggs ton who has been the guest of her the marriage of their daughter Ruth to Mr Richard Robeftson Saun- ed forward to that day with the flithe passengers see on this dauratiem assistant teacher Mine Cornelia Mill- brother-in-law Dr Geo H West for Fields will regret to hear that she is still indisposed - I eers which will take place on Wednesday afternoon the second of m yweoaenoion t that her to t o rroit b s m llat isin the Anittett fur htr wedding t be haidgotk otitoe i5oOge so m e eorerepoerettetro h g At rtsthe close of the bust- several days returned home Thure- Monday evening Misses Balite Gray I Miniah served re- day tele Kathlone Walker and Judge A ' sluir at half after live o'clock Salem Methodist it was to be the biggest day church Reids- k t tit her bride's own daring and kept correctly freshmente to her guests life Mrs Robert B Knox has returned to the 1915 requirements of such cos- Miss Mary Maroney of Mocksville from Charlotte where she spent sev- W Dunn mhtored to Reitisiville where they attended a Rook party given by 4 villa N C Then came a cable that he could tumes era! days with friends' Is visiting at the home of Rev and Miss Gladys Cummings 1 ? not possibly get closer than Hone For her pretty neck and arms she Mrs J M Downum Mrs C M McCorkle her friends Milltiett Lottie Saunders Ruby and lulu on the day set for the wesiding followed a departure from past high- Miss Eva Teague who has been are delighted to know has returned Gertrude feature are spending this ti MOREHEAD-GILMER But that didn't daunt an American necked long-sleeved modes in a teaching music Op past year at Rut- to her home here following a stay of decolletage modemtly brides' and fin returned Saturday for the sum- several weeks in a hospital One of week in Reidsville the house guests 1 ' ' Mrs Jo her dream shattered Jon A Gilmer has issued invitations to the marriage of girl and she was not going to have sleeves just below the atie Millner left Saturday aft- a? mer vacation the leaders in Newton society she hail f Mrs' ' Buford Stone i ! her granddaughter Mary Eloise Dick to Mr James T Morehead t 0 "NIterwilmi ft:be:tr hi sonorttherbeef"orsehe that brTdhee deahriii!gertit ndinindtablitinuarltri7ts opfoothoet tt Mrisnrtt Ca ( are e 8 tin le son of been greatly missed during the spring eethleslil and at little he home of Mrs J J Stewart of Conever is o Islise ernoon for Reidsville where she will speltstitel sseveral drogy with relatives Jr on Thursday evening June the third at eight-thirty o'clock staid and untraveled old lady 2 satin and brilliant studding of rhine Mrs M E Shell spending a month with her mother tor could be made to undeadand the bridal MIOnen over the skirt panel and bodice Mr and Mrs John B Steele return- Mra J A Boyd at Fort Mills S Cs Charlotte where she will be the y house in the First Presbyterian church at Greensboro - gown had been Peeked in a trusts front The ase panel are of hem ed to their home in Lexington Moe- Meseta Harvey Carpenter and F E guests of Judge and Mrs H P Lane The bride-electlis the granddaughter of the late Judge Dick and and the tickets purchased lace day afternoon after a visit to the Yad- Yount have returned from Washing- Mrs Dora Barrow of Bluefield W But the steamer which neared Hon A Juliette cap of pearls set with kin Valley ton City where they spent several Va arrived Tuesday and will spend i daughter of Captain Gilmer of the United States Army °lulu on the day of slays Waa late orange buds and hung with veil of Mrs 1 D Moore and children of days on a pleasure trip a few dap here with her sister Mrs - The dusk had come down over the lierre lace was her original idea North Wilkesboro are spending a few Misses Charlie Fry and Ruby Lan- Laura A Scott harbor when the vessel slowly felt "He's there mother- cried the days at the home of Mr H le Houce easter and Messrs Grover Murray and s ' bride with her eyes on the crowd at Mrs J W Avery has returned to Lewis Phillips formed 'a motor party epee Orine leagge has returned from Stunevilla where she spent some time ' JONES-FLINTON her stay im "vein he be there to meet us?" Cite the Plea anti at that moment he Lenoir after an extended trip to Ches to Statesville Friday and visited with relatives - Mrs Mary Woods Flinton has issued invitations to the marriage mother inpiired ever and over again spitowtotolo7eritattlytitsdirwoyin forwtter Toohoe ter S C es - friends e ''':":"'""'"""'"nlIlb":-d 0 Mr and Mat D le King Jra and e anxiouttly little D K King left last week tor of her daughter Nannie to Mr He:try Bmadas Jones the marriage And the daughter (aught this doubt she Watt th0 Mat es boff the vestal own She KERNERSVILLE - ' LOUISBURG leeldsville where MM King will spend orm fell into his aeriridal g ano i to take place on Thursday afternoon June the third- at half after t orhs4kriawi't'luattwi 11-"11:tYtreainne'rs'bolultstates8 de all There were tears in her eyes — — Neal some time With her father Mr S T five o'clock at the Methodist church at Rougentont veloped into siemperetion S p-alone and she was almost to the breaking she made up her mind She pia on point under the strain He knew Kernersville May 21—A delightful Loultsburg May 23—On Monday Mr J P Turner left last Sunday for afternoon Miss Eleanor S Yarborough Richmond Va ' ' invited the senior class of Louisburg X charming rook affair of the week t v ' asssa—s-- the gown' and then canto Conn on why event wtabsetphoemt hwoesepkitatiiytymiettestesnaddetdo ' ----t PTgl 0 tt Female College of which she is a wee that of Wednesday afternoon the deck in the soft Hawaiian evening "I gums" said he the first thing to watch the eights atti the ship weneert is a parsene 111SuarviirsIgin compliment te the members of the 1916 graduating class et the member to meet her grandmother when Miss Sunshine Taylor entertains s - I he Cracker with a Preference ' ----z----------- Kernersville high school e Mrs R ea Yarborough at her reel- ed delightfully the membe of Wilson T o ave the denee on Main street Mee Yarbor Rook Club and a number rs of addi- roundings In speaking along the line Bqwlit and vases tilled with yellow roses and fragrant purple teats were ough after most gracefully welcoming Bonet guests The rooms where six of sanitation she said: tastefully arranged in parlor library her guests served dainty refreshments dainty tables were arranged were a 's H "The reeson men do Dot know how and hall the class colors of purple and and presented to each of the charming fragrant with ropes and honeysuckle so ''' -71"'"IImmtrarrmn"IIIm"" va --alheas ' ' L ' gtL'I:7iii:::tror'::-J4 c-tz77 A Woman' D s Club to clean up a town im that they cannot gold being most effectively carried ming d ladies a ainty hand -painted Miss Lucinda Martin received the club t ( Nees asseareaseasesereas ceases sae a tee dirt and Abe reation for that its out souvenir prize a dainty crepe de chine hand- l that they are made of dust and Rana The hostess wee assisted in receiving Mrs W H learholaugh entertained kerchief and Mrs J P Price capturs a NM nnninintili 6 Mio I MN I I Mi I ini I MOM 1 IN 1 Milimni get away from it" by her sister Mrs M V King who the graduating class of Louisburg ed the visitor's price also a pretty -- s - 1 — Three Hundred at Meeting Levity aside she spoke of the se- gave the words of Welcome at the College Tuesday night at a most de handkerchief During the course of 'I'T ' ' IIV Decide To Form Perma- Homeless sof the undertaking of a door The guests were greeted In the — a ' woman's tlula els° that woinan's hail by Mrs Edward 'Whitaker who lightful dinner party in honor of her the afternoon delicious punch was niece Miss Eleanor Yarborough In served followed later by ail ice I11 --L nent Organization: wore is wherever she is needed--not conducted them iinto the attractively addition to the class several: you: g couAr:ca'imost automatic device has os - I a ' ' ' - 1 WhtoB a iscu i t '' alone in her home but in the corn- decorated reception room Here rook munite as well Our men -are pro- was played A-count of scores show of Yarborough Wilson May 22—Wilson is to have gresmhe and true and will we feel ed Mrs Clyde Holt and Miss Annie The Tuesday Afternoon Books Club been invented to be attached to a saw e at it Wernotn's Club This was decided gladly co-operate with us in building Lee Stafford to be the lucky eon- men from town enjoyed the hospitality Mrs — 1 ' s - met Wednesday afternoon at the beau- handle to blow the deist out of the as on at a meeting held in the court ep beautifying our alrea b dy eau- testants for which they were present- tiful home of Mrs W H Yarhotough Path of a saw it' is being operated i - 11 --esseeesesssaasaaagoatenestetsseeef rine Image Friday morning Another meet taut little city"--her whole theme be- ed daintily embroidered handker- on Nlein etteet (State tin interesting tng will be held soon at which a per ing for better senitallon and beautifie chleta reor i grrn a was carriet tot Each mem When a man insists on classifying !lament organization will bo formed cation At the Close of the n games a num espod ned with memo current all women as Pees the evidence is 1 and oMeers elected - Mrs Swindell stated -the men were ber of delightful piano selections were event Meet Sallie T Williams ren- weighty that either he or his wife ! 1 There were about 300 reprementa- s rendered by different members of the dered several beautiful piano solos married ona—Washington Poet 1 a t - ""I'e '--------------2—--------- tive women of Wilson present at the '' party toll "--- paresting which a tempting ice I meeting' on Friday This was called course and mints was served by the — i ' s 1 0 iteMZITs to order by aim Charles le Cleat Mrs 4 ' - 4t hostess Mime Eliza Hall of Rocky Mount has - — porary chairnian anti Miss Bruce ---- ! 4111 iit iatti1111111v 1 VI l' "11"laSiettationittitiaZiiitottietteleselliu I I le D Swindell wva atilectSd so tem- pring ' been spending several days with her s temelli - is- rt Evans secretary pro tem friCnd Miss Lillian Joyce M A RRIAGE' INVITATIONS 1 laastattlin""""""-- rip piKON While awaiting the arrival of Mrs Mrs J R Wall and small daughter A JIL i noweassitS EDD la i woe fogies" I R R Cotten of Cotiondale honor- i alre Rachel of Mayodam are the guests of 1 ry' parents Mr and Mat o ' tit Etit soma wooist E try- president tot the North it ill ine na Federetion on Women's Clubs Mat '' ' 1 IRGIR 1 II is utemas unv rewire r 1 ' CiMircde'rol8r111tiolcfik air Reception and Visiting Cards ' 9 ' ' tomistme"1 to v" rt F D Swindell 'poke inipressing upon et guests at the home of Dr s via saloa al sta 100 it hor hearers the need of a Woman's and Mrs J B Lieddison wores Mr CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ENGRAVED u-0'11g1"1t- — N ORICJIAM INDIVIDUAL: DESIGNS 1 s tom st Ass Club in Wilson At the close of her and Mrs A It Sapps N ictor Sapp s 1 ' a tossellow"aTratte Mel GANIA- Mrs Cott remarksI Nire Swindell introduced Misses Irene end alive Saint: Messrs SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRRIES 'V warms °It" t IINDDIElbh AVM 1 en and urged every woman present tss use her bemt efforts to cots- Mrs Frank Redlora ii Newell and N ktor happ e Mises Mary Amide temiee Hunt and Lola Sapp VERE il ---- Villett themien and get their co-opera and Sir Sam Black all of Greensboro 3 P STEVENS ENVING CO i ' 1 tion in working for a better end Raleigh Lizzie Atkins of Rod Shoals wastatetwelovn cleaner more proeperotee anti Mae- sente Place Whore o Quality bee been spending essme time at this a a- ' a latent Wilsen ass the mein object of s place as the cleat of her brother Forty-seven GRA Whitehall Street' Ati t an a Georgia the association is tor the uplift of its Counts" ' Mr James Atkins a - catzens ana the beautifying of the eur asaaaa a Announcements have been received 4 4 ' 4 - ' ' ' ' - '' I 4 4 ' ' 7 - - 4 ' - 14 — 't IF — t - t 1 4 0 : RI r et her c on Tues Atlanta Mr Servia ' Station here fro i thf Ger - Mr and the I ing widi commen It wa I make th LIRQUI1 Mr to fhe n ander L ( June 2 f North C i 'Miss North C arilorating aunt I and grandeur (mud shove the tot slitter rneAND Route Offet Ts you try club Ills cum modoris bowl looking down insportstion and rntoratithenun bng horanback 000111 Onstronrice facilitate Os points ()Matra's 1 'this WI or histoull Gorgon: milontsto Po isttri Of Wisstsirn astarn Tonneasen 1 iid I tinML Mitch rated on the Crest 1 Altansag end I IOW enMIllet Cob I Murchison N C I teski §II known health entrance to The 'kg Pineola ph I Ia the last Tbil caztchoold on Citgr thence C R7 Isd booklitg and and rms° (Ivor r boarding houses in 1he Appall"- 11 or actiscaut to NM to Wu a 6 AG PA & Ohio Radway G TENN — - - — I 7M1- --0EP "Pr1 -4111111 - - -101MMIEmparE-- --------—--— -- maw-- -a EL-------44 -444-- a ---- a t 4 a 4 It I V - 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