) NEWS FROM LITTLETON |
Mrs. George Ragland and little
™ daughters, Eve and Nora Brown
ing, had a tea party in honor of
Sallie and Sandy Garber, of Wash
ington, D. C., Emily Sue Nelson
of Norfolk, Va., and Rebecca Tay
lor. Other guests were Matt John
ston, Charlotte Thorne, Roger
Moore, Jr., James Little and
Diekie Robinson. Delicious refresh
ments were served.
• Bridge and Bingo Party:
Mrs. -Harold C. Smith entertain
ed with a party at which bridge
and bingo were enjoyed, in honor
of her daughter, Mrs. Charles B.
Austin, of Miami, Fla. Ice cream
and cake was served too the fol
lowing guests: Mrs. Charles Lam
beth, Mrs. George Ragland, Mrs.
Daphne Fitts, Mrs. Garland May,
Mrs. Milton Stokes, Mrs. George
Threewitts, Mrs. William Nelson,
- Miss Elizabeth Rodwell, Mrs. John
D Picot, Mrs. Ruby Simms, Mrs. Rob
ert Thorne, Mrs. Jack Johnston,
Mrs. Willis Taylor, Jr., Miss Carrie
Myrick, Miss Mary Virginia Gil
liam, Mrs. Graham King, Mrs.
Graham King, Mrs. Horace Robin
son, Mrs. Andre\V May, Mrs. Law
rence Reese, Mrs. Alice Parden,
Mrs. Roger Moore, Mrs. Alice
Browning, Mrs. Raymond Ward,
Miss Carrie Helen Moore, Mrs. K.
C. Cheeves, Mrs. John Leach, Mrs.
P Charles B. Austin, Mrs. Luther
Williams, Mrs. Jimmie Robinson,
and Mrs. N. E. Mitchell. High
score bridge prize went to Mrs.
J. M. Stokes. The bingo prizes
went to Mrs. Leslie Crawley and
Mrs. George Ragland. Guest prize
Mrs. Charles B. Austin.
The Woman’s Auxiliary of the
Littleton Presbyterian Church met
P Monday, July 9, at 4 olclock at
the Church. Mrs. Robert Newsome
was in charge of the program; the
topic of which was "On The
Beam.” It was in the form of a
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stokes en
tertained at a dinner party hon
oring Mrs. Lula Riggan on her
birthday. A pink and white cake
P was the center-piece. The guests
were: Mrs. Lula Shaw, Miss Velma
Shaw, of Washington, D. C., Mrs.
J. S. Riggan, Norfolk, Mr. Jasper
Riggan, Jr., and Miss Mary Lou
To Hold. Busmess Meeting:
The Fidelis Class of the Sun*
day School of Littleton Baptist
Church will hold its Quarterly
Business Meeting and social on
M Friday, July 21, at 8 o’clock in the
class room. As many as possible
are urged to attend.
Society of Christian Service held
its regular monthly meeting on
Monday, July 9 in the Sunday
School Room of the Church. Mrs.
J. H. Newsome presided. Mrs. N.
B. Mustain and Mrs. A. R. Del
bridge were on the program.
^ Litleton Church Services:
BAPTIES: Albert E. Simms,
Pastor: Littleton, Sunday School
9:45 A. M., W. F. Williams, Super
intendent. Baptist Training Union,
7:00 P. M. Evening Worship Ser
vice, 8:00 P. M. Bear Swamp: Sun
day School, 11:00 A. M. Morning
Worship Service, 12:00.
METHODIST CHARGE: H. L.
Davis, Pastor. Littleton: Preaching
every Sunday, 11 A. M., Sunday
" School, 9:45 A. M. Calvary: 1st
Sunday 12, 3rd Sunday 5 P. M.
Bethel: 1st Sunder 4 P. M., 3rd
Sunday 12:00. New Hope: 2nd Sun
day 3 P. M-, 4th Sunday 3 P. M.
EPISCOPAL: St. Alban’s: Sun
day School 9:45. Due to the ab
sence of the Rector, there are no
preaching services being held for
PRESBYTERIAN: W. F. Little,
Pastor. Sunday School 10:00 A.
M. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sunday
Mrs. K. B. Kennedy, who has
been visiting relatives, has return
ed to her home in Durham.
Mrs. Julia Stegall and Mrs. Bil
ly Perkinson and little daughter,
Edna, are visiting relatives.
Miss Evelyn Perkinson is spend
ing a week in Newport News, Va.
Mrs. A. P. Farmer and Mrs. Lee
Riggan shopped in Raleigh Thurs
Mrs. Roy Spain has returned
after spending several days in
Mrs. O. L. Currin visited in Hen
derson and Kittrell.
W. A. Powell spent the week
end at his home.
Walter Myrick spent the week
end at his home.
John Kright is very ill at Roa
noke Rapids Hospital.
Miss Mary Virginia Gilliam of
Windsor, is visiting Miss Carrie
Mrs. John Ray Browning and
small son, Micky, have returned
after spending some time at the
home of her mother in Henderson.
Misses Marie Holland and Ethel
Sanderson spent the week-end in
the homes of their parents near
A. V. Joyner spent the week-end
near Louisburg with his father, A.
Mrs. J. S. Riggan, Mr. Jaspei
Riggan, Jr., Miss Mary Lou Rig
gan ®f Norfolk, Va., have return
ed home after visiting Mrs. Lula
Riggan. Mr. Jasper Riggan, Sr.,
also spent a week with Mrs. Rig
Miss Anne Joyner, Jaunita Nor
thington, India Bowers and Dolly
Green Atkins left Monday to at
tend the Girls’ Auxiliary House
Party which is being held at
Mrs. Walter Moore and two
children are visiting her mother
in Portsmouth, Va.
Mrs. Leonard Hardin and son,
of Wilmington, are visiting Mrs
Walter Myrick, who works in
Henderson, spent the week-end at
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wollett vis
ited in Richmond recently. Mrs.
Lawrence Reese of • Washington,
D. C., returned with them for a
Miss Gertrude Egerton, who has
a position in Wilmington, is visit
ing at her home for a part of her
Mrs. Edward Hunter has gone
to Detroit, Mich., to visit her bro
ther, Roy King.
Mrs. Joseph P. Pippin has re
turned from Marshall, Va., where
she has been spending a couple of
weeks with her daughter and son
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Bert Slichter and daughter,
Miss Frances Slichter, who have
been spending a few days with
Mrs. W. H. May and Mrs. C. A.
Jones, returned Saturday afternoon
to their home in Norfolk, Va.
Miss Elizabeth Rodwell, of War
renton, came for the week-end
and spent a few days with Mr
and Mrs. George Threewitts.
Mrs. William Nelson and small
daughter, of Norfolk, who have
been visiting Mrs. M. Nelson, re
turned home Monday.
Cadet Annie Farmer returned
home Saturday after an extended
tour of West Virginia and Ohio.
Mr and Mrs. Lee Riggan spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rod
well Crawley at Essex.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Perry spent
Sunday in Windfall, N. C.
Mrs. N. E. Harrison, of Durham,
is visiting Mrs. J. H. Northington.
Mrs. Henry Morris is out of
town on a visit.
Mrs. Grey Reid, Robert and Roy
Wright, of Washington, D. C.,
Mrs. Hal Bobbitt and Mrs. John
Currell, of Norfolk, Va., are home
on account of the illness of John
Rudd - Tanner
Mr. and Mrs. S. Thomas Tanner
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Lucille, to S2/c Earl
Junius Rudd, son of Mrs. Nellie
Rudd, on July 9. Seaman Rudd
has returned to active duty, and
Mrs. Rudd is making her home at
134 Hamilton Street.
Cpl. and Mrs. Frederick R.
Cooper, of Washington, D. C., are
visiting Mrs. Cooper’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L T. Kohorn.
ITITIH B J I I 11 II
We're off on o home-canning spree—
And we.'ll can all we can, you seel
For we save as we shop.
Gel the pick of the crop.
In the "garden" at our A&P1
s? 59c ■ Qs.- 75c ■ *£? 95c
Jar Rings . . 6 pk™ 25c
I Jar Caps .... « 21c
Fruit Pectin*" “ 9c
Certo 23c-Sure Jel «• 12c
Paraffin Wax . 13c
Vinegar^™. . . £ 14c
1 % -Lb.
A NATIONAL FAVORITE
WATERMELONS lb 3C
TOMATOES 1 lb «»<> ct» 20c
POTATOES,new white 10lbs- 42c
CARROTS, 2bunches 17c
PEACHES,fresh- 4,bs* 29c
CANTALOUPES, 2,bs 15c
BUTTER BEANS, 2lbs 38c
3 *"» 23c
2 Bars 13c
P. D. Q.
STARCH _ tS: - 5c
KOOL AID, 2 9c
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SUN1\ .l. . . j
Corn Hakes ■ . , §c
Wonder Rice . 19c
Juice Punch . . £. 24c
14-OZ. BOT.—30 BLUE POINTS—ANN PAGE
Ketchup .... « 15c
NABISCO SHRE'DDED ■
Wheat . . . . 2 23c
Flour E"rich*,,. . . . ■•Sr 55c
OLIVES, stuffed ^ ..36c
COFFEE, 8 O'clock. 2 lbs..41c
Red Circle, 2 lbs.47c
BUTTER, quarters, lb.49c
FLOUR, 5 lb. paper bag..33c
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