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Couple From Bombay, India, Visits Enroule To Sew Jersey, Pakistan Well ford Luckado. of Scottsville, - pent Easter S u n d a y with his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs R. 1. Luckado. Mr. and Mrs. Luckado spent several days with tit.. in Lam-ford Luckado at has. h'.rhe in Jessup. Md. The R--v. and Mrs. Louis R. Den-; n Methodist missionaries to Sibu Sarawak. Borneo, who are now on IViloiieh for a year in Rehoboth. Del , were recent guests of Mr. and Mr ' O Tilman. Mrs. Dennis and Mrs. Tilman were schoolmates. Larry Hickman, son of Mr and Mrs W. L. Hickman, Jr., of Rich tu-ind. celebrated his first birthday all party April 20. His grand mother. f.irs. J. G. Tilman, Mrs. Dudley tt> Krafft and Mrs T. H. DRIVE-IN Cumberland Va. Route 60 SHOW TIME—8:00.P. M. Thum, Erl. May 2-3 Bella Siarr's Daughter •Si. :' in George Montgomery and Ruth Roman onlay Night Only May 4 Wyoming Renegades Starring. Phil Cary un. Mon. May 5-6 How to Be Very, Verv Popular In Cinemascope & Color marring Betty Gi able and Sheree North . ia-s.. W'etl. May 7-8 Majji Baba Cinemascope & Color St irring John Derek and Elaine Stewart > liur: 4 l i. May 9-10 > Powder River In Technicolor Smiting Rory Calhoun and Corinnt Calvet Anderson accompanied by her daughter. Pamela, and Joe Ander son. with his son. Russell, were guests from Amelia. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hickman. Jr., and son. Larry, were guests of Mrs. Hickman’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tilman. Mrs. Morris Enters Hospital Mrs. R. J. Morris entered a Rich mond hospital last Tuesday to undergo surgery. Mrs St. Julian Shelton, of New port News, and Mrs. Cary E. Pat rick. of Hampton, spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. George O. Hardy, Jr Mrs. Robert Hardy, Mrs. Shel ton's mother, returned home with them after visiting relatives and friends at Amelia. Beaver Pond and Blackstone Mrs. C. E. Agee, of Farmville, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. James Marshall, Mr. Marshall and family. Mrs. Etta Blonsick, of Columbus. Ohio, was a week end guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Miller. Other guests of the Millers were their son and Ins family. Mr. and Mrs. James Miller and children, of Alexandria, and another daughter. Mrs Leslie Teasdale and daughter. Bttcky. of Ocean View. Tarheels Visit Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Reece, of Winston-Salem, N. C., spent Wednes day with Mrs. R K. Jones. Mrs C. Garland Hutcheson was hostess at a luncheon Friday honor ing Mrs. H. C. Rucker and Miss Lawrence Baugliam, who were cele brating their birthdays. Guests were Mrs. Joseph McConnaughey, Mrs. W C Lester, Mrs. J. T. O'Neal. Mrs H. A Jenkins. Mrs. W. H. Ellett. Mrs. E. H. Burke, Mrs. J. D. Rand. Mrs. J. B. Mason and Dr. H C. Rucker. Kelly Hardy was the guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. George O Hardy, Jr., while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Hardy, of Vienna, accompanied by Charles A. Tilman, III. were in Henderson. N. C . for the week end. The men played in a golf tournament there They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sydnor while m Hen derson . Guy Wootten had as guests dur- j ing the Easter holidays his daugh ter. Mrs. R. A. Frazier, and Mr. Frazier, of Richmond. Martbwes Return Mr. and Mrs. Harry Marlowe re turned Sunday from a trip to Win ston-Salem. N. C. They spent Easter with Mrs. Marlowe’s daughter, Mrs. j C. T. Crowe and M. Sgt. Crowe at' Old Point. ' Mrs. John F. Deekens and daugh- j ter. Louise, were in Waverly last; week visiting her parents. Mr. and; Mrs. James Mavor. While there they went to see some of the gar dens nearby which were open dur ing Garden Week. Mrs. Wayne Keener was honored at a baby shower Saturday in the home of Mrs. Howard Easter. Hos tesses were Mrs. H. S. Emerson, Mrs. Ranny Denny and Mrs. Duke Dickerson. There were about 30 guests present. Miss Mary Helen Hutcheson, Miss Eliza and Miss Lucy Southall repre sented Christ Episcopal church. Amelia, at the youth conference held Saturday and Sunday at Car tersville. Miss deKrafft Spends Week End Miss Dallas deKrafft spent the week end in Enfield, N. C., with Miss Harriette Brown. Clinton Warriner is a patient at ; Medical College of Virginia hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Larsson. of Bombay, India, are visiting her brother, M. M. deKrafft, and family. From here they are going to New 1 Jersey for a week or two before | leaving for Pakistan, where they : will be stationed for about six months. Larsson is with a large U. S. oil company and has been on six months leave. Mrs. Larsson has been traveling over the United States and Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Deekens iand Arthur Deekens, of Richmond, were hosts at a reception Saturday i at the Amelia Golf and Country club ; honoring Mr. and Mrs. William Deekens, of Richmond, Among the out of town guests were Miss Ann Jackson and Miss Fran Winstead, both of Richmond, Mr, and Mrs. Stewart Deekens, of Petersburg, Maynard Deekens, of Blacksburg, Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Jefferson, of Victoria, and Harville Mavor, of Waverly. Mrs. Holman's Mother Visits Mrs. Charles A Holman. III. her mother, Mrs. W. A. Haley, of Cul peper, Mrs. Donald Flippen and A 1957 Electric Range plus rfOUSEPOWER HomeWiring > j factual! di'irJA da fail. < d I j fa auxi’it mi anditf. tj&i ' idilikuM&MhcLK I fa Sk fa /Indt&liim&X p ■ mm • Just put a winning last line on Mrs. Modern’s Live 1 id ter Electrically jingle. Your line can bring you a 'learning, automatic 1957 Electric Range...plusHouse* wor wii ing for your home. Or an Electric Mixer, Fry 1 ’an. 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A panel discussion of interest rates cre ated a lot of interest. Members composing the panel were: J. G. Dickerson, of Amelia: E. Waller Sanford, of First National Bank in Farmville; Ed Sheffield, Jf Bank of Crewe, and W. R. Parker, of Powhatan. Mr. and Mrs. Chester T. Wal ters. and daughter, of Tennessee are returning to the Wigwam in nearby Amelia county. They are purchasing the farm from Mr. Harrison in Richmond. Walters has served some time in the Air Corps in recent years and also Mrs. Charles A. Holman. Jr., Sunday motored to Charlottesville, where they were met by Mrs. Haley’s son. who drove her back to her home in Culpeper. Miss Rebie Hardy, Mrs. Walter C. Grigg, Mrs. W. D Meredith and her grandson. David, who are Miss Hardy’s guests, spent Sunday in Blackstone with Mr and Mrs I,. G Barnes. Mrs. R. H. Jones left Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Weaver at Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Redford, and family, of Richmond, spent Sun day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L M. Sanderson, at Jetersville Mr. and Mrs. John Sanderson joined them for dinner. Home Demonstration club meet ings next week are Namozine. Mon day, May 6 with Mrs. Edward Bur ton at 2 p.m.: Grub Hill, Tuesday. May T with Mrs. J. E. Ashman at 2 p.m.: Pine Grove. Wednesday. May 8 with Mrs. Charles F. Moyer at 2 p.m.: and Mannboro. Thursday, May 9 with Mrs. Lee Smith at 2:30 p.m. served during World War II. Mr. and Mrs. H. W! Tunstall. and family, are moving to the Green farm on the Genito road, as Mr. and Mrs. Prank Nicholls. and family, are returning to their Home here which had been rented during their stay at Beaumont. Nicholls will operate The Veter ans Lunch Room at Columbia the present property of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie \V. Parrish. Mr. Parr: h ex pects to enter college in .July in preparation for tire ministry. Mrs. J. B. Ashworth was hostess at a bridge party at her home near Powhatan villa*.’?. Mrs. W G. Bowles has had another x-ray of her hip since her fall in December, and the bones have healed perfectly She is now able to take a few steps and to be up in her room. She is with her daughter M .■ E. P. Yates, at Erin Hill. Mrs. Bass, mother of Mrs. J C. Green was honored with a recep tion on Iter 75th birthday in the home of her daughter. With Mrs. Bass were her immediate family. Edward, and family of Washing ton, and Eleanor, and family, of Baltimore. It was wonderful to see Mrs. Bass's husband, a sr rich ly 81. enjoying the festivities along with friends, children and grandchildren. With Mrs. Bass were her brother and his wife, of Richmond, and a host of lifelong friends from Richmond to say nothing of tlfe many sih i n learned to low and admire here in Powhatan. Mrs. Stuart Jones and Miss Kinsey Given presiri: d at the punch bowl Easter services in Powhatan were a special joy to all who w*iv privileged to attend in the i re spective churches. The communi ty sunrise service on tie? school playground was particularly im pressive. At exactly 5:25, sunrise, the servici by .Rev Knipmeyer. of the Methodist church, who has labored long and hard to realize this beautiful service on Easter morning. The opening and closin players were offered by the Rev. John Gallier. pastor of Red Lane and Old Powhatan Churches. B U • readings were given by Rev 11 D. Anderson, Baptist minister of four county churches, Rc.*v John Dozier, pastor of Providence and Genico 'Presbyterian church’s and Rev. Kipmeyer of Rocky Or and Powhatan Methodist church es. An Easter morning Pray:." was offered by Rev. P W. Eng land. retired Methodist minister Rey. Wilson Stitt of the county Episcopal Churches, gave the message of the morning and clos ed with an Easter prayer. It was a beautiful Easter morning. There had been a crude cross prepared, upon which hung a crown of thorns, at the foot of the cross a few sprgs of dogwood blossoms. 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