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Buckingham News And Social Event*
Bob Holmes Given Farewell Partey
BUCKINGHAM. Dee. 3ft_Joe
Foe entertained Bob Holmes
Friday night with a farewell
poly at his farm near Knon
y * lie- AlKJiil GO gu~ is were pres
<- il All Holmes will be leaving
• ■■ n* st of January for New’
'loili, where he has accepted a
e- • it:on with the N'at.nmal And
»«'••>« Seeieiy Nabiie renter 1 >e
. 1SIOII.
Dr. Charles Barrel], of Bowl
Green. Ohio, is visiting for
the holidays with his mother.
Mrs. c \I. Barren and his aunt.
M -s Jean Hall.
Mr.-.. A. J. Kardiman has ;uit
her.: \ : :y well lately.
Hill Waotten is also on the
sick list. Quite a number of the
< hiklren in ai/J around the 00111
muniiy are recuperating from
the measles a at mumps.
The Buckingham County pub
he schools closed Dec. 2<>. and
wdl reopen on Monday January
fi.
Gary l ove, of the U. H. Army,
left, last Monday alter a leave ot
F. days here with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Love, to re
port. for duty at Albuquerque.
New Mexico.
Court of Honor
Tiie Buckingham Boy Scout
Troop 525 held a Court of Honor.
Monday evening at the Veterans
Memorial Hall. Afterwards there
was a parts and dancing for the
scouts.
Elders and deacons of the
Mays; die Presbyterian Church
v. :K hold a retreat 3! the Dyches
V. bb cobh. on January 3. The
program will Irvin with lunch
.0 12:30 nod continued worship
:: p m.
h Buckingham art class
winch clo.-ej 1.:. - T Tuesday for
ih- C.'i’.i.-tnvis 1 olidays will re
ume classes on Tuesday. Jan.
7. The classes are being held
■ ach Tuesday nigh! in the Adams
building at Buckingham Court
house.
Mrs M. D, Harris, of Pros
pect - spending the winter with
her da o lit* r .itui -or. -in-law. Mr.
1 d Mrs Frank Webb.
Mr. and Mrs L. C Sharpton.
Jr., and daughter. Gneca. left
Frtdy for T impa 1- ia . where
they visited Mr. Sharpton’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sharp
ton Sr., for the Christmas holi
days.
Miss Betsy Spencer, a student
at Westhampton College, Rich
mond, is home for her Christ
mas vacation. Mr. and Mrs.
Coison Spencer, of Charlottes
ville. .spent Christmas day with
his parents. Mr. .arid Mrs. John
Spencer.
Mi-, and Mrs. Carlton Carter,
and Wayne Carter, of Manassas,
were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. White.
Rues Win
Buckingham boys and girls de
feated Bluestone Friday night
here, 35 to 46. Gills' score was
15-30. The gills have not lost .a
game so far this season. The
hoys have lost two and won two.
A J. Springer spent the Christ
mas holidays with his son and
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spring
er. of Richmond.
Miss Katherine Roach a stu
dent at William and Mary Col
lege is spending the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Rooch.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Moss. Jr.,
of Portsmouth, were visitors of
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pey
ton Moss, Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hall Jr.,
and children. Nancy. Jane, and
Tommy, left Monday for Atlanta.
Ga.. where they will spend the
Christmas holidays with tier sis
tei and brother-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Hudnall. They will
return Monday Dec. 30.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Francis West
are spending the Christmas holi
days in New Orleans, where they
are visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Dud
ley R. West, who are spending
the winter in New Orleans.
The Youth Fellowship of the
three churches here went Christ
mas caroling Monday night. The
group returned to the Presby
terian Church for refreshments
and games until 10 o'clock.
Across Country
Dr. Samuel S. Jones, of Wash
ington State, arrived this week
to spend the Christinas holidays
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
(SV
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ROTHY
AY
TORE
ARANCE
NOW ON
EVERYTHING
DRASTICALLY
REDUCED
BRING YOUR
NEIGHBOR TO
DOROTHY
MAY STORE
SALE!
}
Leon Jones.
Clinton Heath, who is attend
ing Danville Tech Institute, at
Danville, is home for the Christ
mas holidays to visit his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.aiul Clin
ton is in his. first year at Dan
ville Tech, where lie is studying
Drafting and Designing.
Teenagers will help ling in the
New Year. Dec. ill. at a party
and dance at tlie Diliwyn Ele
mentary School from 8:30 till
12:30. It is sponsored by the
Buckingham County Woman’s
Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hayes and
daughters, Clara and Elizabeth,
spent Christmas day with Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Hayes and fam
ily. at Lawreneeville.
Misses Nancy Alin Pennington
and Jane Pennington, ot Wake
field. are spending the Christmas
holidays with their parents, the
Dr. Penningtons.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Davis, of
Richmond, were holiday guests
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Hellaid.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wright,
of South Carolina, returned Fri
lly after a visit of 15 days with
Mr. Wright's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Wright.
Mrs. Minnie Williams left on
Monday to visit her children in
Washington for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowlett Bruce
spent the week end with their
daughter and son-in-law Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Shepard, of
Hampton.
Bobbie Shepherd is recuperat
ing at home, after being in Stu
art Circle Hospital for ten days.
Mrs. Sue Duncan, of Albuquer
que. New Mexico and David
Role ton. of University of Vir
ginia. are spending the Christ
mas holidays with their par
ents. Mi. and Mrs. Phillip Lov
ell, of thllwyn.
Yefton Land is home from the
hospital. He is improving.
The Rev. and Mrs. W. H.
O'Neal, ol South Boston, spent
Christmas with their daughter
and her family, Mrs. Jean Start
le v.
Guests Christmas day in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Daniel, were, Mrs. Hunter Gee
and daughter Martha, of Lynch
burg. and Mr and Mrs Albert
Moss and son, Al, of Drakes
Branch
The Young Homemakers had a
Christmas party for their chil
dren at their December meet tig,
at the home economic cottage.
Eighteen children were present.
They brought gifts to be put in
Christmas baskets to be distri
buted to the needy. The Young
Homemakers thought this was a
good way to teach their children
to think about other less fortu
nate. Mrs. Darlene Duty dressed
as a snow queen and had gifts
for the children.
Misses Minnie and Estell
Wood, spent several days this
week in Richmond visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Ayres. Sr., and
Mr. and Mrs. Dud Coleman were
guests in the same home Christ
mas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Low and
daughter, Nancy, of Dinwiddie.
spent tire Christmas holidays
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Baird.
New Pastor
The Rev. Thomas A. Hayes,
of Bluefield. will be the new pas
tor'of the Enon and Bethlehem
field of Baptist Churches. The
Rev. Mr. Hayes will assume his
duties Jan. 1.
He previously servec the
Duhring Street Chapel, a mis
sion of the First Baptist Church
at Bluefield.
The Rev. George Reynolds was
formerly pastor of the Enon
and Bethlehem field.
Miss Martha Alice Smith and
Miss Faye Wyland students .at
Longwood ^College are spending
the holidays with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith and
Trenholm
Dor. ,30—Mr. and Mrs. Sam
; Wall and family, of Taylors, S.
C. are spending the Christmas
holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bagby Jones.
Mr. Stuart Stokes and children,
of Richmond, visited his par
jents. Mi', and Mrs. W. I. Stokes,
Sunday and also Mr. and Mrs.
R. J. Willis. Elaine and Hyland
Stokes a re spending the Christ
j mas holidays with their grand
parents and other kin people.
Mrs. Joe Anne Shiver had the
misfortune to break her ankle
last week. We ln>pe she will
soon bo well.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Duke
and family, of Richmond, were
1 supper guests of. her par
jer.ts Mr. and Mrs. B. W. W 1
burn, Sunday night. They also
! spent Christinas day with her
parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stratton
.and family visited relatives in
Richmond Sunday. Miss Nancy
Stratton is home from Bluefield
College, spending the Chistmas
holidays with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. P. I, Duncan.
I Jr., and boys, of Columbia, spent
‘Christmas day with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R J. Willis.
The Christms Program under
the direction of Mrs. F! W.
I Boatwright, was bold at Muddy
j Creek Church. Saturday Dec. 21
| at 7:30. They entertained 38
boys from Beaumont Boys
: School in Powhatan. They gave
:each boy a present, and served
| refreshments to them and the
other people present.
When a man finds no peace
within himself, it is useless to
| seek it elsewhere.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wyland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce S'pencer,
! of Farmville. visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Wood. Sunday and
also other friends and relatives
here. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gowin.
of Drakes Branch, spent the
holidays in the same home.
W. A. Price Co.
Made G. E. Heating
System Dealer
W. A. Price Company. Inc., »f
Parmville, has been appointed
an authorized dealer for one of
the most complete lines of elec
trie home heating equipment on
the market . . Ihe (1. E. line
manufactured 'by the General
Electric Company. The appoint
ment was announced today by
B. K.. Campbell. Jr. Sales Man
ager. Electric Comfort Heat ins.
Inc.. Richmond. Virginia. Dis
tributor for G. E. Electric Heat
ing Products in Virginia.
As a G. E. Electric Heating
Dealer. W. A. Price Company.
Inc., will handle sales and in
stallation'of G. E. Electric Heat
ing Equipment as well as Hagan
Super-R Insulation manufactured
by Hagan Manufacturing Comp
any. Delphos, Ohio.
Campbel announced that, the
equipment offers great advant
ages over conventional central
heating systems. There is no
ductwork, pipes, radiators, fu
mes smoke or dirt with elect
ric heat. The heat i's generated
and individually controlled in
each and every room, for that
room's best temperature. In
modern slab or basementless
homes, no space is required to
house the equipment: no furnace
room is required.
Modern electric heating, he
states, is completely safe,
noiseless, and with properly in
stalled Hagan Insulation, com
pletes in operation costs with
central ‘flame’ systems. With no
moving parts there is no main
tenance cost of any kind. In
stallation costs are less than oth
er types of heating systems.
Burke ville
BURKE VILLE Dec. 30—Miss
Joyce Page Spencer wed Dec.
28 to John Rosser Ellingsworth.
Jr, of Hampton, xraS hohohed at
a bridal- party given by Mrs.
John R. Ellingsworth. Sr., on
Langley Avenue. Newport News.
Present were Mesdames Wil
liam E. Lewis, Robert L. Stub
blefield, Earl K. Harvey, Zach
L. Teagle. John L. Thomas.
Richard T. Daniels, Hastings E.
Johnson, Carlton H. Shockley,
and Miss Paulette Ellingsworth.
Miss Spencei. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Spencer, of
Btirket ille, was married to Mr
Ellingsworth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Ellingsworth. of
Newport News. Dec. 28. in the
Burkeville Baptist Church, at
Burkeville.
Belona
Dec. .10 -Sunday night. Dec. 22. j
the young people from Provi
deuce Church came in my yard !
and rendered most beautiful1
.■"* ' ..
Christmas music. They Were ac
companied by Robert Bradley
It. was surely enjoyed by all oi
,us.
Last Friday Mrs. Cary Do
noon, of Michaux, and Mrs. Eliz
abeth Holybach, of Richmond,
Visited Miss Birdie Baugh. Mrs.
Clara Rudd, of Powhatan, also
visited tier. Sunday Mr. .and
Mrs. Stuart Oliver, of Hanover,
were her guests,
Mrs. Cabin Bell went to Rich
mond last week on a shopping
expedition. Many people have
been going to Richmond to shop
recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Gentry and
daughter, Beverley, of Rich
mond. Mrs. Maud Jones, of
Amelia, and Mrs. Joyce Gob
bins. of Powhatan, visited Mrs.
Gertrude Morris and Miss Bir
die Baugh on Sunday.
Get The Ad Reading Habit
.NOW IN FULL SWING
LEGGETTS
AFTER-CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
LADIES'
HATS~AND~
Presses
Reduced P
upT° 50/o
SECOND FLOOR
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