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Capt. Frank Williams an ! Mrs
Williams, of Camp Uu'tner, ana Lieu..
George Wood, Jr., are guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Wood, at Greenfield Farm.
J. O. Leary went to Norfolk on
Wednesday, having accepted a job
with a mill there.
Corporal Robert Hobbs, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Hobbs of the Tyner
section, will leave Saturday for Cal
ifornia, after spending a furlough
with his parents. Young Hobbs is a
member of a bomb squadron and is
stationed at the Army Air Base at
Franklin Britton, of New Bern,
was the week-end guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Mr*s. B. F. Britton.
Miss Helen Lindsley spent the
week-end in Williamston with her
Miss Ruth Vail Selby left Sunday
for Miami, Florida, where she will
enter Kmbry-Riddle School of Avia
Pvt. John Hassell, .Jr., of Seymour!
Johnson Field. Goldsboro, was the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Hassell, a few days this week.
A. S. Smith, Jr., of Fort Henning, I
Ga., is spending a few days’ furlough i
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Mrs. S. S, Ross and her daughter,
Miss Paula, returned on Sunday from
New Orleans, La., after spending
several months there.
Anthony Gosser, U. S. N., Norfolk,
Va., was the guest of his family in
the Rocky Hock section, a few days
Misses Paula Ross and Charlotte
Elliott left Thursday for Greenville,
to resume their studies at E. C. T, C.
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in an all-wool melton
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Always in high style
Edenton, N. C.
Miss Julia Burton left last week
for Greensboro College, Greensboro,
where she is a student.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cullipher and
Albert Cullipher spent Tuesday in
Richmond, Va., on business.
Mrs. M. G. Brown and daughters,
Misses Kathryn and Evelyn, and Miss
Helen Willis spent Sunday in Hert
ford as the guests of Mrs. Brown’s
sister, Mrs. R. T. Brinn, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon White, of
Washington, D. C., were the week
end guests of his father, W. T.
White, and other relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mitchener spent
Thursday of last week in Raleigh,
taking their daughter, Janie, to
Peace Junior College to resume her
Corporal Walter McClenny, of New
River, spent from Friday until Sun
day in the home of L. B. Harrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Bvrum and
children, of Newport News, Va.;
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Byrum and
daughter, Bobbie, of near Smithfielil,
Va., visited Mrs, Roscom Byrum and
little daughter Sunday afternoon.
Heber Eason, of Portsmouth. Va..
Mrs. Elisha Hurdle and daughter
spent Sunday with Mrs. Maude
Pvt. Roscom L. Byrum left Sunday
for Camp Van Dorn, Miss., after
visiting his wife, and little daughter.
Mrs. Earl Harrell and Mrs. Buster
Eason visited Mrs. L. B. Harrell and
Mrs. R. L. By rum Sunday.
Roy Harrell, F.arl Stallings, Cpl.
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N. C„ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1943
Walter McClenny and Miss Wessie
Harrell attended a weiner roast on
t MERRY HILL
Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mrs. Guy Smith
and children, Barbara and Richie,
spent Saturday in Greenville with
Mr. and Mrs. Cad Capehart.
Miss Thelma Maxwell, of Raleigh,
and John Privott, U. S. N., spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Tyneh. Miss Maxell remained over
as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tynch
for the week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Keeter, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Keeter, of New
port News, Va., were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe M. Keeter on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Smith and chil
dren, of Windsor, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Smith on Sunday.
Mrs. Bill Kipple, Mrs. Joe Barnes
and son. Junie, spent the week-end
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Mrs. J. W. 'Smith. Mrs. Woolard
and daughter, of Williamston, visited
Mrs. E. J. Pruden on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Foxwell and daugh
ters, of Norfolk, Va., were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Baker.
Miss Sue Doris Taylor, of Raleigh,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Cobb and
ion. Tom, of Elizabeth City, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Miss Josie Belle Keeter is spend
ing some time in Wilmington as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Keeter.
Mrs. Celia Phelps, Mrs. S. A.
Adams, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Smith
spent Friday in Edenton.
Jack Bond Member
Os Rainbow Division
John H. Bond, son of Mrs. M. F.
Bond, Sr., has arrived at Camp
Gruber. Ala., where he is a member
of the Rainbow Division, which is to
be made up of men from each of the
Js states and the District of Colum-’
bia. as was the case in the first
AH the officers have been in
overseas duty and the colonel of the
232nd Infantry, of which Young;
Bond is a member, has been captured
three times in the present war.
General Douglas MacJPrthur is ex
pecting this' .new division as soon as j
it is trained, as he is a veteran of
the old Rainbow Division.
MAE JACKSON NOW HAS
FI LI.-TI-ME OPERATOR
Mr- Chue:. i o White, i Margaret
Francis t has accepted a. position w :r.
Mae Jackson, Beauru :an. a- fui. -
time operat"i. assuming her :.ew du
ties Monday morning.
Mrs. White is the daughter ■•? Mr.
and Mrs. !. E. Francis. After
graduating fr tie Edenton High
Schoo . she e md va- gradu
ated fr :r. & we -known beauty
schoci;. >r.e a.- nad several years'
experience : - a- , f tted !’■ r the
Mr-. JacK- .: -a: n tunc.-- that
Mrs. Kerri it Lay t i be in the
shop part of the week, usually .<in
Fridays and Saturdays.
Judge—Do you challenge any of
Defendant—AVell. I think I can lick
that little guy on the end.
I Mae Jackson
Wishes To Announce That. |
Margaret Francis j
Is Now Associated With Her as Beautician. <!
The new operator is well qualified for the I
work and will be Klad to meet patrons.
Mrs. Kermit Layton will also be with Mrs. |
Jackson on Fridays and Saturdays. 1
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Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island, N. Y.
Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola. Bottling Co., of Elizabeth City, N. C.
High School Glee !
| Club Elects Office^
Miss Dorothy Thompson'
Leader of Interested i
| Edenton High School’s Glee Club
I organized last week when officers
I wel ' e elected and plans discussed for
the coming year. Interest is unusu
ally keen in the club which will be
under the direction of Miss Dorothy
Thompson, teacher of public school
music. A large group of candidates,
both boys and girls, appeared for the
first practice called by Miss Thomp
son, and after individual tests the
club will comprise 45 members.
Both classical and patriotic songs
will be learned and it is expected
that the club will enter the State
Contests in the spring. Officers plan j
j to attend various contests held out-|
Officers elected were: President, |
Charlotte Bunch; vice president,
I Sarah Russell; social secretary, Jo
; pen; treasurer. Hazel Cobb; reporter,
Sara Russell; social secretary, Jo
USO Clubs In Alaska
Become Very Popular |
That tli*- USO is interested in the!
forthcoming United War Fund Drive i
is reflected in a report by William j
E. Leigh, director of the USO Over-1
! seas Division, upon his return this j
week from a six weeks’ tour of
Alaska and visits to USO clubs from ;
Fairbanks oil the Arctic Circle to!
Prince Rupert in British Columbia. ■
“I traveled 13,000 miles," said Mr.j
Leigh,“and during all the trip 1 did
not see an Eskimo, an igloo or a
polar bear, but what 1 did see were
. crowds of men joining the USO
clubs, often the only place of . re
creation in a town, and sight-seeing
soldiers setting off under USO aus
pices to pan gold, visit mink and fox
farms and take part in fishing trips.”
WE EQUIP THE OFFICE
Phone 2-rl Ahoskie. V i v .
Too Late to Classify
WANTED TO KENT OR BUY—j
Five <>r six-p'ori: -house. Address
Box A. Chowan Herald, i’pd.
FOR SALE UPRIGHT PIANO,
good as new. Apply Box X. The i
Chowan Heraid. ltpd.
COMPLETE LINE: SHOE POLISH.
Also Shoe oil and saddle soap.
Leather Coats repaired. Ward's:
Shoe Shop, Edenton, X, C,
I, 0S T PA I R HORN RIMMED
spectacles, probably in one of the
store-. Reward for return to The
Heraid, office. sept.23t.
WANTED AT ONCE—COOK AND:
Dishwasher. Wages good. See
Mrs. Willie White, 221 Oakum St.,j
Edenton, N. C. ltc.
Mr. Leigh found that USO-oamp
shows visit every section of Alaska,
even the isolated outposts, and are
The USO, a member agency of the
National War Fund, now has 155
oversews clubs and other services in
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Norwood
Bailey, of Newport News, Va., a
daughter, on Sunday, September 19,
in Windsor Hospital. Mrs. Bailey is
the former Miss Sue Margaret
Keeter, of Merry Hill.
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£/j/;.y; ).y, a. c. we have the shows
Today (Thursday) and Friday, September 23-24
jW> Gene KELLY SBT
Also LATEST MARCH OF TIME
Saturday, September 25
HOOT GIBSON and KEN MAYNARD in
‘WILD HORSE STAMPEDE”
Sunday, September 2t> —
ALAN (T'KTIS, PATRK fit MORRISON and JOHN CARRADINE in
Monday and Tuesday, September 27-28
Wednesday, September 29—Double Feature 11c and 25c
M ALT DISNEY’S FEATURE CARTOON
EAST SIDE KIDS in
“GHOST ON THE LOOSE”
Thursday and FViday, September 30 - October t
FRED ASTAIRE and JOAN LESLIE in
THE SKI’S THE HUT”
COMING SOONWDuBarry Was a Lady,’ ‘Watch On 7h~RTine. I
‘Bombers Moon,’ ‘Destroyer,’ ‘What ’a Buzzin’ Cousin.’ I
‘We# Never Been Lklted.’ * |
Just How Far
Bill—On what grounds does your
father object to me?
Jenny—On the grounds about the
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