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;! He nd:Um.X3aude Withrow and
i Mm. JL JU. .Riddick expect to spend
k v the wteefeend .at .Emporia, Va.
T. & White.Jr, who holds a posi
tion In Richmond. Va., spent the
week-end with Ibis parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. ;Smith expects to leave
this week for TVeldon, where she will
visit her daughter. Mrs. M. E. El
liott Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Newby will at
tend the Duke-Carolina football game
in Durham next Saturday.
Mrs. T. F. Winslow and her daugh
ter, Mis3 Mae Wood Winslow, will
, spend the week-end At "Jtocky Mount
with the family of Mrs. , Winslow's
son, Frank Winslow.
Rev. W. R. Noe, of Wilmington,
and Mr. Toler, of Eayetteville, will
be in Hertford on Friday.
Mrs. Julian Brinkley, of Plymouth,
and Granberry Tucker and Miss
Elizabeth Tucker, of Raleigh, spent
the week-end with their mother, Mrs.
. B. McMullan, Elizabeth City at
torney, was in Hertford attending to
business on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reed, who ifcve
near Hertford, spent Sunday after
noon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Ward, at Bethel.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winslow,
at their home at Whiteston, on Wed
nesday, November 7, 1934, a daugh
ter. Raymond Sawyer, of Elizabeth
City, was the week-end guest of his
sister, Mrs. Josiah Elliott.
Mrs. Josiah Elliott, Mrs. Charlie
Elliott and Mrs. Jude Smith went to
Elizabeth City on Sunday afternoon
to visit Mr. Cale Copeland, who is a
patient in the Albemarle Hospital.
Carl Britt is sick with tonsilitis at
the home of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Britt.
Mrs. C. C. White returned Satur
day from a week's stay at Duke
Hospital. Mrs. White expects to re
turn to the hospital within the next
two or three .weeks, when she will
probably undergo an operaion.
Little Sonny Stillman, who has
been sick for some time, and who was
taken to a Norfolk hospital last week,
where his case was diagnosed as
-chronic appendicitis, is much improv
ed. Sonny will probably undergo an
operation in the near future.
Judge Walter H. Oakey, Jr., re
turned Saturday from a business trip
to Roanoke, Va.
Mrs. W. P. Skinner, of Elizabeth
City, visited her aunt, Mrs. Rosser
Brinn, on Wednesday.
F. M. Weeks, who has been in
Norfolk with his wife, who is a pa
tient in a hospital there, returned
home on Monday.
Mrs. T. A. Cox, who has been sick,
Mrs. H. C. Sullivan, of Norfolk,
was a week-end guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Darden.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Davis and
Henry Nachman, of Richmond, Va.,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Saddler and
their daughter, Dorothy, of Anderson,
S. C, were week-end guests of Mrs.
Saddler's mother, Mrs. J. H. Pruden.
Marshall Owens visited friends in
Elizabeth City on Sunday.
Tim Gregory, who holds a position
in Norfolk, spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Gregory.
Mrs. Singleton Lane, of Ballahack,
was in town on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Evan3, of Cho
wan County, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Brinn on Sunday.
Mrs. T. N. Davis and her daugh
ter. Miss Pearl Davis, of New Hope,
spent the week-end with Mrs. Davis'
brother, W. G. Forehand, at Rocky
Mr3. Louis Nachman spent Mon
day and Tuesday at High Point.
Mrs. Eddie Boyce, of Beech Spring,
was among the shoppers in Hertford
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gregory,
Mrs. Julian Gregory and Miss Howell,
of Norfolk,, spent Sunday here with
Mr. and Mr3. T. N. Gregory.
Mrs. Nellie Lane and her daugh-
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Hertford, N. C.
ter, Miss Eleanor Lane, of EEzabeth
City, visited Mrs. Lane's sister, lira.
John Hill, on Sunday. The occasion
was Mrs. Hill's birthday.
Miss; Lottie Lee Blanchard, of
Elizabeth City, who has been quite
sick recently, has recovered and was
in Hertford over the week-end with
her mother, Mrs. Mamie Blanchard.
' Mrs. Fred Morrell and her little
daughter, Jacqueline Anne, have re
turned to their home at High Point
after a visit to Mrs. MorrelPs par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nachman.
Mrs. Jones Perry, of Beech Spring,
was in Hertford on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Twiford and
their son, Rus3ell, 0f Elizabeth City,
were guests of Mrs. Twiford's sister.
Mrs. J. E. Everett, on Sunday.
Mrs. Preston Long and Mra. Dewey
Perry, of Bethel, were in Hertford on
E. Leigh Winslow, who holds a po
sition in Washington, was in Hert
ford over the week-end.
Misses Pattie and Margaret Ross,
of Robersonville, were week-end
guests of Miss Lucille White, in
Mr. and Mrs. George Harrell and
their little daughter, Annie Toms,
who have been here for some time,
visiting Mrs. Harrell's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Morgan, left Sunday
for their home at Orlando, Florida.
Mrs. H. V. Lamb, of Belvidere, and
her brother, David L. Rogerson, of
Washington, D. C, were in Hertford
Saturday morning, on business.
Mrs. Sidney Lane and her daugh
ter, Miss Martha Lane, of Ballahack,
were in Hertford on Monday.
Mrs. E. B. Skinner, of Old Neck,
was in Hertford on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Love and Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Dean and their son,
John, spent the week-end at Nags
Mrs. K. R. Newbold had as a week
end gue3t Mrs. Luna Jarvis, of Moy
ock. Mrs. Trim Wilson is spending some
time in Elizabeth City with her
mother, Mrs. A. F. Toxey.
Mrs. Rosser Brinn visited her sis
ter, Mrs. J. Q. A. Wood, in Elizabeth
City, on Sunday.
Wesley Willis, of Farrnville, was
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Brinn
Mrs. T. C. Blanchard, Mrs. R. H.
Willis and Miss Kate Blanchard went
to Elizabeth City on Sunday to visit
Mrs. C. W. Gaither.
Among those who attended the
State-V. P. I. football game in Ports
mouth, Va., on Saturday were Miss
Marjorie Hefren, A. W. Hefren, F. T.
Johnson, C. P. Morris. J. E. Morris.
Jack Brinn, Robert W. Brinn, Fred
Chalk, and Bill Russell.
Mrs. S. P. Matthews, of Burgess,
was among the Saturday shoppers.
V. N. Darden, prominent Hertford
merchant, suffered a sprained ankle
when he had a slight fall on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blanchard and
their son, Billy; Mr. and Mrs. L. N.
Hollowell and their daughter, Ruth,
spent Sunday in Durham.
Mrs. J. W. Darden is spending the
week in Norfolk, Va., with her
daughter, Mrs. H. C. Sullivan.
The Woman's Missionary Union of
Piney Woods Church met at the home
of Mrs. T. C. Perry, with Mrs. Nor
man Win3low and Mrs. V. C. Lane as
assistant hostesses. The meeting
opened with a hymn, "The Light of
the World is Jesus." The devotional
was conducted by Mra. S. M. Wins
low. Nineteen members answered roll
call with Scripture text on "Light"
The lesson from the study book,
"Japanese Women peak," was pre
sented by Mrs. Sarah Layden A life
sketch of Alice L. Kennedy was given
by Mrs. L. J. Winslow, The Alice L.
Kennedy Thank Offering was taken.
Those present were: Mrs. Claude
Winslow, Mrs. T. R. Winslow, Mrs. S.
M. Winslow, Misses Lucy, Emma,
Margaret and Clara White, Mrs. L. J.
Winslow, Mrs. F. C. White, Mrs. T. C.
Perry, Mrs. Norman Winslow, Mrs.
V. G. LaneMrs. J. M. Copeland, Miss
Bertha Smith, Mrs. H. P. White, Mrs.
E. L. Chappell, Mrs. Herbert Cope
land, Mrs. Sarah Layden, and "Mrs.
W. L. White, and Miss Cora White, of
Refreshments were served during
the social hour.
A SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY
A surprise birthday party was giv
en toy Miss Elsie Copeland and Mrs.
C I. jBogerson, honoring Mrs. V. C.
Lane. When Mrs, Lane returned home
she was greeted by a number of
friends. Several games were enjoyed
by alL Those present were: Mrs.
Paul Whedhee, Mrs. C T. Rogerson,
Mrs. J. M. Copeland, Mrs. T. C.
Perry, Misses Madeline Lamb, Syble
Rogerson, dive Layden, Clara and
Lucy White, Bertha Smith, Elsie
Copeland, Sara Mae Chappell, Ade
laide Layden, Messrs. Carroll Layden
and Henry Layden.
The honoree received many useful
Candy, nuts and fruit were served
by the hostesses.
Mrs. J. H. Baker entertained at a
surprise birthday party Friday night,
Nov. 9th, in honor of her husband's
fifty-fifth birthday. Mr. Baker re
ceived many useful gifts.
Delicious ice cream and cake were
served to the guests.
Those present included: Mr. J. M.
Hollowell, Hertford, R. F. D. 3; Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Hollowell, Hertford,
R. F." D. 3; Misses Artie Mae and
Alice Ann Hollowell, Hertford, R. F.
D. 3; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollowell
and son, Joel, Jr., Winfall; Mr. John
Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Garland
Baker and son, Garland, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell, Misses Audrey
and Myrtle Umphlett, Misses Annie
and Eliza White, Misses Jessie and
Gertrude Baker, and Horace Baker,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker, and
Miss Dona White.
Miss Lorna Brothers spent the
past week-end at the home of Mrs.
W. G. Hollowell.
Mis3 Lucille Long, cf the Winfall
school faculty, spent the week-end at
her home in Bethel Township.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Winslow, Sr.,
went to Portsmouth, Va., Saturday to
attend the football game between V.
P. I. and N. C. State.
Miss Sarah Morgan is spending
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Mickey Mouse - News Travelogue
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sometime" in Robersonville visiting
!",Miss; Audrey mphtett oJt&orfoiki
Va., is visiting her sister, Miss Myrtle
Umphlett for Bometime. ; -,'
Mr. and- Mrs. Ralph Proctor 'were
baby girled Sunday, Nov. 4th. Both
mother and baby are getting along
fine. " , V- - " ,
Mr. J.M. Hollowell,' of Hertford,
R. F. D., spent the week-end - with
his son, Mr. J. F. Hollowell, '
W. G. Hollowell, Claud White and
D. R. Trueblood motored to Elizabeth
City Sunday to attend the 'Armistice
Day program at the Carolina Thea
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The Winfall Cedar Grove Young
People's Missionary Circle met at the
home of Mrs. Jesse Stanton Monday
night with Miss Lucille White .as
hostess. Mr3. A. R. Winslow, the
leader, presided over the meeting.
During the social hour the hostess
served delicious ice cream and cake.
Mis3es Alma Leggett, and Lucille
Long spent Tuesday ' afternoon in
Elizabeth City shopping.
MUSIC CLUB MEETS
Richard Spivey and Mrs. R. M.
Riddick were hosts Thursday evening
to the Melody Makers Music Club.
An interesting program was given, in
which all the members played mu
sical selections and gave readings.
The club decided to federate with the
State Federation of Music Clubs at
Officers elected for the effiuihg
year were Ruth Hollowell, president;
Richard Spivey, vice president; For
die Feild, second vice president; Ruth
Winslow, secretary and Elizabeth
HOSTESSES TO MUSIC CLUB
Misses Grace Knowles and Maude
Keaton were hostesses Weednesday
evening to the Chaminade Music
Club for its first meeting of the year.
After a musical program in which
all the members took part, officers
were elected for the year, Mi3s Grace
Knowles being president; Hattie
Weaver Riddick, vice president; Mary
Wood Koonce, secretary and Anne
Felton, treasurer. The club will join
the State Federation of Music Clubs
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:tmsa,. KtVX' MEETS.
.The P. T: A. of Bethel school met
last Thursday night, the meeting be
ing opened by all singing ""Old Black
Joe." The president, Mr. Roy Chap
pell, then took charge. - W, D. Perry
read the devotional, after which the
secretary, Mrs. E. L. Goodwin, called
the roll and read the minutes of the
last meeting. - An interesting pro
gram was rendered by the program
committee, Those .taking part were
Mrs, Harry Pond, Mrs, W. D. Perry,
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BETHEL T.JrT.' A. MEETS
"'The Y" W. A. of Bethel cnurch met'
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