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TUB PESQUIHAKg WESXLt, HERTFORD, N. C FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1884, C '
Rosa Powell Circle
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J. C Blanchard made a business
trip' to Norfolk on Friday.
Mrs. Henry Clay Stokes, who
teaches at Belhaven, spent the week
- end in Hertford.
Miss Lucille White spent the week
end in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Love and Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Dean and their little
son, John, went to Nags Head for the
Shelton White, of Baltimore, spent
the week-end in Hertford with his
mother, Mrs. R. T. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kugler and
their two little daughters are spend
ing the week-end in Washington,
Master Donald Coffield, three years
old, of Colerain, spent the week-end
in Hertford as the guest of Mrs. L. R.
Miss Jeannette Perry, who was sick
last week, is convalescent.
D. R. Pritchard visited his mother,
Mrs. M. L. Pritchard, in Elizabeth
City, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sawyer, Miss
Marjorie" Wilcox, Joe Sawyer and
Raymond Sawyer, all of Elizabeth
City, were the guests of Mrs. Josiah
Elliott on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elliott, Miss
Tallulah Copeland and Joe Copcland
went to Elizabeth City to visit Mr.
Cale Copeland, who is a patient in the
Albemarle Hospital, on Sunday.
Mrs.,R. B. Cox has returned from
Washington, D, C, where she visited
the family of her brother, Dr. J. 3.
Miss Ruth Basel Ward, Raymond
Jordan and: Toss White spent Sunday
in Richmg&?Va. v '
Mr. andMrB. Fred .Winslow, of
Wmfall, visited friends at Sunbury
Jars. C. Stephens, who has been
sick this .week is improving:,
J. R, Jolliff and Miss Wilma Jolliff
of Belvidere, were in Hertford on
Monday afternoon. '"'
Mr. and Mrs, L. N. Hollowell, Mr.
and Mrs. Trim Wilson attended the
Automobile Show in Washington, D.
G, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Berry and their
two children, Blanche Moore and Car
roll, spent Tuesday in Norfolk, Ya-.
Thurman White, salesman for the
Hollowell Chevrolet Co., attended the
Automobile Show in Washington, D.
C, this week. I
' J. Oliver White, who was sick last
week, is convalescent and able to be
Mrs. Frank Bond, of Edenton, i3
visiting Mrs. Tim Brinn this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hines bad sfs
their guest over the week-end Mr.
Hines' grandmother, Mrs. H. A. Bond,
Mr. ard Mr3. R. M. Riddick and
Mrs. Louis Nachman visited friends
in Gatesville on Sunday.
Mrs. V.'N. Darden, District Presi
dent of the P. T. A., will spend Fri
day and Saturday at Columbia,
where she will assist in organizing a
Miss Prudence Stokes, of Windsor,
visited her sister, Mr3. W. G. Newby,
in Hertford, on Sunday.
Mrs. T. C. Blanchard, Miss Kate
Blanchard, Mrs. R..H. Willis, Mrs. H.
C. Stokes and Mrs. Tim Brinn visited
friends at Corapeake on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Griffin r.l
children, of Edenton, spent Sunday as
the guests of Mrs. Griffin's mother,
Mrs. T. B. Walters.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. White and
their little son, Julian, Jr., were the
week-end guests of Mrs. White's
mother, Mrs. Minnie Perry, at JNew
Mrs. J. E. Sparks returned to her
home at Pinetops on Sunday after at
tending the funeral of her brother-in-law,
Lucius M. Blanchard.
Mrs. E. L. Reed and Mrs. J. C. Fel
ton spent the week-end at St. Paul's,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. B. F. Ainsley had as guests
on Sunday Miss Stella Johnson, Miss
Lee Yeats and Leeman and Rupert
Ainsley, of Columbia.
Mr3. Elisha White and her daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth White, of Tyner,
were in Hertford on Saturday.
Mrs. George Fields, Mrs. W. R.
Perry and Mrs. Eula Perry spent the
week-end at Louisburg as the guests
James Evart Newby, W. T. Elliott
and Cooke Winslow spent Sunday at
Mrs. T. C. Blanchard, Miss Kate
Blanchard, Mrs. R. T. Brinn, Mrs. C.
A. Davenport, and Mrs. R. T. WhKe
pent Wednesday in Norfolk, Va.
E, B. Skinner, of Old Neck, was in
Hertford on Tuesday on business.
? Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Farmer, Jr., of
Norfolk, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. T.
M; Farmer, Sr., at Bethel, Sunday.
Superintendent F. T. Johnson and
Mrs- Johnson attended the District
tethers meeting held in Elizabeth
Cit on Friday. All of the county
, and town teacners were in attendance
. Also. - -'.
'' Mr. and : Mrs, C. E. Winslow arid
their two sons, Bennle and Charlie
. . .... .
, Winslow, of Whiteston, -were in Hert
i ford? Wednesday on business. r
Mr. and Mrs. Noah -Felton, of
Beech Spring, were in Hertford . on
Tuesday. - v f f ,', I
The condition of Simon Rutenberg,
who has been confined to his home
for the past week by illness, is re
ported as improved.
Wallace Blanchard left Saturday
afternoon for Cleveland, Ohio, where
he holds a position, after attending
the funeral of his father', Lucius M.
Blanchard, who died on Wednesday
Joe Copeland, U. S. A., now sta
tioned at Fort Thomas, Ky., i3 visiting
his mother, Mrs. Cale Copeland, on
the Edenton Road. It is Mr. Cope-
land's first visit to his home in four
years, during which time he has been
stationed at various, points through
out the country.
Miss Lula Mae Mansfield, of Bethel,
was in Hertford on Saturday.
Mrs. J. C. Stallings, of Belvidere,
Route 2, was among the shoppers in
town on Saturday.
Among the Hertford folks who at
tended the game in Durham on Sat
urday were W. D. Tucker, Silas Whed
bee, Dr. T. P. Brinn, J. E. Morris, Mr.
and Mrs. T. S. White, Miss Mary
Helene Newby, Louis Nachman and
J. Emmett Winslow.
Mrs. S. M. Winslow, of Belvidere,
was in Hertford on Saturday.
Mrs. C. E. White, of Bethel, visited
her mother, Mr3. S. T. Sutton, in
Hertford, on Saturday.
Mrs. M. Y. Self, formerly of Hert
ford, but now of Laurinburg, is vis
iting Mrs. T. C. Blanchard.
The Y. W. A. of Bethel Baptist
Church gave a party Friday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Ward. Games and music were enjoy
ed. Those present were Misses
Pearl Proctor, Addie Mae, Pencie and
Esther Ward, Kathryn Fleetwood and
Eula Mae Hobbs; Irvin, Freeman and
Ambrose Long, Thomas Phillips, 0. C.
Long, Charles Ward, Carrqjl and
Fentress Hill and Josiah Proctor.
Ice cream and cake was served.
Mrs. Tom Jones of Norfolk, Va.,
spent a few days here last week with
friends and relatives.
Miss Anna Belle Hollowell, of
Ballahack, spent the week-end with
her grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Perry.
Mrs. Mollie Standin and little
granddaughter, Betty Long, of Nor
folk, Va., are visiting relatives and
Mr. Henry Mansfield is sick at this
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Chappell and
children, George and Sarah E., of
Hertford Road, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey Perry Sunday afternoon.
Frank Ward spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Proctor and
children and Evelyn Long visited Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Proctor near Yeopim
Miss Leone Williams is improving
after an illness of several days.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Chappell and
children, Mary Inez and R. S., Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chappell and
Miss Gertie Chappell spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. James
Pike, near Elizabeth City.
Mrs. Preston Long, Mrs. Tom
Broughton and Mrs. Beulah Williams
spent Wednesday afternoon in Hert
ford. Hertford shoppers from the Bethel
section of the County on Wednesday
included Mrs. R. A. Perry, Mrs. W. T.
Williams and Mrs. Preston Long.
Friday visitors at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. White included Mrs.
R. M. McCain and daughter, of Wax
haw, N. C; Mrs. L. E. Winslow, Mrs.
Arba Winslow, Mrs. Eugene Winslow,
and Miss Reba Winslow, of Whites
ton. Miss Ruth Hurdle, of Ballahack,
spent Sunday night with Mrs.
NEW HOPE NEWS
Mr. Bennie Davidson of Baltimojft
Md., has been visiting his mother,
Mrs. S. D. Banks. When he left for
his home Friday, his mother accom
panied him as far a3 Norfolk, Va.,
where she will visit her son, Mr.
Spencer Davidson, and other rela
tives. Mr. Tom Foster is very ill at his
The P. T. A. will hold their regular
meeting on Friday night, Nov. 23rd.
The parents are especially invited to
COLORED CHOIR CONTEST
ENDS IN DRAW FRIDAY
The Choir Contest held between, the
Hertford Colored Baptist church choir
and the Cannan's Temple Methodist
Church on Friday night at the Colored
High School building, resulted in a
tie, according to the decision of the
judges. " ' ;
Lloyd H. Felton,. of Hertford, is
organist for "the ) Canaan's Temple
Church and Henry j Perry is the or
ganist for the Baptist Church in
Hertford. : ' ; - :
. There were 29 voices in the 'two
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6. A. GIRLS ENTERTAIN IN
HONOR OF MISS RUTH DIXON
The G. A. Girls of the Hertford
Baptist church entertained at a de
lightful party on Friday night at the
home of Mrs. Henry Broughton, in
honor of Ruth Dixon, who will short
ly move to Colerain. .. i .
After numerous entertaining games
were played dainty refreshments were
Those present besides the honoree
included Ellie Mae White, Blailhe
Moore Berry, Eugenia Gregory, Julia
Broughton, Margaret Brought0n7xa"ar
jorie Buck, Lizzie Lee Hoffler, Mar
garet Mayes, Shirley Elliott and Sarah
Mrs. Koonce Dedicates
Theme Song To Father
At the regular meeting of the
Skinner-Jones Chapter of the U. D.
C. held on Tuesday night at the
home of Mrs. C. F. Sumner, Sr., the
program was prepared by Mrs. B. G.
Koonce, who had found most inter
esting articles and pictures of the
scenes and personages of the Confed
eracy. The subjects were our high
ly honored leaders, Lee and Jackson.
At the conclusion of a very ap
pealing program Mrs. Koonce offered
to the chapter an original song, lo be
used as the Chapter Song. The
members sang most lustily and ac
cepted with thanks Mrs. Koonce's
offer. Mrs. Koonce says she will
dedicate the song to the memory of
her father, the late W...T. McMullan,
who was "a boy: in g?ay.tt Here
after our meetings will be opened by
singing the following song:
Theme Song U. D. C.
THE BOYS IN GRAY
Tune;,, Perfect Day
I love to think, as the days go by
Of our noble boys in gray, i
They fought.vfor a cause so brave and
They died for me and you.
We cherish their raem'ry all through
Of their noble deeds well done.
Let us work for the cause of "Our
Boys in Gray"
Till our battle here is won.
Mrs. B. G. Koonce.
Miss Ruth Winslow, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Winslow, of
Whiteston, and Mr. Oliver Layden
of Belvidere, were quietly married on
7 :30 o'clock. The ceremony was per
Wednesday evening, Nov. 14th, at
formed by Mrs. R. J. White, of
Whiteston. The young couple will
make their home with Mr. Layden's
"Does your dog ever growl?"
"No. He knows that my husband
has him hopelessly outclassed."
"A cat has nine lives."
"A baseball umpire ought to flad
out bow the cat arranges It"
1 saw your husband motoring to
day. He seems to be a careful driver,'
"Indeed he is. He generally makes
a car last until a new mode) it oat"
ii 1 ! ',
Pictured above is Quentlu,, Nich
ols, of Purlear, N. C.,. with the torn
exhibit which won him Jthe Sweep
stakes in the 4-H Club Corn Show
at the recent- North Carolina State
Fp.ir. The variety is known as
"Vilkea County White'' and has
been developed by the Nichols fam
ily for over two decades, being orig
inated by Quentln Nichols' grand
This young farmer has won- a
prize with his corn during each of
the five years that he has been a
4-H Club member. He has always
used his prize corn for seed for the
following season. The acre of corn
from which the above sample was
taken was fertilized wjth 200 lbs.
of 12-4-4 and top-dressed with 100
Funeral Held Friday
For John Chappell
John J. Chappell, 72, prominent
Perquimans resident, died at his
home in Belvidere' on Friday night,
as a result of a paralytic stroke
which . he suffered recently. .
Funeral services were conducted at
Whiteville Grove Baptist. Church, of
which he was a faithful member, on
Sunday afternoon, with the . pastor,
Rev,- A. A. Butler, officiating. Burial
took place in the family burying
ground. - . - - -
Active pallbearers were: Warren
Cartwright, Henry Cartewright, and
Will Elliott, of Chapanoke; Elihu El
liott, of Norfolk; Josiah Chappell, of
Suffolk, and Harvey Stallings, of
-Honorary pallbearers included Asa
Stallings, Dr. C A. Davenport, L. J.
Winslow, T. C. Perry, W. F. Madre,
T. R. Ward, Dr. E. S. White, Jesse
Asbell and J. M. Copeland.
Surviving Mr. Chappell are his
widow, Mrs. Julia Ward Chappell,
one son, J. J. Chappell, of the Chap
pell Motor Co., of Hertford, and one
daughter, Mrs. T. G. Forbes, of Bel
videre. Ten grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren also survive.
Mr. Chappell was an outstanding
citizen of his community, and was
held in the highest esteem by a large
circle of friends. A large crowd of
friends from all sections of the coun
ty and from a distance attended the
The Perquimans High girls' basket
ball team played the Elizabeth City
Y. W. C. A. last Friday night in a
close and well-played game, the scofV
being 30 to 31 in favor of Elisabeth
It looks a3 though the girls - will
have a good team this year.
Ruth Nowell played a fitfgamgj
maKing several long snois irom cen
Miss Nancy Woods is coaching the
The Edenton High Eleven defeated
the New Bern team in Rocky Mount
last Friday in an elimination game,
the score being 7 to 0. Edenton
plays another elimination game Fri
day. This team has not been scored
on this season.
The Perquimans boys held their
first basketball practice; Monday
night Quite a few boys were but for
the first praectice. The boys hope to
ihave a good team this : season; tvrl
' !Hughes is coaching the teantv ;
; Let's pick an Ail-American. Send
Want the Best
In , , . .'" " '..... ;
i Send Your
; Garments to
lbs,, of American nitrate of soda.
' In addition to. being great corn
growers, the, Nichols are loyal 4-H
boosters - Quentin Nichols' father
and four uncles have been 4-H club
members and a nephew of his has
just become a member.
- Commenting on the award, C. O..
Atwater,, Manager of The Agricul
tural Development Bureau of The
Barrett Company said: 'The pur-
pose of our 4-H and F. F. A Con
tests Is to encourage better farm
ing. PraeUcally all of the 158 4-H
Corn Exhibits In North Carolina
this year belonged to boys who sad
been In our corn contest and it af
fords the Bureau a great deal, of
pleasure, to hare, on of theseboys
win the Sweepstakes." . v.
in your vote. The player receiving
the most votes will be given the. place
on the team.-. This list .will be com
pared with the All-American' teams
appearing" in' Colliers, Liberty and
the Literary Digest," ' -Let's have your
All-Antefican ' selection. :
T. N. GREGORY IMPROVING
. T. N. -'Gregory, who, for the past
year and a half has been confined to
his bed. most of the time, suffering
with rheumatism, has recently been
able to sit up a part of each day. -
Direct To Your
We deliver SINCLAIR Lubricants and
.Gasoline to your farm.
We offer SINCLAIR Opaline Motor Oil,
SINCLAIR Pennsylvania Motor Oil, SIN-"
CLAIR Tractor Oils, SINCLAIR Gasoline,
SINCLAIR Super-Flame Kerosene, SIN
CLAIR Cup and Axle Grease, priced riglitj
OESREASES, GASOLINE, liSoS&E
These Products Can Be Found at". . v Ti
Joe and Bill's Service Station
Elae c Iiairdl
IS STILL IN
AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGH
TAIffi ADVANTAGE OP THE BARGAIN
M.... .. .
- i ieara or oervicr " liuaijy
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The Rosa Powell Circle of the Mis. ?J
siopary Society of the Hertford Bap. J
tisf Church,. met on .Tuesday evening
at the home of Mrs. Charles Johnson, '
the program. ''yMs-:1MiXiP.
a. i a.. r . m ;ir : . -i a '
tuoa part; jju.m AOiiuuy 'iamertiir;py
.Tohnsnn. Mrs. H. T.; tomd:nttAi:-'toiaik:;r
After the business session and pro
gram a delightful social hour- was eri-',,;
joyed when a salad course was served.
The December meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. J. E. White, with
Mrs F. T. Johnson and Mrs'. R Aw
Sutton as hostesses.- ,
Those present included ; Mesdame.
E. A. Byrum, H. T. Bond, P. Boyce,
Geo. Chappell, Jesse Campen, Jie,?W
T. Elliott, Josiah Elliott, C. S. Elliott,
C. C. Fowler, S. C. Godwin, . E,
Hoffler, V. A. Holdren, Chas. Johnson,
F. T. Johnson, Tommy MUlerB. J.
Pennington, G. H. Parker, T.'-E1.
Raper, R; A. Sutton, Ben: Wood ahd
Miss Ruth Sutton. One visiiWMrsV
. , ,,, .; ' ';jr yS . .
, BREAKS ARM" AT PLAt:
Thomas, the young son of !Mr, and
Mrs. J, M. ne'etwood,Jbrokfi;:'h!' airn
while playing at the Hertfordrajnr
mar School last Tuesday.. '
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executor of thi -estate
of Henry Copeland, -deceased',
late of Perquimans Cbiraty, v Jforth
Carolina, this is to notify all person
having claims against the-estate of.
said deceased to exhibit them to" thi
undersigned at Tyner; K, C;t R. No.' .
on or before the . 22nd day Of Novem
ber; 1935,' or this noce; will bey,
pleaded" in bar of their: recovery. -,U.
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 22nd day of November I9S4v'N
Executor of Henry Copeland.
Is a Pleasure" '
Merci.anduse . ' KIgLt I