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' Mr. and Mrs. Roger Teal and Mis.
Noah Winslow visited the Louis Winat
law family Friday, P. M.
- Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Tliurman Riddick were, Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks Lewis and two children of
Pokonoke, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
Matter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Porter of Norfolk, Va. '
Mr. and Mrs. David White of
Greensboro were recent guests of Mrs.
Jwsiah White and daughter. 1
Week-end visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Winsiow included Mrs. R.
M. White and two children of NorV
folk, Va., Mrs. A. E. Lane -of Hert
ford and Mrs. J. E. Lame of Tyner.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. ChappeU, Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Chappell and daugh
ter,' Mrs. , Purvis Chanpell and Mrs.
Minnie Rountree were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.-H. Chap
ped ' ' - t
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Blanchard and
son, Paul of Hobbsville, and Mrs. L.
R. Ward, Miss .. Thelma, Ward and
Ralph Ward of Ryland were recent
vieitors with the N. W. Chappell
family. ' . '
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Young and
three sons, Krs. - Hart!- Young of
Elizabeth City visited Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Copeland Thursday.
.; Misg Lois Faye- Benton of (Hert-
ford spent ' Thursday with Mr.
and' Mrs.' T. C. Perry and family. .
Burton E. Meyers of Wilmington,
spent the week-end.with lua Mother,
Mrs. W. T. Smith and Mr, Smith.
, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sawyer of Eliza
beth .City spent Thanksgiving Holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Chap
pail and family. -
1 Miss Katherine White of Richmond,
Va., spent the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. - Tom Riddick. , f ' -
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HERTFORD, N. C
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sammle
Riddick on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Bonnie Burnham and feoa, Claude and
Mrs, Wade Powell of .South .. Mills,
Mr. Ernest Winslow of Chuchatuck,
Vn., Mr. Arthur Chappell of Ports
mouth, Va, and Mrs. Delphina Wins
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Winslow and
sor.Sj Harold T. and Randy of Rocky
Mount visited Mrs. Delphina Winslow
Sunday, ' Other visitor were: Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Winslow and daugh
ters. Emily and. Betty, Mr. and Mrs.
Sammie Winslow of Elizabeth City,
Mr. and Mrs. ; Duane McBridei of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin White and
children and Miss Frankie Barker of
Wiufall, Mrs. Claude White and chil
dren, Emily and C. D. and Mrs. Jack
Rasco were recent visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Dempsey Winslow and Mrs. Del
phina Winslow. : -
Mrs. Sarah ' Davis is improving
from her recent , illness.
. , r CXZD C? TZ.tr . J
t wish to express my1 thanks to
friends and neighbors for the many
get-well wishes, cards and flowers
sent me while I was a patient in the
hospital. L 1
MRS. E. Y. BERRY. -
FOR SALE ONE BLACK SHEP-
herd dog. Cheap. See Marshall
Winslow, Route 2, Hertford, NVC
LOST f MAN'S OVERCOAT, LEFT
:. in car at ' Methodist Church last
Sunday night Throusrh error, a
boy's coat was placed in same car
and man's coat taken. Wall per
son please contact me for proper
excnange of coats. W. D. Lano
: wg$. 'Hertford; N. C. l ' - It
NOTICE I HAVE A" COMPLETE
line. of chdMren'8 clothing; - men's
shirts and dungarees; Christmas
, : cards suid novelty articles that
. . make fine gifts. , See me for your
neeas., airs. Kenton White,- near
- Winfall,N. C- It
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wood of Nor
folk spent Thanksgiving with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.: W. W. Lewis.
Mrs. Jack Trueblood and son Jack,
Jr., of South Norfolk, were the week
end guests of her mother, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Maryland Boyce and
family spent Sunday with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patrick and
family of Roper spent Thanksgiving
day with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lewis.
Mrs. W. H. Elliott visited friends
at Burgess on Sunday 1
Mr. and Mrs. George r Whitehead
and family of Sanford spent Thanks
giving with hi3 sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson.
Mrs. J. C. Wilson is still ia the Al
bemarle Hospital, but is improving
after an operation. , ::; r-
Miss Louise Wilson of Chowan
spent several days at home- hist
Bob Layden of Louisburg College
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins of Ro
anoke, Va., spent last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Winston Lane. i
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fletcher of
Hyatteviille, Md., spent Thanksgiving
with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Basnight
Mrs. Eloise Britt of Chapel Hill and
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Mathews and
family were dinner guests of Mr. and
M-s. Howard Mathews Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Spruill of Deep
Creek, Va., called on Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Basnight Thursday afternoon. ;:
Mennis Copeland has returned to
Boston after spending two weeks
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
' Having- qualified as Executor of the
estate of E. B. Layden, deceased, late
of Perquimans County, North Caro
lina, this Is to notify all persojis hav
ing claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the un
dersigned at Route 8, Hertford, H, C,
oa or before the 28th day of Novem
ber, 1950, or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery. . All per
sons indebted to , said estate will
please make immediate payment
This 28th day of November, 1949.
R. L. LAYDEN, -Executor
of E. B. Layden.
dec2,9,16,23,80Jantf ' -
ca:sh specials at
773 r jrr
Z. A) HARRL
m FTJDAY O: SATUfM
SKINLESS FRANKS, pound
SMOKED SAUSAGE, pound J.,...!.
COUNTRY SAUSAGE, pound Zi
PORK LIVER, pound lj. .
LEAN PORK CHOPS, pound .. .
BREAKFAST BACON, pound '.: :....::.....39c
"SLICED TENDERIZED HAM, pound
BONELESS 1 CHUCK, pound ..'I.......'..:. 1:. 59c
WESTERN ROUND STEAK, pound' . ,.jc.
WESTERN T-BONE STEAK, pound .: 1
WESTERN SIRLOIN STEAK, pound ;.ir.:(j,
CORNED HAMS (Local) pound ..l.;..,:...
;PURE LARD, pound .'. L
'WISCONSIN CHEESE, No. 1, pound -55c
DRESSED AND DRAWN FRYERS, pound 57c
DRESSED AND DRAWN HENS, pound 55c
.'PORK BRAINS, pound 35c
CANNED GOODS SPECIAL
PINK SALMON, can '. 39c
: CORNED BEEF, can ...;
FRANCO-AMERICAN SPApHETTI, can 15c
CUSTOM HOUSE HERRING ROE, is-oz. can J&fc
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, No. j can -. . 31c
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CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere ttianks
for the many remembrances and
kindness shown me while in the hos
pital and during my convalescence.
CMIE UN and HMEAK
1 Ik MliJ'
... UHfiglit inside our Store
THat Talks! ,
Sri yi .
1 v j
This year select gifts for the
wfcole family . . , practical gifts'
that will give years ' of luxury-;
service. -1 , "H"
SEE OUK STUCK. UF
ELECTRICAL GIFTS . m
LARGE AND SMALL -
Water Heaters, ,
Electric Water Pumps
Electric Roasters Radios
Electric Toasters Irons;
Hot Plates Waffle Makers
. Automatic Toasters
Mix Masters (
GIFTS FOR THE SPORTSMAN
r ft r t 1 ' J" v i.
Hunting Coats and Pants
Hunting Cap. and Bect3 ,j
Guns Rifles Air.Kiur.ition
w -pv i i f i'Jf ' - 1 - n ( 'y p
z . - - v
And ftiny other items that
flnv TrrtTi v-ill s,n?'rofi" rrrl
We, have everything the kid
dies want for Christmas, , in- v j!:
eluding: V; : ' , . v . U
Bicycles for Boys and Girls
, , Tricycles in all sizes ;
Wagons 4-r Scooters Skater
! rAir Rifles and Shot : :: ,
Toy Ranges Electric Trains
Target Masters - Erector Sets
C. .crs " Gaiaies
" And hundreds of other items
too numerous to mention. Corns
1 . ,-V s-."