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Frm Saint Mary's '
f Miss Marjorie Brinn and Miss
' I C. - ? T 01 w t.
College in Raleigh ' are spending
the Thanksgiving holidays with
their parents. .
1 'as Joan Madre from Meredith
r is spending Hie holidays
u4 her, parents, Mr. and Mrs
V." ner Madre, --v.,,, . .
i i . . few'.'
F- . w
I" Wake Forest
j t rul. Mathews from Wake For
1 1 College ia- spending the holi
ij $ with Us mother, Mrs, Matt
1 1 '' "f. ' !.',' . v
X Morris, Henry C. Stokes,
t.l and Max Campbell attended
the, Duke-Wake Forest football
game Saturday. 5 " '
From Chapel Rill
Miss Jo . Pat Stokes and Miss-J
Clay' Stokes spent Tuesday night
aj Chapel Hill with their sister,
Miom Julia Ann SfMroa ' "Tnv VTAMk
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acc6mpftnied hom Wednesday by
Miss Julia Ann 1 Stokes and Miss
Peggy : Smith of Baltimore, Md.,
both students at the University of
North Carolina, who will spend the
holidays here. ,
Front Norfolk '
. Mrs. Thomas Wilcox of Norfolk,
Vs., spent several daya last week
witp Miss Mae Wood WInslow and
Mrs. W. H. Hudson.
'Miss Barbara Edwards and Miss
Barbara 'Ann Avard of Atlanta,
Ca.j both students at Wake Forest,
are'epending' the holidays with Mr.
andlMrs." A. HL Edwards. ' '.-
Returned Horn',' s
Mr. and Mrs,. E. E. Payne have
; returned home after, visiting rela
tive in Raleigh and Charlotte.
.tway V ; V !;!--From
Miss Joanna " WOliford, ' Miss
Peggy, Harrell, Miss Mary Ann
Harris and Ray Lane from East
Carolina! 'Teachers1.' College in
Greenville, Ihave arrived home to
spend the holidays with their par-i
eats. ' V ,'- 'I r :
From State College '
John Holmes, Corbln Dozier and
Aubrey Davis, students at State
College In Raleigh, hare arrived
home to spend the Thanksgiving
holidays with their parents.
Attended Game r '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Biggers at
tended the Duke-Wake Forest foot
ball game Saturday and spent Sat
urday night and Sunday at Pine
hurst with Mrs.; W. H. Cole. 7 ;
From Chapel Hill 1
Miss Mable Martin Whedbee and
J. E. Winsaow, Jr.,! from the Uni
versity of North 'Carolina are
spending the holidays with their
parents. -: . . v. .., ,
From Greensboro - '
Misses Billie Carol Diversl Sue
Perry White, Alice Jean Jackson
and Ann Burke Chappell, students
at Woman's College in Greensboro,
are spending the holidays with
their1 parents.. ' '
From Durham . .
Alfred Williams from Durham
spent the week-end, with Mr. and
Jtfrs: SimonKulenberg. "
From Durham "
John Morris and Tommy Sum
ner from Duke University ar
spending the holidays with their
Week-end Guests "
TJ S.' White, Jr, Jack McGurk
and Bnrt Hayward of Durham
spent the week-end with Mrs. T. 3.
White, Sr. ' ' !)
Attend Reunion i
Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Jarvis Ward, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. 'Yeans and children
will attend, the Dassiter reunion
Thanksgiving Day, Thursday! at
the home of Mr and. Mrs. J. L.
Lassiter at Corapeake.' '
': Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Berry, Jr.,
of Decateur, Ga will arrive Thurs
day to spend the week-end witji
Mr. and. Mrs.' B. C. Berry. '
From V. E. S.
' Cliff Towe Jfrom V. E. S. in
Lynchburg, Va will spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Towe. - - - '
In Raleigh v
Mrs. Isa Tucker is spending the'
Thanksgiving . holidays with her
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Tucker, in
Raleigh. ' " ' i
From Raleigh " x
. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jarvis and
family from Raleigh ' spent tJ-.c
Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Jarvis. K
Sunday In Nerfolk"
Mr. and Mrs. "V."N. Darden spent
Sunday, ffT Norfolk,, Va.,: as the
guesTs a Mr." and Mrs. Frank Bur-
- ... ...;(. , ,.
From Rocky .Mount
- Mr. and r? 'R. C Glover aii
daughter' from? Rocky Mount,'spent
the, weekenft ' WithMrs." Anse
From Portsmouth - f(. .
Mr. and Mrs. -.Vincent Hill and
family - of Portsmouth, Van will
spend Thanksgiving Day with Mrs.
Returned' Home "' ' ' ' T.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G, Howard spent
tne : weeK-ena witn Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Tyson at Oak City and Mr.
and: Mrs! Harvey Edmondson at
Tarboro. j , '' i
From Norfolk ... "
Mr. and Mrs. John Broughton,
Jr and family from Norfolk, VaJ
spent Sunday with 'Mr and Mrs.
Nathan Relfe. , . 1
Thursday Guests ' ' , . i
and Mrs. Braxton Dawson 1 and
family of Elizabeth City will spend
Thanksgiving Day with Mrs; Thorn!:
a Nixon and Mr.-and Mrs: Walter
. WIN! MUJ V tVII VI 'A IJIIIVUWI
Lloyd Hortonr Jr., a student at
E. S.,f in Lynchburg.'Vaahd r
Thanksgiving With Parents
Mrs. J. D. .CoBton wiU. spend the
Thanksgiving holidays with . her ,
orrA Un, P I! Hf !
)"Mr, and Mrs"' Ab Williams and
daughter left Wednesday to spend
the holidays with relatives at Caro
lina Beach, f . ' K
Fwm St. Pauls - -
Miss Gladys Eelton. from St
Pauls arflveq Wednesday to spend
the holidays with' Mr. and Mrs. Hi
Moved To Hotel Hertford .
J Mr. and Mrs. W, Ev White mov-
ed to the Hotel Hertford Wednes
day where they will spend several
'Attended Game ' ' v ' -
Mr. and Mrsr T. B. Sumner: and
Mr. and Mrs.' J;R. Futrell attend
ed the Duke-Wake Forest football
game Saturday in Durham; !. -t-!.
Thursday In'New Brn ? -J- ;.-.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Woodard and
family will ! spend i Thanksgiving
Day in New Bern with Mrs. Wood
ard'g father. ' - ' ' , .
J ; Mr. and Mrs. .William Rector,-of
Washington, D. C spent the week:
I end with Mrs... Rosa, WaJdron and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Newbold. .' ...
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.From Newport News. 1 .
; : Mr. and Mrs. .Dozier Sutton and
children of NewDort News. Vai.
spent the' week-end 'with Mram)
mn, x, jc, nit per. r ; -i
i wiira in iionoiic ..-. ' , .. . !
Mrs. Tom Skipsey and daughter L " vr ' V .TT.
Bea spent several days last Week nm-wunoia,- vaHi ,n,oicii i,isi vfd
172 ly Tour During i;::ds
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Cement Pipe' .
Asbestos. Siding . .. .
Asphalt Roofing .
5-V Galvanized Roofing ,
jfjalvanized Roll Roofing
6, 7 8 and 9 Feet
Glidden Paints -Marsh
Plywood (all sizes)' i
Armstrong Ceiling: Tile
American Standard & Elger
Plumbing Fixtures - Supplies
Electric Water Pumps . ' . J
Galvanized Gutters -0.
G. and'iS Round Roll
Plumbing: & Building Supply Company
PHONE 5401 ' HERTFORD, N. C.
with Mr. and Mrs. Grayson tnman
in Norfolk,'Va. ' - -
Visited In Columbia
. Mr. and. MrsW. E. White visit
ed Mr. and Mrs S. F. . Pollard at
ii i) ;: ,'i
From Durham ' 1 ,
Miss Patricia Biggers and Miss
Eileen Halestudents at Duke Uni
versity, spent the hoJidays with
Miss" Biggers' parents,' Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Biggers."' '', '
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SHELLEY WINTERS WAYNE MORRIS .
'Wight ofthe "jJonesome Trail"
Hunter King Carnival No. 6
Saowg 2d5-4:15-:15 P. M. - " ShWs S:15-7-9 P. M.
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: Second Feature
luTt OtCEY Hunt HALL
I . i ft' fnwery Bov
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From New York :
Bob Johnson from New York
City wif spendthe week-end with
Mr; and Mrs. C. R. Etblmes fend
Mies ICatherine Ann Holmes'.''' : '
Thursday At Jsrvismirg v
Mr. and Mrs. C T. Skinner, Mr.
and MR Oscar Newbold and Mrs.
Rosa Waldron spent Thattksgivirig
Day with Mr. and Mrs.' C. 'W.
Wright at Jarvisbura;. "'
Attended Funeral -
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jarvis, Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Skinner and Mrs.
Oscar Newbold attended tiie fun
eral of Claude Withrows mother,
Mrs. C. W Harrison In Norfolk on
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. ' Mrs. L. N. Hollowell is confined
E."A. Byrum.' . ; to her home because of illness."1" i.
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