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i lz .v.wr.Y 14. 1
Trf- Moy4 Into Now How . Clyde McCallum. S. P. Jessup, J. hostesses to, the . covered dish
Mr. and Mrs. Thurmari Harrell H. Newbold,-J. R. Futrell and the supper and program ai me ior-
xommy ana xiuuuji,' jiuavcaa. xuc iiijn was1 Ft"c mer s nome, rieruuru nuuic
WiJsoa. Keire-h-'rphri nrv 70 nt 7 o'clock.
, j- -
t uuu suns, awimiiij. ,
! moved into their new home this, went to Mrs
week from Center Hill to Hert
ford Route I, next to the Pailen
. 3 Daughiex
Mrs. J., H. Newbold left this
week to visit Mrs. Edward .Grif
fin' and family at Long Island, N.
Y and Mr; and Mrs. t Philip
Brown at Lexington, Va.
merits were served.
mi TTTW1F' T 4- ...ill kaamaaii a 1 iect.
1 xne viw rosv m ounou
t s Whitp jr.. returnea to nis ... viw rinh
-. c ' ValCllilllc pcutjr afc , - ' '
home in,, Durham Tuesday after gay -night, February 15,
spending several days with jstartmg at 0 o'clock. The pub
mother, Mrs..T. S, White... lie is invited to attend. '
BPW CLUB HDLDS '
BUSINESS MEETING ,
Continued from Page 1
Sunday In Dunn
Mrs. Vera B. Batton and Julian
Returned Horn j ..Mrs. Vera B. Batton and Jul
Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Harrell iBi"oughton spent last Sunday
returned home Wednesday after ; Dunn wfth reiatives.
mo spvprnl davs in Wash-! - : v , .
ington, Di C, where Mr. Harrell ! From Norfoi)t
attended several business meet
Returned Horn '
;.MrsZack Robertson returned
home Saturday from the Chowan
Hospital and is getting along nice-
Week-end Her ',
Miw Dill Denton from Virginia
7 Beach, Va., spent the Week-end J
. with Mr- and Mrs. J. a. iiagiey
at Hotel Hertford. t
Returned from Hospital
C r. a fitenhens returned to his
home Friday from the Albemarle
Hospital where he spent several
Craton Stephens and son Rich
' ard of Garner spent the week-end
with C. G. ' Stephens and Mrs.
Tom Skipsey. -
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Reynolds
and children of Ndrfolk, Va.,
spent .Saturday , with relatives
here. ' ' . . .
' Sunday In Washington ,
T' .- j if.. A n 'Dnnnoe anrl
.' family spent Sunday in Washing
ton with relatives.
Sunday fn Norfolk -. . v
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Chesson and
T.uther Grev Chesson spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Chappell in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Garland Beddard and sons
are spending this week with rela
tives in Ayden and Mr. Beddard
is spending this week in Raleigh.
Carlton Davenport has accept
ed a position with the Corps of
Armv Eneineers at Wilmington
N. -C.. and with his wife and
' nstitw luill mnvf tit arifinilteton-
iHfm , V 7
Week-end Guestf ' '
f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan of
Leesburg, Va., spent the week
end with the Rev. and Mrs. Paul
In Obici Hospital
Seth Long, Jr., has been trans
ferred ,from the 'Albemarle Hos
pital to the Obici Hospital in Suf
folk, Va., for treatment.
Mrs. Richard Hoskins and chil
dren from Fort Bragg are spend
ing this week with Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Winslow. ; . , . 1
Week-end With Relatives
Mrs. Marion Swindell and chil
dren, Sharon and Larry, spent the
week-end with relatives at Roa
noke, Va.. '
In Indiana .
Mrs. Maude Godwin and,Mrs.
William Landing and daughter,
T.vnn lfft, Wednesday of this
week to visit Mrs, Godwin's 'son-
in-IaW and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
John Riley at Hammon, Indiana.
At Morehead City
Friday, the Rev. John Prior ana
the Rev. P. E. , Shultz join the
other clergy of the diocese of East
Carolina for a "Quiet Day" at
Morehead City in preparation for
the. Lenten season wnicn Degms
with Ash Wednesday of next
week. .. : "
Attending Medical Meeting t
, Dr.' and Mrs. C. A. Davenport
have returned home after spend
ing . several days in ' Durham
where they attended a Medical
Meeting. ' ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Butler and
son of Smithfield, Va., spent Fri
day with Mr. : and Mrs. George
Dr. Marcus J, Birrell, chairman
of the Inter-board Commission on
Christian "Vocations,. Tashyille,
Tenn., spent Tuesday night with
the Rev. and Mrs. James A. Au
mat ; ,On Wednesday J he j was
speaker at' the Elizabeth City Dis
trict Institute oh Christian' Voca
tions. r . j , ' :y 1
Visiting Friends and Relatives -
Mrs. T. S. Whitei Sr.. and Mrs.
W. H. Pitt, (Sr., Jeft Wednesday
to visit Mr.- and Mrs. Zack Toms
White in Boston, Mass. iOn their
return trip they will visit Dr. and
Mrs. J. A; C. Wadsworth in New
York City and Mrs. Nathan Toms
and Dr. and Mrs. William S. Sloan
in . Petersburg. Va. Mrs; White
will remain for several days in
Petersburg and Mrs. Pitt will re
i PROGRAM SPEAKER
; Miss Thelma Elliott, local schopl
principal will be guest speaker
at the Methodist Youth Fellow
ship, First Methodist . Church,
Hertford, Sunday at 6:30 P. M.
The theme is "Spotlight on
SERVICES CONTINUED r
The Episcopal Church of .Hert
ford- continues its mission witn
the Rev. John Prior of Windsor, 1
rector of St.. Thomas Church, as
special leader for the meetings.
Special singing opens the service
at 8:00 P. M..1 Thursday, teDru
ary 13, will be the closing ser
vice. Come and bring your
friends. The Vestry and rector
extend all a warm welcome.
t ' ROOK CLUB MEETS . '
m; Rnbv White entertained
fher Rook Club Friday night at
hoi Vtrvme ' On Church Street.
Thn! blaving were Mesdames
Julian White, J. E. Morris, G. R
Tucker, W. J. Davis, C. .T. Skin
r, n P Reed. Sr.. Carlton Can
J. H. Towe. The high
score prize went to Mrs. White
and floating prize was awarded
Mrs. Morris. A sweet course was
"served. 1 ' ' :.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
. .T T "Biseers was hos
tess to her. bridge club Tuesday
night at her home on Marnei
Sheet. Those playing were
Mesoames C. M.' Williford, T. U
Jessup, C. 1 R. Holmes, Corbin
Dozier, J. D. COston, Miss Mary
Sumner. Miss Ruby White and
the . hostess. ' The high score
n Mrs. Coston. A
sweet course was served.
'ENTERTAINS BRIDGE .CLUB
,., rharlos Whedbee enter-
tained her bridge club Tuesday .
night at her home on Church,
Street. c ' Those present were 1
N. Darden.: J. O. v
Felton, : Alice Baum, B. G.
Kooncew W. G, Wright, T. B.
Sumner ;and Miss .Thelma El
liott. , The high scor prize went
to Mrs. Wright. A sweet, course
was served by the hostess.
Miss Elliott, . Program , Chair
man, . announced ' her 'programs
for the year as" follows;- r ? "i
February Public Affairs Com
mittee. . 1 lt I . '
March International 1 Rela
April Health and Safety Com j
imittee, when an extensive safety
program will be conduqted itv all
the Perquimans County schools.
May Birthday Party, Club.
Woman of the Year honored and
officers .' installed ; when t special
guests-will be invited...- ujv
June1'- State Convention: in
lAsheville." - -'
Mrs. Haskett gave a detailed
rerxrt on 4 the Red . Cross or-.
ganizational meeting-, when she
represented the BPW Club. - ,
The members remembered Mrs.-
the (Chowan Hospital, with flow-,
ers and a card to Mrs. Emily T. I
Harrell, whose. husband has been!
' Mrs. Sallie McN. Lane and 1
Mrs. Mary Dale S. Lane "will be
At the conclusion of the meet
ing the hostess served fruit cake,
delicacies and coffee.
-' ;-j More. Troublesome '
"Every doe has its day," . a
novelist reminds us. This- does
SHIRTS THE WAY
YOU LIKE THEM!
"DRY CLEASIXG AT
; ITS "FINEST J
Complete Laundry and
.. : Dry Cleaning Service
Laundry & Cleaners
' - ' ' ' PHONE 2148
Edenton, N. C.
not tro-ble is r. fo r. h i
the fact that cats insist on hav
ing nights, i ; r
We work hand ..
hand with yof
doctor to ' guird
your good health
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' A U U K WW.-
tor " knows
"best'. . .,
' anl. w al-
" ; -ways ,H11
yfj , correctly. '
"ON THE. CORNER"
-' than lo
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insure! against' loss va: , .
BE SURE YOU'RE SECURE
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Protet your farm property
" and profits with adequal -ni
surance coverage. ' It (Mi
you little.. . . and n-.ay sava A
jron a lot! ' " ' '. , .
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i 'r For all type oj Jarm Av
- ''insurance Coverage '
see us!'. ? ' '
BilBSrS IIJSUCCt HGECCY
PHOxE 5601 -:- '; ' ' HERTFORD
TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
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I, mill 1... 11 i mi 1 111 inn 1 urrT"""""1 ' wLnnMii'ii..'di.ww t
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WSnsk : hannsn everv week at tJoionial
Stores, but this week, we're going to vacuum that red
carpet . . . brush up the welcome mat . . , polish the smile ,
eVen more. We're filling our shelves with' extra inviting
bargains too. f. so do come in. There's a super special
welcome wailing for you! v , '
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- ' BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. C. R. Holmes was hostess
to her bridge club Thursday
night at her home. Those play
ing were Mesdames C. A. Daven
port, H. A. Whitley, Trim Wilson,
In Portsmouth " j ' J ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Beers and
son. Mark, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. El-
I liott and daughter, Carlo, and
Nick Tsitso were in Portsmouth,
Sunday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Harreu. or Va( Sunday where they , toured
Edenton, accompanied by Mr. and I p. s. Lake Champlain and
Mrs. T. Ci. Howara, spent winaay Forrestal and later were dinner
in Mnrfnllr Vn viQitini Mr and . . . , j
in Norfolk, Va., visiting Mr
iMrs,. D. J. Jernigan
.: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dean of
Tarboro and Mrs. Kelly of Fort
' Worth. Texas, spent Saturday
' with Mr. and Mrs. T. G. How
r-. n if ..w m
this Valentine's Day
Your call is so appreciated, v
It shows how much you
really care. And best of all,
it let you lay exactly what
you want at the time you '
want to say it.- '
Se for yourself; thia .
. Valntitie' day. Service it
bo economical ... especially '
if vou chII after 6 p.m. or on
'.no Sunday before.
" rr.lFOLK & CAROLINA
. JOXE A TrLEGRAPB
t . s : t3-
guests of Lt. Tom Beers,, aboard I
tVio TTRS rhnmnlain
, to 'vftit our ' Store dut:
-ing'our sab.Aritf'Ireg- '
ister for a set of silver.
Sale Ends Feb. 28
W.M. Divers & Son
Hertford. N. C.
UIIdEI GOOD ONtV IM COtOHIAt STORti; ,v . noR j w-
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FRIDAY NIGHT-4:00 P. M.
SUNDAY ONLYt Frtruary 18 Show:15-4slS-S:00
, Ray Mill and and Anthony Quinn
"THE RIVER'S EDGE"
' MONDAY AND. TUESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE
- US BROWN
WEDNESDAY AKD TI5URJK5AY: Shows 7-9 P.4
corn At imv ppicpi paVkfd in rich syrup ' "
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GREEN' BEANS -1
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THRU SAT. NIGHTt 1
FEB. 12 IN LOCAL l 1
pNLY WE RE- j
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"A".iitJ INCPICTED 0S5SSC0-AN3 DE!AVj"3
SPECIAL LOW PRICE! BYRD'S TANGY
UPTON'S SOUP MIXES
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GREEN PEA SOUP. J 2 294
ONION SOUP, ' ; 2 .354
CHICKEN-NOODLE.; ' -414
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