North Carolina Newspapers

Mr. Louie Travis of Winston-Salem
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Travis.
Misses Katherine Weller and B. Mc
Coy of Norfolk are visiting Mrs. H.
£. Furgerson.
Mrs. Fra'ccs Lewis of Scotland
'Neck is visiting her mother, Mrs. An
rrie Hale.
Miss Bonnie Millikin, Susie Milli
Isin, Raymond Millikin and Ferrell
Millkin are spending a few days in
-Norfolk and Virginia Beach.
Mr. W. T. Eure and family spent
the week in Durham with Mr. Eure’s
Miss Clemie Read who has been a
patient in Park View Hospital, has
returned to her home.
Miss Laura Read and Mr. B. D.
Merchant of Chester, Pa., went to Bay
View Sunday.
Mr. D. Mac Johnson of Enfield was
.here Tuesday on business. |
Mr. Geo. Fountain of Tarboro was
here Tuesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Millikin have re
turned from a visit to High Point.
Mrs. Quintin Gregory and family
have returned from a visit to Reads
Misses Edna and Dorothy Campbell
have returned from a visit to Virgi
nia Beach.
A two weeks term of Superior
Court for trial of criminal cases will
Vegin Monday. August 11. with Judge
N. A. Sinclair presiding, at Halifax.
Mr. Pc race Jenning and wife of
Norfolk are vvJMng Mis. Annie d.
Mr. Leonidas Hux had a wreck with
••is motorcycle on the Weldon Road
tear Lakeside Filling Station Satur
lay. Mr. Hux received several cuts
ind bruises.
The public will be interested to
know that a cooling system has been
installed in the court room of the
Courthouse at Halifax.
Mrs. Fenner Sat ter* iM*-? of Kinston
is visiting Mrs. Annie B. Jennings.
Misses Be“!*ia ITj-ix. IVaine
Hux, Julia W i vi!, Vi*. W. V. War
ren and Mr. W. V. Wnm n ire spend
n their vacation in Canada.
Mr. R. H. Read attended a ball
game in Washington, D. C., last week.
Mr. Walter Allen of Weldon was
here Monday on business.
Mr. Wade H. Dickens of Scotland
Neck was here Monday on business.
Little Miss Alma Florine Gran
tham celebrated her fifth birthday at
the home of her parents. Rev. and
Mrs. V. H. Grantham on Roanoke Ave.
Friday afternoon from four to six
o’clock. Many interesting games and
contests were entered into heartily by
the children and they enjoyed a de
ligthful afternoon. Mrs. Mollie Har
dison, Mrs. 0. S. Boyd and Miss Mon Hardison assisted Mrs. Grantham
in entertaining and serving the lit
tle folks. Cream, cake, sandwiches
and lemonade were served as refresh
ments. Those present were Lois Finch
D. L. Finch, Erma Pridgen, Hazel
Pridgen, Margaret Boyd. Alton Bis
sett, Ray Rightmeyer, Jean Gibson
Marion Warren and Billie Boyd.
Mrs. Cooper Grizzard entertained
the Monday Night Bridge Club at hei
home on Monroe Street on August 4
Three tables were placed for play
ers in the living room and an inter
esting game was played. Mrs. Hugh
Camp was given a set of amber glass
ts as winner of high score. The
hostess served a salad course to the
following players, Mesdames Hugh
Camp, Allen Zollicoffer, Howard
Pruden, Julian Allsbrook, George
Hayes, J. W. Ross, Alfred Martin, and
Miss Margaret Clark. Guests Mrs.
Frank Miller, Mrs. Octavus Griffin,
Miss Ann Coleman and Miss Mar
jorie Cannon.
Mrs. T. R. Manning and Mrs. C. A.
Wyche returned Friday from a mo
tor trip through the valley of Vir
ginia. Miss Susan Holiday stopped
in Gordonsville, Va., and will spend
some time with her sister.
Mr. M. R. Vick left Monday for a
visit to relatives in Seaboard and
Margaretsville, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox returned
Saturday from a motor trip to Ashe
ville and other points in Western
North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Shell and Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Shell spent Tuesday
at Virginia Bench.
Mr. and Mrs. Seabrook Jones spent
the week-en 1 In Sanford, N. C.
Miss Jean Hewitt who has been
spending some time as the guest of
her sister Mrs. Alfred Martin, left
last week for a visit to her mother,
in Western North Carolina. Miss
Hewitt will leave the last of August
lor Cuba where she has accept" 1 a
position to teach this winter.
Mr. Ellis Joyner spent the week
end here with his family.
Mrs. Sam Patterson and Miss Mary
Patterson spent several days here last
' •eek as the guests of Mrs. Job Tay
Mr. R. C. King Tells a Wonderful
Story About Rats. Read It.
“For months my place was alive
with rats. Losing chickens, eggs,
feed. Friend told me to try RAT
SNAP. I did. Somewhat disappointed
at first, not seeing many dead rats,
but in a few days didn't see a live
one. What were not kiHed are not
around my place. RAT-SNAP sure
does the trick.” Three sizes, 35c, 65c,
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Roa
noke Hardware Co., Rosemary, N. C.;
Roanoke Pharmacy, Roanoke Rapids,
N. C.
Icyjofe y at S i '
Friday SPECIALS Saturday
You Buy the BEST The Market I
Affords At
FLOUR .. 85c
FI OUR — £OOD S£LF r!sing
MEAT . 22c
MALT EXTRACT ~ "S* cA”1 63c
j Four Founds . — 25c
MEAT^oPouX_ 25c
HAM — BARBECUE — Nice for Sandwiches 60c
RELISH _dS?wj„ .. 18 c
MAYONNAISE ~ ‘ffg, ~18Z
Fresh Vegetables
Butter Beans, Snaps,
Green Peas, Com, To
matoes, Celery, Lettuce.
4 lbs. 25c
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B * Roanoke Rapids, N. C. |
%r< -*■_ c« a.“S8Mb ' — ■ J
Mrs. Wm. Jackson nad duaghter,
Polly, have returned from Elizabeth
'•ity, where they spent some time.
Miss Becky Bounds has returned
:rom a visit to relatives in Suffolk,
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Grizzard and
■on spent Sunday at Ocean View.
Mrs. Frank Williams has returned
from a trip to New York.
Mrs. Claude Edgerton left Sunday
for Christianburg, Ya.. to visit Mrs.
David Traynham.
Mrs. Clraence Grimmer left Sun
day for Groton, Conn., to visit her
Miss Ruth Transou returned Tues
day from a visit to relatives in Be
tnonia, N. C.
Mr. Robert Vick spent last week
in Charlotte.
Miss Maggie McMillan of Spartan
brug, S. C., is visiting friends and re
latives at Rosemary.
Mr. Ben Martin of Henderson and
Miss Marie Ross of Littleton spent
Monday visiting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Vick.
Mrs. S. H. Jordan and children,
Ophelia, Harrison, Jr., and Carl Ed
ward of Graham are spending some
time here with Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Mr. Marion Chambliss has return
ed from White Plains, Ya., where he
has been visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. Russell Pearce spent several
days last week at Colerain.
Misses Dorothy Maurill and Naomi
Merritt and Messrs Aubrey Whitley i
and Joe Maurill spent last week in i
Miss Margaret Weaver of Triplett, !
Ya., is spending some time as the
guest of Miss Mi*dreu Tudor. *
Mrs. W. j. Chambliss vHted re
latives anJ friends in Law renceville,
Va., last week.
Miss Carrie Pearce spent a few
days last week in Coleruin with re
Mr. S. H. Jordan of C-aham, N. C.,
spent the week-end with Mr. M. D.
Messrs Phillip Newton and Robe.'t
Leigh are spending the vtek at Vir
ginia Bearh.
dr. Wihicnr Brown l as returned
i’rom Scotland Neck where he spent
t> o weeks with his ; urt, Mrs. Akers.
Mr. W. V. Wood -.iff is rj ending th?
wetk at Ocoan V..• •'
Nine-Tenth$ Preventable
Nine-tenths of all the diseases of the
American people can be traced directly
to constipation, doctors say. Constipa
tion throws fctto the system poisons
which taint and weaken every organ
of the body and makw them easy
victims for any germs which attack
them. Prevent constipation and you
will avoid nine-tenths of all diseases,
with their consequent pain and fi
nancial losses. Herbine, the good old
vegetable cathartic, will prevent con
stipation in a natural, easy and
pleasant way. Get a bottla today from
Taylor’s Drug Store, Rosemary, N. C.
Misses Margaret ani 0‘tley Cran
k-ell are visiting friends and relatives
n Hopewell this wsik.
Mr. R. M. Po.v .1 -1 r* >boro spent
a>t Sunday here with bin family.
Misses Gladys and Neilie Morris,
ludrey Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
farvis and Mrs. B. O. Cooper spent
Sunday at Tuscarora Beach.
Miss Minnie Johnson has returned
Yom a vacation trip to Western North
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Connor of
Ebony, Va., are spending some time
with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lynch.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Williams and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cleaton returned
Monday from a week’s trip through
the Valley of Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gofort of Spar
tanburg, S. C., are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. L. S. Cannon and Mr. and Mrs.
VV. O. Th/nopson.
“ Stockings Appeal ”
Wrong Side Out Is
Upside Right So Far as
Hosiery Fashions.
Wear ,
Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Messrs William Manning, Ned Man.
ning and Mac McGee are spending the
week at Nag’s Head.
Homelike Hotels of
Kitchenette Apartments
and suites of Parlor, Bed
room and bath, $5 to %7.
Single Room with Bath,
$3 to $4. Double Room
with Bath $4 to $6.
The smart way’s the Suite
way. Weekly or monthly
rates if desired.
Buffalo — Philadelphia
Washington Pittsburgh
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at no extra cost
Chevrolet again adds extra value to the Chev
rolet Six! Those who prefer may now have
any passenger model equipped with beautiful
de luxe wire wheels—or no additional cost!
Designed especially for Chevrolet, these wheels
incorporate many Important features that
have won favor on cars much higher in price.
The ornamental hub caps are unusually
large, and are finished in sparkling chromium
plate. The bolts that hold the wheel in place
are located inside the hub-thus assuring a
smarter, more clean-cut appearance. The
spokes are short and sturdy—the wheel con
struction is extremely rugged. Moreover,
there Is an unusually large number oj spoke*
—for extra strength and durability!
A variety of attractive
new colors
In addition to this de luxe wire wheel equip*
ment, Chevrolet now makes available a wide
choice of new color combinations on all models
—colors that are rich and distinctive.
You are Invited to come ln-«NOW-and
attend the first showing of six-cylinder
Chevrolet models with these striking new
colors and wire wheels.
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