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A Sunday School Christmas tree
and program will be held at Yeopim
F Church Sunday evening, Dec. 23rd, at
jfg 7:3ft o'clock. The public is cordially
Howard Gray and son, Jack,
- spent Saturday night and Sunday as
# the guests of her sister, Mrs. Albert
Miss Helen Goodwin, a£ Edenton,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goodwin.
Mn and Mrs. J. A. Webb, Sr., spent
Thursday in Norfolk, Va., shopping.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Kirby
a son on Dec. 17. Mother and baby
are getting on nicely.
Mrs. Walter Davenport is spending
a few days in Bethel with her father,
Mr. J. H. Mansfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Copeland spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. W. JJ.
jr Munden, near Hertford.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Jethro were
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
James Davenport left Monday for
_ Suffolk, Va., to spend a few days
J 0 with his uncle, Jim Davenport, who
continues very ill.
Miss Mamie Chesson spent the
week-end with Miss Fannie Gray.
Kenneth Jordan, Luther Barring
ton, Herbert Gray and Earl Daven
port spent Sunday in Norfolk, Va.,
(Jarlyle Webb has returned home to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
L Webb, Sr.
K ■ Eugene Baker and mother, Mrs. J.
M. Baker, called to see Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Brabble Friday night.
Mary Harrell, of the Elmo
B school faculty, spent the week-end as
■ the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Harrell.
Antone and Earl Davenport spent
Hi \ Tuesday in Suffolk, Va., visiting rela-
W. E. Jordan 3pent Friday in
| Washington on business,
i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris spent
[ Sunday in’Edenton visiting friends,
fc- Miss Clara Copeland spent Friday
and Saturday nights with Miss Nancy
HR , Miss Frances Hollowell, of Eden
- spent Sunday with her aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker, of North
RHRKdenton, called to see Mr. and Mrs.
lißfZan Baker Sunday night.
Miss Nancy Davenport spent Fri
■ day with Mrs. Roscoe Kirby.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harris and child
ren called to see Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Brabble Sunday night.
Plfef RYLAND I
i| v I. /
F Mack Crump, accompanied by some
K, of his young friends, of Chuckatuck,
R Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parks
R Sunday afternoon.
Carson Davis, Mrs. Roy Parks and
■K Mi3s Gertrude Jackson were in Suf
folk, Va., Saturday on business.
Herbert Lane, Foy Ward, G. A.
RHAtitoyce, Locke Baker and Johnnie
l|||||Rhappell have returned from Florida.
brought back truck loads of
.*'/ Rrus fruit for the holiday trade.
HUH Evelyn Jordan visited Miss
Ward Thursday afternoon.
Julia Boyce was the guest of
HHHBJUHarriett Parks Thursday ewn-
Noah Jordan and son, Eugene,
Saturday afternoon with Mrs.
■H. I. Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ward and Mrs.
Harriett Parks visited Mr. and Mrs.
HR} Tom Parks, in Rocky Hock Sunday
iffHp afternoon. Mrs. Parks is quite ill.
HR. Mrs. H. N. Ward has gone to Eden-
K ton to spend the rest of the winter
With her son and daughter-in-law,
and Mrs. Ernest Ward.
H Norfleet Eason, who is attending
in Oglethorpe, Ga., is with his
RjWents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Eason,
and Mrs. George Byrum and
\jpre in Edenton Saturday
Byrum, a student at Wake
College, is the guest of his
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Byrum,
:A‘w , Mrs. Herbert Copeland and
visited in Edenton Sunday.
Jordan spent a few days
liiipyilßsek with his brother, McEhrie
: ' B, and Mrs. Jordan, near Poplar
T. J. Hoskins, Jr., and sons,
|pl||B|B*and Richard, of Edenton, were
llfllllpjia guests of her mother, Mrs. H. N.
a short while Saturday morn-
B^n^ ( '
Ward and sons, Leslie and
||S.jlMßudolph Ward, and friends of Ports
||!|Unouth, Va., were in the community
iMr. and Mrs. R. S. Ward and little
Lelia Faye, Mr 3. Harriett
BltUkß and Miss Mary Lee Davis
Tuesday and Wednesday help
"■ Bit Mr. and Mrs. Joe Byrum, of Can-
Ferry kill hogs. Mr. Byrum had
Iffjgjlrop* hog that weighed over 400 lbs.
‘ *, feMri 1 and Mrs. Frank Hughes and
" little son spent Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Mark Bunch and
Belle Harrell spent Sunday after-1
neon with Mr. George Bunch and
' Mrs. Roxi. Nixon and daughter,
Bessie, were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Eraeet Goodwin Sunday.
Misses Eva Pearl and Mildred
Nixon, Elisabeth and Jessie Lee
Smith spent Sunday afternoon with
Misses Evelyn and Lessie Bunch.
Miss Lillian Turner has returned
to her home near Center Hill to spend
the Christmas holidays with her
Mrs. Levy Nixon spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mra.
W. A. Bass.
Misses Evelyn, Lessie and May
belle Bunch and Paul Bunch called to
see Miss Essie Belle Harrell Satur
| ADVANCE |
Mr. and Mrs. John Waff, Sr., and
son, Ernest Waff, were called to
Norfolk, Va., Friday because of the
serious illness of Mrs. Waffs sister.
Miss Mattie Morgan called on her
sister, Mrs. C. W. Perry, Friday af
Mrs. Lulie Belch, Misses Joh*netta
Belch and Louise Ward, of Colerain,
spent Thursday with Mrs. Belch's
sister, Mrs. Allie Jones and Miss
Mrs. Quinton Bass and daughter,
Lillian, Misses Dorothy Saunders and
Minnie Bass and Mr. Reuben Bass
were in Suffolk, Va., Thursday shop
Mrs. John Waff, Jr., called on
Mrs. J. L. Bass a short while Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. Bass has been
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Stallings, Mrs.
Pallie Stallings and daughter, Vir
ginia, from near Hertford, spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Eva Nixon was the supper
guest of Miss Mattie Morgan Sunday
Miss Dorothy Saunders spent the
week-end with Miss Minnie Bass.
Messrs. Louis Britt and Ralph
Smithwick, from Bertie County, call
ed on Misses Minnie Bass and Pattie
Sitterson Saturday night.
Milton Evans and Lloyd Peele
were the guests of friends in Cow
pen Neck Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morgan and
family called on Mr. and Mrs. John
Waff, Jr., Saturday night.
| ROCKY HOCK J
Mr. and Mrs. John Parrish and
sons, of Portsmouth, Va., were the
week-end guests of Mrs. Ellen
Mr. and Mrs. Dallie White, of Cow
pen Neck, spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parrish.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hollowell, Jr.,
have moved to Edenton to their new
home on Oakum Street.
Miss Peanie Stallings, from near
Hertford, spent the week-end with
Misses Mary Elizabeth and Lillie
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bunch, from
the Gum Pond section, have moved
in the home recently vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Hollowell, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harrell and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mr 3. I. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Hollowell and
son, Edgar Earl, of Cross Roads,
PROGRAM COMING WEEK
Sunday, Dec. 23
EDENTON, N. C.
Today and Friday, Dec. 20-21
“Now and Forever”
Saturday, Dec. 22
Big Boy Williams
(A New Westerner)
“Thunder Over Texas”
Sunday Midnight Dec. 23
Monday; Dec. 24
Christmaa, Tuesday, Dec. 25
“Pursuit of Happiness”
We4£*>day, Dec. 26
Edward G. Robinson
“The Man With Two
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, N. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1934.
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. Leary, Sr., for a few days last
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Ashley and
little son, Thurman, spent Saturday
in Suffolk, Va., shopping.
Mrs. John Hollowell and Miss
Louise Bunch spent a few days last
week in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Harrell spent
Saturday afternoon Ja Elizabeth
Miss Kate Leary was the guest of
Miss Hilda Boyce, of Center Hill, on
Mrs. W. F. Cale and Rev. Frank
Cale, of Center Hill, spent Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Leary.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrell and two
daughters, Emma and Ellenor, spent
Saturday afternoon in Elizabeth City.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Leary, Sr., and
son, Stillman, visited Mrs. Annie
Leary, in Edenton, Monday evening.
Members of the Warwick W. M. U.
observed last week as a week of
prayer. Meetings were held in the
home of the various members. Very
interest'ng programs were given and
the meetings were enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe White and son,
Robert, spent Sunday with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ward, of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Spivey spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Irvin
Kelly, of Hobbsville.
Miss Evelyn Parrish, of Rocky
I MERRY CHRISTMAS AND %
| HAPPY NEW YEAR TO OUR |
| FRIENDS AND PATRONS §
| SPECIAL I
1 XMAS VALUES! i
: f 975 new Men’s and Young '»
• Men’s Suits, all wool and hard $
i : finish, all styles— Ji
j $15.95 3
l Regular §21.50 Value $
[ Check these gifts for “Him” $
r over on your last minute list: 5
! | |
= 9 Shirts ■
95c to $1.95 j
[ ■ Ties 'j
29c to SI.OO
! I | Pajamas ’
$1.19 to $1.98
; ■ Trench Coats, always popular j
: $3.89 i
• ■ Hats j
| $1.95 to $3.95 i
g ■ Zipper Jackets (for men and ’
z boys) blues and tans —
$2.45 to $3.95
■ Overcoats, new styles—
s9.9s to $16.95
19 Boys’ and Men’a suede leath- i
er Zipper Jackets. ;
25c to 50c
9 Handkerchiefs, linen in new 3
19c to 49c each
9 Dressing Robes, silk and S
flannel styles— 1
$3.95 to $7.50
GIFT BOXES FREE J
“Remember, if his gift is ]
from GANDERSON’S it is sure 1
to please.” 1
S. GANDERSON f
& SONS I
“The Gift Shop For HIS Gift" 3
Hock, returned home Sunday after
noon after spending last week with
her sister, Mrs. I. D. Spivey.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chappell spent
Sunday in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Spivey and lit
tle daughter, Jean, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. Hofler, of Water Swamp. \
Mrs. L. N. Umphlett and daughter,
Miss Marie, called on Mrs. I. D.
Spivey Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Willie Briggs entertained com
pany Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Spivey, Mrs.
Willie Briggs and Mrs. L. C.
Briggs spent Monday afternoon in
Suffolk, Va., shopping.
Clinton Stallings made a business
trip to Suffolk, Va., Monday morn
Mrs. Hub Perry called to see her
mother, Mrs. Sue White, Saturday
\ OAK GROVE }
Mrs. Jesse Nixon has returned
to her home after visiting her son and
daughter in Newport News, Va., for
the past two weeks.
Miss Louise Nixon, Mr. Bristow
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. John Perry and
i si I
*: . ... >:
j* Cans for j||i»jf||
137 c m
Figs and Dates „
Ji 3 pkgs.-- - ---
Cranberry Sauce *7*2 ~
2 cans ...
■<*l Cocktail Cherries _
X Bottle .... “vC
3 No. 2 cans
.wr, 11 11
Irish Potatoes 1 C*
S 10 lbs
M 1 11 ■■ 11 ■ i
M Cigarettes, all brands OC _
*1 2 packages
isj Fruit Cocktail 1 7r
;« Sugar C Q/v
£lO lbs V'*'-
lli BUTTER 1 pound roll 33C *j
& ■ ■ 1 ■ 11 1 - Sfc
| In Our Meat Department |
| Turkeys lb. 2.5 c |
$ Dressed Chickens, Ducks and Geese lb. 2$G
M Corned Hams
3< Country Sausage 19c
1 Oysters OC r
gj Veal Chops 9Hr
gj Veal Cutlets 25c
| Goodwin’s Quality Store *
j*j Phone 172 We Deliver Quick Service ;«
* Edenton, N. C. is
children, of Gliden, went to Newport
News, Va., Saturday to visit friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parrish and son
were the dinner guests of Mr. and
Mn. C. E. Nixon Sunday.
Mr. and Mn. Robert Lane visited
Mr. and Mn. H. C. Byrum Sunday.
Mr. and Mn. E. L. White and son,
of Edenton, were the guest 3 of Mr.
and Mn. G. L. Parrish Sunday after
Miss Evelyn Parrish and Mr. Fer
nando Chappell were in Suffolk, Va.,
Mr. and Mn. W. W. Jones visited
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Bunch Sunday
Mi3s Evelyn Parrish has returned
home after spending last week with
her sister, Mrs. I. D. Spivey, of
Mrs. J. L. Parrish called on Mrs.
Elliott Bunch Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Cale, Mr.
and Mrs. Daughtry Bunch called on
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Bunch a short
while Saturday afternoon.
Medlin Belch is at home from Ogle
thorpe, Ga., to spend the holidays
47c Bp I
No. 1 Flat gj
i£y 25c i
Florida Oranges O^
Apples, U. S. No. 1 $
Tangerines AKr $
Large Grapefruit pC p £
6 for &UL
Raisins 1 Q.
2 lbs. jjj
Mixed Candy 10c 1
Chocolate Drops 10c IS*
King’s Mixture QK/*
2 lbs *
■■■■ " 11 ■ w
Tender Steak 1 g.
Bacon (Sliced) QQ/* S
Fresh Cream QA_ !g
Sausage Meat OC. y
2 lbs |
■■■' ' m
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Miss Artillisa White has arrived
from E. C. T. C., Greenville, to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tim White.
Miss Syble White, who attends
school at State Teachers College,
Fredericksburg, Va., ia at home for
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mr 3. E. B. White.
Hallett Perry, who attends Camp
bell College, is at home to spend the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Perry.
J. N. Boyce’s many friends will re
gret to hear that he is very ill.
Mi3s Hilda Boyce spent Saturday
in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Tim Blanchard spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Miss Myrtle Jones, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jones, of near
Cross Roads, and Leroy Ashley, son
of Mr. Ed Ashley, of Center Hill,
were married in Edenton Saturday by
Mr. W. S. Summered. They will
make their home with the bride’s pa
rents for the present.