Society and Personals
OF PLYMOUTH and WASHINGTON COUNTY
College Students Here Cast Week
Misses Cornelia Edmondson. Helen
Harrison. Becky Ward. Mary Char
lotte Jones, Bill Spruill and Miss
Mary Elizabeth Bray, spent a few
days here last week-end with their
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Week-end at Home
Miss Edith Edmondson spent the
week-end at home.
Visiting Father in Virginia
Mrs. Blount Rodman is visiting her
father in Tazewell, Va.
Miss Margaret Peele is recuperat
ing in a Washigton hospital from a
recent appedicitis operation.
To Raleigh Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corpening
went to Raleigh Saturday.
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr and Mrs. Durand Keel an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
January 28 in Plymouth.
Charles Clifford, of Baltimore, vis
ited Mrs. A. L. Owens last week.
Week-end in Suffolk
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Trotman spent
the week-end in Suffolk.
Mrs. B. E. Smiling made a recent
visit to relatives in Warrenton.
“GIVE US THIS DAY OUR
DAILY BREAD” (Mat. 6:11)
Daily Devotional Program
7:15 a. m. WPTF, Raleigh, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cowan, of
Portsmouth, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Landing.
Visits Mrs. Swain in Hospital
Mrs. Joe Jackson visited Mrs.
Blanche Swain in a Rocky Mount
Return From Waynesville
Mrs. George Scott and son have
returend home from Waynesville aft
er visiting relatives.
To Washington Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Lyon and sons
and Miss Martha Hornthal went to
New Bern Visitor
Mrs. Stith, of New Bern, was the
recent guest of her neice, Mrs. Lewis
Frank Rasmusson Transferred
Frank Rasmusson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Rasmusson. of Plymouth,
who has been working with a life
insurance company in Chicago, has
been transferred to St. Louis, Mo„
where he is in charge of an office.
Recuperating in Charlotte
Mrs. M. J. Polk is in Charlotte at
the home of her sister after spend
ing several weeks in a hospital there.
Attends Meeting in Goldsboro
Mrs. S. A. Ward, sr., attended an
Episcopal Church meeting in Golds
boro last week,
Week-end in Mount Olive
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Highsmith, jr.,
spent the week-end in Mount Olive.
To Norfolk Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Horton went to
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Working in Wilmington
Mrs. Ellis Maples is working in
Wilmington. She spends every week
end with her family here.
To Spend Sometime Here
Mrs. E. L. Walker has returned
here to spend sometime with her
husband, who is resident manager of
the local pulp plant.
Visiting Sister Here
Mrs. Rose Partin Surles, of Ports
mouth, is visiting her sister, Mrs. S.
Visit in Pantego
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ricks and son
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ricks in Pan
tego last week.
In Norfolk Hospital
Mrs. J. F Jordan, of Dardens, is
receiving treatment in a Norfolk hos
\lr. Blount Recovering
Friends of H. A. Blount are glad
to know that he is recovering from a
Returns to Brooklyn
JoeLeggett has returned to Brook
lyn, N. Y„ where he is employed.
To Tarboro Friday Night
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Edmondson
went to Tarboro Friday night to see
Mrs. Edmondson’s mother, who has
Noted Photographer Here
Miss Jackie Martin, of Washing
ton, D. C., recognized as one of the
nation's foremost photographers, was
here for the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Maples. Miss Martin was
engaged in gathering photographic
material to be used in connection
with an article concerning the Ma
ples family which will be published
in a future issue of the Woman’s
Home Companion. Since this na
tional magazine is printed several
months in advance, it is understood
that it will be about four months or
longer before the article will be pub
Visit Here Recently
Joe Malik and Raymond Ambrose
spent a few days here recently.
Attending Meeting in Raleigh
W. R. Hampton is attending a
meeting of the State Board of Con
servation and Development in Ral
eigh this week.
Visiting Brother in Tarboro
Miss Martha Homthal is visiting
her brother, L. P. Hornthal, in Tar
boro, this week.
Called to Home Tuesday
Miss Hilda Eaker was called to her
borne Tuesday on account of the
3eath of a relative.
Visits Mother in Smithfield
Mrs, T. L. Bray visited her mother
in Smithfield a few days this week.
Mrs. S. Scherr spent a few days
in Norfolk this week.
\ttend Wedding Saturday
Among those attending the Mills
Booth wedding in Elizabeth City last
Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Zeno
3. Lyon, Z. G. Lyon, jr., Harlee Lyon
Hiss Martha Hornthal, Mrs. J. H.
STewkirk, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cor
rening, Miss Evelyn Arps. Hallett
Sverett, Jack Owens, and Miss Mary
Duvall, of Plymouth: Mrs. N. H.
Hills, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Teer, of
Sunday in Belhaven
Mrs. Bill Dixon and Mrs. Dave
Chisholm spent Sunday in Belhaven
with Mrs. Radford Jones.
To High Point .Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Miller Wairen went
to High Point Thursday.
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charge, turns on supply from reserve
cylinder as soon as cylinder in use be
C. E. AYERS, Agent
PLYMOUTH, N. C.
Sunday in Rooky Mount
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardison and
son. Miss Esther George and Hubert
Britton visited in Rocky Mount Sun
Return From Florida
Mr and Mrs. W. W. Browning have
returned from a week's trip to Tam
pa. St. Petersburg, Lake Wales and
other points of interest in Florida.
They report a very enjoyable trip.
Robot onville Visitors
Mrs. R. T. Purvis, sr., R. T. Purvis,
ir., and Misses Pauline Jenkins, Em
ily Roberson and Sadie Bowers, of
Robersonville, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Miller Warren Sunday afternoon
Visit in Belhaven
Miss Patsy Dixon and Miss Carolyn
Brown visited Miss Iris Wilkerson in
Returns from Hospital
Lawrence Jones, jr.. has returned
home from a Rocky Mount hospital
where he received treatment several
days last week.
Recuperating at Home Here
Lewis Price is spending two weeks
at his home here recuperating from
pneumonia. Mr. Price is in the U.
S. Army at Fort Bragg.
Taken to Hospital
Mrs. Fletcher Harris was taken to
a Washington hospital Friday for
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Swain and
son. of Manteo, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. L. Roy Swain.
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hooker an
nounce the birth of a daughter on
Monday, February 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lee Booth, of
Rocky Mount announce the marriage
of their daughter, Martha Hornthal,
to R. H. Mills, of Durham and Plym
outh, on Saturday, January 31, at
10 o’clock in Christ Church, Eliza
Mr. Mills is th son of Mr, and
Mrs. H. N. Mills, of Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. Mills will return this
week-end from a wadding trip to
New York and they will live temp
orarily with Miss Martha Hornthal.
Mrs. Winslow Entertains
Round Dozen Bridge Club
Mrs. W. Frith Winslow was hostess
to the Round Dozen Bridge Club on
Friday night at a three course dinner
followed by six progressions of bridge
Mrs. C. J. Norman was a dinner
Scoring high was Mrs. T. L. Bray.
Mrs. C. McGowan won the bingo
prize and Mrs. George Barden, a
guest, was presented a gift.
Mrs. L. J. Meunier, jr„ is a new
member of the club.
Miss Booth Entertains
Miss Martha Booth entertained in
formally on Friday evening at the
home of Miss Martha Hornthal.
Those present were Mrs. Lewis
Sawyers, Mrs. Catherine Ambrose,
Miss Evelyn Arps, Miss Mary Duvall
and Mrs. Charles Corpening.
Miss Booth was marreid the fol
lowing morning to Ray Mills, of Dur
ham and Plymouth.
Fire Chief To Speak to
Local Woman’s Club
Milier Warren, Plymouth fire chief,
will speak on the subject, Woman's
Part, in Civilian Defense," at the
Woman’s Club meeting to be held
Friday at 1 o’clock in the commuity
The hostesses will be Mesdames J.
E. Swain, A, R. Modlin. Tom Darden,
S. Scherr and Johnson
Miss Jeanette Robertson
Honor Guest at Shower
Miss Jeanette Robertson, who is to
be married to Sergeant J. W Arm
strong on Sunday, February 8, was
honored at a linen shower given by
Misses Rebecca Armstrong, Melba
Phelps and Helen Ward Tuesday
evening at the home of Mrs. H. W.
Ward in the village. After the bride
elect was presented a corsage by Miss
Armstrong, she opened the many
Patriotic colors and motifs were
emphasized in the corsage, decora
tions and dessert course. Winners
at bingo and high scorer were Misses
Lucille Nicholson and Estelle Sawyer.
Those enjoying the evening, besides
the honoree and hostesses, were:
Misses Margaret Bateman. Agnes
Whitbee. Lucille Nicholson. Estelle
Sawyer, and Mesdames Mary Lee
Overton and Thelma Armstrong.
Mrs. Walter Clark Hostess
To Village Bridge Club
Mrs. Walter Clark entertained the
Village Bridge Club on Tuesday ev
ening with Mrs. New Swain and Mrs.
Paul Swain additional guests.
Mrs. Clark was high scorer and
Mrs. A. Papineau second high for the
Mrs. Paul Swain received the visit
ors' prize. A salad course was serv
All the Time
In the best-looking
Tweeds and Worsteds
you’ve ever seen.
$15.95 to $27.50
Trousers $2.98 up
Hundreds of Spring
Sport and Dress
$2.98 lo $5.50
Hals... $1.98 up
Lots of other Spring
Merchandise. Buy early
This Week's Specials
SINGLE BLANKETS—Sold for
98c before the price rise last fall;
For one week only..
DOUBLE BLANKETS—Sold for
$1.98 regularly last year. For one
50 Per Cent WOOL COMFORTS
Bought before the prices went up last year and
sold then at $4.95. We are put
ting them on sale for one week
Save ai Least i of Present Prices!
NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY!
Keep Your Eyes on Our Window Displays
Water & Washington Sts. Plymouth, N. C.
Complete Line of Mebane-Royall Mattresses and Springs
Miss Hornthal Hostess
At Wedding Breakfast
Mi: s Martha Hornthal entertained
for her niece. Miss Martha Hornthal
Booth, and Ray H. Mills, of Durham
and Plymouth, at a buffet wedding
oreakfast on Saturday morning,
January 31. prior to their marriage
it 10 o'clock in Christ Church, in
White flowers and fern centered
the lace covered table and white tap
ers flanked the centerpiece.
Guests Included Miss Booth and
Mills. Mrs. N. H. Mills, of Durham,
mother of the bridegroom, Mr. and
Mrs. Teer, of Durham. Mr. and Mrs.
Zeno Lyon and sons, Zeno, jr., and
Harlee, Mrs. J. H. Newkirk, Mrs,
Catherine Ambrose, Jack Owens, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Corpening, Miss
Mary Duvall, Hallett Everett and
Miss Evelyn Arps, all of Plymouth.
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lubricants should be changed over
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Harrison’s Service Station
Opposite Williford's Tavern
Cool Spring Grocery
Joe Snell, Prop. Plymouth RFD
Water St. Service Station
C. O. “Shorty” Kelly Prop.
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Laying Mash, 100-lb. bag $3.25
Starting Mash, 100-lb. bag $3.15
Growing Mash, 100-lb. bag $3.15
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FANCY WINE SAP
APPLES, 2 lbs..He
EXTRA FANCY GREEN
GOLLARDS, 2 lbs..15c
Green CABBAGE, 4 lbs..19c
Pound Carton TOMATOES .... 19c
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