Society and Personals
OF PLYMOUTH and WASHINGTON COUNTY
Removes To Utica, N. Y.
John Nash, who came to Plym
outh St al months ago to work in
the mill of the North Carolina Pulp
Company, left last Saturday for Uti
ca N. Y., to join the staff of the Utica
Paper Company, manufacturers of
Sister Is Visitor
Mrs. Church Styons, of Elizabeth
City and Hertford, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Raymond Barber. Mr.
Styons is now in the army air force,
stationed at Gulfpoint, Miss.
In Kinston for Week-End
Phillip Stillman spent the week
end in Kinston.
Visiting In Roper
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Marrow are
spending sometime with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Marrow, sr.. in Roper. Mr.
Marrow is stationed at a camp in In
Week-End Guests Here
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Bateman,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clark and son,
C. W. and Miss Mildred Bateman
were week-end guests of Mr. and Mis.
T. W. Bateman. Miss Bateman and
C. W. will stay two weeks.
I GET Your FALL
SUIT and TOP
While We Still Have a
Good Selection at Rea
★Men’s Wool Suits,
$16.95 to $29.50.
★Men’s Wool Top
coats, from $14.95 to
★Reversible Coats for
men, $12.95 and up.
★Boys’ Wool Suits,
$8.95 and up.
★Leather Coats, all
styles, $7.50 up.
★Men’s and Boys’ wool
sweaters, $1.45 to
DO YOUR CHRIST
Visits from West Virginia
Miss Leah O'Dell, of Charleston, W.
Va., will arrive today to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Guy Watson.
Home From Army
Gerald Gaylord, of the United
States Army, is at home on a fur
Visitors From Belhaven
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Jones, of
Belhaven. were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Dixon Tuesday.
Leaves for Alabama
Mrs. Townsend left Tuesday for
Alabama, where she will visit rela
Leave for New York
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Thompson left
Sunday for New York, where they
are spending this week.
Visitors Here Sunday
Mrs. M. J. Davenport and daugh
ter, Coilia, accompanied by Frank E.
Curry, of Rocky Mount, and his sis
ter, Mrs. D. C. Craig, and little daugli
ter, Gloria, of Wilmington, were the
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lin
wood A. Davenport. Mr. Curry and
Mrs. Craig and daughter were the
week-end guests of Mrs. M. J. Dav
Visits Mother in Norfolk
Miss Eunice Holliday visited her
mother in Norfolk over the week-end.
Here from Newport News
Mr. and Mrs. Ottaway Warren, of
Newport News, spent the week-end
home with relatives.
The Rev. O. L. Hardwick is attend
ing conference of the M. E. Church
in Wilson this week.
Announce birth of Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thrailkill, of
San Diego, California, announce the
birth of a daughter. Barbara Ann, on
Here from Norfolk
Mrs. Prank Bateman and son, of
Norfolk, spent Thursday night with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Du
Returns To Chicago
Mrs. J. P. Sutton, returned Mon
day to her home in Chicago, after
visiting her sisters here.
In Raleigh Thursday
Dr. and Mrs. C. McGowan went to
Here from Shiloh
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Berry and two
children, of Shiloh, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bowen on Sun
In Norfolk Friday
Mesdames Forbes, Eddie Getsinger,
R. S. Martin and L. M. Doxey spent
Friday night in Norfolk.
Here from Williamston
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ingram of Wil
liamston were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hardison.
Attends Conference in Wilson
Mrs. Angelo Spruill attended the
M. E. Conference in Wilson this
Visits At ECTC
Miss Fanny Lou Winslow will spend
this week-end with Miss Carolyn
Byrd at ECTC in Greenville.
Jergens Soap, 4 cakes for.12c
Nilk oi Magnesia.23c
Jerris Hair Tonic and Hair Oil
A $1.35 Value, Both lor.76c
35c Size Woodbury’s
Cod Liver Oil, Vitamin A & D . $1.25
Pure 5 Grain
Asprin Tablets, 100 lor.29c
In New Bern for Week-End
Mrs. G. H. Sanderson spent the
week-end in New Bern.
Visits Here from West Virginia
Emmett Harrison, of West Virginia
spent a few days last week in town.
He is a former resident, of Plym
Visits Family Here
Jack Frank, of Camp Davis, spent
Thursday night here with his wife
Here from Scotland Neck
G. H. Hale and Miss Mavis Thig
pen. of Scotland Neck, were in town
Visiting In Philadelphia
Mrs. L. J. Meunier, jr., and daugh
ter are spending sometime in Phila
Womans Club Meets Friday
The Woman's Club will meet Fri
day afternoon at 3 o’clock. Mrs. H.
H. McLean, Mrs. A. J. Byrd and Miss
Marie Farley will be hostesses and
Mrs. C. L. Gurkin is in charge of the
Removes To Elizabeth City
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Carr and fam
ily will move to Elizabeth City next
week to make their home.
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Here for Week-End
Joe Malik, of the U. S. Navy was
the guest of friends here during the
H. W. Allen and Mrs. Mae Tay
lor Ward of LaGrange, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Darden.
Spends Week-End In Roxboro
Mr. and Mrs. Edwol Harrison spent
the week-end in Roxboro with their
daughter, Mrs. Henry Walker.
In Washington, D. C. Last Week
J. W. Darden and W. R. Hampton
went to Washington City last week
on a business trip.
Returns from Richwood
Mrs. Myrtle Evans Herring return
ed Monday from Richwood where she
spent sometime with her son.
Guest of Sister
Mrs. C. O. Verner, of Palmyra, N.
J., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S.
Attends Reception Saturday
Mrs. S. E. Nestor and daughters,
Eileen and Shirley Ann attended a
reception on Saturday in JCelford
given by Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin in
honor of Ensign and Mrs. Frederick
Ruffin who were recently married.
Mrs. Ruffin was formerly Miss Rose
Announce Birth of Son
Captain and Mrs. J. C. Tarkenton,
Jr., of Columbia, S. C„ are receiving
congratulations on the birth of a
son James Clinton Tarkenton, in, in
a Columbia, S. C. hospital. Mrs. Tar
kenton was formerly Miss Mary
Scott, of Norfolk, Va.
Visit Families Here
Miss Gertrude Woolard, Miss Caro
lyn Byrd and Elmore Mayo, students
at ECTC, in Greenville, spent the
week-end here with their respective
Visits Here Saturday
Woodrow Dixon, of Morehead City
visited Mrs. John Carlisle Saturday
Visiting In Richwood, W. Va.
Mrs. Henry Peyton and children
are visiting relatives in Richwood, W.
Spending Week Here
Jamie Ward is spending this week
at home prior to entering Northwest
ern University for training as a Mid
shipman in the Naval Reserve.
Mary Cahoon, of Washington is
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Min
In Raleigh Monday
Carl L. Bailey and W. R. Hamp
ton went to Raleigh Monday after
Accompanied To Durham
Mr. and Mrs. Armistead Cape
hart accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mills to Durham for the week-end.
Mrs. Laura S. Johnston
Presents Piano Recital
Laura S. Johnston presented M
es Helen Carr and Prances S: ;1
Spruill in a piano duo recital ai i«,
home Monday afternon.
The Johnston home was decorated
with lovely chrysanthemums. Can
dlelight furnished the illumination.
Mrs. Johnston greeted the gu. :as
and Mrs. M. W. Spruill, poured tea
at the head of the tea table, which
held an arrangement of yellow and
white flowers. Tea, decorated sand
wiches and cookies were served by
Helen and Frances.
In Durham for Week-End
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mills spent the
week-end in Durham.
Lieutenant and Mrs. S. S. Ras
musson were guests this week of Mr.
and Mrs. S. M. Rasmusson. Lieut.
Rasmusson will soon be transferred
Spending Some Time Here
Stark Nurney is spending some
time here with his mother.
Recent Guest Here
Joe Leggett was the recent guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leggett.
Spends Week-End Home
Philip Li verm an, student at the
University of N. C. spent the week
Transferred To California
David Dixon, brother of Mrs.
John Carlisle, who is in the U. S.
Navy, has been transferred to Cali
In Rocky Mount Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Read and Miss
Jane Read went to Rocky Mount
Spends Week-End in Williamston
Mrs. Julia Johnson spent the week
end at her home in Williamston.
Confined To Home
Claude Spruill is ill at his home
Visits Father Here
Miss Sadie Ausbon, of Greenville,
visited her father, C. V. W. Ausbon
during the week-end.
In Robersonvilie for Week-End
Mrs. Lester Crofton and daughter
spent the week-end in Robersonvilie.
Attend Wake-Forest Dance
Miss Becky Ward attended the
Wake-Forest College dances last
Attending School in Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Will C. Sexton, re
ceived a message from their son Mar
vin of the U. S. Navy that he is now
in Chicago 111., attending aviation,
Home for Week-End
Miss Gertrude, who is attending
ECTC at Greenville, spent the last
week-end at home with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Woolard. They
accompanied their daughter back to
Greenville Sunday evening and re
turned to Plymouth the same night.
Week In New York
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Liverman are
in New York this week on business.
In Ayden for Week-End
Misses Frances Tumage and Irene
Dixon spent the week-end in Ayden.
Visiting In Scotland Neck
Mrs. P. W. Brinkley is visiting Miss
Mavis Thigpen, in Scotland Neck.
Spends Week-End in Randelman
Mrs. S. V. Lewis spent the week
end with her parents in Randelman.
In Norfolk Monday
Mrs. C. McGowan and Ellen Goode
Winslow went to Norfolk Monday.
ROSE’S 18th Annual
OCTOBER 31 to NOVEMBER 7
JUMBO SPLITS.25c Pound
SPANISH SALTED 20c Pound
A Fresh Supply Has Been
Received for Friday & Saturday
UNMitiEf RRvn mwr
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Joint Hostesses Friday At
Halloween Supper, Bridge
Mrs. Jack Frank and Miss Martha
Hornthal entertained the Round
Dozen Bridge club Friday evening at
Halloween supper at the Plym
outh Country club prior to the bridge
Lovely chrysanthemums decorated
the table in addition to fruit ar
When scores were added Mrs. C.
McGowan had compiled high score
for the club and Mrs. J. P. Sutton,
guest of Mrs. McGowan, for visitors.
Mrs. H. S. Midgett received the bingo
award and Mrs. Don Davis scored
low. All four were presented prizes.
Visitors included Mesdames R. A.
Duvall. Zeno Lyon, W. H. Booker, J.
P. Sutton, of Chicago, and Mrs. D.
Mrs. Mary Cahoon Hostess
To Two Clubs Thursday
Mrs. Mary Cahoon. was hostess to
her bridge club and to the Thursday
Night Bridge Club on Thursday eve
A salad course was served at the
conclusion of the game.
Mrs. W. R. Hampton and Mrs. Har
ry Daniel won the high score prizes
for their respective clubs and Mrs.
Guy Watson and Mrs. P. B. Bate
man received the bingo prizes.
Those playing were Mesdames W.
R. Hampton. E. L. Owens, P. W.
Arps. J. W. Read. D. J. Brinkley, R.
W. Johnston. Corinne Austin, E. F.
Still, A. Papineau, Guy Watson, T.
W. Earle. P. B. Bateman, Harry
Daniel, Lloyd Owens, W. H. John
TEL Class Meets With
Mrs. J. E. Singleton
The TEL Class of the Baptist
Church Sunday Scholo met with Mrs.
J. E. Singleton Monday night. Mrs.
Adolph Stubbs was co-hostess.
Mrs. W. V. Hays led the devotional.
Mrs. Hays. Mrs. J. M. Johnson and
Mrs. Archie Modlin were named on
a committee to plan a Christmas pro
gram for the Sunday school.
The class voted to send Mrs. D. J.
Hudson who has moved to Elizabeth
City a gift.
Prayers were led by Mrs. Johnson
and Mrs. Modlin. 17 members were
By Grade Mothers
Creswell.—Creswell High School
seniors were entertained at a Hal
loween Party at Earl’s Friday eve
ning by their room representatives.
Mrs. Ernest Davenport and Mrs. Dora
As the guests entered, they were
served fruit punch by Misses Rita
and Kate Spruill, after which they
took their places in booths reserved
for guests. The young folks enjoyed
several hours of dancing and talking,
during which time Miss Kate Spruill
and Miss Norma Davenport served
home-made candies. At 10:30 the
guests assembled at the tables and
were served chicken salad on lettuce,
Celery, pickles, saltines and cold
In a Brand
Suit, Overcoat, Hat,
Tie Shirt, Gloves,
Socks, Shoes, Under
wear and everything
else a man wears.
We have them all at
prices and on terms you
can afford to pay.
In Elizabeth City Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shugar and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gan
derson spent Sunday in Elizabeth
Visiting In Maryland
Mrs. W. P. Ausbon and Mrs. E. G.
Arps are guests of Mrs. G. R. Salyer,
in Maryland. Mrs. Salyer's son is
ill with pneumonia.
’VULIER THAN EVER
This year, make it a practical Christmas
. . . give something for the home, a gift all
the family will enjoy. Furniture and home
furnishings should come first on your list.
They make useful lasting gifts; and if you
start buying them now on our lay-away
plan, they will be fully paid for by Christ
We have a whole store full of sugges
tions: Cedar Chests, Occasional chairs,
rockers; table, oven and refrigerator glass
ware; rugs, coffee tables, magazine racks,
end tables, blankets, luggage, and hundreds
of other single items, as well as complete
suits for any room in the house. If you buy
now, you are assured of delivery; while if
you wait, a freeze order or transportation
delay may cause disappointment.
Start Selecting Gilt Furniture
Now On Our Lay-Away Plan
U. S. No. 1 Fancy Irioh
POTATOES 10 “29c
LETTUCE stt 2 * 25c
Sweet Potatoes 6 lbs 19c
YeHew Onions 3 lbs 13c
Green Cabbage 3 lbs 10c
GREENS 3- 15c
Emperor Grapes 2 "» 23c
Florida Juicy - Now Crop
ORANGES 10 lbs 55c
GRAPEFRUIT 3 - 10c
II. S. No. 1 Wmosap or York linooria!
Tomatoes 2 Pounds 29c
CaulifEower Head 19c
Cheese \sxzx 33c
Butter TriRoiflc 2 1 -33
24-Sb Bag 8©c 484b Bag $1.75
nlU l-lb Box LOj
CUTRITE W AXED
Luneli Papers i7c
Knox Jell 3 "* 19c
Corn Flakes 2k19
Tomato $Glip 3S„',28!
Honey 3ibGtos 33c
~1 -ib Qip
Glass Jars I
Set ot 'jltJi
Mai$arii$ ns Us
VA. MAID PEANUT
DELICIOUS HOT DRINK
Postiini ssx 25s
Triple Fresh OUR PRIDE
Loaves ! j
Navy Beasis Em. 2 *» 17c