Society and Personals
OF PLYMOUTH and WASHINGTON COUNTY
Goes To New York
Mrs. G. H. Salyer left Friday for
New York to visit her husband who
expects to leave there soon to enter
Here from Wayncsville
Mrs. Sisk, of Waynesville, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. George
In Quantico, Va.
Mrs. W. H. Clark is spending some
time in Quantico, Va., with her son,
Lawrence Clark and his family.
Spends Week-End Home
Miss Neva Liverman, who teaches
at Pinetown, spent the week-end at
Here from Farmville
Mrs. B. L. Lang and daughter, of
Farmville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Norman.
Spend Week-End Here
Miss Edith Edmondson and Miss
Katherine Bellamy, teachers in the
Chocowinity School, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Edmond
Visit In Creswell
Lieut, and Mrs. M. R. Vickers, of
the Third Service Command, C. W.
S., Baltimore, Md., and Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Bowen, of Plymouth, visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Swain, in Creswell last Wednesday.
PALMOLIVE_3 for 23c
PALMOLIVE, Bath Size_10c
SUPER SUDS,, Lg._27c
SUPER SUDS, Reg._11c
OCTAGON SOAP, Gt_3 forl7c
OCTAGON SOAP, Special —4 for 11c
OCTAGON POWDER, Reg-3 for 17c
OCTAGON POWDER, Spec._4 for 11c
OCTAGON TOILET_3 for 17c
Campbell s Store
To Work At Pulp Mill
Miss Carolyn Brinkley has accept
ed a position in the chemical de
partment of the North Carolina Pulp
Here From Norfolk
Mrs. Ample Bateman, of Norfolk,
spent the week here visiting relatives
Visitor Here Yesterday
James L. Rea, jr., assistant direc
tor in charge of the Blanklack Ex
periment Station at Wenona, was a
business visitor in Plymouth yester
Spend Week-End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Mayo, of Nor
folk spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Mayo.
Announce Birth of Son
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams an
nounce the birth of a son on Friday,
Father Is /II
Mrs. Mollie Edgerton was called
home last week on account of the
Illness of her father.
Visits His Sister Here
George Brokaw, of the United
States Navy, spent a few days here
this week with his sister, Mrs. Maur
ice Smith, and Mr. Smith.
Visits Parents Here
Staff Sergeant Walter Burgess
spent a few days this week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Burgess.
Here from Norfolk
Mrs. Ben Owens and baby of Nor
folk are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
In Training In Rhode Island
Hugh Roberson and Claude Jones,
Jr., who have recently enlisted in the
U. S. Navy, are in Rhode Island re
Visits Mother Here
William Gurkin, who has been sta
tioned in the U. S. Service in Cali
formnia for sometime, arrived Tues
day to spend a few days with his
mother, Mrs. Corinne Gurkin. _
Yulefide Beauty ^
It’s important to stay love
lier than ever this Christ
mas. You show your faith
in the future by both your
good works and your good
looks. Our beauticians are
the ones to help you. Call
2311 for your appointment.
In Norfolk Friday
Mrs. W. A. Davidson, Gracelyn
Reid, Ross Ayers and Phyllis David
son spent Friday in Norfolk.
In Raleigh Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Zeigler and R.
B. Trotman went to Raleigh Thurs
In Durham for Week-End
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Byrd and son,
spent the week-end in Durham.
In County This Week
Miss Elizabeth Carroll, supervisor
of library service in Washington
county is spending this week in the
Goes To New Mexico
Mrs. Ronald Gaylord returned
Monday with her husband to New
Mexico, where he is stationed in the
U. S. Service.
Home for Visit
W. M. Darden, who is stationed in
the U. S. Service in Texas is at home
on a visit.
Here from Williamston
Mrs. Hall, of Williamston, spent
the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.
In Norfolk Recently
Mrs. Martha Davenport spent a
few days recently in Norfolk.
Visitor Tere Recently
Lieutenant and Mrs. M. R. Vick
ers, of the Third Service Command,
C. W. S„ Baltimore, Md., were re
cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Bowen. Lt. Vickers entered the army
June 15, this year and received his
commission at Edgewood Arsenal,
Mr., November 28.
UDC To Meet Friday
With Mrs. Ben Sumner
The NDC will meet Friday after
non at 3 o’clock with Mrs. Ben Sum
ner. Mrs. Adler, president, urges the
members to bring their Christmas
gifts to send to the Women’s Con
federate Home in Fayetteville. Those
who attend are also reminded to
bring their white elephants.
Mrs. Edison Davenport will read a
paper “Why I Am A Daughter of the
Every member is urged to be pres
Mrs. Lester Croiton
Entertains Bridge Club
Mrs. Lester Crofton entertained
her bridge club Thursday evening. A
delicious supper was served before
Mrs. J. H. Newkirk won the high
score prize and Mrs. W. J. Jackson
the second high score prize, Mrs.
Crofton received the bingo prize.
We Buy Wrecked Cars
BRASS—Red, Yellow, Heavy,
and Mixed; Whole Batteries.
COPPER—Light and Heavy.
ALUMINUM—Cast and sheet.
Iron - Steel - Rubber
Get Our Prices!
Delivered Plymouth, N. C.
Box 247 Our Yards Highway 64
R. D. West, Mgr.
Same Business Principles
—WHILE THEY LAST—
Even'g in Paris
$1.10 to $12.50
$1.10 to $9.50^
Old Spice "
$1.10 to $5.65
79c to $3.65
Old Spice Sets .. .$170 - $4.15
CHRISTMAS CARDS 5c - 10c
WOMBLE DRUG STORE
Parent-Teacher Association Here To
Help Colled Gilts lor Service Men
Mrs. W. V. Hays, president of
the Plymouth High School PTA,
has received a request from the
North Carolina PTA Association
to assist in collecting gifts for the
soldiers at Fort Bragg, who will
receive no Christmas gifts at
Christmas. The letter to Mrs.
Hays stated that there were boys
there who would not get even a
Christmas card unless the vari
ous organizations saw to it that
Candy, cigarettes, regulation
army socks, toilet articles and
various other personal articles
were listed as some of the things
that could be sent.
Mrs. Hays is asking the Civil
ian Defense block leaders, who
assisted in “Share the Meat” pro
gram, to collect these gifts on
their respective blocks, as the
time is too short for the PTA to
perfect an organization to do
this. Headquarters requested
these gifts to be sent in at the
earliest possible date.
Mrs. Hays requests local peo
ple not to wait to be called on,
but to take any gifts to the block
leaders or bring them to her
Augustin Daly Club Meets
With Mrs. L. S. Thompson
The Augustin Daly Club met on
Thursday with Mrs. L. E. Thompson.
Books were exchanged and Mrs. C.
McGowan read a poem, "Soldier’s
Reveille” and Mrs. Lawrence Jones
read “Christmas at Twilight.” A
round-table discussion of the war
situation concluded the program.
Guests were invited into the din
ing room for refreshments. The ta
ble held an attractive Christmas
arrangement flanked by burning red
tapers in silver holders. A Christ
mas salad, hot rolls, coffee and honey
sake were served.
Mrs. J. B. Edmondson and B. L.
Lang, of Farmville, were visitors.
Glider Base Employees
Have Turkey Dinner Here j
The pay roll department of the 1
office personel at the glider base in •
Edenton enjoyed a turkey dinner, ;
followed by a dance at the Plym- ■
outh Country Club. Friday night.
About 30 attended.
Edenton Catholic Church
Services Every Sunday At
EDENTON.—Holly Mass starts ev
ery Sunday at 11 a. m. in St. Ann's
Catholic Church, Edenton, announc
ed Rev. Father F. J. McCourt, Pas
tor, who will preach this coming Sun
day on “Boycot Indecent Shows and
Magazines” and conduct Sunday
School immediately after Mass.
Confessions every Sunday for half
hour before Services, Holy Commun
ion during Mass.
Everybody invited to be present at
services every Sunday.
Nell Horton Celebrates
Nell Horton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bosie Horton, of Plymouth,
celebrated her fourth birthday at the
Plymouth Country Club on November
Twenty of her little friends
brought her pretty gifts and helped
her enjoy the occasion.
A cake holding four lighted can
dles, centered the refreshment ta
ble. From the center streamers
stretched to each child’s place at the
table and when pulled a favor was
found at the end.
Mints, nuts, ice cream and cake
were served. An orange color note
$30 Raised By PTA In
Benefit Bridge Party
About $30 was realized from the
benefit bridge party put on by the
PTA of the Plymouth High School in
the community building Friday night,
December 4. This money will be used
to paint the walls of the class rooms
in the schools, although this amount
is not large enough to paint all of
Sixty-nine persons attended the
party. At the conclusion of the
progressions Mrs. E. F. Thomas was
awarded high score prize and Mrs.
B. G. Campbell received the low
Refreshments were served and the
building was decorated throughout
with lovely flowers.
Still a Lot
I GIFTS lor HIM
! at Ganderson's
•^-All wool suits, from
$18.95 to $27.50.
■^All-wool students’ &
boys’ suits, $8.95 up.
•jfc'P. S.—Lots of new
Shirts, Ties, Hats,
Sweaters and Gloves
are here also.
Mrs. W. H. Johnson
Hostess To Club Thursday
Mrs. W. H. Johnson was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday evening.
Mrs. Sisk, of Waynesville, mother of
Mrs. George Scott, Mrs. A. J. Riddle,
and Mrs. Zeno Lyon were additional
Mrs, Guy Watson compiled high
score and Mrs. W. H. Johnson sec
ond high. Mrs. Zeno Lyon won at
bingo. All prizes were War Stamps.
A salad course was served.
Popularity Contest At
Local Colored School
Students and teachers of the Plym
outh colored schools have just com
pleted their first financial drive un
der the direction of their new prin
cipal, W. W. Walker. The high school
student,s with their favorite teachers,
competed against the elementary
students and their favorite teacher.
The elementary students, with Miss
Sophia Spruill, won the contest. A
total of $88.32 was realized by the
school from the contest and will be
used in the purchase of school sup
plies. The contest was sponsored by
Mrs. J. M. Thompson, assisted by the
teachers and students.
Boys' Ties in Gift Boxes.15c
Men's Tie in Giii Boxes. . . 25c - 29c
FOR MEN IN THE SERVICE
Gift Wrapped, Ready To Mail—
COOKIES, 21 lbs.$1.00
Greeting Cards. 5 ior 5c, 3 - 5c, 2 - 5c
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Our long years of experience in the Clothing Business has taught
us . . . that QUALITY is long remembered . . . while price alone
is soon forgotten.
You Can Buy Here With Confidence For All the Family
Why wait until the last minute to do your shopping when it
would be to your advantage in more ways than one to drop in
today and make your gift selections from our complete stock?
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BYRD'S Clothing Store
Cash If You Have It Credit If You Need It
Bring the Youngsters!
Be sure to visit us for a complete line of fine toys this Christ
mas. Despite shortages caused by the war, we have a varied ;
line of attractive, useful toys for boys and girls of all ages. But
we would advise you to select early, for when they are gone we
won’t be abl to get any more this Christmas. Ask us about our I
REASONABLE PRICES ARE A FEATURE OF OUR TOY DISPLAY j
Useful~ Practical Gifts |
For the Entire Family! j
Here you will find variety, fine quality and inexpensive
prices. An article of clothing makes an ideal practical gift for
young and old, man or woman, boy or girl. Ask us to help you j
with suggestions for every person on yur gift list. ]
THIS IS A TIME FOR PRACTICAL GIVING THAT LOOKS AHEAD! I
TOBACCA CLOTH NOW ON HAND — BUT WON’T LAST LONG!
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E. H. LI VERM AN
Plymouth’s Largest Department Store Plymouth, N. C.