Personals - Society
Mrs. J. a Howard, of Philadel
' phis, Pa., is the guest of her aister-
in-law, Mrs. J. 0. Felton, in Hertford.
W. ,L Winslow, of Belvidere, made
business trip to Hertford on Wed
neaday. ' -Vr'ti ' '-v.' ' '
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eason, who
were guests of Mrs. Eason's mother,
Mrs; J. H. Towe, "Sr., for a few days
this week, left Tuesday for their
home at Crewe, Va.
Miss Jessie Tayloe Newby, who has
been spending the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby,
will leave Sunday for Raleigh, to re
sume her duties as librarian at the
Hugh Morrison High School.
Miss Lena Barber, who is a mem
ber of the school faculty of the Wil
mington schools, spent the Christmas
holidays with her sister, Mrs. R. L.
Knowles. j .
Miss Doris Gregory left Wednes
day to resume her studies at Mars
Hill College, after spending the holi
days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. J. Gregory.
Misses Elizabeth Morm, Sallie
Lee Brewer, Eleanor Earley and
Louise Freeman and Jack Powell, all
of Windsor, visited Miss Carolyn Rid
dick in Hertford on Thursday .
,: Guy Newby has returned from a
visit to relatives in Windsor.
Miss Doris Perry, of Burgess, was
in Hertford on Saturday.
Mrs. J. W. Everett and Mrs. George
Jordan, of Route Three, were in
Hertford on Saturday.
' M. S. Elliott, of Edenton, and Eu
gene Rector, of Norfolk, were in
Miss Pat Edwards spent the week
end in Edenton, visiting her grand
mother, Mrs. Sidney McMullan.
Miss Louise Chalk left Tuesday for
Charlotte, where she la a member of
the school faculty, after spending the
holidays with her mother, Mrs. John
Mrs. B. F. Hathaway of Edenton
spent Thursday in Hertford, visiting
Mrs. R, W. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chalk and
their two children, of Richmond,
spent several days during, the. holi
days with Mr. Chalk's mother, Mrs.
Miss Anne Lee Butler, of Durham,
is spending some time with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Winslow and
their two children, Katherine and
Hillary, spent the week-end in Fay
etteville, visiting Mrs. Winslow's
Miss Marie Anderson, who has
been visiting friends in Hertford dur
ing the holidays, returned to her home
at Raleigh on Sunday. She was ac
companied by her father, L. W. An
derson, and her brother, Jack, who
spent the day in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White and
their two young sons, of Mackeys,
spent the week-end in Hertford with
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Brinkley have
returned to their home in Plymouth,
after spending the holidays with Mrs.
Brinldey's mother, Mrs. Nathan
Miss Eloise Broughton left Tuesday
to visit friends at Washington, N. C,
before returning to St Mary's School,
Raleigh, where she is a student.
Mrs. Milton H. White left Tues
day for her home at Greenville, af
ter spending the holidays with her
sister, Mrs. G. T. Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Horton re
turned to their home at Plymouth on
Sunday after a visit to Mrs. Hor-to-'3
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Miss Maisie Nixon of Baltimore
made a brief visit to her mother,
Mrs. T. J. Nixon, Sr., this week.
. M-rs.--Wesley Willis of Farmville
was among the out-of-town people
who attended the funeral of J. T.
Brinn on Sunday.
M. S. Elliott and his daughter,
Miss Margaret Elliott, were among
the Edenton people who attended the
funeral of J. T. Brinn on Sunday.
Miss Anne Sullivan of Baltimore
was the recent guest of her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jessup.
John Broughton, Jr., returned this
week to Wake Forest College, where
'; he is a student, after spending the
'. Christmas holidays with his' parents,
' Mr. and Mrs. John Broughton.
' Dr.' J. P. Whedbee has returned to
ij his home in Suffolk, Va., after spend
ing the holidays with his sisters,
Mrs. Herbert Newby, Mrs. Evart
Newby and Miss Pattie Whedbee.
i . Master Carrol Berry, the attrac
. tive little son of Mr. and Mrs. B. C
t Berry, has been, quite sick with in
' attack of tonsilitis.
- Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Skinner of
Washington; D. C, and their sons,
Joshua, who is a student at Rens-
'salear Polytechnic Institute, : Troy,
-r N. Y., and Frank, who is a student at
'' the University of North Carolina,
f are spending the New Year holidays
1,.' at their country home in Old Neck.
-', They have as their house guests Mis3
Mary Quimby and Mr. Willis .Dick
ens, of Washington, D. C '. '
1 W. E. White and his son, William,
spent Sunday In Bethel, In Pitt Corni
- ty, where;-they visited Mr.'r White's"
f f O TT fTT ffl
sister, Mrs.TD. A. BayneS, who is
very sick, ; - .; ,)
, Herbert Nixon, who holds a post'
tion in New York City; is spending
a few days with his mother, Mrs. T.
J. Nixon, Jr.
Mrs. G. T. Howkinf is on the sick
list tMs ween. . , a
Mrs.' Dan Williams, local manager
ox the telephone service, has been
confined to her bed with an attack of
flu during the Christmas holidays.
Her mother, Mrs. J. H. Sanford, of
Washington, was called to be with
her daughter. Mrs. Williams' condi
tion is reported as somewhat improv
ed but she is still in bed.
Little Miss Molly Oakey, the at
tractive little daughter .of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter H. Oakey, Jr., has been
sick during the entire period of the
Miss Lillian Blanchard, who is a
student of Duke University, suffered
an attack of flu on the day after her
return to Hertford to spend the
Christmas holidays, and has been
confined to her bed ever since.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sawyer of
Elizabeth City spent Sunday: with
their daughter, Mrs. Josiah Elliott.
Mrs. D. S. Darden, who has been
sick with a cold, is able to be out
Bill Elliott and Edward Weeks,
two members of the J. C. Blanchard
& Co. sales force, are on the sick
list this week.
Mrs. C. E. Garrett of Virginia
Beach, spent the week-end with her
sister, Mrs. Josiah Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Scott Bell of Nor
folk, Va., spent a few days this week
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Ben Courtney and Bill Hodges of
Raleigh called on Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Johnson on Monday evening.
Mrs. Charles Johnson had as a'
guest on Monday Mrs. L. M. Dixon,!
formerly of Hertford, now of Cole-'
Mrs. F. W. Hobbs of Richmond
spent some time with her sister, Mrs.
Charles Johnson, during the holidays.
NEW HOPE NEWS
Mrs. Sophia Simpson has returned
from Duke Hospital after at stay of
three weeks, having undergone an op
eration. Her condition is said to be
Mr. and Mra. G. L. Turner visited
relatives at Gatesville on Sunday.
Mrs. L. R. Webb is said to be much
improved from injuries received in a
Miss Ettie Long Webb, Alfonza
Ward and Eugene Ward visited Miss
Evelyn Simpson on Sunday.
Miss Rebecca Webb of Conway is
at home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Webb.
Mrs. Martha Wilma Haskett of
Nixonton was the week-end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson at New
Warren, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. R. Perry, has been on the
sick list this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Chappell
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Perry, at Bethel
Mr. Leroy Lane, of Swan Quarter;
is spending the Christmas holidays
with his grandmother, Mrs. Maggie
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chappell and
family; Mr. and Mrs. Percy Chappell
and daughter made a business trip to
Suffolk, Va., Friday.
Mrs. W. W. Chappell 13 improving
after a few days illness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Perry and son,
Dewey, Jr., of Bethel, visited Mrs. W.
W. Chappell Thursday.
Mr. Elihu Chappell and Mr: Clar
ence Chappell visited Mrs. W. W
Chappell Saturday afternoon.
Mr. J. 0. Chappell and Joseph
Chappell made a business trip to Eli
zabeth City Saturday.
Mr. Nurney Chappell and Miss
Edna Phthisic were the guests of
Mrs. W. W. Chappell Friday night.
Mr. James Rountree and his grand
son, John Ward, visited his daughter.
Mrs. Purvis Chappell, Sunday.
Mr. Harry Chappell, of Newton,
spent the Christmas holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Chap
pell.''. . ':
Mr. and Mrs. Heywood Phthisic and
ch'ldren, of Edenton; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Lane and children, of Ry
land; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perry, of Nor
folk, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Phthisic and Mr. Nurney - Chappell
spent Christmas... with ' Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Laura Ward visited Mrs. E. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Chappell
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Perry.
Mrs. J. T. Chappell and daughters,
Cassie and Gladys, spent Wednesday
with Mrs. G. E.- Hunter.
vMr. and Mrs. Hubert Chappell vis
itei Mr. and, Mrs. E.,N. Chappell on
Friday. ; . - .
Blr. and Mrs Louis' 1. Winslow
vi r!ted his parents a Mr, , and Mrs.
( Noah Winslow. (ThrintmAii Tw
- Mrs. J. R. Chappell visited Mrs.
Troy Chappell Wednesday. 1
r, and Jtfra., W, D. Perry and son,
ox Bethel; Mr. and i--mau Hubert
Chappell; VMriv EnC Chappell,' Mr.
and Mrs. C J. Raper and family vis
ited. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Chappell
Cnristmas. - ir v ,
Mrs. C J. Raper and children vis
ited Mrs. J. 0. Chappell Friday.
Miaa aiffltfUt1Ml j Miss
Joanita a Lane visited Miss Sybil
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Winslow and
son, of Whiteston; Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Chappell and daughters spent
Christmas Day with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Chappell.
T. G. Forbes and daughter, Anna,
spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Forbes of Norfolk, Va.
Miss Syble Blanchard of Sunbury
spent the week-end with Miss Orene
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Layden and
daughters, Lulu Mae and Elizabeth
of Elizabeth City visited Mrs. Sarah
Layden Sunday afternoon..
Miss Norma Nixon of Bagley
Swamp spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. V. C. Lane.
Miss Syble Layden spent the week
with Miss Lulu Mae Layden of Eliza
Miss Syble White of Tyner spent
the week-end with Miss Attie Chap
pell. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Smith included Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Smith and family of Tarboro, Mr. and
Mrs.. Gordon Shannonhouse and fam
ily, Willie, Charlie and S. B. Smith,
Miss Leona Lewis and Miss Elisa
beth Williams of Elisabeth City; Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Whedbee of Washing
ton, D. C.
Garage Destroyed By Fire
Mr. F. C. White's garage was com
pletely 'destroyed by fire on Sunday
night, December 80th. The fire "Was
thought to have started from a short
circuit in the light plant. Mr. White
lost lots of valuable and expensive
tools and lumber. Mr. Byrd, an em
ployee of Mr. White, lost his Ford
car, which was in the back end of the
garage. I he ore had such a start
when first seen that only a few small
tools were saved. The wind seemed
to be in favor of the surrounding
buildings as the garage was the only
building to burn.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winslow had
quite a scare. All of their furniture
and household goods were removed
from their home. J. M. Copeland
had to continually watch his home as
the fire was blowing sparks all over
his place. A number of trees were
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks for
the many kindnesses extended to us
during the illness of the late T. N.
Gregory, and at the time of his
For every thoughtful act of kind
ness and every expression of sym
pathy we are most grateful.
CHEVROLET DEALERS ADD
TWO MEN TO SALES FORCE
L. N. Hollowell, the local Chevro
let dealer, says that last Saturday
was one of - the best days he ever
had. He sold six new cars on that
Incidentally, the Hollowell Chevro
let Company has employed two more
salesmen on their force.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Long, of Pitts
burg Pja., Mrs. James Parrish;M of
NorfolkVa.; Mrs. Deadie Long and
Ashley Brown, jof Elizabeth City, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Preston Long dur
Miss Frances Gertrude Fleetwood;
who teaches at' Chinquapin, left, Sun
day after spending the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. Mary Hayman has returned
from Richmond, Va., where she spen
the Christmas holidays with rela
tives, n i nj
Vance and Marjorie Proctor return
ed home" Sunday after spending the
holidays in Raleigh and High Point
.- Mr.' and Mrs. Henry - Long - and
daughter, Miss Eloise Long, of Elisa
beth City, visited relatives here on
Sunday,. ' ' '. - . .
Miss Leone Wflliams spent Christ
mas near Edenton with her " aunt,
Mm. 0. C. Terry. " --' " , , ; '
' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson and
children, of Norfolk, Va., returneTI
home Monday after A visit to her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs,' W, C Perry. ,
.V Miss Ruby . Keaton'f has returned
to Richmond, Va., after spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R R. Keaton.i..
Mr.' and Mrs.. Rov Chanrjell. . Miss v.
Certfe Chappell - and Mrs." Preston
Long attended tie f.crJ t 1 1
of Mr. 3. T. Brum, of EertTard, Sun
day afternoon. ' , ' ' - , v
tMr. and Mrs. C B. Chappell visited
Mr. and Mrs. Wt F, Corprew of near
Edenton Sunday. , ! ' r. r V
' -Mr., and Mrs. & T. Phi3ips,and
children visited .friends at Elizabeth
City Sunday. - ' s -' -v
r Mr. and ' Mrs. A. D. Thach and
Mrs. ! Miles ' Dail of Yeopim Station
visited. Henry Mansfield Sunday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Broughton of
Hertford -were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs.' Tom Broughton ; :
, Mr. and Mrs. .Oscar, .Perry and chil
dren of neai Edenton spent Sunday
evening visiting friends in the conv
monity."" ' -7; - -;-, '
Mr. and . Mrs. W B, Davenport of
near Edenton called at the home of
her father, J. H. Mansfield, Monday.
Miss Eliza Bunch and Mr. Hubert
Chappell were quietly married in Suf.
folk, Va., on December 13, 1984, by
the Rev. L W. Johnson at his home.
xne Dnae is tne attraebve young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Osia Bunch
of Hobbsville. Mr. Chappell is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 Chappell,
of Belvidere. The young couple, who
have a large circle of friends, will
make their home at Belvidere.
MISS PATTIE DIMMETTE
HONORED AT NEW HOPE
Miss Pattie Dimmette was honored
on Friday night by the members of
the Margurite Missionary Society of
the New Hope M. E. Church, who
gave her a shower of useful gifts at
the home of the 'president, Mrs. C. B.
Goodman, where she was a guest.
Rev. Mr, Dimmette and Mrs. Dim
mette were also presented with an
The guests included Mesdames G.
L. Turner, Dan Simpson, Lizzie Bar
clift, Virginia Jackson, Rosa Green,
Joe Gregory, Hebef Barclift, Elmer
Banks, Johnnie Everett, J. W. Dim
mette and Misses Pattie Dimmette,
Maude Simpson, Annie Whaley and
Mr. Dimmette and his two sons.
CANTATA GIVEN SUNDAY
' AT METHODIST CHURCH
The Christmas cantata which was
to have been given by the Junior
Choir at the Hertford M. E,. Church
on Sunday night before Christmas
will be given on next Sunday night.
Due to trouble with the heating plant
of the church, the cantata was not
given as scheduled.
Going! Going! Gone!
... to Florida, the land of Sun
with another load of those Nice
shine and Flowers, and will be
back about Thursday, January 3rd,
Sweet Oranges, Grapefruit and
Tangerines at prices that everyone
Located Saturdays next to Hert
ford Bank, Hertford Hardware
Store and at 87 Market Street
Sanitary Pish Market
Phone Now V ?u We Deliver
I LOST MY. BEST CUSTOMERS THROUGH
RATS, WRITES J. ADAMS OF 427 MAIN
STREET. TRENTON, NEW JERSEY
Used to have the busiest Restaurant in town until news spread
that the kitchen was infested with rats. Lost a -lot of my best cus
tomers until I tried BEST-YET. Haven't a pest in the place now. All
Restaurants should use BEST-YET.., It's the new Red Squill powder
that if put around in dark places will cause rats to disappear.' Comes
in two sizes, 2 oz. size 25c, 5 oz. size 50c Sold and guaranteed by
J. C. Blanchard & Co., 'and Reed & Felton.
Eastern' -CfawLao' G:1Cc:u
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
4 Having qualified as Administrator
with will annexed of the estate of
SalL'e D. : Jordan, - deceased, late of
Perquimans County, -North Carolina.
this i3 to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at Hertford N. C Route No.
1. on or before tho 29th day of No
vember, 1935,, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate payment s J
This 29th. day of November 1984.,
f-TOL KENNETH JORDAN,
Administrator,- Will Annexed, of
b SaUie D. Jordan.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
' Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of E. W. Stallings, de
ceased, late ' of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Belvidere,
N. C, on or before the 13th day of
December, 1985, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This 18th day of December, 1934.
Admix Istrator of E. W. Stallings.
Sale Of Valuable Property
The undersigned will offer for sale,
for cash, on Friday, January 11th,
1935, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the resi
dence of the late S. C. Nowell, in
Belvidere Township, the following
About 100 barrels of corn.
About 500 bales of peanut hay.
5 horse carts.
2 riding plows.
1 disc plow.
1 stalk cutter.
. 1 com planter.
1 peanut planter.
1 Gordan bean harvester
1 Little Giant bean harvester.
1 hay bailer, and other personal
J. W. WARD,
Administrator of S. C Nowell.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of J. J. Chappell, de
ceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Hertford,
N. C, on or before the 6th day of
December, 1985, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
This 6th day of December, 1934.
JULIAN A. CHAPPELL,
Administrator of J. J. Chappell, Dec'd
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of a Mortgage Deed
executed to me by Vernon Ward,
Mary M. Ward, his wife, and Mary
E. Ward for certain purposes there
in mentioned, which said mortgage
deed bears date December 81, 1924,
and is registered in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Perquimans
mmin m m m m m m rw m i
IS THE.TIME TO BUY
OR PERTIUZERS AND
HERTFORD, N. C.
County, N. G in hock 11, rt Yi
I shall on Monday, Jr..zry 21, -
at 12 o'clock noon, offer for uli tt
public auction, for cash, at the Court ,:
House door in Hertford,' N. C, the
nvnnnrtv pnnvvAr tn m fa ' no
Hff l n j ! j ,i j ' )?
VEMu z., -t ' , '''J- V t ,i
' d Lying on the east side of Frog Hall
road, commencing at a cedar post on y;
said road, thence running an east
erly course, across v the field to' a-r
marked cherry tree at the end of s f:
ditch, thence along said ' ditch, a
straight course to formerly the W. 3. H
Blanchard. line '.down' the center of f
swamp to George Jennings line,
thence up a branch ' along said Jen- p
hlngs line to said , Frog' Hall road,t,
thence along said road to first sta-i ,
tion. Containing 40 acres more or
less. ' For.'' further ' description : tee
Deed Book No. 2 page 419, Registry -Perquimans
County. - The interest'
conveyed is a one-half undivided in
terest in the above described prop-'
This 20th day of December, 1934.
CHAS. JOHNSON, -Administrator
of L. W. Norman,
Noah Reynolds and Annie M. Rey
nolds and all heirs at law Of Noah
Reynolds, deceased, in being or
not in being, together with tiieir
respective wives or husbands, if
any, whose names and resiffences'
are nnltnowB.--,'':" wfl? j
NOTICE OF SUMMONS t !
The defendants above ' named and
all persons having or claiming any
interest, vested or contingent, in or
to the lots or parcels of land'herein
after described, and described in. the
complaint filed herein, and any such
ones : as are non-residents of th
State of North Carolina, or whoso -names
and residences are unknown.
and all minors, mental incompetents,
or persons under other disabilities, or
persons not in being, or whose names
and residences - are not known, or
persons who may, in any contingency;
becomo interested In said lands, but
because of snch contingency cannot
be ascertained, and to Whom the- re
mainder. or reversionary interests in
said lands will or may go, together
with the respective wives or husbands
of all such persons, will take notice
that an action ay above ntitled has
been commenced in;; the Superior .
Court of Perquimans - County, North
Carolina, for the purpose of foreclos
ing certain Tax . Certificates of Sale
for taxes for the year 1931 owned and'
held by Charles Johnson, 'and for
other taxes, costs and interest and
penalties due Charles Johnson, which
are. liens upon a certain tract, lot or
parcel of land listed for the year 1931
and other years shown in the com,-
plaint in said action in the name of -Noah
Reynolds, in Perquimans Coun
ty, North Carolina, described as fol
lows: , -
A certain tract of land containing
acres, more or less, bounded by the
lands of Charles Johnson, Brights
Mill Creek and being' more, particu
larly described in a certain deed in
Book 8, page 184, Perquimans Coun- .
ty Records, which see for further'
And the relief demanded consists
wholly or partly in excluding all per
sons from any actual .interest or lien
in or to said lands. .,v;
And the narties will further; take I
notice that they are required to ap-' ,
pear before the Clerk of the Superior -Court
of Penjuimans County, North
Carolina, at his office in the City of .
Hertford, on the 4th day of .February,
1935, and answer or demur to the
complaint filed in said action, or the .
plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in the complaint:
This the - 24th , day of December,
1934. - - , '
Clerk of the Superior Court of , '
Perquimans County, . North"
Carolina. ' . , ( Jan4,ll,18,25