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Mrs. Eaywobd "Phthisic and chil
dren, Delorine and Haywood McKay,
V who live near Edenton,- , spent the
' ; week-end with Mr. and Mm. Herbert
, k: Mrs. Archie Layden fend daughter,
' Doris, and Mrs. Basjl Copeland, from,
jtt? near : Belvidere, .-visited ; Mrs.. A. JU
-I'! Hollowell on Friday afternoon. Vv
V. Misses Mary Lee Davis' and Mon-
: p i?taze JJyrum spent the' week-end with-
$ "Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis
1 ' Born 'to Mr. - and Mrs. Tommie
V Boyce on February 22nd, a son. ;
j v Mrs. Ely Jordan returned home on
V, Saturday after spending a week with
. her sister, Mrs. Roy Parka. '
' R. R. Parks, Johnnie Chappell, L.
, ";'T. Chappell and Alvah Hollowell mo-
. t stored to Chuckatuck; Va., on Sunday
. w . afternoon.
?! Mrs. Robert 'Bunch, who lives near
Evans Mill, spent the past week with
her narents. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Ward.
I Mis Pauline" Hollowell was carried
to Lake View Hospital,; Suffolk, Va.,
Monday night to undergg an operation
i I Misses Thelma Ward and Gertrude
W: .Taclrann visited Mrs. Palen Lane on
Mrs. Clarence Lane, of Elizabeth
City, spent last week with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Saunders
Mrs. Will Outland visited Mrs. Lon-
nie Boyce on Sunday afternoon,
t Mrs. Roy Parks. Mrs. Harriett
I Parks and L. T. Chappell called on
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parks, in Rocky
Hock Tuesday afternoon.
V'i Mrs. Sam Nixon, of Holly's Wharf,
i spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs
ift Ella Mae Ward.
iV NT onH Mm:''W. W Hnwpll visited
relatives in Gates bounty on sunaay.
Mrs. Herbert Lane and little son
Herbert Ray. spent Tuesday and
Wednesday with Mrs. Lane's mother,
Mrs. Mary Phthisic, near Belvidere,
Mrs. Tempie Eason spent a few
I -days last week with Mrs. C. A
a' Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Boyce and two
; children, Sarah Jane and G. A., visit
ed Mrs. Boyce'a parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Tom Ellis, near Sunbury, on Sunday
Mr. Lloyd and Miss Albertha Dail
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Merrill Copeland on Sunday.
Mrs. L. R. Ward visited Mrs. Irvin
Copeland Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Sherman Parks, of Edenton, is
visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Parks, this week. ,
Mrs. Will Boyce, Mrs. G. A. Boyce !
and children, . Mrs. R. S. Ward, and
daughter, - Lelia Foye, visited Miss
Mary Lee Davis Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Copeland vis
ited relatives Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. T. L. Ward spent Thursday
with Miss Gertrude Jackson.
Miss Ruth Alice Chappell is ill with
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jordan and
daughter, Miss Evelyn, spent Friday
in Suffolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jordan and
children spent Sunday with Mr. Jor
dan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Mrs. Lucius Stafford and little son,
of Norfolk, Va., visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Copeland, last
we i. ' ' i -itUllLIII
' f -
',; 1 Mrs. Susie Hollowell returned to
f,J her home Sunday, after a week's stay
'-r,K with her daughters, Mrs. Oscar Aus
n,. tin and Mrs.- Marvin Russell, of
IV Drum Hill. "
'" , , ' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith, of Nor-
- ! j.uia, v a., vitutcu xura. ouuui a yt
T TOnta TlTr. aiiA. Mn HmtnrA rVmolnnrl
over the week-end.. Mrs. Smith was
formerly Miss Elnofa Copeland, 'her
marriage being celebrated in Norfolk
on Thursday, Feb, 2L-'
The Adult Ladies' Class of Hobbs
'" ville Sunday School met with Mrs.
" Martha Rountree -Wednesday after
'noon. . After an interesting program,
a delicious sweet course 'was served.
, Those present were: Mrs. T. W.
, .'Blanchard, Mrs. 0. Ward, Mrs. R. O.
j-' Hobbs, Mrs. P. D. Hobbs, Mrs. Alice
i ; -i Hinton, Mrs. Matt'e Hollowell,-Mrs,
Martha Rountree '' and - Miss Iona
V t Rountree - ", . -f
- "4 Mrs. Moody Hollowell, Mrs. Daisy
' i Spivey and Miss. William Spivey
s snent Saturday in Hertford with Mrs.
, V iJuTman White. ' s'
The Sewing Circle met; with Mrs..
, Warner Bunch - on Friday evening,
v ,t Games were played during the social
hour. Those present were: Mrs. El
' i ton Eure, Mrs.-A. M. A. Hollowell,
' Mrs. E. At Bunch, Mrs. Clinton Holl-
owell, Mrs. Warner Bunch, Mrs. Hay
'." wood Bunch, Mrs. Alfred Hobbs, Mrs.
Osia Bunch, Mra. Pool HobbsMrs.
Moody Hollowell, Mrs. EraxtonHoll
. 't . owell, Mrs. - ,Earl EI-nchard,- Mrs.
; Charlie Spivey, Mrs.' IrvlA Hvlbwell,
" I Mrs. Dixie Hollowell, I'rs. Alice
' V Hinton, Mrs, Mattie-. Hollo-''l, Mrs.
H Daisy Spivey, MrsTl. D- Col' .1, of
KS t Bayboro; Kisses Tanr.:a HvIIi, I"t
, 1 1 tie IIcLla, Doris Bunch, Doris IIoIHo-
well, Tzi r:oi::a, Ai::e Kae, r.-y
' Lee aai C::r-ia T-unch, Lena Hoilo-
, well and n vey,
, "Pa, what 'Is a bookwormf
a man who loves books, my son." .
-l "Then la a man who loves flsh a flsh
in our midst Saturday.
Miss Beulah Copeland was hostess
at a miscellaneous shower on Monday
evening at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Copeland, honor
ing her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Smith,
Games and contests were ' enjoyed,
and prizes were won by Mrs. Irvin
Blanchard and Mrs. Moody Hollowell.
The hostess served a delicious
sweet course to the following: Mr,
and Mrs. Clinton Stallings, Mr. and
Mrs. Irvin Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs.
Erson Blanchard, Mr. an1 Mrs. Albert
Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Elton Euie, Mr,
and Mrs. Clinton Hollowell, Mr. and
Mrs. Hoyt Hollowell, Mr. and Mrs,
Lloyd Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henford
Copeland, Mrs. Warner Bunch, Mrs.
Lloyd Briggs, Mrs A. M. A. HolV
well, Mrs. Moody Hollowell, Mrs.
Braxton Hollowell, Mrs. Haywood
Bunch, Mrs. W. H. Riddick, Mrs. Alice
Hinton, Mrs. Daisy Spivey, Mrs,
Dixie Hollowell; Misses All'e Mae
and Ruby Lee Bunch, Novella, Etha
and Flora Winslow, Dons Bunch
Geneva Winslow, Azeal Bunch, Beu
lah Copeland, and William Spivey;
Messrs. Quint Bunch, Edward Chap
pell, Otto and McCoy Bunch, Noel
Hobbs, Richard Hinton, Hillard Bunch
Curtis Hollowell, Bryant White, An
drew Bunch, James Thomas Copeland
and Delton Copeland. The bride re
ceived many pretty and useful gifts
Mrs. W. A. Mansfield and little son
have returned from Edenton, where
they visited Mrs. Mansfield's parents.
Shelton Godfrey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. S. D. Godfrey, of Woodville,
and a graduate of the class of 1931,
is expected home about March 4th
Shelton has made two trips to Cuba
pnd is now in Boston.
The P. T. A. of the Woodville
school was held Monday night with
quite "a number of members present.
In the absence of the president, Mrs.
S. D. Godfrey presided. Mis3 Hollo
well of the Woodville school faculty,
led the devotional, and the children
of the school gave a very interesting
"Washington Day" program.
The many friends of Mrs. G. A.
Wood are grieved to learn that she
continues so ill at her home at Wood
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Peoples, of Fayette
ville, were the week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Fowler at Woodville.
Mrs. J. C. Wilson spent Tuesday
afternoon in Elizabeth City.
Watson Whitehead, of the C. C.
Camp, near Swan Quarter, spent the
week-end with his mother, Mrs. Ber
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory mo
tored to Washington and Belhaven
Mrs. Paul Gregory, of Elizabeth
City, spent Friday with her mother,
Mrs. Henry Stokeley, at Woodville.
' Mr. Emmett Bright, who has been
ill at his home at Okisko, is improv
Rev. 0. Jack Murphey filled his
regular appointment Sunday at Wood,
ville Baptist Church.
P. T. A. HAS REGULAR MEETING
The P. T, A. of Chapanoke schqol
held its regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock,
in the school room. Mrs. C. P. Quin
cy, president, conducted the devo
tional.., Reading of the minutes of the
previous meeting 'was made by the
secretary, Mrs. J. C. Wilson. A solo
by Miss , Nina Mae Pierce was enjoy
ed very much. Several of the pupils
gave interesting readings. The la
dies taking part in the program were
Mrs, John.Asbell, Mrs. C. P. Quincy
end Mrs. J. CWilson.
SHOWER FOR BABY
, Mrs. ' Edward Gregory and Mrs.
Loftin Riddick wese joint hostesses at
a shower for little Lloyd Francis
White, on - Tuesday evening af the
home of Mrs. Edward .Gregory,1" ? 'A
delicious salad . course ;waa served.
Those rememberihg.' the ' baby . with
gifts weret. Mrs. J. A. Mercer,' Mrs.
W..R. Mercer,' Mrs; Henry.. Elliott,
Mrs." Mary Bray, Mrs." Johnnie Bray,
.Krs: G. W. Gregdry,. Wallace Wood,
G. JC Cuthrell, Mrs. R. L. Perry, Mrs.-
J. a Wf-":. C A. Bogue, C C Etm
yer, G. W. Sawyer, C A. Cook, Mur
den tcke?y, T!izabeth Eure, f Loftin
Hddlck, Lloyd White, J. C. Wilson,
' 'J. II. Cre?rr; .Misses IJllie
I " - .ry, Margaret
j . ), Geneva Own -
1 VI, and Lloyd
' Mrs. Odett Cartwright,' who before
her recent marriage' was' Miss Doro
thy Matthews, was honored at a de
lightful miscellaneous shower" given
at the home of her mother, Mrs. W.
E. Matthews, on Friday evenings -
Games and-contests were features
of entertainment, ''and-" a ' delicious
sweet course was served.-
The honoree received many beauti
ful and useful gifts..
Those present included, in addition
to the honoree, Mr. and Mrs. Odell
Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Eure, Mr. and -Mrs., George Eure, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. George Eure, Sr., Mrs,
James Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. S. P,
Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Benton, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Elliott. Mrs. Henry Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Harrell, Mr. and
Mrs. W- H. Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs,
D. M. Cartwright, Mrs. Luther
Umphlett, Mr. and Mrs. George Sut
ton, Mrs. W. T. Elliott, Mrs. I. L
White, Mrf.-, John Chappell, Mrs.
Frank Winslow, Mr. and MrsJ Vernon
Winslow, Mrs. Willie White, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Harrell, Mr. and Mrs.
Moody Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Mathews
Mrs. W. E. Mathews, Mr. ahd.Mrs,
Marvin Benton, Mrs. W. M. Mathews,
Mr. and Mrs. Crafton Mathews, Mr,
ana Mrs. Claude White, Misses Lessie
Elliott, Sarah Elizabeth Elliott,
Eleanor Eure, Maude Cartwright,
Maxine Harrell, Blanche Cartwright,
Lucille Cartwright, Evelyn Caddy,
Marian Elliott, Eunice Harrell, Nellie
Mae Lane, Carloyn Dean Harrell,
Nannie Howell Sawyer, Ida , Perry
Mathews, Katherine Britt, Hazel
Ainsley, Addie White, Hazel Math
ews, Sallie B. Wood, Annie Mae
Mathews, and Daisy Mathews; Mes
srs. J. B. Eure, George Curtis Eure,
Lawrence Lee Sutton, John Newby
Winslow, Wm. Cartwright, Harry
Winslow, James Harrell, William Ed
ward White, Jr., John Robert Eure,
John Elmer Wood, George Wood, Her.
bert Eure, Jr., Albert Jones, Vivian
Mathews, Hazel Mathews, Ned Math
ews, Mr. and Mrs. Ned MatFews.
Mrs. C. B. White is visiting her
sons, Roscoe and Lee White, in Nor
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Corprew, from
near Edenton, took supper with Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Nixon on Sunday
Mrs. J. L. Nixon, Mrs. D. R. True
blood, Mrs. J. L. DeLaney and Mrs. J.
W. Nowell attended the Missionary
Institute of the M. E. Church held in
Edenton on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hollowell, Mrs.
J. H. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Hollowell attended a birthday dinner
in honor of Mrs. J. M. Matthews, in
Pasquotank County, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell spent
Saturday night in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. W. F. Morgan, who has been
sick for some time, is improving.
Miss Bertha Chappell, of Hertford, is
substituting as teacher in the Winfall
school during Mrs. Morgan's illness.
Dr. C. C. White, of Baltimore, Md.,
and Mrs. L. S. Simpson, of Norfolk,
Va., spent Sunday with their sister,
Miss Dona White.
Mrs. Evelyn Land and her mother,
Mrs. Nona Nowell, spent Wednesday
with Mrs. J. W. Nowell.
"BEAN TOWN BABY SHOW"
TO BE STAGED SHORTLY
"Bean Town Baby Show," is the
name of the one-act musical comedy
which will be staged at the Hertford
Grammar School in the near future,
by Mrs. B. G. Koonce. The proceeds
of the show will go to the building
fund of the M. E. Church.
RESUMES TEACHING DUTIES
Miss Helen Gaither, who has been
sick for some time, is convalescent
and returned to her duties as teacher
of mathematics in the Perquimans
High School on Monday. Mrs. Charlie
Skinner substituted for Miss Gaither
at the Perquimans High during her
absence. ; : '
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified . as Executrix of
the estate of .J.,T. Brinn, deceased,
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. Con or
before the 17th day of January, 'i936l,
or this notice will be pleaded In bar
of thejf . recovery? "All persons in
debted to said estate will please make
, This 17th day of January 1936
: V LILLIEBELLE E. BRINN,
; a Executrix of J. T. Brinn.
tw,,. NOTICE OF.-SALE-" --
By virtue of a Decree of the 'Su
perior Court of Perquimans County
made in the cause of E. M. Perry et
als vs ' Muldrow Sawyer et als. the
undersigned Commissioner will: off otr
an stte at' Public Auction at the
Courtise Door in Hertford: Perui-
J r. :s C2untv.:N . c:. to"-th"l' -it
1 bIJdir for cash on Thursday.' the UJh
ofty of March, 18S5, at 12:CQ o'clock
The following, described landsJying
and .being in New Hope .Township,
Perquimans County, N. C, deserihed:
as follows: ' '.
1st Tract. Berinning on the Wood
ville-New Hope Road at Horse
Bridge, then up the Woodville Road li
to the road leading to Ernest Morse,
thence down that Road to, the: lands
of Sam Banks, thence down, the Sam
Banks' line to the Middle of the
Swamp, thence down the middle oft
the swamp to Horse Bridge, the place
or Beginning, containing 26 acres,
more or less.
2nd Tract: Beginning on Deep
Creek at the Ben Gray Hfte then- up
the Ureek to the Dock Moss line, thee
along the Dock Moss line to Ben
Gray line, then along Ben Gray line
to the first station, containing 40
acres, more or less.
'Both tracts known as the Ephriam
Godfrey and wife tracts of land.
SILAS M. WHEDBEE,
Dated and posted Feb. 11, 1935.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Elizabeth White Ridolft, Plaintiff
Renato Joseph Ridolft, Defendant.
The defendant above named will
take notice that an aetion entitled as
above has been commenced in Su
perior Court of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, to obtain a divorce
(a vinculo) against the defendant on
the grounds of continuous separation;
and the defendant will further take
notice that he is required to appear
at the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of said county at Hert
ford, N. C, within thirty days from
the 14th day of March, 1935, the date
of the final publication of this notice,
and answer or demur to the" com
plaint in this cause or the plaintiff
will move the Court for the relief de
manded in said complaint.
This 20th day of February, 1935.
W. H. PITT,
Clerk Superior Court, Perquimans
County, N. C.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as administratrix
of the estate of Henry C. Ward, 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 Elizabeth
City, N. C, on or before the 8th day
of February, 1936, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
6 ':,'' "
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All' persona Mebted to said estate
mil! please make immediate payment.
This &t& day ef February, 1935.
MOLLIS W. LANE,
A(fimnifltratrix of Henry C. Ward.
NOTICE OF SALE
By virtue of a Decree of the Su
perior Court of Perquimans County,
made in the cause of Ivan E. Riddick
and wife et als Ex Parte the under
signed Commissioner will offer for
sale at Public Outcry at the Court
House Door in Hertford, Perquimans
County, N. C, to the highest bidder
for cash on Saturday, the 23rd day
of March, 1935, at 12 O'clock Noon
The Following described Tracts of
land lying and being in Belvidere
Township, Perquimans County, N. C
1st Tract. Known as the "Home
Place" adjoining the lands of Mrs. J.
E. Bunch, R. A. Baker, James Twine,
Winslow heirs and John Riddick, con
taining 25 acres, more or less.
2nd Tract. Known as the Perry
Tract adjoining the lands of John
Riddick, W. M. Eason, the Twine
lands and others, containing 67 acres,
more or less.
3rd Tract. Known as the "Low
Ground land" adjoining the lands of I
William C. Chappell, the Twine heirs
NEW TANS, BROWNS, GREYS MIXTURES
Priced Very Pleasingly
$.75 $2.00 02.50
I M O N
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HERTFORD, N. C.
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and the low ground road,, containing ,
40 acres, more or less. ,
4th Tract. Known , as the "Stable
Tract" adjoining the lands of Ruf us
Twine, Will Stallings, the Ada Wingo ,
Tract, L. H. Hurdle and others,1 con
tabling SO acres, more or iesa. ,
The said lands being the lands
which were formerly owned by the
late W. A. Riddick and his - wife,
Ella S. Riddick. v? .'
SILAS M. WHEDBEE,
Dated and posted this
Feb. 16, 1935.
Feb.21,28Mar.7,14: ' ' ;
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having, quajifled as Administratrix
of the estate of A. J. Jones, deceased,
late of Perquimans County, North
Carolina, this ifr to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased' to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Wtnfall, N. C, on or
before the 15th day of February,
1936, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted' to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This 15 day of February, 1935.
MRS. BETTIE A. JONES,
Administratrix of A. J. Jones.
OSee our extra light
weight Hats . . . larg
est assortment we
ihave ever had.