M 3. Elliott of Weldon will spend
' the. week-end in ' Hertford! He will
be Accompanied home by, Mrs. Elliott,
wha has spent the 'past two weeks
with her mother, Mrs. TK W. Smith
. Misa France Fowler, who teaches
at Marlon, will return, home, on Sat
urday for her summer vacation.
Dr.- Este .'Butler, of.Smkhfteld,
spent the week-end, with Jus brother,
Dr, Luther H- Butler, in Hertford!, A
' Mfcs Blanche Everett has returned
, from the Protestant HospftaLm Nor
folk;" where, she underwent an opera1
. ev. thillin Eh" White and Mrs.
nwi ox - iieaKsviue,r visuea jars.
White's mother, Mrs. L. W. Norman,
foKa few days this week."
3. K. NewboW, of Glen Ridge, N.
X, 1s spending!, a few. days. with his
mother, Mrs. K. R. Newbold.
Mrs. Braxton Dawson and her little
daughter, Nancy, of Elizabeth City,
spent Tuesday here with Mrs. Daw
Mng parents, Mr, And Mn. Thomas
Miss Mattie Gatling White is visit
ma; her sister,. Mrs. N.. C Barefoot,
. Ut. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell spent
tth J week-end: M; Norfolk, visiting
friends. ...'.: --V,-'-
lirs. T. N. Gregory, forme Hert
ford resident, who now lives in Nor
Hertford out Sandav.
Sunday with Mr and Mfc.T. C. Par
tinjJn Norwlkj." '."
Mrs. TTChr3i,I M ,L)ni,,
Vai, attending the annual meeting, of
thcj, Woman's Missionary Society' of
thejM. E. Church South.
Robert BijllpwelL, whfc i a, student
attDuke University, accompanied by
Wade WUliainsj who is also; a student
at Duke, 8penTth wekd with, his
patents, Mr, and Mrs. L. N. HolloweD,
Misses Winnie Winslow, of Whites
ton; Miss Lucille Sutton and Miss
Jeaj Wlute, of, rtfor,, ai!4uBay-,
mond Winslow, of Whlteston, spent
Sunday at Morehead City.
Miss Katherine Gap-ett of Eliza
beth Citywaf thi'wsend guest of
Mrs. Melrin Owens,
Mrs. W. T. McMullan has returned
from a visit to friends in Belhaven.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bundy of
Elisabeth City, visited Mf. and.MfS.
T. H. Sumner on Sunday.
atlases, Florence . Darden , and, Anne
Tullie Felton spent the week-end in
Mrs. Joe Davis and her little
. daughter, Bettie, are guests of Mrs.
Davis' parents, Rev. B. P. Robinson,
And Mrs. Robinson.
. Earl Pierce, of Norfolk, spent the
Week-end with his parents, Mr. and
MnkE. S. Pierce.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pollard, of
Bethel, made a brief visit to relatives
in Hertford on-Sunday ..nifhj -
Mi8 Beulah Chappell spent Sun-
day afternoon with Misses Marie
: and. Margaret Raper.
lira. E. N. Chappell spent Monday
'.Witb, Mrs. Hubert Chappell, of Belvi
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Chappell spent
''Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Maggie
Mrs. J. 0. Chappell spent Tuesday
, morning with her mother, Mrs. W.
' Miss Sybil Chappell has returned
. ' noma after spending a few days with
1 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Chappell.
' Miss Lorna Brothers was the week
end .guest of Mies Alma Leggett in
Mn an'd.Mra. Bill. O'Donnell spent
ihe .week-end with relatives in Ashe-.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Winslow, Mr.
- and Mrs. Willie . Winslow and daugh-
' ter, uiona, oi ueividere, were guests
' of Mr. and; Mrs. Lloyd Winslow on
' Raymond , and Winnie Winslow
spent Sunday with their , uncle. Rev.,
t J Ml JntUtfi i ttntt f oMitlv in Kfinau
j 'wall. :, '
"i Rev. M. 0.. Stephenson, of Center
i. Hillwas the guest of John R. Jolliff
: jt, Monday mght.
, ji- Rev. M. 0. Stephenson and Misses
&ManoIa and Wilma Jolliff were uestf
iof Rev. Mr. Stephenson's mother in
if Rooky Mount Tuesday. While theje,
T" they visited Rev. Julian Midyette, a
former pastor on the Chowan" Circuit,
wh.ia a "patient in Park Vsv Hoi
'j'pltaL' s t-.,
. xe .'Mr. Jesse T. Winslovf: , wjshes to
ttak this means of expressing his af
nu-pw'ation for the numerous kind re-
me. jrance shown him last Satur-
Ak. M being his 80th birthday anni-
,. "t.r .ry. He. wSo showered., with
' " iay'greetinga from friends' in
. jeth City, -Hertford,, Richmond,
, Va., and other places ; Besides, tjhe 44
c&r i received, Mr. Winslow received
t- piry ,andriisefj4,gtsi;, from.
' r," .d friendsi ' He U in fairly
f .v I'Jj, and it active in eonimun-
iji ;sts. it g," vf;??;,'
7 , T llliii eounty -'agfcnt of
j County, says mora than
i Live been set in ' the
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Byrum and fam
ily of Hertford, visited Mr.and Mrs,
George Byrum Sunday afternoon.
. Mr. and Mrs. Louia Winslow and
children, of Gates Qounty,. were the
guesxs oi Jar. ana irs. w. j, yuuana
I LitUe Miss' Annie Louise Jordan is
visiting, her grandparents, .Mr. 'and
Mrs. John Goodwin, of Smlthflfldji V
- Mrs, Ajvah Smith and; little, dangn
ter were guests ox am. w. t. ay-
rum ThnrndAw. t"
i MiaitCtrtxtide, Jackson and Mary
Lea Davis weMuguestl of Mrs. Gur
ney Byrum, it Cross Roads, Sunday
Mrs, C B. Lamb, visited , her sister,
Mrs.' Ernest, Byrum, a Cross Roads,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Jordan and
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Nereus Jordan Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Harnett Parks , spent Monday
afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. W.
. Davis, at Sign Pine.
Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Evans, and
children visited Mrs. Evans' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Copeland, on
Wed?s6y.eyeningj ' ::-v?-:-a''v.
Mr. MflV Mrs. H Hi Bweil visited
relatives in Gates County Sunday.
Mr. Oi a Wardi Mist- HnMrva
yfttft K: andi Mrsi Ev G. Btochard
and.duTdren,, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
lr, ChappeU, an chUdrenf i and
rs. MoBie Ward visited Mn. Louisa
Mrs. George Byrum entertained a
Uxxf,, number- of hev friends, last
Thursday afternoon at a peanu, pop
ping ..social. Mrs. Byrum aerved a
variety of candies and akes. -,
' Misa ' Evelyn Jordan spent , the
wek-end with, her uncle, and ; aunt,
Rev. J. T. Byrum and Mrs, Byrum at
T. E. Parks and children, of Rock?
Hoekr, visited his mother, Mrs.- Har
riett Parks, Sunday afternoon. " .
Mrs. U. A. uoyce ana cnuaren
spent Monday morning,, with , her
mother, Mrs. Tim ElliSr of near Sun
bury. Mn. W. HBoyce visited Mrs. H.
EL Lanet Friday afternoon.
MraUd Mra. M. E. Copeland and
children visited Mrs. Copeland's pa
rents, Mr.,, and Mrs. J, C Datl, Sun
Mrs. V. E. Jordan and children and,
Mrs. Harriett Parks were the guests
of Mrs. Roy Parks Saturday evening.
Mrs. H. I, Ward and , daughter,
Marguerite, Mrs.: Walter Byrum and,
daughter, Regina, were in Edenton
Mrs. Spurgeon Boyce has returned
to her home 4n Durham, after spend
ing the, past week with her mother,
Mrs. a Aj Spiveyk
' Those, who visited in the home f of
Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Lane Sunday
were: Mrs. Mary Phthisic, Mrs. W.
M. Phthisic and little son, Milton
Ellis, and McCoy Phthisic, all from
near Belvidere Mr a Mrs. H. M.
Phthisic and two children, Delorene
and McKay,- from near Edenton; and
Miss Elizabeth Eason. They also had
as their supper guests?. M.vandfMr8
J. u ferryv o.iNorzpiKvij.i Mrs-Kpy
ParkiMjBa.Mar Lee.Dftv and M
Gertdtie : Jatckson,'; Thoniai Jttckson
and LTChappeQ. A' ' r. :
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Bunchj of Hobbs
ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Sunday visitors with Mr,, and. Mrs.
Wi Li White included : Mr. and Mrs.
Arba Winslow, Mr. and Mr. Eugene
Winslow and Clarissa Winslow, of
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. White, of Nor-
folk, Va, spent the week-ad, with
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow. '
Those calling on Mr. and Mrs. W
T. Smith i Sunday included: - Mn and
Mrs.,. Gordon. Shanflonhonsfti and
children, Mildred: Kathleen and Jor-
don, Jr., Miss Margaret Fletcher Miss
Jane Sawyer, Jay Scott, S. B. Smith,
Miss Louise Culpepper and Willie
Smith, all of Elizabeth City, and Ma
rion. Riddick. of Hertford. .. ..
Mr. and Mrs W; H. Lamb and chil
dren, Carolyn, and Frances, of Hert
ford, visited Uft.E. S... White, and sis
ters Sunday afternoon.
- Mn and Mrs. , Osear Felton and
childrenof Hertford, visited Mr. and
Mrs:. Jt.' Chaptxfll &xm&a
" HfiDryJPsrry oi ITuiadelphii -Pa.,
is spending sometime with his moth
er, Mnt Carrie Perry. 1 . r ,
J. M. Hollowell, Hertford Route. 8,
isyeijp steKsthUhome.- : ; f
- MrsT J. ll" Matthews ' of ' fcfia1eth
qty .BonteA, Mrs,, J., E,,Ppwell,,ef,
Portsmouth; Vs., and Mrs. 9: Dr Skin
ner of Berkley, Vs., were called to
the bede of their father, 3. L' Hoi
ldwel,,l j: i
Mr. and Raymond Jordan mo
tored to Washington, N. C, Sunday.
, Miss Lorna Erothers-.of " V.hit-ton
spent the Weekend with lirs. W. G-
IZLa. Alma, Lff ;-t and torn.
Brothers ? and Mr. and Krs.' W. G.
HoHow"f motored "EGzabeth, City
unoay. .,i "iu j -
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Earnhardt and
Jimmy,. Jr I, of Elizabeth City; visited
Mrs. W. S. Houoweu Sunday.
- Mrs. Johnny Gregory and little, son
spent Friday with her' mother, Mrs.
Rev, Q. Jack Murphey, of Elisabeth
City, was calling, on friends in Woodt
vilKe, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. John Bright and daughter,
Mies Lillian, and Mrsr Roy Pierce
spent Tuesday in" Norfolk, Va,
' Johnny Bras is il) a hjshomft near
Woodville, x . r
Sunday with her..sistert Jrs. Johnny
Grearonr. of .-WoodviHe
iffk, is able, to be np now, i i
Miss , Virgin Whito spent the week
end with; her . narenta. Mil and Mrs. J.
Sj Whjte, at.Wood?iU. ,
. H. C Stokley, who,, hjif , been sick
for several weeks, is somewhat better,
, Melvin Wood spnt Sunday;, with
his mother, Mrs. Wallace Wood.
Among those whp went to, Eliza
beth City Friday were:; Mrs. J. C.
White, Mrs Robert Perry, and Mrs.
Wallace Wood, -r
Rev. Wv L. Ley, of Mt. Olivet Cir
cuit, and a,: former;, pastor of Oak
Grove Church, was the, guest of Mr.
and Mjrs.vWW. Lewis lasi week, i
Miss Mildred Xewin entertained her
mday,. School, i,rJa:,a
fg hunt; :v; Many interestingi games
werCplayoV ; Shirley Pesw
1m& iney o wci;sieoiMy irtiii.
freshraants .er served bytthe hosi-
I Mm Leonard has returned to her
hoint aVlAmisbunr after a vistt to
her -daughteij, Mrs. Cook, ' at Wood-
vinew - '--i.: : .
Mr. and Mrsi Gatfimd Tow and;
Mrs. Sheepv of Elizabeth Clty,v spent
$inias:itterBR mi Ufa Mrs.
C P. Qiney. - " ";
MTr and Mrs. ArthuT Harris snent
ihe Week-end 3ithlMittl. ' Sain HarroQ.
! Wi E. Bogus spnt Sunday in. Nor
folk, Vs. !
Mr. Aid Mrs. John SymOns and
children, Jack and . Walter, spent Sun
day in Norfolk,-;V$ wtflr relatives,
" Mrs. W. Ri Perrv wa called to Jar.
visburg Tuesday by ihe iDness of her
brother, Oscar Symom'
Mr-and : Mrs.-G; W. Akxarider
spent -Friday in Elizaheth' Giy.
Waltm WMteTrtad spent the weefc
nd wth hitf moOier Mrs Berthif
Mrs. Bertha Whitehead and Mrs; J;
C, Wilson Jr., ' were visiting friends
in Hertford Tuesday. A
' Mri..''W.: EJ Elliott spent, Tuesday
WEHzithCity' t -
Mrs. John Asbell and children have
returned from Edenton, where they
visited friends. !
Jud Lane , is still quite ill. He lost
one of his eyes last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Branch spent
Easter, with Mrs. P. L. GrifBn.
Mmu Eula Perry is visiting friends
in, Washington, N. C. " "
I Shelton A Godsey, soJ of Mr. and
Mrs S. D: Godsey,. is now , in1 Pedro,
Miss Ruth Harris has returned to
her home at Hickory, Va., after a
visit to Mrs. S. D. Godsey.
Mr. and Mrs. Patten, who have been
with the State Prison Farm at Wood
ville, are now making their home in
Kingston, N. C.
BACK FROM HOSPITAL
Mrs. Dank White returned Satur
day from St Vincent's Hospital in
Norfolk, Va., where she was a patient
for a week. Mrs. White will make
frequent trips to the hospital for
treatment for some time.
. EDENTON, N. C ,
Today (Thursday) and Friday,
Saturday;, May drr
i BTJCK JONESy-"RED RIDER"
Monday and Tuesday, May 6-7-
: -rt? GARY.OOPER
v f.EIANGHOTi TONE
; And All Star Cast
"lives of a Bengal
"' JOHN BOLES
'.urn dally, Clip and
.jy toAti: Taylor's
QAZ C""T r
. The Woman's Missionary Society
pf the Oalr Grove Church heldits reg.
ular monthly meeting on April' 24. at
the home of Mrs. Joe Elliott and Misj
Leflflie Elliott.- -.". .
The. meeting rtas: opened by sniff
ing "Jesus Calls Us."; The Scripture
lesson was taken from Isaiah 58th
chapter, and Matthew 23rd chapter,
and was read by the president. Mrs.
W.- W. Lewis. Mrs. W. H. Over
man led in prayer, and "From Green
land's Icy Mountains" was sung.. Mrs,
Lewis then gave a; very interesting
talk on "Human Values and the
Golden Rule." - Learner ' Blackman
Stateler was read by Mrs. F. ' L.
Whitehead. Mrs. Lewis then told
about Judson Lee. which were' two
preachers. Miss Mildred Lewis
gave toe second , eoapterv lessojt,
What About' the- Japaese;Tu-What
ShaU I Do With Christ r was given
by. Mrs; a P. QaiJicy. The buswess
meeting was then held: twelve mem
bers being present, and three, visitors
Four dollars and twenty-flve, cents
was eellected on pledges,' -end' one
dollar for local work.
The ' meeting closed by singing
"The Way of the Cross Leads Home."
, Delicious refreshments were served
and a social hour enjoyed. '
Those present were: Mrs. G. W.
Alexander, lrs. Addiei Bright, Mrs.
Henry ' Elliott, Mrs. Joe Elliott, Mrs.
Wi. W. Lewis, Mrs. C. P, Quincy, M".
P.i L. Whjtehead, " Mrs, Mollie ,True
blood, Misses Gerrie Grimn. Mildred
Lewjs, Grace; ;4NSiiM;
A meetmat 'eu locat fm(.debt
ad3utmentconwaiOe: was held in the
oS .Jhouee (,n.Tuesday, wjlh J'w P,"
Gijeeaf of Elizabeth City field rem
r4entativei of the cooimon, andtCi
R,i Holmes, of; HeHfordtu concUiator,
Oaikey,, Jr secretary V. DaW
vi chairman Drv,E& WWtfcand
Wi E. Dail, cmmitteenembers...
; An et.cs.wtjfox.adjnjrt
WereJieard and seted-openr-
jt was reported that the local ERA
omce ,had v advised i thatMw.-P H;
Small ihad-'heen- assigned tag posi
tion of secretary to serve , at this
meeting, and that theyvwould shortly
adyis as; to, a permanent .assistant,
secretary, who will be. t th. service
of .the local committee,-:
' There Will be two tneeisnn of .thin
eonnnittee, each.week to.be. heldon
th second and the fourth Friday of
each months , ,
DONTf MISS YOUR
Only 2 Go At, This
IJawoiM'Kramei . . . Arm Rest
yt iT jMH-t in -fw; 'i'- r--,',
t r- rrr
. i , -afarf
To Graduating Class
V- Rev D. S. JDempsey, pastor of the
Hertford Baptist Church, will preach
the haccalaurf-V sermon to the
graduating class bf the . Perquimans
High School , on Sunday night; May
12, in the auditorium of - the High
School," -V ' , - '
The following Wednesday is Class
Day; and the exercises will be held at
8s00 o'clock in thef evening.
Clyde A. Erwin.t State Superinten
dent of Education; twill': make the ad-
dress to the graduating class: on i
Thursday night - May.: 16, when the
graduation exericseS will be-held.
Mr. and Mrs J. It. Loii of.Elcll-
mbnd, V. spent a part of the Easter
holidays with, MsjT ther - and , sister,
Tr J. Long and Mrs. Mary Hayman,
Mr. ind; Mm- Ambrose pjroctot of
this communityj awompaniedhy Mrs.
ODie Proctor and Xr. and Mrs. J. XL
Hohbs, of ,Eetiel,: visited Mfs. Lane
in; Windsor; Vsw, Monday. '
. Mrs. Kate Curt i, of Norf ollt, -Vi.,
is the house guests of Mrs. Ed, Smith.
T. A. Long,, of' Washington, D. tl,
visited his. father, T. J. Long; Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Long and their
daughter,' Miss Eloise, of Elizabeth
City, visited his brother Sidney
The Y. W,,A.'s enjoyed a party at
the home H Mr, and Mrs. 3. Fleet
wood Easter Monday, evening, Tbe
rooms were t beautiful in a., color
eien;eiello; and greeni carried
out with Sprtegftoaltert-aiid favors,
Easter chicke: f
The hoBtess serred delidota fee
ieam and cake.
Those present inchrfed: Miss Addle
Mae Ward. Miss Ruby Keaton, . of I
Kchmond, V,;, MJa Katie Barber',
l?iss Pende Ward, TUt Rtl Par-
rjsn, susss tvauz awunwicv
thr Ward,, MiM Hilda Barberv Klsi
Kathryn Fleetwood,;; Mis Luhf lae
MinsfieMi UUt Leone Wimams, Bisa
Pearte Proctor, Mers. CanroU EilL
iong, -jr., xnoma jrmwipe, a
brese Long, Fentrels HU1, r Charles
Ward, Fjank,;Piarris1l, Ernest LonV
and Josiai Proetor?
rvv -1 i"f ' i .- V
. . m : w . Ma - m. f.,J . . u.
AtrHiae iffa Nixon
therefwltt be a Silver Te at the
home of Mrs. Thomas Nixon- from
4:30 to 6i00 o'eloekJbn- Friday after
noon. This tea wuTbe given by the
ladies of St..Cathrkie's Auxiliary; of
Holy Trinity EpiscM Church, and
thi nublk is. cordiaay invited te at-
patterns ' ;?
Will Mdve Oiit Quik
!.,.-; !,'v ; -:..,' '.
The meeting of the Hertford Wo
man's Club scheduled for Thursday
afternoon of last week was postponed
until Thursday of this week, because
of the death of W. H. Nixon'. A
number of those , who were to take
nart in the ' snncial . nroffrnm bw.Tia
Late fa rv - Denartment -,- were elnRA
friends of the Nixon family. - , .
CAROLYN TRUEBLOOD BREAKS
COLLAR BONE ? WHILE PLAYING '
"Carolyn, the 'attractive little five-
year-old daughter of jar. and Mrs.'
David Trueblood of WinfalL had the
misfortune to. break hen collar bofce
on Friday, wLil placing "pop-the-
iasn - wiui oiaer cniianen. " x..a nrae
girl Is' convalesdn-j satisfactory. 1
$1.00 Dresses for
NewWliite Summer ;
Thb Ftttet Growing New
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loJt formed 10 mfoyiult Megs
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