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( ' vapt and Mrs. T. W. Perry, Jean
- nenererry, Mary Elizabeth Feflds,
and Carl ferry visited Rev. and Mrs.
JU M. Dixon, at Colerain, on Sunday.
Jeaimette remained with the Dixons
' Ed Bostick, of Greensboro, accom
, "panied his father, P. L. Bostick, to
Hertford on Saturday and is spend
ing: the week here with Mrs. Bostick.
Miss Joyce Stokes, who is a stu;
dent at G. C. W., Greensboro, is at
home for the summer vacation.
Bora to Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett
Winslow, at their home in Hertford,
on Sunday, June 2, a son, Julian
Emmett Winslow. Jr.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Owens,
at their home in Hertford on Satur-
day, June 1, a son, Melvin Griggs
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mann and their
little son, Iinwood, Jr., who recently
Inoved from Manteo to Norfolk, Va.,
were guests of Mrs. Mann's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thach, on Mon
Mrs. G. T. Hawkins, Mrs. N. A,
Relfe, Mrs. J. N. White, Mrs. H. C.
Stokes, and Miss Bertha Chappell
spent Tuesday in Greenville.
Miss Helen Morgan is visiting at
Alliance and Oriental this week.
Bishop Robinson returned Sunday
from a visit to Greenville.
Miss Katherine Winslow is spend
ing soma time in Fayetteville, visit
Mrs; Nathan Toms and her daugh
tor, Miss Isabel Toms, of Petersburg,
"Va., who, together with Mr. Toms
are spending some time at Nags
Head, were week-end guests of Mr.
"Toms' sister, Mrs. C. W. Morgan, in
Helmuth Bode, of Weehawken, N.
J., spent last week with Edgar
White, in Hertford.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Archie, of
' Wake Forest, are guests of Mrs.
Archie's parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. E.
Mrs. R. W. Smith spent the week
end in Edenton visiting relatives.
' Sirs. C. W. White had as luncheon
"gllests on Tuesday Miss Leonora
Schenider, of Mountain Lake, N. J.,
and Miss Amy Tona, of Long Island,
N. Y. In the afternoon the young
ladies, accompanied by ' Helmuteh
Bode, of Weehauken, N. J., and Ed
gar White, left to spend fen days on
a house-party at Virginia Beach.
Mrs. John Jones, of Norfolk, Va.,
was the week-end guest of her sister,
Mrs. Young Berry, at Bethel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Darden had as
guests on Thursday their daughter,
Mrs. H. C. O'Sullivan, and Mrs. Chap
man, Mrs. Gyne, and Miss Virginia
Gyne, all of Norfolk, Va.
Miss Florence Darden is visiting
relatives, in Durham. Her mother,
Mrs. V. N. Darden, who accompanied
her to Durham, has returned home.
Mrs. Joe Hill is very sick at hei
home on Church Street.
Rev. L. M. Dixon and Mrs. Dixon,
of Colerain. were in Hertford Mon
V. N. Darden left Thursday for
the Veterans Hospital at Hampton,
Va.. where he will undergo an opera
Rev. Frank Bray, of Marion, a na
tive of Perquimans, who visited rela
tives in the county this week, was the
truest of Mrs. B. F. Bray, in Hert
ford, on Tuesday.
Mrs. Mamie Blanchard and hoi
daughter, Miss Lottie Lee Blanchard,
spent Tuesday in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Frank Jolly returned to her
home in Greenville on Wednesday
after a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilson Reed.
Mrs. R. S. Monds, of Columbia, will
spend the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. G. R. Tucker.
Miss Lottie Lee Blanchard will
EDENTON, N. C.
Today (Thursday) and Friday,
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"'All the King's Horses"
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Saturday, June 8
. ZANE GREY'S
! "Dude Ranger"
Thin) Episode Tsilapin Tommy"
' ' Comedy
Monday . Tuesday, Jane 10-11
' SHIRLEY TEMPLE
I lionel Barrymore
"The little CMoneF
:X7ednesday June 12 '
Z Thursday and Friday,
slJ and 14- '
- leave next Tuesday for E. C. T. C
Greenville, where she will attend
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Collanna and
their son, William, of Newport News
va., will visit Mr. and Mrs. G,
Tucker, on Sunday.
Miss Mildred Reed, who has Teen
patient in a Norfolk, Va., hospital,
returned home on Sunday. Her con'
dinon is much improved.
Bettie Winslow has returned from
Nags Head, where she spent some
time with her aunt, Mrs. Clyde Mo
Mrs. Roy Parks, of Rvland. made a
business trip to Hertford on Wednes
Miss Thelma Elliott, who teaches
at Halifax, returned home last week
for the summer vacation
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell. Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Dean spent Sunday
at XNags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Elliott, of
weldon, spent Saturday nisrht and
Sunday with relatives in Hertford.
Miss Ruth Elliott, who is a student
at N. C. C. W., Greensboro, returned
home Friday for the summer vaca
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hardcastle
and their son, William, motored to
Nags Head on Sunday. William is
spending sometime at the seashore.
His parents returned home Sunday
Clavia Perry and Marvin Mann, of
the u. V. camp at Manteo. spent the
week-end with Capt. and Mrs. T. W.
Hollowell Cox Nixon spent Sunday
at Nags Head.
Mrs. Heywood Proctor and daugh
ter, Anne, have retained home after
spending the week-end near Edenton
with Mrs. Proctor's mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Trueblood
have returned to WinfaD to live, af
ter spending the past year in Florida-
Miss Marjone Stallings was taken
very ill Sunday and was carried to
Albemarle Hospital, Elizabeth City,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Long on
Saturday, a daughter. Mother and
baby are getting on nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin White have
moved to Hertford, where Mr. White
is in the barbering business.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Miller and
son, Shirley, have returned to their
home in Charlotte, after attending
the funeral of Mr. Miller's brother,
Mr. Archie Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Earnhradt
and son, Jimmy, of Elizazeth City,
spent Sunday with Mrs. W, G- Hollo
well. Miss Audrey Umphlett has acced
ed a position with the Virginia Beach
Sanatorium for children for the sum
mer. She was accompanied by Miss
Sarah Morgan, who has also" accepted
a job with the Sanatorium. Miss
Umphlett is a graduate nurse of
Sarah Leigh hospital, and has had
several years nursing experience.
Mrs. W. F. Morgan is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Brown, in Plymou. Mrs.
Brown is quite ill.
Elijah White and W. G. Hollowell
went to Ocean View, Va-, Wednesday
and enjoyed fishing.
Miss Dona White spent Friday in
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Copeland and
sons, Mrs. Roy Parks and Mrs. E. D.
Copeland spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Willie Chappell, near Chapa-
Miss Gertrude Jackson spent the
week-end with Mrs. Joel Goodwin,
near Center Hifl.
Mrs. V. E. Jordan and her children
spent Monday afternoon with her
sister, Mrs. M. E. Copeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gray and daugh
ter, of Tillery; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Lane, of Rich Square; Mrs. R. S.
Ward and children, and George Case
Ward, of Edenton; Mrs. C. W. Ward
and children, of Sign Pine; Mrs. Joe
White and son, of Gliden; Mrs. J. T.
Byrum and two children, Miss Mon-
taze and Forrest, from near Cannon's
Ferry, and Miss Mildred Bunch, of
Cannon's Ferry, were guests of Mrs.
Harriett Parks and Mias Mary Lee
Davis Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Randolph Ward and little
daughter, Lelia Faye, viBited Mr. and
Mrs. N. Q. Ward, near Belvidere,
late Sunday, afternoon. t
Mr. and Mrs. W.; D. Elliott and
little daughter, Shirley, Virginia, Mrs.
Susan Asbell, Mr. and Mrs. TomDil
day. Edgar Say and Clarence Dfiday,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foster and son
visited Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Fore
hand, near Whaleyville, Va. Sunday.
George Case ' Ward,' of Edenton,
spent Saturday and ' Sunday with
William and Lehman Ward. . Elmer
and Edward Ward,' of Sign Pine,
were also guests of William and Leh
, Mr. and Mrs. Pailen- Lane and lit-
Itle daughter, Catherine, were supper
guests of Mrs. Lane's mother,: Mrs.
. Louisa Ward, Sunday evening.
Little Miss Sarah Jane Boyee has
returned home after a visit with her
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"Crabbed age and youth" are
"The Little Colonel.6 adapted
co-starring Lionel Barrymore and the child-star, Shirley Temple,
is the feature attraction that will draw huge crowds to the Taylor
Theatre, Edenton, Monday and Tuesday.
lis, near Sunbury.
Alorfleet Eason, a student at Osrle-
thorpe College, Georgia, is with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Eason,
for the summer.
Mr. McCoy Ward and daughter,
Miss Frances, of Norfolk. Va.: Mrs.
H- S. Byrum and children, of Gates
County, spent Sunday as the guests
or Mrs. Penman Ward.
Lois Davis, of Sign Pine, spent a
few days last week with her grand
mother, Mrs. Harriett Parks.
Mrs.' W. T. Eason and daughter.
Miss Elizabeth, visited Mrs. G. A-
Boyce Monday afternoon.
The Rev. Mrs. Robertson, of Eliza
beth City, spent Friday ' nlsftt with
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Byrum.
Week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Chappell included Mr and Mrs.
W. M. Miller and son, Shirley, of
Charlotte; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. White
and two little sons, of Norfolk, Va,
Mrs. L. J. Winslow and daughter.
Mrs. R. M. White, left Sunday to at
tend Guilford College Commence
ment, and the marriage of Miss Sally
tliggins, in whose wedding . Mrs.
White will participate.
Miss Julia Miller Chappell left Sun
day to spend sometime in Charlotte,
visiting her uncle, W. M. Miller.
Eugene Byrum, of Swan Quarter,
pent the week-end as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chappell.
Wayland White and sons, Clifton
and Wayland, Jr., spent Sunday at
the Protestant Hospital, Norfolk, Va.,
visiting Mrs. White, who is a patient
Miss Merlee Asbell, a student at
Chowan College, Murfreesboro, has
returned home to spend the summer
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Asbell.
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Corbitt included:
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Chappell and
daughter, Blanche, Mrs- Tom Chap
pell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Elliott, of
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Ward and
little daughter, Lelia Faye, of Ry
land, Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. Ward,
of Edenton, visited Mr. and Mrs. N.
Q. Ward late Sunday afternoon.
Strawberry "patches" on Rowan
farms have brought in a good income
to the owners this spring m addition
to supplying farm tables with the
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For Mid-Season Crops
. NORFOLK MARKET CORN
BOUNTIFUL SNAPS - CABBAGE
BUSH IJMAS COLLARDS
BLACK-EYE PEAS - BLACK PEAS
KALE - CUCUT.IBERS
TURNIPS - RUTABAGA
TOMATOES - LETTUCE :
BLAND'S EARLY CORN . :
Other Seeds Planted In This Section
"Everythinff In Hardware and .Su?phC3,,
brought together and reconciled
from the world-acclaimed storv.
NEW HOPE NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spivey, of Suf
folk, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gregory and
children, of Norfolk, Va., visited Mr.
and Mrs. C W. Griffin Sunday.
Miss Rebecca Webb, who is a mem
ber of the Conway High School fac
ulty, is at home for the summer.
Miss Evelyn Webb and Mias Vida
Banks motored to Hertford Saturday.
Mrs. M. M. Spivey, Mias Noami
Spivey, Misses Rath and Jessie Mae
Banks motored to Hertford Saturday.
Mrs. B. F. Davidson, of Washing
ton, D. C. Js visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Bunch.
Mrs. Clinton Small and Willie
Small motored to Hertford and Eliza'
beth City Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sawyer and
Mrs. R. R. Perry motored to Norfolk,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shannonhouse,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shannonhouse, of
Elizabeth City, visited Mrs. Elizabeth
Mrs. J. P. Neary and children,
Mary Katherine and James Paul, and
Miss Rebecca Webb visited Mrs.
Mack Ward, near EdenbV Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Chappell,
of Belvidere, visited Mrs. Chappell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Webb.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Banks motored
to Hertford Saturday,
Mrs. Cliff Haskett and Mrs. J. W.
Jackson motored to Hertford Satur
day. Rudolph Banks, of Norfolk, Va.,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Banks, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Banks, Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Banks, Mrs. Mattie Bar-
clift and Rudolph Banks motored to
Elizabeth City Sunday to see Miss
Maude Turner, who is a patient in
the Albemarle Hospital. Miss Laura
Wood Goodman, Haywood Umphlett,
Charles Umphlett and Ed Turner also
visited Miss Turner Sunday.
The Susanna Wesley Bible Class of
New Hope Sunday School held its
regular meeting with Mta C . F.
Banks. A large- number of members
and several visitors were:. present.
The meeting was in charge of the
president, Mrs. W. W. Spencer. Sev
eral good readings were enjoyed, and
a discussion of problems pertaining
to the class were held. Daring the
social hour the hostess served deli
cious ice cream and cake. -
; Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Green; Carlton
Green, and Miss' Kathleen Bunch, of
Gates County, ' spent , Sunday wth
Mrs, Hettie V, Lamb, near -, Belvi
dere. Mrs. Lamb; also had as guests
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Winslows and itheirj litjje daughter,
Lois, of Bagley Swamp. iri ,.'. ,:
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FORD owners save time and money by driving extra
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Elizabeth Gty, N. C
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family, of Portsmouth, Va visited
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Weston, at Belvi
dere, ;0n Sunday.
yisrroRS from Washington
Mr. and Mrs. David Rogerson and
two young ; softs , have returned to
their home at Washington, D.C, af
ter a visit to Mr Rogersor's-sister,
Mrs. Hettie Lamb, near Belvidere.
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