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Miss Mary Wood Koonce is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. M. H. Stacey, at
. Misses Bennie Wood, Elizabeth
Wood and Ann Barclift have returned
from a week's visit with Mrs. John
W. Darden, in Plymouth.
Mrs. J. W. Darden is spending the
week in Norfolk, Va., visiting her
daughter, Mrs. H. C. Sullivan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hefren, Miss
Marjorie Hefren and Mrs. John
Chalk motored to Norfolk, Va., early
Monday morning to meet Miss Jo
Hefren, who was returning from the
Washington School for Secretaries,
where she has been taking a course,
and the party then went to Nags
Head for the day.
Jack Powell, of Windsor, spent the
week-end in Hertford with his aunt,
Mrs. W. G. Newby.
Miss Mattie Bert Relfe is spending
the week at Nags Head.
Dr. J. P. Whedbee, of Suffolk, Va.,
spent a few days this week in town.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins and
their two children, Robert and Doro
thy, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morris and
their daughter, Pat, and Mrs. Evart
Newby will leave Sunday to spend
some time at Nags Head.
Mrs. Owen Morgan and her two
children, who have been the guests of
Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mrs. R. Q.
Skinner, left Monday for their home
Mrs. Josiah Elliott is spending
some time with her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Garrett, at Virginia Beach, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White, of Ra
leigh, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. G- Campbell at the Hotel Hertford
over the week-end. The two couples
spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and
family, Mrs. H. A. Perry, Mrs. Ida
Gregory, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gregory
and their two daughters, and W. H
Gregory, of Fayetteville, left Sunday
to spend the week at Nags Head,
Mrs. C. V. Williford has returned
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J.
. H. Bagley, at Suffolk, Va.
Mrs. J. C Blanchard, who has been
sick, is able to be out again.
Miss Elizabeth Wood, of Troy, N.
Y., who has been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Ben Wood, is visiting relatives
in Norfolk, Va.
Miss Ann Barclift is visiting rela
tives in Rocky Mount.
Mrs. Frank Young and her little
daughter, Katherine, have returned to
Specials on Children's White Shoes
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$2.25 value -, $U;
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their home in Asheville after visiting
Mrs- Young's mother, Mrs. R. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wright, of
Jarvisburg, visited Mrs. Wright's
mother, Mrs. K. R. Newborn, on Sun
day. Mrs. T. C. Blanchard and Miss
Rate Blanchard have returned from a
two weeks' visit with Mrs. Blanch-
ard's daughter, Mrs. 0. Y. Yarbor
ough, at Louisburg.
Miss Katherine Jessup, who is
spending the summer at Nags Head,
came up for a few days last weeK ana
visited Miss Prue Newby.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hodges, of
Spray, visited Rev. D. S. Dempsey
and Mrs. Dempsey, in Hertford, for a
few days this week.
Mrs. Jimmie Jernigan, of Suffolk,
Va., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving White, early this week.
Mrs. C. A. Uavelport and her little
son, Carlton, are expected to return
Sunday from Cambridge, Md., where
they are visiting relatives.
Mrs. R. A. Sutton has returned
from a visit to relatives in Richmond.
Noah Hollowell, of Hendersonville,
spent Tuesday night here as the
guest of his brother, L. N. Hollowell.
Miss Eva Mae Onley, or jnohoik,
Va.. snent last week here visiting
her two sisters, Mrs. L. N. Hollowell
and Mrs. C. W. White.
Mrs. Bririit Cartwright and two
sons. Spruill Cartwright, of Weeks-
ville, and Pierce Cartwright, of Nor
folk, Va., visited relatives in Hert
ford on Saturday.
Misses Frances Lister, Virginia
Newbern, and K. T. Greenleaf, all of
Elizabeth City, and Miss Blanche
Smithson, of Norfolk, Va., called on
friends in Hertford on Tuesday.
Miss Elizabeth Howard, of St.
Paul's, is spending the week with her
sister, Mrs. Oscar Felton.
Mrs. Edwin McMullan and little
daughter, Edwina, of New Bern, are
visiting Mrs. W. G. Wright this
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lordley have
returned from a trip to Raleigh.
Mrs- Maude Chappell and family
spent Thursday as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Scott, or swion.
Mrs. Sarah Lavden and daughter.
Miss Olive Layden, visited Mr. and
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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C,
Mrs. E, L. Window near Cross Roads
on Sunday. .
. Edward Chappell, of, Waterbury,
Conn., and Boy Chappell, of Wilming
ton, Del., are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Chappell. .
Mrs. L. JT. Winslow ; Blent a few
days in Norfolk, Va., recently as the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. M.
White. '. .
Kathleen and Mildred Shannon
house, of Elizabeth, City, are spend
ing some time with their grandpa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith.
Mrs. Lucinda - Lane ' is spending
some time with her daughter, Mrs.
E. L. Chappell.
Miss Gladys West, of Columbia, re
turned home Sunday after spending a
few days with Miss Attie Chappell.
Mrs. W, W. Trueblood, Mrs. Mary
Trueblood and Miss Elizabeth True
blood motored to Columbia, Ga., on
Tuesday to visit relatives.
Mrs. D. R. Trueblood and Mrs. M.
M. Dillman left Saturday for Yale,
111., where Mrs. Dillman expects to
make her home. Mrs. Trueblood will
return in two weeks.
Mrs. Gilbert, of Norfolk, Va., R. F.
D., and Mrs. Bettie White, of Nor
folk, Va., are visiting Mrs. J. L.
Miss Hazel Pike Is able to be out)
after an attack of malaria.
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell spent last
Thursday and Friday in Elizabeth
City visiting her mother, Mrs. W. D.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hollowell and
Mrs. J. F. Hollowell motored to Nor
folk, Va., on business Wednesday.
Mrs. W. F. Morgan, Mrs. A. R.
Winslow and Mrs. T. L. Jessup left
Thursday morning on a trip to the
New England states. They joined a
group of teachers and instructors at
The Winfall Cedar Grove Adult and
Young People's " Missionary Society
met Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. D. L. Barber, with Mrs. Barber
and Mrs. D. P. Stalling as hostesses.
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i ne presiuent, jutb. . . uvu, won
in charge of the meeting, which was
opened by the singing of "From
Greenland's Icy Mountains." Mrs. J.
W. Dimmette led the devotional, and
the secretary vailed the Toll and read
tHa, minutes of the previous meeting.
Twenty-seven members were present
and Ave visitors. Routine business
was disposed of. The topic for dis
cussion was "Our Schools in Korea,"
which was ably given by Mrs. J. L.
DeLaney, Mrs. Jesse Stanton, Mrs.
Raymond Stanton, Mrs. A. R. Wins
low, Jr., Mrs. Walter Umphlett, Mrs.
F. S. Winslow, Misses Addie White,
Myrtle Umphlett, Pattie Dimmette,
and Gladys Ward,
A hymn was fol-
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FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1935.
lowed with a poem by Mrs. I Claude
White. Mra.-J. V. Boach presented
the Bulletin, and Mrs. J. L. DeLaney
talked on the Spiritual Life. After a
dismissal prayer, delicious ice cream
and cake were served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Byrum, of
Snow Hill section, were the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cope
Miss Mary Lee Davis visited her
father, Mr. W. T, Davis, and Mrs.
Davis, near Sign Pine, Monday. -
Mrs. Jesse Leroy Byrum was the
week-end guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. E. Jordan, of near Sign
Pine. . "'
Rev. Robert Gora was the week-end
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Byrum.
Mrs. Peninah Ward visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Louisa Ward, Sunday morn
ing. ' :
Misses Grace Hollowell "and Evelyn
Jordan were in Edenton Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nixon and Mr.
Thomas Nixon, of Rocky Hock, visit
ed Mrs. Nixon's mother. Mrs. Ella
Mae Ward, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. C. Dail and daughter, Miss
Albertha, were the guests of Mrs,
Roye Parks Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Boyce and
children visited Mr. Boyce's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Boyce, near
Mrs. Harriett Parks, Mrs. Julian
E. Ward and son, George Case, and
Mrs. Ward's two nieces, Mary Eliza
beth and Marian Don Francis, spent
Friday with Mrs. R. S. Ward,
Mrs. Eley Jordan, of Gatesville,
was the week-end guest of her sister,
Mrs. Roy Parks.
J. W. Outland, Orestes and Miss
Orene Outland and Mrs. E. D. Cope-
land were in Edenton Saturday.
After spending their vacation with
friends and relatives here, Leroy
Chappell, Willie Jesse and Velvo By
rum returned to their respective
homes in New York Friday.
Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rov Parks Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Ward and children, Mrs.
Vance Moore and little son, Grady,
Miss Mary Lee Davis, Mr. and Mrs,
W. E. Copeland and two sons, James
and John Ervin, and Mrs. Harriett
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ward and chil
dren, Radolph and Marguerite, visited
Mrs. Ward's parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Elihu Chappell, near Belvidere, Sun
G. A. Boyce, Leroy Chappell and
Willie Jesse Byrum spent Wednes
day at Nags Head fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lane and two
children, Juanita and Herbert Raye,
visited Mrs. Lane's mother, Mrs.
Mary Phthisic, Sunday evening.
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$2.75 value .$2L39
$2.50 value ,$2.19
$2.00 value ..$1.79
$1.50 value .... $1.39
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Mr .and'Mra. 'Julian E Ward and
son, George Case, of Edenton,. and
George's guest Frankie Uioraano, o
Brooklyn, N. Y., visited in the home
of Mr, and Mrs, K. B. wara cunaay
afternoon and evening., ,
NEW HOPE NEWS
The Friendly Bible Class met at the
home of Mrs. Elmer Banks on Wed
nesday, with Mrs. Banks, Mrs. James
Goodman and Mrs. Jake Whedbee as
The meeting was conducted by Mrs.
E. M. Perry, the president being ab
sent. ' -
The Scripture lesson was read by
Mrs. J. H. Gregory, and Mrs. Elmer
Banks led in prayer.
After a short business session, the
class was dismissed by repeating the
During the social hour following
dainty refreshments were served.
Those present included Mesdames
E. M. Perry, Elmer Banks, James
Goodman. P. L. Jackson, Bircher
Banks, J. H. Gregory, J. A. Sawyer
Heber Barclift, Dan Spivey, George
Newby, Jake Whedbee, and Miss
Maude Perry. There was also one
visitor present, Mrs. William Doyle,
of Norfolk, Va.
Miss Maude Turner is spending
some time with friends at Hampton
and Smithneld, Va.
G. G. Turner, 'Miss Evelyn Hughes,
Fred Stanton and Robert Turner, of
Elizabeth City, were guests of Mr.
Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Turner, Sunday. 1
Mrs. C. A. Voile, Mrs. R. C. Stokes,
uodureH 7 'sjuojj if)tp3 ssir pus
Va., spent Monday with Mrs. J. T.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MET
ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Miss Emma L. White and her sis
ters were hostesses Saturday after
noon at their home at Belvidere to
the Friends' Missionary Society of
Piney Woods Church. Seventeen
members , answered the roll call with
Scripture texts ton Love. Mrs. Edwin
White presented the lesson from the
closing chapter of the study book,
"Japanese Women Speak." Mts. L.
J. Winslow and Mrs. Linwood Wins
low gave interesting reports of the
National Conference at Wichita, Kan.,
During the social hour the hostess
es served ice cream, cake and roasted
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express, our. appreeia
tion for the kindnesses shown "us dur
ing the sickness and at the time -of
the -death of our darling baby, Jean
Carver White, and for the many floral
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offerings and for the cars loaned. . ,
MR. and MRS. JESSE u. wmiju -,MR.
and MRS- J. W. CARVER, - $
'v , Grandparents.
EDENTON, N. C.
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Today (Thursday) July 18 - ;
"Once In a Blue Moon"
ilntroducing a. New Star -,
A great stage comedian on the
screen at last.
Friday, July 19 (One Day Only)
Paramount's picture of gay fiestas,
haunting melodies, drama, spectacle,
Saturday, July 20
Serial, "Tailspin Tommy"
Comedy with Irwin S.vCobb
Monday - Tuesday, July 2223
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