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THE mHQUIMANg WESSIYY fcgRtFOia),- K.Y Cy FH?AY, AUGUST , 1SCJ.
Miss Emna Milteer has returned
to her home in Suffolk, Va., after a
visit to her grandmother, Mrs. R. T.
Clarke, and to her aunt, Mrs. . H. C.
Rev. D. S. Dempsey and Mrs.
Dempsey, accompanied by their
guests,- Mrs. Charles Hayden and
Miss Cordelia Strange, of Kentucky,
and Mrs. J. E. White and her daugh
ter, Ellie Mae, spent Tuesday at
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Buck and
-their daughter and son, Marjorie and
"Cleveland, and Margaret Broughton
-left Thursday to spend a week at
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Weeks have
returned from a week's visit to Mrs.
' T. B. Sumner at Nags Head.
Mrs. W. E. Spruill, who is visiting
her brother, W. A. Gregory, at Fay
etteville, will return home on Sun
day. Mrs. Thad C. Chappell and her
daughter, Miss Mary Thad, are
spending the week at Nags Head.
Mrs. Frank Kugler and her two
little daughters, Jane and Vail, have
returned from a visit to relatives at
Washington, N. C.
Mrs. J. A. Perry and Mrs. Ida
Gregory will have as week-end guests
Mrs. G. H. Bancou and W. A. Greg
ory of Fayetteville.
E. McM. Newby and his son, James
Evart, spent Tuesday at Nags Head.
Miss Katherine Stephens has re
turned from a week's visit with her
sister, Mrs. A. C Shannonhouse, in
Miss Anne Lee Butler of Durham is
spending some time here with her
grandparents, Rev. A. A. Butler and
Mrs. Butler, and with her father,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newby and
family visited relatives in Windsor
Miss Mattie Bert Relfe has return
ed from Nags Head, where she was
the truest of Mrs. T. B. Sumner.
Miss Dorothy Stephens, of the Wil
son school faculty, who has been
spending a part of the summer in
West Virginia, is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stephens.
Miss Edna Ruth Cannon has re
turned from a week's visit to her
grandmother, Mrs. H. A. Sedbury, in
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nachman and
family spent the week-end at Nags
Miss Elizabeth Tucker is visiting
friends in California.
Miss Grace Knowles has as her
guests this week Miss Myrtle Johns
and Billie Johns, of Chicago
Joe Henry Bagley, Jr., of Suffolk,
Va., is visiting his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Williford, at the Hotel
Miss Blanche Everett is spending
her vacation in Suffolk, Va., visiting
Mrs. Jimmie Jernigan.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C Stokes and
family spent Tuesday fishing at
Rosser E. Brinn and his son,
Claude, and C. B. Brinn, of Istanbul,
Turkey, who is visiting here, have re
turned from a trip to Richmond, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morris and their
little daughter, Pat, returned Satur
day from Nags Head.
Miss Gladys West, of Columbia,
spent the past week with Miss Ha
Darius Elliott, of Weldon, who has
been visiting relatives in Hertford
for the past two weeks, left Monday
to visit his sister, Mrs. J. R. Futrell,
at Rich Square.
Capt. T. W. Perry, Mrs. Perry,
Miss Jeannette Perry and Carl Peny
are spending a few days with rela
tives in Norfolk.
Mrs M. H. Evans, of Old Neck;
was in Hertford on Monday.
Mrs. R. D. Elliott, who has been
visiting the family of her brother, W.
E. White, left Tuesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. S. F. Pollard, at
Bethel, before retuning to her home
Mrs. W. T. McMullan, who is sum
mering at Nags Head, and who came
home to attend the funeral of her
nephew, Dr. G. E. Newby, has re
turned to the beach.
R. A. Pollock spent the week end
with relatives in Kinston.
Howard Ainsley, of Norfolk, was
, a, recent guest of his uncle, B. F.
Miss Christine Chaplin, of Colum
bia, is spending the week with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Darden and
their daughter, Miss Florence DarT
den, spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Miss Sarah Blanchard, who holds
a position in the library at Duke Uni
versity, has returned to Durham
,- after spending her vacation with her
. parents, Mr. and Mrs- J- C. Blanch
' ard. , ;
C. R. Holmes has returned from
Wendell, where he aettended - the
Holmes-Todd wedding. Mr. Holmes
served as his brother's best man.- vj
;v Mrs. R. T. White has returned from
'an extended visit to her - daughter,
Mrs. G. F. Lattimore, at Kings Moun
tain. J i: j' jrv
Among .those who - attended the
f -leral of Mrs. - Louise Davis, in
I.&beth City on Sunday were her
i iC ;'.ters, Mrs. W. M. Divers and
Eaper, and T. E Rap
: -- D:ve-i, rill, Pres-
Mrs. J. W. Buncn ana children, of
Norfolk are visiting: Mrs; Bunch's
brother, W. H. Lane. -.
Mrs. William Shelton, of Richmond
Va., is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Riddick Chappell.
Marvin Chappell and Miss Irene
Miller, of Charlotte, spent the week
with Mr. Chappell's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Riddick Chappell.
Mr. and tors. W. H. Lane have re
turned from a trip to Nags Head.
W. M. Divers is quite sick at his
home on Church street with an at
tack of malaria.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Newbold and
their daughter, Sallie, - of Ruther
ford, N. J. are visiting Mr. New-
bold's mother, Mrs. R. R. Newbold.
Shelton White, who holds a posi
tion with the Federal Land Bank of
Baltimore, and who has been visiting
his mother, Mrs. R. T. White, in
Hertford, is spending this week at
Misses Francis and Minnie Mac
Winslow, of Greensboro, are visiting
their grandmother, Mrs. K. R. New
bold. Mrs. John Speight, of Mocksville,
who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tho
mas Nixon, has been quite sick for
several days with an attack of mal
aria. Mrs. Speight's condition is re
ported as improving.
Miss Carolyn Newbold, of Wilming'
ton, is spending some time with her
father J. M. Newbold.
Miss Anne Tullis Felton is visit
ing Mrs. Julian Chappell at Belvi
dere. Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Darden and
their daughter, Florence; Mr. and
Mrs. L. N. Hollowell and their daugh
ter Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Lordley and their daughter, Bettie,
left Thursday for a week at Mags
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leary and Mrs.
Ida Leary, of Edenton, and Mrs. J. V.
Jordan, of Chapel Hill, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. White Monday.
Mrs. Robert Bunch and son, Bobby,
and Miss Meta Simpson, of Edenton,
spent Thursday as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Rogerson.
Jean and Zenova Chappell returned
home Saturday after a few days'
visit with their aunt, Mrs. D. W.
Perry, of Bethel.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow, Miss
Catherine White and Miss Deborah
White, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. White, of Norfolk, Va., spent
Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Raiford and family of Ivor,
Mrs. Maude Chappell and family
spent Sunday as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Twine, of Hickory
(Mrs. T. G. Forbes and Miss Blanche
Chappell spent Thursday in Norfolk,
Va., as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. E. S. White made a business
trip to Raleigh Friday.
Miss Fanny Maude Corbitt has re'
turned home after a visit with rela
tives near Edenton.
Miss Ann Tullis Felton, of Hert
ford, is visiting Miss Mary Louise
Those attending the Friends' Year
ly Meeting at Guilford are Miss Ber
tha V. Smith and F. C White.
Miss Gretchen Fulford, of Engle
hard, spent a few days last week with
Miss Lena Winslow.
Miss Doris Jolliff, of New Bern,
was the week-end guest of Miss
Miss Lillie Jolliff, of Chester, Pa.
is spending some time with her
mother, Mrs. Lizzie Jolliff.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl' Harrell and
little son. Earl, Jr., of Rocky Hock;
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Harrell and baby,
and Miss Dorothy Chappell, from
near Edenton, and Hubert Winslow,
of Belvidere, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Winslow. '
Mr. and Mrs.. J. T. Winslow, Wal
ter! Winslow and son," Jarvls, visited
Mr. Winslow's sister, Mrs. Lucinda
Lane at Center Hill Monday after
noon. Mrs. Lane returned home
from a Norfolk, Va.,' hospital, Sun'
day. t t n 1 1 j f- -t,, r( -
Misses Cora Mae, Irene and Eunice
Chappell, of Belvidere, and Miss An
nie Sue Copeland,' ; of Rich Square,
visited Mrs. Walter Winslow Monday
afternoon. ' . . , ;y V
Among- those, from 4his section at
tending the Friends' Yearly Meeting
held at Guilford College this : week
are: Mr.'' and Mrs. J. T. Lane, Miss
Mabel Lane, ' Mrs. ,Arbas Winslow,
Mrs. Henry E. Winslow and Merrill
Wtoslow-'iv'-jlv ) K J . f t",
Mr. and Mrs.' Llndsey . C. Winslow
and children, Barbara and Betty Jean,
left Monday morning for a visit with
relatives at Lewisville and Winston
Salem. Mr.. Winslow and children ex-1
pect . ,to return ; home WednesJjiy,
while , Mrs. Winslow will remain 'to
attend the Friends' Yearly Meeting
at Guilford College, returning home
,,)' if' "
Hugh White, rrindd of I!:-ers.l
Springs Hf School, I c " C i-
t'; T. A. C. r .
Mr. nd Mrs. Cliff Banks,
superintendent af Stokes" County
schools; sad X F. Scott, principal of
Walkertown High School, - Forsyth
County, spent Monday night frith Mr.
White's parents, Dir. and Mr. J; ,F.
White,; The party was . enroute to
Nags ' Head. . They " spent ; Tuesday
night is Elisabeth City with Mr.
left Wednesday.for Norfolk, Virginia
Beach,, and Ocean View, Va." They
plan to return to . Winston-Salem the
latter part of the week. .
Birthoay Party . .
Miss Helen- Layden celebrated her
thirteenth . birthday ; anniversary on
Saturday . afternoon . ' from 5 'til 7
o'clock.; Many games were- played,
and , the honoree received many use
ful .and pretty gifts. The guests were
invited -into the dining room and
served, delicious ice cream and cake.
Those present werer - Blanche Chappell,-
i ; Marjorie ; White, Mary Louise
Chappell, Julia Miller" Chappell, Mar-
borah White, Sybil Rogerson, Eliza
beth Elliott, Mildred Copeland, Alice
Weston, Delorine Copeland, Olga
Ladis, Mattie Hendren, Iola Dail,
Melba Dail, Clemma and Doris Lay
den, Miss Olive Layden and Mrs.
The Sunbeam meeting of White
ville Grove Church met Saturday af
ternoon at the home of Velma Lay
den. The meeting opened with the
hymn, "Bring Them In." An inter
esting program on State Missions
was given. Delicious thirst-ade and
cake were served. Those present in
cluded Mary Louise Chappell, Julia
Miller Chappell, Julian Chappell, Jr.,
Blanche Chappell, Sybil Layden, Mar
jorie Perry, Mae Edla Asbell, Lois
Asbell and Velma Layden.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks to
the many friends for the many deeds
of kindness rendered to us during
the long illness and at the time of
death of our father and husband, W.
M. Munslen, and for the flowers and
WIFE AND DAUGHTER.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Field have re
turned to their home in Washington,
D. C, after a pleasant visit with Mr.
Field's sister, Mrs. G. W- Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Darden, of
Driver, Va., spent several days with
Mrs. C. P. Quincy last week.
Janet Quincy has returned from
Washington, D. C, after a visit with
her uncle, Durwood Towe.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Sadler and
children have returned to their home
in Norfolk, Va., after a visit to her
sister, Mrs. John Asbell.
Mrs. John Symons spent Monday
in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Lucy Elliott was in Elizabeth
City Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bright, of
Hamlet, are visiting Mrs. John Sy-
t ' f '
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mons. '6' 1 vn .$r 4-a jv
; Kiss IrU ETHott visited her' aunt,
Mrs. W.iH? Elliott,' Sunday -"afternoon.-
i."is.: Of .. i i.''
Mrs'Hattie Riggs, of Norfolk, Va.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Judd Lane.
. Mr. and Mrs. Walter. Huff, of
Driver, Va.; spent Sunday jrith ' Mr.
and Mrsv C P. Quincy. - ; ,J
Mr..'and " Mrs. C pi.Qutacy'-'and
their guests spent Friday , at Nags
Head. lj, j; ij -, J , fA
Miss -.Waverley D'Orsey' and Miss
Ruth Wlison' spent Saturday, in Hert
ford as -the guests of Miss , Huldah
Hobbs. , V ' .
f Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brancli, ' of Nor
folk, Va., spent , Sunday with Mrs.
Branch's mother; Mrs. P. L; Griffin.''
Mrs. John Asbell had as her guests
Sunday her - mother, - Mrs.' S. 1
Woodley; her sister, Miss: Wilchester
Woodlev. and her brother. Seaton
Woodley;' and 1 Mr and - Mra. Irvinl
Leary, of Norfolk Va.
Mrs. -Daisy Perry will spend next
Miss Jerrie -Griffin has returned
after spending a week with her sis
ter, Mrs. Roy Branch, in Norfolk, Va
Mr. and Mrs. George Asbell, of
Ldenton, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mrs. B. G. Winslow spent last Sun
day as the guest of her daughter,Mrs.
W. W. Lewis.
Mrs. V. M. Howeil and daughter,
Marjory, of Fredricksburg, Va., are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Trueblood,
Mrs. B. J. Jenkins and children spent
Sunday with Mrs. Molhe Trueblood.
Mrs. Mary Bray, of Woodville, is
spending several days at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. George Gregory, of
Woodville, spent Sunday in Elizabeth
City with Mrs. Ralph Mercer.
Misses Mildred and Doris Lewis
spent Thursday with Misses Louise
and Ruth R. Wilson.
Miss Attie Bray and Gaither Cart
wright are spending several days in
Florida visiting Mr. Cartwright's
Miss Chatham has returned to her
home at Roanoke. Va., after a de
lightful visit with her sister, Mrs.
Johnnie Bray, at Woodville.
Misses Waverley D'Orsey, Ruth R
Wilson and Marjory Howell attended
the show at the Carolina Wednesday.
Crowford Wilson spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Boyce spent
Saturday in Elizabeth City.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alexander
were Monday visitors i Elizabeth
Mrs. Rupert Stanton spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Henry Swayne.
Johnnie White, William Bogue and
Hersell Gregory, of Woodville, spent
Sunday at Nags Head. -
BACK FROM VACATION
Edward Weeks of the J. C. Blanch
ard & Co. sales force, is back on the
job after a vacation spent at Nags
I 'Mra,.," .'Morgan and ;Mray A.
R.k Wlmlow j., havte - just returned
trip'. to the New "England
J' '; i: - i n .',',
Mr. Will Mansfield
very ; sick
, Mr. and' Mrs J. F., Hollowell" and
son, Joel J., Misses Dorothy and Leah
i Iters Fine Q.ojes r
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IWheJee, AUc'e fiteCtfarXai
ton Whedbee and Mr." and Mrs. W!
T. WoEaweH spent Sunday at Nag
Heah.W -",7 ' . V ; '
James Stafford, son of W. J. Staf
ford, is sick with malaria. '.V. i
Mrs. W. W. Trrueblood and Miss
Eliziabeth Trueblood have ' returned
i from Georgia and' other points South.. '