THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD,', N. C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1935.'
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Mrs. V N. Darden visited her sis
ter, Mrs. W. L. McClamrooh, in Dur
ham, on., Tuesday. -r ( s,
- Mr. .and Mrs. M. & ElUott Will re-
-.- turn to their home, in Durham today,
alter visiting Mrs. Elliott's , mother,
Mrs. R. W. Smith, in Hertford. They
. also spent a few days at Nags Head.
. , x rancis . jln ixon. . wno nas oeen sick.
convalescing. . h 1
r Miss Jeannette Perry is visiting
Mrs. E. G. McMullan; at New Bern,
Mrs. J. H. Towe,-Sr., is .visiting
- relatives in rorcsmuuin, va.
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. v Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Johnson have
"""mtiimiMl from b trin tn Ttlnwinp-
-Rock and other points in woataoi
Lanier Leggett, of Elizabeth City,
Visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.
L. Leggett, on Sunday.
Mrs. Thomas Nixon, Mrs. Walter
H. Oakey, Jr., and her two little
daughters, Dorothy Gordon and Mol
lie, are spending some time at Nags
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hunter and
their daughter, Miss Lucy Hunter,
spent the week end in Norfolk, Va
Mrs. J. E. Winslow and her Two
children, Betty and Emmett, Jr., are
spending some time at Nags Head
fui nits ni vra nnno avin nnu n-
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rea of Hobbsville, were among the
shoppers in Hertford on Friday.
A. C. JUH, of Ahoskie, made a
business trip to Hertford on Friday.
E. F. Bunch and C. C. Bunch, of
Hobbsville, were in Hertford on Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sedbury and
their daughter, Miss Gretchen Sed
bury, of Charlotte, were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ffltjio Cannon,
Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Cox are spend
ing the week at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Corprew, who
live near Edenton, were among tni
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Barbieur and
their little son, Jimmie, and W. C.
Reed left Friday for their new home
at Chattanooga, Tenn., after a visit
to Mr. and Mrs. C. T. 'Reed.
Miss Katherine Harrell, of Eden
ton, visited her aunt, Mrs. Charles
Johnson, on Tuesday.
John A. Harris, Sr., John A. Har
ris, Jr., and John A. Harris, III., are
back at their home at Winter Park,
Fla., after a visit to relatives and
friends in Perquimans and Pasquo
Miss Elizabeth Jackson, of Rich
mond, is visiting the family of her
brother, J. W. Jackson, at New Hope,
and her sister, Mrs. J.. T. Hendricks,
Mrs. T. J. Butler has returned to
her home in Athens, Ga., after an
extended visit to her son, Dr. Luth
er H. Butler, in Hertford.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broughton of
Savannah, Ga., have returned home
after a visit to Mr. Broughton's
father, T. S. Broughton, of the coun
ty, his sister, Mrs. Milton Dail and
brothers, John and Harry Broughton
and Sidney Broughton.
NEW HOPE NEWS
Miss Nell Umphlett was the guest
of Miss Maude Turner last week.
Mrs. J. w. Jackson and son,
Wrightson, and G. W. -Simpson are
visiting Mrs. G. W. Simpson at Lex
Mrs. Charlie Gray and grandson,
Roland, of Suffolk, Va., have return
ed home after a week's stay with
Mrs. Dan Simpson, Sr.
Miss Maude Simpson left Sunday to
visit her aunt, Mrs. Charlie Gray, in
Clifton Simpson, formerly of the
Hertford Banking Company, has ac
cepted a position in Greenville.
Mrs. Redmond Perry is visiting in
L R. Webb and family motored to
Nags Head Sunday.
The New Hope M. E. Sunday
School will have a picnic at Hobbs
beach Thursday of this week.
Mrs. J. E. Turner is improving af-.
ter being very ill.
Miss Margaret Meads, of Weeks-
ville, spent Friday with Miss Evelyn
Santos Umphlett was in Hertford
Mra. B. S. Banks is spending this
week with Mrs. Dan Simpson.
Miss Nelle Hobbs, of Hertford, vis
ited Mrs. J. W. Jackson last week.
Edison Harrell left Wednesday for
a GC camp. .
Mrs.? T. L. Ward and children,
Thomasine - and David, and Miss
Rooells Ward, .have returned home
after spending some time at the home
of Mrs. Ward's parents near Ashe-
B.! R. Parks; Hi H. Lane, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Chappell, Mrs. S. G, Brad
ford and McCoy Phthisic went on a
fishing trip'last Friday. ' '
lit and' Mrs. .Malvern Spivey. and
daughters, Dorothy, Mary Alice and
Jecn, of Oxford, .spent a few days of
t! 'r vacation,, with, Mrs.' Spivey's
r "-or, Mrs. Cornie , Spivey. They
e: Ived Tuesday and - left Saturday
f ' a T:w days' visit in Edenton be
i '7 tome.4 - ; ' :
land,- Mrs. H. H. Lane, and J. C. Dail
were in Edenton; Monday afternoon.
, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Boyce Jiave had
as their, guest Mrs. Boyce's mother,
Mrs, Tim Ellis, of Sunbury, who re
turned home Sunday,-' - , .
The Ryland Woman's Club met on
Tuesday for its regular meeting, but
because of the rainy weather only a
few members were present, and the
meeting was postponed,
' Misses Helen and Norma Spivey, of
Washington, D, C, are visiting rela
tives and friends here. They expect
to be in the' community about three
Misses Minnie and Carrie Parks, of
Rocky Hock, are spending this week
with their grandmother, Mrs. Harriett
Misses Neola Jordan and Addie
Raby, of Gatesville, are guests of
Mrs. Roy Parks.
Mrs. Lucius Stafford and son, of
SoutHi Norfolk, Va., are visiting her
parentis, Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey
Mrs. Roy Parks had as her guests
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Jordan
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jor
dan, of Bagley Swamp; Mrs. M. E.
Copeland and children, Mrs. J. C.
Dail, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lane and
Mrs. Harriett Parks, Carson Parks,
Lois Davis, Avis Ward, Elmer and
Edward Ward spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Byrum, near Cannon's
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Goodwin, oi
Smithfield, Va., spent the week-end
with her father, Mr. O. N. Jordan,
and Mrs. Jordan.
Miss Laura Copeland spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. Lloyd
Mrs. R. R. Keaton is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Wood, at New Hope.
Miss Elizabeth Hollowell, of Balla
hack, visited her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Perry, Sunday after
noon. Carroll Dail is spending some time
at Camion's Ferry with his aunt,
Mrs. John Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Butt and two
children, Mary Lou and Calvin, of
New Hope, spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Cu Perry and
daughters, Kathryn and" Ruth, from
near Edenton, visited Mrs. Perry's
sister, Mrs. Beulah Williams, Friday.
Mrs. T. R. Davenport and little
son, of Yeopim, have returned home
after visiting relatives here.
Wallace Hobbs returned home on
Sunday, from a visit to his sister,
Mrs. Lucius Butt, of New Hope.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Bagley, of
Edenton, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Miss Maude Keaton . is visiting
Miss Sallie B. Wood at New Hope.
William Sumner, of South NorfohT,
Va., is visiting relatives in this sec
tion. J. M. HollowehV'of Hertford, Ruote
3, has returned home after a short
visit with his sons, W. G. and J. F
Hollowell. ' Mrs. Vera Miller and daughter,
Anne, of Elizabeteh City, have, re
turned home after spending a few
days with Mrs. W. G. Hollowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller and
Pruden Miller, of West Virginia, are
visiting Mrs. Miller's sister, Miss
Myrtle Umphlett. :
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hughes, of Dur
ham, are visiting "Mrs. Hughes' pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Morgan."
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Winslow spent
Sunday at Nags Head. ". .p;,n'.
Miss Mattie Reed has . returned to
her home near Hertford after spend
ing some time with her sister, Mrs.
F. S. Winslow. ';,r,
Mrs. W. G. Holowell Honors Mother
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell was hostess
at a surprise birthday party Thurs
day evening, August 15, honoring her
mother, Mrs. Vera Miller. When
Mrs. Miller arrived for, the week-end
with her daughter all of her friends
and neighbors were there to greet
her. Lemonade ! was served by the
hostess while the honoree talked to
her friends about old times. little
Jimmie Earnhardt, Jr., Joel Hollowell
and Anne Miller then rushed in with
their arms laden ' with gifts , from
friends for r Mrs. Miller and cried,
"Happy blrthdayt; After ithe gift
had been, opened and admired, the
guests were, invited into . the dining
room, where ' . a beautiful pink and
white birthday cake formed a center
piece on the table. The cake was
cut and serred with delicious .:? ; fruite
ice cream. The ; guests included:
Mrs. J. H. Baker, Mrs. A. B. Wins
low Sr ;Mrs. A R. Winslow, Jr.,
Misses Annie and Eliza White, Mrs.
D. P. Stalling, ! Miss Dona , Wlite,
Mrs. J. L. Nixon, Mrs. George Miller,
Mrs. J. F. Hollowell, Mrs. W. F. Mor
gan, Mrs. D S Trueblood, Mrs. Jim
mie Earnhardt and son, Jhn?3, Jr.,
rai VTi. W-Tt E-'Iey, of r " "
I The Missionary Society , of Oak
Grove. Church will' meet at the home
of Mrs. C. Pt Quincy Wednesday af
ternoon at three o'clock. A large at
tendance is desired. , . ' - , ? -x
; Mrs. W. R, Perry,, Mrs.-Eula Perry
and little daughter, Shirley, have re
turned, after a week's stay at Ocean
View.ya, 4 s,1 n j ,
'. Miss Gladys Stalling has returned
to her home in Elizabeth City,- after
spending a week with Miss Waverly
O'Dorsey.'J K CX" fa u- - '
- Miss Louise Wilson Is spending
his week near Edenton as ilhe guest
of her aunt, Mrs. Z. W- Evans, t ;
Mr., and Mrs. C.,; P. Quincy, Miss
Lena Symons 'and Miss ; Waverly
O'Dorsey spent , the day Thursday at
Nags Head. s
The many . friends of -, Mr. H. E.
Stokley, of Woodville, are grieved to
learn of his illness.
Mrs. Paul Gregory, of Elizabeth
City, visited her father, Mr. H. E.
Stokley, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George ; Alexander
spent Friday afternoon with Mrs.
Earl Perry, of New Hope.
Mrs. Viola Alexander spent last
week with relatives at Woodville.
Quite a number of ladies are plan
ning to attend the County W. M. U.
which meets at Mt. Sinai Church on
Wednesday. - '
Mr. C. P. Quincy spent Friday in
Elizabeth City on Business. , .' .
Misses Waverly 0'Dorseyt Marjory
Howell and Hilda Byrum were guests
of Miss Ruth Wilson Monday after
noon. Mrs. Lucy Elliott spent Monday
with her mother, Mrs. John Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lewis have re
turned to their home at Roper after
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis.
Mrs. John Asbell visited friends in
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy motored
to Elizabeth City Sunday
Miss Elizabeth Wilson is expected
home Sunday from Mercer Univer
sity, Macon, Ga., where she has been
Mrs. John Asbell and Mrs. Daisy
Perry visited Mrs. Charlie Bright on
Rev. J. W. Dimmette and family,
of Winfall, were dinner guest3 of
Mrs. George Bright Sunday.
Master John Asbell, Jr., is able to
be out again after a week's illness.
Miss Annabelle ood, who has been
ill, is much improved at her home
Mrs. Oscar Byrum was in Hertford
Mrs. Robert Perry, of Woodville,
was in Elizabeth City Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman West visited
Mrs. Tom Morgan Sunday.
Mrs. John Symons and children
visited Mrs. Pattie White, of Okisko,
Miss Vivian Maude Chappell, . who
is taking a beauty course in Norfolk,
Va., spent the week-end " With , her
mother, Mrs.' Maude Chappell. - i
; Carson -White, "of Hertford, is
spending the week with Carroll Lay
Week-end t visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. T. G- Forbes included Mr. and
Mrs. " Cecil Forbes and family,' ' oi
Ndrfolk, Va., ; Mr. and Mrs. W; R
Simpson, of Elizabeth City. ' j,
Mrs. Maude Chappell and family
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Jessup, at Gates Station.!
Mrs. S...M. Winslow was vthe week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs.' Norman
Winslow, of Bethel. .1?
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. White and fam
ily, of Hertford, visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. I White Sunday afternoon.! 'J
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chappell- and
children, Mary Louise and ': Julia
Miller, Mrs. W- T. Smith and Mrs. T.
C- Perry spent Thursday In 'Norfolk,
Misses Marie Copeland and Hilda
Chappell, of Snow Hill, spent Satur
day night with Mr. and Mrs.' W. W.
Chappell. ' J- . '
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Copeland, of
Portsmouth, Va., visited Mr., and Mrs.
J.. M. Copeland Sunday. . vt. 1 ;
Mrs. Alice Hunt, of Fountain City.
Ind., is the guest of Miss Bertha V
Smith. - ' f-j;' - )
. Mrs. T. C. Perry and children, Mar;
jorie and Timothy Claire, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Duncan, of South
.Mills. , . . i
F. Murray White and son, Jack, of
Winston- Salem, are visiting F. C
White. ' , - -A
Enjoyable Birthday Party
' Mrs. J. E. Corbitt entertained on
Tuesday afternoon from 2:89 to 4:80
-o'clock in honor of her daughter,
Fannie Maude, whose fifteenth birth
day anniversary it was. The honoree
received many dainty gifts, - Many
interesting games were enjoyed - by
alL Iced tea; and cake were served.
Those present were: Sybil Byrum,
Sybil Layden, Hazel Twine, Thelma
ChappelL Evelyn White, ; Knche
Chappell, Marjorie White, rnnie
Maude Corbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Elliott 1 :Vmi?m ' - '1, i r
. Woman's Missionary Union Meets '
The Woman's Missionary Urn of
Whiteville Grove Church met
afirmoon at the home of 11 .
C-:;elL The meeting op
iyma 'i "Flinj Out the I
Let It Float" Miss Delsie
head conJct;d tLe'lasson. T
Ut err--'., cw':s tzi tdzt v
I : TWO STARS
TWO STARS" J -Joan
Crawford and Robert Mont
gomery, two popular favorites of
movie-goers, will be seen playing the
leading roles at the Taylor Theatre,
Edenton, on Monday and Tuesday in
tne mucn-advertised picture "No
pell, Mrs. W. T. Smith, Mrs. C. T.
Rogerson, Mrs. C. V. Ward, Mrs.
Sarah Layden, Miss Olive Layden,
Miss Delsie Whitehead, Mrs. G. W.
Whitehead, Mrs. T. F. Forbes, Mrs.
W. F. Simpson and Mrs. Maude
Mrs. Winslow Hostess to Group
The Woman's Missionary Union of
Piney Woods Friends' Church met on
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. L. C. Winslow with. Mrs. E. S.
White as assistant hostess. Mrs.
Alice Hunt gave the devotional. Mrs.
T. C. Perry conducted the lesson from
the study book, "Women Under the
Southern Cross." Delicious refresh
ments were served during the social
hour. Those present were: Mrs.
Sarah Layden, Mrs. T. R. Winslow,
Mrs. Claude 'Winslow, Mrs. E. L.
Chappell, Misses Clara, Emma arid
Lucy White, Mrs. V. C. Lane, Mrs.
T. C. Perry, Mrs. J. M. Copeland,
Miss Bertha Smith, Mrs. H. P. White,
Miss Grace Chappell, Mrs. T. P.
Layden, Mrs. Alice Hunt, Mrs. Lind
sey Winslow, Miss Elsie Copeland,
Mrs. E. S. White and Mrs. L. C
Rosa Powell Circle
Met Monday Night
The Rosa Powell Circle of the Wo
man's Missionary Society of the;
Hertford Baptist Church met. on
Monday night with Mrs. E. A. By
rum, with Mrs. Charles J ohnson,
leader, giving the last of the book
studied recently. .
,; Others taking part on the program
were Mrs. P. L. Stephens and Mrs.
H. T. Bond. ,
Dainty refreshments were served
by the hostess at the close of the
meeting when ladies enjoyed a so
cial hour. . ' -
Those present included Mesdames
Tommy Miller, Luther H. Congleton,
Raymond -Skinner, V. A. - Holdren,
Seldon Godwin, W. T. Elliott, George
Chappell, H. T. Bond, Luther Sitter-
son, D. Spivey, Lula Lane, B. W
Pennington, T. E. Raper, Chas. John
son, C. 0. Fowler, Ben Wood and
Miss Ruth Sutton. A - - , 1
' There was also one visitor, Mrs.
P. L. Stephens. , , ' " . "
:....v EDENTON, N. C.,;- ' ,
ALWAYS COMFORTABLY COOL
Program Today and Friday, ' - ,
August 22-23 -
. Paramount's ;
"Stplen Harmony" ,
1 GEORGE RABTf
BEN BERNIE AND HIS LADS
Saturday, August 24-
"Pals of the Range"
. ' . REX LEASE " - '
j YAKIMA CANUTT ,
- Also First Episode
Rustlers of Red Gap"
u , ,7 1 Comedy ' -"
Monday and Tuesday, . ; J -
August 2-27 -
'No Mere Uhz
; J" joan ciuwrc: d
Wednesday, Acjuct 23
. ALL C ' '
K J Teacher Married
- Of; Interest $p Perquimans people
was ' the wedding of Miss 'Josephine
Futrell, of Rich; Square, , and John
Thomas Weaver of PinetopB, which
took place in ' the First Baptist
Church of Rocky Mount on Thursday,
August 15, at high noon. 1
: The couple entered the' church to
gether, being unattended,' and were
met at the' alter by Dr. Kin'scloe, be
fore Whom the vows were spoken. ':'
V The bride wore a fall model dress
of plum shade ' with, metallic t trim
and accessories to' match. She wore
a corsage of Talisman rose buds,
After a trip to an unannounced des
tination. Mr. and ' Mrs. Weaver will
be 'at home in Pine Tops after Au
gust 25: ' " ' . -
;Mrs. Weaver, who is. the daugh
ter of Mr.; and Mrs. ' Julian Linwood
Futrell, Sr.,! of Rich" Square, ' is a
grand daughter of the late Matt Fut
rell, and a great grand daughter of
the late Robert Miller of England
She received her A.B. : degree from
Chowan College.' and did graduate
work " at Lewis Training School,
Washington, D. C. She was former
ly a member of the faculty of Belvi-
dere School m Perquimans.
Mr. Weaver is the son of the late
A party in Hertford to ac
cept 1,000.00 a year for life,
by Camay, beginning this
- SEE -
J. C. Blanchard & Co.
3 Bars for 14 Cents
All property owners in the Town of Hertford will take
notice that they are required to have vacant lots trimmed at
once, in accordance with the following Town Ordinance:
"Section 1. It shall beunlawful for the owner of any
lot, or the owner of any vacant lot or swamp lands, within the
corporate limits of the Town, to allow the same to remain cov
ered with, weeds, thistles or other undergrowth after such oc
cupant or, owner had been notified-by the Street Commissioner
to cut down euch undergrowth, and each day that such under
growth remains after due date notice by the Street Commis
sioner,' shall constitute a separate off ense, provided, however,
that such undergrowth . shall be cut down during the months
of July and August
; "Section 2; Should any such owner or agent fail or re
fuse to execute the provisions of this ordinance, after due
notice, it ehall be the duty of the Street Commissioner o have ;
the work done in the most economical manner and report the
cost to the Clerk, who shall add the amount to the tax of the
offender and collect in the same manner that taxes are col
lected." . ...... v..-.- '.., - V. '.- - .
E. L. REED, Mayor
I For Economical Hauling
V"""" ' ' ' ' ' i x,. .
There is an International a A a
Truck for. every type of r- v
hauliner. Why not buv a
truck with a truck motor? , Vy
1 1 CcTTcIct 1-ton -
Z 1 1C C :rrc!:t 1-ton 1
H i-i: : r.:c :.i a Ford lWtoIII i:
llC:i C;cvrc!ct W4-tc3lL' . :
: i ir-3 CisTidst ij4-fc3 1- ...... :
Mr. and ' Mrs. Benjamin . Franklin '
Reaver, of Pinetops.,' He, is a farm- '
er ofEdgecomoe and has an interest, ,
in the Pinetops Moto Company.
. 5 Tons First Class
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J. 0-Wnite, , 7
HERTFORD, N. C ,
Burning with Fovcr
Sure Relief for Malarial
. . ...
Don't try homemade treatments or
newfangled remedies! Take that good old
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Soon you '
will be yourself again, for Grove's Taste- :
less Chill , Tonic not only relieves the
symptoms of Malaria, but destroys the
infection itself .
The tasteless quinine in Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic kills the Malarial infec
tion in the blood while the iron it con
tains builds up the blood to overcome the
effects of the disease and fortify against
further attack. The twofold effect is ab
solutely necessary to the overcoming of
Malaria. Besides being a dependable rem
edy for Malaria, Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic is also an excellent tonic of general
use. Pleasant to take and absolutely
6 armless. Safe to give children. Get a
ottle today at any drug store. - Now two
sizes 40c and $1. The $1 size, contains
2'A times as much as the 50c size and
gives you 25 more, for your money.
lton . '