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Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Jackson, - of
High Point,'-who attended the Nixon
Skinner wedding in Hertford, on
Thursday afternoon, were house-
ffuesta of Dr. and Mrs- J. J. Skinner
for two days following the wedding.
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Jarvis and their
two sons, Kenneth and Jack, of Ell
labeth City, spent Christmas with
Mrs. Jarvis' mother, Mrs. K. R. New
bold. 1
Miss Martha Elizabeth Jordan,
who has spent the Christmas holidays
with her mother, Mrs. R. S. Jordan,
has returned to Norfolk, Va., where
she is attending Mrs. Johnson's
Shorthand School.
Miss Helen Morgan, of the New
Hope school faculty, spent the Christ
mas holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Morgan.
Miss Louise Payne, who is a stu
dent at Greensboro College, spent the
Christmas holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Payne.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pollard, of
Bethel, Pitt County, spent the week
end with Mrs. Pollard's parents, Mr
and Mrs. R. D. Elliott
Miss Mary Gaither, of Elizabeth
City, spent Christmas with her
mother, Mrs. W. G. Gaither.
John Broughton, Jr, who is a stu
dent at State College, Raleigh, spent
the holidays . with his parents, Mr.
and Mm. John Ttronirhton.
Richard Payne, a student at Stat
College, Raleigh, spent the holidays
with his parentl, Mt and Mrs. E. E.
Mr. and rs. Nathan Toms and
lighter, Miss Isabel Toms, of
Pet' . v. ,.Vr,4
,r8Dunt, va., were um
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wnite.
m 1.. M. nimiMntr Ilia SIS-
ter, Mrs. George Harrell, at Orlando,
I J. Copeland, who has been sick
for several weeks, is feeling better
and is able to sit up a part of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Newbold
have returned to their home in Ra
leigh, after spending the holidays
with Mr. Newbold's mother, Mrs. K.
R. Newbold.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Withrow have
returned to their home in Norfolk,
Va., after a visit to Mrs. Withrow's
mother, Mrs. K. R. Newbold.
J. M. Newbold spent Christmas at
Wilmington with his family.
Bob Jett, of Richmond, Va., was
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs,
T. S. White.
The condition of Mrs. T. F. Wins
low, who has been sick for some time,
is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Morgan and
their two children, Duke and Bettie,
have returned to their home in Ra
leigh, after visiting Mrs. Morgan's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. McM.
Mrs. P- H. Small is sick at her
home on Church Street with an at
tack of flu.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R Tucker and
their son, Reggie, spent Wednesday
at Columbia, visiting Rev. and Mrs.
R. S. Monds.
Cadet W. R. Crawford has returned
to West Point, after spending the
holidays with his mother, Mrs. L. R,
Mrs. Walter Dail and her little
daughter, Rebecca, former Hertford
residents, who now live at Murfrees
boro, and who are spending the holi
days with Mrs. DaU's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Baker, at Whiteston,
were in Hertford on Tuesday.
Mrs. C. W. Morgan and Mrs. G. E.
Newby left Friday for Orlando, Fla..
where they expect to spend the re
mainder of the winter.
Mrs. F. W. Hobbs, Sr., of Rich
mond, Va., has returned home after
spending the holidays with her sister,
Mrs. Charles Johnson.
Miss Grace .Chappell, who teaches
at Wilson, spent . the holidays with
her pareif s, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Chap
pell. .'
Miss Merlee Asbell, a student at
Chowan College, Murfreesboro, is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Asbell,
iRay Chappell, of Wilmington, Del.,
spent me Holidays witn nis parents,
Mr. and Mrs, E. L Chappell
Miss Vivian Maude Chappell, of
Norfolk, Va., is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Maude Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whedbee, of
Washington, D. &, spent Christmas
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, of
Elizabeth City, spent the week as the
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. G. Forbes.
Miss Elsie Copeland returned home
Tuesday after a visit with relatives in
Richmond, Va.
Miss Evelyn White spent Christmas
Day in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Turner, of Boy-
kins, Va., Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Raiford
and Clinton Raiford, of Norfolk, Va.,
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow spent
Christmas Day with Mrs. Lillie Mae
White and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Furman and
daughter, Margaret, of Media, Pa-,
and Mr. George Lewis, of Middleton,
Conn., spent a few days here visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow.
P. T. A. Holds Interesting Meeting
The P. T. A. of Belvidere school
met Wednesday night, December 18.
After the business was transacted,
the following program was given:
Songs, "Joy to the World," "The
Nativity," Melba Dale and Dixie
Chappell; Song by 6th and 7th
Grade children; "Kitty's Present," by
Clemma Lay den; Recitation and song,
Thelma Elliott, Mary Elliott and
Jewell White; Solo, by Wilton Lamb;
Recitation, by Preston Copeland;
Reading, by Mrs. Herman Winslow;
Duet, Mrs. Pearl Lane and Mrs. Vir
ginia Lane.
During the social hour candy and
apples were served.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Evans and chil
dren spent Christmas Day with Mrs.
R. A. Perry, near Burgess.
Mrs. Mack Sanderlin, of Shawboro,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and, Mrs. R. H. Harrell.
J. T. Lane, of Hertford, spent Fri
day afternoon with his sister, Mrs.
R. K. Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harrell and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Harrell
and children, of Rocky Hock; Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Harrell and baby spent
Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Harrell.
Mrs. F. S. Dale spent last week
with her son, I. R. Dale.
Mr. and Mrs. Singleton Lane and
son spent Christmas Day with Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Rogerson, of Beech
sick at
Mrs. Joe Overman is very
her home near Winfall.
Mrs. Haywood Porctor is very sicl
at her home here.
Mrs. Fred. S. Winslow has returned
from a Norfolk, Va., hospital, where
she underwent a very serious opera
tion last week. She is getting along
nicely now.
J. F. and W. G. HoUowell
Tuesday in Raleigh on business.
Mrs. Byrd, of Durham, spent
Christmas jvith her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hollowell
spent Christmas with Mrs. W. D.
Miller in Elizabeth City.
Miss Alma Leggett, of the Winfal'
school faculty, spent the holidays al
her home in Washington, N. C.
'. ,'Miss 'Lucille .Long, of the Winfall
school faculty, spent the holidays at
her home near Bethel, this county.
Miss Gertnide Baker, of Norfolk,
, Va., spent the Christmas . holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
, . Mr. and Mrs. a. i. west, of Ay
den, spent the holidays with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, near
' Winfall. -
fr: Miss Pattie Dimmette, of Meredith
' College, repent the holidays with her
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.Mr. and' Mrs. Raymond' Jordan
' spent Christmas In Washington, N. C.
Miss Frances Gertrude Fleetwood,
of the Chinquapin school faculty, Pitt
County, is enjoying the Christmas
vacation at. the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleetwood.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Elliott are on
the sick list.
Miss Katie Barber, of Norfolk, Va.,
spent the Christmas holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barber.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Long, of Rich
mond, Va., T. A. Long, of Washing
ton, D. C, spent Christmas at thi
home of their father, T. J. Long.
Mrs. Louis Chappell, of Elizabeth
City, called on her sister, Mrs. H. D
Elliott, Friday.
Miss Hilda Barber left Saturday to
visit relatives in Tarboro.
. Miss Martha Lane, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Sidney Lane, and Joseph
Lee Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Smith, nil of RnllnVinMr. waia
spent marrie( Tuesday, December 24 at the
home of Rev. A. A. Butler, in Hert
ford. The bride was becomingly at
tire in a dark blue outfit with acces
sories to match.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their
home at Ballahack. -
Miss Alice Simpson, daughter of
Mrs. Lindsey Godwin, of Winfall
and George Roach, son of Mr. and
Mrs- J. R. Roach, of near Winfall
were married Christmas Day at the
home of Mr w and Mrs. J. W. Ward
in Winfall, by the Rev. J. W. Dim
mette, pastor of the Winfall "M, E
Church. ' ' ' '
mj, .and Mrs. Roach.' expect to
make their home near Winfall. .
-Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. Elliott,
of Hertford, i at the Albemarle Hos
pital,' in," Elizabeth City, , on Friday,
December 27. 1935, a son, Miles Sid-
It's satisfying to Itnoiv that you can buy tho samo vay
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there are Just two kinds
of vehicles .. ."ordinary"
Out it's the emergency
type . . . the fire-engines
&nd the ambulzsces . .
? for which the Govcrnmcat
specifies a fast-strtingf
more powerful gascnew
Here's your cue. Yea can
buy a gasoline for your
car that matches thehish
specifications which the
Government sets.
sure . . . to make certain
that your gasoline is as
good as the Govcrcaent
requires ... or besr.
Use nothing bet Texaco
we say It is peppier,,?
Because we claim it's
No. There's a much more
assuring reason than that.
It's this... Fire-Chief
gasoline meets the high
Government specifica
tions for emergency duty I
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tsll us, 4r.lotorists ore
Cfcd to cet the low-down
' cn a caserne ... tee wsy
; Texaco ivcS ittiiftrai 1
Motorists themselves
write, "It's good to know
, that when I buy Texaco
Fire-Chief . I'm guying
as the ;oveffiRisnw
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