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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. &, , FRIDAY. .JANUARY 81 1936
i'.UIg Sarah Brian, who is a stu
dent at Duke University, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Jurs. k. I . tfrinn.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinn, who
have recently been living at Roches
ter, N. Y., are visiting Mr. Brinn's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosser Brinn.
Bill Jessup, who is a student at
Duke University, spent the week-end
at home. .
Edison Harris, who is a student at
Wake Forest College, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Z. A. Harris. .
Miss Mary Ella Newsome, of
Wake Forest, spent the week-end in
Hertford as the guest of Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. B. F. Ainsley has returned
from a week's visit to relatives at
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell. of Winfall.
who has been sick for the past two
weeks, is convalescent and is back at
her post as saleswoman at the store
of Simon s.
L. W. Anderson and his son, Jack,
EDENTON, N. C
PROGRAM COMING WEEK
' Today (Thursday) and Friday,
"HANDS ACROSS THE TABLE"
SATURDAY, FEB. 1
mxc29 (3 ft tsrcqj
STARTS SATURDAY, FEB. 1
Dont Miss a Single Episode
Monday and Tuesday Feb. 8-4
Lf, -- "DRv SOCRATES"
Paul Muni - Ann Dvorak
Wednesday, February 6
"M i" "MURDER MAN"
. yirgima Bruce
j - "V REPUBLIC
X X PICTURES
s JXN "Top Hat," fMutiny on the
m Xa C14 Kentucky." Watch
y . '"'- f ? rTTi t?x attractions.';
spent the week-end in Raleigh.
The condition of Mrs. P. H. Small,
who has been very sick, is much im
Misses Carolyn and Hattie Weaver
Kiddick, who are students at E. C,
T. C, Greenville, spent the week-end
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
The condition of Master Joe Towe,
I. i ... " . .
wno nas oeen sick witn an attack ot
malaria, is much improved.
Mrs.L. R. Crawford is on the sick
Rev. A. A. Butler recently visited
his son, Heywood Butler, of Wilson,
who is & patient in a Norfolk Hospi
tal. Mr. cuuer reports ins son
Mr. And Mrs. Howell
Honorees At Showei
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Howell, whose
marriage took place during the
Christmas holidays, were the honor
ees of a miscellaneous shower given
by a large number of their friends on
Tuesday evening at the close of the
Parent-Teacher Association meeting
of the Beech Spnng school.
Mra. Howell, who before her re
cent marriage was Miss Delsie
Whitehead, is the teacher at the
Beech Spring school, and the shower
was planned and carried out as a
Mr. and Mrs. Howell were asked
to come up on the stage at the close
of the program, at which time, Miss
Minnie Louise Nixon appeared and
recited an original poem. Following
this two tiny tots, Lizzie Ward Hun
ter and Horace Layden, dressed as
miniature bride and groom, pulled
upon the stage a heavily laden wag
on. The "load" proved to be gift
packages for the bride and groom,
which upon being opened were found
to be most attractive and useful ar
ticles for the new home of the new
There was an additional program
of contests and games, and all of the
prizes won were graciously present
ed to the bride.
Later in the evening dainty r
freshments were served- -
Those nresent included: Mrs. Ward
Hunter and little daughter, Lizzie
Ward, Miss Mary Davis, Master
Mack Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Gibb Nixon
and little daughter, Mae Wood; Mr.
tnd Mrs. Jarvis Forehand and two
daughters, Marjorie and Lucy; Mrs.
C. B. Stallings, Miss Callie Stallings,
Thurston Stallings, Mr. and Mrs. A.
E. Layden and children, Horace and
Myra; Elliott Layden, Mr. and Mrs.
John Hill and little son, Billy; Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Perry, Misses Lil
lian Rae and Paulette Perry, Misses
Alma and Sybil Howell, Mr. and Mrs
Wayland Howell and little daughter,
Eleanor Faye: Mrs. Ben Winslow and
children, Lawrence, Joyce and Rosa
lyn; Mrs. D. J. Rogerson and son,
Thomas; Miss Stella Rogerson, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Copeland and two
children, Ethel and Marion; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Winslow and sons, John
Newby, Tracy and Howard; Harry
Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wins
low, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nixon and
daughters, Mariam and Minnie Lou
ise; Preston Nixon, Miss Elizabeth
Nixon, Judson Caddy, Jack Hunter,
Miss Eleanor Hunter, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Perry, Mr. and Mrs . Jim
Perry and son, James; Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Layden, Tahnadge Stallings, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Goodwin and son,
Will, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Good
win and son, Earl, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Boyce and sons, Horace and
Jutian; W. F. B. Sawyer and son,
Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perry and
sons, Elwood and Vernon Lee; Joseph
Perry, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. White
head, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Miller and
daughter, Doris; Alton Winslow, Rev.
and Mrs. R. E. Walston.
Announces Schedule -Of
Miss Gladys Hamrick has an
nounced the following dates of home
demonstration club meetings for the
month of February, all the meetings
to be held at 2:30 in the afternoon,
with the exception of the Durante
Neck Club, which meets at 7:30 in
Chapanoke Club, with Mrs. C.
Quincy, on February 4.
. Whiteston Club on February 6.
Hunters Fork Club, with Mrs. R.
R. Chappell. on February 7.
Ballahack Club, with Mrs. L. B.
Perry, on February 10.
Beech Spring Club,' with Mrs. W.
O. Hunter, on February 11. -
Durante Neck Club, with Mrs. L.
R. Webb, on February 11.
Woodville Club, at the school
house, on February 13. , .
Bethel-Burgess Club, on February
Belvidere Club on February 19. -Miss
Hamrick expects to take up
breakfast cereals nd the menu of
different types of breakfast wOl be
discussed. There will also be given
a demonstration of preparing meals.
- All zen&ers are ured to attend
tiafr Kt?.'.7i Czb inecUs. -
MANY A SILK-STDCWNGfO GIRL
GETS A RUN FOR HER MONEY
P.T. A. Of Belvidere
Meets At School
The Parent-Teachers Association of
Belvidere school met Monday nisrht.
The meeting was opened with the
hymn, "The Battle Hymn of the Re
public." Mrs. Herman Winslow con
ducted the devotional. After the
business was transacted, the follow
ing program was given: Song, "Dixie
Land"; poem, "Robert E. Lee," by
Mattie Lou Turner; reading. "The
Death of the Old Year," Lois As
bell; "Ring Out Wild Bells," Mrs.
Edla Asbell; duet, "In the Garden,"
Mrs. Freeland Copeland and' Mrs.
Murray Lane; reading, Mrs. F. C.
White; "New Year's Resolutions"
Harvey Chappell; reading, Worth
Dale; songs by the 3rd, 4th and 5th
Grades; jokes; Lois Asbell. Evelyn
Copeland and Cassie Winslow.
During the social hour, Mrs. Her
man Winslow and her group served '
nome made candy and apples.
Ford Co. Distributes
Publication of a "Farm Almanac
and Facts Book" which will be dis
tributed to the rural population in
all parts of the country has been an
nounced by the Ford Motor Company.
Xhe book is of a convenient pocket
size, containing 48 pages. It is un
usual in makeup and content pre
senting an extensive array of handy
tables, statistics -and charts for the
assistance of the farmer and business
rman. Other sections are designed to
aid the farm wife.
This first Ford Almanac js publish
ed for 1936 and is now being distri
buted. It carries a readily available
calendar on the back cover and con
tains tables showing the time of rise
and set of sun and moon in all parts
of the country every day of the year.
Other helpful and interesting astro
logical and astronomical information
Among the other prominent sec
tions of the book are: A list of mem
orable historic events for each day of
the year, facts about the universe,
explanations of physical phenomena,
a list of important festivals and an
niversaries for the year, rules for
foretelling weather conditions, popu
lation statistics, facts and records on
farming as an industry, , discussion
of the farm of the future, informa
tion on citizenship and naturaliza
tion, a brief review of the history
and development of the United
States, "do's and don'ts" for use in
emergencies, poisons and their anti
dotes, instructions for floWer and
vegetable gardening, crop seed sow
ing instructions, a list of places of
interest to the tourist, parcel post
rules and regulations; temperature
and rainfall charts, dates of killing
frosts in all parts of the country,
and a table of distances between the
principal cities of the country.
Stories on the founding and devel
opment of the Ford Motor Company
and about the Ford Rouge Plant,
word pictures of famous Edison In
stitute Museum and quaint Green
field Village, established within a few
miles of the Rouge Plant, are other
features of the Ford Farm Almanac
Never leave food in the tin in
which it came after it has been open'
. Empty the tin after using what
is needed, and keep the rest in
covered dish in the ice box.
J. P. Perry's Bargain
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS
, .7; ; WEEK-END
Men's Suits .-$2.75 to $4.75
Boys' Suits, C. ft P. - $M5
Men Wool Pants 95e
Men's Wool Vests ..,.,. .,2Sc
Men's Top Coats - $&50
Overcoats .-.$3.75 to $4-75
Boys' and Girls' Coats We to $150
IT. S. Army Shirts , ; .,-50c
Pants lL 75c
V GRUBS STREET -Just
Around the Corner Front
.it Tie Test 0:e .,
Of Bethel Has Meet
The Woman's Missionary Society
of Bethel Bantist ; Church met with
the president, Mrs. J. M. Fleetwood,
Wednesday afternoon.' The devo
tional was conducted toy the presi
dent Mrs. A. - F.: Porctor was in
chanre of a verv interaatinr mm.
gram, the topic being, "Thy King
dom or Heaven Is Like . . ." The
following members ' of the Society
took part in the program r Mrs. S.
M. Long, Mrs. J. C Hobos, Mrs. R.
D. Creecv. Mrs. C. E. White nH
Mrs Mary Hayman The meeting
was dismissed by Mrs. M. T. Griffin.
The hostess, assisted' by her
daughter, Miss Catherine; served t
delicious sweet course to the follow.
ing members: Mrs. S. M. Long,
Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Mrs. C. T. Phil
lips , Mrs. M N. Dail, Mrs. J. P.
Chesson. Mrs. A. F. Proctor. Mrs.
R. D. Creecy, Mrs. M. T. Griffin, Mrs.
C. E. White, Mrs. Mary Haymon, and
Mrs. J. M. Fleetwood.
Chief Holdren Able
To Be About Again
Chief V. A. Holdren. ene-ineer of
the municipal power plant, who has
been sick is able to be out again.
The chief, who has been sick for a
couple of months, recently spent two
weeks in bed. His condition is much
improved and 'his friends were glad
to see him down town this week.
Why would the average man rath.
er be charged with malice than with
maKing a blunder 7
Hurt By Little Things
Little minds are too much hurt Mr
little things.. Great minds perceive
tnem all, and consequently are not
touched by them.
Two County Couples
Figure In Double
Wedding: Jan. 25tf
Two Perquimans Countv eounfea
figured in a double wedding which
took place in Suffolk. Vs.. on Ratiir.
I day, January 25, When Miss Margaret
wmw, or lurate Three, Hertford, be
came the bride of John Wesley Pike,
of Winfall. and Miss Thelma
of Winfall, and Harry Smith, Jr.,
were united in marriage.
; Mrs. me is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dempsey White, who live
on Route Three, Hertford. Mr. Pike
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Pike,
f Winfall. This couple are making
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" Saturda1 February 1: is the last day of
;Sale, and we urge every thrifty shopper to take advantage of the ' i i '
, great savings we are off enng.: , , . L . . . A'
' 104 Years of Service
their hone with 'the bridegroom's
parents., ; , , . v
Mrs. Smith is the daughter of Mr.
and 'Mra. John Lane, who live near
WinfalL Mr. Smith:- is the son of
Mr. and "Mrs. Harry. Smith,. Sr., who
live -near .WinfalL v; Mr. and Mrs.
Smith are living near Winfall
r Both young couples are very popu
lar with a wide circle of friends in
their j community.- ft,
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