North Carolina Newspapers

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- Published every Friday at The
Perqoimans Weekly ff&ce In jthe
; ' Gregory Building, Church ,; Street,
' Hertford, N. C. 5
Day Phone -,.t$8
Night Phone 100-3
One Year $1.25
Six Months '. ,l,76c
Entered as second class matter
November 15, 1934, at the post office
at "Hertford, "North Carolina,-; under
the Act of fiUurclt i ll9, m ft
Advertising rates furnished by re
quest. ' ''
FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1936.
REAL RELIGION: Pure religion
and undefiled before our God and the
Father is this, to visit the fatherless
and widows in their affliction, and to
keep himself unspotted from the
world. James 1:.7.
The town generally is cooperating
in the clean-up movement. On every
hand is seen signs of cleaning and
improvement. Nobody wishes to
feel that they are not keeping step
when others are cleaning up. The
thing is catching-
A number of the unsightly spots
"have already been cleaned up. This
is good. A clean town is always an
attractive town.
Painting, too, is being done here
and there, and we have reliable in
formation that a great deal more im
provement in the way of painting is
planned by various residents.
And now comes a suggestion which
is timely indeed. The warm weath
er is upon us, the season for flies.
There are, scattered about the town,
many trash cans and garbage cans.
Into these is dumped much which at
tracts the filthy fly. Many of these
containers are uncovered. They
should be kept ocvered. The owner
of each container, whether it is one
used by individuals, or those in use
by the business places of the town,
should see that there is a well-fitting
top and that it is kept on the gar
bage can.
Let everybody cooperate in elimin
ating breeding places for flies and
help in the destruction of the pests.
Miss Frances Pulliam ' and Miss
Enola Reed, of WinstonSalem," were
week-end 'guests o Mr. and Mrs. "E.
S. White. . ' tr .
Mrs. Oscar Felton, and children,- of
Hertford, were dinner guests, of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A, Chappell Friday even
ing. . , . . t
Miss Blanche Chappell spent the
week-end with Miss Hazel Twine, of
Hickory Cross. .
Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs
F. C, .White included Mr., and Mrs.
Murray White, and soh'Jack?! of
wuision-otuem, jar. anu airs, viviuii
White and family, of Biscoe. .
DifC E. White spent "Tuesday in
Edenton, on business. v
Miss Edna Layden, of Hertford,
was the. guest, of Miss Elsie Copeland
Thursday.. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith spent
Sunday with Mrs. Smith's brother,
in Franklin, Va. -
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jessup and two
daughters, Carolyn and Faye, of
Gates; Miss Vivian Maude Chappell,
of Suffolk, Va., spent Sunday with
Mrs. Maude Chappell.
Miss Fannie Maude Corbifcwri
the week-end guest of her sister,
Mrs. Wilbur Elliott, of near Hert
ford. ;
Miss Elsie Copeland, Miss Orene
Chappell and Mrs. Louis" Winslow
spent Friday with Mrs. V. C. Lane.
Miss Doris Miller, of Winfall, was
the week-end guest of Miss Julia
Miller Chappell.
Mrs. M. G. Brown, of Edenton;
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brinn, of Hert
ford. Dr. Clyde Millener, president
of Guilford College, visited Dr. E. S.
White and sisters Sunday.
Rev. Murray Johnson, f Greens
boro, and J. Edward " Ransmond, of
Tennessee Mts., visited friends here
Mrs. Julian E. Ward, Mrs. T. J.
Hoskins and son, Richard, of Eden
ton, visited Mrs. N. Q. Ward, Thurs
day afternoon..
A colored man, who was charged
with the illegal possession of liquor,
was on the stand in Perquimans Re
corder's Court The defendant was
explaining that the liquor at his
house had been placed there , by
some one else. On the stand he tes
tified that while he was in jail
awaiting trial the owner of the li
quor sent him word that if he would
not mention her name in court she
would employ a lawyer for liim.
The Albertson-Gaither bridal par
ty, out-of-town guests and a few in
timate friends were entertained by
Mrs. W. H. Hardcastle and Mrs.
Clyde McCallum, at the home of the
latter, on Friday night immediately
following the rehearsal at the church.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Heywood
Goodwin, at their home in Hertford,
on Wednesday, April 22, a daughter.
"And," said the defendant, "I told
the fellow to tell her that I didn't
want no lawyer because 1 was going
to tell the truth."
'Mrs. Russet 'Smith and daughters,
Janice and Mae Talmadge," of West
Norfolk, .Va., spent a - few days last
week with her sister,, Mrs. Leonidas
Lane. s$i f - : v K
Mr. , and Mrs. ' Matthew. Winslovf
and daughter, Jean, .of Norfolk. Va.,
spent the week-end with his-parents,
Mr. ahd Mrs." A. II 'Winslow. i
' Dr Clyde A. &ilner of Guilford
CoHegej visited Mr., and Mrs. John
T. Lane and - family Sunday after
noon. . f vi'- , .-
. .MrsA. perpy Winslow, l; Mrs. . Leoni
das Lane and daughter, Lucille, Mrs
RusseU : Smith$:Wrs( Mercer Winslow,
Mrs. John Lassiter '. and Mrs. Lind
sey Winslow attended the "quilting
bee" at the home; of Mrs; Linwood
Winslow, of Bemdere, Tuesday af-
Mr.' and Mra,W, T!. . Winslow. Mr.
and ,Mra.Luciu8,. Winslow andichilr
dren, Reby and Leslie,' spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs; L. .L. Winslow in
Hertford. "
Miss Lillian Winslow, of Washing
ton, D. C, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Winslow
and sons, Dolan and Gale; Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Winslow visited Mr. and
J. Af W4iitcro)" Winfall, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Allison White and
children, of Hillsboro, spent the
week-end with his mother, Mrs. Hen
ry Winslow.
Mrs. Joseph Winslow and children,
of Bagley Swamp, spent Tuesday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Winslow.
Mrs. Jesse Osborne, of ' Greens
boro,, spent the week-end with her
mother, Mrs. Henry Winslow.
Property will be offered on terms,
first cash, . second one-half cash and
balance, jn pne andj two years, defers
Under and by virtue of the power
conveyed to me under the will of
John 0. White, Sr., which is recorded
in the office of the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of Perquimans County
in Will Book J, page 83 et seq., and
in compliance, with item 15th of
said will, I will on Friday, the 15th
day of May, 196, offer for resale
to the highest bidder for cash, or on
terms, at the Court House door in
Hertford, "The CofRn Shop and store
property and all land belonging to it,
situate on Market and Edenton Road
Streets in the Town of Hertford,
North Carolina'' said lot adjoins lot
of Lilly Rebecca Harrell and Nellie
Virtue Griffin on north, the lot of H.
G. Winslow, formerly Sarah Spivey,
on east, Market Street on south and
Edenton Road Street on west.
The property will be offered for
nltf !
re, I payments ' bearing interest ' and
se ured by first claim on - property.
Riht to reject any or all bids is re
served, v ' ' ' - W"
' V sale will be at 12 o'clock noon.
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. This April 28th, 1936
Executor John O. White.' Sr., , 'do
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"Where are you going?" The
question was asked of a certain man
charged with being drunk on the
street. "I am going to court," he
answered, "where I am to be tried
for reckless walking!"
Although she was critically 111 for
a long time with pneumonia during
the period, losing six weeks of school
work, Eva Anne Tucker made the
grand honor roll for last quarter.
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