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TUB KQUIUANS TTSZLY. HERTFORD, N. C., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 19S6.
entertained a group of her friends
Thursday evening . At her : noma in
Winfall. Games and contests were
aniAH.J' v' mi m .. - .
-jjfu, aiter wmch dainty refresh
. ments were served.- . : . - '
Those present were ; Misses Roth
xvuui caieman, or Elizabeth
City, Helen Morgan; - Gladys Ward,
Delia Mae Twine, Hilda Byrum,
w6arci, ujwe, Aima uuie, Marga
ret Ferrell; Bessie Ferrell, Mattie
Terrell, and Bessie J. Ward; Charlie
and ike Sproill, Herbert XJray, of
Edenton; Gerald ; Wood, Raymond
Sawyer, Uoyd Twifprd, of Elizabeth
City, Nick Stallings, Murray Pierce,
Shennan Twine, Back Lane, "Ardell
Byrum, Willie Lowe and Woodson
" ruttle. ' "- ; v
Mr. and Mrs. H.. H. Lane and two
children, Juanita and Herbert Raye,
were u Edenton Saturday evening,
Mr. ana jars. Eisworth Blanchard,
of Sign Pine, spent the week-end at
the home of her father, Mr. D. G
Isaac Byrum attended the meeting
ox tne Board or Education in Edenton
Mrs. R. S. Ward and children, and
Miss Mary Lee Davis spent Saturday
in suiioiK, va.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Parks and
children and Miss Rosa Parks visited
at Glided Sunday.
Mrs. Harriett Parks snent Thurs
day with ier daughter, Mrs. J. T.
Byrum, near Cannon's Ferry.
George Ward and Ernest Ward.
of Edenton, visited William and
Lehman Ward Thursday afternoon.
i iuiir 17D1 Ktooinie
Hertford Building & Loan Association
win utfer Its 31st Series of Stock
For Sale on
Money loaned to lift mortgages, ma"ke re
pairs and pay taxes on homes.
Subscribe for stock and take advantage of
this opportunity to save money.
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C A M P E N
JEV,ELERS : ,
NEW HOPE NEWS
Mr. and ; . Mrs. Woodlev . Snenrpr:
of Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday with
air. spencers Barents. Mr. and Mrs
W. W. Soencer.
Cliff SiniDSon. of Greenville, anent
the weekrend with his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Kermit Barclift. of Washing
ton, D. C, spent the week-end with
ner parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E
Miss Jennie Newbv Outlaw. Mrs.
Curtis Ross and babv. of Grlmesland.
spent the week-end with their aunts,
Mrs. Kosa Green and Mra. Eva
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Barclift snent
ouiiuay wiin ivira. uarcuit s Barents
Mr. and Mrs. Story, at Chapanoke.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Ives, of Eliza
beth City, were dinner aruests of Mr
ana Mrs. M. M. Smvey on Sundav
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bovee. Mrs
Charney Umphlett and little Miss
Faye Dail. of Edenton: Mr. and Mrs
J. M. Nurney and Miss Marlorie
Matthews, of Hertford,' Route 3,
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Dail, on Sunday.
Mrs. Elma Banks will entertain
the Durants Neck Woman's Club on
Wednesday afternoon, May 13.
Miss Gladva Ward fment tho wppIt.
,,l4- 1 i. i w
ciiu wilji nr.i iiH.rHiii.H. ivir. nnn ivirs
B. H. Ward.
Miss Frankie Barber spent the
week-end in Edenton with Mrs. An-
Mrs. Mollie Barber spent Tuesday
with her brother, Joe Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Barber and
family spent Sunday with Mrs. Bar
ber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey
Powell Dimmette. of New Bem.
spent the week-end with his parents,
Kev. and Mrs. J. W. Dimmette.
Miss Dorothy Whedbee spent sev
eral days last week with her sister,
Mrs. Joel Hollowell-
" Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Roach nnent
Sunday near Belvidere with her pa
f Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Simpson spent
sunoay witn Miss Dona White.
Mrs. J. H. Baker and dautrhter.
Jessie, spent Wednesday in Norfolk,
va., witn miss Gertrude Baker.
Miss Dona White and her iruest.
Miss Estelle Corson, of Hartford,
Conn., are visitine in Georcia this
Maurice Pike spent Sundav with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Pike.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Pike spent
Sunday with her narents. Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. White, near Woodville.
Joel Hollowell. Jr.. snent Fridnv
with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
E. N. Whedbee, Hertford, Route 3.
BIRTHDAY PARTY ENJOYED
BY LITTLE BILLY GREGORY
Little Billy Gregory celebrated his
second birthday Monday afternoon at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnnie Gregory, at Chapanoke.
The dining room was decorated with
beautiful roses and potted plants, a
lovely birthday cake forming the
center piece for the table.
The children enioved carries on the
beautiful lawn, and later were in
vited into the dining room, where a
delicious sweet course was served.
The little honoree received many
About thirty little folks enioved
the afternoon with Billy,
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wont -wHh Its withering jiXb t
hoat- wwither, climate J. IffffyWi J
or eeaeoa cannot Ail the lift W X
beautiful, fcarmoniowa x XiV
hades of Atbey's V ' ?ML
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Every Mother Wants to
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Bring her to our Beauty Parlor for
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104 Years of Service . Quality Merchandise Right Prices
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"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832 . HERTFORD, N. C.'
in the new
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THE most modern ideas in:
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same good Btyling of the most'
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Sizes 28 to 40 "
OTHER BRANDS FOR
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98c - $1.49 - $1.98
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Quality Merchandise '
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& CO., INC.
"Blanchard's" Since 1832 '
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