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i'-t t , In Hosnttal
. '. Wffliam E. White, Jr., who has
1 been, sick for several weeks, was
taken to the Duke Hospital, at Dur
ham, on Thursday of this week for
examination and treatment
' i Visited t Mackeys
- Mrs. J. E. Everett, Mr. and Mrs.
Carlton Cannon and children spent
Returns From Trip
Mrs.. W. Lordley returned Tues
day night from a trip to Salisbury,
Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Ra
leigh. Attend Meeting
Among those from Hertford who
attended the revival meeting at the
Blackwell Memorial Baptist Church
in Elizabeth City on Tuesday night,
were Mrs. J. E. White, Mrs. E. W.
Mayes, Mrs. Harry Broughton and
Mrs. J. E. Everett.
1 Visited Broughton Family
Mr. and Mrs. John Broughton had
as a guest on Sunday Mr. Brough
ton's brother, A. J. Broughton, of
To Return This Week
V. N. Darden, who recently under
went an operation at a Norfolk,
Va., hospital, is convalescing satis
factorily and is expected to return
home this week. ,
Miss Newby At Home
Miss Jessie Tayloe Newby, who
has been teaching at Canton, has re
turned home for the summer vaca
tion. Miss Fowler Returns
Mirs Frances Fowler, of the Ma
rion school faculty, having complet-
Mrs. Elliott in Hospital
Mrs. William T. Elliott underwent
an operation at the Norfolk General
Hospital, formerly the Protestant
Hospital, in Norfolk, Va., on Satur
day. ' Mrs. Elliott was reported as
very sick early in the week.
' Leave . For California
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Barbieur and
their little son, Jimmie, and Will
Reed, formerly of Dunlap, Term., who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Reed, left Wednesday morning for
Needles, California, where they will
live while Mr. Barbieur and Mr. Reed
are engaged in construction work.
Mrs. Hoffler Visiting
Mrs. W. E. Hoffler is spending a
couple of weeks with her son, Mon
roe Hoffler, at Hampton, Va.
To Attend Hop at Annapolis
Misses Mary Helene Newby and
Helene Nixon left Friday morning
for Annapolis, where they will spent
the week-end and attend the Satur
day night hop at the Naval Academy.
Durham Visitor Here
J. S. Babb, of Durham, spent Sun
day hejy 'with his mother, Mrs. W.
L. F. Babb.
Monroe Hoffler Here
Monroe Hoffler, of Hampton, Va.,
was a recent guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hoffler.
D. J. Pritchard Buys
J. A. Perry's Interest
D. J. Pritchard has purchased the
interest of J. A. Perry in the Cen
tral Grocery and is now the sole
owner. The business will be carried
on under the same name, the Central
Mr. and "Mrs, R. 5. Chappell and
children, of Bethel, visited Mr. and
Mrs. John Rogerson Sunday. .
Mrs. Mack Sanderlin, of Camden,
who has' been visiting 'her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. T Harrell, returned
home Thursday. , - .
Mr. and Mrs. PauLT. Perry and
children, of Elisabeth, City, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Perry. . . .
Mrs. R. T. Harrell and Mrs. Mack
Sanderlin ' spent - Wednesday with
Mrs. Johnnie Goodwin.
Misses Pencie and Addie Mae
Ward, of Bethel, spent the week-end
with Mrs. A; J, Parrish.
. Mrs. Hinton, of . Elizabeth City, is
visiting her1, daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Perry. ' : : t- '
Mr. and Mrs, F. T,' Evans went to
town shopping Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. C. S. Layden and daughter,
Miss Mary spent Saturday in Hert
ford with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M- Sutton went to
town Tuesday morning.
Miss Lillie Harrell is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Mack Sanderlin, at
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith and
baby, of Newport News, Va., spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Billie Smith.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lay
den Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. S.
A. Owens and children, Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Layden and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Layden and J. E. Rogerson.
Mrs. Graham Perry and children
were guests of Mrs. Joe Layden one
evening last week. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Perry visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Perry Sunday
Mrs. Joe Layden visited in the
home of J. E. Rogerson Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Josie Smith went to
Newport News, Va., Sunday to make
Mrs. Kanka Honor f. , .r
W: Guest At Party
ed her work for the school year, has Grocery,
LITTLE GIRL SPRAINS ANKLE
Corolyn, the six-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Trueblood,
had the misfortune to severely sprain
an ankle on Tuesday, when she fell
as she ran to meet her teacher on
the grounds of the Winfall school.
1 jMypJ?M(Sin j
The above prices will be for strictly cash during PViday and Satur
day, May 8 and 9. Sale tax included in above prices.
VESPER OR DIAMOND D"
28 OZ. JAR
No. 2 Can String Beans
Kellogs Corn Flakes pm
3 packages j
Gibb's Vegetable Soup
3 large cans..
3 tall cans
Campbell's Tomato Juice, -.-3
cans -0 O
Whole Ripe Figs
Pleezing Salad Dressing v
12 lb. Dag
Every Bag Guaranteed
ROAST OR STEAK. "
lb. ago -
, ;Per Pound
Full Cream Cheese
Mrs. B. S, Banks, Sr., " was ' the
honor guest at a delightful surprise
birthday party given at the home of
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Banks, in Durante. fJeck,
on Thursday, the occasion being the
84th birthday of Mrs. Bankr. L
The honoree was the recipient of
many attractive gifts.
Those present included Mr.', and
Mrs.Bircb.er Banks, Mr. and Mrs. D.
S. Banks, : Mr. and Mrs.' L. R. Webb,
Mr; and- Mrs.' Guy Webb; Johnnie
Webb, Mrs. Clifton Haskett, Mrs.
George Newby, ' Mrs. Edgar Webb,
Roulhae Webb,- Edgar Feild, Nita
Sawder. Carson' Banks,"' Roy Banks.
Carmen . Perry, Ruth Haekett, : and'
Louise Banks. t
Pastor Is Thankful
For Fine Cooperation
We, the members of St Paul A.
M. E. Zion Church, wish to express
our gratitude to our many friends of
the city who have expressed such a
cooperative spirit in so large a meas
ure through their contributions of
finance and service that our renova
tions plans might be a success as
never before in the history of the
church in so short a time (two
May God bless our town and its
G. H. COFFEY, Pastor.
Miss Lillian Bright was visiting
friends in Elizabeth City Thursday
Mrs. Irma D'Orsay has gone to
Nags Head for the summer months.
Miss Eleanor Hunter and Miss
Wilma Hobbs, of Hertford, spent
the week-end with Miss Anna-Belle
Wood, al Woodville.
Miss Gladys Hamrick, of Hertford,
was in Chapanoke Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bogue and
Miss Beulah Bogue were in Elizabeth
Miss Lame Wood, of Edenton, was
the week-end guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wood. She
had as her guest, Miss Saintie White,
also of Edenton. .
Henry Swayne is quite ill at his
home at Woodville.
TMrsfZ. W. Evans and Mrs.. B. W.
Evans, from near Edenton, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson
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