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: HERTFORD. N. C FRIDAY. MAY 99 105
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EDENTON, N. C.
Tne 6tn Annual
Furniture Fashion Review
Friday, May 2910 A. M. to 10 P. M.
TOMLINSON EXHIBITION BUILDING
Hish Point, North Carolina
IN SEARCH OF KINGS
Four romantic centuries on four fascinating floors," showing
what kings and queens sat upon, slept on and ate from.
Interest, charm, romance,, antiques and PRIZES.
. A prize for each floor.
The Floor of HENRY Vlll-a con
- trast in comfort Oak was; the royal
I wood of his day, but how different
trom tne gracious lines and melting
comfort of today..
The QUEEN ANNE Floor -a new
dynasty ifl wood "Mohogony, ' rich
and curious wood.' Design begins to
mellow- and to match the warm tones
of this new wood.
The Floor of VICTORIA REGINA
comfort, still an aristocratic laggard,
takes this first democratic: step from
the panoply of empire to he cottage
The Floor of the BACHELOR'S
CHOICE-now all Js comfort, all is
grace; colors match ot blend into new
4 harmonies for all and, as in Bucking
ham Palace, "furniture and pictures .
jnoaTs inuu m wuuuuicy inac
'. links 18th and 19dr centuries with the'
present day." -
' Don't miss this year's Fashion Review. Makt
v, 7 f SpedaI prize for some .bride-elect
No prices quoted, no sales made. Just a fascinating Furniture
rasntonanow. - ---
Joint Hostesses To
two Recent Brides
Mrs. W. G. Gaither and Miss
Helen Gaither were hostesses on
Monday afternoon at a delightful tea
given at their home in honor of two
recent brides. Mrs. R. B. Alhertson.
of Portsmouth, Va, who was former
ly Miss Louise Gaither, of Hertford;
and Mrs. L. W. Anderson, of Hert
ford, who was before her recent mar
riage Miss Emma Young, of Raleigh,
ana tneir nouse-guest, Mrs. W. H.
Huffines, of Fayetteville.
Those receiving were Mrs. Gaither.
Miss Helen Gaither, Mrs. Albertson,
Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Huffines, Mrs.
E. C. Conger, of Elizabeth City;
Mrs. B. G. Lewis. Mrs. Edmund T.
Mrs. W. H. Haldcastle and Mrs.
H. A. Whitley poured tea, and Mrs.
Clyde McCallum, Mrs. R. N. Hines
and Mrs. H. G. Winslow served.
About forty guests called during
poem, "Wishing." The lesson was
conducted by members of the Society.
At roll call each member answered
with a scripture text containing the
word "serve." The meeting closed
with the singing of "Blest Be the Tie
During the social hour the hostess
setved a delicious sweet course to
the following: Mesdames A. N. Wins
low, Arba , Winslow, Lucius Winslow,
Eugene Winslow, R. J. White, and
Miss Reby Winslow,
Joint Hostesses To
The Delia Sharaburger Missionary
Society of the Hertford Methodist
Church met on Monday evening at
the home of Mrs. M. G. Owens, with
Mrs. Owens and Miss Elizabeth
Knowles as joint hostesses.
Miss Knowles, president, presided,
and the'program was presented by
Mis. Durwood Reed. During the so
cial hour which followed the hostess
es served strawberry shortcake.
Those present included Mesdames
Charles Skinner. Durwood Reed. G.
W. Barbee, Tommy Sutton, Oscar
Felton, Howard Pitt, and Miss Mary
Up River Missionary
Society Has Meeting
The Up River Missionary Society
met Saturday afternoon with Mrs.
Lindsey Winslow. Rev. Elizabeth
White was in charge of the devotion
al, and Mrs. Lindsey Winsrow read a
Home Agent Gives
Recipe To Can Peas
A great many Perquimans house
wives were interested in the recipe
given in last week's issue of this
newspaper for the canning of straw
berries. The recipe was furnished
by Miss Gladys Hamrick, Home Dem
onstration Agent, who says that a
number of women have told her that
they have already used the recipe
and found it highly satisfactory.
With garden peas now maturing, a
request has come in for a recipe for
the canning of these, which is given
Canning Garden Peas
Peas should be freshly gathered,
and it is essential that they be gra3
ed. Shaking peas through wire net
ting of different sizes will grade
After grading, place small peas in
a muslin sack and blanch for 3 min
utes. Large or older peas must be
blanched 5 minutes.
Pack peas in No. 2 cans, fill with
brine, and add 1 teaspooriful of
Process No. 2 cans 45 minutes at
10 pounds pressure.
Process glass jars 50 binutes at 10
KILL BUGS WITH
ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE
"On the Corner" Hertford
Greater Savings at
Mild Cure . Land o' Lakes
COLONIAL SLICED OR HALVES
SAGA BRAND NORWEGIAN
ARMOUR'S COOKED CORNED
R. & H. BRAND (NO BOTTLE DEPOSIT)
Ale or Beer
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY'S CAKES OR
FRENCH'S PURE CREAM
6 Oz. .
V 7. M. MORGAN
JELL-O ICE CREAM
SOUTHERN MANOR ,
THE HEALTH SOAP
Mrs. M. M. Spivey was the charm
ing hostess of the Ace-Deuce Con
tract Club and a few others of her
friends at her home in New Hope on
Monday evening. The house was
tastefully decorated with spring flow
ers and four tables were arranged.
High score prizes were won by
Mrs. Herman Winslow, of Hertford,
and by J. A. Sawyer. Low score
prizes went to Mrs. J. A. Sawyer and
Herman Winslow, of Hertford.
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing by Miss Naomi Spivey.
Those olavinir included Mrs J w
Jackson, Mrs. R. R. Perry, Mrs. C.
a. ooodman, Miss Helen Morgan,
Miss Rebecca Webb, Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Div
ers, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sawyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Winslow, Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. Roberson and M. M.
Miss Hattie Weaver Riddick was
the week-end truest of Miss Sallie
Mae Brewer, at Windsor.
Romance in Nature
If one can find romance in nature
life need never be dull unless nne's
work separates him from nature.
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See Our Large Selection of
NEW STRAW HATS
Stiff and Soft Styles
98c to $2.50
Buy your Straw Hat here and
feel well dressed.
"Store of Values"
HERTFORD, N. C.
There will be a tonsil clinic on Tuesday and
Thursday of each week during the month of
June at Dr. Ward's office, in Hertford, for
white school children of 6 to 12 years.
If interested, see Dr. Ward or his nurse and
make reservations before day of operation.
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4. i 'te
19 - 2.90
398 - 495
JUST RECEIVED A
LOVELY LOT OF
Junior Wash Dresses
. . . Made of Fruit of the Loom,
guaranteed fabrics. Sizes 7 to 12
and 10 to 16. All one price
To appreciate the above Dresses
you must see them.
NEW WASH SUITS FOR BOYS
Sizes 2 to 10 Years
59c to $1.00
NEW SANDALS IN COLORS
Red - Green - Yellow - White
$1.00 and $1.19