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' J. n. Mcriullan t and f Dr. Archie
Jliddick, of Washington; D. C., spent
we week-end In Hertford ' with Mr.
McMullan'a mother, Mrs. W. T. Mc-
, - Mrs. WaJlaee Brumsey, of Norfolk,
. . v a viaiiea - ner, - aunt, aira. w. ju
V-White; on Monday 'f(
Mrs. b, B. Fletcher and her little
son, Jimmie, of Hyattsville, Md, are
.yisitiflg relatives in. Hertford.
'lira.; W. L, McClamroch, Jr., and
."her son, William Fetter McClamroch,
of Durham, "were recent guests of
Mrs." McQaniroch's sister, Mrs. V. N.
-Dardan. -. ,
Miasea Ruth Nachman and Prne
Newby and : Tim ,Brinn and Dan
Sharpe, representing the Epworth
League of the Hertford M. E. Church,
attended the Annual Conference, of
the League at Louisburg this week.
Miss Katherine Stephens, who is
taking a course in nursing in Balti
more, Md., is spending the month
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Mrs. G. T. Hawkins, who recently
returned from a visit to her son, C
E. Whit, at Bethel, win leave Tues
day to spend a month at Nags Head.
Mrs. Walter H. Oakey, Jr., and her
two daughters, Marjorie and Doro
thy Gordon, have returned from a
stay at Nags Head. v
Henry Stokes spent last week at
Mr. aria Mrs. T. B. Sumner and
their son, Tommy, accompanied by
Mrs. Sumner's mother, Mrs. W. T.
stop en route in Oklahoma : and Ar
kansas to visit relatives. , . -
-i& Kfj "wwswat $. Si-i-1 a
W. P. Blanchard and his ,spn,
Billy, have returned to their home in
Chicago after a visit to Mr. Elanch-
ard's mother, Mrs. T, C Blancaard.
Mrs. R. H. Willis, who has spent
the past Mx months at Raleigh and
other, points, returned home on San-
day. During Airs. " Willis'- absence
she was critically in .for ' several
weeks and was for some time s pa
tient in a Bichmond hospitaL . - She
has entirely recovered, however. ,!
M. S. Elliott.' who ' has spent the
past ten days "with bis. family in
Hertford, left Wednesday for Fanner,
Cal.. where he holds a position... Mr.
Elliott motored to v Washington, D.
C, and made the remainder of the
trip by plane.
Rev. Edmund T. Jillson, rector of
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, ac
companied by Mrs. Jillson, left Tues
day for their summer home in
Rhode Island, where they will spend
the next three months.
Mrs. T. F. Winslow and Miss Mae
Wood Winslow left this week to
spend the summer at their cottage
at Nags Head.
Mrs. J. L. Dozier had as guests on
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Zs N. Leggett,
Mr. and Mrs. Ashley JfLeggett and.
Mrs. Delia Proctor, of Washington,
Miss Rosalind Paul, of Paneego, is
the, guest of Miss Frances Fowler,
in Hertford. ' -
Miss Ruth Davenport
week-end at Ocracoke.
C. P. Morris. Southern Cotton Oil
McMullan, Miss Mary Wood Koonce, J Company's manager, has returned
Miss Katherine Jessup and Bill Jes- from Asheville, where he attended
sup, have gone to Nags Head for the
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Darden and
their two daughters, Nancy and Eli
zabeth, accompanied by Mrs. G. W.
Alexander, of Chapanoke, will leave
Sunday for a trip to the Texas Cen
tennial at Dallas, Texas. They will
be gone about three weeks and will
the 00 Millers' Convention.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Mr. Jesse Campen,
Sr., desides to express, its deepest
appreciation for the many acts of
kindness and expressions of sympa
thy during the illness and . at the
time of his death.
lit Carrc'l ' d her
Sunday C-locl C. it: .;j;teville
Grove Epist Clz. it t:r. home
on Saturday. Tie 1 r?s beau
tifuily decorated , v l.i c t flowers.
Games, and contests wc:e enjoyed,
with Fannie' llaude Coiltt and
Syble Rogerson winning prizes in the
contests. ; . 1 .
The guests were Invited ' into the
diningroom and served delicious ice
cream and cake. Those, present in
cluded Charlie Thomas Rogerson,
Louis Norman Charpci, Llerlee As
bell, Florene Hurdle, Jessie Wrae
EaSon, Beecher Che-pell, Blanche
QhappelL -- Fannie 7. aude Corbi(t,
Maria Copeland, Davis Cartwright,
Mae Edla Asbell, ';; Rogerson'
Thomas Chappell, Thelma Channel!,
Emerson. Ray Asbell, Hazel Twine,
Alice Hurdle, . Katherine Eason, and
Agnes WardA V,, -
That the' financial ?4f airs of the
Town of Hertford v are J slowly but
steadily, improving, 'is- evidenced by
the regular reduction -in the bonded
indebtedness of the town, twenty-live
thousand dollars or which indebted
ness has been paid since 1931, ac
cording to W. G. 'Newby, Town
Clerk. One bond of 11,000, was re
tired this week.
VISIT AT BELVIDERE
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Keene and their
dauarhters. -Pasco Elisabeth and Lucy
Virginia, of Petersburg, ,Va.( Mrs. A.
G. Griffin and her daughter, Arline,
of Suffolk. Va., were guests of Mr,
and Mrs.' S. M. Winslow'at Belvidere,
last week. Z', , " , .
:': BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Born te lii;lind lirs. C. E. Wins
low, at their home; Jn Hertford, on
Monday, June 29, a daughter.
Terraces recently constructed by
assistant ' county ftgents have been
thoroughly tested by ' heavy . down
pours of rain in many counties and
have stood the test, , reports the
Farmers of Pamlico -County are
planting snap beans for a fall crop
and to sell at the local canning plant.
Trouble with plant diseases and
fertilizers Is reported by commercial
bulb growers of New Hanover Coun
ty who have asked for control de
(SgRDiRieRGXai! fin? iHVoiOlKUi
Opto . Unsetn . ' BQE
rt CUTS CWKtHl
: ' .Id-making
Th. New MPyC3 les. current
iolt ives more coW tor . t Permaaeody ?
co.. Only XccTmVWyKaled .
. moisture ai
V payments as Low as Hf 5
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'l CUY TIIJS KIW YIKf ON PROOF!
You can't afford to mits oar Frigidaire
nLOOV-DBMONSTKATlQN. , You'll see the
most thrillinglv beautiful models la Frigid
aire history. Real "reftigerated pantries.''
Wider, roomier, with every work-saving ,
. convenience. But more, youli discover a '
new war to buy a refrigerator. Not on mate
daima, but on PKdOFl
Your own eyes will convince yon that
here at last is the cmpUt refrigerator. One
mat asks you to take nothing for granted, ;
but prtvts every point Before you buy wf
refrigerator, see om PROOF-DEMONSTRATION.
Years from now, you'll still be thank-
Butt Into ta Cabinet " ,
e you the Food- .
Mrs. V.'TJLqtt otCsrC-L
carrying about, Jn -her. hand Ug a
small tjlass bottle, in which, a bug is
preserved In alcohot'The buy, whivh
looks lke a hornet and M -about the
size of one of l ther stinging -pests,
was extricated from one of Uxfi. El
liott's era n Sunday by Hertford
physician. ' ''' s '
when the bug flew into set ear. In
her attempts to' get the creature out
. was; driven xartner into - -the ear
and Mrs. Elliott says" it took an hour
for the physician to relieve; the situ
ation, and meantime she had been
stung and has auffered since 'much
dlscomiiJrt from the.experienee.-v Vt
Missi Woe-is Kcdins
Miss' Nancy Woods. fro' eisrht veara
teacher in the .; Perquimans High
scnooi, nas resigned her position, ac
cording to an announcement made
by F. T. Johnson,i superintendent of
Perquimans County schools, this
week. !-' . r s .
Miss Woods, who tausrht Latin and
coached girls' athletics, has accepted
a position to . teach : in Proximitr
school, Greensboro. , 'I
c:.f ai Uj 1 , jr.; r p.ij, r. 1. , :. r r ;:i.i i 1
IT.::-'Jret .A'.' .Je;r Mrs., S..FJ U. & t:.:.'t n !ao rr.-9t.
'' 1 . . '! '. '., 1 " ,;. .... ' '!
MRS. NIXON RETURNS HOMR
Mrs. T. J. Niion. Jr.. who recantlv
underwent an operation at a Hot.
folk hospital, is convalescent and has
returned home. .
Elliott Family Held
nvunion, un auisaay
A family reunion was held" at the
home of Mr and Mrs. R. 0; Elliott,
in Hertford, on Sunday, when all of
their children and grandchildren were
presents mcluding Mrs. & G. Dixon,
of Ayden and her two sons,' Grady,
Jr, and Elliott Mrs. J.- R. Futrrell
: . of 1W to twlni. wok n '
' mwrt cwcrina PMkr of ajv law j
v kl, body. Pfiol. xl MivipMM) .
44 tlotiri .built tt-'miU'T i-V' 1 ''
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IatsroiUocU Truck FLEXISILITY
-bs fsll Kde offers Wide noe
of choice to make full eScieDcy
oa any )OD-on iuuh particular wo-i q-w. ;
that thttc are 2B ; Internatiooal , jLCSJTZStf
modl$-4he Hsif-Too to biggest Tt!7?
Six.T7feeeltn-.i0 83 wheelbase "
kctha. Chassis prices from $400 d-ii"fc ,
tip, f.o. I factory. X7e will U STSi
fsx 10 show the International r I!Ste t -STSJ
"ft anlMt tA hiullj vmir vnrlr ; waaa wk iu lwiln wahoi a
' yOCst to u toa etx'IMSHWr oatth mm c.t. .
in S days
Headaches. 30 minutM
Try Rnb-Mj-Tism" WoHd'i Best
' , -... Liniment-,
'I JL1 . .--lUlL.' JU.
Byrum Bros. Hardware Co.
Everything1 In Hardware and Supplies,
4 ; , . Z , Edenton, ,N. , p.;
The following prices will be for strictly cash during Friday and Sat
urday, July 3 and 4 ales tax included in these prices.
tot thH to e
Only Frigidaire dares torsive you the Food
- Sae Indicator visible priof that foods
are kept at Safety-Zone rr
TefflDerature. below 50 de- I
":. aeesandabove2degreeSii i
38 OZ. JAR
APPLE BUTTER ffia iS?Jl3
ri - , 1
NaT. 2. Can Sfrintr Roano
3 cahs.;. :..-......:.S3S
Vespei; Tea ;"-
KeUogg's Corn BtakesriT -
3 packages::. ..il l!5Q
Half pound.:....:: ECQ
3 tall cans.
Ice Cream Salt UVt ii f
10 lb. bag 15c, 2for,.:.23;3. 1
ell's Tomato Jiuce V ,
Whole Ripe Figs
3 cans....... ''
tibby's Pineapple Jujce!
3. cans.........:....:J..L.....v w J
1 POUND ROLL
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EVERY RAG GUARANTEED '
ice "'. ";'.. ' -'' '' r " l .
u'- a r .ii
Armour's FTptilla Spap
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