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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. C FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1936.
W. Dimmette, : Mn. Dim-
mette and their family spent Mon
' day in Nerf oik, Vs.
ftewell Dimmette, of New Bern,
spent the week-end with Lis parents,
Bev. and Mrs. ' J. W. Dimmette.
Bill Dimmette, : of Ireemont, f was
the week-end guest of tdativtat here.
Mrs. MJ M. Dellman, of Yak, Del,
arrived Friday to visit .her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bagley.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bagley spent
' the week-end with Mrs. Bagley's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli T. Bjrum, in
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Winslow
and son recently spent several days
iu nrjtii u i t n
Hiss (Jeiesta Ckxlwin spent last
week with Mrs. D. L. Barber.
Miss Martfaret Williams, of Nor
folk, Vjl, Is visiting. Miss Mary Eli
zabeth White. - . .
Mias Gertrude Baker, of Virginia
Beach, Va., is the guett of her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker.
Mrs. A. R. Winslow, Sr.,. has re-
turned from Virginia Beach, Va.,
where she was the guest of her
. daughter, Mrs. Garland Atwater.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Daughtry and
Woodrow Daughtry, of Greensboro,
and Mrs. E. B. Daughtry, of Bayboro,
are visiting relatives here.
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell spent Sunday
and Monday in Elisabeth City with
Iher mother, Mrs. W- D. Miller.
Mrs. J. ' M. Matthews, Mrs. J. E.
Powell and Mn. J. D. Sumner are
visiting their father, J. M. Hollowell,
who continues very ill.
Carlton Matthews and J. D. Sum
ner, of Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday
with J. M. HollowelL
Mrs. Walter Barker and children,
Bill, Jack 'and , Audrey Bell, of. Eli
sabeth City, spent Sunday with Miss
es Audrey and Myrtle Umphlett
Maurice Pike, of Norfolk, Vs.,
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Pike.
J. V. Roach, D. B. Trueblood,
Kenneth Miller and George Roach
went to Ocean View, Va, on a fish
ing trip Monday.
Mr? and Mrs. Sam Hill and son,
Sam, 9t-, of Norfolk, Va., were
guests of Misses Annie and Eliza
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sawyer and
Bobby, and James Powell, of Ports
mouth, Va., viBited J. M. Hollowell
Miss Gladys Ward spent last week
in Norfolk, Va., visiting relatives.
LAUGHS FROM THE DAY'S NEWS!
Mrs. G. W. Alexander left Sunday
for Dallas, Texas, where she will
visit relatives and friends for sev
Mr. and Mrs- Alberto H. Ros and
John Rufus Wilson, of WeeksvOle,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Ruth R. Wilson is spending
the week with Mrs. John Wilson, at
Misses Waverly D'Orsay and Ger
rie Griffin were in Elizabeth City
Carey Quincy left Sunday for
Charlottesville, Va., to work in a D.
Mrs. Z. W. Evans and Mrs; B. W.
Evans and children of Chowan Coun
ty, spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. C.
Miss Alcesta Whitehead has re
turned from a visit with relatives in
Mrs. Daisy Perry and Mrs. W. H.
Elliott were in Elizabeth City Tues
day. Mrs. Albert Cheatham has return
ed to her home at Roanoke, Va.,
after a pleasant visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Johnnie Bray.
Misses Doris Baker and Hilda By
rum were visitors in Elizabeth City
on the Fourth.
Mrs. J. C. Wilson and little son,
Calvin, were in Elizabeth City Sat
urday. Marshall Baker, of New York,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Baker.
The W. M. S. of the . Woodville
Baptist Church will meet - In Eliza
beth City Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Ralph Mercer.
Miss Waverly D'Orsay has return
ed from Nags Head, where she spent
the past week. ' v
Those visiting in the home of Mrs.
Bertha - Whitehead Sunday were:
W. F. Howell,, Mr. ..and Mrs. J. C.
Howell, Mr. and, Mrs.;Wayland How
ell and little daughter, Eleanor, Fay,
"fritV.ftiOM S NOT FAQ OFF !!
PERHAPS WELL BE IN FOQ tOME
SMOCKS WHEN IT DOES ARRIVE.
Traveling ground America
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(television; Nyl krj I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Creecy
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Evelyn Long, from near
Bethel, spent the week-end with
Misses Eunice and Madge Long.
Miss Cornie Lee Ward, of Bethel,
joined them for Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harrell spent
Sunday with relatives at Ballahack.
Julian Long, of Bethel, was the
Sunday guest of Howard Long.
Mrs. Claude Long and Miss Mary
Lane spent Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. S. L. Long.
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1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe
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1935 Chevrolet Master Town Se
1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan $475
1934 Plymouth De Luxe Sedan
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1935 Chevrolet Coach $475
1935 Chevrolet Truck long wheel
1935 Reo IVt ton Speed Wagon
will stand the "gaff" $395
1932 Ford Truck $ 99
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HIGHER THINGS IN LIFE
jMTE"E :j a L. idge on the highest
-stc- " rd K-ug9 railway in the
wj:!:J -1. Ce.;:ral Railway of Peru
whUli a EC -da the three-mile high
::.3u:;i.:s behind Lima, the capital
ci.y. The main line connects Callao,
tha port, with Huancayo about 300
miles distant and has several short
branches leading to interesting min
ing towns and Indian villages. As
this amaslng railroad ilgxags Us
dlzsy way up the mountain sides it
skirts the very edge of steep preci
pices, circles around twenty-one
switch backs, dives through sixty
five tunnels and crosses gorges thou
.sands of feet deep on sixty-seven
afferent bridges; and at La Gima,
the topmost point on the line, it
.achieves a height ot 15,805 feet
Although this highest point is but
100 miles in a direct line from the
coast, the train circling round so
that it never makes more than a 4
per cent grade requires 7Vi hours
to cover the distance. The road
which in many respects Is consid
ered to be the world's most wonder'
ful railway is a striking monument
to the skill and perserveranes ol
Henry Melggs, an American engi
neer and financier.
The ascent is one of the
experiences of travelers
Peru on the weekly cruises from Nj
xorc a ventanie rouer.
which presents some ot
striking scenery in the
gether with cloie-ups of the
costumed Indians who dwell
wu w inn
th e tom
Misses Syble and Alma Howell, Mr.
and Mrs. John White and children,
Marian, Mildred, and John, Jr.
; Walton Whitehead and his friend,
Warner Williams, were week-end
guests of Mrs. Bertha Whitehead.
Miss Louise Wilson and Susie
Mae Wilson spent Thursday in Eli
sabeth City with Mrs. Frank Wilson
Water Hemlock Is Worst
California Poison Planl
San Francisco. i"he research
workers on -: the Federal Writers'
project, who are compiling an eight-,
volume guide book of the . United
States, nave completed the, list of
poisonous plants! in California ' The
most poisonous plant In the taw,
for both man and . beast, they re
port,, is the water hemlock. It also
is .one of the most alluring from
the standpoint of fragrance. . ; i
Ambrose Long left Saturday with
the 115th Ambulance Company from
Edenton for Camp Jackson, Colum
bia, S. C.
Miss Eloise Long, of Elizabeth
City, spent a few days last week as
the guest of Misses Madge and Eu
Little Miss Mary Earle Dail, of
hTorfolk, Va., is visiting her sister,
Minnie Ray, at the home of their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, George
Little Miss Dorothy Norman Still
man, of Norfolk, Va., is the guest
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. C Long. j .
Beverly Creecy and Harold Mal
colms left Monday for Miami, Fla.,
after a visit to Mr. Creecy's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D.-Creecy.' -'
' Mr. and Mrs. George Cadilac and
children, of .-Norfolk, -Va., were the
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