OH - ' rXcn riant'?' THE CIIOWAN IIERALD, EDENTON, N. ' V THURSDAY, OCTCnn 8, 1CC3 r- Dempsey, Hit, R, A. Sutton and Miss Marian' Raper. spent Saturday v in Newport Newi.ya, , ' ' s Miss Annie M. Pemberton, of Fay ettevijle, made,-a brief visit at the home of her Bister, Mrs. H. G. Wins low, this week.' Mrs.1 Winslow 'and Miss . Pemberton left Tuesday ..to spend sometime at Black Mountain. Mrs. E. S. Fierce and Mrs. J. S. Vick spent Tuesday in Washington, y sg-mf t m wwy wwwwwwwww I r : H Mrs.' Ada Hardy is visiting rela tives n Roxobel She -will also visit little son, Richard, are visiting Mrs. Hines' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Holmes, in Edenton. M New Bern and at St. Pauls beore ei eturning home. North Carolina. Louis Nachman, Sr., attended Miss Elizabeth Harrell left Wed r1 Mrs. R. B. Albertson, of Ports nesday for her home at Rutherford ton, after a visit to Miss Gladys J. . .-.vm . ' 'Am ! ii." ' ' VttM. ' f mouth, . Va is the guest of her mother, Mrs, W.G. Gaither, Mr. and Mrs. R. N, Hines and their couple of the games in the World Hararick. Series in New York this week, v iff. Rev. D. S. Dempsey, and Mrs, LET US SELL YOU A Start Darner Eiedio Very Small Down Payment Hollovvell Chevrolet Company HERTFORD, N. C. TOWN OF HERTFORD Notice Of Delinquent Tax Sale Sale of property for delinquent taxes to be held Monday, November 9th, 1936 (1935 taxes) at 12 o'clock noon at the Court House door, Hertford, N. C. TOWN OF HERTFORD, N. C. By W. G. Newby, Tax Collector. WHITE Amt. Barclift, J. I., Penn. Ave. $ 13.48 Barrow, G. W., Estate, Grubb St. 2.48 Barrow, R. and Mrs. S. Leary, Grubb St. 4.13 Caddy, John, Estate 5.37 Campen, Jesse, Sr., Grubb St. 16.50 Cannon, Elmo H., E. Academy Ave. 11.95 Chappell, Arthur 3.30 Congleton. L. F., Church St 20.53 Congleton, L. F., Church St 30.53 Crawford, Mrs. Kate, Church St. 25.30 Divers, Mrs. Maggie, Church St. 55.70 Divers Motor Co., Church and Grubb 143.55 Douglas, E. S., Dobb St. 43.32 Dozier, Mrs. J. L., Church St. 16.50 Elliott, Mrs. Minnie Lee, Penn. Ave. 11.42 Elliott, Mrs. Janice, Penn. Ave. 19.80 Felton, W. A., Dobb St. 24.75 Fleetwood, Mrs. J. J., Front St. 57.75 Griffin, Mrs. Lena 3.85 Hathaway, Mark, Dobb St. 12.93 Jessup, S. P, Front St. 24.75 Knowles, R. L., Market St. 47.45 Landing, Mrs. W. D Railroad Ave. 16.50 Lane, W. H. 13.15 Medlin, N. H, Railroad Ave. 10.18 Norman, Mrs. Madelene 6.60 Perry, A. A., Estate, Penn. Ave. 4.95 Pritchard, D. J., Covent Garden 22.28 Reed & Felton, Grubb St. ; 63.53 Rougthon,, A. W., Grubb St 16.50 Shannonhouse, Mrs. J. T., Church and West Academy 102.86 Small, Mrs. P. H., Church St 40.98 Towe, J. H., Estate, Church St. 99.00 Tucker, Mrs. W. N., Grubb St. 22.00 Ward, Mrs. R. F., Estate, Edenton Road St 8.25 Weeks, F. M., Front St 24.64 White, C. I., Grubb St 9.08 White, Capt. T. S., Dobb St. 18.85 White, Capt T. S. 1.65 Whitley, H. A., Church St ; 13.59 ,,;Williford, C. V Market St 67.52 Winslow, Mrs. H. R. 22.50 COLORED Barnes, Willis, Hyde Park St 12.38 VCtfarhes, Isaac, Hyde Park St. 22.28 .'BembryEd, King St 9.90 Bembry, Richard, Market St. 9.90 Blanchard, John, Edenton Road St 2.48 Blanchard, Anderson, King St 12.38 Brickhouse, Hattie 7.70 Burke, Charles, King St. 8.25 Burrell, Lee 8.25 Chance, Cora, Market St. 14.45 Clark, Adeline Dail, Edenton Road St 4.95 Cooper, Geo. W., W. Dobb St. 20.22 Dail, Elisha, Dobb and Edenton Road a 51.57 Davenport, Mary, E. Church St 9.90 Douglas, Louisa, Estate, Grubb St. 4.13 Douglas, W. N Market St. 12.65 Elliott, Percy, Dobb St 9.90 Everett, Essie 5.78 JEverett, Mamie, King St. 4.13 Erwin, Dennis 7.43 -Faulk, J. W., Estate, Railroad Ave. 8.25 Felton, W. J., Estate, Market St. 26.57 Felton, Nelson M., Market St. ,. 17.24 Felton, Annette M, Market St. 6.20 Felton, Elec 2.68 Felton, Laura Swain : 12.38 Priton, James, Edenton Road St. 6.20 HFelton, William, Gum Alley 6.20 Felton, Laura and Annie 7.02 Felton, Tom 4.95 Felton, Lucy, Hyde Park St 3.30 Felton, Harrison, Estate 4.95 Felton, Wm. Percy, Railroad Ave. 6.78 Franklin, Prentice, Estate, Barrow Lane 4.13 Gordor., Wiley,'; Cox Ave.) 7.02 Karrell,' Anderson . 12.38 Holley, L. D., Dobb St 9.90 Holley, -Jesse Holtey, Malinda, Estate, Dobb St 10.32 7.85 S.80 6.78 4.96 8.25 23.86 Lassiter, Herbert, Edenton Road St Lassiter, Harriett, Estate, (irubb St. Lilly, Joshua King St Lloyd, Charlie, Dobb -St. - Lowe. John L. Market St. Lyons, Lillian, King St 6.20 Meiwer. Hnmr and Bealah 11.60 i Hixon, J. C J Edenton. Road St 14.85 - Uorfleet; James, Edenton Road St ( 9M J i) OvAt-tnn. Milen. , Cm'' Ave. Jill :J i 1l ii. 18.1K Parker, Essie, Dobb St. - I i 4J8 "PwkftR Henrv. Estate. Dobb St. 8.25 I , Perry, Henry L, Cox Ave." '. ; ''" 8.95 i Seed, Herbert, Cox Ave, -.-X .l-i. 10.32 . ? Iteed, Elisha, King St p JUddick, James- W., Cox Ave. j i'j , . Satterfield, Ollie. Cox Ave. . IV ' Satterfield. F. H.i Railroad Ave, ' , , i f Sharp, Dr. W. Bl, Edenton Road and Dobb.. 34.10 ': -Skinner, John H4 Railroad Ave. 4.95 . Stallinss, Isaac, F state, King St - - 4.95 Stallings, Alonza, Dobb St r , 8.30 I'? 6.60 6.20 640 10.82 i Button, Belinda, , Dobb St Taylor, Katie, Estate, King St Walters, Harriet Estate "White, Herman, King St , "Winslow,: Annie M Estate, Dobb St,. "Vood, John B., Dobb St bright, Ruth . V 6.60' U, 8.25 5 22 6.20 7.70 6.20' Penalty .81 .15 .25 .32 .00 .72 .20 1.83 1.83 1.52 3.34 8.61 2.60 .99 .69 1.19 1.49 3.47 .23 .78 1.49 2.85 .99 .79 .61 .40 .30 1.34 3.81 .99 6.17 2.46 5.94 1.32 .50 1.48 .54 1.13 .10 .82 4.05 4.53 .74 1.84 .59 .6 .15 .74 .46 .50 .50 .87 .30 1.21 3.09 .59 .25 .76 .59 .35 .25 .45 .50 1.59 1.03 .37 .16 .74 .87 .37 .42 .30 .20 .30 .35 .25 .42 .74 .59 .62 .47 .20 .35 .30 .50 1.40 7 .69 J9 .59 1.09 .25 .50 4 .62 .40 XI M . .62 2.04 ,M v30 .20 .40 '.50 - .80 .60 -W '-.87, ' .46 37 Cost .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 Total 15.24 3.58 5.33 6.64 18.44 13.61 4.45 33.31 33.31 27.77 59.99 153.11 46.87 18.44 13.06 21.94 27.19 62.18 5.03 14.66 27.19 51.25 18.44 14.89 11.74 7.95 6.20 24.57 68.29 18.44 109.98 44.39 105.89 24.27 9.70 2.43 10.57 20.93 2.70 15.36 72.52 27.77 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .96 .95 .95 .95 .95 J& .95 .95 .95 35 M .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 .95 J5 .95 n95 .95 - .95 J95 .95 1 .95 ,.95 .96 .95 , .95 .95 .95 ' ,.95 .95 14.07 24.57 11.44 3.58 8.58 14.07 9.11 9.70 9.70 16.27 6.20 22.88 55.61 11.44 5.33 14.36 11.44 7.08 5.33 8.83 9.70 29.11 19.22 7.52 7.52 7.52 8.39 60 AM 6.20 1S 5.33 &39 14.07 1144 11.89 9.27 445 7.08 6J0 9.70 25.71 72 13.14 16.69 1144 20.19 63 ' 9.70 '1044 11.89 " 7J95 72 : 7.73 119 - . 37.09 - 6.20 - 4.45 r' . 7.95 ' 9.70 6JZ0 9.70 7.62 7.62 9.11 '7.62 Miss Leah1 Nachman is visiting frineds at Franklin, Va. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pollard, of Bell Arthur, spent the week-end with T. TAlIaivi''.a.ka Mr and Mm R. D. Elliott . New Ballahack Club Stresses Importance School Attendance Mrs. Percy Rogerson, the newly elected president of the Parent Teacher Association of the Ballahack School, presided at the first meeting of the fall, held on Monday evening. The main -purpose of this meeting was to re-organize and to stress the importance of perfect school attend ance for the first two weeks of this term, at least, in order to secure an additional teacher for this . school. At present this school has only one teacher, Miss Ruth E. Hurdle. The meeting was called to order by the former president, Mrs. Sin gleton Lane, and after the devotional exercises the. new president was called to the chair. Other new officers include Mrs. Clinton Perry, vice president; Mrs. Mathew Dail, secretary; Miss Ruth E. Hurdle, treasurer and program committee chairman; Mrs. Joe Dail, Mrs. Bennie Monds and Mrs. Jose phine Ward, membership committee. The publicity committee is yet to be elected. It was voted by the majority of members not to serve refreshments this year, but to reconsider this question, in the January meeting. It was also decided to meet each Tues day night after the third Sunday at 7:30 o'clock. The following brief but interesting program was rendered: Mrs. Clinton Perry gave a reading.- "The Chief Purpose," and Mrs. Percy Rogerson read "What Parents and Teachers Can Do." ' One new member was added to the. roll, Miss Selma Rogerson. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED The following announcement has been received in Hertford: Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Lee an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter, Annie Louise, to Mr. Jonathon Elwood Cox II, on Saturday after noon, September nineteenth, nine teen hundred and thirty-six, Ashe ville, North Carolina. At home, High Point, North Carolina. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D". Cox, of High Point Mrs. Joseph D. Cox was the former Miss Mae Riddick, of Hert ford. BILLY BLANCHARD HOST , Billy Blanchard was hosi to the members o his club at the first meet ing held on Saturday night , ' t . Games were played and the young people had lots of fun. Delicious ice cream and cake were ; served by Billy's mother, Mrs. J. C. Blanchard. Those present included Misses Pat Edwards, Jean Newbold, Bettie Lord ley and Helen Mae White, and Fran cis Nixon, Elmo Cannon and James Dimmette. , , CARD OF THANKS ' I wish to express my appreciation of the kindness and comfort render ed by neighbors and friends during the illness and at the time ef the death of my mother, f Mrs. Willis Evans. i - ' , - , MRS. LENA FLANAGAN. WANTED - ! To train for position in Elec trical Refrigeration 'and Air Con ditioning Held, No experience ne easary. 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