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THANKSGIVING PROGRAM - '
AT BALLAHACK SCHOOL
The public is invited to attend
Thanksgiving program at Ballahack
school on Tuesday, November 24, at
7.-80 P. 11 Three short plays will be
given, and. a cake will be sold tor the
prettiest guL Pies and Ice : cream
will be for sale. - Special nrask will
be furnished by Mr.-Saks,- Mr. Ben
ton and Mr. Speight .. .
HILLARX g. winslow
Realtor Insurance of All Kinds and
Attorney-at-Law (Civil Practice Only)
Office Phone Residence Phone
HERTFORD, N. C.
tVT r y
I DRESS UP FOK THIS HOLIDAY
WITH A NEW HAT . . . .
I One Lot $3.95 Hats for $3.45
H One Lot $2.98 Hats for $2.49
I One Lot $2.00 Hats for $1.49 jj
One Lot $1.00 Hats for. ,08
-' Dr. James P. Whedbee, of Suffolk,
Va., spent . several days in pmu this
week, visiting his sisters, Mesdames
Herbert Newby and Evart Newby,
and Miss Pattie Whedbee.
'i Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bobersonhad as
guests on Sunday Mr', and Mrs. H. C.
McGehee, of Craddock, Va.
Herman Ward, who is a student at
the University . of North Carolina,
will spend Thanksgiving with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ward,
: Miss Mary Onella Belfe, who is
teachings aty Jtobersonvflle, was , at
home for the week-end. "
Earl Smith and Willard Kewbera,
of Norfolk, Va were guests at the
home of Miss Nelle Hobbs on Sunday.
Funeral Yc-r.ecJlay .
For Jchn, Chaft
John Chalk, 89, died Monday at his
home in WinfaU. Funeral services
were conducted at the home at 1100
o'clock by Rev. A. A. Butler, of Hert
ford, dn' Wednesday ' afternoon and
burial , took' place in the Lobb Grif
fin Graveyard, near Belvidere.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Geor
giana Chalk; two sons, Roland Chalk,
of Texas, and Cook Chalk, of Win.
fall, and one brother, Elias Chalk,
of Belvidere. , '
Mrs. H. G. Winslow returned! Sun?
day from Black Mountain, where she
had spent several weeks visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pember-ton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards, of
Greenville, spent the week-end with
Mr. Edwards' parent,. Mr. and Mr.
W. F. C Edwards-
Mrs. R. D. Elliott visited her sis
ter, Mrs. M. S. Elliott, in Edenton.
on Monday and Tuesday of this week.
BOOK WEEK OBSERVED '
BY, BALLAHACK P. T. A.
The Ballahack Parent-Teacher As
sedation, met Tuesday evening. The
devotional i-was "ondwte4 by .- the
president, Mrs. Percy Rogerson. ' '
The following program-' was ren
dered: readings, "CRiMrtK Differ,'; by
Mrs. Curvin Mansfield, ami "Know
ing the Child," by Miss Ruth Hurdle;
song, "Keep the Horn Fires Burn
ing"; reading, "What the Home Can
Do," by Mrs. Clinton Perry; poem,
"My Books," by Louis Monds; an in
teresting story, "Why Jane Liked to
Read," was told by Mane- Goodwin;
poem, "Book Houses," by Polly Bak
er, "The History of Libraries," by
Josephine Ward, and an exercise,
Book Friends," by twelve children.
Miss: Ruth Hollowell was: elected as
chairman of the publicity committee!
FruPARE, for THAKiKGiVu ;3. j
Mrs. John Sanfojre of MocksvilleJ
is expected to arrive in Hertford on.
Sunday to visit hep aunts, Mrs. Tho
mas Nixon and Mrs. Nathan Tuckes.
ATTENDS TRUSTEES' MEETING
Mrs. P. C. White, of Belwfere, at
tended a meeting of the Beard of'
Trustees of Guilford College; atGttuV
iora College on Friday of last week.
Mrs. White also visited her fatter. EX.
J. Whites, at Ashboro, for a few days.
Mrs. S. F. Pollard, of Arthur, wffl
spend Thanksgiving; and the week-end
in Hertford with her mother, Mrs. R.
T. El Baxreil of Edenton was, than
guest, ef his sister, Mrs. Charles
Johnsoav Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mathews and
their daughter and Miss Mattie Gat
ling White, of Raleigh, were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. White,
NEW SCARF AND CAP SETS
Mrs. Jake White
SecondFloor . ! . Store of Simon's
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a snail's pace and there are no stops
on the eighteen-mile stretch to Eliza
The bus was. overtaken near the
County Home and the driver halted
by the Deputy who went on the
bus and requested the tall man in
the dark slicker to get off. "I have
your coat", he; told Mr- Williams,
"I took it because I was cold", and
bursting into, fcears .he produced the
coat from beneath the.slicker.
The hard-luck yarn he told of mis
fortune which had overtaken him
away from home, of the wife and
children dependent upon him, so
touched Mr. Williams that he refus
ed to have the man prosecuted. The
coat was surrendered to the owner,
and, hailing a passing truck, the man
caught a ride and went blithely on
HEATERS, COOK STOVES, CIRCULATORS
AND OIL BURNERS
Stove Pipe and Dampers of All Sizes
YOU WILL FIND QUR STOCK COMPLETE
Don't Forget the Cold Weather
Of Last Winter
Let Us Show You the ;
NEW ESTATE OIL BURNER
We carry in stock at all times Window
Glass ... all sizes.
Peanut Bags, Hay Wire and Sewing Twine.
We can still supply your needs. . . ." ::
SEE OUR SHOWING OF
TOYS and GIFTS
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Make Our Store Your Headquarters
We Are Here to Serve You!
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS
WITH MRS. EUNICE WINSLOW
' At '"'r.jt
v r' rs v Ti.
I Hezvy Enamel Roaster
Enamel Double Boiler
Enamel Sauce Pans
Enanrd Mixing; Bowls
AH Otlter NecessaiKiMJeEs;
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The Woman's, Missionary Society
of Up River Friends Church met on
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Eu
nice WiWslow at her home near
Whiteston. The meeting was opened
by singing "America." Mrs. Mary
White Winslow conducted the devo
tional in the form of an Armistice
Day program consisting of Scripture
reading from John 1-22; a reading,
"Follow Thou Me"; an original poem
on "Peace"; and a poem. "The End
of the King's. Highway Prayer
concluded the program.
At the roll call members' answered
with texts on Peace.
A most interesting lesson from the
study book, ; "Congo Crosses," was
presented by Mrs. Mary x J. White,
with a number of the members tak
ing part. The lesson was given as a
missionary staff meeting in Africa in
which a missionary and her co-work
ers discussed present day problems In
Africa and ways in which to solve
them. ' - , v
A very interesting . report on
Friends' work in Africa was given by
Elizabeth White.- A contestori Afri
ca was then given with Elizabeth
White winning the prise. , ? . '
A delicious salad course was serv
ed by the hostess.'
' Those present - were:" Mrs, - Ola
White, Mrs. Mary W. Winslow, Mrs;
UndfMV ' Winalnw ' Mm. miulwtJi
White,- Mrs. Lucius Winslow, Mrs.
Eunice Winslow; Mrs. Susan J Wins
low; Mrs. Mary J. . White, : anot Miss
Reby Winslow. t
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IN MEMORIAM .
, In loving memory of our dear hus
band and father, John J. Chappell,
who departed this life two years ago
today, November 16, 1934., .
Two years ago today "
-, One we loved passed away
Oh how sad and lonely
When, our father went away.
How' we miss you, -dear father,
-God in1 Heaven alone :caff tell
What would we -give to see your lov
V, To hear your1. Voice and. , Bee your
smiles' as?well. ) , . ,
Only, those who've lost a father
Know our hearts that- are filled.
with palft; ' '
But the' spirit softly T
" Bye and bye well v It 't.
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