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THE .PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. ft FRIDAY, DEQEffeSR 18, 1936
.Mt i Society-
1; LIccts At Winfall
if? if tf
; The Yan's Missionary Society of
Mt. SI, -i Baptist Church met on
TuesJ j afternoon with! Mrs. Char
lie U. ' lett at her liotne in Winf alL
- - EDENTON N. GL "' '
WE HAVE. THE SHOWS
' P7.CGXAI.I FORrWEEK:
Today (ihursday) Only
; Alice Faye ,
Patsy Kelly .
"Sing JJaby Sing"
frActu 1 r i- New
.: Stan Laurel
' ;:: Oliver Hardy
' - , t , in -
J "Our Relations"
. Also Headlines For 25 Years
: : ;ttOh Susanna"
: '' 1 ."Fighting Marines" No. 10
" Fool Proof (Crime Doesn't Pay)
Monday and Tuesday
x J ohririy Weissmuller
s News ' Travel talk
'l Eddie Quillan
!The gentleman From
? :J": Louisiana"
; "Act I Comedy
" BANK NIGHT
fa Dec 24-Simbne Simon in "Girls'
Dormitory.",' T v .
"Dec. 25--Eleanor Powell in "Born
A to Dance." V-.
- 'Dec. 28-29 Loretta Young in "Ra:
' mora." '
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For: Your Christmas Dinner Buy the Best
XX Hi f.
'tfcV XJJi.J.r t -i '-f t
The devotional was conducted byMra.
Crowder Holiowell.' "Mrs, ' Ernest
Stallings 1 andMrs. 1 Crowder Holld
well were' id charge of a very inte
resting program. The " following
members took part: Airs. Crowder
Hollowell, Mrs.; Hubert Hurdle, Mrs.
E. U. Morgan,' Mrs. George Roach,
Mrs. W. F Madre, Jr., Misses Ma
mie Stallings and Celesta Godwin.
The hostess , served delicious am
brosia and cake to the. following:
Mrs.' : Robert Stallings, Mrs. Roberts
Stallings, Mrs. Ernest Stallings, Mrs.
Crowder: Hollowell, Mrs; Clifton Mor
gan-, . Mrs. : L. E. Morgan, Mrs. Cla
rence Dail, Mrs Hubert Hurdle, Mrs.
W. F". Madre, Jr., Mrs. Charlie Um
phlett, Mra. ' ; E. U, ; Morgan, Mrs.
George Roach, .Mm.."' Effie Mfller,
Mrs.- L. E. Madre, Misses Mamie
Stallings and Celesta Godwin; Mrs.
Kenneth Miller, visitor. The next
meeting" Will be held " with Mrs. E.
Miss Jessie Baker and Miss Helen
Morgan spent Tuesday in Moyock
with Miss Gertrude Baker.
Miss Myrtle Pike, a graduate
nurse of Watts Hospital of Durham,
has arrived to spend the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Pike. v
little Ray Barber, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Barber, is very sick, with
Mrs. A. R. Winslow, Jr., Mrs. Ray
mond Stanton and Miss Myrtle Urn
phlett motored to Elizabeth City
Miss Alma Leggett spent Sunday
in Washington, N. C, with her moth
erMrs. M. D. Leggett.
Mr. and jtra. W. G. Hollowell, Miss
Lucile Long and Master Joel Hollo
well, Jr., were dinner guest of Mrs.
Jimmy Earnhardt of Edenton Sun
day BURGESS NEWS
Mrs. J. B. Basnight entertained
the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
Club at her home near Burgess, Wed
nesday afternoon. Those present
were Mrs. Fred Mathews, Mrs. Wal
ter Williams, Mrs. Nathan Mathews
and Mrs. J. B. Basnight. The hos
tess served a delicious salad course
and hot cocoa.
Miss Ethel Jordan visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Winston Lane, this week
George Bateman and family of
Elizabeth City called on Mrs. C. B.
Parker Wednesday night.
Mrs. C. E. White, Mrs. N. C. Spi
vey, Mrs. J. B. Basnight and Mrs.
C. B. Parker enjoyed the hospitality
of Mrs. Neil Spruill at bridge In New
Hope last Thursday. - t
Mr. and Mrs. Walter 'Williams vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Charlie Umphlett Sunday afternoon
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mathews spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Rob
Keaton, in Bethel "
You'll Hare to Have
FOR THE KIDDIES
10c to 2Qc per lb.
UbbyV Pet and
UMILK 7 ;
Tall Cans. " for
v' large Assortment
' ' vf Fresh
15c & 25c
u rxcKies, ui jar
m i m
t( NO. 21a
r Freeh Stock
nvcMsir " W POUND
) ,n-.wiiWtrrii'-'D Bailer's Chocolate
V ALMONDS I
A, - JBSAZIL NUTSj; j
'0 1 FOR
.. Mr;, and " Mrs
Arthur s White, oi
Sunday with Mr,
Crawford Wilson was in Hertford
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alexander, and;from near Hertford, spent the week-
daughter, Mattie Meade, were shop'
ping in Norfolk Monday.
Mr. Harrison Baker, was a busi
ness visitor in Elizabeth City Friday.
Mrs. Addle Bright and daughter,
Miss Hazel Bright, were in Elizabeth
Mrs. John Asbell, Mrs. P. L. Grif
fin, and Miss Gerrie Griffin were
shopping in Elizabeth City Wednes
day. Mrs. John Bright, Mrs. Roy Pierce,
Mrs. Henry Ownley and Mrs. Irma
D'Orsey went to Norfolk Wednes
day. Master Howard Lane, who broke
his leg, is getting on nicely.
Miss Lena Symons, is ill at her
home with flu.
Miss Cora Layden, spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs. Jack Lay
den, at Belvidere.
Walton Whitehead, spent the week
end with his mother, Mrs. Bertha
Mrs. Cecil Garrett of Elizabeth
City spent Monday with Mrs. Daisy
jars. Kobert unamioers or near
Elizabeth City is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Tom Deal.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy, Mrs
P. L. Whitehead and Janet Quincy,
spent Thursday in -Norfolk
Mrs. John Symons, and Miss Ger
rie Griffin spent Tuesday in Nor
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Godfrey and
Miss Wilma Godfrey were in Eliza
beth City Monday.
Mrs. Oscar Byrum and daughter,
Miss Hilda Byrum were shopping
in Elizabeth City Tuesday.
Mrs. Garland Lane and Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Trueblood were guests
of Mrs. Louis Lane Thursday.
Burfoot and Odell Ward, of Nor
folk, Va., visited their mother, Mrs
Peninah Ward, one day last week.
Callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Parks Sunday afternoon
included Mr. Crumpler, Carol Wil
loughby and Frank Spadey, from
Chuckatuck, Va.; E. L. Winslow and
his daughter, Miss Eleanor, and R,
H. Hollowell, of Cross Roads: Mr.
and Mrs. Julian E. Ward, of Eden
ton; Mrs. R. S. Ward and daughter
Lena Faye; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Lane and son, Herbert Bay.
Mrs. H. N. Ward spent Monday
Mrs. H. H. Lane, Mrs. T. L. Ward
and Miss Elizabeth Eason were in
Miss Juanita Lane spent the week
end with Miss Regina Byrum.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ward and two
at the Best Prices
See ns for your Fruit Cake
Ingredients. ; We receire a
fresh stock each week. No
holiday feast is complete
without Fruit Cake.
8 NO, 1 CAN EXTRA GOOD! ; " ; j; ,
Apple jgauce 10c
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;V'1 .Ol. H SO!
".i .i i i i m ii nr.; i in iin,a?JU
Na 1 SIZE CAN v
Fruit Cocktail iiQl6c X!
WE WILL HAVE A FULL LINE OF
X ; Fresh Fruits and iv
- yegetaHes - f
THE HOLIDAY SEASON
KC:.-J CAROLINA' " ,
children, and "Toady" Ward were jn
Suffolk, -Vs.; shopping, Saturday.
Mrs. Harriett Parks went to Suf
folk, Va., Thursday afternoon to see
her granddaughter, Miss Montaze
Byrum, who is a patient in Lakeview
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Winslow,
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J.C. Dail, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dail,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Chappell attend
ed quarterly conference in Suffolk,
Miss Mary Lee Davis and Phyllis
Rogers went to Suffolk, Va., Sunday
for a few days' stay.
Mrs. Kelly TJyrum visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jordan,
Rudolnh Jordan and Colbert Byrum
were in Edenton Saturday evening.
Mrs. Harriett Parks, Carson Davis
and Mrs. T. W. Davis attended the
funeral of a relative in Elizabeth
City Sunday afternoon.
RYLAND CLUB ENTERTAINS
Members of the Ryland Home
Demonstration Club entertained their
husbands and a few other invited
guests Thursday evening at the
Ryland school building at a delight
ful chicken dinner. A few musical
selections by Mr. Sax and Miss
May Belle Edwards were enjoyed.
Those present included Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Layton,
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Ward, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Boyce, Mrs. H. N. Ward, 0. C,
Ward, Mrs. Harriett Parks, Miss
Minerva Ward, Roy Parks, Miss
Rebecca Colwell, Miss Ada Morris,
Miss May Belle Edwards, Mrs. D. T.
Ward, Miss Lois Savage, Mr. Sax,
Miss Grace Hollowell, Miss Gertrude
Hollowell, Miss Elizabeth Eason and
Miss Mary Lee Davis.
Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Full Cream Cheese
& We Have a Large Selection of Holiday Candies and Nuts . . ; Also Si
3 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. See Us For Tour Christmas Poultry , VL
Ti ; , s. - . .
KEEP THESE GIFTS IN MIND
THEY ARE SURE TO PLEASE
E 104 Years of Service Quality
J. C. BLANCHARD & CO., INC.
"BLANCH ARD'S" SINCE 1832
. Every Bar Guaranteed
Old Airierican Cheese
Pound..... . .
J. PRITjCHARD, Manager
We Deliver , . i?
Below are just a few of the
many ideal gifts we have to
Perfume 25c to $1.00
Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c
Hand Bags 98c to $1.98
Lingeries .49c to $1.98
Pajamas $1.98 to $2.98
Bedroom Slippers 9c to $1.49
Gloves 79c to $1.98
Silk Hose 59c to $1.25
Sweaters . $1.98 to $2.98
Luncheon Sets 98c to $2.98
Pillow Cases and Sheet
Pillow Cases 49c to 98c
Bed Spreads $1.98 to $2.98
Part Wool Blankets $4.95
Luggage $3.49 to $6.95
Visit our Toy Department . . .
We have one of the largest
stocks in the Albemarle.
Merchandise Right Prices
HERTFORD, N. C. g
These prices are
for strictly cash,
day, Dec. 18, and
day, Dec. 24.
17 oz. can 18c
2 for 35ir
Libby's Peaches, Sliced
or Halves, large can 2OC
ROAST OR STEAK
- PER POUND 'i