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r;.C7,;V.-L2ti Who9pent the
'past month with his mother, Mrs.
C. T. Hawkins, left Sunday for New
'York and sailed on Wednesday for
i liia home at Caracas, .Venezeuela. '
1 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hinea and
v j? i; their little son, Richard, Jr., spent
, ( f Christmas with Mrs. Holmes' parents
, j" ",.JAr. and Mrs. W D, Holmes, in Eden
j on. si i- , VH'l , t s' ' ' J
, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Jordan had as
i 'aruests on Christmas day Mrs; Jor-
r 'dan's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jesse T,I
L Winslow, and Mr.- and Mrs. waiter
' X Winslow .and their little son, Jams;
P A Whiteston. , J! . . 1 -
1 ,', I Miss Mary Shelbouroe of Wash
i r ington, JN. C, was a recent guest - of
Mrs. I JR. Crawford. - -
V' Miss Huldah Wood, of Baltimore, is
S visiting her mother, Mrs. B. T. Wood.
- ' . Mrs, George Fields spent the week-
end in Elizabeth City, .visiting Mrs.
: .Cecil Garrett. : .
; - Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fields were
!' guests on Sundayl of Mrs.-Fields
uncle and aunt, Mr., and Mrs. L. R.
Webb, at New Hope.
i -. Miss Jessamine Bullock, of Creed
i more, is the guest of Miss Bernice
i Air. and Mrs. G. G. Markham, of
. Elisabeth City, visited Mrs. Mark
Iliam'B sister, Mrs. W. E. White, on
f Sunday. ' v- -.'v"..'
f f Eev. A. A. Butler and Mrs. Butler
nad as guests on Sunday Mr. and
f Mrs. William Butler, of Wilmington;
I Mr. and Mrs. James Butler, of Nor
i folk, Va, and Mr. and Mrs. Hey
k wood Butler, of Wilson, "
j VHTTESTON NEWS;-
i Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Winslow and
two small ehUdren of Elizabeth City
5 spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
' Charlie L. Winslow.
Miss Lillian Winslow of Washing
tonrD. C, is at home with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Winslow,
fmr thn holidays. .
T.inHnnv Winslow and Raymond
Winslow spent Saturday in Norfolk,
- Va. Raymond Winslow is taking
treatments for mastoids under Dr.
, R. B. Kimmion.
. Dinner guests of Mrs. Percy Win
alnw on Friday were Mr. and Mrs,
Paul Fisher of Elisabeth City and
; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lane of Center
. Hiii. .
l -Miss Martha Lane of High Point,
N. C, and Miss Mariam Lane : of
- Guilford College are at home for the
,i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winslow and
A' two sons, Merril and Leland, spent
,,. "a few -days of last week-with Mrs.
ir-UWinBlow'a - son. Allison White, in
: TTabor City. N. C
V I fMiss Lucy Grant Flythe of Raleigh
i is visiting Miss Burnette Winslow at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
A,' Mrs. J. D .Winslow u
' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Barco of
: :: Hooeville. Va Miss Lillian . Temple,
Leonard Temple and Mark Temple, of
Newland were dinner guests of Mr.
' " and Mrs. Lafayette Lane-ISaOTf
Miss Burnette Winslow of Norfolk
Va., spent the -Christmas holidays
witKL her narents. Mr. and Mrs. De-
T . witte Winslow.
' j' h'1' Mr. and Mrs. E North Winslow Of
' Norfolk,, were dinner guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Win-
, : alow, Friday.
I Those spending the Christmas holi- i
aay wiia iurs. wary w. niuw wwc.
' JHugh White and sister. Pearle White
of Winston Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
f - ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White and chttd-
- ren, Evelyn and Thurman , of Nor
folk Va-; Mr. and Mrs. B. L. White
and children Leslie'', , and Margaret
Ann: of Sunsbury; Mr. and Mrs.
Paul White and sons, Otis Jey and
Lanier of Elizabeth City.
- Mr. and Mrs. As Winslow and
small 4 son, Donald V were " holiday
guests of Mr. Winslow's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie.-E. Winslow. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Winslow and
family of Drivers, Va., spent the
Christmas holidays with Mr. and
. Mrs. Jesse Rountree - and Mr. and
'Mrs. Calvin' Winslow.'
, ' Allen Whit of Philadelphia, Paw
as at ftbtne with his parents, Mr.
and, Mrs. Ernest -White,. vfor the
Christmas holidays. X . r
V' Mrs. Uohn White of Winfall and
Mrs. Claude White and daughter
. iuorotny t ay visited Mr. and lira.
V Dempsey Winslow on Saturday. .
t Mrs. Arba Winslow. Miss Clarissa
inslow andMr.-imd Mrs. VagtA
IWInslow spent Saturday with Mrs.
yosepn winslow of Bagley Swamp.
' V Mr. Marvin Jolliff and family of
;i Sunbury were visitors of Mrs. Jol-
lfffs mother, Mrs. vElla White, on
, aturday. " ,
Pictured above are " J. Edgar
Hoover, 'Director, and the seven offi
cers and 'instructors of the Federal
Bureau .'of ' Investigation on the fac
ulty of the 10-day school for North
Carolina law enforcing off icers to be
held here January 6-14.- The school,
the first of 3 its' kind . held in this
Cf L'srert to t sir r y f.-iends
w&s t!.e wed-lng of Kifaa Cfer.e C&p
peU and Mr. Ashby Jordan, both of
Perquimans, , which took place in
Suffolk, Va.,' on December 16, with
only a few intimate friends witness
ing the ceremony, -which was per
formed by the Re Herbert Tucker.
i The bride is- the attractive daugh
ter of Mr, and Mra.-'N. C. Chappell,
of-the Belvidere community. , The
bridegroom Is the only son of Mr.
and Mrs.!G. A. Jordan, of Route
Three. . Btfth young; people 'ire "very'
, Mr. and Mrs. T. L
New .York City, are
holiday with Mrs. "
Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
iaanid, Tftbtoti ' .
Stlv. Nou Irops
State, will also iraw on outetandiag
State and local officers for its staff.
Director Hoover is shown at the
left' above. The seven federal ex
perts on the training staff are: Top
Row (left to right) Hugh H. Clegg,
Director pf the National Police Aca-
EuP. . Coffey,, head, pi tne
Crime Laboratory of the "FBIT; amt
L. C Schilder, Director of the nat
ional fingerprint files. Bottom warn:
Lawrence A, Hince, administrative
assistant; B. T. iHarbo, ' Director of
the Crime Statistics Division; Myron
Gurnea. firearms ; expert, and Gra
ham Lowdon of the Charlotte bureau;
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Peanut Butter Has Important Role
InrPrepafation of Many Recipes
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A New Datictey MuffitM Made wHb Pmimi Buthr
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StTRPRISE PARITY AT NEW HOPE
- JN HONOR OF ELMER BANKS
A . surprise party was given at the
home of. Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Banks
, of New Hope on Tuesday night in
. honor of Mr. Banks, it being his 60th
,r birthday.. He was very much sur
prised as friends and relatives ar
. rived. He received many beautiful
gifts for which he was very grateful.
Delicious ice cream and' cake were
,aerveoV,'' V :. -
Willlai-J. f .lsi'.'.-T Ysa.. t.aga' ton.
tjEW people realise that: the pea
' 'nmmlHiMjtm uinui' i' "na .,
,tional foedEen, P. T. Barman in
troduced it as a part of the circus.
For years the only environment In
which peanuts were sold and eaten
was at circuses, ball games ' and
other outdoor amusement places.
At first no one ate peanuts .for
their food value; it was simply the
sport of the thing and the tasty
flavor of the neanuts that caused
their popularity. Later when their
nutritive value became known, they
entered the household s n article
of foodV but to no appreciable ex
tent until peanut butter was com
mercially developed and placed on
the market la Its present state. ., .
.; It was about the end of the nine
teenth century when 4he discovery
was made that a very palatable
butter or paste could be obtained by
grinding peanets, which later , be
came known as peanut butter, and
today Is an Important food Hem be
cause of Us high nutritional value.
The first peanut butter to be sold
commercially through the grocery
trade was manufactured la Bt
Louis, Missouri, la the early nlne-
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While most everyone Is familiar
with the many uses of peanut but
ter si delicious sandwich apread, 4
'JJaacrealh :awr-au Important role '
it can piay in tne preparauon oi
many delightful recipes r ' , I i
Although corn bread and corn
meal muffins are great favorites la ,
many American homev it is safe "
to predict that their popularity
would soar to even greater heights "
through the addition of a few table
spoons of peanut butter In the
- The next time you decide to treat '
your family to corn bread or muffins y
Just try the following edpe and. .
learn what a taste thrill yon have '
discovered. M(Mt Bstter Mv&m
U S eora
S taaipooal baking
1 tablespoon mgac
Vi taaapooa aalt
n Mttar u ,
Guy Kibbee and Sybil Jason fea
tured with . May Robaon in "The
Captain's Kid" at .the Taylor Theatre
on. Wednesday. v ' " ' c
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egg, wall beataa
, , - . 1 soce oacea - t .
Gomblne and sift all dry 'lngre-VV'
dlents, add peanut buttef and toUk. ,
Btlr Just enough to make a amootil
batter. ' Fold In weU beaten ecg,
Bake In well greased muffin pans or
la loaf pan, top with small fleets '
of sliced bacon. . yc
Norfolk, Va., ' ' .-- ; .
B. A. Berry is visiting relatives
in Norfolk, Va. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloy Elliptt and
three children, of Wilmington, spent
Christmas with Mr. Elliott's parents
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Elliott. ,
; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Farmer and
daughter, Imogene, Mr, and Mrs. T.
M. Farmer and son, Tsbmas, of Nor
folk, Va, spent Christmas with their
mother, Mrs. T. M. Fanner. ; . , -Mr.and.
Mrs. George Daof near
Edenton. Mr. and Mrs., George - Earl
Dail and three children, Mary Earl,
Ervin and Minnie Ray, of Norfolk,
Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Da
venport Saturday." - '
Mrs. W. W.. Hanbury and daugh
ter, Betty Lee, of Norfolk, Va., spent
Christmas with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. L." ?roctor. : ' j1 .
Mr. and Mrs.' B, H. '-Brown and
three children, Miss 'Lizzie Brown,
Percy RusselV &U of Sunbury, visited
Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Lassiter Satur
day, -rv f s r ; f .!;"-"' ;
v Woodrow Mathews" and Clyde" Phil
lips of .near .Washington, D, C.j are
visiting Jake Basnight. ' '
'- 'Those who vLIt-1 I'r. r Un." J.
EU.Zjcs C !. :j f a SZ - a toli-
dayg T' J lr. .,JL I " J. Clarence
Lrhe ad t -Y, L Jr., of Er-
N. C., I-J. . .hite i-d
and Mrs. Dan 'Basigaer and ' two
dauKhters. Frances Lane and Rene
of Plymouth. "
VB. C. Berry and two " children,
Blanche Moore . and Carrol - Jr., of
Hertford were visitors at the home
of E. Y. Bejary Christmas afternoon.
ENTERTAIN AT-WNNE3 "
Mr. and Mrs. W. M; Mathews de
lightfully entertained at dinner at
their home on Sunday. ;
i Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
W.'M. "Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Mathews "of' Norfolk, Va.; I'r.
and Mrs. ' Elbert . Jordan and chil
dren, Kathryn, Adrian Brown and
Daniel, of Suffolk, Va.;-Mr. and Mrs.
G. A, Jordan, Mrs, J.). W. Everett,
Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Jordan, Mrs. S.
E. Godwin and ' children, Lathan,
Bunia Mae and Eloke, of Hertford;
Mr. and Mrs. Eric " Caddy and chil
dren; Onita and . Wilma Ann, of
White -Hat, Miss Novella Harrellof
Norfolk, Va.; Miss Ida Perry and
Annie Mae Mathews.;..: ' ' ,.x
Those whdi called in the afternoon
were Mr. an.Mrs. Elror V.'ood, Mr.
Mrs. v. :i. r.:::-.
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