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; RETURN TO WASHINGTON -
Dr. and Hn.- J." J. Skinner and
His Lea Skinner have returned to
their home in' Washington, D C,
. after attending the funeral of for.
Skinnere brother; E. B. Skinner, last
i 1 VISIT IN LYNCHBURG
Mr. and - Mrs. D. S. Darden are
'spending a few days with 'relatives
4a Lynchburg,. Va.
Jin.,, y. uancnara ana jars.. v.
Jfc Darden are ayadinc the week-end
J T : MRS. HOBBSmRE
;Mrs. F, W. J Hobbe, Sr, of Rich-iond,vVa.,-wa8'
a' recent guest of
Iter 'sister, Mrs. Charles Johnson.
MRS. GILLIAM HERB
Mrs. C. F. .: Gilliam of Elkin, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
MRS. CANNON SICK
Mrs .Elmo Cannon is sick with an
attack of flu at her home in Hert
MRS. E. E. BARBER ILL
Mrs. E. E. Barber, one of the coun
ty's Meet citizens, is ill at the home
f r daughter, Mrs. T. J. Nixon,
Sr near Hertford,' having suffered
jk slight paralytic Stroke on Sunday.
veryrOg J. Barber's condition
" is regarded Taaigt nd her child"
ren living at a -distance have been
- -"tilled. -M. f. L. Davis, of Court
land, WW on Tuesday night, Miss
L8ka barber, of Wilmington, came
"-tRirsday and Mrs. G. I. Bullock, of
'"Oreedmore, is expected to arrive
MEETS WITH MRS. BYRUM
The Rosa Powell Circle of the Wo
man's Missionary Cociety of the
Hertford Baptist Church met on Mon
day night at the home' of Mrs. Ed
Byrum, with Mrs. Charles 'Johnson,
chairman, presiding. The devotional
exercises were conducted by Mrs.
Followln this there was a short
Iu8iness session, after which Mrs.
Byrum served, dainty refreshments 1
during the social hour. I
Those present were Mesdames
Jharles Johnson, ; Jesse Lane, Nate
Metflin, George Cbappell, C. O. Fow-'ice
ler, W. E. Hoffler, R. A. Sutton,
Jesse Campen, ' Jr., V. A., HoMren,
H.' T. Bond, B. W. Pennington, Wfl-
liam Elliott, " T. E. rRaper, Seraen
Godwin, G. H. Parker, Elizabeth Sit
tenon and Mrs. Strange.. Visitors
3ncioded Mrs 1. A. Ward, Mrs. P. L.
Stephens and Miss Doris Byrum,
KTKnnWK rriMMlTTTKE ITCltTSt
wc?iS2on ''gMik'PTA Holds
HertSrd BapuscihttithW caFiindere Day Program
Mrs. E. W. Mayes, with Mrs. L A.
Ward, president, - presiding. V Others
present were 'Mrs. D ,S. Dempsey,
Mrs. G. R. Tucker Mrs. V; N. Dar
den, Mrs. L. N. HoUoweU, Mrs.
duirles Johnson, Mrs. , Charles E.
Johnson and Mrs. Mark Gregory..:.
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB !
Mrs. J. G. Roberson; entertained
the members of her bridge club at
delightful party on Tuesday night.
. Spring flowers in attractive ar-i
?angement decorated the room where,
two tables were arranged. . Mrs. Vj
N. Darden was the winner of the
prise for top score, while Miss Kate
Blanchard received the consolation.
The hostess served a delicious, salad. Cake" was given, followed by a song
course. . ' VI would be True." ?: : v ?
Those playing were Mrs. R.. Mf j; At the close of the meeting , the
"Riddick, Mrs. E. W. Lordley, Mrs. i jjirthday cake was cut and sold. Spe
'Ii. G. Koonce, Mrs. V.' N. Dardon, cial music was furnished by Mrs. Joe
u JMrs. Herman Winslaw, Miss Mary
. Sumner, Mis3 Kate Blanchard and !
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ENTERTAIN AT PARTY
Misses Elizabeth 'and Dot True
blood, Eula White, Jane Lowe and
Daisy Proctor delightfully . entertain
ed at a party at the home of Miss
Proctor in Winfall Friday. Many
games were enjoyed after which a
delicious sweet course was served to
the following: Misses Helen Morgan,
Jessie and Polly Baker, Nina Mae
.Tierce, Nellie Rae Haste of Edenton',
Mary Ruth Stallings, Margaret Mad
re of Hertford, Addie Ruth Morgan,
nd Lucille White, John Haste, Stan
ley Spruill, William Cayton, Roy
Spruill of Edenton and Edmond Lane.
; ; JMr. and Mrs. J. E. Boyce were
-called to the bed side of their daugh
' tor's husband, E. B. Skinner, of Old
-Neck, last week.
Mr. Cecil Byrum called on Mrs.
' Graham Twine Saturday morning.
; ! Mr. and Mrs. Freeland Chappell
-"visited ,Mr. and . Mrs. ,0. C. JTwine
Sunday night. - v" . ) . ; ; v .
i, , Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Goodwin and
. children visited her parents, Mr. and
- 41m. N. B. Dafl.
Mr. and Mrs; Bertram Byrum spent
I Saturday night with v her" parents,
j Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Forehand. "
i Mr. and Mrsv Graham Twine were
' In Edenton Saturday night.
Vernon Asbell went on a' business
trip to Norfollc, Va, Thursday.
Mrs. Henry Copeland ' and Miss
flc!ma Chappell visited Mrs, Thomas
r. : rr i Tuesday afternoon.
t To Amiy Pc:t
A special; dispatch front. Marion
Institute , at Marion,'; Alabama, says
thirty-two Marion Institute students
will leave there Sunday morning for
Fort McPherson - and v other"' army
posts throughout the, 'South, where
tHey wilt, take both mental and phy
sical entrance examinations for, en
trance to the United States Military
Among the number listed was Tim
Rufus ; Brinn, who stopped over in
Hertford for a week-end visit to his
. 1 WW - irk Ma m.
ptuviiw, jur. ana rare. Jt. x. crinn.
SURPRISE PARTY IN HONOR '
OF J. E. EAVES' BIRTHDAY
iMr. and Mrs. Louis E.- Eaves n
tertained: at a lovely surprise, 'birth
day party In honor of the 7lst birth
day anniversary of Mr. Eaves' father
J.- E. Eaves,, at his- home on Pender
Koad Monday evening, March li
' Contests and games were enjoyed
during the evening 'with Mrs.' Rett-
k.n Gf.llTM mm J 1.7:11:.. T !
WW WHHIUUIB UIU TT XJKUVO Win
ning the prizes, after which a bas
ket was brought in the -room by Mr.
Eaves' little granddaughter; Alma
Lee and Ava Ann Eaves, heavily
laden with gifts that were both pretty
and useful. -
A delicious ice course was served
with the Easter idea carried out in
the decorations', and refreshments.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Eaves, Mr.. . and .Mrs. J. Ed.
Lane,, Mrs. T. M. Farmer, Raymond
Farmer, Mrs.' Stephen Taifott' Sallie
Sue Skinner, 'Mr.".iai&!ir.rWiHie
Lane 4' and- two children. - Edna" Ruth
and Joan,' Mr; and Mrs. E. Y. Ber
ry Mr.' and Mrs, -Reuben Stallings
and abn, r William, Mr and .Mrs. John j
B Eaves and. three children, Onella,
John,' Jr'and. Ava Aha of near -Nor-'
folks- Mr: "aid JJrs luis;;E.;Eavesi
and two children, Alma Lee and Ho-
wara liouie ana miss Auumiao taves.
Those sending gifts who didn't at
tend were Mrs. Annie Berry, Mrs. S.
I. Cullipher, Mrs. Sangster Allen Ar
nold, Mrs. Harland D. Proctor and
J. C. Blanchard. v
BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED
Mrs. R. M. Riddick was hostess to
! the members of her bridge club and
la few others of her friends on Fri-
day night, when she entertained at
her home on Dobb street
Spring flowers decorated the rooms
where three tables were arranged.
Miss Mary Sumner was the winner
of the prize for top score. A dainty
course was servea.
Those playing included Mesdames
Clarence. Goodman, J. W. Jackson
and Miss . Rebecca Webb, of New
Hope; Mrs. John Zachery, Mrs. T.
B. Sumner,' MrSi B. G. Koonce, Mrs.
J.4. Roberson, Mrs. E. W. Lordley,
Mis Carolyn Kddkk, Mrs. V. N.
t Darden, Mist - : Kate Blanchard and
Am interesting Founders Day pro
gram was given Tuesday night at
the regular meeting of the PJT.. A.
of Ballahack School.
The meeting was opened by sing
ing; uoa ..or, uur rainers-. ine
president, Mrs. Percy Rogerson led
It, was announced that then would
'be a Washington program at the
school Friday afternoon.
. "The Presidents Message was
given by Mrs. Jack Sutton, and "The
Philisophy o( the t Parent - Teacher
Movement" by Mrs. Singleton Lane.
Miss Ruth Hurdle ' and Mrs. Joe
Pery sange" a duet, "Follow the
Gleam." A playlet "The Birthday
Perry. Mrs. A. J. Parrish, Mrs. 'Joe
Perry, Mrs. L. B. Perry and Mrs.
t . i n l . i j i : -:
Johnnie Goodwin served delicious re
Mrs. John Lane visited her sister, !
Mrs. A. J. Parrish, Wednesday.
Mrs. Wilson Hollowell is spending
some time with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bunch, of Edenton. -.
Mrs. John Rogerson and little
daughter visited Mrs. C. S. Layden
Wednesday afternoon. ; ' v T
Mriand Mrs. Norman mith visit
ed their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Rogerson, Sunday afternoon, -v .
e Mr. and Mrs. Paul T' Perry and
children of near Elizabeth City made
a abort visit to friends In this com
munity last week, ,-. ,.',.. ,
; The condition of Mrs. C. S. Layden
who has been HI for some time, re
mains about the same.
Mrs. Mack Sanderlln and baby of
Camden have been visiting her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. tHarrell,
recently. -, ' " i " ' '
' Alonza Spivey of Hertford Road
made a short call at the home of
John Rogerson Sunday afternoon."7
, Mrs.-John Rogerson and baby Vis
ited Mrs. Percy Rogerson Tuesday
afternoon. .- .
, Mm. Sidney . Goodwin 'and baby
were the guests of Mrs. Joe Layden
Saturday afternoon, -, ,
Messrs, Preston Rogerson, Elmer
mnA :VffnfrA C!mfl anil la
I were the guests of. friends in RocVy
Hock Saturday evening. - - .
A. S. Layden visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Layden, ilon;y
aTi; ::n. - . ...
Mrs. Jln LE8 c " 1 to tee Mrs.
t. E. Perry one i''.nfon last week.'
rv ,r , ty .
; MISCELLANEOUS' SHOWHt . I
. Misses Frances and Pattie vRogeiS '
son delightfully ; entertained at a'
miscellaneous shower at the home of
the former, .Thursday evening, in
honor of Mrs. Alvin: . Winslow a re
cent bride. s
, After enjoying games and stunts
everyone wrote a wish for the, .bride.
Little Willie, Ann Madre and' Master
aari tu. Kogerson proudly presented
numerous attractive and useful gifts
to tne waae.':i ', - -.
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostesses. V "
Those present"' and -sending 'gifts
were:., Mr- and Mrs.- Clarance 'Pa,
nr. siiu aira, w. v. Kogerson, , mr.
and Mrs. ' Horace Long, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Layden,' Mr. ' and Mrs. Jtal
com Nixon, Mr. and Mrs. W E, Rogr
erson, Mr, and Mrs. W;1 J. Madre,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs.' Garland Lane, Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Winslow. Mesdame;
Roy Smith. Clyde' White: J. Jordan,
Elwood White, T. W.'v Nixon, Dennis
Winslow, Joseph ;Winslow, Louis
Smith, Ben Jordan; "Ernest1 Steven
son, Herbert : Ward, Asa Stallings,
Harvy Stallinga,-. Jim Smith, J. B.
Lane, Nelson ' Smith,- Wray Smith,
William Jordan. .Will .Stafford, Ad-
rica Smith, Allen Window, Misses
Alee Stalhngs, Helen Trueblood, Nel
lie Mae Ward,.; Ruby Smith, Mary
Smith, AQie Mae Trueblood, Marga
ret Jordan, Neppie South, Mozelle
Smith, .Virginia v Winslow, Evelyn
Trueblood,. Minnie Lee Winslow,
Margaret Trueblood, Harriet Lou
Layden, Frances and Pattie Roger
Son, Willie Ann and Dorothy Madre,
Floyd Long, Bui .Thomas and Earl
Rogerson. .., .. ' .-
PENDER ROAD NEWS
Mrs. T. M. Farmer has returned
from Gates County where she visited
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Eaves Monday were Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Eaves and two children, Alma
Lee and Howard Louis, Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Eaves and . three children
Onella, John, Jr. and Ava Ann, of
near Norfolk, ..Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sawyer and
child .visited , Mr. -Sawyer's parents,
Mr. and Mrs'. Jack Sawyer, of White
Hat community, last week.
B. A. Berry is visiting relatives in
W. E. Bogue of Woodville was in
Elizabeth .City oh business Tuesday.
Misses AI Whitenead and Kuth K,
Wilson were in Elizabeth City Sat-
urady. , -
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alexander
were In Elizabeth City Saturday
afternoon. . . . - ,
Walton Whitehead spent Thursday
afternoon in Elisabeth City. i.
Bit. Kf. nUDUU, WW IHWUIWi
Susie Mae, were ' in Elisabeth City
Tuesday afternoon h , , v,
Mr. apd Mrs. W. H. Elliott attend
ed the funeral of Robert Keaton at
Bethel Sunday afternoon.' '
Mrs. J. C Wilsoi spent Friday in
Hertford with Mrs. J. Oliver White
on Grubb street. '
Mrs. John Symona and Mrs. W, R
Perry spent Tuesday in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Boyce were
In Hertford Friday.', ' . . ft
The missionary , Society, of Oak
Grove Church will - meet l with Mrs.
John Symons '. Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Mrs; Daisy Perry and Miss Cora
Layden spent Saturday, afternoon
with Mrs; Cecil F. Garrett In EUza
beth City.; . . . I
Bill Trueblood was in Elizabeth
City Sunday afternoon. V V''!
Walton Whitehead has returned to
CCC camp near Washington, N., C.i
aiter a visit with his mother, Mrs
Bertha Whitehead. '
!; STATE THEATRE NEWS
A glimpse of Shirley Temple's
stage triumph as Little . Eva. in
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," is given in the
motion picture "Dimples," which -is
one of Shirley's best pictures, and
which will be seen 'at the State A
Thursday and- Friday of this week,
with Frank Morgan ,and Steplfl Fet
ched . ' i ; " y (
On Saturday "Oh Susannah" will
be the attraction, -' and Gene Autry
sings a number of songs, all of them
good. Frances Grant, his very pret
ty leading lady, ated has a very nice
vioce. Smiley Burnette, the eomme-
dian with the dual voice who is seen
with .Gene Autry In nearly every pic
ture, does some of, his best , work
ia this picture. - ' ? ,''
"On the Avenae,'T to ' be seen on
Monday, and Tuesday, Is something
new in moving pictures. TLe title
comes from Irving Berlin's sir ih
song hit of the same title.' Lick
Powell, the silver voiced tenor, , will
never sing better than In this r'c-ture.-
Madeline Carroll, . beauUTuI
English Film star,! plays the Lad
opposite Dick Powell. ; They are sup
ported by Al-oe Faye whose
blue eyes set you g?ja, s-i ty t" e
Ritz BroUiers, wliosa n.: 1 sr.' s
will knock you in the s'r3.
"On V,reane3day "C..Ia Grn at
the Cr-a," with V':mrr C ' "
t-'-i I a r-t cf C , t " '
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11 j y t- jr ( n .) I - a
g- r ' 7 -. -
Dick Powell and Hadelelne Carroll
are co-starred;in Irving Berlin's mu
sical "On the Averiue.'ri wkh- big
east 'headed byAlice Faye and the
RIU-&Svofc titHg t (he State
Theatre, Hertford, next Monday -and
Tuesday, March a and .'
WMtestca PTA Holds
I .AVaghington Program
iln&Tjrtt A. held its
regular . monthly meeting on Thurs
day evening, with Mrs- jDempsey
Winslow, president, preeidinsr. The
devotion was' led by Lesaia 'Stallings.
xne meeting was then .turned over
to Miss Mable Lane, who bad charge
of the program. ' ."-
The program on George Washing
ton was aa follows: ...Exercise,
"Thoughts . -on Washington,",' play,
"Like George Washington," song by
all the children "LitUe George Wash
ington," story by Gale Winslow; play,
"An Afternoon;.. With Washington,'
story by Clinton Ray Winslow, song,
"George .Washington's Birthday," aU
the children then gave original poems
on Washington, after which a tweet
course" was, served.
Mr. and' Mrs. T. S. Ward, Mr. and
Mrs. H. I. Ward and Miss Rela Spi
vey were in Suffolk Thursday after
noon on business. ' : " .
Miss Juanita.Lane spent the week
end with her aunt, Mrs. Numey Chap
pell, neat Belvidexe.
Thomas Jackson Spent the week
end with Elmer and Edward Ward
near Sign Pine.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winslow of
Belvidere spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. Harriett Parks and Miss Ger
trude Jackson visited Mrs. Johnnie
Chappell Tuesday evening near Pin
Miss Marjorie Pierce of Sunbury
spent a few days this week with
Miss Marie Copeland. . , v
Miss Mary Lee Davis spent Thurs
day with Mrs. G. A. Boyce.
Miss Avis Ward visited Mrs. Har
riet Parks Sunday afternoon., '' ,'J. ;
jar. ana axrs. v. is. Jordan bad as
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.. Paul
Sinclair and -Mr. and Mm. Bernard
Winslow of -near Hertford. ' ,
Mr. and .Mrs. Palen Lane scent
Monday with hep mnthnr. Mrs. ImiIu
gnuees ssary uxue ana Katn Alice
ChappeU visited Mrs. V. E. Jordan
Tuesday afternoon. ' ' ' ' . -
Mriand, Mrs. Joe Pemr of Nor
folk, Vjl, visited- her sister, Mrs.
Herbert Lane,' Monday. -v
Mrs. oye Parks made, a, business
trip to Hertford. Wednesday.
Tbe special-sale which Mrs. Roy
Parks . advertised. 10 days ago has
been extended until Tuesday, .March
1 according - to an announcement
made, by Mrs. Parks this week. '.
Mr, - and .i Mrs. Seth ? Spivey and
children of 'Petersbonr were rtests
of Mr. and Mrs.' J. T. Wood during
tne week-end. j."
Mr. and Mrs.' W. H. Cartwright,
Mrs. Vernon Winslow, Misses Blanche
and , Maude Cartwright .M were in
Elizabeth City Saturday morning. '
Mrs. J. T. Benton Mrs. W. M
Matthews and 'i -Mrs.' Ralph . fiarreD
were in Hertford on business Wed
I Mr. and Mrs. Moody Harrell : and
Carolyn Dean Harrell spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mm, G. W;
Gregory of Woodvllle. t
' Amng those in Hertford Saturday
were; Mr, end Mrs. Jesse Harrell,
xnr. and Mrs; Kalpb Harrell. Mr. and
Mrs. Shelton Harrell, Mr. and Mrs.
D. M. ' Cartwright, ' Misses : Lucille
Cartwright, Eunice Harrell, Mr. and
aim. Meadow Harrell.
Mrs. Ashby : Jordan and Mrs. J,
w. uvenon attended the State Thea
tre Saturday afternoon. -
W. H. Cartwrijht, Mr. and Mrs.
Odeli Cartwright, Mies Maude Cart
wricht, Lowry Cartwright, Mrs. Car
son -Jore-n and Miss Elinor Jordan
were in Hertford Saturday afternoon.
Louis Harrell of Norfolk visited
Mr. and . Mrs. Shelton Harrell Wed
nesday and Thursday. , -
Mrs. E. & Lane and Mrs.- Ralph
Harrell were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mason Sawyer, of Old Neck Frixlay.
Mrs. D. M. Cartwright had as her
guests Wednesday Mrs. IV.' H.' Cart
wright, Mrs. Vernon Winslow, Mrs.
W. II. Elliott and Mrs. Troy Elliott
of Chapann'e. , v" . ,
EZI.b vfiarrell i was In "Hertford
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