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, numzHi N&73 '
Mr. end Jin. O. C.' Perry' and
. daughters, Kathryn and Bath, from
near JSdenton, visited Mrs, Ferry
. "mister, Mrs, Beulah Williams, 'Sunday
afternoon. ' ' .
Mary Lou and Calvin Britt return
ed to their home at New Hope on
'. Sunday, after a - week's .visit with
their grandparents, Mr, and lira. J.
- C. Hobbs. , - , -
' ' ' 3His&i Genevieve Standin, '; of Nor
folk, Va, spent the- week-end 'with
, Iter parents, Mr. and : Mrs. R. ' F.
Mrs. B. R. Keaton i and children,?
" Ruby MaudeEloise and Bobby, and
'" '' Evelyn Long: visited Mr. and Mrsit
. .Edward Benton, of White Hat, on
; v Sunday, ' ? n v ' - - " v 1 "vl ' ! V .
i Mr.; and Mrs. "J. W. Gatling, of
crtNorfolk, Va. visited his, mother,
Sirs." Maggie C Broughton, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Hoffler and
children, Eugene,., Robert, .. Pennie
and Dixie, and Miss Roxie Taylor, of
-Gatesville, were Sunday guests in
the home 'of Mr. and Mrs. T. C
Miss Pencie Ward has returned
home after a week's visit with Miss
Elizabeth' White, near Hertford,
Mrs. Jodie Phillips, of Camden,
spent the week-end here With rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson and
children, Elizabeth and James, of
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end as
guests of Mrs. Simpson's .another,
,Mj-s. W. C. Perry. '.-.
" Hhn Doris Rogerson, of Balla
" hack, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
R. S. Chappell.
R. S. Chappell attended the State
eonvention of W. 0. W. in Hender
sonville this week. ' "
State Theatre News
'.'Msytime,' which will be shown
Thursday ivd Friday of next week
t the State Theatre in Hertford, is
.-a gorgeous spectacle to view and a
: beautiful theme to hear. Jeannette
'McDonald and Nelson Eddy rise, to
ttheir full statures of stardom, adding
tta Chair laurels they won in earlier
inasm. Together they sing "Will You
Banember?" so effectively that you
Who hear it will be unlikely to ever
. Miss McDonald also sings two com
plete operatic arias and parts of
others. Eddy sings three first rate
novelty songs, "Students Drinking
Song", "Vive L'Opera" and "Virgin
ia Ham and Eggs." Together the
stars give a touching rendition of
the folk song "Carry Me Back to Old
Miss McDonald and Mr. Eddy are
supported by John Barrymore. .
"Maytime" is said to be truly a
musical masterpiece on the screen,
"John Meade's Woman"; t which
omes to the State Theatre on Fri
day of this week, stars Edward Ar
nold,! who will be remembered by lo
cal theatre fans for his starring work
in "Come and Get It" and Francine
Larrimore, who comes to the screen
directly from the stage. These two
great actors are supported toy Gail
Patrick and George Bancroft "John
Meade's Woman" is a touching story
that tells how a spite marriage
brought greater power .than riches.
When a cowboy star is called upon
to portray a cowboy star things are
bound to happen. And they happen
fast and furious in the Columbia out
door drama, "The Cowboy Star"
showing Saturday. In it Charles
Starrett gives a fine account of him
self as a hard riding, gun slinging
cowboy who tires of being a movie
star and returns to the range. It's
an answer to, those fans who have
wondered how a Western movie star
would conduct himself in a cow
Iris Meredith, a newcomer to films
makes her , bow as Starrett's leading
lady and does it successfully. An
unusually lovely girl, she is extreme1
y talented. The picture moves a
long at express train speed and will
be greatly enjoyed by Western pic
Wallace Beery is coming to the
State again next Monday and Tues
day, this time in the title role, "Good
Old Soak". Beery, veteran screen
a tar,-promises to be hilarious in this
.picTure." He will be , supported by
Una Merkel, Eric Linden and Betty
Furness. "Good Old Soak"; is a
story about a grand old sot who is
lazy ' and shiftless but who has a
heart made of pure gold. -' .
On Wednesday, prize night, there
will he ;an unusually good picture
shown, "Nancy Steele is Missing",
starring Victor1 McLagten, .Walter
Connolley, Peter Loire ' and June
-Lang. The picture portrays a man
who .spent twenty years in prison and
' who suddenly receives freedom and
tries to avenge his- lost years, but
: finds' a love he has never known.'
'Titi and Mrs. Eugene Chappell of
New. Port "News. Mrs. Watson Chap
pell, 'and ? ' Mrs. Alphonso Chappell
visited Mr. rand Mrs. W. T. Smith.
- Mr and Mrs."' C. T. Forbes and
children, Mar jorie and Cecil, Jr., of
Norfolk, visited Mr. and Mrs. t. u.
Forbes BundaV. .' , . '
Mr.-, and ' Mrs..-. Julian' Chr-
Jfulis Miller,; Julian, Jr., eni t,
. aia visited Mr. and tin. C r .
"ton i in Hertford f-i'
j, itra. 1 J. Vin: " ,
few d2y vl-lt ' - - ' I'-'
' Ea-oe V."hit in 1 . . t
Jin. Julian Che. I'M. l'.xnt
ChappeU, Mr.' T. C, ! rerry. ETsrJwk
Julia MUIer Chappell spent Satur
day In Elizabeth City. ;
Those. ..Attending the funeral of
Mrs. W. T. Miller Friday were: Mrs.
T.VC , Perry, Mrs.: W.: T. Smith, ;Mrs.
Julian Chappell, - Mary Louise and
Julia Miller ChappeH. :! -
Johnnie ' and ' Julian, Jr., Chappell
spent Saturday inWinfall with Mrs.
Oarence White, w
" Mr. and Sirs. Archie Layden Ade
laide and Sylbia Ann visited Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver Layden Monday .V 1
-Dr. , E. S. .White,. Misses Lucy,
Emma, Margaret, and' Clara White,
spent Wednesday in Norfolk.
. Those attending the electrical de
monstration ' meeting ' In - Hertford
Thursday .were; . Mrs. W. T,-Smith,
Mrs. T. A. Perry, Mri Julian Chap-
peii, Misses iMcy, Uara and Marga
ret White. - i
"Everything In Hardware and Supplies' "
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CAROLINA'S ,r .
FINEST THEATRE '"
HERTFORD, N. C
.Today ' .
Friday, April 30
. a A: Good Show!
r M i T l.lililf.kiii m.I. g W :
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I j :, A.'-il-i ;f ;i
1 - Comedy. Act and 1
. ' i T -i
, J. C, While Lj Lean confined to
his bed.bjrKlnc;! several days.
(. Mrs. Ber" VMnead- was in
Elizabeth ( j Jay. . , '
' ' Mrs. T.a 1 .Jli epant Monday
with Mrs. Ki'-nd Toyce, .
Mr. and k ,:i Garrett of
Elizabeth City, were dinner guests
of Mrs. W. K. Terry Thursday. i -Mrs,
Cecil Carre tt, Mrs. Lucy
Bright Daniels, of ir.Izabeth .'City,
and Mrs. John Sytnona were guests
of Mrs. i Archie Lane near. Hertford
Thursday. i ' Jj v( 4'""
Mrs. John Eytnons- spent the day
in Norfolk Friday.; tS-: .' "; ',.
The many friends Of Mrs. ' John
Symons regret to learn of her illness
Mrs. Pattie .White is , visiting her
daughter, ;Mre.- John Symons.
, Mrs; J.,C..WiIaon, Mrs, Irma TMfr
sey, Mrs.-John , Asbell , and Misses
. ! Ruth' R. Wilson and Waverley D'pr-
There's -no "int to being
satisfied witli less than the
best mm whesTyoa can get it
here, at lawer east! Every
awdhra flaiah la stock.
$123 to $3.10
J' . . IMfT. .
Saturday, May 1 ' ,V T "
Children . 10c
Adults .,.:.Ll-J.,:t-15c .
.Show Begins 1:30 nV
v Runs Continuously ! 7
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I!cr.ry I itt r - s in JHir-ibe
City on husin-s Tuesday.
I.'.rs. Lt !a Lr8 sri l-s. Jv!.n
Asbell were fci I.jrtfori l.ursday.
, Walter CU:rl, who has been U!
at his home is some what tetter,
Mrs. Roy Pie.ce and ll'ri Lilian
Bright spent Friday in LILibeth
City. r,, '
Mrs. Irma D'orsey will leave Sat
urday for Nags Head, where she wf.I
spend the summer,"" - .
' Mr uind Mrs. E. - P. Stallihgs of
Elizabeth City, Mr and Mrs. Emmett
Stallings, and Jim Trueblood motor
ed to Durham and spent the Sunday.-
Mrs.- Herbert Winslow - and Miss
Sarah Riddick were In Norfolk,1" Va.,
iv it t f ft. m :, . tl -tt, i
fbe timiy-tbird sghq3
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Monday and .Tuesday, y : ? ; , ,
May 8-4 ''-'.-'"tv'- r;-'-: -
Don't Miss Tins uner
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exaiiiln. , j. -
t ' r j. r - T.'iri:ow
and i, r, I j. r ' . l Lever
ette . Inflow i If , ! if ' Nor
folk, Va,, were v.- - ests of
their parents, lie. a- i . s.' Allen
" I"r. and Ijs.'Lf J X " jlow and
(" "'tzh, of Harford, . :!ted rela
te i Lere ar 'ay. - . j , -, '
I ' i AVinnie Winc'aw returned
E-r. " y from a six w '.a visit with
Kn. P. n. V.7.;te in A.'inston-Solem.
V.rs a-y she vir'tsd r!ative8 in
Uir r"-i, Lou.svi.Ie and Pinnacle.
Lorna brothers and' Betty
Jeanne Winslow were the week-end
guesUfof Mr, and Mrs.' A. - N. Wins
low. ' ' , '
Urs.'.Cliariie 'White, v,ho has .neen.
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Will Be Issiied
ar . , er .- f
- -: Secretary"
I 3 - 'i -' J. : ' -1 1; CLEAN V .
'ill,') 'O-I"1' f '-i-'-''.-.'COMFOSTAELS
-fr Y i"'V 5 -s'4 1;' j enthstainln;
Wednesday, May 6 I
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Mrs. 'Ji;. I " t'.
and : Hiss C. i I
KiYmi, Va, s 3 V ' - . .
Clarke, in Ker.-..i, . '
? - - Khj'N j It.
Mis? Jessie 1 . i I -Canton-
school i-i.'.K-;t '
for-the Bummer v.wwt
parents, Mr. and MrsW. C. i
' ( " -Mrs, tlliedbee &eiwz
,Mrs. Erocks Whedhee has r
from a trip to1' Durham and- Ow.
Dointa.'" v n - " '"
T ' ' Hollowell Nixo. Improve is
tlollowell Nixon; who . hat 1 bees
sick for sometime; ie -eonvslescifng.
' V";'"'-1 -
f inursaay.- rnaay, May -?.,
Shows Begin S, 7, 9 P..M.