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TUB PERQUIMANS WrKLT, - ETTTO, W. g, ESSAY. JUNE 18, 1937
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Baltimore Guest ?
- Miss 'Mae Whaley, of Baltimore,
. Md., is the guest of her sister, Mrs,
E. W. Smith.
Claude Brinn, who holds a position
-let Nags Head, made a brief visit
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosser
Brinrf, this week.
Attend Richmond Weddinx
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nachman and
.fimily will attend the Nachman
asTOitahead iwedding in Richmond on
(Monday. They will be accompanied
br Mrs. Fred Morrell, of High Point.
Returns Te Kings Mountain
- Mrs. G. F. Lattimore and her son,
'George, have returned to their home
t Kings Mountain after a visit to
Mrs. Lattimore's mother, Mrs. R. T
Mrs. Cherry Here
Mrs. William C. Cherry, Jr., of
Norfolk, Va., was, the guest of her
brother and sister-in-law, Jar. and
Mrs. Corbin Dozier, on Wednesday
'Tim Riifus Brinn Life Guard
" Tim Rufun Brinn has been appoint
ed life guard at the Hertford Bath
ing Beach by the Town Council. The
young man is on duty each afternoon
except Sundays from 2:30 until
Lieut. William K. Crawford, U. S.
A., was an attendant at the Sawyer
Glover wedding in Elizabeth City on
Thursday of this week.
Mrs. W. A. Gregory, of Fayette
ville, is the guest of her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Ida Gregory.
With Towe Motor Co.
Mrs. W. E. Spruill has accepted a
position in the office of the Towe
r Hill Ah rAK I 1
,"'TT mjr t tit.' i l.w,.rtj
, t, 9 jure, nerman winsiow uiiiuuou
i$a house party this week at Camp
Perquimans, the attractive recreation
camp o nthe shore of Perquimans
River in "Old Neck". Those enjoy
inr the party were Florence Dar-
den, Alice Roberson, Ruth Hollowell,
Elisabeth Clark, of Wilson, Ruth
Winsiow, Clarke Stokes, Billie Clark,
-of Wilson, Mac White, Fred Cam
.pen, Paul Tucker and Watt Winsiow,
Surprise Shower In
Honor of Bride-to-be
Misses Hazel T. Twine and Kathe
rine Eason were joint hostesses at a
surprise miscellaneous shower given
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Miss Twine, near Belvidere in honor
f J. Marie Eason, whose marriage
to C Harrison Davis will take place
The house was beautifully decorat
ed with cut flowers, a color scheme
of pink and white being featured.
As the guests arrived they were
asked to write wishes for the bride
in the bride's book. Later in the
afternoon contests were enjoyed,
with Miss Nina Riddick winning the
prize in the Musical Romance which
she moBt graciously presented to the
The real surprise of the afternoon
came when the honoree was asked to
go on the porch where she found
little Misses Christine and Lorene
muujiuk witii a uaaiwcb tuppeu wii.ii a
dainty little umbrella loaded with
many beautiful and useful gifts,
A delicious ice course with mints
was served, the hostesses being as
stated by Misses Jessie Maie Win
slow, Pauline Levine, Jessie Wrae
Eason and Blanche Chappell.
Those present were Mesdames
Dora Hinton, Ambrose Turner,
Dempsey Winsiow, Eugene Twine, L,
M. Twine, James Twine, W. H. Win
alow, J. H. Stallings, Nurney Roun
tree, Moody White, Maxey Stallings,
Alton Stallings, W. L Winsiow,
Maude Chappell, W. T. Smith, Jessie
SAibell, A. F. Stalling!,: W. Rid
jpifc'J. A. Riddick, Cherifs Riddick,
vOkx Riddick, W. M. Efson, Far-
vteat Wtggins. "m
p Missat. Merle Asbell, Taeima Chap-
ipeTL Christine Riddick, Lfflie Maie
Riddick. Jessie Wrae Eason. Oriee
Wineoiw, Blanche Chappell, May Ella
Asbell, Mane Riddick, Mane Roun
tree, Dixie Chappell, Mary Louise
ChappeU, Bettie Lue Rountree, Ella
Maie White, Lorene Riddick, Carol
yn Jeesup, Joyce Stallings, Savannah
Rountree, Faye Jessup, Juanita Stall
ings, Helen Stallings, Jessie Maie
Winsiow, Hazel Twine, Katherine Ea
son, Pauline Levine, and the honoree.
Those remembering the bride with
, gifta were: Misses Mildred Hinton,
Sarah Carlyle, Marrola Jolliff, Leola
Twine, Wilma Jolliff, Virginia Eason,
ADie Winsiow, .f Mesdames . Mattie
Wirfte, W. G Cox, Lessie Perry, Ro
bert Riddick,' Elmer Cannon, Jessie
.Window, William Eason, J.J, Jolliff,
Carrie Perry, J. A. Chappell. '
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KoUries Tak2$ - ,
: plural-oi-notary, public
Ladies' Council Of
Has Monthly Meet
The Ladies Council of Bethlehem
Christian Church held its regular
monthly meeting Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. S. I. Cullipher. The
vice president, Mrs. Reuben Stallings
The time of the meeting was
changed from Friday to Wednesday
before the second Sunday in each
month.' 'Aftlr"the- bvfefhew eessioH
was over a Drosrram was rendered
by Mrs. E. Y. Berry. The subject,
"Sharing Love's Treasures," read
ings on the subject by Mrs. E. Y,
Berry, Mrs. C. E. Cannon, Mrs. Gar
land Stanton, and Mrs. Reuben Stall
ings. A trio by Mrs. J. Ed Lane,
Mrs. S. I. Cullipher and Mrs. W. M
The meeting was dismissed with
the Lord's Prayer. A social hour
was then enjoyed and the hostess
served cake and lemonade.
Those present were Mesdames E.
Y. Berry, W. A. Russell, W. JN.
White. B. A. Berry, T. M. Farmer,
J. Ed Lane, Reuben Stallings, W. M.
Marrell, C. E. Cannon, S. I. Cullip
her and two visitors, Mrs. Garland
Stanton and Mrs. Clarence Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Winsiow spent
last week visiting their children at
Horaiwake. Whalewille. Va., and
Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Winsiow and
sons, Floyd and Clarence, spent Fri
day in Elizabeth City.
Mr. Montgomery, of Washington,
was the week-end truest of Miss
John R. Jolliff, of Portsmouth,
Va.. scent the ' week-end here with
his mother, Mrs. Lizzie Jolliff.
Rev, and Mrs. Marvin Jolliff and
daughter, Margaret, of Gatesville,
visited relatives in the community
Mrs. Mary S. Winsiow, of Norfolk,
Va., has been visiting relatives here
for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whtie and
children, Thurman and Evelyn, of
Norfolk, Va., were week-end guests
of their mother, Mrs. Mary J. White.
Hugh White, Murray White and
Sidney Winsiow, of Winston-Salem,
Berry Lee White, of Sunbury, and A.
N. Winsiow spent last Thursday at
Ocean View, Va., fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh White and
baby daughter, Dorcas, returned to
their home in Winston-Salem .Tues
day after visiting Mr. White's moth
er, Mrs. Mary J. White, for some
time. Missionary Society
Meets At Wood ville
The Missionary Society of Wood
ville Baptist Church met Tuesday
afternoon at the church.
The devotional was in charge of
the president, Mrs. Johnnie Bray.
The topic for the month, "The Ital
ian," was discussed. Quite an in
teresting meeting was held.
Those taking part on the pro
gram were Mrs. Johnnie Bray, Mrs.
J. C. Wilson, and Miss Myrtle Own
ley. Those present were Mrs. Johnnie
Bray, Mary Bray, G. W. Gregory,
Mrs. Henry Swayne, Mrs. Rupert
Stanton, Mrs. Edward Gregory, Mrs.
Walter Wood, Mrs. T. C. White, Sr.,
Mrs. J. C. Wilson, Mrs. Matthews,
Mrs. W. A. Hoggard, Mrs. M. R.
Griffin, Mrs. H. C. West, Mrs. Ar
thur Bogue, Misses Beulah Bogue
and Myrtle Ownley. ,
Vice Always Hiding
Vice knows she's ugly, so puts on
her mask. Benjamin Franklin.
By HELEN MORGAN
The Vacation Bible School is off
to a good start, there were 84 en
rolled Tuesday (second day), Every
one of the 84 ia busy doing some-
thmg.during 5the twornd ene-half
hourf JHie; schdW is in tessioa. Tbe
eoinTOeneement eliereise will .Be Sun
day night June 27, the public ia in
vited t WenL; At the commence
ment exercise a demonstration of at
least a part of the work done dur
ing the tw6 weeks will be given.
The Junior Choir made its first
appearance Sunday night under the
directorship of . Miss Eliaabeth Pop
lin, many compliments have been
paid both the-choir and Miss Poplin.
The Junior Choir will sing again
next Sunday night Come and hear
them. ; r
The Associational B. T, V. Con
vention -will meet with the Hertford
I Baptist Church Thursday June 24,
there will be two sessions of the
convention instead of three as here
to-fore. - Three p. M. and 8:00 P.
M, the doors are open and a wel
come extended to all who will attend
this convention. " ' -
' Two large eonirrerations attended
the. services last Sunday and more
Interest than usual is bsk? maai--.
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Warren William, Karen Morley
)n "outcast" on Wednesday (Pnze
Increase Ii Number
Of Tourists Passing
A large increase in the number of
automobile tourists traveling to and
through Hertford this summer, is
indicated in the announcement made
today by J. E. Winsiow and E. L.
Winsiow, of the Winsiow Oil Co.,
Shell distributors in Hertford and
vicinity, that Shell Union Oil Cor
poration will furnish free tourist ac
commodation directories to automo
bile travelers this year, containing
complete information on all tourist
cottages and trailer camps on high
ways leading into Hertford.
It is expected that several hund
red thousand copies of these direc
tories will be distributed by the
Shell Touring Bureau to motoring
vacationists from every state in the
The directories are pocket size,
and were compiled during the past
three months by a squad of investi
gators who covered every main-traveled
highway in the country. Prices,
types of .facilities available, exact lo
cations, sizes and types of accommo
dations, and other . information of
value to tourists are all listed.
The Shell accommodation guides
are said to be the only directories of
this .kind available and will be given
out by travel agencies and Shell ser
According to the announcement,
the accommodation guides are one
of three new exclusive features be
ing introduced by the Shell Touring
Bureau, Radio City, New York, this
summer, to promote automobile tra
vel in this section of the country.
'History Tips" books, listing near
by points of historical interest, and
"Tour Tips" guide-books, describing
pleasure resorts, parks and scenic
views, will likewise be distributed
free to motorists at Shell service
stations. The "Tour Tips" books
also include the dates and places of
all celebrations sports events, fairs
and festivals that will take place
near here this summer and next fall.
The Shell Touring Bureau main
tains three central offices, in New
York City, St. Louis, and San Fran
cisco, to answer mail inquiries for
touring and routing information. Its
services are available free to car
drivers with no obligation. The pur
pose of the Bureau is ..to promote
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS
The Winfall-Cedar Grove Mission
ary Society met with Mrs. David
Trueblood at her home at Winfall
Tuesday evening. The devotional
was conducted by Mrs. J, I. Nixon.
An interesting program was enjoyed
with Mrs. J. V. Roache, Mrs. J. L.
Delaney and Miss" E. N. Miller tak
ing part Mrs. Miller presented
Mrs. Trueblood served ' delicious
ice cream and cake to the- following
members: Mesdames W. G. Hollowell,
E. N. Miller, J. V. Roache, J. R.
Roach, J. L. Nixon, J. H. Baker, W.
W. Trueblood, A. R. Winsiow, Sr J.
L. Delaney, Haywood Proctor, D. L.
Barber, Emma Hendrix, J. S. Leigh,
Claude White, J. WV Nowell, D. T.
Stallings and D. R. Troebtood
-.v- CIRCLE MEETING K ' -
! The Young Woman's Circle of the
Missionary Stdtttr'PmitsiNk.ti Miss
Gladys Ward at- her home, at Win
fall Tuesday night The devotional
was a responsive reading. Those
taking part in the program were:
Miss Myrtle Umphlett, Mrs. Bill
Bagleyr Mrs. A. R. Winsiow, Jr.,
Mrs. W. H. Mathews, ; Mrs. Jesse
Stanton, and Miss Mary "Elizabeth
White. The hostess served delicious
ice cream and cake to the following:
Mrs. '.Jesse Stenton, Mrs W. H.
Mathews, Mm A.' R. Winsiow, Jr,
Mrs. Leonard Winsiow, Mm. -Bill
Bagley, Mrs. George Jackson, Miss
Myrtle Umphlett, Miss Gladys Ward,
Miss Bessie J. Ward, and Miss Mary
Elisabeth White, ' :---:f I't-
' WKNrS ROAST AT VTZXCd
Miss jMsie Baker, of .Will, en
tertained a few of her frio-Js.at a
weLier roast Thursday evei-Ing, the
oee'z'.r t '? her eiztht
and Lewis Stone who will be shown
Night) at the State Theatre.
where games were played, after
which they roasted weinera. The
guests then returned to the home of
cneir hostess, where they were
served lemonade and cake by Miss
Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Baker. The guests included Misses
Jessie and Gertrude Baker, Minnie
Shirley Umphlett, Helen Morgan,
Daisy Proctor and Gladys Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Bagley, John Bissette
and Raleigh Minton, of Elizabeth
City, and Vick Stallings.
LIEUT. CRAWFORD VISITS
HIS MOTHER IN HERTFORD
Lieut, William Riddick Crawford,
who was graduated from West Point
this week, is at home with his moth
er, Mrs. L. R. Crawford, for a visit.
Mrs. Crawford and her daughter
Mrs. Arthur R. Woods, Jr., of Phil
adelphia, who is visiting her mothei
here, attended the graduating exer
cizes and "were guests of Col. anc
Mrs. S. Benj. Arnold, at Garrison, N
Y.. for several days.
Lieut Crawford is the son of thr
late Capt Louis R. Crawford, of the
U. S. Air Corps.
Explanation for Fairy. Rings
Nature Magazine says that the
circular formation of fairy rings
is assumed by a number of differ
ent varieties of fungus. A single
spore may start the ring. The spawn
spreads outward in all directions
under the soil The center eventual
ly dies from lack of nutriment and
the circle continues to widen on the
outer side, as fresh soil nourishes
Miss Edna D'Orsey has returned tc
her home in Washington, D. C, aftei
a pleasant visit with her sister, Mist
Waverley D'Orsey. She was accom
pained home for a visit by Misser
Hilda Hobbs of Hertford and Waver
Misses Ruth R. Wilson and Louise
Wilson were visitors in Elizabeth
Mrs. Ralph Mercer and Mrs. Ed
ward Gregory were guests of Mrs.
George Gregory Tuesday.
'Mrs. M. R. Griffin and Mrs. Wal
ter Wood, of Wood ville were in
Elizabeth City Tuesday.
Mrs. Cecil Garrett and baby were
guests of Mrs. Daisy Perry Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Perry and Miss
Dorothy Perry spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ale
xander. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alexander were
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in Elisabeth City Friday. - -
Mrs. John Symone made a business
trip to Elisabeth City . Friday.
Mrs. Daisy Perry and Mrs. J. C
Wilson were visitors in Elizabeth f
Mrs! Ruth' Bobbins of . Elizabeth
City, spent Sunday with her parents,
mr. ana .jars, w, w. Lewis.
Mrs. Arthur Bogue and Miss Beu
lah Bogue were in Elizabeth City
Monday. ' ' ,
Mrs. J. P. Elliott had as her din
ner guests Sunday Mr., and Mrs. Tho
mas White of Winfall ind Miss Lo
nise Wilson. . . .
Mrs. Henry Elliott spent Tuesday
with her mother, near Elizabeth
Tim Trueblood, spent Sunday in
Norfolk, Va., with friends.
IS DUAL AXE SLAYER, SAYS
. (Continued from Page, One)
The Sheriff got his confession
Monday. Felton or White, admitted
that he killed the man, Willie, whose
last name he did not know. B
tapped him on the head with an ax
ne saia. alter they had had sonv
trouble over the divisions of th
spoils in a skin game. He took
32-20 revolver off the body of Willi
and sold it he said.
He explained to the Sheriff hi
reason for. killing Hattie Simpson.
also. Hattie knew too much. She
knew about Willie. James had told
her about that Moreover, after
they had the trouble, James and
Hattie, Hattie had threatened to tell
After the little affair with Willie
James says he shot another man, a
white man, but he doesn't know
whether the man died or not This
happened on the road between Jens--ins'
Bridge, Va., and Pocomoke Cfty.l
Md, He was merely holding up this
man, doing a little highway robbery
job, when he shot him. He says he
didn't get any money. The man
J I MAJESTIC 1 I
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M . DURING QUE SPECIAL SALE JUNE Si . 28
B ' Ift at bride liM uaiafto bat. Thtft wfcht g-wl tiif 'l-tff I
R tc nmt to Mut in rid with t w na$ iw tH.lt ant chmaiui ' I
tfaiaik (HH Now bnmr Nw - Ct with baktltt koobl, art , I
9 qwltl7. Eur Mra andsbl. - tjm' Black boanaw tnt tmUJ
Oyrum ESardnare Go.
"Everything la Hardware and Supplies"
C0r. in ! SEE ACTUAL PROOT
that Meter Miser Savings pay for a
TrigidaiM and Pay you a Profit Besides.'
1 . ,- i-
$175,001- i .
''7 '.9i;-''Sf " "i
dldnt have any. He further told t
Sheriff , that, though the man f
when he shot him; he didn't kjiov
whether he died or not ,
.? Whether - or not the killer, who is
81 years old, will be taken to Vir
ginia for trial, has not yetbeen as
certained. k h? 'ft t. V w ,j . ,
Sale of Valuable Property
By virtue of a Mortgage Deed ex
ecuted to me by L. Felton Hunter
for- certain purposes therein men
tioned . which said Mortgage .-Deed
Dears oate May 7, 1827, and Is re
gistered in the office of the Regie
ter of Dees oT Perquimans Counftr
in Book 16, Page U73, 1 shall on July .
18, 1937, at 12 'o'clock noon offer fon. ,
sale at Public Auction, for cash, at
the Court HftllBA Annr in TtarttnrA T-
N. C, the property conveyed Wme
In said Mortgage:
One house and lot in the Town of
Hertford, Hertford Township, Per
quimans County, N. C, described as
follows: Beginning on Market street
in the Town of Hertford at G. 13. 1
Chance Estate lot and running thence '
westerly along said street 48.3 feet, ,
thence southerly 100 feet to a lot -belonging
to one Alford, thence east
erly 48 feet to G. H. Chance Es
tate tot thence northerly along said v
Chances line fb the place of the be
ginning, being lot of land this day
conveying to the said L. Felton Hun
ter, by E. Leigh Winsiow and J. E.
Winsiow, trading as the Hertford
Wholesale Company. See said deed '
for further description.
This, the 17th day of June, 1937.
- S. M. WHEDBEE, Trustee.
June 18 26 July 2 9 ('
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