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THls PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD. N. C. FRIDAY, JULY SO, 1937
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At Ocean View,
Mrs. W. H. Elliott. Miss Iris El
liott and Raleigh Lee Byrum, of
Chapanoke, motored to Ocean View
Sunday and spent the day.
Mrs. C. A. Davenport and her son,
Carlton, spent Tuesday at Mackeys,
visiting Mrs. W. S. Davenport.
Danny Hitchcock has returned to
his home at Marion after a visit to
Miss Frances Fowler.
Mrs. Walter H. Oakey, Jr., spent
Tuesday at Plymouth, visiting her
sister, Mrs. Lloyd Horton.
At Nags Head
Mrs. Charles Whedbee, Mrs. R. M
Fowler, Miss Frances Fowler and
Danny Hitchcock, of Marion, spent
several days last week at the Whed
bee cottage at Nags Head.
Returns From Nags Head
Mrs. W. F. C. Edwards returned
Monday from Nags Head, where she
spent a week.
Mrs. W. J. Smith, of Oriental, was
a recent guest of her sister, Mrs,
W. M. Morgan.
Visiting at Pendleton
Miss Marguerite Ward is visiting
her cousin, Miss Foy Stephenson, at
At NagB Head
Mrs. J. S. Vick is spending some
time at Nags Head.
Billy Johns has returned to his
home in Chicago after a visit in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Know
les. To Teach at Williamston
Miss Dorcas Knowles, who was
graduated from Greensboro College
in June, will be a member of the
Williamston school faculty this year.
Newport News Visitor
Dozier Sutton, of Newport News,
was the week-end guest of his pa
rents, Mrs and Mr.. R. L. Sutton.
Returns From Summer School
Miss Carolyn Riddick has returned
from E. C. T. C, where she attended
Visited Family ,
R. A. White, who w.orks in Weldon
was at home for the week-end with
West Virginia Visitor
Mrs. Annie Robinson, of Charles
town, West Virginia, was the guest
of Mrs. R. M. Riddick last week.
" Returns Home
Anne Bullock has returned to her
home at Creedmoor, after a visit to
Helen Mae White.
At Chapel Hill
Robert Riddick left Wednesday to
attend summer school at the Univer
sity of North Carolina.
Mrs. J. L. Dozier, former Hertford
resident, who now lives in Raleigh,
is the guest of her son, Corbin Doz-ier.
At Nags Head
Henry Stokes, Jr., and William
White spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Mrs. A. C. Shannonhouse, of Eliz
abeth City, spent Monday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Step
Bell Arthur Visitor
Mrs. S. F." Pollard, of Bell Arthur,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Riddick.
R. D. Elliott, Jr., of Ahoskie, was
the guest of his mother, Mrs. R. D.
Elliott, on Sunday.
Richard Futrell, Jr., of Rich
Square, is the guest of his grand
mother, Mrs. R. D. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Johnson were
among the Hertford people who at
tended the Lost Colony historical
pageant at Fort Raleigh on Sunday
Hon. .Clyde R. Hoey, Governor of
North Carolina, stopped in Hertford
for a brief visit on Thursday. The
Governor, who was on his way to
Fort Raleigh to take part in the
celebration of North Carolina Day,
chatted for some time with friends in
Roberson's Drug Store, on the corn
er. From Chapanoke
Mrs. W. H. Elliott and her little
daughter, Patricia Anne, of Chapa
noke, were in Hertford on Monday.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitely and W.
F. C. Edwards spent several days
this week at Nags Head.
SOCIETIES MEET AT MT. SINAI
The G. A. and R. A. Societies of
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church enjoyed a
weined roast at Billy's Beach on
Friday afternoon. Those attending
were: Mr. and Mrs.-W. D. Rogerson,
Mrs. E. U. Morgan, Mrs. Effie Mill
er, Misses Mary Elizabeth White,
Katherine and Esther Perry, Louise
and Eula Mae Morgan, Margaret
Tadlock, Katherine Smith, Audrey
and Ethel Lane, Frances Rogerson,
and Celesta Godwin, George Lee
Simpson of Suffolk, George M. White,
Benton White, Leroy Smith, Ho
ward and Harold Hurdle, Bill, Glenn,
Thomas and Earl Elliott Rogerson,
Ernest Elliott Morgan, Lawrence and
Ervin Perry, Elsberry Whedbee, Lin
wood, Winfred and Calvin Lane.
Quietude to Be Desired
"Quietude is to be desired," said
Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown. "He
who remains silent must- think or
sleep, and either is beneficial."
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. It has been said that beverages are
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when there are unexpected guests. It
It true that most anyone can serve
old lemonade, hot chocolate, iced tea,
or iced coffee, but the smart hostess is
the one who has a list of new and in
teresting beverages in her recipe file
that will delight her guests, rather than
just please them.
Grape juice is one of the most versa
tile of the natural fruit beverages, and
from it many delicious drinks can be
made. (Served plain or in combination
with other beveiea. it nutia
lar year round drink. Because of the
richness t grape juice, it wity permit
diluting end thus reduces the propor
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With the approach of the summer
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supply of bottled beverages, partien
larly grape juice, so that you will be
well prepared to make any of the de
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Perhaps the combination of ginger
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But it is still as good as the first day
these two popular , beverages were
blended. Combining equal parts of
chilled grape juice and gingerale results
in a most delicious and refreshing
- Iced tea has always been' a popular
summer drink, but ooeeaa grow-tired
of it if served too often. Here is a
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Grape Iced Tea
3 teeepoon tea.
3 cupe boiling water.
2 cupe pure grape juice.
4 t&bieepoone eugar.
Juice of two lemonel
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' Jt fooelwiMineiiil
Mrs. C. B. White ia visiting her
sons, . Leigh and Roscoe White at
Norfolk.51 ; . - '
, Misses Esther andwKatherine Perry
and Bryant Miller and Howard Hur
dle visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl God-
lwin At Belgrade aw,day,e.ve,ning.
'yttsX O.' I Codwfo and - Mrs. Su-
&an."Etheridge visited. Mrs. George
Rpach Friday afternoon.
Mr. and' Mrs. ,-Kermit. Perry, of
Rocky Hock, spent jthe week-end with
Mr. and Mrs,. ;Kennith! Miller.
Mrs. Frank Hopkin of Norfolk, Mr.
and Mrs. T. ' E. Madre and son, Cla
rence Thomas, of near -Hertford,
visited Mrs. Effie Miller, Sunday
evening! , X r
Mtaf Harvey Stellings spent, last
Wednesday With'her'parents, Mri "arid
Mrs. David Miller. , - . '
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Chappell and
son, Herman, Jr., of Norfolk, visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Thomas Phillips and Edward Gos
horn of Washington, D. C, spent the
week-end with Thomas' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Phillips.
Misses Evelyn Long and Marjorie
Proctor, left Monday for Raleigh to
spend a week at the State College to
attend a 4-H Club short course.
Mrs. Lucius Butt and children,
Mary Lou, Calvin and Joseph, return
ed to their home at New Hope Sun
day, after a visit of a few days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mrs. Fannie Corpew is very sick
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
C. R. Chappell.
J. H. Mansfield and children, Ruth
and James, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ward and little daughter, Kathryn
Ann, spent Sunday at Washington,
N. C, with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Miss Lucille Long, who is attend
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Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Parrish, of Bal
lahack, visited Mr.: and Mrsr C. Hi '
'Mr." and MrsiKarmer Williams of
Englehard, are visiting friends and
Miss Thelma Goodwin, of Rocky
Hock is. visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. W. C, Perry. v
.. Edgar Long has returned from
Raleigh where : he attended the
Young Tar Heel Farmers Convention
at the State College last week. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Proctor and
children, Thomas and Elizabeth, of
near Yeopim Station, visited Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Proctor Sunday afternoon.
. BETHEL CLUB MEETS
; The-' Bethel Home ' Demonstration
Club met Friday afternoon at the
school house -with. Mrs. J. J. Phillips
and Mrs. Ennis Phillips as hostess
es. Plans were made for the county
picnic August 11 and Miss Sarah
Carlisle gave a demonstration on
grooming. A contest was given with -Mrs.
J. M. Fleetwood winning the
prize. The hostesses served lemon
ade and cookies.
Those present were Mesdames W.
D. Perry, J. M. Fleetwood, M. T.
Griffin, Mary Hayman, E. J. Proc
tor, C. H. Ward, C. T. Phillips, W.
P. Long, J. B. Basnight, Reuben
Stallings, E. L. ttoodwin, Winston
Lane, Talmadge Stallings, R. S.
Chappell,' Leroy Goodwin, L. A.
Proctor, Seth W. Long, Mary Cof
field, Billie White, J. J. Phillips, En
nis Phillips, Misses Gertie Chappell,
Sarah Carlisle, Blanche Goodwin,
Evelyn Long, Fannie Mae Coffleld,
Frances and Katheryn Fleetwood,
Virginia Umphlett and Marjorie
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