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. owniey uarris, or winston-f Miss Elisabeth Knowles has re
Satan, was a recent guest of Mrs. J. turned from Tarboro,' where she
Mrs. Church Returns
Mrs. R. G. Church has returned
from an extended visit to her son,
-R. G. Church, at St. Louis.
-Mr, and Mrs. Holm Return
Ulnnd r w ui,
.called to Farmville sometime
miiiiilsn Hi nin tiinaaa of m
Hnrt 1... .foj km'i
The condition of the elder Mrs. Hoi
Jnea which was extremely grave for
- severa days with no hope held out
by , physicians for her recovery, is
- mu$h improved.
Mrs. Lerdley and Betty Return
Mrs. E. W. Lordley and her daugh
ter, Betty, who have spent the past
two months m Richmond, Va., return
ed home this week.
R. A. White, who holds a posistion
In Weldon, spent the week-end with
his family in Hertford,
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HERTFORD, N. C.
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1 Returns From Tarboro
visited Miss Vera Keech.
I West Virginia
Mrs. Clyde McCallum is visiting
! friends at Huntington, W. Va,
i Visited in Wilson
Miss Dorothy Stephens spent the
1 week-end at Wilson, where she at
J tended " J?0
, At Virginia Beach
Miss Dorothy Elliott spent the
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weweuu he Virginia Deacn.
Thomasine Ward, of Ryland, is the
guest of Miss Margurite Ward this
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Chappell spent
Sunday at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCallum,
of Henderson, spent the week-end at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mc
Returning to Baltimore
Miss Katherine Stephens, who has
spent the past month with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stephens,
will leave Sunday for Baltimore,
where she will resume her duties as
Student nurse in the University of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ainsley, Mr.
and Mrs. Crafton Mathews, Miss
Hazel Ainsley, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Willie Ainsley, of Eliza
beth City, spent Sunday in Colum
bia. Accepts Position in Elkin
Miss Edna Ruth Cannon, who has
been visiting her sister Mrs. Frank
Gilliam, at Elkin,' has accepted a po
sition there. She was at home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elma Can
non, for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Gilliam were also here.
Mrs. J. W. Zachery and her daugh
ter, Nancy, are visiting relatives at
Winston-Salem, Yadkinville and
Booneville. They will be away for
about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Jernigan Here
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Jernigan, of
Elizabeth City, visited Mrs. White's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving White,
Visited at Aulander
Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward and fam
ily spent Sunday at Aulander, visit
ing Mrs. C. R. Cooke.
Mrs. V. N. Darden and her daugh
ter, Florence, are in Greensboro,
visiting Mrs. Darden's sister, Mrs,
W. L. McClamroch.
Visiting Mrs. Koonce
E. G. McMullan and his daughter,
Edwina, are guests of Mr. McMul
lan's sister, Mrs. B. G. Koonce.
Return From New York'
Misses Mattie Butler and Edna
Layden, Jim Layden and Roy Bass
have returned from a trip to New
York City and other points north.
At Home for Week-end
Preston White, of Norfolk, spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving White.
Visited Old Town
Rev. Z. V. Roberson, Mrs. Rober-
son and their son, John, of Roanoke,
Va., who are staying at Camp Per-!
quimans, in Old Neck, accompanied
bv Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Roberson and
their two daughters, Spivey and
Alice, visited North Carolina's oldest
town, Bath, last Sunday and attend
ed services at the old church there.
To Teach at Williamston
Miss Dorothy Elliott will go to
Williamston next week to begin her
work as teacher.
Visiting in Norfolk
Miss Marion Raper is visiting
friends and relatives in Norfolk and
Ocean View this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fields and
and Miss Jeannette Fields attended
the pageant-drama at Fort Raleigh
on Friday night.
Mrs. Perrp in New York
Mrs. J. P. Perry left Friday to
visit her daughter, Mrs. Nat White,
in New York City. Mrs. White, who
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QUKIAfia WE2SLY. CSSTTOSa
her mother borne, ' ,v ,
spent Day at Beach
. Mrs. Nathan Kelie and.ner daagn
ter, Miss Mary Onella- Relfe, spent
Sunday at Nags Head,
visiting in -new jersey . accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jordan,
Mrs. G. R. Tucker, accompanied by ( went to Nags Head on Saturday and
her son, Reggie, left Friday, for Ro-f attended the pageant-drama "The
eelle, N. J., where they are visiting ( Lost Colony," at Roanoke- Island.
Mrs. Tucker's brother and sister-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Monds.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson and
their daughter, Miss Frances Wilson,
and Elbert Jackson, Jr- of Norfolk,
Va.. spent the week-end with Mrs.
P. H. Small.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Winslow and
their son, Hillary, were week-ena
guests foI Mr.land'J4rs. K H. New
bold at their Nags Head Cottage.
At Black Mountain
Miss Katherine Winslow is spend
ing some time at ; Black Mountain,
visitine her grandparents, Mr. ana
Mrs. E. L. Pemberton, at their sum
Visited in Portsmouth
Miss Margaret Chappell was a re
cent guest of Miss Dalton Strange,
at the home of Bltsrl and Mrs. D. S.
Dempsey, in Portsmontn, va.
Miss Jordan at uome
Miss Martha Elizabeth Jordan,
who holds a position in NonoiK,
spent the week-end with her mother,
Mrs. R. S. Jordan.
M;n. Tti Barber, of Wilmington,
spent last week with her niece, Mrs.
R. A. White.
Visited at Manteo
Miss Hilda Knowles has returned
from Manteo, where she spent the
week with Miss Doris Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Lattimore and
their son. George, have returneu w
their home at Kings Mountain after
visit to Mrs. Lattimore's motner,
Mrs. R. T. White.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mciunau, i
Washington, D. C, who have been
visiting Mrs. McMullan's relatives at
Monroe, stopped pver jor a or.Ci
visit to Mrs. B. G. Koonce when they
passed through Hertford on Friday
on their way to Nags Head.
Shelton White Returns
Shelton White has returned to Ra
leigh, where he holds a position,
after a visit to his mother, Mrs. R.
Mrs. S. L. Morgan went to Eliz
abeth City on Saturday afternoon to
attend the funeral services of her
step-mother, Mrs. Margaret Anne
Wood who died on Friday at her
home in Elizabeth City.
Misses Carol and Elizabeth Ho
ward, of St. Pauls, are guests of
their sister, Mrs. Oscar Felton.
Mr. and Mrs. Sparks Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sparks and
Miss Mildred Gardner, of Pine Tops,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Visiting Mre, Nixon
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Umphlett, of
Hopewell, Va., spent the week-end
with Mrs. Nixon's mother, Mrs. T.
J. Nixon, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skinner, of
Statesville, are spending this week
with Mrs. Skinner's mother, Mrs. T.
J. Nixon, Sr.
At Nags Head i
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Stephens and
family spent Sunday at Nags Head
and attended the pageant-drama,
"The Lost Colony", on Sunday night
Return From Winston-Salem
Miss Ruby Keaton, Mrs. Fred Mat
hews and Fred Mathews, Jr., have
returned from Winston-Salem, where
they visited their uncle,' the Rev. T.
Return From New York f
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. White and
their little son "Nookie" have return
ed from a trip to New i York. Mr&
White's mother, Mrs. Mtanie Perry,
of New Hope, who accompanied them
is spending some time In the city.
Mrs. Blanchard Returns ;
Mrs. Mamie Blanchard t returned
Friday night from her vacation. Mrs.
Blanchard spent some time at Nags
Head and attended the pageant-dra-ma
at Fort' Raleigh; and, also visited
friends in the country and relatives
in Elizabeth City. ' -
of Service to You,
-feV C.. FRIDAY AUGUST 27,
Mra. p. j. Johnson had as recent
; guests her sister, Miss Elisabeth Ed
wards, of Chapel Hill; Miss Chris
tine Hall, of Bahama - and Pauline
j Hayes, , of Jonesboro. . The ; party,
Returns From New York
Simon 'Rutenberg has returned
from New York City where he puri
chased new fall goOds for his store.
Visited Mr. And Mrs. Winslow
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winslow, of
Elizabeth City, and Mr. and Mrs.;
Dempsey Winslow and their two
sons, Gail and Dolden, of Belvidere,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Winslow at their home in the Bag
leys . Swamp community, on Thursr
J. H. Towe and W. W. White (Joe
and Bill) are in Baltimore this week,
attending a meeting of U. S. Tire
and Rubber Company dealers.
Returns From Nags Head
Miss Jocelyn Whedbee returned
last week from Nags Head, where
she spent some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Pollard Here
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pollard, of Bell
Arthur, were week-end guests at the
home of Mrs. Pollard's mother, Mrs.
R. D. Elliott.
Mrs. A. D. Taylor, of Charlotte,
who before her recent marriage was
Miss Anne O'Sullivan, is the guest
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J,
Mrs. J. H. Towe had as week-end
guests her two sisters, Mrs. J. M.
Saunders and Miss Eugenia Davis,
of Portsmouth, Va.
Elbert Jackson, Jr., of Norfolk,
Va., is visiting his grandmother, Mrs.
P. H. Small.
Visiting in Country
Mrs. J. H. Towe, Jr., and her two
children, Joe and Suzanne, are visit-
, ing Mrg Howe's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Pritchard, in the country,
near Elizabeth City, for a few days.
Visited Johnson Family
C. J. Fleetwood and his son and
daughter, Al Fleetwood and Charline
Fleetwood, of Memphis, Tenn., visit
ed Mr. Fleetwood's uncle, Charles
Johnson, on Monday. Accompany
them were Mr. Fleetwood's brother,
Maynard Fleetwood and his family
and his sister, Mrs. M. T. Griffin
and her children, of the Bethel com
munity. Mrs. Sam Broughton Here
Mrs.' Sam-Broughton, of Dunn, vis
ited her aunt, Mrs. Charles Johnson,
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Wednesday, September 1
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