PAGE EIGHT THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, FORD, N. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1938 V - Visited Sutton Family lr.' and Mrs. R. ' L. Sutton their little eon, Bobby, News, ;Va and Mr; and Mrs. Ken worthy, of Norfolk, Va.; spent the week-end with -Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sutton, in Hertford. of Edenton Visitors Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Griffin, Ronton,, visited Mr. end Mrs. Chas. ohhsbn, on Sunday. ' the spring holidays with her parents, d ' Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newby. n9 WanmAFf Viauue oruin m b Claude Brinn, who is a student at Louisburg College, spent the - spring: holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosser Brinn. Mr. and Mrs. Cope land Improve L. J. Copeland was receiving the congratulations of his friends on Monday, when he appeared down town for the first time in several weeks. Mr. Copeland was sick for about four weeks. Mrs. Copeland, who has been sick for more than ten weeks, is slowly improving. Mr. Overman in Town J. S. Overman, aged Winfall resi dent, was in town on Monday. Mr. Overman has been very feeble re cently, y Miss Newby at Home Miss Prue Newby, who is a student at E. C. T. C, Greenville, is spending Return to St. Pauls Mrs. W. A. Felton, who had; spent a couple or weeks with ner. daughter, Mrs. Henry Clay Stokes, left Sunday for her home at St. Pauls. Mr. Felton and Miss Gladys Felton were also here for the week-end. Dr. and Mrs. Skinner Here Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Skinner have returned to their home at Washing ton, D. C, after spending sometime at their country home, "Cove Grove," in Old Neck. Sunday at New Hope Mr. and Mrs. J. A. White and their two children spent Sunday with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Minnie Perry, at New Hope. dent at E. C. X. C, GreenyiMV k spending the, spring holidays with her parents,. Mr. and. Mrs. C. M. HarrelL . " Henry Stoke at Home " Henry Stokes, who is a student at Louisburg College, spent- the spring holidays with his T 'enta. Mr. and Mrs. H- C. Stokes. - Return to Washington J,' H. Long and T. A. Long, who were called here, ty the fatal illness of their father, 'Thomas J. Long, have returned to their homes in Washington, D. C. , ton,' after spending ten days at the Skinner country home in Old Nfeck. She was joined here by.Mn. Skinner, who has been on a trip in the South. Over the week-end they had as their guests Dr. S. R. Collins, of North Carolina State College, and . Mrs. Collins, and Dr.. Neil Rigler,of the University of Nbrth Carolina, and Mrs. Rigler. t- ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Thach Here 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thach, of Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with Mr. and -Mrs. B. W. Thach. SEE Miss Barrel! at Home Miss Joyce Harrell, who is a stu- fm " l yZS WAMONO (y 000 Utf'fL 111 5l QLOBIFIES TIE UODERR BRIM TERMS TO SUIT YOVI DIAMOND 'I I duct U 1 w An enchanting combination witho fine solitaire dia-. tnond, plm 13 smaller diamonds. . Perfectly matched modem mountings ofyellowgold.An . outstanding value! CARMEN'S JEWELERS EDENTON, N. C U.PIAMI.4D "DIVOTID" 11 ?50 VSmh. Ytllew M'J I will offer for sale for cash to the highest bidder, on March 31, 1938, at my home, located one mile south of Chapanoke, Perquimans County, KG: All my , chattel property, consisting , of tractor equipment and mule drawn farm im plements, farm wagons, log wagon,, carts; peanut picker, cultivators, discs and planters of various descriptions, and many other farm tools. Also all livestock, consisting "of good mules, one horse, sixteen (16),head of cattle of which some are good cows to freshen soon, sixty (60) odd head of hogs, corn, and hay and other items a farmer might be interested in. ' mm$M'mm-M Remember date, MarcH 3l.v ; Sale smarts promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. r . , , . In Suffolk ' Mr. and Mrs. W. E, White visited friend jnSuffolk Va;, on SundayV( ' Returns to State College Roy Reed returned' to State Col lege. Raleigh,, on Monday, after spending the ispring-.holiday s with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reed, near Hertford. 1 p: Week-end at Home .Miss' Frances Fowler, who teaches at Marion, was a. at home with her mother, MnvR. M. Fowler, for the week-end. .'M- , , t . Norfolk Visitors ' 1 v Mr.' and Mrs. . B H. Balkince and their daughter, Doris, of Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday .with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thach.' Mrs. Ruth Ballance. f who -nccompanied"them,"r' ii spending sometime in the Thach home. Eldon Window at Home Eldon Winslow,; who is a student at State College, Raleigh, spent the spring holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, R.-Winslow. Miss Stokes at Home Miss Joyce Stokes, who teaches at Comfort, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stokes. Dick Payne at Home reck Payne, a student at State College, returned . to Raleigh, on Monday, after spending the spring holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Payne. Here for Week-end Earl Pierce, of Virginia Beach, Va., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pierce. Mr. Darden Coming Home D. S. Darden, who has spent the past month at Clearwater, Fla., will return home on Sunday. Mrs. Pitt Improves The condition of ; Mrs. W. H. Pitt, who has been quite sick, is improving. Mrs.' Speight Here Mrs. J. W. Speight, of Mocksville, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Nathan Tucker and Mrs. Thomas Nixon. Visitor Here, Monday Mrs. J. J. Riddict of Gatesville, visited her daughter; 'Miss Evelyn Riddick, on Monday. ; Miss Stephens; at Home Miss Patricia Stephens, who is a student of Atlantic Christain College, at Wilson, is spending the spnng holidays with her , parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stephens.' -. , a ''''' " V- Shopping in Town Wednesday Mrs. Noah Felton, of Beech Spring, and .her daughter, Miss Mary Alice Felton, who is a student at E. C. T. C, Greenville, and .who is at home for the spring holidays, were in town on Wednesday. . Visited Mr. and Mrs. Jessup Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Kirby, of Portsmouth, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Miles Brite, of Elizabeth City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jessup. ,.' , Raleigh Visitors r Mr. and Mrs. Owen Morgan and family, of Raleigh, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hefren. Mrs. Lattimore Here Mrs. G. F. Lattimore, Of Kings Mountain, is with her mother, Mrs. R. T. White, having been called by the serious condition of her grand mother, Mrs. Harriett Layden. Mrs. Banks Here airs. F. A. Banks, of Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. John Smith. Week-end at Home Miss Emma Felton, who is teacher of home economics in the Columbia School, was at home with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Felton. . over the week-end. ' . , . , Mr. White Improves K. Q. White, manager of Winslow White Motor Co., who has been sick for the past three weeks with an at tack of flu, is still confined to his home in the Bagleys Swamp common ity.- . ipr y0 , i Mr. Jordan Sick William B. (Bill) Jordan, Hertford barber, has been absent from, his shop for the past ten days because of illness. The latest . news from Mr. Jordan, who has had flu, Indicates that he is much improved. - ? - Mrs. Everett Imrrovinr v Mrs. J E. Everett has been very sick for the past ten days. Her con dition on Wednesday' was reported as much improved. ' Visiting at Alberta, Va. Mrs. Meade Flynn and her little son, Meade, Jr., left Tuesday for their home at, Alberta, Va., after visit to Mrs. Flynn's i z'.l r. Mrs, Lyman "Shepherd, p. .11;. Chepherd accompanied her daughter home for a short visit . . .' - Henry Clay Stokes Clck - Henry XHay Stokes, of Church Street, is on the sick lLt this week, 'Red Spring V: " s Mr. and1 Mrs. C.:? I'illlps, of Red Springs, will rri 9 Friday to spend the week-end wi 'i I'rs. Phil lips' parents. Cant, r 1 Z'.is. C. G. Stephens. ,,,- ' ' Dick Payne Dick Payne has r College, Raleigh, w dent, after spendin. days with his pare E. E. Payne. v: ? Ctate 7M Ml ' , 'mi r IFOR MTSOil'S FuOVEtl FERMER l7ac!::ase,7;.ik!UJ.C. f DuranU Neck Visitors Mrs. C. W. Griffin and Mrs. S. T. Perry, of Durante Neck, were in town on Tuesday. Miss Hamrick at Home Miss Gladys Hamrick is spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamrick, at Kings Mountains.. v ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. J. XbRoherson , was hostess to the members of her bridge club on Tuesday night at her home on front Street Spirea and yellow daffodils were used to decorate the room where two tables were arranged. The hostess served a dainty ice course after sev eral rubbers of bridge. The prize for top score was awarded to Mrs. J. O. Felton. Those present were Mesdames K. M. Riddick, Wallace Umphlett, Her man Winslow, J. W. Zachary. J. O. Felton, V. N. Darden and Misses Kate Blanchard and Anne Wilson. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Mrs. John Caddy entertained a number of the friends .of Mrs.. J. A. Caddy on Friday evening, in celebra tion of her twenty-first birthday. The honoree received many pretty gifts. Ice cream and cake were served. Those present included Mrs. J. A. Caddy. Mrs, Humphries, Mrs. J. V.! Halsey, Mrs. Pearl Chappell, Mrs. Roxanna Chappell, Mrs. A. M. Barnes, Mrs. Rosa Howell, , Mrs. W. B. Belch, Mrs. D. W. Lowe, Mrs. An nie White, Mrs. Dallas White, Mrs. Carrie Splvey, Mrs. Maude Copeland, Mrs. Lucy Elliott, Mrs. R. K. Lane, Mrs. Henry' Belch, Mrs.; Thillard Baker, Mrs. John Caddy, and Misses Helen Chappell, Frances Boyce and Sarah Baker. STATE :T:C0 EflTQIT HERTFORD, N. C. CAROLINA'S FINEST THEATRE Friday, March, 25-.- , WILLIAM POWELL and ANNABELLA 11KESS Atip THE CUTLER" " ' ALSO COMEDY. ACT AND NEWS w ' v Saturday, March 26Show Opens at 1:80 r " F TI f 5- wl v.awwam4:v''::' r.!rreba tlunt. "ALSO DICK TRACY No! 14 CARTOON Monday and Tuesday, March 28 29 ALSO ACT AND NEWS L Wednesday, March 80 IKE TC"ni laAYI V ' I. - Also Comedr and Act i Thursday, March 81 " St -1 ,... 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