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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD.. N. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1938
Li Dslc .Contest
?crquimans Group Will
Seek State Honors ;
' At Charlotte , ,
i Young musician! of; Perquimans
.made a good showing at the District
festival held at Edenton last Satur
day,: the following winning the priv
ilege of participating la the. State
Music Club ;, Contest to be held in
Charlotte on Apr. 16, Robert Morgan,
of Winfall, in boys unchanged voice;
Zach WhiteS pianist; Anne Tullis
Felton and Zach White, piano duo;
Ben Koonce, pianist
These young people made an aver
age of 85, entitling them to partici
Cation in the contest. The winner
at Charlotte will attend the State
Music Club meeting in Asheville
The following high school students,
members of the Perquimans Glee
I Club, are expected to compete in the
District High School elimination, con
! test to be held in Elizabeth City on
Saturday: Katherine Jeasup, Marie
Anderson, Jack Anderson, soloists;
Anne Tullis Felton, pianist . There
will also be a trio and a chorus, in-
eluding the following: Marie Ander
son, Blanche Moore Berry, Marjory
Buck,' Elizabeth Caddy, : Mary Thad
Chappell, Florence Darden, Nancy
'Darden, Shirley Elliott, Anne Tullis
Felton, Ruth Hollowell, Katherine
Jessup, Nita Newbold, Jeannette
i Perry, Maewood Pierce, Alice Rober-
son, Lila Budd Stephens, Mary Fell da,
Susie Mae Wilson, Ruth Hollowell
od Jack Anderson. i'jsM
Officials Guests Of
Class In Economics
- ' Mrs. T. E. Harrell, teacher of home
economics at the Perquimans High
School, and the girls of her class en
tertained at- luncheon on Monday,
following the meeting of the Board
of . County Commissioners and the
meeting of the Board of Education.
The guests included Messrs. E. M.
Perry, E. D. Mathews, Roy S. Chap
pell, J. C. Baker, John O. White,
- county commissioners; J. W. Ward,
clerk to the. Board; T. S. White, J.
Baker, J. H. Miller, W. E. Dail,
r-Shelton Long, members of the Board
of Education, and Superintendent of
Education, F. T. Johnson.
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They came from as far away as
Brooklyn, N. Y., making a special
trip to see the picture.
Don Francis, of Brooklyn, N. Y., a
brother of Mrs. Julian Ward, of
Edenton, saw the advertisement in
The Perquimans Weekly and made a
special trip down to see the show at
the State, spending the week in
Edenton with his mother, Mrs. B. F.
Grown-ups and children alike were
charmed with the show and there
were crowds at most of the eleven
showings of the lovely fairy story.
As the picture had not been shown
in any of the near-by towns, many
came from Edenton, Windsor, Wil
liamston, Ahoskie and other points.
In the northern hemisphere a
storm always spins in a rotary coun
ter clockwise motion.
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BLOOD TESTED STOCK
Eggs and Baby Chicks
DAN SHARPE, JR.
HERTFORD, N. C
Mrs. T. H. Byrnm visited her
daughter. Mrs. Eugene Jernigan, on
Miss Myrtle Byrum visited Misses
Mary and Venelle Casper Tuesday
Mrs. Raymond Ward was the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. a.
Mrs. T. E. Jernigan, Mr. and Mrs,
Eugene Jernigan and Miss Myrtle
Byrum attended the show in Edenton
Willie Monds ana Mrs. Monds
were gunner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
T. H. Byrum Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Copeland and
son, Carroll, of Edenton, spent Sun
day with Mrs. Copeland's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Byrum.
Mrs. R. 0. Furry visited her
mother, Mrs. Ellen Byrum, in Eden
ton, on Tuesday.
Mrs. Ralnh Goodwin and daughter,
Jane, and Mrs. Willie Byrum tfsited
We nave 'thenl in a variety of newest pat
terns . . . Plains, Stripes, Checks . . . Double or
single brctcd . . . Plain or Sport Backs , . .
ureys, Uiuc3,-itn3, Jtsrowns.
Mrs. J. S. Turner Sunday afternoon.
Peggy, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Turner, has measles.
Mrs. R. 0. Furry spent Friday in
Hertford with her sisters, Mrs. Wins-1
low and Mrs. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lamb and
son, Stacey, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Ellis Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley White, of
Woodland, and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
Parker, of Sunbury, spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Mrs. Willie Byrum and daughter,
Shirley, and Mrs. Willie Lamb and
son spent Thursday with Mrs. Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Taylor and
children, of Edenton, visited Mrs.
Silas Goodwin and Miss Tommie
Coodwin on Sunday afternoon.
R. O. Furry is visiting his people
in the Valley of Virginia.
Mrs. Wilbur Privott visited Mrs.
Elton Jordan Monday afternoon.
Mrs. J. G. White left Friday for
Fayetteville, West Virginia, to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Wiseman.
Mrs. Cameron Boyce attended a
luncheon in Hertford on Friday and
heard Mrs. W. W. Stinemates speak.
Mrs. .Elton Jordan and baby and
Miss Cora Gray have returned from
Boykln, Va., where they visited rela
tives. Mrs. Annie Boyce has returned to
her home near Edenton after a visit
with her sisters, Mrs. L. W. Belch
and Mrs. J. H. Byrum and her
brother, R. H. Goodwin.
Mrs. W. H. Lane spent the week
end in Edenton with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E. B. White spent Saturday
in Richmond, Va.
Miss Lucy Myers White is visiting
Mrs. 0. E. Lane in Elizabeth City.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Smithson and
son, of North Edenton, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lane.
Mrs. Mattie Pailen spent the week
end at Winfall with her father.
Miss Marion White spent Saturday
night in North Edenton with her
sister, Mrs. Rufus Smithson.
Miss Sallie Hollowell, of Edenton,
spent Monday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. E. Hollowell.
Mrs. T. E. Chappell and daugh
ters spent Monday afternoon in
Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Wayne
Hefren, of Hertford, announce the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Sophia Josephine, to Mr.
Samuel Shorey Hollingsworth, of
Washington, D. C, son of Dr. and
Mrs. I. Pemberton P. Hollingsworth,
of West Chester, Pa., to take place
on Saturday,' April 16, at the Rectory
of St. Mathews Church in Washing
ton, D. C.
Big Crowds Come To
See "Snow White"
USED THAT NEW SWIFT'S
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crops, ano more money
SINCE CHANGING TOi
SWIFTS r I LIKE IT.'
Never have so many folks seen
one picture in Hertford as saw
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,"
which ran at the State Theatre on
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
GET THE FACTS first hand!
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Those who have used this Physiologically Neutral
and Non-Acid-Forming Fertilizer can best tell you
.' what you can expect from it. The added plant foods
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