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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, III rTORD, N; d, FRIDAY. JULY 15, 1938
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Milton White, of Greenville, spent
the past week-end here with Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Relfe.
Called to Washington
C. R. Bush, of Durants Nfeck, was
called to his home in Washington,
DrfJbtguise of the illness of his
More to New Home
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Buck have
moved to their new apartment at the
Dome oi Mrs. u. U. Winslow, on
Spend Week-end at GarUxn
Miss Rby Keaton, of near Hert
ford, and Miss Hazel White, of
Whiteston, spent the week-end at
Ctayton with Miss Katherine Britt
Here Monday Afternoon
Mrs. C. E. Pritchard and daugh
ter, Alice, and Miss. Hazel Murphy,
of Crewe, Va., spent Monday after
noon with Mrs. J. T. Towe, Jr.
Rocky Mount Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Newby and
little son, of Rocky Mount, are visit
ay Mr. Newby's mother, Mrs. G. E.
Co To Nogs Head
" Mrs. 'William Mardre and her
daughter, Miss Harriett Frances
Mardre, left Wednesday to spend
some time at Nags Head.
f Attend League Union
Among those from Hertford who
attended the Epworth League Union
in Edenton on Tuesday night were.
iTBases Frances Sharpe, Joyce Stokes,
'Lila -JBudd Stephens, Polly Tucker,
Jesraipte Feilds, Ruth Nachman,
T:3lary Wood Koonce, Sara Ward, and
Tim Brinn, Dan Sharpe, Clark Stokes
and Ewart Watts.
At Nags Head
J. H. Towe spent a few days last
week at Nags Head.
Home from Camp Leach
Miss Betty Winslow returned home
Sunday from Camp Leach, where ehe
has been spending some time.
Little Joe Towe has returned home
after spending the past week-end
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs
C. E. Pritchard, near Elizabeth City,
Home from Trip
Zach White will return home to
day from a trip to Washington, D. C,
Here This Week
R. D. Elliott, Jr., of Ahoskie, is
the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Elliott, this week.
Spending Vacation at Home
Miss Louise DeLaney, who holds a
position at Pahokee, Fla., is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. DeLaney,
near Hertford, for her vacation
At Atlantic City
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Elliott and
children, Billy and Miss Shirley El
liott, are spending this week at
Atlantic City, N. J.
Returns from Nags Head
Miss Florence Darden has returned
home after spending several days at
Nags Head with Miss Anne Felton.
Here for Week-end
Miss Virginia Clark, of Chapel
Hill, was the week-end guest of
Miss NIancy Darden. Miss Clark
was accompanied home by Miss Mary
Thad Chappell and Miss Darden.
Mr. Cox 111
Tom Cox is very ill at his home on
Mrs. Williford at Home
Mrs. C. V. Williford has returned
home after visiting relatives in Suf
Miss Martha Elizabeth Jordan, of
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end as
the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. B.
Visiting at Eastern Shores
Mrs. G. R. Tucker and her son,
Reginald, are visiting at Eastern
Return to Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Broughton and
two children have returned to their
home in Detroit, Mich., after visiting
relatives here. They were accompa
nied home by Milton Dail, Jr., who
will spend some time with them.
Miss Elizabeth Clark, of Wilson
was the guest of Misses Alice Rober
nonnd Ruth Winslow recently.
Return from Chicaro"
. Misses Grace and Dorcas Knowles
Nachman, Society Editor
have returned home after a two
weeks' visit with relatives in Chi
Week-end in Elizabeth City
Miss Ruth Davenport spent the
past week-end in Elizabeth City with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W
Marvin Horton, of Farmville, is
spending the remainder of the sum
mer with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Brinn.
Spends Week-end Here
Miss Benyie Wood, a student at
the Portsmouth School of Beauty
Culture, spent the past week-end
with her mother, Mrs. Ben Wood.
Monday in Norfolk
Misses Frances Fowler and Jessie
Tayloe Newby and Miss Sue Curtis,
of Canton, spent Monday in Nor
Returns from Norfolk
Mrs. R. M. Towe, who has been
spending several days with her moth
er at General Hospital, Norfolk, Va.,
returned home Monday.
Guest of Mrs. Towe
Miss Alice Pritchard, from near
Elizabeth City, was a recent guest of
her sister, Mrs. J. H. Towe, Jr.
Miss Newby Returns
Miss Prue Newby has returned
home after spending several days at
E. C. T. C, Greenville, with Miss
Margaret Jarvis, of Moyock.
In Ahoskie Sunday
Mrs. G. H. Clark, Mrs. Jesse Cam
pen, Sr., and Charles Clark spent
Sunday at Ahoskie with relatives.
They were accompanied home by
Jimmie Clark, who has been visiting
there for several weeks.
Dozier Sutton, of Newport News,
Va., spent the past week-end here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Home for Week-end
T. S. White, Jr., who travels for
the United States Rubber Company,
HERTFORD, N. C.
Friday, July 15
Saturday, July 16 Show Opens 1:30
RAW MEN ON A
ALSO "MYSTERIOUS PILOT"
Monday, Jiy 18
Wednesday, July 20
MATINEE At 3 P. M.
i " im"" ui 1 1 '
11 J H VI I I, IT i ll
' ''" " ' ' - .....
iL poUt youwT Hj I
spent the week-end with hia parents,
Captain and Mrs. T. ,
. '' . Return Home!
Mr. and- Mrs White hrve
returned home after, an extended trip
through the Shenandoah Valley.
Returns to Winston-Salem
Miss Marv Helene Newbv has re
turned to.. Winston-Salem, after
spending a week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. . M. .Newby.
Miss Lois Campen, of Ahoskie, was
a recent visitor of her grandmother,
Mrs. Jesse Campen, Sr.
Week-end at Nags Head
M anA Mva W M . XttAAinr onii
Mm ( CaroiyttddicVetit ' the past
week-end at Nags Head.
Attending House Party
Misses Alice Roberson, Polly Tuck
er, .Anne Felton, Elizabeth Clark, and
Hollowell Nixon and Zach Harris
are attending a house party at Bur
wells Bay, Va., given by Miss Kathe
rine Spivey, of Richmond, Va.
Sunday Gutesti Here
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ives, of Eliza
beth City; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bas
night, of Burgess; Mr. and Mrs. M.
M. Spivey, of New Hope, were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Red Springs Visitor
Mrs. G. M. Phillips, of Red Springs,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Stephens.
'Guests of Miss White
Miss Dot Perry, of New Hope, and
Miss Betty Lordley, of Richmond, Va.,
spent last week as guests of Miss
Helen Mae White.
Week-end at Home
R. A. White, of Newland, spent the
week-end here with his wife.
Week-end in Norfolk
Miss Nettie Lec Gregory spent the
week-end in Norfolk, Va.
Return to Durham
Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Hobbs have re
turned to their home in Durham, after
visiting Mrs. Hobbs -parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Blanchard.
Visiting in New York
Mrs. John Butler and Mrs. J. S.
Vick are visiting Mr and Mrs. T. H.
Kiedanz, in New York City.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Charles vWilliford are
spending this week at .Nags Head.
Miss Frances Fowler spent several
ii 1 1 s I n a i nAt
Tuesday, July 19 , M
W. G Fields1 v
'-1- - with -.y. h -Lionel
Thursday - Friday, July 21-22, :
dayttuj-ecently in Norfolk, Va., with
her " grandmother, Mrs. I J. Cope
land,, who" is a '""patient " in General
Hospital. ' , - - ,
Returns "from Washington
Henry Stokes has returned home
after spending a week in Washing
ton, D. C, with relatives.
Return from Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell have
returned from Nags Head, where
they spent a few days.
Here for Short Visit
Miss Anne Felton, who 'is spend
ing the summer at Nags Head, was
the guest of Miss Florence Darden
for a few days.
' Returns from StfffoMc
Miss Ona Mary Stephens has re
turned from Suffolk, Va., where she
Visiting in Greenville
Miss Pat Edwards is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards, in
Here from Marion
Mrs. A. R. Patten and her little
son, Archie, of Marion, are spending
some time here with Mrs. Patron's
mother, Mrs. P. H. Small.
Miss Dorothy Teague, of Snow
Camp, who has been visiting rela
tives here, has returned home.
Miss Frances Jdnes, of Durham, is
the guest of Mrs. L. E. Schendel.
Miss Swanie Teague, of Burlington,'
has returned home after , spending a
few days with her sister, Mrs. N. J.
Miss Clara Winslow left Friday to
visit her brother, Rev. C. E. Wins
low, in Danville, Va.
Mrs. Neppie Smith is visiting her
son, Rev. W. J. Smith, in Siler City.
Miss Ruby Smith has returned
home after spending some time with
relatives in Danville, Va., end at
Eugene and Winfred Smith motor
ed to Jackson Sunday.
Rev. Percy Trueblood is conduct
ing revival services near Danville,
Mr. and Mrs. L A. Smith and
Josiah visited relatives at Simon's
Creek on Sunday.
Arrow Shirts, all
fancy patterns ......
3 for $5.00
Men's Overalls. Special CQ
for Saturday 'yV
All Summer Suits dj O , Q C up
closing out at. &fVU
Men's cool Summer
and Children's Summer
ALL BATHING SUITS
Many Other Reductions ?
106 YEARS OF SERVICE
"DLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1882
Mr. and Mrs. ,M. M, Dillman have
returned from Illinois,. where they
visited Mr., Dillman's father,
Mr. and Mrs.- L. "N. Simpson, of
Elizabeth City, Spent the week-end
here with relatives, ' " i
Miss Alma Leggett, of Washington,
N. C, spent the week-end here with
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell.
Mrs. Fred Winslow has returned
home after spending a week at the
Atwater Cottage, Virginia Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. A. JR. Winslow and
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hunnicutt,
of Raleigh, spent . the week-end at
Virginia Beach, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Opel White and
daughter, 'Sally. Anne, of Baltimore,
Md., are visiting relatives here.
George Hollowell, Jr., spent last
week with his aunt, Mrs. J. M.
Matthews, near Elizabeth City. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Bailey and
son, Ebert, and Mrs. . Vera Miller, of
Elizabeth City, visited Mrs. W. G.
The Snow Hill-White Hat Home
Demonstration Club met Friday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Elmer
Wood with Mrs. Ralph Harrell as as
sistant hostess. Mrs. Ashby Jordan,
president, Was in charge of the busi
ness session, after which the meeting
was turned over to Mrs. Edward
Benton. Mrs. Benton had prepared a
very interesting program which con
sisted of a reading by Mrs. Elmer
Wood, a poem, "Choices," was given
by Mrs. Vernon Winslow. Mss Elea
nor Jordan read a poem, "A Boy and
a Pike." A contest, "Cake Sale"
caused much merriment.
Miss 'Gladys Hamrick, home agent,
gave a demonstration on cutting- and
fitting a pattern, a dress being cut
for Mrs. Earl Russell to make the
The hostesses served ice cold Kool
Aid and vanilla wafers. ..
Those present Were: Mesdames Ed
ward Benton, George Eure, Jr., Ash
by Jordan, George Jordan, E.' D.
Matthews, Earl Russell, Freeman
Umphlett, J. P. White, Vernon Wins
low, W. H. Cartwright, Mary A.
Keaton, Jesse Harrell, Elmer Wood,
Ralph Harrell, and Misses Beatrice
Benton, Eunice Harrell, Gladys Ham
rick, Eleanor Jordan, Barbara Ann
Benton and George Curtis Eure.
Bargain Buys In Things You
Reductions are the order of the day at
BLANCHARD'S, bringing you this sample
selection of bargains just in time for sum
mer and vacation use! If you come in early,
you'll see complete selections.
Dotted Swiss, Batiste
and Dimities ;S
7, Brown and Navy
. ;. 98c Value .
V l, lP
y 'H?; HONORS . SISTER p
f vHonoring her sister, Mrs.1 J. K.J1,.
McClue,1 of Atlanta, Mrs. L( W.1 f
Anderson delightfully entertained -at k'
an informal tea Tuesday afternoon at
6 o'clock, at her home at - Belvidere. -Miss"
Clara White assisted in receiv
ing the guests at the door..
Colorful cut flowers and - lighted
candles added to the cheer and charm '
of the spacious rooms. i ' -
Miss Attie Chappell and Miss 'I
Sara Maie Chappell assisted the..
daughter, Miss Marie Anderson, in
Those enjoying Mrs. Anderson')
Mrs. McClure , and little son, Joe, ' '
Mrs. C. T. Rogerson, Mrs. N. S. "
Chappell, Mrs. J. M. Copeland, Mrs.
J. C. Trivette, Mrs. W.v L. ' White, -
Mrs. L. J. Winslow, Miss Margaret '
B. White; Miss Clara White, Miss '
Lucy White, Miss Gladys Hamrick,
Miss Attie Chappell, Miss Sara Male
uiappeu ana miss Mane Anderson.
MISS JACKSON BADLY BURNED
Miss Gertrude Jackson, of Ryland,
was painfully scalded Friday about
noon on her right arm. She had tak
en a large pot containing a boiled
dinner from the stove and was pre
paring to take the dinner np when,
in some unaccountable manner, the
pot turned over spilling4 a large
quantity of the liquid ott Miss Jack
son's right arm, which1; was badly
burned from thajngrt io the elbow.
HUGE HANGAR NOW READY
Miami, Fla. A new hangar,U50
by" 180 feet, enclosing 76,000 square
.feet and giving 86-foot -clearance
above, ground, the largest in the
world, has been opened for use. It
is being operated by the Pan-American
Airways and will be used to store
the new huge airplanes now operated
by the company.
The Ford Motor Company total
surplus, $606,085,935, still lags be
hind the Roosevelt defiicit. Minnea
Too Late to Classify
FOR SALE THREE OR FOUR
hundred bushels of corn in shuck
or shelled. Must go quick to raise
needed cash. J. S. McNider.
American Batiste, solid O O n
colors. 25c value....
Printed Batiste and OK
Dimities, 29c value........ : ;
Printed Dimities and Batiste. :
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, t , ; . ; EIGHT PRICES