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' THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY,
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Charles F. Sumner, of Fort Bel
voir, Va., visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Ford Sumner, this
Sunday with Grandmother
Little Ann Chalk spent Sunday
with her srrandmother. Mrs. Baker
J. G. Campbell, of Carolina Beach,
visited his wife, Mrs. J. G. Campbell,
Week-end with Parents
Miss Marv Helene Newby, of Nor
folk, Va., spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. b. McM.
Miss Sarah Br inn, of Jackson, was
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Bnnn, during the week
end. Sunday Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thrower, their
son, James, and Miss Ruby Perry, of
Littleton, spent Sunday as guests oi
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vick.
Week-end at Annapolis
Misses Grace Knowles and Ruth
Elliott spent the week-end at Anna
Weefk-end at Ocean View
Miss Katherine Jessup spent the
week-end at Ocean View, Va., as the
guest of Mrs. C. W. Ward,
Claude Brinn, of Newport News,
Va., spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosser Brinn.
Hillary Winslow, of Fayetteville,
spent Monday in Hertford.
Sunday at Williamsburg
Miss Blanche Everett, Jack Kanoy,
and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wright, of
Elizabeth City, spent Sunday at
Saturday at Fort Eustis
Corbin Dozier, Jr., and Norman
White spent Saturday at Fort Eustis,
Va., with Corbin Dozier, Sr., who is
Miss Donnie Mae Norman, of Ra
leigh, is the guest of her mother,
Mrs. L. W. Norman, and sister, Mrs.
Philip White, this week.
Friday in Greenville
Mrs. B. G. Koonce spent Friday in
Greenville with her daughter, Miss
Mary Wood Koonce.
Returns Home for Summer
Miss Joyce Stokes has returned,
from Comfort, where she has been
teaching, to spend the summer with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Returns To St. Pauls
Mrs. W. A. Felton returned to her
home at St Pauls on Friday. She
was accompanied home by her daugh
ter, Mrs. H. C. Stokes and her two
At Nags Head
Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs.
Olivia Hobbs went to Hags Head on
Tuesday "to spend some time at the
former's cottage. .
Week-end with Mother
Miss Virginia Tucker, of Hampton,
Va.: id Miss Elizabeth Tucker, of
Raleigh' were guests of their mother,
Mrsvlaa Tucker, during the week
end Mrs. Julian Brinkley and little
daughter, Betsy, of Plymouth, also
spent Sunday with Mrs. Tucker
Friday at Williamsburg
Mrs. W. C. Doiier, Mrs. Bill Cher
ry and eon, Corbin, spent Friday at
Williamsburg, Va., sight-seeing.
Attend Funeral m Edenton
Mr. and Mrs. Simon " .Rutenburg
attended the funeral of J. Holmes
in Edenton Sunday afternoon.
" Milan' ''White has returned littm
. Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore,
Md., where he has been for the put
few months, and is doing nicely.
Wednesday, in. Greenville
Mrs. Charles Williford, Mr. and
Mr Charles Parker and Mrs. James
- Speight, of Edenton, spent Wednes
, day in Greenville ,s guests of Mr.
and. Mrs, Vance Overton.
i WMtk-end Here
Mr. and no. rrea momu,
Ruth Nachman. Med Blair and Mr.
' Justice, of Concord, were week-end
guests pf Mr, and.Mra. Iui Nach
, y. VWttnt Parento s U J' I
, Louis Nadunari, Jr of Port lack-
Move to Grubb Street
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Laughinghouse
and family moved last week from the
residence on Church Street to Grubb
Week-end in Greensboro
Mrs. J. W. Ward spent several
days last week with her daughter
Miss Sarah Ward, in Greensboro.
Sunday at Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sunday at Nags Head.
Move To Church Street
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gaskill, who
have been living at White's Tourist
Home, moved last week into Mrs. W.
G. Wright's house on Church Street.
Visit in Craddock
Mrs. Gladys Morgan and daughter,
Billy Burke, spent several days last
week as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Jones, at Craddock, Va.
Mark M. Jordan, of Washington,
D. C, visited with his sister, Mrs. E.
A. Byrum, during the week-end.
Returns to Work
Mrs. Anse White returned Monday
to her duties at J. C. Blanchard &
Company, after being out several
months because of illness.
Sunday at Portlock
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Byrum, their
son, Edward, and daughter, Doris,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Gibson, at Portlock, Va.
Return from Hospital
Jeanne and Emmett Long have re
turned to their home in the Bethel
community after undergoing appen
dectomies at Albemarle Hospital,
Mrs. Mattie Newbern, of Durham,
spent Sunday as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Relfe.
Mrs. J. H. Bagley and son, John
Henry Bagley, Jr., of Suffolk, Va.,
spent Saturday as guests of Mrs. C.
Attend Funeral in Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harrell at
tended the funeral of E. E. Chap
man, in Norfolk, Va., Tuesday.
Returns Home for Summer
Miss Rebecca Webb has returned
to her home at New Hope to spend
the summer with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L R. Webb, after teaching
Home for Vacation
Miss Ruth Alice Ward, who has
been teaching at Mt. Ulla, is with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward, for
the summer vacation.
Week-end with Parents
Speck Harris, of Fort Bragg, was
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. A.
Harris, for the week-end.
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Home for Summer 5 Months
' Miss Joyce Harrell, who taught in
Littleton, is with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Harrell, for the
summer vacation. ;
Week-end at Home !'
Charlie Harrell, of Norfolk, Va.,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harrell.
Visitor This Week
Mrs. Clayton Whedbee, of Peters
burg, Va., is the guest of Mrs. Isa
Tucker this week.
CIRCLE NO. FOUR MEETS
Circle Number Four of the Wom
an's Missionary Society of the Hert-
iora Baptist umrcn met on Monday
evening , a kt&g.hoine of Mrs. Robert
White. Eleven members and two visi
tors were present. Mrs. E. W.
Mayes, chairman, took charge of the
program, the topic being "An Ur
gent Gospel to Direct Youth." Mrs.
C. E. Hobgood read, the Scripture
lesson. Taking part on the program
were Mrs. L. B. Sitterson, Mrs. Tom
Perry, Mrs. Matt Matthews and Mrs.
J. E. Everett.
During the social hour the hostess
served a sweet course.
W. M. S. TO MEET MONDAY
The Woman's Missionary Society
of Hertford Baptist Church will meet
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the
church. This meeting is being held
a week early so as not to conflict
with revival services the following
week. Mrs. I. A. Ward, president of
the Society, urges all members to
attend this meeting.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS
The executive committee of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Hertford Baptist Church met Thurs
day evening at the home of Mrs. C.
E. Hobgood to discuss business for
the month. Mrs. I. A. Ward, presi
dent of the Society, presided over the
State Theatre HcNrTd
Matinee 3 P. M.
Matinee 3 P. M.
Get ms ysArts mas
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! "Present were Mrs. I. A. Ward, Mrs.
J. P. Perry, Mrs. E. W. Mayes, Mrs.
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j. yy. Aacnary, jars, unaries jonn
son, Mrs. E. L. Laughinghouse, Mrs.
T. E. Raper, Mrs. J. E. Everett and
BENEFIT ROOK' fcAETY
Mrs. Charles Whedbee entertained
at a subscription rook party Thurs
day evening at her home for the
benefit of the Minnie Wilson Mis
sionary ISociety of the Methodist
Church. High score prize was won
by Mrs. B. G. Koonce with Mrs. Rus
sell Jarvis winning second high. Low
was presented to Miss Pattie Whed-1
bee. Mrs. Whedbee served dainty
sandwiches and tea to 28 guests.
HOSTESSES AT DANCE
Miss Jean White and Miss Bernice
White charmingly entertained at a
dance at Walker's Ballroom Friday
evening. A large number of guests
enjoyed the affair.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Durwood Reed charmingly en
tertained her bridge club on Tuesday
evening. Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames J. G. Roberson, B. G.
Koonce, T. B. Sumner, Vivian Dar
den, Vivian Matthews, Oscar Felton,
and Herman Winslow. High score
prize was awarded Mrs. Felton and
Mrs. Sumner received low.
The hostess served a delicious salad
HOSTESS AT BRIDGE DINNER
Mrs. Charles Williford charmingly
entertained her bridge club Thursday
evening at dinner at Hotel Hertford.
After dinner those enjoying bridge
were Mesdames Charles E. Johnson,
Carroll Holmes, George Barbee,
Tommy Jessup, Henry Clay iStokes,
Max Campbell and Miss Mary Sum
ner. Mrs. Johnson was awarded high
score prize, low went to Mrs. Camp
bell and Mrs. Holmes received the
"King of Royal Mounted" No. 2
Thursday - Friday
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W H I T E ilMCd T O R
Scrapbook Wins Blue
Ribbon At Convention
Mrs. B. G. Koonce, secretary of
the Hertford Parent-Teachers' Asso
ciation, has been notified that a
scrapbook, compiled by her of the lo
cal P. T. A. activities during the
past year, has been awarded a Blue
Ribbon at the Parent-Teachers' State
Convention held in Asheville.
MISS WHEDBEE HOSTESS
Miss Margaret Whedbee was Host
ess to the Mattie Norman White Y.
W. A. of Woodville Baptist Church
We have a complete line of gifts that will
bring- joy to any mother's heart. Our gifts
are made to please and there can be no great
er joy than pleasing mother. Come in today
and buy your gift at our Mother's Day special
WE LIST BELOW A FEW OF OUR MANY
SPECIALS FOR THIS SPECIAL DAY
Dresses $2.98 to $7.98
Hats 97c to $1.98
Blouses 97c to $1.98
Gloves 59c to 97c
Hose 49c to 97c
Coty's Powder $1.00 to $4.00
Dorothy Perkins Powder 50c to $1.00
Panties 25c to 69c
Slips 49c to $1.98
Pajamas 98c to $1.98
Bags 98c to $1.98
Shoes $1.98 to $2.98
Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c
Bed Spreads 98c to $2.98
Crepes, per yard 49c to 98c
Batiste, per yard 19c to 49c
Spun Rayon, per yard 29c to 59c
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COki AN Y Hertford,
on Friday evening April 25, at the
church. Miss Daphne Godfrey had
prepared an interesting program.
Miss Bogue read a letter from the
Rev. Philip White thanking the Y.
W. A. for the gifts sent to him and
his wife at Christmas.
Contests were led by Miss Ola
Bogue Whedbee with Miss Beulah
Bogue winning the prize.
The hostess served delicious fudge
and apples to the following: Misses
Audrey and Ethel Lane, Operzine
Cooke, Ola Bogue Whedbee, Beulah
Bogue and Margaret Whedbee and
Mrs. J. A. Bray.
98c to $2.98
98c to $1.98
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