Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Owens and
Bon, Dicky, of Newport News, Va.,
pent Sunday with Mr. Owens' moth
er, Mrs. Sallie Owens.
Returns 'From Hospital
J. C. Moore returned Thursday
from General Hospital, Norfolk, Va.,
after undergoing an operation. His
-condition is very satisfactory.
Visiting in Durham
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blanchard and
son, Billy, went to Durham Sunday
to visit with Dr. and Mrs. Marcus
Visitors Over the Week-end
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hoffler, of
Washington, D. C, Mrs. W. L. Hef
ner and son, Bill, of Richmond, Va.,
were week-end guests of Mrs. W. E.
Gloria and Fern Douglas, of Flor
ida, are visiting their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Knowles, this
Sunday in New Bern
le Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Cannon, their
ion. Guy, and Mr. Sedberry spent
Sunday in New Bern as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Barfield.
T Kenneth Jarvis, of the R. A. F.,
) stationed at Windsor, Canada, is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Jarvis, this week.
Home for Summer Vacation
Jack Jarvis, a student at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill, is with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Jarvis, for the summer
Bobby Brown, of Jacksonville, is
visiting his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Ainsley, this week.
Week-end with Parents
Ben Koonce, Jr., student at the
'Mil At Home ' university oi JNortn Carolina, spent
Mrs C. E. Hobgood is ill at her! the week-end with his parents, Mr.
On Sick List
Patsy Vick, who is visiting with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Vick, has been on the Bick list for the
past week, but is now much improved.
At Wrightsville Beach
Bill Jessup spent several days a
Wrightsville Beach this week.
Monday in Norfolk
Mrs. J. G. Roberson and daughter
Miss Alice, spent Monday in Nor
Mrs. J. R. Futrell has returned
home after spending a few days in
Northampton County working in the
interest of safety on the highways.
Miss Prue Newby, of Windsor
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newby.
At Myrtle Beach
Miss Ann Felton spent the week
end at Myrtle Beach, S. C, at a
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Butler and
family moved Monday from the Hotel
Hertford to the residence formerly
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Satch
well on Church Street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mangdm, of
Newport News, Va., spent the week'
end with Mrs. Mangum's mother.
Mrs. L. W. Norman.
Week-end at Home
Dick Payne, of Norfolk, Va., spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. E. Payne.
Week-end at Ocean View
Miss Katherine Jessup spent the
week-end as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. C. YW. Ward, at Ocean View,
home, but her condition
i Visitors from Philadelphia
. Miss Louise Payne, a student at a
Philadelphia medical school, and a
guest, are visiting Miss Payne's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Payne, this
Week-end in Norfolk
Miss Nettie Lee Gregory spent the
week-end in Norfolk, Va., visiting
Sunday in Norfolk
J. A. Perry spent Sunday in Nor-
folk, Va., and visited J. C. Moore at
Mrd. L. W. Norman returned home
Saturday after a few days' visit with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
Mrs. C. M. Mangum, at Newport
Captain Andy Anderson,
York, spent the week-end
Visitors Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Parlin and Mrs.
J. E. Parrish, of Norfolk, Va., were
guests of Mrs. J. A. Perry Sunday.
Alton Munns arrived home last
week from High Point College, to
spend, the summer with his parents,
the Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Munns. He
has as his gueBtB this week Clarence
Leonard and Tommy Dodanead, both
of High Point.
Mrs. C. Y. Parrish, of near Eden
ton, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Perry.
Visitors Here This Week
Mrs. J. C. Cross and son, John, of
Suffolk. Va.. are guests of Mrs.
Cross' parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R.
F.; Munns, this jwae$0fi .s, j
Reported As faiplwg i.
Miss Bernice White spent! day
lnfat week WDurhanvwhere she aa
cohinanied her mother, Mrs Anse
White, who. entered ptflteS Hospital
for an operation. Mrs White is re
ported to be doing nicely.
The Rev. R. F, Munns is spending
tWa week in Manteo. where he is in
charire of revival services. He will
return home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, J. "H. Thrower, of
Littjeton,-spent Frjdayjw guests, of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S, U&.
Sundar at Nan Head '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E, Johnson
and children, Chrrile and Vera. Tem
ple, Miss Blanche Everett and Jack
Kanoy spent Sunday at the Johnson
and Mrs. B. G. Koonce. He returned
to Chapel Hill Tuesday to attend
summer school at the University
At Summer School
Harrell Johnson returned to Wake
Forest College Monday to attend
summer school, after a few days'
visit with his mother, Mrs. Charles
At Nags Head
Mrs. C. W. Morgan and Mrs. G. E.
Newby have gone to Nags Head to
spend several weeks at the T. 5.
Sick at Home
Richard Futrell has been confined
to his home this week because of
Little Miss Joanna P. Willifora,
who has been confined to her home
because of illness is now able to be
Mrs. Charles Godwin, of Williams
ton, is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Elliott, this week.
At Nags Head
Mrs. J. E. Winslow and children,
Betty and Julian, are spending the
month of June at Mags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Gates, of Peters
burg, Va., were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Satchwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eley return
ed home Sunday from Suffolk, Va.
Mrs. Eley is doing very nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lee Harris
have returned from their wedding
trip and expect to move into their
new home on Pennsylvania Avenue
Mrs. Leonard Winslow and son,
Leonard, have returned to their home
near Hertford, after a -few days'
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Bogu4 oavl.pMrs;
Bogue accompanied 'her daughter
home for a short visit.
, Lieutenant and ' Mrs. Alvis E.
Hendley are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Newby this week.
STUDY CLASS JUNE 17
The County-wide ' Mission Study
Class will meet Tuesday, June 17, at
the Hertford Baptist Church, instead
of June 18 as announced . in last
, Leaderf of the variouf groups art
as- follows: Sunbeams,' Mrs.. W.
Norman and Mrs. Jee Perry l G. A.
and Junior Boys, Mrs. U is. t5bgbod
and Mre. JohrtiJ 3ry YtiWi and
CIRCLE NO. THREE MEETS ;
Circle Number Three of the Wom
an's! Missionary Society of the Hert
f ord' Baptist Church held its 'regular
monthly meeting with, Mrs. J. W.
Ward, Tuesday evening. Eleven
members were present. The Circle
was delighted to have Mrs. I. A.
Ward, president of the Society, visit
the meeting which was opened by
singing the hymn of the year, "Jesus
Saves." Mrs. Carlton Cannon used
the 27th Psalm as her devotional.
The topic of the month was "An
Urgent Gospel Night 'in Europe."
The following readings were given:
"Light and Darkness," Mrs. J. W.
Zachery; "Early Light in Europe
and the Dawn of a New Day," Mrs.
E. L. Laughinghouse; "Night Again
and Watchman, What of the Night?",
Miss Frances Maness.
The Circle sang the hymn "Send
the Light." The July meeting of the
Circle will be held with Mrs. T. L.
Jessup. Mrs. C. R. Holmes dismiss
ed the group with prayer.
The hostess, assisted by Miss Sara
Ward, served a dainty salad course.
HOUSE PARTY AT NAGS HEAD
Harrell Johnson entertained a
number of friends at a house party
at the Johnson Cottage at Nags
Head during the week. Those en
joying the week's stay at the beacn
Bernke White, "Chic" Stephens,
Mary - Wood Koonce, Katherine Jes
sup, Joyce Harrell, and Ruth Alice
The honoree, Mrs. Hendley, re
ceived a gift in crystal. . High score
prize went to Miss Prue Newby,
second high went to Mrs. Charles
Godwin, and Miss Everett received
the floating prize. Miss Alice Rob
erson, a bride-elect, was presented a
The hostess served a delicious
CIRCLE NO. SIX MEETS
Circle Number Six of the Woman's
Missionary Society of the Hertford
Baptist Church met Tuesday evening
with Mrs. Clara Gibbs, with Mrs.
Kermit Kirby as assisting hostess.
Mrs. Clara Gibbs had charge of the
program, her subject being "Urgent
Gospel of Nights in Europe." Those
taking part in the program were
Mrs. Maggie Winslow, Miss Annie
Mae Matthews and Miss Jean White.
Mrs. Anne Perry gave the devotional.
Several hymns were sung and Miss
Eugenia Gregory offered prayer.
Mrs. Mark Gregory offered the clos
The hostesses served lemonade and
cookies during the social hour.
The Circle will meet with Mrs.
Maggie Winslow in July, and Miss
HOSTESS AT BRIDGE SHOWER
Mrs. V. N. Darden delightfully en
tertained at a bridge shower Tues
day afternoon at her home in honor
of Miss Alice Roberson, bride-elect.
Those enjoying the affair were Mes
dames Vivian Mathews, Jesse Lee
Harris, Jack Gaskill and Misses Mar
garet Broughton, Marguerite Ward,
Katherine Jessup, Patricia Stephens,
Mary Wood Koonce, Sara Ward,
Nancy Darden, Mary Morris, Lila
Budd Stephens, Ruth Hollowell, Ruth
Winslow, Blanche Moore Berry, and
High schore pVize went to Miss
Jessup, guest prize to Mrs. Harris,
and the honoree was presented a
After the game the hostess, assist
ed by Mrs. Oscar Felton and Mrs. J.
G. Roberson, served a dainty sweet
course and Miss Roberson opened
her lovely gifts.
Edgar White, of Durham; Robert
Hollowell, of Greenville, S. C-; Miss
Eva Mae Onley, of Norfolk, Va.,
and Elwood Nowell, of Newport
News, Va., attended funeral services
of Mrs. Laura Ann Onley this week.
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
KA Y S E R H O S E
HERTFORD, N. C.
were Miss Margaret Little Blount, Dora White will be assistant hostess
Bethel; Miss Mollie Bowie. Monroe:
Miss Ruth Hollowell, Hertford; Miss
Becky Ward, Plymouth; Miss Jean
nette McDaniel, Jackson; Miss Caro
lyn Straughn, Durham; Miss Anne
Felton, Hertford; Donald Bradsher,
Roxboro; Zeb Jones, Monroe; Clarke
Stokes and Zack Harris, Hertford;
Bill Dunn, Leaksville, Zach White
and Harrell Johnson, Hertford.
BRIDGE PARTY HONOREE
Miss Frances Fowler was a charm
ing hostess at a bridge party Monday
evening when she entertained in hon
or of Mrs. A. E. Hendley, a recent
bride. Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames T. P. Brinn, Willii
Jessup, H. C. Sullivan, Ben Thatch,
Vivian Mathews, W. H. Pitt, Lucius
Blanchard, Jr., Charles E. Johnson,
Agnes Williams, Charles Godwin, of
Williamston, Nat White, of New
York, Jack Gaskill, Herbert Nixon,
Misses JMancy Darden, Grace Knowl
es, Dorcas Knowles, Joyce Stokes,
Prue Newby, Mary Towe, Jocelyn
Whedbee, Helen Vick, Alice Rober-
Those present included Mesdames
Carl Perry, Fred Chalk, Leonard
Winslow, Mark Gregory, Kermit Kir
by, Margaret Lane, Jim Bass, Jr.,
Clara Gibbs and Willie Ainsley, and
Misses Annie Mae Matthews, Marian
Raper, Eugenia Gregory, Dora
White and Mildred Bogue.
W. M. S. TO MEET
son, Ruth Elliott, Blanche Everett, class,
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist Church will meet next
Monday evening, June 16, at 8 o'clock
at the church. Mrs. I. A. Ward,
president of the group, requests a
BIBLE CLASS ENJOYS PARTiY
The Friendly Bible Class of Mew
Hope Sunday ISchool enjoyed a class
party celebrating the termination of
a contest for better attendance at the
Sunday School. During the contest
attendance was increased almost
half and the contest was enjoyed.
Mrs. E. G. Banks is teacher of the
Her tt ord,
Friday Matinee 3 I M.
Monday - 1 uesday
Matinee 3 P. M.
"THE DEVIL AND
"King of Royal Mounted" No.
Matinee 3 P. M.
"TALL, DARK AND
Thursday Only Matinee
3 P. M.
Intermediate Boys, Mrs; E,
Cottage, at Mags Head, V v? ' 1 and Rev. C. E. Hobgood. - fn,,r,r.l
A Week of Bargains
We have recently purchased the entire stock
of the Liles 5-10-25c Store of Edenton and
have removed the remainder of the stock to
our store here . . . and are offering it at bar
During the entire week, June 14 to 21, these
items will be offered at these low prices. Staple
merchandise is advancing every day so stock
up now on your needs at these low prices.
Men's Dress Sox, special 9c
Men's Shorts, fast colors, 14c; Shirts 10c
1 lot of Anklets. Close out 9c
Men's heavy Straw Hats 10c
1 lot Full Fashioned Hose, value to 69c44c
.1 lot of Combs, 10c value 8c
Whisk Brooms, 15c value 10c
1 lot Milk Buckets. Close out 19c
1 lot Enamel Pails, 59c value 39c
1 lot Enamel Dish Pans, 35c value 21c
1 lot Flower Pots. Close out 5c
1 lot Dinner Pots, 89c value 69c
1 lot Water Glasses 3 for 10c
1 lot Glass Vases, values to 89c 39c
Close Outs In Jewelry
All 10c Jewelry. Special 7c
All 25c Jewelry. Special 15c
All Toilet Good At
All 10c Tooth Paste (branded lines) 9c
1 lot 10c Powder and Face Cream 5c
Shaving Creams. Special 9c
AT SPECIAL PRICES DURING THIS WEEK
Spool Cotton. Special 2c
ONT. Extra value 3 for 10c
1 lot 10c Notions. Hair Pins, Hair Curlers,
etc. Close out 5c
Space does not permit listing all of the
items offered during this Bargain Week. Be
sure to visit our store for your choice of these
I LOT OF DISHES AT 25 OFF
Including Cups, Saucers, Bowls, Patters,
Plates and Sugar Dishes.
Remember Father's Day, Sunday. June 15th
We Have a Large Selection of Gifts That Will Please Him
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