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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, K. a. FRIDAI. TONE 27, IMA
' Mis Ann Mae Mathews and Rus
sell C Baker were married at 4
o'clock Saturday afternoon, June 21,
at the Winfall Methodist Church with
the Rev. J. D. Cranford officiating.
Mrs. Baker is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Mathews, of Hert
ford, Route Three. Mr. Baker is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baker.
The couple was attended by Miss
Ida Perry Mathews, sister of the
bride, and Laurence Towe.
The bride wore a costume of beige
with blue accessories and her flowers
were a corsage of white bridal roses.
After a motor trip through West
ern North Carolina, the young couple
will make their home in Hertford.
' NOWELL PIERCE
Miss Maywood Pierce and George
Elwood Nowell were married Satur
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, the cere
mony being performed by the Rev.
E. T. Jillson, pastor of Holy Trinity
The bride wore a navy and white
ensemble with matching accessories.
Her shoulder corsage was of red
Mrs. Nowell is the daughter of the
IVl. late Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pierce. Mr.
, Nowell is theson of Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Nowell.
After a wedding trip to Western
North Carolina the young couple will j
make their home in Newport News,
ter, Mrs. Charles Williford.
Mrs. Herman Winslow, who is a
patient at Duke Hospital, Durham, is
Go To Nags Head
Mrs. Tudor Winslow, Mrs. W. H.
Hudson and Miss May Wood Winslow
went to Nags Head this week for an
Visited in Raleigh
Mrs. Louis Anderson spent several
days last week in Raleigh visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Harris, of
Fayetteville, were guests of relatives
and friends in Hertford several days
Week-end in Norfolk
Mrs. I. H. Wainwright, of Rich
mond, Va., and her mother, Mrs. W.
M. Mardre, spent the week-end in
garet Broughton and Ruth Winslow-I
spent Thursday in Greenville. Miss
Koonce remained for a few days'
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mc
Returns Home .
Miss Frances Newby has returned
from Columbia, S. C, where she vis
ited with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Ben
ley, for several days.
Week-end at Ocean View
Miss Katherine Jessup was the
week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. C
W. Ward, at Ocean View, Va.
Monday in Portsmouth
Bill Jessup spent Monday in Ports
mouth, Va., as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Kirby.
At Nags Head
mr. ana ms. ti. (J. fctokes ana
children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gaskill
and Mrs. W. G. Wright are spending
this week at Nags Head.
Week-end at Home
Edison Harris, from Fort Bragg,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Harris.
Mrs. Esther Thaxton has retumeo
to her home at Roxboro, after spend
ing a week as the guest of Mr. ana
Mrs. T. B. Sumner.
Guests Here This Week
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bryan, of Ox
ford, are visiting with Mrs. A. R.
Winslow this week.
The wedding of Miss Maria iStan
ton and Haywood Divers was solem
nized Sunday night at 9 o'clock at
the Winfall Methodist Church, with
the Rev. J. D. Cranford officiating.
Mrs. Divers is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Stanton. Mr. Divers
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
The couple was attended by Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Nixon. Mrs. A. R.
Winslow, Jr., sang "I Love You
)- The bride wore a navy dress ana
her flowers were a shoulder corsage
of pink roses.
Visiting in Concord
I Mrs. Louis Nachman left Tuesday
for Concord, where she will spend
a week with her daughters, Mrs.
Fred Morrill and Miss Ruth Nachman.
Week-end at Nags Head ,
Miss Ruth Hollowell and her guest,
Miss Faye Smithfield, of Winston
Salem, spent the week-end at Nags
Miss Faye Smithfield has returned
' J to her home in Winston-Salem, after
being the guest of Miss Ruth Hollo
well. tShe was accompanied home by
Miss Hollowell, who will visit with
her a few days before going to Ashe
ville to attend the Morrison-Rober
At Nags Head
Mrs. R. T. Clarke and Mrs. Henry
Stokes are spending the week at
Nags Head. They are staying at the
Mrs. Sam Hill and her son, Sam
White, of Norfolk, Va., are guests
of Misses Annie and Eliza White.
Mrs. John Louis Perry and daugh
ter, Jane, of Windsor, are guests of
Mrs. Perry's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Riddick, this week.
Miss Josephine Harrington return
ed to her home in Raleigh Sunday
after spending several days as the
guest of Mrs. Henry Stokes.
Visitors from Charlotte
Mrs. Andrew Taylor and children,
of Charlotte, are guests of Joshua
Sullivan this week.
Week-end at Nags Head
Miss Frances Fowler, Miss Jocelyn
Whedbee and R. S. Monds spent the
week-end at Nags Head as guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Whedbee,at their
Mrs. A. C. Shannonhouse and son,
Jimmy, of Elizabeth City, are guests
of Mrs. P. L. Stephens this week.
At Nags Head
Miss Grace Knowles spent several
days this week at Nags' Head as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Jessup
at their cottage.
Sunday at Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johnson,
their son, Charlie, Dr. and Mrs. T.
P. Brinn and children spent Sunday
at Nags Head at the Johnson cottage.
Attend Lions Convention
Charles Williford, Fred Chalk and
Archie T. Lane left Sunday for Asne
ville, where they attended the Lions
Sunday with Grandparents
Vera Temple Johnson spent Sun
day with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Broughton.
Sunday at Madkeys
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Cannon ana
Mrs. Sedberrj were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. T. White, at Mackeys, Sun
day. At Nags Head
Mrs. C. P. Morris and daughter.
Mary, are spending this week at the
Johnson Cottage at Nags Head.
Mrs. Vergie Speight, of Edenton,
was the week-end guest of her sis-
Week-end at Nags Head
Miss Mary Towe, Mrs. Agnes Wil
liams and Miss Elizabeth Knowles
spent the week-end at Nags Head as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Towe at
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Umphlett
have returned from Wrightsville
Beach, where they attended the con
vention of the Durham Life Insur
Week-end with Mother
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson, of
Portsmouth, Va., were week-end
guests of Mrs. Johnson's mother,
Mrs. J. G. Roberson.
Week-end at Nags Head
Miss Jean White spent the week
end at Nags Head.
Thursday in Greenville
Misses Mary Wood Koonce,
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; 'TOR BEAUTY
Miss Prue Newby has returned
home after visiting with friends in
Florida for a few days.
Goes To Camp Leach
Miss Nancy Darden will go to
Camp Leach, near Washington, N. C.
Sunday for two weeks.
HONOREE AT BRIDGE SHOWER
Mrs. Tom Cox, Jr., was a delightful
hostess at a bridge shower at her
home on Thursday evening when she
entertained in honor of Mrs. Elwood
Nowell, who before her marriage on
Sunday was Miss Maywood Pierce.
Those enjoying the evening were
Misses Margaret Broughton, Mar
guerite Ward, Ann Felton, Nancy
Darden, Ruth Hollowell, Marjorie
Buck, Marian Raper, "Chic" Steph
ens, Bernice White, Jean White,
Mary Morris, Nita Newbold., Lila
Budd Stephens, Grace Knowles, Prue
Newby, Blanche Moore Berry, Hattie
Pearl Nowell, Frances Newby, Eli
zabeth Knowles, Polly (Stephens, Ruth
Winslow, Ruth Nowell, Katherfne
Jessup, Mary Wood Koonce, Mary
Elizabeth Fields, Blanche Everett,
and Virginia White, Mesdames Rus
sell Baker, Carlton Perry, Kelly
White, D. M. Jackson, Hudson Butler,
Fred Chalk, Herbert Nixon, Norman
Trueblood, Morgan Walker, Crafton
Mathews, R. S. Jordan, Gladys Mor
gan, Ellie Goodwin, J. S. Vick, P. H.
Small, B. G. Koonce; Jim Bass, R.
W. Lynch, and the honoree, Mrs. El
The high score and floating prizes
went to Mrs. Hudson Butler arid Mrs.
Carlton Perry received low score
After the bridge game, a lovely
bride's cake was cut and served the
guests with ice cream. Mrs. Nowell
opened her numerous beautiful gifts.
VISITORS HONORED AT BRIDGE
Mrs. R. M. Riddick charmingly en
tertained Wednesday morning at her
home on Dobbs Street at bridge com
plimentary to her daughters, Mrs.
John Louis Perry of Windsor, and
Mrs. C. B. Barker of Ahoskie, who
are her house guests.
Four tables were arranged for
bridge and after several rubbers, the
hostess served an ice course.
Those playing were Mrs. C. B.
Barker and Mrs. John Louis Perry,
honorees, Mrs. Nat White of New
York City, Mrs. Andrew Taylor of
Charlotte, Mrs. J. G. Roberson, Mrs.
C. R. Holmes, Mrs. Charles Whed
bee, Mrs. Vivian Mathews, Mrs. E. L.
Laughinghouse, Mrs. Herbert Nixon
and Mrs. Charles E. Johnson, Misses
Kate Blanchard, . Katherine Jessup,
Ona Mary Stephens, Ruth Elliott, and
Dorcas Knowles i , ,
Miss Frances Fowler, whose mar
riage to R. S, Monds will take 'place
Saturday, July 6, at the Hertford
Methodist Qhutch, was honoree at a
lovely bridge party Tuesday evenig,
when Mrs. W, G. Newby entertained
at her home on Front Street.
Top score prize was awarded Miss
Helen Vick, while the prize for sec
ond high went to Mrs. Andrew Tay
lor. A guest's prize was presentea
the honoree, Miss Fowler, and Mrs.
Jesse Lee Harris, a recent bride, was
also presented a gift.
The hostess was assisted by Mes
dames R. M. Fowler, G. R. Tucker,
Charles Whedbee, C. E. Hobgood ana
R. T. Brinn in serving a salad course.
Those playing were Miss Frances
Fowler, Mrs. Willis Jessup, Mrs. Lu
cius Blanchard, Jr., Mrs. Agnes WiN
liams, Mrs. Herbert Nixon, Miss
Joyce Harrell, Miss Mary Towe, Miss
Nancy Darden, Mrs. Nat White, oi
New York City; Mrs. Andrew Taytor,
of Charlotte; Miss Joyce iStokes,
Mrs. T. P. Brinn, Miss Louise Chalk,
Miss Dorcas Knowles, Mrs. Irving
Wainwright, of Richmond, Va.; Miss
Katherine Jessup, Mrs. Ben Thacn,
Miss Jocelyn Whedbee, Miss Blanche
Everett, Mrs. Anthony'Skipper, Mrs.
Jack Brinn, Miss Helen Vick, Mrs,
John Lewis Perry, of Windsor; Mrs.
C. B. Barker, of Ahoskie; Mrs. Jesse
Lee Harris, Mrs. Kelley, Miss Prue
Newby and Mrs. H. C. Sullivan.
MISS FRANCES FOWLER
HONORED AT PARTY
Miss Dorcas Knowles was hostess
last Wednesday morning at a Coca
Cola party and Crystal Shower at
her home complimenting Miss Fran
ces Fowler, bride-elect. Those en
joying the affair were Miss Frances
Fowler, honoree; Misses Ruth Elliott,
Bernice White, Frances Maness, Ona
Mary Stephens, Joyce Harrell, Louise
Payne, Joyce Stokes, Helen Vick,
Grace Knowles, Elizabeth Knowles,
Ruth Alice Ward, Mary Towe, Vir
ginia White, Gloria and Fern Doug
las, of Clearwater, Fla.; Mesdames
Willis Jessup, Jack Gaskill, Clarence
Hobgood, Charles Whedbee, Jack
Brinn, Herbert Nixon, Lucius Blanch
ard, Jr., G. R. Tucker. Anthonv
Skipper, and Nat White, of New
W. M. S. MEETING
The Executive Committee of the
Woman's Missionary Society of the
Hertford Baptist Church met Tues
day evening at the home of Mrs.
Carroll Holmes with Mrs. I. A. Ward,
the president, presiding. The discus
sion of the evening was "Standard of
Excellence." Eleven members were
present and to these the hostess
served delightful refreshments at' the
conclusion of the business session.
ENTERTAIN ROOK CLUB
Mrs. J. H. Towe, who is spending
the month of June at Nags Head,
entertained her rook club Wednesday
morning at a lovely party, followed
by a delicious luncheon.
Those enjoying Mrs. Towe's hospi
tality at the beach included Mrs.
Archie T. Lane and her house guest,
Mrs. Charles Skinner, Mrs. D. K.
Reed, Miss Mary Sumner, Mrs. Julian
A. White, Miss, Mildred Reed, Mrs.
J. E. Morris, Mrs. T. L. Jessup ana
Mrs. Oscar Felton.
Through error, The Weekly last
week incorrectly reported that Mrs.
Vjk N. Darden would spend the week
end with her daughter in Baltimore,
which she did not do. The Weekly
gladly notes this correction.
A young man who had been wan
dering around the city hall for half
an hour was getting despondent.
"I can't seem to find the marriagt
license clerk's office," he said aloud.
"You are verv fortunate. I must
Mrs. Harry Hollowell, of New York, say," commented a lounger.
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HOSTESS AT BRIDGE SUPPER
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson charm
ingly entertained her bridge club at
supper Thursday evening at her
home. Bridge tables were arranged
and those playing were Mesdames H.
C. Stokes, Tommy JJessup, C. R.
Holmes, George W. Barbee, Charles
Williford, T. P. Brinn, V. N. Darden,
Johnny Broughton, Jr., E. L. Laugh
inghouse and I. A. Wainwright, of
Richmond, Va., Misses Mary Sumner
and Helen Morgan.
High score prize was awarded
Mrs. Barbee, second high and float
ing prize went to Mrs. Darden.
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UNION SERVICES AT
The :usual Fifth Sunday Union Ser
vice will be held iSunday, June 29,
at the Hertford Methodist Church, at
8:80 p. m.
' The Rev. C. E. Hobgood, pastor of
the Hertford Baptist Church, will
preach and the public is invited to
DAILY VACATION BIBLE
SCHOOL CLOSES FRIDAY
The daily vacation Bible 'school
which has been in progress lor the
past two weeks, at the' Belvidere
Community House will close Friday
with exercises held then. The public
J. cordially invited to attend.
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