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THE PEHQUIMAKS WEEKLY, v? HERTFORD, N. O, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1M1
ATI , wto
Mood? In Suffolk
- Mr. nd MrHJ. S. McNider, Mra,
R. W. Saiith wd Mrs. W. L. P. Babb
spent Monday in Suffolk, Va.
Returns Home .
Mra. W. A. Gregory has returned
to her home in Fayetteville,, , after
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Perry for several days. Mrs. Gre
gory was accompanied home by Mrs.
J. j. Moore, who will visit with her
a few dajw.
Week-end At Home
--Miss, Ruth; Alice Ward, of Clinton,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Dr, and Mrs. I. A. Ward.
Mrs. Philip White returned home
Thursday after spending several
days in Raleigh.
Entertaining Guests This Week
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Parrish are
having, as their guests this week
Mr: and ' Mrs. T. A'. Traeblood of
Washington, D. C, Mrs. D. D. John
son of Lillington, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Trueblood of Hickory, Va.
In New York
T. S. White, Jr., left Saturday for
a week's stay in New York City.
Sunday In Greenville
Harry Broughton, Miss Margaret
Broughton, Miss Ruth Winslow and
Howard Broughton visited in Green-)
ville and Kinston Sunday.
Visiting At Home
Harry Broughton, Jr., of Kinston1,
arrived Sunday for a visit with his
father, Harry Broughton.
Sunday In Raleigh
R. E. Vickers spent Sunday
Raleigh visiting with friends.
Mrs. Elwood Nowell has returned
to her home in Newport NewB, Va.,
a week's visit with Mrs. E. S.
Ill At Home
Mrs. G. E. Newby has been quite
sick at her home on Covent Garden.
She had as her guests on Sunday her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Newby, Jr., and their son, .
Oeorge, of Rocky Mount.
I Wanted Wings
The thrum of powerful motors,
the shriek of diving planes, is the
exciting obligate accompanying the
story of romance and adventure , to
be unfolded when "I Wanted, Wings"
appears at State Theatre, Hertford,
Mrs. Nat White and son have re
turned to their home in New York
City after spending several weeks as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Perry.
ferred from Newport News, Va., to
Wilmington, spent one day last week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ros
Wednesday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rutenburg
spent Wednesday m Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. B. N. Cuthrell, of Norfolk,
V., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Morgan on Sunday.
Mrs E. W. Mayes, Mrs. Mark Gre
gory, Mrs. J. E. Everett and Mrs.
T. E. Raper attended revival services
at Blackwell Memorial Church in
Elizabeth City on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hodges, III,
and son, John, of Boone, spent sev
eral days recently as the guests of
the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Hobgood.
Attends Double Funeral
Mrs. Cecil Winslow attended the
double tragedy funeral on Tuesday
of Mrs.- Elizabeth Jones and her
daughter, Miss Janie Jones, of New
larid, both of whom died as result
of an automobile Wreck. Mrs. Jones
was an aunt of Mrs. Winslow.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Tommy Jessup delightfully
entertained her bridge club on Fri
day evening at her home. Those en-
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joying the evening were: Mesdames
Carroll Holmes, H. ? Stokes,' Chas.
E. Johnson, George Barbee, Vivian
Darden, E. L. LaughinghoUBe, Misses
Helen Morgan, Mary Sumner, Esther
Evans, Blanche Everett and Eloi
Miss Evans was awarded high score
prize, Miss Everett received floating
prize and low score prize went to
A dainty sweet course was served
by the hostess.
Claude Brinn, who has been trans- Olivia Hobbs
Mrs. W. E. Hassell, of Eden ton,
spent Sunday as the guest of '-.or
sisters, Mrs. Chas. Johnson and Mrs.
Vfeiting In Tarboro
Mrs. C. W. Morgan is spending the
week in Tarboro with Mr. and Mrs.
Week-end With Parents
Mrs. Carlton Perry spent the
week-end in Elizabeth City with her
Week-end In Durham
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Morgan, Jr.,
of Chicago, 111., who have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blanch
ard for the spent several weeks,
spent the week-end in Durham with
Mrs. Morgan's sister, Mrs. Marcus
Hobbs, and Dr. Hobbs.
Visiting In Louisburg
Miss Kate Blanchard went to
Louisburg Monday to spend several
days with Mr. and Mrs. O. Y. Yar-boro.
Sunday In Raleigh
Miss Nettie Lee Gregory
Sunday in Raleigh.
' TCaptain and Mrs. J. J. Moore and
daughter, Pat, of Norfolk, Va., were
week-end guests of Mrs. Moore's
parents, Jlr and Mrs. S. T. Sutton.
Returns To Fort Bragg
Mrs. Dennis Holliday has returned
to Fort Bragg, where her husband
is stationed, after spending several
weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Elliott.
- Captain and Mrs. Andy Anderson
Vjuid daughter, Faye, of Norfolk, Va.,
were week-end guests of Mrs. Ander
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. T
Ray Haskett has accepted a posi
tion with J. C. Blanchard and Com
pany and started on his new duties
Mrs. J. N. White and children,
Raymond and Helen Jean, of Nor
folk, Va., spent Sunday with Mrs,
R. T. White.
Sunday In Eden ton
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. White and son
spent Sunday in Edenton.
J. - J. Jacocks has accepted a posi
tion with the Hertford Hardware
Company and assumed his duties this
Miss Edith Mathews and Ralph
White, of Suffolk, Va., spent (Sunday
in Hertford with friends. Mrs.
White and son, Ralph, Jr., who had
been visiting here for several days,
returned to Suffolk with them.
end In Durham
Miss Ann Felton spent the week
end in Durham and attended the foot
ball game while there.
Return From Nags Head
r, Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs.
t Olivia Hobbs returned from Nas
:.IV Head Friday after spending most of
V the summer at the Johnson Cotttage.
' Week-end With Father
" Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Byrd, of Dur
, nam, spent the week-end as guests
of her father, W. F. Morgan.
,' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Towe, of Roa
noke Rapids, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Winslow on Sunday.
Week-end At Home
Miss Prue Newby, of Windsor,
, was the week-end guest of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newby.
1 " . Mrs.; Ralph White and son, Ralph,
; Jr., of Suffolk, Va., were week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson
Mrs. Sidney Jessup was operated
upon for appendicitis at General Hos
pital in Norfolk, Va., on Sunday. She
is said to be doing nicely.
Return From Hospital
Mrs. T. P. Brinn and young
daughter, Ann Winslow, returned
from General Hospital, Norfolk,- Va.,
Sunday. Both are irettinar alone
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. White and son,
Billy, of near Mackeys, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Cannon on
Hilary Winslow and son, Hilary,
of Fayetteville, spent the week-end
with Mr. Winslow's mother, who is
quite ill at her home.
Attend Game In Durham
Among the people from Hertford
attending the Duke-Wake Forest
football game in Durham on Satur
day were Misses Mary Lib Fields
and Jeannette Fields, and Vincent
Hill, Charles E. Johnson, Jake Jack
son, Dave Fuller and Edwin Lyles.
In Prints, Corduroy, Spun Rayon
' In Wool and Sflk. Sizes 9 to 54
We Have a . Complete Line of
Sweeten. All Sices
Nebr Fall and Winter Coftts For
k Ladies and CUMren
,- Sport and Press Style
WE HAVE PLENTY OP,
Nylon and Silk Hose
Miss Mary Helene Newby, of Nor
folk, Va., spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Drake,
of Farmville, were week-end guests
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad
Visiting With Parents
Mrs. A. E. Hendley, of Columbia,
South Carolina, is the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newby.
Get the Family Ready For the Winter
GET NEW SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Smart Styles For Women
Built for comfort, designed for
style. Low heels, flattering lines.
You get real savings here!
$1.95 to SZ45
Favorites With Men
You'll agree this is the best value
you ever got in shoes! Styles for
dress and sports. Don't miss this
$2.45 to $5.95
Shoes For Boys and Girls
Shoes in time for school at tremend
ous savings! Popular styles, newest
We have it! Enough for everybody in this
community. Our tip was right ... we bought
heavy before the boom price.
For Saturday only, we are offering the
16- quart Buckets
Wash Tubs, No. 3 to A's
Roofing - Nails
At prices you know are below the present
wholesale market. Come and get it.
J. C. Blanchard & Co., Inc.
"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832
RIGHT PRICES QUALITY MERCHANDISE
HERTFORD, N. C.
HERTFORD, N. C.
State Theatre "ST
I Friday Matinee 3 P. M.
"DR. JEKYLL AND
"Mysterious Dr. Satan"
Monday and Tuesday
LEW AYRES ANN SOTHERN ELEANOR POWELL
"LADY BE GOOD"
ALSO NEWS REEL
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M.
Thursday and Friday-
17 WUlism W.yn. BiUn
CUm BOLDFJI M0RJU5 DONLOT
DON'T MISS TH
Before You Buy Any Make of New Car . . . See the
ON DISPLAY AT OUR SHOW ROOMS TODAY
Special Prices While They Last On Firestone Tires and Tubes
WINSLOW - WHITE MOTOR CO,
FORD Sales and Service Hertford, N. C.
POPEY&, THE RECRUITING OFFICER, MEETS THE ADMIRAL!
rVSS-T- LOOK. MISTER-.
TH" GALS CB3TIM6LV LIKE
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LEARNIN' A SKILLED TRADE IN TH NAW,
Ttf SAILORS HAVE PLEM'V OF FUN
Wir LOTS OF TIME TO VISIT Ttf LANDS
OF ROMANSK AN' OPPORTUNIKV
- I'LL BET VA WISHES VA
WAS IN TH' NAW.'.'
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Your pay in the Navy is gravy
No rant to pay. No food to buy. No doctor's of
aWiit't bills. Evan movies and ortiar ntortom.
iMntar W And when you first enlist, the Navy
gives you $118.00 worth of uniforms I
And if you want to loam a trade, the Navy it
the place to do it. There are forty-five odd trades
yaw can learn . . .training that's worth hundreds
of dollars the first year.
The Navy offers the chance ol a tfeliiee t
young etett. 1 you ore 17 or over, get a free copy
of the Hustrolsd booklet 1R M TtC U l
NAVY," fro the Navy Editor of this newspaper.
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