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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HKKTFORJD, fl, g, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1044
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t juss jurgarei rearson naa re
turned from Richmond, Va. She
' w was accompanied here by her moth-
erf who i will spend a few days.
Sunday Visitors Here
TJs. Mr. and Mrs. J. J
Edenton, spent Sunday as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. White.
f Visitors Here Sunday
'" Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Boyce, Mr. and
5 Mrs. Willie Sawyer and daughter,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Broughton,
i of Elizabeth City, were the guests
) of Mrs. Baker T. Wood Sunday.
, ' i( Sunday In Elizabeth City
-t Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hathaway
visited W. W. Benbury, in Elizabeth
' City, Sunday.
Visitors Here Sunday
,'n.. Mrs. Charles Elliott, Mrs. Josiah
Elliott and Mrs. Lewis jpent Monday
. in Norfolk, Va.
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Returns To Camp
S. Sgt George Fields left Tuesday
for Alexandria Army Air Fields,
Alexandria, La., after spending a
furlough : with his mother, Mrs.
Monday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. White and son,
Billy, of Roper, spent Sunday as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Cannon.
Week-end With Parents
9: C. P. 0. George W. Baker and Mrs.
Baker, of Washington, D. C, spent
the week-end visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Caddy.
Week-end With Mother
Mrs. J. J. Moore and children,
Mrs. G. R. Anderson and children, of
Norfolk, Va., were week-end guests
of their mother, Mrs. S. T. Sutton.
Week-end With Mother
Claude Brinn, of Newport News,
Va., spent the week-end with his
mother, Mrs. Rosser Brinn.
Mrs. Dick Evans and son, of Bal
timore, Md., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Elmo Cannon.
Week-end In Elizabeth City
Misses Helen and Mary Gaither
were week-end guests of their broth
er, W. G. Gaither, in Elizabeth City.
HOSTESS TO ROOK CLUB
Wednesday tn Norfolk i
Mrs. B. G. Koonce. Miss Marrl
Wood Koonce, Miss Bernice White, Mrs. D. F. Reed entertained the
Mrs. R. M. Riddick, Jr., and Miss members of her rook club on Friday
Helene Nixon spent last Wednesday
in Norfolk, Va,
I Week-end Visitors
Henry Stokes, U. S. N. R., and
Mrs. Stokes, of Norfolk, Va., spent
the week-end as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Stokes, on Front
Mrs. J. G. Roberson is visiting
Mrs. Claude Fletcher, in Washing
ton, D. C.
Arrives for Holidays
Mrs. Jack Kanoy, of Destin
Beach, Fla., arrived Tuesday to
I spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Everett.
Mrs. J. L. Aibbitt, of Norfolk, Va.,
Mrs. J. M. Weeks and Mrs. J. H.
Aydlett,. of Elizabeth City, were the
guests of Mrs. T. S. White, Sr., on
Wftfk-end At Home
Miss Elizabeth Darden, a student
at E. C. T. C, Greenville, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Darden.
Lieut. Ralph Wallace, of Madison,
Ind., recently returned from foreign
duty, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
Koonce and Miss Mary Wood Koonce.
evening at her home. Those playing
included Mesdames J. H. Towe, Jr.,
Edgar Morris, Ruby Snyder, Henry
Stokes, C. T. Skinner, William Tuck
er, G. R. Tucker, R. M. Fowler,
Carlton Cannon, and Archie T. Lane,
Misses Mary Sumner and Mildred
High score and bingo prizes went
to Mrs. Stokes, low and bingo prizes
went to Mrs. Morris, and Mrs.
Fowler was awarded a bingo prize.
The hostess served a salad course.
Mrs. J. H. Bagley, of Virginia
Beach, Va., arrived Wednesday to
spend a few days with her mother,
Mrs. C. V. Williford.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. J. E. Winslow entertained the
members of her bridge club on last
Tuesday evening at her home. Those
enjoying the evening were Mesdames
Walter Oakie, T. P. Brinn, H. A.
Whitley, Trim Wilson, W. H. Hard
castle, C. A. Davenport, S. P. Jessup,
and Jonas Futrell, Misses Esther
Evans, Eloi.se Scott and Frances
High score prize for the club went
to Mrs. Futrell, and Miss Evans re
ceived high score award for the
The hostess served a dainty sweet
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Herman Winslow entertained
members of her bridge club on Tues
day evening at her home. Those
playing were Mesdames R. M. Rid
dick, V. N. Darden, B. G. Koonce,
W. G. Wright, Charles Whedbee,
J. L. Harris, J. O. Felton and Miss
High score prize went to Mrs.
Wright and low was awarded to Mrs.
A dainty sweet course was served.
cle No. Four of the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the Hertford
Baptist Church, charmingly enter
tained members of the Circle, their
husbands and several Invited guests
at a turkey supper, given at the
church, on Tuesday evening. The
room was beautifully decorated with
holly and evergreen.
After supper, games and quizes
The guests, aside from members
and their husbands, were the Rev.
TZTfOV MAHS SfS idnev
Mrs. E. W. Mayes, leader of Cir-1 Broughton.
Mrs. Harry Tillett and daughter,
Of Elizabeth City, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sumner.
Mrs. J. P. Perry, sJr., went to
Norfolk, Va., Wednesday to attend
the funeral of her daughter-in-law's
father, Mr. Lascara.
; Miss Mary Helene Newby, of New
York, arrived last week ito spend a
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Newby.
Home On Leave
V C. P. 0. James Evart Newby, U.
j'i S. N. R., has arrived home on a 30
fjtf.day leave, after being on overseas
'i'V;' duty for the past two years.
l&osign wave fuller, u. S. N. K.,
Tapsnt several days here as the guest
of K. and Mrs. F. T. Johnson.
r Home On VurUough i "'"
Doward Jones, U. S. N., is spend
ing; a furlough with his mother,
Mrs. Addie Jones.
Week-end At Home
Ensigri J. P. Perry, Jr., U. S. N.
R., Washington, D. C, spent the
week-end at home visiting his wife
and his parents.
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Today (Friday) ! Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.-
Biaunee it r. m. mgnt j-v r. m. GENE AUTRY
"Masked Marvel" No. 12
Sunday Showa 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M.
BONITA GRANVILLE and KENT SMITH
"YOUTH RUNS WILD"
Hfonday and Tuesday Matinee 8 P. M. Mghj i 7 and 9 P. M.
ALAIN LADD and LORETTA YOUNG
Growth of Deposits
HERTFORD BANKING COMPANY
FOR PAST FIVE YEARS
June 30, 1940 $ 573,878.11
June 30, 1941 $ 729,634.42
June 30, 1942 $ 884,815.72
June 30, 1943 $1,550,620.98
Nov. 30, 1944 $2,808,782.40
We are large enough to take tare of the financial needs
of the people of Perquimans County and surrounding
territory. Call on us and consult with the officers of
this bank about your financial problems.
We are anxious at all times to be of
service in every possible way.
HERTFORD BANKING COMPANY
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We're General Headquarters for Christmas Gifts for
everyone on your list. See our big selection of Toilet
ries Smokers' N'eeds. Plan to do your shopping in
our store . . . your favorite store . . . Roberson's.
M .-itched toiletries appeal
rvrry woman. Set
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Hertford, North Carolina
Other lovely sets of Evening In Paris, .Max I-'acK.r.
Harriet Hubbard Aver and others.
Also neautilul Glassware . . . that
is inexpensive and yet is desired by
Choose Glassware as a gift . . .
from our large selection.
FOR THE MEN:
We have Pipes, Gift Cartons of
Tobacco, Billfolds, Sh aving Sets,
Ash Trays and many other useful
eifts he i Mire to like.
"On The Corner" Hertford, N. C.
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