x- ' THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1944.
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1 ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT
Mi, and Mrs. Benjamin G. Koonce
Kimounc the engagement of their
daughter, Mary, Wood, to Ralph Mc
"Jlhefiy Wallace, Lieutenant, U. S. N.
JtS-$bt wedding will be, solemnized
k early In January " ' ,
Retipiu FHm New York
''' .fin&y Metaxafc has returned to
Hertford, after spending three weeks
in Naw, York City visiting hie wife.
Expected For Holidays
Major and Mrs. T. S. White, Jr.,
of Washington, D. C, will spend the
holidays with his mother, Mrs. T. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mangum, of
Newport News, Vt pent the week
end with her mother, - Mrs. L. W.
flome For Holidays
Miss Pauline Reavis, a student at
Greensboro College, Greensboro, will
arrive home this week to spend the
Christmas holidays with her par
ents, the Rev. and Mrs. B. C.
Week-end Visitors '
r Lieut and Mrs. - Julian Jessup
were week-end' guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. 8. Sumner. -
Sick At Home
E. W. Mayes was confined to his
home several days this week be-!
cause of sickness.
Home For Holidays
Zach Toms White, of Springfield,
Mass., arrived- home Thursday to
spend the Christmas holidays with
his mother, Mrs. T. S. White, Sr.
Mrs. J. G. Campbell, of Caroima
Beach, arrived Wednesday to spend
the holidays with her mother, Mrs.
C. V. Williford.
SEE THESE AT
Hertford, North Carolina
Matinee .1 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.-
, SPENCER TRACY i .
$ SIGNE HASSO m
; -in "California Joe"
"The Seventh Cross" ..Captain America- no. 2
Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. 1
Monday and Tuesday Matinee .S P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M-r
: MONTY WOOLLEY and JUNE HAVER ' ":
v : IRISH EYEME ' iii'
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7 and P. M
' ' , DOUBLE FEATURE . ,
"The Missing Juror" 'Falcon In: Mexico"
1 rhnrsday and Friday Matinee 3 P. M.k Night 1 and 9 P. M. , l(
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Visitors Here Sunday
Mr..and. Mrs. .Mickey Hooper . and
children, of Elizabeth City, spent
Sunday as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Mayes.
Concludes Visit to Mother
Mrs. J. H. Bagley returned to her
home at Virginia Beach, Va., Satur
day, after spending several days with
her mother, Mrs. C. V. Williford.
College Students Home
Miss Ida Lee White, Misa Dot
Edwards and Charlie Skinner, stu
dents at Louisburg College, arrived
Thursday to spend the holidays at
their respective homes.
Mrs. C F. Lattimore has returned
to her home at Kings Mountain, af
ter spending last week with her
mother, Mrs. R. T. White.
Attends Funeral Here
Henry Sawyer of Fort Bragg, at
tended the funeral of his sister,
Mrs. W. I). Landing, here last week.
Returns From Florida
Mrs. J. S. Vick has returned from
Key West, Fla., where she spent
Week-end With Mother
Lieut. T. S. Nixon, III, of Norfolk,
Va.. BDent the week-end with his
mother, Mrs. T. S. Nixon, Jr.
In New York
Steve Stevas left this week for
New York City, where he will spend
the holidays visiting his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. IS. F. Pollard and
son, Bill, of Wilmington, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Elliott.
HOSTESS AT BRIDGE SUPPER
Mrs. W. H. Hardcastle entertained
her bridge club on Thursday evening
at her home on Dobb Street. After
bridge had been enjoyed for some
time, husbands of the wives present
arrived for a buffet supper, which
was served to the following: Mr. and
Mrs. Trim Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Whitley, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas
Futrell, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Daven
port, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Jessup, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Newbold, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Winslow, Mrs. Walter H.
Oakie, Miss Frances Maness, Miss
Mae Wood Winslcw, Miss Mary
Gaither and Lieut. Shelton White:
High score prize was awarded to
Week-end With Mother
Claude Brinn, of Newport News,
Va., spent the week-end with his
mother, Mrs. Rosser Brinn.
Home For The Holidays
Mrs. J. W. Zackery and daughter,
Nancy, left Monday for Booneville,
where they wijl spend the holidays
with Mrs. ZaCkery's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chalk and
daughter, of Cherry Point, will ar
rive here today to spend the holidays
visiting Mrs. Tiaker Wood and Mrs.
Friday In Norfolk
Mrs. Baker Wood and Miss Hulda
Wood spent Friday in Norfolk, Va.
Week-end At Home
Miss Hulda Wood, R. N., of Tar
boro, spent the week-end with her
mother, Mrs. Baker Wood.
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Helen WilloughLy was hont
ess to her bridge cluib last Wednes
day evening at the home of Mrs. R.
E. Vickers. Those playing were
Mesdames H. R. Christensen, Al
Kenton, R. E. Vickers, J. L. Harris,
Vivian Mathews, W. E. Drake, and
Willis Jessup, Misses Chic Stephens,
Alma Lesrgett, Tuck Cha pnian, Nettie
Day and Joyce Harrell.
.High score prize went to Mrs.
Kenton, second high was awarded
Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Harris
received bingo prize.
A dainty sweet course was served.
Our Christmas i
We DO NOT CONSIDER OUR CHRIST
MAS COMPLETE UNTIL WE HAVE, EX
PRESSED our Season's Greetings to
THOSE WITH WHOM WE HAVE BEEN
ASSOCIATED IN THE PAST YEARS. It
CIVES L'S A GREAT DEAL OF PLEASIHE
TO EXTEND THESE GOOD WISHES BE
CAUSE WE KNOW TMF VlU't OF
FRIENDS LIKE YOl'.
HILDA'S BEAUTY AND DRESS SHOP
1IKRTFORI), N. C
jJ tk & & & $ & $k & $ $ $ & $ '& $ & $ & & '$ $ & & & $ $ & & $ $ & $ '& 8 $
CHRISTMAS FOOD FEATURES !
Move on Eden ton Road
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry and chil
dren moved last week from Church
Street to their new home on Edenton
Here For Holidays
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Barefoot and
children, of Richmond, Va., spent the
week-end with Mrs. Barefoot's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. White. Mr.
Barefoot returned home Sunday, but
Mrs. Barefoot and children remaineu
for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMullan and
daughter, Edwina, of Greenville,
spent the week-end as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Vick.
Home For Week-end
Mrs. Allan Ruddock, of Richmond,
Va., spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. White.
Week-end With Parents
C. P. 0. Murray Vick, U. S. N. R.,
Norfolk, Va., was the week-end guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Move To Grubb Street
Mr. and Mrs. . Walter Edwards
movdd last week from their home on
t-nurch Street to the residence on
Grubb Street formerly occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kelly.
To Florida -.
Mrs, W. E. Griffin, Jr., who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
.Mrs. J. "H. Newbold, left this week
for, Florida, f
, Stephen Elmore, a student at the
University of North Carolina. Chapel
Hill is spending the holidays with
Thursday In Lbuisburg
Mrs. RE. Vickers attended ' the
Wooten-Sanderlin wedding in Louis
burg on Thursday. .' . V
EXECUTIVE GROUP ' TO MEET"
. The executive committee of the
Hertford Baptist Church .will meet
EMBRALD LARGE BUDDBD
Walnuts ib 41c
Mixed Nuts 45c
rtg. 1 7C
Mince Meat BelMJ
R Saamaid Seediest
a 1 SIRS 15.01 Package
Apple Sauce Whife.
Tfc T J Mb 10. Mb
rure iaru otn ioc
Apple Jnice Mott''
Relish s-oi jarlOc
Tea Gardea Coaeerd Grape
Preserves 1 j.r2"C
Rajral Cheiee Biaf
Syrup J 38c
f Winesao Apples ...5 lbs. 4bc
r -Ki RoCbof 7fl
It ViOl IV 1 UUijJtv i "
i Delicious Apples --5 lbs. 55c
I Per box $4.49
Grapefruit 3 for 2 h
Spinach 3 lb?. 25c
1 5 pounds 33c I iw Beans, lb. ... 23
Collards 2 Ik 15c
Parsnins. lb Iflc
8 lb. bus ole
I 20 lb. bag $1.19
I rer craie .uo
I TANGERINES, box $3.75
ft ' . " w
Triangle Sfttf" 46c
Pickles 'M-T" 12c
Olives pu. ? 30c
Mother's DS Pil 20c
Mnshrooms KS 42c
Gheese ''' 'T 8c
Sugar e"'-lJ wb.431c
Gelatin s 1k., 19c
Extract "-RrpEftU 22c
DOUBLE FRESH COFFEE
GOLD LABELS 24c
TRIPLE FRESH BREAD
m -lb Loaf
SILVER Ol-lb Alp
Nabiaco Shredded I
Wheat jy lie '
i ib. 25c
Gold Medal Plain
PIaiii in Hk
' Salad Oil
and Lemon Iced
our o16oz 1 g:
Wand Paaor p
Haiaa Creaai ml Taatatt
SOUP It-oa Caa 1 1 C
i MiU Paarat
with Mrs. I. A. Ward on the evening
cf January 8rd, at 835 o'clock.'-'
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