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, THEPERQUIMAS WEEKLY,' HERTFORD, N. Jg. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1944.
, -v-.v.'-S.'. if'"' " ' v ....
ANNOUNCE ' ENGAGEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. W. .F. C. Edwards,
of Hertford, N. C, announce the en
gagement of their granddaughter,
- J'attie Bawling Edwards, to Lieut.
&) Led ferown Merrill, U. S. N. R.
Inr Wedding will take place in
J lirn '
r. 1'day At Home
i.arrell Johnson, of Richmond. Va..
f spent the Christmas holidays with
hi mother, Mrs. Charles Johnson.
' Visitors '. Here Monday
Utt and Mrs. John Lewis Perrv
; anddaughter, Jane, of Vindsor, were
guesta of Mrs. Perry's parents, Mr.
and Mr. R. M. Riddick, Monday.
Miss Pat Edwards, of E..C. T. C,
ureenville, spent the Christmas noli
Holidays In New York
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Tucker spent
the Christmas holidays in New York
with their daughter, Lieut. Polly
Holidays At Hone
Miss Marguerite Ward, of the
school faculty at Columbia, spent the
holidays with her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. I. A. Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Brinkley and
ureenvuie, spent we unnsxmas nou- - " uuu&icy nu
days with her grandparents, Mr. ana dgnter, Betsy, of Plymouth, spent
Mrs. W. F. C. Edwards. tne week-end with Mrs. Isa Tucker.
Home For The Holidays
Miss Elizabeth Tucker, of Raleigh,
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. V. N. Darden delightfully en-
and Miss Virginia Tucker, of Hamp-1 lne d . ner ?rlde .Iutb on Tues;
ton. Va.. snent the holidavs with ' ?ay ,evemn8 at buffet supper at
., Holiday Visitors
) . y" Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riddick, of
Kingston. Tenn; Mr. and Mrs. Jack
f Barker and son, of South Hill, Va.,
t spent the week-end and the holidays
l with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Riddick.
1 Home For The Holidays
I "A Miss Nancy Darden, of Norfolk,
and Miss Elizabeth Darden, a
siioent at t: t r. r.reonvtito
nt the Christmas holidays with
ton, Va., spent the holidays with
their mother, Mrs. Isa Tucker.
Russell Baker, U. S. N. R., and
Mrs. Baker spent the holidays with
Holidays With Mother
Mrs. Kelly White left Sunday fo
spend the Christmas holidays with
her mother at Lumberton. I
her home on Front Street. The
home was beautifully decorated with
a lighted tree, holly and evergreens.
After supper, the following guests
played bridge: Mesdames J. G. Rob
erson, R. M. Riddick, Charles Whed
bee, J. O. Feltqn, Herman Winslow,
W. G. Wright and B. G. Koence, and
Miss Kate Blanchard.
Mrs. Riddick was awarded hign
The hostess then served ice cream,
cakes and fruit to the following:
Mesdames Ernest Cartwright, Henry
Cartwright, Elmer Wood, Odell Cart
wright, J. W. Overton, George Jor
dan, Ashby Jordan, Ralph Harrell,
W. M. Mathews, Russell Baker. Earl
Hollowell, Jack Benton, Lowery
Carl Lewis, U. S. N., has returned
to Bainbridge, Md., after spending
the Christmas holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. ty. W. Lewis.
D. N. Towe has
Cartwright, Eddie Hayden and Miss. Washington, D. C, after spending
Artio Moo Unllnn,ll rko(n.. ...:.u u.- . . . .?
Bagley Swamp News
Miss Ruby Smith, a student at E.
C. T. C, Greenville, is spending the
Holidays with her parents, Mr
Mrs. L. A. Smith.
The Rev. and Mrs. C. R Wi
Miss Lorraine Brown, Clifford Keys
and Paul Hess, of Roanoke
j Christmas with his sister, Mrs. C. P.
yuincy, and Mr. Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Jackson, ot
Knoxville, Tenn., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson.
C. P. O. Carev Ouincv nnH fra
and Quincv' of Norfolk, Va., spent the
Mrs. C. P. Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. GeraM WnnH nt I
Portlock, Va., spent Sunday with her
vi immiURC, Vcl.f ""' "I'-'v W1LIJ Hfl
have returned to their resnertivei parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis
homes, after spending several days! Mr- and Mrs. W. H. Elliott spent
with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Winslow. Christmas Day with relatives at Roa
Lyle Thurman, of Norfolk. Va.. noke Rapils.
spent Christmas here with his wife,
Holidays At Home
Miss Elizabeth Knowles of Ra
leigh; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. RvrH and
son, Billy, of Bunn Level; Mrs. Earl
ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE SUPPER
Mrs. V. N. Darden and Mrs. W. G.
Wright were gracious hostesses to
the Tuesdav niirht bridere club when
they entertained Friday evening at
Mrs. Grace Smith Thurman
Mr. and Mrs. Archie B. White and I
HAPPY NEW YEAR
PRESENT CHRISTMAS PLAY
daughters, and Mrs. Claude Koun-
The Pleasant Grove Methodic
tree, of Whiteston. snent MmHav .nurcn of Hurdletown rendered u
guests of their parents, Mi. and Mrs.! k tma'" lr"Kram Frida.V niht,
A. J. Winslow. December 22, at 7:30 o'clock. The
Mrs. Nixon, of Rock v Hoek. !s ' entprtilnment was well attended and
"-'.v mum t'Hjoyeu.
visiting her daughter,
Miss Margaret Trueblood. of New
port News, Va., and Miss Helen
Barrett, of Fayetteville, and Miss a buffet supper at the home of Mrs.
aureus ivnowies, 01 tMizabetn City. Darden
were holiday guests
'parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. S.
Herman Ward, of Raleigh, arrived
home Saturday to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J W.
viiusvH ax name
Miflk Jonsie Edwards, a student at.
?iIeg6' Grensbr was' Returns To College
B Sliest of her narpnta Mr anH i . B .
w e- va 'ZT: ' ":;r tepnen tlmore has
es Ruth Winslow, Jayne Grn-
After supper and before playing
began, each guest selected a gift
from under the tree, and at the end
of three progressions, the winners
at each table chose their gift.
The guests included Mesdames H.
: C. Stokes, T. L. Jessup, C. M. Wiiii-
Chanel Hill to resmme hio ciA.a of T R Sumner anA M P r.iiKi.ll
the University of North Carolina, and Miss Mary Sumner.
after spending the holidays with his, MCS- Johnson was awarded high
father. score prize.
SERVICE AT WOODLAND
The Rev. J. I). Oanford will
Trueblood, a student at Central, S. C, I Ee , c. , W0"111!1" Methodist
are spending the holidavs with t.heir . n'h. San,,il' "''"g at 11 o'cIock.
, parents, Mr. and Mrs.' J. S. True- , W'" hvg,n at 10
blood I , M' An ,ff,'"'iF will be taken for
i T he Mof h.wl .-, i ...
-j u. ........ . .. ' El wood JnrHnn I' S V nnnf ' . "'-""""'' ii..uiage at ICah
eu, uie noiiuay mom Deing carriea - hvervone is nr-cl , ,((,., I
.f , Sunday with his narents. Mr and 1 '' '"'lid.
Mrs. W. If. Jordan. , .
I'll" "l THANKS
of Mrs. R. L. i The home was beautifully decorat-
And thanks a million!
Wo roalize it's hard for
von . . . all tho shortages,
Ihc curtailed services, the
wartime decreased sales
force. Hut you've been
real friends, and all of us
appreciate your coopera
tion! liny More War
Bonds anil Stamp
atherine White. Marian WMto 1
bella Evans, students at E. C.I Ernp!f mmn nf u
,lree;iville, arrived last Wed- Va., is visiting his father. S F. Ft.
I to spend the holidays at their more, during the holidays
Vnr Thoi' n1IJ ... .
fn dXT . I 1W1SS lA,UiBe :halk, of Cliarlotte,
luons BySmm, Miss Christine spent the Christmas holirfnvs win,
fs, Miss Bertha Whito
and her mi t'ntr If.. : - -ii...n
P"r thy Elliott. students, at
ell College. Rllies f'roelr uro Homo V. ,
fng the holiys at their respec-J Miss Marjorie Hefren, of Wash-
! ington, D. C, arrived home Saturdnv
and spent the holidays with her par
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. VV. Hefren.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Truebh.od and t
children spent Christmas in Fayette
ville with Mrs. Tiueblood's parents. '
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Winslow, of.
Norfolk, Va., vis'ted Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Winslow Sunday.
Miss Mary Smith and James
Smith, of Ramseur, are visiting rt-ia-tives
in the community this week.
Miss Minnie Lee Winslow accom
panied her brother, the Rev. C. E.
Winslow, to Roanoke, Va., where she
will visit for a few days.
Ray Baines, of Whaleyville, Va.,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Trueblood and family.
Wish to rvnri' , in- ..
thanks to neighbors and friends ror
their many kindnesses and the man.
gifts presented us for Christina
Mr and Mrs. T. D. Ward and Familv
I'OI I. I KY FARM
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llerttord-: lialx l'i City Highway
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an'U tiki. ..
LVa-tro-noJ works right
Hininii IS lO
'. saury transient can.
. reUevlng tniOy, weary,
taffy distress of
head colds.) Follow
( directions In folder.
The marriage of Miss Lillian
Goodwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Goodwin, of Hertford, R. 1,
1a P D II ., 11 I r f
v. u. uancii, ui., sun oi iYir. aim
Mrs. C. B. Harrell of Elizabeth City, j PINEY WOODS NEWS
It. 1, was performed on Sundav
Mrs. Ruth Chappell spent the
week-end as the guest of Mrs. Hattie
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Winslow had
morning, December 17, at lfl.Iid
o'clock, by the Rev. Howard (.
Dawkins, at the Haptist parsonage
m, l j,. , , ,, ivir. ana rars. Louis w inslow naa
the bride wore a dress of blue ., . , . ,
. ,, . as Liieir guesis on aunuay mr. ana
creDe. and hlaek areesannpe Her J .
JOE AND BILL'S
Mrs. S. G. Chappell, Mr. and Mrs.
Home For Christmas
Warrant Officer and Mrs. Bill
Miller, of Kev West. Pin anonr tht
..iDiinoo niniuays-wn Mrs. Mill-
ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B
i ij .
nnniiivn i iu aaKr whk ill i . ! i rimf.- ., . . . . ..... . .
U..a t o u j t I, . .Oliver Winslow and chi dren, Mrs.
buds. Mis3 Lucy Forehand, of Hert- T , ,n,- u; n n i,
, 1 . , , , , 1 Ida White, Walter l Chappell, Her-
tord, K. 1, was maid of honor, and l , n n . m
pin , , , . ., i bert Chappell and Maywood Chappe .
Bill Winsbw, of Belvidere, was best; . T 1
man ' I Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lee Simpson,
Art,,. u jj- ,u i i r. of Norfolk, Va., visited Mr. and
After the wedding, the couple left 1 . r t r, r.
... . . " v . Mrs. C. J. Raper Monday afternoon,
for a weddinar triD to an unannounced , v . .. .
: a i mi i. x risDury JLane visited Thomas
noint and on. rpturninir II Ko nt . '
i, T....... , i Chappell Ihursday evening
Ivi ' ok u A-t Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Keidanz, 'of New
York City, spent the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vick.
Holidays At C' nway
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Edwards
and children spent the Christmas
holidays with Mrs. Edwards' parents
Bethel, visited Mrs. Mary A. Chap
Mrs. Louis Winslow and daughter,
Lois Violet, and Mrs. Ida White vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Milton Copeland
and Mrs. Lizzie Copeland Saturday
Elbert Chappell and Thomas Chap
pell made a business trip to Eliza-
Her tl 3rd,
Mmtiee 3 P. M. Nieht'7-9 P. M.
ABBOTT and COSTELLO
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
"Captain America" No. 3
Sunday Shows 2:15? i:15 aid 9:15 P. M.
THE EAST SIDE KIDS
If ii i inn
Monday and TuesdayMatinee 3 P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M.
. v , DENNIS MORGAN and ELtANOtl PARKER
Bl'RGESS CLUB MEETS
The Burgess Home Demonstration
Club met at the Agriculture Building
Friday night ' at 7:30 o'clock. The
meeting was opened by a chorus
"Silent Night." The devotional con
sisted of Scripture readinc of the
j , . - , T , , , pen maue a Dusine
second chapter of St. Luke bv Mrs. f. ,
t: Mti, . ; beth City Monday.
Mrs. Joe Askew. i s. Purvis Chappell was the
rp. - ,, . week-end guest of her mother, Mrs.
The following program was given: Minnje Ro,tree.
Flute duet, '.'Jmgle Bel s" by Tom-1 Mra nu ,, . ,
mie Jones and Winston ' Lane, Jr.: i npM IVrTl
poem, "Christmas Tree Carol " by ZaZ C,ataWbf TfUfMiay' f'vr
Audrey Copeland: ouartet. "White ?t?"d,n the..f.Un"aLof h"r. ","th(,-
Bring your t;ir in today for a careful inspect ion ol your
tires. It is important you care for your tires Our ser
vice is the best.
If you need new tires and have the proper cii(i:i
cate we can supply you tires.
(ioodyear and L-. S. Royal Tires and Tubes
JOF AND BILL'S SERVICE STATION
"Where Service h A Pleasure"
BILL WHITE, Prop.
Christmas," by Myrtle Whedbee.
Cpl. Harry Chappell, who has been
Clarine Whedbee Sidney Uyden,
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M. Nijrfit 7 ajid 9 P. M.
: KURt KREUGER
, . ( w i . .
j Second Feature
..IadamoiseUe Fifi j li What a Night"
' A 1
ly and Frid7-,MaUee t P. M- Night 7 and 9& M.
! ; , iRENK t)UNNE nd ALAN MARSHAL-
vr . t : fit A
I Qlfc CLIFFS OF DOVER"
Jr., and Bob Layden; reading,
"Christmas Angel," by Miss Mary
Caither; recitation, "Christmas Ev
erywhere," by Hugh Copeland; quar
tet, "Come Thou Almighty King," by
Mrs. Winston E. Lane, Mrs. Sidney
Layden, Mrs. Josiah Proctor and
Mrs. J. B. Perry.
Contests were then enjoyed, wjth
Mrs. Winston hi. Lane and Bob Lay
den winning prizes.
Old Santa, assisted by Delsie
Whedbee, distributed gifts and treats
to everyone present from the big
Those present were Mr. and Mrs
Joe Askew and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Basnight, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Copeland and family, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Perrv. Mrs. H. S. Haven nnrt..
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Mathews, Mr.
and Mrs. Winston E. Lane, and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Lane and
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ward and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Whedbee
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Layden and family, Miss Mary
Gaither, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Proc
tor and family and Miss Francis
Mrs. W. P. Chappell, left Saturday
morning for his home in Catawba,
before going to Texas, where he is
Buy More War BontU
MRS. HOLLOWELL ENTERTAINS
! W. S. C. S. OF WOODI.ANTn
Mrs. Earl Hollowell entertained
the Womah's (Society of Christian
Service of Woodland
! Church at her home on Thursday
evening. '.Tne president, Mrs. Hollo
well, called the meeting to order, 'the
roll was called and the minutes of
the previous meeting were read by
the secretary. During the business
session money was taken up for two
.i i . , ,
kuiwcu cm mre n wno are orphans rn
Mrs. Hollowell then gave the les
son, using as her topic ..The Christ
mas Story," which was very Interest
ing. - "Silent Night" was then sung,
then Mrs. Ernest Cartwricrht o-atra
spiritual life program, with Mrs.
Odell Cartwright Mrs. Elmer Wood,
Mrs. Jack Benton and Mm. Ttalnh
Harrell assisting. The meeting wa
dismissed by Mrs. Jack Benton.
?. During the social hour gifts were
exchanged among all the members.
EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA
We Have the Shows
Friday, Dec. 2D
Ann Sneridan, ALxis Smith, Ja.k
Carson, Jane yman, Ireae Man
ning, Charles Buggies and
Eve Aroen in
Saturday, Dec. 30
Bob Steele and Hoot G.bson in
"SONOKA STAGECOACH '
T'Zorro's Bla;k Whip" No. 10
Sunday, Dec. 31
Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Constance Moore and
Brad Taylor in
NEW YEAR'S KVR
Stan Laurel and Oliver Ha.dy in
"inn big NOISE"
Box. Office Opens 11:30.
Show Starts Midnight
Monday-Tuesday, Jan. 1-2
Brian Donlevy in
"AN AMERICAN ROMANCE"
Also News - Cartoon
Shows 3:30, 6:10, 8:50
Features 4:00, 6:40 and 9:20
Wednesday, Jan. 3
Richard. Arlen and Ellen Drew in
"THAT'S MY BABY" -'Great
Alaskan Mystery" No, 10
I" fl (C
Betfinninj? January fiivt, all Tax Listers of
Perquimans County, North Carolina, will sit
at, the following places and on the dates men
tioned below for the purpose of listing your
PROPERTY TAXES for the year of
List In January and Save the Penalty
January 24 . ...
J;inuary In ainl 2."
Every Saturday (luring the mi ii
W i;i). List Taker
At '. liili tii:i, Ii. .M. lijskt-r'.- .-'tore
At While inn, Ralph W'liili s Store
At L. Chappeil's More
tii of January at K. I.. CuappcllV Store
Thursday-Friday, Jan. 4-5
Katharine Hepburn and
. Walter Huston in
January 6, .'!, 24
January 10, 17, Jil
January 24 .
K. S. CHAI'I'LLL, List Taker
V' J. ('. Hobbs' Store
, - J. C. Ilobks' Store at NiL'ht
- . .At Court Ilone in llei-ttnrn
19 in aft. 'moon ii t T c. ik,. trn
All other days during January at home.
J. O. WHITE. List Taker
January (J. 13..2i At Court House in Hertford
Januaiy 10 and 17 .t Couit House in Hertford
January 1, through to 31 ..At Court House in Hertford
All other d.iys during Januaiy at home
New Hope Township
SETH LONG. List Taker
Januaiy 0, l;i, 20, 27 At Community House, New Hope
January 10 At s'. V. Harrell's Store
Januaiy 2ii lAt Woodville, Ilogue's Store
Januaiy 12 At J. I!. Webb's Store, Durants Neck
All other days during January at home
RAYMOND STANTON, List Taker
Januaiy 17 Chapanoke
January 22 Winfall
Januaiy 27 (Afternoon and Night) Winfall
All other days during January at Winfall
Each farmer, owner or his agent, must come forward to report the
acreage of each crop to be harvested, or has been harvested, on nis
own, or his tenant's farm of the year 1944, also the number of acres
to be cultivated, lying out, number of bearing fruit trees, and tons of
fertilizer used for all crops.
Trepare your lists now, and save time in listing, also avoid PEN
ALTY for being delinquent after January 31st, 1945. This is required
by the State Law. See Chapter 310, H. B. 45, Public Laws of North
Carolina, Session 1939.
J. W. WARD, Tax Supervisor
PERQUIMANS COUNTY, N. C.
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