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HE PERQUIMAiNS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1945
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WALLACE'KOONCE i Returns To Colter
Jimmy Felton, U. S. N. R., return
eded to his base 'Saturday, after
spending the holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Felton.
Returns To Springfield
Zach Toms White left Monday for
Springfield, Mass., after spending
the holidays with his mother, Mrs.
T. S. White, Sr.
nd lira. Benjamin
: . (jranade Koonce
request thr hono( of. your presence
at the irn.rriage of their daughter
' Mary Wood
Kali,h' McElheny Wallace
Lieutenant, United States
, . Naval Reserve
on Tuesday evening
i V January ninth
. at eight o'clock
Hertford Methodist Church
The above- invitation was issued
here this week and the public is cor
dially invited to attend.
Returns To College
Miss Barbara Winslow returned to
Guilford College this week to re
sume her studies.' after spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and
Mis. I a C. Winslow.
Mr. and Mrs. Callie Campen, of
Portsmouth, Va., spent the week
end as guests of Mrs. Jane Campen.
Mrs. J. J. Moore and children and
Mrs. G. R. Anderson and children
returned to their respective homes in
Norfolk, Va., Thursday, after spend
ing the holidays with Mrs. S. T.
etnrn Home-." -
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holt and son.
Irs. E. L7 Bass and daughter, all of Week-end Here
'""folkVa.; Mrs; Mickey Hooper, C. B. M. Charles Campen spent the
children, of Elizabeth City, re- j week-end visiting his wife and his
ed to. their respective homes last grandmother, Mrs. Jane Campen.
-It,-after spending the Christmas Mrs. Campen, who had been spend-
With Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
me On Leave
j? tr JamesvJUne, L. S. N. R,
sfton, Mass' 4s' visiting his parents,
r. and Mrs. W. H. Lane.
i Mrs. V. A. Holdren spent .Sunday
s.the guest of Mrs. Baker Wood.
ing a few weeks with her mother,
Mrs. George Butler, accompanied
her husband back.
Mrs. F. B. Stevenson returned to
Virginia Beach, Va., Tuesday after
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. N. Hollowell.
Holidays With Parents
C. P. 0. Murray Vick, U. S. N. R.,
spent the holidays with his parents,
Returns To High Point
Miss Blanche Moore Berry return-
AT BRIDGE PARTY
Misses Prue and Frances Newby
and Miss Dot Davis of Windsor,!
were hostesses at a bridge party on
Friday evening at the home of the
Misses Newby in honor of Miss
Mary Wood Koonce and Miss Pat
Edwards, brides-elect of the month.
Those playing were Mesdames n.
R. Christensen, W. E. Drake, Alfred
Kenton, F. B. Stevenson, Bill Jes-
sup, K. K. Vickers, Philip Carter,
ed to High Point Sunday, after j Marin Riddick, Jimmy Johnson ana
spending the hoUaays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Berry.
Week-end At Home
Miss Betty Holmes, a SPAR, of
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L
Return To Washington
Major and Mrs. T. S. White, Jr.,
returned to their home in Washing
ton, D. C, Wednesday, after spend
ing the holidays with Major White's
mother, Mrs. T. S. White, Sr.
Mrs. H. R. Christensen, K. N..
has accepted a position at the Mary
land University Hospital in Balti
more, Md. Mrs. Christensen left
Sunday to start her new duties.
Lieut.; RfHd Spivey, U. S. N. R., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vick
4 Gratf Jivey spent the week
& l&nV ? mother, Mrs. Hattie
..ioa Here Thursday
Misses Faye Snell and Jean Mod-
iV of Plymouth, visited Mrs. Addie
nes and friends in Hertford on
yek-nd In Norfolk
Mrs. Kelly White spent the week-
id in Norfolk, Va., with friends.
Home For Holidays
Miss Blanche Chappell, a student
ut the Franklin School of Science
and Arts, Philadelphia, Pa., was the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Chappell, Hertford, Route, 1, for
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dale, of
Ayden, spent the holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Broughton.
Returns To Duty
C. P. 0. Eugene Perry, U. S. N. R.,
returned to duty Tuesday, after
spending his leave with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Perry.
Visiting In Uuisburg
Miss Kate Iilanchard is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Yarborough
Return To Florida
Warrant Officer and Mrs. C. W.
Miller returned to Key West, Fla.,
last week, after spending the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vick. '
LjUpBrhe annual meeting of Stockholders of the Hertford
Banking Company, Hertford, N. C, for the election
of the Directors and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come before said meeting
will be held Tuesday, January 16, 1945, at its Bank
ing House between the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock P. M.
R. M. RIDDICK
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Sick At Home
Mrs. C. R. Holmes has been con
fined to her home several days this
week because of illness, but is mucn
Return To Washington
Commander Paul Clarke and his
daughter, Dorothy, returned to
Washington, D. C, Tuesday, after
visiting his mother, Mrs. R. T.
Clarke, and other relatives. Com
mander Clarke will stop
Charles Ward, Jr., and Misses Pat
Edwards, Mary Wood Koonce, Ruth
Elliott, Grace and Dorcas Knowles,
Virginia White, Patricia Stephens,
Marguerite Ward, Blanche Moore
Berry, Betty Winslow, Nancy Dar
den, Elizabeth Darden, Pauline
Reavis, Ruth Winslow, Joyce Har
rell, Wally Mayes, and Jeanette
rieius. . , ft f
Miss Marguerite Ward fS??
high score prize, and Mrs. V V
Ward, Jr., second high. Gifti
presented to the honorees.
A dainty, sweet course was served.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE
Mrs. V. L. Proctor was hostess to
a number of friends at a shower at
her home Friday night compliment
ary to Mrs. John Dauchise.
Games and contests were enjoyed,
with Mrs. Sidney Layden, Mrs. Sam
mie Sutton and Mrs. Elton Hurdle
Mrs. Dffirtise then opened and ac
knowledger! the many beautiful and
Those present were Mrs. J M
Mathews, Mrs. Pearl Hanbury, Mrs.
Elton Hurdle, Mrs. E. Y. Berry, Ca
rolyn Mathews, Bettie Lee Hanbury
Ann Mathews, Mrs. Freeman Long,
Mrs. W. R. Lane, Mrs. Sammie Sut
ton, Mrs. J. I!. Iiasnight, Mary Ruth
Wood, Mrs. Sidney Layden Mrs V
L. Proctor, Mrs. Mary J. Wood ana
e' Mrs- John Danchise.
The hostess served ice cream and
cake, with iced drinks and confec
tioneries. Mrs. Danchise, before her recent
marriage, was Miss Mary Proctor
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V L
Take Delivery Now
We are now ready to deliver to you your Spring require
ments of Fertilizer and Nitrate of Soda. We advise you
to place your order and take delivery now.
It's going to be hard to get it when you are ready to use
it. We ask you to cooperate, as Uncle Sam has recom
mended you do.
Labor and transportation will make
normal time deliveries next Spring.
it impossible to make
Be safe take delivery of your Fertilizer now and have it
on hand when you want it.
J. C. BLANCHARD & CO.. INC.
"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832
HERTFORD, N. C.
HONORED AT BRIDGE PARTY
Miss Mary Wood Koonce, bride
elect, was honored Tuesday evening
at a bridge party given by Miss Pa
tricia Stephens at her home. Those
enjoying the evening were Miss
Koonce, honoree. MesHnmoc p 1?
a few days then en m, 1 Vickers. Alfred Kant, wr v n' 1 '
uuure, vvasn., wnere ne is sta- rnuip barter, Bill
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.v., ,., niUM mamews, jimmy
, juiinson, j. i,. Ha
Returns Home j Knowles, Ruth
Miss Priscilla Stallinsrs has return- 1 White. .Toanfttt
ed home, after spending several days
as the guest (rf friends in Norfolk.
Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
"White Cliffs of
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
WILD BILL ELLIOTT
"Captain America" No. 4
Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M.
MARY LEE and RUTH TERRY
Monday and Tuesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M.
LANA TURNER and JAMES CRAIG
1.MIAGE isl PRIVATE AFFAIR"
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hobbs, of near
Edenton; Dr. J. Frank Hobbs, of
Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Hollowell, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
Wilson and son, of Norfolk, Va.,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Byrum during the holidays.
Sunday At Weeksville
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nixon, Mrs.
Preston Nixon and Mrs. Addie Nixon
Jones visited Mrs. Walter G. Symons
and daughter at the Naval Air Sta
tion Hospital, at Weeksville, Sumia...
Week-end In Norfolk
Tommy Jones spent the week-end
in Norfolk, Va., as the guest of Dan
and Jimm Munford.
Mrs. Lloyd Horton and son, of
Plymouth, are guests of her mother,
Mrs. Thomas Nixon.
rris, Misses Grace
Returns To Fort Meade
Pvt. Lloyd A. Stallings has return
ed to Fort Meade, Md., after spend
ing nis lurlough with his parents,
and Mrs. Herbert Stallings.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Newbold left
yesterday for their home in Wash
ington, D. C, after spending a week
as th guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Wednesday Matinee 3 P Mv Night 7 and 9 P. M.
, - v , j; DOUBLE FEATURE
' Fjret Feature V
j Second Feature
. MARION MARTIN
Last Ride: "Gildersleeve's Ghost"
ryiy ut Friday Matinee S P. M. -Night 7 and 9 P. M-
rilERINB HEPBURN WALTER HUSTON
4M" -"W . 4
Tuesday At Jarvisburg
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Newbold and
Mrs. C. T. Skinner spent Tuesday at
Jarisburg as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Wright.
White, Nettie Day, Helen WillouKh-
uy, luunie Williams, Helene Nixon,
Joyce Harrell and Miss Frances
Maness. High SCOre prize was
awarded Mrs. Ward, second high
went to Miss Knowles and the hon
oree received a lovely gift. A salad
course was served by the ho.-tess.
Act promptly. Mother, to help relieve
muscular soreness or tightness, conges
tion and irritation in upper breathing
passages, fits of coughing due to
colds. Rub on Vicks VapoRub ... it
PENETRATES to upper bronchial
tubes with its special medicinal vapors,
STIMULATES chest and back
surfaces like a warming poultice.
Often by morning most of the
misery of the cold is gone 1 Remember
ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this spe
cial double action. It's time-tested,
home-proved... the best-known home
remedy for reliev- m m m 4
ing miseries of f C 1 5
children's colds. V VAPORUB
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Beginning January first, all Tax Listet&of
Perquimans County, North Carolina, win sit
at the following- places and on the dates men
tioned below for the purpose of listing your
PROPERTY TAXES for the year of 1945.
List !n January and Save the Penalty
CARROLL V. WARD, List Taker
January At Whiteston, U. M. Halter's .Store
January 18 At Whiteston, Ralph White's Store
January 6, Hi, 20, 27 At K. L. Chappell's .Store
All other days during January at home.
Bethel Tow nship
R. S. CHAITKLL, List Taker
January 6, 13, 24, 27 J. C. Hobbs' Store
January 10, 17, 31 J. ('. Hobbs' Store at Night
.January 24 At Court House in Hertford
January 19 in afternoon.. - At M. T. (Irillin Store
All other days during January at home.
J. 0. WHITE, List Taker
January 6. 13, 20 At Court House in Hertford
January 10 and 17 At Court House in Hertford
January 17 through to 31 At Court House in Hertford
All other days during January at home
New Hope Township
SETH LONG. List Taker
January 6, 13, 20, 27 At Community House, New Hope
January 19 At S. F. Han-ell's Store
January 20 ... . At Woodville. liogue's Store
January 12 ... .' At J. II. Webb's St-re. Durants Neck
All other days during January a; ho !,
RAYMOND STANTON. List l..ker
27 (Afternoon and Night I
All other days during Jamiar
at Win fall
Each farmer, owner or his agent, must enmo I'm-wani t
acreage of each crop to be harest d, or iiu Imm-o harvi -own,
or his tenant's farm of the year 1!M., aUo the mini;
t he cultivated, lying out, number of heani.g I mil tire.., :
fertilizer used for all crops.
I'repare your lists now, and save time in listing, al.-o ;
AI.'l'Y for being delinquent alter January :11st, l!M-. This
ly the State Law. See Chapter 310, II.' I;. !.", I'libli.- Law
('ar-.lina. Session 1939.
J. W. WARD, Tax Supervisor
PERQUIMANS COl'NTY, N. C.
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Tuesday In Norfolk
Mrs. H. C. Stokes, Mrs. V. N.
Darden and Mrs. J. 0. Felton spent
Tuesday in Norfolk, Va. j
Week-end Visitors j
The Rev. and Mrs. Albert Sims'
and son, of Littleton, were truests of I
me itev. ana Mrs. Howard Dawkins
during the week-end.
James Boyce, S 2-c and Mrs. Boyce
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Boyce during the holidays. Boyce
has recently completed his basic
training at Bainbridge, Md.
HOSTfcSS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. G. W. Barbee entertained ner
bridge club on Thursday evening at
her home. Those present were Mes
dames H. C, Stokes, C. M. Willifcwa,
C R. Holmes, Jack Kanoy, V. N.
Darden and Jack Brinn, and Miss
Helen Morgan and Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. Williford received high score
prise for the club, and guest high
score prise went to Mrs. Brinn.
Bingo prises .were awarded Mrs.
Stokes and Mrs. Darden.
A dainty sweet course was served.
Come to our sweater show! Just un
packed, we've a big collection of soft,
warm, bright sweaters for everyone!
Long pullovers, cardigans, sleeveless
types new, new lumberjack sweaters!
Misses, women. All budget priced.
54.95 and $5.95
SKIRTS $3.98 to $7.95
ALL STYLES ALL SIZES
Come in and choose a mix-match costume today. You are
sure to like these new numbers.
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Hertford, North Carolina