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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1945
tor Lou, from Williamston are the . f
guests mis ween oi Mrs. uooawin s
father, J. V. Elliott.
Confined To Home
Mrs. Howard G. Dawkins is con
fined to. her home because of illness.
She is reported as improving.
o o o
HOSTESSES TO W. M. S.
VUiting In Florida
' ' Mrs. H. C. Sullivan and son, Jim
my, left Sunday for Bock Raton,
Flav where they will visit Dr. and
Mrs. A; D. Taylor.
', Visiting Here
Miss Marjorie Tucker, of Washmg
ton, D. C., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Williford this week.
Visitors Here Monday
' Mrs. Charles W. Parker and Mrs.
Thurman Harrell, of Edenton, spent
Monday as the guests of Mrs. Chas. '
Week-end With Pajents
Miss Jane Griffin, a student at E.
C. T. C. Greenville, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
Move To Washington I
Mrs. J. K. Wilson and daughter
went to Washington, D. C. this week
to meet Mr. Wilson. They will re
side in the capital city.
C-B. M. Charles Campen, of Char
leston,, S. C, spent the week-end
visiting: . his wife and his grand
mother, Mrs. Jane Campen.
'Returns To Duty
, Ensign Donald 0. Tabor, UISNR.,
hat returned to duty aboard ship, af
- '..ter spending several days visiting
.his wife and fily.
iTo Return To Florida
. Warrant Officer Jack Kanoy and
Mrs. Kanoy went to Biscoe this week
to spend several days with relatives,
before returning to Destin Beach,
. Visiting In Norfolk
;i Miss Mamie Stallings went to Nor
folk, Va., Thursday to visit aer
. niece, Mrs. M. K. Hodges.
-Monday In Elizabeth City
t Vra. VL W Mi-m onH Mr. I V
Everett spent Sunday in Elizabeth
City visiting relatives.
Visiting In Florida
.i ' Mrs. R. L. Knowles, Miss Grace
Knowles, Mrs. Kelly White and Mrs.
D. M. Jackson left Tuesday for
Florida, where they will spend a few
weeks visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mangum, of
Newport News, Va., and Mrs. Nor-
fleet Gardiner, of Henderson, were,
week-end guests of Mrs. L. W.
Week-end In Windsor
Miss Mary Jane Spruill spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Spruill, in Windsor.
G. I. Bullock and Mrs. Bill Deegan,
of Ayden, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Anse White.
Mrs. R. J. Bergeon, of Kalamazoo.
Mich., is the guest of her daughter,.
inrs. k. u. nancocK, ana mr. Han
Mrs. Jude Smith has returned
home, after visiting friends near
Week-end AH) Home
Miss Ida Lee White, a student at
Louisburg College, spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs. L. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hathaway at
tended the Onley-Chesson wedding at
the Methodist parsonage in Elizabeth
City on Tuesday.
Saturday With Relatives
' Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs.
Olivia, Hobbs spent Saturday as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Griffin, on the Hertford-Edenton
Visiting In Lynchburg
Mrs. D. S. Darden went to Lynch
burg, Va., last week to visit rela
tives and friends.
Week-end With Parents
Miss Prue Newby, of Windsor,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby.
Home For Week-end
Ensign Jess P. Perry, USNR.,
Washington, D. C, spent the week
end here visiting his wife and his
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinn and
daughter, and Claude Brinn, of
Newport News, Va.. spent the week
end as guests of Mrs. Rosser Brinn.
Go To Florida
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Roberts left
this week for Or'nmii, Fla., where
they will make their home.
Misses Clara, Margaret and Lucy
White were hostesses to the Wo
man's Missionary Society of Piney
Woods Friends Church Saturday af
ternoon. The president, Mrs: B. H.
Millikan, opened the meeting with
the theme song "Send the Light," af
ter which the devotional was con
ducted by Mrs. Oliver Winslow. Af
ter a business session the hymn
"How Firm a Foundation" was sung.
Interesting briefs from the Mission
ary Advocate were presented by Mrs.
J. M. Copeland. Mrs. L. J. Wins
low introduced the new study book
"Unfolding Drama In Southeast
Asia" by Basil Matthews, and gave
an illustrated and descriptive talk on
the South Pacific Islands, an area in
which all of us are interested at this
time. The meeting was dismissed
with prayer by the Rev. B. H. Milli
kan. Delicious fruit jello, cake and salt
ed nuts were served to the following:
Mesdames V. C. Winslow, F. M.
Copeland, N. W. Chappell, H. P.
White, T. R. Winslow, Claud Wins
low, Oliver Winslow, S. M. Winslow,
L. C Window, W. L. White, Warren
Spivey, George Carver, T. C. Perry,
L. J. Winslow, J. M. Copeland, F. C.
White, the Rev. and Mrs. B. H. Mil
likan, Carrie Gregory, Misses Grace
Chappell, Clara, Margaret and Lucy
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Helen Morgan entertained
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home on Church street. Those
playing were Mesdames H. C. Stokes,
T. L. Jessup, C. R. Holmes, Dennis
Holliday, G. W. Barbee, M. R. Camp
bell, Miss Mary Sumner and Miss
Alma Leggett. Hied Sffr and Kin.
go prize went to Mrs. Campbell.
Second high was awarded Mrs. Bar
bee and a second bingo prize went
to Mrs. Holliday. A sweet course
Lt. R. L. Hollowell, USNR, Mrs.
Hollowell and daughter Dianne ar
rived Wednesday to spend some time
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hollowell.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. B. G. Koonce entertained the
members of her bridge' club on Tues
day evening at her home on Church
Street. Those playing were Mes
dames V. N. Darden, J. O. Felton,
R. M. Riddick, J. G. Roberson, Her
man Winslow, Charles Whedbee and
R. S. Monds, Jr.
High score prize went to Mrs
Felton, second high to Mrs. Darden,
and Mrs. Roberson received the low
A salad course was served.
Leslie Hampto-n, USNR, Mrs.
Hampton and son spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hampton.
Mrs. Charles Goodwin and daufjh-
"Barbary Coast Gent"
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
'Swing In The Saddle'
"Captain America" No. 8
.jtSonday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M.
FREDRIC MARCH - ELISSA LANDI
"THE SIGN OF THE CROSS"
Monday and Tuesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M.
CARY GRANT - PRISCILLA LANE '
"ARSENIC AND OLD LACE"
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M.
'. . ' DOUBLE FEATURE
' First Feature
"Enemy of Women"
"Once Upan;a Time"
'ay and Friday Matinee 3 P. M. NighW 7 and P M.
' RONALD COLMAN MARLENE DIETRICH
YL ti o rum .t& svs
MARY TOWE SOCIETY MEETS
The Mary Towe Missionary So
ciety of the Hertford Methodist
Church met on Monday evening at
the home of Miss Jennette FU-UU
flJ1' Monds' Jr' was in charge
ot the business session. The devo
tional was given by Mis. EH on Hur
dle and Miss Fields gave a short talk.
Ihose present included Mesdame,
Walter Edwards, EdKar Hill, I,. W
Towe, E. McGoogan, Elton Hurdle,'
Donald Tabor, Vinrent Hill 1 S
Monds, Jr., Fred Morri Mor '
Walker, J. I, Harris, Marion Rid-
d,cJk' P- Perry, Jr., Martin Towe,
and Philip Carter, and Misses Nettie
Day, Chic Stephens, Ruth Elliott
Helene Nixon and the hostess.
A sweet course was served after
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Kate M. Blanchard was host
ess to members of her bridge club
on Friday evening at her home on
Market Street. Those playing were
Mesdames V. N. Darden, Charles
Whedbee, B. G. Koonce, W. G
Wright, J. O. Felton, Herman Wins
low, J. G. Roberson and R. M. Rid
dick. High score prize went to Mrs.
Felton and low was awarded Mrs.
A sweet course was served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Louis nr!prsnn unlnrN.'n
members of her bridge club on Wed
nesday evening nt her home. Those I
play'n were Mesdames S. P. Jess"n
W. H. Hardcastle. J. E. Win-low. 4.'
C. Thurman of Raleieh. Trim Wil
son, Edgar Hill, Llovd Horton, J. R.
Futrell and J. H. Newbold, Misses
Mae Wood Winslow and Frances
I Hign score nnze for the
went to Mrs. Futrell. and Mrs.
Thurman was awarded hio-h
prize for visitors.
I A ou.nnt - - i
j owccv i-uuif-e was servea.
BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS
Mrs. T. Ii. Jessup entertained the
members of her bridge club on Fri
day evening at her home on Front
Street. Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames C. M. WinWord. H.
C. Stokes. Jack Brinn. C. R. Holmes.
M. R. Camnbell, Misses Helen Mor- 1
gan and Esther Evans.
High score prize went to Mrs.
Stokes, low to Miss Evans and Mrs.
Brinn received the bingo prize.
A dainty sweet course was served.
CALLED TQ RALEIGH
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stephenson, Jr.,
of Victorville, Calif., have been call
ed to Raleigh on account of the death
of his mother. Mrs. Rex Stephenson,
who died In Washington Sunday.
After Inventory Sale
. LAPEE UnT
. LAMES9 PEEE
Sweaters - Skirts - Blouses
We still have a good selection of many items. Don't miss
this opportunity to save on wearing apparel . . . (iood
now and through the coming season.
SEE THESE VALUES BEFORE SALE ENDS
"Buy War Bonds With Your Savings"
HERTFORD, X. C.
Dried Beans Raby
Limas 2d 25c
Catsup B4ou.z 15c
Juice ct2 17c
2 " 41c
Florida Oranges 8 Ik. 55:
Delicious Apples ....3 !hs. 35c j
Lemons, pound 14c
Grapefruit, large size. 3 for 27c
Green Beans, lo 22c
New Potatoes 5 lbs. 35c
Old Potatoes 10 lbs. 43c
Radishes 2 bunches 15c
m inv nn Mb 4 o
runt UMniS cm XOU cm
No. 2 Can
No. 2 Can
Blue Label 4Q.
5-lb Jar 0t
Libby'f Sweet Tomato
PRESERVES Te,cidf;,i c""
Gold Medal 64c
Spry 25c Sb69c
Lux Flakes pk 23c
Lifebuoy Cakt 7c
Swan Soap cat 6c
IVma 2Su. 30c
Adrift J? 24c
ljjT"! We are
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' Mrs. Stephenson, JrV is the former
Ruth Nachman. f , t (
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