THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. C.t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 194S.
I . ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mrs. George Ervin Fields announ
ces the engagement of her daughter,
Maude Jeanette, to Guy Wesley Pitts,
t, Lieutenant (Jg)r"United States
ival Reserve, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Pitts, of Jonesboro, Arkansas,
e wedding will take place in March.
la Seaeel at Rhode Island
1 Alfred Williams, Jr., has entered
jMartin Hall School, Bristol, R. I., as
a Student He will be there for
George Butler, U. S. A., arrived
home Sunday to spend his furlough
rah his mother, Mrs. George Butler.
Ie has been on overseas duty for
he past two years.
1 ieut. and Mrs. Edmond Lyles, of
nerry" Point, and Ensign David
duller, USNR, were the. week-end
quests of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Johnson.
Visiting In Nw York
1 Miss Kate Blanchard went to New
"ofk last week to visit her brother.
. May in Raleigh
The Rev. and Mrs. Howard G.
awldns and Miss Marguerite Wardi
intended the Founders' Day program
xuereaiin uollege, Kaleigh, on
I Mr. and Mrs. Runert Ainslev. of
loyock, spent the week-end as the
ruesta ol the Rev. and Mrs. Howard
Lieut H. R. Christensen arrived i
unday to spend his leave with his'
ife and Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Darden.
ieut Christensen has been on for
"gn duty for the past few months,
ieut and Mrs. Christensen went to
due to colds
are eased, sticky phlegm loosened up,
irritated upper breathing passages are
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"Sensations of 1945"
Sunday Shows 2:15, 1:15 and 9:15 P. MI
LEO GORCEY GABRIEL DELL
onday and Tuesday Matinee 3 P.
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M, Night
"Storm Over Lisbon"
Lhuraday and Friday Matinee S P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M4,
, vak all star cat ' .' A ' : . M
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Nags Head Tuesday to spend a few
days at the Stokes cottage.
Ill At Home '
B. F. Ainsley is confined to his
home because of illness.
In General Hospital
C. E. Walker is a patient at Gen
eral Hospital, Norfolk, Va., where
he went for observation and a possi
Week-end at Home
Miss Nettie Day spent the week
end with her parents in Oxford.
Mrs. Clinton Eley and infant son
have returned home from Suffolk,
Va. Both are getting along nicely.
Sunday at Mackeys
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Davenport and
son, Carlton, spent Sunday at Mack
eys, visiting Dr. Davenport's mother,
Mrs. W. S. Davenport. It was Mrs.
Davenport's 82nd birthday and was
celebrated by all the family that
could be present
Lieut. Shelton White, USNR, and
Mrs. J. N. White, of Norfolk, Va.,
were week-end guests of Mrs. R. T.
Home For Week-end
C. P. 0. Edward Byrum, USNR,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Byrum.
Mrs. J. J. Moore and children,
Mrs. G. R. Anderson and children, of
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end as
guests of Mrs. S. T. Sutton.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Hooper and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Mayes. Mr. Hooper is
stationed at Cherry Point.
In General Hospital
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson entered
General Hospital, Norfolk, Va., last
week and has had a minor operation.
She is getting along nicely.
Sunday at Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stokes and
children, Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Darden
spent Sunday at 'Nags Head.
Warrant Officer and Mrs. William
Miller left Wednesday for San Fran
cisco, Cal., after spending the past
week with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Vick.
Miss Marie Fowler, Mrs. T. B.
Sumner and Mrs. Bill Jessup spent
Tuesday in Norfolk.
' Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
coming: Around the
"Captain America" No. 11
M. Night 7 and 9 P. M,
7 and 9 P. M.
4 p"" , A
Sick At Home
Mrs. C. T. Skinner has been con
fined to her home for the past week
because of sickness, but is somewhat
improved. . ' i
Lt Bill Jessujt USNR, Newport
News, spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Sumner.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMullan and
daughter, Edwinar of Greenville,
spent the week-end with relatives in
Sunday In Portsmouth
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Reed and son,
Lindsay, and Miss Mildred Reed
visited D. F. Reed Sunday at the
Portsmouth Naval Hospital.
D. J. White, Jr., USA, who has
been serving on foreign duty, is
spending his furlough with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. White, on
Route 3, Hertford.
Mr. and Mrs. James Layden and
daughter, Billie Burke, of Newport
News spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. C. I. Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Towe have
had as their recent guests the latter's
mother and sister, Mrs. J. B. Mills
and Miss Ruth Mills of New York
City. They were enroute to Alabama
for an extended stay with relatives
and friends. I
CIRCLE NO. FIVE MEETS
Circle Number Five of the Wom
an's Missionary Society of the Hert
ford Baptist Church met on Tuesday
evening with Mrs. Josiah Elliott.
Mrs. Hudson Butler had charge of
the program on "Stewardship." Mrs.
I. A. Ward opened the meeting with
prayer and those taking part on the
program were Mrs. Simeon Chappell,
Mrs. Warner Madre, Mrs. Hudson
Butler, Mrs. Charlie Elliott and Mrs.
Norman Elliott. Mrs. Norman El
liott rendered a solo "Help Somebody
Today." Mrs. D. M. Jackson dis
missed the meeting with,prayer.
Those present were Mrs. Warner
Madre, Mrs. Hudson Butler, Mrs.
Josiah Elliott, Mrs. Charlie Elliott,
Mrs. Simeon Chappell, Mrs. Norman
Elliott, Mrs. Jimmie Stallings and
Mrs. Arthur White, members; ana
two visitors, Mrs. I. A. Ward and
Mrs. Leo Taylor.
HOSTESS AT CIRCLE MEETING
The Mary Towe Missionary Circle
of the Methodist Church met for its
February meeting 'with Mrs. Law
rence Towe at the Towe home on
Mrs. R. S. Monds, Jr., president,
presided at the meeting. The devo
tional was conducted by Mrs. Elton
Hurdle, assisted by Mrs. Towe. Mrs.
J. P. Perry, Jr., read the minutes and
roll call for Miss Grace Knowles,
secretary, who was absent. Reports
were given by Mrs. Perry and Miss
Jeanette Fields. Mrs. Hurdle report
ed for Miss Ruth Elliott and herself
for having sent a box to one of the
boys in service. Next month Mrs.
Marion Riddick, 3rd and Mrs. Towe
volunteered to send a box. From the
replies received from these boys they
are greatly appreciated.
After the meeting adjourned dainty
refreshments carrying out the Valen
tine motif were served by the hos
tess, assisted by her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Walter Edwards.
Mrs. J. P. Perry, Jr., will be the
March hostess at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Brinn.
W. M. S. MEETS
The Woman'8 Missionary Society
of Piney Woods Church met Satur
day afternoon at the home of Miss
Grace Chappell. The president, Mrs.
B. H. Millikan, opened the meeting
with the theme song, "Send the
Light." The devotional was conduct
ed by Mrs. V. C. Winslow. At roll
call members answered with texts on
"Brotherhood." Interesting briefs
from the Missionary Advocate were
given by Mrs. Carrie Gregory. Mrs.
F. C. White gave a talk on "Race Re
lations." The lesson from the study
book "Unfolding Drama In South
east Asia" was presented by Mrs.
T. C. Perry. The meeting was closed
with the Doxology.
A delicious salad course was serv
ed to the following: Mesdames V.
C. Winslow, F. M. Copaland, Purvis
Chappell, Callie Copeland, H. P.
Vlhite, J. M. Copeland, P C. White.
B. H. Millikan, T. C. Perry, L. J.
Winslow, T. R. Winslow, Oliver
V inslow, S. M. Winslow, L. C. Wins
low, W. L. White, Warren Spivey,
Carrie Gregory, Misses Margaret ana
Lacy While and Grace Chappell.
The Wedding of Miss Maggie Lane,
daughter .of Mr. and Mrs, Ben Lane
of Route 2, and Lawrence Perry, son
of Joseph Perry, also : of Route 2,
wns solemnized Saturday afternoon at
4 ' o'clock,; at the- Methodist District
Parsonage, in Elisabeth City. ' The
R2v; Ji Herbert Mailer, uncle of the
The 'bride woriTi blue ? twit with
iratching accessories nd her cor
sage was of red rosftbuds, -
, The cdrembny aa idtrieW by
members of, . family and a few
friends' of .the" young conpte.' ,
5 Both Mr. arid Mrs. Perrjr attended
Perquimans' County schools "v " -
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. Charles Whedbee entertained
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home. Those enjoying the even
ing were Mesdames B. N. Darden, B.
G. Koonce, W. G. Wright, J. 0. Fel
ton, William Tucker, Herman Wins
low, J. G. Roberson and Miss Eloise
Scott. High score prize went to Mrs.
Darden, second going to Mrs. Koonce.
A salad course was served.
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Joyce Harrell was hostess to
the Wednesday Night Bridge Club at
her home. Those .enjoying the even
ing were Mesdames R. E. Vickers,
Al Kenton, W. E. Drake, Jimmy
Johnson and Vivian Mathews, Misses
Nettie Day, Helen Willoughby and
High score prize went to Miss
Willoughby, second high to Mrs.
Johnson, 'nd Mrs. Mathews received
the bingo award.
A dainty sweet course was served.
ENTERTAINS GIRLS' AUXILIARY
Mrs. R. E. Vickers was hostess to
the Girls' Auxiliary of the Baptist
Church on Friday evening, when she
entertained at her home. The Valen
tine motif was carried out in the
decorations. Bingo was enjoyed and
refreshments were served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. J. E. Winslow entertained
members of her bridge club on Friday
evening at her home. Those playing
were Mesdames C. A. Davenport, J.
R. Futrell, S. P. Jessup, L. W. An
derson, J. . Newbold, H. A. Whit
ley and W. H. Hardcastle, and Miss
Mae Wood Winslow.
High score prize was awarded to
The hostess served a salad courso.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Charles M. Williford was hos
tess to her , bridge club Tuesday
evening at her home on Dobb Street.
Those playing were Mesdames G. W.
Barbee, Jack Brinn, H. C. Stokes, T.
L. Jessup, M. R. Campbell and Miss
Helen Morgan. High score prize
went to Mrs. Barbee, low to Miss
Morgan and Mrs. Campbell received
bingo prize. A sweet course was
Last week we incorrectly published
that Mrs. Fenton Hurdle had been
notified that her son had been wound
ed in action. The announcement
should have been Mrs. Hurdle was
notified that her husband had been
wounded. No additional informa
tion regarding Mr. Hurdle has been
received as yet.
First Spring flowers . . .
sailors, toques, calots
from $1.98 up
MRS. JAKE WHITE
2nd Floor Simon's
SOIL CONSERVATION NOTES
Soil conservation plans were com
pleted last month for R. L. Hendren,
A. E. Layden, J. H. Winslow, W. J.
Perry and John Billups.
Soil samples were taken on a num
ber of farms for analysis and fertil
S. W. Morgan on Whiteston road
constructed a sloped ditch to improve
drainage in a field that was poorly
ARE THE VOGUE
For work or pleasure you'll want an extra
jacket (plaid, checked or striped). With
just the change of a jacket you ihave a new
outfit. Stop in today and sec the new pat
terns and colors in jackets.
All wool, of finest fabrics.
these new Spring Coats
Slacks to go with these coats
in greys and checks
HERTFORD, N. C
High spirited hat beauties tonic for winter-into-Spring
wardrobes! New victorian sailors
and cloches gay berets and bonnets! An en
chanting collection of make your every cos
tume. Sec our glamorous collection today!
drained. The Soil Conservation Dis
trict assisted Mr. Morgan by doing
the necessary leveling to determine
location for ditch and to establish
William Skinner on New Hope
road plans to change three straight
sided ditches in a nine-acre field to
sloped ditches. He also plans to flush
land to center of cuts between
ditches to promote better drainage.
Super for suits, felt ca
lots and berets