' THE PERQUIMANS Y.'ETKLY. ErTFC'D, N. C'miY, JANUARY i
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Mri RiriHii-k Channell left last
Thursday for Durham, where Bhe Will
visit Mrs. W. A; Fulford for week
and. then she will spend a few days
'with her son, Joseph Chappell, in
Charlotte, before returning home. -
From Newport News ...
Ray Jordan of NewportyNews spent
the week-end with his parents, Mt.
and Mrs. A. F. Jordan.
Tuesday Guests i
Mr. and Mrsr Carey Privott arid
children, Mr. and Mrs. Kyree Cope-
land spent Tuesday, t with Mr. and
' Mrs. R. K. Lane.:y,v:
From Newport NewV
Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Sutton and
children from Newport News spent
the Week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T.
From Elisabeth City
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward and
daughter, Martha Anne, from Eliza
beth City spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Sumner.
Mrs. Nellie Pierce left Wednesday
for Charleston, S. C, where she has
accepted a position.
Miss Nancy Zachery, a student at
ECTC, Greenville, spent the week-end
. with her mother Mrs. J. W. Zachery.
Week-end At Mayesville
Miss Pat Morris and Miss Mary
Belle Stott spent the week-end with
Miss Stott'a parents, 1 the. Rev. and
Mrs. Stott, at Mayesville, N. C.
From Norfolk ''V
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jarvig of Nor
folk spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Jarvis.
On Trip -
Miss Virginia Tucker - left last
Thursday with some friends on a mo
tor trip to the west coast.
Sunday At Mackeya ' . '-". 1 '
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Dayenport and
Miss Ruth Schroeder visited Mrs. W.
S. Davenport at Mackeys Sunday.
From Gatesville ;' '
Mrs. Elizabeth Crouse of Gates?
ville spent the week-end with Mrs.
Olivia Hobs and Mrs. Charles John
son. ' j-. .; .
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Barbier and sons
have returned, to their home in Pax
ton, 111., after visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C: F. Reed, for several
In Booneville '
Mrs. J. W. Zachery left this week
to visit relatives at Booneville. She
was accompanied there by her broth
er, Carroll Transou, who has befen
her guest for several weeks.
R. E. Phillips from Washington,
N. C, spent Friday as the guest, of
Mi-, and Mrs. R. B. Sitterson.
Tuesday In Norfolk
Mrs. H. C. Stokes, Mrs. T. B. Sum
ner, Mrs. C. M. Williford and Mrs. V.
N. Darden spent Tuesday in Norfolk.
M. W. Abbitt of Norfolk spent
Monday night with Mr. and Mrs, W.
Talmadge Rose, Jr., a student at
the University of North Carolina, was
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Lindsay Winslow and Miss Barbara
Herman " Winslow, T. B. Sumner,
Charles Whedbee and the hostess.
Mrs. Darden - received high score
prize and Mrs. Koonce received law,
A sweet course was served. ..' M
; ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
: Mrs.' Max R. Campbell entertained
her bridge club Tuesday -evening at
her home on Church Street,: Those
present were Mesdames W. J. Kanoy,
C. E. Johnson, G. W. Barbee, H. C,
Stokes, C. M.' Williford, T. L. Jessup,
C. R. Holmes and Miss Mary Sumner.
The high score prize went to Mrs.
Jessup. A sweet course was served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. J. R. Futrell entertained her
bridge club Thursday evening at her
hcraie. Those playing were Mesdames
a A. Davenport, Trim Wilson, S. P.
Jessup, W. H. Hardcastle, J. H. New-
bold, Miss Mae Wood Winslow. and
Miss Ruth Schroeder. The ; igh
score prize went Ho Mrs. Newbold. A
salad course was served. ,
MINNIE WILSON'S MEET
TTia Minnie Wilson Missionary So
ciety of the Methodist Church met
Monday night with Mrs. Jake White
at her home on Grubb Street Mrs.
W. W. Trueblood had charge of the
program. Mrs. Hettie rttnci gave
the devotionalX There were 24 mem
bers present. After the business
meeting the hostess served refresh
Sunday In Williamston I-
Mrs. J. R. Futrell and Mrs R. D.
Elliott spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. R. D. Elliott, Jr., at ' Williams
ton. ' 1
Miss Katherine White from Rich
mond spent' the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. Lindsay Winslow and Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Riddick.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hoskins from
Edenton spent Sunday "with Mrs.
Olivia Hobbs and Mrs. Charles John
son. Saturday Guests ' ' f
Mrs. C. N. . Griffin, Mrs. Morris
Griffin and daughter, Miss Jane Grif
fin of Edenton, were the guests Sat
urday of Mrs. Charles Johnson and
Mrs. Olivia Hobbs;
Sunday At Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caravello, Mrs.
John Moore, Miss Alice Babb and
Wallace Barrow spent Sunday in
Wilson as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday In Franklin V;
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gregory and
children spent Sunday visiting friends
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Mrs. Frances Lutrell of Knoxville,
Tenn., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Joyce, j. , v
Teddy Brown, USNR, visited
friends in Hertford over the week
HONORED AT LINEN SHOWER
Miss Helen Mae White, bride-elect,
was honored at a linen shower last
Thursday evening, January 15, given
by Miss Ruth Tucker and Miss Eva
Harris at the home of Miss Tucker.
The homo was decorated with gla
dioli, ivy,; fern and Hunted candles.
The honoree was presented a cor
sage of red, carnations. Wishes for
the bride were written by the guests
ana compiled into a bride's book.
The game of cubical hearts was
played, with Miss Frances Celey win
ning the Ugh score, after which the
honoree opened and acknowledged her
nmny ioveiy guts.
. Orange fruit cake, whipped cream,
nuts, mints and coffee were served to
the 32 guests present
honors' brideIelect t . ;
Mrs. Julian A. Whit and M n
M. j Jackson f. were hds'tesses at a
shower riven at tha bnma n M
Jackson honoring' Miss Thelma Lay-
aen, onae-eiect. Twenty guests were
present and enjoyed the evening with
games of ' binsro. i The honoree WAS
presented many useful and beautiful
gifts. ' A sweet course was served. ("
DELLA SHAMBURGERS MEET '
The Delia Shamburcmr Dfioainnow
Sociky of the Methodist Church met
Monday night, with Mrsj W. H. Pitt.
Mrs. W- Cf Cherry had charge of the
Mrs. W. H. Pitt, the leader, had
charge of '' tha business ; meeting.
There were 17 members present. Mrs.
D. L. Fouts and .Mrs.. Jans Duk-,
two new members, were added at the
meeting. After the business meeting
and program, a social, hour Was en
joyed and refreshments, were serveJ
by the hostess. ' ' v , '
Final Clearance Sale
INCLUDING WOOLENS, GABARDINE, CREPES i
, " All Colors Sizes 9 to 24
, ' .One Rack of Dresses Nowl $3.9 ;
One Rack of Dresses Now. i -l $5.98 x :
s These are good values and it will pay you to drive out to ,.
X Woodland Circle and select seyeral at these bargain prices ".
WOODLAND' DRESS SIIOPPE
Dobb Street Extended Mrs. Ellie Goodwin Lewis, Mgr.
W. M. S. MEETS
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Baptist Church met Monday
night January 19, at the church with
Mrs. I. A. Ward presiding.
The meeting opened with a hymn,
"Faith of Our Fathers," prayer by
Mrs. Ward. After the roll call of
circles, Mrs. Jim Bass read the min
utes of the last meeting. Business
was then discussed. Mrs. Carroll
Holmes gave the devotional. The
hymn for the year, "Jesus Shall
Reign" was sung. I
Those taking part on the program
were Mrs. Mark Gregory, Mrs. Vivian
Darden, Mrs. Henry Lewis, Mrs.
Charlie Elliott, Mrs. Josiah Elliott
and Mrs. J. T. Lane. Mrs. L. W. Nor
man closed the meeting with a prayer.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Kate Blanchard . was hostess
to her bridge club Tuesday evening
at - her home. Those playing were
Mesdames B. G. . Koonce, W. G.
Wright, J.; O. Felton, V. N. Darden,
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Hertford, N. C.
Today Friday; '
Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
, Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
' JQHNNY MACK BROWN
"Code of the Saddle"
"Forest Rangers'! No. 7
Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M. "
PAT .O'BRIEN and ANNE JEFFREYS
Monday-Tuesday: Matinee 3 P. M.. 'Night 7-9 P; T.
LIZA BETH SCOTT and JOHN HODIAK-
HONORED AT CAKE CUTTING
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Skinner and Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Pitt were hostesses at
a cake cutting Friday evening at the
home of Mrs. Pitt, given in honor of
Miss Helen Mae White and Charles
Murray, whose marriage took place
Saturday, January 17.
The house was beautifully decorat
ed, with white bride's flowers and
evergreens and lighted candles.
Bride's cake, salted . nuts and ice
Cream were served to the 50 guests
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M. ' i -
DON AMECHE 7
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CATHERINE McLEOD ' ' , jiivii! t.nrKtlARTi
"That's My Man" aJokeon" :
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Thursday-Friday r Matinee 3 Pt'M, Mght'7-91 P.' Bt '' ' ' ' t"' ,
. i ' DENNIS MORGAN and ANDREA KING
"MV VJIID ISIS" :ost"
-100 virgin wool short
coat that makes news
, 'cause, it's boxy. Wear it
v everywhere over everything.
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THE COURT HOUSE
SPECIAL SALE SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK
LtAspiin 1 lc . Vyeth Amphojel
St. Joseph Mineral OA $1.50 twelve-ounce bottle V ' A Oj?
Oil 0C Special price , . D.XsUt3
St Joseph Milk YJA $1.25 Value 60 Tablets t T 1C
of Magnesia UtC -Special price u) 1 1 D
don't guess.. . Pr ivinp
BE SURE WITH T I I I I II C WECARRYA ,
A TAYLOR FEVER 17 I COMPLETE LINE OF
JNwar . -4ssst- RIT DYES
From Flpfniliril '
d 1 25 dJO 50 iticiciiiuwi In A11 New Dark Shades
All Kinds of Vitamins
UPJOHN'S SUPER D CONCENTRATE T f i. n i,
Upjohn's Super D Perles f1 HJJ 1 00 ill 11116$
Special price tDls0 ' - ' ,
supn-faps,oos $3.25 sndCqmhs
Pentro A-B-D-G Capsules , (fi l .AA )ftg'
Special price . DJLclIU suOC up '
PR0TECTY0UREYES- Specials For Jouf Daby
- HAVE PLENTY OF n, ' ; L 1
Oleum Percomorphum, 50 cc . , . 1 An AA
I" Lin IL $3-35 Value. Special M. tDJUU
Light Bulbs trzp;!:::-6'Sc
.-, We Have ' Vi-DayUn, 90'cc', ;Si,.r; . QCp
' Special price ' - .....'... 3
SOLAR EYEASE BULBS DeWitt's Cough Syrup - , -
25c value. -Special 'k- .:..L. ,:..J.L: . AtyL
'In All Sizes Pentro Cough Syrup '-f V , - - ; - (
, ' Special price ' . .1 ! ' ir. I .V . ' 1 iC
Heat Lamps ti 20 . ..PR?3 :
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:-?; ;. COLD WEATHER V; CiJ
"Use" where heat is prescribed I .l ..," , '
'. ' ' LUlLJ 4-oz. Cottle a
by doctor or for general t , . t -.
' household auxiliary heat, ' -Rfln ' K ' " ' ' ?" "n
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