TkE PERQUIMANS EEKLY, ; HERTFORD, N, C, FltlDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948.
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welcomed as a new; member. A very
rhteresting program concluded the
meeting, after which the , hostess
served delicious refreshments. '
(, . -: s
' Club committees for the year' for
the Bethel Ruritan Club were named
l i at a meeting : of the , club held 'last
3 Wednesday night. President Clar
f ence Phillips named E.. T. Phillips,
' J, J. Phillips and Irving C.1 Long to
the program committee. M. T. Grif
i fin, J S. Blanchard and Ernest jLong
compose, tne vieiiowsnip committee.
Finance,' J. L. Evans, 'Julian Long,
Wade Jordan; Welfare, Freeman
Long, L. A, Proctor, Joe White; Rec
reation, ' Charle Ward, W. Davis,
, Frank Ward; Economic, Dewey Per
ry, Traf ton Phillips, Howard Ward;
Farm Income, I. C. Yagel, T. R. Kir-
by, Emmett Long; Rural Church,
Ernest Long, C. R. Ward, J. L. Ev
ans) Rural Utilities, Joe White, M. T.
Griffin, E.T., .Phillips; Public High-
'; way3j Wade-;' Jordan, Freeman Long
and T. K. Kirpy.
'.Mr. Phillips also announced that
advance- ticket sales for a quartet
program being sponsored by the Run
. tan Club are now in progress.
HONORED WITH SHOWER
, Mr. and Mrs. Archie C. Riddick
were honored during the holiday va-
x cation with a miscellaneous shower
given by Mrs.', Milton Cullipher and
Mrs. S. N. Riddick,. at the home of
Mrs..S. N: Riddick.
, The decorations were of the Christ-
. mas motif.
Games and contests were directed
by Miss Madge Lane, Miss Lucille
Lane and Mrs. Milton Cullipher.
. .Those present and sending gifts
, were Misses Marjorie, Thelma and
Pearls White, Mary, Delia and Lina
;-Winslow; Marge, and Lucille Lane,
Esther Winslow, Mesdames John T.
'.' Lane, J. C Winslow, D. A. . Winslow,
Sally Davis, Luther Winslow, Ernest
White, Robert Riddick, Hattie Lane,
J.(H. Stallings, Jr., Aleck Stallings,
John Lassiter, Loftin Stallings, T. P.
; Layden,. Lessie Winslow, Ellis Stal
ling, Ida Winslow, Charlie Baker,
Earl Winslow, Archie White, Roy
Winslow; Mercer Winslow, C. T. Win
slow, Robert Winslow, Clinton Ray
Winslow, Elisha Winslow, Lucious
Winslow, Herbert Winslow and Miss
: Sallie Riddick.,
: TA mimaiinila off aif ir nnl iinA
m, uuinvi vuo Abbi av ii v ci iu uoc
ful gifts were gratefully acknowl-' . m
them for all to see. A sweet course,
HOUSE WARMING GIVEN
FOR MRS. W. P. LANE - v
The W. M. U. of the Burgess Bap
tist Church ; surprised Mrs. W. P.
Lane at her . new home on Harvey
Point Road Monday night at a house
warming. , r
Miss Myrtle Whidbee presided over
the meeting ' s 1
V.'. Mrs. Sidney. Layden, program com
mittee, rendered the following . pro
grami ' .
Hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign"; read
ing, Bible Study, by Miss Myrtle
Whidbee; prayer, Mrs. J, R. Ayscue;
reading, "Year of Commemoration"
by Mrs. J. B. Basnight; reading, "Be
ginning," Mrsi ; W..P. Lane; hymn,
"Faith of Our Father"; reading, "In
Commemoration," Mrs. V. L. Proctor;
reading, "Royal Service," Mrs. J. B.
Perry; closing prayer, Mrs. J. R. By
ley. ' " - i
Mrs. Lane was then showered with
gifts which she opened and acknowl
edged. Those present were Mrs. J. R. Ays
cue, Mrs. Sidney Layden, Mrs. V. L.
Proctor, Mrs. Howard Shaw, Mrs. J.
B. Perry, Mrs. Winston E. Lane, Mrs.
J. B. Basnight, Miss Myrtle Whidbee,
Mrs. J. R. Byley, Mrs. W. P. Lane and
Mrs. Irwin Whidbee.
Mrs. J. B. Basnight and Mrs. Wins
ton E. Lane, who were joint hostesses,
served home-made candy, sandwiches
and bottled drinks.
' WEDDING ANNOUNCED
Miss Frances May Chappell, daugh
ter of Dr. J. I. Chappell of St. Louis,
Mo., and niece of E. N. Chappell of
Hertford, will marry Dr. Byron , G.
Wilson in St. Louis Saturday, Janu
ary 24, according to an announcement
received here. " V'V .
Mr. and Mrs. t Clyde Jenkins of
Potecasi were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Copeland Sunday.
Miss Grace Chappell spent the
week-end as guest of friends in
Miss Catherine White' and Mrs.
Woodly Bundy were in Edenton Fri.
Saturday after undergoing an opera- Church met : at , the home of Mrs. . The meeting was then adjourned to
tion.at DePaul Hospital, Norfolk. James Wesley Harrell on Route Three meet with Mrs. Mamie-Cart wright on
Mrs. L. J. Winslow spent 'A few on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. I February 11, at 3 o'clock.
days last week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood gave the devo
Mrs.R. M. White of Norfolk. I tional, "That Thy Way May Be
. Mrs. J. G. White of Center HiirKnown" Mrs. Earl Hollowell gave
was a, recent visitor in the homes of the Program, "Rededication of the
Mrs. H. P. White and Dr. E. S. White Methodist Woman to Her Christian
and sisters. Work," assisted by Mrs. Jack Benton,
Mr. vand Mrs. Hilton White of Mrs- W- H- Cartwright and Mrs.
Whiteston were guests of Mr. and Ma"ie Cartwright.
Mrs. N. W. Chappell Sunday. Mrs- Eest Cartwright, Spiritual
Mrs. Laura Ward returned home 1 Life chairman, gave the program and
Friday after receiving medical treat-ihad each member repeat a Bible
ment at Albemarle Hospital, Eliza
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bright and
Ann Cartwright spent Sunday in
Suffolk as guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNider spent
Sunday at Center Hill.
Paul Vaughn of Portsmouth was
the week-end guest of relatives. Mrs.
Vaughn returned home with him af
ter spending the week with her moth
er, Mrs. Irma Dorsey.
Mrs. Claude Fields was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Mr. and Mrs. George attended the
United Preaching Mission in Norfolk
Calvin Wilson, a student at ECTC,
Greenville, spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wil
son. Mr. and-Mrs. C. P. Quincy visited
Elizabeth City Sunday
The Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Edwards
uZi tZUX :a ? a r and fami'y and Miss Emi'y smithwick
iced fruit juicea and salted nuts were I ' . - M.
served by the hostesses.
were dinner guests on Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Nixon,
J W. S. G. MEETING
The Wesleyan Service Guild of the
PREACHING AT BEREA
TU : .,.- ...:n l. .
r - V , I e iuiivwing acivitcs win ue vuii-
Hertford Methodist Church met on ducted at th. Berea Christian rhurch
weaneaaay evening at 7:dU o'clock Sunday, January 25, according to the
with' Miss Barbara Winslow. Miss l-Rev. P, E. Cayton, pastor: Bible
Kuin xucKer, president, and Mrs, U. School at 10 A. M.; preaching at 11
; 0. Fowler, coordinator, presided
f the business part of ihe meeting, at (David Marler will speak at services
j ; ul.u wuio oiu oiiu new ousmess was at 2:30 P. M., and the pastor will
discussed in making plans for this i preach again at 7 P. M.
' year's work. ; Miss Peggy Felton was'
t : . ' . y ; . Ni :.VJ. ,;"''. w. fc-s
-:.:y:'-v;;;. ... ., ,:'.-.' ; f:, xinktfztWM'klU.
. HER NEW SPRING HATS ARE HERE ( Q ' Q
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W. S. C. S. MEETS WITH
MRS. JAMES W. HARRELL
The Woman's Society of Christian
Josiah White returned home Service of Woodland Methodist rell led in oraver.
Mrs. Earl Hollowell, president, pre
sided over the business session. The
pledge Cards were passed out before
signing them. Everyone bowed in
silent prayer, then Mrs. Eddie Har-
The hostess then served a delicious
sweet course to the following: Mea
dames Earl Hollowell, W. H. Cart
wright, Harry Winslow, Ernest Cart
wright, Dennis Cartwright, George
Jordan, Ed Mathews, Mamie Cart
wright, Elmer Wood, WalHe Knight,
John Elmer Wood, Jr., Ra ph Harrell,
Moody Harrell, Eddie Harrell, W. M.
Mathews, Jack Benton, Miss Ruth
Harrell, Sylvia Knight, Joe Knight,
Faye and Candis Wood.
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