1 t rrrJTTANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FKIPAY. FEBRUARY 27, 198.
Culvin X "'.son, student at ECTC,
Greenville, was s the : reek-eml guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Wilson. - - , -
Mrs. W. E. Dean and Eromett
Dean, of f entrees s?ent Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs.' W. H. Elliott .
' Mr. end Mrs. R, Branch, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Branch and children of
Portsmouth and Mrs. Donald Skinner
of Elizabeth Qty were guests of Mr.
and .Mrs.vEniraett , Stalling on Sun-
John. Aabeil and" " son Seaton of
Norfolk were here on Monday.,
- Miss Louise Wilson,'' teacher at
Chowan High School, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. And Mrs.
:t Mr. and.Mrs. T. C. Thompson and
Mr. and : Mrs.' R, A. Newbern of
Elizabeth City spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeates.
Gary Quincy of Norfolk visited his
parents on Saturday.
f Mrs. J. C Wilson attended the
mission study at Hertford on Wed
nesday. . Mra M. S." Smith of Woodville is
spending this , week with her daugh
ter and son-in-law, Ms. and Mrs, J.
D. Yeates. " ' - 1
snow nnx NEWS
Miss Ella Cartwright spent Sunday
with Miss Carolyn Dean Harrell.
. Miss Lois Faye Benton was the
week-end, guest of-, Miss' Ann Hollo
well. Mr. jtnd Mrs. Moody . Harrell and
family visited Mrs. George Eure, who
is a patient at the Albemarle Hospi
tal, Saturday night, -if- t-:
: Miss Eunice Harrell of . Norfolk
spent "Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Harrell. : ;
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Harrell and
son Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Harrell spent Wednesday at St.
Brides and Norfolk.,..
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harrell and
Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Jdoody Harrell
and Marion visited Mrs. George Eure
at the hospital Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Sawyer of WInfall Visited her
daughter ; and , son-in-law, ( Mr. and
Mrs. Vernon Harrell, Friday. N
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winslow and
son Harry Walton of Hertford visited
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cartwright Sun
day afternoon.' , '
' The Rev. E. B. Edwards will preach
at Woodland Methodist Church Feb
ruary 29 at ' 11 o'clock.' Sunday
School will begin at 10:30.
BELVIDEIiE NEWS I
' Miss Ethel Frances Elliott of Hert
ford spent Thursday night as guest
of Miss Willie Mae Chappell. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry WUliford of
Wilson spent Sunday night and Mon
day as buests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
White. ' - " .
Mr. and Mrs. Arba Winslow of
Whiteston visited Mr. arid Mrs. W. A.
Winslow and l 8. Winslow Sunday
afternoon. " :v;.
Mr. and Mrs. Estes Copeland and
children, Raiford and Marcia, of Sun
bury were guests of Mrs. H. P. White
Sunday. : . . ,T" ,
Mrs. C. T. Rogerson, Mrs. N. D.
Chappell, Mrs. A. D, Ward and 'Mrs.
C. T. Rogerson, Jr., spent Thursday
in Norfolk. ; t : ::--y -X-. y
Mrs. Carson White and son and
Wallace Weston of Portsmouth spent
Thursday as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Weston. , , " .'- ,-.,..- '
Mrs. S. B. Smith and Mrs. W. fl.
Smith of Elizabeth City were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. 'Smith Monday
, Too Late To Qajssify
WANTED TO HIRE 1 EXPERI
t ' enced beauty operator. See Mrs. J.
H. Bagley at Hotel Hertford. Phone
. 8061, Hertford, Nf C, It
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
, Having qualified as - Administra
trices of the estate of Elihu Winslow,
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Hertford, N, C,
on or before the 24th day of Febru
ary, 1949, or 'this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This 24th day of February, 1948.
V BEATRICE W. WHITE and
,-MARY LEE JORDAN,
Administratrices of Elihu Winslow.
HOSTESS TO ROOK CLUB
Mrs. C. T. Skinner was hostess to
her rook club Friday evening at her
home on Dobb Street ' Those playing
were .Mesdames J. E. Morris, Heavy
Stokes, Julian White, G. R. Tucker,
T. S. White, Sr., Carlton Cannon, A.
T. Lane, J. R. Jarvis, R. A. Whttsy
Miss Mary Sumner and Miss Mildred
Reed. The high score prize went to
Mrs. Jarvis and low was awarded)
Mrs. T. S. White. A aweet course
was served. '-.-
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere thanks
and appreciation to my friends for
their kind thoughts and deeds during
my recent illness. Also for the Kxve
ly cards and flowers.
MRS. HORACE LONG.
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