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The Albemarle, will have an annual
Thanksgiving Day football program if
plans 'tow tender discussion between
" officials of , the 'Perquimans High
School - and . - Elisabeth City : High
'''.School are wmted..,;., iik'.,,:
.. E. C. Woodard, principal of the
local school, announced this week
' that agreements whereby Perquimans
and Elizabeth City tms will play
, each Thanksgiving Day 'are now un-
;;ier consideration nd it appears that
-contracts will be signed binding the
' pact. According to the plan the game
will be played each year, with the
teams acting as joint hosts and divid
in? equally the receipts ''after, ex-
. senses are deducted. . The plan calls
for the first game in 1948 to be play
ed at Elisabeth City and the' second
year at Hertford?' Each year there
after t'.e term will alternate the
. . game br tv eca the two towns.
jTerruimans ' Baseball
'Directors Met Tuesday
a Directors of the Perquimans County
fcasebaii team met v in the Court
House at Hertford Tuesday night for
a report from various members in
-regard to the plana for the team for
the coming season in the Albemarle
League, ' Joe H. ;Levinson, business
'manager of the' club, reported that
the local directors have contacted a
. number of outstanding .players re
garding contracts and some of these
players are expected to be signed
shortly. At the present Ed McCarthy,
catcher for Duke University, is the
, only player signed to a local contract.
McCarthy will manage the local club
. this season. o '';
Local pfayers definitely counted on
to play for the Indians this summer
are Harmon Young, Red " Kimbrell,
. Bud Cayton and Joe Nowell. Jack
Craig and several other Perquimans
players may be lined up on the local
roster
The rati i Home I- Mox'.r :.1m
Club met Liom! y aternoon, Uarch
22,v with 13 members present. ( .
The opening song "Must Jesus
Bear the Cross Alone" was sung and
the devotional, Luke, 9th chapter, was
read by the president, Mrs. Joe Ward,
followed by a prayer by Miss Gertie
Chappell. t ?, - - .
-Mrs. S. M. Long and Mrs. Dan
Simpson gave a reading report on the
meeting in - Amsterdam, which was
enjoyed by all ,,
'All club members were invited, to
heat1 Mr. Mobley at the Agricultural
Building on April 6th,
The report of the County Council
meeting on March 5th Vas given by
Mrs. E. T. Phillips. ; -. :
Mrs. Ward gave each member
names of people in the Netherlands
and asked each one to contribute in
some way to. them, either write or
send something that will help them.
A verjA Interesting reading on tu
berculosis was given by Mrs. E. T.
Phillips' and also one on cancer was
given by Mrs. J. J. Phillips. ;
A demonstration on "Fashions For
Windows," waj given by Mrs. E, J.
Proctor.
The contest was won by Mrs. C. E.
White, after which the hostess served
cookies and iced tea to the following
members and visitors:
Mrs. J. P. Ward, Mrs. L. A. Proc
tor. Mrs. Leroy Gfoodwin, Miss Gertie
Chappell, Mrs. W. D. Perry, Mrs. J.
J. Phillips, Mrs. E. T, Phillips, Mrs.
E. J. Proctor, Mrs. Dan Simpson,
Mrs. C. E. White, Mrs. W, P. Long,
Mrs. S. M. Long, Miss Blanche Good
win, and the following visitors: Mrs.
W. H. Baker of Washington, N. C,
Mrs. T. C. Chappell, Sarah Ward and
Jackie Goodwin.
lowers. '"
The three-courss dinner was served
buffet style to the folio ins: ,. Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Spivey and family of Rich
mond, Mr. and 'Mrs. Elmer Wood and
son George, Mr. J and Mrs. "' Wallie
Knight and daughter, Mr: and Mrs.
Elmer Wood, Jr., and children, Mr,
and Mrs.1 Edward Benton and family,
Mr. and Mra. E. :E. Britt,r Wilson,
N. C' Mr. and 'Mrs. E. W. Long and
daughter Mr., and Mrs. Fred. Math
ews and family, J. T. Britt, Mrs.
Mary B. Keaton of Colerain, Mrs. J.
W. Paul and son' of Ogden, Utah, Bob
Keaton, Miss Annette. Cannon and
Mr. -and Mrs. Howard 'Mathews and
family, ( ( -' ' ,
The children were favored with an
faster egg hunt on the lawn during
the afternoon, with Jimrnie Paul win
ning the prize for finding the-most
eggs. - '
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
, Mrs. C. E. Johnson was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home. Those playing were Mes
dames H. C. Stokes, T. L. Jessup, C.
M. Williford, G. W. - Barbee, M. K.
Campbell, ' Miss Helen -Morgan and
Miss Mary Sumner. The high scdre
prize went to Mrs. Stokes and float
ing prize was awarded 'Mrs. Campbell.
A sweet course was served.
HOSTESS TO ROOK CLUB
FAMILY REUNION '
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mathews
were most charming host and hostess
to members of her family arid friends
at a family . reunion at. their home
near Burgess on Easter Sunday. The
dininpr room and living room were
a,
Hertford Oil Co.
Mrs. Clinton Eley was hostess to
her rook club Thursday evening at
her home. Those playing were Mes
dames Martin Towe, Willie, Ainsley,
George Beck, Alfred Lane,. J. T. Lane,
Tom Cox, Jim Bass, Slifton Haskett,
Jimmy Stallings, E. C. Woodard,
Thomas Tilley. The high score prize
went to Mrs. Haskett, second high to
Mrs. Bass, floating to; Mrs. Cox and
the low score' prize was awarded Mrs.
Towe. A salad course was served.
WHAT BECOMES OF GIFTED
I YOUNGSTERS 7
! Do brilliant children fulfill their
great promise when they become
adults? You'll find the answer to
this absorbing question in a timely'
article on child psychology in the
April 18th issue of ,
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