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(Returned Home
Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey Clifton Wins- Miss Virginia Tucker ha "returned
i . low announce the engagement of their
daughter, Anna Barbara, to Talmage
Rose, 'Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tal
mage Hose, Sr., of . Winston-Salem,
4N. C. The wedding will take place in
June.' . '
Sunday In Plymouth -
Miss Hasel Dail and her Week-end
guest, Miss Mary Julie Harrell, spent
Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ward at Plymouth. '
Week-end Guests '
Mr. and Mrs. H. I Halstead, Miss
Betty Holmes of Norfolk, Bobby
Holmes of Charlottesville, Va.j spent
the week-end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Holmes. -
From Norfolk' '
Mrs. J. J. Moore and children from
Norfolk spent , Monday with Mrs. S.
T. Sutton.
Sunday Gueste '
; Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Byrum of Bel
haven spent Sunday as the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward,
home after visiting friends, at Hamp
ton, Va. ,
Week-end Gueste
Mrs. Lloyd Horton and son of
Plymouth spent the week-end .with
Mrs. Thomas Nixon.
Sunday In Suffolk
Mrs. R. ' 11. Fowler
Charles Whedbee visited
Suffolk Sunday.
and' Mrs.
friends in
From Norfolk
W. J.-Seymoure of Norfolk spent
Friday with Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward
and Jarvis Ward.
Sunday Gueste
Mr. : and Mrs. Cecil Winslow and
daughters, Marjorie and Mary, were
the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Whitehurst at Newland.
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Visited Here '
James B. MacKenzie, who has spent
the winter fa Miami, Fla., spent sev
eral days here last week with friends
en route to his home at Presque Isle,
Maine.
From Covington . ?
Mrs. Roy Reed and daughter Lynn
of Covington, Va., arrived Monday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby. -
Sunday In Norfolk S
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Howell and
daughter spent Sunday in Norfolk as
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Othus
Boyce. "
Sunday Gueste ' i
Mr. and, Mrs. R. K. Lane, Mrs.
Maude Copeland and daughters, Mary
and 0. C, spent Sunday as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Spruill in
Washington County.
Sunday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Jordan and son
Ray spent Sunday 'in Norfolk visit
ing Mr. Jordan's mother, Mrs. Mar
garet Jordan, who has been quite Ul.
From Edenton
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Howell and
son of Edenton spent Saturday with
Mr. Howell's mother, Mrs. Rosa
Howell. '
Returns Home
Mrs. R. L. Smith and daughter
Paula returned to their home at
Great Lakes, 111., Friday after sev
eral weeks visit with Kr. and- &rs.
W. F Madre. '
From Edenton ' ,,','
Mrs. W. E. Hassell of Edenton ar
rived Monday to spend this week with
Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs. Olivia
Hobbs. , .,
Saturday Gueste
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hobbs, Jr- and
daughter Louanne , of Rocky Mount, rNathan Relf e.
Mrs. Charles Spencer from Florence,
S. C, and Mrs. George Hoskins of
Edenton spent Saturday as the guests
of Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mrs.
Olivia Hobbs.
FRESH AS THE FLOWERS
That's how clothes cleaned and pressed here come
home. Special care is given to all garments sent to us
for cleaning and pressing. Spots are removed care
fully and prompt service rendered.
For special treatment of ladies' dresses and coats,
we have just installed a new puff ironer for sleeves and
shoulders. This machine finishes sleeves and shoulders
of ladies' dresses and coats without leaving hard
creases in the garments.
CALL US TODA Y FOR YOUR CLEANING
AND PRESSING
Hertford Cleaners
PHONE'3851
HERTFORD, N. C.
Week-end At Princeton -Mr,
and Mrs. E. C. Woodard and
children spent the week-end with
relatives at Princeton, N. C.
Returned Home
" L. N. Hollowell has returned home
after 'spending several days last week
in Charlotte, N. C on business. '
Week-end Guests ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Johnson from
Richmond, Mrs. Elisabeth C rouse from
Gatesville spent ,, the week-end with
Mrs. Olivia Hobbs and Mrs. Charles
Johnson.
Recent Guest
Miss Katherine 'White of Richmond
spent the Easter holidays with rela
tives here.
In New York
Mrs. Kelly White and Mrs.' J. H.
Towe left Saturday for New York
City, where they will attend the In
ternational Beauty . Parlor Conven
tion. ' .
From Richmond ,: . -
Miss Polly Tucker, ,RN, of Rich
mond is spending the spring vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bev
erly Tucker.
From ECTC v
Clarke Stokes from ECTC spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Stokes.
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Miss Mary GofT of Florida, end
Jack Anderson of Newport News, Va.,
visited llr. and Urs. Nathan Relf e
one day last week.
Returned To School
Lorenzo White of Caracas, Vese
suela and a student at Clarke School,
has returned to school after spending
the Easter holidays with Mr. an Mrs.
From Greenville
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards of
Greenville spent the week-end with
Mr.- and Mrs. Walter Edwards and
W. F. C. Edwards.
Sunday Guest
Mrs. D. C. Jackson of Norfolk
spent Sunday as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Morgan and Miss Helen
Morgan.
Week-end Guest
1 Miss Nancy Zachery from ECTC,
Qreepvifle, spent the week-end; with
her mother, Mrs. J. W. Zachery.
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Returned Home '
H. E. Vickers from Farmville,' Va.,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
J., E. White. He was accompanied:
home by Mrs. Vickers and daughter,
who has spent a week here.
Returned Home
' Mrs. Marion Riddick and daughter
Judy have returned to their home at
Langley View, Va., after visiting rela
tives here. Sgt. Riddick ' spent the
week-end with his parents and was
accompanied home by his wife Sun
day. .. . ,
Recent Gueste ' - "
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Francis 'Nix
on and children from Meadsvilke, Pa.,
visited Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Jessup last
week.
Visiting Here ' "
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus E. Hobbs and
children, Sally and Joan, of Ithaca,
N. Y are the guests of Mr; and Mrs.
J. C. Blanchard. -
Sunday Guests . ' ; . " -'
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hjnes and chil
dren, Mrs. M. R. Hines of Suffolk
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clin
ton Eley.
From Suffolk f
Mrs. C. J. Atkinson of Suffolk, Va.,
is the guest this week of her daugh
ter v and , son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Eley.
Visiting, Daughter
Mrs. J. J. Fleetwood is the guest
this week of her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Winder,
in Elizabeth City. '
From Raleigh
Herman Ward of Raleigh spent the
week-end with his father, J. W. Ward.
Today Friday .
Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
RITA HAYWORTH
LARRY PARKS
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"Down To Earth,r
Saturday Show Opens' 1 P. M.
' TIM McCOY
"West of the v
Rainbow's Endwt
"Daughters of Don Q" No. V-4
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Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M.
, . LOUIS HAYWARD and JOAN LESLIE
"REPEAT PERFORMANCE"
Monday
Matinee 8 P. M.
Night 7-9
WALTER BENNAN
DEAN JEAGGER
"Driftwood"
Tuesday
Matinee S P. M. Night 7-9
SONNY TUFTS V
ANN BLYTH
j'Swell Guy"
Wednesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7 and 9 P. M.-
DOUBLE FEATURE , -
' First Feature
' TED DONALDSON
ANN DORAN
"Son Of Rusty"
; ' Second Feature,:;
ROBERT LOWER Y
C ANNE SAVAGE
"Jungle Flight"
Thursday and Friday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P.M. .
f , '.. CLAUDETTE COLBERT and-FRED MacMURRAY
FIIE EGG TO, I"
Visited Asalea Gardens
; Mr. and Mrs. .V. N. Darden and
Miss Arlean Porter visited the azalea
gardens in Norfolk Sunday.
Returned Home
.Mrs. Guy Newby returned home
Monday after spending several days
visiting her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed, at Coving'
ton, Va.
In Huntington
Mrs. Harry Darnell returned to her
home in Huntington, W. Va., Monday
after spending several weeks with
Mrs. Clyde McCallum. She was ac
companied home by Mrs. McCallum,
who will visit her for a few weeks.
Week-end In Farmville
,C. R. Holmes spent the week-end
in Farmville, N. C, where he visited
his father. '
Returned Home '
Henry Newbold, who has been visit
ing Mr. and "Mrs.' Edward Griffin at
Lakehurst, N. C, and Mr. and Mrs. A
C. Miller at- Clavernack, N. Y., has
returned home, Mrs. Newbold re
mained to spend a few weeks visiting
her daughters,; , ;
Sunday In Suffolk
, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hollowell visit
ed friends in Suffolk Sunday.
Returned Home
Mrs. T, S. White, Sr4 and Mrs. G.
E. Newby returned home Tuesdav
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Harrell in Norfolk. :
Sunday In, Norfolk , ':
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gregory and
children spent Sunday visiting rela
tives in Norfolk. -f
Sunday In Raleigh
Mrs. .Joe -Caravello, Mrs. John
Moore and Colon Jackson spent Sun
day in Raleigh as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Moore. :
Week-end With Grandparents
Joe Towe, Jr Susan Towe and
Cliff Towe spent the week-end with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Pritchard, in Elizabeth City.
House Gaef't " ' ,
Mrs. Cecil Xau of Cloomfield. New
Jerseyi is t:.e guest of Miss Kate
BlancharoV . , ; , '
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Returned T e
Mrs. L. V
home after
fleet Cart
She was a
I Gardner,
GIVE YOURSELF
The New Look...
Have the Hotel Beauty
Shop give you one of the new
BRUSH CURL PERMA
NENTS.' "
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It's new and easy to keep . .
brush your hair and it curls.
WE ARE OFFERING
SPECIAL PRICES
ON ALL WORK
CALL 8061
For Appointments
Hotel Beauty Shop
HERTFORD, N. C.
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LIr. a T-1 is. Cawitt Roberts and
family of Des Koi;:;3, Iowa, Ur. and
Roberts cf Norfolk were
the Sunday guecte of Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Riddick. , -
I tor tome. Those plrp: 2 were T
I dames llarry Darnell from Hue"'
ton, W. Van J. R. Futrell, Trim V
son, C. A. Davenport, -W. H.
castlft. Irfinis Anderson. Clvde McCal
lum and Kiss Mae, Wood Winslow.
Mrs. McCallum received the , higa
score prize. A sweet course was
Rervfld. . x " ''
now! Anyone can have
: hot water quick! ,,.
. New Pocket-Size Water Heater
' . Costs IThan $25
HEATS WATER FAST
Merely place a portable FAST-WAY
Water Heater in a receptacle . containing
water. Plug in the nearest socket. Lo and
behold! ; The FAST-WAY goes to work at
once, heating water like sixty for 101 pur
poses a sufficient quantity for bathing,
washing, scrubbing, cleaning cream sepa
rators, etc. The speed depending on quan
tity. CAUTION: Directions for usiug re
furnished with each heater. Read and fol
low." Costs less than $2.25. -No fires to - wanted. Handy! Portable!
build or hot water to carry. No running up inexpensive.
and down , basement stairs.
No heating tanks full when a
lew gallons or a quart
GEORGE W. JACKSON
R. F. D. 3,, HERTFORD N, C.
MakeSomame's Wish Come True
AT STORE NAME
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WEEKLY TERMS.
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v "GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRS" .
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