THE FZHQUIMAN3 WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY. APRIL 8, 1948.
PAGE FIVI ;
llr. and lira.' Irwin Whidbee and
family were the dinner guests of Mr.
od lira. Ernest Cartwnght Sunday.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dail. He
was accompanied ', home ' Sunday by
nis daughter, Miss Billie Dail, and his
283, Perquimans County Registry, and way to the place of beginning. " Con' day, the 10th day of May, 1948. at
default having been made under the taining 17 acres more or less and be-(11:30 o'clock A. M., at. the Court
terms thereof, I will, on the 8th day ing a part of the land known as the 'House door in Hertford, Perquimans
Mr. and Mrs.;Jame. Paul and son Z'"
?immi' pVSndvMlf ' M and Mrs. Ithan Umphlett and
wary Keaton of Colerain were house sv-k... vu.:..nZ J.
Mrs. Howard ifi u. .,.itmm m i-.
sister, Miss Celia Dail. both havins-of May, 1948, at the Court House Martin's Fork woodland
spent the Easter and spring holiday I door in Hertford, N. C, offer for sale) Dated and posted this 6th day, of
lor casn tne following described real ; April, i48,
guests of r Mr. ,and
property, to wit:''-' ; '-.
Lying and being in Parkville Town-
children, (Patsy and Kermie, left Mon-
Mathews over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark of Wil
son were, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
It T- . J 1 Al. I . .
AZTkm S T.r.),. dy for ttdr lme fa Washington,
w?E SUS i. iD' C- after with Mrs. Bar-
week-end with Annie Lou Lane. , s M d M
Mrs. Roy Boyce motored to Eliza-'n.n .
ited Mr. Umphlett's father, Charles. shlp, (Perquimans County, N. C, and
W. Umphlett, Sunday- afternoon. s ; bounded as follows: Beginning: at a
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Barclift arid 1 Pmt on the south side or u. s. High
NEW HOPE NEWS
way 17 where it intersects the old
road from Elizabeth City to Hertford
and running thence a southerly course
along said old road, to the northern
edge of a lead ditch known as the
Martin lead ditch: thence easterly
f i aiul Mm Walloon PviivVt.
w x5P7 j llr Misses Ann Cartyright -and Gayle
son, ;Muk : Wood .Edwards t Norview, t v Sun5ay of
,Mr,"d Mr"' 3i he Edward ends iTsuffolk, Va.
5 Srf0lfe,,yi' '??? gU6"i' The 'ily of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
tf Mrs. William Edwards' parents,' v-.f. .i wj;n
Mr. ' and ; Mrs. W. W' Spencer, on
Sunday. . '. ''
, E.' Austin Dail of Washington, D.
C, spent the week-end with his par-
if means fo usethis
Today look at your
house as though you'd
never seen it before. If
- it lacks color brightness
that's your signal to
paint now with Athey'a
1M Pure Paint !
The colors of this supe
rior product restore all
f the original charm
f your home hold
their color longer than
any ordinary saint.
,This 100 Pure Paint
forms a long-lasting,
protective Coat against
the destructive attacks
time awl weather. .
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INTERIOR GLOSS .
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Hertford Hardware &
HERTFORD, N, C.
Mr. and Mrs: C. P. Quincy visited
in Hertford Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Potter of
Elizabeth City 'spent Sunday after-
noon with her mother, Mrs. John
' Mrs. J. C. Wilson attended th an
nual W. M. U. Association at Rev-
noldson Baptist Church last Tuesday.
. Mrs. Leroy Nixon, Mrs. John-Sy-mons,
Mrs. Irma Dorsey, Mrs. Wallace
Bright and Mrs. Roy Pierce attended
the demonstration on more liveable
homes igiven in Hertford Tuesday
morning by David C. Mobley.
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vaughn have re
I turned to their home in Portsmouth
.after' spending the week with her
mother, Mrs. Irma Dorsey. '
I T. Silas White has returned from
the hospital and is getting along
JOHN A. ELLIOTT,
By W. H. Oakey, Jr., Attorney.
i i NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
if- BY COMMISSIONER UNDER
t- ORDER OF COURT
Under and by virtue of an order of
along the northern, edge of said lead the Superior Court, of Perquimans
ditch about 900 feet to the first cross County, made in-the special proceed
ditch; thence along said cross ditch aiirigs entitled, Edwin G. McMullan vs.
northerly course to U. S. Highway i J. Roulhac McMullan, et al., the un
17; thence westerly along said high-'dersigned Commissioner will on Mon-
County, North Carolina, offer for sale
to the highest bidder for cash at pub
lic auction that certain real property
located, lying and being in the Town
of Hereford, Hertford Township, Per
quimans County, North Carolina, de
scribed as follows, to wit: '
Beginning at a point on Church
Street in the Town of Hertford at a
fence, the corner of George T. Pow
ell's lot and the corner of the Mary
Wood McMullan lot; thence along
said fence N. 41 degree E (as of
the date of about February, 1897) to
the iPerquimans River, the said fence
and line being the northerly boundary
of the lot of George T. Powell and
the lot of J. W. Ward, the property
formerly owned by the late P. H.
Small; thence with the various coarse
of the Perquimans River to Chusah
Street; thence along, the propeW
line of Church Street W the fctpft
ning; the same being the home pnwe
of the late W. T. McMulkn and the
late Mrs. Mary Wood McMullan, and
being the dwelling house and wharf
property referred to in the division
agreement, made the 8th dav f Feb
ruary, 1897, betwps T " Sk;nne'
and wife and W. T. McM' lan and
wife of record in Book 2. at n trr 269.
in the office of the Resrister of Deeds
of Perquimans County, which record
scription; the said property being the
is hereby made a Dart of this de-
house and lot now occunied bv Mr.
and Mrs. B. G. Koonce, Sr. '
This the 5th day of A mil, 1948.
STANLEY PARTY FOR BROWNIES
The Hertford Brownie Troop No. 1
is holding a Stanley party to increase
their recreation fund at the Hotel
Hertford on Tuesday, April 13, at 2
P. M. " The public is cordially invited.
Refreshments will be served.
The Brownies are junior band of
Girl Scouts and have been increasing
in membership through their recent'
activities. The present officers are
Marjorie Brinn, president, and Mary
Dow Chappell, secretary and treas
urer. An Easter egg hunt held at the
home of Mrs. Howard Williams re
cently was greatly enjoyed by the 20
young girls and their leaders.
Miss Juanita Spivey, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Spivey of Hobbs
ville and Gailey Chappell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Linwobd Chappell of Belvi
dere, were quietly married Saturday
morning, March 2.7, at 9:15 o'clock by
the Rev. Charles W. Duling of Hert
ford. The couple had as their only at
tendant Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Spivey,
brother and 'sister-in-law of the bride.
The bride was attired in a Navy
blue gabardine suit with Navy and
white accessories and wore a corsage
of red roses and lily of the valley.
The ring ceremony was performed.
After a short .' wedding trip the
couple are making their home with
the bridegroom's parents at Belvi
dere. '' -
Classified and Legals
FOR SALE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
and lot Located in Town of Hert
ford. See Jesse Lee Harris at
Harris' Store, Hertford.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of Mrs. Sarah Hurdle,
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 7th day, of April,
1949, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar' of their recovery. All . persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment '
.This 7th day of April, 1948. "
F. R. HURDLE,
Administrator of Mrs. Sarah Hurdle.
SALE . OF VALUABLE REAL
Under and by virtue of the author
ity vested in me as mortgagor in a
certain mortgage deed given by Rich
ard H. Guild on February, 5, 1946,
and-recorded in M. D. Book 24, page
! SCHEDULE OF (
Pre-Oicol Glides ;
. Hertford Grammar -School
Tuesday, April 13, 1&18, at2:30 o'clock ;
Perquimans Central Grammar School
Monday, April 19, 1948, at 9 o'clock
irritfcrd Cclrrcd School ; '
Tuesday, April 20, 1213, at 10:30 o'clock
PerQi.:.r.-rj Tr: School
' Friday, April 23, 1948, at 10:30 o'clock , ,
All preschool children from tne smaller colored school dis?
tricts are to come in to the cl!r,;c at either Hertford Colored
khool or Perquimans Training School. ' ' s ' i 1
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All izzt doctors in the county are cooperating in hold'rj
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These Special Reductions Effective Thru Next Wednesday I
rMnn5al Pfide ( Winner Quality
Per 00-lPer 70.
OOi: Lb. f
Rump or Sirloin Veal
Dressed and Drawn, Fresh
usned to Us
A Flavors eafc! 6!ff
Large J.,;.. , . .
NOURSHINGI Til For OQ
SELECT, .... , JL
Large Red Fin Croakers, lb. 19c
Medium Bass, 'lb 23c
Perch Fillets, lb.
. Fully. Dressed Whiting,
5 lbs. 37c
2 lbs. 19C
2 lbs. 23 c
'WITH THESE MONEY-SAVING VALUES!
OLD VIRGINIA PCTtE CBEKET
RICH IN PROTKINS SPAGHETTI ,;
ASSORTED FLAVORS TA8TT JKIXO v.'V
SIIORUG Lb. carton 33c
10-LB. BAG 1
Fine Soft Wheat
BAGS of 48
u. J 41c
PZ3VES ikte 33c
DOT SWEET ' - -
dOCCLATE i ox. Pkg. 41c
URPTS CONDENSED .
TC:.lTO soup 3 Me. i 25c
DR. mixirs ' '.;.':: ' -
CHiCS juici 4oo Z7c
ALASKA VINA ,
SZUZCZl He. I TsR 49c
PLAIN OBELISH FLOUR
cr,u,r.r.zi's io-lr. .92c
8KLP.RISING OBRUSS FLOUR v
CZlLESD'a ... 10-Lbt. 93c
SHORTENING , ' ,
CZZSCO - 41c
Libby's or Armour's
HAYOTITIRl&E pm 48c
CHOCOLATE COVXRRD '
CZZZEUUES i-u. Pkg. 79c
NABISCO . ..'
VATJI11A WAFERS 12-Ou. 31c
CIGARETTES cm. $1.39
WAXED PAPER :
IVA2CTES i25Ft. Ron. 21c
SPIC TJ SPAN 2 Ptfl.. 43c
MED. PKG. Mr . f ,
02CYDO& Lge. Pkg. 36c
DUZ m1Sc Lt 36c
IVC3Y SOAP t 19c
rvcriY soa? .
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