THK PERQUIMANS WEKK.LV. HEKTFCrO, N. C FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1
Week-end Guests .
- Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Wtaterriiurer of
Baltimore, Md., ana Clyde fuseei 01
Chapel Hill,. N.'C, pent the week
end "with Mr. and Mrs. William Tuck
er and Miss Rath Tucker.
Returned to Richmond , .
Mwood Long a student at Smith
Peal business College, Richmond, Va.,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long.
Mr. and Mb. James Johnson and
children of Craddock, Va., spent Sun
day with Mrs. J. G. Roberson and Mr.
and Mrs. Vivian Mathews.
Mrs. J. H. Thrower of Littleton, N.
C, is spending this week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. .S. Vick.
Miss Kate Blanchard left Friday for
Louisburg-, where she will visit rela
tives and friends.
Returned Home . .
Mr. and Mrs. Bumifce Inscoe said
son have returned home after Bpemd
ing several days last week in 'Rocky
Mount N. C. - - r
Mr.ajid Mrs. Dozier Sutton and
children of Newport-News spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Lt. Contmander R. T. Brinn, Jr., of
Jacksonville, Fla., spent Thursday
night with his mother, Mrs. R. T.
Week-end with Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hefren spent
the week-end in .Lawrel, Md., with
Mr, and Mrs. S. S. HollwigBWOrtih and
From New Jersey '
Mr .and Mrs. Jack Newbold of
Rutherford, N. J., and J. K. Newhold
of Bloomfield, N. J., are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. iSkinner.
E. M. Newby who has spent several
months with his daughter and son-in-
law, Mrs. A. D. Morgan and Mr. Mor
gan, in Raleigh, N. C, returned to
Hertford Sunday and is staying with
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morns.
Mrs. Hattie Patrick of Norfolk, Va.,
spent several days this week with
Mrs. T. B. Walters. '
Week-end with Parents
Howard Pitt from Virginia Episco
pal School in Lynchburg, Va., spent
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. fra.
Week-end at Chapel Hill
Miss Maude Holmes spent the
week-end with friends at Chapel Hill,
Mrs. Mabel Jewell of Norfolk re
turned home Saturday after spending
several days with Mr. and Mrs. Cor
' Week-end Here
Miss Frances Newbv of Belhaven
spent tne week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby.
ST. CATHERINE'S GUILD
The St. Catherine's Auxiliary of the
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will
meet Monday night at 8 P. M., at the
home of Miss Mae Wood Winslow and
Mrs. Will . Hudson. AM members are
urged to attend. -
From Richmond ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chesitnutt of
Richmond, Va., spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caravello and
Mrs. John Moore.
Mr. an Mrs. Craton Stephens, Jr.,
and son of Garner, N. C, spent 'the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Sklpsey and C. G. Stephens, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Payne of
Clwrlotte, N. C, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Payne. i
Fractured Arm Bone
- Mrs. Trim Wilson suffered a frac
tured arm last Thursday when she
fell an the yard of her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Greeorv and
children spent Sunday in Greenville
with relatives. They a were accom-
anied home bv Mrs. Lena Gresorv who
.has been visiting there for several
Returned from Florida '
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jackson return
ed home Saturday from Orlando, Fla.,
where Mr. Jackson was a patient in
a hospital for several weeks.
t; ' . 1
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Nulton and
children of Jacksonville, N. G, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B.
.1. Holleman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moore and chil
ren of Norfolk, Va., spent the week
end with Mrs. S. T. Sutton.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wright ofH
Jamsburg, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rhodes
of Washington, N. C, and Mrs. T. S.
Newbold and daughter, Nancy of
Rocky Mount, N. C, Mrs. C. A. With-
row of Norfolk, Va., and Jerry New
bold of Wilmington, N. C, spent the
week-end .with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jar
vis and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Skinner.
Mrs. G. E. Newby returned home
Sunday after visiting relatives in
Rocky Mount and Durham, N. C, for
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Wainwright of
Richmond spent the week-end here.
Monday in Richmond
Mrs. T. IS. White, Sr., visited Mr.
and Mrs. T. S. White, Jr., in Richmond
Sunday and Monay of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Elliott of
Omaha, Neb., who were called here
(because of the death of Mrs. Effiotit's
another, Mrs. R. W. Smith are spend
ing itbis week with Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
' Elliott, Sr.
Week-end at Roanoke Rapids
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Topping spent
the week-end with friends and rela
tives at Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Sunday 4n Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. floe Brady and chil
dren spent Sunday in Norfolk Va.
From Tampa Fla.
Col .and Mrs. Henry N. Sumner of
Tampa, Fla., spent the weekend with
Miss Mary Sumner and Miss Matilda
Mrs. J. H. Newbold has returned
home after spending several weeks
with her daughters, at Lakehurst, N.
J., and New York.
Attended Medical Meeting
Df. and Mrs. T. P. Brinn spent
several days this week at Pinehurst,
N. ., where Dr. Brinn attended a
Returned from Hospital
Mrs. Charles Johnson returned to
her' home Monday night from Chowan
Hospital where she has been a patient
for several weets, and is getting along
fairly well. . -,
At Virginia Beach ..
Mrs. J. H. Bagley is spending this
week at her .cottage at Virginia Beach,
Visiting Parents - ' "
Mrs. Ralph Wallace and daughters
of Norfolk, Va., are spending several
months here with their parents and
grandparents, . ;;.v.;,..;v '-'--
Returned Home . . - , -v
Mrs. A. Upchurch ofSanford N. C,
returned home 'Saturday after spend
ing a week with Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Johnson. -. .
Visiting to Pa.' - - V
Mrs. L. N. Hollowell left Wednesday
for Indiana, Pa., where she will visit
her daughter and son4n-4aw, Mrs. F.
B Stephenson and Mr. Stephenson,
for several weeks. . -
STALLINGS - WINSLOW
' J&t. ' and Mrs. Percy "WSnslow of
Bslvidere announce the engagement of
their daughter, Joann, to Louis Stal
Ungs, eon of Mr. and Mrs. WiU Sell
ings of Behridere.
The wedding will take place - in
June. . ''
Members of the Hertford Girl Scout
Troop No. 1 recently visited Chapel
Hill and attended a lecture at the
planetarium. The trip was thorough
ly enjoyed by the Giifl Scouts and all
expressed much interest in the lec
ture. Those making the trip were
Mr. and Mrs. Joe-Towe, Mr. and Mrs.
James Leete, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Banks, Miss Mildred Skinner, Mabel
Martin Whedbee, .Suzanne Towe,
Shiitfey Skinner, Mary Winslow; Au
drey Jackson, Catherine Ann Ward
and SaMie Overton.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson was hostess
to her" bridge club Tuesday, night ait
llier home. Those playing were Mes
dames C. M. WlHiford, C. R. Holmes,
T. L. Jessup, G. W. Barbee, M. R.
Campbell, Miss Mary Sumner . and
Miss Helen Morgan.
The high score prize went to Miss
Sumner and floating prize was award
ed Mrs. Jessup. A sweet course was
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. V. N. Darden was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
fcer cottage at Harvey's Point. Those
enjoying the evening were Mesdames
Charles Henc, Charles Whedbee. ,W.
G. Wright B. G. Koonce, J. 0. Felton,
T. B. Sumner, Roulac McMullan and
Miss Kate Blanchard. Hdgh score
prize went to Mrs. Felton and low was
awarded MrS. Koonce. A sweet course
BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS
'Miss Katp iBlanichard was hnitoQo
to her .brisre club Thnrfwlav eveninir
at her home on Market Street. Those
playing were Mesdames Charles
Whedbee, J. O. Felton, T. B. Sumner,
W. G. Wright, B. G. Koonce, V. N.
Darden, Charles Henc and Roulac
McMullan. The high score .prize went
to Mrs. Whedbee. second Mnfli tn Mr.i
McMullan and low was awarded Mrs.
relton. A sweet course was served.
lOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Hiss Helen Monran was hostess to
her bridjre club Thursday evening at
ner nome. inose playing were Mes
dames C. M. Wdlliford, T. L. Jessup,
C. E. Johnson. G. W. Barlbee. 1H. C.
Stokes, W. J. Kanov. Jr.. J. T. Bie-
gers, and C. R. Holmes. The high score
prize went to Mrs. WJSiford and float
ang was awarded Mrs. Jessup. A
sweet course was served.
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. S. P. Jessup entertained her
bridge club last Thursday evenin? at
her home on 'Front Street Those
playing were Mesdames C A. Daven
port, W. H. Hardcastle, H. A. Whitley
Francis Jessup. R. 'S. Mends. Jr.. H. C
Stfllivan. Miss Ma Wood Winalow
and Miss Ruth Elliott The hiVh
score prize went to Mrs. Davenport.
A sweet course was served bv the
mostess. :' -;V''W; v-;.-?
J. Kelly White
OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY
IN THE t" r -
Democratic , Primary on ; May: ' 27th
Your active support in my behalf, and assistance in help-'
ing me to win. the nonunatioii Ho tbJsonicill be'greatly
appreciated and long remembered. ' ' v
I HCnCfS VJEiZl? SEffJATOEl IIODV SIlIDi
Hoey Lashes Out
t' WASHINGTON, April 8 (ff)
I .-Senator Hoey (D-NC lashed
i out yesterday against Attorney
General McGrath lor participa
tion m a segregation case.
McGrath personally appeared
in the Supreme Court this week
for the government In the case
of Elmer Henderson. Washing
ton, D. C. Negro, against the
Hoev also ' criticized Me-
Grath's Department t Justice
for its arguments in lavor m
aniling BecrreEation in State
colleges in Texas ana viua-
homa.. . . . ,
North Carolina is oirecuy m-
irt,toA la uis school cases as
an Ashevllle Negro, has tiled
suit against the , University or
North Carolina to try to obtain
entry to the law school there,
The Neg, Harold Epps, Is a
student at the law school at
North Carolina College In Dur
McGrath opposed action taw
n by the -Interstate Commerce
Commission after Henderson
complained to lt that he eould
not get a meal on a Southern
diner..': r i
The Southern, Informed of the
complaint notified the ICO it
would curtain oft a section of
dlnlntr room cars for Numu.
The ICC then dismissed th
complaint but Henderson went
Said Hoey :
"We have had the amailng
spectacle this week of the attor
ney general of the United States
appearing in the Supreme Court
in opposition to another impor
tant agency of government and
endeavoring to upset a decision
rendered by the ICC."
USEE'S WHilTP MORTH cnRoima'8
ATTOKJEY GEMEniiL SilSDj
RALEIGH April 6 (ff) Attorney General Harry McMul
lan indicated today he strongly agreed with-Senator Clyde
H Hoey in hi criticism of U. S. Attorney General J. Howard
Hoev vesUrdav sharply criti
cized McGrath for appearing be
fore the U. S. Supreme court to
argue ior an end to segregation In
dining cars on trains.
" The i Justice department also
filed briefs, with the court favor
ing an end td segregation In State-'
upported colleges m iexas ana
Oklahoma. " v ' .;
END Of SEGREGATION
McMullan said that It the court
rules against segregation in. these
eases lt would mean, an end to
Segregation In all state-supported
schools in the South, including the
pubtio schools, or . public trans-
5.;' pbrtatlon facilities and publicly
"If he (McGrath)
do what he wants, the civil rights
controversy will fade into Insig
nificance," McMullan said.'.
In a letter to senator Hoey
commending his criticism of Mc
Grath, McMullan wrote:
"I also agree with ' your state
ment that this action by Attorney
General McGrath Indicates the ex
tent to which the Washington gov
ernment is going faults effort to
utterly destroy the customs and
practices throughout-, the South,
the results of which, If success
ful In this' instance, would wreck
our public ' school system."
"I think when youl state; that
the appearance of Attorney Gen
rrnl McGrath was en ill-advised
can succcsd a.r.d whcllv unjustified procedure,
In getting the Supreme court to ; ou are absolutely correct."
ORE'S VII&7 VnJMS SMITH SMDt
McGrath For Part
U. S. Senatorial Candidate Wil
lis Smith today vigorously criti
cized U. B Attorney General 3.
Howard McGrath for his partici
pation in a segregation case be
fore the Supreme court and de
"McGrath should devote his
time to more important matters
Instead ef trying to upset tne
' time-honored traditions of the
He suggested that the attorney
general "might do well to join the
fight against communism in
'Smith asserted that: "McGrath
. should know that the people of the
South will never stand for an
FEPC measure. in any form, so
now he's trying to use other meth
' ods to bring about a program de
signed merely for the Northern
The ' senatorial, candidate, who
. baa- stated In his platform and
In -speeches throughout the State
i that he is unalterably opposed to
the PEPC In any form, expressed
his views In a telegram of oon
gratulations to Senator Clyde K
Hoey for his statement yesterday, t
in conaemmng uie action ox aio
Grath. ' .'. "
. Smith's telegram to Hoey stated
- "I congratulate yon for you .
stand on this vital lssne ana -for"
your efforts to uphold the '
time honored traditions of the
South which a few poUttcal '
henchmen are now trying to
disrupt and destroy. . v
"The attorney ; general should
know that the people of the South1
will never stand for an! FEPC
measure In any form, so now he's
trying to use other methods to
bring .about a program designed,
merely for the Northern- politl- :
clans. X am am axed to learn of
the extent to which the FEPO
proponents are willing to go to
bring about legislation which
would be a source of destructive
influence upon real and substan
tial Improvement In the goodv
racial . relationships' which have
notably existed In North Carolina J
In the past" "
Why doom'! our Innlor Senator itand up and lell Iho Northern political
bosses to stop destroying Soathem racial harmony tWf th sakt of votes
In Va noVthem metropolitan areatT - - -
v heiie's rjriYi' -
ttemf Dt. Graham Helped write tho Civil C!snto Btport, which fatcladof
FEfC. and bollovts In 1L -
' Dr. Graham now says as a candidate running lor ofOca that ha fcnrors "Iha
North CaroUna Way el LUe." Bat his past wcord Indicates -that ha has
always towered ending segregation. - '
- II Dr. Graham beUeves In ear traditional North Carolina system el "separate
end eqncl fadliOes." why has he stood sUett wlIU Kr. KcGrath tries lot
; political Masons to cram his own program down em threats? Ee knows ;
, that the whole N. C School system el separate schools ior the races stands
or lolls en these cases.
Oar state has enjoyed fine racial harmony and advancement, bat the North .
' era program el non-segregation wonld fee harmful and hateful to all the
races In Korih Carolina. . -- r
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