I.?-, rr v .' " l ' Jar. ana
Cartareth spent the ' week-end - with
W. P. Chappell ; and Mr. and i lira.
Harvey Chappell and visited Mr. and
.lira, J. A. Chappell who are 'patients
in the Chowan Hospital'.- -Mr.
and Mrs. Thomaa Butt and son,
A Tommy hare returned home after
. spending two weeks vacation with
, their parents. Mr. and Mrs. L G
Butt of New Hope and Mr. and Mrs.
V J. Raper. " 4 .- ,,' - 1
- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Blanchard of
Suffolk, Va,, spent last week-end with
1 , Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Chappell.
C. J. Raper attended the funeral of
his aunt. Mrs Alice James Cartwright,
, at Elizabeth City last Wednesday.
- : - Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Chappell visit.!
: ed Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 0. Chappell
in the Chowan Hospital last week.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C Butt, Mr. and
. Mrs. Thomas Butt and son, Tommy,
- Mr., and Mrs. D. W. Perry visited
.. -, Mr and Mrs. C. J. Raper Friday even
ing. ' -"v' '
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chappell had as
their dinner guests last Sunday, Mr.
- and. Mrs. P. E. Chappell and family,
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Chappell and faml
' . ly, Mr, and Mrs. Gilliam Twine, Mr.
w and Mrs. Sidney Stallings and Mrs.
v Mamie Hunter.
Mrs. Louis Proctor and
(family visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
Davenport at their home near Eden-
ton. Sunday afternoon. r v't
Mr. and' Mrs,' Sidney Layden, Sr.,
were dinner guests of Mrs. ; Addie
Jones ' Sunday. -Mrs.
A. M. Copeland called. to, see
Mrs. Hue Copeland at the home of
Mrs; J. 0. Perry, near Edenton, Mon
day. , ' t
Minnis Copeland returned to duty
Tuesday after a two week's furlough
which he spent with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Copeland. . .
v Mrs. Josiah Proctor spent Friday
afternoon with Mrs. A. J. Parish at
y her home in Ballahack.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl White of Eden
ton visited "her tnother and ', father,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Perry Sunday,
Mrs. Bill Jackson of South Norfolk,
'V. Va Mrs. J. N. Criss of Ocean View,
Va., and Mrs. Ernest Louis of Nor-
folk, Va., were guests of Mrs Ed
Mrs. Winston Lane called to see
her sister, Mrs. Ernest Spivey, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Lane and
family visited at the home of her fath
er, Nixon Hollowell, Sunday..
'- Mrs. Will Matthews, Mrs.'.; Will
. Hoffler of Snow Hill and Mrs. Rus
' . sell Baker of Whiteston spent Sun-
day' afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
. - Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Proctor had as
. their dinner guests on Sunday, Rev.
and Mrs. E. G. Willis of Rliznhprh
. City, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Proctor,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davenport and
daughter, Joella, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
.v Hanhury and daughter, Bertie .Lee,
: and Mrs. Lloyd Proctor and daughter,
. Phyllis of Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Elliott and
family of Chapanoke and Mr. and
' Mrs. Frank Ward called on Mr. and
: Mrs, Josiah Proctor Sunday after
Mrs. 0. L. Byrura and Miss Mild
red Byrum ,. spent the' week-end at
(Portsmouth with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. ' Cary Quincy and
daughter of Norfolk spent Sunday
with his parents.
- Norwood Elliott, student at ECTC,
IGreenyille, spent, the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. El
liott Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Stallings
spent Friday' at Portsmouth.
Everett Bright has returned to his
home and is getting on nicely after
undergoing an operation at the Ma
rine Hospital in Norfolk.
d at a cake cutting 'Saturday even
ing at - their home honoring their
neice, Miss Thomasine Ward of Ry
land and Neil Sutton of Kinston, who
were married ' Sunday, ' October 15th
at Ballard's Bridge Church. '
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,v.C4LJRTDAT. OCTOBER $7. 1955 4 - ' , ' -'V V.
Too Late To Qassily I tz"t , , , , , Tiyy ;y ; ,V, a ; jyrf ui ,MM,ii ivirsTTrrr
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. S. P. Jessup was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday evening at
her home. Those playing were Mes
dames Trim Wilson, J. H. Newbold,
H. A. Whitley, C. A. Davenport, Clyde
McCallum, ' W. H. " Hardcastle, Miss
Mae Wood Winslow and the hostess.
The high score prize went to Mrs.
Newbold. A salad course was served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. V. N. Darden was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home on Front Street- Those
playing were Mesdames J. H. New
bold, J. 0. Felton, Charles Whedbee,
T, B. Sumner,, B. G Koonce, W. G.
Wright,' Charles Henc and Miss Kate
Blanchard. The high score went to
Mrs. Felton. , Refreshments were
served by the hostess.
Mf. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson ami
if family of Portsmouth were the week-
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson entertain
ed her bridge club Tuesday evening
at her home. Those enjoying the
evening were Mesdames T. L. Jessup,
C. M. Williford, H. C. Stokes, W. J.
Kanoy, M. R. Campbell, Miss Mary
Sumner, Miss Thelma Elliott and
Miss Ruby White. The high score
prize was awarded Miss White. All
guests present received a jar of
marmalade. Mrs. Stokes received
i WIV llUMVlilK r " ,
! were served by the hostess.
end guests of Mr, and Mrs. J.
Entertained At Cake Cutting
B. Dr. and Mrs. I. A.. Ward entertain-
"-, UPMW Jill mi I
Styled. Smartly! Priced Smartly!
. In a Variety of Comfort Styles!
J :" :
For school,' for play or "Sunday
Best" . ...:these ar the shoes you
want for yotif ; chijn?!! .JLow in'
price ; highf in ihie i ;. ? sure to'5
give that long,' comfortable' wear W
important to growing Hfeetvi . : ' v
;We have Just received a large shipment of Children's High
Top Shoes and Oxfords, also new Patent Leather Pumps. All
sizes. Priced from t j
Come and bring your children and let us fit them up in good
, During the remainder of
1950 I will not observe office
hours On Wednesdays.
A. B. BONNER, DDS
UUST LADY'S : SMAUL: com
'purse; brown trimmed with brass
beads, in Hertford last IPrlilnir
-Finder return to Mattie Saunders, ft
iFOR SALE ONE SMALT. FUMC.T.
daire, $35; 1 coal heater; 1 Johnson
outboard motor. All items fa good
condition. . See Mrs. Corbin Dozier,
Market Street, Hertford, or Phone
CARD OF THANKS
The family Of John Thnmno Jay.
dan extends their-deenest rfttt!f.nH.
to their many friends, neighbors and
relatives ior tn? many cards of sym
pathy, flowers sent and all their AeM
01 Kindness during Ins illness and
FIFTY DRESSES ON SALE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20-21 ONLY
These dresses are in CREPE, PLAIN and PRINTS, GABAR
DINE, 1 and 2 piece WOOLS and CORDUROY Jumpers.
Formerly Priced $9.95 to $10.95
Friday and Saturday Only $4.95
ALL SALES FINAL
WOODLAND DRESS SHOPPE
WOODLAND CIRCLE HERTFORD, N. C.
I HIS CHILDREN
I wnu aunii duveu vm ualveu , k. i
t.ii e"fiA S-
IPSE mm l
ubbt's luscious rauiT
WITH PORK AND TOMATO SAUCE- HEINZ
WHOM OR STRATNEB CRANBERRY SAUCE
IT"! " '
To Be Awarded -One in Each
BE THE WINNER IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD I
A Eendix Automatic Dryer will be given away In I
eacn ana every Colonial Store ... 370 In all. Youl
..h u,.v wiui me otner customers of your I
neighborhood Colonial Store! Enter often . . . and I
have an even greater chance to win I See the Ben-
wih ud msniav in vmti r. nn .1 a.A.A
then win It In thli easy contest! '
HERE'S ALL YOU DO
Get your official contest entry blank
FREE at your Colonial Store. Com
plete the statement, "I want a Bendix
Automatic Clothes Dryer because ..."
in 25 words or less. That's all you have
to do. There's nothing to buy! Judging
will be based on originality and aptness
of thought fancy writing and grammar
don't count. Fill out your entry blank
today, and deposit in the box at your
EXTRA LARGE JUICY FLORIDA
LONG ISLAND SNOW WHITE
I. NO. 1 WHITE
FOR SUNDAY'S DINNER-JUICY
45 end 39
LUTER'S TRAY MCK
GILIKSSE) nncorj u.
In Sealed Pints
SUndard, PinT'IT."." lt
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JUICY no EISA
VIRGINIA RED DEUaOCS
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LCTERf WHOLE. SHANK OB RCTT END
GENUINE LONG ISLAND
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