THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY,' HERTFORD, N. C. FRIDAY MAJHiCH 2, 1S51
Returned Home In Rocky Mount
Mrs. Annie Chalk "returned to her Mrs. Olivia Hobbs is spending this
home Tuesday after spending a week i week in Rocky Mount visiting her son
w th Mr: And 1MOL r . A. UnaiK ail"u uauura-iu-'n, ... "w,
Edward Lane, from Atlantic Chris
tian College, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrum of
Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday with Mrs.
E. A. Byrum.
and Mrs. Hobbs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thrower of
Littleton spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Vick.
or sick room; Give a
lovely gift of Flowers.
Cut or potted.
Flowers For All!
MARKET ST. HERTFORD
Cecil Edward Winslow from ECTC,
Greenville, spent the weekrend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wins-
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson, and
children and Mrs. J. G. Roberson, who
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnson at
Craddock, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Vivian Mathews.
From Boonville :,
Mrs. flarroll Tranaou from Boon
ville spent several days but week and
BOOK PARTY m. Eiddick, Alice Dawn, Louis Nach-
. I man. Sr.. R S. Monde. Jr.. Silas Whed-
ffllrs.' Crafton Mathews entertained ttee..rm n Fetton. H. C. Stokes. G. W.
iHTU nwnt nattoA Hnw lflj wcwlr and' u" . . , 7 Dee, rf. reuon, n. v. owneo, vj. ?, .
Mrs. T. S. White.
' -. Airs. Bob Applewhite of
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with
Mrs. Charles Whedbee.
nr. ana iurs. uozusr swxon ana
children of Newport-News, Va., spent
the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. T. E.
I ir nAaJl tTnllmin11 n.tii mas
operated ; upon for appendicitis last
Thursday at the Albemarle Hospital,
has returned home and si getting along
Miss Kate Blanchard left last Fri
day for Louisburg where she visited
From jSuf folk
IMr. and Mrs. Haroia lieary 01 oui
folk, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Mrs. B. J. Holleman, Sr.7 of Jack
sonville is spending this week Mpth
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Holleman, Jr. She
was accompanied here Monday ty ner
grand daughter, Diane Holleman, who
had been her guest.
.At 'Mvmoiith Hospital .
Mrs. Raymond Holmes, who re-
ti"-"rf! from Norfolk, Va., Friday,
I where she was treated for a fractured
MISS HELEN DOUGLAS- ;le&' left MondaV to admitted at the
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stevenson FJyuth Hospital.- .
Douglas of Jacksonville, Fla form-1
edly of Hertford, announce the en-!Fr"J0"e
' j -J. . TMKhv Holmes of Charlotte aoent
gagemeni ana approocnmg . marriage . " , . . .
of their daughter, Helen Feme, to El-:0 ktndT hlS Parentf Mr-
mer Apple, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.'""" ,
Elmer Apple' of Daytona Beach, Fla. .
No formal invitations will be sent in M JJe",aTen , .
Hertford. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas in- l.88. trranc!s TTi. '7. einavr
vite fritnds and relatives of the'cou- TnnZT '
pie to the wedding, which will be held.11-
April 6 at 7.-S0 P. M. at the Spring
field Methodist Church in Jackson
ville. Miss Douglas is the grand
daughter of Mrs. Robert Lee Knowles.
at her home on Grubb Street. Those ,T jessup, Charles Heme, C.
playing wtre Mesdame. Rulby Butler, R flobnes, J. T. Biggers, C. M. Wilii
Harry Hollowell, Earl Perry, Archford, B G. Koonce, W, G. Wright, M.
Lane, Carlton Cannon, D. F. Reed, R Campbell, Miss Ruby White and
Sr., C. T. Skinner, G. R. Tucker, T. T.Miaa Kate Blanchard. The high score
Harrell. Frank iMoGoogan, Juban, . fA Mr. viMicV and second
Tin.:... J tV iTVvofn : ' TtiA MtrM;. . .
hign was awaraea Mrs. iaum.
BRIDGE CLUB MEET3
(Mrs, C. A. Davenport was hostess
to her bridge club Friday evening at
her home on Front Street. .Those
playing were Mesdames ,W. H. Hard-,
castle, J. 0. Futrell, Clyde McCal-
l.,m S P. JftRRiiTt. Tirm Wilson. H. A.
White and John Costen. The high
score prize went to Mrs. Hollowell,
llow-to Mrs. Perry and the floating
prise was awarded Mrs. Butler. A
sweet course was served.
TMio. Thelma Elliott was a delight
ful hostess at a bridge party Thure-,
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dav evemmr ax me nome ui mi - - .
wzr, " m - 1. tji, WWflw: H. C. Sullivan and Miss Mae
fitt. rne lower noox wu """"--", - ...
WOOa 'WHl'Sluw. ! ;ajic iiiit ovw c Jfc"w
Aofni-atpni with srorinir flowers and. de-
icious refreshments were served to
tfeo fnllnwino- cuests: 'Mesdames a,
went to Mrs,
Futrell. A sweet course
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Stop That Cold
The new ANTIHISTAMINES have been ac
cepted by the American Medical Association
and APPROVED by the Food and Drug Act
for over the counter sales.
Taken at the first symptoms of a cold, they
have provh to be very ef f ec)iv0.
COME IN AND CHOOSE YOUR BRAND
ANAHIST RESISTAB TABCIN
. INHISTON KRIPTIN
"ON THE CORNER'1
Week-end Here v
Keith Haskett, U. S. M. C, from
Camp Lejeune spent the week-end
with his mother, Mrs. Cliff Haskett:
Week-end At Lucana
(Mr. And Mrs. McOelland Wade and
family spent the week-end with rela
tives at Lucana. , r
Week end In orfolk -
(Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fitch spent
the week-end in Norfolk, Va., as the
guests of Dir. and Mrs.. Bernard
Returned Home " : :';:'
IMiaa Sue Eason of Tarboro return
ed to ECTC, Greenville, after spending
several days this week with Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Bob White. " ' a
WMk.Mid Hwe ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pickhardt of Virt
ginia Beach, Va., spent the week-end
with Mrs. J. H. Basrley and Mrs. V.
V, WilEford. .-"f
Sunday At Elizabeth City
Mr. and Mrs. joe varaveuo, rars.
John Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Burbage were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Peterson of Elizabeth
City. .: :. ;--
From jRichmond :
T. 5. White, Jr., and son, Carlyle,
of Richmond, Va., spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Britt and
Mrs. T. S. White, Sr.
Returned To Raleigh
Mrs. Duke Morgan returned to ner
home in Raleigh Saturday after visit-
ng relatives here and visiting ner
father. E. M. Newbv.who is a patient
at the Albemarle Hospital.
Weekend At Laurel
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hefren spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
Hollingaworth at Laurel, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Payne and
son of Charlotte spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Payne: v
From Henderson ' .s t
l Mrs. Nonieet uaruner oi neiraerson
soent the week-end and several days
TIME TO THINK OF
With Spring Just around the corner, it's time to get that
ole gardening feeling. See us for your needs. We have
in stock: 1
O SEED POTATOES
6 MAY PEAS
' O ONION SETS ,
A COMPLETE LINE OF
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED
, FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS
LESPEDEZ A AND OATS 1SEED
I! Hertford Ifekiae I & lanpary
"Trade Here and Bank the Dtfference" .
PHONE 3461 HERTFORD, N. C
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Miss Dorothy Oakey spent the week). (ibis week iwltih her mother, Mrs. W. .
end witn irienos in uauimore, jnu, Norman.
land Annapolis, Md. ;
left Wednesday ,fr
D. E. Hervey
Europe, where-he will visit GermanV
and several Scandinavian countries. V
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From Edenton 1
Mrs. C. N. Griffin of Edenton is the
guest this week of Mrs. Charles John
son. ' i
Matinee S P. M. Night 7-9
Saturday: Show Opens 1 P,
DON BED BARR Y
"At War With the
"G-Men Never iForget" No. 5
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Payne of Win-
ton4Salem soent several days this
1 week with Mr and Mrs. D. F. Reed,
(Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Edwards of Win-
terville spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Edwards.
Monday In Norfolk J
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Skipsey and
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Gray
son Inman in Norfolk Monday.
Sunday Shows: 2:154:15 and 9:15 P. M.
LOLA ALBRIGHT and J. COURTLAND
"WHEN YOUTO SHilOT
Monday and Tuesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
GARY COOPER and LAUREN BACALL
Wednesday: Matinee 9 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
'Beware of Blondie"
Tknster aa Friday: Matinee S P. M-Night 7-1 P. M.
DAVH) BRIAN and JOHN AGAR J
Sunday In Suffolk
Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward visited Mrs.
L. J. Lasaiter at the Lake View Hos
pital in Suffolk, Va., Sunday. ,
Tuesday In Richmand
, IMra. T. S Whitn and Mis. Carroll
jTransou spent Tuesday in Richmond,
Va., and visited Miss Annie Blanch
ard while there. - ii'
From jRich Square
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rich Square visited Mr.
II. Bagley and Mrs. C.
Mrs. J. 0. FeKon has been confined, week-end with Mr. and Mrs. 1Vil
to her home this week because of,Jiam Tucker and Miss Ruth Tucker.
and Mrs. J.
... , n
(Mrs. Lena Gresrory. who has been
staying in Fentress with her son and
daughter-in-law, is spending some
time now with Mr. and Mrs. Noah
Tuesday in Greenville
Mrs. Tom Cox and daughter, Nell,
spent Tuesday in Greenville.
Dan Berry returned home Friday af
ter spending several days in Phila
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wright, and
children of Elizabeth City spent the
weAk-end with Mrs. J. E. Everett,
From jWilmington v
Clyde Fuasell of Wilmington spent
From Weidon , V
Mrs. Bennett' Stephenson of Welboh
is spending this week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Felton.
From Ocean View 1
(Mrs. Rill Henslev affd daughter of
Ocean-View, Va., spent th week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reed..:
From Sanford . Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pollard and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Stokes andl nd Mrs. R. D. Elliott, Sr., of
son of Sanford spent "the week-end Columbia, spent Sunday Tirreh Mr. and
m.. t, j J ir . .. .
wnn nenry atones unu jnx. aim aim. intra. J. H rmreu
Henry Stokes, Jr. -;
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barrow and son,
Bobby, of Norfolk, Va.. spent . the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. V. N.
( van".". . - 1. .
j r rum ivwifuia-iivw v
C Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brinn of New-pott-INews;
Va., spent the . week-enS
jwith Mrs. Rosser Brinn. t
Week-end Here t
i Set. and Mrs. Marion Riddick and.
children of Langley View, Va., spent!
il,. -A -.ilfV liMm anil Mm T) '
IL Eiddick. , ' r,, .
Miss Dorcas Kuowlea of Tarboro
spent the week-end with her mother,
Mrs. R. L. Knowles. '
Returned Home " p
I Miss Mary Helene Newby returned
Jto Baltimore, Md, Sunday sifter visit
inv her father. E. M. Newby. who' is
x r " at the Albemarle Hospital!
and other relatives in Hertford. , 1
The Belvidere Home Demonstration
riuh met Wedneatlav night at the
rVmrmunftv House. . The club women
han4owt'iiiniul ilislr tiiitftuiTKlK. Mrs. Nina
B. White, home agent and IC. Yagei,
county agent witn a covered oisn sup
per. Rev. Carl Yow returned tnanjes,
then al enoyed the delicious supper. ;
Following the supper the group sang
and Mrs. R,' America. Mrs. White, tone agent,
rave an intereating talk en, sonening
irater, which wa fallowed-by a talk
on Home Gardens by L C YfTel, who
demonstrated wKh slides shor.. var
ious garden pests. v Instruction 1 were
riven for destrovini these r4?"-!' "
, iwwSiPg'gsnies were t
i.l at tLe close of tJ W- Z-
You're pretty as a picture of
Springtime in a vibrantly
toned hat ever, so gala with
on oVrtinQrrA nf rav floral :
and flattering veil trim. All, V
in our new Easter group.
.Priced From $2.98
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