THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, AiPKH. i3, 1951.
. iMr. mid Mrs. George L. Jordan and
ffldiaa Sally Louise Steinert of Kineton
spent Sunday with Dr. and Jan. A.
Week-end At Newtand
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stalling and
children spent the week-end with
relatives at Newland.
Week-end In Raleigh
Mrs. C. K. Holmes spent the week
end in Raleigh. "
Mrs. Ray White, Mrs. Jarvis Henry,
Mrs. George Fields, Jr., Miss Kuth!
Tucker and Mrs. Myrtle (Chappell at
tended a Methodist Guild Meeting at
Raleigh Saturday. They returned home
From High Point
Mrs. Jim Cashatt and Miss Bee
Evans of High Point spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Henry C
Mrs. E. C. Woodard and children
ant IMrs. Haywood. Divers and chil
dren left Thursday for Candor where
they will spend several days with Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Fox. -
Matinee S P.M. Night 7-9
'Halls Of Montezuma'
Saturday: Show Opens 1 P. M.
DON RED BARRY
"GJWen Never Forget" No. 11
Sunday Shows: 2:154:15 and 9:15 P. M.
KATHERINE GRAYSON and DAVID NIVEN
"TOAST OF NEW ORLEANS"
Monday and Tuesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9. P. M.
VAN HEFLIN and YVONNE DeCARLO
Wednesday: Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
DOUBLE FEATURE '
"One Night In the
"Outlaws of Texas"
Thursday and Friday : Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
SUSAN HAYWARD and WILLIAM LUNDIGAN
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Week-end At Smithfield
IMisB Dorothy Maynard spent the
week-end with her parents at Smith?
Returned From Hospital
Mrs. T. B. Walter returned" from
the (Norfolk General Hospital last week
and is. getting along (airly well,
I'rom Greenville ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin MdMullan' and
daugher, Edwana of Greenville spen
the week-end with relatives here. ' :
Sgt. and Mrs. Marion Riddick and
children of Langley View,.Va., spent
the week-end with relatives.'
Frank Sutton of Washington, D. C,
spent Friday and Saturday here visit
From Newport-News v
iMr. and Mrs. Dozier Sutton and
children of Newport-News, Va., spent'
the week-end with Mr. and (Mrs. T. E,
From New, Bern
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Glover and
daughter of New Bern spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Anse White.
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. (Holleman, Jr.,
and daughter returned home Thursday
of this week after spending two days
with Mrs. IB. J. Holleman, , Sr., at
On Sick list '
Mrs. V. N. Darden was confined to
her home several days last week fol
lowing a fall ait her home. She is
now getting along nicely. .
(Bobby Holmes 'from (Bowling - Air
Base, Washington, (D. C, spent . the
week-end with lids father, R. L.
Holmes, jand his mother at Plymouth,
Hospital. c .,.
Miss Helen Gaither, who suffered an
injury following a fall is a patient at
Kings Daughter Hospital, Portsmouth,
Va., and is getting along very nicely
She is expected to return to the home
of her sister, Mrs. K. B, AUbertson, in
Portsmouth, Va., the latter part of the
week. - .
On Sick List ".
Mrs. George (Powell is confined to
her home because of sickness.
Keith Haskett, U.S.M.C. from Camp
Lejeune spent ithe week-end wfth this
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Haskatt
Monday In Richmond
Mrs. H. T. HoUbs, Mrs. (E. A. By
um and Dr. Uoyd Hobbs of Blacks
burg, Va., spent Monday in Richmond,
Va. " -
Mrs. Mrytle Morecock of Norfolk,
Va.. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs,
Mrs. (Bill Henly and daughter of
Norfolk, Va., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. 'Dan Reed. Mrs. Reed
has been confined to her home this
week because of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrum of Nor
folk. Va.. and Mrs. H. T. Hribbs of
Edenton and Dr. (Lloyd Hobbs of
Blacksburg, Va., spent Sunday with
Mrs. E. A. iByram. .
DELIA SHAMBURGEThS TO MEET
The Delia Shamburger (Missionary
Society of the Methodist Church will
meet Monday evening, April 16 at 8
P. M, with Mrs. D. IF. Reed, Sr. All
members are urged to attend.
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. Charlies Whedbee was hostess i
to her bridge club Tuesday evening
at her home. Those enjoying the even
ing were Mesdames J. O. IFelton, B. G.
Koonce, V. N. (Darden, Charles Bene,
W. G. Wright, T. IB. (Sumner, Miss
Thelma (Elliott and Miss Kate Blanch-
ard. The high score prize went ito
Mrs. Koonce. A sweet course was
devotional. - After the meeting the .
hostess served refreshments to the
iO members and one visitor present,
he (May meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Robert White with Mrs.
White as hostess. ' r :
The Mary Ellen Dozier Circle of the
Baptist Church met Monday night
with Mrs. Mark Gregory as hostess.
Mrs. Gregory, president of 'the circle,
presided over the business and Mr.
Jack Burbage was in charge of the
program and those taking part were
IMrs. J. Everett and Mrs. Colon Jack
son. Miss 'Mamie Staliinjrs vrave the
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- I hereby announce myself as
a candidate for reelection as
Commissioner for the Town of
Hertford, subject to the Pri
mary, April 23.
YOUR VOTE AND
SUPPORT WILL BE
B. C. BERRY
Mrs. D. IF. Reed, Jr., and daughter,
Judy, are spending .this week with
Mrs. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H
B. Payne at Winston-Salem.
Carolyn IF. Lewis is spending two
months with her unole,and aunt, Mr
and Mrs. Charles Campen, while her
mother is in Florida.
Week-end Here " y. I
Miss Grace Bunch of lEdenon spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Noah
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hampton and
Miss Inez Hampton have . returned
home after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Hampton at Jacksonville, Fla.,
and Miv and Mrs. Johnnie MdPherson
at Green Grove Springs, Fla.' While
tere they attended (the Commissioning
of the USS Lanning, AIPID S5 and Ithe
USS Hollis, AiPD 86, at Green Grove
Springs. They we're accompanied
home by Mrs. MdPherson and children
who will make" their home here. Mr.
McPherson has been assigned to duty
on the USS Lanning.
NOV FEATURING THE
DE LlfrE G-E "EIGHT"
Attended Funeral !
J. E. Jones, Mrs, B. W. Pennington
and Miss Laura Pennington attended
the funeral of Mrs. Nancy Pennington
at Great Bridge, Va., Saturday, ;
Mrs. Allen Perry spent the week
end with Mrs. iShelton Bagley and
Mrs. Doc ILayden.
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inou'cn spent line weeK-ena wim ner
mother, Mrs. IBaker Wood, and sis
ter, Miss Hulda Wood, R. N.
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Clyde McCallum ' entertained
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home on ,Front Street. Those play
ing were Mesdames C. A. Davenport,
S. P. Jessup, Trim Wilson,' H. A.
Whitley, Edward Griffin. Charles
Wulf, Miss Mae Wood Winslow andj
tlie hostess. The high - scone prize
went to Mrs. Griffin. A sweet course
was served. -' - . .
Mr. and Mrs. Ellison Slayton, Mr
and Mrs. (Edwin Hopkins, Mr. and
Mrs. George Jones and Mrs. Howard
Phillips of Cambridge, ML, visited Dr
and Mrs. Cj A. Davenport one day
From Chapel Hill
Reggie Tucker, from the University
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, spen
the week-end with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. R. Tucker. ,
Improved .:. .
Mr. and Mrs. (B. W. Pennington, who
have been confined Jfco their home be
cause of sickness are improved. '
Week-end At Williamston '
Miss Louise Hines spent the week
end with her parents af William
Mr. and Mrs. David Livengood of
Winston-iSalem spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. D. !F. Reed, Jr.
Week-end With Parents
Miss Grace Taylor spent ithe week
end with her parents at Roanoke
F. Murray White of Winston-Salem
spent the week-end with Mr. and (Mrs.
L. C. Winslow.
Returned Home ' -
uars. Clinton 'Eley and children re
turned home' Thursday after spending
several cays with relatives at Suffolk,
va. - ,
Week-end At Kitty Hawk .
Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mrs. Olivia
Hobbs and IMrs. C. N. Griffin spent
the week-end with Mrs. E. T. Burgess
at Kitty Hawk. Mrs. Griffin return
ed tto her home in Edenton Tues
aay. 1 '
Attended W. M. U. Meetings' . V ;
. Mrs. 1 A. Ward attended a county
W. M. U. Meeting Tuesday at Eliza'
beth City and Thursday In Gates
I hereby announce my can
didacy for the Hertford Town
Board in the coming Primary,
April 23. If eledted by you, to
this office, I will exert my
greatest energies toward the
operation of an unbiased, effi
cient and progressive Towi
YOUR VOTE AND
SUPPORT WILL BE
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