THE PEBQUBIANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C,
Win In Contest
'. (Perquimans High School's debating
team, composed of Marvina White and
iMalbel Martin Whedbee, won over the
Edenton debaters in the triangle con
tests - held Thursday of last week,
while, the team composed of Calvin
Butt and Doris Faye Allen lost to the
Elizabeth Ciity team. -
' 'Aa Sectional winneTs (Misses White
and (Whedbee .participated in the dis
trict debates held in Greenville on
Thursday of this week. The Per
quimans losing (team and alternates,
ILouis Dawson and Amy Van Roach,
also attended dhie district contests.
Speak At Meeting
; The Woman's Missionary .Society of
the Baptist Church will meet at the
church Monday night, April 16, at 8
P. iM. The speaker for the evening.
will be Miss Inabelle Coleman, a mis
sionary to China, who has recently
returned to her home in Durham. i
iShe is a teacher and a writer o
. wide experience, and is known and ap
preciated for her former work as edi '
forial Secretary of the Foreign Mis
sion Board and more recently for her
vital contribution as a member of the
faculty of the University of Shanghai.
; The public is cordially invited ito
attend the meeting her Miss Cole
Soft Ball League
The Hertford Junior Chamber of
Commerce is working on plans to
sponsor a soft ball league during the
summer months, it was reported here
this week. The Jaycees hope .to enlist
the assistance of other civic organi
zations in the formation of the soft
ball teams. : "
ID. F. Reed, Jr., president of the
Jaycees, has named Charlie Skinner
as chairman of a committee to for
mulate the plans and enlist teams
into the league. Clubs or youth groups
desiring to enter a team in such a
league are requested to contact Char
W. S. . 8. was guest. :"
. Mrs. R. 6. Monds, Jr, will be hostess
to the grout) in May, entertaining at
her home on Front Street.
Member attending in : addition to
those already mentioned were: Me
dames Tommy Matthews, Elton Hurdle,
W. E. Drake, Robert Hollowed!, Frank
McGoogan, Ivan Yagel, Jesse Lee Har
ris, Lawrence Towe and Miss Ruth
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson entertained!
her bridge club Tuesday evening a
her home on (Front Street Those
playing were IMesdames G. W. Barbee,
H. C. Stokes, T. L. Jessup, C. M. Wil-
lifprd, J. T. Biggers, fltf. R. Campbell,
Miss Mary Sumner and ithe hostess.
The high score prize went to (Mrs.
Barbee. (Refreshments were served.
HAS .SIXTEEN .CASES
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of guilty to a charge of being drunk,
He paid the costs of count.
T. J. Bass was found guilty on a
charge of being drunk on the highway,
He was fined $25 and costs, and judg
ment in a previous case was invoked.
Bass noted an appeal to Superior
The bond of (Maurice. Whedbee,
charged with , driving after revoca
tion of his license, was ordered for
feited when Whedbee failed to appear
to answer the-charges. t- .
Wallace Burke, Negro, failed to ap
pear to answer charges of failing to
observe a stop sign. The warrant for
Burke was ordered returned for ser
vice and the defendant held under
iFour defendants, Curtis Felton,
(Randolph Dempsey, Philmore Sham
"biy and John Wallace IFelton, all Ne
groes, were found guilty of assault
ing Curtis Brooks, Negro, with dead
ly weapons. (Each defendant was or
dered to pay the costs of court and
divide equally the costs of a, hospital
and doctor's bill incurred by Brooks'.
A verdict of mot guilty was return
ed in the case in which Link O'Neil,
Negro, was charged with assault with
a deadly weapon. , , -
WHITE HAT NEWS
iPfc. Albert Euro,' son of Mr. and
Mrs. Delvin Eune, is home on a ten
day leave. He is being transferred
from Florida to Texas.
Misses Faye Eure, Mollis Lu Veates,
Mr. and (Mrs. Leroy Dail and Paillette,
and INorman (Miller went to Norfolk,
Mrs. J. B. Eure is a patient in a
Norfolk hospital where she 13 very.
Mrs. Libby Dowdy spent last week
with her niece, Mrs. Fenton Eure.
James Umphlett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman Umphlett, who is sta
tioned at the Army Air IForce Base in
San Antonio, Texas, has been promot
ed to (Pfc.
Mr. -and Mrs. J. D. Yeates visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White on Thurs
Mrs. Mattie 'Barclift who was on
the sick list last week is much im
Mr. and Mrs. George Caddy and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Caddy went to
see Mrs. J. B. Eure, who ds a patient
at Norfolk General Hospital in Nor
folk, Va., on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Eure and fami
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Blount Eure and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Watson Eure and
Lucy Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Fentsrn
Eure and family expect to spend the
week-end in Washington, D. C, with
their sister, .the former Miss Mae
Eure. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams of Roa
noke" Rapids, N. C, were week-end
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs
: Miss Lucy Mae Eure spent Sunday
with Miss Ann Sawyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton and
daughter expect to spend this week.
end in Washington, ID. C, visiting
two sisters of Mrs. (Sutton's.
Mrs. John (Hurdle, Mrs. Freeman
Umphlett and Mrs. J. D. Yeatee at
tended the District Meeting of the
Home Demonstration dub at Poplar,
Branch in Currituck County oir Wed
nesday. ' v.
Mr. and "Mrs. Garland Eure were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Den
(Watt Eure is much improved after
having been sick with the flu for
the past week.
(Mr. and Mrs. Beth Long, Sr., visit
ed Mr and Mrs. J. P. Perry of near
Edenton on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Window and
son visited Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long,
Sr., on Sunday. ' -
NEW HOPE NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. IW. E. Frazier of
Washington, D. C, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Rioe of New Market, Va., visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dail wtiu on
their way back home from an extend-
ea visit to southern Florida. .
Miss Celia Blanche Dail has return
ed to Washington. D. C, after spend
ing the Easter holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dail.
Mrs. W. K. Barclift returned home
after spending the winter with her
1 M I .
cnuaren an Baltimore, Ma., and Wasr
uigton, D. C.
Miss Dot Perry of Atlanta, Ga.
spent the Easter holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles IFadio, Jr.,
of West Hazelton, Peru, are visiting
Mrs. Fadio's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. Trueblood.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hollowell had
as their dinner cuiests 'Sundav. Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Mathews, Mr. and Mr?.'
iBailey Temple and IMr. and Mrs. Tom
my Temple and children of Elizabeth
City, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollo
well and son, Grover. 1
Carlton Mathews of Elizabeth City
was in town on business Friday.
Mrs, Johnnie Lane and daughter,
Norie Lee and Mrs. W. G. Hollowell
motored to Edenton Saturday P. M.
J. F. Hollowell, Jr., Mrs. W. G.
Hollowell and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson
Owens and son, Jimmy, of Elizabeth
City motored to Nags Head Sunday
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CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere thanks
to friends and neighbors for the
many acts of kindness shown me, for
ithe cards and flowers sent and for
visits made me while I was a patient
in the hospital.
J. T. BRITT.
CARD OF THANKS
W wish to express our sincere
thanks to friends and neighbors for
the many kindnesses shown, cards
sent and visits made to us while we
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Pennington
; . CIRCLE MEETS
The Mary Towe Circle of the Hert
ford Methodist Church met Monday
night, April 9, at the home of Mrs.
Walter Edwards. . '
(Miss Nellie (Fields, presided when
routine business matters were dis
cussed and various plans outlined
Mrs. H. C. Sullivan read the minutes
of the last meeting. lPresenting the
lesson was Mrs. Charles Payne, choos
ing for her subject, "Healing to
.Faith." ' ,
(Refreshments were served by the
hostess during the social hour which
concluded the evening session.
Mrs. W. H. Pitt, president of the
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Old Man Winter is tough on
chickens, bringing coryza
and "colds. itj When
your flock starts to sneeze
and sniffle, .put Dr. Sals
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water "gJ at once!
Ar-Sulfa promptly 'checks
jnfectiom coryza. You save
on egg production X,
fewer culls. Ar-Sulfa is
easy to use, effective, and
I economical.. Today, get Dr.
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' or use when you need itl
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