THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, KTSTPC-vID; N. C, PETDAY, ATT:1 13, 1951
School Held Here
iFifty-three home management and
house furnishings leaders
Pete Bright has been patient at
MoGuire Hospital in Richmond, Va.,
the Kitchen Improvement School, Wed-
attended for he paat two weeks.
KI, WeO- ivr Mm !P.. 4
ntwy, , Apru ii w,. , were dinner guests on Sunday of
at the Negr Agricultural 0ic-. The,. a . M d , r,ri,ffhi
u i .i. o.An ll. .1 initl- ' r ' -
ed for two and one-half hours.
.Mrs. Kay Higgle, Home Manage
mefff and House Furnishings Specialist
Mrs. M. C. Boyce, Mrs. iLeroy Nixon
and Mrs. George Jackson attended the
from 'State College, Kaleigh, assisted rJ" meeting at Williamston on
Mwl TW. K. Tavlnr. Wirro home afirent
with the demonstration.
Winston Lane, Jr., attended th
"Senior Day" at EOTC. Greenville , - w
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy return'
td home IFriday after spending the
past six weeks in Florida.
Leon Elliott, U$N, Norfolk, Va., was
th; week-end guest of his parents,
I Mr. and Mrs. John A. Elliott spent
it 1 1 .a t r .J
, ".A Uln'ue . , '! Sunday with her parents at Ahoskie.
W . 1 Twe wce-c"u Mrs. Ivizzie Smith of Woodland is
' WK Nancy' T? M "
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v W i T r 7." 'Mrs. George Jackson left Monday
Mm IWltjin 'T.nn nrhA la fl nariATir. l.Tl . ' ...
t ti 7. i Ti X.- i xt it i 'or a three-day trip to Buxton, on the
Norfolk General Hospital, Norfolk.' p banks at d zme meet.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Collins of Char-, in of the W. IS. C &
lottillS, Va., were week-end guests TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
of IMr. and Mrs. Winston Lane. .
At Very Low Prices
;L-ibs' Fall Dresses V-Off J
SPECIALS THIS WEEK-BID
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
O LADIES' SUITS
O LADIES' COATS
These items are on sale at these prices X
this week-end only. Don't miss these $
J. C. Blenchard & Co., Inc.
"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832
' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Chappefi and
son, Milton, and Miss Shirley Good
win of (Hertford, iR 2, returned home
Sunday f om West Chester, IPa.,' after
a three-day visit With relatives there,
Mr. and 'Mrs. Louis (Winslow were
Sunday visitors with the W; T, "Wins-
lew family. . ...:'. -'y . ;: p .
iMisa Delma Ann Hurdle, in com
pany with three friends from White
ston community, attended a Young
Friends' Conference at Guilford Col-
legs Saiturday and Sunday.
'Mr. d Mrs. Leon Lane and Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Copeland and son, Carlton
of IKyland, spent Sunday with rela
tives in Norfolk, Va.
'Sunday dinner gueets of the W. W
ISpivey family were Mr. and Mrs.
'Stockton Turner and two children,
and Miss 'Peggy Turner of Tyner.
Mr. and Mrs. IRoy Ward spent Sun
day with his parents at Winfall.
Mr. and Mrs. J.' M. Copeland, Mrs.
Harmon Young and three children,
and Mi.'V. Young visited with the
Archie Layden and Oliver Layden
families Sunday P. M., near Hobbs
ville,.- ' '
Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Cammie Monds included Mrs. Ladis
Turner of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs.!
P E. Turner and daughter of Ports-,
mouth, Va. !
Mrs. Lewisi Spivey spent most of
the past week by the (bedside of her
mother, Mrs. E. H. Harrell, who is
ill at her home near Chapanoke. -
New Postmaster In '
Office At Belyidere
r J. T. Johnson, iPost Oflfice Inspector
of Elizabeth CHy, vknted he Belvidere
Post Office at the close of the March
quarter and administered, the oath of
office, as (Postmaster, to Russell C.
Baker, who was appointed recently as
acting Postmaster for Belvidere.
At 'the separation of Mrs. L. Jay
Winslow, as postmaster of the office,
Mr. Johnson expressed appreciation of ,
having known and worked with her in
the postal business and wished the re'
tiring Postmaster many years of hap
py retirement. .
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Chappell andj
children, Faye and Lessie, were supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Raper)
tster Sunday. Later they visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. IPerry of Bethel. . j
Mr. and Mrs. C ff. (Raper and P. jE.1
Chappell apent Thursday in Elizabeth
Oity and visited Mrs. OR. D. Raper, Sr.
' Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tjhomas Chappell last Thursday wer
Mrs. T. iR. Butt and children,' Tommy
and Phyllis, Mrs. L. J. Chappell and
l-aughter, Lessie, Mrs. J. ,T. Chappell,
Mrs. C. J. iRaper and Mr. and Mrs. E.
JJ. IChappell. '
PINEY WOODS NEW
Mr. and Mrs. iShelton Chappell visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. ICharlie Blanchard of
Suffolk,. Va., Sunday.-
Mrs. Ida IWhite spent Wednesday
with Mr. and Mrs. .J. T. Chappell.
: Mrs. T. (R, (Britt and children, Tom
my and Phyllis, of Norfolk, Va. spent
last week with Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Butt of New Hope and Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Raper.
Mrs. Ida White returned home last
week after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
John Elmer Wood.
Mrs. Harvey Chappell and daugher
Jennifer, and Mrs. Purvis ' Chappel
visited Mrs. Sherman 'Copeland Thurs
day (P.M. T.v" ' -
(Mrs. jNonman Chappell visited Mrs.
Harvey Chappell Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Sutton Chappell visited -Irs.
Ida White Saturday.
(Mian Imno-ene Oiannrill vinitcrl Jipr
aunt, Mrs." Tommy (Byrum of Hertford
Mr. , and Mrs. W. (D. Perry of Bethel
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Chappell -and
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. IRaper Sunday v,
P. M. , ' -
QUARTET TO SING
A quartet from tl Warwick Swamp
Baptist Church will sing Sunday af
ternoon wt 3 o'clock at the Whiteville .
Grove Laptist Church. The public is'
invited va atteno.
SL1RPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY
Mrs. Meadow Harreli charmingly
entertained a number of friends at a
surprise birthday party honoring Mrs.
Winston E. Lane and Annie Lou Lane.j
As the honoreea entered they were(
greeted by other 'guests singing "Hap
py Birthday1 To You."
Games and contest- were enjoyed
with Howard Mathews and :Winston
Lane, Sr., winning prizes. Mrs. Lane
and Annie Lou opened and acknowl
edged thet rmany gifts. ' j
A threePtler bhthday cake was
brought in and the candles lighted.
The hostess served ice cream andt
cake and later the birthday cake was'
rut bv Mrs. Howard ftiaraews ana
serve ! with bottled drinks. :
I an a candidate for, re
election to the office of Com
missioner for Ihe Town of
Hertford, subject to the Prim
ary Election April 23. i
YOUR VOTE AND .
SUPPORT WILL BE
Henry Clay Mm
From Our Complete Stocks We Have
Annii N. C. 27 Funks 512 S-350 N. C. 211 Wood's Dixie
lUlU. Golden Dent White Dent Haskett's Prolific and
PllTTflH QCtH Mamfs White Gold, Wannamaker's and Coker
WJ 1 1 UH OLLU m Breeder Seed, Certified High Germination.
SOY BEANS Early Wood Yellow, Mammoth Yellow and Ogden.
PEAf .UTS Peanuts from local stock. .
TRY OUR LIQUID FERTILIZER
All you do, is wet the seed ... let it dry . and plant It gives
you quick growing start. Simple to use. It pays big dividends. One
gallon treats six bushels of corn. Ask us about it . - ; :
Only $4.00 Per Gallon;;
We Have Most Any Kind of Seed You Want See Us First i
J. C. BlancIiaFd & Go;,; Iic;
. "BLANCHARD'S" SINCE tt$ '
1949 Chevrolet a-door Se-j
dan. Extra clean. Special,
See this one.'
1946 Ford Tudor. Black.
1946 Ford Tudor. Fully!
equipped. Maroon. .
1948 Plymouth 2 -door. Very 1
clean. Radio . and heater
White wall tires.
1 940 Fprd Tudor Deltnte.
FOR A-i USED CARDS AND
TRUCKS SEE US FIRST
HERTFORD, N. C.
,"Spring housecfeaning is done easier and faster when you
have the proper equipment and right supplies."
"I always shop at Hertford Hardware & Supply Company for
my housecleaning needs, for the stock is complete andTl can buy
each needed item in the shortest time and at reasonable prices."
COME IN TODAY FCR HOUSECLEANING SUPPLIES
Vacuum Cleaners , : Carpet Sweepers
Floor Polishers Wax Appliers
Mops " Brooms Dusters Brushes
Pate and Liquid Wax ; . "Floor Polishes
Wood Work and Floor Cleaners
. . - '.00.
Hertford llsnr.7re & Supply Compmy
"Trade Here and Bank the Difference"
PHONE 3461 HERTFORD, N.C.
For Ouality Seeds
Visit Hertford Hardware
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Headquarters For the Best In. Seed and Equipment
! For Garden and Field.
1 GET YOUR TESTED SEEDS TOD A Y WE
HAVE FOR GARDEN AND TRUCK CROPS '
Adams Extra Early Corn -Norfolk
Aristogold Corn ;
Golden ICross Corn
Cantaloupe Seed '
Cabbage Plants Beans "
Peas Onion Sets
. '. Red and White Potatoes ;
Complete Assortment of
Vegetable and Flower Seeds
fAQU tDOPS J
N.C 27 Hybrid Corn
Dixie 17 Hybrid Corn
Golden Dent Corn
Golden Supreme Corn
Funk's Seed Corn ,
Lespedeza - White Clover - Rape
Latham's Double Ear Corn :
Wood's V-125 White Corn
Cotton Seed Certified Cc!:cr 1CD
FARM MACHINERY -. GARDEN TOOLS - LIME SPREAD
ERS We have a complete line of equipment you will heed for
the coming farm season. Come in today and select yours.
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