T. , j ;.ek-end With Belati.cs ,
ONAL J I faflr I tx; s and : te W..-4 "-Javid and
daughter spent ane wees-raw wiu
i.ativaa at oreenvil.e .and Aaoskie.
' , ?feif Come , . . 1 North Carolina, and has beenjaf tl.e' ;?cle att- ' 1, i i i ciV dr
iaa mrs. Joe uaravfeio moved evven a caan awara lor i.ne woii noncr v.ts presen. i a I y rii.
1 1 . I fj i . it i n LL AlU 1 i t. t k
' uieir new aorae on itmwa xvoaa jdoui ciinureu uihi tiareuia jutvo oi-
i. week. .
Mrs. Mary Lou Surtton of Shelby
IUOi '. W ivw"i - - i i,T J i-l - r
i A ,M:.a ntr utA ,Witt. a. . T.0rtlrlU ffrr wraw-cin wiuu w. uiu aim
I WV3"VIIU WJiUi MAU90 ffww riM7- U HUT . ilUilKJ WV KW,imwmv -p p T J -W 0 fp Onii
BJWIlUlUg govciat u; t
Mr and Mrs. !P. E. Winalow of 1
Rocky Mount and Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Keturned Home , .
Wilcox of: Norfolk, Va., spent the Mrs. B. J.-Hollemai., Sr., returned
low and Mrs. Will Hudson.
(From Norfolk i
Mr. and Mrs. James Howard of
Norfolk, iVa., spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. iPeMon and Mia.
C. H. Howard.
iFrom Indiana ' .
Mrs. F. OB. 'Stephenson and children
of Indiana, Pa., are itihe gneflta of Mr.
and Mrs. L. N. flollowelL Mr. Step
henson spent the week-end but has
returned home. - t i
. From Henderson ., ' 1
Mrs. Norflae KjRgtiner Hender
: son spent the waek-en4 with her moth
er, Mrs. 1 WJfJormaa.
Week-end Here (
' Richard 'Futrell ,and a jfriend from
.UNC, Chapel HOI, spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Futrell.
Sunday In Norfolk
' . Misa EHzabeth Wood, Miss Hulda
Wood, Mrs. Baker Wood and Mrs. Bill
Boyce spent Sunday in Norfolk, Va.,
where they poured the lAzalea Gar
dens.. iReturned '
Ray Jordan, from the University of
Michigan, haa returned after spend
ing fcha spring holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jordan.
: Mrs. Mollis 'Standing of Norfolk,
Va., is the guest of Mrs. 6. T. Sutton.
Mrs. iB. J. Holleman, Jr.
Wnalr.onil Tn Raltimore
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Grunewald and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar lone spent ithe
week-end in Baltimore, Md.
iFrnm Richmond - '
Miss Katherine White of Richmond,!
Va., spent 'the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Talmadge Rose, Jr.
Week-end Here ;
IX and Mrs. IGordon Walker and,
dausrhter SDent the week-end with
Mrs. R. I Knowles enroute toJack
sonville, 'Fla., where Lt. Walker will
She was accompanied home by Mrs,
J. T. 'Britt, who has been visiting here
and Mm. Charles White, Sr., who will
visit relatives' in Shelby.
Mr. and Mrs.. Skinner Chalk ' of
Morehead City spent . Monday with
Mrs. Annie Chalk.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey 'Ange and
daughter of Williaimston spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caravello.
Sunday At Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eley and chil
drsn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
L. T, Daniels at Washington.
Miss Dorothy Maynard returned to
her-teaching duties Monday after be
ing confined to her home because of
sickness for several days.
Week-end At Durham
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Daughtery and
children spent the week-end in Dur
ham, yi; ' !if y WT.J'r
Sunday Guests - . 1
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ullett r and
daughter of Elizabeth City spent Sun
day wWi Mr. and Mrs, C, 'F. Sumner.
Returned Home .. v
Mrs. Alexander. C. Leete has re
tumed to Columbus, Ohio, after spend '
ing some time - here with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Leete. ,
Mrs. T. IS. White, Mrs. K. T. White,
Mrs. IR. L. Knowles and Mrs. J. R.
JarvJs left Monday to spend this
week with Mr. and Mrs. IShelton
White in Raleigh.
club a success, and to nush their rat-: l. .' .... . :..
ing up to -738 points, which: will climb' Jf. -ZfTT i . . 7"!.
higher beforethe d .of the fchool Wle nJ fl
year. Patricia Biggers is xhe presi-,"""' Z -
dent of the Club, and Mrs. R. M. Rid-I J- faHllt!y Tllm$f11'
dick is Counselor. . ?tkd " 85,4
HONORED AT BUFFET SUPPER Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Clark of Wdl.
Miss Inabelle Coleman ft Durham son and Mrs. Pensie Drake of Mullins;
and a former missionary to Chinfti'S. C., were dinner guests' of Mr. and
who as guest speaker at the Hent- Uttrs. J.JB. 'jBasnignt on Sunday.
ford Baptist Church Monday night, Mr. and Mrs. AM. Copeland and
was tne nonorea guest s a ounei.iamwy spens ssunuay wm. jar, ajiu
supper given at the home of Mrs. V. Mrs. Kidney Copeland.
N. Darden .' Monday ' evening by the
Inabelle Coleman -Missdonary Circle
of the church. The home was beauti
fully decorated with cut flowers. Af
ter the supper tc wnica no members
. and 1
y of l.or-
l t 1 f
'llr. -and C'rs. ,Ci EL Fletcher of
WaslJs?2ton, D. 'Cr vioited llr.; and
Mrs. J. IB. IBasnitrht Tuesdav. ' : i, i .
STATIONED IN COI.CHADO
William Ray Lamb,- USAF, son' of
Mr. ' and Mrs. Willie ILamb, is now
stationed at Denver, Colorado. JH is
in school taking a course in Arma
ment Electronic fundamentals. .
' Recipe for Communism: JLet the
rich' get richer and the poorer 'get
wit. ana uars, irvm wneanee naa as poorer. j 1 1. -
Returned Home '
Mrs. R. D. 'Elliott, . Br., returned
home Monday from Ayden, where she
Mrs. G. E.i Newby, who has been' ywiung vr wm-uww sou
at iRocky Mount for several monfts.l daughter, Dr. and MrsG. G.DaOn.
snent he week-end with Mrs. ,T. &i She was accompanied home hy Mrs.
White at her home on Market Street.
, Miss Frances Newby of Belhaven
spent the week-end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newby.
Mrs. W. G. Newby, Jr., and son of
Charleston, W. iVa., and -Mrs. Roy
Reed and children of Kvinsrton, Va-
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sunday At Williamsburg , "
Newby Sr., at their home on Froi: ' Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Winslow spen
Street. I Sunday at Williamsburg, Va,
Dixon, who spent Monday and Tues
day. - .V
I I 1 m J No other lawn
1 y 1 if J mower offers so
I I " m if many t'me and
I ; tv! !M""M I ff money-saving fc-
1 In ' ture' Natural-grip fc
' I " ' ' " llAr steel handle... fin- X:
"' '. ,V '. t2yufctt'49 adjustment... '
pr-, f automatic self sharp-
j? I ener n(' "''W more.
' . ' 0 ' I Properly balanced ,
jf ff I weiiht, precise curdng
' f V 1 I action and durable,,
' . , I .1 construction assure
I a years of perfect mow- '
1 w ' ::' tog performance. .
MODEL I 3
16' and 18' cut
Hertford Hatee & Supply Company
"Trade Here and Bank the 'Difference".
PHONE 3461 HERTFORD. N. C.
1 ' ' . ,f.r ....
Todayt Friday ,
Matinee S P. H. Night 74 i
SUSAN HA YWARD
j Saturday: Show Opens 1 P. M. -
STEVEN McNALLY .
"FdOimbThe 1 "Wyoming Mail"
Highest Mountain' G-Men Never IForget No. 12
Sunday Shows: 2:15 4:15 and 9:15 P. M. ' V v
" EDMUND O'BRIEN and JOANNE DRU
'711 OCEAN DM"
- Monday and Tuesday Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M
BARBARA STANWYCK and CLARK GABLE
"TO PIEASH 1jlY".
Wednesday: Matinee 3 PM. Night 7-9 P. M.
" DOUBLE FEATURE
First Feature , J , , Second Feature .
. JAMES ELLISON J.. HOWARD OUIFF
VIRGINIA HERRXCK ' J,;' ' PEGGY DOW
"I Killed Geronimo" Shakedown'
Thursday and Friday Matinee 9 p. ILNight 7-9 P. M-
- I-'' RONALD REAGAN and DIANNA LYNN
Week-end In Washington
Mr. and1 Mrs. Glenn Mathews; Mrs.
Matt Mathews and eon 'Paul spent the
week-end in Washington, D. C, as, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan McKaye.
Returned Home . ' i .
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Gregory, Mrs.
I. N. Thomas and Frank Ainsley have
returned home after spending several
days last week at Williamsburg,
Yorktown and IJamestown, Va. On
their route hoirte they stopped off at
Norfolk to see .the azalea gardens.
I take this opportunity, to an
nounce my candidacy for re
election to the office of mayor,
subject to the primary' to be
held April 30. ,
(: ; v .; 'f0Xyi''-
It has been my aim and pur
pose during my tenure of office
to serve the people and if se
lected again I shall endeavor to
meet the wishes of , all the peo
ple for the betterment of our
Your vot and help will be ap
IROOK IHLIIB MKFrrs . ' 1 I
Mrs. J. IH. Towe was hostess to her
rook club Friday evening at her home
on Church 'Street. Those, playing
were Mesdames Crafton Mathews. lAr-
cnie uane, V. l. planner, j. a. mot-
ris,K Julian White, D. F. ; Reed, Sr.,
Carlton Cannon, G. IB. Tucker, Harry
HoHowell, Walter Dail, Miss Mary
Sumner and Miss Thebna (Elliott The
high score prize and floating prize
went to Mrs. 'Mathews and low was
awarded Mrs. (Lane. A sweet course j
was served. ;.
; v -'. " ' " " '-;'M
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS "
' Mrs. W. G. Wright entertained her
bridge club Tuesday evening at herj
Home on Church street. Those enjoy,
ing the evening were Mesdames iB. G,
Koonce, T. B. Sumner, IV.. N. Darden,
Charles Henc,: J. O. Felton, Charles
Whedbee, Miss Thielma Elliott and
Miss Kate Blanchard. The high score
prize went .to Miss Elliott and low
was awarded Mrs. Koonce. A sweet
course was served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Mary Sumner was hostess to
hear bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home. Those playing were Mes
dames J. JT. OMggers, C. M. Williford,
H. C ISfokes, T. I Jessup, C.-E. John
son, Miss Ruth Elliott, Miss Ruby
White and the. hostess. The hirh
score prize went .to Miss White. Re
freshments were served.
: JUNIOR MUSIC CLUiB NOTES
'At;.the Music dubs Convention at
High Point last week, it was an
nounced, that the Hertford Junior Mus
ic Club has for the second time made
the highest rating of any junior musk
Thursday, April 19th
For 10 Days
s . " Sizes o to 44 '-.v' T
All New Merchandise
, VTo Cost Prices V
THEY MUST BE SOLD
I hereby announce my can
didacy for the Hertford Town
Board in the coming Primary,
April 30. If elected by you, to
this office, I. will "exert my
greatest ' energies toward the
operation oi an unbiased, et 11-
anu : prugicssivc
YOUR VOTE AND ,
fl , SUPPORT WILL ME
Robert L '
f At Simon 's
All Of Our.Spring
Topers cd Suits
Values to $22.50
. " - ., .' ',. .
Values td $22.50
Slf OF IADIES' SPO HATS
i: Large Selectioh of fST7 TT
! : , Seasbn'sNewfest " lf ff ' -)) ' H
Styles ", -
i SHOP EARLY AND SAVE AT THIS SALE
I S: I M O M
'., ":,:'v:.-;1!, .f! '
J6nwa plhhr and iwoy or lUngi of Hw pail whwi
yon own a '51 Ford. Thofi bacout Ford's imw Auo-
: MAC Rid tontrtx wrt-aaum 10 oh rypu gr
roadt for maximum imoottwu. Hi a
look AbMd" Ford fMlm.
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Forycan erhcod, Pord'i bganei of s
.(to: "Color-lteyod" Foraft F
Control Fonol and now "CJol'
CWtoMoMwd 0 Ford! oftiior c
far '51 Ford "loob Ahoad" to bring yon Mm FwdcmiQtit
Driv ... If iwwf st, nootho, mort f!- " ' AutemaHe
. troraffll!on ovmI Tbo groat turn FordomiinC nww lag i
gtvM yoa triggor-qukk gotaway nd oay "roddng" m .
(now or mud. . .. OpomIm V4 amA ':
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