ILe" names of students at Perquim
u llrh School, who will but a
marshals for the 1251' commencement
excises wen released this week by
Ci. i wooaara, principal ox me school
Selected upon the basis of scholas
tic achievements -for the past school
year the students named as marshals
we re i Margaret Symons, chiefs Tom
y Coroner and Pauline Burhage, 11th
graJe, Faye Butt and Mable ' Martin
Whedhee, 10th grade, John Morris and
, Jean Butt, 9th grade, Mary 'Frances
Sure, Julia Ann Stoke and Joanna
Williford, eighth grade. -..
PARTY ffm (dUDS-ELECT
Miss Dorcas Knowles entertained at
a dessert-bridge party Saturday after
noon, 'May 12, te honor Miss (Ruth
Elliott, whose niprriage to Eldon Win
low will take place June 2. The
guests were delighted with a minia
ture' bride and groom molded of Ice
. cream, which was served to the guest
f honor. The other guests were aer
ved with an ice course of bride's slip-,
pers, cup cakes in the form of a baa
ket and nuts carryi"3 ot tLa green
and white color scheme. '
The tijh score prise for the after
noon's clav went to &ass 'late t:ancA'
ard. lira. Robert Hollowell received
the second high prize. Kiss Elliott
was presented with a lovely guest
prise in her silver. v T ,
Those playing were: Kisses (Ruth
Elliott. Thetoa Elliott. Frances New
by, Helena Nixon, Kate IBlanchard,
Mesdames Charles Murray, Henry
Stokes, Jr, Wilson Dillon, Durwood
Reed, Robert Hollowell, Al Kenton,
Jesse Lee Hams, rrancia iNixon,
Vivian Mathews, Riley Moods, Frank
Jessup, Henry (Say Sullivan, Willis
Jeosup, Charles Payne, T. P. Brinn,
Jack Brinn, Howard Pitt, ffoe Towe,
Charles Johnson. .
STUDY GROUP TO MEET
A P. T. A. Study Group Meeting
will he held at the home of Mrs. ffoel
Hollowell In WinfaH Friday evening,
May 18, at 8 o'clock. The Winfall
committee will have charge of, the
program, continuing the subject for
the year, 'Growing Toward Ma
Any member of the P. T. A., who is
interested is invited to attend.
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For Your Fam byrizti
. If you use Tractor or Hofse-drawn farm equipment,.' r
: you will find our store stocked with repair parts for
,t these machines. ' A
See lis Tcday For r
Cultivator Stefels' Points Sweeps ,
! 'Shovels Bolts Other Plow Parts
Weeding Hoes Handles Rakes Forks
Peanut Weeders Extra Teeth r,
Tractor Cultivator Gariijs -
, YOU WILL FIND YOUR NEEDS AT -
Hartford Wzrim & S-ly CompLiy
"TradtHere and Bank theDifierence"
PHONE 3461 HERTFORD, N. C.
with Lvia L. . ftk
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end guests of I : 1 . ,. C.
Mr. and z' s r 1
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Day wiU L'r. t !"'-).;'.. I... lih.
Mr. ana L.:x I !Llni
children wt.s t" t Vf 1 c--'- l-
Mr. and irs. u J. w.
Sunday visIU,.i lit. and Mrs.
or Tirt.-i.. i ' , j -
(Pictured above is I!s raiy Bethl - " ' :;ir-
Perry, daughter of Hr. and Krs..Toml -, r ""T 7',
aa.ase miuv wwmuvav wu vvv
aren oi Jsunoury.
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1 ; 4 ia leaver L.J CX.ne-
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lwh wss a native of Cho
U tv.e d-r; ;r of the late
' -.ndor lToiw.cott an J A-
. I " Northec't and e.e wiJ. i
i 1 'a C:iha James STarrish of
. l County. .
: I ::rs are one niece, with whom
- ' 's her - home, lira, Troy C
, Z:., of Norfolk and three nep
J. A; Perry-of Hertford, C H.
cf Norfolk and II. M. Northoott
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Protect Your Gardens
. Tit 4 - U5 T-i
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Rid your gardens of those summertime pests and in
sects by using reliable insecticides ;We suggest the
fonowing you'll find in our large stock: ;
Rotonne Dust Calcium Arsenate
Arsenate of Lead Bordeaux Mixture
Sabadilla Dust Red Arrow
Ever Green pidz Black Leal : , ,
End-OrPest Rose Dust Lime; ''
Sulphur and Copper. Dust t ,'
VEAUJJOHAVE - . '
TANK SPRAYERS AND DUST GUNS
Perry, who was selected from a froup
of 24 contestants as Kics Perquimans
County of 1951, as winner of the con
test, sponsored by the Perquimans 4-n
Clubs, she was awarded a dozen
American Beauty, roses and a' gold
cup. ' .'
Judges for the contest were G. C.
Meads. Miss Mary Gaskins and Earl
Bateman, all of Elizabeth City.
I Flowers were also presented run-ners-up
in the contest who were Irene
Hunter, Nellie Cartwright and Eliza
beth Proctor. Receiving honorable
mention were Doris Faye Allen, Shir
ley Copeland, Nonie Lou 'Lane, Marion
Elliott and Frances Sutton.
Billy Smith, chairman for the 4-H
Clubs, presented the awards fallow
ing tne aecision or tne judges.
WINFALL NEV73 '
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell, Sr., Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Nowell and soil Tom
my, Mr. and Mrs. Selby Stokes and
Selby, Jr., and Michael spent Sunday
in Buiiouc, va., witn 'Mr. and 'Mrs.
B. M. Munden . ;
Mrs. Selby -'Stokes and children,
Selby, Jr., and Michael of iRaleigh,
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Nowell, Sr. . ,
little Miss Jean Copeland is sick
with the measles. 'V t .
'Miss Annie .White is very sick at her
home. " -
Mrs. Charles Tyree and Mrs. Jennie
Tyreen spent Wednesday in Norfolk,
Mrs. Haywood Proctor id spending
sometime in Norfolk, Va., visiting rel
atives. ' " .
Mrs. Bailey Temple spent the week
end with her aunt, Mrs. W. KJ. Hollo
well. - . -
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes' of
Portsmouth, Va., Mrs. F, E. Cary of
Charleston, West Va., spent s Sunday
with Mr. and, Mrs. Johnnie Lane and
Mrs. Nonie 'Nowell. ...
Mrs. Reginald 'Munden and daugh
ter,. Frances, of Suffolk, Va, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lane Sunday.
Pvt Thomas Eugene Gregory of
Camp Pickett, Va., spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tillett and chil-
with Mrs. Tillett's parents, Mr. and
dren, .Larry and Delores, spent Sunday
Mrs. T. S. Gregory. .
Howard Baker of Arlington, Va.,
and Horace Baker, Jr., of Mount Airy,
N. C., and Miss Polly Baker of Eliza
beth City spent the week-end with
their mother, Mri. J. H. 'Baker.
Thomas Edward Umphletfc of Cho
wan College spent the week-nd -with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Umph-
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Daughtery of
Greensboro spent several days - this
past week with his mother, Mrs. E. B.
Daughtery and Woodrow. - r
. A. R. Winslow, Jr., was taken to
the Albemarle Hospital last Saturday
for appendicitis. He is doing fine af
ter the operation.
; fKra. W. G. Hollowell spent Moth
er's Day with Mr. and Mrs. J. jM. Hat
hews at Elizabeth City, Route 1. .
Mr. and Mrs. J.. F. Hollowell and
G rover visited Mrs. Hollowell's Moth
er, Mrs. E. R. Whedbee, Sr., at Wood
ville Sunday, P. M.
T. H. White spent Sunday at Nags
Head. 1 ,
Mrs. J. L. Nixon has returned home
after spending sometime with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. W. M. Miller, in
Mr and Mi-s. Louis Winslow and
daughter, Lois Violet were the Sun
day -dinner guests of Mr. -and lira.
T. D. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Winslow were
Sunday dinner guests of his parents)
Mr. and.Mrs. J. L. Winslow.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Perry, Jr., spent
Mother's Pay with Mr. and Mrs. Jack
The W. Winslow family, Miss
Margaret, and Miss Lucy White were
Sunday P. M., visitors with Mr. and
Mrs. L. T. Winslow of Whiteston.
Mr. and Mrs. William Winslow and
little" son, Arba Clare, visited Mr. and
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HERTFORD, N. C. .
By crder cf ths Town Council, in result, meeting,
1950 delinquent taxes in Hertford will be advertised on
June 8th. t , , .
' The sal of te KUne will be held on Mcripy, July '
9th. Please mnie settlement nowtlid save Citional:.
costs of adyertising:. " ' -
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Mrs. Don Skinner and childr; f
Elizabeth City were dinner guec.j cf
Mr. and Mrs., Emmett Stallings on
FriJay. ' -
Brenda Smith is able to le r?
aTr two weeks' illness with;pne j
monia and measles.
' ?.Ir. and Mrs. H. E. Onley ha 1 as
T o"r guests on Sunday Mr. amd I"
II. ErinVley and daughter el. 1
rock and Mr. and Mrs. John McLl 't
iln of llorfo! Va,
llarj'.and oyce, Jr., TJ. S. C. C,
TTilmJnston, N. CL, spent Monday -v. :
'..'s f srents, Mr. - and lira. (LL C.
LiiS. Cary Quincy and dac
A a, c? TorfoJk, Va., were we'
1" ' i T I!r. and Mrs. C. P. Q.
I 'x L.-mons, U. S. Army, ta'
C. ? I Llcett, ffpent the wt
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