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v Plans for the Halloween party, to be
staged by the Central Grammar School
, PTA on Friday night, October 26, at
the school in Winfall, were announced
today by Mrs. B. F. Bray, chairman
of the Ways and Means Committee.
; ' Tha party, will start at 7:30 P. M,
with a small admission fee for adults.
Children will be admitted free. At
tractions for the event will be a
. short Halloween skit and a play pre
sented by Mrs. Lamb's room. Then,
there will be fortune telling, a fish
ing pond, spook Toom, and other at-
. tractions for entertainment- The
highlight of the evening will be the
grammar grades and the prince and
princess of the primary classes, The
public is . invited to attend.
-Mary Beth -Perry
, Miss Mary Beth Perry, Perquimans
. County 4-H queen for 1951. has been
entered in a State-wide 4-H contest,
it was announced today by Bobby
Smith, chairman of the county con
: Miss Perry will compete with 17
ether girls in the state contest, and
will take part in a district meet to
be held atWilliamston on October 24.
She is a junior at Perquimans High
School, and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Perry. " .
GIVEN AT MEETING
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more members to maintain a school
here. She urged all those who were
undecided to please join.
The door prizes were won by Mrs,
Paul Fisher and I. C. Yagel. -
' Mrs. T. P. Brinn, program chair
man, invited all the parents to go to
their child's class room to meet other
parents of that room and to talk with
the teacher and get to know the group
and the goal toward which their child
needs to work this school year.
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color, rowcred by famous aelvinatoi
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WE ALSO HAVE A
COMPLETE LINE OF
Belvidere, N. C.
- Mr. and Mrs. Seth Umphlett and
Dickie, Mrs. Trim Sawyer and Mrs.
Mattie Umphlett went to Elizabeth
City on Sunday to sea MrJand Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Clark and
friends of Wilson spent the week-end
at their cottage.
! Mr- and Mrs. J. D. Yeates-viaited
her mother, Mrs. M. S. Smith of near
wooavuie on Sunday afternoon. ,
Mr., and Mrs. Delvm Euro spent
Sunday afternoon with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Umphlett
Misses Mary ..Frances and Shirley
Eure and Miss Wilma Anne Caddy
came to see Miss Mollie Lu Yeates on
.' Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eure and Miss
Lucy Mae Eure visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Simpson at Portsmouth, Va.,, on
Mr. and Mrs. Watson Eure went to
see Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Simpson
at Suffolk, Va., on Sunday - after
Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence Miller and
children of Norfolk, Va., visited Mr.
and Mrs. Freeman Umphlett on Sun
day afternoon. , .
Mrs. Watson Russell is spending
this week with Chief and Mrs. Warren
Perry at Newport News, Va.
On Friday night, Mr. and Mrs.
Ulric Caddy had as their guests, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Sawyer and Mr. and
Mrs. ' Charles Sawyer of Ehzabeth
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Miller and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Miller at Suffolk, Va.
ginia Lch, Va., r ert ,t j week-end
with Mr. and Krs. Q.ip V,"i::low. They
motored to Durham to see the foot
ball game between State end Duke.
!Kr3. llollio Earr is- y--y ill ;at
her t - -e, . . Ura. Delia I-jrrell of
Edor.ioj it at rer slater's IsJjide.
' Mrs. C. L Tyria and Uw,- Charlie
Tyrie , viiiited in Norfolk, Va.;; Sun
day. .-, A v- - - , ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Eliaha V.l.itley and
son and Jus wife of rortmoutfa, va
and Norfolk, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs,
J. F, Hollowell ' Sunday. : '
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hollowell and
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell -visited Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Mathews Sunday P. M., in
Elizabeth City. - . ' .
Mrs. R. M. Milton has" returned
home from a recent visit in Baltimore,
Mdrx --, 'v, vj'-'S;
Mr. and Mrs; R. M. Munden and
Francis of Suffolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Twine and Vincent White of
Norfolk, Va, were supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell Sunday.
. Selby Stokes and sons, Stokey and
Mike, of Raleigh spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell, Sr.
Mr. - Stokes returned home" leaving
his" sons to spend some time with
C. O. McCulIoughs of Virginia
Beach, Va.,-s'pent the week-end with
his family here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Parker have
recently moved here from Hertford,
Mrs. J. F. Hollowell spent Tuesday
with her mother in Wooavuie.
Miss .-Ann Proctor and ' Richard
Guller of Norfolk, Va. spent the
'lira. Cauda Fields of Ear". .J
spent the week-end wi"h llr. and lira.
Leroy Nixon. v
W. V. Lewis returned from the
Allmr!e Hospital, r " ' C"-,
tLis week ani is z'- - J i J ,t .
nic 'aTler Lis c: t.
' . Liy Wood LXioti, U. S. Am 71 I
his wife are vajitTg his rrl3, 1
and Krs. V. II. Elliott Le fcs b --:
stationed at Marshall I ' nZa fr t' :
past two years. He wi.l now be 1
tioned at Columbia, S. C. -
, Mrs. Robert Wood of Norfo'i, Va.,
and Mrs. Vernon Howell of U.LJL:'.
City speH Sunday with their broC?.
Clayton V.'hite. " ,
Mr. and lira. Gerald Wood of Nor
folk visited her parents Sunday, llr.
ana airs. w. W. Lewu. - -
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Mr. and Mrs. Cynl Window w4i week-end with Miss Proctor's narents.
son, Mr. and Mrs. fcetn Long, Jj.r .,. Havwood Proctor.
spent Sunday with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Seth Long, Sr. .
v MEN'S CLUB TO MEET
The Methodist "Men's Club of Per
quimans Charge will meet October 25
at 7:30 o'clock at Woodland Metho
dist Church. All members are urged
to be present Supper will be ser
ved bv the W. S. C. S. t
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Stallings and
Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith
spent Friday in Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Combs and
family of Shawboro spent Saturday
with her relatives,
M. C. Bovce. Jr.. U. S. C. G., of
Wilmington, N C, was the week-end
The Mart Towe Circle of the Hert
ford Methodist Church met with Miss
Nellie Fields at her home on Grubb
Street for the regular monthly meet
ing Monday, night, October 16, with
Miss Fields, chairman, presidinirrMrs.
Elton Hurdle and Mrs. J. E. Newby
gave the devotional and program. Mrs.
Charles Payne read the minutes of the
Plans were made to continue the
Nursery at the 11 o'clock service on
Sunday with the members of the Mary
Towe Circle in charge.
Plans were discussed for the Ba
zaar and dinner to be held in the Edu
cational Building of the church Thurs
day night, December 6. She congratu
lated Mrs. J. L. Harris, the new Zone
President for this district Mrs. El-
don Winslow will be hostess to the
November -meeting at her home on
It's Peanut Tune Again; VcuU Need
, .PEANUT AGS HAY' WIRE .
SEWING TWINE and NEEDLES
GALVANIZED BASKETS and TUBS
We Have These Articles In Stock, " See US For Your Needs .
7 ; TODAY! J !,
"TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE
. HERTFORD, N. C. ; ,
It's Harvest Season
We are ready to help you by supplying the things you need
for the Fall Harvest.
SEE US FOR "
Peanut Bags , Twine Baling Wire
Pitch Fork and Shovels" . : ,
ALL KINDS OF FARM EQUIPMENT.
INCLUDING TRACTORS , .
: PAPER ROOFING
Don't overlook your best place to get
everything you need now.
WE HAVE SEVERAL USED TRACTORS
-I Practically - new Case with
1 General and equipment.
- 1 John Deere B, like new.
2 Farmall 14 with equipment.
, Also - several items in used
"equipment, Prices "are right. '-
"BLANCHARD'S'.' SINCE 1832
The largest selling .Multiple
Vitamin of all madei '-.
provides i)i times the daily
Adult requirement pf Vitamins
A, D, C and B2
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j ; . Vitamin' B-i
Build r up , your . resistance
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"On The Cvrner",
f. Hertford, N. CJ ; ,
SALE OF .VJjOF TiOT
Fishing Equipment, Tools and Other
On Saturday, October 27, 1951, at-2 o'clock P. M4 I shall offer Z
lor saie, at tne nome piace 01 uie late n. x. xiiuon, izu nurcn street,
Hertford, N. C, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the
louowmg articles 01 rlahing tjuipment, to
property belonging to the late R. D. Elliott. Sr.:
1 Fishing Skiff '
83 Eel and Catfish Pots -
1 Lot Small Blocks
1 Lot Oil Cans and Containers ,
25 Complete Trot Lines with Corks, 1' Lot : Metal and , Wood . Pulleys,
Swivels, Leads and Hooks ' " Assorted Sises .
3 Galvanized Turtle Traps
1 Lot Steel Cable and Buoys
4 Assorted Galvanized Tanks, size 1 Lot Kegs and Barrels : , '
6x8x6x4 - t n
1 Fish Box
2 Assorted Iron Tanks S " ' Jr. -
' 1 Heavy 'Duty Harness - .
1 Heavy Duty Logging Winch ' Sewing Machine. ,
1 Large Vise , ' ) 1 Lot Heavy Duty Machine and Z
- , l IM rish nets and Equipment ; T
1 AH Kinds of Wood Working' and
' "' Machine Tools , - -
2 Sets 12-in. Fall Block .
,2 Sets 6-in. FaU Block -
i.l Set 12-in. Fall Slock and Tackle Various Items of Value Not listed
' 2 R.D.IJLlbTT,JR. :
. r",;,.''..').'.:..'i Administrator at XL. li. KUintt: r
$ Fred Matthews, Auctioneer- ' . . '
Interested Iii A New Refrigerator? Listen!
You can get one here . . . the name . ,,
brand is "FRIGIDAIRE." You know
that make is the best.
-For ONE WEEK, beginning October
.19 and .continuing : through October 26,
we will give you. FREE a $50 Savings,
Bond as a present if you buy any refrig
erator in our stock.
Prices Are Factory List . ,
, The terms are 15 percent down, and
the balance in up to 18 equal payments.
Don't Miss This Deal as We
. Cannot Repeat It ,
OF THE ENTIRE
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. Beready for winter . . selectyour new
. . , space heaters from our. complete stock of , '
famous makes V! we have, ready for im-
mediate-installation, ; ; - i .
" NORGE riTLORENCE TPLYMOUTH
and COLEMAN SPACE HEATERS '.C
Also Portable Type Heaters
: '(f'"'ry If you desire wood or coal heaters, we have those, 'too;
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. We also have a complete line of Stove Board, Pips,
Ells,. Dampers, .Collars, Pokers, Shovels Coal Hodi,
A u r" Portable Grates, Brass Wq Fhco Sets and Screens
j Corns In Today For Your , Needs
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