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On Dul:e Varsity V "
Howard Pitt, former star athlete at
Perquimans High School and now a
sophomore ' at Duke University. Is
playing a -stellar role for the, Duke
Blue Devils in this football season.
Pitt was moved up to rn varsity end
position two weeks ago and has given
. splendid account of himself in
games with Pitt and VFI. '
'. The Hertford youth played fresh,
... man football at Duke last year, fol-
blowing a year at Virginia Epiacopal
at " Lynchburg, Va. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pitt, and is
member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
WINF ALL NEWS
Mrs. Mollie Barber is critically ill,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. IHollowell and
son, Grover and Mrs. W. G. Holkwell
motored to Nags Head Sunday P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Whedbee and
children of Elizabeth City visited his
sister, Mrs. J. F. Hollowell, Sunday
Mrs. Johnnie Lane and Miss Nonie
Lou Lane spent Monday in Norfolk,
Mrs. Chas. Tyree and Mrs. J. 1. Ty
ree spent Sunday in, Plymouth with
Mrs. Lindsey Godwin, who has been
sick for some time, is much worse. '
Mrs. Jesse Tadlock is some better
after being very sick for two weeks.
Mrs. Ruth Roberts of Hertford, Route
3, is with her mother, Mrs.. Tadlock,
while she is sick.
Mrs. J. F. Jones is spending some
time in Washington, D. C, with her
Mrs. Lula Lane is spending some
time with her daughter in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. N. B. Owen, Mrs. Aleather
Perry, Miss Sallie Jones of. EMzabeth
City visited Mrs. Mollie Barber and
Frankie Saturday. "
Charlie Barber of Norfolk, Va.,
and Delvio Barber of Portsmouth, Va.,
Mrs. Minnie Corprew, Mr. and Mrs.
William Pierce of near Portsmouth,
Va., visited Mrs. Molly Barber,-who
is very ill, Sunday.
C. 0. MoCulloughs - of -Virginia
Beach, Va., spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Temple and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Tem
ple of Newland spent Sunday with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nowell and
daughter, Linda, of Savannah, Ga.,
were dinrfer guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Nowell, Sr., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell, Sr., Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Nowell and son, Tom
my and Stokely and Michael Stokes
motored to Berkley, Va., Monday P.
m., and visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Sets Long, Sr had
as their guests on Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Cyril Winslow and son of 'Bel-
videre, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Leigh Long, of
Richmond, Va., Miss Ines Kreynns,
Miss Londie McDonald, and John
Kreynue of Hopewell, Va. '
Miss Lucy Mae Eure spent Sunday
with Miss Faye Miller. - , '.
Misses Mary Frances and Shirley
Eure were Sunday guests of Miss
Mollie Lu Yeates. ' :
Bobby Eure is on the sick list this
week. " ' " t
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Umphlett visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Eure on Sun'
day afternoon. .
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Jackson and
daughter of Raleigh, N. C, visited his
mother, Mrs. ' Callie Jackson, last
Mr. and Mrs. John .Hurdle had as
dinner guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
T. N. Jackson and daughter of Ra
leigh, and Mrs. Callie Jackson. . ;
Chief and Mrs. Warren Perry and
Jane, and Mrs. Watson Russell of
Newport-News, Va., spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cad
dy. , - - '- '
Mrs. Herman Caddy spent several
days this week in Newport-News, Va.,
as guests of Chief and Mrs. Warren
Last Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Yeates had as their guests, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Morgan and chil
dren of near Winfall.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Perry and
children of Elizabeth City were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Russell on Sunday.
' Two .of the largest sweet potatoes
produced in the history of the Negro
Veterans Class at PerL - j Train
ing School was reported tl t -k by
King A. William, supervisor. The po
tatoes were grown , by Alonia Baker,
one of an oval, shape weighed 6 and
pounds, and one, measuring 21
inches in length; weighing two' pounds
and five ounces." - .,-
According to Williams, most of the
veterans are realizing a higher over
all production in field crops due to
improved practices which have includ
ed seeding .permanent pastures and
growing'of cover crops." ' ; f '
Mrs. W.-G. Emmart and son, Ted,
are visiting Mrs. Emmart's mother,
Mrs. . J. T. Lane and Elsberry this
week. - ;
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lassiter and
daughters, Carol and Nancy, of Nor
folk, Va spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winslow and
son, Johnnie, of Norfolk, Va Mr.
and Mrs. Johnnie Uaceus and family
of Hurdletown visited Mrs. Ida Wins
low and family Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mercer iWinslow visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Stalling) and
. . . -..J v 3 k . -
noon. . -
i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Howdl and son,
Wayne, of Beech Eiins visited rela
tives here Sunday.
Clarence Winslow! of Norfolk, Va.,
spent the wecVezi vJ"i I't T'.
Mr. and U;a. Llr r 1,1 ' v. .
' Several from hw-e ...JcI "t.a
marriage of Kiss t&innie Elle Roun
tree and Selden Eotmtree at Sandy
Cross Church Cundey niorninr. i
S. J. . "1 at
a luncheon an4 1 j. . . 7, Octo
ber 23, in her C.va Cove home in
honor of her ar i t-' h 3. CLrj,
F. Ferry, lTrs. LliC-le Errzr.t, ani
i T "y r-rar-t cf v-L..:rton, D,
C " " 8 1" 8 1 jnorei gu sts tf.ose
11.. t v are ".s. Karry Ll.ecp and
Krs. W. A. T-orti of Elicilxfth- City,
Mrs.., Charles F. VftC!, Krs. W. A.
Whitley atj "rs. Clyde HXsRum.
The ter. i 1 . f cf V '
will tI 1 '' 1 v jit:'
post room,' S-Larly i.!!.t Cwt
27, beginr.' ' tt nl:e o'clock, it v
announced i y Jty Jarvis Vard. 1 ... y
p&tic is iiiviJ to attend.
Mrs. Chris Tamvakes of New Lon
don, Conn., is the guest of her bro
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Lee. Jennings.
Maryland Boyce, Jr U. S. C. G.,
Wilmington, N. C, is spending this
week with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Erker and
daughters, Betty and Peggy, of Land-
over, Md., were the week-end guests
of Lt. and Mrs. W. H. Keel.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ward and
Mrs. Trafton Phillips of Moyock
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Byrum.
Mrs. George Whitehead returned
last week from Sanford where she has
spent some time with her son and
family. ' -
Mrs. J. C. Wilson and Mrs. Alberto
Ross spent Tuesday in Norfolk, Va.
Norwood Elliott, student at E. C.
College, Greenville, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood Elliott
left yesterday for Columbia, S. C.
after spending the past ten days with
c 21 r it
YourJ clothes look NEW
again after., they've been re
freshed r by our dry-cleaning
experts! You'll like our ser
vice . t "
HERTFORD, N. C.
nAfiAjuxnjtnAr njiAruinnri nnrnnni 1 - "
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF:
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ONE GROUP OF
Ladies' and 'Men's
AS MUCH AS
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- , and
f 69.75 and 174.50 Values.
$45.00 and $46.00
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1 lot atiiey's p;::irs
REGULAR PRICE 0.50
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ONE LOT OF REGULAR .
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6 REGULAR PRICE $3.'S ' '
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Come Early WhUe Supply: Lasts
lurtfcrd lb-tec & ttozrq
: fTrvde Here and !Ban$ the Difference?,
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r HERTFORD, N. C.-
AT BIG SAVINGS
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men and boys this week. ; Cotne
'in, and see these "wise buys'? in
new Fall merchandise. , ;
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AND OTHER BRANDS
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