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Recent Guests
Mr- niul Mm Morris Hodsres End
children of Chesapeake Beach were
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. c u.
Fowler. , u , i ".
Tuesday At Corapeake
Mr. I. A. Ward sient Tuesday
witr. her sister. Mrs. J. L. Lasaiter
at Corapeake. - . . -,
Monday With Mother
Mr ;Flt.W Riddiek of Trotville
spent Monday witk her mother, Mrs.
Lucy Madre. . "
DlamJ Tn RafM .
William Ray Lamb of Otis A. F.
Bass, Mass., returned Sunday after
spending three days' leave with ms
parents, Mr. and Mrs. wune uama.
Dr. and Mrs. (Dean of North Wilkea
k ar,A Vu-harA Piitrell from Chanel
IWAV MV-1 -
Hill spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Futrell. ..
Thursday In Norfolk
F! A. Rvmm. Mrs. W. H. Bar
ber and Mrs. Hilda Sawyer spent last
Thursday in Norfolk, Va.
M.iJ.. T Vmrfnltr
Mrs. Tom Skipsey and daughter
cnorvh MfiTxInv with Mr. ana n.
Grayson Inman in Norfolk, Va.
nrir.ul WifK Mother
IT PVhnrH SlriveV. U. S. N., of
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with
his mother, Mrs. Hattie bpivey.
Undergoes Operation
u.a RvtsTf Hnllnwell left Thurs
day of this week to undergo iTA
operation at a .NorioiK nosiuuti xn
day. -
From -Greenville . '
Mi- ami Mrs. Edwin McMuUan and
Mim EdSnina McXullan of Greenville
uMmt the week-nd with Mrs. W. G.
Wright.
..(s.iijy
Week-end Guests
; Misses Betty Lou and Shirley
Spangler of Norfolk, Va., spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Winslow. ! Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
Spangler spent Sunday here and were
accompanied home by their daugh
ters. . " ' "
From Newport-News ,
iw. or.) Ww. Robert Bnnn and
4UA
rA Mr And Mrs. Claude
Brinn and daughter of Newport-News,
Va., spent the week-end with Mrs,.
Rosser Brinn.
I rum jut
Dr. and Mrs..G. G. Dixon of Ayden
spent Sunday with Mr. ana mis. a
R. Futrell. .juaiee
From Greenville "
Mr and Mrs. Jack Edwards of
Greenville spent the week-end with
W. F. C. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Edwards. j
Week-end Guests ,. , J
Mrs. Thomas Wilcox of Norfolk,
Va., and Mrs. Frank Winslow of
Rocky Mount spent the week-end with
Miss Mae Wood .Winslow and Mrs.
Will Hudson,
VTom nunwM ,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farmer and
son of Norfolk, Va., spent . Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. MarK uregury.
From Norfolk . ...
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrum, Mrs.
Bernard Murden, Sr., Miss Chnstme
Murden and Bernard Murden III, of
Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday with Mrs.
E. A. Byrum.
FromAhoskie
Mrs. C. B. Harrell, Mrs. W. G. Har
mon and Mrs. P. F. Darden of 'Ahoskie
spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Holleman. .
Saturday Guests . ,
i u.. T UnUa nf RlaCKS
Dr. ana mis. uij - ,
wr Va.. and Mrs. H. TV Hobbs of,
Edenton visited Mrs. E. A. Byrum
Saturday.
Weekend In Washington
mr.. -j TV.rmnTi White ana
Mr. aim , - , ...
Ralph White spent the week-end wrth
relatives in Washington, D. C. The?
were accompanied home by Mrs. White
who had spent several weeks there.
Week-end In Raleigh
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kanoy, Mr. and
nrvif anil Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. amory n - . .
George Fields spent the jeek-end to
Raleigh as the guests 01 Jr.
Jim Butler.
w iwSl Mrs. Charles
....... a ur. AHvia Hobbs visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hayes at Gates-
ville Saturday. . . .
Miss Betty Holmes, who has been
living in Norfolk, va., nas i.vw
to Hertford to be with her father,
R. L. Holmes and sister, miss jiuW
Holmes. , . - -.1 .
futrfant
.". Mr. and Mrs. Kelly White spent
1 the week-end with relatives at Lum
berton and 'J
Returned Horn
Mrs. Thomas Nixon and Mrs. Wal
ter Oakey, Jr., have returned to their
hnma after visitinflr Lt. Robert Brbdie
III, and Mrs. Brodie at Coronado,
Calif., and Lt. Brooke F. Read, Jr.,
and Mrs. Bead at Alexandria, Va. ,
Sunday Guests
Mr and Mrs. L. E. Haste of Ocean
View. Va.. spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Sitterson.
Returned Home
"' Mrs. C ii. Griff in returned to her
home in Edenton Tuesday after spend
ing; several days with Mrs. Charles
Johnson and Mrs. Olivia Hobbs.
Week-end In Edenton
' Miss Beckv Greeorv snent the week
end . in Edenton with Mr. and Mm.
Thurston Stallings.
Sunday In Edenton
Mr. and" Mrs. Noah Gresronr and
children visited Mr. "and Mrs. Irving
Bunch in Edenton Sunday.
From Wilmington -:
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Campbell of
Wilmington spent the week-end with
Mrs. C. V. Williford and Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Bagley.
From Raleigh
W. E. White, Jr., Of Raleigh spent
several days last week with his par
ente, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White, Sr.
Returned Home
I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed 'and chil
dren returned to their home at Cov-
imrtnn Va.: Sundav after visitansr Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Newby and Mr. and
Mrs. Corp Reed.
iFromV; i7 ' f'-''
Mrs. L-l 11 t . , Joe,
from Vir--.: I-aci, V., , viaifc
ing Mrs. J. II. Trr'ey ar.J I iCV,
Williford. - Mr. !Ficthart e. ;:t. Sun
day here but returned home.
In New York
3. P. Jessup end T. L. Jeesup spent
several days this week Sn New York.
Week-end At Wintervsl'.e
Miss Patricia Riggers spent the"
week-end with Mr. and lira. Dennis
nvuiwuviir di uuiKivinet . fuiu
Mrs. Biggers spent Sunday there, and
were 'accompanied home by theij
daughter. , -. ; -
To Philadelphia . '
Robert' Hollowell left Monday for
Philadelphia,' Pa., where he went on
business. , , , v
TO HOLD BAZAAR :
The Woman s Society" of Christian
1
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n , . J to L. ;e t' '.r t
st:.r ar.i tVy cl.:r 11. 7
evening, Docer ler CJii st Ce d.urvj.
, f . fa:.::ly r.zu: ,;n ' ,
-Those attendlrg a'f; ' " reunion
Sunday at the home cf 1 -"s. Kitf '
Spivey were Lt KJ.tri T.Ivey t.
Norfolk, Va., I-r. and. r.-s. Gnu?,
Spivey and daughter of ,"a J.in'in,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul SmitJi.and clJIJreu
of Belvidere. Mrs. Norman E'.'.iott ani
daughter, Mrs. Lester Keel and fami-"j
. ,kr' lkIIXjS CLUB Jvm!TS
. Mrs. 57.' H. Hardcastle was hostess
to her bridge club last Thursday night
at her home 'tn Dobb Street Those
playing were Mesdames W, H, Whit
ley, Trim Wilson, S? P. Jessup, .J. H.
Newbold, J. L. Cely, L .B. Merrill,
Clyde McCallum and Charles Wulf,
The high score .prize went to Mrs.
Jessup. : A salad cdurse was seryed.t
t ire 1
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C-Crie,
, Charlet
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went to L""s. I
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Shows I 3:15-7-9 P.M.
RHONDA rLnriNG
MARX STEVENS ..
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Saturdays- Show Opens 1 P. M. '
I t - gene autry
OUR GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
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Snnrinv RuestA
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jenkins of
Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday witn Mr,
and Mrs. D. & Darden. -
From Norfolk
Mr: and Mrs. J. J. Moore and chil
dren of Norfolk. Va., spent the week-
Ann with .!Mm. IS. T. Sutton. :
Everything Must Go Prices Slashed!
Buy Your Christmas Presents Now and Save!
HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS IN
Sterling Silverware k Plated Silverware
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Diamonds Watches China , ,
. ' - 'm And Sterling Holloware
And Many Other Items In Our Stock'
COME IN TOD A Y FOR BEST SELECTIONS. -
WE WILL NOT REPLACE STOCK AS IT IS SOLD ;
Wright's Jewelry Store
MARKET STREET
HERTFORD, N. C
"little Egypt"-
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; Whirlwindw ;
Pirates of High Seas No. 15
Sunday Shows? 2:154:159:15 P. M.
- " ! ' ' ' ' T WENDELL COREY and ELLEN DREW ,' ' ,y
Shows 8:157-9 P. M.
GINGER ROGERS ,
JOAN DAVIS .
-in-
wThe Groom Wore
Spurs"
Tuesday Onlys
Shows 5:157-9 P. M
. JAMES STEWART
PEGGY DOW
, IIarvevw
Wednesday:
Matinee S:15 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
DOUBLE 'FEATURE . -
First Feature
' WAYNE MORRIS
PRESTON FOSTER
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"The Big Gusher",
, Second .Feature
WILLIAM JANNEY '
DOROTHY APPLEBY
"Rex, King of
Wild Horses,"
ThuredayJFridayr Matinee S:15 Night 7-9 P- M.
. BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO
toz:s tou;3 ti:e f:rj:iT:r
Whan thtra's a
load on the ,
drawbar .
4t p.
Your tractor
always runs
"uphiir!
That's heavy-duty service and
it requires the extra protection
of this great new
heavy-duty motor oil!
brcr.d -
new V1
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YES:-PEP-;.UP:WITH
A ;NEW TIE FROM
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SIMON.9
LARGE SELECTION OF PATTEdiiS
TO SUIT Y0U.1 TASTE!
HERE IO VERY SPECLU OFFER
YOU CAtlT OS!
THEY'RE
BEAUTIES
" Rich new - fall colors in '
stripes, clusters, all-over pat
' terns and geometries make
these smarter, narrower ties
a great fall tonic. Wear 'em
with your- new deep-tone
solid or patterned shirt!
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5sf
THE OIL THAT CAN TAKI IT!
Almost continuous operation under
heavy loads ! Working in all kinds of
weather! Dust and dirt everywhere !
If that's the way you use your
tractor, you heed tough, economi
cal new Purol H.D. fiie oil that
can take itl - '
New Purol H.D. is fortified to
withstand farm service in heat or
cold, dust or rain. It resists grit and
dirt . . . oxidation and bearing cor-,
rosion . . . and foaming.
You can't buy a tougher, more
dependable' motor oil for your farm
machinery -
Winslow Oil Co.
. ' Phone 3336
HERTFORD, N. C ;
Be sure w
t lis Pore!
Ve VEI AIlsv; You 52c Fcr Yc.ir Olif Ti3 r:3 rIizr IVit Sfc3 Ills ii
. : On Any of Zi $1.53 cr $2X3 Ti3S : V
BOT AS MANY AS YOU WANT AND BRING AS MANY OF YOUK
:, - ! OLDTIESASYOUIJKE . . '
THIS OFFER B. GOOD fc'S DAYS"
' FRIDAY - SATURDAY
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