Yt !t In Portsmouth
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Towe of
Old Neck Road, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob L. Whit of Hertford-Edenton
Highway; visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Saunders, in Portsmouth, Va., on Sun
day. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. Granberry Tucker of
Washington, D. C, spent the week
end with Mr Tucker's mother, Mrs.
Nathan Tucker. j
Returns Home ' .
Mrs. T. '5." White, who was called
to New York by the illness of her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. T. S. White,
Jr., six weeks ago, has returned to
her home in Hertford. v;iV:$f .
To Visit In Richmond
' Mrs? L; N. Hollowell, Mrs. C. W.
White and Edgar White will spend
next week-end with Mrs, William Hux
ter in Richmond, Va. V
Week-end At St. Brides
Mrs. J. T. Hendricks, accompanied
foy Clay Stokes and Margaret Wil
liams, spent the week-end at St.
t. 1 r ..... mm . 1 mm im
joriaes, v a., visiting lur. ana am, iwh.
.yi :' ! v'"' "w. .r. .
Week-end Home .
Cecil Edward Winslow, a student at
East Carolina College,- was at home
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Winslow, over the week-end.
Mr. and- Mrs. C. E. Burleson of
Washington, D. C, spent the week-end
with Mrs. Burleson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. iD. S. Darden.
E'ored To Hertford
Mr. and Mrs. James Wilder and
their young son moved to Hertford
from Woodville this week. The Wild
era are occupying one of the Hollo-
well apartments on Church Street;
Ret urns From Hospital '
Mrs. Charles E., Johnson returned
Wednesday of last week from the
DePaul Hospital, Norfolk, Va where
she had undergone a major opera
tion. Mrs. Johnson is improving satis.
Kanoy Fam3y Move ' XX.J
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kanoy, who
recently purchased the former home
place .of the late Mr, fend Mrs. R. D.
Elliott, moved into their new residence
this week. , , . ,.;'! : v;
i Returns Home 1 -v-:X
Mrs. J. L. Cely has returned to her
home at Hendersonville after a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Robert L.
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Week-end Here . -'-,. 4
J. E. Winslow, Jr., whd is attend
ing the Episcopal High School at
Alexandria, Va., spent the week-end
with his father. '
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pollard and their
son of Columbia were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Futrell on Saturday.
-At ' '
Half -Gallon. 85c
Visited At St. Pauls
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Stokes
spent the week-end at St Pauls, visit
ing Mrs: W. A. Felton and Miss
Mrs. L. B. Merrill and young son
Cliff Edwards, has returned to their
home at Sonora, Texas, after a visit
to relatives in Hertford and at Green
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chalk and their
daughters, Emmy . Lou, and Joan, of
Goldsboro, visited Mr. Chalk's mother,
Mrs. Annie Chalk, and Mrs. Chalk's
mother,; Mrs. Ben Wood, ovef the
week-end. ; : .
Returns From Hospital ,
Mrs. Robert L. Hollowell has re
turned from Norfolk General Hospital,
where she underwent a tonsilectomy.
She is convalescing satisfactorily.
On Business Trip '
Robert L. Hollowell left Monday for
a business trip to Philadelphia, Pa.
At Wake Forest
Mrs. I. A. Ward and her son, Jar-
vis Ward, spent Saturday in Wake
Forest as the sruests of Dr. and Mrs.
W. B. Yearns. Jr.. and attended the
Carolina-Wake Forest game.
Attended Executive Meeting '
Mrs. I. A. Ward returned Tuesday
from Raleigh, where she has been at
tnding the State executive meeting
of the Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist Church. '
Mifca tc:'3 M c". of
the recrertjon wiih vrrl of t
members winnkg piwa."
The hostesses served dellv.' us re
freshments. , 1
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rc" -1 C El-
liott on Sunday, October 23, 1951.
at the Albemarle Hospital, in Eliza
beth Uty, a daughter. . . . ,
The Whiteston Home Demonstration
Club met Thursday night, October 25,
at the Community House in the form
of a Halloween party, with several of
the members and their husbands in
costume.' Mrs. Archie White and
Miss Pearle White were hostesses.
The meeting opened by singing "It's
A Good Time To Get Together," fol
lowed by the Lord's Prayer prayed in
unison. Alter several business mas
ters were discussed, Mrs. White gave
a very interesting demonstration on
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"Fury of the Congo"
BURGESS CLUB fltnTS '
The Burgess Home Demonstration
Club met Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. V. L. Proctor. The' meeting
was opened by singing' Sweet and
jlow. ine devotional, from the
100th Psalm, was given by Mrs. Tom
mie Mathews, followed hv the rolled
Minutes of the previous meeting
were reaa ana approved. The roll
showed one hundred, per cent pres
ent - ,
Announcements were made hy Mrs.
White. . December 12 was set as the
date for the Christmas rtu Mm.
White gave a very interesting dem
onstration on using modern JUtchen
Utensils With Greater Efficiency.
The hostess served nuts. ', candv.
pound cake and ice cream. ;
. m. y. f. meets:. -
The Methodist Youth Fellowship of
tne JNew Hope- Metliodist Church held
its regular monthly meeting Monday
nijrht, October 29. at the Gommnnitv
House. ; The meeting was called to
oraer Dy tne president, Sarah Ownley,
after t which the group sang "In the
Garden." ' The devotional was' then
given by Norma Butt, followed by the
group singing VGod Will Take Care
of You." The minutes were read and
approved and roll ' all). " A ahnrt
business session followed,. Ymd the
group was dismissed by the M Y. F.
covenant and benediction.
7. H. I -r;'.!j, r-.iZlx. Trl-i
lvil - .a. ir ,h score prii was wen
by i.s. wuJu ,-
,The hostess served coffee, cake and
ice cream. .
ENTERTAINS AT SHOWER
Mrs. Durwood Reed, Jr., was hos
tess at a rook party and stork show
er for Mrs.Talmadge Rose Friday
night. " Rook ; was played V at four
tables. Mrs. Eddie Barber won the
high score prize and Mrs. Emmett
Landing won jthe low prize. The hon
oree received many lovely gifts.
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS ' '
Mrs. Clyde McOallum entertained
her bridge club Thursday night. Those
playinir were Miss Mae Wood Wins.
low, Mrs. Charles Wulf, Mrs. C. A.
uavenport, Mrs. J. H. Newbold, Mrs.
A.i I r
is what you can save :
' when you replace your ,
, old range with a won- ' .
; derful ntwHtiftc GUf .
. gas .range during our
Old Range Round-Up.
I Yes, now is the time :
j to buy and save. See
, Magic Chef gas ranges :
on display at
Harrell Gas & Coal Co.
Next to Perquimans High School
Phone 3881 J
HERTFORD, N. C ,
Sunday Ccl:ccl Clzz3
The Judson Memorial Sunday
School Class of the Hertford Baptist
Church held its annual banquet at the
Hertford Hotel Thursday night
The dining room was beautifully
decorated with fall flowers, jack
olantems and candles, carrying out
the Halloween colors. :
A corsage was presented each one
Mrs. Joe Towe' White " president,
presided. The. Rev. C .W..Dulmg re
turned thanks after the singing of the
Mrs. Clinton Eley, fellowship chairJ
man, was then introduced. She eave
uie woras or welcome and witn a few
jokes started the evening off in a fine
way. She presented Mrs. I. A. Ward,
teacher of the class, who served as
toast mistress. Several musical num
bers were rendered. A guessing con
test and group singing wer enjoyed.
The Kev. G. M. Smgletary of Eliza
beth City..gave a talk on "Why Go to
Sunday School T"
A turkey dinner was served the 40
members present. , . .
Invited guests were the- Rev.' and
Re-roof now with Certain-teed
asphalt shingles and get ahead of
costly, pesky leaksTThese are firc
Ksisting, long-wearing roofing,
. and afford all -weather protection,
rrsfect wM Ctrtnh-f rf aooflng
ELIZABETH CITY, N. C
Next Door to Cotton Mills
C. U. r "
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', f s Trrl C. :
. C. R. Vazn of
Dy Ycir.-n'a Czdtty
. A silver tea was given at the home
of Mrs. Archie T. Lane, in the coun
ty, on Friday afternoon, and continued
into tne evening, by the ladies of the
Woman's Society of Christian Service
of tiie Methodist Church.
Autumn flowers and brilliant foli
age decorated the lower floor of the
attractive old home. ' Mrs. Oscar Fel
ton and Mrs. C. T. Skinner received
the guests at the front door. . .
In the afternoon Mrs. G. E. Newby
poured coffee. and Mrs. R. L. Snowies
poured tea at the beautifully appoint
ed 'table in the dining room.- The
table was covered with a lace cloth
and there was a beautiful center-piece
of large yellow chrysanthemums,
s In the evening Mrs. Charles Whed
bee and Mrs; D. F. Reed,. Sr., pour
ed. Among those serving were Mrs.
H. T. Hollowell, Mrs. Johnnie Beers,
Miss Mary Dale Spry, of Edentonand
Miss Ruth Tucker,
About 75 guests called.
Various c:' i ti t! j Ze ' ' ' i Dap
f t Church -;il r 1 13 fv . :
" Vera Fayne Circle meets L-ondy
afternoon, November 6. at S o'clock
at the church.
Artie Bretcher Circle meets Mon
day night, November 5, at 8 o'clock
with Mrs. B. T. Wood. .
Inabelle Coleman Circle meets Mon
day night, November 6, at 8, o'clock
with Mrs. C. E. Cannon. , T ,
Mary ' Ellen . Dozier Circle meets
Monday night November 6, "at 7:80
with Mrs. Jack Burbage.
Mattie Macon Circle meets ' Tues
day night, November 6, at 8 o'clock
with Mrs. Haywood White.
Bessie Pritchard Circle meets Mon
day night, November .5, at 8 o'clock
withers. Tommy Byrum.- .,, ;
, Rosa Powell Circle Meets Tuesday
night, November 6, at 8 o'clock with
Mrs. Milton Dail, Jr. ....
-The Woman's Auxiliary of the Wil
liam Paul Stallings Post of the Ameri
can Legion will hold its regular meet
ing at the Agriculture; Building on
Friday night October 2
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