ttt3 rr"ji:iAri rrrrxjvr, kestfosd, n. o, fridat, November 2, 1951.
, , The Rev. CI J. Yow has ten ' .ed
'a res: -nation as pastor of Piney
r'oods Church, and has joined the
'irinia ConT-rence ct the Kethodist
liurch. Ee at'.-nded iu annual con
rence at Hoc. , r ntly; He and
is family movi C.s week 'to th
ing Oeorc Clr;8 where he has
"Jeen assigned a rt-to"ate.w .
- Our very hect wishes, go with Wm
V and his family in .their new field of
duty. - .r': : '?: v-;o
, This leaves Piney .Woods Church
- r without a pastor at the present .time,
but expectations . are to secure one
as soon as arrangements can be made.
1 1 Those who attended the 9th Dis
trict Meeting for the iPTA held at
P'rs. T. N. Eiddick, Urs. O. R. Wins-J
low, Mrs. Aria Window, Urs. Louis i
Winslow, Mrs. Oliver Winslow and
Mrs. Claude Winslow. - v ;
Mrs. Carl Yow and two children
were the invited guests of Lt and
Mrs. Charles Hene for luncheon Monday-
'?.. V v' "' ; ;
. Mr. and Mrs. John Ward and son
f Hertford spen. Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Ward and Mrs. Laura
Ward. " v..v;.;,,
- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Winslow spent
Tuesday in Norfolk, Ya and visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson. "
Mr .and Mrs. E. 0. Copeland and
three children of Suribury were Sun
"v via tors with Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Winslow. f: H:': '' '
Mrs. jack Porter and little daugn-
man Eiddick over the week-end.
Recent . visitors with the W. I
White family were Clifton White and
family of Norfolk and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Williford of Jackson.. : I
- When the Yow family visited rela
tives in High Point and Greensboro
last week Mrs. Flora Hurdle accom
panied them and . spent the time with
her daughter' at Guilford College.
- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ward of Hert
ford visited Misses Margaret and
Lucy White Sunday. '. ;
wmouuv.ii , iuiugu juaryuuiu oi xl ui were uue
and Urn. Carl Yow and two-children, house guests -of Mr. and Mrs. Thur-'
Mrs. Mollie Barber, who has been
very v ill for. several weeks, remains
about the same. ."V'..'vi-'rW
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uyruni and chil
dren, Wesley ; and Karen Marie, of , end.
Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with Mrs. Ada Thornton of 111., who has
Mrs. Byrum's sister, Mrs. W.. G. Hoi- ' been visitinor her sister, Mrs. TV'S.
- Mr. and - Mrs. Thomas H. White
spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Phillips are
spending some time with Mr. Phil
lips' brother in Winfall. Mr. Phillips
has been on the sick list for several
weeks and will be treated by doctors
- Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Nixon and
Mr", and Mrs. Emmett Elmore spent
Saturday in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes of
Portsmouth, Va., visited her mother,
Mrs. Nonie Nowell and sister, Mrs.
Johnnie Lane, Sunday P. M.
Miss Geraldine Gregory of Langley
Field, "Va., visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Gregory, over the week-
Gregory, for some time left for New
port News, Va., to visit relatives there,
this past 'week. ' v.;
- Mrs. Delia Harrell, who has been
at tie bedside of her- sister, Mrs.
Mollie Barber, has returned to her
home in Eden ton for a few days.
Miss Lucille White, Mrs. Jesse Stan
ton, Miss Kay White -Stanton and
Thomas Wade Stanton attended the
Ringling Bros.-Barnum & Bailey Circ
us in Norfolk, Va., Monday.
, Little "Miss Jan Willey of Ports
mouth, Va., is visiting her aunts, Mrs.
Jepse Stanton .and Miss Lucille White.
WHITE HAT NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. " Elwood Long left
as supper guests Thursday night Mr.
and Mrs. Elwood Long of Richmond,
Va., Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Winslow and
son of Belvidere and Mrs. Seth Long,
Sr. . v; v.:"-; ;.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Winslow and son
had as their guests Friday night for
supper Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Long of Rich
mond, Va., and Mr. and .Mrs. Seth
Long, Jr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Long visited
Mrs. Long's relatives at , Roper Wed
nesday and Thursday.
CANCER CLINIC 'FRIDAY
The Cancer Clinic for Northeastern
North Carolina will be held Friday at
Sunday for Richmond after a visit to. the Health Department in Elizabeth
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long, Sr. City. The clinic will open at 12:30
- Mr. and Mrs. Seth Long, Jr., had P. M. .
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