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, -j,'Joe Ferry,
Vf . i J. S. U.
, . - rroett Lor.;
.. H. L. Goodwin,
rrcntv lira. Howard
-I resident, "Xlea. Beulah
;Mrs. - Stanley
, j Ly t3 j-ti tis f
e.", J. C CampLelL Un. Cam; II
re -tuned at the bedbiie cf her X--,r.
Campbell reports t' t r's .
er, who receiyei a
is still in a critical. eondiUon. donh
at times ha arpears to be improved
for brief periods.. -.
BasSTON STUDY (CLASS '
- The W. U. S. Kiaion L ,"rv; .s
-will meet at the church at 2:00 P. II,
November 15, with Mrs.-' C , D. Greg
ory as teacher, - .,".' ;
- iivuti; secretary. , juts. . Niamey i -h. r-,,.n. iWn.lwior.i
.ancr.ara. v 'lTTit' -i 1.1 i- wtM4.
Cno, C;il-White Hat: Plident,l 3 rth
3. w. W. Bundy; -, vice-presidenit, ! TJT " T7 llo. tTlr
JThe prom-am will feature a movie.
J. rjjia Harrell; secretary, lira.
olv: 'ere: President, Mrsf Claude
v; vice-president, Mrs, F. R.
. ;pell; secretary, Mrs. Olirer Wins
v; treasurer, Mrs. C.;Tf Rogerson,
IloVn ' Gaither : . President; 7 Mr.
lon" Jackson; vice-president Mrs.
"ed Lane; secretary, Mrs. Joe "Towe
J., ... . "' " , ,".
Iuress: President, Mrs. Howard
7 "athews; , vice-president, Mrs, A. M.
UTelaiiv :. - secretary,!. Mrs. Walton
. CIRCLE MEETING ,
The Mary Ellen Pozier Circle of the
I Baptist Church met - Monday night
I with Mrs. Jack-Burbage. Mrs. Mark
Gregory presided and gave the devo-
V TZr?-"' r, ,",",w,,itionar. Mrt.' IColon- Jackson led in
mittaubm. Prfw: ir Winim'PW. -Those-teking -part- on Jhe
,V4nslow; . vice-president, Mrs. Tom
Ref reshmnta will be served in . the
Home Economics Department. The
faculty and students hope many peo
ple will take this opportunity to be
ocme better 'acquainted with '.the
school ; '.. . ...V
.:JZi. aad lira. Roy C Eanch of Eel-'
viJo- announce the birtli of a daurh.
t , 1 " onda - Hope, born ' at , Suffolk
UOu..-.J on Wednesday, October 31.
TOO , LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOX RSNT SIX ROOM HOUSE,
first floor apartment o Market
.. Street, Hertford, N. C.. Apply
Hotel Hertford, on November 10.
NOTICJ-PUBE BRED. REGISTER-,
ed,' Prench Alpine Buck.- Off 6-8
at stock., Service fee $5.00. W. H
;Elliott, Chapanoke. ' - . novSOc
Xlddick; secretary, Mrs. Russell Bk
r; assistant secretary, Mrs. Wallace
Xaker; treasurer, Mrs.' Linwood Wins
low. - - -
( The meeting closed , witi the club
, Collect, following a Bong. - Durants
Neck Club was chairman of the hos
tess clubs. -.,",.'".
. ; ATTEND MEETING
-:' J. T. Biggers,. Perquimans County
. Superintendent of Education, accom
panied by several - members of the
County Board of Education attended
, a State School Board ' Association
meeting at'Ohapel Hill on Tuesday,
s . telDGE CLUB MEETS
-. - Mrs. 'S. P. Jessup was hostess to
her bridge Club last Thursday night
Those playing were: Miss Mae Wood
Winslow, Mrs'W. H. HardcasUe, Mrs.
Henry NewboloVMrs. Ellen McCallum,
Mrs. C. A. Davenport Mrs. Trim Wil
son, - Mrs. H. "A. Whitley and Mrs.
Charles Wulf. ', Mrs. .Wulf won high
score prize. Salad and "coffee were
Mrs. J. E. Morris was hostess. to
her Rook Club-, last Thursday nfght.
Those playing .were: -Mrs J. H.
Towe, Mrs. D. S. Darden, Mrs. C. T.
. Skinner, Mrs. Julian White, "Mrs. G.
R. Tucker, Mrs. H. T. Hollowell, Mrs.
A. T. Lane, Mrs. Crafton Mathews,
Mrs. Walter Dail, Mrs.. Carlton Can
non, Mrs. D. F. Reed. Sr., and-Miss
p Mildred Reed. - The high sore prize
was won by Mrs. Tucken . The float
program were Mrs. Ed Everett, Mrs.
W. W. Edwards and, r Miss Mamie
The meeting closed with a hymn,
after which delicious refreshments
were served by the hostess;
' .Circle No. 2 of. the Hertford Bap
tist Church met Monday night with
Mrs. William x Elliott. Mrs. Charles
Johnson, chairman, had charge of the
program. Others present were Mes-
dames E.' A. Byrum, Walter East, W.
T. Elliott, W. H. Hampton, Olivia
Hobbs, V. A. Holdren, Rosa Howell,
Johnnie Lane, A. A. Perry, W,
Pennington, Raymond Skinner, A. H.
Spivey, W. E. Hofner and Miss Laura
Pennington. tW Visitors, Mrs. C. E.
'Pritchard and . Mrs.' Harry Overton,
were also present. - .
At the close of the-meeting, deli
clous refreshments were served by
the hostess. . .. -; ..'..;'
'HALLOWEEN PARTY '
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Copeland en.
tertained the Young Peoples' Sunday
School CI ass of Burgess Church Wed
nesday night at their home on Harvey
Point toad, at a Halloween party
- Games and contests -were enjoyed
with William Stallings; Leon Harrell,
William Lane, Rosa Stallings, Audrey
Ayscue and ; Carine hean" ' winning
Refreshments of apples, nuts, cook
ies were served with hot cocoa, topped
with iharshmellows. '
, CELEBRATE BAJJLOWEEnI
Annie Lou Lane was a most charm
ing hostess'. to her Sunday School
ing prize was won'bv Mrs". Re-d and-0-8"8 Thursday nigh at Aer home
low prize was awarded. Mrs. Towe.
- sweet course was served. '.
' i . W. M. S. MEETS
. Ths W. M. S. of Great Hope Baptist
Church held its regular meeting wiih
Mrs. Charlie L, IJail, Tuesday night
The meeting was opened by singing
"All Hail the Power." . Scripture read
ing from Daniel S: 8-25 verse's was
read by the president. Mrs. Sutton.
near Burgess. . The Halloween idea
was carried out in the .decorations
including witchs, ghosts and . the
witch's kettle. - ,
fortunes were,, told and, bingo and
various other games were enjoyed.
Refreshments of nuts and candy
were served with -bottled drinks.
On behalf of the Parent-Teacher
Association of the Hertford Grammar
School, I wish to thank every one, in-
uWBt T rM nUn8r- Ending individuals and business estab-
by Mrs. A. J. Parrish, roll was called Ushments of Hertford, who contributed
and the minutes' read, after which the vinpmaw,n ti... imm f . rt.
business session was held. A very Hiinwoon Mn,i,i ,M m, wn,Hv
I A "' ..
interesting program was rendered
with several'of the members taking
part The club has one new member
which it is glad to acknowledge. The
Societv made Hans V have a Christ
mas party and summer for the hus
bands present. "Till We Meet Again"
was the closing hvmn and prayer by
Mrs. Sutton. The hostess served ice
cream and cake. - . ,
night at the Perquimans High School
MRS. W. C. CHERRY, President
STUDY COIIR.SE TO MEET
' A Mission Rt'ioV Course to th-
Hertford Ppt' W. M. L, will-b
TiaM Thiirsdnv. November-16.' betfin-
ninr nt 2 n'fllook at the church. Altl
' memhe'! are urerd to he Treent. The
county is cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. fi D Gregory from Shiloh will
teach thbook. - -.-. .'.',
ii.pt 43-and 9 ia the
.! ' t f'ousans se
T ; ng up" ith
Life 1 -prime
peppy r '
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posrtor who has not paid their club up in full will please do so
at once. -:
. ..The new savings club for 1952 will open immediately after
the closing of the 1951 club.
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