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lawn t te well in excecs of IZZ' t,
Ti.ich is a gam over last years i
Fryta financial standpoint as well
as from the standpoint of fun and
frolic, the 'Halloween carnival spon
sored by the (Parent-Teacher Associa
tion of the Hertford Grammar School
was marked s success.
The affair -was held on Halloween
at the gym of the Perquimans High
School. The - committee expressed
the'vea as particularly gratified
at t xsrease in the number of parr
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COMB IN TODAY AND KNTEX THI
GILPIN CUD CLASSIC YOU MAY IK
You Can Get Your Entry Blanks
"On The Corner"
HERTFORD, N. C.
? Prize winners .for the best cc
t.: za were as xouows:
1 re-school children Nita Nixon and
First to Fourth Grade Charles
Eley and Clay Stokes, n
Fifth - to Seventh Grade Glbria
Stalungr and George White.
, 'Adults 'Mrs. William T. Elliott and
Clinton Eley. -
Door prises for children Ehiabeth
Death Claims lira.
Mary E. Chappell
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Channel. 6fl.
died at a Norfolk, Va- hospital Sun
day afternoon at "5 o'clock, after a
Funeral services were held Wednes
day morning at 11 o'clock at the
family residence at Tyner, and burial
was made in the Byrum Cemetery.
Survivors are: two daughters, Mrs.
Mary Elizabeth Hollowell, of Norfolk,
Va.; Mrs. Ruth Smithwick, of Merry
Hill: three sons, Clarence S. Chap
pell, of Hertford; Louis E." Chappell
and Thomas A. Chappell, both of Nor
folk, Va.: three sisters, Mrs. Penny
tl. ... . r. . 11 .l - J mm
vnappeu, or. ouuom, va.; ana joxs.
Sarah Jordan of Tyner; four bro
thers, the "Rev. James Byrum, of Ash-
boro; the Rev. John Byrum of Bel-
haven; Isaac Byrum and Arthur By
rum, both of Tyner. Ten grandchil
dren also survice and several nieces
and nephews. . ' v
WTL MEETING HELD .
The Perquimans branch of the Wo
men's International League for Peace
and Freedom met November 4, at the
home of Mrs. Roy Winslsw in White-
ston. . '
Officers were appointed and the
treasurer's report was read and ac
cepted. - , - ,
Several subjects, which are causing
concern to the members, were dis
cussed, including showing of films,
produced by the defense department to
school children as part of school
curriculum; the proposed universal
military training of youths and action
of .the United Nations in bringing
about better understanding between
ti . ' i ' and a
t - j , Carolina
f- rrl t. " . v 'L4tt:3
I ' .-'j w j vho haw
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e- , ; 1 t t" . I in Ka-
k." a . 'i tut t jle, .the
, i L.M yiS... 1 i .t sister,
U - 1 r. -as.
i I Ls. B.-F. r " t left for
Ks. . , 'a., UonZ:V. ! IAe will
er.1.7 ti.;-.k GorcrJ Ljrpital for
or rva. -i and trectxcr.t.
L s. L.a":e Earber continues very
ill it her home here.
D. L. Carter ralI rord of the
daath of his broker's ; 12q Sunday
night, Krs. Delrio Trilar, 65 years
old. who lived near rwrzc'.k. Va.
Mrs, Wiiliam FoweH and daughter,
Mrs. Joe Busik ai.d her son, Kran
Buik, of Hatfcoro, ,Pa, are visiting
Mri and Mrs. Johnny Lane and Mrs.
J. L. OuLancy, B. M. and E. L. Mil
ler attended the Methodist Conference
in Wilmington Thursdty.
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ITa. J. E. tir t 1 C
Linda Gail i 1 - 7, ;
Joseph JCo;y-jn t 1 t.VJ
Mass Li".an C-:"7 ,1
Mr. and Mrs. Lolvin Euve and i t
Kelvin, Jr., and Mrs. Long's ? -mother,
Mrs. Mary L. Coffield and llr.
Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Se.h
Long, Sr. ' - -
Miss Shirley Kure attended 4-ii
Better Methods Electric Congress in
Raleigh on Monday and Tuesday of
this week. ' . - ' '.
James Umphlett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman Umphlett, is home after
Rev. John Cooeland of Askewville ,eing in tne Air rorce in. icaras. ,
spent4Iie week-end with his daughter,
i Dorothy lee Ii:"or ad r
: .s1-' 7l3 of roar
C s in L.:-'ii City, si'.t
.!;-e- i at Lome.
. an 4. His. James THIiam Tare
zzttr of Norfolk, Va, vt :t3i
:t3, tlr. and Mrs. Elount Care,
b wev'i-end. .. t. I
v and Mrs. Walker 'Perry and
m of Elizabeth City were guests
. r. and Mrs. C. C. Sutton on Sun-
'. and Mrs. . Earl Russell were
. last Sunday in Manteo of Mr.
' ii Urs. Tom RusselL .
, ' FAMILY REUNION '
. I'r. and Mrs. Charlie T. Winslow
held a family reunion at their home
Sunday in .honor of Charjie T. Win
slow's 67ih birthday;; Those presenlt
were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Winslow,
Li;a-s Selma and Ann Winslow, Mr.
and Lira. Kenneth Winslow, Steve and
Linia, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Winslow,
Alier-atfj I 1 fl ?
Strapty mix Mh SmI OR SLOP . . . Wo
I CMcklBf Bin. Had Hk K Dd
w ol PiMnothiaxiM'With Anuritaa Worm
- Md aad Ataca Nut to 4 aa atanomical;
n and aata mnninc lob, A alaa for arcry
aa .. , . Gat ma today at ': ;
HERTFORD HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPANY
Hertford, North Carolina
Mrs. E. B. Hollowell.. While here he
preached at Anderson M. E.Church
in Beech Sprins oommunity.
Mr. and Mrs, Bailey Temple and Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Temple and children
of Newland visited Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Hollowell Sunday. . - - '
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hollowel and son
Grover, motnred to St. Brides, Va,
Sunday P. M, 1 .
Billie Jones of Cary Jackson, S. C,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Jones, , :
Miss Geraldine Gregory of Langleyi
f ield, va.r spent tne weeK-ena wnn
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, S. Greg
ory. ? , --
Mrs. F. W, Umphlett is very sick at
her home.'. : .
The condition of Mrs. Lindsay God
win is about the same, -r
Carson Jordan is able to be out af
ter being sick last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah White motored
to Baltimore, Md., Sunday and visited
Opel White and attended a football
Mr. and Mrs! Mathew Winslow of
Norfolk, Va, visited relatives Tiere
Sunday afternoon. - . ,
Mr. end Mrs. PauLBunch of Bobbs-
ville visited Mrs. Ida WinsloW and
family Sunday! 4
' Miss Mattie 'Saunders of Tyner was
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrfv Roy
Winslow and family. - ' !
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Winslow of
Roanoke, Va., spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monwn and i Wayne and Joyce, Mr.: and Mrs. Earl
children of near Winfall spent Sunday ,Cur.tpher and Caroline, all of Eliza-
cnitaren ox near wiiuau ayem ouimnjr .vm
with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Yeates. jr
Miss Elizabeth Hobbs and Charlie ty
kie. j , .
Lt, W. H, Ke-d gprr-t t j -at
Craor; 7Iso.i, IT. S. I'ivy, !
tioned at A'.aoka, anlveJl 1 i I
day to be with his pare.., .
Mrs. J. C. Wilson for some tlmo.
' Ltjj Calvin Yson-left K.is W- -for
Mr. ejid L'ra. Ben Smith spent l- l
day afternoon in Eliz&Leth City.
Education is a lifelong process,
brought to a halt only by death itself.
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Even a' conscientious worker some
times gets fed-up on the job.
Harvell of Norfolk, Va, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs Isaac
Lane. r ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams of Roa
noke Rapids spent the week-fend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Umph
lett, '." -. .
OUR OIL HEATERS : ARE
11 f ill
OF TH E E N TI RE F AM IL Y !
Be ready for winter . . . select your new ?
space heaters from our complete stock of '
famous makes ... we have, ready for im--.
NORGE FLORENCE PLYMOUTH
and COLEMAN SPACE HEATERS
Also irortaoie lype Heaters : . ; ? .
If you desirewood oVcoal heaters, we have those,-to6,
made by reliable manufacturers. t w . 1 r
,We also have a complete line of Stove Board, Pipe;
Portable Grates, Bras3 Fire Place Sets cr.d Screens.
Next to Perquimans High' School
. ' :. - t Phone S881 ,
i HERTFORD, N. C
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to i:j uu3
Cl Cl..?k.i Oil..
, On November 5, 1 accepted the Sinclair Agency and puiv
chased the Hertford Oil Company which has been owned and
operated by J. H..Towe for the past 18 years and W. W. (Bill)
White for the past month. . j
: :,I haye been connected with this business for the past r8
'years and would appreciate the same patronage given us in the
past. I: r - 't .V1; 15
. My' personnel is as follows: -Hank Christgau, bookkeeper
and salesman; William Bill) , Tarkenton, truck; delivery and
route salesman; Edward Barber, truck delivery and route sales-
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Del Xlcnte Pc?.ths3 v- , 3 czrz C1.C D
Pineapple Ja:ec, No. 5 cdh . . 1 : . 1 . . C c
Campbell's Pork and Beans, Nol;l canr ,T.-I4c
Kent's Georgia Field Peas, can ; . , . , - 17c
Mrs. Mar.r.inVa ile:r.v 2 car.3 ICCe
I Franco-Anericah S;a!;etti, can ml'-LZz
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Navy Beans ,aJfci.".v-w-r.2 Da SCe
Tuna Fell, Iljht faeat, ccnl..:.--.u-..Cr:
Baker's 4-in-l Cc eea, C-cican , r :
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