Returned Boa ' K J
' Jtfrs, w, F Edwards returned to
her home Sunday after visiting her
daughter, Mrs. L P. Yantia at Tan-
Returned Home 1 " '
Dr. and Mrs. C A. Davenport re
turned to their home Friday after
spending two days in Durham where
Dr. Davenport attended a medical
meeting. s ". . : .. .
Miss Kate Blanchard has returned
home after spending the week-end
with Mrs. Osmond Yarborough at
Louisburg. Mrs. Alice Baum ac
companied Hiss Blanchard on her trip
and remained for a short visit.
At Chowan Hospital , ,
lira. Charles Johnson, who was tak
en to the Chowan Hospital at Eden
ton last week, is getting along fairly
Joe Crawford of Portsmouth.
spent the week-end with Rev.
nie Crawford. -
From Norfolk ' 1
Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Inman and
sons of Norfolk. Va.. spent the week
end with Mr. and Ma. Tom Skipsey
and C. G. Stephens. '. '
On Sick list
F. T. Britt is confined to his home
this week because of sickness.
mi spin fasii;o;is
You'll see them all now on display at our
shop. Come in TODAY for a SPRING
WOODLAND DRESS SHOP
PHONE 2381 HERTFORD, X. O.
rrm E'-oe ,
- lira. W. J. Kanoy, Sr., of iDlseoe
spent the week-end with llr. and ILXra.
W J. . Kanoy,' Jr.,. at their -home on
Church Street :
Sunday At New Cera
Mr. and Mrs. E. 10. Woodard and
children spent Sunday with relatives
in New Bern. 1 v--'
Re -rued Home
. Jura. W. H. Glassoa returned to her
home in Durham Tuesday after ''end
ing several days with Dr. and Mrs.
T. V, Brinn. '
' Mr. and Mrs: Jack Edwards of
Greenville spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edwards and
W. F. C. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Wainwrigfet of
Richmond, Va., spent the week-end
Mrs. Wayne Lambdin and son -of
Kannapobs - are the guests of Mrs,
Raymond Skinner and family,
E-rliy At Ea- - "
Ur. .and lira. Kel Ji Eaekett spc,t
Sunday with Mr. .and Mrs. Wayne
Lambdin. at .K&nnapolis. .
From Norfolk . ' -, - ' . "
Hr. and Airs. G. R Anderson and
family of Norfolk. Va., spent the
week-end with Mrs, S. T. Sutton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolly and
daughter of Greenville spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed. .
!mes, J. T. I ' . ..3, II. 1 C
JA and ITloS Lry-.- r. 1 :
higY score jrie ...t to li.x ,.A.
ford. ..Hefreahmests were asrvei.,
DELLA SUA!"! 'TZTT-'
Tl.e Delia .-ii.l. r I ' Jonary
Circle of the UJLout C... xh met
Monday night with Urs. ArcJ.ie Lane.
Mrs. D. F. Beed, r.r the pr-JJot,
took charge of the business, and Use
Thelma Elliott and 'Mrs. John Coeten
had charge of the program. There
were 20 members- present After the
T. Young K , j c . T
' -y SJtool ere at
aVal. .tine Part.; st C j - .-.
J. B. Eaanight on Tt'-r- - : . es
and contests were ' - .ia
Lane, Mrs. Joe Ayjcue, Lin'e CFe
land, Joann I ae and Mrs. 'Casnight
winning pr i. Eifreshmenta "were
served by tla hontess. .;
Tuesday At New Bern
Mr. and Mrs. " T. B.
STUDY CLASS TO MEET -A
county-wide WMU Mission Study
Class will be held at the Hertford
Baptist Church Wednesday. February
27. it was announced todav by the
president, Mrs. M. T. Griffin, ; who ; f
stated the . book, Tangled Threads,
will be. taught by the Rev. Bennie
Crawford, Special music will also
be rendered and all members of the
various church organizations are urg
ed to attend.
; Mrs. Charles Wulf was hostess at
a bridge party last Thursday even
ing at her home on Market Street
Those playing were Mesdamea H. 'A.
Whitley, S. P. Jessup. W. H. Hard-
castle, Clyde McCallum, Trim Wil
son, Tommy, and Mrs. J. H. Newbold son, J. H. Newbold, Edward Griffin1
We Have Just Received A Car Load of
SHEET ROCK MID ROCK LATHE
T I L E B 0 A R D, per square foot 35c
PLYWOOD in Vi" and " thickness.
DELCO and GOULD Electric Water Pumps
SEE OUR LINE 6f
KITCHEN CABINET UNITS
READY TO INSTALL
spent Tuesday in New Bern.
Monday In Norfolk
Mrs. J. 0. Fehon, Mrs. C. T. Skin
ner, Mrs. D. F. Reed, Sr.," and Mrs.
J. R, Jarvis spent Monday in Nor
In Florida i
. Mr. and Mrs. D. . S. Darden left
Sunday for Inverness, Fla., where they
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Per-
Returned Home ''
Mrs. R. C. Glover and daughter re
turned to their home at Cherry Point
last week after spending several weeks
here with Mr. and Mrs. Anse (White.
Mr.' and Mrs. H. 1L Paxton of
Hampton, Va., spent the week-end
with Mrs. Baker Wood and Mias Hul
Richard Putrell and Carroll (Berry
students at the University of North
Carolina, spent the - week-end with
Hertford, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hobbs of Eliza
beth City spent Sunday with Mrs.
E. A. Byrum. '
From Wake Forest
Lindsev Reed, a ntudent. af Walce
P I Forest College, spent- the weele-end
ITwlth hki parents, Mr. and UiaVTX Ft
Beed, "Sr. . ; ,
Sunday At Suffolk
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eley andchil
dren spent Sunday in Suffolk, Va.,
with relatives. , j,
At Virginia Beach.1
' Mrs. J. H. Bagley is spending this
week at Virginia Bach. Va., as the
guest of her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill PSckhardt
t Mrs. V. N. Darden returned to her
home Wednesday after spending a
week with her brother-in-law and sis
ter in Durham.
and A. ,. Thuraian of Elizabeth City.
The hterh : score nrize was awarded i
Mrs. Thurman. A salad course wasfhx
served by the hostess.
Ffovcr cl Gl':.i S::Js of 0 -
May, Peas Onion Sets
' All Types of Garden Tools
. Vigoro and Sheep Manure
pin m wiESM or:)Y
PHONE 4891 -:.
ROOK CLUB MEETS
Miss Ruby White was hostess to
her rook club last 'Friday night at
her home on Church Street Those
playing were Mesdamea C. T. Skinner,
Julian White, Carlton Cannon, Craft
on Mathews, Archie Lane, D. F. Reed,
Sr., G. R. Tucker, R. M. Fowler, Miss
es Thelma Elliott, Mary Sumner and
Mildred Reed. ,
The high score prize and floating
prize went to Miss Sumner and second
high was awarded Mrs. Mathews. Re
freshments were served by the hostess.
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. J. 0. Felton entertained her
bridge club Tuesday night at her
home. Those playing were Mesdames
Charles Whedbee. W. G. Wright D.
F. Reed, Sr., Charles Henc. Misses
Kate Blanchard, Ruby White and Thel-1
ma uuiott The nigh score prize
went to Mrs. Wright and second high
was awarded Mrs. Henc. A sweet
course was served. , -!:
- ; HERTFORD, N..C.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs.- T. L. Jes3up was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday night at her
home on Front Street. Those play
ing were Mesdames C M. Williford,
1 " $ -
G. E. Johnson, H. C, Sfetkes, . R
1 i'i ' 'X77'JJ,
Today: Friday '
Shows: 3:15-7-1 P. M.
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
"South of CalienteV
Man From Mars No. 5
-Shows 2:15. 4:15 and 9:16 P. M.
CLAUD ETTE COLBERT and ANN BLYTH
"TIIUHDER Oil THE W
Monday-Tuesday: Matinee $15 Night 7-9 P. M.
KUiK DOUGLAS and WILLIAM BENDIX
Wednesday: Matinee 3:15 P. M. Night 1-9 9. M.
First Featare '
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Tou Never Can Tell"
ri& Seeand Feature;.:. : .
MICHAEL CHAPIN .
'." JAMES KLL
Beturned To Doty
I Bnddv Tilley left Monday for Cali-
fomla for assignment for, overseas
duty after having spent a furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Thursday-Frklayi Matinee S:15 Night 7-9 P. If. ,i;
, ARTHUR KENNY and PEGGY DCW
with py:.o?ax gas
2 Bottles Of
Regular 90c Value
Buy several and save money
and .time. They will keep in
definitely. S &nd M
"ON THE CORNER"
Peter Pan kirt-Llouse!
; , Thb fairfous little blouse ts In dtftnand . . v
season after season ... for 4h wonderful ' ; '
t; fit, divine woshabllity. In fllorious white ' ".,
'Bates broadcloth . ... sanforized and mercerized . -
. : with roal ocean pearl buttons. Sizes 32 to
SIMQ r ! '
You save xnoaey when yon vse
Pybofax Gas because tha dean,
blue flame ia all haal-lhra is nc
wast. Every pound of gas civea y.
full value. And ft nor gas yov
un, the lower lh aveccj ooaL Yc
save moat whaa you cj-y aO fh
idvantaea of llUs coicf Ica c'' E
terrica far xokiag. waiat he::.
refilaeraHoiu, i' .',--..'
i:t t I- i n:h do.:
PHONE 3CC1 -u CIHTFCr i
fl.-Pilston Gcdub, rJr,
. I will be a candidate f cr ncrhintion for Cill C. C:n-
"etc tzC.n the "First D: 'il ditlZ-tzi: .:-
hinry Election and're :ctfully sxillzll z": .it of all
' the i voters of thoE: :;l:t.-,1' .