J. LtlLer XriJWf
'. jiW, Sandra and
vi i Ilr. and lira.
i at Ccitton, Haryland,
J r. and Urs. Ambrose Charpell and
IZra. Iravie Rountree: of Char pell
4 visited in the. coasmunity Wed-
Hr. and Mr. Burton Hyet and
. son, Troy, of Wilmington, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Myers' mother,
L'n. J. T. Lane.
t Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Winslow of Nor
folk, Va visited his mother, Mr.
L' X7' C-"-y r- t.
tlr. and L-rs. l.arl .- ji ai
family of Hertford visited in the com
munity ur.;y ernoon.
'tin. Lester Baker is a patient in
the Albemarle Hospital. .
Rev. and .Mrs. Earl Ueeldrs a
Miss Mary Meekhu of ColumUi Tint
ed Mr. and (Mrs. Wallace Dakar ani
f mfly Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Geonre Winslow and
daughter, Trogie Kaya or uemaere
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Winalow and
Arba Claire Friday night ."v ;
TBT A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
... with our first showing of new spring hats!
Posies and straw with die merest touch of a veil .
winter's fabrics with a new spring twist Such a
charming way to walk out of winter, in a new
chapeau from our first collection!
SEE OUR SELECTION OF f 1 H IIS1
NEW SPRING HATS, TODAY! f UJ
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Hi B. II. TTarJ has rv. . J hoce
from LlisabeOi City wlsi tL sreu
some time wlia her C ' .r, rs.
Joi"--'- w&o l? I i
: Lvs. 7. G. L'y.V-fc'Ji f-ent .the
wet'x-end wi'Jt &e Jlmcnie Larnhardt
fa 1y ii ronton.
Li. L".bberry Whedbee, Jr., has
ia5'':: J home from the Albemarle
Er l.il and is retting alorg nicely.
, 1 .: J. II. Baker's condition is some
L.l'er. :vhe has been very ill for two
wee ''".! . ' , t
llr. and Mrs. ' Jo Moore of Dur
ham are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Jordan.
" Kr. and Mrs.' Edwin Holmes of
Portsmouth, Va., visited her mother,
Mrs. Nonie NoweH, Saturday and
Loyo to 1. -," 1 i I i
II. t :. i ;
prayer, r "w-j coul" i t
ITr. a-J 1 .3. r. ;. .
Hickory s a l -Ji t? a t
Fvlruary 1J, at i y I
Mrs. BumLi.-r la Cs for:r i
Sarah Ward of KarCoii
X 1 1 ' m mmm I -
Miss Louisa Ctefeley, 2, died Fri
day, jf February 15, at 2 o'clock at the
Trueblood tost Home at Dorants
iNecic cae was a native of, ilartin
County . bt had ieen making her
nome at M TruebioodFs for several
Watch Our Left front Vindow For
Offered For Cleance for
Vi TEL COSTPiICE
If you are hunting bargains, catch one
of these while they last.
Items to be changed each week until
overstocked articles are gone. '
"Trade Here and Bank the Difference"
PHONE 3461 , HERTFORD, N. C
" -1" rr-"ynu nrjiru-Ln-njxaj ,
SEE US FOR FIELD-GARDEN AND FLOWER
E E D
WE HAVE ON HAND
RIAY PEAS POTATOES p ONIONS
LESPEDEZA CLOVER GRASS
AND A : COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS
FLOWER AND GARDEN TOOLS
VIGOROBONE R1EA1IIES3 MANURE I
CH A P ANOKE NEWS
Mm. W. H. Overman Is visiting at
Shawboro with her niece, Mrs. C. S.
Combs and Mr. Combs. '
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Trueblood and I
days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Em-
mtt 'Stallings. '-:h'-yy'.' t
Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Jamieaon and
children of Winf all were dinner siesta
on Sunday of Mr ..and Mrs. C. P.
Quincy. ' '"
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Elliott and
family visited relatives at Burgess on
Sunday afternoon. ' . ; t
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Keel and sons
visited friends in Portsmouth, Va., last
Sunday.::-".; ::v '"
Mr. and Mrs. James Madrin and
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Palmer of Nor
folk, Va.; spent Sunday afternoon With
Mr. and Mrs. C. P, Quincy.
Mrs. Paul Trotman and dauirhter 01
Norfolk, Va,, were recent guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Symons.
Leon. Elliott, U. S. Navy, Norfolk,
Va.. was the week-end guest of his
Barents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Elliott.' ,
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Quincy will leave
Tuesday for Flonda,- where they will
spend the month of March.
Mrs. John A. Elliott has been ill
with tiie flu this week. ' "
Mrs. R. L. Callis of Ahoskie visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott last
Mr. and Mrs. L. 9. WinsW and
Miss Olive Layden are spending some
time In Tampa and Lakeland, Fla. ,
' lit. and Mrs. Jim Hendricks of
Norfolk, Va, and' Mr., and Mrs. (Pete
Bunch and son of Hobbsville . were
week-end guests of Mr. ana Airs.
T. B. Winslow.
Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Phthisic and
Mrs. Louis Winslow spent Friday in
Smithfield and Chuckatuck, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Ward of Eliza
beth City were dinner guests of Mrs.
Laura Ward and Mr. and Mrs. C V.
Ward Wednesday. -
Anne White, Lois Violet, Avis and
La Claire Winslow spent Sunday with
Judith' Winslow.'" ' v
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jenkins and
daughter of Potecasi spent Thursday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard oopeland
spent ; Sunday afternoon visiting in
Rocky. Hock. . -
Mrs. Timothy C Perry, Jr.; spent
Sunday nurht with her Tarents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Benton, at Snow HilL
BURGESS W. M. U. MEETS
The Bureess W. M. U. met Moa-
dav niirht with Mrs. Edgar Riddick,
with Mrs. Earl Riddick as joint os-
The meetinc was opened by sing
ing the theme song, "All Hail the
Power of Jesus Name," followed by
the Lord' Prayer. t--;
Rnort was heard from the Mis
sion Study Chairman and the .Com
munity Mission Chairman. ' -
Mrs. J. B. Basnigmv Mrs; fiagar
Riddick and Mrs. Walton Lane were
appointed as lunch committee" for as-
sociatlonal meeting. -
The Society presented Mm. IMrar
Riddick sr gift for her new horn.
Mrs. Winston Lane, program chair
man, then presented an interesting
program In the form of a playlet en
titled, "The Ministry of Prayer.' '
Mrs. Sidney Layden, Mrs. J. B. Per
ry and lira. Sidney Copeland furnish
ed special music with Mrs. Wirton
Lane, lira. J. B. Bssnlght, Krs. 3
11am Stallings, Mrs. J. B. Perry, I2rs.
Clinton R. Winslow, Mm. Valton
Lane, ITrs.- William Lane, Mrs.
Proctor, lira. 'Reuben StaHings and
Mrs. Ear. Biddtck taking a .5 art in
the play. -
The meeting closed with the watch
word. .. '-! '.'(...'..."
The hostess served candy, nuts and
eup cake 'with candle salad. 1 "
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' The XT'. '. I. C. tf Great Hope Trp-
tiitc:- i r,t IJi one i i 'J-
ert mcui , . , IkLTs. A. J. I 'X
Tuesfay r' t, February Z.'.l
was o-. : by the sirring t
Mr. and Mrs.Tommy Twnple of rem ?TrI( n-
Newland visited her parents, Mr. and) "tTLT0 mu aift,e
Mrs; E. B. HoUowell, Sunday. '. in "artm County.
Mim Ceraldine Greeorr of Hamn-lr
ton, Vau, spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gregory.
Pvt. Billy G. Jones, after spending'
15 days with his wife and parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Jones, has returned
to his duties.,. - .; y: vriv:' '
.1 1 X
:e h c J. j t J
ranfcrizsd 8-02. test and Llae Cell.
".eular price $30.
For Farm Trailers
CaU Or See
ty our 1 ..ujr.t.' Ro,l ci. 1
cr.?aw.:s cT laet meeting r J
E j t!:e bus'... 1
1:3 I "s r:e jcussed .
countyv : t".-y course. A' '
Hertford, N. C
Test and Blue Bell.
Regular price $25.
81x99 Sheets. First
quality. Yours at.....
42x36 Pillow Cases.
Now only ..........
Wool and Cotton
Blankets' J .....
Plastic Yard Goods.
ALL SWEATERS REDUCED . IN
PRICE FOR THIS WEEK-END! fKJ
25c I i
; New Spring Merchandise is here in quantity. Don't
miss seeing our Spring values ... they are better, with
prices better than in years. Yon can't find better values '
anywhere I 1 i
. "BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 183a .
I r 1 !-.v;,.r V. "N.
Potash Iin:33f-Cystcr SL'IlifDs-tiiitcd
SEE US FOR YOUR REQIHREMENTS
Hertford Liydtock & Supply Co.
wear it now through summer...
ShiffU enbrotdered broadcloth
pir.Sc,8qu:,r::vy end tire?:
4 izi 14 to20
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f r mr ? c t (Pr!yw to t '
' . u ' I r 4 our
t -n.J i 1 cL:' n was 1
Ls. L. r. 1 . -ry. n fctere.
"Trade Here and
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