THE PERQUIX ANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD. N. C, FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1952.
Week-end At Fayetterille
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ci Winslow spent
the week-end in FayetteviU as the
guests of V. R. White and family.
Week-end At Winston-Salem '
Mr. and Mrs. Talmajre Rose and
son and Mrs. John Beers spent the
week-end in wuistoiMSaiem as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Rose,
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. White.
Mr. and Mm. J. I. Nichols, Mrs.
i Vera Drake, Moody Hiirton and Alli
son Nichols of Rocky Mount spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Burnlce
Mrs. H. T. Hollowell 'and Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart Wilson from Norfolk,
Va., visited Mrs. E. A. Byrum Sun
day for a snort while, after which
Mrs. Byrum and her guests visited Mr.
and Mrs. H. T. Hobbs in Edenton.
Returned From Hospital
Mrs. Jake Chesson has returned
from the Norfolk General . Hospital
where she spent several days for ob
servation. ,. , - .
From Elizabeth City ' - ' ,
Mrs. W. L. Sawyer of Elisabeth
City spent last week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Josiah Elliott. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reed and
children of Charlotte spent KJhe Easter
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Corp
'Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Noble and
children of Richmond, Va., Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Holmes of CresweU were
guests of (Mr. and Mrs. Corp Reed
Saturday. " '
Returned Home '
Mrs. J. G. Rdberson returned home
Monday after, visiting her son-in-law
and daughter, ' Mr. and Mrs. James
Johnson at Craddock, Va. - .:
I Week-end At iFarmville
" Mr. and Mrs. F. T; Britt and son,
Dean, spent the week-end in Farm
ville.Va,, as the guests of Mrs. C.
i R. Hoggs and family;
Mr.) and Mrs. Bob Applewhite of
Norfolk, Va., spent the Easter holi
' days wflth Mrs. Charles Whedbee. ,
Mrs. Dan Reed was admitted to the
Norfolk General Hospital Wednesday
for observation and treatment;
Monday At Virginia Beach
Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Brinn spent
Monday at Virginia Beach, Va.
Mrs. G. E. Garrett and Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Garrett of Virginia Beach, Va.,
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Josiah
. Sunday Guests 1
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Godwin and
children of Drivers, Vaj John Daven
port of Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Russell
Sawyer of Elizabeth, City, and Mrs.
Grace Davenport and children of Bel
videre and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mat
thews were dinner guests Sunday of
Mrs. H. S. Davenport.
From Newport News ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Sutton and
children of Newport-News spent the
week-end with Mr. and 'Mrs. T. E.
. IN MEMORIAM
In memory of my dear mother, Cora
Russell Eure, who departed this life
four years ago today, April 18, 1948.
Dear is the grave in which she is laid,
Sweet is the memory which will never
. fade; "
Heart of our life is buried deep, ,
Under the sod where our loved one
As we love you, so we miss you; in
our memory you're always near,
Loved, remembered, longed always;
bringing many a silent tear.
We have only your memory, dear
mother, to 'treasure our whole
But the sweetness will last forever,
ai we chsrish the memory of you.
Four years have passed away, many
suns have set,
But still we miss'and long for you,
and never shall forget. ' .
The depth of sorrow we can not tell,
The loss of one we loved so well. .. v
And while she lies in peaceful sleep,
Her memory we 'shall always Tteep. -Oh,
how hard we tried $o save you!
T?rs and prayers were all in
For the Aijgels came and took you
from this world of care and pain.
Beside your grave we often stand,
with 'a heart both sad and sore,
But in gloom the sweet words come,
"Not Lost, 'But Gone Before."
HFIR IaOVING DAUGHTER.
MRS. EULA MILLER XTOPHLETT.
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' W. M.S. TO MEET
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Baptist Church will -meet Monday
night at, 8 P. M., at the church. All
members are urged to attend.
DELLA S HAMBURGERS MEET
The Delia Shamburger Circle of
the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist
Church will meet Monday night alt 8
P. M., with Mrs. D F. Reed, Sr., with
Mrs. J. 0. Felton as co-hostess.
Those that attended the District
Conference of the Woman's Society of
Christian 'Service at Plymouth Wed
nesday were Mrs. A. L. Chaplin, Mrs.
J. 0. Felton, Mrs. C. T. Skinner, Mrs.
h. c. Winslow, Mrs. Tim Brinn, Mrs.
Lawrence Towe, Mrs. J. L Harris and Koonce, IV B. Sumner, J. H. Towe,
Mrs. P. F. Reed, Sr. , jL. N. Hollowell and Miss Thelma
' ; Elliott. The nigh score prize went
. CONDUCTS SERVICES . I to Mrs. Sumner, second hirfi to Mrs.
Mrs. J. C. Burwell of Warrenton,
conducted a Day Apart Service at the
Hertford Methodist Church Wednes
day, for members 'of the Perquimans-
Chowan Zone, Seven of the 10 socie-
Darden and low was awarded Mrs.
Koonce. A salad course was served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. T. L. Jessup was hostess to
ties of the zone were represented at her bridge club Tuesday night at her
the meeting which was held from 10 home. Those! playing were Mesdames
A. M., until 2:30 iP. M. Luncheon was C. M. Williford, C. E. Johnson, Ernest
lacy. The happiest person is the per
son who thinks the most interesting
thoughts, and we grow happier as we
William Lyon Phelps.
Too Late To Classify ,
served at the church.
Guthries, J. T. Biggers, H. (C. Stokes,
M. R. Campbell and Miss Mary Sum
ner. The high score prize went to
Mrs. Williford. Refreshments were
. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
j Mrs. W. G. Wright entertained her
bridge club Tuesday nisrht at hear served by the hostess,
home on Church Street." Those play-
ing were Mesdames J. O. Felton, V. The belief that youth is the happi
jn. Harden, Charles Henc, O. tr. est time of liie is founded on a fal-
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