r: zonal itit.io j Fxc- T rmuda Kra. Carey Qwncy and daughter, Ava, of Burmnda have returned home after visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nix '. on at their home on Pens. Ave. ... From Norfolk I Mr; and Mrs. John Broughton, Jr, ; land children, of Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Relfe and John Broughton, Sr.. Returned Home Miss Prudence Stokes of Windsor has returned to her home after visit' ing Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby. Week-end In Winston-Salem ' Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Fearing and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Newkirk spent vne wwit-eiKi ui yYuusioii-oaiem witn relatives.1 -Sunday At Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Claude Riuter and son spent Sunday at Hampton, Va. Sunday At Durham Walter Edwards and Martin Towe visited W.- P. C. Edwards ait Duke Hospital in Durham Sunday. , Sunday In Columbia "... Mrs. B. F. Bray spent Sunday in Columbia with her sister, Mrs. Ber tie Owens. . . . , From Edenton Mrs. H. T. Hobbs of Edenton spent Monday with Mrs. E. A. Byrum. From Virginia Beach Mrs. Bill Pickhardt and son, Joe, of Virginia Beach, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bag Week-end At Nags Head V "7 Mr. and Mrs. Barney Grunewald spent the week-end at Nags Head as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Masten. Returned Erne , ' lira. C E. Birlevi has retimed to her home in i;-.L JLen, D C, af ter spending the Ea?r vacation wiSh her parents, Mr. and lire. D. S. Dar- - From Washington , , ' Mrs. Harvey Clark and son. Jimmy. of wa&nington, U. C. spent the week. end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cam' From Elizabeth City Mrs. B, A. Gibbs f Elizabeth City spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B. uGibhs. Week-end In Greenville' Mr. and Mrs. Richard David and daughter spent the week-end in Greenville with relatives. , ' Vincent and children of lcitjsioo- Va., tent l.rt wer'c w-XV ilrs. George Fields. Mr. p-ent the week-end and r. turned home Sunday with his wife and family. Week-end In Princeton ' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Woodard and children spent the week-end in Prince, ton as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Woodard. In Durham " Mrs. J. C Blanchard is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus E. Hobbs in Durham. Sunday In Columbia Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Berry, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones visited friends ifi Columbia Sunday. Returned Home ' Mrs. W. L. Braswell returned to her home at Jackson Sunday after visiting her son-in-iaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Emory White last week. She was accompanied home Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. White, who spent the day. , " I t I -. V, B. Yeama and dUin of V .e Forest are the guests of Dr. and Ars. I. A." Vard. From Norfolk tlr. and Mrs. Walter Britton of Nor folk, Vju, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Fowler, ; ' v From Norfo& . , Dolph Ward of Norfolk. Va.. spent the week-end with Mrs. C. H. Howard and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Felton. Attended Meeting ' ' - Mrs. Geonre Fields. Mrs. Rav Hm- 1r an1 Mies T?iiV TnVa itJJ I Wesleyan Service Guild Confer From Norfolk From Norfolk W. W. Wells, from the Norfolk Niv al Base, Norfolk, Va., spent the week end, with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vick. ence hold at Greenville last week-end. Sunday In Greenville - Mrs. W. G. Wright spent Sundav in Greenville as tne guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McMullan. -. Sunday Guests - , ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haste and chil dren of Norfolk, Va., -and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haste, Jr., of Fentress. Va., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Pennington, Miss Winnie Whitley, of Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitley. , Sunday In Durham W. H. Pitt and Tommy .WhiteVisit, ed relatives in Durham Sunday, Returned Home Mrs. Andrey Dail returned to her home in: Norfolk, Va., Sunday after j spending last week with Mr. and Mrs. B. W Pennington. From Norfolk Mrs. Tom Standing of Norfolk, Va., is the guest of Mrs. S. T. Sutton. Week-end Here Mrs. G. R. Anderson and children of Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with Mrs. S. T. Sutton. Sunday In Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. Tom Madre and son and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sitterson visited the Azalea Gardens in Norfolk, Va., Sunday. Sunday In Greenville Mr. and Mr3. V. S. Harden spent Sunday in Greenville. ' FOR SALE To make room (of new equipment, purchased for our new. lunchroom', the following articles will be sold at the Hertford Grammar' School lunchroom on Tuesday, April 29, between 2 and 4 P. M: 1 COMMERCIAL TYPE ELECTRIC RANGE 1 THREE-COMPARTMENT SINK 1 ELECTRIC WATER HEATER,60 Gal. Cacapity 1 WHITE ENAMELED WOOD RANGE 1 LARGE COAL HEATER I ELECTRIC FAN, VENTILATING TYPE 1 ICE BOX ' ! ELECTRIC HOT WATER BOOSTER and a large assortment china, glassware and cutlery. All articles in good condition. Terms of Sale: CASH. Hertford Grammar School PTA Committee I Week-end Specials l Regular 29c Fitch Dandruff Remover I.SHAMPOO. : 1 Regular 29c tube Wildroot Cream i i HAIR DRESSING... Regular 2.5c Listerine TOOTH PAST E ; i S-day DEODORANT PADSplus 25c i-r D vut :en a i Tirvn a xv i. iu. ax Ld jnn ax i vj j, oiuy .,... f 200 5-grain aspirin tablets phophylact;c , TOOTH BRUSHES, 29c each 2for29c 2or39c 231c 59c 54c 3 -69c For Sale In Hertford :At S AND M I : PHONE 8081 "ON THE CORNER" HERTFORD, N. C. , -J.-S u. . -2 i - v V' 4 ;; . i! RI A t r n D V I ii iviniiiiuui i I Head into summer with a cool Mallory Panama. T ' handsome "Pana-Cool" is one of the lightest, coolest, lm.? comfortable hats you'll ever own. Available in a ' i ' variety of bright patterned bands. Drop in and v -1 entire Mallory line of summer straws. A1L"C . 1.. processed to shed showers. " . ' Fed th6 comfort in a v v Other Straw Hats LS I M O N ' S $1.95 Us : iSKHiSBBMtk. Today: Friday Shows: 3:15-7-9 P. M. DOROTHY McGUIRE FRED MacMURRAT in "Callaway Went Thataway" Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M. JOHN IRELAND "The Bushwackers" " Government Agent No. 2 ? ' Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M. - - JEFF CHANDLER and MAUREEN O'HARA r p m mm u 1:1: I V . . I J I k At I 1 1 .11 II . I 'J TAKES FIRST PLACE IN CLASS T IN THE 1952 iuilbol!(oS ford $ the Clou "A" Winner , for 3rd Consecutv rear! "FLW.1E OF JlRABf Monday and Tuesday: Matinee 3:15 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M, JANE RUSSELL and FRANK SINATRA "DOIOLE DYiffE" Wednesday: Matinee 3:15 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M. DOUBLE FEATURE First Feature CAESAR ROMERO AUDREY TOTTER fa TeBXGirP tear. ' Second Feature WILLIAM TRACY JOE SAWYER . u As You Were" Thursday-Friday: Matinee 3:15 Night 7-9 P. M. BOB HOPE and HEDY LAMARR -in IP Tlciv Ford Dilcago Uokcr GUI W&zl in K3 FicIJ! '! Agedn this year . . . m in the. past two years . . . Ford was first in gas economy over all other oars in its price class in the Mobilgas Economy Run. Iajthis toughest test, a stock model Ford Six equipped -with Overdrive (optional kc extra cost) averaged 63.855 ton-miles par gallon and 25.463 actual mfiea per gallon. - 1 i This was a very spec-' 1 triumph for Ford's All-New Mileage Maker high-compression Sue l or now, with its new design providing 101- - horsepower and free-tming overhead Valves,, Ford k definitely pound-for-pound the mc J economical low-priced car to run! Yes . . . Ford's thrift was cU "t r"oved by the 1,415-miIe grind from Los Angeles to Sun Valley. Ji very important factor contributing to this victory is Ford's Aromatic Power Tilot wLUt squeeses the last i- ounce of power out of eyory drop of gas. to toM iftal ckM r Mimfewt dan rmg--m t W mttU. ' ' . fM if mhmt r mm NH MM kf "r m , p r , .: J01-l;irrr-2Ycr tor 'my f, II Gvi J i iic:j i.t.A. G:::' '7. V r 1 N - - 7 f i$ i'