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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. O. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1952.
ATTENDED SCHOOL '
!'.- Adrian Hughes, an employee of W.
: D. Landinir & Sons, has returned home
after attending a tile floor jBchool at
Tjinnnnter Pn . tar tm wApVa. .
I LIONESS CLUB MEETS
The Hertford Lioness Club will meet
- Friday night at 6 o'clock at the Ho
CLUB TO MEET
; Mrs. Sarah C. White will be hostess
to the Perquimans Business' and Pro
fessional Women's Club at her home
on the Hertford-Edenton Highway
Friday night, May 9, at 8 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present ,
' The Mary Ellen DozSer Circle of the
Baptist Church met Monday night at
8 P. M., with Mrs. Robert White. Mrs.
Mark Gregory presided over the busi
ness. Mrs. T. E. Madre gave the
: Scripture lesson and Mrs. Joe Cara
vello, who was in charge of the pro
gram, was assisted by Mrs. Tom Per
ry and Mrs. J. E. Everett.
" There were 12 members and one
visitor present. The meeting was
closed with a prayer by Mrs. Warner
Madre, after which the hostess served
refreshments, v 1 ,
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
1 Mrs. J. H. Newbold was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday night at her
home on Front Street. Tnose piay-
lng were Mesdames W. H. Hardcastle,
; J. .R. Futrell, C. A. Davenport,- Trim
Wilson, W. H. Oakey, Silaa Whedbee,
1 R. S. Monds, Jr., and Miss Mae Wood
Winslow. . The high score prize went
to Mrs. Monds. A sweet course was
White Hat News
Miss Esther' Simpson of Newport
News, Va. spent the week-end -with
Mr: and Mrs. Watson Eure. .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eure of Nor
folk, Va., were guests of his brothers
on Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. James Umphlett have
accepted jobs in Norfolk, Va., and are
now making their home in Norfolk.
Walker Perry, pastor of the Berea
Church of Christ was a Sunday guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Umphlett.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson
of Elizabeth CSty spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Yeates. ". '
Norman Miller was a guest speaker
at Bethlehem Church for both morn
ing and evening services Sunday.
M v and Mrs. Horace Miller and
family went to see Eddie Miller, who
is a patient at Maryview Hospital in
Portsmouth, Va. v
Misses MolKe Lu Yeates and Eva
Russell, were Sunday afternoon guests
of Miss WHma Ann Caddy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Umphlett and
Dickie spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. Jam Williams of Roanoke
Rapids. Mrs.' Mattie Umphlett, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liams, accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Umphlett, home. ,
. Little Miss Paulette Dail is spend
ing this week with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Miller;
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grant and son of
Edenton spent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs, Jimmie Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. George Powers and
children of South Mills were Sunday
guests of her parents, Mr, and 'Mrs.
Mr. and. Mrs. Isaac Lane and Ed-!
ward Lane attended the funeral of
Mrs. Lane's brother-in-law, Mr. Hobbs,
in Norfolk. Va., last week. .
BURGESS NEWS '
Mr. and, Mrs. Bob Layden have re
turned to their home in Raleigh af
ter spending the week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lay.
den and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Har
Mr. and Mrs. Carnie Oliver of Cres
well were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Basnight Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stallings called
to see Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Whidbee
Mrs. Luther Roach of California and
Mrs. Sidney Layden of Biloxi, Miss.,
were nouse guests Of Mrs. Sidney
Layden, Sr., last week.
Mrs. J. B. Perry and Mrs. Irvin
Whidbee visited Mrs. Roy Stallings
Proctor, Bertha Gaye Chappell, Welly
i wnite ana waiton mamews. ,
TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
Tpo Late To Classify
The piano students of Mrs. I. C.
Yagel will present their annual Spring
Recital in the high school auditorium,
Tuesday evening, May 13, at 8 o'clock.
The public is invited to attend. Those
.taking part are:
J .Betty Brown, Jean Edwards, Bar
Ibara Edwards, Carol David Janice
Stallings, . Lois Violet Winslow, Shir
ley Eure, La Claire Winslow, Jean
I Long, Alice Jean Jackson, Mildred
, Lewis, Ann Stallings, Ann Burke
Chappell, Peggy Harrell, Mary Dow
, Chappell, Ann Myers, i Ann Thatch,
naany ; wnite. Baran Button, Jean
'Stallings, Marian White, Lina Ruth
I We wish to express our sincere
thanks to neighbors and many friends
for the flowers, cards and other acts
of kindness tendered us during the !
illness of our mother, Mrs. Minnie L. I
THE FAMILY. ! Hertford at S and M.
NOTICE EFFECTIVE THIS WEEK
will be closed on Wednesday after
noon through summer : months.
Hertford Locker & Packing Co. It
WORRIED ABOUT COK3CIDIOS1S ?
Keep Dr. Salisbury's Sulquin on
hand in case of an outbreak in your
flock. Sulquin checks "coxy" effee
tively. Use Sulquin! For sale In
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Thelma Elliott was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday night at her
home on Grubb Street. Those play
ing were Mesdames V. N. Darden,
Charles Whedbee,W. G. Wright, B.
G, Koonce, T. 1 B. Sumner, Charles
,Henc, Miss 'Kate Blanchard and Miss
Ruby White. The high score prize
went to Mrs. Darden and second high
1 was awarded Mrs. Whedbee. A sweet
course was served.
ENTERTAINED BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. J. W. Dillon entertained her
bridge club Tuesday evening at har
home. Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames Vivian Mathews
Charles Murray, W. E. Drake, Ed
ward Griffin, Henry Stokes, Francis
Nixon, D. F. Reed,-Jr., J. L. Harris,
Eldon Winslow, Willis Jessup, R. L.
Hollowell and Miss Dorcas Knowles.
The high score prize went to Miss
Knowles. A-sweet course was ser
ved. ,"'! '
ROBERT W. DUKE
Robert W. Duke, 71, of RFD 3,
Hertford, died at 6:30 IP. M., Tues
day after a long illness.
The body was taken to the Lynch
Funeral Home pending completion
of funeral arrangements.
Mr. Duke was a native of Perquim
; ans County, a son of the late Robert
W. and Susan Sutton Duke.
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.
Wertley Wazman, of New York; a
son, R, W. Duke, Jr., of Hamlet, and
two sisters, Mrs. Mattie Simpson and
Mrs. Walter Barcnit, ootn of Uurants
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