North Carolina Newspapers

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JORDAN-STEVENSON
Mr. and Mm. E. C Stevenson
TYuiiwRt Ji honour of Tour presence .
. at the marriage of their daughter
Doris , t
, to
Mr. Robert Spencer Jordan, Jr. .
on Saturday, the nineteenth of July
at live o'clock in the afternoon
iPrimitive Baptist Church
Robersonville, North Carolina
In New York
Mrs. Silas Whedbee was called to
New York Sunday because of itihe ill
ness of her son, Charles. Charles was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nat White
and family.
From Farmvillev
Mm. Sally Ruth Horton of Farm
ville is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Tim Brinn. -
Moved On Church Street
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tilley and son
Tommy moved into the Hollowell
house last week on Church Street.
From Monroe
Mr. and - Mrs. J. A. Biggers and
children returned to their home at
Monroe Monday after spending sev.
eral days with Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Biggers. .
From Grenvifle
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Landing and son
of Greenville spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones.
Returned Home
Joyce. Fay. Becky Lou and Dickie
Owens have returned home after visit-
inr their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenyon Bailey, in Elisabeth Uty.
From Fentress '..; ; l; '" .' .; '.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gregory and son
of Fentress, Va., spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Noun Gregory.
From Washington ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cole and daugh
ter of Washington D. t,., are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Biggers.
Returned Home ,
Miss Frances urey 01. Trenton re
turned home Sunday after visiting
Miss Frances Newby.
Week-end Here
A. E. Hendley of Columbia, S. G,
spent the week-end visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Newby and Mrs. Hendley
and family.
Friday Guests
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. unsgory ana
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sumerlin of
Fayetteville spent Friday with Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Caravello and Mrs. John
Moore. 1
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From Florida
Lt and Mrs. E. 0. Sweet and
dnnrhtpr nf St. Petemburir. Fla.. re
turned home Tuesday after spending
several days with Jar. ana Jars. J. ft.
Webb. -
SPECIAL SALE
BEGINNING FRIDAY, JULY 11
$2.00 OFF
On Every Spring and Summer Dress
In Our Shop
25 Ladies' Suits price
ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL
WE OPEN DAILY AT 9 A. M. -
WOODLAND DRESS SHOP
HERTFORD, N. C.
PHONE 2381
r.oa Fayetteve . '
Miss Patsy Moore of FayetteviHe it
spending the summer with Mrs. Johir
iu.oore. 1
Moved T firnbh Street '
Mr. and Mrs. James wilder and son
have moved from Church Street into
the ' apartment on Grubb Street for
merly occupied by Mr. and lira, John
Ward, who moved into the David
house on Woodland Circle. 7 .
Returned Home
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hill and dill
wren returned to their home at Ports
mouth, Va.. last wednesray sRer vis
iting Mrs. G. E. Fields. ,
In Berwick
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Oberst are the
guests of friends and relatives at
Berwick, Pa.
Week-end la Norfolk '' ' (
(Mrs. E. A. Byrum spent the week
end at Norfolk, Va.. with relatives.
From Holland A,
Mrs. Harvey Norfleet and children
of Holland, Va., are spending this
week with Mrs. Baker Wood and Miss
Hulda Wood. Mr. (Norfleet accom
panied his wife and family here Sun
day and spent the day. ' -
From Suffolk
Miss Charlotte Hines of Suffolk,
Va., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Eley. ;?
From Holland
Mrs. Lynn Bradshaw of Holland,
Va., spent Sunday with Mrs. Baker
Wood and Miss Hulda Wood.
Returned Home
Miss Loretta- Hines returned to her
home in Suffolk, Va., Friday after vis
iting Mr. end Mrs. Clinton Eley.
Returned Home
Mrs. Carroll Transou and Mrs. T.
IS. White spent Thursday and Friday
of this week in Richmond, Va.
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Today: Friday
Shows: 3:15-7-9 P. M.
JAMES STEWART
ARTHUR KENNEDY
Dtuuui uiciurci
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
JOHNNY MACK BROWN
"Man From Black.
Hills"
"Radarmen (From the Moon" No. 1
Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M.
JOHN SANDS and PATRICIA MEDINA
in 1
"ALADDIN AND HIS LAMP"
Monday Only
f Shows 3:15, 7 and 9 P. M.
SHELLEY WINTERS
RICHARD CONTE
"The Raging Tide"
Tuesday Only
Shows 3:15, 7 and 9 P. M.
JANET LEIGH '
PETER- LAWFORD
"Just This Once"
Va. L. R. Christie of Atlanta, Ga,
and Mrs. E. W, Evans of Edenton were
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Trim
Wilson. . i
At Camp Leach 1 '' ' '
Kathrvn Bonner. Allen Bonner, Jr.,
Georsre White and Jimmy Sullivan
are spending two weeks , at Camp
Weekend Guests "
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett - Stephenson
of Weldon, J Miss Virginia Beck of
Burlington "and ' Jimmy Felton of
Welch, W. Va., spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Felton.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mm. Ernest Uumrie ana
daughter Kay are spending ten days
at Nags Head. ' - .
From Winston-Salem - v
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ward of
Winston-Salem ' spent the . week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ward:., '
From Williamsburg . ,'
Mr. end Mrs. C. E, Burleson of
Williamsburg, Va., spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Darden.
Returned Home , . ' .
Mrs. I. A. White has returned home
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Gatling and Mrs. J. R. Hill in Nor-'
folk last week.
In Georgia
Mr. and Mrs. Al Kenton left Sunday
for a short trip to Savannah. Ca. ,
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Wednesday: Matinee 3:15 P. M, Night 7:9 P. M.
DOUBLE FEATURE '
First Feature
JOAN CAULFIELD
DAVID NIVENS '
The Lady Says No"
Second Feature 1
ALLAN R0CKY) LANE
Xeadville Gunslinger-
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Thursday-Friday Matinee 3:15 Night 7-9 P. M. '
' , . MARJORIE MAIN and PERCY KILBRIDE
n L' !3 PA I IETTLE AT Tl" K!J:
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At Home
Mrs. J. W. Zachery and daughter,
Miss Nancy Zadhery, who have spent
the winter in Booneville, are spending
some time at their home here. '
At Nags Head
(Sir. and Mrs. S. P. Jessup are
spending this week at Nags Head as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Jes
sup at their cottage.
From Chapel Hill
Richard Futrell from the University
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, spent
the holidays with his parents, Mr. and
MM. J. K. iMtrell.
From Raleigh
Nathan Spivey from State College.
Raleigh, spent tJhe week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spivey.
From Greenville . . .
Julian White, Jr., from ECTC,
Greenville, spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian
White.'
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Returned Home - i . If
Miss Sue Perry White has returned
home after spending a week with Miss
Alice Jean Jackson at Nags Head.
From Newport News
Mr. and Mr, Robert Brinn and
daughter from Newport News spent
the week-end at ti e Brinn home.
At St Paul's
Miss Clay Stokes left Tuesday for
ist. haul's to visit her grandmother,
Mrs. w. a. f elton, and her aunt. Miss
Gladys Felton.
From Newport News .
Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Sutton and
children from Newport News. Va..
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mr
T. E. Raper.
From Booneville
Mrs. Carroll Transou of Booneville
arrived last week for a two weks1
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. s. White.
From Richmond '
Mrs. N. C. Barefoot and Miss Molly
Barefoot and Miss Margaret Overton
of Richmond are the guests of Mrs.
I. A. White. . - '
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On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray left
Friday of this week for a week's va
cation in the mountains of North
Carolina. '
On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stokes nd
and Mrs. Henry Stokes left ThuwlaV
for a. ten day vacation in West Vir
ginia, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Returned, Home
Mrs. J. K. witemnger and daugh
ter left Thursday for their home In
Rochester. Minn., after visiting Mrs.
William Tucker.
From Texas
Mrs. L. B. Merrill and son of So.
nora, Texas, are visiting W. F. C. Ed-
mrn and Mr. and Mrs. WaHer Ed
wards. . .
Operated Upon 1
(Eldon Winslow underwent an oper
ation at the Norfolk General Hospital
In Norfolk this week.
Returned Home
Cpl. and Mrs. William Rav Lamb
have returned to their home on Cape1
Cod, Mass., after spending the week
end with his ,tarents, Mr. and Mrs,
Willie Lamb and Mrs. Lamb's par
ents at HoobsviHe. ;
At Nags Head , t
Mr. and Mrs. Louis' Tarkington and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elliott
are spending thit weeks at Nigs
Head.
Vacation In California
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Woodard and
children left Wednesday for a month's
trip to various parts of California.
They will be gone a month.
From Charlotte " V
Mr. and Mrs. Seta i Fleetwood and
Kenneth Green of Charlotte are spend
ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. C, R,
Holmes.
From Texas .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Edward
Madre of Wichita 'Falls, Texas, are
visiting Mr., end Mrs. C. E. Madre,
ST., and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Duns
more. Thev were accomnanied home
by . Edward Lee Madre and Earl
Dunsmore, who have been their guests,
In Carthage ' ' ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E., Drake and ohil.
.dren are spending several weeks with
Week-end At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly White spent
the week-end with Mr." and Mrs. Joe .relatives at Carthage, Temu
lowe at their cottage at Wags Head 4 1
Tuesday In Suffolk
Sunday At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruiter and son
Mike and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kanoy,
Jr., spent Sunday at Manteo and Nags
Head,'.
Week-end Here
Carlton Davenport, Jr., who is at
tending summer school at State Col
lege in 'Raleigh, spent the holidays
with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. A.
Davenport. - (
From Washington
Mrs. T. R. Brinn and . daughter
from Washington are the guests, of
Mrs, Tim Brinn. ?, ; i
From Raleigh
Miss Elisabeth Tucker of Raleigh is
spending her vacation with her moth
er, Mrs. Isa Tucker.- , .
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At Nags Head , .. .. ...
Miss Mae Wood WinBlow and Mrs.
Will Hudson are spending the month
of July at their cottage at Nags Head.
From Florida . , '
Mr. and .Mrs. Bohert X Adams of
Ruskin, Fla,' were recent guests of
friends and -relatives in Hertford. ,";
From New Bern , . . ', f
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clover and
daughter of New Bern spent the week
end with Mrs. Anse White,
Mrs. Tom Skipsey. Mrs. Manraret
Bolton and Lib Be Skipsey spent
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hines
at Suffolk, Va. -' .
Week-end At Conway '
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hr Edwards and
childjen spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. C B. Draper at Conway. .
Friday At Orgon Inlet
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Towe, Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Baker and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Barber went ocean fish
ing at Oregon Inlet Friday, July 4th.
Week-end' At Nags Head '
Mr. and Mrs. T;. P. Byrum and chil
dren spent 'the week-end at Nam
ueaa. '
Vfeits Parents' .. : '
JSgt. Tom Perry, USAIF, spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Ferry.
CIRCLE MEETS
The Bessi Pritchard Mlssinnarv
Cirele of the Baptist' Church met on
Monday night at the home, of Mrs. E.
A. Goodnnan. Mrs. Clinton Eley had
charge of the business meeting". 11 se
taking part on the prrrTam iwrj I
C?iu' Ruit-r, I'ts. ( C ';i 1
Elaine Jor" i. . r-e
ing tlie hoctes I : . -
to the 14 men.l:eii f
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George A. Whito, Jr4 Allan Bonner,
Jr James, C. fiwl.n and Kathryn
Bonner, all of Es: L-rd, are at Camp
Leach near Washington, according to
a report received here this week.' The
camp Is operated by the Episcopal
Church and is the .oldest, camp in
(Eastern North Carolina. It offers a
balanced camping program and is un
der the leadership of experienced
clergy and laymen. 1 " ' .
CIRCLE MEETS
The Mary Ellen Dotier Circle of the
Baptist Church met Monday night
with Mrs. Joe Caravello. Mrs; Mark
Gregory presided' over the business.
Mrs. Caravello presented the program
with Mrs. Robert White and Mrs. J.
E. Everett taking part Mrs. Elbe
Goodwin gave the devotional and Mrs.
Tom Perry gave the prayer. : After
the meeting the hostess served rev
freshments to the 1Z members pres
ent ';' ' ' ' ; 1 'r' . - -M
Mrs.
ROOK SHOWER
W. J. Kanoy, Jr., and Mrs.
Ceor-i r I'-i wtr y'"t horterses t-
a r 7 t i uwer pvea m
honor s. jry.V.1ii at the
home of Ljw, I Jds. : Those present
nd " ' r j .Teres .. Mrs. white,
Giore-. k y -es . Claude .Kuiter,
I Tank i...r' ' vim YTi4tAvt Niivui J W-
Newby, Kenry Stokes, Joe Caravello,
Kelly W hite, Vernon Lee Perry, Ed
gar Fields, Elton Hurdle, Marshall
Owens, D. M. Jackson, EJden Winslow,
Muses ueiene ' Nixon, Eva Harris,
Kimsey Perry and Carolyn' Bigger
staff. . ....
"The high score prise went to Mrs. t
Ruiter, second high was awarded Mrs.
Christgou. The hostesses served de
licious Iced drinks, peanuts and mints.
The guest of honor received; many
lovely gifts. , w
J BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mm At fTpntiii it.ntMfl
bridflre club last Thursdav niofa. at. hi
home on Church Street Those play
ing were Mesaames Charles Murray,
Francis Nixon. Vivian Mathews, J. W.
Dillon, Henry Stokes, Eldon Winslow,
D. F. Reed, Jr., and the hostess. The
high score prize went to Mrs. Murray.
A sweet course was served.
Building Materials
COMMON AND" FACE " ,
-$35X3 Per Thousand
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CEMENT PIPE-ROCK
SAND-CINDER BLOCKS
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PLUMBING AND BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY
Phone 5401 Hertford, N. C. j ;
Starting Saturday 9 A. M. Our Annual
SUMMER CLEARANCE
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF .
SI.GOffonWSIiiiSciidGownsJJyloiis,
Rayons and Cottons
ONE TABLE
Spring and
Summer Bags.
HOSE, 51 and ED Gauge, reduced to C3c
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