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Mr. and lira. B. A. Gibbs of Eliza
beth have returned home after spend
ing several days last week with Mr.
and Mrs. B. L. Gibbs.
Week-end At Cheaspeake Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tarkington and
children spent the week-end at Cheas
peake Beach. V
Mr.- and Mrs. Preston Divers have
returned home after spending last
week at Nags Head. ,
Tuesday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Goodman spent
Tuesday in, Norfolk, Va.
Moved To Hertford
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Williams have
moved from Eliazbeth City into an
apartment at J. E. Winslow's.
Moved To Woodland Qrele
' Mr. and Mrs. Emory White and son
have moved from Dobb Street into
a home at Woodland Circle.
Mrs. W. C. Jackson and Miss Kath
leen Jackson of Elizabeth City spent
Monday with Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Ward.
At Chowan College
Mrs. Warner Madre and Mrs. I. A.
Ward attended the Leadership Insti
tute of the Missionary Society at Cho
wan College Thursday and Friday of
Mrs. Carroll Hill and family of Nor
folk, Va., spent the week-end with
mrs. Henry tsaroer.
1A. and Mrs. Ralph Marsden of
Washington, D. C, spent the week-end
with Mrs. it. TV Bruin and uooun&na
er and Mrs. T. R. Brian.
From EEzabeth City .
Mrs. M. Sawyer and family of
Elizabeth City spent Sunday with Mrs.
Henry Barber. -
Mi- and Mrs. Frank Brinn. Mrs.
Joe Brinn, Bill Brinn, Sr., and Bill
Brinn, Jr., of Sanrord ana Mr. ana
Mrs. Claude Brinn and daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinn and daugh
ter of Newport-News, Va., spent the
week-end at tne Kosser Brinn nome.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Edwards and
son, Alonza, of Hooperton and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Rouse of Farmville
were the Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Costen.
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Transou of
Boonville spent this week with Mr.
and Mrs. T. S. White and at Nags
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Woodard and
children grant the week-end with rela
tives at Princeton and New Bern.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Britt of Frank
lin, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Week-end At Asheville.
Mm. Erirar Fields and Keith HaS-
' kett spent the week-end at Asheville.
I Yveeklend At Na. V '
I Mr. and Mrs. Cu E. Johnson
: and children spent the week-end at
the Johnson cottage at Naga Head,
Rjrfnrnttl (From Hospital
W. F. C. Edwards has returned
from Duke Hospital and is t getting
along nicely. vvvWf'
Mrs. Norman Elliott and Miss Reba
Spivey have returned jo their nomes
after visiting Lt. and Mrs. R. JL
Spivey in Florida, t
Mrs. Harry Tillett and children,
Carol Ann and Peggy Sharon of
Elizabeth City have returned home
After sDendinsr last week with Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Sumner. .
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hill of Ports
mouth, Va., spent the week-end with
Mrs. G. E. Fields. They were ac
companied home by their daughters.
Ann and Jean, who had been visiting
their grandmother. ,
M. D. M. Jackson. Miss Alice Jean
Jackson, Miss Barbara Edwards and
Miii Julia Ann Stoke returned home
Saturday after spending several days
at the Jackson cottage at Nags Head.
From Virginia Beach :
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Perry, Sr., and
Bill Perry. Jr., have returned to their
home at Virginia Beach after upend
ing the week-end with J. P. Perry
From Sunbury -. :
Miss Minnie Perry of Sunbury is
the guest of Mrs. S. M. Fowler and
Mrs. Charles Whedbee.
Mrs. Jimmy Bryant and children,
Alfred and Jim, have returned to their
home in Greensboro after visiting
Mrs. Isa Tucker.
i Returned Home
Mrs. E. "A. Norfleet of Newport
News, Va., has returned to her home
after spending two weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. v. M. Morgan and Miss
Mrs. J. W, Boulton and Tom
Skipsey i daughter i tu: J 3 -e
Saturtf .ier spending sev-rtJ t
in Nouu.lc, Va., with ilr.' and 1 1.
Grayson. Inman. ,
From Raleigh '
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White,- Jr and
children of Raleigh spent Friday with
Mr. and. Mrs. W.. E. White, Sr. ; ;.
From Lynchburg ":' .. v -' ..;; :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jarvis of Lynch
burg. Va., spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mm J R Innla m.
" . .aicjr
were accompanied to Lynchburg by
jars, ttosa wawren wno will visit Mr.
and Mrs. U. A. Wrtmw. ' '
Week-end In Washington f " , j
Mr. and Mrs. 'Herbert Nixon spent'
the week-end in Washington, D. C.I
They were accomoanied home far MiVa I
Katherine Alice Nixon, who has been I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sykes at
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Miss Frances Grey of Trenton spent
the week-end with Miss Frances New-by.
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Mrs. C. H. Howard has returned
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Pauls with relatives. She was accom
panied home by C. H. Howard, Jr.,
who spent the week-end.
Jimmy Felton of Lynch, Ky., Miss
Virin'nift Reck of Burlington. Mr. and
Mrs. Bennett Stephenson of Weldon
and Dolph Howard and three Irienas
of Norfolk, Va,, spent tfie week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Felton.
From (Elizabeth City V
. Miss Arlean Porter 'of Elizabeth
City spent the week-end and several
days this week with Mr. ,and Mrs. V.
Mrs. D. M. Feild and Mrs. Mary F.
Carter of Portsmouth, Va., are spend
ing this week with Miss Mary Sum
ner and Miss Ruby White.
Week-end Guests ;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nachman and
children of Richmond, Va., and Mr.
and Mrs. Rex Stephenson of Raleigh
spent the week-end with Mrs. Louis
Mrs. Marvin Cuthrell and daugh
ter, Miss Jeanette Cuthrell of Nor
folk, Va., spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamersly and
daughter have returned to their home
in Baltimore, Md., after visiting Mrs,
Lucy Madre. "
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'Returned Home ' '
Mrs. W. L. Braswell has returned
to her home ill Jackson after visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Whitev
From Washington .
Mrs. Harvey Clark and son, Jim
my, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark
of Washington, D. C, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cam
pen: Sunday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Berry and Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Jones visited relatives
in Norfolk, Va., Sunday.
Returned Home ': J :v
Mrs. ,E. A. By rum and Mrs. Chas.
White. Jr., and daughter, Martha,
spent last week , in Charlotte as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James By
rum. ' " ...
From GoUUboro -
Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Chalk and chil
dren of Goldsboro spent the week-end
with Mrs. Baker Wood and Miss An
n.a Chalk. ' 4
Mr. and Mrs." Will 'un Jj. Sawyer,
Jr., have returned home from visiting
relatives in Anderson, South Caro
lina and Graceville, Fla. Mr. Sawyer
left Monday to rejoin his ship at Bos
ton, Mass. . 1 i
v Mr.: and Mrs. Jack Rose and son,
Keith: of Winston-Salem spent the
week-end and several days this week
with Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Rose,
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Returned Home -
Miss EliiabeUi Langdon of Hunt
ington, W. Va,, returned to her home
Tuesday after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John : Dail and : the Rev. " and Mrs.
Charles DuHng. . j '
Returned Home ' -
Mr,- and Mrs. ' Clinton Eley and
children returned to their home Sun
day after a week's vacation at various
parts of Virginia. '
On Furlough ' '
SSgt Alton Overton who has been
serving in Germany is on a 28-day
furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry' Overton. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Winslow have
returned home rafter spending last
week in the western part of North
Carolina and parte of Virginia. '
From Norfolk 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Inman and
children of Norfolk, Va., epent the
week-end with C. G. Stephens and
Mrs. Tom Skipsey.
From Ahoskle '
: Miss Frances Newby of Aboskie
spent the week-end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby.
From Newport News
Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Sutton and
children of Newport News, Va., spent
the week-end with Mr. and, Mrs. Tt
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Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gregory and
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