Mrs. W. A. Grey of Alexandria, Va.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .Charles
In Hospital ' &
R. B. Thach is a patient at DePaul
Hospital in Norfolk, Va. Be is there
for observation and a possible opera
tion. ' ' .
Miss Frances Newby from Ahoslrie
spent the week-end with 'her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Newby.
Mrs. H. A. Whitley is spending this
week in Greenville as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards.
Returned Home r
Mrs. L. B. Merrill and son, CMt,
have returned to their home at 'So
mora, Texas after being here to at
tend the funeral of her grandfather,
W. F. C. Edwards.
Returned To Maryland '
Vance Bright has returned to Bain
bridge, Maryland after visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bright.
Mrs. Tommy Mathews is a patient
at the Albemarle Hospital in Eliza
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Samouce
Lynchburg, Va., are the guests
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Darden.
Mr. and Mrs. Graniberry Tucker of
Washington, D. C, spent the week
end with Mrs. Isa Tucker. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Tucker
who will visit them for a few days
before going to Santa Monica, Calif.,
to visit her daughter," Miss Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
folk, Va., spent the
J. P., Perry, Sr.
Bunch of Nor-week-end
Sunday At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Whedbee and
children spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Lawrence Towe and Russell Baker
attended the annual banquet given by
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
at Kicnmond, :va., last Thursday
Week-end In Richmond
air. ana Mrs. J. k. rmtrell spent
the week-end m Richmond, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bush and family
from Portsmouth, . Va., spent Sunday
with u U. Fowler. ..
Saturday At Chapel Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campen at
tended the Carolina-Texas game at
Chapel Hill Saturday.
Shows: 3:15-7-9 P. M.
"Lovely To Look At"
Sunday Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M. v
IROD CAMERON AND PEGGIE CASTLE
Shows 8:15-7-9 P. M. ,
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"Clash By Night"
Wednesday: Matinee 8:15 P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
"Talk About A -Stranger"
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Thnnday-Friday: Matinee tl5
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Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hill and chil
dren of Portsmouth, Va., spent Sunday
with Mrs. G. E. Fields and1 Mrs. Cook
Winslow. They . were , accompanied
home by Mrs. Fields for a short visit
Attended Game ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Riggers,- Miss
Patricia Biggers, Miss Billie Carol
Divers and Miss Sue P. White attend
ed the Carolina-Texas football game
at Chapel Hill Saturday.
Week-end At St. Pauls
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stokes and
daughter, Clay, spent the week-end
with Mrs. W. A. Felton and Miss
Bladys Felton at St. Pauls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mayes of Nor
folk, Va., spent Sunday here with
Mrs. Lawrence Blanchard has re
turned to her home in Raleigh after
spending several lays last week wMJh
Mrs. J. C. Blanchard.
Saturday Guests '
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins of
Norfolk, Va., and Mr. and Mrs Bill
Miggs and son, Jeff of Richmond, Va.,
spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
D. S. Darden.
Mrs. C. E. Burleson
to her home at Williamsburg, Va., ,
after spending several days with Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Darden.
Mr. and Mis. Earl Barrett have
returned to their home at Hamilton,
Ohio after spending two weeks with
Mrs. R. L. Knowles and Miss Dorcas
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sullivan of
Norfolk, Va., spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. D. S. Darden.
Mrs. Bob Applewhite of Norfolk,
Va., is spending this week with Mrs.
Tuesday Guests .
Mr. and Mrs. iW. E. Catling of Nor
folk, Va., Myrlon Gatling of Jack
sonville, Fla., and Mrs. Dink Dismore
of Elizabeth City visited with s Mrs.
I. A. White on Tuesday. - w
From Kitty Hawk i - -
Mrs. Charles Johnson and Mr.
Olivia Hobbs arrived home Saturday
from the Johnson cottage, at Kitty
Hawk where they have spent the
summer. They expect to return next
week for a short stay. '
Sunday At Richmond
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Mathews, Miss
Carolyn Mathews and Robbing Blanch
ard spent Sunday in Richmond, Va.,
as the guests of Miss Annie Blanch
ard. , r ' ' ' -
Saturday Show Opens 1 P. M.
Nyoka and The Tiger Men No. 1
Shows 3:15-7-9 P. M.
: ROBERT ARMSTRONG
' Second Feature '
WILD BILL ELLIOTT
) i r ' y
Night 7-9 P. M. r ' ,
AND ELEANOR PARKER
S-iurday At WC" -JLj ; ,
(Percy Eyrom "and lZ,at r Hathews
attended the WiHisai and . "ary-Wake
Forest football game at ...am&urg,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkinson and
children of Richmond, Va and Mrs.
C J. Atkinson of Suffolk, Va., spent
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Eley. ' ' f ( , ; i ,
Sunday In Suffolk
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Eley and chil
dren spent Sunday , at. Suf&lk, Va.,
with relatives. ,
In Greenville ' ' '
Mrs. Tom Cox and daughter, Nell,
and Mrs. Louis Winslow of Belvi
dere spent last Friday in Greenville.
At Roanoke Rapids i !
Members of the Perquimans BP1W
Olub attending the 8th District ..all
meeting1 of the N. C' Federation of
Business and Professional Women's
Clubs in Roanoke Rapids, were: Mrs.
Lawrence Towe, District ? Director;
Miss Hulda Wood, Mrs. Joe .Nowell,
Mrs: T. T. Harrell, Miss Kate Blanch
ard, Mrs. Jack Burbage,' Mrs. Viola
D. Nachman, and Mrs. Archie T. Lane,
Sr.. . ' "
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. G. W. Barbee was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday night at her
home on Grubb Street. Those playing
were Mesdames T. L. Jessup, Charles
Johnson. C. R. Holmes, H. C. Stokes,
J. T. Biggers, C. M. Williford and
M. R. Campbell. , The high score
prize went to Mrs. Jessup. Refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
ENTERTAINS ABRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. V. N. Darden entertained her
bridge club Tuesday evening at her
home. ,Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames Charles Henc, J. O.
Felton, Charles Wihedlbee, W. G.
Wright, T. B. Sumner, B. G. Koonce,
Miss Thelma Elliott and Miss Kate
IBIanchard. The high . score prize
went to Mrs. Henc. A' sweet course
BAPTIST CIRCLES TO MEET
The Missionary Circles of the Bap
tist Church meet next week as fol
lows: The Vera Payne Circle will
meet Monday afternoon at 3 P. M., at
the church. The Artie Brateher Cir
cle will meet Monday night at 8 P.
M., with Mrs. E. A. Byrum. The
Inabelle Cpleman Circle will meet
Monday night at 8 P. M., at the home'
of Mrs. Carlton Cannon with Mrs. T.
T. r Harrell as hostess. The Mary
Ellen Dozier Grcle will meet Monday
night at ' 7.-30 P. M., at the home of
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wall meet Tuesday night at 8 P. 11.,
with iMSss Kotfoerine Rountree.
i HONOSSD AT EHQWEa .,
Mrs. Rax Harris, bride of last week,
was entertained by Mrs. Ernest Stal
lings and Mrs. watnan wauiews at I
misceuaneouf snowcr irmuay mgiT,
September 26, at the Winfal Com.
munity Building. . - t
The house was decorated with fall
flowere. The bride was presented a
corsage of red carnations. .
- Several games were enjoyed by the
guests with Mrs. Clifton Morgan win
ing jthe prize, which she presented to
the bride. v - ,
, The bride received , many lovely and
useful gifts which she opened and
;, Refreshments of ice cream, cake and
mints were served: ,
Those present and remembering the
bride with gifts were: Mesdames
Eula Mae ' Jordan, Edgar Riddkk,
Charlie Umphlett, Elwood Nowell,
Heywood Proctor, J. W. Nowell, Sal,
lie Baker, Walter Nowell, Harry Bar
ber, Efffie -Miller, E. IW. Miller, Char
lie Lane, Beulah Morgan,, Earl Hol
lowell, Shelton Morgan, Johnnie Lane,
Harold Copeland, H. M. Jamieson,
Julian .' Mathews, Howard Copeland,
Walter1 Humphlett, IPinky Trueblood,
Jessie Stanton, Howard Hurdle, Har.
rell Hurdle, Essie Benton, Claude
White, Lester Simpson. Harvey StaL-
lings, David Pike, J. E. Perry, Clifton
Morgan, Edna (White, Rex Jones, Mar
vin White, Bill Bagley, Leslie Greg
ory, Arthur Chdppell, Joel Hollowell,
Carl Godwin, Wendell Mathews, Dur
wood Barber, T. M. Stalllings, Rufus
Proctor, Laura iStallings, Claude Will
Hams, iFIoyd Mathews, J. B. Miller,
Hattie Stallings, Nathan Mathews,
Kenneth Miller, Clyde Layden, British
Ward, Chip Winslow, Toni White,
Johnnie Stallings, Toss White, W. 'F.
Morgan, Mamie Miller,, Emest Stal
lings, George Roach, David Truebloou
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HONORED AT iEIUDGS PARTY
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