TS frt-HQuZriAKS Vn-EKLY. KZaTFCSD. KCI.TII CAROLINA. fRISAt. JAS'JARY 17, 1958.:
"r. and Mrs. Garland Stanton
. 1 daughter of Portsmouth, Va.,
: re spending this week with Mrs.
Carlton Cannon and other rela
t.ves. - '
dT(A-iypOT ;; Mi , .
,. 1 Irs. Melvin Wright, Mrs. J. E.
EVrett and Mrs,iW. f. KanOy,, Jr.
vi&Xed Mr. and Mrs. C. T. White
at JStoper Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thrower of
Littleton visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Vlck Sunday. .
Returned Horn , ' - ml -t """T." ' ' ' :, ' w...wW,. i
.,,e. a. Goodman returned home ; ChristiahiWorkersi School 'Teachers ' J
pital and is getting along nicely,
: Mr. li?Mts. Riilpri 8assef nd
children of Kenansville spent the
week-end with' Mr. and Mrs. Pres
In Chowan Hospital
Cecil White was admitted to
the.'' Chowan Hospital last week
for observation and treatment.
Returned Homt . .
'Mrs. Carrie Harnlin has return
ed, to her home at Beaufort after
visiting Mrs. I. A. White,
From Falls Church
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Cowan
. and daughter, Debbie of Falls
Church, Va., spenf ,fhe week-end
'- with Mrs. 1. A. White.,'
la -Florida Ji ,
,!i?he Rev. and Mrs. Paul Shultz
letf Wednesday. for a .two-week
vacation in Florida.
': Mrs. Frank Jessup is expected
. to.-return home the latter part of
tj)is week after visiting relatives
' C. G. Stephens was admitted to
'the Albemarle Hospital on Fri
day for observation and treat
ment. ; Returned Horn
George Clark of Pulaski, Va.,
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Morris and was accom
panied home Sunday by his wife
and sons who have . spent several
weeks here. ' ' , ' ,
Returned To California '
Miss Virginia Tucker has re
turned to her home in Santa
Monica, Calif., after spending sev
eral weeks with her mother Mfg.
Mrs. Beverly Tucker returned
to her home Sunday from Twin
Falls, Idaho where she spent sev
eral weeks with her son-in-law
and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Inman
:' and family of Norfolk, Va., spent
the week-end with. Mrs. Tom
-Skipsey'and visited ' G. Ste
- Jhens ,a$ the Albemafje Hospital
Returned Home . ;
J. R. Futrell returned home
Wedne?duy frorti the UTorflH GeW-jl
eral Hospital where he spent sev-eraljdayB-i
J ,t, j . .
Mrs. R..L. Krto;les;h$s Jeturnf
ed 'home after) ! spending several
weeks' with' "her s6f5-in-law and
daughter, Mr. .and Mrs. Sh;lton
White 'in R'alelgV" " '
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mattocks of
Rocky Mount and Gregory Wal
cott from Hollywood, Calif., spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
To Visit Daughter
Mrs. J. S. Vick will leave Sat
urday to spend several weeks in
Jacksonville, Fla., with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mi s.
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. ' J. O Felton entertained
her bridge club Tuesday night at
her home. Those playing were
Mesdames V. N. Darden, T. B.
Sumner, B. G. Koonce, W. G.
Wright, Charles? Whedbee, ' Miss
Kate Blanchard and Miss Thelma
Elliott. The high score prize
went to Mrs. Sumner. A sweet
course was served. '
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HOSTESS TO BRIDGE pLUB
Miss Mary Sumner was hostess
t;hr bridge cub Tuesday night
at her, home son Church Street.
muse placing were iviHsuains
M. Willifor'd,- T. L. Jessup, C. E
Johnson,; J, D. Coston, J. T. Big-
gers, H. C. Stokes, C. R. Holmes
and Miss Ruby White. The high
score prize went to Mrs. Holmes.
A sweet course was served.
ROOK CLUB MEETS
Mrs. Julian White entertained
her Rook Club Friday night at her
home on Market Street. Those
Dlaying were Mesdames C. T.
Skinner, J. H. Towe, Harrv Hol-
lowell, Archie Lane, Sr., Oscar
Newbold, D. F. Reed, Sr., G. R.
Tucker, Carlton Cannon, Anse
Whitev Miss Thelma Elliott, Miss
Returned Home ' ' ' 1 Ruby White and Miss Mary :aum-
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fitch, ac- nor. The hieh score prize went
companied. by Mr. and Mrs. B.
Powell and family of Norfolk, Va.',
have returned home, after, a 10
day visit in Florida.
to Mrs. White and low was
awarded Mrs. Hollowell. Refresh
ments were, served by the hos
tess.' ' ' ' ' -
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teach the course. She was train
ed i or: ithip. study; tfthe- North
Carolina Conference- School.,.
Missions at Duke University in
August. , 1
" The other Woman Societies and
Guilds in the Perquimans-Chowan
Sub-district have been invited to
share this study. Anyone else in
terested in the study is invited to
Above is pictured two of 'the teachers who will participate in
the Christian Workers School for Methodists in. Chowan and
Perquimans Counties. The school will be. held in ihe Hertford
Methodist Church January 26. 27 and 28. The above teachers
are, left, Mrs. V. E. Queen and right, Mrs. H. R. Odum.
TO STUDY JAPAN
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the Hertford
Methodist Church will begin its
study of Japan on Sunday night,
January 19th at 7:30 o'clock, with
the showing of a film strip "From
the Church at Nishio." -VThe sec
ond session of this study will be
held Monday night,; Jandiary- 20,
l at 8 o'clock. At this time the
dates for the other two sessions
will be announced. Plans for the
final session include a supper of
Japanese foods and a play entitled
"Between Yesterday and Tomor
row." This play, which tells of
a Christian family in Japan, will
be put on by the Methodist Youth
Fellowship of the Hertford
Mrs. J. L. Harris will
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. J. H.i Newbold was hosr
tess to her' bridge club Friday
night at her' ; home on . ,Frpnt
Street. Those playing were Mes
dames H. A. Whitley, Trim Wil
son, J. R. .Futrell, C. A, Daven
port, S. P. Jessup, C. R. Holmes,
Clyde McCallum and Miss Ruth
Schroeder. The high score prize
went to ' Mrs. -Wilson: Refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
Central PTA Will
Meet Next Monday
The PTA of Central Grammar
School will meet "next Monday
night, January 20, ' at 7:30
o'clock in the auditorium of the
school. Mrs. Thelma Rogerson
of Belvidere community will be
in charge of the program, the
subject of which will be "For
the Future We Build."- The pub
lic is invited to attend.
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