nn: FET.arrn.uiK3 v.t2XY. ktsttohd. roimr Carolina, Friday. rrrrv.vr.Y g. i::3.
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.' .1 herson of Elizabeth
t several days last week
r grandparents, Mr. and
. W. Hampton,
i upon .
er Lee Madre, son of
- -vd Mrs! garner j Madre,
went an operation at the
-arte Ho$pitA ffciaweek. -
Archie T. Lue, Sr.,- and
, Lane left Tuesday for Ra
h where the General Assem
r ' opened. Mr. and Mrs. Lane
.1, stay at thet&rWalter (Ra
sh Hotel whUettJi
j We Have
There's No Finer Candy
Lear Foe Florida
Mr. and Mrs. C E, Winslow
left Thursday for Pensacola, Fla.,
where they will visit their son-in-law
and daughter, Captain and
Mrs. Richard S. . Hoskins and
Returned Horn :, .r
Mrs. J. H. New-bold has , re
turned to her 'home after spend
ing several weeks with her son-in-law
and daughter," Command
er and Mrs. Edward Griffin at
Toms River, N- J. - -- '
Sunday Guests . -tiT ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Eure of
Eure spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hampton. '
Week-end At Roxboro
Miss Anne Brinn returned to
Chapel Hill Saturday after
spending several days with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs." T. P.
Brinn. She was accompanied
there by Mrs. Brinn who spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Clayton at Roxboro.
Week-end At Middletown
. Mr. and Mrs. Erie Haste, Sr.,
spent the week-end with,
and Mrs. Cliff Towe at Middle;
town, Del. They were accomr
panied home Sunday1 "by : Mrs.
Towe and children, who, ite visifc-
ing tnetn, i'aisfl lfir,,; ana mrs.
J. H. Towe-- ' ' H '
Week-end In-Greenville .
Doug Hastens an ;Wiater Eo
wnrrk .ir, KDent, the i Skeak-end
irt' Greenville1 with 'Mr.' 'and Mrs.
Attended .Wtfdding I r.
Mr. ana Mrs. j. a. lowe, sr.,
attended the Cook-Beale wed
ding in Ahoskie on Sunday.
Saturday In Elizabeth City
( Mrs, Archie Lane, Sr., and
Mrs. Nathan Relfe visited Mrs.
Cecil Garrett in Elizabeth -City
Sunday In Greenville
Mr., and Mrs. Walter Edwards
and Mrs. H. A. Whitley visited
Mr. and1 Mrs Jack Edwards in
Greenville i Sunday. ;,,, i i
Mrs-. IV Jiffloener has-.return-ed
to her home in St, Peters
burg, ;,la.(i after visiting, her
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
andj.M1?- (lHaifion,) Sindel.j','
Sunday In WUliasrulon ...
' Mrs. . J. S. Vick spent Sunday
in Williamston with Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Thrower- ,
Mrs. G. R. Tucker, is spending
a few days this weejt with pr.
and Mrs. G. R. Tucker and fami
ly in Henderson." 1
T. T. Harrell has returned to
his home near Hertford after
spending a few days in a Nor
folk hospital and visiting nis
daughter in Norfolk, Va.. i
From Raleigh :...'': '
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harring
ton of Raleigh spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. H. C
Stokes. . ' ! .
From Tarboro '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bright and
son Billy of Tarboro visited
Philip Jackson at the Albemarle
Hospital and Mrs. . Jackson.
Attend Business Meeting ,
Miss Helene Nixon and George
Bellmon attended a business
meeting two days last week in
Miss Suzanne Towe of Rich
mond, Va., spent the week-end
with her' parents, Mr. ''and Mrs.
J. H. Towe.
Returned From Hospital -
Guy Newby, Sr.,' ' returned
from the Chowan ' Hospital last
week after undergoing an opera
tion and is getting along nicely.
In Hospital - . v '
Philip Jackson was admitted
to the Albemarle Hospital last
week for observation and treat
Miss Mary Ann Roberson and
a friend from Atlantic Christian
College in Wilson' spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Joanna Williford and
Miss Sue White of Hampton,
Va., spent the week-end ; with
their respective parents.
Scott Perry returned . to his
home in Suffolk, Va., on Sun
day:,' after Spending , last week
witbj his grandparents,-, Mr. and
MrsJ; Noah Gregory.
Sunday In Suffolk
Mrs. Clinton Eley and Miss
Ethel i Nixon .visited relatives in
Suffolk, Va., on, Sunday.
VI:itc3ton Newer ;
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winslow
and Mrs. Lynwood Winslow at
tended ; CJuarterly Meeting ,at
Bethel,, near Franklin, Va.,' pn
Saturday.' On Sunday the ReV
Hershel Hill, Archie Riddick and
Aivah ''Winslow were in attend
ance. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winslow
were dinner guests on Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Lee
Winslow and family of Ryland.
Ernest White is Still at Leigh
Memorial Hospital, Norfolk, Va.,
but is .much improved.
Mrs. Senie Baker remains on
the sick list.
- The Men and Women's Classes
held their class meeting on Mon
day night at the church. Eleven
members were present. Mrs.
Hershel Hill Save the lesson and
Mrs. Arba Winslow the devotion.
Tuesday night there , was, " a
"covered dish supper," by the
Home Demonstration club fami
lies and some invited guests at
the community house. . t v
RURAL DEVELOPMENT .'. -j
GROUP HOLDS MEETING
. Rural Community Develop
ment of Pool's Grove and Chap
anoke met Wednesday night at
the Pool's Grove Community
Building with the vice chair
man, Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, presiding.
;The committee on youth, home
improvement , and f community . ZZ'LVIZZ
projects' made; their reports with
we remaining , rtjporis w oe
made next mpnth. , J - .
K; A. Williams, agriculture in
structor V Perquimans Union
School, explained the duties of
(he different 'committees and
chairmen. 'He also stated how
important It was : to have the
youth present and . gave ' the
goals frr 1963. Williams stated
the ways to swell the treasury.
to raise cucumbers or sweet po
tatoes : or some other vegetables
to have money when needed.
After the meeting the members
furnished a sugar boil,
ON FAR EASTERN CRUISE
Benjamin ; E. Owens, firemen,
CSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Owens of Route 1, Hertford, is
serving aboard the- attack air
craft carrier USS Ranger, which
recently visited Cubi Point, Re
public of the Philippines.
The Ranger visited the" Naval
Air Station January 6 , during
her current Far Eastern' cruise
as part of the Seventh Fleet.
This is the super-carrier's fourth
tour of duty in the Western
. Earlier In her current . cruise
the Ranger visited Yokosuka,
T tion; will be present to 'assist n
A:"IAT "I . ZZIZ I 3. ll Ithe meeting.
The BelviJjre Community De-1 ' '' 1 1
velopment Association will meet ? JaTEb -TO pHIDC, Cf-La
in the Bclvidere Community ss Mary Sumqer was hostess
House Monday, February i'l,, at io. er bridge club Tuesday night
7:an P. M. ; Officers for ' home on Church Street
will be' elected and plans made Th?8"8, Paying were Mesdames C.
M. Williford." G. W. Barbee. J. T.
Harold White, past president, alBlPSer D- poston, c. E. John-Droeram-
will be, nresented. de-.son' c- - Holmes, ft G. Stokes
signed to furnish information to;
the' community "concerning recent
and ;T. J?SfJp. The high
pwe went to Mrs. Wilhfor
salad course "was served.'
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i As civilization advances, poet
ry almost ' necessarily declines.
T. B. Macauley.
legislation prpviiiig for .'maxi
mum development and utilization
of : the: natural,; and human re
sources of small towns and . jural
a,reas. ,r .'- -'
1 Mrs, jlla Grey White and Don
Norman, Extension Service ad-i
yisors for the Belvidere Asocia-
Unwise eatins or drinking my be
sonro ol mild, ut annoying bladder trri-.
tatfoiu making you (eel restleea, tenia, ;
and uncomfortable. And if reatlesa nighta,
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train or emotional upset, an adding to .
your misery don't wait try Doan'a Fills.
Doan'a Pills act S ways for speedy re.
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wonderfully mild diuretic action thru the
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h IK milM of kidnev tubes. 80. Bet the
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I 5M Greenway Ave. 1
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20 Iriarwaod lan.
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Collect the aumbera enNI you hove 'lMI"'sr IMS." Brief ' '
f cetni to year Colonial Manager for checking and win genuine -Silver
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