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    trs rrr.aur mji:3 wrrrxy. izihtford. rereMOLWA.' Friday. fez-uay 22. 1:
Ad, laJ
Wek-nd In. Richmond 1 marriage of their -daughter Grace
.1
Mrs. Moody Mathews spent thelLorayne Jones to Otha Jvertoii
i V.'ilh Mothr - .' ;
L Yttlliam H. Hardcastle,
who is I stationed in
:c, Va., for several weeks,
.4 his mother,- Mrs. W. H.
'castle over, the week-end.
i Florida
r.' and Mis. l S. Yanlis of
the
Fla,, ; are spending : this
, img Mr;, Edwards in t
; . 1 4
m Wilmington
J. Oiapipbell Of Wilmih;4
n sfn(Jthe week-end visiting-i
Irs M.-:pi. Campbell, Mr.nd,
rs. pen,, a. -Avery .ana omer
latives.
Saturday At Jackson
Mr. and - Mrs. J. - H. Bagley
spent Saturday in' jacksort with
Mrs, Harry . Wuluord and son,
Richard. t
From Raleigh
Mrs. . Shelton White , .and
daughter from Raleigh spent the
week-end with Mrs. Rj h
Ilnowles. ' ' ' '
la. Gtorgia HoipUal ' ;'
Mrs. Aiice M. Owens, formerly
of Hertford, has been . admitted
to St' Joseph's Hospital in Au
gusta,' Ga., for observation : uid
treatment and a possible opera-
: V,-, ..VV t: . C'-'-r . ... v.. '
In Hospital
Mrs. , Francis Nixon is a pa
tient at the Chowan Hospital in
Edenton for 't observation, and
From WynewQod
, Mrs. F. . Stevenson of Wyne
wood, ; Pa., sper.t thu week-end
and sevpra&wsi fhis.w,eek wi$h
hr'jhtrij.iHoilowell, -
From Jfwnpton, ' '
. Mis' Joanna P. WilUfyrfl , and
Mis ue p.i White of Hampton,
ya.,J3 flpfcnt I the week-end . with
their' Respective parents. , I,
, J ( 1, i ( ' t
Sunday Guests . ...
Mr. and -Mrs. George Scott,
Mrs, Marvin Scott and Mrs. J. D
White of Elizabeth City visited
Mrs. T, E. Raper on Sunday.
From Elisabeth City
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Divers of
Elizabeth City spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Divers.
week-end jn Richmond, Ya.with
Miss Annie Blanchard. . .,
Week-end In Richmond
Mrs. D- F. Reed, Jr., " and
family spenUtbe .week-ertd with
relatives in Richmond, Va. ?
Sunday Guests ' ' ,
I Mrs. Cora warren and"5uy
Hill f Chocowinity visited Mrs.
W. F. Edwards on Sunday. , '
treatment.
a
" .'eek-tnd At Jlw Hni v .;
Mr. and Mrs, Efle . Haste, Jr,
and Mr? and Mfi Julian,, White,
Jr., spent the week-end at Nags
Head as, the guests of J. .Wws-
low, jr.. , 1;' ;' : '
Returned .Home ,;. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Towe spent
several . days this week in
Middletown, Del They were ac
companied there by Mrs. Cliff
Towe and children who had
spent two weeks here with Mr.
and Mrs. Towe and Mr. and Mrs.
Erie Haste, Sr.
Sunday Her
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carver and
son of Lynnhaven, Va,, visited
Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Divers and
Mr. and Mrs. Julian White on
Sunday, ,
Sunday At Newport . News
Mr. and , Mrs. CMf Banks and
two daughters spent Sunday with
Mr. and .jMxa. t Howard Williams
,at Ifewifprj.lSwa, Va., ( 1 ,
Returned Home
Mrs.J. R. Futrell has returned
home after visiting Mrs. G. G.
Dixon at Ayden jaste wek.
In Hospital
W.' F.-Edwards -was admitted
to ' the Albemarle ' Hospital last
week and -is getting along' fairly
Welt-';.;,,- tv:;
Returned Hme , '
Mrs. Esther fC.uUer of Arling
ton, va.j returned to her home
Sunday after spending last week
with Mrs. .W. F. Edwards.
Week-end Here
Sheriff and Mrs! Dave .Bar-
rington and son Dave of.Raeford
spent the week-end with Mrs.
Barrington's mother, Mrs. Ray-
mond Skinner and sister, Miss
syou skinner.
Week-end With Wife :
Howard Askew, USN i of Pa
tuxent River, Md., spent ' the
week-end here with his wife.
Elaine Askew.
Hospital Patient '
William (Bill) Boyce of Hert
ford is a patient at Duke Hos
pital of Durham for eye obser
vation and treatment.' ,-,
Wmslow, .JiV, 'son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wmslow, (Sr.,.- of ISehndere.
The -wedding will' take placQ
February at 7 o'clock in the
evening at the Pentecostal Holi
ness Church. 1
: iBRJDGLUB MEETS -yC ; ,
Mrs. ij. H. Newbold entertain-,tt j ,
V ', ( "-- 1 I
night at her J. home., on .' Front
Street. '" Those playing were Mes-
dames . A. Whitley, Tnm-WU-Son,vS.
P. Jessup, C. A. Daven-
No invitaUons are being sent,,,;,.; '4h 'chrn.r on nyrio
but friends and relatives of the-'T.MlM, niir tt,a hiPh r.nr.
couple are invited to attend, s. . . tn n wh-opv A
1 , .. . . :
Week-end tn Petersburg, v
MrS. 'j. 'e! ' Morris spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
George Clark and family - in
Petersburg, Va.
From Greensboro
Richard Chalk of Greensboro
spent one day last week with
Mrs. Annie Chalk and Miss (Lou
ise Chalk at their home on
Church Street.
From Norfolk;
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chappell
and family of Norfolk, yVa-j
spent the. week-end with iMrt
and Mrs. J. P. Chesson.
Week-end With Sitter
Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd N- Elliott
of Wilmington, N- C spent the
week-end with Mr. Elliott's Sis
ter, Mrs. Shelton Long of ,Rt. I,
Hertford.
Norfolk Visitor ' " 1 ' '
Miss Susan Hensley of Nor
folk, Va., spent the' Week-end
visiting her aunt and. uncle Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Winslow of Wiiw
fall.-
To Leave Saturday
Y. L. Brown, who is with the
firm of Higgerson-Buchanan, Inc.
of Norfolk, Va., and son .Robert
Brown with Diamond Construc
tion Company, will leave Satur
day for Chicago on a business
trip. While , there they will at
tend the Road Show which is
held every six years.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
Mt . .arid. .Mrs. Jack Jordan of
ElizaTbdtW TCJjty
engagement and approacl
' BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
, Mr. . and, Mrs. Norman Ray
Bass ,of Reeky Hock announce
the birth of a son. Gregory
Wayne. iborn Saturday, February
16, in ' the Chowan Hospital in
Edenton. Mrs. .Bass is the for-
mer Miss : xieilie i Rae Copeland
of Hertford. i . ,
BOOK CLUB MEETS
'. Mrs. J. E. Morris entertained
her Rook Club Thursday night
at her home on Front Street.
Those playing were Mesdames
Jack Kanoy, T. J.' Nixon, Jr.,'
Charles Whedbee, Anse White,
Walter Dail, D. F. Reed, Sr.,'
C. T. Skinner, Sr., Harry Hollo
well, G. R. Tucker, Julian White,'
Vf. J1, i Davis and Miss Ruby
White. The high score prize
went to Mrs. , Reed and low was'
awarded Mrs. Nixon. ; A sVeet
course was served, i , .
sweet course was served.
br 4HU5C!E CLUB MEE.TS .
. ':, :''.iV'f;4';-v :
Miss Thelma Elliott entertain
ed' her Bridge v Club Tuesday
night at her home. Those play
ing' were Mesdames V. N. Dar-
den', Nathan Relfe, Charles
WriedW, Don Norman, ; J. -J "S.
Vick, Misses Kate Blanchard,
Ruby1 '' White . a'nd" ' the hostess".
The Mgh score prize "went" to
Mrs. Whedbee. v A sweet course
was served.,' . -
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
s Mrs. Charles M- Williford was
hostess to her Bridge Club Tues
day night at her home. on'Dobb
Street. ' Those playing were Mes
dames W. G. Barbee, . Jack Ka
noy, H-' C.i Stokes, J. D.i Coston,
C. E. Johnson,' C. R. Holmes,
Miss Mary Sumner and the hos
tess. '?The high score prizewent
to Mrs. Holmes. A sweet course
was served.
' By EMJLY J VNS- WHITE
" ! - Repoiter - .k i
The 'Busy Bee 4-H Club met
at . the Belvidere Community
Building February . The vice
president, Klarole "White, ealld
the meeting to order, We rre,
peated . together the ' pledge of
allegiance and the 4-H pledge.
For deyition we. sang '.SAmerica".
Dianne Layden read John 6:1-13.
We all prayed together 'The
Lord's Prayer. '
Secretary Betty Gail Chappell
read the minutes and , the roll
was -called with. 24 present ' We
discussed having a new .program
chairman v every . three , months.
Joyce Copeland was to -have the
-prognam (for the.v next meeting.
We: had-four new, members.
Tot the program' we all read
together .Lincoln' Gettysburg
Address Daisy Griffin, ' Angela
Lane, ) Brend' Sawyer - and Sha
ron .Sawyer sang . 'The ' Battfe
Hymnof Republic.' Dawn Lane
was : pianist. VWe all , sang to
gether 'Let, Me Call You Sweet
heart". y. Louise 'Dale" was the
new song leader. - '
Thelma Riddick and Thelraa
Roeerson ,trav 9 a dpmiSmtra.
Won : on duties of our '441' offi-1 1
an
.our , hostess . Thelma JU
and Thelma Kidoick. t? . f.
- For recreation we played sev.
eral games. 'Then the meeting
was , adjourned. , .
THINKING DAY'
f T's JS it 't...hdayl, of -1
Jo: s ' of . . Eruting, v. .Scputs t and .
Guides ' celebrate tLis ; -day 1 in -memory'
of 'them, ' Thinking Day
eminds us of the friendship ,.
among 'Girlr Scouts, .nd .Ciri.
Guides. V On- this ttay m. 'it
it the movement send gree-gs .;
to follow members all over v the
world. ' i i' - '',.'.
February -22 is known -to-Girl
Scouts and Girl Guktes 11 over
the world as ' Thinking Day,'
- FRIDAV, SATURDAY: SHOWS FRIDAY 7:15-3:00 P. M.'.1
SHOWS SATURDAY 3:30-530-7;l6-K)O P. M. 7 1 l
77e Was Terkptation to a 1000 andQne Wome.nl
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SUNDAY JeONDAY: SHOWS SUNDAY 2:15; NITE :! , 1
: : ; MONDAY ONE SHOW ONLY 70 P M. ,
liight&Ktoes"
starring
leter Cushing and Yvonite Romain '
uerf,', . ,r , ; II . Admission: Adults 50c Children 25c, ? '
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