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    I Lon from f-ob-
' ) filing her son and
i-I--, Mi, .'and Mrs.
-n-Salera '
1 XIrs. J. Herman Ward
".en Joe and Anne and
1 Mrs. Ben Thompson and
-r Sally Bette from Win
oax arrived .Thursday to
J r. and Mrs. J. W Ward.
1 Kewport-Newi ,
j, and Mrs.; Bruce White of
. jrt NewS, Va., .spent the
;-end .with' 'Mr. and , Krs.
ywood Divers. ' . .
turned Home ' ,
7 Zr,: and Mrs. 'Marvin Simpson
.4 .family and Mr. and Mrs.,
"laude H. Simpson ' returned
ime Saturday ; from Wamega
a where they visited Mr. and
rs. Claude W. r Simpson and
-mily. i , - ' . ,
anday Gueats
; ; Mrs. J. T. McPherson, Judith,
Martha, Carliss, paren, John and
arbara of Elizabeth City; Mr.
id Mrs. John I Hampton,
. )onna and Sheree; Mr. and Mrs.
,ade Hampton . and Mark; Eris
"ure" of Virginia Beach; Mr. and
Mrs. A. I Eure of Roduco were
quests ' on Sunday of Mr. and
.Mrs. J. W. Hampton and Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Sawyer.
Sunday Her i 1
' Mrs.- Sylvia Winslow and Mrs.
. Joe Rogerson of Belvidere at
, tenedd the dedication services at
' the First Methodist Church Sun
day, -j' ' 1 ,
.eiurned Home
Mrs." Wilson Reed has retum
i to her home on Grubb Street
after spending, some' time with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. frank Joljy in' Green7
villet.
''Attending School ' J
Perry and Price Monds left
Sunday to attend ;the Methodist
College at Rocky Mount for four
weeks. .
From Henderson
' George' and Lib
Tucker
of
1 1 Henderson arrived Thursday to
spend "several days with 'their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
!" Tucker.
Visiting Grandmother '
S Little Claire Batts of Norfolk,
Va., is staying with her grand-
Vtnother, Mrs. Frank .Jessup.
Mrs. Batts underwent surgery at
the Portsmouth Nayal , Hospital
this week. ' i ..
In Hospital
' Mrs." I. A. Ward was admitted
f. jto the Albemarle Hospital Sun
, , j .(day for observation and treat--ment
' '
(. Sunday At Nags Head
I' '. - Dr. I. A. Ward. Mr. and Mrs.
Ward and family spent
i ,o""uupr miu jnuuuay ai nags
I V 5iead. 1 . " - - . . ''
Jn New York
t t- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davis left
Saturday for Clay, N. Y., where
'they ; attended the funeral of
j,;-,1 iMrs. Davis' brother-in-law, Bruce
i! Crans, on Monday.
81 rJarvis
Week-end Here
Mr.; and Mrs. . O. F. Johnson
Of Richmond, Va,, spent the
week-end 'with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Johnson at their home
near Hertford, -
Week-end Here
Miss Joanna P. Williford from
Virginia Beach spent the' week
end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Williford.
Hospital Patient
Mrs. Cecil Edward Winslow
was admitted to the Albemarle
Hospital Monday of, thl3 week
for observation and treatment.
( ' :.i of i..'
t a.. wi'Ja her
' '.xlcC. '-FpclL
't Z
to
J. ..
IJorris left Wed-
-n, v ). C., s, ant lw t ' .
i-her 'i, Hr. 8' I ).
liam 1 s on Route 1,
ford. . .
Visits In Washington"
noartnv tnr PrivhnrA whpr fihA
is visiting Mr. ' and 1 Mrs. JohntMiss Betty Overton spent sev-
Morris and family. . v " .era! days recently, in Washing
tqn, D. C, as the guest of Mies
Betty White. Miss Whiter who
is employed Dy tne Fla m
1
Miss Overton by plane on Sun
day. i v . , 'J '
Week-end Here .
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Stokes
and family from .Greenville Washmgton, returned home witl:
spent uie weeji-eiiu wnu , par.
and Mrs. Henry C. Stokea, Jr.
Returns Home
Mrs. Alethia White returned
home Sunday after spending
several months , with her chil
dren in Alexandria, Va., Richj
mond, Va., , and Portsmouth,
Va.
Week-end In Rocky Mount
,Dr. and Mrs. R.' L. Poston
spent the week-end in Rocky
Mount where they attended the
wedding of Dr.. Poston's sister,
Miss Emma Spencer. '
Returns Home
. Mrs. J. E. Boyce has returned
home after a 10-day visit with
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ju
lian Boyce in Homestead, Fla.
Mrs. Boyce .was .accompanied
home by her daughter-in-law
and grandchildren.
Sunday1 In Williamsfon
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burbage
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caravello
visited friends and : relatives in
Williamston- Sunday.
From Fayeiteville
Miss Patsy Moore of Fayette-
ville spent several days this
week with ; her grandmother,
Mrs Mary Moore.
, ' i
Visiting Friends
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caravello
and Miss Patsy Moore are
spending a few days in Monti-
cello, ,N. Y., and will attend the
graduation exercises at a high
school there where Misses Sha
ron : Stewart and Ruth Rein
shagan receive : their .diplomas.
They . will also visit relatives and
friends ' in - Philadelphia, Pa.,
and Cherry Hill, N. J. Accom
panying them as far as Wil
mington, Del., Mrs. Vera B. Bat-
ton will visit j her son and
daughter-in-law, ) Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Broughton and family. :
From Raleigh. ;
Tommy Sumner; .Miss Veda
Rhoades of Raleigh and Mrs.
Charles Ward from. Elizabeth
City spent , the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. T. B.' Sumner, ,
From Suffolk .
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Perry and
son, Scott of Suffolk, Va., spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Gregory. 1
Returned Home
, Mrs. Ike White' has returned
to her home after visiting her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd Collins at Red Springs,
Visiting Mother ' ' ;
' Mrs. Helen Simpson and
daughter,' Jackie, left June I
for New York where they board'
ed a SAS Douglas DC-8 Jet Lin
er for ; Ireland, where she will
spend 10 weeks with her mother,
Mrs. A. Neill, who lives in Hills.
borough Northern Ireland. While
in Ireland Helen and Jackie
plan to visit the Governor of
Ireland, the cities of Belfast,
Dublin, Glascow, . Scotland,
Wales, London and England.
They will board a Pan ; Ameri
can ' Jet : Liner in London . (pr
their return flight to New York
on August 14.
Nags Head Visitors
LMr. and Mrs; William . White
and family end. daughter,1 Miss
Betty White of Washington," D.
C, Miss Betty Overton of Hert
ford and , Grady Lawrence of
Washington D. C, .spent several
days last week at the Harris
cottage at Nags Head.' 'Miss
White and Mr. Lawrence return
ed to Washington on Sunday, ;, .
. .-. ; i I..-s. C
I. "rd, Va., spe t v ".
j'J .with Ur- alld 1"-a,c; .
y-
ZdtkUay Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Byrura
and two ; daughters of Norfolk,
Va., spent Sunday with Mrs. E.
A. Byrum. - ;
Visiting In Buffalo
Mr. and .Mrs. H. - C. Stokes,
Mrs.: T. L. ' Jessup .and Miss
Gladys Felton left Thursday for
Buffalo, N. Y., .where , they are
visiting Mr.' and Mrs., Karl
Wiedemann. . '
i rc-i r.- . ' ' -Mrs.
R. C. Glover and f
ly have fturneS. to f'-'r h
in Ralei: "i a." :r s:' -nJI a '
w,Ith Mr. and Mrs. Cht .les .
ray and 1'rs. Anse V"hle.
Returned i::se
. MrsW., H. Cole has returned
to her home in Pinehurst arter
spending 'several weeks with her
son-in-law and daughter, ' IZr.
and Mrs. ' J. T. Diggers.
I." 3. C .'
r ho ; '
.he lat'.j' r
ter spei; "
for obf t, ...
a
j' Anne Erinn is al
-er school at the University
' Carolina 1 for several
4 -
Beturneo Home
Week In Richmond
: Mr. and Mrs. W. E- Nelson and
children I Kathy and . Wallace,
spent last week in Richmond,
Va., visiting Mr: and Mrs. J. D.
Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sell Mpbley.
Return Home
"Mr. and Mrs. Claude Simpson,
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Simpson and family - have re
turned from a two-week trip to
the state of Kansas where they
visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Simpson,, Jr., and family.
Returned Home
Mrs. E. A. Byrum returned to
her home last Thursday after
visiting relatives .; in Norfolk,
Va. She was accompanied home
by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Byrum
who spent Thursday here.
THE ' OPENING OF ; T
Tynch's Seafood Market
, Located in the Cannon Store Building on Market Street '
' Now Open Under Management Of
PALMER TYNCH . . .
TO SERVE YOU COMPLETE LINE OF THE FRESHEST
SEAFOOD OBTAINABLE INCLUDING HSH. OYSTERS,
CRAB MEAT, SHRIMP. ETC. CALL US AT 426-7351.
'YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED"
Special This Week Porgies 25c lb.
Tynch's Seafood Market
PHONE 426-7351 HERTFORD. N. C.
5
Cwdd Extra Cash For VctoJion?
o. Yen Weed A Koiv AJcnto?
Clove Unexpected Expense
disrupted Your Budget?
DONT PANIC SEE US TODAY.
If you are steadily employed and of good report, you
' can obtain a signature loan from our installment loan
department You will have ample time to repay your
. ; loan in convenient monthly payments.- For example:
To obtain $100.00 you pay $9.12 per month
To obtain $200.00, you pay $18.26 per month
To obtain $300.00, you pay $27.41 per monjh
- This will give you the cash amounts shown above, with
all charges (including life insurance) prepaid. . By pay
ing these small monthly payments, your loan will be
fully repaid in just one year. ' . .
.WZZSER F.DXG ..' ;
iieiitfoud, n. c , ;
Mrs. D. F. Reed, Sr.," has re
turned to :her home from the
Albemarle . Hospital - where she
went for observation-' and treat
ment. - ' , - . ' ' ;.
Returned Home ' ' i
Mrs. J. D. Cos ton returned . to
her home .Sunday ' after spend
ing several days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1 Mat
tocks at Maysville. ,'
Pll ESCu lEeXIJOJIv
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Phone 426-5527 Hertford, N. C.
OPEN SUNDAY? 8 TIL U O'CLOCK A? M.; 2 TIL 5 P. M. '
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY EACH WEEK 8 A. M- .TIL 7 P. M.
SATURDAY 1A.M. TIL 9 P.M. ' . ' -1"
FRIDAY-;
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SHOWS SAlw.DAY 4..J.'
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starrinsr Rif herd Burton,5 Jean Sin:
SUNDAY-MONDAY: SHOWS SUNDAY 2:l5-4:05j NITE 9:00'
- MONDAY ONE SHOW ONLY 7;30 P. M. , ,
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- - Douglas and Terence Stamp in ' .
THY CO"
"LET.S GO TO THE MOVIE"
Admission: Adults 50c-Cliildren 25c
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