Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Sumner, Jr. IN HENDERSON Mrs. T.P. Brinn is spending some time in Henderson with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. W.B. Tucker. MISS. GUESTS Mrs. Cecil ' Harrington and children of Corinth, Miss, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Stokes. THANKSGIVING DAY IN VA. Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Dozier and daughter, Dawn, spent Thanksgiving Day in Newport News, Va. with Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Toney, HI, and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.P. Toney, Jr. HOLIDAY GUEST Mr. and Mrs. T.P. Byrum were Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Baker ; in Lewiston. VISIT IN CURRITUCK Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Davis visited relatives in Currituck on Saturday. RALEIGH GUEST T.B. Sumner, Jr. of Raleigh was an overnite guest of his mother, Mrs. T.B. Sumner, Sr., on Friday. 1 FROM WILLI AMSTON H Charles Godwin, Jr, of Williamston was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon winslow and Miss Thelma Elliott on Sunday and was accompanied home by Mrs. Godwin, who had spent the week-end here. ' FROM E. CITY Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Winslow, Jr. and family of Elizabeth City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Winslow, , Sr. on Thanksgiving Day. , FROM LEWISTON Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Baker, Jr. and family of Lewiston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Baker, Sr. on Friday. N.J. GUESTS Mrs. Tim Tepper and children of Butler, N.J. spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Z A Hsnris HOLIDAY IN NORFOLK Mrs. Singleton Lane spent Thanksgiving Day in Norfolk, Va. with Mr. and Mrs. W. Reynolds. TAYLOR THEATRE . WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, DEC. 1-2 -RATING DOUBLE FEATURE "PLANET OF THE APES" -AND- "BENEATH THE PLANET OF THE APES" Rating (G) 7 DAYS-FRIDAY, DEC. 3 THRU THURSDAY, DEC. 9 - RATING (GP) Just a person who protects children and other living things ,T0M LAUGHLIN DELORES TAYLOR . I tOffllUKUR' KAi HilP STARTS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10th (R) "SUMMER OF 42" VA. GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox of Virginia Beach, Va. were guests of Mrs. Mary Moore on Thanksgiving Day. FROM MD. Mr. and Mrs. Julian White, Jr. and daughter, Joannie, of Forest Hills, Md. were Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian White, Sr.'. -., FROM CHARLOTTE Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hunter and family of Charlotte were Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bass, J.E. Hunter, and Miss Jo Hunter. FROM DURHAM Dr. and Mrs. H.B. Matthews, Jr. and son, Rock, of Durham were Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Matthews, Sr. MD. GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker of Gaithersburg, Md. have returned home after spending a few days with Mrs. Baker's grandmother, Mrs. Singleton Lane. FROM VA. BEACH Miss Sue White of Virginia Beach, Va. spent the Holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Card Of Thanks The family of Othus James Boyce wishes to express their heartfelt thanks and grateful appreciation for each ex pression of sympathy shown them during their recent bereavement. The Boyce Family Card Of Thanks We would like to express our most sincere appreciation to our many friends and relatives, who were so very kind to us during the brief illness, and the death of our beloved husband and father. Your visits, calls, flowers and cards gave our family much comfort. The nice food which was sent was so greatly ap preciated. To Dr. Bond, Dr. Hardin and all the staff at Chowan Hospital let us say. Thank You. Your quick action and unending concern meant so much. Also our thanks to the Perquimans County Rescue Squad. Mrs. JarvisD. Winslow and Children It raafro falFf inn fiirimiil I SEE US FOR THE BEST THANKSGIVING DEAL IN TOWN! V ar . .vivKiv ::;:::: mm mm mm.'ry-:y-:-vy-:-y-:-:-mm------ QUALITY APPLIANCES BTfEP' UP .TO ! . . HHhoriL mm mm STEP UP TO I lotp-OxnJb EASIEST COOKING Self-clean oven cleans itself auto matically, electrically Self clean costs only about 8 per cleaning. 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FROM DURHAM Greg Beck of Durham spent The Perquimans Weekly, Hertford, N. C, Thursday, December 2, 1971-raft 8 the Holidays with Mrs. and Mrs. W.F. Tarkenton. FROM MD. Miss Aileen Beck oTRaleigh spent the Holidays with Mrand Mrs. W.F. Tarkenton. J- iAfifXttkeinto MBM THE GIFT THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY! iff' -aW--"' VOl & 100 Solid State AccuColor. Circuitry Designed for Extended Life! i - s nm hi j. i .... , r : ... 25" diafonil picture RCA's XL-100 eliminates a major cause of TV repairs. Chassis tubes are replaced by solid state circuitry designed to perform longer with fewer repairs. RCA's automatic tuning system features AccuMatic that locks color and tint within a normal range. Modernize wfth AUTOMATIC LP-Gco cpplbncco! " Space heatera Hfriirtor washers Dryer inclneratera Atyour ttt Otlllt Dtalirt REED OIL CO. DIAL 426-5458 HERTFORD, N.C (m mum mm mt mm mm iw mm amw w models for every taste and every budget! 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