North Carolina Newspapers

    PS 2-Th Perquimans Weekly, Hertford, N. C, Thursday, May 11, 1972
Announce Engagement
WINSTON-SALF.M GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hauser
and sons of Winston-Salem were
Mrs Charles Skinner, Jr.
RETURN HOME
Mr. and Mrs. J.H.Ward have
returned home from a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ward in
Winston-Salem.
Nixon's Moscow trip is
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week-end guests of Mr
announced for May 22.
' Hampton guest
Mrs. Nate Going of Hampton,
Va. was a guest of Mrs. J.E.
a Everett on Sunday.
"WEEK-END HERE
, ., , Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kirby
Xand R.b; Kirby of Norfolk, Va.
'; spept the week-end here.
-'RETURNS HOME
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u ivus. i.d. sumner nas
returned home from Raleigh,
whereshe was a guest of her son
.; ' and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
. .Mrs. T.B. Sumner, Jr.
, CHARLOTTE GUESTS
.., Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Taylor
s'6f Charlotte were week-end
vjuests of Mr. and Mrs. H.C.
'.SUllivan.
;' IN HOSPITAL
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose H.
Chappell are patients in
j'Chowan Hospital. Both have
buffered hip fractures.
IN HOSPITAL
Hilton White is a patient in the
Albemarle Hospital.
WEEK-END IN GARNER
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Britt
spent the week-end in Garner
and attended the wedding of
Mrs. Britt's nephew, Lt. Craton
Stephens.
FROM WINSTON-SALEM
Price Monds of Winston
Salem spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.S.
Monds.
DURHAM GUEST
Carfyle White of Durham was
an overrate guest of his grand
mother. Mrs. T.S. White, on
Monday.
WEEK-END IN GREENVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stallings
spent the week-end in Green
ville with their son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
John Stallings.
FROM E. CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Parker Chesson
and family of Elizabeth City
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Chesson on Sunday.
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MAKE A NOTE!
Dixie Auto Supply
has moved to their
new location on U.S.
Bypass South of
Hertford.
DIXIE AUTO SUPPLY
U.S. 17 BY PASS SO.
PRE SCHOOL CLINIC FOR
HERTFORD GRAMMAR SCHOOL
MAY 12 FROM 3:00 - 5:00
and
MAY 13d FROM
11:001:30
Pre school clinic will be held at Hertford Grammar
School on Friday, May 12 (3:00-5:00) and Satur
day, May 13 (11 :00-1 :30). You may come any
time during these hours. Please bring BIRTH CER
THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Appreciates the interest and help given by lo
cal interested citizens in helping to make the
celebration of the 300th Anniversary of or
ganized religion in North Carolina a success.
THE PERQUIMANS COUNTY
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Modernize with
AUTOMATIC
LP-Gas
iances!
appl
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Ranges, hot water heaters, space p '
neaters, rerngerators, wasners, j
dryers, incinerators all offer new
,-ititomatic features for easier liv-
king. And you're sure to find the
size price that's, right for
ryou-
I At your fSSOtant Dealer's
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REED OIL CO.
VA. BEACH GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyce of
Virginia Beach. Va. and their
granddaughter. Miss Linda Jo
Simmers of Perryville, Md..
were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Winslow. Mrs.
Annie White, and Mrs. William
Boyce.
MD. GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Buel Carson and
son. Steve, of Frederick, Md.
were week-end guests of Mrs.
Maude Lane.
E. CITY GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Morris of
Elizabeth City were guests of
Mrs. Mary Moore at Morgan's
Rest Home on Sunday.
WEEK-END HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ward
and family of Winston-Salem
were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J.W. Ward.
HOLIDAY GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. T.S. White. .Jr.
and Miss Mary White of
Durham will spend Mother's
Day week-end with Mr. White's
mother. Mrs. White. Sr.
MICH. GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mat
1 thews of Detroit, Mich, were
guests of Mrs. Maude Godwin
last week.
FROM FAYETTEVILLE
; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White of
Fayetteville were week-end
guests of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin White, in Belvidere.
NORFOLK GUESTS
Mrs. D.A. Carver and
daughter. Angela, of Norfolk.
'Va. were week-end guests of
Mrs. W.M. Divers.
WEEK-END IN ASHEBORO
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy White
spent the week-end in Asheboro
with Mr. and Mrs. John Vernon
Winslow and daughter, Kim
berley Anne. While there they
toured Puegotory Mountain, the
site chosen for the Zoological
Park of Nerth Carolina.
UNC STUDENTS HOME FOR
SUMMER
UNC students, who are home
for the summer are Walter
Edwards. Jr. Michael Miller,
Doug Haskett, Jim White.
Wayne Riddick, Brant Murray,
Johnny Caddy, and Archie
Blanchard.
DURHAM GUESTS
Mr. arJ Mrs. W.L. Mc
Clamtoch of Durham were
week-end guests of V.N. Dar
den. FROM WOODLAND
Mrs, Anna Parker and Miss
Mary Outland of Woodland
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J.W. Ward on Sunday.
FROM WILLIAMSBURG
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Corwin of
Williamsburg, Va. spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs.
Azalea Winslow, and attended
the Tercentenary Celebration of
the First Religious Service held
in the State of North Carolina.
KICKS
LAUINDKY
CLEAINERS
SERVING
HERTFORD
AND , j
' Perquimans County
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
BILL CRUMMEY, Routemao
Truck Radio Dispatched
PHONE EDENTON
482-2148
HERTFORD, N. C.-DUL 426-5458
TAYLOR
THEATRE
. Edenton, N. C.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
May 11-12-13-Rating (GP)
PAT BOONE as
Rev. David Wilkerson in
"The Cross and
The Switchblade"
Sunday, Monday & Tuesday
May 14-15-16Rating (R)
They taught more than they
learned. Ball after ball after
ball.
"The Class of 74"
COMING FOR SEVEN DAYS
Wednesday, May 17 thru
Tuesday, May 23
CECIL B. DeMILLE'S
, "The Jen
Commandments"
Evenings 8:00 p.m.-Saturdsy
and Sunday Matinees Z:45
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Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L. Sutton
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Pamela Jean, to
James Robert Barnes, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin P. Barnes
of Fremont, N.C.
Miss Sutton will graduate in
June from the College of The
Albemarle with Associate Arts
Degree in
ministration.
Mr. Barnes attended College
of the Albemarle for two years.
He will complete his education
at UNC-Wilmington.
An August 13 wedding is
planned.
Card Of Thanks
Commander Lloyd Stalling of
Post 126, American Legion
wishes to thank each and every
individual or business who gave
donations to the recent Bar-B-Que
Chicken benefit supper.
Card Of Thanks
We would like to thank the
Hertford Fire Department in
answer to our recent call.
Thanks to the efficiency of the
department our damage was
light. Also we would like to
thank the Perquimans County
Rescue Squad for their
assistance.
Mrs. Osie Cooper
and family
In Memoriam
In memory of
Archie E. Layden who passed
away May 11, 1963.
May brings sad memories of a
loved one gone to rest
You will never be forgotten by
the ones who loved you best
We think of you in silence and
none can see me weep
But many a silent tear is shed
when others are asleep.
Loving Wife
Loyal
. A conceited person has
one good point. He doesn't
talk about other people.
-Grit.-
Mother's heart will always go out to gifts of flowers.
Tell us her very favorite flower and we'll make it up
her very favorite way in a special bouquet ... a lav
ish centerpiece ... a lovely corsage. Let flowers be
the fragrant messengers of your love on her day.
DOZIER'S FLORIST
Call Us Today! - We Deliver Promptly!
HARRIS SHOPPING CENTER
Phone 426-5721 Hertford, N. C.
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