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TALK Mrs. P. A. Cook spent the week end in Norfolk. Mrs. J. T. Griffin, Mrs. E. T. Blowe and Frank Lee spent Friday in Richmond with Wal ter Blowe who is quite ill. Miss Sara Elizabeth Jenkins has returned to Four Oakes, where she will teach this year. Miss Ella Brown spent the week-end in Rosemary. Miss Margaret Dunning has re turned to N. C. C. W. in Greens boro. Miss Edith Bobbitt spent the week-end in Littleton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons, Mrs. George Outland, and Miss Rena Outland, spent Sunday in Conway. Dr. Bahnson Weathers and J. B. Boyd, spent Sunday in Rich mond. Mrs. Aurora Pruden of Hick ory is the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. P. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons of Hope well were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nixon last Sunday. R. P. Smith of Raleigh spent the week-end here with his fam ily. Miss Pearl Armstrong and Mrs. Glenn Gurley have returned from a visit to their mothers in Nor folk. Mrs. H. M. Hudson spent the week-end in Norfolk, Va., visit ing Mrs. J. W. Gibson and Mur rel Hudson. Mesdames Ida Rook, Hugh Rook and daughter Margaret i Anne, Misses Eugenia Rook, Ben nie Allsbrook and Bruce Rook spent Sunday in Rich Square with Mrs. Lloyd Braswell. John Glover spent Wednesday in Raleigh. Miss Pearl Armstrong spent Sunday in Thelma with friends. Mesdames E. R. Kidd, Joe Williams, Miss Bernice Hitchins visited in Rocky Mount Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Rice left Honday for Richmond, Va., to visit her brother who is very ill. Mrs. E. C. Padgett spent the week-end in Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harlowe are visiting relatives in Maysville. Mr. Hopkins of Williamston visited Miss Cleo Gums, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norwood and daughter Charlotte Anne, Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Wall,, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wall and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jakke Norwood and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pope, Mr. and Mrs. David Balmer attended the birth day dinner given Mrs. Rebecca Moore in honor of her 80th birth day Sunday. Electric Chair Looms for Her Convicted of the murder of her crippled handyman, Eva Coo, above, middle-aged Coop erstown, N. Y., roadhouse pro prietress, faces the electric chair at Sing Sing. The victim was slain for his insurance, the state contended, by being run over repeatedly with an auto mobile. I ‘Mystery Man’ In Arms Probe The munitions-selling activi ties of Europe’s “man of mys tery,” Sir Basil Zaharofl, above, igain came to light during the Senate’s munitions investiga tion, when it was revealed that, under a submarine-building ar tangement between American ind British companies, large turns have been paid over a long period to Sir Basil. The im mensely wealthy 85-year-old su persalesman lives in seclusion in Paris. Spend Your Week-End - at the SEASHORE $l#25Round Trip $1.25 —TO— Norfolk - Portsmouth Tickets Sold Each FRIDAY and SATURDAY Also SUNDAY MORNING Returning Monday Seaboard Air Line Railway HALIFAX Mrs. Elizabeth Stedman Boyd and Mrs. ames Harris are in Gainsville, Flo., this week. Mr. and Mrs Walter Avent, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Avent, Misses Edith Avent and Mary Louise Saunders of Red Oak spent Sun day in Norfolk. Miss Effie Avent returned home with the family. Msis Mary Virginia Jenkins of Roanoke Rapids was the week end guest of Miss Lucy James Butts. Miss Sadie Neale has return ed to Raleigh, fater a few days visit here. Mr. James Harris, Dot Camp bell, Don Campbell and Mrs. Ruth Coppedge spent Sunday in Nor - folk viewing the U. S. fleet. Msis Ida Show Applewhite re - turned to Duke University Wed - nesday. Miss Sara Dickens is the guest of relatives at Whitakers. Miss Helen Brown of Roanoke Rapids has accepted a position with the Halifax Dry Goods Co. Mr. Quinten Gregory nad sons Quent, Jr., and Haynes are spend ing this week at the Century of Progress Fair at Chicago. Mrs. W. J. Dauglas of Ashe - ville is the guest of her son, Rev. W. C. Wilson. Mrs. F. H. Gregory and daught er, Agnes, spent Saturday at Airlie. Mrs. Grayson Dcikens spent Sunday in Norfolk. Joe Strickland has opened up the Roanoke Filling Station. A new grocery store opened its doors for business Monday with Robert Dickens as manager. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh House have bought the lovely brick Colonial home of the late Ed Travis, Jr. The “Wilsons” spent Tuesday at Warren Plains. Mr. and Mrs. Clayborne Bass spent Tuesday in Richmond with relatives. The WALRUS sports beach pajamas It would be a hard matter to convince anybody of the truth of the above. Bht no one needs to be convinced of the fact that: Are your car’s lights adjusted to throw a beam well ahead — so that yod get Real Visibility when driving at night? 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