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Social and (pcMonal
* Edited by Hillie Saunders Smith
Engagement Announced
Mrf" and Mrs. Albert Griags ol
Pojfft^ Harbor announce the en
gagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughter. Ernia. to
Mi;. Raymond Singletary of Nor
folk. The wedding will bo sol
emnized in Norfolk on Sunday.
Sobtertiber 20th.
Miss Griggs is now spending a
few days here as the guest cf
Myjs.Hallie Silverthorn on Pearl
Entertains at Boat Ride
Mr. and Mi's. C. D. Hodges of
First street entertained the mem
bers and their husbands of the
Doris Knight Missionary Circle of
the Blackwoil Memorial Church,
on a moonlight sail on their boat.
"VMiant." on Wednesday night
fr.nn 7 until 10 o'clock.
A t>h mc supper was served on
fleck', after which games were en
joyed. . Those enjoying Mr. and
Mpftf* Hodges' hospitality were:
Mff. and Mrs. \Ielvin Bunch. Mr.
?ind. Mrs. Frnest Williams. Mr.
and- Mrs. Tom White. Mr. and
Mtf. J. E. Hollo well. Mr. and Mrs.
V/^tle .Jordan. Mrs. Roland Jen
nings and Mrs. Willard Sawyer.
Return from New York
Mrs. O. B. West and M?'s. John
L. - Sawyer have returned home
from New York City, where Mrs.
West purchased new fall merchan
dise for O. B. West Company.
At Virginia Beach
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McSwair.
and two sons. Henry and Bill
Sharber. left yesterday to spend
the Labor Day holidays at their
cottage at Virginia Beach.
Visiting Here
Little Miss Margaret Dickenson
of Greenville is visiting Betty Ray
Outlaw at her home. 301 West
Church street.
Sergeant Bisselt Here
Sergeant Geoige Bissett of the
State Highway Patrol r.nd now
stationed at New Bern, was in
town on business Thursday night
and Friday. Sergeant Bissett was
stationed here before being trans
ferred to New Bern.
Returns Home
Miss Connie Fagan leaves today
fc: her home in Garden City. Long
T;iand. New York, after spending
"? vera! days tie re as the guest of
Mrs Mary Leigh G: ither on West
Church street.
Here from YVilliamston
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Copeland
who moved to Williamston re
cently with the WPA. were in
i tov.n yesterday on business.
Mrs. Creel' Visiting Here
Mrs. J. S. Creef of East Lake
j is visiting her daughter. Mrs. J.
! V. Alexander, on Cypress street.
In Town Shopping
Mrs. Vernon Bray of Bclcross
was in town Thursday shopping.
Visiting Relatives
Mrs. ft- A. Hopkins and son,
Norman of Poindcxter street, arc
' visiting relatives at Manns Har
; lx>r for a few days.
Visiting Parents
Miss Mable Gordon, who is com
i nected with the Physical Ther
apy Department at Duke Hospit
al in Durham, is spending this
j week here as the guest of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gor
' don on East Burgess street.
Miss Thompson Here
Miss Belle Thompson of Manns
Harbor is visit' ig Mrs. George ]
Culpepper on i earl street for sev
eral days.
Spend Ifay in Norfolk
Mrs. Kcnyon Bailey and her
! son. Kcnyon. .Jr.. of Riverside
Drive, spent yesterday in Norfolk
Visiting in Norfolk
Mrs. B. F. Hopkins and her
daughter. Miss Maxine Hopkins,
of East Burgess street are spend
ing several days in Norfolk visit
; ing relatives.
Rev. Bowen to Preach Here
Rev. Hilary T. Bowen of Balti
; more. Md.. will fill the pulpit at
? the First Christian Church Sun
day night at 7:110 o'clork. Mr.
Bowen was pastor here in 1924-26.
He also taught in the local
schools. The public in cordially
i invited to hear Rev. Bowen.
Week-End Here
Mrs. William Gordon will arrive
today from Baltimore to spend the
j week-end with Mr. and Mrs. L.
1S. Gordon on East Burgess street.
Shopping Here
Mrs. W. H. Walker of Poplar
Branch was in town shopping this
Mrs. Cooper III
Mrs. J. L. Cooper is ill at her
i home. 501 Cedar street.
Visits Here
Miss Ann Sears of Moyock and
Mr. Tanwell of Henderson, N. C.,
visited friends here this week.
In Norfolk Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Sears of
500 McPherson street, spent
Thursday in Norfolk on business.
For persons who believe that human
! destiny Is guided by the planet, the dally
horoscope Is outlined by a noted astro
loger. In addition to Information of
personal Interest, It outlines information
[ of special Interest to persons born on the
designated dates.
Those most likely to be affected
by today's influences are those
S born from April 21-May 20.
General Indications
Morning? Erratic.
Afternoon? Emotional
There are good and bad spots
i in the variety today. Choose the
early afternoon through early
| evening, for success.
Today's Birthdate
This birthdate denotes much
! cruelty has been aimed at you.
and also indicates that you have
been protected. It is said, of you.
: " No weapon formed against him
! shall prosper." Improved condi
1 tions for coming year are indi
cated with changes through trav
el or dealing with distant people.
You should receive a great finan
cial stimulus during July through
September, 1937. Expansion and
pleasure in the realms of romance
or speculation are indicated dur
[ ing January, 1937.
Danger, Oct. 14 through 21.
Fimoui Corp* Reduced
The taiimus British "Redcaps,"
the corps of military |h>1Icc, which
j had a strength of nearly 15,000
during tlie World war, now lia<
^ only 500 men.
! Edenton Personals
Mrs. Ethel Taylor left Wednes
day for Watts Hospital in Durham
i to undergo an operation for ap
! pendiciis. Word has been received
that she is getting along nicely.
Friends will be interested to
know that Mr. and Mrs. Minton
Dixon and family, formerly resi
dent of Edenton are now located
in Williamston where Mr. Dixon
is connected with the WPA office.
Mr. Belderman of Pittsburg, is
spending several days with Mr.
and Mrs. William Jones on Gran
ville St.
Mrs. J. A. Holmes, Mrs. Richard
Elliott and Katiiryn Holmes, spent
Thursday in Norfolk.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ilaskett have
returned from Indiana where they
; have been spending two weeks
I with their son, Carlton Ilaskett.
Mrs. R. C. Jackson of Newport
News arrived yesterday to spend
the week end with Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Sawyer of Oakum St.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sitison of
Allentown, Penn., will arrive to
day to spend a week with Mr.
Sitison's mother, Mrs. J. C. Siti
son and sister, Mrs. Shelton
Moore on East King St.
Mrs. Mayard Perry and Mrs.
Rodney Byrum and children re
turned last night from Radford,
where they have been visiting
their mother.
Miss Marjorie Sawyer will leave
tomorrow for Newport News,
where she will spend a week with
Miss Earlene Sawyer who has
been her guest for the past week.
Miss Rebecca Caldwell has re
turned from Wallace, where she
has been spending the last two
weeks with relatives and friends.
?J. N. Pruden has returned from
Nags Head where he has spending
several days.
Mss Sarah Wood leaves today
for Richmond, where she will take
courses in secretarial work.
Mrs. Raymond Wampler and
two daughters, returned to their
home in York, Penn., after spend
ing the past two weeks with Mr.
and Mrs. J. Edwin Bufflap.
Mrs. Wallace Jones. Mrs. G. I.
Dail. Miss Anges Chappell and
Miss Margaret Hollowell. attend
ed a show in Elizabeth City last
Mr .and Mrs. Geddes Potter left
Thursday for Nags Head where
they will spend several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiles Brothers ofj
New Bern and Mrs. J. J. Harrison
of Norfolk arrived yesterday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Mary J.
Miss Connie Fagan returned
yesterday from Elizabeth City
where she has been spending sev
eral days. She is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Badham on Col
onial Square.
A delightful dutch supper was
enjoyed last night at Chapp's
Place by the younger boys and
girls who will soon be making de
partures for school.
Miss Anne Elizabeth Smithwick
of Windsor is spending the week
with Annie Ruth and Josie White,
a ttheir home on West ueen St.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sitison
and small daughter of Mount
Airy, have arvired to spend sev
eral days with Mr. Sitison's mother
Mrs. J. C. Sitison and sister Mrs.
Shelton W. Moore, at their home
on East King St.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Shone of
Glassboro, N. J., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Spencer on North
Broad St.
Miss Lena Jones is spending
jeveral days with relatives in
South Mills.
The Rev. John Turner, rector
of All Saints Church, South Jack
sonville, Florida, arrived yesterday
to spend several days with Rev.
C. A. Ashby and Mrs. Ashby at
the Episcopal rectory.
Jonathan Daniels, Josephus
Daniels Jr., and Frank Daniels,
?ditor, business manager and ad
vertising manager, respectively of
the News and Observer, stopped
over in Edenton Wednesday en
route to Norfolk, where they part
icipated in the chirstening of a
warship, the Worth Bagley, nam
ed in honor of their uncle.
Mrs. R. S. Biggs and daughter,
Nancy, are the guests of Mrs.
Bigg's sister, Mrs. R. P. Badham,
and Mr. Badham at their home on
Colonial Square.
John Burton Harrison and small
l son of Norfolk, are spending a
week in Edenton visiting relatives
and friends.
Mrs. Hattic Miller who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Holmes, returned to her home in
Norfolk yesterday. She was ac
companied by Mrs. W. D. Holmes
unci Prank Holmes wno spent the
Mrs. Riddirk Chappell and Mrs.
Robinson of Urn ford spent Tues
day with Mrs. T. C. By rum at her
home on West Eden St.
Miss Foy Co/art and Mary Eliz
abeth Cites are attending a house
party at Nags Head.
Dr. L. P. Wlliams who has been
ill at his home on Granville St., is
able to be out again.
Mrs. William Elliott. Mrs. North
Elliott and Mrs. William Brunson
will leave today for Robersonville
to .spend the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones and
Dr. J. S. Bobb were week end vis
itors of Mr. and Mrs. William
Jones 011 Granville St.
Miss Maryland Parks who has
been ill at her home in North
Edenton, is able to be out again.
John Byrum has returned to his
home on Granville St., after at
tending a house party at Nags
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meekins and
their daughter will leave today to
spend t lie week end in New Bern
with Mr. Meekins' mother and
Leslie Morgan. Gene Cobb, Skin
ner White and Richard Davis re
turned yesterday from Washing
ton. where they attended a base
ball game.
Mrs. S. C. Mills has accepted a
position as bookkeeper at J. H.
Holmes Company.
Johnny Mack Brown
"Courageous Avenger"
"Cu.ltr's Lart Stand" No. 6
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"Phantom Rider" No. 2 ? Act
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"Custer's Last Stand" No. 7?Act
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America's Favorite
for 50 Years and
i still gaining in
. popularity.
is oottled for your Protection
"Every Bottle Sterilized" ,
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THIS is Tillie Theodora Grey, 19
vear-old beauty of Waterbury,
Conn., who lias been selected to
repreesnt her state as "Miss Con
necticut" in the Showmen's Vari
ety Jubilee in Atlantic City, N. J.,
Sept. 8-14. The winner will be
crowned "Miss America 1936."
Beautiful {tills from all parts of
the country will compete for the
First Methodist
Church School at 9:30. L. R.
Foreman. Superintendent. Morn
ing Worship, with Holy Commun
ion, at 11 A. M., Epworth League
Service at 7.15.
Evening worship at 8 P. M. Ser
mon by the Pastor; Board of Stew
ards Tuesday night at 7:30. Mid
week Service Wednesday night at
8o'clock. Board of Christian Ed
ucation Friday night at 8 o'clock.
The public is invited to all ser
vices of the church. A special in
vitation is extended to strangers
and to those who have no church
City Road Mei/iouist
ltev. B. T. Hurley pastor, E. Wil
son Smith, superintendent of
Church School. Church School.
9:30 a. m.; Morning Worship, Ho
' )y Communion, and sermon by the
I pastor, 11:00 a. m.; World Friend
ship Club, 7:09 p. in.: Evening
Worship 8:00 p. m.: Prayer ser
vice, Wedneselay, 8:00 p. m.; Choir
Practice, Thursday, 8:00 p. m.:
Missionary Circles, Monday, 8:09
p. m.; A hearty welcome to ail, es
pecially visitors and strangers.
Morning Service: Pre'udc?Sal
ute d' Amour?Elgar; Solo. Miss
Delma Ward, The Good Shepherd,
Thy Sweet Voice, Saint-Sacns;
Anthem. I was A Wandering
Sheep. Wilson, Mrs. B. T. Hurley,
Bobby Elliott and choir.
Evening Service: Prelude, Seren
ade, Schubert: Duet, "Above The
Hills of Time" .Londonderry Air.
Ruth Hurley and Sarah Williams:
Offertory, To An Evening Star,
Wagner; Postlude, The Bridal
Train, Moore.
First Baptist Churcn
Special services for tne benefit
of young men and women about to |
go away for school wil be held at j
First Baptist church Sunday
morning, with the Rev. E. II. Potts
officiating. Dr. Potts subject will
be. "Where Youth's Demands May |
be Satisfied," and there will be a j
special program.
The Church calendar for the |
week follows:
Sunday School. 9:30 A. M. R. |
I,. Griffin, Supt., class for all
ages. Everybody invited: Morning
worship services at 11:00 A. M.:
Sermon by the pastor. Subject:
"Where Youth's Demands May be
Satisfied"; Good congregational
singing and special music by the j
Evening Worship at 0 o'clock.
Sermon by the Pastor. Subject:
"A Vision Of Self". Good congra
gational singing and special mus
ic by the choir: The B. T. U. meets
at 7:00 o'clock Sunday evening:
Mid-week Prayer Service at 8:00
o'clock Wednesday: Board of Dea
cons will meet Monday night at
8:00 o'clock: The Woman's Miss
ionary Soeiety will meet Monday
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock: The
Sunday School Worker's Council
will meet for supper and business
at 6:45 p. m. Wednesday: The
Board of Cooperation will meet at i
8:00 o'clock Friday night.
Pentecostal Holiness
Dallas M. Tarkenton. pastor,'
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.. Alvin ,
O'Neal, superintendent: A class
for every one: Morning worship i
11 o'clock. Subject, "Overcoming
Obstacles The Secret of Success".
Evening Worship 7:45 o'clock.
Subject "The Old Paths"; Ser
mons by the pastor. Pentecostal j
Young People's Soeiety 6:30 P. M.,
G. T. Twiddy president. A Christ
ian welcomeawaits you at each
_ Blackwcll Memorial Baptist _
Sunday Sept. 5, program fcr the
Blackwell Memorial Baptist ehur
Black well Memorial Baptist
Church will be as follows:
Morning Worship at 11:00 a. m.
Organ prelude, "A Meditation," by
Hyatt: Organ Offertory, "Suppli
cation," by Haydn. A duet by
Mrs. 13. P. Jones and Mrs. C. N.
Morgan: Sermon. "Ashamed of
Christ," by Dr. J. L. Whte, pastor:
Organ postlude, "March," by
Renk. Evening service at 7:30
p. m. Organ prelude "Evensong."
Organ offertory, "Ein Hans," by
Haydn: Solo by Claude White;
Sermon, "Impetuous Polowcrs," by
the pastor; Organ postlude,
"Postlude In A Plat," by Battman.
Hertford News
Mrs. Lordly entertained the
members of her bridge club and
visitors Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Ben Koonce, High score
prize was presented to Mrs. Vi
vian Darden.
Those enjoying Mrs. Lordly's
hospitality were Mesdames W. G.
Wright, Oscar Felton, Durward
Reed, B. G. Koonce, C. P. Morris,
C. R. Holmes, Sidney Jessup, and
Vivian Darden.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Johnson
have as their house guests Miss
Christine Hall of Durham and Mr.
J. G. Edwards of Sanford.
Miss Sarah Brinn is the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. M. V. Horton,
in Farmvillc.
S. D. Morgan of Pedrick, N. J.
brother, of Grady Morgan, will
fill the pulpit cf the Hertford
Baptist Church Sunday night.
While h.cro ho will bo the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Morgan.
Mrs. W. L. P. Babb has returned
from Durham where she spent
the summer with her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. It. W. Smith is confined to
her homo on Church St.. with a
broken ankle. Mrs. Smith was
recuperating from a sprained ank
le when she sipped and fell late
W; dnesday afternoon suffering a
serious break.
Miss Patricia Stevens left
Thursday for Wilson where she
will attend Atlantic Christian Col
Mrs. T. d. Cox spent Thursday
in Norfolk.
Mr. rend Mrs. Newborn and lit
tle daughter have changed their
resid ence to Tarboro. Mr. New
born. was formerly the county
me manic for school transporta
Columbia Personals
Those from Columbia attending
the Fashion show and dance at
Plymouth, were: Mr. and Mrs. F.
E. Cahoon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert
Swain, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. White.
Air. and Mrs. Jimmie Collins,
Misses Sr.-iy Paige. Eloisc Cara- j
?van. Km. I Co!field. Grace Liver
man. ? .'.ai-;a Balcnian, Nellie Jar
vis. Virginia Yerby. Louise Mc- !
Corici:, Fay Galeman, Russell
i ataman, CburJos Calioon. Floyd
Cahocn. James McClecs, Nelson
McC.rcs, .};>?? Hampton.
H. L. Karris, County agent. J.
D. En- nc r, Pi.I Jackson. Bid Liv
er,nan. Funic l ive man. Phillip
vVc.r,(:'ry er.d J. E. WocJlcy spent
Wednsscey in Kinston on busi
"jo :e from Columbia who modi- |
in the fashion show in Ply-!
uouth, spen : .\i b" Mrs. Blanche
Swain of the Women's Shop. i
were: Mis:..;' B oise Cr.-awan. Pol
v Tatcm, TTazei Coffeil-.i.
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Jolm Wayne in
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'J he i rime Racket Exposed!
With an all Ncgre Cv.i
Johnny Mark I'rown
A!;.o "Cu tej's Last Stand" No. 9
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Caroline ChalSays
College Course Is a Nice Fa# Slice of ilie Cake of Life;
The Only Slice Thai Is Ever Cul for Us illicit Wc
May Eat and Have Too.
So you're truing ofT to college. girls? What a stvi il experience is
I in store for you! A college course is a nice. fat. si ice of the cake of
j life, the only slice that will ever he cut for you which you mr.y cat
and keep, too. Books, lectures, sports, literary,societies and social
J clubs make up the slice and it may be that boy friends and Phi Beta
Kappa keys are in your piece. But remember this: if you can't get on
pleasantly with your college companions, the whole wotks wil Iturn
sour and spoil. Mull over this matter before you pack your trunk and
take the train. Make some New Year's resolutions: for this is the
i New Year for the frosli.
At college there will be no loving family to overlook your faults,
excuse your bad manners and forgive your ill tempers. Instead,
you will be surrounded by strangers who don't knew and don't
care how sweet you may be unless you show them. They will
judge you by your kindliness, your friendliness and by your per
sonal dainties and table manners. These are the things, too,
which they will remember you by as long as they live.
Nobody in the dormitory wiil be interested in yci:r gripes end com
plaints. Nobody will accept your alibis as the family did. There may
be a few professional counselors and comforters who will come to
your rescue when you are homesick and discouraged but for the most
part you will be on your own and must fight tii" battle alone.
Don't deceive yourselves: raving, beauty cute clothes, bright
minds, witty tongues and line family cei-ups won't help you much.
Later in life, maybe, these things wiil get you over the hardies
but not in college. A bit of snobbery and the this will let you
pass. A sample of sharp tongue wit and (hi. will side-step
you. Toll the truth, even though it hurts, and you >.v:P discover
that girls don't go lo college to learn (he truth. Let the news be
noised about that you arc a dead-brat, or z borrower and they
will exchange glances when you b irge in. 1you arc tops in
books or sports don't shoot at those below you. If you go foot
and stay there, don't snipe at those above No nerd to tell
the girls how good you arc: if you are that good they wiil discover
it and if you are not they will laugh at you.
Eat as much of your slice of college cake as ycu can hold for the
more you eat the more you will have when college days are done.
The sciences, physical and social, the philosophies and tire humanities
are all written in books to be studied. But you must put (lie theories !
into practice to prove them. When ail the lessons are learned and the
old sheepskin is in the trunk, the time, the money, the labor is wasted
if you haven't learned the greatest lesson of life: how to .get on pleas
antly with people.
Problems of general interest submitted by readers will be discussed
in this column. Letters unsuitable for publication will be answered
personally provided they contain stamped, self-addressed envelopes.
All names are held in confidence. Write Miss Chat field, in care of
this newspaper.
Dare School
Begins T:
Mantco, Scpf. 4:
: thirteen schools oi
will open on the
| tember 17. accord* ?
' mcnt Riven out lv.
Robert H. Atkir.
the exception o- (
er. principal of ''
| the teachers ami ..
county have born
are ready to go to
who had beer. r.::n.
the Kilty Hr.wk S
resigned, thus lea ..
i position. i
? Some of the iir:
faculty of the difh?:
new this ycai. !;>. ?
the last year's f::<
County-wide P..
will be held in the
auditorium Srpte::, ,
before the opt nin-.
was called by S i; .
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vv nil mu c.v ? j)i
dpalship at K:V
is open, there a;
the 13 schools i;[
Mantco with nw
with. Iiattcras a <
?.even and Eiixi< n
Kitty Hawk wel
when someone i.>
vacant position t!
Teaching staffs -
xhools are as f.
R. J. Gibson, p; .::
Sparrow. Helen V.
Sawyer, Mrs. K. '
Essie N. Weseov?..
Isabeiic Lennan : r
Wcfxctt. Manns "
Minor. principal am.
Mashocs: Gladys ?
L. L. Combs, ph.
L. Comb.-: and Bn:
ty Hawk: principal -
B. Young. C. A. C
Sandcrlin. Me'iie J! ?
Nora Baum. L<
Jones and Sarah ( .
Wanchcsc: L. E. IT
Ruth Nixon, Le- ?
Mrs. Chauncey *' .
Point: Fred I. We
Grace W. Hooper
son and Nannie ;>; ? J
David W. Gu kill."
nie Gaskill and !:
Avon: Stanly E. C
Josephine Jones.
Mabel Wcscott air' 11
Buxton: W. V. V. id.,
pal. G. D. Gatt!ir<". I
borough. Lucy M.
Fulchcr and Janet <
Hatteras: A. E. Bav 1
Elizabeth Baum
land, Hilda Lallan
Tiliett. Margaret Brov .
Burrus. Roanoke ? /? / .
school): H. L. Prii;.
Genevieve H. Scarbon
Tiliett and Eva B. An
Members of the Bo-,
cation are: C. E. I1.
Point, chairman. E. N
ty Hawk: R. E. B'-r.
Harbor: R. II C.
and I. B. Austin.
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