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. THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, jnntTPOT), N. C, I VY OCTC"t 27, !"" !
4-11 3 !:;vs
: By E. L. TOPPING
Assistant County Agent,
(Well, hello ' 4-Hers, here we go
again with our 4-H news, when we
first started this 4-H news column.
it was -supposed to be. just for the
; summer month o keep yon inform
ed of what Was 'going on in the 4-H
world while ' you- were away from
school But so many have asked that
K be continued that we have decided
to run it through the year, provided
: the club members send in enough
new. ;i:' 'JeS-'i' J
The biggest news this week must
be the new club officers, the 4-H
Counuty Council, and Achievement
So we'll start with Achievement
Day. Most of us know what. Achieve
ment Day is for, but for those that
don't, . I'll try to give yon a litt'e
summary. The first purpose of
Achievement Day is to recognize the
outstanding work of oar members dur
ing the past year; second, it is to
give parents and friends more infor
mation about the 4-H Club program
in' Perquimans County. Prizes will
be awarded a little differently this
year from last in the 4-H boys' de
partment, , There will be no exhibits.
All 4-H boys that wished to com
pete for prizes brought their 4-H pro
ject books to the Amrieultural Ruild.
ing Saturday, October 14, They were
graaea on ueir ihu activity; tneir
project book,' and the way they eon-
ducted their project They were not
graaeq according to the Highest yield
in. croo or livestock, hut the 44H
member that did the best job with
his project will win the prise. Win
ners will be announced Friday. Nov.
10 at Achievement Day. Everyone js
invited to come out and see who won.
The next thins; on the list Is the
high yielding corn contest This con
test is sponsored by the Bethel Rurt,
tan Club and nries are awarded ac
cording to how many bushels of corn
you proaucea on an acre, au of you
that want to enter thin inntoi. mU
estimate your own corn according to
Tne ruies, on me yellow card Wat was
sent to you last week. Hill out the
card and either - mail or bring it to
me as soon as possible. If you heed
anv heln let mti Irnnw. . Thia MnW
is for 4-H members only no adults
allowed. We already have most of
the estimates, so you late comers had
better hurry up.
Now for 4-H "Club Officers:
Starting with the Joint boys and
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girls High School Club, we have for
president,' Horace .Killer; vice-president,
Creg Lane: secretary; , Janie
Winslow; reporter, Clarence ChappeUL
and program committee, John William
ChappeU, Delma Ann Hurdle, Myrtle
Williams, with Julian Harrell as chair
man, . '
In the Hertford Joint Seventh grade
the -officers are: ' president, '' Euth
Ayscue. vice-president, Corbin Cher
ry; secretary, Annette Proctor; song
leader, Alice Dawson; reporter, Peg
gy Harrell, and program committee,
Joe. Rogerson, Jean Long,' Herbert
Nixon, with Anne Lou Lane) as chair
man.1 ' ." i' '-
The Winf all . Joint Seventh grade
officers are: president, Charlie Mor
gan Umphlette; Vice-president, Robert
Earl . Edwards: secretary, Pauline
Wood; song leader, Annie Reed Stok
ley; reporter, Windy Matthews, and
Uarol Hurdle, Mary Anderson, Judy
Winslow on the program committee,
with Wallace Baker as chairman.
The Hertford Sixth Grade Joint
Club has for president, Crafton Mat
thews; vice-president,. Ralph White;
secretary, Mabel Frances Keel; , song
leaders, Jo Ann Matthews; reporter,
Junior Wheeler, and the program com
mittee consists of Jeanette Williams,
Lillian Hoffler, Thomas Chappell, and
Chairman Betty Ann Felton.
The Winfall Sixth Grade, -president,
Arnold Winslow; Tice-president, Eve
lyn Lane; secretary, Madlin Gray;
song leader, Evangeline Saunders; re
porter, Atwood Chappell, and. Wade
Jordan, Avis Morgan, Jessie Roun
tree, with Margaret Sutton as. chair
man. ; ; , , , , , i . ..
In the Hertford combined fifth and
sixth grades, the .president is Earl
Dunsmoor; the vice-president, Billy
Yagel; secretary, Jean Keel; with a
program committee consisting of
'Maude Lee, Diane Raurity, Erwin
Ayscue ' and chairman, Sonny Mat
thews. T . . . 1
These are the Joint 4-H Club offi
cers. Election of the officers for the
individual boy's clubs and individual
girls clubs are not complete but will
be in the next issue.
WOODLAND W. S. C S. (MEETS
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Woodland Methodist
Church held its regular monthly meet
ing October 11, at the church. The
tenth anniversary of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service was held
by the. society with the members of
the. society from Oak Grove Church
as the guests. '
The, meeting was called to order
by the president, , Mrs. Eddie Harrell
after which roll was called and min
utes read and approved.
Mrs. D. M. Cartwright, Spirituau
Life Leadery gave Pie' devotional with
Mrs. Moody Harrell, Mrs. George
Eure and Mrs, Ernest Cartwright giv
ing some very interesting talks. Mrs.
Eddie Harrell rendered' prayer.
iMy Faith Looks Up To Thee was
sung. The program was given , by
Mrs. Jack, Benton,, the, topic, being,
"Healing Gift He Lends." Mrs. W.
H. Cartwright gave a talk on "An
African Doctor." Mrs. Jack Benton
and Mrs. Eddie Barrel rendered a
Mrs. Eddie Harrell then read the
different activities for the candle
light service, which were lighted by
the chairman of the .committee. The
meeting was dismissed by prayer by
Mrs. George Jackson.
During the social hour, a delicious
sweet course was served to the mem
bers and visitors present.
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