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iniinurrk. basic price sup-r
late in North Carolina on
crop wheat , will , be $1.99 a
George Bellmon, Per
kins - County , ASC, .. pffice
ager, announced today.
in previous years, .-'the; far
farm-stored or warehouse-
id,, grain or by entering into
purchase agreement with the
".Vheat price support will be
a ilable through , the ' county
"jC officV' from harvest tinW
rough January. 31. 1959. Loans
.ill - mature on February 28,
'.D59.' ' '(
The rate announced today is 'a
linimum which is made avail-
ble at this time because of, the
'art of the wheat harvest,
inns will be made initially at
is r rote. v. If the wheat parity
.ice and other factors indicate
i higher rate as of Julyl, 1958.
he farmer will receive the dif
ference. The basic rate is for' grade
will hd aniP m'nnuiin vnrictM whnnT marif tuittr' vv
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i.rhaat mtViar hv tfpt- , r tKor fariSlS in .t the K COUntY
. 4 tl, c.,krf r-iit ,.,KinH h ti As 1 on. . interest.
"Pare frown" Kitchen Work
with, this wonderful attachment" for
your knife. It will save time, thumbs
. and vegetables . . . easy to use !
Mil KNIFE W;
GET YOURS TODAY AT
Harrell Gas and Coal Co.
THE HOUSE OF
BRAND NAME PRODUCTS
J" - Superior BOTTLED GAS &rrtcm
frigidairE electrical appliances ..
empire heating equipment ' ,
- coleman heating equipment
' berwind briquets coal
Come in today and get your FREE
' -'PARE DOWN" for the asking!
; Ktt Ta.Perammini Bieh'Schopl.
No.'i wheat. It is further ad".
justed up or down for grade
and quality to determine the
support price for J an individual
farmer. . The 1958 crop prem
iums and discounts are largely
the same as those , in -the 1957
To get wheat price support in
1958,. a producer s must kbe m
PomDliance with the. 1958 wheat
acreage allotment lor the farm
rfnH -fcf. -elieiblei ,tb;'reaeive a
further details contacts 5?ouf- kltM
cal county ASC office. , 4
Has New Credit Card
a new' "raDid-charge" system
that greatly speeds service t
credit card customers, is being
(introduced in this area by Sin-
clair Refining Company, it was
announced by J. R. "oulware,
company manager lor u
om Nnrth Carolina District.
Designed to improve custom
service, the new billing trans
action can be accomplished in a
few seconds, Mr. Boulware not
ed. "One quick imprint com
pletes, automatically and accu
rately, 80 per cent of all neees-
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home Mrs. Alexandra Wegner holds a photo, of her twin sister, , J
Sophie Sauer, taken in Miami, Fla.. The sisters, 2,8, separated ;
when Soviet troops marched into their native Poland 13 years . .
ago, said they would be reunited as soon as they could raise .
the money. Sophie, who works as a draftsman in Hialeah, '
Fla., recently learned from an aunt in Warsaw that Alexandra V
was living In the States. ' 1 1 ' i 1
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sarv informatioa The new. sys
tern will eliminate time con-
suminc walks .back and forth
from car to service stations. The
now small-sized credit cards,
made of plastic embossed with
customers' name and address,
will not tear or fade. They are
being issued to Sinclair credit
card customers and the issue
should be completed within one
I Now At Library
! The Perquimans County Li.
brary has recently received sev
eral very beautiful memorial
books which are now available
for perusal in the library or for
circulation. These are: The
Pictorial History of American
Sports and the Year 1958 In
Sports, both given in memory
!t;f J. Edear Morris: The Treas
ury of American Gardens and the
National Geographic world In
, Your Garden, given in memory
I of J. C. Blanchard; The Ameri
can' Heritage, in memory of Mrs.
1 C. W. Willif ord ; The Sandburg
Range and The Rainbow Book
of Art, in ; memory 1 of Mrs.
Rushia Whedbee Watkins; Mem
oties and Records, of Eastern
North Carolina, in memory of
Mrs. Peninah Hendricks Haskett
who left Perquimans County in
1834 with the Quakers in their
historic trek to Indiana. This
book . is given by her grand
daughter, a resident of Pennsyl
The Library Board calls at
tention to the change in library
hours, for the summer months. .
The librarv will be open mrtfi
5 o'clock instead Of 4:30 in the
afternoons. . But it will be clos
ed on Saturday afternoons until
' Colonial .Stores,' Inc announc
pri . Tueedav the formal ' sienine
of -construction, contracts for s
huge new $5,000,000 .warehouse
to be built at Norfolk, Virginia
to - service, more than, ,.100. supei
markets in Virginia,. Maryland
and Eastern North 1 j Carolina
Actual construction is' expected
to get underway within the next
two weeks.. , . ' . ...i.
Thi . new construction wilj
permit consolidation of several
warehouse operations under .one
roof, improving operating eff ici.
ency and service. t Thp new. cen:
tfir, wjll also house ' Colonial' $
eastern'' f regional .' headquarterf
uihi'ph ' nr - under the suDervision
of Vice Presi3ent. I yHyTood
Approximately , Tun, ano
nai4 'time .workers' fire ..erhuloyed
by Colonial in' this region.
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MEET THE HEfiO .;,
' or guwsmoke
Tali James Arness, who plays
the roll of Marshall Matt Dillon
on CBS's popular TV series
"Gunsmok'e," has lut ' a new
thought Mto Ihe one-time child
ish version of a cowboy. In this
sriics ic r",T
roics on screen and off, and hes
hA en ava four miVK.nR.
Susceptible tO human failings. '
n ... 4n rA ihd Wflrm KtOrV
Be sure to rea ine warm siory
bout ohV t lelev'sibn's most-be-
. ,, T ,
loved SftorS m the June ZZna
in her Salt Lake City. Utah. 1
HD Club Members
Attend Home Vee!(
Three Perquimans County
Hnm Demonstration Club 'mem
hprs. Mrs. Rav Godfrey and Mrs.
R G. Banks, both of Durants
Neck Club,, Mrs. Alice F. Combs, 1
Chapanoke Club, and Mrs. Paige
Underwood; ; home.' agent, were)
among the "138 North Carolina!
11UU ' fliwiuvis " -
v ... ,w.iij,r.,'i 0.19 "holit
r arm-nome yvcciv nunc,
on State College Campus, . Ra
leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Warner
Madre; Master Farm Family, at
tended the Wednesday night pro
gram. - . '. ' ' -The
theme for the four-day
program , was "Today's Home
maker is Many Things," with spe
cial omnhasis placed on Educa-
tinn. Science. Human Relations
Mrs. L. B. Pate, president 01
North Carolina Federation ; 01
Home Demonstrate Clubs, pre
sided over the well planned daily
programs which included music
HirentPd bv Dr; and Mrs. Arnold
E. Hoffman, movies on "Variety
Vacation Land", ana v iar nwi
cinto" sni-iai hours, talks, dem
onstrations, such 'as "Your car
riage Madam" (how to move
il1v bv Mrs. Peggy Lippe,
owner and operator of a fashion
studio in Birmingham, AlaDama,
and also a tea at the Governor s
Mansion. The women were dis
appointed that the Governor
could not be at the Mansion,
stated Mrs. Underwood. '
Leadership Achievement ponors
and Awards were given Wednes
Aarr Tiiciit Gaston County Home
"o . ' a u
Demonstration Clubs received the
Honor Club Award. Twelve wo
men were presented Silver Bowls
for their leadership record, and
the Master Farm families were
The parade of ' "United Nation
Flnss carried bv; Club' members
who made the flag and wore the
native costume which wasalso
made iri various dou'ntries was
most impfessivfi. The "' 82 flags
keba ud pains may come on with orr
tkia, motional upaata or day to oar atraaa and
atram. Ana roina wno aai ano maniiw
omatimaa aoffer mild bladdar iniutloa
t ,.L .1 A .1 Mlln
1 n youaramiaarawaandwornoutaacaraaa
at dif?,r' pilbtJ
, wim iiw, wm-, .
.(feet to taa bladder Irr'iUtion. and by
thalrmiW diuratie action throurh thakidnay;
, J,ten4i to incrmu, tha output of tba U
miiw of ydnay tub. - . ,
go If nanrinc aackaobt makaa yon foal
leaanignta .k.oon wa...-.ry juwh mi..
at tft aama happy reliaf mi-'nwm
t -j trover 60 yeara.G. joa .fa tooal
I . V
made the setting for the final pro
gram, Today's' Homemaker is
Many Things"..' The Home' Dem
onstration women and their, ciud
work was highly praised by the
DUector and Assistant Director of I v .t
the. North Carolina, Agricultural'.. Yhite Hat- NeWS I
Extension Service! as well .0th-J.,Mr; and Mrs. Albert Eyre -and
er educators and speakers." , children visited Mr. and Mrs.
j Mrs. Underwood states- that tne Fx4eman ,. UmphleU. on , Saturday
t t. ,kn ottcnHpH , the (. . - 1 -
beeome,,even tore' awart ! V
they belong n gnv . ,
that more Club members, can.
tend the . eventful.
Week next year. ' ,
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY '
ir;tri T.amh , was "honored' 6ri
his 5th" birthday Saturday, June
7, with a lawn party. 'ihg -trees
were decorated " with balloons
anA mrw naDer. He received
numerous gifts including a Jbiithj
.biro i names were1 enjoyed
MJ , . . '
nd each guest, was presented e.
Those enjoying the party were:
Billy and Harriett Williams, Pat-
Th Chilrtlon Scwnct Monitw '
; On Norwoy St, 6ton 15, Moo.
' Stnd you mwtjxip or tht tlm
- fwckd. EncloMd find my crack o
, ',: inanty orctor. I Vw l D ...
- month S9 O I menth H-50 Q
." Cltv Xcn ., Stefa
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and'BkVbaraLUiotU.'Wilnhertoa and auchter.
Phililn MKttoy Charlotte nit! cnH t T: ihprt' HarriOl. i i
pinch, cake; cookies, peanut, and
mints were served. 4 v
M Enij , , .njnphl
k W -..J i
PPJQE gaoolineotiold mote
records" for potforirtance
thsin any other'-
...It'r. super premium, now,; ;
Afhey's floor and Deck inomel givei a .sturdy,
shiny enamel finish-d smarter,' more attractive '
apfsedrahce, able to withstand any weather; and
wear. Indoors or outh stejss; porches,' Wfcki or
"V halls get Athey's
j gleammg, lasting flrslS. Dries overnight. J " , ( '
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' liWOTa.ict.taf'm!! ,o:;eur-,r.!,TJ.
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visited Mrs. L.ane s lamer, Mr
Hendrix " of -Elizabeth City on
Monday., ' .',... . '' .
Clarence Miller , of 'Norfdlk,
Va.; and , Ernest ' White and
Wayhe White visited Mr; and
Mrs. Tmmah Urhphlett 10W Sun-
' Light is , the' Vmbot, of truth.
; James nusseit iiuweu.
f - ECONOMY"
Floorrpftd. Deck IncmeJ for a.
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... ' Cm Man i
Vast PnyHal, S1 M
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Second Wt to I
...wrucut iu- iwb.
from the bottom."
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Visitor xou say uiai
building over there' cost. $2,006,- -000?
Doesn't 'that seem like i '
terrible price for such a buiia-
pg?, , , . --'.
, Citizen' 1 -Why, man,; if ydu
knew the gang that got thocoh-lv ,
tract you'd think ' we're getting
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