farmers Urged To
Plant Large Type
Demand Greater Thanj
Ever Before, Say
The Virginia Carolina Peanut As-1
aoeiation is urging fanners to plant!
large Virginia type for greater pro- j
fit and to maintain this area's repu-'
tation for growing the world's finest j
The association emphasizes the)
fact that there are no acreage res- 1
frictions in 1946. that the demand!
for large peanuts of the Virginia;
type is greater than ever before.]
and that the subsidy program of
war production fused on the govern
ment’s need for domestic oil has 1
Cri es e n:a: i-.. !*<' per cent of
parity are guaranteed in 1916, whieh
is substantially the same as last'
season, and it is .pointed out that,
■every government program has pro
vided premiums; for large peanuts. I
Cor that reason growers are urged
to plant large type Virginia peanuts,'
using good seed and proper soil
treatment to insure a good crop.
Begins In Texas
Eair Volume Moving to
Market In Virginia-
Planting of peanuts is continuing
in south Texas and has begun in a
very limited way in North Florida, i
southern Georgia and southern Ala i 1
bama. Planting in the Southeast, j
however, is not expected to become i
active until around the middle of!
Mareh. While mills in both the)
Southeast and Southwest are now ac- j
tively preparing seed supplies, de-j 1.
mand for seed in the Southeast has' s
not been as heavy to date as had d
previously been anticipated. It is 0
still very early in the season, how- i,
ever, and an extremely heavy- de- tl
mand for seed could still develop. Inj n
some sections of the Southeast carjt.
shortage has delayed distribution of >„
fertilizer and labor shortages have;,,
also been something of a factor. a
In the Virginia-Carolina area the a
weather has permitted continuation ~i
of harvest, and a fair volume of p
farmers’ stock peanuts is moving to j,
market at scheduled prices, based on
percentage of; sound, mature kernels. a
In this section demand for cleaned f
jumbos and shelled peanuts has been K
very good. While a moderate de- y
mand has prevailed on cleaned
fancy's, movement of this grade has) h
not been as rapid as on other grades !h
of Virginias, In the Southeast and [
So*thwest demand continues heavy,! „
although it has not been as active re- j
cently as was the case a month |
earlier. Practically all movement of j
shelled goods has been on previous 11
commitments at ceiling levels, al- 2
though a few sa'.-s of Southeastern 2
Runners were reported on a current 5
Sales f. o. b. shipping point per lb.,* I
Virginia-Carolma, Virginias, cleaned ]
jumbos 15 ! ?i; fancys 15-15 fc, mostly •
45 %c; shelled extra large and me- \
diums lG’ac; No. I, few South
eastern shelled Spanish No, 1, 14 Abc: j ]
Runners No, 1,14 c, Southwestern, i
shelled Spanish No I, 14Vic.
UQUIO, TABLETS. SALVE, NOSE DROPS «
CAUTION USE ONLY AS OIRCCTEO <
The Board of County Commissioners of
Chowan County will meet as the Board of Equal
ization and Review in the Court House on Mon
day, March 18,1946, at 10 A.M. for the purpose of
hearing complaints as prescribed by law.
P. S. McMULLAN
Chowan County Tax Supervisor
OUR DEMOCRACY f>y*a>
# THE 4H CLUBS
1 (HEA D, HE A R.T, HANDS, HEA LTH) *
Their membership of 1,700,000 soys and girls
IS DEDICATED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF
AMERICAN AGRICULTURE AND RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP.
Pledged to VcEARfR thinking -
GREATER LOYALTY - LARGER SERVICE
SETTER living the 4h club members
Bv THEIR WORK ON FARMS THROUGHOUT
THE COUNTRY, ARE BUILDING A STRONGER
MORE SELF-RELIANT YOUTH AND A STRONGER
MORE SELF-RELIANT NATION.
Evans Church Young 1 people were presenL One of the j
Ponnlp Tn Drtrnniyp ! highlights of the evening wm a re
reopie io urganize . ligiottg play with COfltulnee , given by
Joint Youth Group ) a number of the young people. An
_______ 1 enjoyable social hour followed the
At its regular monthly meeting jexercises
last Friday night the Youth Fellow-j —— —•———j
ship of the Evans Methodist Church]
decided to assist in the organization) Ka ( lllfrlf I A I
of a Chowan-Perquimans Youth Pel-! »wV A ” m m V<** |
lowship Union. It is proposed that, 1
the union meet once each three KVA|ipni||6
months. The Evans group is ex- MJm wllvlllUw
tending an invitation to the young j Chronic bronchitis may develop if
icople, vouth leaders, pastors and your cough, chest cold, or acute bron
"t p^pio.«! ffiffiXIS&NSKSMS
attend the first meeting of the group less potent than Creomulsion which
at the Evans Church Fridav evening, I goes right to the seat of the trouble to t
April T’ at 7-45 n'eirwk \ eo.nnioto! nelp loosen and expel germ laden
l complete Bid nature to soothe and
program has not yet been arranged heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
but plans so far are for religious mucous membranes,
exercises led by the Evans group. Creomulsion blends beechwood creo
,,• . • , ~ h sote by special process with other time
■i business session including reports tested medicines for coughs. It contains
from various \ outh Fellowship no narcotics.
groups, recognition of pastors and No matter how many medicines you
and , T ia, hour.
Ihe meeting last rriday night was standing you must like the way it quick
held with Beatrice Evans at the ly allays the cough, permitting rest and
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a«P. <» you are to have your money
H. W. Evans. Eighteen young
j Anne’s Beauty Salon !
j CITIZENS BANK BUILDING 1
CORDIALLY INVITES THE LADIES TO |
ATTEND THE OPENING 1
j MONDAY, MARCH II
TEA —2 TO BP. M. f
THE CHOWAN HERALu, EDENTON, N. C.. THUKriIMY, MARCH 14, 1946.
|No Forms Needed
For Canning Sugar
Housewives Urged to
Budget Use of Sugar
This year’s home canners will not
have to fill out application forms for
canning sugar, OPA State Director
Theodore S, Johnson reminds North
Carolina housewives. OPA district)
| offices, which now handle sugar ra-!
tioning, are not equipped to process |
the millions of requests that would)
result if users were required to make 1
formal application for canning sugar ;
as was formerly the case, he said.
Canning sugar this season will be)
obtained through use of spare stamps)
) contained either in Ration Book Four
j or on the sugar ration sheet now be-,
ring issued-in lieu of a complete ra
| t'ion book, according to the OPA an-'
j First spare stamp to be used espe
cially; for canning sugar is No. 9,
which became valid Monday, March
j 11, for five pounds and remains good
through October Ml, Johnson pointed;
out. This and another stamp to be
validated sometime in June dr July
will provide this year’s allocation for
home Canning sugar, he said.
“Our national sugar supply is still
extremely tight, with no signs of im
-1 mediate improvement,” Johnson said.
“It is still uncertain how much of the
Cuban sugar crop will be available to
us, and this, along with the require
ments of war-stricken areas, makes
it impossible to be very optimistic
about the outlook on sugar," he ex
“The critical state of our supply
makes it necessary for every house
wife to budget her use of sugar care
fully,” Johnson said, and appealed to
homemakers to see that their can
ning sugar is used only for the pur
poses for which it is intended.
QUICK RELIEF FROM
SyropOoMM sf DlitfiiiAflilimfrMi
due to EXCESS ACID
| MuatHaApf HWlflC—tY—N»CMb»
Over two mUUon bottle* of IhsWUXABD
TREATMENT hare been aold for relief of
symptoms of distress arising firoasStonaaD
and PuiAwnl Ulcers doe to Imm A«W
Nar Digestion, Soar or Upas* Knout,
Goodness, Heartburn. Sleepioooneoe, oto.
due to Excess Add. Sold on 15 days' trial I
Ask for “Willard's Mottoes" which fully
explain* this troaUaent —tree —al
1 1* i
“Well, I'll tell you! To my taste, I don’t like to be spent unless
my Boss gets his 100 cents’ worth!
< i “I’d rather be sitting in a nice cool bank ready to be lent for * \
, f some constructive purpose—or taking one of those wonderful, , ►
healthful, ten-year War Bond or Victory Bond vacations that
; i bring me back to work fatter than ever—than to be out bustling i [
from hand to hand, always buying things but not always getting
< * my good dollar's worth. f >
, ’ “Today, while goods are scarce and inflation is a danger, I think , ,
you should plan to save me—and most of your ocher dollars—
• , plan to spend me later when FI help buy a house or an education i >
for your children. I'll feel better about that, ... ..i ittt i
»» and so will you." ' f
it it fc* ts* utWi cffarts te U«f jraar Mag «a«ts * *
■—■■■*' ■ Tibii•tfroctJSy M/ UniudSj*Uj Trtstury T
f The Bank of Edenton ’
‘ 1 "SAFETY FOR SAVINGS SINCE 1894” < '
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
J 1 * MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM I >
HrsWi nlii afl i .lt .a .aJ I
FOR SALE SECOND HAND
man’s bicycle. Apply W. Smith,
307 N. Broad St. It*
WANTED—PLUMBER AND HELP
er, with or without tools. Apply
to Horace White, No. 4 Pembroke
Circle or phone 402-J. Itc
FOR SALE—OUT BOARD MOTOR. I
Six horse-power. See W. E. Ma-1
lone, Edenton. lt c j
' B’2xo*4 WILTON RUG FOR SALE—]
Blue background, Oriental .design.
Practically new. Can be seen at
103 West King Street. mar7,l4pd
LOR SALE —ELECI’JUC BROODER,
) in first class condition, 500 capa
! city. Also small electric heater.
W. A Harrell, Route 1, Edenton.
] INSURE YEAR ROUND COMFORT
i in your home with Celotex Rock
Wool. For free estimate, write
( Eastern Rock Wool Insulating C 0.,,.
Box 377, Washington, N. C.
Mar 7,14 pd
I MEND RUNS LADIES’ HOSE i
• which are now scarce. Phone
146-W, Edenton. mar7,l4pd
i~WANT FOUR MEN TO WORK IN
log woods this year. SO.OO per day.
No loafers need apply. B. E. Wins-;
low, Hobbsville, N. C.
FOR SALE - — CABBAGE PLANTS
and onion sets for early planting.
See Halsey Feed & Seed Store, “The
Checkerboard Store,” Edenton, N. C.
BABY CHICKS GOOD QUALITY
Send for Price List and save money
WORTHWHILE CHICKS, 101 Wes
North Avenue, Baltimore 1, Mary
land. exp Mar 14 pd
GARDEN SEEDS. GARDEN FER
tilizers, garden tools. Let us sup-|
ply you this year. Halsey Feed &
Seed Store, “The Checkerboard
Store." exp April 18c
FOR SALE C.ARRISON~WATER
meIon seed. This watermelon is su
perior in cutting, quality and taste
to that of the average watermelon.
Carroll Jordan, Hartsville, S. C.
exp Apr 4 p
keep Tour lawn looking
good with Vigoro fertilizer, peat
mbss, sheep manure, bone meal,]
lawn grasses, al! kinds. We have
it in stock. Give us a call. Phone
273. Halsey Feed & Seed Store,)
“The Checkerboard Store.”
exp April 18c
FOR SALE GIRL’S BrCYCLE,
newly painted, in excellent condi
tion. See Barbara Hollowell, 103
E. Carteret St„ Edenton.
WANTED —WHY WORRY ABOUT
Athletes Foot, Boils, Bums, Eczema,
Itch, Impetigo, Pimples, Psoriasis,
Ringworm or any known skin dis
ease. Ask your druggist about
V-J-O. ex P Mar 21 P
WOOD FOR’"SALE—SPLIT pInE
$3.00 load, sl2 cord. Mixed hard
wood, $3.50 load, sl4 cord. J. A.
Lane, R. F. D. 2, Edenton or L. C.
Burton, phone 215-W. decGtfc
i PIGS FOR SALE—POLAND CHINA,
Chester, white and crossbred pigs,
j Crated and shipped. Herbert W.
Everhart, Keameysville, W. Va.
Having qualified as administratrix
of the Estate of B. F. Holley, de
ceased, late of Chowan County, North
Carolina, this is to notify afl persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Edenton, North Caro
lina, on or before the 4th day of Feb
ruary, 1947, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
) persons indebted to said estate will
, please make immediate payment.
This 4th day of February, 1946.
DELILAH V. HOLLEY,
Administratrix of Estate of B. F. Hol
North Carolina, In The
Chowan County. Superior Court.
Mary Pauline Baker, Plaintiff,
Hudson Baker, Defendant
The defendant, Hudson Baker, will
take notice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced in the
Superior Court of Chowan County.
North Carolina, by the plaintiff to
secure an absolute divorce from the
defendant upon the ground that plain
tiff and defendant have lived separate
and apart for more than two years
next preceding the bringing of this
action; and the defendant will further
take notice that he is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk Super
ior Court, Chowan County, North
Carolina in the Courthouse in Eden
ton, North Carolina on or before the
22nd day of April, 1946 and answer
t or demur to the complaint in said
: action, or the plaintiff will apply to
Witness my hand this 26th day of
E. W. SPIRES,
( Clerk Superior Court, Chowan County,
j J. N. Pruden, Attorney for Plaintiff.