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Friday, November 6,1931
HI Club Martinet
Visitors Here Yesterday
Messrs. H. C. Webb, jr., and L. F.
Riegel, of Richmond, and Mr. Ray
Goodman, of Roanoke Rapids, were
here yesterday in the interest of the
Virginia Electric and Power Com
Returns To Greensboro
Mrs. Edna Holt returned to her
home in Greensboro today after
spending several days with Mr. and
Mrs. James E. King here.
Leaves for Rocky Mount
Mr. Sam W. Harrell, for many
years connected in the furniture busi
ness here, leaves tomorrow for
Rocky Mount, where he will make
his home with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Harrell, jr. His two daughters, Mrs.
Mary Bell Osborn and Miss Thelma
Harrell, are now at home with Mrs.
Fannie Carstarphen, on Main Street.
Mr. T. B. Slade, of Hamilton,
was here yesterday on business.
Messrs. R. W. Herrings, of Fay
etteville, and T. E. Bass attended
the Bailey-Sessoms bankrupt hear
ing here yesterday.
Among those from here attending
the Christian church convention at
New Bern this week were Mesdames
Eva Harrison, Myrtle Brown, J. O.
Manning, Ge«£e H. Harrison, H.
D. Harrison, and B. F. Perry.
Washington, N. C.
Monday - Tuesday
"Secrets of a
Also News and Comedy
Thursday - Friday
News and Comedy
Comedy and Acts
New Low Prices
American Field Fence
7-Strand 26-in., 6-in. Stays $5.85
8-Strand 32-in., 6-in. Stays $6.55
9-Strand 39-in., 6-in. Stays $7.35 r
11-Strand 34-in., 6-in. Stays $7.90
12-Strand 40-in., 6-in. Stays $8.65
Hay Wire 90c
ALL HEAVY WEIGHT
Culpepper Hardware Co.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
I Society & Personals
Mrs. SLBRRT S. PEEL, Editor
| Attends Convention
~ W. C. Manning attended the
f State Convention of the Christian
t. church in New Bern this week.
- In Richmond Thursday
Mesdames Clayton Moore, P. B. i
Cone, N. C. Green, C. A. Harrison,;
and Mr. Jessup Harrison shopped in
r Richmond yesterday.
I From Robersonville
Messrs. Jim Neeley and E. G. An- ;
derson, of Robersonville, were here
yesterday on business.
From Lewiston '
Attorney H. G. Harrington, of
. Lewiston, was here yesterday attend
! ing to professional matters.
| Visitor .7ere Wednesday
Mr. Nat Haywood, of Raleigh, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Crawford
jln Town Wednesday
' | Elder Newsome H. Harrison, of (
Plymouth, was in town Wednesday t
In Rocky Mount Wednesday
' Mesdames E. P. Cunningham and [
I Dick Thornton were in Rocky Mt. I
Visitors Here Wednesday
; Editor Mayon Parker, of the Ber
tie Ledger-Advance, Windsor, was a
business visitor here Wednesday.
' Attend Meeting in Plymouth
I Messrs. W. R. Watson, J. C. An
j derson and Rev. C. T. Rogers at
j tended a Masonic meeting in Ply
mouth Tuesday night.
HINTS FOR HOME|
MAKER GIVEN BY
In the course of their regular meet-j
ings held during the past few months,[
members of the Home Makers' Club
here have developed and exchanged
many household hints. Each of the
hints will prove of vulue to the home
maker, and the members willingly pass,
the information along to readers of
The Weekly Herald. Kadi hint is
credite to the member preparing it,
as follows: I
To keep biscuits and pies from sweat
ing under the bottom; Keep your
plate on the oven to get warm l>efore
taking biscuits or pies up. Then they (
will not sweat. —Mrs. J. C. Taylor.
A linoleum slip cover for a flower
pot.—Take a strip of linoleum long
t enough to go around a can, cut out
a pointed scallop along the top edge, !
I and sew the two ends together to
form a cylinder to slip over the can.
| Paint a bright flower design in every
1 white space of the pattern, and a l>or
! ler along the top and bottom edge.—
Mrs, C M. Hurst.
When tea is spilled on a table cloth
! cover—cover immediately with com
i mon table salt and leave for awhile. —
Mrs. W. H Adkins.
Measuring Molaaaes. —Grease the.
I cup in which you measure molasse f ,i
'and every drop will run out.—Mrs. J.;
] R. Daniel.
If you burn an article while iron
-1 ing— Wet the goods and apply corn-;
j starch to the burned part, rubbing it j
iin well. Allow this to dry and all
traces of the burn will be gone.—Mrs. j
! Lafayette James.
Prying Doughnuts. \ tablesponn-
I ful of vinegar in the lard j
'doughnuts in will prevent them being
| greasy.—Mrs. Walter Roberson.
j To remove spot* from furniture.—
Spirits of camphor will remove spots
! from furniture. Rub with soft cloth
—JL— TUWOAV AWP " ,DAY
13 Anything for |
g Thu Departmaat 3
and polish with oil. —Mrs. V. R. Ful
Fly Specks on Brut. —A flannel wet
I with kerosene oil will remove fly
specks from brass.—Mrs. J. B. Taylor.
Winter Care of Evergreens. —Many
evergreens die if they go into freezing
weather with dry roots, so if you had
, a dry season in your part of the coun
t try, do not forget to water them thor
' oughly. Soak the soil, remembering
j that evergreens will give off moisture
' irom their leaves all winter. If none
i is in the soil, they are sure to suffer. —
Mrs. W. T. Hurst. ,
When taking a shampoo —Rub a bit
of cold cream on the skin around the
eyes, the eyelids, and even the eye
brows. The soapy water will not
trickle and seep into the eyes.—Mrs.
W. R. Taylor.
Date RolL —27 marshmallows; three
5-cent boxes Graham crackers; 1 small
can Pet milk; 1 package of dates; 1
cup nuts. Cut marshmallows and soak
in milk. Roll crackers fine. Mix all
ingredients. Make into a roll. Then
slice.—Mrs. R, E. Grimes.
Baked Apples. —ll) good sized apples
1 cup sugar, 1 cup hot water, 1 table
spoon flour, sweet cream, butter. Pare
. and core apples, cut into halves, and
i place them in a baking dish. Mix flour
| with the sugar and moisten with
icreani. Spread this mixture over the
'apples and place a piece of butter a
Mittle larger than a pea on each apple.
' Pour one cup of hot water in at side
|of the pan. Do not wash
butter from the until
brown and tender. There will be a
■ rich sauce to pour fever the apples aft
er they are carefully placed in a dish.
—Mrs. J. C. Keel.
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NUMBER OF FARM
OWNERS IN STATE J
But 12 Counties Show More
i Owner-Operators Than !
Ten Years Ago
j The University News Letter for Oc-j
tobcr contains some mighty interest-'
ing facts on the decrease of farm own
ers in the State during the past dec
i A table is given, based on the IV3O
census of agriculture, ranking the
counties of the state according to per
cent of increase and decrease in farm*
operated by full owners in North Car
olina during the last decade. Full
owners are farm operators who own
all the land they operate. They may
also own land operated by tenants. •
In only 12 counties are there more ;
farms operated by full owners than 10
years ago, according to the News Let
ter. In 88 counties farms operated by
full owners declined in number. This
is a new experience in North Carolina.
State total of farms operated by full
owners is 115,765, against 131,847 in
IJ2O. Net decrease in farms operat-'
ed by full owners, 16,082, or 12.2 per
cent. Farms operated by tenants in
creased 20,156, or 17.2 per cent.
When he was arrested on a non-sup- •
port charge at Norristown, l'a., 66-
year-old F. S. Orcutt had $1,400 in
fash concealed under a porous plaster
on his back.
DR. V. H. MEWBORN
(Last Visits in 1931)
Robersonville, Tuesday, November 17
at Fulmers Drug Store
at Atlant'c Hotel
Plymouth, Thursday, November 19. at
| O. Henry Dnig Store
Eyes Examined Classes Fitted
Home Office Kinston, N. C.
Home Demonstration Clubs
To Practice Liv
At county-wide meetings of
home demonstration club women
in Jones, Onslow, and Duplin
Counties last week, the women ex
pressed a determination to re
double their efforts for living at
home next year.
"We will sit on the porch and i
rock before we will help to grow
cotton and tobacco for giving a
way next year," some of these wo
men said. "We have put part of
our own lives and those of our
children into these crops, and must
now sit by and sec them given a
way. We will not do it again."
At ea.:h of the county meetings
the club women said they would
try to persuade their husbands and
friends to cut the acreage of cot- *
ton and tobacco by 50 per cent in
1932. For their part, the women
said they would practice more
stringent living at home, would
practice thrift and would endeavor
to find some means of earning ad
ditional income largely through the
J. IV. PERRY
700 FRONT STREET NORFOLK, VIRGINIA
Cotton, Norfolk Peanuts, Suffolk
This old Commission House makes cash loans
up to 80 per cent on Cotton and Peanuts sent to them
to store. Reduced storage charges.
sale of material at curb markets
markets in North Carolina last
and in other ways.
Because of the success attend
ing the operation of the 29 curb
year, the number has been increas
ed by 10 this season. Some of the
new markets have had excellent
success and though the price of
produce has been low, the women
have i.old enough to provide a
steady source of cash income. An
.aysrage of between 40 and 50 pro
ducers have sold on the Durham
and Goldsboro markets through
cut the summer with the average
sales amounting to about S4OO a
week. The Rocky Mount market
has continued to enjoy good
New markets at Morehead City
and at White Lake have opened
income sources to farm women
living about these popular vaca
tion resorts, and the market at
Asheville has also been success
ful, report State College home
i Wheii neighbors became displeased
with the unpleasant aroma that eman
ated from the Brooklyn (N. Y.) apart
, ment of Mrs. L. R. Hyman, SO mice,
7S rabbits, 25 poodle dogs, 4 birds, and
4 goldfish were found to be living in
the rooms occupied by the woman by
the police who made an .investiga
T ell us
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