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Friday, May 3,1935.
pim Office
A Iferifeble Bse-rave
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Nccsdinformation Re
smeJM Cotton
The eiffice of L. W . Anderaon,
l county gettt, has been for a long
lime a veryJwwy place. Mrifh the office
force Twkiw at; top speed, but last
eelHeatfl itt vwas really like1 a bee
The antiliettions for eotton con
tfecta wlMhiad been sent to Raleigh-
came in and it was necessary that all
of the more than 60d contracts be
. typed hdhae lUief farmers could be no
tified of theJr; allotment for (he year
and. Jipt ontti farmers
ml they tnHntt'te plant cotoa . right
away. It -would have taken sdm
tiling fflceaweek probacy ten days,
to aret S worl dollei That
wouldn't. Ho. The farmers couldn't
wait tlMttliottdant eottoii. Si
latr. Anderson to6k i look around at
We arallaTfle ttypisti add employed
them all
Then were seven- typewriters going
at top speed imrtSI late Saturday night
They wese tgOmff rUlL day Sunday.
Early lfendayltite-work was all done
and the earos intwd to the farmers
ffotifriwr iQiem Uiey could call and
sign" ' tbs costrttctsT
Senior Fby 'Held
Tcniltt At School
JThe, aesfior ;play,
Charlie. a fflnree-art
''Hert Gomes
. .a
c coxneaozmn.
vilt 1m rinn oittirlt:in the awHtot
ium of the Terquiraaas'High Schoof,
the curtain to siseistfftcOO oWocJu,
The; $m .wfcfch iisdM ftxsi the
erent pIUnlnry tte eonunence
mmt krtiik. 1a sJafto'ibe unusual
ly cleWinft: 5i -Mil (CtJit: JBisse
Vrrinta TlMftar;; . Elisabeth
KnoiHear flie -noaihes.
Thtt aenioist ialda c. -siar include
Bended Wbttei CLan4 iErija, Roth
Nowalli Biar TKlwri JiftiB white,
Gracev' Knowlfis Jrmatt. .Riddick,
illatti Bej:E: IESaWitvEffiott
umd Wjathixacasate
lik Jes iksi nt more
erieoalfi injured whe fas fell on the
onerfcte fayement c, vraiiy
driven ,utomob&e. oa tie ; Certford
Iizabethi Qtyv bihwy: last friday,
eema abmost a: miradai .: -:v.K :?
Th4 yo;;si;:';' miiaf-:i&''4Wd.
& Y, jfimpt or uercOTKj, was a
Daasenger. fat. Cookie WisslowVcajr,
ilri Willow, at the wbed. T1J
4opr aud io l(jtolg me in
an ipt t, cbse itj Mr. Jev
fgU and. was .carried by the no
ineatamff the car sjuite some (Uftanee
. The accident Eappened near.BIiza
lhOh Ctori and he; eyas taken to a
nhrskian &r treataacnt J Painful
skim and fcnri td Us fac, hands
and body w tbeetteut of hi in
jury. ., ' ' :.
Cooke WinsW. on the pthAT band,
received iqaite a .femgYay .hairaj, apr
t,U Juaw& autementv ;
Dr. Luther H, Butler "wsa 'efected
president of r the? . jlertf ord' Rotary
f Club o'TtleBo riigntwb
4? wgulaa-K IWWWi electito ;t:WS5cew
took place at the tclnb., meetings ,Dri
? C. A. Dayenport waa elected ; Heej
j! " president; and Siiaa S'edLeeV'wSie
W. HL X'C FT. 17 J CrF.
H. 0ak;7 fmrf 5teX:t t
p.- that .?-'Tii;''?v- iii 'i :
The. t '..LiiTttf'H. Include A'.
'tThe .f-e wUtake,orer.
thdr duw;s,ei
.":-'tataeiJMi.0- ';
Dr. P-'j. ?
the'r i
of I-'-
L W. Ariderto. County Agent,
announces that th cotton acreage
reduction Contracts art! ffiW ready
for csignatures and state that it
is very important that atf farmer
who signed applications in the
spring come in and sighthe con
tracts now and find vut about
thefr;axrreage. . .
Funeral Held Friday
For Wilson H. Nixon
IWral services for -Wilson Hollo
well "Ntton, 46, prominent Perqui-
maws 'Ctfunty farmer, wereneld from
Holy Trinity Episcopal .Church, in
HertrbrVat 2:30 o'clock an Friday
afteraoon, with the Rev. E.X Jillsooj
rector ff the church, officiating. Bu
rial fJtawed in the familylot in the
chdrclrj'aatd. v- i
Pansearers were: Dr. C-X. Daven
port, T.3N. Darden, C. P. Sumner, Jr.,
Walter 'H. Oakey, Jr. T. ft Sumner;
C P. Btfrris, A. W. Hefre&'and Bus
el .M. Jaitis, of EUiabethXity.
Mr. Wiaron died suddenly!' on Thurs
day morning at 6:30 from a heart at
taelc, . suffered a similar at
tack a few days previously.
Surviving are bis widow, Mrs, Eula"
NewboldNixon; two daugbiers, Mrs;
T. B. Smitij, of Edenton, and MisS
fiula Jflxotf, of Hertford; bne own
sister, Mrs. 'W. H. Hardcastle, of
Hertford; and two half-sisters, Miss
ChariotU.kon,. of Hertford, and
Hiss Hioiie JNlion," of Baltimore,
Md.; and twA half brothers, Irving
Nfaton and fed Nixon, of Hertford.
His step-mother, Mrs. Thomas J.
Nixon, Szj.illao survives. ,
Among tthe out-of-town people
J resent at the luneral were: Mr. and
trs. Edwm' .lNixon. Mr. imA. Mr.
WaltoB Niswn saitd Frank 'Nixon, of
Sunbury; lbs. .Thomas Harmon, of
iiexmgtoa, S. (E; Frank Nixon. Miss
Jttr fli3Saxon Ft8W Mxon,
Mt. and :M ..''3tnsaeS: Jars - Miss
Mary Gaithesv 31m, & ONewbold
and Marshall Jonee, all 6f liaftbth
tyi Wto B. w. iHathawiyj Mrs.
Sidney McMuDan, Mr. apd Mrs. J
, Rr. Hi .Eb. Deoqner4 pastbr: of the
pertfordBaptW- Cow-( iuweaces
thai tba-' lasfe tw raK.Fs in the
series ol sermcaa wUa'4 ft ttreaeh.
ing; ort Sunday- riJ iA not be
aeuverea on ue aatce peviu8iy set. due tS the. fast ht ttere wiU
be . po-service- ai tb cmveb jen Sun
day night May ll as-Mrs ilettpsey
will prea& tb-baecalir4 aernlon
to the graduating! class ef Jb Pet-
kuimans High?, School (hat ' ligftt at
tlie schwl aumtoriunU' ; J
' The sermon announced for tne 12th
wffl therefore, be" delivered on the
WOU and, the other two win ' follow
Grstnmar School
; ; Exerciser Thursday
iACn1enent;," exercises 6f ibe
HertfoM erajnmar school will be
held 4" OB" 1hun4T' morning at 10
' NAtirv.Vtlc niivlm In valiwllirfnrlan.
htfrenee iDardett ia iabtorUn and
Anne Tnllis Felten wiU receive the
serviceTinedaL . ,. ' -ie'-';i-S '
These three students ajid .ttro .oth
ers, Ben Koonce and :NelliefBuiISr,
the' latter-10' being' only'
o aSipomts below.' ttvalei
ranked . between 06 ; and M
wa jonly a iraction of a point'a dif
ference between the HUJ k '
Nan Ward, of the Bethel com innity,
who will enter ,te: first' gri y-iiext
exc'jneq Wedrietdaji HHii O.
i;r Ni.y, county. ealth of ; who
i'j fCuJivl! : tut ; (veSwid clwlc,
8 other trarents-i9't.lav,'n''nor
JiiiU suciaalteetfi' which:
te i f-J eo forth.1 Na who
Ja a ? i Mr; and Zlvs. Cr B. !
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Perquimans QSunty, North Carolina, Volume IL
The following paragraph copied
from the "Under the B-Oine" eelunin
of the Raleigh News and Observer
will be of interest to locflt readers?
Chipper Mr. Browtf, toe- getfona
from Perdufmaha. notined the Mem
bers t the Houstf of a M fry at
Milburnie. "DidT you ijf gentlenteti
of the House?" asked Mrs, Ctiai, M.
Hutchins, of Yaney, who recently la
tfoduced a bilr to pfolllbit legislative
parties to whicb she; as the Only lady,
is not invited.
!' "Since he overlooked the lady front
Yaney," said Representative R. L.
Harris, of Person, "I move that he
be escorted to the stand and made to
At the speaker's order, Mr. Harris
and Mr. Lumpkin brought the retir
ing Tyrolean tunester forward.
Mounting, the clerk's dais, he yodelled
"You-u-u are invited; . eft my Lady,
:ob, nly Lad-y-y." ' Toni; Brown took
his bow itf a gale of applause arid
Mrt. t ft. Shian pftid a Hiirh conl-
plimenV to Che group of wonien wbo
tttt enfployecT ine sewbstf roots at
tue community House tnairitaiiftd by
the' local GltA. Mr. SitMll tii.
VisWtf th Ort
; "It ii the nYdst agreeable group of
women I have ever been associated
with," rjemaifieo' Mrs. Small ne other
day. Net only baa she never beard
one of then make complaint of any
thing, she has never heard one of
them1 make atf unkind personal re
mark, sue salt
Let's be neighborly once more, like
as we used to be,
Going1 visiting friendly like, you and
Let 6 be neighborly more, thinking'
each others thoughts,
Telling each other ottr troubles, and
Helping each other lots.
Let's be neighborly once more, old
fashioned.: rattier thati ne.
Telling the goetf and fergettinf the
mad there is in both me and you.
JLet be nelghbOTlr onee more1 and
snake hands orf in a while.
And if our bands wont reach so far,
let's maice believe and smile,
Let's be neighborly once mote, and
think of each other arain.
And bearing good liews of each other,
let's say it out loud "Ameri."
"The freair Wtmr said Mrs. C. P.
to herself, as the strarijre
smmr matr in th seat next ttt the
tM to whieb she was sitUfir. in the
wronna Theatre In ElisabetK City,
leaneeV ere' and peered dirtttJr into
her face, - Tbman mr th other side
Mr the- youBg fellow srfekered then,
ana mrs. jiome reajlxed, as her eyes
Sw a- litti more accustomed to the
kened. theatre' that her son, Rob,
and bia daddy were her neat neigh
bors. Mrs. Morris had gone to the
show-wHh- some friends MAh'f
mow the rest of the fainily bad come.
If you want to see a. cute bo v met
a ticket for "Hera Comes Charlie"
ana see MAttie Bert- Relfe
AH Bag-e Of Local
People Stolen On Trip
Mrs. R, H. Willis, who left Hert
ford last weak for Greeneastte. Inrf
w Vint ner brother, Dr.- William S.
Biancbard, had the misfortune to lose
her traveling; bags containtog all her
new spring and summer clothes. Not
only were Mrs. WiW bags stolen,
one au oi me Baggage i belonging to
DT Biancbard and, hie. wife, with
whbm Mrs.-.WUlis ; was: makingrr the
XA VThebagi' were stolen firom: the
cte while the car was barked on a
street of Charlotte during the early
evemngi .--, -t.;--.
The thief . removed tbe batra-aare
from the car. the doors of which were
locxea, py cutting: a hole in the auto
mobile. . .
Mtiaocr nuucnai may
The Hertford Rifle. Club of Hert
ford has been granted: a charter by
the- Nttnd J rl:: ' AsiotiaUon,' the
national - goternir. tody' of tLe sport
of rifiei sljeotin accdrdiajr- to a an
nouncement. madaLtodav. rat tin Wd.
qurters-tthe associatioir In f Wash-
inronD. v ::mm:
The ofScerlf thtt'ttew clubr J.
Eds'ar' KSrr'FtSSltttr-'FT JoluM
sort vice presidnti Wv H Oakey, Jr.,
tr53urerancl Jj&J . Owena, extcu-!
tive1: oCr.1 :v -M&i-i 'i- !
Tie club is One of about 2,800 ac
tive rifle and piatrl sioot'r? clubs af
f." Jed with the National Rifle Asso
ciation. , , ' V
County Women Desire Employ
Home Demonstration
Through Capitol Keyholes
WATCH DOG Senator U. L.
Spence, of Moore, is the legislative
watch-dog of the State Highway
fund but as chairman of the Senate
roads committee he is keeping busy
fighting the diversionists. Senator
Spence shyed away from the bill to
give the Highway Commission au
thority to pay Dare County some
thing in return for tolls it now re
ceives from the Roanoke Island
bridge. The State would make the
bridge toll free and the county would
fuse the annual State payments to re
tire bonds. Senator Spence feared
this might be used as a lever to obli
gate the State Highway fund to pay
other county bonds.
I SECRETS The joint conference
committee on the biennial revenue bill
decided it Would rather work without
benefit of publicity and barred new
papermen. The committee' members
toblf pledge not t dtseiottt what
happened in the session until their
rprt was made. But an hour after
the adjournment newspapermen had
little difficulty in learning what action-waa
taken and the public was
duly informed. And they talk about
women being unable to keep a secret.
Waynick, chairman of the State High
way and Public Works Commission, is
getting worried about the condition of
some - of the "Dermanent" roads in
this State. They are going to pieces'
in a great many places and Waynick
fears that the time may come when
Federal aid money will be cut off and
the State win find itself with a lot
of broken doWri roads and no money
to repair them. 1 am going to in
sist on' sturdin'ess rather than mileage
in our future road construction,"
WayniekaM, with' a view to making
What hai&vpTfaeed rbats you now
have actually "permanent."
PAY BOOST SUte Treasurer
Chas. M. Johnson is going to get a
raise' in pay frotri MJBOO to $0,000 an
nually the first of next year as a re
sult of a bill passed by the General
Assembly. That's a nice little lift
but the State" Treasurer has riot had
a pay increase inf the past 14 years.
Arid the last Legislature dumped all
the work of the local government in
his lap.
STILL THERE Although th
sound arid fury over the Rayburn bill
iri Congress (which would give the
Federal power commission almost
plenary authority over all power
companies) the measure remains a
matter of major legislation. and Re
presentatives and Senators are con
tinuing to receive protests from the
folks back home. Some people re
member that turning the matter of
railroad rates over to the Interstate
Commerce Commission didn't help
North Carolina arid they do say the
same people and a lot of others fear
the result if the Rayburn bill should
become law.
Pou, Raleigh attorney and son of the
late Congressman Edward W. Pou,
went to bat in a radio talk against
diversion of highway: funds. Mr. Pou
enumerated the many: taxed that go
te make the burden already on the
motorists of this State and predicted
dire things for your road if diversion
is increased,
ABSENTEE This Legislature has
turned thumbs down on every move
te reform State-wide absentee voting.
The hue' and try aftidnir the law
makers is that corruption in absentee
voting is greatly : exaggerated and
that it isreat blessing to many
voters who otherwise would be unable
to cast their ballot Nevertheless,
there ha been more' opposition to
absentee voting in, this Legislature
than in any of It'te1ioiri ,The
trend at present seema te be against
m sort of uojj;v-'r
WARY -J- Senator Paul D. Grady.
of Johnston, is ail "admltfed candidate
for? Lieuteoant' GoVerhdrin'tiie pri
maries next eiaSdaBiBeleeted
toi preside oyerh Senile" wimfflittee
of the whole during consideration of
the biennial reveriue bill. When the
roUwai eaUed-eri eOTtrbve mease
urea the. clerk, suppeet i senator
Grady's name. hWapenn; noted
thw laetf aiw- wiz -tie tiersr nanc
Whereupon, Mr. Clerk said he skipped
Siastor C: -ifi . niJit' ori; purpose.".
The chain:--a ef a committee haa a
riglif to 'vote' on 'all questions. , - -
Number 18.
DOING WELL Senator Carroll
Weathers, of Wake, is guite a young
man and a first-termer in the General
Assembly but is keeping his feet on
the ground. He was quite disturbed
about the Justices of the Peace sys
tem in the State but his corrective
bill didn't get to first base. But later
it was Senator Weathers who offered
the revenue bill amendment repre
senting a compromise on sales tax
food exemptions. It broke the dead
lock on the money bill, something un
usual for a first-termer to get credit
TEAM The Washington grapevine
reports that Congressman Lindsay
Warren has beeri listening to sugges
tions that he team up with Clyde R.
Hoey, Shelby Democratic war-horse
in the primaries next spring. Mr.
Hoey would be taking care of the
gubernatorial votes and Mr. Warren
looking after the Senatorial votes,
according to the report The dopes
ters figure it out that Hoey would
Kelp Warren in the west where he is
weakest and Warren would return the,
favor in the east. But somehow Ra
leigh is' not coriviriced that Congress
man Warreri will give up the certabi-
ity of Ms1 seniority iri' the House for
the uncertainly of unhorsing Sena
tor Josiafa W. Bailey.
observers are' of the definijte opinion
that Representative Tarn C. Bowie,
the whirlwind frorii Ashe County, is
entertaining ideas of opposing Sena
tor Robert Rice Reynolds in the pri
maries of 1938. The Ashe man is
said to have mentioned the matter
behind closed doors on occasions and
last week he took an opportunity to
publicly praise Speaker Robert Grady
Johnson as the all-time champion pre
siding officer of the House. Mr.
Bowie supported Representative W.
L. Lumpkin, of Franklin, for the
Speakership in January. Speaker
Johnsori is said to be something of a
political heavyweight in the eastern
part of the State.
POURED OIL During the 1933
session of the Legislature the State
Department of Conservation and De
velopment was the object of almost
constant attack- Then Governor
Ehringhaus appointed R. Bruce Eth
eridge, of Manteo, as director' of the
department. Now Mr. Etheridge had
long been one of the most popular
members of the General Assembly
and has become one of the best liked
individuals in Raleigh. Result: not
one word of criticism of the Conser
vation Department has been heard on
the floor of either House this session
and bills with departmental endorse
ment have experienced smooth wa
ters. A good general knows how to
pick good lieutenants.
STRANGE It has been no secret
that in the past Representative Tom
C. Cooper, of New Hanover, has been
no friend of the parole system in
general.' Yet in this session Mr.
Cooper has introduced and fought
hard for a bill to revise the entire
parole set-up, and taking much au
thority from the Governor. A lot of
people around the Legislature are
wondering why this sudden change.
Pre-School Clinics
Held In County
The pre-school clinic is being con
ducted in the county this week, with
Dr. G. E. Newby, county health of
ficer, in charge.
.. The first of the clinics was held at
the Hertford grammar school on
Wednesday; and on Thursday the
physician was at the Wihfall school,
and. also at New Hope.
On Friday ''morajnjg' the clinic will
be1 held at the Belvidere school. Chil
dren'' front ' the other1 schools ' in the
eourify; afrv'giihettnc at the 'nearest
:noor ax wmen we clinic is eon-
irted.' -
The nre-school clinic is held annu-
fy 4n orVTer that children' who have
ivflicil' defects mav receive treat
ment for 'their eoTrectibn. before" en
terfhg school
j Mrf" Janfe Bltfott,' who underwent
tmf operation at a Norfolk hospital in
January," and who" ha been confined
to her bid 'eerlliiee her return; was
taken bac to 'the" hbspm ton' Wed
riesday v for" trement antf poifiTuly
for another 'operation. ,
$1.25 Per Year
Representatives From
Townships to Appear
Before Commissioners
Economics Association
Seeks 100 Per Cent
Representative women from the
various townships wiU gather in
Hertford on Monday and appear in a
body before the Board of County
Commissioners, to ask for the; em
ployment by the county of a home
demonstration agent.
At a meeting of the Perquimans
County Home Economics Association
held at the Community House in
Hertford on Saturday tins matter,
which has for a long tiiie been one
of the chief aims of the organisation,
was particularly stressed, arid each of
the various clubs of the county which
make up the association was asked to
appear one hundred per cent on Mon
day. Mrs. M. f. Griffin, of Bethel, presi
dent of the association, presided at
the meeting.
Two county home demonstration
agents, Miss Eugenia Patterson, of
Washington County, and Miss Vir
ginia Edwards, of Curritpek County,
were present and each made interest
ing talks.
Miss Patterson gave an tline of
present day home demonstration
work and its application to the home,
and an interesting history of home
demonstration work.
Miss Edwards told of the particular
work which has been done recently in
her own county.
Miss Pensie Ward gave a recitation
"The Living Room," and Misses
Eloise Keaton and Comie Lee Ward
sang an amusing song, "Watermelon."
Mrs. Thomas Nixon, 'chairman of
Better Homes in America, told the
women about slip covers and made
some demonstrations.
Plants and flower seeds were ex
changed by the women and fancy
work exhibited. ,
Club members throughout the
county are requested to be present
oil Monday to appear before the com
missioners Perquimans High's
Class Day May 15
Fenton Butler will deliver the vale
dictory address at the class day exer
cises of the Perquimans County High
School on Wednesday, May 15.
The exercises will open with the
singing of a chorus by the graduat
ing class and this will be followed by
the salutatory address by Miss Joyce
Miss Lucille Lane will rive thc
class. history, which will be followed
by a solo by Miss Dorothv Man
Patricia Stephens will give the class
The class prophet. Miss Mattin
Bert Relfe, follows with the pro
phecy and Miss Grace Knowles will
present the gifts.
There will be more sineine bv the
class before Clayton Thompson, class
president, conducts the installation of
officers, and then will follow tjie vale
dictory address.
Two adorable youngsters. Lois
Winslow and L. C. Elliott, are the
Masons And Friends
Enjoy Fish Fry Tuesday
The members of the Perquimans
Lodge of Masons and a few of their
friends enjoyed a delightful fish fry
on Tuesday night.
Those present included T. S. White,
Rev. D. S. Dempsey, Crafton Math
ews, Lawrence Towe, Julian A.
White, Charlie Skinner, . Linwood
Skinner, T. E. Raper, a W. Morgan.
E. W. Lordley, Claude White. B. C.
Berry, J. H. Towe, Simon Ruteni
berg, Alfred Williams, A. WvR6ttgV
ton, Charles .Johnson, Charles E.
Johnson; P.' L. Stepnens, D.1 J.' Frit
chard, D. F. Reed, Mark Gregory,
Rev. B. P. Robinson, Sammie Sutton;"
Jele Campen; Sr., ft & Vicky Ju
Perry,1 Grady Morgan,- James S; Mm
Nlder, a R. , H6bneir, ' L C. Buck,
GustaV Koch and V. JL Hbldren.
,t " i r r
e WesleyBiW Was of the'.
lOdist C&tttfcV of which Rev.: B,J,
.. .Aire
E.1 RobinBofl'
a del!
y 1 rooi' of thehurdtT;
on Monday niuL

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