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THE PERQUIMANS WEZItLY. HERTFORD, N. G, FHIDAY, OCTC?"?. 3, lr.j.
published- W7 .Friday..-t The
Ferqnimana i Weekly. - office in the
Gregory , Building,.. Church Street,
Hertford, N. Gl
.MATTTE LISTER WHrfEILEditor
Day Phone w . ,, . ,' ..88
, Night Phone
Entered as second class matter
; November 15, 1984, at the post office
- at Hertford. North Carolina, undfc
the Act of March 8, 1879.
Advertising totes i&rnished by re
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1935.
THIS WEEK'S BIBLE THOUGHT
FOLIAGE AND FRUIT: I am
like a arreen olive free in the house
: of God; I trust in the mercy of God
for ever and ever. I will praise thee
for ever, because thou hast done it;
and I will wait on thy name. Psalm
FOOTBALL BOYS DESERVE
They -.are a iBlendid bunch of
youngsters, those young fellows--who
are struggling, with the aid of - Coach
Rogers, to develop . inteithtijU
team ox wnicn we may be proud.
Every one is worth his weight in
gold, from Hollowell Nixon, who
wont weigh oyer 125 pounds, to Rob
Morris, who stands six feet two in
his socks and tips the scales at 196
These boys represent the very
flower of the youth of PerquimahT.
All of us feel that way about the
boys, but, frankly, we haven't shown
After all is said and done, the Ath
letic Association of the Perquimans
High School has not had the support
of the local folks. Nothing has more
clearly demonstrated this than the
situation which occurred last Friday,
when the football players were herd
ed intqan open truck on a 90-mile
ride to the point of the football
That was a raw deal. The boys
deserve better treatment than that.
Without regard to the discomfort
the boys may have experienced or
the blow to their pride in being ac
corded so little consideration, the
fact remains that from the stand
point of safeguarding the health of
these youngsters, they should not
have been allowed fb take that long
ride unprotected from the weather in
an open truck. Certainly nobody,
young or old, should take such a drive
following such strenuous exercise as
Coach Rogers is a young man, and
a stranger in our midst. How much
cooperation are we giving him?
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Winslow s Oliver -sWinslow, fMerrCl
Winslow, 'f Leland ' V.'inslow, Sallie
ChappelV Louis Norman Ghappell,
Robert Wilder, Elsberry . Lane, Nor-
man; RidJick.Mt an Mrs iClaude
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Whlteviile Grove W; M7 Tj:ileet)i5
The Woman's Missionary Union of
Whiteville Grove Church met Friday
aftni4 tX tLd Luu.i of Lio P
Laydca. ,Krs. Yf. T. Enith conduct-
ed the devctiunal. The ? le-oon was
given by Mrs. J. A. Chappeil,' Mrs. ?
T. P. Layden. and Mrs. W. T. Smiti '
; ine(, ' Hostess servea, ;canays ang -apples.
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Those present were Mrs. "J. A.
Chappeil, Mrs. W; T. Smith, Mrs. N.
Q. -Ward, Mrs. Maude'Chappellj Miss
Olive Layden, and Mrs. T. P. Layden:
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PRICES OF REPAIR TARTS TOR THE ;
Gordon Cean Harvester.
ARE AS FOLLOWS
'Boxes rHi',, rt rt5r tf? 4
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THS LONGER and more graceful lines of the
1 Ford V-8 for 1936 are well Illustrated In this view of
the popular De Luxe . Tudor Sedan. The new longer
hood extends gracefully . over the attractive sew
radiator grille. Wide streamlined front fenders, with
an imposing flare, shroud the tires and house the
game with Lewiston Friday, at Lew
iston. The boys are sure that they
have a good chance to avenge their
defeat suffered two weeks ago.
. Now, folks, let the 'boys know that
you are back of them by not allow
ing them to ride to Lewiston in a!
The Perquimans Indians suffered s
12 to 2 defeat from Oceana last Fri
day at Oceana.
Oceana obtained their two touch
downs in the first and last quarters.
The Indians took their two points on
a' fumble by Oceana behind their own
line, giving Perquimans a safety.
The boys played an excellent game
on Friday, considering the circum
stances under which they played.
The team was unable to obtain
cars to take the players to Oceana
Only one car was offered, that of
Mrs. E. Leigh Winslow. As one car
was insufficient to take all the play
ers, the matter ended in the players
having to hire an open truck in
which to ride that 90 miles to Oce
ana. If you don't think it is a job
for a team to take that long ride in
a crowded truck and then play foot
ball, to say nothing of the ride back
home after the game, just try it some
time. It took an awful lot of spunk
and backbone for the boys to go
through with it, realizing that the
home folks weren't sufficiently inter
ested in whether or not they played
to help them get a ride to the game.
In the face of this knowledge, how
ever, the Indians did their best
But everybody knows that a foot
ball team needs every bit of the en
couragement and support they can
get if they are going to do their
best, and who knows but that' the In
dians, might not have come out vic
torious, on Friday if they had re
ceived just ft little bit of encourage
' Come"-on, folks, give the boys some
help. The ' neighboring towns are
supporting - their athletic clubs.
What's the matter with Hertford?
The Indians, play their return
FOR SATISFACTORY RESULTS
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SEND COTTON TO
J.;W. Perry Company
at SUFFOLK va.
I": r Safe or Storage and Loans
The next game tSat the football
team will play here will probably be
Friday week. When the Indians do
play again here, how about coming
out and giving the team a big boost
Claude Brinn, captain of last year's
Perquimans High football team, is
playing 4 his year at Fork Union,
where he is at school. Claude played
in Saturday's game against Wood
bury Forest, and Fork Union came
out with the big score, defeating
Woodbury 12 to 0.
Nice work, Claude, keep it up. We
knew you could do it!
The faculty was victorious in the
basketball game between the Hi-Y
girls and the faculty on Wednesday
First Fall Shooting ,
Match Held Today
The first shooting match of the
fall will be held by the Hertford
Rifle Club this afternoon (Friday) at
the rifle range of the club.
The shooting will begin at 2 o'clock,
according to M. G. Owens, executive
officer of the club, and everybody is
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hill, at
their home on Church street in Hert
ford, on Wednesday, October 16, a
daughter, Jo Ann.
M. Copeland; - "The Pisgah Pottery
Man," Miss Emma White. ;v.v.
Miss Gladys Hamrick, County
Home Demonstration Agent, talked
on and demonstrated school lunches.
Miss Dorothy White guessed the
lucky number and) won the lunch.
Miss Olive Layden won a collection
of bulbs in a contest At the close
of the meeting Miss Clara White
distributed bulbs to the members.
Those present were: Miss Clara
White, Mrs. Wl L. White, Miss
Gladys Hamrick, Mrs. S. M. Winslow,
miss uiive Layden, Miss Margaret
White, Mrs. J. M. Copeland, Miss
Lucy White, Mrs. C T. Rogerson,
Miss Uorothy White, Mrs. L. J. Wins
low, Mrs. Ira Winslow, Mrs. V. C.
Lane, Mrs. N. Q. Ward, Mrs. T. C.
Perry, Miss Emma White, Miss Ber
tha Smith, and Mrs. L. C. Winslow.
Mrs. T. R. Winslow entertained on
Saturday evening from 7:80 'til 11:00
o'clock in honor of her daughter,
Mary Elizabeth's 18th birthday anni
The house was beautifully decorat
ed, the color scheme being pink and
white. ' , I
After many games had been play
ed the guests were invited into the
horns behind chromium grilles. New design steel
wheels with 12-inch hub caps are handsome and
easy; to clean. BuckeMype front teats are exception
ally comfortable. This body type, of welded steel like
all Ford V-8 bodies, Is also available without de luxe
appointments at lower cost , v , , M ;
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dining room, where nuts, candy, ice
and , cake were served. A
The Better Homes and Garden Club
met Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Miss Emma White and her
sisters. The meeting opened with
the Garden Club song. The devotion
al was conducted by Miss Dorothy
White, the theme being the Garden
of Eden. At roll call the members
answered with some household hints.
The following program was then
given: "Useful Hints for October,"
Mrs. T. C. Perry: "The Iris." Mrs. J.
Speedy Relief of Chills
Dont let Malaria tear you apart with
its racking chills and burning fever. Trust
to no home-made or mere makeshift rem-
emes. Take the medicine prepared
dally for Malaria --Grove's Tasteu
Grove1! Tasteless CMl Tonic gives real
relief from Malaria because it's a scien
tific combination of tasteless quinine and
tonic iron. The quinine kills the Malarial
infection in the blood. The iron builds
up the system and helps fortify against
further attack. At the first sign of any '
attack of Malaria take Grove's Tuteless
Chill Tonic Better still take it regularly
during the Malaria season to ward off
the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
is absolutely harmless and tastes good.
Grove's Tasteless (Ml Tonic now
comes in two sizes, 50c and $1. The $1
size contains 2 H times as much as the 50c
size and gives you 2S more for your
money. Get bottle todayat any drugstore.
We have selected these impressive
Coats to be featured in our Fall
showing because they are becom-x
ing to every figure, and because
their furs are of the most popu
lar of the year.
We1 have' all -the latest styles and
shades in stock now. .. Come in to
day and . make , your selection.
They are priced from'
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103, Years of Service s. Quality Merchandise . f Right Prices
, .J. G; Biarictiard .Co.
;'"?"Blanehard's" Since 1832' tllv'-! V 4
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cake ; with eighteen
the center Vof the
candles was in
Those present were: Misses Orene
Chappeil, "Lillian Hendren, , Thelma
Baccus, Frances Copeland, Elizabeth
Elliott, Attie.: 'CanDneS'liiii'
Chappeil, SybTe Rogerson, Evelyn
White, HatOe Pearl Nowell, Ruth
Adelaide Nowell, Alice Stallingsfc
Nellie Mae Ward, Edna Winslow,
Clara Winslow, Virginia Winslow,
Miriam Lane, Onella Winslow, Clara
Winslow, and Lillian Ray Perry;
Messrs. Robert Hendren, Charlie
Thomas Rogerson, Walter Nowell,
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