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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD. C, FRIDAY, SbPTEMBkK II, vun.
nual meeting of the. Federation, the
members were urged "'to discour
age the use of billboards by not
purchasing, insofar as possible, those
products thus advertised, unless the
signs are small and blend into the
The cooperation of farmers, mer
chants, chambers of commerce, wom
en's clubs, and other civic organiza
tions is being sought.
The Federation also went on re
cord as endorsing the soil-improvement
program which replaced the old
AAA, and pledged the support of its
The members, composed of home
demonstration club women over the
State, were asked to continue their
stand for world peace, and to do
what they could to Becure a traveling
library truck for each county in the
Since money has been appropriat
ed for aiding crippled children, the
State Health Department has asked
the cooperation of home demonstra
tion club women in locating these
The Federation recommended that
club members give all assistance
j SAVORY. RICE - .V '
Vt pound bacon,,,
8 1-4 . cups strained tomatoes or
2-3 cup rice, uncooked ,
3 tablespoons chopped green pep
pers 3 tablespoons chopped onion
1 teaspoon salt
1-8 teaspoon pepper
Cut the bacon in small pieces and
Oppose Sign Boards
A general "boycott of products ad
vertised on 'large, outdoor sign
boards is being pushed by the North
Carolina Federation of Home Demon
Declaring war on outdoor adver
tising, the Federation stated that
large signs not only mar the land
scape, but they are also a serious
menace when they distract the at
tention of. automobile drivers.
CHILLED LOAF, FOR HOT DAYS
fry nearly crisp in a skillet. Pour
off half the bacon dirppings, add to
matoes and remaining ingredients,
then place the cover on. Cook cover
ed for 45 minutes on a slow fire.
In resolutions adopted at the an
possible in this work.
School Bays Are Here Again
You Will Find "BLANCHARD'S" Stock Most Complete
LfjV VU ail auiiwicvii waves o
, a new? recipe combining Brazil
nuts, ham and potato salad. And
when the. dish -finally is decked
iwith lettuce, tomato and cucum
ber, it has appeal to the eye as
well as the. taste.
Simplicity-itself in the mak
ing, it is adapted to the warm
est days of summer days when
refrigerated food is most re
Chilling the loaf thoroughly
for several hours in an automa
tic refrigerator is new trick for
the cook who- usually thinks of
baking meat loaves. Instructions
for making the new dish are:
Marinate potatoes and onion in
French dressing for a half-hour,
Add Brazil nuts and enough
mayonnaise to moisten. Mix well
and then pack half the. potato
salad in a medium-sized bread
pan. Mix ham, mustard and
enough mayonnaise to moisten,
and then spread over potato sal
ad. Pack in remaining potato
salad and chill mixture in re
frigerator several hours.
Serve on a chop plate gar
nished with sliced cucumbers,
sliced tomatoes and romaine or
BRAZIL NUT LOAF
1-4 cup French dressing,
1 sliced onion.
3-4 cup sliced Brazil nuts.
1-2 pound ground cooked
1 teaspoon prepared mus
tard. Sliced cucumbers.
Romaine or lettuce.
Another refreshing recipe com
bines the delicate flavors of Bra
zil nuts, apples and celery in a
fascinating salad. The approved
BRAZIL NUT, APPLE AND
11-2 cups diced apples, 1-2 cup
sliced Brazil nuts, 1 1-2 cups fine
ly chopped celery, Mayonnaise
or boiled dressing.
Mix apple, celery and nuts
with mayonnaise. Serve on let
tuce and garnish with watercress.
Miss Ona Mary Stephens and her
brother, Creighton Stephens, have re
turned to Elon College, to resume
Miss Elizabeth Stephens will leave
Friday for Red Springs, where she
has accepted a position as teacher.
Barbara White, of Franklinton, is
the guest of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. A. White.
Dr. J. P, Whedbee, of Suffolk, Va.,
spent a few days in Hertford this
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moore and their
little daughter, Pat, of Norfolk, Va.,
are guests of Mrs. Moore's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sutton. - -
Mattie Gatlintf .White, of
ileurh. is spending , a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L A.
at Yadkinville. He was accompanied
home by Mrs. Zachary and Nancy,
who spent a month in the mountains
of Western Carolina.
Mrs. J. W. Speight has returned
to her home at MocksviHe, after a
visit to her sisters, 'Mrs. - Nathan
Tucker and Mrs. Thomas Nixon. 1
Dr. John Zachary returned Monday
from a week-end trip to his old home
Miss Jeannette Perry, who recent
ly underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis, is now convalescent.
Miss Helen Gaither has returned
from a visit to Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Riddick and
family spent the week-end at their
Nags Head cottage.
Miss Dorothy Elliott left Wednes
day for Wflliamston to resume her
duties as teacher.
' Mrs. Dick Potter, who has spent
the past several weeks with her
mother, Mrs. Ziegler, at Florence, S.
O, has returned home, accompanied
by her infant son.' -
' Miss Pattie Dimmette left Wednes
day to enter GreenBboro College at
. Preston Chappell has returned to
Wake Forest College to resume his
By WELL EOCIJ
18 la k BeotflhmiA il
in Chicago, and he hat a radio,
ire was a lot ox conversation at
club ona day about radio stuff,
iTfr r i t
but Sandy didn't join in. Ona of tht?
i fellows says, " "Sandy, you got a
v radio, ain't you?" - - r 4-
. "Aye, I got one."- -
"Well, don't you listen in on tha
programs every night? r-.- ":!
; , No. I dinna want to burn out ma
ey's worth out of the radio -,
mr ,y ijii uib uauua - a. du w kv
" to church. But now I turn on the
, radio. 'There's nine morniny str
. ' vices, and two at evening. I turn
from one to the other when they're
: taking tne eouecuons, ana i .ag
. Ine I'm givin' a dollar in each bss
J ket grea feeling, and w
Wtta' tOO." , , -
iln.' R. W." Smith"' suffered
broken, ankle when" she slipped and
Talking Fish at Expo
i DALLAS, Tex-Now H's the talk
ing catfish. ' , - ,
' Two of this type of catfish were re
ceived -recently at the Texas Centen
nial Exposition Araarium. -
J They wori.'that cognomen because of
the .peculiar noises:, they make when
they are taken from the water. .
The fish were discovered in the Am
azon river, and procured bf the Aqua
rium from a New York importer.
SUNDAY' SCHOOL CLASS MEETS
,fThe ! Judsori ' : Memorial Sunday
School Class of the' Hertford Baptist
Church met .Friday .evening with
Mrs. 'D. M.' Jackson at her home on
Grubb Street. - f.'vr t
Members ' attending were v Mrs.
Charles Johnson, teacher; Mrs; D. M.
Jackson Mrs. Tommy Miller, Mrs.
Sidney' Layden, Mrs. Kermit Lane,
Mrs.- Josiah Elliott, . Misses Ellen
Chappell; Lucille Sutton, Catherine
Campen, Margaret Madre.'Edna Lay
den,, Mattie Fowler, GubsJo 1 Wood,
Mattie' Lon Lane, and "Lizzie Lee
Homer.- :vl', , ..
Visitors were Mrs. Dallas White,
Miss Miriam Nixon, Miss Elisabeth
Nixon. Mrs. Bob Layden and Mrs.
Sidney Layden, Jr. , ' v ,
After the program a social hour
was enjoyed, after which the hostess,
assisted by Mrs.' Tommy Miller and
tlrs. Joeiah Elliott, served a sweet
course. " ' '
New Comfortable Shoes
for Boys and Girls
HERE are the shoes that will keep young
feet better shod, and permit them to grow
more healthfully. Sport and dress styles in
new grained leathers, patent leather and
BOYS' ALL WOOL
IN FANCY PATTERNS
Slip Over and Full Length
1 ALL SPORT BACK MODELS
98c to SI .98
Knickers and Longies
CHECKS, STRIPES AND PLAIDS IN
WORSTED AND CHEVIOTS
90c $1.90 :2.98
'.That are made 'for service and long
. wear Tweeds and Worsteds with dark
1 patterns predominating
COTTON SCHOOL DRESSES
(or all the Girls
$1.00 and $1.98
Dark colors for little girls as well as grown ups, is the smart thing
in cottons. Smocking is new and flattering and other contrasting
touches are of white. Dark red, blue, green, rust and wine are the
shades that will be worn by smart little girls sized 6 to 14 years.
When Fall Days Are Cool . . .
Wear a Sweater
No mussing of curls or braids with a button-down-the-front
coat sweater. Of course, there
are the pull-overs if you want them. Sizes 6 to
12 years ... in light and dark colors.
98c and $1.98
What the Boy, will Wear
Young son John still wears two-piece
suits but he, too, features vegetable
tints combined with white. They are
"safety colors" when he crosses the
street. Suits in sizes 2 to 6 years at
Such necessaries as Art Gum, Pen Holders, Rules, Composition
Books, Tablets and Pencils.
1 104 Year of Service ,:"',"
VA P -m. AWr.HARD & COMPANY- Inc.
1 ., ft .,Wt..wu-si4 T : ' J :
4c to 10c
11 size to large Brief C
25c to 49c
ticil Sets. Mechanical Pe
19c to 49c
School Bags from small size to large Brief Cases in styles for both
boys and girls
Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets. Mechanical Pencil that propels and
repels its leads. Various colors
BOYS' KNICKER SOCKS
THAT ARE SURE TO PLEASE
15c " 19c 25c
A Full line of Underwear, Ties, Shirts, Etc.
Quality Merchandise Right Prices
filanebard'" Since 18S2
HERTFORD, N. C.
fell at her home in Hertford on wea-
The" October meeting: will be held
with Mrs. Bill Boyce, ,
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