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THE PERQUIMANS T7HEKLY,' HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMEEH 11, 1SC3.
' , i
v Miss' Ruth Adelaide " Nowell , left
Monday for week's visit with Miss
Carmen Morgan," at Chowan College,
Mrs. C. E, Twine, of Norfolk, Va.,
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. J.
. Joseph Nowell, Jr., spent Tuesday
with Hilary Nixon.
!: Ervin Perry spent Monday in Wil
son on business.
C. E. Twine has returned to his
home in Norfolk, Va., after spending
the week-end hert with relatives. -
E. N. Miller spent Saturday in
Norfolk, Va., on business.
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Elliott, of
Chapanoke, was the week-end guest
f Miss Nina Mae Pierce.
CHAPANOKE CLUB MEETS
ftfkThe Home Demonstration Club of
,'"' Chapanoke met Tuesday afternoon at
' the home of Mrs. John Asbell, with
Mrs. Asbell and Miss Gerrie Griffin
as hostesses. The meeting opened
with the Club Collect repeated in
Mies Lillian Bright, in the absence
of the president, Miss Mildred Lewis,
was in charge of the meeting.
Miss Gladys Hamrick commented
on the picnic, and explained the best
methods of canning apples and saur
After the business meeting a so
cial hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Alberto
Ros won first prize in a contest, and
Mrs. George Hall was awarded sec
Delicious refreshments were served.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Henry Elliott.
Those present were Mrs. P. L.
Griffin, Mrs. George Hall, Mrs. John
Asbell, Mrs. J. P. Elliott, Mrs. Henry
Elliott, Mrs. J. C. Wilson, Mrs. Al
berto H. Ros, Mrs. Eula Ferrell,
Mrs. John Symons, Mrs. G. W. Alex
ander, Mrs. C P. Quincy, Mrs. Roy
Pierce, Misses Lillian Bright, Gerrie
Griffin and Louise Wilson.
Mrs. J. H. Towe, Sr, is a patient
at the Norfolk General Hospital.
Miss Mae Whaley, of Baltimore,
Md., is visiting her sister, Mrs. R.
On Wednesday, September 30,
1936, at 12 o'clock M., we will offer
for sale to the highest bidder for
cash, at the Court House Door in
Hertford, Perquimans County, North
25 shares Capital Stock of Kramer
Same beinar evidenced bv oertifi
cate No. 9 issued to H. G. Kramer
and pledged or collaterated with the
undersigned for loan.
This Sent 9. 1936.
HERTFORD BANKING COMPANY,
By R. M. RIDDICK, Jr. Cashier.
Binder and 50-Sheet
Note Book Paper
60 SHEET FILLER
(WAX CRAYONS) 8 Sticks
With your purchase of "Onward"
Loose Leaf Fillers
Loose Leaf Binders
5c- 9c . 10c
' ; 7 25c to 97c i
EVERYONE'S PLAYING THE PIANO
(Above) Jane- Withers, -9-year
old movie star, practices her.
piano, like all good : little girls '
her age. (Right) Believing in
the adage, like father, like son,
George Olson and his wife, Ethel
Shutta. radio stars, supervise the
musical education of their sons,
George, Jr., and Charles.
Hi fc v
The happiest hour of the" day for these girls at Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority house at Northwestern University is when they gather, around,
the piano and . sing. r
HOME MUSIC WINS
CHICAGO. The home won aa
other victory over the night club
That the gin-mad, whoople era
of the late 1920's is definitely
passed and that It has been re
placed with interests centering in
the. home was indicated when fig
ures were revealed showing that
piano purchases have Increased
nearly forty percent . during the
vast year. Almost all of them
were for home use.
Other indications, too, point ta
the fact that young people again
-are spending their evenings in
the conservative pleasures to be
. obtained by community singing.
Another factor which has con-'
tributed to the increase of popu
larity In the piano la the fact
that people again are anxious to
produce tor themselves the'.xnusia
American History at the Exposition
hut- t - i
"Mr. Lincoln returns." An Impressive re-enact-ment
of the pawing of the Lincoln funeral train
across the country bearing the martyred president's
body to its last resting place st 8pringikld. This
scene irons of the high spots from 'The Parade of
the Years," huge drama of American transporta-
tip at the Great Lakes Exposa'at CWeUnd!
Every day thousands of visitors axe vltwlflg tUsinl
tomsely Imereeting pag of te country's hJstoryl
- The Joconwtive b the rSam Kl shtVTM
cbMcm some yean ago and noww tom.Li3
atae rom Htnrjr Ford' mosram
Getting a Job and
By Floyd B. Foster,
Getting the True Perspective
On Your Job
17DUCAT0RS and business
of long experience hav esti
mated that it takes any w hero from
two to ten yours for the high school
or college graduate to adjust him
self to the business world. The more
you can shorten this period of ad
justment, the greater and quicker
will be your success. '
Much of the difficulty of adjust
ment undoubtedly comes from the
beginner's inability to see In its true
perspective both his own Job and
the business he is in. As a result
he may soon become convinced that
the business is dull and without op
portunities, and his own Job mere
routine drudgery. Such an impres
sion becomes an almost unsurmount-
able obstacle to success. -
- Try to see beyond the routine of '
your job to the essential part it
I plays in the functioning of the bus
; Iness. At the same time, by spare
.time reading and study of business
subjects, seek to acquire true pic
I ture of the part the business plays.
in the economic structure. Once-you
have succeeded in this, your own
I work will acquire a new interest :
. and the opportunities your business
' offers wiu become apparent
- No matter how great your Intel"
; ligence or your willingness to work,' ;
.interest in and enthusiasm for your
iterest and enthnsi&m must
throvh knowlece and undri '
inglheae come to few )
pr as a ri't from fcav- m .
(Continued from. Page One) ,;.
Copeland, Miss Fannie Mae Coffield,
Mrs. F. H. Copeland, Miss ; Beulah
Mae Dail, Miss Mary Lamb, and Miss
Ballahack Club Mrs. C. A. Per
ry, president; Miss Elizabeth White,
Mrs. J. M. Sutton, Miss Elisbaeth
Sutton, Mrs. H. P. Harrell, Mrs. H.
S. Lane, Mrs. M. TX Dail, Mrs. Nixon
Hollowell, Mrs. Bennie Monds, Miss
Peanie SUllings, Miss Maude Hollo
well, Mrs. Miles Goodman, Mrs. A.
R. Stallings, Mrs. L.i B. Perry, Mrs.
Wilsoa Hollowell, Mrs. Pailen Lane,
Mrs. Archie Lane, Miss Ruth Hollo
Beech Spring aub -Mrs. W. J.
Perry, president; Mrs. John Lane,
Mrs. Noah Feltoht Miss Mary, F.
Dale, Mrs. J. F. Wfnslow, Miss Callie
Stallings, Mrs. A. E. Layden, Mrs.
John' Hill, v, Mrs. : Beecher Stallings,
Mrs. Vernn Winslow, Mrs. Waylaid
Howell, - Mrs.' D. J.' Rogerson, Miss
Stella Rogerson, '; Mrs. Jarvis Fore
hand, Miss Mary Davis, Mrs. Daniel
Rogerson and Mrs. Ed Boyce.
Durant's Neck Club Mrs, W.
Dail,. president; Mrs. , E. G. Banks,
Mrs. S. D. Banks, Mrs. J, H. Gregory,
Mrs? C. W. Griffin, Mrs.. C. W. Hask
ett, Mrs. E. M. Perry, Mrs. M. M.
Spivey, Mrs. D. W. Simpson, Mrs. R.
L. Webb, Miss Maude Simpson, Mrs.
Guy Webb, Miss Vida Banks, Mrs.
Dan ' '' Simpson, Mrs. Ervin Turner,
Mrs. T. A. Hurdle, Mrs. R. R. Perry,
Miss Rebecca "Webb, Mrs. C. E. Sut
ton, Mrs. J. W. Jackson, Mrs, J.iA.
I ic3 : peas: ccol
OH EIAIJD NOW
Choice quality, 40 to 80 pounds each. You f
see what you buy arid only pay for what you f
I get, according to size; ,
I Prices -1 2Jc to 1 3Jc per vlb. 1
I 104 Years of Service , Quality WerchaiClae KjLt Prices
I J. C B'-clicrd & Co., Sttc.
Sawyer, Mrs. R. L. Spivey, Jr.,' Mrs.
J. B. Whedbes and Mrs. G. L. Turner.
- Woodville Club Mrs. W, A.'Hog
gard, president; Mrs. C A, Bogus,
Mrs. G. , W.f Gregory," Mrs. H. G.
Swayne, Mrs. W. A. Morris, Mrs. C.
A. Cooke,' Mrs. S. D! Godfrey, Mies
Margaret Bogus, Mrs. C. H. Sawyer,
MrsA. Li Godfrey. , - r '
Bethel-Burgess ClubMrs. W. D.
Perry, president; Mrs.' M. T Griffin,
Mrs. Chas. E. White, Mrs. J. B. Bas
night, Mrs. J. M. Fleetwood, Mrs. E.
L. Goodwin, Mrs. T, T. Harrell, Mrs.
J. C Hobbs, Mia, Mary Hayman,
Mrs. Preston Long, Mrs. a T. Phil
lips, Mrs, L A, Proctor, Miss Vir
ginia Umphlett, Miss Gertie Chap
pelL Mrs, Leroy Goodwin, Mrs. Reu
ben Stallings, Mrs. S. I. Cullipher,
Mrs, J. J. Phllltps and Mrs. W. E.
Betvidere Qub Mrs, Bertha Smith
White,' president;1;. Miss Dorothy
White, Mrs. 1 G. L. T Winslow, Mrs. I
Sallie Winslow, 'Mrs. V. & Lane, I
Mrs. N, Q. Ward, Mrs. T, C. Perr
Miss Emma White, Mrs. L. C. Wins'
low, Mrs. Wayland White, Mrs. Chas.
fRogerson Miss Clara White Mrs. S.
M. Winslow, Miss Olive Layden,
Miss Margaret - White, . Mrs. J, M.
Copeland, Miss- Lucy White, Mrs. Ar
thur" Chappell, " Mrs. Louis Winslow,
Mrs, W. F. Smith, Mrs. Julian Chap
pell, Mrs. ; Luna Layden Mrs. Lillie
Mae White, Miss Elsie Copeland, and "
Mrs. Norman Winslow. ';,"' "
Helen Gaither ' Club-Mrs." W. O.
Hunter,, president; Mrs,' Bristow Per
ry, Urs Calrence Dail, : Mrs. J; A.
Madre, Mrs, T, E. Mfldre, Mrs. Claud '
Perry, Mrs. W. L. Madre, Mrs. C. JB
Reed, .Mrs. W, A.: Russell, Miss Ad
die Reed, 'Mies Charlotte Reed; and
Mrs. E. Y.' Berry", f 1
Put a McCormich-Deering
Farmall on Ydtir Farm
Above: The popular Farmatt It operating m " '
McCormich-Deering Hammer Mill.
IF GETilNG more work done if more money in the
bank appeals to you, take a tip from us and put a
McCormick-Deering Farmall on your farm. It is
the ideal power plant with which to farm. You can use
its power through drawbar, belt, and power take-off
The Farmall plants up to 60 acres in a day,
with 4-row planter. In cultivating, with a 4-row outfit!
it cleans 35 to 50 acres a day, and in later cultivatin(JSp
o0 to 60 acres a day. Two-row work in proportion. It
handles aU having jobs, cutting a 14-foot swath with
7-foot power-onve Ifomll Mower and 7-foot trailer
mower attached; also raTes,a loaders, etc. Plows two
furrows, p'jfis all seed-bed implements, and operates
grain and corn harvesting machines.
You can see the Farmall on our floor. Inspect its
features with us and find out how it is possible and
practical to farm without horses when the Farmall is
on the job. .
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CLOVER - VETCH
It Isn't a FARMALL
If It Isn't a McCORMICK-DEERlNG
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