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J rJake Your Hat Fit Your I v ;nality J
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a lot la r
a a a. l ir ct the pouk
,try DTt-ent ct U Purina Mills.
vay you loos i it,- ne says.
" "t! bulaecs cf ralclng cfclcv-!is
. ;"!' f t a I"t of food, common r -e;
v u t a ro of It v.;a L.s,
! i lr. - Ji PtvmnnMi Pnri- - an.1
... -V- ..:.Jc' a J ChoCa Island Ee'x There
.. are eu-tscvb In New rrslacl as well
; v i jti In tie Couth and Vejt. , There ara
s ' 1 r-jf-l. took iKo jaeilertwhtt the
bre:i or the ' section of he country,
iui c-zerence is usually m tne common
, 'aense or tae man Demna tea nem."
- In 'getting.: the most ' rromf hewi
t iiarougo in. , winter,- jonnson aua
, -attention to what he terra the 8-polnt
; common sense plan of -making nana
-. " ." question himself oa each of John
aon'a eight points to see if his flock
i iim gciuug cnanca m lay winter
'eggs. Poultry raisers need not co to
; jany great expenaa In making the ne-
jeessary changes that will pring about
(toe feslred conditions tor health In the
floe and extra n In the nest alt
through the winter. Sometimes Just a
little remodeling or Just a change, of
.ration la au mars required:
. 1 niv : hAn.' Miml A'dlM, : 'MUM.-
' fortable, . well-ventilated ... place
i to ttn&M&-wz'P? ' ' '
(2) Don't overcrowd allow Z
; to 4 square feet of floor apace
per bird. ; . - . ' v
(3J See that . birds have plenty of
hopper and water fountain
(4) Prorlda 12 to U nests for each
100 nana gather eggs 8 times
. i 31 iEeep, things clean.
. j. 0)4 Cnll put - diseased, week, or
, - poorly- dereloped - birds; also
' ! ' birds that persist in laying eggs
'!! of Inferior quality. U v ,
" h' CO User artificial lights to lengthen
the feeding period In winter, .
; (8) 3e sure, that the laying mash
contain puratene ' (Provitamin
A) so that the layers In winter
will get enough Vitamin A. for
i .. springtime . health and spring
V time productton. -
t Eighty Milea Daily
Salt Lake Clty-TraTellng 80
miles a day by train to attend the
University ? of Utah does not , pre
vent Tlrgll -James, Uthe guard,
from being the outstanding player
on the Tarsity basketball aquad. :r
James baa proved the sparkplug
of the Utea during the entire aea
aon regardleaa of the fact that he
commutaa from Wa home In Ogdsn.
He tumbles out of bed every mom
tng at B a. m. to catch the train
to Salt Lake City.
Entitled to railroad past be
cause hla father, Albeit James, Is
locomotive engineer . for - the
Union Paelfle, the Badakln ace
found It mora economical to live
at -toM&wvyyteito v
t The two boors ha spends on the
train are used to study or catch a
few extra wtnka of sleep.
Water for Senators
- CoaU Abore 7t0C0
Washington. Senators - drank
mora than 7,000 worth of mineral
water during the fiscal year ended
Jane 80, 1839, and spent over f 1,000
for Ice to cool their beverages, the
annual report of the secretary : of
the senate showed. The report also
showed $205,375 for miscellaneous
Items, including about $660 for pa
per cups, $2LflO for six feather dus
ters, Jfl2 for silver plating the wa
ter pitcher In Vice President John
N. Garner's office,1 and $700 for
keeping the clocks wound and In
good condition. ' ,
Baby Rain Maker
, xmo arwcie ot. clothing more
: definitely marks i man than his
hat, yt so few men observe even
the simplest style rules, .declares
, Chrrl-s Kaesshaefer,' notei hit
.aei'.-Tiftr.ior men. know reo-le
i know there is no ga quicker to
proauce.a than a hat that
does noV fit . 1 i Y.'ynii is famous
'?ior- ii:s;.m-;!Rea.,.,;-',.t"'i,j;i -t,r
Onlyt a' sansll rerccnV Of men
rea3ue:. tht teir hat "can inter-
. ' ea streef;c6mer and watch the
? tall men.ivith , perky little hats:
ftnd',.the .small ,jpen with huge
, Stoppers stream .blissfully, by,
What every person really wants?
continues Mr. Kaesshaefer,' who
for the past twenty ; years has
- designed hats for, the John B.
i Stetson Company; is a hat that
' suits and betters him. For in-
stance, if you are tall and on the'
gooa crown neient and a medium
' i brim in your bats. i If you are
short and compact thereby all
"means wear a wide brim with a
medium crown, H you -don't
lyour hat will look skimpy, - The
short islim type should cling to
small crowns and small brims,
while the tall solid man needs
- i Just Jhe opposite. . . -
; Give your coloration a break
r n choosing a hat, Mr. Kaes
1 - shaefer urges. If your 'Com
plexion 't is v jpuddy, tans - and
browns are your best bet. ,You
even risk, looking comical in a
gray . r If you are pale, stick to
grays and greens, but don't wear
black. It will give you the sol
emn and t macabre undertaker
tinge. If you are one of those
lucky ones that has an olive
r complexion, 'you can take prac-
'Mr. and Urs, F. T. lohnaon spent
the week-enu with friends at Manteo.
Mr; and Mrs.' .W. H. Pitt and" their
young' son; Howard, spent a, few days
laat- reek In Durham, visiting Mr
and Mrs.' Clinton W. Toms. ;
Mrs. Giles Komegay and her little
daughter, Paula, of Burgaw, are vis
iting Mrs. Kornegay's ; parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. R, Winslow, s
Russell Winslow has - returned- to
Washington, D. where he holds a
position after spending sometime
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Winslow. j ; - "' , c '
R D. Elliott, Jr.,' of Ahoskle, spent
several days in this vidnlty this week
and was the guest of his parents for
short time. , -
Mrs. M. S. ElUott left Sunday to
Join her husband at North Platte,
Nebraska, where she will remain for
six weeks.-- " ' v .' ' -.
Mrs. Willie White . and her small
son, William Edward, lormer Hert
ford residents, who now live at Man
teo, are spending the week with. Mrs.
White's parents, Mr. and Mrs., W. E.
Mathews, near Hertford. " .
Miss Ruth ' Davenport f spent' the
week-end in Elisabeth City with her
parents, Mr.- and Mrs. Warren Dav
enport -y -j ,? A , -f ; ; V '
John Everett, formerly a private in
the U. S. A, and stationed at . the
Manfla Air Port, ha returned homo.
after aa absence ; of ... nearly ; three
years.M v,f N ",
. Miss Esther Evana, who has Spent
her vacation at her home In Cl.Jwan
County,- has returned to- tal e over
bet dntietf as a nclzx it C,3 Per
quimans High School- faculty.: i .-' '
Mrs. T. --C. Elanchard , and I Miss
Kate M.r Blanchard have returned
from visit to Mrs.. -C. T. Yarbor-
ough, at Louisburg. ' , " ".""J
Mrs; John Lane-and Mrs. aI J.
Parrish' spent last week in Norfolk,
Va, viaiting relatives.
.Alphonso Ward left Sunday for
Fork Union Military Academy, where
he will be eT student this year.. " .
' Mr. and Mrs'. J, R. Futrell and
Richard, Jr spent the week-end with
I.'rs. Futrell's parents, Mr. and Mrs-
, fret their, personality.- r To , see
. .hw preyt v. hat .misf.ts are,
f '1 .tr-tj 5't- T is -to iit'ln 'a
V -f. ".
Charles Ea?-1 r, noted men's', '
tically any shade, but pearls and r
grays ought to suit you best-
y Give,v your hat " some care. .
jNever. stuff it. on your head ilW.
you want it to avoid that "slept -"
in'V Jookc5 . Always ' put' it on
"fore and oaft" never bv crrab.
bing the crown.' ' ,J - ,
t Reckon with your personality
When you get a hat, concludes .
Mr. Kaesshaefer. Are you con- t- -servative
or just bit on 1 $he -.breezy
'side? r Are you tall or '
short, round or thin? - Are ,you "
one. who takes-life asy or are,
you always on trie go: no mat- '
ter what your type there is a hat v
for you. - Give your x hat its - ;
share of attention and the world '
will see that there is something
more on your heact than a mass
of shapeless felt to tell you by.
Rob Morris left'londay for Fork
Union Military 'AcfcUemyV where he
will he student-tLis yearn t - ,
Miss Ruth Nachif an ,, ieft Monday
for Greensboro. Ela" will, be stu
dent at N. C, G W, this year. .
Walter IL Oake,- Jr and ii,' d.
Owens have returned home after at
tending tho National Rifle Matches
held at Camp Perry, Ohio, , ,
' Mrs. "J. v.H. Towt .. Sr- retnrned
Sunday from NorfoPb -Va, having
been a patient for several days at
the. Norfolk General Hospital' Her
condition is much. Improved, .,, s '
.. Mrs. A. F. Jordan, who underwent
an operation some 'week ago at the
Albemarle Hospital. Elizabeth City,
is recuperating at her . home on
Church Street , cn "x v u ;
L. W. Anderson and his two chil
dren; j Marie and : 'Jackr .. spent " the
week-end with relatives in Raleigh.
They Were accompanied home by
Mrs.' Anderson, who had spent sever
al days with her niother. ' , r ' ,
' Miss Ruth Sutton, of Norfolk, Va.',
is visiting Mrs. , T. E. Raper - this
week. S,t v r , " (
Mrs, W,! G. Gaithervhad'as guests
over the week-end Mr. and Mrs, R. B
Albertson, o'fx Portsmouth, "Va., and
Mr. and Mrs, G. B. Lewis, of West,
Mrs.'rW. T. McMullan Is quite sick
at her home on Church Street ' - '
j .,f. v ' ; '
Arthur, tha attractive "V.'Z son
of Mrs. Arthur Wpods, Jr., Phila
delphia; Pa who with L i ' -? U
vising his grand motL.r, - . T
Crawford, Is sick wi;h 1 1 of
KilSiiA,, " ' c ' '
'Midshipman T.' J. - I" and
his guest, Midshipmen . . ; ..ey,
who have been spend'r j r . . :a at
Nags Head, are gre.'s c : T. J.
Nixon, Jr4r in Kert'oiJ; : ;
tlr. and Mrs.-' Julian
and Miss Mary Louise :
Belvidere; Mrs. C.' B. V."
J. L. Nixon of 'Winf all,
ed from a visit to Mr.
M. Miller, at Chariot' 3.
"Miss Ruth Alice V.'
graduated from Mere i. .
June, attended the
college this week. J
. a in
( r t: i
dzy for Cr '.-o, 1 v "1 , i.::.
N. C C. 7. tll2 j- r. , k
Ward G;t I . y"j.;t
for Car-l IV. ty r s C.c."r f -
d: 3 at the Uri.'
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JN. U. C
wi!l rcr:-a icr t
- Vt .CiTe & 3
tlr cf "f s iort frl 'i' of Lor
d-"'tar, Evla,'at a bl;.Jy rty
on iat$rday afternoon, . tl.e occasion
beJrig the honoree's e'.th hirthday.
icev'cream was served, and each little
irueBt was riven a sucker. - ' ' ' t
' Those, Invited 'were.' 'Eva 3rinkley
Karris, . ' Mildred . Gault; ' Barbara
Uault, Withe Mae Carver, i Elizabeth
Byrum, Helen Rae ' Asbell, Doris
pyrum, Eloise Godwin, Anne Math
ewsr Christine Mathews," Helen Babb,
Betty Ruth Chappeu, .Mary Leland
winsipw, tiettie lu Sutton, Maxine
Chappell, , Catherine Owens, Leona
Chapnell. Blanche Rae Skinner. Marr
Annette Cannon,, Bobby Jean New
born, Cornelia Cannon, Peggy Lane,
Myrtle Norman, ..Elliott, Francis
Rountree, Vivian Owens, Helen Mun
deny Vivian Spivey, Pearl Rountree,
Minnie - Louise t Nixon, . Mary. Ruth
wood, ltorothy Elliott, Cecfl Edward
Winslow, Bob Layden, Sidney Lay-
denV Jr.. Uovd , Rao-Iav. C uRiir Man"
Broughton, "Little Man" Broughton,
Bruce Chappell, W. M. Byrum, Mer
ritf Goodwin': Eraon Chflnivll. T)nn
Williams, Joseph' - Chappell, Seymour
Chappell, -' Hubert' t Lane, Horace
Boyce. Julian Bovce.' Melvin Forn-
hand, Eugene White, Marjorie Fore
hand James Wilson Rountree, Audrey
Copeland and Melvin Rountree, Mrs.
WiM. Munden, Mrs. J. .W. Carver,
Mrs. Harry Boyce . and Mrs, Jesse
White. r - " . t ,
, ivien vana rpunn; lvien s : incw,
, In Single and Dcunrc-tcaCtyles ' ,
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