page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
Click "Submit" to request a review of this page.
0 / 75
-A A. !
. JUh PERQUIMANS .WEEKLY. HERTFORD, N. C, FIUDAY, DICC" I
," ;JHa E, G, Banks, of New Hopes
was m town on Saturday.
r '-Mrs. Dan Rogerson, of Beech
SSprisg, was in Hertford on Monday,
? Ir. and Mrs. Fred . Morrell and
"their little daughter, Anne, of High
..Point, are here to spend the Christ
mas holidays with Mrs. MorreU's
iwrents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nach-
r Mrs. S. F. Pollard of Bell Arthur
is spending the holidays with her
"parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, D. Elliott
-To Christmas Season
' A-Tew evergreen decorations,
'brightened with splashes of red here
and there, will help give the home
nouaay atmosphere daring the
J"You can make your own decora
'Uons if evergreens are growing in
woodlands near your home," said
'Miss Pauline' Gordon, State College
'extension specialist in home manage
ment Un most North Carolina woodlands
can be found holly, laurel, cedar,
..pine, running cedar, southern s mil ax,
! mistletoe, pine cones, spruce cones,
and many varieties of colorful ber-
iSfflwn gathering these greens, Miss
trordon cautioned, be careful not to
uproot the plants or disfigure the
trees. In places, evergreens are be
cwning scarce as a result of thought
nJofy is an unusually slow-grow-'
ing' tree, she added, and especial
rare should be exercised to protect
the trees. Snip off only small
branchesr ana .don't cut away, more f,
than one-fifth of the tree's leaf sur
face. Cut the branches, never break
them off. ' 1
In making decorations,1 one needs
wire for, wreath ' foundations, wire
cutters, pliers, twine, sharp knife,
and a pair of garden shears. : :
'It is necessary to have a frame to
make a wreath. It may be made of
wire and one of the evergreen vines,
such as smilax and running cedar,' or
boughs may be entwined about the
wire. Such boughs must be long and
flexible.; ;, u
Then dip ; the evergreens into
even-sized pieces and fasten them to
the frame until the entire wreath is
formed. It may then be trimmed
with pine cones, red berries, mistle
toe, cranberries, tangerines,, kum
quatSr grapes, apples, lemons, or
other bright colored objects.
SERVICE IN M. E. CHURCH AT
7 A. M. ON CHRISTMAS DAY
There will be a Christmas service
in the Hertford Methodist Church on
Christmas morning; at " 1 o'clock.
This will be an interesting service to
which a cordial invitation is extended
all to attend.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS
The Minnie Coston White Mission
ary Society of New Hope Church
met on Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. W. K. Barclift The
meeting was presided over by Mrs.
Mattie Robbing in the absence of the
president, Mrs. C W. Griffln.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS
PROGRAM ON WEDNESDAY
The Christmas program of the
Methodist Sunday School will be held
at 7:30 o'clock next Wednesday
night. The public is cordially invited
Jamesville book both ends of the
double header played 'at Jamesville
on Friday , night. .The . Jamesville
girls took the Lady ( Indians with a
core or ie to 12. , - (
The Jamesville quint; also defeated
the Hertford boys 84 to 16. This
was the first game that either team
had played. Even though they lost,
ootn teams put up a good fight and
aia some nice playing.
On the local court on Monday night
the P, C. H; S.: teams BDlit a twin
zignt with Moyock. . ;
The Lady 'Indians out ud a srood
fight but 'were defeated by. a strong
Moyock sextette. This i game ' was
close during the flwt half. -And in
the - last ouarter th Hrtfml M
-!t.J .. m - - -
iuea wisnan iour points of Moyock.
In the last few minutes the e-irls from
Moyock sent shot after shot finding
: loop repeatedly; to push w a
core oi .m W'JSa.i.ivi'V ..- :Vv;
In the second came of the twin af
fair the Indians put the fan on. the
Moyock quint to the tone of 86 to20.
From start to finish, the Indians
played out In front by a big lead.'
The Hertford boyt played bang
up ball all the time and all were
finding the strings' time and again.
"Coach Howard ArBs boys Blared a
good, clean game, boTwere outclass
ed by the Perquimans quint.
vox Nixon and Wnitae White were
top scorers , with 18 points each.
Creekmore was top scorer for Mo-
' : Zack Harris, who has been' shifted
from guard to forward for the In
dians, accounted for six of Hertford's
86 points, i t , t . v
- Due to the closing of school before
fti-iday, the game with Jamesville
which was scheduled for Friday night
has been postponed until after Christ
mas. No games will be played' during
the holidays, but-as soon as the
Christmas vacation is over both
teams will hit the hardwood for the
rest of the basketball season.
MISS BLANCHABD ENTERTAINS
Miss Kate Blanchard entertained
on Friday night at I a deliehtful
Christmas party, the guests including
tne members of her bridge club. Two
tables were arranged and those olar-
inr included." v Mrs. V. N. Darden.
mn. F. p. Barrow, of Norfolk, Mrs.
B. G. Koeoce, Mrs: , T. B. Sumnar.
jars. jfc-.au juadick, Mrs. J. C Fel
ton, Mrs. E. W. Lordley and Mrs. S.
P. Jeasup. vv; - , y.'
i Mrs. Darden - was - the winner ' of
the prize for' top score. ' i
The hostess served delicious sand
wiches and coffee. ' - .
Joe Towe,. Jr., has been sick fear
the past week.
SLOT MACHINES DEFINITELY
OUT OF PERQUIMANS
t- ...3 CuWniwd to flourish Uul'A
Tuesday, when , the Clerk of' the
Court was instructed by Walter H.
Oakey, Jr., Judge of the Recorder's
Court,r .to issue warrants for the ar
rest of all,, those in the county -in
whose places of business . Slot mic-
ans ."J Ce.hines were f I-
being taken over.
Unless and until the (
sembly of North Carol'
which legalize the slot i.
operation Js unlawful, bo
time, at least, the slot
r-.We wish to announce to our mantffri
and customers that we are now local--1 lax
new store, formerly the Divers "Mote C.
pariy Building, opposite the Jiew theatre.
We Have a Larger Stock of Christracj
, . Merchandise Thaa Ever Before
I ESSic Oct Ctoxc Yczs donni
, (Continued front Page One) ;
officers! acted promptly - in ridding
the nlaces of the tHat manhinn ff
the " Sapreme Court's; decision was I f
madev but nothing was done about J
Hertford, N. a
iw irei wrm "it w
rw ashf jk Jl jfc'
PF m nmmSm
2 No. Vh
9 HVvAiUUC COLUXN1AL BKAINU
I I CHvIIIjU SLICED OR HALVES
i southern r nrifTAii 9 No-1 OK?
H M Mm A A Sf w mmmm v w IVTS
s a n sniTTHERN manor 1 No. 2 JA.
TINY SWEET GREEN J Cans
OR MIXED SWEET
PICKLES r 21c
SOUTHERN MANOR No. 2
TINY GREEN Can
FLOUR 31c r 57c 1
2 - 29c
For Friday and Saturday, Onlyl
i;j & u n
Brass Fire Sets
4-lb. Tin -$1.90 1 1 sraMAID
M, Almonds, lb. 1 1 lvasma Vf,
?J. Walnuts, lh. 2Zc I ff
-5! H TVTiVpH. IK : f I natps. nkir. IKc
- , . 1 K . ..... ... ... .'
15c to $1.00 ;, $3.50
" MOTHER'S RTLISn SPREAD OR
w ' V I. ,
30, 't. i
. it -
1 - A -
.V . t.-r-
"Everytking In Hcrdw&re and Supplies , . f '
- Brcid St.
fl i"i M ,
v riv . . f