Beech Spring, at the School House,
Tuesday, May 11; '
; Purants Neck, with Mrs. Joe T.
Turner, Thursday, May 13;
Belvidere, with Mrs. J. C. Trivette,
Monday, May 17;
White Hat, with Mrs. Edward Ben
ton, Tuesday, May. 18; r
Helen Gaither, with Mrs. Bristow
Perry, Thursday, May 20;
Bethel, at the School House, on
Friday, May 21. ,
4,000,000th of d Famous Malce
"'FOR DIGESTION'S SAKE
fa a No. 1 rule with m," My notaf axporar
RUNNING. THE MMDS of jungle rirti (below )
on of A. Hyatt VtrUT nerve-racking experi
ence. "No matter what I have to so through,"
he explains, "amoklog Camel eaaea tenalon and
tan me on the trail to good digestion." Let
Camels help your digestion by speeding up the
flow of digest! e fluid. Increasing alkalinity.
:: JED STATES SBIOTt
THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD N. C.,. FRIDAY, APRIL 80, 137 .
are many - reasons for the
Vat the Congressional "log
.icC hafc held" tqr'mueh Im-
I jlplation," " is - about - to be
-Hearings .on the President's
an have been completed. The
siuation with re-
Jrojects cannot be
ken without new taxes. And
eems to be no sentiment in
as favorable to new taxes,
result, leaders are endeavor
cut appropriations and to
lief expenditures down, to the
and. a half recommended by
resident. If possible, .. that
will even be reduced. Should
moves be successful, exise
scheduled to expire in June
ly will be reenacted, perhaps
bther year, and that will be
lent of tax legislation, during
)t session of the present Con-
ver, should pressure from
Congressional blocs result in
id larger expenditures than
ivided in the budget, it may
revision I before Congress
Is. And tax revision during
intner months in Washington
W and difficult undertaking.
me hopes that it can be avoid-
le final analysis, the course of
tigress will be governed large-
the. desires of our people. If
iant new expenditures, they
le prepared to foot the bills; If
lant reduced exenditures, they
make their wishes known.
statements cannot be repeat-
often.' They are. of utmost
knee to bur people.
Jrtheless, we have timely
xr that the' day is fast ap
ing when our system of pro-
f revenue must be overhauled,
Jes must be closed and in-
removed. Our tax bases
broadened. Expediency in
"!nst I give way to
Js of taxes on
I on labor and
. through, may be attributed to the
- f. way in which we . have pyramided
, taxes. Federal, state and local, with-
out resrard for thehffoct.
Therefore, we may anticipate, mat
tax revision in 1938 if necessity
. . does not force it earlier will be ap
iprpached on s sound basis. Such an
r approach has been too long delayed,
although the need for it has. been
of the present
andw we have gone
"V For example, late in 1932, a sub
K committee; of the House Ways and
Means Committee studying . Federal
. and state taxation and duplications
therein, made a preliminary report
'i Let me quote from the statement
made by ; the able chief of - staff .of
the.Joint Congressional committee on
:: Internal :Revenue. v
"At the completion of some
months of study of our taxation sy
stem as . whole, it is our opinion
that very substantial , improvements
can be mada therein through coope
ration between .the Federal Govern
fVier.t and the states. The tax. burden
' is great .and the public is fully con
scious of the burden and its ultimate
reduction though ' judicious p cur
tailment ; in expenditures " would
doubtless not only be welcomed by
; the public but would also have a
most beneficial effect on business.''
We should ask' ourselves the foK
' -r q- Monst ; ' ! !
' t xs are most ; adaptable
j of the Federal Go vera -ich
taxes 'are'most a.
, ' the ruse 'of; the state
t i1 t'.t
iy be properly; lm
' , ty both state and
' " C j v -nun -ts without ;er
oii froi.k tl.e standpoint
e our c.
.s a 'fair
'es, . ar '
...a a f-..
-'r tax dol
' e redu
wt...V,, ,..;.. iliy
t jr j,t'js.-swc''
. ' 'V' s v ' ?
1 s ' v v t &
' ''J1'? r -I
The 4,0M,80Ui Frifidaire recently cane off the
assembly track at FrigidaireV Moraine aty, Ohio,
honsahold refrigerator plant Its refrigeration unit
is the fasMKS Meter.sser. .. Proad of the attainment
bf the four stlllloa mark and entrance ef their world
wide organisation into its fifth million were, left
to right W. F. Armstrong, assistant general man
ager; David K. Banker, comptroller; E. B. Newill,
chief engineer; and E. G. Biechler, general manager.
There are one and one-half million more Frigidakes
in use than any other make, j
nis Cartwright Miss Eunice Harrell
and Miss Lucille Cartwright
Mrs. Marvin' Benton of Old Neck
entertained recently at an old time
quilting party. Those present were
Mrs. George Jordan, ' Mrs. J. W.
Overton, Mrs. E. S. Lane, Mrs.
Ralph Harrell, Mrs. Carson Jordan,
Mrs. Ashby Jordan, Mrs. J. W.
Everette and Miss Eli nof Jordan.
Miss Eula Chappell and Mrs.
Chappell of 'Belvidere visited Mrs.
Ashby Jordan recently.
Mrs. Moody Harrell, Mrs. J. H.
Harrell, Mrs. ' Ralph , Harrell and
little Carolyn Dean Harrell visited
Mrs. George Eure and Mrs. Edward
Benton of White Hat Wednesday.
Among those attending,, the State
Theatre Saturday;,; afternoon were
Mrs. J. W. Overton1 .Mrs. Roscoe
Smith, Mrs. Marvin Benton, Miss
Hazel Mae Smith.
Mrs. Vernon Winslow has returned
home after spending a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Winslow of Beech
Spring., ,. .. , ,. ,
Mr.' and Mrs. Marvin Benton and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harrell visited
friends and relatives at' Nixonton
and Weeksville Sunday.
- Mr. and Mrs. Mason Sawyer of
Old Neck visited Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
Mrs. Sbelton Harrell has returned
home after staying in Norfolk with
her son, Leonard, who had an eye
operation. Leonard is improving.
Mrs. Elwardt? Benton of White
Hat Mrs.. Marvin Benton ; of Old
Neck,' and Mrs. Elmer Wood, and
Miss Sallie B. Wood spent Monday
in Norfolk. .
PENDER ROAD NEWS
Mrs. B. A. Berry and Mrs. E. Y.
Berry were in Edenton Tuesday
Mrs. Louis Eaves and two child
ren were visitors of her sister, Mrs.
Arthur Chappell, in Edenton, Tues
day afternoon. :y;:v'''i,:4:-:Mt-k
' Those who called at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Elliott Sunday
were: Jake White and three children,
Raymond Skinner and his daughter,
Misses Elinor and Vtrgie Harris, Le
roy anoVAlvin Skinner, Mrs. "T. "M.
Farmer,'' Mrs. E., Y. Berry and ion,
Job;Riddlck, Faye ' Parker, - Moody
Matthews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T M.
Farmer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Farmer and daughter of Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. BU Carter, Mrs. H.
C. Barcliff and small son, and Mrs.
B. iM; Jones were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Eaves Friday, afternoon.
" Mr. and Mrs. Perkinson; Mrs. John
HiU and Mrs. John Broughton of
Hertford called to see Mrs. Reuben
Stalling Friday afternoon. ;
TY. j calling at the home of Mr.
a J I i-; hen Elliott Monday af
tei'non tlrs.'1 B.' A. Berry,
Mrs.- - Ho ' - r'i Md three
children, Kfs."Lt L'aves and two
children, rsij'.iv .oh " Long, Mrs.
Reuben 'Stallings and vMiss Adelaide
Eaves. ? , J'.'?;-" " -v.., ,
Mi nd.' Mrs. T. M." Farmer and
son,-Mr, nd Mrs.. A!jc Farmer and
daughter of Norfolk .. were' guest' of!
their .mother,, Mrs. ,T;'," M. Farmer,
Sunday. , i? ij - lt
Jlv. , Luther Ambrose.) of Roper,
f'H visitor at jpcthl'jheTn Christian
C: h Sunday 'afternoon. Throurh
-i ' " -on of the 'pastor,1 Rev. W.
O. 1 on, i.'r.- -r-e preach-
'.is text was II. 3'.t 3.18. .
1 hr'i i'l i
' t t".8 1
' ?, i , :
Mt Sinai Society Has
The Woman's Missionary Society
of Mt Sinai Baptist Church met on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Harry Smith. The president,
Mrs. Tom Madre, led the devotional
and Mrs, E. U. 'Morgan was in
charge of a very interesting pro
gram with the following members
taking part: Mrs. Tom Morgan, Mrs.
H. D. Hurdle and Miss Celesta God
win. . During the business session
one naw member joined the society.
Refreshments was served.
Those present were: Mrs. J. V.
Stallines. Mrs. Harvey Stallings,
Mrs. Effie Miller, Mrs. B. F. Jordan,
Mrs. 'Wallace Morgan, Mrs. Ernest
Stallings, Mrs. Tom Morgan, Mrs.
George Roach,. Mrs. Tom Madre,
Mrs. Charlie Umphlett, Mrs. Warner
Madre, Mrs. E. U. Morgan, Mrs. H.
D. Hurdle, Mrs. Mamie Miller, Mrs.
C. A. Bagley, Mrs. Robert Stallines,
Mrs. Crowder Hollowell, Mrs. Author
Pierce, Mrs. Clifton Morgan, Mrs. W.
D. Rogerson, Misses Mamie Stallings
and Celesta Godwin, and Mrs. Asa
Stallings, Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs.
Eari Lane, and Miss Catherine
Smith were visitors.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Harvey Stallings
To The Public:
I wish to state that any customer
for, light and power of the Town of
Hertford who thinks . that they
qualify for the town's new power
rate No. 2 and who have not been
billed on that rate, or who knows
anyone whom they think should be
billed on No. 2 and have not been,
please get in touch with the Town
Office regarding same, so that we
can straighten the matter out, and
if they should be billed on No. 2
and have , not been we will refund
the amount due because of the error.
To. the event that any one is con
templating purchasing new applianc
es yrhkk they think will enable them
to qualify for Power Rate No. 2, the
office will be glad to work with them
in this connection to prevent their
making a mistake in this respect.
R. N. HINES,
Miss Mary Louise Chappell of
Belvidere spent the week-end with
Mrs. Effie Miller.
Miss Ruth Hurdle spent the week
end at Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Jessie Tadlock, Mrs. Myrtle
Long, Mrs. J. B. Lane, Mrs. Crowder
Hollowell and Mrs. Alva Madre
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Roach and
daughter, of Winfall, and Mr. and
Mrs. George Roach spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Roach.
Miss Mary Elizabeth White spent
Sunday with Mrs. Effie Miller.
Miss Beulah Roach, of Norfolk,
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. . Roach.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Umphlett
and son, Thomas Edward, of Winfall,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr, and Mfrs. D. L. Barber and
children Lindsey Earl, and Joseph,
Mrs. Harry Barber and son, Kenneth
Ray, of Winfall, spent Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Godwin.
Mr. and Mrs. George Roach, Mrs.
Effie Miller, Misses Mary .Louise
Chappell, Mary Elisabeth White and
Celesta Godwin, and Ervin Perry at
tended the program of the Oxford
Orphanage Singing Class Friday
Schedule For Month
Following is the schedule of home
demonstration meetings for the
month of May:
Whiteston, with Miss Lena Win
slow, on Monday, May 3;
Chapanoke, with Miss Mildred Le
wis, Tuesday, May 4;
Winfall, with Mrs. Effie Miller,
Wednesday, May 6;
Hunters Fork, with Mrs. S. P.
Dale, Friday, May 7;
Ballahack, with Mrs. Lawrence
Perry, Monday, May 10;
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