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MEETS JUY 28-29
Two Day Setdoa WOI B Held at
WaiterUM Grave Cnarcki Tueev
. i Topics m Program ,
The Teopim Union of the Baptist
Church will be held at Whlteville
r Grov Church in this county on Fri
' day and "Saturday, May 28 and 29,
when It 1b planned to have very in
teresting "and helpful services at
- ach of the sessions.
Rev. A. A. Butler, of Hertford,
"who is in charge of the program
-for this occasion, 3aa announced that
the 'first session will convene at 11
o'clock on Friday morning.
'After lunch there will be a session
beginning with a devotional service
at 1:30 o'clock.
On Saturday the first service will
!be held at 10:00 o'clock in the morn
ing and there will also be another
cession in the afternoon.
Following is the complete pro
. gram for the two days:
- Friday morning: 11:00 Introduct
ory Sermon, Elder W. F. Woodall;
Elder W. F. Cale, Alternate.
Friday afternoon: 1:30, Devotional
t Service, Elder Alphonao Jordan; 1:45
Miscellaneous Matters; 2:00, What Is
the Church's Responsibility to the
Home Community T Brothers C R.
Holmes and Elder 1. L. Brown; 2:415,
On What Basis Can Baptist Church
es Cooperate? Elders J. T. Byrum
and E. L. Wells.
, .Saturday morning: 10:00 Devot
!6A Service, Brother F. I. White;
10:16,'-what Is the Proper Relation
- ship Between the Church and the
Sunday School, and Other Church
ri' Orgnft!ations? Elders D. S. Demp
seyWd W. T. C. Briggs; 11:00, Ser
iWB,"Elder E. L. Wells; 1:30, Devot
vtonal Service, Elder R. S. Monds;
1:45, Miscellaneous Matters; 2:00,
Can a Christian Afford, Under Any
Circumstances to Sanction by Vote
or Otherwise, the Manufacture, Sale
-and Beverage Uuse of Intoxicating
Liquors? Elder R. S. Monds and
Brother W. J. Berryman; 2:45, What
Ms the Church's First Step Out of
the Present Spiritual Depression?
Elders W. F. Woodall and W. F.
Mrs. C. 6. White was entertained
at a lovely surprise birthday party
Friday evening at her home near
VWlnfall. Games and contests were
'enioved durinc the evening with
Mrs. T. C. Perry, J. H.. Miller and
Roseoe White winning prizes. The
honoree received manv beautiful and
useful gifts. The table was artis
tically arranged with a lovely birth
'day cake as the centerpiece, the color
'scheme being pink and white. Deli
1 cious ice cream and cake were serv
ed. Those present were: Mrs. C. B.
White, honoree. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh
White and children Leigh, Jr., and
V. L., Mr. and Mrs. R. M. White and
Mrs. Clarence Twine of Norfolk, Mrs.
W. T. Smith, Mrs. L. J. Winslow,
Mrs. T. C. Perry, Mrs. J. A. Chap-
pell and children Mary Louise, Julia
Miller, Julian, Jr. and Johnny and
Mrs. Maude Chappell of Belvidere,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Mrs. Author
Pierce, Mrs. J. R. Roach, Mrs. George
Roach, Mrs. Earl Hollowell and child
ren Artie Mae, Anne, and Earl, Jr..
Mrs. Cadar White and daughter Sal
lie, Mrs. E. N. Miller and daughter
Doris, Mrs. Crowder Hollowell and
daughters Minne Lee and Bernice,
Mrs. Junior Miller, Mrs. H. D. Hur
dle, Mrs. J. L. Nixon and son Hilary,
Mrs. Effie Miller, Misses Ruth Hur-
die, Celesta Godwin and Mary Eliza
beth White, and C. B. White, Ben
ton and George White.
Under Old Age Plan
There are thousands of North
Carolinians who will be eligible "for
aid under provisions of the Old Age
Assistance Act passed by the 1937
General Assembly, and there are
many more who will not be able to
meet the requirements for various
The State Board of Charities and
Public Welfare, anxious to make
clear provisions of the Old Age As
sistance plan, which becomes effec
tive on July 1 of this year, has is
sued a statement tending to Clarify
One of the first requirements is
that applicants for, aid under the
plan shall be citizens of the United
States, either native-born or natural
ised. Another essential is that ap
plicants shall be 65 years of age or
ver and shall not have sufficient
e , Income, or other resources, to nro-
, - "vide a reasonable subsistence com-
v Vpatible with decency and health.
Many persons reaching the age of
'6 lave' not been able, frequently
through no fault of their own, to
' v themselves in the . declining years of
.v THiGir lives: others, because oi asre or
. ' .. itr-- wiismiiii la.it'ia. . sartt iiiikuiis . lu bai ii, 1
' comfortable livelihood, while 'still
.-', -Aram mra not no Biiuaum uiut uio
.a. sa...J .t L 1.1. nn
, fan care xor tnemseives.
' , ', "the Act are not supposed to be in
'" - ' mates of any public . institution at
', the time the applications are filed.
. , : '.However, they may apply for aid
, ubich, if allowed, will not begin un
tl Cry have ce-p-i to'H hmat-'S
of public institutions, ;K" ' "jMary Helene Newby, was .winner of Davenport ' K -In
order to prevent possible frao-i the prito-for-top score. v W vV(''1,'-HENRT--(aULY,'SXOKES
dulen -applications for- assistance
under the Old Age Plan, the law;
specincany prowmia me assignment Mj8g - Anne O'Sullivan, Miss Josep
or transfer of property during the hine Hefren. Miss Mariorv Hefren,
two years prior to the filing of applt-
Another reouirement which will be
rigidly adhered to is that all appli
cants must have been residents of
North Carolina for at least five of
the nine years proceeding the filing
of the applications, and for one year
immediately preceding the filing. '
There is an additional stipulation,
in view of the fact that . the 100
counties of the State are participat
ing in the financial aspects of the
Act, that applicants must have been
residents of the county in which the
applications are filed for at least
one year. This, however, ' in cases
where county residence has been of
shorter duration, has been cared for
by a clause in the law which pro
vides that approved applicants shall
receive full benefits, with the differ
ence which would have been absorb
ed by the county coming from the
State appropriation. Instances of
this character will be paasetltdpon
by the State board.
Amounts to be paid applicants
will be determined upon individual
conditions, and will not exceed $30
per month, or $360 per year. Of
this amount, the counties will pay
practically one-fourth, and the State
BRIDE-TO-BE HONORED AT
BRIDGE PARTY SATURDAY
Miss Sarah Ferguson Blanchard,,
whose marriage to Mr. Marcus Ed
win Hobbs, of Duke University, has
been announced to take place in
July, was honoree at a delightful'
bridge party and miscellaneous show
er given by Miss Kate M. Blanchard,
on Saturday night.
A profusion of lovely spring flow
ers, attractively arranged, decorated
the rooms where five tables were
arranged for bridge, after several
rubbers of which the bride-to-be was
presented with many lovely gifts, and
dau. refreshments were served.
8 TBIl' TH E AT RE
CAROLINA'S FINEST THEATRE
HERTFORD, N. C.
Today (Friday) May 21
era. vutewn '
Comedy - Act
ON THE STAGE
9 P. M.
40 BEAUTIFUL MODELS
Owl Show Saturday
FOR ADULTS ONLY
I " " ' . ' '"1 1
Stripping the Veil
from modern city life .
:. .,, m TTTMrrrn ' " -
4--if uM Martha CHAPIN
" j Bryant WASHBURN
and Wheeler OAKMAN j
i JJanenmwrawMwwLM.i,ii m.i
Monday Tuesdnv. MT 24-25
Thursday and Friday, May 27-28-
Also Cc- , .
. and Act .' 1rZ
-, nof present Jacluded Miss Sarah
Blanchard,r Mri J. c. ? Blanchard,
Miss Elisabeth Knowlea.' Miss Hilda
Knowlea, Hiss Elizabeth Morris, Mrs.
Charles E. Johnson, Mrs.': Alfred
Williams. Mies Mar HtoWrNew.'
by, Miss jocelya Whedbee Miss Jes
8ie Tayloe .JJewbyi Miss Mary: Towe,
Mrs. Martin Towe, Mrs. S. P. Jes
sup, Mrs. T. P.' Brinn, Mrs. Corbin
Dosier, Mrs. R. M. Matheson, Miss
Harriet Frances Mardre, of Rich
mond, Va., and Miss Elisabeth Step
r Return Home
Mrs. Cl A. Withrow and her little
daughter, Virginia, have returned to
their home in Norfolk after a visit
to Mrs. Wi throw's mother, Mrs. K. R.
Newbold. - -
FREE! IF EXCESS ACID CAUSE?
you Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains,
Bloating, Nausea, get free sampler
doctors prescription, Udga, at
ROBERSOITS DRUG STORE
mar 19 to apr June 4
Sale of Valuable Property
By virtue of a Mortgage Deed exe
cuted to me by Chas. Holley and
wife, Georgie Holley, for certain
purposes therein mentioned which
said Mortgage Deed bears date July
7th, 1931, and is registered in the
office of the Register of Deeds of
Perquimans County in Book 17,
Page 53V I shall en Tuesday, June
1st, 1037, at 11 oYtock A. M., offer
for sale at Public Auction, for cash,
at the Court Houae door in Hertford,
N. C, the property conveyed to me I
in said Mortgage Deed bounded on
the north by Punch Alley, on the
west by BarrowB lane, south by
George Barrow, estate, east by Chas.
Saturday Only May 22
Children 10c . ,- Adults 15c
Under Sea Kingdom
$10 In Cash. Will Be Given to
Someone In the Audience .
Night 11:15 P. M.
Wedn.?eday, May 26-r- v:
9 P.M. - '
"Also Two Cor dles and Act
if. W.T-;l;arf ,
I; I to l.x;;eal
n. J.. ioar'
1 , , , NOTICE ,
Sale ef Valuable Property
By virtue of Deed of Trust ex
7 Joshua Skinner and wile,
Annie Skinner for certain purposes !
therein mentioned which said Deed of
Trust bears date May 14th, 1930, and
is registered in the office of the Re-
I he 5pit
miimm mm rnu mt
Hrcstooe Standard Tire, then examine the
deep-cut notvskid tread end tee how much . :
extra value you get; You will quickly
understand why more and more car owners
are equipping their carl with, these tires. You .
will agree that never before have you seen so. .
safety at toll
biowoute with the Firestone ps4ented procese hat are dangcrooeahdmay cause a
of GumrIMpping.Thepatentedc Join the Rmtone SAVE A LIFE I
two extra layers of Gum-Dipped Corda under ; t by Mruipyoor car with Ilresron
the tread protect against puncture and bind Tires Krat Grade Quality at Low Cost.,
TODAY AND SAVE!
YC3 Wi yourself and your family from
dangerous accidents because Firestone patented
construction features give you greatest blowout
protection and safety from skidding. h.v-; ' . .
Yd"! 1LT because Firestone Standard
l "PS Tires give you low initial cost
and lower cost pet mile.
VATl Qntfl? by buying now at tire
I VM VI 111 ! prices are advancing: The
price of crude rubber has gone up 110 and
cotton' more than 26 during the past two
years. BUY NOW AND SAVE.
6 All-Metal Tube S
inch Dyntmlc Spalt
Soaad Diffusion. Then
feature eo op to f 20
nor iac-cht radio.
FirotoM Burt Power
ButwiM art tmilt wttn
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gicter of Xeds of Tcrquimans Coun
ty in Book M. D. I.J. 17, pae 418, 1
Shall on June 16, 1S37, at 12. o'clock
M. offer for sale at Public Auction,
for cash, at the Court House door in
Hertford, N. C, the property convey
ed to me in said Deed of Trust: -Second
Tract JBelng in the Town
oi wtniaii. . :; ana oounaea - on
the North by King Street, on the
East by Chas. Parker's lot; south by
the main Road leading from WinfaU
to Belvidere; west by Andrew Jones
Jot, containing on acre, more or less
WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF AULpKINDS OF
SEE US FOB TOUB NEEDS
Hertford, N. C.
the tread, atad cord body Into one Inseparabl
unuThwadtf,fSatter tread with more rubbc
on the road w&t give you longer mileage ansi
greater psnsection against skidding. Firestont
ie able to give you all these extra vauan
because nrestone Standard Tires are butt
in such large quantities that great savings, an
c:n tvk yc:3 lite
C3 TCI1 WCSLI TISES
Protect yXkpreelf ami your tVmlly from
th dances? ol driving cm chin wont
trM which -mT ,c"t, i mimv0
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THAT Wn T-r klrhwr
COM the Urn ot more than 98,009 axa.
worn mi dhlldr J .t, . .v
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and being tl.3 same1 Ltla r "
by Alfred' fckinner and 1 wL'a fro
Judsre Albertson in 1892, and known
as lot No. 12. See Deed Book No.
4, at page 264. ' . - . .
v This Instrument- conveying the
one-fiftfa undivided interest of Joshua
Skinner in - the above - lands same
being the lands of his father, Alfred ,
Skinner, deceased., Tract No. 1 men- (
tioned in the above described Deed of.
Trust has been sold under prior lien.
J. S. McNIDER, Trustee ,
-.may 21 28 June 4 11
another day on.thinf
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