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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JUNE i, 1937
IT has been, said that in photog
j raphj "an artistic picture U ft
thing beautifully photographed,
rather ttan beautiful thing photo
graphed'', 'PfiIaIVio11 hal tint MMkllui nt
" subject, It can't be dose unless the
photographer can perceive some
..beauty in the "thing." The "thing"
may be-Just a piece of rope, a
.. cracker barrel or an old shoe, but In'
certain surroundings and portrayed
undef the effect of the right light-;
ing, it may truly meal beauty and
- make an artistic pictured ii ; S
There le no rule of photography
for discovering beauty nor any fixed
, 2 criterion of What is artistic. Funda
mentally, it's "every man for him
self in those respects, but there are
certain sound admonitions that must '"
. ' be obeyed If you wish to make a pic-
- ture that will be generally acclaimed
r as artistic, unless, of course, you pre
'.) ter to join the fancy-free surrealist
- school of art and take your chances.
Briefly, theee admonitions are as
i V Provide every picture with a
' i single; dominant idea that will
i easily be comprehended by anyone
, to whom the picture Is shown. The
Idea Should be expressed by a prln-
clpal object Avoid divided interest
I Exclude elements that distract at
i tention from the principal one.
j ' 2. See that the setting is in har
mony with the principal subject and
surrounds it with an atmosphere
that contributes to emphasising the
main idea, or at least does not de-
tract from It
8. Work for well-balanced com
position in your vlew-flnder before
yon let the picture through your
lens. Generally the dominant sub
ject should not be In the center. Ex
periment with your viewpoint
4. Study the light and shadow
areas. Observe their relation to the
principal subject Consider the
strength and sharpness of the
shadow contrasts. Note especially
the highlights, tt is the effect of
shadows and highlights that often
gives beauty to an ugly object
5. Allow ample exposure to bring
out desired details.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Baanight spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. R.
Mr. and- Mrs. Jimmfe Butts, of
Norfolk, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Mathews Sunday and Mon-
... day..- '
-..nwn-PwteT and Mrs. N. C.
1 Mrs. W. M. Tucker in
:k syeirt Saturday with
Spruill called on- Mrs.
at her home at Wood
Those oiMBEgess attending the
district meeting of Home demonstra
tion clubs held at Hertford Tuesday
- ' were: Mrs. J. B. Basnight, Mrs. S.
P. Mathews, Mrs. C. E. White and
Miss Virginia, ttoiphlett
Mis. C E, "White was in Norfolk
Billie Clark of Wilson was the
gufest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bas-
night last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Mathews visit-
ed relatives ia Gates County Sunday
l WOODVILLE NEWS
'. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cartwright
and daughter, Fay ; Ray, of Weeks
viHe, were caests of Mr. and Mrs.
8. D. Godfrey Sunday.
little Hazel Godfrey, who has
been ill, ta much better.
Mrs. C A. Cooke and daughter,
Frances Anne, have returned home
after a two weeks visit with her
people' near Louisburg.
Mrs. Wuton Fearce and son,
Wayne, and Miss Margie Pearce are
viaitintf relative. .
Mildred Bogue is visiting her sis-
ter, Mrs. I F. Winslow, at Winfall.
4., Billy Hoggard is now home from
Wake Forest College.
Miss Beulah Bogue spent a few
' days last week with Miss Mildred
Harris, of Elizabeth City and while
there she attended Mrs. Harris'
' birthday party.
. 'Mrs. Hight and son, Billy," are
8 Wilms Godfrey and Clarence
of Elizabeth City, spent Sunday
ags Head and Manteo.'V-K..
4. Alton Campbell 4-jft$, Rocky
it is the visitor of, "her parents;
i and Mrs. W. L Morris. - il-X1. v
Ir?. Carson Spivey;,of New Hope
Vutited Jter parents, Up -and :-Mrs.;H
E. Eoguea few days' last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bogue, Beulah
and llildred attended the- quarterly
I meeting held at the Piney Woods
Friends Church Sunday.- -
I Miss Mildred Harris, Alton Benton
a and Clark . Tarkington were visitors
at the home of Beulah Bogue recent
ly, r '
lltet Ethel Perry has returned
honr.h after ft visit with .relatives in
rorfolk, Vs.- ".v ' -i:
b W. M. S. of Woodville Tr?
i Church will hold its. re'ir
"y meeting Tuesday afternn ,.n
i t'.urch. The topic being "Tie
Tie artistic effect In the case of
many subjects often may be lnvr
proved, by the use of a color Utter
over the lens, or by a pictorial diffu
sion disk. Again It may be improved
How a rusty, old chain and anchor
can reveal beauty or what do
In various ways In the process ui
printing or enlarging, such as
"dodging" to heighten or subdue the
lighting of certain areas, by mask
ing portions of the negative, or by
trimming the print Also tt may be
improved by choosing a printing pa
per with a surface best suited to the
In employing theee devices it is
again "every man for himself," but
remember they will scarcely serve If
there was no original beauty in the
composition of the picture when It
was framed In your vtewfinder.
John van Guilder.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Garett and
baby, spent Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. Daisy Perry.
Chapanoke Club was represented in
Hertford Tuesday at the District
Miss Cora Layden has returned to
her home for the summer after
Mr. 'and Mrs. C P. Quincy left
Sunday for Fork Union, where their
son, Carey is in school. From there
theywent to Charlottsville, Va.,
where they visited Mrs. Quincy's
brother, Forest Towe.
Mrs. F. C O'Brien, of Washing
ton, D. C, who has been &e guest
of Mrs. P. L. Whitehead, has return
ed to her home. She was accompani
ed by Miss AJcesta Whitehead for a
Miss Louise Wilson, who has been
attending Mercer University at Ma
con, Ga will return to her home
Wednesday, Miss Wilson graduates
at Mercer the 6th of June.
Mrs. Emmitt S tailings was in
Elizabeth City Saturday afternoon,
Mrs. J. C Wilson was in Elizabeth
City Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alexander
were in Elizabeth . City Wednesday
' Mrs. John Symons and Mrs. Daisy
Perry,, were in Elizabeth City . Mon
day;. " ' '
Roy, Pierce returned to Norfolk
Monday after spending the week-end
with his family here.
Jesse Hindes condition remains
about the same.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Long visited
friends at Belvidere Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Long and Am
brose Long visited Mrs. R. R. Kea
ton and family at Bethel Sunday.
Misses Eunice and Madge Long
and Howard Long spent Sunday with
Miss Agnes Ward at Belvidere.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Long spent
Thursday of last week with her pa
rents, Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Long visited
Mr. and v Mrs. S. L. Long Sunday
night' s. - :J , - 4
Miss , Frances Fleetwood was an
attendant at the wedding of Miss
Edna Smith in Hertford. Monday.
Mrs. Curtis of Norfolk ;is the house
guest of Mnk Ed Smith, ' f, - I r
Those attending the meeting' 0f
the 'District Federatiohpf Home, De
monstration Clubs in- Hertford Tues
day were Mrs. A. F. Proctor, Mrs.
J. M. Fleetwood, Mrs. Mary Hayman,
Mrs. M. T. Griffin and Misses Fran
ces Fleetwood and Jayne Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Elliott with
their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.
John Harrell, of.. Yeopim, , went to
Whites ton and Icaria Sunday.- --t
Dr. J.Icadavs Praises
(Continued from" Pag One)
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THE ISLE OF SCOTLAND T CT "ZZ- . YhE
IS SAID TO BE FLOATING , , gift , -" tl S7) BA6PIPE
TOWARD AMERICA AT THE AV"dPI L J 0 1A V ''JSiS
RATE OF A FOOT A YEAR 'LgL W &i V-S. i.2a
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AhTY jJL. Xx7 " Ivl ISTHECITV OF (V SHE AIN'T
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TO EXPECT SOWE OF THOSE T V ,
FOREIGN LOANS TO COfKVE 7hE L
FLOATING BACK HERE... SeosraphyiessoN M
ISN0TQOIN6 gsJl I 1LM1 I
TO BE EASV LLL-t JFB I
'. immm ' I ,N THE FUTURE-
"We can often help our neighbors
by letting them know that there is
an opportunity for help from phy
sicians and that often life can be
saved," he said.
"There is your order," the
speaker concluded. "I hope that
you will take it and that some of
the items can be carried by you
into your various - communities, if
Johnson Is Chairman
New Welfare Board
(Continued from Page One)
Board the County Commissioners
shall give notice to the applicant and
a copy of such notice must be sent
to the State Board of Allotments
and Appeal, and also one to County
If an application is not acted upon
by the County Welfare Board within
thirty days, or is denied in whole or
in part, or if any award of assis
tance is modified or cancelled under
any provisions of the act, the appli
cant may appeal to the State Board
of Allotments and Appeal and the
matter will be heard before the
Board in the presence of the Board
of County Commissioners and the ap
plicant. The decision of the State
Board of Allotments and Appeal is
No applications will be received by
the county board of welfare until
July 1, when the law goes into ef
fect JOHM. YOUR
HAIR IS A
Wive, mothers, sisters they're often
forced to point the way to hair
health to their men folk! For women
t know that a healthy head produces
handsome hairl. And that's why
women everywhere are pointing to
- Fora-ol the remarkable foaming oil
Vshcpoo which first nourishes the
scalp, then takes the dull, parched
hair and brings it back to glowing
foalHv Fom-oJ. is so economical a
' litHe, goes. .9 long way. Atk your
druggist tor me regular ouc size.
Or, write for a generous trial bot
tle, enclosing 10c to cover packing
LAUGHS FROM THE DAY'S NEWS!
Over 600 Women Attend
(Continued from Tage One)
Perquimans, delighted the audience
with singing "The World Is Waiting
for the Sunrise" and "Can't You
Hear Me Calling?" with Mrs. Ander
son as accompanist.
In the afternoon R. S. Monds, Jr.,
with Mrs. L. C. Winslow as accom
panist, furnished another treat
with "Without a Song" and "The
The women appeared to have a de
lightful time, with much visiting
with old friends after the proceed
ings were over, and the affair was
generally a great success.
Eight dairymen of Yadkin County
recently ordered nine bushels of
Lureka ensilage corn seed and seven
other dairymen later ordered 10 bus
hels for demonstration purposes.
E&gisp E&dkdII irMs
Summer White Shoes
Specially priced at
SOX - TIES - HATS
By HELEN MORGAN
The attendance at both the morn
ins- and eveninsr worship services is
increasing each Sunday. This inter
est must be especially gratifying to
The conereeation appreciates the
splendid cooperation and work of the
choir and its leaders: Mrs. J. &
White and R. A. Sutton.
The Young People's Organizations
including Sunbeams, G. A., R. A. and
Y. W. A. held their regular montniy
meeting on Tuesday night, June 1
at 8 o'clock.
There was . no mid-week prayer
service last week because of the
commencement address at the Per
nuimnnfl Hia-h School. The reeular
mid-week worship hour was held this
week at all the churches.
iaMe Sua nits
New Wash Suits
Summer Dress Shirts
Summer Straw Hats
- CAPS - SHIRTS
DO YOU KNOW-
hat types of does similiar
in general appearance to
those of the present day ex
isted in Egypt from 4,000
to 5,000 years ago. In 1492,
twenty bloodhounds were
jart of the outfit oi (Jolum
jus when he discovered
America. e sjg
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HERTFORD, N. C.
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Today (Friday) June 4
"MAN OF THE
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"Puttin' on the Dog"
Saturday, June 5
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"Undersea Kingdom" No. 7 and
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Monday - Tuesday. June 7-8-
Comedy, Act and News
Wednesday, June 9
II A DUMB PUG
Thursday, June 10
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Douglas Fairbanks, Jr
Dolores Del Hio '
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