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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, ESTiTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1937 "
Tart Salad Czvtifbr, Appetizer
- AMERICA'S - SHAMEFUL: 7 :,i ; ; .
Hrai Benson JReturna Home
Mrs. Ellen-Darden, who haa spent
the winter with her daughter, Mm
T. E. Harrell, left Tuesday for her
home at Reidsville. i
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. White
Mrs. Carl Barefoot and her two
rhilHrwn nf ftrimMland. are Jruefits
t. of Mrs. Barefoot's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. A. White. Mr. uareioot was
here for the week-end.
Visited Mrs. Jarvis
Mrs. K. R. Newbold spent the
week-end in Elisabeth City, visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Jarvis.
At Nags Head
Mrs. D. F. Reed and family, Mrs.
J. O. Pelton and family left Thurs
day to spend some ume at Nags
Head. Mr. Reed and Mr. Felton
were at the beach for the week-end.
Miss White Returns
Miss Mattie Gatling White has re
turned from a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Carl Barefoot, at Grimesland.
Mrs. T. E. Harrell is attending
summer school at N. C. C. W.,
Greensboro. She was accompanied
by her little daughter, Patsy, who
will attend the nursery school at the
On Fishing Trip
R. M. Riddick, W. H. Hardcastle
and Dr. John Zachery spent Monday
at Nags Head, fishing.
Week-end Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinn, of
Norfolk, Va., accompanied by Misses
Frances and Maude Hunter New
berry, of Richmond, Va., were week
end guests of Mr. Brinn's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Rosser Brinn.
Mrs. Heywood Butler, of Wilson,
is spending the week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Butler, in Hertford.
Kings Mountain Visitor
Miss Gladys Hamrick has as a
guest this week her sister, Miss Mae
Hamrick, of Kings Mountain.
Visitors From Kentucky
Miss Cordelia Strange, Durwood
Strange and Mrs. Jones, all of Lex
ington, Ky., are visiting Mrs. D. S.
Week-end at Nags Head
Mrs. Charles T. Skinner and her
little son, Charles, spent the week
end at Nags Head, guests of Mrs. J.
0. Felton and Mrs. D. F. Reed.
BRING SON HOME
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. M- rris and
their daughter, Miss Mary Morris,
motored to Fork Union Military Aca
demy on Monday and we,re accom
panied home by Rob Morris, who has
been a student there. .
CANNED 5AU10N SHIPMENTS
FROM ALASKA IN 1936 SET AN All-
TIME HIGH BOTH IN POUNDS AND VAL-
UE. MORE THAN 407,000,000 POUNDS
VALUED AT 46, 173, 174, WERE PACKED.
THAN SIX, TIMES THE AMOUNT UNCLE SAM
PAID FOR "THE RUSSIAN ICE BOX."
WHAT, MARIE ANTOINETTE
REALLY SAID WHEN SHE WAS
T01D THAT THE PEA5ANTS CRIE0
FOR DREAD WAS,'"IET THEM
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?W "ft A SURE
Tim Rufus BrinB, who has return
ed from Marioh Military.' Institute,
where he has .been a student this
year, 'attended the finals at Fish
burn Military Academy this week..
Miss Louise, Williams- and Miss
Elisabeth Clark, of Wilson, were
week-end guests f -Misses Alice
Roberson and Ruth Winslow, in
Mr. and Mrs Hoffler Here,
Mr." and Mrs. W. L. Hoffler, of
Richmond, Vai, spent several days
recently in Hertford, visiting 'Mr.
Homer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
The weddinir of Miss Doris Wilma
firpo-nrw and William Franklin Ain-
sley was solomnized at the Hert
ford Baptist Church on Tuesday,
inns i at 8 o'clock in tne moraine,
in the presence of thesommediate
families of the couple, wiw me nev.
D. S. Dempsey, pastor of the church
The church was decoraiea wiwi
summer flowers in nink, blue and
white, tastefully arranged in tall
baskets, and with ferns.
Mrs. J. E. White, organist of uie
rJmrch. nlaved the wedding music,
using the Bridal Chorus from Lohen
grin as a processional and Mendies
sohn's Wedding March as a reces
The bride's only sister, Miss Eu
genia Gregory, was her only atten
dant. She wore a dress of figured
flat crepe in which rose color pre
dominated, her flowers being an arm
bouquet of pink sweet peas and del
phinium. The bride, who entered the church
on the arm of her father, by whom
she was given in marriage, was
Invelv in a dress of coronation blue
chiffon, with bieee accessories, her
flowers being a shoulder corsage of
Talisman roses and lilies ol the
W. C. Mathews, brother-in-law of
the bridegroom, was best man.
After a wedding trip through the
Valley of Virginia, the couple will
make their home in Elizabeth City.
The bride is the attractive young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Gregory, of Hertford. She was gra
duated from the Perquimans School
and afterwards attended Campbell
College. The bridegroom, who is
now in the insurance business in
Elizabeth City, is the only son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ainsley, of Hert
ford. He is a graduate of Perqui
mans School and also attended Wake
Hertford Baptist Church is indeed
fortunate to have Miss Poplin, of
Rockingham, for two months ' this
summer. Miss, Poplin will teach the
young people and promises to have
many surprises in store for them
She is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. I.
A. Ward and Miss Ruth Alice Ward
IN MANY SECTpS OF ENGLAND, FARMERS
PRESERVE THE ANCIENT SAXON CUSTOM
OF SALUTING THE APPLE TREES ON CHRISTMAS
EVE. ONE TREE IN EACH ORCHARD H SPRINKLED
WITH CIDER TO INSURE A PLENTIfUl CROP.
AMERICANS IN 1935 CONSUMED
MORE, THAN 668 MILLION POUNDS
OF CHEESE TWICE AS MUCK AS
)AN ISLANDS, EATING
CAKE TOGETHER COMPRISES '
THE WEDDING CEAEMONT
PRESLRlatD ENDIVE WTIH '
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EDUCATION ENGINEERING ENFORCEMENT
Nearly 40 million drivers, some
' good and some bad . . . Three times
that many pedestrians. Including
the lame, the halt and the blind . . .
More than 28 million automobiles,
some In good condition and others
nearly ready to fall apart ... Three
million miles of highways, with a
score of physical hazards In every
mile. Add all these together and you
have America's traffic lottery, a com
plex game of life and death in which
all of us, willing or not, must par
ticipate. America's shameful automobile
accident toll, according to the latest
figures Issued by The Travelers In
surance Company, reached the stag
gering total of 36,800 dead and 967,
840 Injured in 1936.
Many individuals make the mis
take of attributing this awful toll to
one or two simple causes. The en-
HERE FOR WEEK-END
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jenkins and
their two children, Robert and Doro
thy, former Hertford residents who
have recently been HVin; in Musko
gee, Oklahoma, but who have re
cently come back to North Carolina,
were week-end guests of Mrs. Jenk
ins' sister, Mrs. D. S. Darden. Mr.
Jenkins, a U. S. Postal Inspector,
has been transfered from, Oklahoma
to North Carolina, and the ; family
will probably live , in Salisbury. Mrs.
W. P. Moon, of Lynchburg, VaM was
also a week-end guest pi her sister,
Mrs. Darden. i
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TEACH OHIVIKS I
AM) KMSTRUrtS t
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. OtSERVANCf '
tjiater auyt: ' w'uen we build better
highways and cars, the accidents
will stop." The law enforcement
officer says: "The only way to teach
motorists to behave Is to crack down
on them." Some persons say "Cut
down speeds and you'll cut down ac
cidents." Others claim with equal
emphasis: "Eliminate drunken driv
ing and you'll eliminate most of the
Actually, there are many causes
of accidents, and a natural remedy
for each. Pictured above are a few.
Many American cities are enjo
ing reductions in their accident
rates each year in spite of the fact
that the totals for the country as a
whole are climbing steadily upward.
These cities are seeking out .all the
causes and applying the correct
remedy to each. They are carrying
on a balanced program of education,
engineering and enforcement.
. Red Coral Always Prised
It is red coral that is and always
has been prized, not solely for jew
elry and buttons, but as a charm to
bring safety, health and secrets not
revealed to the ordinary person. As
ancient Gauls rushed headlong in
to battle, they trusted their safety to
their swords, strength and the
"magic" coral imbedded in their
shields or helmets. Many Italians
and Indians regard coral as protec
tion against the "evil eye." The
world's red coral comes from the
reefs off the Mediterranean coast of
Africa, says the Washington Post,
I and is obtained chiefly by Italians.
Prepare for a new experience
in easy, carefree cookery. Join
the happy throng of modern
women who are cooking dec
: trically on gleaming, new Hot
1 point Electric Ranges. .
r Hotpoint Electric Ranges,
I with their sensational new Flat ,
Calrod Units offer amazing
'Y new speed, economy
j. and automatic cook I J
i ery to modern homes, r-ti. ;
THRIFT COOKER '
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I , EtCTRIC RANOZS
Bottle of Pure CUer Vlnegsr. b.
THE salad Is one food which pre
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a sents almost unumitea : possioia
ties in the variety of ways In which
It may be served. . Have, you con
sidered the possibilities of a salad
as an appetizer? This new and dif
ferent manner of serving will be met
with enthusiasm from all members
of the household. An appetiser course
always adds a little feeling of grand
ness to the family meal and for en
tertaining guests there's nothing
quite as stimulating for the good
things to follow as a nice tart starter
of some kind. .
Salads as appetizer courses Should
have snap in flavor and be colorfully
arranged and of carefully chosen tex
ture to be most appropriate. To
tease the appetite, tartness is im
portant and there is undoubtedly no
other household condiment that can
do this tricl: as skillfully as that bot
tle of pure cider vinegar.
In days gone by when housewives
made their own vinegar from cider
and left over fruit Juices chances
were slim that the vinegar drawn
from those barrels would twice be
the same. This was due to the fact
that-temperature and exposure to air
in the making of vinegar are so im
portant and must le regulated In
order to insure uniform and good
results'. Manufacturers now offer at
reasonable cost, the advantages of
carefully prepared vinegar, packaged
in attractive bottles, and assure the
same high standard quality each time
the bottle is opened.
EDENTON, N. C
.T&rThRra4ay) Ontjr Jima!!.4''v'-'
Meruit n iareatef t. t n . J Matinee
Friday, June '
Saturday, June 6' 4 - f
Also "Undersea Kingdom" ;No.v
" ; ' Comedy . ' " '
-Tuesday, June 8 On
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Unfiling Standby l Snappy Ingredient.'
The following t recipe: for Tart
Salad Bowl Includes vinegar as an
Important ingredient in blending the .
flavors of the vegetables, and fruita
used. This salad, you will And to
be wholesome as a main course, as
well as particularly attractive when
served to tease the buy appetites of
those who have formed habits of too
much rich, sweet foods. 1
The recipe for Tart Salad Bowl
is as follows:
Tart Salad Bowl
I mm itnMd Mbtan w mM pkklw, art
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M Ma totus ram.
; CoeaUna all Incrrdlcnts and ton llshtbr
Mtk a fork vntU well mixed. Th amount
ot maoronnalM viU vary il.slitly accord
Inf to tb amount of moisture present la
tlie othar Ingredlcats.
Here is an excellent recipe for a
salad dressing In which vinegar and
currant Jelly are combined to make
a most delicious dressing for serving
Ruby Rod Drawing
I ublnpoaat curat : 1 UMHtranM HillBaS
Ullr whit, TlMirir
Plach it ult
I UbleqxMfM pan ailf H tMipoonmi (nth tatoa
oU iulct. ...
Beat JeUy with fork until utootb. Add
remaining tngredlenta and continue beat
ing until thoroughly blended. Tbls emul
sion bolda indeHnitely upon standing. To
secure onion Juice cut a slice croaswlat
frorn onion, then aerape the onion with a.
knife using an upward motion. Cot away
the scraped part encb time and continue-'
craplnc until tbe desired amount of Jutca
la bad. - -i,' -.i : ., .wisV-.r;
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Matinee Vaudeville 4 M
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' ' . Night Vaudeville 8:45 -
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