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THE PERQUIMANS "WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C.
PENDER ROAD NEWS
Seaton Davenport, Shelton Daven
port, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Matthews,
Misa Blanche Davenport ana nowara
Goodwin visited Mrs. Seaton Daven
port at General Hospital, Norfolk,
Va., Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph Proctor was in Eliza
beth City Saturday..
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Matthews,
of Washington, D. C, were Sunday
guests of his brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Matthews.
Miss Virginia Umphlett, Mrs. Jo
siah Proctor and daughter, Annette,
Mrs. Willie Lane and daughter, Jo
anne, and Mrs. Roscoe Lane, of Hert
ford, visited Mrs. J. E. Eaves and
Miss Adelaide Eaves Thursday after
noon. Mrs. Alice Nowitzky, of Norfolk,
Va., and E. J. Myers, U. S. N were
supper guests on Sunday night, of
Mrs. Homer Deering.
Mrs. Emma Parker, of Charleston,
S. C, visited her sister, Mrs. Moody
Matthews, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Proctor visit
ed Mrs. Charlie Chappell, near Belvi
dere, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Shelton Long, Mrs. Stephen
Elliott, Miss Rosa Lassiter and Mrs.
Joseph Proctor visited Mrs. Mamie
Fanner and Raymond Farmer Thurs
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Proctor and
daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah
Proctor and daughter, Annette, and
Marjorie Davenport visited Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Proctor Sunday after
noon. Mrs. J. Ed Lane has returned from
Plymouth, where she has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Dan Bassinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Stallings and
son, William, recently motored to
Creswell.
Raleigh B. Perry is visiting in
New Orleans, La.
Among those who attended services
at Winfall Sunday afternoon and
evening were Joshua Sutton, J, W.l
Smith, W. M. Harrell, Mrs, Homer
Deering, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eaves
and two children, Alma Lee and
Howard, J. E. Eaves. Miss Adelaide
Eaves, Reuben Stallings and son,
Williams.
Poultry And Eggs
Prospects Given
By early fall some indication of the
prospects for poultry and eggs dur
ing the ensuing year are available.
At the present time, important de
velopments during 1939 are expected
by the Bureau of Agricultural Eco
nomics to include: (1) A larger hatch
than in 1938, resulting from the con
tinued favorable feed and egg price
situation; (2) larger poultry supplies
throughout the coming year, because
of the increase in the 1938 hatch
and the further increase in 1939 (3)
increased supplies of eggs, due to a
larger number of pullets entering
laying flocks and the favorable feed
situation; (4) an increase in storage
holdings of eggs in 1939 compared
with the very low stocks of 1938, as a
result of the larger supplies of eggs
and the anticipated favorable outcome
of the current storage deal; (5) in
creases in consumers' incomes to at
least partly offset the unfavorable
price effects of larger supplies of
both poultry and eggs.
Weekly Market Report
POULTRY AND EGGS
BURGESS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. 'p. R. Lane spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Long, near Bethel.
Mr. and .Mrs. Woodrow Matthews,
of Washington, N. C, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Basnight Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Long called on
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Lane Sunday
afternoon.
Mrs. M. B. Cross, of Utah, S. C,
was the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
J. S. Simpson, on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Lane spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nixon
Hollowell.
Courtesy Division of Markets
N. C Dept. of Agriculture
Eggs, per dozen Hennery whites,
28-33c; hennery browns, 28-32c; cur
rent collections, 27-31c.
Live Poultry, per lb. Rocks, 13
18c; reds, 13-18c; mixed colors, 12
17c; light breeds, 10-15c; broilers,
15-20c; fryers, light, 16-20c; fryers,
heavy, 15-1 8c; roasters, 17c; roost
ers, 10c.
SNOW HILL NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Harrell and
Carolyn Dean Harrell spent Sunday
with Mr. arid Mftf-Marf -fGriffinfon
the Hertford Highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harrell and
Miss Eunice Harrell spent Friday af
ternoon in Elizabeth City.
Mrs. Katherine Lane Harrell, of
Elizabeth City, spent several days re
cently with her sister, Mrs. Jack Ben
ton. Quite a large numbejr of the people
of this community attended evangelis
tic services at Winfall.
Mrs. J. H. Harrell visited Mr. and
Mrs. George Eure, at White Hat, re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harrell, Mrs.
Jesse Harrell. Miss Eunice Harrell,
Miss Lucille Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. j
Tl lLf "J...,w'.l.t M ttrtA Mr! V..
Lf. 1T1. VailrVVUgAlW, UA. ailU .
mer Wood, Miss Eleanor Jordan, I
Mrs. Mary A. Keatoayf J. T. Wood,
Mrs. Eddie Harreirand Mrs. Jack
Benton attended flpiarterly conference
at Oak Grove Church Saturday. ;
TOWN OF HERTFORD
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX SALE
Sale of property for delinquent taxes to be held Monday, October 31,
1938 (1937 taxes) at 12 o'clock noon at the Court House door, Hertford,
North Carolina.
By W. G. NEWBY, Tax Collector
CENTER HILL
Mr. and Mrs. William Lane and
daughter, of Norfolk, Va., dined with
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. White Sunday.
The many friends of E. B. White
will regret to learn that he is con
fined to his home by illness.
Mrs. J. M. Turner has returned
home after spending the past week
with Mrs. Donie White, near Eliza
beth City.
Miss Elizabeth White, who is teach
ing in Guilford County, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. White.
Miss Muriel Monds spent Monday
with Miss Irene Furry.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Parker, of,
Sunbury, visited Mrs. Parker's par-,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Boyce, Sun-1
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jernigan and
daughter, Sylvia, were guests of Mr. I
and Mrs. Thomas Jernigan Sunday
evening. j
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chappell and
children called to see Mrs. Chappell's 1
sister, Mrs. J. P. Byrum, and Mr. 1
Byrum Sunday evening. ;
Mrs. J. S. Turner and daughter,
Peggy, visited Mrs. Cotter Bright
White Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. h':n iiett Jones, of
Norfolk, Va., were guests of Mrs. Ida
Reed on Sunday.
Miss Syble Whits, who is teaching
at Wicomico Church, Va., spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. White.
Mrs. Oliver Lane and daughter,
Miss Elinor Lane, of Elizabeth City,
visited Mrs. li. K. Lane and Mrs. W.
H. Lane Saturday.
Mrs. Paul Bunch and Mrs. Lloyd
Webb, from near Edenton, called to
see Mrs. Bunch's sister, Mrs. Silas
Goodwin, Thursday evening.
Mrs. Mary Chappell and Mrs. Cora
Winslow, of Hertford, spent Friday
night with their sister, Mrs. R. O.
Furry.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Godfrey and
children, of Columbia, spent Sunday
with Mrs. Godfrey's sister, Mrs.
Lloyd Bunch, and Mr. Bunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Byrum and
daughter, Shirley, were guests of
Mrs. Byrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Hollowell, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Smith and
daughter, Betty, who live near the
Skyline Drive, spent the week-end as
guests of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Goodwin.
Mrs. Alexander Boyce and children
called to see Mrs. R. V. Ward and
children Saturday evening.
Mrs. Otis Ellis called on Mrs. J.
S. Turner Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner Madre and
daughter, from near Hertford, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Privott Sunday
afternoon.
Hallet Perry, of Newport News,
Va., spent Sunday with his father, E.
C. Perry, and sister, Miss Kitty
Perry.
WHITE
Amt.
Barclift, J. I., Penn. Ave. 13.48
Campen, Jesse Estate, Grubb St. 16.50
Cannon, E. H., E. Academy Ave. 11.50
Crawford, Mrs. Kate, Church St. 30.14
Dozier, Mrs. J. L., Church St. 16.50
Elliott, Ethel M. 19.80
Elliott, Josiahs 11.77
Landing, Mrs. W. D., Penn. Ave. 16.50
Lane, W. H. 11.89
Medlin, N. H., Railroad Ave. 7.98
Perry, A. A. Estate, Penn. Ave. 4.95
Norman, Mrs. Madelene 6.60
Perry, J. P., Front St. 44.56
Perry, Tom, Church St. 14.17
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Pen.
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1.96
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1.28
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1.07
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2.90
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. Cost
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Total
15.31
18.52
13.20
33.05
18.52
22.03
13.49
18.52
13.61
9.45
6.22
7.98
48.41
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, .938
Pierce, E. S.. Market St ' 68.8V
ReSd Felton, Grubb St. ii-r 87.73 ;
Small, Mrs. P. H., Church St. 41.25
Ward, Mrs. R. F. Estate, Edenton Road St. 8.25
Whedbee, Mrs. T. C. 78.88
White, C. L, Grubb St 8-25
White, Mrs. C. W, Dobb St. 65.14
White, Capt T. S. 19-89
White, W. E., Church St 18.84
Winslow, E. L., Dobb St .1 82.83
Winslow, Mrs. H. R., Grubb St 25.41
Wright, Mrs. W. G. 53-90
COLORED
Barnes, Isaac, Hyde Park St 22.28
Bembery, Moses r -J4
Bemhery, Richard Estate, Market St 15.24
Bembery, Robert Estate -0
Chance, Cora, Market St. - 12-38
Cofield, OUie - f
toil, Elvard
Dail, Elisha, Dobb and Edenton Road St. 65.80
Davenport, Mary E., Church St jj-90
Douglas, Louisa Estate, Grubb St. 4.13
Douglas. W. N1., Market St , J5.98,
Eastti; Joe Estate l&L-.J-- - 6-W
Elliott, Percy, Dobb, St 9M
Erwin, 'Dennis .1 L
Evans, Sarah J-Jj
Everette, Essie 5.78
Everette, Mamie, King St. 4.13
Faulk, Will Estate, Railroad Ave. 8.25
Felton, Alec 5.43
Felton, James, Edenton Road St. 6.19
Felton, Laura and Annie 7-02
Felton, Laura Swain 12.38
Felton, Lucy, Hyde Park St 3.30
Felton, Nelson M., Market St 16.74
Felton, Tom - 4.95
Felton, W. J. Estate, Market St. 25.80
Felton, William Percy 6.78
Franklin, Prentise Estate 2.48
GaUop, J. M 7.84
Harrell, Anderson i-jo
Harrell, John Henry 11-94
Hoffler, William --- 167
Holley. Jesse B. 10-32
Holley, L. D., Dobb St 9.90
Holley, Malinda Estate, Dobb St 7.84
Hunter, L. F. 12-88
Lassiter, Harriet Estate 5.78
Lassiter, Herbert, Edenton Road St 3.30
Lee, Burwell 8.25
Lilly, Sarah 4.95
Lloyd, Pearl 8.25
Lyons, Washington 19.80
Oden, Lena - - 4.13
Overton, Miles, Cox Ave. 20.90
Parker, Essie, Dobb St. 4.13
Parker, Henry Estate, Dobb St 8.25
Perry, Henry L., Cox Ave. 9.02
Reid, Alfonso 1925
Reid, Elisha, King St. 6.60
Reed, Wilson 7.08
Riddick, James W., Cox Ave. 6.19
Satterfield, OUie J., Cox Ave. 6.40
Satterfield, F. H., Railroad Ave. 10.32
Sharpe, W. B. Estate 33.74
Skinner, George L. 1.65
Skinner, George L, N. E. Chappell Agt. 9.08
Skinner, John H., Railroad Ave. 4.95
Skinner, Lauvinia Estate 6.19
Stallings, Alonzo, Dobb St. 3.30
Stalling. Isaac B. Estate 4.95
Sutton, B. J 6.60
Taylor, Kate Estate, King St. 8.25
Walters, Harriet Estate 4.95
White, Herman, King St 8.25
Wood, John B., Dobb St. 6.19
Wright, Ruth 7.70
Wright, Sherman 6.19
4.48 .95 74.82
5.70 7 .95 94.38
2.68 U -95 44.88
.54 .95 9.74
6.10 .95 84.43
.54 .95 9.74
8.58 .95 69.67
1.29 .95 22.13
1.22 .95 21.01
5.38 .95 89.16
1.65 .95 28.01
3.50 .95 58.35
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.80 .95 5.79
.99 .95 17.18
.43 .95 7.98
.80 .95 14.13
.42 .95 7.76
.08 .95 2.27
3.63 .95 60.88
.64 .95 11.49
.27 .95 6.85
1.04 .95 , 17.97
.48 t .96 ;r 7,98
.64 .95 11.49
.48 .96 8.86
.11 .96 2.71
.38 .95 7.11
.27 .95 6.35
.54 .95 9.74
.35 .96 6.73
.40 . .95 7.64
.46 .95 8.43
.80 .96 14.13
.21 .95 4.46
.97 .95 18.66
.32 .95 6.22
1.64 .95 27.89
.88 .95 7.11
.16 .95 3.59
.51 .95 9.30
.80 .96 14.18
.78 .95 13.67
1.06- .85 18.38
.67 .95 11.94
.64 .95 11.49
.51 .95 9.30
.80 .95 14.13
" .38 .95 7.11
.21 .95 4.46
.64 .95 9.74
.32 .95 6.22
.54 .95 9.74
1.29 .95 22.04
.27 .96 5.35
1.36 .95 23.21
.27 .95 5.35
.54 .95 9.74
.69 .95 10.66
1.25 .95 21.45
.43 .95 7.98
.46 .95 8.49
.40 .96 7.54
.42 .96 7.77
.67 .95 11.94
2.19 .95 36.88
.11 .95 2.71
.59 .95 10.62
.32 .95 6.22
.40 .95 7.54
.21 .95 4.46
.32 .95 6.22
.43 .95 7.98
.54 .95 9.74
.32 .95 6.22
.54 .95 9.74
.40 .95 7.64
.50 .95 9.15
.40 .95 7.54
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SAVING
In Cash!
POULTRY OUTLOOK
A larger hatch and increased mar
ket and storage supplies of poultry
and eggs were cited by the U. S. Bu
reau of Agricultural ' Economics
'among the important developments
i expected in the poultry end egg situa
CkristmasClubTkeifties
Do All Your Buying At Blanchard's
You'll Be Surprised At The Saving!
At Christmas, between November 15
and December 15, turn in your Thrifties"
Pass Book and receive a check for 2 per'
cent of all your purchases. One complete
book is worth $5.00. A book does not
have to be full, however. Pass Books are
given entirely without cost or obligation.
When one is filled call for another.
With every 25c purchase you make in
our store you are entitled to a Thrifty. ,
Save these Thrifties inN your Thrifties
Pass Book and at Christmas you ay
turn them in and a check will be sent you.
One Thriftv is given you with each 25c
purchase, two with a 50c purchase, four
with a dollar purchase, and so on. -Thrifties
are given on all cash purchases and
charge accounts paid in full on or before
the 10th of the month following purchase.
Call for them at our office. Don't forget
you can get a 2 per cent Cash Return on
everything you spend at Blanchard's and
have this cash at Christmas time, a time
when it is needed most. Concentrate
your buying at Blanchard's and use the 2
per cent CASH RETURfri of your Thrif
ties to do your Christmas Shopping. '
106 YEARS OF SERVICE
"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832 ,
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Smartly Tailored In
Season's New Shades
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SIZES 11 TO 17
12 TO 20 38 TO 52
Priced Very
Reasonably
$1.98 to $6.95
NEW COATS
. IN SEASON'S NEWEST
FABRICS AND STYLES
Loose Fitted Coats or
Tailored Coats
PLAIN OR FUR TRIMMED
Sizes 11 to 17
12 to 20 38 to 48
Large Assortment of
Children's Coats
$Z95 up
SIMON'S
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