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    THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 81, 1941
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LIFE COULD BE SO NICE!
raa very proud of her new
but perfect from the
ael stove tk the kitchen to
Jer boxes at 'the entrance and
,Jim's new car. It was
hem, - anyhow, and took them
lasd miles to their parents'
j uti back every week-end
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'trti"6 80 nlce" she said
yon teuppose men want to
otJrferT Jim says there's
ity of everything to go
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nd it goes around pretty
this country. Take yourself,
ri(a Yftil anA .Tim havwi'l
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a car. And-yoa're per
il that some lay; you i are
have a still bigger . house
letter car. It's things and
:e these, which vou take for
"Ithit pewple an the countries
dictators ate so eager for.
ly aotnVfeiit that for years
is promised his peopQe an
ive car.' If- he could make
Inise "good so tnat almost
pily in the country had its
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THE
own little automobile, it would make
more difference than all the terri
torial conquests in the world.
"And what do you think the Rus
sians have been struggling for all
these years? One of our most im
portant newspaper women said what
struck her when she went to Russia
about 12 years ago was that the re
volution she had gone to observe
was actually an attempt at a violent
ly imposed industrial advance. The
Russians were trying to change from
a feudal system of great Hand owners
and peasant labor to the electric age
almost overnight. What they were
really doing was trying to catch up
with lis. The:r aims haven't been
achieved because they are the result
not of poii.iL-al but of industrial
revolution.
"As you wash your dishes with
water that Hows piping hot irom a
faucet and dean your rugs with
electricity and go places in your car,
remember this: Russia and Germany
have overturned governments, upset
order and established a reign of ter
ror in order to try to get what we
have already . . . distribution of the
fruits of rrodern mass production
among the people as a whole."
Advertising Results
Last week Dr. C. A. Davenport
decided to sell his son's old bicy
cle, which was not needed due to
the present of a newer one, so the
doctor inserted a small classified
ad in The Perquimans Weekly . .
the paper was issued on Friday
and by mid-afternoon Saturday
the doctor informed us that he had
had some 26 inquiries about the
bicycle and had sold it . . . that
is conclusive evidence that adver
tising in The Weekly brings re
sults. You, too, may have some dis
carded articles that can be con
verted into cash by using a small
classified ad in The Weekly.
Why not try it?
DAY SCHOOL
LESSON
JfDIVIDUAL'S RESPONSI
B1Tf REGARDING BEVER
i AGE ALCOHOL
Sunday School Lesson
r February 2, 1941
"Ahntnin from
" jearnce of evil. I Thess.
'rH Text: Habakkuk 2:15;
LT 412; Mark 942-48;
JJT npiess. 522.
As
heen t.VtA nmt.fvm tirirnncrri-
ut jTears, there is a lesson
dealmMth some form of temper
f y three months.. This will
" truuring 1941 as well, begin-
EPIfeMIC OF
bLD SYMPTOMS
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adv
ning with our lesson for this week.
The four temperance lessons this
year conce : ion: important aspects
of the sub :t. V.'.a fisst deals with
an individual's responsibility regard
ing beverajre alcohol, the second the
responsibili' y of the home concern
in? this ev'l, tlie third the responsi
bility of t'lc organized church to
ward beverage alcohol, and the series
doses with a discussion of the re
sponsibility of the community and
civic authorities on this question.
All in all, this ought to be an inter
esting and informative series of dis
cussions on this very important
matter which affects every single
person in every single community
in our land.
Of course, we cannot attempt a
discussion of the responsibility of
others toward this subject until- wa
definitely and finally decide just
what our own responsibility is. Be
cause our bodies are the "temples of
God" whose we are, anything that
we do that may destroy our bodies
is a desecration of our "temples,"
and is, therefore, a sin. Surely no
sane person can argue that the
drinking of alcohol will, not event
ually, destroy one's body.
Doubly sinful, however, is he who
encourages another to drink for the
deliberate purpose of causing intox
ication to another. The words of the
Old Testament prophet Habakkuk
42
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CHANGE OF
Ifflouurs
j'pAuse of the change in the Wage and
vHc lMv'reducine, the nrnnhpr rf hours from
40 per week, and in order that our cler-
kvork might be completed within the 40
limit, this Bank beginning February 1st,
wilopen its doors for business at 9 o'clock
I sunn p. nsp at. y n'p rrU- P M
is hoped that the public will appreciate
position and arrange their banking busi-
nei during these new hours.
IbnEt Of Esobbsville
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INSURE
Against Loss
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iu Life Insurance Coverage
Mucatiorial Endowments .
, Accident and Health Protection
OSmAliXATION - SURGERY
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ny licensed-Hospital In United States .OT jDanada ,
1:5 Certain! Surgical tioriditions
(''5yi;Fhcians.
fiifi& V; A. NACHMAN, Agent
rin? out in denunciation of such a
one. Quoting from another writer,
who paraphrases the taunt song of
Habakkuk thus: "Woe unto him
that distils and brews alcoholic bev
erages that he may fatten his purse
by that which degrades mankind!
Woe unto him that sells the stuff
and shuts his eyes to the conse
quences! Woe unto him that pre
pares the alluring advertisements to
induce others to drink! Woe unto
ir.m who publishes magazines and
newspapers which carry such adver
tisements! Woe unto him that uses
the radio to slip his noxious an
nouncements into unsuspecting
homes! Woe unto him that in the
name of hospitality offers a nar
cotic as a social drink! Woe unto
him or her that serves the innocent
looking cocktail which awakens the
craving for alcohol! Woe unto him
that votes for the sale of liquor that
business may be stimulated! Woe
unto him that tolerates the sale and
taxation of liquor that he may es
cape heavier personal taxes!
"The individual who for any ad
vantage or reason, is responsible for
inducing, directly or indirectly, oth
ers to drink alcoholic beverages, is
responsible for supporting a social
evil which has long taken, and con
tinues to take, its terrific toll in
human life and slavery."
The most common argument heard
against the using of one's influence
against the sale and use of alcoholic
liquors is that we are not to inter
fere in another's "personal liberty."
How weak an argument this is! If
we were to see a friend about to be
bitten by a deadly snake, wouldn't
we cry out a warning? Certainly!
There would be no question of his
privilege of walking where he want
ed to we would do our best to keep
him from such danger. The Chris
tian who loves his fellowman is duty
J)ound to do all he can to protect
him from himself. "Am I my
brother's keeper?" By all means.
"Yes."
Are we responsible for our influ
ence? Are we to refrain from do
ing anything which to us is not
harmful because that thing might
prove a stumbling-block to a weakei
brother? Or, should we go our
merry way, doing what we want to
and like to, with never a thought of
the effect of our actions upon our
fellowman? Whether we want to
believe it or acknowledge it, or not,
the fact remains that no person is
without his influence for good or
bad, upon others. Jesus had this in
mind when he warned against caus
ing humble people to stumble (Mark
9;42-48). Paul accepted the power
of his influence when he refrained
from doing what might prove to be
harmful in its effect upon others
(I Cor. 8).
We hesitate to contemplate the
price which so-called "high society"
is going to be called upon to pay
for "setting the style" in alcohol
drinking which has led and is still
leading many people who follow their
lead down to destruction and early I
graves. Isn't it a pity that our so
ciety leaders couldn't use their im
mense influence for the uplift, rather
than the destruction, of their fellow
men?
Applications For
Seed Loans Being
Taken Here
E. F. Morgan, field supervisor oi
the Emergency Crop Loan Office, an
nounced this week that seed loan
applications were being taken now,
and that these loans are available to
farmers who will need assistance,
and who are eligible for thi& type of
loan.
Applications for Perquimans Coun
ty loans are being taken at the
Agricultural Building in Hertford.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE
Mrs. Winston Lane and Mrs. C. R.
Lane were joint hostesses at a show
er at the home of Mrs. Winston
Lane complimentary to Mrs. Wil
liam White, who before her recent
marriage was Miss Lucy Mae Lane,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lane.
Games and contests were enjoyed
with Misses Dorothy Whedbee, Maud
Miller and Alma Davenport winning
prizes.
Those present included Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
Moody Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Whedbee,
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Lane, Mr. and
Mrs. Irvin Whedbee, Miss Alma
Davenport, Mrs.. Fred Matthews,
Mrs. H. S. Davenport, Miss Ruby
Keaton, Miss Cornie Lee Ward, Miss
Dorothy Whedbee, Mrs. V. L. Proc
tor, Miss Maude Miller, Mrs. Reuben
Stallihgs, Shelton Davenport, Mr.
and Mm. Irvin Long, Mr. and Mrs.
Winston Lane, Ernest White, Leroy
White; Oiflk . Long:, Mrs. Tommy
Matthews, Arhbrose Long, Mr. and
Mrs. William White, Misses Clarine
Whedbee, Myrtle Whedbee and Doro
thy Whedbee. . .
JMri. White was the recipient of
tnany useful and attractive gifts.
. The hostesses served fruits and
BALLAHACK CLUB MEETS
The Ballahack Home Demonstra
tion Club met at the home of Mrs.
M. M. Elliott and Mrs. Freeland El
liott on January 20th. The meeting
was opened by singing "Is Every
body Happy?" The Collect was re
peated. Mrs. Archie Lane gave an
interesting reading on Home Man
agement. During the business ses
sion club dues for 1941 were collect
ed and the Year Books were filled
out by each individual.
As the Home Agent, Miss Maness,
was ill, Miss Bernice White filled the
vacancy. She had charge of a con
test in which Mrs. PaHen Iane was
the prize winner.
During the social hour delicious
refreshments were served by the
hostesses.
Those present included Mesdames
M. M. Elliott, Freeland Elliott, Joe
Perry, Archie Lane, Pailen Lane, H.
S. Lane, Carlton Chappell, M. B.
Bail, I!. P. Monds, and Miss Bernice
White.
WHITESTON NEWS
Misses Florence Winslow and
Geneva Goodson, students at E. C. T.
C, Greenville, spent the week-end
as guests of Miss Winslow's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Winslow.
Miss Iris Winslow spent Saturday
night with Miss Madge Lane, of near
Belvidere.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wiggins, of
Sunbury, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. U.
Winslow Sunday.
Miss Syble Rogerson left Sunday
for Washington, D. C, where she
has accepted a position.
Miss Miriam Lane, Willard Baker
and Floy WinsQow spent Sunday at
their respective homes.
Mrs. Alvah Winslow, of Peters
burg, Va., is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Winslow.
Six-Point Program For
Quality Poultry Given
T. T. Brown, Extension poultry
specialist of N. C. State College,
says the greatest need in the North
Carolina poultry industry is to im
prove the quality of poultry pro
ducts offered on the market. "Local
distributors of poultry products are
always glad to handle our local pro
ducts if we will furnish them qual
ity eggs and meat in sufficient
quality and steadily," he says.
As a six-point program for pro
ducing quality poultry, Brown lists:
( 1 ) Keep onfly purebred poultry and
secure the chicks or stock from a
dependable breeder; (2) avoid over
crowding allow baby chicks at least
one square foot of floor space for
each two chicks, exclusive of space
occupied by the brooder; (3) provide
Cabbage Plants
FOR SALE
See
JOHN 0. WHITE
Hertford, N. C.
TAYLOR THEATRE
EDENTON, N. C
WE HAVE THE SHOWS
Friday, Jan. 31
The Lane Sisters, Gale Paige,
Jeffrey Lynn and May Robson in
"FOUR MOTHERS"
Saturday, Feb. 1
Roy Rogers in
"BORDER LEGION"
Sunday, Feb. 2
Granville Owen and Mona Ray In
"LI'L ABNER"
Monday and Tuesday; . Feb. 3-4
Kay Kyser and Orchestra with
Ginny Simma In-1
"YOU'LL FINDI0UT-
Wednesday, Feb. 5
; Duble Feature 10c and 20c
' Lloyd Nolan in
'MICHAEL SHAYNE, PRIVATE
I DETECTIVE
Cliff Edwards in
v "SHE COULDNT SAY NO"
Thursday Friday, Feb. 6-7
, Errol Flyrm in
"SANTE FE TRAIL"
plenty of ventilation without floor
drafts; (4) use high quality feed
and feed liberally; (5) provide am
ple feed and watering equipment;
and (6) clean and disinfect the house
and equipment thoroughly before the
chicks are started, and keep the
house and yards clean.
Three marketing hints are also
given by the State College specialist:
(1) Destroy thin, light, and diseased
birds, never offer them on the mar
ket and market only finished birds;
(2) grade and assort live market
birds according to size, color and
finish; and (3) starve birds to be
dressed for 15 to 20 hours before
slaughter, but do not withhold
drinking water.
"Unless we meet the quality re
quirements," Brown declared, "we
shouldn't blame local distributors
rrom going to California and the
Middle West for eggs and dres-sed
poultry, and to Texas for dressed
turkeys. As much as some of us
apparently disflike it, it will be
necessary to dress and grade market
poultry and turkeys, and to candle
and grade eggs before these pro
ducts reach the retailer."
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert NL'.on wish
to announce the birth of a daughter,
Rebecca Louise, born on Friday,
January 24, 1941. Both mother and
baby are doing nicelly.
Fighting For Time
"Doctor, you told me to .show you
my tongue and you have never look
ed at it."
"No, I just wanted to write a pre
scription in peace."
7oRfllevi
MUtrgot
Mark Geldon of Detroit molded
himself a very satisfactory set of
false teeth from scraps of aluminum
which he melted.
LIQUID. TABLETS. SALVE , NOSt DROPS
TRAINING ENGLAND'S
DOGS OF WAR
Explaining in words and pictures
how airedales are taught to rescue
victims buried in bombed buildings
and carry messages under heavy
machine-gun fire. One of the many
features in the February !)th issue of
The American Weekly
the big magazine distributed with thf
Baltimore American
On Sale at All Newsstand?
AUTO AND PERSONAL LOANS
See Us Personally Before Purchasing an
Automobile. No Investigation Charge.
PERSONAL LOANS FOR EVERY NEED
HERTFORD BANKING COMY
MEMBER FDIC
HERTFORD N. t.
Stands For Preparedness
FARMERS . . . like Service Men, can work
faster and gain better results by being pre
pared to do the job.
Now that spring cultivation time is near,
why not take stock of your equipment and let
us replace your needs.
Look over your Harness equipment and
come to us for Bridles, Collars, Haines, Traces,
Back Bands, Collar Pads, Tug Chains, Single
and Double Trees.
And don't forget your Middle Busters, Ex
tra Discs, Disc Cultivators, Bush Hooks,
Planters and Fertilizer Sowers.
We Have One and Two Row Sowers
Shop Here For All Your Needs
Hertford Hardware & Supply Co.
"Trade Here and Bank the Difference"
HERTFORD, N. C.
-Mr
YOUR SET MAY BE WORTH
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BRING IN YOUR OLD TIRES TODAY 1 IF
THEY'RE GOOD ENOUGH TO DRIVE IN
ON, THEY'RE WORTH MONEY TO US!
See bow much actu&l cash your old tires will
save 70a on the pmchue of new U. S. Tire. It's
the golden opporanitr rou've been waiting for
to equip your car with the extra blowout and
kid protection of longer wearing: U.S. Tire.
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"Where Service Is a Pleasure"
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