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WHY WOMEN AND INDUSTRY
"I think after all the American
way of life means more to va home
making women than it does to any
other group of people," said the
"Not more than it does to the men
and women in Industry," answered
the man, fully aware of the impor
tance of our kind of democracy to the
free functioning of Industry.
"But it gives us a chance to realize
all our basic aspirations," the woman
"And what are these aspirations?"
"There are five of them: We
to create happy, comfortable
to bring up children who will be
ahlfl to build for themselves in
freedom a still better world to
morrow to contribute to community and
social betterment through indi
vidual action and group partici
pation to defend, particularly in these
dark days, the cherished tradi
tions of the American way of
to insure a life of freedom for
ourselves and our families."
"Now let me see if I can sum up
Industry's ambitions which can only
Improved Soil Aids Child Health
be realized in a country like this.
"First of all, at this time Indus
try's objective is:
to build swiftly the sinews of
national defense so that our in
stitutions of freedom may be
"After that its objectives are:
to build an even higher standard
of living for Americans.
to keep open the door of oppor
tunity and through science and
research, to create ever wider
to provide more jobs with higher
By this tiie the woman had put
down her krutting and was leaning
forward eagerly. "But don't you
see," she asked, "that it's the same
thing we're after? In the long run
what we both want is the welfare of
the individual. That is the real rea
son you are seeking for a higher
standard of living, and the real rea
son we want to build happier homes."
"I see," he nodded. "So after all,
shall we say that we are partners
you women at home and we people
"Yes," said the woman, "with pre
servation of the American way of
life which means everything to the
individual our one objective!"
Navy To Train Young
Men for Naval Re
Native-born, unmarried men be
tween the ages of 20 and 28 will be
accepted immediately for training
leading to a commission in the Naval
They must possess a Bachelor of
Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Engi
neering Degree from accredited uni
versity or college, and submit credits
necessary to substantiate degree
held, including at least two one
semester courses, or their equivalent,
in mathematics of college grade. A
course in Plane Trigonometry must
be included in, or have been taken
preparatory to, the college mathema
tics courses" presented. Students in
their senior college 'year may file
application ninety days prior to
graduation, but shall not be enlisted
until receipt of degree.
Lieutenant-Commander Herbert G
Chandler, officer in charge of the
Richmond Navy Recruiting District,
states that the Richmond quota is 225
and that the applications will be ac
cepted in the manner they are filed.
Further information may be ob
tained by calling at or writing your
local Navy Recruiting tStation. Navy
Recruiting Stations in the Richmond
District are located in Richmond,
Norfolk, Danville, Staunton, Lynch
burg and Roanoke in Virginia, and
in Bluefield, Charleston and Hunting
ton" in West Virginia.
Husband My dear, the seeds you
ordered won't flower until the second
WifeOh, that's quite alright. I
ordered them from last year's cata
PATRONISE OUR ADVERTISERS
1. Where is the "land of the
2. How does British shipping re
sources compare with losses in the
3. What is the total of American
shipping resources ?
4. What was the Anti-Comintern
Pact of 1936?
5. How far is it from Gibraltar,
in Spain, to Tangier, the seaport in
6. Name the seven oceans of the
7. What American coin carries the
8. About what percentage of the
national income would be consumed
by the proposed tax program?
9. Can German troops travel ov
erlanr to Spain without going
10. Which of the twenty-one
American republics is the largest?
Observance of Child Health Day every May 1 indicates the nation's
interest in the welfare of its future citizens such as this radiant child.
This interest is shared by the 6 million farmers cooperating in the AAA
farm program. As a contribution to proper nutrition for growing chil
dren, these farmers are creating soil conditions which assure an abund
ance of healthful foods both now and in the future. Application to the
land of liming materials and superphosphate, shown in the top picture,
is one means, of doing this. Such practices mean better pastures, more
and better milk from dairy cows, and healthier American children.
2. Estimates: Shipping available,
15,000,000 tons; losses 5,000,000 tons.
3. Estimate. 7,000,000 tons, exclu
sive of about 1,000,000 tons of for
eign vessels in American harbors.
4. An agreement between Ger
many, Italy and Japan, aimed at
5. 33 miles.
6. North and South Atlantic, Arc
tic and Antarctic, North and South
Pacific and the Indian.
7. The dime, showing the fasces
a bundle of rods and an axe.
8. About 25 per cent.
9. Yes; the Germans have a strip
along the Atlantic coast to the Span
Out roa'f getting genuine I L J I . I l f j
U.S. Tiree-fsmooe for their ( I lllHll X 1
Mrs. J. D. Twine and daughter,
Miss Myrtle Twine, had as guests on
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Parker
and. daughter, Sandra, Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Goodwin and daughter, Joyce,
and Mrs. C. C. Bpivey, all of Ports
mouth, Va.; Mrs. J. T. Twine, J. T.
Twine, Jr., Juanita and Welton
Twine, Misses Helen and Virginia
Twine, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward
and children, Miss Annie Jordan,
Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Jordan and
children, of Tyner.
Miss Dorothy Bragg and Rev.
Frank Cale spent Friday night at
Stem with Miss Bragg's parents.
Miss Sarah Winborne, a Senior at
W. C. U. N. C, Greensboro, spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Elliott, Miss
Esther Elliott and C. P. Palmer
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.'
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Leary spent
Friday night in Washington, N. C,
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Welch, Jr.
Miss Dorothy Bragg and Rev.
Frank Cale were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Briggs, at Gii
den, on Sunday.
Paul Byrum, who taught at Middle
sex, is visiting his parents, Rev. and
Mrs. J. T. Byrum.
Misses Esther Elliott, Sarah Win
borne and Marguerite Asbell spent
Saturday in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Q. T. Hollowell has returned
from Elizabeth City, where she visit
ed her son, Eugene Hollowell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Epting and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barnett
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Blow, of Edenton, Misses Eleanor
Winslow, Marian Fiske, Bonnie
Rowe, Eunice Hobbs and Louise Wil
son, and C. O. Myers were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hollo
well on Sunday.
Miss Louise Bush, Hiller Fahey
Byrum and Lindsay Evans attended
the birthday dinner given by Miss
Anne Elizabeth Byrum, of Center
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Hollowell, of
Portsmouth, Va., spent the week-end
with Mrs. Hollowell's mother, Mrs.
Ray Hollowell, of Portsmouth, Va.,
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Hollowell.
Mrs. Lindsay Evans, Mrs. E. N.
Elliott, Miss Esther Elliott and Miss
Louise Holcomb visited Mrs. B. M.
Hollowell, Sr., and Mrs. Bertram
Hollowell Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hollowell, Sr.,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Lena Asbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jordan, Jr.,
and family were supper guests of
Mrs. Rosie Nixon, in Rocky Hock, on
C. P. Palmer and E. N. Elliott
spent Monday morning in Colerain.
Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Whichard, of
Murphy, visited Mrs. W. H. Winborne
and Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Elliott Tues
C. P. Palmer has returned to his
home at Kilmarnock, Va., after being
with the . Cannons Ferry Fish Co.
during the spring.
Miss Esther Evans, who taught in
Hertford, has arrived to spend the
summer with Mrs. Z. W. Evans.
Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Whichard, of
Murphy, were supper guests of Mrs.
Z. W. Evans Tuesday evening.
Mrs. L. G. Bateman spent Monday
with Mrs. C. W. Blanchard.
Clifton Dail, of Washington, N. C,
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. J. Henderson Dail.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Sullivan
of Hertford, Mr. and Mrs. Kelmer
Copeland and son of Norfolk, Va.,
and Miss Louise Dail, of Wilson,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Dail. Mr. and Mrs. Watson
Blanchard, of Greenville, visited with
them in the morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson Blanchard, of
Greenville, spent the week-end with
Mrs. C. W. Blanchard. Miss Helen I
Blanchard and Nick Volis, of Nor
folk, Va., spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hollowell visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Leary, Sr., in
Rocky Hock, Sunday afternoon.
E. N. Elliott won the quilt given
away by the Chowan Woman's Club.
The pillow, donated by Hughes
Bunch, was won by Mrs. R. H. Hollowell.
Wampum Goes Bad
Records of New Haven colony are
without mention of silver until 1651,
when contributors to church funds
were asked to pay in silver or bills
"because the wampum was so bad
that the officers who received it
could make little use of it."
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brady and
children and Sergeant Zash, of Lang
ley Field, Va., spent the week-end
with Mrs. Brady's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Jordan, Kr.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lane and
family and Mr. and Mrs. George
Chapman, of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and
Mrs. Gussie Perry and family, of
Gates County, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
White and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Jordan, Jr., and family visited
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jordan, Sr., Sun
Lester Jordan, of Norfolk, Va.,
spent the week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Jordan, Jr.
Tuesday - Thursday
MAY AND JUNE
Dr. Ward's Office
HERTFORD, N. C.
EDENTON, N. C.
WE HAVE THE SHOWS
Friday, May 16
Vivien Leigh and
Laurence Olivier in
"THAT HAMILTON WOMAN"
Saturday, May 17
William Boyd in
Sunday, May 18
Merle Oberon - Melvyn Douglas in
"THAT UNCERTAIN FEELING"
Monday & Auesday, May 19-20
James Stewart and
Paulette Goddard in
"POT O' GOLD"
with HORACE HEIDT and
Wednesday, May 21
Double Feature 10c and 20c
Boris Karloff in
"THE DEVIL COMMANDS"
Kay Francis in
Thursday & Friday, May 22-23
Judv t'anova. Bob Crosby and
Orchestra in "SIS HOPKINS"
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HERTFORD, N. C.
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You glide into speed without the hesitating jerks of gearshifting. And
stoplights lose their perversity when you don't have to shift for them.
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"Where Service Is a Pleasure" '
ROAD AND WRECKING SERVICE
It's Time to
Re-Sole Old Shoes . . .
THEY'LL LOOK LIKE NEW
Leather, Chrome or
Rubber or Leather
'We Must Collect Sales Tax
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l ; EDENTON, N. C.
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