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'' A most delightful time was enlov
ed Sunday, June 22, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Channell
when, their children with friends and
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reiauves, gamerea wiin mem 10 cele
brate their fiftieth wedding anniver
The guests were met at the door
by Miss Evelyn Long, who registered
them and pinned white ribbon bows
with golden bells attached on each
A delicious country dinner was
served. The table was beautiful
with a lovely wedding cake as a
centerpiece. The dinner gu"ests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.
Chappell, honorees, Mr. and Nrs. C.
R. Chappell, Mrs. W. P. Long, Misses
Gertie Chappell, Gladys Chappell,
Evelyn Long, Mary Inez Chappell,
Blanche Chappell, and Julian Long,
Claude Chappell, R. S. Chappell, Jr.,
and Thomas Edward Chappell, Mrs.
S. C. Phillips, Mrs. Lizzie Hoffler,
Mrs. Roxanna Chappell, Mrs. Alethia
Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Chap
pell and Herman Chappell, Jr.
Those who called in the afternoon
and remembered the honorees witn
gifts were Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Long,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harris, Mr. ano
Mrs. A. D. Thatch, Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jackson, Mr. ano
Mrs. P. J. Boyce, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Phillips, Mrs. W. E. Curtis, Mrs.
Lucy Elliott, Mrs. Carrie C. Willard,
Mrs. E. S. Phaff, Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. White,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, Mrs. E.
L. Volger, Mrs. Ernest Warner, Mr.
and Mrs. Vashti White, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Tilley, Mrs. J. B. iShreve,
Mrs. W. D. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs.
James Small, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Farmer, Misses Minnie Bailey, June
Pitts, Thelma Hunter, Marjorie Phil
lips, Jean Long, Lorine Harris, Alice
Jean Jackson, Madeline Williard,
Grover Chappell, C. C. Beardslea and
Dainty refreshments were served
in the afternoon.
Rev. and Mrs. Waldo Woody, of
Greensboro, were week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. White.
Week-end guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Lane were:
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Winslow of
Chuckatuck, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ver
non Barco and children, Allene and
Durwood, of Hopewell, Va.
Miss Dixie Chappell returned home
Sunday after having spent several
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tim Jes
sup, at Henderson. She was accom
panied home by Mr. and Mrs. Jessup
and daughter, Faye.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. iSmith spent
Sunday at Drivers, Va.
Cecil Forbes, of Norfolk, Va., was
a week-end guest of his mother,
Mrs. Thomas Forbes. Mrs. Cecil
Forbes and children, Marjorie ano
Cecil, Jr., returned home with him,
after having spent a week visiting
Mrs. Forbes and Mrs. Anna Chappell.
Miss Elsie Copeland left Sunday
for Washington, D. C, to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Audren Copeland.
Mrs. Mary S. Winslow, of London
fls Modern as Tomorrow
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" , ' ' HERTFORD, N. C ;
Bridge. Va.. BDent Friday and Satur-I
day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
' Visitors in the home of Mrs. La
fayette Lane Thursday were: Mrs.
John Lane and daughter, Doris, Mrs.
Luther Winslow and daughter, Flor
ence, of Whiteston.
Mrs. J. R. Hendren, of Tynei,
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Perry and fam
ily visited in the home of Mrs. Mollie
Barber, at Winfall, Sunday.
Miss Dorothy McDaniel, of Jack
son, is the guest of Miss Evelyn
Mr. and Mrs. Loy Harrell, of Nor
folk, Va., were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. L. Winslow on Sunday.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Pittman, of
Kenly, left Monday after having vis
ited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. L. J. Winslow is visitinsr in
Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Winslow Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. George Winslow, of Norfolk,
Va.', Mrs. C. L. Shaffer and children,
Louise, Shester, Janice and Mary
Lou, of London Bridge, Va.; Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Winslow and daughter,
Mrs. Ernest White and daughter,
Esther Mae. of Whiteston. visited in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette
Lane on Wednesday.
Mrs. R. R. White, Mrs. T. C. Perry,
Misses Dorothy McDaniel and Evelyn
White spent Wednesday in Sunbury
as guests of Mrs. B. L. White.
RETURNS TO DUTIES
Miss Madeline Lamb, who holds a
position at the Elizabeth Buxton
Hospital in Newport News, Va., re
turned there Sunday after spending
the week-end with her mother, Mrs.
H. V. Lamb, at Belvidere. Mrs.
Lamb accompanied her daughter to
Newport News for a few days' visit.
WOODLAND CHURCH TO
HAVE SPECIAL SERVICE
There will be a special service at
Woodland Methodist Church on Sun
day, June 29. Sunday School will
begin at 10:30 a. m. W. T. Robbins
of Elizabeth City, will deliver an ad
dress. Mr. Robbins is well known
throughout this county as he was a
resident of New Hope. He is now
manager of the Value Store in Eliza
A special offering will be taken
for the Methodist Orphanage at Ra
leigh. The public is cordially invitea
to come and share in the good work
being carried on.
HERTFORD PEOPLE TO
ATTEND RALLY SATURDAY
J. Emmett Winslow announced on
Wednesday that approximately ten
tickets have been sold here for the
Young Democrats Rally at Nags
Head Saturday, June 28. Mr. Wins
low stated that he has' a few tickets
left and any one wishing to attend
should see him before Friday night
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
Miss Mary Sumner was a charm
ing hostess at a bridge party Tues
day evening at her home. Those
enjoying the evening were Mesdames
J. G. Roberson, Oscar Felton, Dur
wood Reed, T. B. Sumner, B. G.
Koonce, Charles E. Johnson, Tommy
Jessup, R. M. Riddick, Misses Helen
Morgan, Kate Blanchard and Eliza
beth Knowles. High score prize was
awarded Mrs. Felton, low went to
Miss Morgan and Mrs. Sumner re
ceived the floating prize? A dainty
salad course was served by the
hostess. v '
Mrs. Charlie Lane, of Hertford
Highway, visited her sister, Mrs. Asa
Matthews, Sunday morning.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Q.
Hurdle Sunday afternoon were Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel Jordan, Mr. and Mrs.
Carroll Jordan and children, of near
Edenton; Mrs. Betty Bunch, Bill
Jordan, Joe Jordan, Lloyd Bunch, of
Center Hill; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jen
nings and son, Sammy.
Mrs. Z. D. White and Stewart
White spent Sunday with Mr. ana
Mrs. John White, of Simons Creek.
Joseph Sumner, of Norfolk, Va.,
visited his mother, Mrs. Nellie Sum
ner, during the week-end.
Mrs. E. L. Jennings spent Tuesday
with Mrs. Bircher Banks, of Hertford
Miss Leona Baccus, of Hertford,
and Odell Baccus, of Norfolk, Va.,
spent the week-end with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Baccus.
Miss iShirley Hurdle and Eugene
Hurdle spent Thursday with Mrs.,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Ferrell and
Gilmer, of Woodville; Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Jordan and Woodman, of
Newland, visited in the home of Mr.i
and Mrs. W. Q. Hurdle on Sunday
J. T. Jordan is able to be out again
after being confined to his bed for
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hurdle and
children visited her parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. 0. K. Twine, of Hertford, on
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jennings and
son, Sammy, Mrs. Nellie Sumner
and daughter, Emily Anne, Mrs.
Johnnie Baccus and children, Mrs. L.
D. White, Daryl and Elinor Glyn
Hurdle attended the Children's Day
program at Oak Grove Church Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Stallings, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Hurdle and children
attended the Children's Day program
at Bagleys Swamp Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lane, who
were recently married, were enter
tained at a miscellaneous shower on
Friday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Lane, at Whiteston.
Mrs. Lane, before her recent mar.
riage, was Miss Daisy Matthews, of
The honorees were , the recipients
of many useful and Iovelv crifta
After numerous games were enjoyeq,
the guests were served ice cream.
ihose present and those sending
guia mciuaea Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Lane, honorees; Mr. and Mrs. George
Carver, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lane, Mr.
ana Mrs. u. M. Winslow, Mr. ana
Mrs. Roy Winslow, Earl Winslow,
Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Hendren, Mr.
and Mrs. Archie White, Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Arba
winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wins
low, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Winslow,
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Stallings, Mr.
and Mrs. Alton Winslow, Mr. ana
Mrs. lorn Riddick, Mr. and Mrs. Roo
ert Riddick, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Riddlcic,
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Winslow, Mr.
and Mrs. D. E. Winslow, Mr. ana
Mrs. A. N. Winslow, Mrs. DeWitt
Winslow, Mrs. Wallace Baker, Mrs.
Jim Carver, Mrs. R. R. White, Mrs.
John Lassiter, Mrs. Charlie Baker,
Mrs. Elmer Winslow, Mrs. Verna
Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wig
gins, Misses Doris Lane, Mavis
winslow, Edith White, Pearle White,
Lena Winslow, Annie Winslow Eve
lyn White. Clemma Winnlnw VM
Winslow, Madge Lane, Iris Winslow,
vena, winslow, Myrtle Winslow,
Helen Winslow, Florence Winslow
and Johnnie White, and Ernest Wins
low, Carl Winslow, Clarence Wins
low, Thomas Winslow, Lester Baker,
Leslie Winslow, Elihu Winslow, Hil
ton White, Lyndon White, Elsbury
Lane, Harold Lassiter. Herbert Wrt.
liams, Jasper Winslow, Bennie Wins
low and Elmer Lassiter: Darvin r.i-.
ver, Harry Lee Winslow, Rubye Lane,
JMoise wmsiow. Dons Carver, Joan
Winslow, Thelma White, Faye Wins
low, Esther Winslow. Mariori
becca White, Janie Winslow. Mar
guerite and Peggy Cooke, of Wood
ville, Mrs. Russell Smith, Mae Tal
madge and Janice Smith, of West
Norfolk, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Barco and Allen Barco, of Hopewell,
Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Wins
low, of Petersburg, Va.
AAA Wheat Forms
Says E. Y. Floyd
"There is absolutely nothing? im
plicated about the wheat forms that
must be kept by combiners and
threshers of wheat who accent toll
for harvesting this year's crop under
tne 1941 marJcetinir tiuota Droirram."
says E. Y. Floyd, State AAA execu
tive officer at State College. A full
explanation of the simple forms will
be made to . all threshers and com
biners at the county, agent's office In
every county, the AAA officer said.'
Floyd cited the simplicity of Che
formsi in, the jKiace of reports some
wheat harvesters had elected to tia.
wheat. for cash only, rather-tha ac
cept toll, ;tnce; the latter, procedure
Jkne WiUiors Str
In New Role At
The mischievous tomboy of last
year has become the glamourous
young lady of today. Jane Withers
has really grown up, grown up s
that she has a "crush" and is kisBed
for the first time on the screen in
her 27th starring film for 20th Century-Fox,
"A Very Young Lady,"
which comes Monday to the State
Blue denims give way to full
length organdy dance frocks in this
film, centered about a fashionable
girl's school. Jane's father, who
wants to make a well-mannered lady
of her, has sent her to the boarding
school run by John 'Sutton. But Jane
learns more than how to drink tea
and munch crumpets.
A secret "crush" on Sutton and an
equally secret kiss from Richard
Clayton, one of the boys from the,
military academy across the road, al
most finish Jane's finishing school
education. Jane isn't fickle, it's only
that love upsets her. The sympa
thetic advice of her beautiful teacher,
Nancy Kelly, who is also secretly in
love with Principal John Sutton,
makes that advice doubly effective.
There are tears and laughter,
heartthrobs and moonstruck glances
as Jane grows up But it's been
worth waiting for, especially to
watch Jane make a grand entrance
in her new evening gown with a cor
sage of orchids.
Included in the cast of "A Very
Young Lady," are Janet Beecher and
June Carlson. Robert T. Kane was
the associate producer and Harold
Schuster directed fro ma screen play
by Ladislas Fodor and Elaine Ryan,
based on a play by Ladislas Fodor.
CROSS ROADS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Morris and Mr.
Morris' father, of Raleigh; C. P.
Palmer, of Kilmarnock, Va.; Mrs. A.
B. Hollowell and Miss Esther Elliott,
of Aulander, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Elliott.
Mrs. Hughes Bunch and daughter,
and Mrs. J. E. Waff spent Wednes
day in Norfolk, Va., with Edward
Mrs. R. C. Nixon and her mother,
Mrs. Rountree, Mrs. George Bunch
and son. Roster, visited Mrs. E. N
Elliott Wednesday afternoon.
Miss blise Hines, Robert Win-
borne and J. W. Elliott, of Suffolk,!
va.; Mrs. a. a. Hollowell and Miss
Esther Elliott, of Aulander; Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Elliott were dinner meat
of Mrs. W. H. Winborne Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Bunch and
daughter, Peggy, spent Sunday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Waff, of near Edenton.
Mrs. Rosa Ward is visiting her
sister, Mrs. B. M. Hollowell, iSr.
Mrs. A. S. Bush has returned
from Lake View Hospital, Suffolk,
Va., and is getting along nicely.
Mrs. Melton Bateman and daughter
of Ryland; Mrs. A. B. Hollowell, of
Aulander; Mrs. Lindsay Evans and
Mrs. E. N. Elliott visited Mrs. B. M.
Hollowell, Sr., and Miss Orene Hollo
well Saturday evening.
Jim Neeley, of Greensboro, spent
Friday night at the home of Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Elliott and Miss
Esther Elliott made a business trip
to Norfolk, Va., Monday.
R. H. Hollowell, Ray Hollowell, T.
L. Ward and son, David, and Dr.
Titus Ward spent Sunday at Ocean
Mrs. Ray Hollowell and daughter,
Anne, spent Sunday with Mrs. W. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hollowell
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Minnie Holloman, at Harrelsville.
Mrs. Z. W. Evans and Mrs. Rob
Evans visited Mrs. W. A.
Miss Frances Evans, of JArlronn ;
spending uus week at home.
Mrs. Z. W. Evans snent th v.ir.
end visiting Mrs. John Wilson at
Weeksville. Mrs. Frank Wil
Mrs. 0. E, Lane in Elizabeth City.
and Mr. and Mra. J. r..
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hollowell, Jr.,
and children and M!aha n.nU!.
and Bobby Perry were supper guests
or air. ana Mrs. W. A. Perry Sunday
Miss Mary WinhornA V.vanm ti m.
turned from Louisburg College after
a weea-s Stay.-' . : 1
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Misses Willi
etta, Esther, Frances and Helen
Evans attended the wedding of Miss
Annie Odom Hudgins to Homer M.
Vernon, of Alabama v on :) Saturday
evening at 6 o'clock at Zion Metho
dist Church, near Gatesville. "
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holiowell,
of Brayhall, were dinner guests, of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hollowell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hollowell and
on visited Mr. and Mrs. HAW.
Leary. Sr..! of Rockv Tiv.vv ? ttmA-.
evening. ' lit tj Jt- - $
; Mr. and Mrs.-Ralph Hollowell and
eWMrfln viaiAif anil T. t.1ll.
Hobbs, at Hohbsville, Sunday Vafter-
OAK GROY3E SOCIETY Mrcnr
The iWoman's Society Hf nirltrftnn
Service of Oak Grove Church met on
Mrs, W, W. Lewis had charge of the
devotional. Mrs. Addle -: Bright led
in prayer. The hymn, "Jesus Calls
Us,6 was sung. Responsive reading
from Matthew :1-12 was read., Mrs.
C. P. Quincy had charge of the pro
gram, the topic being "Our Steward
ship for Christian"- Citizenship.", The
following readings were given;' Al
cohol and Narcotics, Mrs. Quincy;
Youth and Alcohol, Mrs. Emmett
Stallings; Human Body, Grace Fer
rell, and Regarding Narcotics, Addle
Mae Ferrell. The program was clos
ed by singing "Take Time To Be
Those present were Mesdames
Addie Bright, P. L. Griffin, George
Jackson, W. W. Lewis, C. P. Quincy,
Emmett Stallings, Letcher Bundy,
and Wilbert Newbold, Misses Alice,
Gracie and Addie Mae Ferrell.
S. S. RALLY DAY AT
NEW HOPE SUNDAY
Rally Day services will be held at
New Hope Methodist Sunday School
on Sunday morning, July 6th, imme
diately before preaching services.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend and especially those interested
in helping to build a bigger and bet
ter Sunday (School which will mean
a better community in which to live.
Next Four Months Will
Be "Ilay-Caking Time"
During the next four months the
major portion of the hay crop in
North Carolina will be harvested.
The production of hay has increased
remarkably in recent, years. During
the period from 1929 through 1938,
North Carolina produced an average
of 720,000 tons of hay annually. Last
year more than a million tons of hay
Farmer Friends -
We Are Now Delivering ....
NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER
Get your Land Plaster now while the supply is plentiful.
After our present stock is gone we will have no more.
Price Delivered to Your Farm
Well Be Glad to Have Your Orderf
J. C. Blanchard & Co., Inc.
"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832
RIGHT PRICES QUALITY MERCHANDISE
HERTFORD, N. C.
Enjoy Summer driving by trading in your old car for a late
model used car . . . youll save in the long run. A few of our
bargains are listed.
1935 Chevrolet 4-door
1934 Chevrolet Coupe.
In good condition.
1937 Ford 4-door Se
dan. Priced right.
1935 Ford 4-door De
luxe Sedan. Trunk.
1933 Ford Coupe. See
1930 Model A Ford
1936 Plymouth 2-door
1937 Dpdge,2-dooTr De
SEE THESE USED TRUCKS
1935 Ford lJ-Ton. Long chassis.
1937 Chevrolet Panel Dpltvrv
1936 Ford Pick-un.
I 1937 Plymoutii Pick-up. Priced to sell.-
USED PARTS ... We have Used Parts for all
makes and;models at HALF PRICE," "
A$t About Our Liberal Payment Plan
Chrysler Plymouth v -
SALES AND SE3.VICa v
John A- Arey,. Extension dairy
sneclaliat of N. C. State Collera. aava v'
a large part of the hay produced in ix
North Carolina Is medium to -low vec-.fi
feed value. - -' v
"Good quality hay," Arey declared, -"is
expressed by leafiness, fine stenu, V ,
good aroma, a distinct green color, ' 5
and a low percentage of 4 foreign. "
matter, such as weeds and stubbte;t ,
Barring weather conditions, the farm'- V -er
can langely control all these fac- It---
iora mroug-n metnoaa 01 proaucuon 4
The dairy specialist savs that one
of the most important factors affect- "
ing the quality of hay is the stage of f n -maturity
at which it is cut. .With "
most hay crops the nercentaare o 4 H i'
leafiness and protein content are a &
highest soon after the plant begins 'V".
to bloom. A little later the protein V"y "
moves toward the seed, the stems be- sI?-vV
come more woody, and the leave
next to the around besrin to fIt k j : '
The time to cut alfalfa hay is " '
when the crop is one-tenth to one- -f i
fourth in bloom; lespedeza, when the U '
crop is about one-half in bloom; soy
hAflna urban tTiia nwio or. fnimij vrfiv
ed and the seed about half developed; jtf ,a f
and oowpeas, when the first pods be- .1 ' !
igin to yellow. ti
Complete information on hay mak-
ing is contained in Extension Circu-
lar No. 237, "Making Hay in North '
Carolina." which is nvnilnhla f-raa,-: J
upon request to the Agricultural Edi
tor, N. C. State College, Raleigh.
SALESMAN WANTED MEN
wanted for Rawleigh Routes of 600
families. Reliable hustler should
make good earnings at start and
increase rapidly. Write today. Raw
leigh's, Dept. NCF 100-6, Rich
1934 Chevrolet Master.
Coach with trunk.
1933 Chevrolet 4-door
Sedan. Drives good. ' '
1936 Ford Coach with
trunk. Ready to go.
1934 Ford 4-door Se
dan. Priced to sell '?
1932 Ford B Model
Coach. : i t
1939 Plymouth 4-door.
Touring Deluxe Se
dan. 1934 Plymouth 4-aoor
Sedan. Runs, good. 1
Other Good Used dars
fionrt mnrlitmri i
M. M M4,
involves the use ox AAA forms.
Wednesday, June 18, at the church.
tifiiS' nil! mi,. 4 4 w.
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