'-THE PERQUIMANS VVEEKLT, HERTFORD, N. C,' FRIDAY, , DECEMBER , 22, 1944.
Our Very Best Manner
We Wish You the
You've Ever Had . . ,
HERTFORD SHOE SHOP
Need IAore Doctors , .
The. e' is grea shortage of doc
tors iif die rural . areas wf North
Carolinu; this .wag true even before
Once again we welcome the
Christmas season. This year, how
ever, the occasion takes on added
importance because of the trying
"timet each of us have experienced
since last Christmastime.
Gratefully we acknowledge the
courtesies you have extended us
these past twelve months, and we
hum of no better time to expreu
pur appreciation than on this, the
happiest occasion of them all.
May Christmas hold for you and
yours all the good thinjs possible.
North ' Carolina, ' ' In The .
i'trquiukiin Vounly J Superior Court
. .-!' i. i Terra 194-, . -xf'fi
, ft. NOTICE ; V i
' Ruth Branch, Plaintiff ,
Va. r t .' ,
the war, and the 'situation continues 1 William Edward Branch, Defendant
to rrw worse. - , ' - -a -. 1 William" Edward Branch, the De-
', The Department of Rural Scot- fendant above named, will take notice
ogy at State Colleg, under the dl- that an action for divorce, ; entitled
mtionof Dr. C. Horace Hamilton, above, has been commenced in the
quote data from the American Med- Superior Court of Perquimans Coun-
ical Wreclory and the N. C Medical tyT North Carolina, for the purpose
Societ, to show that in 1940 only 81 of obtaining an absolute. , divorce
per cent of the doctors of North Ca- from the bonds of matrimony .; be-
roh'na were found "in the areas where tween the. plaintiff and the defend-
73 per cent of the people livedo ant, upon the grounds of two yean
Where one doctor is needed for sepaiation, and the defendant , -will
feach 1,000 people, there was only one 'ake notice that he 4s required to
doctor lor 5,174 rural people in appear wunin au aays aiier puouca
North Carolina this year. The situ- tion hereof, as prescribed by law, at
ation stacks up like this: the- city the Court House of Perquimans
areas need all the doctors they have, County, North Carolina, and answer
and the country districts need about or demur to the complaint filed in
live times as many doctors as they said action, or the plaintiff will ap
now have. - P'y to the court for the relief de
Some rural people use city doctors "landed in said complaint,
but Dr. Hamilton points out that 55 This the 27th day of ' December,
per cent of the land area in the 1944-
State lies more than five miles from . W. H. PITT,
the town and cities where doctors Clerk Superior Court
live. "In the day of the automobile Perquimans County.
five miles or more may not aonear to : (SEAL)
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Quinn Furniture Co.
2ii N. Poindcxter St.
Elizabeth City, N. C.
be a great barrier to reaching a
physician," he says. "Yet, about 58
per cent of our farm families do not
own automobiles and less than 5 per
cent have telephones for use in
Dr. Hamilton, Mary E. Holloway
and Margaret M. Cole suggest that
one way to get more doctors in the
country is to build more hospitals and
health centers in small rural communities.
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GOOD CHEER AMD
It doesn't tak couoons arid rotiontno to t ,rr
eod happiness and good pheer There'
plenty for all and no points necessary 1 , ; '
Here's wishing you unbounded joy this ,
' Christmas seasoa May ft be extended "
. . And for your liberal patronage, we say,,
"Thank vou "
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sympathetic of the other f ellowr
The old years fades Into history. Morty, mony imporranx wnn iuwi
ploce ond we find ourselves with mixed emotions. We ponaer tne nsxi rweive nwron - , ,
yet we face it with the some determination that has carried Amsrica thus far f , , y; i :
We do not fear the new year. We welcome witn an us poswiuuw u.-m .
promise of happier days. Grant that we may continue to.U tolerant one with an-yr f
other and as the dawn of the new year approacnes, we say, . mawh
You. Our Friends.
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