THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD K.'Cy FRIDAY; DECEMBER 22, ML
We hove 0 host of friends in this
area whom w would likt to see per -;
tonally Ift order to extend o personal .
We may not 6et around to every .
oooy so we osk tnor you conwoer ww 4
as being o genuine expression of
good wishes to eocn or you ana o
hearty thank you for past courtesies.
TH AMERICAN AGL
' MRS. W. P. CHAPPELL
, .Sarah's health "gave way ,from n
attack of grippe in April,'. -.vti
We think from this the never fully
recovered. - ' Becoming noticeably
worse after, the rammer months had
pasted, her face grew pale and her
body thinner as time went on. She
took to her bed in lite September,
growing worse from day to day, until
around October 10th. We took her
to Lake View Hospital, i At ;rtt,
there were some indications of Im
provement But soon, again there
were signs of a decline. And as we
visited the hospital from time to
time, we saw there was little hope
for her recoverv.
AtiAt ha beea' safdi the lampflffe
was beginning to flicker In its sock
et, until on November the 29th she
passed away, her countenance retain
ing a look of peaceful serenity. ,
V She was in the hospital seven
weeks. Most of this . time she en
dured much suffering. Yet she bore
it unusually well. In fact "even
now" her modest, unassuming na-
, This ,18 day of December, 1844. , ,ts, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. (Juincy.
"V' 'WALTER L. LAYDEN, . to c,aude Fields,,. of Hertford,
Aaministrawr 01 v, . ;uu. Thursday wiu Mr"av. -nrs.
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WATCHS OVR AN
Without the watchfulness and protection afforded
by America, Christmas would fall far short this year. But
because Americans everywhere have fought so coura
geously, Christmas in America will continue to be tradi
tional. WARD'S GARAGE
HERTFORD, N. C.
There's a crisis in the. making!
If stocks pile up in fertilizer plants and agents' ware
houses, the stream of supply will choke up. They must
move fast or the lack of man-power will cause a para
Take the Chilean Nitrate situation for example. To
supply the quantity needed for 1945 crops, many car
goes must be unloaded each month at each port, then
moved out by train and truck for immediate allocation.
It must move out of agents' hands as fast as it moves
in. If not, the choke-up starts and works back to the
ports, even back to the ships.
Already there's a threatened shortage of nitrogen,
due to sharply increased war needs. Unless you help
smash the bottle-neck by
taking your nitrate as soon
as it is offered, the shortage
will become acute. Thous
ands of tons wQI pile op at
U.S. ports or on the docks
in Chile. The only place 1 Chil
ean Nitrate does you any
good is on your crops. Get
yours now . . .while you
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTBATION
. Having qualified as Executrix of
the esUte o Virginia D. Hudgins,
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims 'against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned, at Hertford,
N. C, on or before the 28 day of
October, 1945', or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This 28th day of October, 1944.
Executrix of Virginia u. Jttuagins.
Leroy Nixon, j- , v 'x'?r , M
Mr.- and yMr8. Ellis ' Miller, of
Winfall, Mr. and Mrs. W. H., White
head nd children, j and Miss Grace
Watson, of Elisabeth City, were the
dinner guests of Mrs. Bertha White
head on fiuuiy.
' Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Howtti -Miss
Marjorie Howell, of Elk:
City, were the guests of her mo.
Mrs. J. C White, on (Sundr y
- Davis Trueblood,"f No', 'k,
visited his mother, 7' 11..
Mrs. W. W. Lewis and Miss Doris
Lewis spent Thursday in Norfolk.
Leroy Nixon and Everett Bright
atfonHpH thn Masonic fishfrv at
ture exnioitea rare signs or enns- yranchese 0n Thursday evening,
tian chastity and hope till the end.l Miss Janet Quincy, student at
Apparently, without a murmur or;Hi h Point College, arrived Friday
a sigh, she left time for eternity at
the age of 65 years and a few
months. Her -passing caused her
family and friends an experience of
sadness and sorrow, to me it was a
She lived most of her life in the
immediate neighborhood, except a
few trips she took with her son
west and south, going into the bor
der states and Mexico. She was pe
culiarly fond of going, even slipping
over the mountains in an automobile,
around the gorges with a satisfaction
I could not comprehend. I expect
she would have gone more, had I,
myself, been a little less sedate. In
all her domestic duties she was scru
pulously clean, exacting even a de
mand of excellence from all who
served in her family. Should I
suggest a discriminate tribute to her
memory I would say that she was
one of the cleanest human beings I
This incident occasioned quite a
bereavement, the major part of
which fell upon myself, her two sons
and their wives, her grandson and
her brother and sister, yet many
others with bowed heads and stream
ing eyes reluctantly bid adieu to one
they had learned to love so well.
The funeral was well attended and
the floral Offerings exemplified the
love and respect by which she wrt
The remarks of Brother Johnnie
seemed to verify the thought that
her life was a tribute to immortal
ity, always saying little and doing
much. ' '
After watching the undertakers
perform their task of depositing the
lifeless form in the tomb, we turned
homeward, trusting someday to meet
Sarah's immortal spirit in a world
where death and its accompanying
misfortunes can never go. The 'peo
ple of Meadow Grove Christian
inurch and iSunday School will not
soon forget her quiet, genial per
sonality. Messages and telegrams of inter
est, love and respect still coming in
evidence much sympathy and for this
we wish to express our appreciation
Listen to the poet:
"iHow the sun in all his state
Illumined the eastern skies
She passed through glory's morn
And walked in Paradise."
W. P. CHAPPELL.
In loving memory of our dear
father, L. A. Goodwin, who departed
this life one year ago today, Decern-1
ber 22, 1943:
One year ago a loved one departed
Gone from this world of struggle
Gone with a smile and a wave of the
We know he is resting in Canaan's
Though we this loved one we have
had to part,
The memory of him remains fresh in
Father, thoughts of you live with
us from day to day,
And the tears we shed we hope God
will wipe, away, :
And in His infinite understanding,
kindness and love
He will give us courage and wisdom
Helping us m we . go about our
daily tasks here vV
To -follow in the footsteps of youj
r awer, aear, v :
So when life's work on earth Is
The battle of victory will be faith
And we will begin a beautiful, eter
nal life anew
And be reunited there in Heaven
with. .you. '
-kM'a,-'-ta Wife and Children.
to spend the holidays with her
j 1 firlffif -T ""
PARAGON BEAUTY SHOE
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
- Having qualified as Administrator
of the estate of C D. Layden, t de
ceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said , deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned, at Hertford,
N. C: on or before the 18th day ct
December, 1945, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their , recovery.
All persons indebted to said .'eetate
will, please make immediate payment
AND THENNEW YEAR
TOVE MOTOR COMPANY
AT CENTER HILL IN CHOWAN COUNT i
FRIDAY M0R1IIIG,DECEI.iBER 23, AT 10 O'CLOCK
Ml .ETaffinni Cflnattttells
TO BE SOLD ON THE FAKM KNOWN iAS THE
T CAM BYRli BEAR SWAMP FARM"
LOCATED 1 MILE EAST OF CENTER HILL ON THE
CENTER HILL - HERTFORD HIGHWAY
ITEMS TO BE SOLD
4 F12 Farmall Tractors on Steel '. .
1 F12 Farmall Tractor on Bubber
2 2-Row Middlebusters for F12 Farmall
1 2-Row Planter for lU Jbarmau
a Six-foot Tractor Disc Harrows -. .
4 2Row. Cultivators for1f;i2 Farmall .
2 Fertilizer Attachments for F12 Farmall
2 Tractkor Mowers for FXZ Farmall :
lTwo Blade Tractor Disc Plow - .
1 Model 42 International Combine
l9Foot International Seed Drill -
1 Horse.Drawn International Joweru;
li2 Ton InternationalIotorfTrucc;r " .
lL-V2 Ton Chevrolet Motor Truck -, ,
1 Horse Drawn Wagon . i , . ( ,
(-General Farm Carts ' ; --
7 Good Mules . : ; v . . ' - 5 '
2- Good Horsed t u fl ;
All Miscellaneous Farming Implements " 1 -
; ( , . i: r-i, BE PRESENT ?
' - :Buy What You Need of These Scarce Machines.
' The. Farm Has Already Been Sold.
; , NOW THE CHATTELS IIUST GOl j
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