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Win Over Mdyock
Chalking up their second victory
n three starts the Perquimans High
School girls' basketball team won
easily over the Moyock girls in u
preliminary game to the Indians'
tussle last Friday night. The final
.score was Perquimans 23, Moyock 13.
The local sextet opened the game
with an eieht to one lead at the end
of the first period; then Coach Us-J
ter sent in an entire new team,
which maintained the lead chalked
up by the regulars. The half end
ed with the Squaws leading 11 to 9.
The regulars went hack into the
game during the second half and
continued to hold the Moyock team
under control. During the third per
iod the local team scored five points
to Moyock's two, and then added
tieven points in the final period,
while Moyock hit for another two.
Scoring for Perquimans Mansfield
garnered eight, Whit five, Webb
five and Perry five. For Moyock,
Watson was high scorer with seven
W.W, White Named On
' W. W. White, representing Per
quimans County in the 1945 General
Assembly, has been named to serve
on a number of legislative commit
tees by Speaker of the House, Oscar
The committees on which Repre
sentative White will serve are: Ap
propriations, Commercial Fisheries,
Conservation and Development,
Courts and Judicial Districts, Drain
age, Journal, Pensions, Justices of
Peace, Library, Printing and Public
Buildings and Grounds.
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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD, .N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1945
Otimtvi by U. B. War Dcpartmtnt, Burnu of Public Relation.
ON THE GERMAN BORDER Wary U. S. Infantry crouch behind a hedge as the lead mtffi sizes
up the situation around the corner in a battle-scarred village a mile south of Bardenberg, Germany.
A small dof wanders through the street beside the second man, left.
OPA investigators in the kaleigh
district are in the process- ! analyz
ing samples of gasolii t uotained
from various dealers after many
complaints that gasoline being sold
at premium prices is in fact regular
gasoline, Theodore S. Johnson, dis
trict OPA director, announced today.
Some laboratory tests have shown
that foreign substances such as min
eral spirits, kerosene and chemical
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dyes were used to dilute regular
"This creates another source of
black market gasoiine," Johnson said,
"and enforcement agents are going
to stop this defrauding of consumers
at its inception."
Ration Board Issues
23 Tire Certificates
Twenty-three Perquimans motor
ists received permits for purchase of
tires during the past week, Mrs.
Helen Davenport, clerk of the local
ration board, announced Monday.
Permits for passenger type tires
were issued to E. M. Perry, 1; James
A. Newby, 1; Ardell Byrum, 2; R.
E. Pearce, 1; R. A. Echler, 1; John
nie Baker, 1; Archie Felton, 2; Rufus
Lilly, 1; Dan Smith, 1; G. C. Buck,
1; G. W. Baker, 1; Enos Mallory, 1;
Sidney Layden, 2; Noah Felton, Jr.,
1; F. M. Copeland, 2; Nathan Rid
dick, 2; Mrs. Grace Benson, 3; Wil
liam Bogue, 3; Lloyd Chappell, 1;
Mrs. Nellie Walker, 1.
Truck and tractor type: S. M.
Long, 2; J. M. Miller, 1, and Pres
ton Nixon, 1.
NUW HOPE W. S. C. S. TO MEET
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the New Hope Methodist
Church will meet on Thursday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock, in the Sunday
School room. All members are urg
ed to attend, and visitors are welcome.
the total crop has taeen mafasoai
reduced. Many fields in '. this ; ftr
were not harvested because (' th'
were almost a total loss ( v
Blair recommends Ogden, Volstai
and Arksoy among the newly crown
varieties that are suitable lor both
hay and seed. The leading nurieties
on which growers have learned o
depend arp Tokio. Wood's -Yellow,
Mammoth Yellow and Haberlandt.' .
Seed of such special hay varieties
as Laredo, Otootan and Virgin! arc ;
much scarcer than the general pur- f ,
Willie Monds Gets
Citation For Work In
For participation in the European
Theatre, nnmely the Normandy
Coa t, V. illie Elgin Monds, PhM. 2-c,
of Tyner, received a citation for out
standing work. Monds played an im
portant part in Navy evacuation con
trol, operating on two beaches in
France and during five weeks assist
ed in evacuating y 20,000 casualties
,rom French beaches. CARD OF THANKS : ;
Leut C. C. Fowkes was the only We wkh to egg wf&CM
Hospital Corps officer assigned to thanks to our many .friend , and
luty on the French beaches under neighbor8 for their sympathy, ' help .
vhom Monds served. After serving and kJndness durin our QtauArmd
n ! ranee, Monds was assigned to the tria ,n tha naA wn . tf,.
taffofthe Naval Hospital Corps also for the cr(isved
School as an instruction officer. , . .t . "W.?-. . ?
. , : wnne in tne nospiiai. :i:
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Parrlai. J
i:id late in December was sent to
Memphis, Tenn., for further orders.
Get Soybean Seed
For 1945 Planting
WHAT GIVES SHOPLIFTERS
URGE TO STEAL?
The most holy sacrifice of the
mass is oilered every Sunday at 11
a. m., including sermon (Jan. 14, sec
ond .Sunday after Epiphany, on
"Most Powerful Sweet, .Holy Name
of Jesus"), Holy Communion, sung I
mass or hymns, prayer for peace, j
followed by Sunday School, at St.
Ann's Catholic Church, Edenton,
stated the Rev. Father Francis J.
Confessions there Sunday 10:30 to
10:55 a. m.
Everybody invited to all services.
Wealth and position seent'ifot to $.
matter when it comes to shoplifting. "
Farmers who plan to plant soy- Many persons in high positions have :f
beans in 1945 will do well to get a nwotic compulsion to steal. "Read ;
their seed now, if they do not already the experiences of a woman Slore dW -J
have them on hand, says Enos Blair,1 'ctive- " of.MnLlW ef-
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He explains that late planted soy
beans in Eastern Carolina were se
verely damaged by insects and that
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each nostril. It soothes Irritation,
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BAPTIST GROUPS TO MEET
MONDAY NIGHT AT CHURCH
The Y. W. A., G. A., R. A. and
the Sunbeams of the Hertford Uap
tist Church will meet at the church
Monday night, January 15, at 7:30
After the business meeting, a so
cial hour is planned. All members
are urged to be present.
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High-potash fertilizers are a good investment.
With prices of potash still at low prewar levels
and prices for farm products at high wartime
levels, greater profits than ever before can be
obtained for every dollar spent for this necessary
Not only maintain but build up the fertility of
your soils. Now there is plenty of potash to make
the high-potash fertilizers recommended by your
official agricultural advisers. Use these fertilizers
in the amounts suggested for your particular
soils and crops.
Write us or further information and fret literature
on the practical fertilization of crops
Sixty-one pressure canner clinics,
to serve every county in North Ca
rolina, will ibe held during February,
March and April by the Agricultural
Engineering Department ,and the
Home Demonstration Department of
the State College Extension Service.
In some areas two counties will co
operate to hold a clinic at a central
Safety valves, pressure gauges,
pet cocks and the seal between the
lid and the kettle will be checked
with special equipment developed oy
the Extension engineers. Since it is
very difficult to obtain repairs Oy
competent workers, the engineers
will install defective safety valves
and gauges at cost. ,
The pressure canners must be thor
oughly cleaned and put in condition
as if for operation before they can i
be checked. In addition to defective I
valves and gauges, the canners will I
be thoroughly checked for leaks of
all kinds. Unless the canners seal
properly, the desired pressure cannot
Last year clinics were held in
many sections of the State and so
great was the demand for this ser
vice that it was decided to extend It
to every section of North Carolina
"Every pressure canner should oe
thoroughly cleaned and checked this
winter, with repairs where neces
sary, so that it will be ready to do a
full job next summer," says Mrs.
Mary Lee McAllister, Extension eco
nomist in food conservation and mar
keting. "Gardenjng and food con
servation will be just as Important
this year as last and we should save
our surplus fruits and vegetables so
as to lessen the demand on manufac
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