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THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. HERTFORD. N. C FRIDAY. JANUARY W, 1M&
Hertford On Proposed
Air Pickup Route
Another aviation company will
shortly seek permission from the
Civil Aeronautics Board to establish
an air pick-up route through this sec
tion of the State, which will in
clude the Town of Hertford on the
route, according to the Ail-American
Company, which will file the petition.
The route to be established would
be between Richmond and Raleigh,
and include combination passenger-pick-up
service where potential traf
fic appears to justify such opera
tions. On other routes the company
will operate only air mail and air
Rotarians Hosts To j
Local Gridiron Team i
Members of th Hertford Rotary
Club were hosts Tuesday night, at
the club's regular meeting, to the
undefeated Perquiman's High School
football team. A delicious turkey
(inner was served by the ladies of
.hp Methodist Church and members
of- the grid squad expressed their
thanks', and pleasure "for the party, i
The program for the evening was
in 'charge of Dr. A. B. Bonner, pro-'
gram chairman. j
BUY W A K' lioNHS!
BELVIDLRE NEWS j
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Chappell
and son, Charlie, .and Miss Anna
Rhea Chappell, of Hobbsville, were I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Chap
pell Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow, Mrs
H. P. White, Miss Catherine White
and W. C. Chappell attended Friends j
Quarterly meeting at Bethel Church,
near Franklin, Vs., Sunday. j
Mrs. Elmo Cannon, Jr., of Rich-,
mond, Va., spent the week-end with ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Dr. E. S. White spent Tuesday in
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Chappell and
children, Willa Mae, Billy and Linda,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Wanchard, of Hobbsville, Sunday af
ternoon. S.-Sgt. and Mrs. Bill Epps and
E. L. Winslow, of near Edenton,
visited I.. S. Winslow and family and
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow Saturday.
Miss Clara White is ill at her.
home here. I
Sunday visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hurdle were: '
Mr. and Mrs. John Hurdle and j
daughter, Sallie Ruth, Mrs. W. C. j
Hurdle and daughter, Miss Willie i
Hurdle, r.n.l Mrs. Ervin Turner, of I
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Lane had asj
their ghosts Sunday their son, Don-,
aid M. Lane, U. S. M. S. T. S., of I
Brooklyn, N. Y., and Miss Nora;
Weston, of Norfolk, Va.
Help Mo Win
A - r
iVE HAVE A PAINT FOR EVERY PURPOSE
' Whether you want it for interior or exterior use . . .
we can supply you with the paint that will give satis
,; faction and will last through all types of weather.
USE AMY'S 100 PURE PAINTS
: U K CAN" FURNISH YOU WITH
R AT OR GLOSS FOR BOTH
: INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING
j VARNISHES - TURPENTINE - OILS
': AND PAINT BRUSHES
Protect Your Investment . . .
Psint Your Home and Buildings
Hertford Hardware & Supply Co.
"Trade II, re. And Bank The Difference"
HERTFORD, N. C.
"Tomorrow's America will be
as strong as today's children''
is the soiind aOvice of President
Franklin Roosevelt. Perquimans
County citizens have an oppor
tunity to share in helng make
' morrow's America strong by
contributing in the Infantile
faralyis campaign, now in progress.-
Don't fail to help in this
Mrs. Weldon Hollowell, of Eliza
beth City, and Mrs. Thomas H
White, of YYinfall, spent the week
end with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe P. Elliott
Mrs. J. C. Wilson attended the
Baptist W. M. U. conference in Hert
ford on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Stallings.
Mrs. P. L. Griffin and Mrs. Irma
Dorsey spent Wednesday In Ports
C. P. O. Carey Quincy and Mrs.
Quincy, of Norfolk, Va., spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
rs. C. P. Quincy.f , l" '
Mrs. Tillie Russell and Tim True-
blood spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. end Mrs. C. C. Symons, near
i Winf all.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. White. Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Howell, of Eliza
beth City, were guests of Mrs. J. C
White on Sunday.
.Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Quincy attended the funeral of F. M
' Wilson, in Elizabetn Uty, Monaay.
Mr. and. Mrs.. Walton Lowe spent
j Sunday at Moyock with friends.
Parts Store Offers
Car Pool Information
R. C. Murray, owner of the Mur
ray Auto Parts Store, recently open
ed here, announced today that he will
offer the public a car pool informa
t'on service, through cooperation of
Mjr. Murray stated that he pro
; ses to' list .names of inotonsts
traveling in any direction, and who
Classified and Legals
LOST "WAR RATION BOOK NO. 3.
Issued to Evelyn W. Fields. Find
er please return to owner at Hert
ford, N. C. jan.26.
W ATKINS CUSTOMERS: t Ap
preciated your patronage during
- the past year. Hope to see you
in February. Your Watkins Deal
er, Mrs. Elmer Banks. jan.26
LOST WAR RATION BOOK NO 4.
Finder return to Hattie Rountree,
Route 1, Hertford, N. C.
Bateman & Hendricks
THE OPENING OF OUR
New Auto Parts Store
WE CARRY A GENERAL LINE OP AUTO PARTS,
BATTERIES, IGNITION AND ACCESSORIES
SEE US FOR NEVV PARTS FOR YOUO CAR
WE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU
Murray Motor Parts!
desire to -cany, riders to the designs" i He asked 'the cooperation' f tv
tionand persons desiring rides ma 'public -only that (motorists U hi.
inquire at his -store for prospestive' when and where they are going
rides. - bow many passengers can be U.
1 J W mtmuitrummtM
U 1 MMlAftsMstaifell
nlilHIMIW lalsilslfcaijsMUsft ABaMrchandlss M
ear sww ue ouMtace csi
gLiWSM 1 nlbchoiiUoaairin will ilam lit Cwof
to have it brought to our attention taMJ
r-ycsa be corrscUd unnsdlattlp'
LOST WAR RATION BOOK NO. 4,
Issued to William Byrura. please
return to Eugene ' Byrum, Star
Route, Winfall, N. C. J Upd
LOST 15 "C GAS COUKMNS.
License 666741 written In ink.
Finder return to Otho WlnslwB',
Winfall, N. 'C itpd
LEATHER COATS REPAIRED,
Cleaned and oiled at Ward's Shoe
Shop, Edenton, N. C.
FOR SALE BAY MARE. WEIGHT
1,200 pounds. Eight years old.
See F. NT. Mansfield, Center Hill
Road, Hertford, N. C.
Jan 19,26 feb2,9pd
WANTED-r-ALL PEOPLE SUFFER
ing with kidney trouble or back
ache to try KIDDO at 97c. Money
back guarantee. Roberson's Drug
Store, Hertford, N. C.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3( 1945
STARTS AT 10 O'CLOCK
1 Mowing Machine
1 Disc Plow
1 ifair Bunks
I Jarmi Wagon
1 Cart and wheels
1 Double Row listing- Plow
1 Double Hopper Coal Planter
1 New Ground Plow
And Numerous Other Items.
PLACE OF SALE: IRA WINSLOVTS
Belvidere, N. C.
WALTER C. VjNSLOW
TTflneire's A Wmnflz My mm
(Coirim IT WU to IL$aim$
DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE
THE FUNK "G" HYBRID CORN
Tested and Recommended By Our State Department of
Agriculture For This Section
PLACE YQUR ORDER TODAY
FOR THESE TYPES FUNK'S HYBRID CORN
G714 Rim IIYB3ID CORN
Above Two Varieties Teste4 a,lIeonimeh4ed By pur-State
Department of Agriculture If ox "nu3 Section
at( iiYCfiiDs hold voio timm recoi
.'-".W. . it ' 1'. 1 1. ..'V. "i . f t f 'i?
For Parlier Maturity
For Bigrger Yields
11 , , -
r 11 t' f 7
For Larger and More Uniform Ears
. f f pi, ! i- A
v i'r r
ij. ,-. , ...in " - ,.'1-, ".1" 1 . 1 .i.'ii.-- .
; MAIL PHONED OR BRING YOUR ORDER TODAY v
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