THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD,
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1946,
Forest Fire Laws
Stressed By Norell
started within 500 feet of a dwelling' Tr TsmieA PnvnA Naw
nnrf Mr NrkWPll niirltfvi t.hftt. nnv Dfir- .
son violating the act is guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
will be fined not more than $50 or
imprisoned for a period of not more
than 30 days.
SERVICE SUNDAY AT
J. W:' No well, forest tire warden
for Fenfullniuis County, announced
today that it U unlawful for any per
un tainntM mi fir or iirnite anv
material ft ytof ttiws of wood- The Rev James Baker will preach
lands under ' t' pfctectton of the ' at Whiteville Grove Baptist Church,
State Forest ffWwttWn 500 on Sunday afternoon, February at
teet ox any umw.im, oe- . j
tween tha Ant Witmntirf af the ' The public is cordially,. jmted
first day of Jon, Wxttm gctojier attend.
land Nownbo W&iA&by- year, . . .
without first obUa&fm the iHNNIE WILSON SOCIETY MEETS
State Forester a vVyf. .vJret ttV The Minnie Wilson Missionary So
ftre or ignite tnyjffllflu Nety of the Methodist Church will
areas. ' ' meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at
, . ." ' . the home of Mrs. Jake White. All
from Mr. Nowell. I Uf... r l .
.tsuy More war jdoiiuk
This does not "apply io any fires
We have remodeled our pressing- club
and are now ready to receive your
clothes for cleaning and pressing.
BRING US YOUR CLOTHES
FOR EXPERT CLEANING AND
QUALITY WORK - QUICK SERVICE
AT OUR SAME LOCATION
On the Court House Square
Phone 331 1
Hertford, N. C.
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NOW IS THE TIME -TO BUY
SEED POTATOES CABBAGE PLANTS
ONION SETS SEED CORN
ALL KINDS OF GARDEN SEEDS
For your 1945 Victory Garden. Start it NOW . .. .
see us for your seed today. We also have the follow
ing supplies you will need this Spring.
Seed Oats - Lespedeza - Fertilizer
Wire Fence and Paints
Repairs For Farm Equipment
Cart Bodies - Bridles - Collars
Plow Lines and Plow Chains
We have all of these items in stock and many more
you will need to produce a bumper crop this year.
Come in now and let us supply your needs. Plan
ahead and save time and trouble by shopping at our
One Stop Shopping Center.
& CO, INC.
"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 1832
Practicing In Raleigh
Dr. E. Louise Payne, daughter of
Mr. und Mrs. E. E. Payne of Hert
ford, has become the first 10 man
doctor from the Albemarle section
and is noy actively practicing in
Dr. Payne has opened her office in
the Masonic Building for the general
practice of medicine, with special at
tention to women and children.
The woman physician got her AB
degree from the University of North
Carolina in 1938. After taking her
first two years of medicine at the
University she then went to the Wo
men's Medical College of Pennsyl
vania, the only institution for train
ing women doctors exclusively, and
received her MD degree from that
Dr. Payne secured her training as
an interne in the Western , Pennsyl
vania Hospital in Pittsburgh, where
she specialized in obstretics and
gynecology. After completing her in
ternship she accepted the residency
1 at Woman's Hospital. Philadelphia.
She is now with the Mary Elizabeth
Hospital working with Dr. I. H.
froctor and Dr. Kenneth Dickinson.
She is also on the staff at Rex Hos
pital. Dr. Payne is a member of the
Wake County Medical Society and the
Business and Professional Woman's
Club of Kaleigh.
Read February 1st
The wedding of Miss Madeleine
Peirce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George L. Peirce, of Maiden, Mass.,
and Cpl. Francis B. Nixon, son of
Mrs. T. J. Nixon, Jr., of Hertford,
was solemnized in the First Baptist
Church at Maiden at 8 p. m. on Feb
ruary 1, with the Rev. Willard John
son, assisted by Dr. Brownell, officiat
ing. Misa Helene Nixon, sister of the
groom, was one of the four brides
maids. Lt. J. F. Gallo of Boston was
The bride is a graduate of Til
bury High School, Vineyard Haven,
Mass., and prior to her marriage was
secretary with the National Com
pany, Inc., of Maiden.
Mr. Nixon is a graduate of Per
quimans High School and has been a
member of the armed forces since
1941. He is stationed at Boston,
The couple will
reside in Maiden,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lassiter were
week-end guests of Mr. and
John Lassiter and Mrs. Verna Wins-
Miss Florence Winslow svent the
week-end in Rockv Mount with Minn
Annie Audrey Stephenson.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Winslow and
son, Donald, were guests of Mr. Wins
low s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Mrs. Ralph White. Miss Evelvn
White and Thurman White spent the
week-end in Norfolk, Va., with Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Harrison.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lane. Mr. and
Mrs. Clvde lane nnH
Emory, visited Mr. and Mrs! Lloyd
Winslow, of Newland.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. White, of
Elizabeth City: Mr. and Mrs. I.vn-
don White, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wins
low and daughters, Daphne and Nor
ma Joyce, were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Winslow. Other
callers in the afternoon were Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Winslow, of Suffolk,
Va.; Wallace Winslow, Jr., U. S. N.,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winslow and
son, Waldo, and Mrs. Mary Wil
liams visited Mrs. Henry Williams, at
Weeksville, on Wednesday.
Matthew Winslow spent a few days
last week with his mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. David White of Nor
folk visited his mother, Mrs. J. C.
White, on Wednesday.
Chief Petty Officer Carv Ouincv
and Mrs. Quincy of Norfolk spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Quincy.
Mrs. George Fields of Hertford
pent the week-end with her sister,
Mrs. Leroy Nixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Cary McNider of
Newport News, USN, spent the
week-end as guests of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNider.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Potter of
Elizabeth City spent Saturday even
ing with her mother, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. C P. Quincy spent
Sunday afternoon in Hertford.
Mrs. Morgan Walker and Miss
jeannette fields of Hertford were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nixon
Mrs. J. C. White and Clayton
White spent Sunday in Elizabeth
City with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Oak Grove Church has raised five
hundred dollars for the Crusade 'for
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrell, two
children, Shirley and Linda, Mrs.
James Ferguson and children, Maude
and Vaughn of near Oldsko spent
Sunday witk Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Lamb of Belvidere.
Buy More War Bonds
GROW A Bffll
ANO BETTER VICTORY El
Use every available plot of open ground to grow. Victory Gardens
that's what we mean by BIGGER. Plan your garden carefully,
use choice sieecls of necessary nutritive crops and cultivate in the
most efficient manner.
SELECT QUALITY SEEDS NOW
It's time to start your garden. Select your seed
at our store and we will gladly give you tips on
making your garden the best for production of
Be sure to check over your gardening tools. See
that they are in proper repair and ready for the job.
Victory gardens are important this year . . . more
than ever before. For food is ammunition and the
more you raise the more that can be diverted to our
We can also supply you with Lespedeza and
Spring Oats seed for your fields.
Hertford Hardware & Supply Co.
We Have on Hand
May Peas 1
And All Other Types of
Vegetables, Garden and
"Trade Here And Bank The Pii erence'
Kp ea Baying
Kp on Keeping
li. 1 ui
Triangle Flour p,"
Crasco MU 25c
10 'ft: til
f BEMIIIH CRACEBIS
Delicious Apples 5 lbs. 49c
Grapefruit 54 size. . . .3 fortfei e
4 IBS. IDC TTO" on,
New Potatoes .5
2 bunches 19c
WHIT AMERICAN CHEESE
IVORY SOAP, tergt caki lOi
IVORY SOAP, Mllaa uki Gi
CAMAY TOILET SOAP, ctkt 7i
DUZ POWDERS, Mi Mi 10c
oxypol mmt tu.iki iot
fcirits - 5c
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HERTFORD, N. C.