THE PERQUIMARS WBEKH, HERTFORD. XV' FRIilAT ' OCTOBER 26, 1945.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AOBG
We Have Beeri Appointed as RETAIL
DEALERS for the following NATION
ALLY ADVERTISED Lines of HOUSE
Sealed Unit Refrigerator and Electric
Conventional and Automatic Washers
and Irons. Now on Display.
Small Appliances Such as Irons (now on
display), Fans, Toasters, Percolators,
Heating Pads, Hot Plates.
PREMIER VACUUM CLEANERS
Tank Types - Floor Types - Hand Types.
Oil Heaters, Water Heaters and Space
ZENITH AND CLARION RADIOS
We are also ready to supply you with: Zenith, EverReady
and Burgess Radios, Fencer and Flashlight Batteries.
We have a large stock of Portable Radio Batteries for all
makes, including Zenith and Crosley.
Also G. E. Mazda Lamps, Iron Cords and Extension Cords.
HONORED AT BRIDGE PARTY
Mrs. N. A. Relfe and Mrs. Jack
Brinn were joint hostesses? at a bridge.
party Tuesday evening; at Mr. Relie s
home on Church street, honoring; Miss
Elizabeth Knowles, bride-elect
Those enjoying the occasion-were
Miss Knowles, honoree, Mesdames Joe
Towe, lAwrence Towe, Wi Hi Pitt, W,
C. Archie, A.' E. Hendley, Arthur
Woods, R. S. Monds, Jr., Ben Thatch,
Marion Kiddie, J. P. Perry, Jr., Jim
my Bryant, Walter Edwards, Silas
Whedbee, C. M. Williford, G. W. Bar
bee, C. R. Holmes, H. C. Stokes, T. L.
Jessup, Willis Jessup, Fred Morrill,
T. P. Brinn, H: C. Sullivan; Earl Bar
rett, Misses Grace Knowles, Dorcas
Knowles, Mary Helene Newby, Helene
Nixon, Mary Sumner, Helen Morgan,
Ruth Elliott, Eloise Scott and Esther
Evans. High score prize went to Miss
Grace Knowles, second high' was
awarded Miss Elizabeth Knowles, and
Miss Knowles was presented a gift A
salad course was served1 by the hostess.
V HOSTESS ,TO BRIDGE CLUB '
; Mrs. W.. H, Hardcastle was -hostess
to her bridge club Thursday evening
at her home on-.pobb Street Those
enjoying-, the evening were Mesdames
T. P. Brinn,, S. P. Jessup, Louis An
derson, J,- H. NewboId,Trtra Wilson,
C. A. Davenport, J. E. Winslow, J, R.
Futrell, W. H. Pitt, Misses Mae Wood
Winslow, Esther " Evans and 'Eloise
Scott. High score, price went to Mrs.
Anderson. A salad course was served
by the hostess. .
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER 5
The Delia Shamberger Missionary
Society of the Methodist Church had
its monthly meeting 'Monday even
ing at the home of Mrs. G. W. Bar-
bee, and honored . Miss Elizabeth
Knowles, bride-elect, with a miscel
laneous shower after the meeting.
Miss Mary Sumner, was in charge of
the business meeting. Mrs. Lindsay
Winslow gave the devotional and
Mrs. C. T. Skinner reviewed the last
chapters in the Mission Study Book.
There were 20 members present
After the meeting, the members
presented Miss Knowles with many
lovely gifts. The hostess served de
Mrs. H. R. Christensen was hostess
at a bridge party Thursday evening
at the home or her parents. Those
playing were Mesdames Dave Puller,
Robert Turgeon, W. E. Drake, R. E.
Vickers, Robert Hollowell, Henry
Stokes, Ralph Wallace, Al Kenton,
Vivian Mathews, Leo Merrill, Miss
Helen Mae White and Miss Anne
Tucker. High score prize went to
Mrs. Vickers, second high to Mrs.
Drake, and Mrs. Fuller received low
score prize. A salad . course was
added a Boft glow to the occasion. ' A
lovely. twcKtieraf Wedding cake,' top
ped, with, miniature bride and groom
was beautifully, arranged pn the din-
lug room 1 table, .which "was' cove
with lace Cloth Ice cream, r
and salted peanuts
guests. v '
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. B. G. Koonce was hostess to
her bridge club Tuesday evening at
her home on Church Street. Those
playing were Mesdames Charles John
son, Uhvia Hobbs, Kobert lurgeon, J.
S. Vick, Walter Oakey, Herman
Winslow, J. G. Roberson, J. 0. Felton,
V. N. Darden, R. M. Riddick, W. G.
Wright and Miss Kate Blanchard.
High score prize was awarded Mrs.
Felton and second high went to Mrs.
Oakey. A sweet course was served.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. W, t,. Drake was .hostess to!
her bridge club Wednesday evening
at the home of her parents near Hert
ford. Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames A. Kenton, Robert
Turgeon, Ralph Wallace, Vivian
Mathews, Robert Hollowell, Leo Mer
rill, Miss Alma Leggett and Miss
Prue Newby. High score prize went
to" Mrs. Wallace, second high to Mrs.
Mathews. A sweet course. Was served.
T, R. Brinn, USNR, who is sta
tioned at the Naval Air Station at
Grosse He, Mich., has been promoted
to Lieutenant Commander.
Entered as second class matter
November 15, 1934, at postofflce at
Hertford, North Carolina, under the
Act of March, 1879.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1945.
After the rehearsal Saturday night,
Kuby J. bmith and Minnie Lee Wins
low entertained the wedding party at
the home of Kuby Smith.
The house was attractively decorat
ed with fall flowers. Lighted candles
Like Swollen Balloon:
Full Of Stomach Gas
Recently., a Hertford man sttv?
that he used to feel like a swollen
balloon after every meal. He would
bloat full pf gas and spit up acidulous
liquids for hours after eating. Was
terribly constipated. This man is one
of the hundreds in this vicinity who
now praise INNER-AID. He states
he was amazed at the results when h
took this medicine. Now he eats what
he wants without gas or bloating, and
bowels are regular for the first time
in years. He feels like a new man.
INNER-AID contains 12 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas
from stomach, act on sluggish liver
and kidneys. Miserable -people soon
feci different all over. So don't go on
suffering! Get INNER-AID. Sold by
all Drug Stores here in Perquimans
County. adv.- j
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THE N.C. DIVISION OF GAME AND
Openings For Game and Fish Protectors
In the Following Counties:
Perquimans, Chowan, Halifax, Hertford
Write to W. 0. Abbitt, Williamston, N. C,
For Application Blanks.
These blanks must be filled, out and mailed to Mr. Kirk
patrick, Division of Game and Inland Fisheries, Raleigh, N. C.
The examination will be held at the Chowan County Court
House in Eden ton Thursday, November i, at 10 A. M. ,,
Hie IFufuro of Pulpwood in
One result of the war has been to
make the people of this state more
conscious than ever before of the
great asset we have in our pulpwood
Now that complete victory has
been won, the new usefulness of
pulpwood will result in increased
peacetime consumption of paper,
rayon, plastics and many other prod
ucts of pulpwood. Part of our vast
forest heritage, pulpwood a basic
American industry will continue to
serve the nation in peace, as it did
Make the Most of fills Asset
Intelligent cutting of pulpwood pays
big dividends. By adequate planting
.i' AA0 Y
and selective cutting even a small
farm woodland can yield a valuable
crop of pulpwood periodically. It
is a crop which needs 6nly a little
care and can be harvested at any
convenient time. It is another cash
crop. Consult your nearest district ,
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PROPER THINNING MAKES TREES
PREVENT FOREST FIRES
Fires kill trees for present and .
future needs and make land un-1
productive. Everybody loses and
nobody profits when forests bum.
Be sure fires are outl
VICTORY PULPVOOD COMMITTEE
FOE THE PXnTHCULAEl JOB
TPHE proverbial Jack-of-aUV trades was
. master of none. The modern world of
rice territory, r And so it goes. ,, 4 tu ; -
Conditions of climate, the lay of the land." . -.:
science and technology passed him by. , and the character of soils In the different , '
The same principle applies to farm 'jpartl of this Tast country, together with 'tk
tractors. The tractor that does a wide variety ; wide variations in the nature of crops and, 1 ' ;
of jobs unsatisfactorily an't possibly pro the' sizeiof operationi, combine to pro- " f '
duce the greatest results at the least cost duce wide differences ia the requirements
in any job. ''.; " S ' v ''S tor tractors. Hamster's policy is to meet T''
But that's what the farmer narticularlT all these reauirements.' ' v . " -.i 5
the small operator has got to dd to meet" , ' That is why krvesterts postwar line in- f " ' "
postwar competition; he's got t& product r dudes a great variety of Farmalle and other " ,
" moajooa poaiBH unto Hast fjfort -. speaalued tractors end attachments rather V -s
-v mnd, consequent!?, it the lowest tost:",, f than a single tractor with a single system v , ' .
-: f .The farmer with 10 acres lo trttcfcxrops ' of tools; Every tractor in the line was de-' ' .
k.r needs pne kind of tractor.'' Tbd farmer ' ' veloped after sdentific research and testino- -Wl -
veloped after sdentific research and testinir
with 100. acres in wheat ilone Ueeds an-f j under actual operating conditions showed
vt other Jondor, as is usually the case, twoy" ; the specifications needed, for efficiency 5
. v: or more different tractors The tsae ; ; and economy,-, -- , -, . -;
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