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To Pcla CrLich
, Perquimans . High School's basket
ball teams dropped a doubleheader to
Griggs and Poplar Branch here last
'Friday night The Griggs teams, vet-
eran outfits from, last season, showed
superiority over the local teams in all
departments of the contests. ' In the
the Indians-hit for onIykl2. --v- -v
; The Griggs boys were masters of
the boys' game, jumping into 6-0
lead in the opening minutes. Then
Pitt hit a" fielder to make it 6-2 to
start the Indians' -offensive. ' Wins
low counted A two-pointer and it was
then 8-4 as the -quarter ended. The
second period found both teams run
ning smoothly and Griggs outpointed
the Indians, 11-8 in this cantov! The
Indians were having difficulty in find
ing the basket range and missed sev
eral easy ones. Griggs ran the score
to 19-6 before the Indians hit a.
streak and scored four points to make
it 19-10 at half time.
Pitt and Winslow led the. Indians'
game Griggs won by i a 58-51! attack in the first half, them Layden,
score, while the Indians lost 34-26.
' The girls' game was a shooting con
test between Chappell of Perquimans
and Pickett of Griggs.;:; Both of these
'players were outstanding for their
respective teams. Pickett scored 38
of her team's 58 points, while Chap
pell racked up 37 of Perquimans' 51.
Griggs led the scoring at the end of
each quarter, and only in the final
period did Perquimans outscore the
- visiters. Half time score was 27-25
in favor of Griggs, . During the third
period the Squaws faltered and al
lowed Griggs to score .18 pointswhile
Tucker and Webb broke into the scor
ing column during the second half,
but Griggs continued to maintain its
lead. The Indians closed the gap to
24-16 in the third quarter but the ex
cellent passing and shooting of the
visitors paid off and the third period
ended 28-16 for Griggs. v
In the final period the Indians
changed their tactics slightly and
went into an offensive drive . which
netted ten points while they held
Griggs to six. The final score was
Final Rites Held ,
For Mrs. Tom White
Funeral service for Mrs, Allie Lane
White, 58, of Winfall, who died Satur
day in the Albemarle Hospital at
Eliiabeth City were conducted Mon
day 'afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
hom$ in-Winfall by the Rev. A. B.
Edwards, pastor of the Epworth
Methodist Church. .
Mrs. White was the daughter of
Jabney and Mary Jane Chappell Lane
and a member of the Winfall Metho
dist Church. .vv''CVtrC-'t'---''
: Survivors. ' include' her.' .'-husband,
Toni White, , three .. daughters, Mrs.
Jesse Stanton, Miss Lucille White and
Mrs, Francis Willey, Jr.; one brother
Jadie Lane, all of Winfall, one sister,
Mrs. D. C. Proctor of Norfolk and i
fi,ve grandchildren. . "
Burial was in Cedarwood Cemetery.
Here Tuesday Niht
A film - depicting the work being
carried on overseas by the World
Church Services in connection : with
distribution of relief supplies, will be
shown at the Hertford ; Methodist
Church next Tuesday a night at 8
o'clock, it was announced here today
by Mrs. C. 0. Fowler and C. Edgar
White, -whoj. will direct the county
drive, for contributions for the World
Church Seryic'iQ''''- -
TWO ROW TRACTOR DRAWN
Mounted on Wheels
R. L HOLLOWELL & COMPANY
PHONE 2406: . HERTFORD, X. C.
Board Member To
! Speak At PT A Meet
Mrs. A. E. Futrell, member of the
Perquimans County Board of Educa
tion, is scheduled to address the
Parent-Teacher Association of Hert
ford High School Tuesday, January
27, at 8 P. M. As she accepted the
speaking engagement, Mrs. Futrell
was high in praise of the Negro PTA
in their school improvement program.
SEE US FOR
and other Building Materials. We have :
just received two car loads of Bricks, one -of
Cement and one car of Brixment.
Place Your Order With Us Now
For These Materials
WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF
SAND and GRAVEL
HERTFORD HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
"TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE"
HERTFORD, N. C.
Motorists Must Have
Auto License Feb. 1st
Automobile owners who have failed
to purchase their 1948 car licenses
are reminded that'Pebruary 1 is the
deadline for buying and displaying
iboth the State and Town of Hertford
, Mayor V. N. Darden called the at
tention of car owners residing in
Hereford that a town ordinance sets
the deadline date and a penalty is af
fixed to the costs of the tag if a mo
torist fails to purchase tags on or be
fore January 31.
CATHOLICS ' ANNUALLY . ... '
OBSERVE BIBLICAL SUNDAY?
' The 25,000,000 U. S. A. Catholics
on Septuagesima Sunday, January 25,
every year will continue their annual
observance of "Biblical Sunday" with
special services, stated Father F. J,
McCourt, rector of St. Ann's Catholic
Church, , Edenton, : where the Most
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is offered
every Sunday at 11 A. M.," each In
eluding sermon (January 25 on "The
Word of God"), Communion, conclud
ing in 45 minutes, followed at once by
Sunday School, with confessions 10:30
to 10:55 A. M earlier programs be
ing scheduled on rotating Sundays at
Plymouth, Windsor, and ' Columbia,
January 25, 8 A. M. confessions, 8:20
A. M. Mass in Horner's ' Funeral
Home, Plymouth. Everybody invited
to all services. Week-morning, mass
COUNTY AAA OFFICE CALLS
FOR PERFORMANCE REPORTS ;
W. E. White, secretary of the Per
quimans AAA Committee, this week
advised all local farmers participat
ing in the AAA soil building program
that reports oh performances must be
filed with the local office, hot later
than February 15 in order for pro
ducers to qualify for benefit checks.
These reports, Mr. White stated, must
I be filed before checks can be issued.'
The AAA office also announced it
was now taking orders from partici
pating producers for lime and other
Grammar School Holds
Special Program Tues.
Members of the seventh grade ol"
the Hertford Grammar School pre
sented a special Lee and Jackson pro
gram at school chapel services held
Tuesday. Robert E. Lee was played
by Tommie Jones. Thomas Jackson
was played by John Holmes and
Matthew Fontaine Maury was played
by Leslie Kirby. Dixie and other
"Southern songs were sung by the
Mrs. R. M. Riddick rendered a spe
cial piano solo, "Bonnie Blue Flag."
Colored PTA Honors
Replace your old, wcrr.
out battery with a new
D A77G RYjr ttOVJ
Priced riht- cusrcntsd
made to fit ce!I car
SPECIAL PRICES OK
' . FIRESTONE TIRES :
MW-BWIAl MOTOR CO.
YOUR FORD DEALER
HERTFORD, ,N. C
HEAT YOUR HOME WITH
IJith Goal And Uood
Upwards to fifty or more persons
gathered at the Hertford Hieh
School attending the Parent-Teacher
sponsored banquet honoring Coach
W. R. Privott. The luncheon and
program was given as a gesture of
thanks to Coach Privott, community
teacher, who serves voluntarily as
coach of the high school fpotball
Glowing tributes were sriven to the
honored coach by representatives of
the PTA, team, school and friendn.
and the evening was hisrhliErhted bv
Toastmaster Willie Winslow's presen
tation of a check to Coach Privott
front the PTA. 7
A "delicious five-course meal wr
served by the refreshment committee
which consisted of celery, olives.
pickles, turkey with dressinir. cran
berry sauce, candied yams, 'green
peas, coffee, ice cream and cake, and
tomato' juice cocktail. -
One sure way of beating the fuel oil shortage is f
heat your home with coal or wood..' It relieves you of .-
the worry about the fuel oil supply, and you'ean be. .
sure of obtaining sufficient fuel for your stoves. . ,
u We suggest that you convert to coal or wood burn-
inn ctmrac on1 haln mncjrr thf nil eimnlv Hlirincr thf"i
111 hJbWVy IU1U '
, and help conserve the oil supply during theJ , , ; j
lortage.ffr'iVfjAMA'vl'-f'-r'' v- t'WW ' '
We have a large stock of Wood and Coal Burn
ing Heaters , . . in various types and makes- Come" ' -
in today and let us' show our complete line of heaters.
iieim E$;it:i i supply co.
1 "TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE"
, V ' -." ' HERTFORD, N, a
Mr. and Mrs; Vernon- Harrdl and
son Douglas visited Mr. and Mpj. W.
L. Sawyer at Winfall recently."
. Mrs.. Mamie Cartwright . visited t
winiaii Thursday afternoon. ,
Miss Nellie Cartwrifi-ht vinitnW M;H
Carolyn Dean Harrell : Sunday after
noon. . . . -j -
Mrs. W.: H. HofflerSr, has return
ed to her home at Sunbury after
spending several days with Mr. and
Mrs, Will H. Hoffler.
Mrs. Russell Baker ' and Ann of
Whiteston visited 1 Mrs. Will Hoffler
recently. , , ' f
Mr, and Mrs. Moody Harrell spent
Thursday afternoon .; with Mr. and
Mrs; 0. W. Gregory at Woodville.
Wallie Knight Washington, D.
C, spent the weekend hern with him
family. . , , 1
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wood nA MM
James Harrell wejte in -Elizabeth City
oauiraay rooming. t
STATE OFFICIAL VISITS 1
NEGRO HIGH SCHOOL ';
, Miss Marie Mclver. Stat
vfeor of Negro elementary education,
visited Hertford Friday,' January 1 6.
The' supervisor spent three hours
giving' advice and help to elementary
wcnejs a me local nigh school.
Pr.rACHING AT WOODLAND
Sur'iy School, will begin at Wood
land Church promptly at' 11 o'clock
Sunday. 9 The preaching service has
been , changed from 12 noon to
r, " oe iieia eacn ioiT ..1
Sun. 1 jng January 25., 11
Rev. T T j. J wards wi'.l preach t
the j is invited t attenJ.
January, Close - Oiit Sale.
"Every Day Meeds At Bargain Prices"
MEN'S AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT
, Were Now ,
8 Boys' Leather Jackets, sizes 8 to 16, grain leather $10.05 4.95 s
5 Men's Leather Jackets, sizes 36-38 grain leather 10.95 8.95
40 Men's Sweaters', all wool, in most sizes J 1 . V 5.50 3.95 ;
20 Boys' Tweed and Worsted Suits, longies 19.95 10.00 '
10 Men's and Boys' Toppers and Reversibles . 7.95 . 2.95 '
20 Curlee Overcoats. Here's a real buy at. . w : V Off
12 Men's Tweed Suits. Your choice at - 13 Off !
Special Prices on Work Clothes. We are offering all Overalls
and other Work Clothes at prices below today's costs. Tou can
not go wrong buying at these prices. ;
, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
' Were' ' Now
One Lot Ladies' Winter.Coats at. Price
One Rack Ladies' Dresses, values to. l!$6.95 $1.98
One Rack Children's Dresses, values to 4.95 L49
One Lot Sweaters, were priced tot - . - J 4.50 , 1.98
One Lot Sweaters, were priced to-. 6.50 j, ; 2.98
-50: Dozen White and Red Anklets; r 39c 10c
Our Entire Stock of Anklets Reduced For One Week
Children's Snow Suits, your choice up to 8.95 : 1.98
VJSIT OUR STORE THIS WEEK-END and take advantage of these
close-out Sale Prices. Come earlyvfor best Selection.' REAL VALUES
. at BARGAIN PRICES. " " - , ( i
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY: We are reducing ourptfees on BLANKETS, '
Double or Single, one dollar. 4 This reduction is for one week only. ; 1
IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
One lot of Men's Work Shoes.
merly priced xip to $6.50. ' ...
Odd sizes.; 'Were " for
Z.,i Uli( v
One lot of Ladies' Loafers, s Were $4.98.
NOW .' s :
Many Other Gccd B;uys In Our
SHOES FOR sEVERY MEMBER C? THE FAMILY
DIPORTANT NOTICE: Thee prices arc
curina: our January uose Out L : 'c. aiA m
wtrd everything going up i . .y; i v,TJ bs vf
during cur big gale. Coir.e i;: i.'7 "J r
::s vc;i on
.3 pcir.tihg t
Luy ycur heed::
lzt yea need.