Win On Clifnd !';:
, Perquimans High School's baseball
team lost ; a heart-breaker ' to the
Elizabeth City Yellow ' Jackets last
Wednesday night, then bounced back
t trounce Plymouth a ori - Memorial
Field on Thursdav nis-ht. Thn inr
of the Indian-Elizabeth City game
was 7-8, while the Indians won, easily
irom the flymouth boys 13-6.
'PiHno nn a Iiaaot flr1vanr.noA in ffio
hitting department, the Indians led
Elizabeth City 5-2 at one time, but a
series of errors gave the Jackets a
chance to move into the lead, which
they never relinquished.
The Indians jumped into an '11-0
lead over Plymouth in the first two
innings of the game here last Thurs
day and coasted to victory.
Billy-Winslow and Earl Rogerson
did the hurling for the Indians
This year 'last year and
next year -the first requisite
of a smart, fashionable ap
pearance is DAINTINESS.
Whites must be frosty and
sparkling pastels must be
clear and fresh and black
must be black; Insist on the
superior methods we use.
EDENTON, N. C.
SHOWS CONTINUOUS EVERY
DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Today (Thursday) and Friday,
Van Johnson and
June Allygon in
"THE BRIDE GOES WILD"
Saturday, May 15
Sunset Carson in
Snnday, May 16
Henry Fonda and
Ann Dvorak in
"THE LONG NIGHT"
Monday and Tuesday,
Victor Mature and v
Coleen Grey in
"FURY AT FURNACE CREEK"
Wednesday, May 19
Philip Reed in
"BIG TOWN AFTER DARK"
Richard Lane in
. . ' e
Coming May 20-21
Comedy of the Year
Deposit food purchases in
your frozen food locker for
many a meal; withdraw
what you need as you need
it. Save on large quantity
purchases, save time, save
Hertford Locker &
against ., wit: - C,.;,! whi: .:i
Pegram did' the chuncking against
Plymouth. All,' three of the local
boys did a creditable Job of pitching.
. - (Continued From Page Nine)
ter of tithes and offerings. '
some ; unnauans try to - excuse
themselves from tHvitw a t-ontv nf
their income by arguing that tithing
is a requirement pi the Old Testa
ment and that Christiana i tint k
Hired to tithe. ;,v' Snrolv a PhWaKan
owesefar more to God because of the
BfrmamAnt a L 1.1 T- l J
uuutiuuii,iii vi .VMilSb. bUttla a dCW U1U
because Of a Commandment nt iha
law. When we realize the tremendous
price which Jesus paid for our -redemption
and the obi
surae wnen we., accept tnat redemp
tion xrom our sins, then a tenth Is
not too high a standard,
Not Onlv Will' the monpv Wo trim
WllIinSTlV D6 A blessinp ,tn na hut tfcie
money win be used to further the in
terests of the kingdom of God. -Consecrated
wealth has built hospitals,
Schools, missions, chlirrnka null haa
relieved suffering all over the world.
Surely, every one 'who loyes God
wants to have a Dart in such wnrthv
. Ilaviity q"alified ls .cut, r of C e
estate of Helen S. : .lb. d
uwe-i ot rerquimaas l anty- No; A
'Carolina! thia in to rmtfftr all
, -y-j vVVIU
having claims against the estate of
vcvcjww . w vjuuuib txieiu ivo xne
undersigned at Box ;2J31, Durham,
N. C. on r beforw th 29rl t
April, 1949, or this notice -will be
Dleaded in bar of .their
persons indebted to said estate 'will
piease mane immediate payment. vv
nn-1 Ann 9 m - - .
xius. ui aay 01 April, 1948. .
. , v JQSIAH S. BABB, 1
. ' Executor of Helen S, Babb.
, " May7,14,21,28June4,ll
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NOTICE OF ADMINTSTR ATtnw
Havinir aualifiw. a a Actinic...!.
i ? uuuiauawi
Of the fiBtatft nf Mra 53 oval 7?ii-m11W
deceased late of Perquimans County,
North' Carolina. tTiia ia
persons haying claims against the es
tate or saia aecesaaii tn -rhiK,'
- -ww vw v .Wit IUC1U
to the undersimed at fitartfnnl M r
Ion or, before the 7th day of Aprii'
or wus nonce wiu De pleaded in
oar oi tneir recoverv. Ail
indebted to " said estate will pleaje
'm iiiiiiiEuitue payment.
i his 7th day.of April, 1948.
V B ' tTTTDrvr v:
Administrator of Mrs. Sarah Hurdle
.a . i v i to e-u.ut i : eiii
y the v .a., a at Eoute J,; Eel
idere, N. C, on or before the 15th
i'ay of April, 1949, or this notice will
be Dleaded -in bar nf hr
All persons indebted to .aaM
... . . . .7-
wiu piease make Immediate payment
,. , j"iUijji to, WIWSLOW,- ; .
Execntrix of DempBey E. Winslow. 4
iew FOR YOU mo
' A VfV thnafl tohA lmr. f he eluMfliM of
richly onmfiitf1 Sterling w effer I
Wtoo' Meadow Rom. In 11 tb One ;
potatt orcraRamanuup you'll and ttato
to tratf "Modem tUver with the beauty
of U nuwterptecet.1' Bach duster of
. ram In knife, fork and epoon hendke
hat been out in aquiatte oetaiL Graceful
. border KroQwork ku off the tatta hem
of the phuu center panele to perfection.
We lantt yea te eee thie outttanding
, 8taacaUertUsweek. ? )
"Guaranteed "Watc Repair"
HERTFORD, N. C.
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TtMTS ONft Or TNC
rw PROMPT ANO ; J
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It Matters Not
Whether the Sale ,
Is Small or Large
We Strive to
Give You Service. :
OPEN WEEK DAYS
7:30 A. M. to io P.M.
j8:3o A. M. ton A.M.
, Cix P..M to 7:30 P. M. ;
Drop In To See Us
Classified and Lesals
FOR SALE UTTT.T.nnn itttiv
See Lester Baker, Belvidere, N. C.
BABY CHICKS BEST GRADE
Kocks or Reds. $12.95 per 100.
Heavy breed cockereln Sin nn Pnof.
paid. Place order now with our
agent, Mr. tieorge W. Jackson,
Route 3, Hertford ?f. C. Seeley's
Chicks, Norfolk 10, Va. may28
MAN WANTED FOR RAWT.tctott
business. Real opportunity. We
neip you get started. Write Kaw
leigh's, Dept NCE-320-O, Rich
mond, Va. - jt
NOTICE OF ADMINISTR A TIO V
Having qualified as Administratrix
CTA of the estate of Essie M. Felton,
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
worth Carolina, this is to notify all
persons bavin? claims asrajnat fho es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Route 1, Hert-
lord, N. c, on or before the 1st day
of May, 1949. or this notice will hp
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
ihis 1st day of May, 1948. '
EDITH C. JONES,
Administratrix CTA of Essie M.
Mav7.149.1 OfiT,,-.! n
r " J y-w utiv jlX
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Havinar aualifterl ad .v
tne eatatft of nAmnaa a
deceased, late of Perquimans CouAty,
North Ca'rolina,4 this Is to notify all
" :" "tY"'g ciaims against the es-
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATTfiTJ s
Havinsr ' analifled an EirAmitAM
tne estate of Hughue Simons; deceas
ed, late of Perquimans Cdunty North
Carolina, this is to notify all
having claimsSigainst the estate of
said- deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Star : Route, Winf all,
N. C, on or before the 7 day of April
1949 Or this notice will' ho n1flnwl ir.
bar of their reenvprv. All iuhai. i
- fMnvua in
debted to said estate trill .tiIpbu m1u
uumeuipMe payment. , . :
This. 7 day of April 194&V , .
HUGHUE FRED SIMONS
-Expmifnra nt TTilortilia Civmamr !
- v u v u wuuviUi
Norli aro.Iaa,i this is io notif;
Ti1na IiBv'nij Alalma atrntnarf. thr
tate of .said deceased to exhibit t
to the undersigned at Hertford, N.
on or before the 24th day of Fe
ary, 1949, or this notice .will
nleadad In bar ttt thnSr nurnvarv.
persons indebted to said' estate
please make immediate payment J
1 his 24th day of February, 1941
BEATRICE W. WHITE an
' MARY LEE JORDAN, I
Aumiflistrainces or Jiunu wihsk.
V :s ; . April30Mayl,l4
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATinv
Havinsr nualifier! aa Amin!IIt
trices of the estate of Elihu Wihslow,
deceased, late' of Perquimans County,
; i". Don't Neglect Themi .
1 Katiire deetpted the Udneyi to do i
marveloue job. Their task it to keep th
flowina blood stream free of an exeeai o
toxic impurities. The act of living lil
iUelf ft constantly producing wt
matter the kidney must remove iron
the blood if good heath Is to.endare
When the kidneys tail to function a
Nature intended, there is retention 0
waste that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One may suffer nagging backache,
persistent headache, attacks of disainess
getting up nights, swelling, pufflne
under the eyes 4eel tired, nervous, ak
worn oujt. , ('.-. . I
Frequent, scanty w burning passage,
are sometimes further evidence of kid-4
ney or bladder disturbance. ,
The recognised and Draper treatment!
ta a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys!
get rid of excess poisonous body waste.
use vmi ritiat rney nave naa more
than forty years of public approval. Are
cuuuiimi cne country over, jnsuv
Oooa'e. Sold at all drug stores. -
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1 I i WHY WONT I EVER WTonlf PLEASE- : wW,A I
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ACCIDENT AND W SUEQ
OMB0V, wiu. Tries
l-O. Soft rTO 36 ssmw D SPEN6'
THAT MflkPV m A 1 -
ACCUHIMT PWVIMT1V1 rrWJ
rAM WtOUAiM liMAJiArt as
A RSASONABUI PWrt AND '
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FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
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,enced as county pncsi:cuT0R, mzedrs ' f,1
. JUDGE. LKf2TST; atop Arm IiTfiTmrfi" ffffiT w7 -ritj
. 11TI ka- KaAm At. 1. . t . .'.. -rv ' f 1 1 I
am vacancy, . ini3 custom 13 bczzd on sound reason bscausa tiis
j:''expcrience:gained qualifies htn fcr better ccirico? ' " ; , !