FA ' j I O
Proposed revisions in Automobile
Bodily Injury and Porperty Damage
rates resulting from a review of ex
perience data for the; policy years
1946, 1947 and 1948, have been, filed
by the North Carolina Automobile
Bate Administrative Office with the
Department of Insurance, it was an
nounce today by Commissioner Waldo
C. Cheek. . v i;.v
The filling proposes reductions of
14.6 in the bodily injury rates and
10.0 in the porperty damage rates
for private passenger automobiles and
reductions of 21.4 bodily injury
and 14.3 property damage in the
rates for commercial automobiles.
This is the first time a proposal has
been filed with the Insurance De
partment calling for reductions in
automobile liability rates since the
A .public hearing will be held on
Thursday, December 1. 1949, at 10
o'clock A. M., by Commissioner Cheek
in the Labor Building, at which time
full consideration will be given to
the proposal. Commissioner Cheek
stated that "until the hearing has
been held and a decision rendered
and an effective date determined, no
existing policy of automobile liability
insurance can be cancelled and re
written or any binder issued for the
same for the purpose of taking any
advantage of those proposed rates."
Reductions have been also proposed
in rates for automobile non-ownership
liability, funeral cars, hearses
and school buses.
A new classification applicable to
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Tawn, Spruce, Seaforth and.
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Shaeffer, Parker and
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HERTFORD, N. C.
can driven by youthful did vers is al
so proposed which requires a some-
whia higher rate than, the rates ap
plying t other private passenger
can. ' , f vt-a ;,
BURGESS W. M. U. MEETS
The Burgess W. M. U. met Mon
day night with Mrs. Meador Harrell
The meeting was opened by sing
ing "U Zion's Haste" followed by the
watchword.' - -. -
. Minutes were ; read and the roll
t, A report from the Community
Mission chairman was made ' .
New officer were installed as fol
lows:' President, Mrs. J. R. Ayscue;
secretary " and treasurer, : Mrs. Josiah
Proctor; vice president, ..Mrs., Ey Z.
Berry; second vice president, Mrs.
Howard Sheari Community Missions
chairman, Mrs. Edgar Riddklc; Ste
ward-ship chairman, Mrs. A. M. Cope-
Jand; Publiciyt chairman, Mrs.' J. B.
Mrs. Willie Lane rendered the fol
lowing program on "Christ, The Ans
wer for Moslem Lands Hymn "Send
the Light" "
Devotional was rendered by Mrs.
Howard Shean and prayer by Mrs. J.
Readings by Mrs. William Lane and
Mrs. Edgar Riddick. A trio,. "Preci
ous Promise," was sung by Myrtle
Whedbee,-Mrs. J B. Perry and Mrs.
Irwin Whedbee. ,
Readings by Mrs. Joe Ayscue, Mrs.
Jo3iah Proctor and Myrtle Whedbee.
Poem by Mrs. J. R. Ayscue. Closing
hymn, "Blessed Be the Tie That
During the social hour. Mrs. Joe
Ayscue was' pleasantly surprised with
a shower of useful and beautiful
gif ic, which she opened and acknow
The hostess served pound cake and
ice cream. ; - - ,:
"The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Bethany Church will
meet with Mrs. Jim Carver,' Novem
ber 26 at 2:30 P. M.
Pakistian will be the topic for dis
cussion which will be lead by Mrs.
Mrs. Rossie Baker will be the lead-
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er of the worship service. ;',
All- members and guests who re
interested, please be present.
NEW HOPE NEWS ;
The VL :Y.'t.F. of New Hope Church
held their regular ' monthly meeting
Monday evening, November 14. The
president, Ronald Butt, presided The
meeting opened by the group sing
ing "Jesus Calls Us." This was fol
lowed by praying the Lord' Prayer in
j, 'Hazel Trueblood gace a- most in
spiring devotional on "Let Vs Give
Tftanks." - 1
After having , the business session,
a very Interesting program Was given
with the theme being; :-"Founders of
Democracy," which was a Thanksgiv
ing atory and. song service. Those
taking part VjwereV Shirley Butt,
Jimmy Bobbins Faye, Jean, and Nor
ma Butt The meeting was closed
with the M. Y. F?; benediction.
Those present were: Misses Janice
Perry, Shirley Butt,' Norma Butt, Ha
zel Trueblood, Barbara Butt Faye
Butt, Billie Jones, J. W. Hughes,
William Penn Chappell, Dicky Ba
ker, Harvey Butt, Fred Lee J ones,
Thomas Trueblood, : Bobby Jones,
Jimy Trueblood, . Billy Baker, Mack
Trueblood, Joe Butt, and Mrs. W. E.
PINEY WOODS NEW
.Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Butt and
little son, Tommy, Mr. Charles New
by, all of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs.
I. C. Butt of New Hope, were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Raper
and Mrs. Marvin L. Simpson Sunday.
Other visitors were Mjr. Percy Chap
pell and daughter, Jean.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hitt of Rich
mond, Va., spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Chappell.
Mr. and Mm. Sidney Stallings of
Sandy Cross spent Sunday-;; evening
with Mr. and Mrs- J. T. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ohappelf and
children fisited Mr. and Mrs. ' C. J.
Raper and Mrs. Marvin LL Simpson
Mrs. E. .N.-' Chappell and Mrs.
Thomas Chappell visited D. L. Hobbs
of Hobbsville Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chappell of
Carthage, N. C. spent last week-end
with her father, W. P. Chappejl.
Mrs. C. J. Raper and Mrs. Marvin
L. Simpson spent Saturday afternoon
in Hertford, N. C. .;;.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Chappell and
family spent Thanksgiving day with
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Chappell. :
Those visiting in the home' of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilliam Twine .Thursday
were Mr., and Mrs. L. J. Chappell and
family, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chappell.
Mrs. E. N. Chappell and Mrs. J.
D. Chappell visited their mother, Mrs
Mary a. unappeu iasx ween. - ,
;Airs. Bumsa unappeii spent last
week-end with her parents of Ayden,
Mrs. S. G. Chappell and Mrs. Louis
Winslow spent Thursday with Mrs,
Trey Chappell. '
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Branche and
family of Portsmouth were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett
Stullings on Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Wood of Norfolk 3pent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. C.
White. - ,,
Misses Bertha Cooper, Hortense
Boomer, Elizabeth Chappell and Mrs.
Chappell of Elizabeth City were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Brewer
anci Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy Sun
Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Edwards and
family of Winfall were dinner guests
on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W,' T.
' Mrs. C. L. Jackson of Plymouth is
visiting friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brewer and
son. Bobby,, left Monday for home!
in Tallahassee, Floriia, after ppend- 1
ing the past three we ks w-L,t. htr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy.
" Mrs. Raymond Leggett and daugh
ter of Plymouth visited friends here
Mr, and Mrs. CP. Quincy. spent
Tuesday-in Norfolk. ' 1
Shop early for the best selection of
toys ... bring us ypur list ... we can fill
every item from our large stock of Christ- ;
mas toys .... at prices as low as you wiil
OUR STOCK INCLUDES
Bicycles for Boys and Girls, in all sizes
Tricycles, all.sjzes; Heavy Steel Wagons
Steel Swings, Table and Chair Sets
Air Rifles, Skates, Footballs; Basketballs
Novelty Items and Small Toys'
Smoking Stands . ,
Complete Line of Christinas Lights
and Decorations . j
Visit Our Store for Your Christmas Candies
Nuts and Fruit Cake" Mixtures .
.HERTFORD, N, C-
, By These Famous Artists
FRED WARING , i
. GUY LOMBARDO x
LATEST POPULAR HITS
1 . . "Mule Train",: ' '
"Lucky Ole Sun" 7 -
. "Hop Scotch Polka" -,
"Maybe It's Because"
"Tales From Vienna Woods"
x "An Old Fashioned Walk"
:id, n. c.
Negro Qubi3 Hold
Achievement Day ;
A combined Negro 4-H and Home
Demonstration i Achievement -Day
Program was held Saturday, Novem
ber 19, at 11 :00 A. M-, in the Hert
foru High ;r School auditorium " With
258 persons attending. Mrs. Rachel
Riddick, president of the Home Dem
onstration, Count y Council, presiding
throughout the .program. The-Rev. J.
C. Ruffiri, gave the invocation which
followed a selection by Hertford High
School Glee Club. Mrs. Mildred 0.
Page, Negro Health Educator, was
guest speaker and took her theme,
"Building Better Health." Mrs. Page
was accompanied, by Mrs. Swindell,
supervising State Nurse, who gave
some, helpful remarks pertaining to
A film, "Let My People Live" was
shown. H E. Brown, principal of the
High School gave the. welcome ad
dress and responded by Mrs. E. V.
Billups, president of (Bay Branch
Home Demonstration Club.
Prizes and awards made available by
the Hertford Merchants and business
concerns were presented to Negro
4-H Club , boys and girls for out
standing v projects during the past
year, announced by W. C. Strowd and
Mrs. M. B. Taylor, Farm ajid Home
Agents. Ap total of 822 articles wers
displayed occupying 2 class .rooms.
4-H Clubs having the pest exhibit ac
cording to the judges were Nioanor,
Hertford and Willow Branch Clubs.
The gold plated trophy was awarded
to the Nicanor Club for the bes't ex
Leadership certificates were award ed
to 15 4-H Club leadens in recog
nition of helpful service during the
past year. Certificates were awarded
to 4-H club members for the com
pletion of satisfactory club work. ,.
Observes Book Week
Over 150 school children, teachers
and community patrons joined Book
week celebration at the Judkins Ne
firro.Librarv in Hertford recently. A
group of high school students carried
out a story hour project and librar
ians E. H. Brown and C B. Thompson
rava reviews of children's book ii
? (Continued from Page Seven) '
It isn't always ea-y to speck the
truth as if is revealed by God. ' It
takes courage to' endure the ridicule
which often, accom pawns the unpopu-
i . j. . i j " i
w iruin, me unKinonesj ami raj lone
liness which results from being dif
ferent from -i the crowd. Jeremiah,
Jesus, Paul and scores of others have
had this kind of courage. What about
you I , ''.'"','
BRIDGE SUPPER ,
Mrs. G; W. Barbee was hostess at
a bridge, supper last Tuesday evening
at Iter home on GrubD Street Those
enjoying the evening were Meedames
W. J. Kanoy, John Diggers, H. C.
Stokes, T. L. Jessap, C. R. Holmss,
C. E. Johnson, M. R. Campbell and
Miss Mary Sumner. : The high score
prizu was awarded Mrs. Kanoy.
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB .i
Mrs, W. H. Hardoastle was hostess
to her: bridge club Thursday evening
EDENTON. N. C.
Week Day Shows Continuous
Saturday Continuous From lgO
Sunday, 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15
Thursday and Friday,
Ann Blyth and ; : -
Howard Duff in
Saturday, December 8
v Monte Hale in -"SOUTH
Sunday, December 4
Richard Coate and
Jack Oakie in.
Monday and Tuesday,
Milton Berle and r '
Virginia Mayo in '
"ALWAYS LEAVE THEM
. LAUGHING" ,
Wednesday, December 7
Maggie and Jiggs in
Vera Ralston in f
"RHYTHM HITS THE ICE",
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Coming December 8-9
' Hepburn and Tracy in , ;
"ADAM'S RIB" '
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Week Day Chows T and 9 P. IL
'Saturday Continuous From 1:30
Sunday 8:15, 4:15 and 9:15 '
Thursday, December 1 '
- Wild TZl Elliott in
"RETURN OF DANIEL BOOKE"
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Friday and Saturday,
f ' The Eawery Boys in '
' "MASTTH MINDS" , .
Sunday and Monday,
December 4-5 ' ';"
Dot' 'e Feature 1
"DC" S nd '
"salul -j a:.::gos"
Tuesday and X '
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, During the remainder of
1949' I will not observe office
hours on Wednesdays.' '",
Dr. A. B. Bonner, DDS
at her home on Dobb Street Tkwe
l":ying v.. IlosJomei C. Al Daven
p ji t, J- H. Newbold, S. P. Jessup, H.
A. Whitley, Trim Wilson, Maude Ful
fora, and- Miss Mae Wood Winslow.
The high score , prize wertt .to Mrs.
Fulford. A sweet course was served.
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THE NORFOLK A CAROLINA
Notice of Sale
We. the undersigned administrators, by authority duly vested
ft, in us, will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash the Chattel
rroperty ot t . LT. Wnite, late of rerquunans County.
TIME OF SALE December 14, 1949, at 10 A. M.
PLACE OF SALE F. C. Whiie Mill Lot at Belvidere, N. C,
.Partial list of items to be sold: -
One Farmall H. Tractor and equipment, sold separately and
as a unit. Excellent condition. .
OneFarmall F-14 Tractor and Cultivator as a unit or sepa
rately. Excellent condition. '.
One 1948 Ford yi -ton Pick-up. Practically new. t
Ope 1942 Ford ton and a half Truck and Body. Good shape.
One yoke nice Mules.
A One 2-row Combine Moline with Motor. ,
."-One1 Corn Sheller power driven..-.-' .
One John Deere 2-row Tractor Cultivator. ! .
One John Deere 2-row Horse or Tractor drawn Planter,
One Disc Tiller.
. ; Hundreds "of other items too numerous to mention, including
anything to farm with or use as trucking equipment.
Don't miss this sale it is a big sale and many items you
might be in the market for will be right here.
Sale begins at 10 A. M., December 14. Bring your friends.' ,
"(Signed) EDWIN S. WHITE," Administrator: Vr
(Signed) L. C. WINSLOW, Administrator. , - '
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