. AH milfeamr. or civilian DenoaseL
Tat well M ny business entity or or
mnfaatioa. who suffered he or dam
age to real or personal property as
the result of enemy action daring
World waf 11 uouia rurniso mwhis
of such lose to the War Chum Com
mfesion aa soon as ncesible, accord
ing to C C. Banks, v Pergufcnans
County Veterans Service Officer. Mr.
Banks stated that the WOC also is
anxious to receive information,; from
Mrninff nersomal injury, impairment
jt health, torture, unpaid wages for
labor, etc., due to enemy action cur
ing World War II.
Mr. 1 Banks states that he has the
proper forms for reporting such in
formation in his office located at Reed
Oil Company warehouse, and will
render any assistance necessary in
Under the act creating it m i4
the War ' Claims Commission is re- iSallie Lane, Anna Lee UcOoosan, In
quired to make this survey of war ra Belle Trueblood, Lillie Vann, Lula
damages suffered by individuals, cor
porations, etc., and make its report
to the President, for referral to Con
gress, by March 31st of this year. To
be included in this report, completed
forma must be received in Washing
ton by March 2nd.
District and county veterans ser
vice officera still have Available forms
to be used by former .prisoners of war
in applying for the $1.00 day pris
oner of war allowance. Payment of
these claims, Mr. Banks points out, is
not mode from U. S3, government
funds, but are .paid out of impounded
enemy funds "- and property in this
LIONESS CLUB MEETING
The Hertford Lioness Club held its
February meeting ' on iPriday -night,
February 10, at the home of Lioness
Myra Belle (.Trueblood.-in Elizabeth
Citv. A delicious barbecue dinner
Those attending - were: Lionesses
Dorothy Bass, Irene IByrum, Jessie
Cox, Lizzie Lee Cox, Edna Eley, Min
nie Wilma Hurdle, Margaret Lane,
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PHONE8o8i HERTFORD, N. C .-.
Mae Ward, Ruty a.'hite, Lleles (VTood
ard, and 1 Helen Harrison of . Ocean
. ' 1 ME2TING ELLD MONDAY .
The O. A.'b and R, A.'s of the Great
Hose Baptist Church held it monthly
meeting, Monday night, 'February 13,
with Percy Bogerson. Edgar Deal had
charge of an interesting program with
Polly. Eason, Catherine Baker, Mar
Jorie Perry and Henry and Carroll
Baker itaking part There were 12
members present Refreshments were
served hjr our hostess, Mrs. Percy
Bogerson. ' ' , ;
Assistant 4-H Qub '
Leader Is Appointed
Miss Margaret E. Clark, Johnston
Gountv home demonstration aeent
has been appointed assistant 4-H Club J
leader for the State College Exten
sion, it was announced this week by L.
R. Harrill, State 4-H leader.
Miss Clark, who has been locatedat
Smithfield since September, 1945, will
assume her new duties in March, fill'
ing a post which has been vacant for
several months. She will work out of
the State 4-H office in Raleigh.
finished two years .
II. B. 7irslow recent hsuk UA
d!'. h .J out Oil !..! f -VYl .
a L- .is. .
J V. Wl slow v it ' vo new ditc
to replace parts of two old ditches J veyed and grade stakes set by
i mat w tut rn orar tO -nsc.va.jn xeoaniciara, wonu.
t"!minate ron; sho.f rows! ' : 1 tA,i i" Albemarle Soil Conservatic
Ail cf t s ava drtdies were f r- u.
CHURCH GROUP MEETS
The Christian Endeavor of Berea
Church of Christ met at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Miller on Thurs
day evening, February 2. The meet
ing was opened with a song. Mrs,
Joe- White led in prayer. Norman
Miller read the scripture lesson.
During the business session new of
ficers were elected.
Those elected were Albert Euro,
president: William Umphlett, vice-
president; Wilma Ann. Caddy, secre
tary and treasurer; assistant secre
tary, Garland Euro urogram chair
man, Jamei Umphlett; publicity chair
man, Shirley Eure; recreation chair
man, Mrs. Leroy Dail, and Counsellor,
Mm. Herman Caddy.
Interesting readiness were given by
the members. A song was sung by
Mollie Lu: Yeates, Norman Miller,
Mrs. Horace Miller and Mrs. iLeroy
The meeting was dismissed with
prayer by Mrs. Delwin !Eure. i
Refreshments were served' during
the social hour.
NOTES ON SOIL CONSERVATION
A group of farmers in the iWhite-
ston section, whose land drains into
Lateral No. 1, of the White's Millnond
drainage project are having this canal
cleaned with a dragline. This makes
the fourth lateral of the i White's Mill
pond drainage project that has been
cleaned out since the main canal was
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