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For n,0,P,Q Drivers
To Rcnav Licenses
In an effort to avoid a last minute
rush for driver's and chauffeur's li
censes as the June 30 deadline nears,
the Department of Motor Vehicles an
nounced today that chauffeurs mar
annlv for renewals beginning May 1
instead of on May 15 as in the past.
Chauffeurs must Obtain renewals
for the 1950-51 fiscal year by June
80 and drivers whose surnames begin
with N, 0, P and Q also must have
r.ew licenses by that date. A total of
41,000 chauffeurs were licensed last
year and a larger number of applica
tions are expected this year. Depart
ment officials feel that extra 15-day li
censing period will give all persons in
the chauffeur category an opportunity
to have their new license cards in
hand before their old ones expire. AN
persons driving vehicles for hire come
in the chauffeur group.
Although a little over two months
remain in which N. O. P and Q driv
ers may obtain renewals, only one-half
of this group has reported to driver's
license examiners for renewals. The
State's examiners face the prospect
of handling approximately 120,000 ap
plicants in these two groups during
May and June.
The Department also reported that
the cheuffeur's application form is
being changed this year to conform
with the operator's form. In the fu
ture the two forms will be filed to
gether, as a time-saving device. The
chauffeur's forms will be a light green
in order that they may be detected
easily. Operator's applications are
printed on white paper.
Spring: Federation '
Meeting On Friday
Home Demonstration dubs of Per
quimans County willJiold their Spring
Federation meeting at 2:30 o'clock
Friday afternoon. May 5, at the Ag
riculture Building in Hertford, It was
announced today by Mrs. Nina B
White, County Home Agent
The meeting will tie held In con
nection with the observance of Na
tional Home Demonstration Week and
Mrs. P. P. Gregory of Shawboro will
be the speaker for the event She
will have as her topic "Today's Home
Builds Tomorrow's WorJd."
A fashion show, given 'by the doth.
ing leaders of each club will fee a
feature of the meeting.
Members of the Beech Spring Club
will be hostess to a tea following the
Five Cases Heard
By Recorder Judge
Five cases were disposed of in the
Perquimans Recorder's Court this
week and a number were, continued
until the next term of the Court.
Roderick Bassett entered a plea of
guilty to speeding and paid the costs
Vera Hedrick was ordered to pay
a fine cf $25 on a charge of driving
without a license. -
George Davenport, Negro, entered a
plea of. guilty to a charge of being
drunk and disorderly and paid the
costs of Court.
Horace Jordan, Negro, was found
guilty on a charge of driving without
a license. He was given a 60-day
sentence suspended upon payment of
$50 and costs.
Fleet Cooper and Emanuel Miller,
Negroes were found guilty on a
charge of gambling and each were or
dered to pay a fine of $10 and costs.
CASUALTIES IN . MIMIC WARFARE Men of 618th Medical Clear
ing Company were on hand to give first aid to soldiers injured in land
ing on beaches in "Exercise Portrex." Nobody here was badly hurt,
but the "medics" were ready, for any emergency. (Official Depart
ment ofv Defense Photo) , ' - ; ' - '
more than skin
deep itfs the result of
aod judgment, such
as deciding on our
In order to provide our pat
rons with the latest beauty ser
vice, I recently attended the
Kollege of Beauty Knowledge
and received special training in latest hair styling and other
beauty treatments. -
Make it a habit to receive your beauty care at our shop.
Phone 3071 today for an early appointment.
For a Limited Time We Are Offering
Machine and Machineless Permanent Waves
- AT HALF PRICE
PARAGON BEAUTY SALON
Mrs. Sarah C. White
MARKET STREET ' HERTFORD, N. C.
Week Is In Progress
"The Home Basis"' of a- Better
World" is the theme for National
Home Demonstration Week in North
Carolina, April 30-May 6. During this
special week attention is being focus
ed on what 63,242 home demonstration
club women in the State are doing to
improve tho-r homes and keep their
families well. At the same time, home
demonstration members are broad
ening their horizons and developing a
better understanding of national and
international affairs in every state,
Hawaii, Alaska, and Peurto Rico.
In the 2,050 communities in North
Carolina where home demonstration
olubs are organized, women are cele
brating the week with county-wide
meetings, tours to improved homes,
demonstrations, exhibits, newspaper
articles, and radio broadcasts. Ac
cording to Miss Verna 'Stanton, assist
ant State home agent for the State
College Extension Service, community
"Home Demonstration Days" are be
ing held to recognize the 82,264 lead
ers for their contribution to the de
velopment of better homes and com
munity rife. Other activities are point
ing up achievements as rural "women
hold open house across the State.
an active part in the program. Ma-
owe Keid, : president ' 1 of . the County
Council, presided. Ushers" were fur
nished by Bay Branch 4-H dub. Af
ter the processional, ' the invocation
was given by Elnora 'Winajow; Ni
canor 441 Club. Francine Mitchell,
WanfaM 4-H Club, gave -the purpose.
Scripture was read by Irish Hunter,
Chinquapin 4-H Club. 4-H Clover and
Roses was sung ' by Chapanoke 4-H
Club. Jessie Lee . Norman, WinfaU
4-H Club, played "A Frolicsome Mo
ment" and "Idette PoIkW IPoote
Grove 4-H Club's quartet and Galatia
4-H Club s duet.furnished a selection
each. Bay Branch 4-H Crab sang
The Rev. T. W. Coleman, pastor of
the church, delivered the v sermon.
He used the 4-H theme"Highwy to
Better Living" as his subject
Lions Club To Hold
Ladies' Night Event .
the Hertford lions a will hold
its 11th annual charter and ladies'
night banquet, Friday, May 5, at 7:30
P. , M, at the (Bethel ' Community
House, J. S. Bass, president of the
club witt preside."-
Louis K. Day. iDistnct Governor 01
District 31 -C will be the guest speak
er for the evening.
Guests from Edenton, Elizabeth
City ; and other near-by Lions Clubs
1, iWhat is the same' of Thomas Jef
ferson's home? ' ','--
-2. What is the name of Andrew
Jackson's home near Nashville, TennT
3. To -what political'party did Geo.
Washington belong T .j .
4. ,What is BoufllonT
6.: Who isolated Vitamin C .. sad
when? , , t 'r
6. What is a bookmaker or bookie?
7. What science does ornithology
dealt , v
8. -i,Tame the capital of .the Ha
waiian Iands? - ' ,
9. What disease " has, often' been
called the "White TlagueT ; ' 1
" THE ANSWERS - l
JL MonticeMo. , J"J,
2. The Hermitage, .
,3. The Federalist . J
, 4. A clear meat broth. . ,1 ,
. Dr. C. C. King, University of . I
PJttsbUrgh, in 1933. -6.
- A professional gambler who ac-
cepts bids en horse races. r - I
' 7. Birds.
. 8. Honolulu. w- 1 , t - ' v '
- ; 9. Tuberculosis.' M . ;
11 11 I u .WO w Mtouu.
vZTa 7 r Z t A served by members
home demonstration program in North I . r),, twT.s,
: 1,1 inn UUO..
This broad program features good
home management, nutrition, food
production and preservation, home
furnishings and color arrangements,
family relations, clothing for- the
family, citizenship, music apprecia
tion, good reading, community activi
ties and many 6ther interests of rural
"Better informed, healthier and hap
pier rural people are important assets
to our democracy," says Miss Stan
ton. "Rural people will continue to
work toward these vital objectives as
they improve their homes and com
munity life, which form the basis of
a better world." '
Matinee 3 P. M. Night 7-9
'men Willie Comes
Saturday: Show Opens 1 P. M.
WILD BILL ELClOTT
"Return of Daniel
' "Jesse James" No. 2
Sunday: Shows 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15 P. M.
DICK POWELL and EVELYN KEYES
Monday and Tuesday Matinee S P. M. Night 7-9 P. M.
VAN JOHNSON and JOHN HODIAK
" B A TTLE 6R0U N D "
Wednesday: Matinee S P. M. Night 7-9 P.M.
V DOUBLE FEATDBS
, , , Seeoad Feature .
AN ALL-STAR CAST
v.-- 'x'iti--- -&&&?f$i
r "Purple Heart" ,
Thursday ONLY: Matinee S P. M. Night 7-9 P. Ml v'
' ' IDA LUPINO and HOWARD DUFF
"VMIAtl lll HIDING"
Negro 4-H Clubs
County-wide 4-H Church Sunday
for Negro 4-H Chub "boys and girls
was observed in Hertford Sunday at
the Negro Methodist Church at 2:00
The 4-H Club bovs and girls took
The Rev. and Mrs. David Lewis of
Swan Quarter were week-end guests
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Lewis. '.v";" -
Mrs. Roy Pierce spent several days
in Norfolk last week with her sister.
Miss Annette Proctor of Harvey's
Point spent the week-end . with her
aunt, Mrs. L. B. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Quuicy and
daughter Ava of Norfolk, Va., were
the guests of his (parents, Air. and
Mrs. C. P. Qumcy, on Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Perry have re
turned from a trip to Gary, Indiana,
Chicago and other points of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Will Burgess of Via
Trao were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Onley. o
Mrs. Roscoe Smith of Woodland is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith (his
The first rule of education, in all
lands, is never to aay anything, of
fensive to anyone. ; -Voltaire.
Midget Auto Races
ELIZABETH CITY "SPEDf
Saturday Night, May 6thUnder lights-
. EASTERN FAIR GROUNDS WEEKS VILLE HIGHWAY v
I; 5 Big Events -f- 5
' Time Trials 7:30 P. M; Radng-S:E)
Thrilb ChHb S3b
r ?l r. i.rA .ADMISSION:
General Admission to Infield (standing) $1X3 1
Grandstand (limited seats) .::X:i:Z$iXZ i
Children Under 12 Trc-JJisn Acccr"-LJ
; ' ;ByF.:a Adult
s : v Pardipfj fi ll
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For the great fishing season ahead
for real -fishing enjoyment-choose .from
our fine .assortment of equipment, ' We
have the complete line.
Rods Reels Lines
I Hooks Sinkers Poles
I Tackle Boxes Minnow Seines
OUTBOARD MOTORS AND
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Boats Oars Oar Locks
X .Life Preservers " Cushions
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supply your Heeds! .
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' 01 -TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE :v
, Phone 3461
AT WORTHWHILE SAVINGS
Dole Pineapple Juice, 46-oz. can--ri-.-..-37c
Suhsweet Prune Juice, quart- ---29c
Camphell's Tomato Juice, 46-o?. can -':27c
Hi-C Orangeade, 46-oz. can -30c
Pet or Carnation Milk. -l-.:-i4 cans 49e
Libhy's Corned Beef Haj3h, can ----- -32c
Flako Pie Crust Mix, package - 16c
Comstocli Sliced Apples," can,-:. --17q
Whitehouse Apple Sauce.i cans 25c
Peter Pan Peanut Batter, 12-oz. jar 32c
Krispy or OTC Crackers, Mb. pkg.h 25c
Sioux Eco ITcr.cy, 1-lb. jar 2Sc
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