THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY HERTFORD, N. C., FRIDAY NOV" ?t, J SCO.
The new 1961 Ford passenger cars,
featuring new power combinations,
Automatic Ride Control, and many re
finements in styling, engineering, com'
fort and safety will be placed on dis
play Friday, November ,24, in the
showroom of Winslow4Blanchard Mo
tor Co., Inc. The new Fords offer a
choice of six' power combinations-
Ford's new fully automatic transmis
sion, the Ford over-drive and the
standard 3-speed transmission, ' all
available either with the 100 H.; P.
V-8 or the advanced 95 H. P. Six en
jrines. There are 16 models- in the
The new automatic transmission is
called "Fordomatic Drive." The re
sult of more than 4 years of research,
it is the combination of a hydraulic
torque converter and an automatic
planetary gear transmission which
operate together for maximum per
formance and efficiency and smootn
flow of power.
Another outstanding feature of the
1951 car is the new Automatic iuae.jer in honor of jjr.' an.d Mrs. H. B.
Control made possible by a combina-, filler on Friday night, November 10.
tion of advanced type snock ansoro
crs and a new type of spring sus
pension which combine to compensate
for all types of road sunaces. ,
The new cars also offer the widest
range of body colors and upholstery
and interior trim combination in Ford
car history. .
Many front and rear end appearance
changes have been made, including
adoption of a "dual spinner" raaiaioi
o-rflln for a lower and more massive
effect, larger and stronger wrap
iRfliir nWlc lids have concealed coun
ter-balancing hinges and a new key
release latch for ease in opening and
EDENTON, N. G
Week Day Shows Continuous
Saturday Continuous From 1:30
Sunday 2:15, 4:15 and 9:15
Thursday and Friday,
A THANKSGIVING TREAT
June Haver and
Harry James in
"I'LL GET BY" -
Saturday, November 25
Whip Wilson and
Andy Clyde in
Sunday, November 26
Red Skelton and
i Gloria DeHaven in
"THE YELLOW CAB MAN"
Monday and Tuesday,
Ray Milland and
Hedy Lamarr in
Wednesday, November 29
"MARCH OF THE WOODEN
EDENTON, N. C
Friday and Saturday, !
Randolph Scott and
Pat O'Brien in
12 Mile North of Edenton, N. C
Two Shows Each NJght
Modern Rest Rootaa. Snack Bar
y : Admission 40c. '
Children Under 12 Free In Can
Thursday, November 23
Loretta Young and .
Van Johnson in
"MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN"
Friday and Saturday,
Ann Blyth and ,
George Brent in .
"RED CANYON" '; .
Sunday, November 20 . ,
f Henry (Fonda and
Fred MacMnrray in -"TRAIL
OF THE LONESOME
Monday and Tuesday,'
' Cary Grant and
Ann Sheridan In '
"I WAS A MALE WAR BRTOE"
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Coming November 29-80 1
keeping the Eds raised for .loading or
unloading we luggage compartment.
The rchassia .frame has been
strengthened and number of import
ant engine changes were made. Both
v-8 and Six engines now have, auto
thermic expansion control- pistons
whose top rings are chrome-plated to
prevent scuffing of cylinder walls, All
engines , now .have new water-proof
ignition systems and rotating valves.
Ann Morrill Wins
Fashion Show Prize
Word has been received here that
Ann Morrill,, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Morrill, .of Balboa, Oanal
Zone, and granddaughter of Mrs.
Louis Nachman, recently was selected
as the outstanding model of a raahbn
revue held at' Balboa. ' v
Thirty-seven models participated in
the show and as winner of the prize
ar best model Miss (Morrill was award
ed a traveling make-up b, prea ant
ed by the sponsors of the revue. . I
Mrs. Harvey Stallings and Mrs. J.
B. Miller entertained at a miscellan
eous shower at the home of Mrn. Mil.
The house was beautifully decorat
ed with fall flowers. Games and con
tests were played and those winning
prizes were Mrs. Carl Godwin, Mrs.
Clarine Shean, Mrs. Clifton Morgan
and Mrs. Lawrence Perry. V
Ice cream, cake, nuts ' and mints
were served by the hostess.
Those invited, and sending gifts
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. JS. JLayden
and Marlene, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hol-
During the remainder of
1950 I will not observe office
hours on Wednesdays. '
A. B. BONNER, DDS
How She Shops
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plain of nagging backache, loaa of pep and
energy, headache! and dizzinees. Getting
: up nights or frequent passages may result
from minor bladder irritations due to cold,
dampness or dietary Indiscretions.
If your discomforts are due to these
causes, don't wait, try Dosn's Pills, a mild
diuretic Used successfully by millions for
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lowell and Joel, Jr, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Miller,' Ben 'J and Joyce, Mr. and
Mrs. Elijah White, Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Hollowell, IMr. and Mrs. Bryan
Miller, Mr, and Mrs.' Edward Jordan,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harrell,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stalling. Mr.
and . Mrs. Carl Godwin, Mrs. Sydney
Layden, Mrs. Louis Monds, Mrs. R. B.
Jordan, Mrs J. Van Roach, Mrs. Rex
Jones, Mrs. Walter Humphlette, Mrs.
Addie .Humphlette, Mrs. Thomas
Morgan, Mrs. E. C. Hollowell, Mrs.
Jesse Stanton, Mrs. Arthur Pierce,
Mrs. Homa iStallings, Mrs. T. H.
White, Mrs.. Nonie 'Nowell, Mrs.
Johnnie Lane, Mrs. Leonard Pierce,
Mrs: Clifton Morgan, Mrs. Bill Bag
ley, Mrs. Edgar Riddick, Mrs. Nathan
Mathews, Mrs. Reginald Jones and
son, Mrs. Ernest Stallings, Mrs. E.
U. Morgan, Mrs. Lawrence Perry and
Jimmie, Mrs. E. N. Miller, Mrs. Earl
Hollowell,' Mrs. A.' P. Stallings, Mrs.
E. A. Goodman, Mrs. Ernest E. Mor
gan, Mrs. Mathew Smith, Mrs. Sydney
Copeland,, Mrs. Luther Nixon, Mrs.
Benjamin Smith," Mrs. W. D. Roger-
son, t Mrs. D. L. Barber, Mrs. Els
berry Whedbee, Mrs. J. B. Perry, Mrs.
James Pierce, Mrs. Mollie Smith, Mrs.
Irvin Trueblood, Mrs. Kenneth Miller,
Mrs, A. R. Winslow, Jr., Mrs. Emest
Cartwright, Mrs. B. M.' Jones, Mrs.
Raymond Stanton, Mrs. Thomas Glenn
Rogerson, Mrs. Charlie Umphlette,
Mrs. Frank Ward, Mrs., B. F.' Pike,
As American as
A holiday visit by telephone it
, becoming as much a part of
Thanksgiving today as turkey.
So this year, as in all others,
we'll be expecting a huge num
ber of callers especially long
distance callers. You'll all be
taken care of--but please, won't
you try to place your calls early?
THE NORFOLK fe CAROLINA-
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Mrs. Irvin .whedbee, Mrs. Clarine
Shean, Mrs. (Roy Bunch, Mrs. B
Melton, Mrs. Selm Trueblood, ' Mrs.
Jtteador Harrell, (Mrs. 'Ned Nixon,
Mrs, Shelto'n Morgan, Mrs. Joe Perry,
ma. Mamie JttiUer, Mrs. W. J. Stan
ton, Mrs. Wayland , Howell, Mrs. J,
E. Stallings, Jr., Mrs. Benton White,
VMjss Dona White, Miss Lucille White,
Miss Kay White-Stanton,1 Miss Kath-
erine Boyce, Miss Esther Perry, Miss
Amy Vann. Roach, Miss ' Etta Faye
Pierce, Miss Brenda 'Shean, Miss Ca
rolyn Morgan and Miss Sandra Mor
The Mary Towe Circled of the Hert
ford Methodist Church met Mondav
night with Mrs. Jim Bob White at her
home on Grubb Street
' Miss Nellie Fields, chairman, pre
sided . In addition to routine business
contributions were received, for the
cultivation fund, Wee.k-of-Prayer and
Self DemaL Baskets of fruit will
be distributed among the shut-ins at
Thanksgiving time by 'the various
members. - ':'X
Miss Fields urged each member to
attend the -reception, which will be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
THE helpless fledgling can de
pend on the devoted mother
bird to feed and protect H, no
matter what the circumstan
ce. Such confidence it wall
In time of need, you can de
pend on our attentive staff to
render, helpful , service. The
cost of the ceremony is deter-
mined by yout choice of ap
pointments. ia mW watti'
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Craiton. Matthews for the new Metho
dist minister, Rev. A. jf. Chaplin and
- Mrs. Edgar Fields will be hostess to
the December meeting: . At that time.
the annual Christmas party Vill be
held and gifts will be exchanged. Each
member is reminded to bring a con
tributioh in order that a rift be
bought for the orphan which the
Circe la sponsoring, 7 , - m
The meeting- closed with the bene
diction. During the'' social hour the
hostess, assisted by W. W. White and
Mrs. .Emory White served tasty re
freshments to the following members
in addition to those already mention
ed: Mesdames Lawrence Towe. Tom
my Matthews, Elton Hurdle, Cnarles
Payne, Frank McGoogan, W. E.
Drake, Jesse Lee Harris, Martin Towe,
Tom Skjpsey, I. C. Yagel, R. B.
Thach, and H. C. Sullivan. ,
RECALLED TO ACTIVE SERVICE
1 1 -
Walter T. , Bond, Centerport, New.
York, formerly, of Hertford, has been'
recalled to active service. He has
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his .discharsre from' the Coast Guard.
' He expects to ivisit his father, who
lives in. Hertford, before he reports .
for "duty at the Brooklyn Navy Yard '
on November 30. " -" 1
: ONE M.INUTE SPORTS QUIZ k
1.' What weight does Eisard Charles
fight at 7 s
2, Where, does' Wally Butts coach
football? . - - -
3. Does SMU lay Notre Dame this ' '
4. How. many .players compose, a
5. In- Baseball if a runner is hit .
by a thrown ball, n ha out?, ' .
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f61"8 la8t f, but the next game
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. 5. No, but -it hit by a batted ball,
he is out.
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