ans Perquimans vresxr.y rzzTT? it. c, ft'oat jt vatjy 2 in
. Now is the " time for motorists
whose tyst names begin with U, V, W,
CL Y of Z to visit their nearest onv-
For George F.Dail
George ' Fox Dail, TO, . died at his
home here last Thursday morning at
5:30 o'clock. He was a native and
lifelong resident of Perquimans
County. Funeral services were held
Friday at 2 P. M. at the Lynch Fun
eral Home, with the Rev. James Brick-
erfe license examiners to obtain re- house, pastor of Bethlehem Christian
'newals of their licenses to drive, the.,,,,,;, . officiating. Burial was in
( department oi' moxor'veiucies poims iiverside Cemetery at Norfolk,
Lines at examining stations are
short and applicants have very little
trouble in feeing waited on. Deadline
for- the group 1. June 30.
The U-Z category will complete the
first round of re-examining which be
an four years ago. (Thereafter rush
periods for driver's license examiners
will be a thing of the past because all
motorists will be required to renew
their licenses within the 30-day period
prior to their birthdays, four years
. after issuance. l-r-.:
A few motorists, mostly those with
-surnames beginning1 with A or B and
whose birthdays fall between January
1 nd July 1, already are having to
obtain second renewals. (However, the
next renewal date will fall in exactly
Examinations for U-Z motorists will
include the usual four phases eyes,
rules of the road, traffic signs
Presentation of old drivers licenses
by persons seeking second renewal
will be accepted as evidence that the
applicant has passed the road test
are planning on having a lead ditch
cut out ' '
The Albemarle Soil Conservation
'District has received petitions for as
sietanoe on three group drainage pro
jects in Perquimans County this
month. ' " .
, BIRTHDAY PARTY ,
Mrs. Winford Chappell entertained
on February 3 In honor of her daugh
ter Vernell's tenth birthday. A color
scheme of green and white was carried
out in 'the decorations of the home.
mng are hiswrfe Mm Minnie, with rly
se imu; one son, lieorge mh iau w ,T. nnB nan Ra-hflPft
Norfolk: one daughter, (Mrs. Sarah
Barber Davenport of Hertford; one
brother, Mack L. -Dad of Hertford;
four sisters, Mrs. Martha Dail Pen
nington of Hertford, Mrs. Annie Sut
ton and Mrs. Ellen Williams, both of
Norfolk, Mrs. Irene Miller of Eden
ton i 15 grandchildren and 14 great
SOIL CONSERVATION NOTES
Clarence S. Chappell is cutting new
tap ditches on most of his farm with
a dragline. These ditches were staked
out parallel to each other thereby elim-
lot of short rows that ex
Lane, Joan Lane, Barbara Lane, Jer
ry Chappell and Patricia Powers.
Those present or ; sending gifts, be
sides the honoree, were Marietta
Bunch, Beverly Lane, Delois Byrum,
Ronnie ,: Chappell, Janet Chappell,
Douglas Chappell, Jerry Chappell,
iSondra and Patricia Powers, Joan,
Barbara and Alice. Lane, Betty Jane
and Carolyn Chappell, Barbara Ann
Chappell, Phyllis Hehdren, Patricia
(Lane, Carolyn Rogerson, Janet Chap
pell, Onieda and Glenda Lane, Jimmy
Gordon, William Byrum, Winston
Chappell, Mrs. Ruby Chappell, Mrs.
Ethel Lane; Mrs. Virginia Lane, Eu
gene Byrum and Mr. and Mrs. Win
ford Chappell. The hostess served ice
isted under his old drainage system,
His new ditches are larger and deep-! cream, cookies and Valentine hearts. "
er and will provide better drainage for
A.. T. Lane is having a ditch on his
and farm cut with a dragline. This ditch
will furnish better drainage for his
fields and also intercept some woods
water that has been coming on his
J. J. Skinner and Lawrence Lowe
3. ' (What are the three largest li
braries in the U. S.?
4. What Is ithe estimated daily
population of Rockefeller Center in
New York City? : -
5. What country never fills its an
nual quota of emigrants to the U. S.?
& What Federal office did John J.
Mcdoy fill in 1945 T , .
7. How many men were under
arms during ' World War II T , j
8. What were the casualties of
World War It? .
9. . How much " did 'World War I
cost the U. SL?
10. Who is the U. S. Ambassador
fThe compliments that axe accorded
The Chowan Herald brighten up the
lives of those' who are connected with
it but the dollars that come in are
what keeps it and them living.
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TWO MASSES NEXT SUNDAY
EDENTON CATHOLIC ICHURCH
The Most Holy Sacrifice of the
ass 'will be offered Sunday, Febru
ary, 25. at 9 and 11 A. M.. each in
cluding sermon on "Confession," Holy
Communion, followed by Rosary for
Peace, Sunday School, with confessions
half hour before services in St. Arm's
Catholic Church, Edenton, stated
Father McCourt, pastor, who invites
everybody to all services.
Week-mornings at 7 in Edenton:
Mass, Rosary. v
Jjenten Fridays 7:30 P. M.s Choir
Rehearsal, 8 P. M.; Rosary. Stations
of the (Jross, Benediction, Confessions.
1. How much ground water does
the United States use daily?
2. What is the daily fire toll in
human life in the U. S.?
Herbert N. Nixon
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LIGHT feather, but
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FathSftd contkleration of in
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' 1. An estimated 2S fcillion gallons
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2. iFire kills three Americana and
Injures sixty outers each day, accord
ing to the National Fire Protection
3J The library of Congress, Harv
ard University Library and the New
York Public library. ,
4. 1160,000 persons.
& Assistant Secretary of War. -7.
& Estimate: 46,000,000.
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