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PHONE 3461 HERTFORD, K C.
Mr. and Mrs. Selby Stoke and sons
Stokie and Michael oif Raleigh, N.- C.
visited Mrs, J. W. Newell, for the
week-end. . " . ! " -
Miss Hattie Pearl Novell elf Nor
folk, Va., spent the week-end' with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell,
Sr. . : " ' v:
Mr. and. Mrs, R. M. Munden and
daughter of Suffolk, Va., spenlt Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nowell,
(Mrs. Jimmie Earnhardt and Mrs.
IW. G. Hollowell spent Sunday in Nor
folk, Va., with their sister, Mrs. J. W.
iTJyrum. While there they vdsited Mrs.
.Talmage M.iller, y who is very" IM in
Norfolk General Hospital. ; '
(Miss Polly Baker and Mrs. Bill Cox
entertained Saturday night in honor
of Misses Annie and Eliza White's
birthday alt the home of the honoreea.
The guests assembled in a group and
surprised them with many gifts. . Af
ter the gifts were opened everyone
was Invited in the dining room, where
a beautiful birthday cake was cut and
served with ice cream and mints. The
guests were iMesdames Mollie Barber,
J. H. Baker, Charlie Lane, Cook
IChalk, Leslie Gregory, Tass White,
A. R. Winslow, E. B. Daughtrey, Bill
If you are interested in taking part in the
ARTIFICIAL DAIRY BREEDING PRO
GRAM, contact one of the following men be-'
for March 8, 1951. '
J. J. SKINNER
OR APPLY AT
County Agenfs Office In Hertford
Our new Suits and Toppers are Easter win
ners. Select yours today for the Easter parade
SUITS . . .
The perfect selection for Eas
ter and Spring. We have them
in Gabardine, Worsted, Tweed
and Rayon. Priced from
$1155 to $HS5
TOPPERS . . .
r Are the big news for the com
ing season. Come in and see our
lovely numbers today. At low
prices from .
$9.55 to $2155 S i
We also have a complete line
of accessories for your Spring
wardrobe. " f
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"BLANCHARD'S" SINCE 183a- ' y'
v HERTFORD, N. C. "'
Junior lzzz Vlzy At- .
Chowan High, Friday
The Junior Class of IChowan High
School will present a three-act com
edy, The Groom Said No," in the
Chowan High School auditorium Fri
day night at o'clock. The jlay was
written by Ruth and Nathan Hale and
will be. presented under-the direction
of Miss Louise Wilson. ,
HERTFORD PTA TO MEET :
The Parent-Teacherg Association of
the Hertford Grammar School will
meet JiexJt Tuesday night, March 8,
in the school auditorium at eight
o'clock. 1 , The . Burgess ; community,
with Mrs. ' Joeiah Proctor . as chair
man, will have charge of the program
which will be entitled "A Sound Mind."
Mrs. Seth Long, Sr., entertained at
a miscellaneous shower at her 'home
on February 9, honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Elwood Long of Richmond, Va. The
home was decorated with potted plants
and mixed flowers. Thirty-two guests
attended and enjoyed games and con-
ttsts during the evening. The hos
tess served ice cream, cake and candy,
The honorees received a large number
Polly Baker. Mrs., Sam Hill and Mrs.
Vernon Taylor, nieces of the twin
sifters, were also present for the sur
prise party. '' ":.
Mrs. Ruth Perry of Hertford spent
Sunday P, M. with Misses Annie and
Eliza White and presented them with
a lovely birthday cake.
Mrs. D. R. Trueblood spent several
days with her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Fadio, in West Hazelton, Pa.
Mrs. L. C. Godwin, who nas been
critically ill, is still very aide. '
Miss Dona White, who has been ck
is able to be out again. - 7 , '
H. B. Miller of Cherry Point visited
his wife and parents this week-end. 1
Mrs. Philip Sawyer of South Norfolk,
Va., visited her sister, Mrs. J. B. Mil
Isaac C. Harris, executive secretary
of N. C. Yearly Meeting of Friends,
and the Rev. and Mrs. Howard Yolw
of Guilford College, attended Quarter
ly Meeting alt Piney Woods Saturday
and Sunday and visited friends and
relatives. r: --."'f-.--
Mrs. L. J. WinsloW was one of four
from'the county who attended 4' music
appreciation school at EKulC, Green
ville, Tuesday. The purpose of this
course, conducted by Dr. R. R.- Wil
man of the college, is to train com
munity leaders for music appreciation
programs in connection with the home
demonstration work in the counties. '
, Mr. and Mrs. Otho ' Winslow 'and
son visited the Louis I. Winslow fam
ily Sunday evening. -
Sylvia Wrae Copeland visited Mar
garet Ann Sutton of Hertford Thurs
day. " VV:
Miss Carolyn- Hurdle, student at
Guilford College, spent the week-end
at her home here.
Mrs. Louis Winslow and daughter
Lois Violet, Aria Winslow, Ann White,
Beverly Lane and Doris Phthisic at
tended a Girl Scout party at New
Hope Thursday evening. ' y
Mrs. Lunnie Byrum of &denton ana
daughter, Mrs. John Mercer of Char
lotte Court; House, Va., were Sunday
visitors with die T. C. Perry family.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Julian Chappelt of
Norfolk' sDent the week-end ait their
home here and visited relatives, and
friends in the county. - - -
NEW HOPE NEWS
; Mosa .Elizabeth Deans of Norfolk,
Va.. snent the week-end with ner
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. S. T. Perry. , ! : '
Billie Jones and J. W. Hughes have
returned to New Port, R. I., after
spending a fe(w days with their par
ents and relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoyle Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Guy
E. A. Goodman, who is a patient
in .the Albemarle Hospital, Elizabeth
City, is slowly improving. - 4
' ,W. E. Dail has returned home from
a trip to Washington, D. C, where
be visited his children, Mr. and Mrs.
Austin Dail, Mr. and Mrs. itermix
Barclift and Miss Celia Dail.
Gerald. Perry and Maltt Spivey,; Jr.,
have returned to Indiana after spend-
in gthe week-end with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. . rerry ana jnaw
Roivev. Sr..-. . . ' ' 1: '
Misses Celia Dail, Billie Dail, "and
IPalty Barclift of Washington, D. C.
iwere the week-end guests or tneir
varcnts aitd irrandparents. Mr.- and
Mrs. W. E. Dail.
In the presence of a few relatives
ana I ri turns at to iu'cuivuioit wovn
age, (Winfall, Sunday P. M., at 2:30
o'clock, Miss Gloria Lucile Winslow,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "W. A. Wins
low, became the bride of Roy .Ward of
Winfall. The Rev. J. C. Chaffin offi
ciated, using the beautiful ring cere
mony. 1 .
Miss Earleen Chappell and Jake
White of Hertford were their only
The bride was attired in a navy
going-away suit , with, white acces
sories and her corsage was American
Beauty rose buds and maiden hair
fern.. Miss Chappell wore a suit of
peach gabardine with black acces
sories. .1 ' .
Mr. Ward holds a posfficoLajfc tb
Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va, .
After a short wedding tour taey
are residing in Belvidere.
Evcryil:: Ya'ii Tu .
Field And Gardsn
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of the neighborhoodselect the seed from our
new complete stock.
- GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED
FARM AND GARDEN TOOLS .
SEED POTATOES MAY PEAS OATS
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J. C. BLAftCIIARD & CO., IKC.
"BLANCHARD'S SINCE 1832 r
FOR SALE. I
"THE KING OF SWINE"
PIGS BOARS GILTS
Member OIC Swine Breeders
Association 85 Years '
Selby R. Minton
MERRY HILL, N. CT
! NOTICE OF SALE
; To help settle the estate of Octavious C. Long, Sr., late of
Perquimans County, North Carolina, the following farm equip
ment will be offered for sale at public auction a the home place
located two miles south of Bethel, March 15, i9SI at 10 o'clock
Cole Corn Planter
Cart and Wheels
' Fertilizer Distributor. . :
Soybean Planter -Hoes,
Forks, Rakes, Hooks, Peanut Hay and
Many Other Items For Farm Use. , -
; TERMS OF SALE CASH. . ; f ;
The Right To Rejed Any Bid Is Reserved "
Releigh V. Long, Atoistrater
' " WILLIAM SAiWYER 7
iFuneral services for William P. B.
6awver who died at his home at Vir
ginia Beach, Va on Thursday, were
held at Anderson Metiiodist Church
in this county. Saturday afternoon
with the ,, pastor, the IRev. R. M.
Gradeless. - officiatmnt. Burial wasi
made in the family plot at New Hope.
The Church Choir sang "Sometime
(Pallbearers were Jones Kelley, An
demon Layden, Joe Layden, Joseph
Eogerson and Wayland Howell. .
Guests at tflie home of Mr. an! ,Mrs.
Seth Long, Sr., on Sunday were Mr.
and Mrs. Cyril Winslow and son, lit.
and Mrs. Claude Long and family, r.
and Mrs. Freeman Long and family
and Mr. and rMs. Irving 'Lonj ani
An Open7 Letter To Tractor Farmers
First, we very sincerely say that we greally appreciate the privilege of serving you with
your requirements of gasoline, kerosene, motor' oils and greases as you find need for these
items, and in appreciation of tfcis privilege, we have set up for your convenience systems that
we feel are a definite help m obtaining your five cents per gallon refund for'gasolineused in
non-highway equipment. . However, there are strict requirements relative to this particular
privilege that we feel we should disaiss with you, and please understand that we are truly in- .
terested in your welfare sVell as our own in making the following statement: ,
' The North Carolina Department of Revenue definitely states, "Delivery tickets or in
voices must carry a statement made by the seller THAT THE TAX REFUND WILL BE
REQUESTED. THEY MUST BE MARKED PAID BY THE SELLER and MUST NOT
SHOW ANY ALTERATIONS ORS ERASURES." '
A small percentage of you gentlemen from time to time become leUnquent in the pay
ment of the dehveries of these petroleum products, and we are sure that H has never crossed
your mind that we are not oniy .sellew of these products, but have automatically and without
choice become tax collectors for ht State and Federal Governments and that these taxes must
be remitted for without faU, and to properly comply with these requirements WE MUST
COLLECT FOR DELIVERING within, a very reasonable length of 'time.
We ask that you. bft careful in determining those amounts used in non-highway equip-
; ment, and bear in niind that we are always anxious to serve you in any manner possible, but
in order to serve you best, we must have your cooperation in these matters.
, We are about at the starting point of another crop year, and may we say that we wish
- for vou the best of weather conditions for the economical crop and prices satisfactory to all.
Wihsbw Oil Co.
" HEUTTC D, N.
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Very Sincerely yours, ; v
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; Reed Oil Co.
HETvTrORD, N. C
Vilrrffcrd Oil Co.
II- -JITCD, N. C,
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