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Professional Women's dub will be , WHITE HAT NEWS
hostess to the Eighth District's an- Walker Perry and children of Eliza
nual spring meeting which will be beth City and Mr. and Mrs. Horace
. Jield Sunday in the Virginia Uare Miller and children were dinner
Hotel. guests on Sunday of Mrs. Callie Jack-
.iSome 125 members from the nine' son. "
i'clubs in the district are expected to, C. D. Banks, who has been' on the
be present for the meeting, which be-sick list for the past week, is much
e ns with a social hour from la to l, improved.
o'clock nrecedinir the luncheon. Clubs : (Mr. and Mrs. C. B.. While and family
in the diatridt include Ahoskie, Eden- of Tyner, called to see 'Mr. and Mrs.
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Freeman UmphleKt on 'Sunday. '
(Miss Gladys Umphlett spent Fri
day night with her aunt, Mrs; Ernest
Warren Perry and daughter, Jane, of
Aewpont-News, Vs., spent the week'
end , with Mrs. Perry's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Watson Russell. .
Sir. and Mrs. James W. Eure and
family of Norfolk, Va., and Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert B. Eure, Jr., of -Elizabeth
City were week-end guests of
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Blount
Eure. , ; .
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Harrell
were Saturday nijrht guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Blount Eure and family. I
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman UnipMett
and Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Seth'Umph
lett and Dickie, Mrs. Watt Eure and
Lucy Mae, Mr. arid Mrs. Delwin Eure
and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Eure
and family, Misses Shirley, Mary
Frances' Eure, Mollie Lu Yeates and
Edward Lane went to the Albemarle
Hospital Sunday to see Mrs. Arthur
Lane who is a paltienlt there.
Those visiting in the home of Mis.
Ulric' Caddy this week were Mrs.
George Jordan, Mrs. Asftty Jordan,
Mrs. Quinton Hurdle, Mrs. Daryl
Hurdle, Mrs. Garland Staihngs, Mr.
corning the status of benefits for tar
'Many of the benefits paid by the
federal - government are exempt " by
statute while others may be exempt
only on certain conditions.'' ,
Those veterans, or dependents, who
are in doubt should contact the Dis
trict Service Officers of the North
their County Veteran Service Officer
Carolina ' Veterans Commission, , or
for further" information.
. Is t!a Faints
project is officially known., " '
Dairy advancements ; show ' 2,431
purebred milk cows acquired, 14,341
high "grade" milk cows -acquired, 5,-
209 purebred calves raised, 3y585 barns
renovated, 1501, cows bred to pure
bred bulls, and 603 farmers changed
.the production of grade "A"? milk.
" Among the' beef cattle gains were
1,652 purebred breeding cattle acquir
ed, 5,568 high "grade" cattle acquired,
2 .858 cows bred to purebred bulls and
10,394 calves fed for market and hotae
use. ' 1
A far-reaching shift toward agricul
tural diversification and farm mecha
nization is noted in the annual achieve
ment report of the 25,000 North Caro
linians who are enrolled in the Vet
erans Farther Training Program.
in announcing a summary of the
report, A. L. Teachey, State Supervis
or of , Vocational v Agriculture, who
directs this program, said' that prog
ress has, been made in many areas of
agricultural development, including
land momitfiwil linmavfiwul- nwuhw.
and Mrs. L. A. Sawyer of Elizabeth prestation and homestead
City, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bunch and teautification and alterations,
family, Mr. and Mrs. Claudia ; Mc-' Amon land imnrovemenf. nmWfc,
Clough, Mrs. Carson Jordan.
Miss Louvinia Caddy1 visited Miss
Faye Miller on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whit ICartwright,
Misses Wilma Anne and Louvinia
Caddy went to Elizabeth City on- Sat
, Mrs. Susie Godwin was the guest
of Mrs. George Caddy this week. Mr.
and Mrs. Pennis Godwin, Mr. and
Mrs. - George Baker and . Judy were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Caddy on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Hickman and
son and Mrs. ' Amelia Sawyer were
Sunday guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Mason
Mr. and Mrs. Carl 3 Russell were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cad
dy on Sunday.
'Mrs. Horace Miller and daughter,
Miss Dorothy' Lee Miller, spent Mon
day with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dail,
near Elizabeth City. .-. . :: ' ;f: '
Mrs. WaWt Eure visited Mrs. El
len Parker, and Mrs. Roscoe Stallings,
iwho ai-e patients in the: Alleniarle
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson
were Saturday niarht aiiesta olf her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J), Yeates.
Mrs. J. D. Yeates attended the music
Training School in Greenville on
Tuesday. ..r:-':' :
Mr. and Mrs. Nickie Dunatan and
children of Norfolk, Va.,1 Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Small, Jr.i and daughter,
Connie, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Webb'
and son were last Sunday's guests of
ttheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. P.
White.- . ;-.
Gene Banks of Elizabeth City spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin Eure. . vv'V '
Mr. and Mrs. John Hurdle motored
to Norfolk, Va., Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Eddie Sutton spent the week
end with her daughter in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith visited
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Hollowell Saturday night. '
iPaul Knight and family moved to
Macksburg, Ohio this past week. - -
The Parkville Runtan Club held its
regular monthly melting Tuesday
night at the Perquimans County Cen
tral Grammar School. The Winfall
home demonstration club served din
E. B. Hollowell and Clifton Morgan
visited Mr. Boyce at Tyner Sunday
Mrs. Kenneth Milltr and Mrs. Els-1
berry Whedbee spent Saturday in SvX-
Mr. andMrs. J. F. Hollowell viBited
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Banks of Eliza
beth City, Route 3, Sunday alftemoon.
Mrs. Mae Perry visited Mrs. W. G.
Hollowell Sunday night.
Mr otnd Mrs. Tommae Temple and
children of Elizabeth City were supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hollowell
(Sunday. , ' -vvVv;.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrell and
son, Ronald,; visited Mr. and Mrs. Jfi.
B. Hollowell Sunday afternoon. -
Mrs. J. H. Baker and Mrs. W. G.
Hollowell are on the sick list -' this 1
little Johnnie Martin Temple from
Elizabeth City, Route 3, spent several
days last week with his grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hollowell.
Mrs. William Powell and Mrs. Joe
Susik of Hatboro, Pa., have returned
home after spending some time with
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lane.
The Winfall Home Demonstration
Club had its regular monthly meeting
at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Perry.
. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. NaweH..' Sr.,
spent Sunday in Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bailey olf Eliza
beth City spent Sunday P. M. with her
sister, Mrs. W. G. HollowtD, who has
been sick. J,;.
completed by the veterans registered
in the .program are 15,317,543 feet of
terraces constructed, 153,734 acres of
contour cultivation, 39,326 acres of
strip-cropped; 21,529 acres of meadow
strips established, 6,321 acres of land
reforested, and 21,050 acres of wood
lands thinned. ,
Also included are 8886 acres of
woodland protected from fire and
719 acres where' the selective cutting
of timber has peen practiced. ,
The field of crop -production show
ed significant gains,. also. These in
cluded 146,403 acres of soils tested
for acidity .and fertility, 105,206 acres
of soils timed this past year, 183,898
acres of adapted hybrid com grown,
and a -total of 6,639,326 pounds ' of
adapted certified seeds used.
The report also showed -that 3,141,-
352 square yards of tobacco beds have
been treated to control diseases, that
3,037,485 square yards of tobacco beds
have bean treated to kill weeds, that
166,742 acres of cover crops have been
"turned under,? that 141,221 acres of
legumes have been seeded, and that
64,974 acres of permanent pastures
have been seeded by over 10,000 par
Extensive gains, Teachey said, were
shown in poultry production and ex
pansion. Among these are 1,023,431
purebred pullets raised, 4,401,006 cer
tified baby chicks brooded, 13,501
poultry houses renovated, 834,734 lay
ing hens fed on balanced rations, 28,
767 flocks culled, 15,855 poultry hous
es disinfected and whitewashed, and
1(5,988 acres of green feed provided.
Swine growing was a popular fea
ture, which included 10,524 purebred
breeding hogs acquired, 65,164 feed
ers raised for home use, 15,712 sows
bred to purebred boars, 5A66 farrow
ing houses con8tructed,'49y323 pigs put
on self feeders, 7,443 houses cleaned
for farrowing, and 60,898 hogs vac
cinated against cholera, i, .
Noticeable increases, Teachey stat
ed, also were reported in dairy : and
beef caiOtle enterprises by those per
sons enrolled in the Institutional On-
the-Farm Training Program, as the ,
" MARY TOWE's TO MEET ,
The' Mary-Towe Missionary Circle
of the ' Methodist ' Church will meet
Monday night at' 8 P. M., March 12,
with Mrs. Tom Skipsey at her home on
Church Street. All members are urg
ed to attend. . "'" "' :
"THE KING OF SWINE" '
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MERRY HILL, N, C.
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HERTFORD, N. C.
Vet Cash Benefits
; Exempt From Tcr:r
Certain cash benefits paid to vet
erans, their dependents, or survivors,
during 1950 are. exempt from f '
taxation, the North Carolina V
Commission points out. '.
!Wffch the filing date tar incor t x
returns approaching, the Comt ' '
is receiving numerous inquiries t. .
DID YOU KNOW?'.
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That is why we affiliated our store with -THE SERVICE POOD STORES.1 This organ C
izaltion has a oeotral buying office in Norfolk and is operated exclusively by INDEPEND
ENT GROCERS all over Virginia and the Oarolinas. '
WHY DID WE DO THIS?
1. To enable us to buy at quantity prices which' are in many instances cheaper than most
of our competitors. This makes it possible-ior' you to buy here at prices as low'and lower
than at any other store. j - j -, ' ; "
1 2. We are always alert. for specials, which we frequently obtain from our orgamzatlon
set-up. You benefit by this, and not us, except for the fact that you might buy something
else. 1 - - .v v
3. ' We instruct our personnel to be courteous and fair with our trade. We are here to stay
and we realize that it aH depends on YOU, ' 4 1 ' , - .s , :
This is our answer to the question above. You take no chances on
prices when you trade here . . . Ih matter whether it is groceries,
hardware or dry goods. Our prices are always in line with any com
petition. 1 ' ; - . '
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