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Annual 4-II Banquet 1
Xzt For Tuesday P. M.
-' Announcement was made here today
by County 4-iH Club leader, the an
nual 4-H banquet will be held next
Tuesday evening at Perquimans High
iSchoof in the !form of a banbecue
supper. . ,
County 4-H Club officers and lead
ers will be in charge df arrangements
for the event, and a splendid program
has been arranged for the evening.
' , CIRCLE MEETS
The Mary Ellen Dozier Circle of the
Baptist Church met Monday night
with. Mrs. Z. A. Harris at her home,
with , Mrs. ' Mark Gregory presiding.
The opening hymn, "Jesus Calls Us,"
was sung, followed by a prayer by
Mrs. Lena Gregory. The roll was then.
Called by Mrs. Young Berry, Sr., and
14 members were present. ; ,' ,
' ; The scripture lesson was given by
v Mrs. Lena Gregory and Mrs) Mark
Gregory offered prayer. Go -Quickly
and Tell was the topic of discussion,
those taking part were Miss Mamie
' iStallings and Mrs. Jack Burbage. The
meeting was closed by a prayer by
(Mrs. G. C. Buck after which retfresh
... menta were served to those present. ;,
1
- iBBUKJE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. H.' C. Stokes enterained her
Abridge dub Tuesday evening at her
hxrtne on Front Street. Those praying
were Mesdatnes G. E. Johnson, V. N.
Dardeiyj G. Wr Barbee, C M," TOHi
fcrd, J. T. Biggers, T. L. Jeissup', C. K.
Hohnea and M. R. CaatmbeU. The high
score , prize was awarded 'Mrs. Camp
bell. The hostess A served a ' sweet
; course...,;' .vU
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CUM
Mite. J. R. Futrell entertained her
bridge club Thursday evening-alt her
home on Front Street . Those playing
were Mesdatnes C. A. Davenport C.
R. Holmes, . W. H. Hardcastle, Clyde
tMdCallum, Trim Wilaon, H. A- Whit
ley, S. P. Jessup, and Miss Mae Wood
l Winslow. The high score prize went
to Mrs. Wilson. A gweet course was
served.
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS -
Mrs. Francis Nixon was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday night at
her home. Those playing were Mes
dames Charles Murray, W. E. Drake,
Bennett Stephenson, Edison Harris,
Henry Stokes, Jr., Vivian Mathews,
W. J. Kanoy, Edward Griffin, D. F.
Reed, Jr., Wilson Dillon and Miss Ruth
Elliott.- The high score prize went
'to Mrs. Drake. A sweet course was
served.
BELVH)ERE NEWS
Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Copeland and family were Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas White of Roper and
Mrs. E. H. Cannon of Hertford.
(Mrs. Eunice Kirfey is spending some
time with her daughter, Mrs. V. C.
Dale and family.
Miss Grade Lee Eason of White-
ston spent Tuesday night 'with Chris-,
tine Winslow. ' 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Winslow and
family visitedwTth the T. L. Winslow
familyof Whiteston Sunday P, M.
Mr., and Mrs. J. T. Briggs of High
iPoint spent Sunday with the ' Rev.
Carl Yow and family.
Recent visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Smith were Mr and
Mrs. Rholader of Washington, D. C.
Mrs. A. W. Bray, Mrs. S. R. Jordan
and two children of Elizabeth City,
and Mrs. Barbero of Edenton visited
with Miss Margaret White and sister,
Miss Lucy White, Friday P. M.
Mr. and Mrs,. L. J, Winslow spent
the day on Sunday with their daugh
ter, Mrs. R. M. White and family of
Norfolk, Va. ILittle Miss Sara Lynn
returned home with them for a weeks
visit.;., "'
Mrs. W. T. Smith and Mrs. F. C.
'White were in Elizabeth City Wed
nesday P. M. '
The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Gradeless
of Tyner called on friends in the vil
lage Tuesday. ;.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB MEETS
On Wednesday evening, Miss Lois
Hope Howell was hostess to the Hert
ford Junior Music Club at the home of
her parents, Mr. and . Mrs. W. E.
Howell. The, meeting .was opened with
the Club Hymn, Collect and Pledge,
after which a short business session
was held by the president, Patricia
Biggers, during which it was decided
to give a public hymn program at the
Methodist v Church on Wednesday,
March 14. A rating of 609 rating
points was reported by the rating
chairman, , Sondra Hutehinson, with
more to be gained soon.
An interesting program of Ameri
can Folk Music followed, after which
the hostess served a delicious ice
course:
CIRCLE MEETS. '
i r Circle No. 2, of the Hartford Bap
tist Church met Tuesday night with
Mrs. A. E. Hoffler. Prayer was given
byMrs. Warner Madre, followed by a
leading given by Mrs. J. W. Hampton.
Members nresent were Mesdames J.
W. Hampton, Allen Perry Charles
Johnson, Olivia Hobbs, V. A. Holdren,
Raymond Skinner, E. A. Byrum, Car
rie Spivey, Rosa JHowell, William Elliott,-B.
W. Pennington, Hatltie Spi
vey,' Warner Madre. The meeting
closed with prayer by Mrs. .Penning
ton. The hostess served refreshments
MELODY MAKERS MEET
The Melody Makers Junior Music
Club gavean informal recital at (their
meeting held last Friday at the home
of Miss Kate Blanch ard. Nine mem
bers participated on the program and
several guests were present. Follow-
ang the recital a social meeting was
conducted.
' JflSCS TO MEET,
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of Woodland Church will
meetat the home of Mrs. Ed Mathews
Wednesday, March 14 at 3 P. M.
The legislative program, as it af
fects Perquimans County 'Schools was
discussed at length Refpresentative
C. R. Holmes discussed with the Board
progress being made by the General
Assembly and assured the Board that
he would support legislation in the in
terest of public schools.
IProgress of the building program
was discussed.
The superintendent reported that
$167,000.00 of state funds had been!
spent to date on the Winfall Negro
Union School. He also stated that the
remaining $33,000.00 of state funds
would be exhausted by the April 1
payroll, thus requiring county funds to
meet the May 1 payroll. This was
reported to the County Commissioners
by J. A. White, Mrs. Mable Cook, and
J. T. Biggers.
- A letter from the Hertford High
School PTA asking the Board of Edu
cation to examine the problem of ab
senteeism in the school was read. The
superintendent was authorized to in
vestigate and report at the next meet
ing. . r
INVITATION FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will b received until
2:00 P. M., April 10, 1951, and then
ipuonciy opened for furnishing all la
bor, equipment and materials for per
forming all work for clearing rights-of-way
and excavating and cleaning
out Perquimans County Drainage Dis
trict No. 4 (Burnt Mill Creek), located
.n rerquimans and Chowan Counties.
N. C. Canals to ha immmveA nnii n
structedhave an estimated total lenoth.
of 33,400 feet and work proposed will
involve an estimated 33.6 acres of
clearing and an estimated 30,726 cubic
yar.ds of earth excavation.
Bid Forms, Specifications and other
contract requirements may be obtain
ed at the officfi of Soil firrtisprviilimTi
Service. 204 Kramer Building, Eliza
beth City, N. C. !
Right to reject any and all bids re
served. -I '-
Envelopes containing hidn miuaf ho
sealed, marked and addressed as follows:
Bid for Construction df Perauimans
'County Drainage District No. 4, to be
openea z:uu f. M. April 10, 1951.
W ALU-UK (i. tiDWlAKDS,
Attornev-at-ILaiv.
Mar9-16 Hertford. N. C.
-CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express mv sincer thanks
I to friends and neighbors for the many
Kina caraB, Howers and visits made
me while I was a patient in the Lake
view Hospital.
E. L. HURDLE
CARD OF THANKS
I Wish to express mv sincere thanks
to friends for the cards, flowers, visits
and prayers while I was a patient in
the Albemarle Hospital and at home.
MOLLIS LU YEATES
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to friends for th manv kind
expressions of sympathy, for the cards
and flowers sent and cars loaned dur
ingthe illness and death of our mother,
Mrs. Maude Belle Copeland.
IN MEMORIAM
His smiling way and pleasant face
Are a pleasure to recall
He had a kindiy word for each and
died belovefl by all.
The years may wipe out many things
But this they wipe out never
The memory of those happy days,
iWhen we were all togethsr.
Asleep in Jesus, grandfather dear,
Sleep on and take your rest
We miss you so often
But God knoweth best. '
In loving memory of my grand
father, John R. Chappell, who depart
ed this life March 10, 1946.
MRS. LOUIS WINSLOW
MINUTES (OF (MEETING
! BOARD OF .EDUCATION
The Board of Education met in reg
ular session on Monday, March 5, 19511
at 9:30 A. M. Mrs. Mary G. Brinn
was absent. Chairman J. A. White
presided.
Minutes of last meriting were read
and approved.
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This year, every dollar's worth of
KtfmL CHILEAN NITRATE of SODA
PAYS DIG EXTRA PROFITS!
Mfff 300 lbs. of Chil-
Zl-ss tfff ean Nitrate in-
i." creased yield
V' r l of oati 35-40
rlim bu pM. ,cre
Dollar return: almost 4 to L
Chilean Nitrate -also improve
the feeding quality and the pro
tein content of forage crop.
tffft '( 200 to 300 lbs.
A -oi uiueaa ni
' 1 trate produced
i 9 o , I 0 V V
pounds' nott
lint cotton per acre. Dollas re
. turn: about 10 to 1. You can't
afford not to invest ill natural
oda thit year! ' '
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V, . " 300 lb, of an.
ean Nitrate in-
7 creased yield
of corn about
20. bushels per
i return : almost 4 to I.'
KIKE'S WHYS Nitrogen
content all nitrate nitrogen
... fast-acting . . . completely
available . . the only natural
nitrate in the world, ? t
Sodium content contains
26 sodium (equivalentto35
sodium oxide) . . . sodium is
essential to maximum yields ...
. substitutes forpotassl um, where
lacking,, and make soil phos
phate more available '. , . helps
" ''sweeten" the soil. t
. Other plant foodi-notural
- traces of iodine, manganese,
potassium, magnesium, boron,
v ' calcium, iron, sulphur, copper
J' and zinc, i . ' - j .
Uncle NatcMI taym
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1 n tli bag. It mean
.. natchel soda in free-.
flowin' pellet form, v
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Swift Premium Smoked
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Portion Lb.
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THE BEST BET FOR YOUR PET SWIFTS
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GRAND FOR SUNDAY DINNERS STOKELY'S
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RICH AND RACY EXTRA TASTY .
ECONOMICAL MAIN DISH-VAN CAMP'S
SWIFT BROOKFIELD
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35c
VEAL SHOULDER
CHOPS 79c
nOlST tb 73c
ECONOMICAL
Pork Roast
RIB END LOIN END
Lb- 45c I b 49c
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16-Oz.
Can
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Cans
LIBBY'S CORNED
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p rarm tresn rroduce!
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Dcir Egg EDyc
Ociacsn Soap Powder 32c
GcnlZe Lan Holies t,.: 32c
lEUcSuoy Scap ? 10c
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