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.Editor:
: Entered s cond class matter
November 15, 1334 at Post Office
tt Hertford, .North Carolina, wi
der the Act of Larch, 1879
' SUBSCRIPTION BATES
In Perquimans, Gates, Ckmru
and Pasquotank Counties, per fear,
$1010. , Outside Perquimans, Gates,
Ghewan and Pasquotank Counties,
per Tear, $2.00.
Advertising rates fumished by
request. "
FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1951.
Most Farm Homes
Have Electricity,
One of the neatest social and eco
nomic advances made in this country
during the past fifteen years has been
the rapid electrification of rural
America. It is now estimated that
'more than ninety-five per cent of the
country is covered by rural lines
which carry electricity to 4,900,000 of
the 6,200,000 occupied farms of the
nation.
This is a tremendous stride from
1923 when the first experimental
electric line project was built by the
Northern States (Power Company, in
cooperation with the Farm 'Bureau
Federation and the University of Min
'-nesota The line covered only six
miles, connecting only eighteen farms.
. Progress was rather slow for many
years but the widespread introduc
tion of alternating current, making
possible long-distance transmission,
and the development of the steam tur
bine, reducing the cost of manufactur
ing electricity, were important factors
in the trend upward farm electrifica-
: tion. , -
- The real advance, however, began
in 1935 when an executive order is
sued by (President Franklin D. Roose
velt set up the Rural Electrification
- Administration to finance, through, a
program of government loans, the ex
tension of electric Service to the rural
areas. At that time less than 750,000
American farms were receiving cen
tral station service. ' - : ;.:
' The following, year the agency iwas
made permanent and since that time
has advanced more than a billion dol
lars to borrowers to energize nearly
a million miles of power lines. About
half of the farm families now getting
electric service -are supplied by REA-
finance facilities.
.The IKEA points out that there are
a number of ... unserved farms and
thousands of unelectrified rural non
farm dwellings, cross-roads, business
es, schools, churches and other rural
establishments. Most of them are in
"thinner" areas where sparse popu
lation, typography or economic con
ditions constitute obstacles to immedi-
ate and profitable service. !
We do not have the figures for the
fiscal year that ended last June but,
as of June 80, 1949, the borrowers
from the REA has paid back $203,
000,000, with $19,000,000 being paid
back ahead of time and there was out
standing only $976,000 in overdue pay-
ments.
t The extension service to rural areas
has had important effects upon farm
life and activity. Not only do rural
families enjoy the advantages and con
veniences of electric appliances but
farm work has been facilitated by the
use of power which conserves man
power and makes possible greater and
more economical productivity.
It should be apparent that the in
troduction of electricity to more than
4,000,000 iarm homes, not counting
the other activities served to the rural
a rears, means a tremendous market
for the manufacturers of electrical
devices and appliances. This, in turn,
means business for wholesalers and re
tailers, as well as those who serve the
electrical needs of farm customers.
Here's How Farmers
Are "Overpaid"
"Rather than being over-paid, farm
ers are earning less for their labor,
less for their in vestment,' and less for
. their management ability, than any
other segments of pur economy.
- These- are the words of Charles F.
Brannan, Secretary of Agriculture,
who takes the position that it would
be unfair to freeze farm prices below
the parity level or to take the parity
provisions from the Defense Produc
tion Act. -si
The Secretary, submitting figures
.to the House Agricultural Committte,
' showed that the , farmer last year
; got an average of sixty-nine cents an
hour for his labor, five per cent of
his interest and. nothing for manage
, ment , He pointed out that sixty-nine
cents was leas than the minimum wage
for most types of non-farm Jabor, that
the five, per cent, Interest on Invest-
MAmf urns liia aa 4-lt4wJ 1V.h Aa
VOD W1CM1 VUO-UUIU, U1Q
received by corporations on capita in
cJvti ty luLit. i fl-i i -s l,o
rex resent one of C i LV-.t . $ li
groups in the country. .
Further supporting ids statement,
Mr Brannan presented figures to the
Committee showing that the. pay of
farm workers declined annually from
ninety-four cents an hour in 1947 "to
aixtv-mne cents last year. In the
same time the pay of manufacturing
workers rose from . one dollar ana
twenty-four cents to one dollar and
forty-six with comparable increases
for construction and retail trade work
ers.
Closing Exercises v
For Training School
rVmnmATuwmMit. exercises for Per-
suimana Training School at WinfaH
have been announcecd as loiiowa oy
R. (L. Kingsbury,' principal of the
school.
The exercises started May 10 with
an operetta presented by the first
and second trades. Other classes will
present operettas In connection with
the commencement. i
- iRev E. Everett Lewis, pastor of the
Holv Trinity Church of Elizabeth
City will deliver the baccalaureate ser
mon on Sunday afternoon at 3 o clock,
May 27. On Wednesday night, May
an. at. fliirht o'clock the graduation
exercises will be conducted by the
members of the graduating class who
arranged and prepared the program.
BRIDGE CLUB MEETS
Mrs. H. A. Whitley was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday night at
her home on Church Street Those
playing were Mesdames W H. Pitt,
Trim Wilson, & IP. Jessup, W. H.
Hardcastle, J. H. Newboio, . u. a.
Davenport Jack Brinn, and the host
ess. The high score prize went to
Mrs. Brinn. A sweet course wis
served.
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day ct 1 cr ,
be plea. J in I t
All persons fcu ' 1
will please tnsLa i
.This 7th day of J
ELLS I v
Executrix of I
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NOTICC c? a: jn
Having quallTI 1 t j ' Ltrator
of the estate of ZliX HJ.. 9 Tynch,
eceased,. late of ITer: "-liners County,
NorUh CaroKna, Cia Is to notify all
persona having claims --' st the
estate of said deceased ev it them
;re, N. C,
t April,
"2d in
,rs in
to the uiktersUped st C v !
on or tcfore the ZA :
1952 or it-is notice U ' ) 1
bar of their recovery. 1 1
debted to said est '.a wi.l y.
immediate payment.
This 3rd day of April, &C31. '
c f. ty::h,
- Administrator of 'Krs. Olattie Tynch
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f ntue
Classified end Legds
FOR SALE FIVE ROOM HOUSE
modern, unfinished attic, in desirable
location. Lot 90 x 156 feet See
W. Ii Sumner, Hertford, N. C, or
phone 4006 after 5:30 P. M. may25
FOR AILE-7H 'AJCORiBS OF 5LAND.
One and a quarter miles south 4f
Hertford on Edertton Highway. Can
' give clear title. Mrs. A. B. Keen,
7611 Gloucester Ave. Norfolk 5, Va.J
. Phone 84349 . apiSO-mayllpd,
NOTICE! OF ADiUNI-l-lATION
Having qualified as iAiminktrato
nf ihtt Atttate of Mrs. Joyce IB. HarreH,
rWiuuwd. lata of Perauimans County,
North Carolina, this is o notify ell
persons having claims against the
Ant jiita of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Hertford, N. W
on or before the at& oay ox Apm,
1952. or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of 'their recovery. . All persons in
debted to said estate will please make
immediate payment . ; (
This 18th day of April, 1951.
CM.HARTvnLL.ffR.,
, Administrator of
Mrs. Joyce B. HsjrrelL
apr27ay44a,18,254unei
FOR RENT ROOM WITH BOARD
Apply Mrs. J. C. Moore, Hertford,
iN. C, phone 8356. ; may4.ll
M1ALE HELP WANTED TWO im
mediate openings for reliable men
to call on armers. Wonderful op
portunity. $15 to $20 in a day. No
experience required. Permanent.
: Write today, McNeas Company, De
partment C, Candler OBldg., Balti
more 2, Md. mayl8,25p
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
... Having qualified as Administratrix
of the estate of Mathew Henry El
liott, deceased, late-of Perquimans
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at her home on or before the 30th
day of April, 1952, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment. ,
This 24th day of April, 1951. ,
CATHERINE W.' ELLIOTT
Administratrix of Mathew Henry
- , . Elliott
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Ephriam Forehand, de
ceased late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons.! having claims against the
NOTICE OF BALE ;
Under end by virtue of iui;order
of the iSimerior . Court of Perquimans
County, made in the special proceed
inir entitled J. F. Hollowell et als
asainst T. L. Dessup et als, the under
signed eontmiesioner will on the 26th
day of May, 1951. at 11:30 A. M., at
(the Court House door in Hertford
Perauimans County, iN. C, offer for
sale to the highest bidder lor casn
that certain tract of land lying and toe
ins: in Parkville Township, Perquimans
County, N. C, and more particularly
described as follows: i . :
Beta in Parkville Township, and be
ginning at the 'Thos. Jones (nowC. J.
Umphlett line) in the own of Winfall
on the road running from WinfaH to
Hertford. Umphlett's southeast corner
and running north 85 4 degrees west
3?4 chains to s Stake m the IN. 01 es.
RK. right-of-way, thence along said
right-of-way south "20 degrees west 1
chain, thenSe south 83 chains east
L: at - . ..i'l . v
try Ir 1 s Coir ty, N. C
A ca-h t - t as rer-ured ty I
will be requ".;i of the ejxzzzti
der.
- Dated and r li this ZZJh day C
April, 1S51.
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Jewelers Hertford, N. d
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GOODYEAR and
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:TLTJCS&nd TUDES .
"Let Us Service Your Car
Today."
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SALE
. ? Up To 50 Off
- W. M. DIVERS & SON
Jewelers Hertford, N. C
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Resiles liighte.
When lddnay tonetton dam down, many
folks complain ol nagging backache, haadr
ebea, dizzineai and loaa of pep and anorffy.
Don't auffer rettleia nights with then oi .
eomforta if reduced kidney function i get-
ting you down due to auch common eauees
' as ctroa and atrain. over-exertion or e-
poaur to cold. Minor bladder irrltationa
- dae to eold, dampoeaa or wrong diet may.
eauae getting up nights or frequent passage,
- Don't neglect your kidneya if these eondW
. tiona bother you. Try Doan'a Pills a mild
diuretic. Uaed suceenfully by millions for
over 60 years. While often otherwise caused,
it's amazing how many times Doan'a giro
happy, relief from these discomforts help
the 15 miles of kidney tubes and Alters
flush out waste. Get Doan'a Fills today!
Domrs Pillo
SALE OF VJLIOE 1211 ESTATE
Pursuant to an ordet of resale oi real estate for division enter
ed in the Special Proceeding Mrs. JT. (Mary Russell) Godfrey x
,, et als. vs. George Godfrey et als., May 5th, 1951, by Hob. W.H. "
Pftt, Clerk Superior Court, the undersigned commissioner will on
Saturday, May 26th,, 1951, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Court
i House door in- Hertford, offer for sale at public auction, to the '
highest bidder for cash, the following described tracts of land
lymg'and'befag.m'New state,
to" wit: 1 ' l '
Tract No.: Located in New Hope Township, Perquimans County,
bounded on the North by H. C. Godfrey lands, East bthe lands of H. C.
Godfrey, West by lands of Chas. Creekmore formerly T. R. Harris, and
on the South by Deep Creek, same containing six acres more or less, and
' being" the same land conveyed to 'J. T. Godfrey by R. C. Lowry and wife
recorded in Deed Book 16 page 492 Perquimans County Registry. , .
' ' VALUABLE BUILDING SITES
.'. .. ..-. ..
Tract No. 2: Located in-New Hope Township said county and state
'BEGINNING at the northeast corner of Cale White's land on the old
stage road running through Wooiville, and running along the said Old -'Stage
Road N. 41 degrees, E. 219 fet to the edge of the New Hope Road,
thence along the New Hope Road S. 24 degrees, 30 feet, E. 572 feet to
; a small ditch, thence along this ditch in a souleasterly direction 1-1 -feet
to a stake, thence at ritrht angles to said small ditch 10 feet more
or less to the line of Cale Whit, thence along the said Cale White l ie
to th? olace of iBEGINNING, containirr 2 acres more or less, beu t
' Tract No. 1, of th Alonza Godfr'y Tf s ; ition, and being the same If" J
conveved to John T. Godfrey by V. li. Oakey, Jp, and Chas. E. J0...1-
". 'son, Commissioners, by deed recorded in 'Cook 31 page 406, Perquimans
County Registry. -.
'A deposit of ten per cent of the amount bid will be required of tl.e
- successful bidder immediately folio- 'ig the sale, ,
:. (Dated and poSrted this May 6lh, l.l. ; ' j
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