iJ-3. I. CL .Y. el LJ ; e . c i&!
tani lira. II. C S."' v ' ry,
five her report. L.. j I. i an
nounced ihe Zone Meetii-y wui i.e he! J
at the Anuerson Church, Wednesday,
September 19, and the District Home
Coming; at the Hertford Methodist
. r,nureh. Fridav. Serrtember 21. Christ-
The 1952 legielilture passed a law. mas Cardg were aold to replenish the
whereby farm people themselves may J treasury amf money collected to, help
help support the Agricultural x ??rchf c0the ijhe orphan1 the circle s apon-
program iiimncitttij ujr tumfuiuuug .soring.
five cents per ton on all feed and
fertilizer purchased. This play is
enlld "Nickels For Know How. i A
referendum will be held on November
3 giving all people who use feed and
: fertilizer in North .Carolina an oppor
tunity to vote for or against this plan.
. A county-wide meeting on "Nickels
For Know How" was held at the Agri
cultural Building in Hertford Friday
night, September 7 with T. B.' Elliott
of Woodland, N. C explaining; to the
group how research is being carried
on in North Carolina. He explained
that research at the, present time is
being supported by Federal funds,
State funds and private contributions,
but these are not sufficient to meet
the needs. and carry, on the. agricul
tural research program at the pace re
quired to meet the needs. Therefore
the "Nickels For Know How" plan
has been suggested as a plan through
which farmers themselves can have a
part in the research program. It is
estimated that the contribution from
After ' the benediction, the hostess
prepared delicious refreshments serv
ed buffet- style which were . enjoyed
during the social hour. Members pres
sent in addition to those already men
tioned were: Mesdamea Charles
?ayne, R. S. Monds, Jr., Walter Ed
wards, Eldori Winslow, Jim Bob
White, Martin Towe, Marshall Owens,
Tom Skipsey, Lawrence' Towe, Ben
Thach, Jessie Lee Harris, Edgar
Fields, W. E. Drake, Robert Hollowell,
Tommy Mathews, and Mias Dorcas
Knowles. Miss Fields 'will be hos
tess to the October meeting at her
home on Grubb Street.
' The Blanche MeeHns: Circle f An
derson Church met Friday night, Sep
tember 7, at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Rogerson. ,. , ,
T The; president, Mrs. Hazel Mathews,
called the meeting to order with the
singing of "Fairest Lord Jesus." Ihe
each person will be small but when dues . iieei Reports from various
totaled up will amount to approxi
mately $150,000 annually. . Mr. Elliott
explained that this 'will in no way
provide for any reduction In funds
from Federal and State sources, yet
the increase will make 'it possible to
carry out a much better research
Jaycees To Erect
Members of the Hertford Junior
Chamber of Commerce have approved
a project which should prove to be
quite an advertisement for this com
munity and at the same time provide
a much needed convenience to tourists.
The Jaycees plan to erect a number
of picnic tables, on U. S. Highway
17, near the intersection of the old
highway, about two miles north of
Hertford. The project was approved
at a meeting of the group on Wed
nesday of last week and Henry C.
Stokes, Jr., was named as chairman
in charge of the project.
The tables will be for use of the
public desiring to use JJiem for pic
nic lunches. They wilrbe located on
county property with approval of the
County Commissioners. . ,
dent, - Miss Nellie Fields, presiding.
officers were heard,
Plans for the zone meetings to be
held at the Anderson Church Septem
ber 19, were made.
The devotional for the evening was
given by Mrs. Hazel Mathews and
Mrs. Elliott Lavden'had charge of
the program. Those taking part on
the program were Mrs. Preston Nixon,
Mrs. Noah Felton, Jr., Mra. John
Newby Winslow and Mrs. Alphonso
Goodwin. , Hymns used during the
program were "Take My Life and Let
It Be" and "Sweet Hour of Prayer."
Those present were: Mrs. Hazel
Mathews, Elliott .Layden, Preston
Nixon, Elwood Perry, Wayland How
ell, John N. Winslow, Alphonso Good-
kwin, Joseph Kogerson, Arcnie iua-
dick, Louis Howell and Noah Felton,
The dl.. t s
white linen -i r
rangement of w! a -j
with, lighted yello can i . .....r
Enjoying the evening wers "r.'and
Mrs. Jack Symons, honoreo 2 and
Mrs. Walter Symons aT)d c ' rs,
Betty and Jackie, and Mr. aw Urs.
Leroy Nixon of Chapanoke, f Tev.
and Mrs. Carl Yow and e&i , -t,
Butch and Johnny, Mr: ard 'i.s. 'N.
W. Chappell, Mr. m4.LH Falph
White" of r Belvidere, .Kr. a;. J Tlrs.
Cecil Garret V Mr, . and Lira. Libert
L. Rollins of Elizabeth City, Rev. and
Mrs. CL " F, Craffin and dav'-ter,
Anne, of.Wihfall and Zlr and, Ir
Hilton White of Hertford. ' -
, . LIBRARY NEWS- , ..
; --h w . , ; ,
Circulation of books I by the Per
niiimnna Lihrarv and ihe . boolcmnhile
continued at a high' rate during sthe
months' of July and August, accord
ing to a report released this week by
the Library Board.. Total circulation
during the two months was 4,388..
New books received in the library
this week includes Childbirth Without
Fear, Read; Common Sense Book of
Baby and Child Care, Speck; Birth
dav Parties for Boys and Girls. Ells
worth; Proud Nw" Flags, Mason;
The Picture Window, Lawrence; llop-
alongt2assidyi and the Rustlers of
West Fork, Burns. 1 s
Mrs. Silas M. Whedbee, Librarian,
announced the library is now back
on its wintertime schedule, being
open five days each week, and closed
I Tie purpose of. ITatiQnaiJBua' iebsj 'iliis.
Women's .roek is t? drameft-' Vo-, Jationr
.f .. . .. i, . I hittnff
men s,r con jr-ution ta. the .ec.,
social Ad political,, life of the com
munity., Th'J te e fr rUonal
Buain. a Wo...en's "eek t' is y. .r Is
"Full Partnership for the Job Ahead."
f National. Business, .Women's Week
has. become , nai itwide institution.
It iff "observed each fall and offers an
opportunity to clubs,- in launching
theip year's, work -for the; new club
year, to relate it, to the community
and arouse public-interest in' f edera
tion objectives. .
' The idea for National Business Wo
men's Week, was conceived by Miss
Emma Dot 'Partridge Executive Di
rector of ' The National 7 Federation
l 7 .nL
t. .o L. . . r.tad 'n . 1 1 f. j
' - cf 1' i ' '""1 Tc '
i t t t servance was held
twen y-f ourlh anniversary of
' I sin -8 '"o- fa Wc is
being celebrated by .The Nation! Fed
eration of EuajMtis and Pruiiioiial
. J mer..Lers.
Vhenevr yzi I t r com
pla' r'ng elout "t v mu-. i work," the
chhaccs are that L'j'coi-Iuint is reaL.
ly "to little loafing."
j Buy-if - f r c i ia a good way to
keep your debts paitT
I ENTERTAINS AT DINNER
Mr. and. Mrs. John H. Symons, Sr.,
entertained at a buffet dinner Sunday
evening at their home in Chapanoke,
honoring their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Symons. who
were recently married.
The lower floor was decorated with
arrangements of mixed fall flowers.
' CIRCLE MEETS
The Mary Towe Circle of the Hert
ford Methodist Church held its regu
lar monthly meeting with Mrs. James
E. Newby, at.her.,home on. Church I nnr germ. M Ypu 40e back from any
Street Monday night, -with the prea drujrgist if iot " pleased 'IN ONE
KILL ATHLETES FOOT.
,.: "T-4-L Best Seller"
Says S and M ..
HERE'S THE REASON. The germ
erows deeply. You must REACH it
to KILL it. T-4-L. containing 90 per
cent alcohol, PENETRATES. Reaches
.nil nmri i m
HOUR. S & M.
Dr. Douglas McQueen
Will bfc Located In His. Offices Above the
Hertford Banking Company on:
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS
Office Hours: 6:30 P. M. Until 8:30 P. M.
ill i - av v v M m
A brilliant, long wearing,
rot preventive flniih for
home or industrial use. ;
"TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE'
PIION23461 :".V..' ' . ' , HERTFORD, N. C. '
Helps U i to
Your prompt payment helps;
keep down our collection costs. ,
It also lets u pav 15 to 2596
Federal tax and long distance
- charges prompdy out of receipts ,
instead , of reserves. You profit .
ditecdy from this for coopera
tion helps us keep service values
. biah and costs low.
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