ATTEND DISTRICT :.ZTINa
s The 8th District of lis North Caro
lina Federation of Budness and Pro
fessional Women's Clubs met at the
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Kilma Country Club in Tarloro, lost
SuncL for its fall meeting tm
cluis represented. - x :; .
Thoo representing t&a Perimans
BPW Club were: Mrs. Lawrence Towe
District Director; Mrs. 3. II. CssKy,'
Acting Secretary-treasurer; Kiss Hul
da Wood,: dub President, who gave
the response to the welcome; Mrs.
R. M. Riddick, Jr.; International Re
lations Contact Chairman,, who con
ducted one of the workshops; Mrs. E.
M. Perry, Mrs, C. F. Sumner, and Miss
Nell Wilson. Leslie Perry accompan
ied them to Tarboro.- - i
The United Society of Friends Wo
men of Up-River Friends Church met
Saturday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. Luther ; Winslow with Mrs. R.
K. w oite ; as co-nosteas. "We've a
Story to Tell to the' Natiofas" was
used as the opening song. . Mrs.. Elmer
Ray Winslow' conducted the devotion-
al with- Mrs; Arba Winslow assisting.
Mrs. Elizabeth White offered prayer.
Minutes of (he last ' meeting were
read and approved. Members an
swered to their name at roll call by
calling the name of a missionary now
in the field.
Fifty-two visits o She sick were
made, 461 chapters of the Bible were
read and several donations of flowers I
made during the past month.
Mrs. Charlie White gave the lesson
in a most, interesting manner, using
maps and fsupplem'entary material as
aids in her explanations.
Nineteen members and one visitor
were present. Delicious refreshments
4 V '
Makafhe sensible '
dqareffe mildness -tesfc-
(not-jusf-fl puff or a sniff).
Mate your own 80-day
Keep Up To 700 lbs.
Of Food Safely Stored
in a Freezer You
can Trust,. .
night at t i iiue . .. - . ., .
night wl ! ' I - 1
Wakon L' it ho:
f Th me.-;ar was; ' '
uig nymn, rAU liau t.e i :
Jesus', wa'nes,- joliowea i -ts
from the. 63rd Fsalm and r . r by
the new. pr-' iit, r'-.. r - Lay
den, St. . lie new w... was
repeated ia unison. . . .
J Minutes were read &li r 'l cJled,
with two new mesVbers a i Z i orts
from the community missies kder
was hoard and jhe Quarterly r"ort
as was read by . the new . v jxf,
Mrs. Joe Ayscue, Jr. s . ft " '
The programleader, Mrs. T.'instoin
Lane-gave a. very interest: pro
gram on "Preparation , for the Pur
pose 'of (Hi'.iAVt-Vfil
Mrs. .Walton Lane gave De-' '.ional
Thoughts on Matthew' 13$' 3-9 .and
18-23. Quartet,' "Drifting Too Far
From the Shore," by Mrs, Irvin. Whed
bee, Mrs. Sidney Layden, Mrs. Harold
Shean and Mrs; . Sidney . Copeland.;
Several: ' readings on' Gie subject
were given by members.' The projrram
closed with hynin, "The Evening Pray
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. M, R. Campbell entertained
her bridge club Tuesday night at her
nome on vnurcn iscreet. a nose pres
ent were Mesdames W. J. Kanoy, Jr.,
H. C. Stokes T. L. Jessup, C M.
Williford, G. W. Barbee, C. R. Holmes,
J. T. Biggers and Miss Hary Sum
ner. The high score 3rize went to
Mrs. Williford. - Refreshments -were
sered by the hostess. ' ',' "
1 t'-ef rii r -
and Toiiiiuie liuwtowd,
c: . . i
treasurer.. ,- . - .
During C.e business jaeeL. r pi; is
were made for s K&Uoween party
to be held tWeinesday, October 81.
After the in iness e '-n, "r. Tal
was master of ceremoiU for a nuui'
ber of stunts and, contests,, after
which the hwttees served r a, sweet
Course and kt i .drinks. , .-,'
TRY A WErSLT CLARIFIED AD I T VilL. Xwk...J 1TV U t c---y ji 1 - '
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During the . remainder ; o
1 95 1 I will not observe office
rhours on Wednesdays. .
A. B. BONNER, DDS
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RESIDENTS OF HERTFORD
' The Hertford Junior Chamber of Commerce will pick ;
' up scrap paper every first Sunday of each month. ; - , .
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, Please help our paper drive "by placing your old news, -
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papers, magazines and other scrap paper jon your, front
porch this coming Sunday afternoon. -
; . YOUR COOPERATION WILL BE APPRECIATED!
The Hertf oi:id Junior,;:
GhambeF Of Commerce
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froi storK jon eaa trattl '
BlWrinator 1 the oolr fnsoer Handy forg batkatal
baekad by 37 years of expert .
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betrl rtrfriccmtfcra for die
kmaa. YoVb sare of deperul- AutomoMc Interior UflMI
aUUty...atMl yoaVa sore of :
tetra vahw la faaMNs'llko A tj U whh ImU
Ssporole fM-fiMxlng mo lawo dapendublo fold.
Hon, extra coUs on bottoml - of Cold-Molttrl - , ,
M tM lor Miiwy It ytw kHehw
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Ueattora nbXot to ctwut tHUMOt
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URDAY. VOTES WILL WIN THE BIG PRIZES AND VICTORY OR DEFEAT IS ONLY
THE DIFFERENCE OF A FEW SUBSCRIPTIONS. .
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Now is the time for each worker to get real results in canvassing for subscriptions. The-'
preliminaries of this contest are over and the home stretch has been reached. The active
-workers remaining in the race are out to win and that means every participant must obtain
good results. if she expects to be among the big winners on November 17. Time is flying
and only a few hours remain before the votes will drop- again, c Take advantage
opportunity to. win a big prize and work; to ward that goal. S Success comes
work for it. ,j:
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