:iY.fcrr" r.c tryvr, November t,mi.
- V A v
Helpless veterans who may fee en
titled to the new increased pension
rate of per month when they
need the regular aid and attendance of
t anoiher person will .have to apply by
'letter to receive it, Veterans Admini
stration'' said. ' ..."
There will be no automatic review
of cases now on the pension rolls to
determine whether they qualify for
the increase from the present rates
of $80 and 72 per month, VA said.
The new rate results from Public
Law 149, 82nd Congress, and becomes
effective November 1, 1951," for claims
filed prior to that date. Where .claim
is filed after that date; the award
becomes effective as of the date of
Pension is payable to war veterans,
subject to certain limitations, who
become permanently and totally dis
abled from .causes not due to service.
. The basic rate is $60, which is increas
ed to $72 after ten years of con
tinuous receipt or when the veteran
res-Lea t0e C3, '
The new $f20 rate is not applicable
during periods when .the. . veteran Is
being hospitalized or furnished tomi
caryarety VA"V' ,. .; ,V"f '
The Whiteston Home Demonstration
Club will sponsor sv variety show fea
tUrtag- local talent Friday nigmV No
vember 9, at 9:00 P. 11, t the Whiter
too. Community .House, y There wili
be no admission charge, but a free
will offering will, be taken at the door
to help equip the Community House.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend. ,;.iN3- 9Vr'H':-i'.- vi;;.
- CLASS MEETS - ,
The Willing Workers Class of New
Hope Methodist Church met at the
nome oi Jean ana Ann stalling on
Wednesday night, October 24, with
12 members and one visitor present
Taking pant on the program were
Philip Bunch, Jean Stallings, Barbara
Butt and Billy Baker.' After the
business session games were played
and refreshments were served by the
ATHEY'S FAMOUS LITTLE
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Inside or outside vsel
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;NicIiel3 For Know-How" Sample Ballot
''Klickels for KnbWrriow1 program for Expanding
' 1 Agricultural Research
(At authorized by the 19bl session of the General Assembly of
,. , North Carolina a .
. r" x Vote for one
For' adding &4 per ton to the price of feed and fertilizer
' for a period of three years for supplementing an expanding
agricultural research and educational program in North
' ' V .' Carolina. ,
D Against adding 61 per ton to the price of feed and. fertilizer
for a period of three years for supplementing an expanding
- agricultural research and educational program in North
Carolina. - - .
. Ballots like the one shown here will be used in the "Nickels for
Know-How" referendum in which farm people will decide whether
they are to contribute five cents per ton on feed and fertilizer to
support .expansion of agricultural research and teaching in the State.
All persons who use feed or fertilizer, including wives and husbands
"as well as 4-H, FFA and NFA members with crop or livestock pro
jects, are eligible to vote. The plan ntust be approved by two-thirds
of those voting to become effective. Proceeds would be turned over
to the Agricultural Foundation, Inc., at State College to promote re
- search,- education and extension work for the benefit of farm people.
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Hertford Wufciziz & Supply Compay
"Trade Here and Bank the Difference"
PHONE 3461 , HERTFORD N. C.
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ALL SAINTS', ALL SOULS'
DAYS', SUNDAY SERVICES
Thursday November 1, Feast of All
Saints, Holy Masses in St. Ann's
Catholic. Church, Edenton, at 7 and
11 A. M., each including Sermon on
"The Saints in the Liturgy of ., the
Church," stated Rev. F. J. McCourt,
Rector, who invites everybody to all
Services. ' .
Friday, November 2, All Souls' Day.
a Religious Memorial Day, Masses 7
9 and 11 A. M., in Edenton.
Sunday, November 4, Mass in Ber
tie County Court 'House court room,
Windsor, at .9 A. M., Edenton 11 A.
M., each including Sermon on "The
Liturgy of the Dead." Holy Com
munion, followed by Sunday School.
Other week-days: Mass, Rosary in
Edenton at 7 A. M. Confessions for
half hour before every Service. .v
. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER i
Mies Alma L. Eaves was given a
miscellaneous shower at the home of
Mrs. Charles E. White, Jr., Tuesday
night, October 23rd, with Mrs. John
D. Coston, and Mrs. Hudson Butler,
joint hostesses. , '
"Upon entering, the bride-elect was
presented with a camelia shoulder
corsage by the hostess.
Bingo was played and enjoyed by
those present, and wishes were writ
ten in the bride's book.
. Those remembering the bride-elect
with lovely and useful gifts were:
Mistress W. V. Brabble, Edgar Rid
dick, Sybil Proctor, Charles E. White,
Sr., British Ward, Minnie Derring,
Frank Ward, William Parron, Sidney
Cppeland, Moody Mathews, Shelton
Long, Ruben Stallings, Louis Eaves,
W. J. Farmer, Charles Ward. Sidney
Layden, W. D. Perry, Sr., Will Har-
rell, Emmett B. ' Long, Joe 3We
White, Marshall J. White, T. T. Har-
rell, C. T. Phillips, Charles E. White,
Jr.r Tom Harrell, Clarine Shean, Roy
Ward, D. W. Simpson, E. T. Phil
lips, William Stallings, John D. Cos-
ton, John Danchise, V. L. Proctor, E.
Y. Berry, J. B. Perry, Winston Lane,
E. A. Byrum, Sarah White, Hudson
Butler, Joe White, A. T. Lane, Car
roll Holmes, J. R. Simpson,' Wallace
Hobbs, Edgar Long, J. C. Hobbs, Irv
ing Whedbee, Percy Rogerson, , John
C. Bracy and Misses Blanche Goodwin,
Anne Madre Mary
. The house was decorated with fall
flowers and a sweet course was ser
CARD OF THANKS
I, wish to- express my heartfelt
thanks to friends and neighbors for
the many cards and flowers 'sent me,
and especially thank the friends who
assisted, in housing my crop. .
- LINFORD L. WINSLOW.
End Chronic Doslngl Regain Normal
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Dr. Caldwell's Senna Laxative tastes
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tmftrtabh. Helps you get regular, ends
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Yoti Coll By" Number .
. ; Yonll save time and get your
- party more quickly. If you make ,;.
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distance telephone numbers most
' frequently called.
. .' Tho, give the operator the
' numbtf and you'll avoid unnec- .
. essary delay. .
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START SAVING TODAY FOR YOUR
OF INSTALLMENT STOCK IN THE
HERTFORD BUILDING AND LOAN
Goes On Sale Nov. 3
Dated November s, 1951, each share of stock
at 25 cents per week will mature at $100 in 356
weeks at the present .rate of earnings. This is
-in excess of three' per cent simple interest on
See us today and make arrangements to
carry as many shares as you can. There is no
limit as to the number of shares an individual
Hertford Building & Loan Association
A. W. Hefren, President
Max Campbell, Secretary
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