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.MUSIC CLU3 ri73
Kisses Lois Hope Eowell, De" orah
Nixon and Pat y Elliott were hoster
on Tuesc"-" evemnj He;-
. v. e on lues"" evening to te ie;u
h V'. --ford Music Club.. Charley Johnson
W,L U, Cw..ay presided overth'e short business, ses-
The marked variation in yearly cot
ton production in North Carolina,
- seems closely correlated with varia
tions in yearly boll weevil infestations.
Hi is year, weevil infestations . were
lew compared to. those I960; like
wise, this year's average per acre yield
of line (approximately 390 pounds) is
much higher than last years (163
, pounds). .? ' V -'.vO''
This variation in year to year in
testations' calls for an insect control
program which can be altered to fit
' each season. -
An outstanding feature of. the 1961
weevil situation in North - Carolina
was the delayed weevil emergence in
. many areas, which is thought to have
been due to exceptionally dry spring
and early summer conditions. It Is,
also, quite likely that low winter tem
peratures followed by cool spring
may have reduced the numbers of ov-
' " erwintering weevils, which appeared in
large numbers only in a few fields.
"V Weevil infestations varied . from
county to county and from field to
field, thereby increasing the difficul
ties of directing the control pro
gram on the state and county level.
In general, infestations were higher
in the southeastern, eastern, ana
northeastern cotton belt areas
lion, at which plans were made for the
December Club party. IPatey Elliott
reported 295 rating points, entitling
the club to National Honor Roll mem
bership.,.. . - ' .
After a short musical program, de
licious refreshments were served by
the hostesses. Those present were: ,
Franklin McGoogan, Diane Hollo
well. Margaret Williams. Glennie
Myers, Becky White, Nancyi Lane,
Deborah Nixon, Charley Johnson, Lois
Hope HowelL Patsy Elliott, '- Jane
Keel, Lura Leete, Mrs. W. P. Elliott,
Mrs. W. E. Howell, Mrs. Preston Nix
on, Mrs. Ernest Guthrie, Mrs. W. E.
'Drake, Mrs. R. M. Riddick, Counselor,
Pat Drake, Anne Lane, Betsy Drake,
Vkkf Johnson, Letitia McGoogan,
Julia Lapeine, Maude Lee Corprew,
Kay Guthrie, " Iinda Bass, ' Warner
Madre, Jean Keel.
BELVIDERE H. D. lC MEETING
V The Belvidere H. D. C. met at the
Community House Wednesday P. M.,
with the new officers, Mrs. Claud"
Winslow, president, and Mrs. Oliver
Winslow, secretary, presiding. ; ''
Mrs. MacElery Chappell gave the
scripture lesson. 'r.?...
During the business session plans
were discussed to make additions and
improvements on the building as a
and home mam jement
Mrs. J. E. . Las-t, craft loa 'er,
gave a sir all exhib't on need! ;zi in
Christmas c't tI eatjors. .
The hostess conducted a memory
contest with Mrs. Winston Lane wro
ninir the prize. ' . '
The 'meeting : was dosed with the
' The hostess served sunshine salad
with candy, and cookies. i ; ;t
BERRT MADRE . Z
'Mr. and Mrs. William Francis Madre j
request the honour of your presence
i at the marriage of their daughter. ?,
Willie Ann ; : .
Mr. Daniel Leland Berry
on Wednesday, the nineteenth of Dee.
'nineteen hundred and fifty-one '
!." at four o'clock In the afternoon ;
' Hertford Baptist Church, t '
Hertford, North Carolina.
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, By UNCLE SAM -
If you are feeling blue and dont
know what to do. Just; brace up. I
Just be a sport. - -
If it is hard for you to take it on
the chin, just look up and grin. Just
e Inr' i S You have
ne - be. . . -j i.-. port.
cyy . can't r jae sa!n.
. w (i v t i Jue i a spoi ""
be a sport.
If you have list all you h". 'a. Jfou.
berin fTain. Just be a f oil. ?
' If ya have be i k' k- .5 iav-i.
Just get up without a frown. Just
be sport. ' " V
. If nobody lends you a helping hand.
Just get up and stad.'- Just be a
sport, - , ; v -
If the other, fJJow passes you by.
Just hold your head high, , Just; be a
sport. - . 5
. If the other iellow tides. , And you
bjivA to walk. 'Just be a snort.'; ' !
in the central and western Piedmont goal for the new year. ;aiso a unnsi
Some hieh and some low infestations,1 mas social and fellowship supper were
however, were reported from all of planned.
Miss Mildred Byrum and Mrs. 0. L.
Byrum spent Thanksgiving Day with
relatives in Portsmouth. I
Norwood Elliott, student at E. C.
College, Greenville, and Leon Elliott
USN, Norfolk, spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Elliott
Mrs. L. J. Winslow and Mrs. J. M.
Copeland led a panel discussion on
the subject "What a Woman Should
Know About Her Family's Finance,"
i in which the memDers parcioipatea
making, the whole an interesting and
helpful occasion. " ; ; ; ";
At the close of the program Mrs.
Olive? Winslow, as recreational leader,
conducted a Thanksgiving menu con
test in which. Mrs. Willard Copeland
won the prise. it '- .. . ,
Fruit and homemade candies were
served by the sister hostesses, Mrs.
Chief Petty Officer Cary Quincy,
'USN. at Bermuda, visited his parents,
, --- --- . .scitcu wjr vile didwi muduwoo,
Mr. gnd Mrs. C. P, Quincy, on Monday lF M and Mra- R Copeland.
evening. . c'"''- . . i -
- Mr and Mrs. Frank Erker and . ; BURGESS CLUB MEETS
daughters of Landover, Md., spent The BurgeBa Home Demonstration
the Thanksgiving holidays with Lt. Club met Wednesday afternoon with
and Mrs. W. H. Keel. .(Mrs Howard Matthews.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Stalhngs and meeting ' onened bv singing
son Ronnie were the guests of Mr.',Come Ye Thankful People." f The
and Mrs. Koy
Branche at Virginianew preaijent, Mrs. Howard Mathews,
s-ave the devotional from I Thessil
onians, fifth chapter, 6-18 verses, fol
lowed by the Lord's Prayer repeated
in iittsoii. . ."" '.' '
The new secretary, Mrs. Walton
Ln. read the minutes of the last
"(-ing and called the roll. Dues for
1952 were collected. A report of 19
Beach. Va.. Sunday.
Miss Louise. Wilson, member of the
Chowan High School faculty, and Mr.
and Mrs. Curtis Wilson of Chapel
Hill spent the Thanksgiving, holidays
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Wilson. ' ;. :'..';::; I
chased by club members in the past
V Mrs. Tommie Mathews gave two
verv interestinsr reports on health
mnr MA.OCt-ctd WTiv ClTVflAV IV
EDENTON CATHOLIC CHUiRCHinew kitchen gadgets or utensils pur
The Most Holy Sacrifice of the
Mass will be offered Sunday at 9 and
11 A. M., in St. Ann's CaiajGhu.rch,
Edenton. each incluuinir Tiertnon on
"Boycoit All Bad hows and Litera
ture," Holy Communion, followed by
Rosary for Peace, Sunday School, with
eonfessions for half hour before ser-
vices, stated Father F. J. McCourt
pastor, who Invites everybody to all
Saturday, December 8, Feast of the
Immaculate Conception of .he Blessed
Virgin Mary, masses at 7 and H, A.
M., sermon "The Immaculate Concep
. tion." Other week-mornings, Mass
at 7. Study Oub meets Thursdays
7:30 to 8:30 P, M., in rectory library.
Choir practice Saturday 7:30 to 8:30
During the remainder of
195 1 I will not observe office
hours on Wednesdays.
A. B. BONNER, DDS
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PLANNING TO PAINT
Why not protect and
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My Ckrisfaris .
The classified pages in your
Telephone Directory will 4
make it easier for you to do
your Christmas shopping
will save your energy time I
effort as well
So don't let Christmas shop
ping get you down. Look it up
in the convenient classified
pages of your Telephone
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Phone 3336 '
1 HERTFORD, N.C, .
More psopia uuy -
thdn any oihsr C3f !
W" ril put it up te yeul There must be plenty
of good reasons why more people buy
Chevrolets man any other car. ; "
Here are tome things to think about ' ,,
- There's the way. Chevrolet look. Nice clean.
curved lines-llke cart in the' high-price field!
Chevrolet'! Body by Fisher sets, the pace
among low-priced cars. ; . : 'V ' A
" There' tht way Chevrolet ritfci and handles.
The smoothness - and big-car comfort of Uhl-
tized Knee-Action. Bigjer brakes-b?- la the
PnH n .nfJ mtJm ti .J".t Am I
KUVJ OIUI4 A UUMkt Ai(I
standard driving at lowest 'cost "with Tower
glide or Synchro-Mesh transmission. ....
a There's t!ie way Chevrolet saves. Chevrolet
is the lowest-priced line in (he field and the
savings go on and on with low operating costs.
..There are plenty more reasons why. Chev
rolet, is America's -favorite. Come in and let
us show them to vou.
Rnest no-ihift driving at lowest : cost.
Combination of "Powerglide Automatia
Tratiomisdoa end 103-h.p. Engine optional
en De Luxp models at extra cost