i THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY, HERTFORD, N. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1952
ireressive candlelight cere
1 1 1 in the Edenton Baptist
i Laniay Afternoon, December
u viucA, juary una or'ri
r of Hr. mod Mrs. Roy I Spry,
C.e bride of Archie Trayis
, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
. 1 s of Hertford. The Rev. A. I
.i of Hertford, pastor of the
' room, performed the double ting
A pvgranx of wedding music was
ed by Miss Agnes Chappell,
t, and Norman Leonard sang
.omiBe Me," and "Because.";
i tride, given in marriage by her
?, wore a white satin wedding
i with a marquisette yoke, trfcn-
1 ia heirloom lace. Her only oma
.t was a string of pearls and she
-vied a prayer, book topped with a
v lAe orchid.
ITisS Jane Spry, sister of the bride,
j.3 the maid of honor, and Mrs. E,
.7. Uanning was matron of honor.
Doth wore dresses of Christmas green
' The bridesmaids were Miss Betsy
Wood, Miss Suzanne Speight, Miss
Fye own, and Miss Sally Ruth Hollo
well, of Hertford. They wore identical
dresses of Christmas red satin,' with
white satin muffs and sprays of hoHv
tied with red ribbon. Their head
dresses were white hajos trimmed with
The bridegroom's father, Archie T.
Lane, Sr., was best man. . The ushers
were - Howard Pitt, William White,
Carrot Byrum. and Charles M. Har
reH..,.,;..,.;: Honorary .: bridesmaids - were Miss
Margaret Anne Banks of Hertford,
Miss Lucy Bright Cofield,. Miss Peggy
Lou Goodwin, Miss Hazel Sraswell,
Miss Ann Harless, Miss Anne Pat
terson, Miss Patsy Taylor and Mrs.
Frank Oox, all of Edenton. -
Mrs. Percy Smith was mistress of
ceremony, ' -.;Vj-i'
Mrs. Spry, mother of the bride, wore
a gray faille drea and a corsage of
red roses: Mrs. Lane, mother of he
bridegroom, was attired in blue
crepe dress and wore a corsage of pink
' Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the Hotel Joseph Hewes.
Guests were greeted at the door and
introduced to the receiving line by Mr.
and Mrs. John F; White. Mrs. W. O.
Elliott served the bridal cake, withJ
Mrs. i. L. Chestnutt pouring punch.
The honorary bridesmaids assisted in
serving refreshments of cakes, punch,
mints and nuts.
The dining room was beautifully
decorated in pines, magnolia and light
ed candles. Centering the dining table
were white magnolia and silver ber
ries. The couple left for a wedding trip
and upon their return will make their
home in Hertford. - For traveling Mrs.
C. C Lang & Son Pickling Company
' Will Contract For Cucumbers Throughout -
." v - '
This Area ". This Year
, ' Prices Will Be Good '
If Interested In-Growing Cucumbers This Year
Call or See
, L. CHAPPELL
; At L. h. Chappell Store .At Belvidere
Lane wore a green velvet Butt, with
matching hat and brown accessories.
She wore the orchid lifted from tier
prayer book. I
The bride was entertained at several
parties, including a ocacola party by
Mrs. Betty Manning, miscellaneous
shower by Miss Hazel Braswell, dance
at the officer's club by Miss Anne
Patterson, tea by Mrs. T. C. Byrum
and Mrs. Fred P. Wood, and rehearsal
parly by Miss Suzanne Speight, and
Miss Faye Dail, at the letters home.
Hints Are Offered
Hints on' how to make the job of
hog slaughtering easier are offered
by Jim Butler, livestock specialist for
the State College Extension Service:
Remove all feed and supply plenty
of , drinking water for 24 hours prior
to slaughtering. Butchering will be
easier if the Intestines are empty, and
a better bleed will result.
Handle hogs quietly. If animals
are unduly excited it is more difficult
to get a good bleed. ,
Stick with a sharp knife. :i j
Keep hog's head below level of body;
for a better bleed. Also avoid stun
ning the animal.
Bleed hogs ton clean straw or rack
to prevent bloody hair and skin, which
may interfere with scalding.
Heat scalding water to 145 degrees
Fahrenheit for best results. A high
er temperature may set the hair, mak
ing picking difficult, and if the tem
perature is much lower, the hair may
'After picking and scraping, remoye
internal organs as soon as possible.
Remember that chilling is one of the
most important requirements for prop
er curing of meat Carcasses should
be split- down the back with a saw
to aid chilling. .
Don't allow meat to freeze. Hang
carcasses overnight at 30 to 45 de
grees Fahrenheit for best results.
For each 100 pounds of meat, Use
eight pounds of salt, three pounds of
sugar, three ounces of saltpeter. Di
vide this mix and use half the first
day. Rub on meat and keep meat in
well-vehtilated smokehouse. Be sure
to cover all cut surfaces with curing
' The Young Married People's Class
of the Berea Church of Christ held
its December meeting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Webb. Jr. Mrs.
Garland Eure read the devotional, Mrs.
Guy Webb then sang, "Silent Night"
Mrs. George Baker read the minutes
of the last meeting. Gifts were then
exchanged. The hosts served refresh
ments to those attending, including
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Sutton, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Dail, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Hobbs, Mr.' and Mrs. Seth Long, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Eure, Mr. and
Mrs. Whit Cartwright, Mr. and Ha,
Arvin Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. George
Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eure,
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Hudson, Paulette Dail, John and Helen
Sutton and Reggie and Coleman Webb.
Visitors were Mrs. Elwood Long and
Mr. and Mrs; Lawrence Sutton. ,
THIS IS . ITU I
FINAL REDUCTION ON ALL
our remaining stock of jewelry. We will close our doors in
only a short time, and must close out our stock before fhat date.
Take advantage of these final reductions.; Come in today for
real BARGAINS in jewelry I ,
V. International Alyin
yours ' at -"
One 53-piece Set '
- Was $107.50 ' "
You can Buy It For :
1 . Lies,' rirthctones-
Lcr fL-a rins for
-n. Now priced a'
!'; Ifff AMI
Tb ' Sets. - ' ..
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The Famous , Keepsake
- r. and . .
:. .Yes, yes, yes; ': We still have
a few Bulova and qther famous
make watches for men and wo
men. They are priced to sell.
A wide- assortment- of the
best. Prices cut for quick sale.
See these items TODAY1 - v
Lovely iO-K Gold
were priced $3.75
f ' :ced , to. ONLY v
Defense Jobs Expected
To Rise To 8V2 Million
Defense jobs are expected to rise
io a peak of 8 million over the next
year and a half, or about 4 million
more than were employed last sum
mer, Secretary of Labor Maurice J.
Tobin said in a, recent manpower re
Peak defense employment will be
reached in early 19E3, Tobin predict
ed. However, manpower needs may
continue to rise after that, if increases
in production capacity permit a restor
ed volume of civilian output in addi
tion to sustained military production.
Tobin saw no Nation-winV shortage
or worKers unaer tne present aetense
program, but said a number of areas
would experience substantial unem
ployment ' as industries affected by
materials cut-backs lay off workers.
Fits the Description
"Out at' our club we go horseback
ridng and play croquet"
"AW Polo, eh?"
IN glorious mounted charge
. . . or amid mud end shell
hoist ... the Army can be de
pended on to protect Amer
icans and Amsrica'sl Industry
end culture follow where the
army has paved the way.
We follow your desires in con
ducting service of taste and
dignity. Correct appoint
ments end an experienced,
considerate staff merit our re
putation for dependability.
Dark Mystery t 'V .
Workmen were cleaning the front
of a building with hope pipe and
brushes. 'What are they doing?"
asked a small boy. "They're washing
it!" said his father. "Why?" "Well.
why do you wash your face?"
It was all ' too , mysterious. The
youngster gave up. "I don't know,
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Hertford Building and Loan Association
OF HERTFORD, N. C, AS OF DECEMBER 31st, 1951.
(Copy of Sworn Statement Submitted To the Commissioner of Insurance
As Required By Law.)
The Association Owns:
Cash on Hand and in Banks
State of North Carolina and U. S. Government Bonds.
Mortgage Loans -
. $ 3,685.79
Money loaned to members for the purpose of enabling them to
own their homes. Each loan secured by first mortgage on
local improved real estate.
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Advances made to oup shareholders agains; their shares. No
loan exceeds 90 of amount actually paid in.
Office Furniture and Fixtures w $ 120.00
Other Assets S 132.03
The Association Owes:
Installment Shares $ 61,608.75
Full-Paid Shares $ 25,500.00
Other Shares ... . $ 87,108.75
Money borrowed for use in making loans to members, or
retiring manured shares. Each note approved by at least two
thirds of entire Board of Directors as required by law.
Undivided Profits 1 $
Earnings held in trust for distribution to share-holders at
maturity of .their shares. '
Reserve for Contingencies . ; $
To be used for the payment of any losses, if sustained. This
reserve increases the safety and strength of the Association
Other Liabilities ; $
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PERQUIMANS
MAX R. CAMPBELL, Secretary-Treasurer of the above named Association
personally appeared before me this day, and being duly sworn, says that the
foregoing statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belief.
MAX R, CAMPBELL, Secretary Treasurer.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 4th day of January, 1952.
(Seal) W. H. PITT, Clerk Superior Court.
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