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"Seeing i belfevinjr," says C C Chappell of BeWderejwh.n he
her twin calves, one with aU the markings of a Hereford and the other an Angns e says V
yon aw KdnVto have something nmswal around it fa best to do it up right. Thia cow was
"red Ty Tiered I Guernaey Last year she dropped twin calves sired by r Hereford
5m" They both had Hereford markings. This year the cow was in a pasture with two bulls,
. H.fni .nH .n Amrua, These two distinctly marked calves wi me siqry oeueve u or u
These two distinctly
Lunchroom Menu
Menu for Perquimans High School
lunchroom, week of February 18.
Monday pint milk, Vienna saus
age, creamed potatoes with cheese,
green peas with carrots, hot biscuits,
cookies.
devil food cake.
Wednesday pint milk, chicken
pot pie, hard boiled egg, candied yams,
cranberry sauce, hot rolls, pear salad.
Thursday Mi pint milk, hot dogs,
sweet pickle relish, chopped onions,
pinto beans with tomato sauce, pota
to salad, jello and cookies.
Friday Mi pint milk, orange juice,
chicken salad on lettuce, blue lake
Tuesday Mi Dint milk, cream of to
mato soup, spiced ham and cheese) snap beans, cornsticks-crackers, epice
sandwiches, stewed prunes, croutons,! cake with cherry toppin.
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, BETHEL CLUB MEETS
The Bethel Home Demonstration
Club held its annual meeting in the
form of a covered dish supper on
Friday night, February 8, at the
Community House.
I he meeting opened , by suinnsr
"America," followed by the devotional
by Mrs. J. (J Hobbs.
Mrs. Nina B. White, Home Agent,
and I. C. Yagel, County Agent, were
in charge of the program, their sub
ject being "Objective Planning for
Better Family Living," which was
illustrated by slides and interesting
talks.
Special guests for the evening in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Riddick,
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Yagel and Mr. and
Mrs. Emory White. .
Miss Sarah Ward rendered , a solo.
"The Dutchman's Garden."
Miss Blanche Goodwin was in
charge of the entertainment, with
Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and I. C. Yagel
winning prizes. Mrs. W. P. Long won
the door prize.
A delicious meal was enjoyed by
all. others present, not already men
tioned were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Long,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Chappell, Mr. and
Mrs. Edirar Loftir. Mr. and Mrs.. W.
Dr Perry, Mr", and Mrs. L.; A, Proc
tor, Mr.' and Mrs. Reuben Stallings
and Mesdames E. L. Goodwin, J. P.
Ward, C. T. Phillips, Cprnie JChap
pell, J. . Phillips and Miss Gertie.
UhappelL . .
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protection ia pu
For outstanding exterior protection against
th sun rain and ether climatic conditions
hurt on ATiar$u :
Human affection is not poured forth
vainly; even though it meet no re
turn Love enriches the nature, en
larging, purifyincr and elevating It
; i Mary Baker Eddy. '
MltfUTES OF MEETING
BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Perquimans County IBoard of
Education met in regular session Wed
nesday, February 6, 1952, at 7:30
P. M. J. E. "Morris, Chairman, pre
sided! Members (present were Mrs.
Mary u. Bnnn, 8. M. Long, D. H.
Eure and C. C Chappell.
Minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
Silas Whedbee, newly appointed
County Attorney, met with the Board
to become familiar with several legal
matters- and to , offer his services
when desired by the Board.
The Board approved the sale of
Chinquapin Schoolhouse for the sum
of $1,231.25 to a community group
to be organized in that community.
Terms, of the sale to be $600.00 cash
and the balance by 'December 1, 1952.
Tin Board approved the sale of
(Bethel School to Foster Felton for the
turn of $1,000.00.
Motion was made, seconded,' and
passed releasing tFenton Hurdle, of
the milk contract accepted on January
7, 1952.
After much discussion as to the
operation, service and attendance at
the Perqinman HIgtt School lunch
room, it was recommended that the
principal be informed by letter of the
following: , The Board of Education
recommends that (1) the lunchroom
menus be published ' In the county
paper each week, (2) a count be mada
each morning to determine the num
ber of meals to prepare, and (3) eac-i
student be served approximately the
same amount of food. -
After informally discussing several
matters relative to school administra
tion the Board adjourned until fur
ther 'notice. :.
JOHN T BUGGERS, t
( ' Secretary. (
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