Ilcir.a Owners Vcrnc J
On Tank 1
Official of District Health De
partment issued warning to home own
era to. be cautious in entering into
contracts' concerning the cleaning of
septic tanks. -. . ...
The local health department has re
ceived complaint about home owners
being charged exorbitant prices by
transient or "fly-by-nite operators"
: who have tricked the local home (own
en into cleaning their septic tanks.'
Recently one lady was charged $65
to have a privy cleaned. Usually such
operators are from oat of state, many
times gypsies who move, quickly to
aroi'ii as to their 'me. tad of doing
hiK ..ah. .Thr ion. 7r fnr sale
cans of chemicals at enormous prices.
usually that septK tanX ' contents 9
HumnaMi vf In vorv initanitanr man
ner, causing a .health hazards in that
""The local health department would
nwnmnwnX nnranna dejririna' thU aer.
I vice to contact your local plumber or
call your local heattn department. 1
After several days' absence on ac
count of an appendectomy operation
in Suffolk, Postmaster Soy C Bunch
returned to his duties Monday IA. M.
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GENERAL (3 ELICTRI3
Kr. and Kra;. !L: I " ' " 'nd
iav-;iter, Clr : t L. ,
atj Urs. il. Is Delaney e 1 .arday
vi ;tors with Sir. and lira. L. Jay
At the conclusion ofa two. weeks'
visit . with -her arandparents, little
araLynq -"Wnite returned to her
home m Norfolk isunday with her' par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. &. M. White, who
came for her Sunday, afternoon.
Mr. ; and 'Mrs. V.' t. Lane and three
children spent the week-end at their
Nags Head cottage.
Attend Tucker Funeral
AMmwlingr lha Tucker Funeral from
MIawss Mr. J.
SR. Winterringer and daughter, Susan,
Vn.i.aafAr. "Minn. i Mr. and Mrs. J.
'l Tucker and daughters, Mrs. Wil
liam B. Belcher, Jr., and Miss Lydia
Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. r. u. Tucirer
of Boanoke, Va., and Mrs. Will. Reed
of CSssma Park, HI., and Mr. and M
Ben Parker of Roanoke Rapids.
BRIDGE PARTY; '
Mm. Jnfcn Costen entertained the
Tnoufnv Tiio4it bridge club at her home
on Front Street this week, r Those
playing were Mesdames Louis -Nacn-n.n
w a Wrioht. T. B. Sumner. B.
r. Vnnnw. V. N. Darden. Charles
Whedbee, Charles Henc and Miss Ruby
White. The high score prise went
to Mrs. Whedbee and second high was
awarded Mrs. Sumner. A sweet course
HONORED AT ROOK SHOWER
Mrs. Preston' Divers was hostess at
a rook party and shower Mjmday
nisrht at her home honoring Mrs. Hank
Those playing besides the guest pi
honor were Mesdames Bobby Elliott,
Edward Barber, Emory White, Geo.
TCelda. Emmett Landinr. Burnice Ins-
coe, Haywood Divers, William Land
ing, Jr., Artis White, Wirth ' Uiory,
Ray Haskett, Jimmy ISawyer, Nathan
Sawyer, E. C. Woodard, Herbert Nix
on, Bobby Keaton, Ellie Fearing,
Louis Tarkington, Al Kenton, Cliff
Banks, Vernon Lee Perry, Misses
Sybil Skinner, Juanita Divers and
Ruth HnalraHL The hish scorn niize
went to Miss Skinner, second high to
Mrs. Inscoe and the floating prize
was awarded Mrs. Jimmy Sawyer. A
sweet course was served after which
the guest of honor opened her many
lovely gifts. ,
BRIDGE CLUjB MEETS
Mrs. J. L. Harris was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday night at her
home. Those playing were Mesdames
Wilson Dillon, Vivian Mathews, Al
Kenton, Francis Nixon, Robert Hollo
well, Frank Jessup, Edison Harris,
Eldon Winslow, Jack Brinn, Henry
Stokes and Charles Murray. The high .
score prize went to Mrs., WinsloM. A '
sweet course was served. f '
v. H . a ils-l ,fu" edty
tivljo s l jr.. Jlin jt rerea.
ai.J T-ii "c-Ue. ;;?---;:'r -' '-'P?- V
It was vot .i to rer..em? j Miaa
Kimsey Perry with a sma:i t as
she is in the hospital
August 27 'was the d ie set for
a club picnic and Mrs. Ell -y Laydn,
Mrs. Winston Lane and !L. Josiah
Proctor were appointed as j..-:b er l
ways and means committees.
In the absence of Miss Kimsey Per
ry, Miss Carolyn 'Biggerstatt gave a
very interesting, demonstration on
"Freezing Fruit and Vegetables." , .
The meeting closed with the Collect.
Mrs. 'Proctor conducted a "Kate"
contest with Mrs. J. B. Basnight win
ning the prise.
Mrs. Raymond Lassiter won the
The hostess served a congealed salad
and nuts with iced tea. -
SOIL CONSERVATION NOTES
C L Lassiter recently had two lead
ditches cut with a dragline. These
ditches were surveyed, grade and
slope stakes set by. Soil Conservation
Technicians working with . the Albe
W. P. Jackson is planning on hav
ing his lead ditch cleaned out through
ISome of the permanent pastures in
the county that had weeds in them
HONORED AT SHOWER
Miss Betty Lou Trueblood, bride
elect, was honored by members of the
Winfall MYF at a kitchen shower at
the home of Mrs, Thomas White. The
honoree was given a gardenia cor
sage, after which the guests were in
vited into the yard, which was deco
rated with summer flowers and where
refreshments were served. The hon
oree received many beautiful and use
, Present besides Miss lruebiood
were Misses Amy Van Roach, Kay
Stanton, Phillis Trueblood, Emily
White, Emily. Wilder, Evelyn Ann
Stanton, Marsha IStallings, Mamie
IWhite, Barbara Jennings, Faye Over
ton, Jill Miller, Mary Anderson, Nancy
Bagley, Phillis Bagley, Alia M. White,
Cleo Trueblood, Dora White, Nonie
Lane, Mesdames A. R. Winslow, Jr.
Thomas White, Stanley Spruill. Mar
vin White, T. . White and Monon
Trueblood, W. N.vMathews and Wayne
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MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER P"
Mrs. H. Sf Davenport entertained
at her home on June -12, at a miscel
laneous shower honoring Mrs. Phillip
Arena. ; Games and contests were en
joyed by those present, with Mrs. W.
H. Barber, Mrs. Winston Lane, Mrs.
Howard and Miss Donia Barnes win
ning prizes,. The honoree received
many lovely and useful gifts. Re
freshments of ice "cream, mints and
nuts were served by the hostess.
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THE NORFOLK at CAROLINA
Elizabeth City - Edentoa '- Mantes
v j c...:il . , , .-is la A-
ec nticl pra " -per man-
aj-;nt cf t , . jbs any
sol is crpt'Jle . j only so
much TEtJ.w .i t. occupid
by weeds will rneri 1 " at much soil
fertility, and moi. re that will be
lost in producing i 9 j-"e8. For
best results the J -s ou!d be
j needs are in
. ive 1 eIl samp! 3 were taken re
c; Jy 1 s .lean fields in spots
"Dre Ce tans Lave, turned yel
A man is rich la proportion to the
number of thinca whkh he an afford
to let alone. JH. D. Ihoreau.
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ENTERTAINED AT TEA
Mrs. Linwood C. Winslow entertain
ed at a Tea at her lovely, recently
remodeled home, Shady Croft, Friday
P. M., June 20, from 4 to n o'clock,
honoring her brothers' wives. In the
receiving line were Mrs. iu V. Wins
low, the hostess, Mrs. . F. Murray
White of Winston-Salem, Mrs. U. R.
White of Fayetteville and Mrs. Claude
Walker of Burlington.,
Mrs. Edwin S: iWhite received in
the dining room, while Mrs. F. C.
White presided at. the punch bowl.
Mary Ellen White, JLalClair IWinslow
and. Ann. IWhite assisted in serving.
Miss Mattie. Saunders had charge of
the register.. ,
The. entire lower floor was beauti
fully 1 decorated with Queen Anne's
lace, gladioli and other summer flow
ers. . ' :'::P-::'P'PP::Pp.
"Among the sixty guests that called
during the afternoon, besides the hon
orees, were friends from IHobbsville
and vidCty, where Mrs. .Winslow
teaches, Chowan JCounty, Hertford,
Winfall, Whiteaton bndJBefvidere,,
- BURGES3 H. D. CLUB MESTS
The Buryesa Home . Demonstration
Club metft Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. Josiah Proctor. .The meeting was
called -to order by the preside t, Mrs.
Howard, Mathews and "Work Fjir the
Night Is Comii" was' sung. ;
iMrs. Josiah Proctor gave the de-
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