: M 5-11
-. ' National . Employ th Physically
f Handicapped Week is being observed
throughout the nation October 5-11,
J952. . THu program is in. accordance
with a law passed by Congress in
1945. ' The President's Committee met
on September 4, it a President's
Luncheon in Washington, at which
time President Truman gave a "kick
1 :7"Vfor the week with his proclama
tion land a citation for the most out
standing handicapped individual in the
nation. Working with the President's
Committee is the ' Governor's Com
mittee of all the states. On October
3rd, Governor Scott will present a
citation to the most outstanding
handicapped person of North Carolina.
With the National and State Commit.
tees, w have the various communis
committees, who are selected in this
area by the Employment Security
Commission of North Carolina, one of
the participating agencies. ; ' ' ,
, Mrs. Corie B. White, Manager of
the local Employment Security Com
mission office in Edenton, which of- b
services Perquimans County r -h
Thursday 9:00 - 11:00 A. M., at the
Court House in Hertford, announces
that the services of Howard v.OK-it,
Clerk of Court, have been secured to
act as Chairman of National Employ
the Physically Handicapped Week for
Perquimans County. . "
Mr. Pitt will assist the Employment
Security Commission in finding the
handicapped applicants in Perquim
ans County who are in need, of gain
ful employment, and to direct both ap
plicants and employers interested in
workers to the Employment Service
Representative servicing Perquimans
County. - ,
It is the responaMfty of- every
citizen in this community to help the
by being" placed in a j ' CU he ori ur. an " n.
she can do. America ij great, not g
Immiiu nt hm. natural r -" and
,'M -1 hi htnnaum v tar Tuv.nl.. and Mrs. TLomas
. w w m " j -
Soma 7 jnilon men and women, with Tommy, Harry, Joe a -u
physical disabilities are contnbutuig ' Mn visited Ur, and t!.3. C.
their part, ana yet
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Special Weekly Offer
Starting Friday, Oct 3 Ending Oct' 10
24-Piece Table Ware Knife-Fork-Spoon Set
REGULAR $8.59 SPECIAL $3.93
WATCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEK FOR OUR ;
Special "BELOW COST" Offer
FOR THESE CHILLY DAYS
ELECTRIC HEATERS I
PLAIN AND WITH FANS
' $7.95 to $15,95
Hertford Hardware & Supply CompLiy
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PHONE 3461 HERTFORD, N. C.
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FOR YOUR HOME
You can be sure your tabid
b set in the best of taste when
you choose a Gorham Sterling
pattern and there are 16 to
-choose from. Their better bat
once and deeper-cut design
are things you can feel and
see. Come in soon and 'see
how easy it Is to own Gorham
Sterling through our conven
ient budget plan.
A nt about Oorhom'i xdvilve '
amUtt, one-pttce handle.
W. M. DIVERS & SOU
Market Street Hertford, North Carolina
are -ready, waning ana sAe, wren
proper vocational trairir j, , medical
services, and necessary rc:.titation
services to helji build a stronger na
tion and to find their place among the
labor force. The han&cerped must
live and eat 62 weeks of the year.
They an a part and, parcel of our
American economy. Realizing this,
states and communities must provide
a program of information, education
an. dpromotion aimed at selective job
placement of qualified handicapped
workers not Just this one week, but
throughout very week of the year. .
Mr. Pitt and the staff of the Em
ployment Security Commission re
quest your assistance in this program
'Quit is being launched throughout the
nation as a. reminder that we are to
help 'the less fortunate around us to
a better way of life through em
ptoyaibdKty. It is the individual's abili
ty rather than disability Jihaf counts.
Hire the handicapped -tit's good busi
ness. Their job performance has prov
en 'outstanding. It lightens the load
on the taxpayer, business, industry
and, community and heightens citizen
morale to become independent through
work security. -v
pell Sunday P. M.
Mr. and J.a. Harvfcv
and Mrs. C. J. Raper r
Simpson were in Eli?;.'
nesday A. M.
K. C -
. rs. C. II.
Mrs. Irma Dorsey went to Ports
mouth, Va,, Thursday to spend some
time with her daughter and son-in-law.
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boyce and fami
ly of Tyner were the guests off Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Byrum on Sunday:
Rev. .and Mrs.' David Lewis, and
son of Swan Quarter spent Tuesday
with his mother, Mrs. W.W. Lewis.
Leon Elliott, U. S. Navy, Norfolk,
Va., spent the past week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. El
liott . -. ' .-: -v
Miss Louise Wilson of Chowan spent
the week-end with her parents.
Mrs. O. L. Byrum and Mrs. Iillie
Hyatt were the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith at Winfall.
" i we-.
::h Mr. r-
1'r. and L.i.
i' ire thy al
of The t-eastaa' f
:.l j.ow t..-t
a rch, Va.,
. . 3 Tattan t'i
1 L. i le
i tie christer.u-i
:y son. -
Mrs. John C. Llanchard of Gates-
v21e, -Mr. and .Mrs. Harris Jones end
daughter, Norma Lou, and Mrs. Ar
manda Jones of Gates visited Mr. end
Mrs. Howard D. Hurdle Saturday
night'- ' -1 ' " ' ;
Mrs. Hubert Hurdle, Mrs. Jack Bur
den and son, Hubert iWhite Burden,
and Mr; and Mrs. Howard D, Hurdle
attended the funeral of Mrs. W. A.
Hoggard in Elisabeth City:, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bailey and son,
Elbert, Jr., of EHzabeth City visited
Mrs. W. G. Hollowell Sunday P. M. -v
Mrs, J. iW. Lane and daughter,
Nonie Lou, spent the week-end in
Norfolk, Va,, and Ocean View, v "f
Mrs. Bill Cox of Hertford; Mrs. SJr
H. Baker and Miss Annie White spent
iWednesday in Norfolk, Va,, with Mrs.
: Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hollowell and
family were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Long,
Hertford Route 3,
i - i Td:Iay.
T. y I" ston spent Sunday a
llii Il-aaJ. - . -
Hiss Katiie Nowell of Nor
folk, Va., spent.t! wvi-end wili tcr
parents,' Mil and' Mrs. J. W. No-well,
Sr. ' ?'
' Mrs. Waiter Nowell and son Tor
my,' and Mrs. J. W. N.owell mbt.
ed to folk, Va, to see Mr. an
Mrs. R. 12. Munden Tuesday. -',
CATHOLIC Elr.LE WEEK WILL I
. CLQS2 i"U?:.OAy AT WINDSOR
':"AKD LJZNTON MASSE3
October 6, the' 1'ost Soly Sacri
fice of the Mass will be offered in
Palace Theatre, Y,indwr, at 8:30 A.
M., and in St Ann's CthoHc Church,
Edenton, at 11 A. XL,- each including
sermon ea? Everybody Ought Bead
Bible Daily," Holy Communion, fol
lowed by fiosary : for 'Peace, Sunday
School, with confessions for half hour
before -services, stated Father P. J.
McCourti - rector, ; who nvites every
body to all services. - Week-days at
7 A. M.t Mass, Communion, Rosary.
TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
Protect Your Stock
Vith Bectric Fenco Confrc'.!srs
. SEE US FOR THE FAMOUS ;
International, Parmak or Electric Line Sets ?
WE HAVE THEM IN BOTH BATTERY AND ELECTRIC
Those ' attending the Association
held 'at the Blackwell Memorial and
Wednesday of Fast week were: . Mrs.
W. T. Smith. Mrs. C. , T. Rosrerson.1
Sr., Mrs. Louis Winslow, Mrs. C. T.
Rogerson,! Jr., Mrs. Eugene Byrum, j
Mr. arid Mrs. Will Winslow, Mrs. C.
V. Ward, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Twine,
Miss Olive Layden, Mrs. Paul Smithy
Mrs. Thurman Riddick and Mrs. Rulfus
Turner. . - ; I
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Chaxmell;
and son, Clarence, Jr., and daughter,'
Louise, and William C. Chappell were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.1
Earl L. Topping of Swanquarter. Mr.
Topping is County Agent of -Hyde,
County. - I
Mrs. Tim Bmnn, Mrs. Charles Skin-'
ner, Mrs. Lindrey Winslow of Hert
ford, the Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Pike and,
Mrs. Bertha S. White were-Wednesdav!
visitors with Mr. and Mrs. TJnwovd
Wnslow. v V i
Thursday supper guests "of LaClair
Winslow were . !AMce Jean Jackson.
Ann Burke, Mary Dow Chappell of
Lois Violet Winslow entertained at!
m On. V- AT. TT,T f ' '
of Piney Woods Church Wednesday
evening in her home. 'After various
games the hostess served pound cake,
punch, mints and nuts. ' i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodgice of
Murfrepgboro were Sunday guests; of
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Winslow.
Mrs. L. I. Winslow, accomipariied bv
.... is. i TT uiDfvni 111 aw O a UUol-
ness trip to GreenviU.' Monday and
visited with relatives and friends, n
Mrs. Thomas Brabble and three
children of Rocky Hock spent a part
of last week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Carol Ward and grandmoth
er. Mrs. Laura Ward.
Honoring her moliher on her birth
day anniversary,' Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Winslow entertained for dinner Sun
day the following: Mrs. Lizzie Hollo
well, honoree, Mr. and Mrs, Gaither
Chapoell and ' two children of Nor
folk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Chap
pell, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gale and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Jordan and
two childrn of Greenville.- ' -
Mrs. Robert Hollowell and two chil
dren of Sunbury spent Thursday "JP.
ju., with aira. juetes topeiand.
H. H; Perry of Philadelphia. Pa.,
is spending several days with , his
mother, Mrs. Carrie iPerry.
i Supper1 xuests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
D. Lane and Miss Glenda Lane Wed
nesday were: th. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph
KnighV'the Rev. v and Mrs. A. H.
wutlaw.-. i Sunday visitors were Mn
and Mrs, Cader Harris of Eliazbeth
taty. . v .
Mr. and Mrs. David White of
Greensboro' spent the week-end with
I his mother, Mrs. Ellen White and sis
ter, Miss Margaret White. - t
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willifoird of,
Rich ' Square were Sundav visitor
with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White. .
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Mr. " and Mrs. Harry Chaimell of
Catawba spent the week-end with his
ratner. W, P. Chapoell and Mi- nH
Mrs. Harry Chappell.
Those- who visited Mr. and Mrs.
IC. J. RJaper Sunday afternoon
Mi".' and Mrs. Eusrene Raner of Shi.
loh, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Itamr nt
Betliei, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Baft
and children, Tommy and Phyllis,
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riddick of
Norfolk, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. I, C.
Butt of New Hope. "
' Mr; and Mrs. Venion Chappell and
Children - ' of Rich Square visited
mends "and reiativei tore Sim&y.
SPARE TIME ?
National company offers reliable party
secure rutuve servicing route of vend
ing machines. This is not nuts. Ho
selling required. " 9350 per monC.
possible part time,1 full time imor.
Car and $800 required which is secur
ed by inventory. , This iwSil standi
strict invesVBtion. For interview i-
5)Ur town witii factory rerrt-3.;
ve, include. ir.one and addrpTS f
application. I -."LlilALTCIXJ. ACr -CY,
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hunting equipment ...that's why sportsmen, make our store their
headquarters during the hunting seasons. -
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WE HAVE A, COMPLETE STOCK OF
Single and Double Barrel Repeating and Automatic Shot Guns .
Single Shot, Repeating and Automatic Rifles . - ,
Ammunition In all Calibre and Gauges
Hunting Caps Boots Coats Pants
ARE AGENTS. FOR
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