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Hertford, Perquimans County; North Carolina; Friday, October 26, 1956.
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!The annual Boy Scout . finance
' ' i drive kicked off this week in Per
; y quimana County under the leader
' ship of Henry C. Stokes, Jr.. and
. opened Tuesday , morning at. a
' "kick-off breakfast" at the Hotel
Hertford at which. Mrs. J. H. Bag
ley was the hostess.
After the delicious breakfast, Mr
' Stokes spoke briefly on the aims
of this drive and distributed cam
paign cards and receipts to the
" large number of volunteer work--'era.
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" ; He pointed out this drive is part
of the state-wide coordinated Boy
- : Scout finance campaign under-the
: '.leadership ' of the governors of
v . North Carolina and Virginia. . Al
).V though the Albemarle District is
, t!'mort- of a' national? Boy Scout or
k ganization, the goal of $7,500, ex
' ."jected to be collected in. the 'cam
paign will al) be spent in the dis
' ; ; tricfc ton developing a program 'for
.' the 'more than 1,800 Cub Scouts,
Boy Scouts and . Explorers who re
v side in the Albemarle area.'
; Senator N. ; Elton Aydlett ' of
Elizabeth City, is drive chairman
for the Albemarle District. ; : ,vo
.Solicitors who have 'Volunteered
their time and effort for this year's
Boy Scout drive, many of whom at
tended the "kick-off" breakfast, are
C. P. Morris, A. W. Hefren, W. H.
Pitt, Henry C. Sullivan, James 0.
Mattox, Clinton Eley, Sam Long,
' J. Emory White, Clyde Lane, Mrs.
- - Jack Brinn, Mrs. D.- M. Jackson,
' Mrsi R. M. Eiddick, Mrs. Henry C.
- Sullivan, V. N, Dardeh, S. A. Wfl'
lis, R, M. Thompson, Mrs. Robert
Hotlowell, Talmage Rose, Eldon
Winslow, J. W. Dillon, Mrs. R. E.
Monds, Jr.,, B. 1 Gibbs, RV Ralph
jt White and Mk Stokes. '-' "
i, i The Parlwille. Rurttan Club ntf
Uia. eunU JKeokHuiiitM t-Oultf
; ore leo 'cooperating in the drive,
handling contributions in their re-
, spective commuinitiee. ' - 1 1"
Honor grade 'students at 'the Per
quimans High School fot the first
grading period, which . Closed last
Friday,' were 'announced- today by
E. O. Woodard, principal of the
sctiobI. ' ; ' 1 ' f V- ""
The list of students winning
. scholastic honors include! ;
-Eighth Grade: Mary France's
Baker, Ann Bentort, Jean Copeland,
Dianhe Hollowell, Joyce Owens", C:
celia Williams,' Cariyle s Woodard,
Ro)end Tripp, Linda Bass, Comttfe
! A Boyce, Phyllis Hendren, maiy
r J Ward", Frances Winslow, ; Hubert,
Burden, K,atnryq ponner, syma
Knigbt,, Carroll , McDpnnell, Faye
Wood. , ., tw,i .1
Ninth Grade: Carolyn White, Jo
Ann Cartwright, Rebecca . Burton,
Linda Lou Elliott, Pat Rogerson,
Katherine Sawyer; Clay Stokes,
Jack Brinn,' Pauline Backus, Bren
da Elliott,' Arlene Stallirigs.
Tenth Grade: Donald Baker, Da,
vid Burton, Lawrence Layden, Le
titia McGoogan, Lib Thach, A1
" dyne Winslow, Beverly Tucker, Ray
Winslow, Ethel Sutton, ; Edith
Spruill'. 1 ; '-
Eleventh Grade; Tommy' Mat
t! iftws, Jake Kyers, Janice Chappell,
' riwanlg, Laura Elliott, Nan
, ri.ylKs ra'.y, T.Uy EL
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YbtersTo'Reisfer ' :
. R. C.' Murray, chairman of the
Perquimans Beard of Elections, tor
day reminded voters that Saturday,
October 27, is the last day for reg
istration to vote in the general elec
tion of November 8. ,, , " v v j
He urged all persons who will be
21 .by November ; 9 and alf folks
who have moved their. 'residences
to visit their polling places thty
'week and register if they desire to
vote in the general election, ' 1 ;
Vi ..... L v.;''-:: I, Tfl-'yr.::'
funeral services, forntarilmfnd
T. Johnson.- 64. .who died at his
home, in Hertford -Friday! morning
of last -week .were ? conducted -last
Saturday at .11 :A;5;M.,;. t' tte
Lynch Funeral Home, by, the, Rev;
James 0. Mattox, .pastor 'of the
' A native of. Sampson . Ceunty.
Mr. Johnson had lived, in Hertford
for 20 yearsi serving as coenty su
perintendent . of scbooli Xiot ' 14
years, , HeretiKi from th!' Po
sition eight years -ago- due Ito, fail
ing health.' Prior- ttr tin& 4a the
early 1930's;.he was superihtehdent
of Dra Counts schools' ;i y 'X-
, Mr, ' Johnson ' reeeiyed:' an t A.B:
degree ttain WakV Fstf College
and took graduate' work at the'. Uni
versity of North Caroling' Chapel
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'4 His lati 'parents' were Saaand
Mrs. Frank- Nance tonsoftiv He
was the hasbsHd f jMrs.sAllie Ed
Wards Jo3in9ni y , '? j " 1.
He wana !mmber of th First
Baptist Church' of 'Hertford, .vice
commander "of the William Pal
Stallings Post 126, American: Le
gion here; It past member, of, Peiv
u(man Lodge' t06, k F, 4 ,A. M.
fBtue), a member of Syria Coun
cil No, 19, Royal and Select Mas
ters, of Griggs Commandery. No. 14,
Knights Templar, Eljjabe'th Cityji
Sudan : Templ; AA1Q.-NO.M.S.,
New Bern, Cherokee 'Chapter: 14,
Royal AttA Masotii, ' ,
, Besides his wife, surviving are
two sisters, Misses .Bessie -Johrison
Of Raleigh and Sallie-If ae Johnson
pf Washington and several nieces
and nephews. ' -
Interment was in the St. An
drew's Church Cemetery, near San
ford." -- ' '
" An Important . meeting ' M the
purpose of reorganizing; the Per-i
Cjuimahs Ground .Observe', Corps,
will be cohducted ' next - Monday
night at the Municfpal Building in
Hertford, begihning a)t loMock, it
was reported today 'by Billy White,
chairman of the post., v ' . . ,.
The chairman pointed out that
during the summer month's the post
activities became lax dtie Ao large
number of ' ihe' volunteer workers
being on vacation aVd'out of town.
He stated1; now that ihe' vacation
season U over, it hoped thattHe
GOQ post can be reactivated to
ffc'l time operationi 1", .- . '
" j"l i cn.ra of tf.'e local' dnlt are
' : ts . attend, tike meeting -on
' V t at lch" time Sgt.
t 'j T ) ;:i te pres-
a to i
'-- e t .nization
1 w films of
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1 Cctk was
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BLANKET OF GRASS FOR PROTECTION FROM SANO-Forming a dramatic pattern .
against the barren Sahara Desert, huge netlike squares of dried grasses are spread over sand
dunes. - The dunes are blanketed with the dried grasses to prevent the sand from being shifted
by the wind to the nearby acres ot fertile land. . ' 1
- Russian 'efforts to restrain a na
tionalist 'gronp from securing con1-!
troi or the ' ronsn governmeni ap:
parently have failed and thus fai
there'ls" no indication Russia Will
use force to re-establish Moscow
puppets as rulers in Poland. Re
ports from Europe stale movements
inside Hungary and other Russian
satellite states are also aimed, as
was Jtrue in Poland, at "setting up
governments independent of Mos
cow; ;"Western diplomats are at
tempting to evaluate the meaning
of the Polish ' revolt but for the
present see only a possibility that
there may v be a shake-up in the
leadership, .inside the Kremlin.
Witli the' general election less;
than two -weeks away, leaders m
the Democratic and Republican
parties are concentrating their ef
forts" In areas controlling the elec
toral votes of the big, states. Sev--
era xt these are reported as doubt-
fijL and party leaders see victory
fo Ue candiatekwinning'Jhe vote
in sucb states aswi-tork-.ajl-fory;Penn'ByivahiA'Mlthigah,
l)bfala and Ohio. , The White" House
ha announced 'that: the President
will undergo a physical examina
tion this week-end and the. results
of the 'examination will be made
public early next week. - " 1 : '
Following a five-week hearing in
Texas, a district Judge issued a
temporary injunction against the
NAACP, which outlaws ihe organi
sation from operating within the
state of Texas, until a further hear
ing can be held for the purpose of
determining if the injunction should
be terminated or made permanent.
The NAACP is expected to appeal
theVuliifg to tjie Supreme Court.
: Riois broke out" anew' in many
areas in North Africfc this week af
ter five )eaders of the1 Arab fac
tions had ,been captured by,, the
French. The Arabs claimed France
f rencn. rne Araos ciaimea r ranee
bad jised, a ijise 411. rtW:t
nntlAnaHaf . IpApra nnn fne riots
nationalist", leaders and the riots
were aimed' ' securing tnelf re
tease. . Twenty-three nations, of the
As1anTAfrican. group have .appeal-,
ed to the United Nations for, the
release of tie 'Arab ieaders. ,
At a recent meeting of the Per
quimans Business and Professional
Women's Club, Mrs, Betty SwindellJ
by vote, of the club members, was
selected " "Club Woman of the
1rear' ::ln recognition , of her-outstanding
contributions to club work
and her uhtiring efforts to jtrofriotp
civic1 projects ,''."
'. -Mrs. windeilnot only Jag. ser
ved 'lhe Perquirr'uns Business, and
PrvJ'ess.oHarsWomcn's Club as- its'
president and. in' c i!er capacitjea,
'(-.t has done an o wianding .worK
in connection with she. forming of
t:e PerTr--.;58' -hty GiVjuhd
CI -rver CorjS, 1 iKg been its
Chief Observer ; t i three ' years.
n" h of her time
and talents to the . esleyan Service
Cj "J of the TV rvst Church.
Two othr 1'. on.l i, t.Irs. Emily
v ell ar J Ilea. ...ma Jackson,
' a'-o 11 tir their con
3 t cU . k.
Homecoming da, at Perquimans
High School last Friday was spoil
ed when the Edenton Aces handed
the Indians a 14-0 defeat in an- Air
bemarle Conference football game.
The victory moved Edenton into
the lead in .the conference stand
ing and dropped Perquimans into
second place.. ; v .- . '
The contest, played before one.
of the largest crowds to witness a
football fame here in recent years,
was a thrilling exhibition from the
opening kickoff to the closing
whistle. It was the last conference
game for the Indians who have: a
4-1 1 record. '; Edenton has yet to
play'Ahoskie and Plymouth ih con
ference contests. ". j
The first quarter saw the In
dians stop an Edenton drive 'on
the seven jrad bnefc after Perquim
ans had gtaqbfed tbetbsH: WMfce M
Ing to the 7. yard line. The quar
tet ended 0-0, with Perquimans hav
ing collected, one first down. j
1 .Neither . team scored .in the seor
ond ouarter, although each had two
first dowps, -most -of the playing
was ..done hetween. the . 80 yard,
stripes. t ,t
: Edenton. rolling up three . first
downs in the third canto while Per
quimans got two, scored its first
touchdown starting with a pass
from the midfield stripe good for
25 4 yards. White, Kramer and
Downum moved the. ball to the five
and scored one play later. The ex
tra' point was converted and the
Aces had a 7-0 lead. . ' ; V
The Indians . stopped an Aces'
drive in the fourths period by. tor
tercepting a, pass and moved the
ball tq midfield .here, it was lost
oji downs. . Thej,,"" Wf Rn
fceeded to.phslk up fop firsj;, down.
j. a p,gtained driyefqrrhe,gfll
lihe".and ' jnmm ,.TD,
, : ' ' ' ' ' .
from iu yaras oue.,i,nft.conv!erewn
wks good an EaenonJadT.44r0
advantagfif Xa.,.; (-Xin
MThe game ; was by far , .the ibest
son. although the Indians were vi
able to get its offensive clicking.
Perquimans had seven first downs
while Edenton had nine, The en
tire Perquimans team played a fine
defensive game and Tommy Mat
thews and Rountree were best on
offense. White Kramer and Down
um were outstanding for the visit
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For Teachers' Meet
1 Perquimans County 'Schools' will
be eloaed Friday; it waa' announced
by J;T. BiggeYa, superinthdentv te
permit teachers to attend-the an
nual meetimrto'ba 'held In Green-
-rille. 'While teachers ate not edm-
tpelle'J (0 attend' the. meetttnl is
expected -tlte' tna3brity rbt 'local
teachers plan to be present IfOf the
llv: Biggeri, wnbs"presldentefj
the Northeastern Division 0f Su
perintendents, will, preside .at ,a
special' session of this division dur
ing the meeting.: .. ; - . ...
,The vWoman's Society of Chris
tian ' e of EeH.ory I'ethodiot
CI 'r v 1 have a t a sale ..t
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VFW To Sponsor
" The Perquimans VFW will spon
sor a . Masquerade Party, at the
Post Hall, Saturday night, October
27, beginning at 9 o'clock. The
committee in charge has arranged
a full evening of entertainment in
cluding all the usual Halloween fes
tivities. Admission will be by tic
ket only, and the tickets may be
secured from any VFW member in
Spoken OctGber 16
t. The marriage' of Miss Anita May
Hylton and1 John David Cox was
scJemniied Tuesday, October 16, in
the Melrose Baptist Church, Roa
noke, Va. The Rev.' W. B. Densen
officiated at the double ring cere
mony. . . .
' -The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Robert Hylton of
Roanoke and the bridegroom is the
son of David Cox, Jr., and the late
Mary Newbold Cox of Hertford.
.' Wedding music was presented by
Mrs, F. M. Sawyer, organist aw
Mrs. ' Fred Mutlins, soloist. . .
Given in marriage by her father
the bride wore a gown of . import
ed white shadow chantilly, lacr
fashioned with long pointed, sleeves.
scalloped neckline sprinkled with
.sequins and seed 'pearls,"' The elon-
rgateV bodice appliqued with iapr
imotifS' accented'-' the voliiminour
sklrf of hyloii tulle' cascade; ruffles
tefmlnatine to a'chanel train. He'
-veffl'-ef French' illusion fell jrorn'r
sWeetheart' cloche1 of lace .irrides
cent sequins and seed pearls. Shr
sarried '& prayer book topped with
a twhlte -orchid showered with step
hanptis.' " ",! '
Miss Margaret Hylton was he
sister's maid of honor. She, wor
a formal gown of coral berry, fash
ioned with a net fichu stole, strap
less velveteen bodice and polonaise
drape which superimposed the ga
thered nylon net skirt. She wore
a coral 'berry "velveteen bandeau
and Carried a bouquet of blue and
white pom poms. - ' ,
.Mrs. Aubrey W. Miles and MisF
Esther Dowdy, pf Roanoke' were
bridesmaids. They wore gowns
and bandeaus of azure blue, velve
teen and nylon net fashioned iden
tically to. that of the hcmo& attend
ant. They carried bouquets, of cor
al and white, carnations, -niv;
David Cox. , Jr.". .. waa - his vaonv
best - man. . D.on Kemp,,, Fred
tafe Raymond Taylpr and Donald
Harper,, all ot Roanoke. Were ufih-
. A, reception, -given 'by lhe-brideV
parents, took place at the church
immediately following the cere
mony. ' ' , " ,
V Mr. and Mnti Pete Thompson an
nounce -the .birth of a daughter!
S'von Patricia, born Thursday.
"Ck U.ber 18. at the Albemarle Hot-
1' '. Mrs. Tfiompnon and daujfh
.nri horn luonday ut!,i are
: Members of the Parent-Teacher
Association of the Hertford Gram
mar School "and Central Grammar
School are now acting as subscrip
tion agents for The Perquimans
Weekly, seeking renewals to your
home-county newspaper, and will
continue this drive to raise funds
for" the next three weeks.
The groups are working inde
pendently of each other, in a drive
to help raise funds for school equip
ment usually furnished by PTA.
The Perquimans Weekly is paying
each group a substantial commis
sion, on all subscriptions sold and
subscribers who renew their sub
scriptions through the PTA will be
Helping the local schools and at the
. same tinte' they are paying for
1 their home ne'vspa per for another
year. - -
All subscriptions taken by the
PTA will be; marked up at the end
of 'the present expiration of the
subscribers. Thus if a subscriber's
paper expires January 1, the renew
al given a PTA member will run
from January to January the fol
Each street in Hertford and
each community in the county has
a PTA representative seeking re
newal subscriptions and subscrib
ers are urged to cooperate by giv
ing their renewals to the solicitors
calling at the individual home.
No notices of expirations will be
sent to subscribers following the
close of the PTA drive. However,
subscriptions which have expired
by that time will be discontinued.
If you have not renewad your
Subscription as yet do so today
through a member of the PTA.
, Four Hereford . residents have
been awarded Certificates of i Ap
preciation by the National Founda
tion for Infantile Paralysis for
more than 30 years of service to
this organization, and for com
munity service in helping in the
(york to stamp out polio.
Presentations of the awards
were made Tuesday night at the
meeting of'the Hgrtford Rotary
Club when Silas M. Whedbee and
Max Campbell received certificates
for 10 years of service and Dr. T.
P. Brinn and James Newby receiv
ed, certificates for five years of ser
vice to the National Foundation.. .
The certificates, signed by Basil;
TConnor. president of the National
organization, were presented the
local men by Robert L. Hollowell.
Next Cancer Clinic -;
Is November 2nd
The Northeastern Cancer Clinic
will be held on Friday afternoon.
November 2, with registration be
ginning at 1 o'clock. A free chest
X-ray will be given to anyone wish
ing it along with the examination
of the five areas of the body where
cancer is most easily found and
cured. ' t" ;5V'-"
'There are no limitations as to
x, race, physical or economic stat
us at the center. However, wo
men should be 35 or more; men
should be 40 or over unless refer
red bv a doctor, or unless one of
the "Seven Danger Signals" or
"symptoms" are present. ;
Only 30 people can be seen .at
the Center each month due to limit
ed facilities, so , it is suggested
that anyone whotwishes to be as
sured of an appointment should,
write 'the Cancer Center, Elizabeth
City, 'N. C.J-for a priority. 'Ex
aminees' are asked to bring a robe
or housecoat with them. ' '
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT V
Sergeant and Mrs. Wirth Chory
of Augsburg, Germany, announce
the. -birth' of a. son. Wirth Chory.
Ji., born Sunday, October 21. Mrs.
Chory is the former Miss Ida Lee
White. . ' ;.. ,
. Dr. and Mrs. G. R. Tucker, Jr.,
from the We of Palms, S, C, an
nounce the birth of a son, G. R.
Tucker HI. born October, '. 19th.
Mrs."Tucker is ' the former' Miss
Funds Sought For
Members of the Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee, headed by W. F.
Ainsley, chairman, are in the midst
of a fund raising campaign to raise
the county's quota to help defray
expenses of the Democratic Party
in the current election campaign.
Mr. Ainsley stated the county has
been asked to raise $400 for its
quota this year.
Final Rites Held
Funeral services for William
Beverly Tucker, who died Wednes
day of last week in a hospital at
Twin Falls, Idaho, were conduct
ed Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at the Hertford Methodist
Church by the Rev. James Au
man, pastor of the church.
. During the services "Be Still My
Soul" was sung by a quartet com
posed of Mrs. B. G. Koonce, Mrs.
Thomas Sumner, Mrs. Charles E.
Johnson and Mrs. Charles Skinner.
They were accompanied at the or
gan by Miss Kate Blanchard.
Mr. Tucker, a life-long resident
of Hertford, was a member of the!
official board of the Hertford
Methodist Church for many years;
he was a member of the Hertford
Fire Department and served as its
financial officer for a number of
Pallbearers were E. .; Lindsay
Reedf Durward F. Reed, Jr.T Paul
fucker, Beverly Tucker, Tim Brihn,
Claude Brinn, Jay Dillon and W. E.
Drake. : . .. .
.Interment, was made in Cedar-wond-Cemetery.
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District 4-H Recognition Day
In Edenton Saturday, Oct. 27
':"':'V.' ' fr-..',' ;. - ,J -:'
The Eastern District 4-H Recog-j
lition Day will be held in Edenton
Saturday, October 27. Delegates
will assemble at the Chowan Coun
ty Court House at 10:15 A. M., af
ter which they will be taken on a
tour of the Cupola House, Court
House, St. Paul's Church, and oth-i
er interesting places.
The group will adfcmble at the
Masonic Temple at 12:30 P. M.,
where, they, will have lunch and re-
Wf I ft l-tf 4 '
will 'deliver We main ad-
dress. He, will he. introduced .by
Miss.'RoAnceTii.iltifttlcl Hdmfej its quota of 85 pints of blood for
AgerftM' rf-5' ' iJi -:';this trip of the bloodmobile.
John Piland, District Farm '" The unit will be located at the
Agent, will recognize guests. Ly-. MuiciPal Building (n Hertford
man B. Dixon, Assistant State 4-H ' Monday frori '.10 A. M., until 4
Leader, will announce the district p- M- nd a Red Cross staff will be
winners. present to receive the blood con-
All active 4-H members In the Wbutions.
Eastern District who submitted! Mr' Wh,te Pointed oUt that the
project records for the district knd"086 of this Pr&m is to sup-
State competition on October 1,
1956. those who participated in the
district demonstration contest in
1956, members of judging teams in
1956. and those who submitted in
dividual crop records for the dis
trict and State competition in
1955 are eligible to attend the Dis
trict Recognition- Day. ' ' ' ;;
,. The Eastern District is compris
ed; of sixteen 'counties, and this is
the-second' time that' the recogni
tion has been held in' Edenton. the
event -being ' held ' "here ' in 1955
Wade Marr To Speak
At Rotary Prty 7,
yj'. " i'
Wade Marr, well known after
dinner speaker of Elizabeth City,
will headline the program here next
Tuesday when members of the
Hertford Rotary Club entertain
their wiyves and a number of spe
cial : guests at a Halloween party
at the Hotel Hertford.
. V. N. Darden. Robert L. Hollo
well . and Jack Kanoy comprise the
coinrpkhn jfrrangenjpitsi fo,tho
pfitv and Wj( ilvfJaviiia.iirefudent
oi me-ciuD; - ' -;-
Damages estimated at $100 were '
sustained by the County Agricul
tural Building last Saturday when
a car driven by Roger Evans crash
ed into the stoop of the building,
breaking down one of the porch
columns and a brick sidewall of
Evans, who submitted to a charge
of reckless driving in connection
with the accident, stated he be
came temporarily blinded by on
coming headlights of another car
when he swerved into the building.
He paid for the damages to the
building and the costs of court. s ,
Other cases heard by Recorder
Judge Chas. E. Johnson at this
week's session of court included
those in which -William Worthing
ton, W. T. Frank, Joseph Casser
and ' Andrek Mosainski entered
I pleas of guilty to charges of speed
ing and each paid the costs of
couri aner ne suDmittea to a speed
' Herbert Thigg, Negro, was found
guilty on two counts, assault with
a deadly weapon and destroying
property. He was given a 60 day
jail sentence, to be suspended upon
payment of a fine of $25 and costs
Prayer for judgment was con
tinued in the case in which Oliver
Layden, Jr., submitted to a charge
of driving to the left of the center
James Lee Foster, Negro, enter
ed a plea of guilty to a charge of
driving without a license; as a sec
ond offense he was given a 60 day
jail sentence, to be suspended upon
payment of a fine of $50 and costs ,
Willie' Spires, an escapee from a
Gatesville Prison Camp,, waived a
iMeliminary hearing on charges of..
breaking and entering the service
stations of Fred Window and Shel
ton Morgan, at IWinfall, and these
cases were set upon the docket of
Superior Court for action at the
Novemfiererm'of Superior Court.
DIUUllI I lUUIlU I U
'Billy White, chairman of the Per
quimans County Red Cross Blood
program, announced today that the
bloodmobile will visit Hertford next
Monday, October 29. to collect
blood for the Red Cross Blood
' He urged the public to
spon(J to the appeal to become b!
donors and heln th fnnntw nn
ply blood to hospitals in this area
to provide free blood transfusions
to residents of counties cooperating
with the program. The only cost
for these transfusions when given
is the fee charged by the hospital
for the actual administering of the
During the past several weeks a ;
drive to acquaint county residents
with the benefits of this program
has been conducted and the local
committee is hopeful a sufficient
number of blood donors will answer
this appeal and be present when the ,'
bloodmobile visits here Monday.
TR Board Meeting .
Scheduled Nov. I ,
Archie T, Lane, president of the
Pasquotank - Perquimam - Camden'
Tuberculosis Association, asks all
members serving on the TB Board
to meet November 1. at 8 d'elock
P. M.. in the Agriculture Building
on Elliott and Colonial Avenue in
Elisabeth City. '
This is the only Fall meeting of
the Board of Directors and all
members are , urged to be pwwi t
and bring their friends.
Visit Here Monday