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Hertford. Perquimans County, North Carolina, Friday, August 12, 1960.
6 Cents Per Copy.
J Plan ' are' ' now
lr4 for the election
2,00 ASC community committee
men " who 'will assist in admin
istering the ASC farm"' programs
s in North Carolina during 1981,
Each,' year an election is held
itt which three ASCJ conimiti
teemen'and two alternate com-
mitteemen are elected j to serve
la each ASC community in ' the
i .ate. . Three ASC county Com
mi ttwmn - and - two ' alternate
committeemen , are alsq elected may not rea,,ze ll- but they are
in each county . after ' comply jtakm ne of tneir last ferry
tlpn of the' romrriunity elections. "des across he Alligator
George Bellmon, Perquimans jtt'ver-
County ASC Office Manager, The activity underway "at the
says that the election procedure western shore of the river is
ftfr this year will be very much' part of the job of spanning the
the- same - as in prior years.', waters of the Alligator with a
Elections, he said, will', be toy. bridge, eliminating ferry service
ballot box atv" designated com-, and providing a rdirect access' to
munity polling places through
out the county.,
; . fhese elections Bellmon ex- the largest ever built in North
pla,ined will be - conducted un-Carolina, will! be under traffic
de the supervision of a Coun-' and the three ferries which now
ty Election Board in i-- every 'transport vehicular traffic across
v county in the" state. " Thesel tlie river will no ;; longer be
election boards are set up as' needed.
; prescribed by the Secretary pf j Opening of .the bridge to traf
Agrkulture and the membership fic" will bring the Dare resort
as ; made up includes the Coun-j areas" closer to the central part
ty Aent; County Meads- of the'of the state iy some 40 miles.
Sol Conservation Service and; The bridge will provide a shot in
Farmers Home Administration' the arm for ajl tourist interests
and representatives of, the FarmJ m tho area and will mean un
Bureau. The county ' election' interrupted driving along U. S.
board met, hamed ' a secretary 64. - - " '
: and , selected community elec-I Another bridge scheduled for
;v tion boards and designated the' future letting is the Oregon In
1 polling places and.: location ; of, let structure, providing quicker
the county convention. . , (access to Hatteras Island and the
Bellmon further brought out
the . fact that the ASC com
munity committeemen serve
throughout the .-' year advlsingi
thai neighboring farmers of Jie
current provisions of their fed-:
eral "farm programs
A Hertford business, In opera
tion here for 49, years, closed its
doors foe the last time las i Sat
urday, t .... v
I'-. The business-, 3. Brou gh ton &
Brother, a partnership Was dis-1
Rolved bv the deaths of 'the own ',
eis, and was operate or a? Several inilea away, . a traUer
short time by the co-administra-jPrk wa set up to accommodate
tors, -John Broughtonf Jr.,' aid the T. A. Loving Company em
Howard BrOughton.x i 5 V .,'ployees who, will call .Sandy
Arrangement 'were completed. point home- to the next. two
last week whereby the femain- 4 . ..
ing stock of th. store was sold Thebigges 'o U yours elf
in 1U ntirety and the business project ever witnessed Vftd
1, Hr J nt th.t itl ". ese parte was set p onry a
The firm owed current weekly
bills in the amount' of only
$27.30 as of that' date, thus es
tablishing some kind of a record.-
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Funeral .- services for Benja
" mini James Thatch, 80, who died
Wednesday afternoon at hia
home on Route -1 following an
illness of four months, were held
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock in
the ' Bethel Baptist v Church by
the Rev. Bryan Holloraan, pas
tor. ' '
: The church choir' sang "Some
time We'll Understand" and
"Rock of Ages.' .They were ac
companied by Miss Maude., Lee
Corprew. 's ' , ,
The casket pall' wis made of
white mum.?, white , glads, red
carnations and fern. .
Pallbearers were 'Juljan ho"".,
John Corprew, Wilbur Era! ,
Dewey Petty, Jr.. Joseph Pre .r
and Lloyd, Evans. ., v v '
Interment was - in Hie church
cemetery.,.' ' v - ' ..
v. : Hathr nty To
4 WW 1
?rea'ch Here Zzzlzy
tlie-.Rev. O. L. Hathaway of
""alclfih,. foVm-iuperintc- '-jr.t
of the Fayetteville Distr t cf the
I, -thodnt 'Conference,
f :-...t preacher at the
Ilsf otVpt Church on
At.' ! !' '
foeing- Joj-mi:'nl-'M (p'-H Of
;ionrof around LVMK, iiLJ V,.J
itw nmmitta- ,!, . . 1 ' .1' : 11
In Extern Cac!:na
, According to the State High
way Commission, visitors , to
North Carolina's Outer Banks
the Outer Banks. By the sum
mer of 1962 the;; bridge, one of
Seashore National Park, first of
iw ina iu ii lc iiwuuii, - ,
A new way of life has been
predicted for all of Northeastern
North Carolina with' the comple
tioii of the - bridges. , Several
years ago, the Umstead Bridge
at Manns Harbor was opened to
traffic and since that time
has ' been , iltf
tions and restaurants have ap
peared and' party boat fishermen
report increased business.' 1
This community 1 already is
witnessing a change. The unde
veloped country around the' fer
ry landing has been transformed
into a miniature City, complete
with 'night watchman and long
before actual construction was
begun' on ' the bridge, crews
moved ihto the area and built a
harbor for "use in transporting
materials to and from the scene.
1 Imw ' MMn.aliAM nrhanl T .rv,r
ing" makes his own prestressed
concrete piles and girders for the
bridge. ; , The -casting yard was
built on the spot as an economy
measure,, saving the cost of
transporting - piles and girders
from I commercial yards a far
away as Raleigh or Wilmington.
By building the piles andi
girders at the, construction site,
the 1 Goldsboro- contracting. 1 firm
has; established a first in North
Carolina ro&d-bullding. .This, is
the' first time that a contractor
has ' undertaken; the. job of, cast
ing his own piles and girders on
location, according to Loving's
superintendent on the job, G. B.
'The casting yard consists of
two casting' beds, equipped to
cast six piles each at a time. , The
piles, ranging in length from 46
to 94 feet, are reinforced with
20 strands of v716 inch .cable,
roanufactured"in' Italy. r Some of
t'.e first- piles -put into place on
the bridge were reinforced with
Japanese-made cable, according
to Trimble, who said the orig
inal shipment from Italy was de
layed in port In New York by
the longshoremen's strike. , ,
Jt takes 7 cubic yards of con
crete to cast a 94-foot pile, and
12 hours later, after steam curing
at 150 degrees, there emerges a
'tortt pile, weighing more than
1) tons, and ready, to take its
'place in the new bridge.
Following the-curing -process,
Co piles are transported by
era re to a storage area nearby,
? t the bridge site out over
' -7 yard also is euip
t t S tii Jar8 tt 0' 3
TIME MARCHES SLOWLY A survivor of less hurried days;
lowly throueh St. Peter's Sauare in Vatican City.
ACP Open To All
Farmers Of County
All 'ftmers in Perquimans
County who have not participat
ed in the 1960 Agricultural Con
servation- - Program and who!
have conservation problems onj
their farms should call at - the'
ASC office in Hertford between
August . 15 and : September I,
George, Bellmon, Perquimans
County ASC Office Manager, gym, featuring commercial and'
said, today ' in announcing ' the hobby exhibits and handicraft.
Fall Sign-Up, I Sponsored by the Farm Ex-
' In signing a request under tension Service, the festival, dei
the i960 ACP to carry out ap-'spite an intense heat wave,
proved soil t and water cbnser-1 drew county residents , of all
.vaiion practices, the farmer ages who walked about the large
does not ' obligate himself in gala decorated exhibit floor
any way, but . he does make viewing the farm 'and commer
himself eligible for program as- cial exhibits and the handicraft
sistance in carying out needed arts shown by .merchants and
conservation practices.: - 'members of the community, A
Tmnnrta nt' .nViimwmnn. nn new exhibit which drew much
u ' 7 . -.ui. attention was that of the County ."T1 .lu "mL.c u,c "
there r.i .1 A 'l..,r..i T" Historical Society .which Wl before the public -to get a gen-
trrX";lr,,': lar number of .histarie relic, J ISS MjJlMi..1: ?
titol "T, . . ' ' iiori, . ""r. a"V, . J people oi t-erquimans county to
urges aii' -farmeii'sl' Who have a
need for any of ' the following
practices "on his farm to visit
the ASC office during, he
IT D..fl. ,
(1) Establishment of a Per
manent Protective Cover; (2) Es
tablishment of Additional Pro
tective vegetative , tover )inj
r r rt ; . o tt, . m 1
Planting; .(4), Korest .Improve-
ment; (5) - Winter . Cover Crops;
(6) . Year-Around Cover; , (7)1
T V- . Vg,,
andor,. LivestocK Water; (8)j
age; - (9) - Tile -' Drainage; (10)
Lime on Farmland' (legumes and
grasses; (11) ' Establishment of
Fescue in Crop. Rotation. - r
Have Busy Month
Hertford police , had a busy
month during July,, according to
a report made to the ' town board
Monday night by Police Captain
B. L. Gibbs. ';;-; '.v
(A "total of 29 arrests were re
ported along with morf than' 100
Other activities. The arrests in-,
eluded -12 drunks one speeder,
four for assault, three' for reck-
less driving,; , three for larceny
and six miscellaneous. Twenty-
eight of those arrested were
found guilty by the court and
one defendant found not guilty.
The department answered and
investigated 45 calls, fouf acci
dents, end extended 50 court
esies. -Routine checks . revealed
1 1 ' doors were ' found left un-
locked and 17 ' lights reported
The police car. was driven a
total of 2,489 miles, an average
0? 80.3 miles per day and the
car used 240 gallons of, gasoline,
and,, five quarts of .' dil
Anderson , Church
To Hold Revival ,
'Anderson Methodist , Church
announces a revival service' to j - , . . . .
be conducted at the 'church, he- tj.-.J--.Jj, furf -ginning
August 14. and continu-l IMCOraer 8U)U
ing- through August is. The-In Recess Tuesday
Rev. Tracy Varum of , Marshall
berg, N. C, 1 will be the visit
ing minister. -Services- will be
ning at , 8 oV:!
the Hev. T.a '
, c i-
Draw Large Crowd
Perquimans County's annual
Farm Festival drew another rec-
or( crowd here last Wednesday !
when the event was conducted in.
the Perquimans High School;
Judging of the individual ex
hibits ' Was conducted Monday
Sign-.night and the winners were an-
- In the individual judging, Tal
madge .Lewis and Mrs. A. E.
, Layden were ' selected Mr. and
Mrs. f arm Festival. Mrs. Lay
den Won 19 ribbons and Lewis
nine. - . I
Blue ribbon winners were as
'Ftold Crops - W. W. Bundy,
Mre , M T . Griffin. Tpm Madre.
Raymond Sure, Mrs. Tom . Ma
dre, Warner Madre; meats and
poultry; products Claude Wil
liams Billy Williams, Mrs. M.
T. Griffin, W. W. Bundy; horticultures-Mrs..'
George v Winslow,
Georgia K. Winslow, Mrs. McCoy
Phthisic, Michael. '.C Matthews,
Mrs. A. E. Layden, Jimmy Har
rell, Jr.,' Mrs. Willie Lamb, Mrs.
M. T. Griffin, Mrs. Estes Cope
land, Mrs. W. , D. . Perry, Mrs.
Raymond . Eure, W. T. Lewis,
Paul Ward. ,;'
Clothing Mrs. Edgar Long,
Mrs. W. C. Dozier, Mrs. "Vernon
Harreli; .Mrs.. ; Sam Trueblood,
Mrs! Onedia v Cartwright, Mrs,
Ernest . Sutton, Mrs. Mark Greg-
Mrs. Ed Wilder, Janice
Stnntonr hakeH' Ponds Marcia
' Copcland, Mrs. Warner Madre,
MrSi gstes Copeland, Mrs. George
winslow, Georgia K. Winslow.
Canned Goods Mrs. ' W. D.
perry, Mrs. A. E. Layden,1 Mrs.
( Billy Winslow, Mrs., Raymond
1 Eure,' Mary Beth Hurdle,- Mrs.
j. B. 1 Basnight, Mrs. ' Walton
Lane, Mrs. Raymond Stanton,
Mrs. - Ed Wilder, Mrs. - M. T.
Griffin, Mrs. - McCoy Phthisic;
ilowers - Mrs. Claude Winslo,
Mrs. A. fe.' Lavden. Mrs. WDlie
1 Lmb. Annette Cartwricht Mrs.
K. J. Proctor,-. Mrs -.Evelyn Bar
relL Mrs. Raymond Stanton,
- Mrs. E. W- Dunsmoor, Mrs. M.
.irCriffjiii. ' . '
pell,' Elizabeth .King, -Mrs. Beu-
lah Winslow, Mrs. Archie White,
Mrs. ,Oneida Cartwright, Vennie
CartwriCht Mrs. Webb, Mrs
Nt FuTfnrH Marearet Ainslev grounds the project would cause
22 S r y',ierious damage to lands within
Perquimans i Recorder's ' Court
m,p Tnpjtdav due to
' the absence from the city
Solicitor S.' ' M. Whedbee. . All j
ca s' , the c'wkn we been.
nt V 3 court t- .
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this old donkey cart rolls
, Faced with changing customs
as well as laws, a number of
merchants in Hertford are giv
ing some thought to rearrang
ing the hours during which
stores remain open, ' especially
on , Saturday night.
This reporter has been re
quested to place the "thoughts'
la proposal that cooperating
stores : will stay, open on Sat
urday 'nifihts only until seven
It is to be understood, at the
present time, no definite action
has been taken but the mer
chants want their i patrons to
discuss the matter freely with
them 'and ,give the merchants
their views concerning such, a
plan.-- The interested merchants
feel they can arrive at a de
cision' if , they have the- views
of their customers toward this
end,. . . "'"
Likewise, this newspaper will
print any letter to the editor
a person desires to write and
publicly state his views on the
subject of stores closing ' at 7
P. M. ' Please remember, the let
ters to be published, must be
signed by the writer.
The ' proposition concerning
Customer Views On
Saturday Hours !
ing aiuiva ui nciiiuiu - uiMaitig vasiro guvei mucin iut iu ticuuns
i 'hi. ,rt Wi. .;m.mm.,l... in.
come about by practices being
followed in other communities,
along with changing customs inl
the employment of personnel., Senate this week the U. S. gov
Also, many stores are 'affected, eminent had stepped up military
or will be affected, through n- alertness in view of the world
forcement of wage and hour situation and more money is be
laws now in force, or proposed, ing spent to keep the U. S. the
on the state and federal 'levels,
ti.w. v,, . -rtnt
0,1 v.i v..-
cernim? thh nronosed i earlv
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Saturday closing, please let
your . merchants know about .it.
No Decision Made
On Drainage Plan V
The State Highway Commis
sion, .meeting .in New -Bern
Thursday, of last week, took no
action on a proposal for installa
tion of a. culvert in U. S. High
way 158 to provide drainage of
land 'owned by Washington For
est, Inc, located in Pasquotank
County. I . X:' . '. '.-v
. Between 35 and 40 property
owners in Perquimans County
traveled to "New Bern for , the
purpose' of presenting a petition
to-the commission opposing the
installation of a culvert on the
C.r; Holmes -represented the
Perquimans petitioners and he
urged the commission' to rule
against the proposal, pointing
out the proposal was made by a
nrivte corDoration for private
ofgaln. ','' The commission in'; dc
f erring' - a- decision Urged both
partiet- to try to. work out a sat-
. factr-y. e-retaneat on the, gitu-
Effort Being Made
To Secure Another
Doctor In County
' Hertford and , Perquimans j
County will be1 receiving in- i
creased medical coverage about!
January 1, 1961:. if efforts1 now
being made by Interested par- ,
ties are successful in completing ;
arrangements fpr p young rloctorl
to locate in Hertford.
Dr. T. P. Biinn, who with oth
ers are in contact with this doc
tor concerning his future loca
tion, stated he is a graduate of
the University of North Carolina
and has had experience in the
field of medicine -while in the
military service. He is presently
taking post-graduate work in
obstetrics at Wake Forest Col
lege. He is married and has
u : t j
Efforts to bring this young
nnnrnr - tn Mnt'iinmanc I'nnntv '
have been underway for several
months and at the present time
the outlook is very favorable
that he will locate in Hertford.
While arrangements are as yet
incomplete, it was pointed out
should the community be sue-
c-essful in acauirine this doctor
, a rw
ne win oecome a pan oi mis
community, devoting full time'
to a practice of medicine among
the people -of Perquimans Coun
ty. Tins Week s
President Eisenhower delivered
a speech to the reconvened Sen
ate Monday calling for enact
ment of some 22 pieces of legis
lation which included several
items that had previous atten
tion from Congress. ,; According
to reports from Washington,
party members in Congress are
jockeying for position which
will be of help -4n the election
eamrHienanhoufch some -com- (
mentators believe the Congress,
hoping to adjourn by Labor Day,
will not become involved in too
much politics during this session
but will rather pass what bills
that .need be adopted and then
adjourn until January.
The United Nations is work
ing to avoid possible war in the
Congo over a situation whiph
republic by Belgium. This week ,
the UN Security Council ordered
Belgian troops to evacuate Ka
tanga as a step toward avoiding
an African uprising.
, Cuba took over additional Am
erican property this week follow-
Ul4n onamiU Kir Ipiilat
uFij''JZJAA ba'nks- monev on hand, accounts
Castro in which he repudiated . .. i .i
any ties with the United States. I receivable shares of slock own
Meanwhile, the Organization of,ed,b-v 'nd'VKhials. -;
American States denounced the
. . . , ..
filtrate this hemisphere.
, President Eisennower told the
strongest' military power in the
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worm, ne 101a me oemue ine
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J , KJ. U OVU'IM W lit LVftf
More than 1,000 Democrats, 1
headed by Governor Luther
Hodges and Terry Sanford, gath
ered in Raleigh Tuesday for the
opening of the state campaign
.w .I :Kv3T"w7r
The rally was one of harmony
. 1 . .
and good fellowship as it de
veloped plans for the coming
campaign.- - i
Indians To Start :
Coach Ike Perry ' announced
today football practice for the
I960 Perquimans Indians will
tart next Monday, August 15.
! Uniforms will be issued at 9
O'clock Monday morning at the
high school gym and pre-season
drills will start Monday after-
Coach Perry requests all stu-
dents at Perquimans High School to sponsor the children's Christ
who desire to try out for. the mas program and to further im
team to repor at he gym by 9 prove the community and. coun-
o'clock Monday morning to re -
ceive a uniform and instructions
Concerning the- pra-school prac
tic iessions. .
Electric Rate And
New Building Code
4-11 Health Queen
The Perquimans County 4-H
neaun tueen ana King were
given state honors at 4-H Club
,Week in Raleigh.
Carolyn Faye Rogerson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Rogerson, Jr., of Route 2, Hert
ford, and Vernon Winslow, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Winslow
of Route 2, Hertford, were
named in the hlue rihhnn urnnn
I of North Carolina i-H Health
Improvement Kings and Queens
at the State Health Pageant at
North Carolina 4-H Club Week.
I They have boih been active in
home, community and school ac
tivities. They were chosen on
the basis of personal, family and
wmmunity ie;ith improvements
ik th ..,,) : ,i
y cai .
Vernon was the president of
the Perquimans County 4-H
Council and has participated on
committees and acted as a lead-
er in many capacities. He has
given the forestry demonstration
Among her activities, Carolyn
Faye is secretary-treasurer of .
the 4-H County Council and has
headed the finance committee,
She has been county dairy foods
winner for two years and has
beeh district canning winner for
Town And County
Perquimans County and the
Town of Hertford on Tuesday
received checks in the amount of
$10,049.08 in the division of
sfate 'collected intangible "taxes
for 1960 as' reported by Allen
Paschel of - the State Board of
Perquimans County's share of
the collection amounted to $8,-
917.67 while the Town of Hert-
'ford received $1,131.41
Total amount paid the two lo
cal governmental units amount
ed to $2,204.28 more than was
received from this source during
1959. The state collected a to
tal of $10,004,784 and retained
$637,283 as a collection fee. The
funds are collected from such
sources as money on deposit in
' 1 CLCIV. "
Perquimans County are estimat
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the preparation of the an-I
if"81 get and divided among
"e vanous funds ?' Uw.count3r.
s Pe"mtting a iesser tax rate
than would be possible without
receipt of these funds.
THOMAS BUTT RECORDED
In the Saturday morning ses
sion of North Carolina Yearly
.Meeting, wnicn was neia ai
.Guilford College August
1 Pknm P Rut Crtrt rf M, o r, H
'"""r . . .
I mis. iscicic uu ui it?w nupc,
was recoraea (oraameaj as a
minister of the Gospel in the
Religious Society of Friends.
Thomas,- a former member of
Piney Woods Meeting at Belvi
dere, served as student pastor
lof the Concord Meeting near
Greensboro for the past . ?
Ivpar whilp ffettinff his training
years while getting his tra.nmg
at Guilford College.
He was -called to pastor the
Bethesda : Meeting near . Duiu
the first of July.
11c to jnai I
ried to the former Mary Una
"l .,,. ""
three children, Tommy, Phyllis
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1 JAYCEE CALENDAR
PROJECT UNDER" W
The Hertford , Jaycees are
now in the process of conduct-
ing ' their annual birthday , cal-
endar sale, proceeds from which
will be used by the organization
fhe public is urged ,to cooper
Jate with the Jaycees on tail
And King Honored
i Hertford Town Board, meeting
here in regular, session Monday
,Tught, authorized a study to be
made concerning- electric power
rates when used to cool or heat
homes and buildings. This .ac
tion is in line with other util
ity facilities furnishing electric
current for new appliances such
as heat pumps, now gaining fav
or as the method for heating of
No action was taken pending
this study on a request made by
W. W. White for reconsideration
of a utility bill for the new
Post Office building which uses
this type of appliance,
i The board also discussed adop
tion of a building code which
will provide authority to the
Hertford board to condemn de
lapidated buildings as fixe haz
ards. Hertford is presently op
erating under the state code but
the board expressed an opinion
a code written solelv for the
town 'ill give the board defin
ite power not included in the
state code. Pending adoption of
a code, the board will have a
representative of the Department
o Insurance to come to Hertford
for the purpose of conducting a
SUrvey of buildings and homes
,antj compje a 'report on action
needed to be taken against
Dr0Dertv owners who have Der-
to become a
Anotlier discussion centered
around further action to speed
up collection of delinquent taxes
and the town attorney was in
structed to begin immediately
foreclosure proceedings against a
number of pieces of real estate
for which the town holds tax
liens. The town clerk was also
authorized to proceed with ac
tion toward levying against per-.
sonal property for the collection
of delinquent personal property
The board named R.,C. 'Elftot.r,,
fire chiuf and. Commissioner Wi v
A. White as delegates to the .
State Firemen's convention to be.
conducted . at Carolina Beach
next week and appropriated the ,
sum of $100 to cover expenses
of the delegates to the conven
tion. F. T. Britt, town superintend
ent, was instructed to carry out
the annual project of cutting
grass and weeds on vacant lots
where property ' owners have
failed lb do so. Charges of this
work will be made against the
The board also authorized the
town clerk, during the annual
aunit or me 1 own s uuus. ij
write off delinquent personal
taxes of individuals known to
have been dead for a period of
five years or more,
Members of ' the Hertford
Lions Club were given a detail
ed report on the Boy Scout
Camporee held during July at
Little Creek, Va., when the
Scoutmaster, Marvin Simpson
and two Scouts, Paul Gregory
! ' v '
and Howard Robertson were
guests at the. Lions meeting last
The Scouts told about the
more than 4,200 boys attending
the camporee and the activities.
The Scouts were divided into
patrols with 42 boys being as-
i signed each patrol. ' Scouts from
i Hertford . Troop 155 , comprised
. '. . . . ,
u each wftn
a- blue ribbon for their .camping
perfomianceS: J Total points won
the local trols were
1 1.290 points.
"The local Scouts were accom-
panied to 7he ; po . hy
Softntmaster Simnsnn and E. C..
Woodard: The Hertford troop is
sponsored by the Lions Clifb.
MRS. LELAND SADLER ,'
Word was received here last
Sunday of the death of Mrs.
Madge" Gregory Sadler sister of
Gregdry at her home in.
c 'r Funra-al r-
Anderson, S. C. , Funerai ser
vices were conducted at Ander
son at 10 o'clock on Monday ,
morning, , . '.,
MASONS TO MEET
t-- Perquimans Masonic Lodge No.
106, A, T. it A. will meet
(Tuesday night tt 9 o'clock.