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Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Friday, Juiy 21, 1962.
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fntAlNING TRAIN -One of Japan's top runners works out
"-la Tokyo beside a remote controlled pace-maker. The mo-;'
' torlzed device contains a walkie-talkie system that advises
" pe athlete as he jogs along. 1
Hertford Seeks Information.
Concerning Government Aid
Oti low Rent Housing Projects
..Thei Town . of r' Hertford, ac
cording to Mayor V. N. Darden,
is' Investigating possibilities of
securing government aid in or
ganizing a Housing Authority for
the pup-pose of beginning ,an ur-
bait' 'renewal program in .this
tv During May, 1961,1 Public Law
412 was amended to permit
wns.with a population of 500
. ,. . , .
or.; more to participate in a pro-
gram' to develop low rent hous-'
tag .projects, thus provide ade-
quate housing for individuals in .
low income brackets who may
"s now; be living in sub-standard
housesi ,' :T'::-S '
' Hertford, according to Mayor
Darden, has requested George. N.
T..,Af-j -am rA.i.;.
" Ga. V meet with-'-the ,.Towb"toji:'!0
n .i . ...-.: !.."'. m t-1 onka once. A
unurn rui jvinnnHV. . aukdsi i. iue
the purpose ot exploring, thejde
'A&ib 'of'tlle'pfogram anff"B"ySs
1nuny- toWji'dsettihgAicn Vj
.i program. , . .. .. .,-.:.:,J
Vit'. v Jayo contacted the Mayor
sadvising '. him 'Hertford is how
eligibly ,to. participate in the proi
gram and Ipw cent housing pr,o-
jecjts. may. be acquieed if the ld
cal ; cortimupity- declares such ' a
need. The construction is under
taken by : a local bousing auth
ority " whictt is 'composed of five"!
, members who are appointed by
the Mayor and is organized in
compliance with .the State
Mr. . Javo pointed Out to the J
t Tn of Hertford his firm, with-
out; costs to the tdwn, will con-
'fefwith the .board, and act as
'atwuw - ui setuiHis ul
. teCJwhich it expects to continue
lervicei Under fees set by the
Haasing Authority. . ' ' '
JTayor Darden said Mr Javo
. had been asked to come to Hert
1 fofj jand discuss the situation,
: after 'which ihe. Board would
.ta puch action as , it deemed
advisable. ' ' , v -
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'tWe have some areas which
heljd re-development," the. Mayor
said "and if we 'can organize a
Hdttsing Authority' to provide
low rent housing, it' will be a
bo6m to our town." - -
Jj nest Earl Morse, 46, died
s eftly Tuesday morning. A
li.long resident or Perquimans
Cmintv. he had lived jW1 Route
3 r i : -st of . his ' lif e) it He' 'Was
the son of the late F.ay and Mrs.
Elorence. Sawyer Morse and a
member of the New Hope Meth
odist Ciiurch. . , fti-
Survivin'j are his widow, Mrs.
Annie Fau::. e Cv.I -tt Morse;
T "s. Earlihe
' Ty G
'. -;-se; all
. . :ta Ty
' I ?. Poro-
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A hearing has been tentatively
set for April 28 at which time
Clerk nf Court W. H. Pitt will
act Upon the ; proposal of the
Perquimans Board of Education
to acquire some 7.2 acres of land
! owned by the S. P. Jessup heirs
r;ne purpose or expanaing la-
cilities at the Perquunans Union
school. ' - v
Negotiation8 betWeen t the
(Board of Education and the land
owners reached an impasse con-
cerning - the price of the land
and the Board, of Education in
April ordered its attorneys to
'iile uit under the staje statutes
dealing wiu ' condemning lana
ifor school use after it was, un-
I t It-
Funeral , Jervices i for'' Mrs. : Al
pine Onteyv Holloweli, 70, of 213
North Church Street, who died
at her home Friday morning at
11 o'clock after a long illness,
were - held Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock in the Chapel of
the Swindell Funeral Home by
Rev. Norman Harris, pastor
o the Hertfbrd Baptist Church,
assistftd ,bv the Rev. Fred Still.
past0E 'of the First Methodist
The casket pall was made of
white mums, pink' 1 carnations
and baby's breath.1" f
r Pallbearers were L. C. Wins
low, Jarvis Ward, V, NJ Dardeni
John' Coston Elton- Hurdle 'and
Henry Clay Sullivan.
' Interment . was in , Cedarwood
Cemetery. . .
'Mrs. Holloweli was -,a lifelong
rewdent of Perquimans County,
the daughter of the late Charles
Albert and Mrs. Laura Anne
Layden 'Onley,; wife of L. Nor
man Holloweli and a member of
the Hertford Baptist .Church.
Surviving besides her husband
are one daughter, Mrs.i Ru(h H,
Stevenson of Wynnewood, Pa.;
one son, Robert L Holloweli of
Hertford; two sisters,: 3im W E.
Huxter ot Richmond, . Va., ; and
Mrs. Rosse Bunch of Tyner; one
brother, Joe r Onley " of I Rt , 2,
Hertford; five grandchildren,
:. MSss'ESffle' Leei Atnan, home
"economics trainee ; agint I has
joined the . Perquimans : County
Extension ataff for six ;, .weeks.
She cmes .from' Jacksonville,
N. "CV' atid 'will be a; seuior ;at
East Carolina, 'College next; year.
Miss Atnan, who has been an
outstanding 4-H Club member
for nine years, will work with
1 II boys and girls and will par
ts in Perquimans County
; . during her stay. ' "',
Veds C. D. Bcrclif t
The marriage of Miss Emilie
Rebecca White and Carver De
Shield Barclift was solemnized
on Sunday, July 16, at Winfall
(Methodist Church. ,
; The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Delton
White Of Winfall " '
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barclift of
Durants Neck. : -'
The Rev. Chancie DeShield
Barclift of Durham," officiated
and music ' was presented by
Bobby, Jones, vocalist and Mrs.
Ray Harris, organist.
. Given in marriage by - her
father,' the bride wore a. street
length : wedding gown of white
peau de soie embroidered . with
alencon lace. The basque bodice
was designed with brief sleeves,
In rfppn nortrait neckline, finish
ed with appliqued lace medal-
ions. The full circular skirt ap
pliqued with lace medalions was
accented with court panels in the
back. Her veil was attached to
a cap of lace. She carried a
bouquet of carnations and step
hanotis on a Bible. ;
Mrs. Jack Rascoe, sister of the
bride, of Williamsburg, Va., was
matron of honor. She wore a
street length; Jace dress over
pink organza, and carried a cas
cade of pink carnations,
. The bridegroom's brother, W.
C. Barclift, was best man, Ush
ers were Joseph Butt of Wash
ington, D. C., and C. D. White,'
Jr., brother of the bride of win
fall 'v 'i,"-'"-""; " " 4'' ' 'V'.-iV-V
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The bride's,, mother, wore a
bW lace dresi hiwhite , ac-1
cssories and a. corsage, or wnue
ctfrnationS;' " The : "bridegroom's
mother wore' a Blue eyelet " em-1
broidered dress and white acces
sories an "a corsage of ( white
carnations. "- '"" ' -.v1' '
- After i a wedding trip y the
couple will 'make their home
near Hertford. '-i - ' ' V ;
. The bride is a' graduate of
East Carolina College and has
held a position as teacher at B.
Mi Williams Elementary School
for the past two years. The
bridegroom attended Louisburg
College -and." is. employed by
Jones and Temple Company of
Elizabeth City. ,
;; On Saturday night the bride's
parents entertained at a cake
cutting at their home. Members
of the wedding party and invited
guests attended. ,
D:2d Vcr. jsday
William Rudolph (Dock) Banks,
62, died Wxpectedly at 11:51
P. M., Wednesday in -the Albe
marle Hospital following an ill
ness of ten days. ' -He" was a na-
tiive of Perquimans County but
had lived in Williamston for sev
eral years prior to returning to
Perquimans County eight years
ago. He was employed by the
Griffin Motor Company in Wil
liamston and was former mana
ger of the Williamston bus sta
tion. :-':?- f, .' j i'," "-:'
He was the son of ' the la'te
Charles Poole " and Mrs Sadie
Bogue Banks and : husband cf
the 'late Vivian Smith Banks.
He was a member of the Berea
Church of Christ
Surviving are two daughters,
Mrs. Eleanor B. Thomas 'of Jack
sonville; Fla and Mrs. Sadie
B. Eure of Rt 3,Hptford; two
sons, Charles Mannon Banks of
Jacksonville, Fla., and Walter
Edward Banks of Rt 3, Hert
ford; live"- sisters, Mrs.': IMattie
Barclift, Miss -Wilma Banks, Mrs,
Helen Armistead, ' Mrs. Ruth
Jackson : and Mxs. Jessie Mae
Hancocki all of Greensboro; two
brothers, Tbad ' Eanks, : Rt 3,
Hertford and C. Clifford Banks
of Hertford; four .Tandchildren.
. The boiy, was rf noved to the
Ca 1 'I Fuuoral Tme pending
conij it-ion of . funeral arrange-
m, ".ts, - i
The f nily will be " at Ihe
' f !" s. C 'nd Eure, Rt.
Perquimans Recorder's Coui
in session here Tuesday witi
Judge ChaSi- E. Johnson presid
ing, disposed of 14 cases listed
on the docket and ordered two
defendants, Wilbur Owens and
Henry Chesson, held for bonds
of $100 after each had failed to
appear in court to answer to
charges filed against each of
A hnnri nnsfpH hv .Tnhn -Jfishpr.
charg6d with reckiess driving,
wag OTdered forfeited when
'rishn,. fnilort tn unrwar tor trial
at the scheduled time.
' Costs of court were taxed
against Curtis ': Highsmith, ; who
submitted to charges of having
improper registration. ' ' ; . ,' ..
A nol pros was taken in the
case in which Mae Lane was
charged with , following a. ve
hicle too closely. . '
Fines of $25 and costs were
taxed against Leroy Smith, Jr.,
A. L. Green and Francis Gregr
ory after each had entered pleas
of guilty to charges of driving
without a license.': : .
Costs of court were , paid by
James Outlaw, Negro, who sub
mitted to a charge of driving on
the left side of a street in Hert
ford. .'; ' ' . ." ly: '
Joseph Coakley, Negro, pafcJ
the court costs on a charge of
allowing an unlicensed operator!
o drive his motor vehicle. .
Submissions accepted by the
court included John Markham.
speeding,' costs; . Edgar Smoke,
speeding, $20;. . Joseph, Richard-
son. sneedinff S24- Rita Morris
son, speeaing, nna: niorns,
speeding, i $25;.. Carmine Spina,
speeding, $35; James ; Everett,
speeding,. ' costs; James . .-Palin,
speeding, $25. ';' .-v yri-
''Funeral services tor Obed
Thomas Winslow, Sri 66,' . who
died suddenly Monday morning
at 7 o'clock : at his home on
Route 2, were held Monday af
ternoon -at 2 o'clock in the cha
pel of the Swindell Funeral
Home by the Rev. D. B. Cruise,
pastor of the Peoples Methodist
Church. . :
'The Last Mile of the Way
was sung by Mrs. Melvin Cope
land and "Beyond the Sunset"
was sung by Mrs. Celia Chap
pell and Henry Copeland. They
wer accompanied by Mrs. J.
Ellie White, organist.
: The casket pall was made of
white mums, red carnations and
. ' Pallbearers were -Louis Lamb,
Joe Rogerson, Jr., Harold Cope
land, James Perry, Reuben Bac
cus and O. A. Chappell.
Burial followed in the Up
River ' Friends Cemetery at
. Mr. Winslow, -a farmer, was
the husband of the late Mrs.
Nora ; PWtyv Winslow and was
the son. of the late Joseph Ben
jamin and -Mrs. Ellen Chappell
Surviving are two daughters,
Miss Maude Beatrice Winslow of
Route 2 and Mrs. Robert John
son of Siler City, N. C; .three
sons, Carl .Ward Winslow, Car
son. Lee Winslow and Obed T.
Winslow, Jr.V all of Route 2;
three sisters, Mrs. Johnnie Bac
cus of Route 2, Mrs. Ester Jor
dan of Route 2, Edenton, and
Mrs. Mary Shipley of Baltimore,
Mr,, and 12 grandchildren.
Oi::rc!i Votes To
Members . of the Hertford
Baptist Church, in session Sun
day 1 voted to buy the ; Hotel
Hertford property which adjoins
the church on Market Street :,
' Mr. and Mrs. J.! H. Bagley,
owners of the hotel property, .it
was reported here this week, had
offered . the ' property to the
church for a stipulated amount
and it was ,oo this question the
church membership voted afflr-! Richard Bryant assistant farm
matively Sunday. . - :agentt !ffie Le Aman, home
Definite plans as to transfer t economics trainee agent, and
of the property -ownership, it Ui two adult , leaders will accom
understovi, 'is pending. fcpany the group. - . '
ANYONE. FOB FISHING?
South American earthworm
giant worm was picked up
game in the wilds.
County HD Club Women Give
Report On Attendance Annual
Farm Home Week In Raleigh
Miss Carroll McDonnell, an ' t N. C. State College. Home
outstanding graduate of Per-1 Demonstration members are en
' ... . . ' , , . . couraged to attend and partici
quimans High School, class of pate in tng activities. Mrs. c. T.
1961, has been awarded a $1,000 Rogerson, Jr., of the Belvidere
per year scholarship at Greens- Home Demonstration Club writes
boro College, according to an of her impressions and experi
announcement made today by E. , en,ci,S-
, , , ... . I The week began with nine
C. Woodard, principal at Per- lgdies Perquimans County
qunnans nign ocnooi.
Mr. Woodard stated he has re
ceived word from the Education
lesung service mai miss rac-
Donneir has been awarded the
WHHm T firnnt srtmlarshin to
' . . , 1. 7.
attpnrf fJrPPnsWn Cneee
miss Mcuonneu is ine aaugn-
ter of Mrs. Naomi Bright of
Route 3, Hertford.
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Ceci E.. WinsloW, Jr., " of
Winslow-Blanchard Motor Ccnti-
pany, Inc, in Hertford has been
appointed ; to : serve as area
chairman of the North Carolina
Automobile Dealers Association
for Perquimans County, it was
announced today by Rupert E.
Atkins, president. Winslow will
act a liaison . officer between
new car and truck dealers jn
Perquimans ' County and ; the
itate and national associations.
In announcing the appoint
ment President ; Atkins said
Winslow will keep his area in
formed of state and national af
fairs affecting the, retail auto
motive industry and will, advise
NCADA and NAD A , of local
happenings. Winslow will also'
head a county-wide membership
campaign for both organizations
in the fall. , !. . .. . -; '
The association is . extremely
fortunate in having such a cap
able person as Cecil E, Winslow,
Jr., to serve in this capacity, At
kins added, for the area Chair
man is a vital position in our
Perquimans 4-H'ers ;
To Annual Meeting
, State' 4-H Club Week wiU be
held in Raleigh at State College
on July 24-29. 4-H Club mem
bers from all over North'' Caro
lina will ; meet for demonstra
tions, dress revue, health page
ant talent contest and outstand
ing 4-H events. , The Perquim
ans County activity ' bus will
leave the Agriculture i Building
on Monday morning; Janice Rae
Stanton of Winfall will partici
pate in the, dress revue on Wed
nesday rtyjht'j; Joej; sjskfctt J of
Hertford will' compete in the"
state , boys' 'electric demonstra
tion contest Harriette and Billy
Williams will ; compete in the
poultry marketing demonstration.
Carolyn Faye Rogerson of Belvi
dere will participate In ' the
health pageant as ' Perquimans
County health queen.
Classes, will include teenage
nutrition, the " community 4-H
Club, citizenship and growth op
poVtuhitles in 4-H.
id una ii ill
Marte Latham shows off a rare
to TV figure Garry Moore. The
while Miss Latham hunted rare
j One of the highlights of Home
I Demonstration work is Farm
I Home Week held in Raleigh
' leaving Hertford early Tuesday
morning. They were Mrs. Louis
Winslow of Belvidere; Mrs. Fred
MnttuBUr. nt , HertfnrH: Mrs.
Warner Madre, Rt. 1, Hertford;
" " " '.. ,
Mrs. M. 1. urinin oi r-aenipn
Mrs r nnmp nuraie uuranis
Nppk. Mrs . Ellln UmDhiett. Rt.
, Hertford; Mrs. Melvin Eure,
Rt. 3, Hertford,, and the Home
Economics Agent Miss Ila Grey
Mcllweah. , . . , " "
"Registration began at 1:00
-P;, -M.Tatottftwe- hundred la-
dies, .watea eagerly in , line xor
the key. to their rooms. As the
day went on new friends, were
imade and old acquaintances re-
newed. As clothes were unpack-
e(j( one might have heard com
ments such as these: ; Oh! 1
left my hat and gloves home
No raincoat-' 'Golly, no walk
ing shoes.'. But with these and
many more small . tragedies, the
"Mrs. Warner 'Madre, Mrs.
Fred Mathews and Mrs. M. T
Griffin attended the Annual
State Council Meeting of Home
Demonstration Clubs. We tour
ed the 'Interiors ?y Van,' 'Na
tional Art Interiors', and 'Way
side Furniture House' in Ra
leigh. Words cannot, tell the
beauty that was seen. Some of
us were so fascinated by what
we saw that the bus left us.
. "The. "formal opening of ' the
week was Tuesday night' at the
William Neal- Reynolds Coliseum
with Mrjs- .Dayid 'Williams, presi
dent, ptesidihg. .' The theme for
the week was, 'And In Today
Walks Tomorrow', "We were in
spired as Miss Ruth . Jewel, Su
pervisor of Music .Education, led
us in group singing and Bobbie
Continued on Pag Fiv
Mrs, Josephine Goodwin Ward,
78, a lifelong resident of Per
quimans County, Route 1, died
Tuesday morning at 5:15 o'clock
in the Lane- Nursing Home at
Woodyille following a long ill
ness.' : ; She was the widow : of
Robert ; Felton Ward, daughter
of : the late Jacob and Mrs., Eas
ter Moore Goodwin and a mem
ber of the Great Hope Baptist
Church. . ' :v ..--..i
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. Hilda Ashell of Newport
News, Va., Mrs. Annie Ruth
Mansfield of Hampton, Va., and
Mrs.1 Josephine Copeland of Ry
land,'N. C; three sons, J. G.
Ward of Route 3, Ivey Ward and
Robert Ward, both of Hampton,
Va.; one sister, Mrs. Annie Dall
of Route I! 14 grandchildren and
Funeral services were held on
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in the Great Hope Baptist
Church by the Rev, Henry Na
pier, pastor. 'Burial followed in
the family cemetery in the
Great Hope community, -,. -
Died Tuesday A. M.
To Open Saturday
TWistrati hnni fnr fh e.
o w ---- t r
cial ABC election to be con
ducted by the Town of Hertford
on Tuesday, August 18, 1961,
will open Saturday, July 22,
with Mrs. B. G. Koonce as the
It was announced eligible vot
ers already listed in the regis
tration books need not register
again in order to participate in
this special election. However
persons who have become elig
ible to vote in town elections
since the last regular election
and who are not registered mus
do so to be eligible to vote on
Russian demands over Berlin
have been met witii stiff resist
ance from the U. S., Britain and
France, indicating Khrushchev's
threat of war over the German
capital will not result in the Al
lies abandoning their position in
side East Germany. Some com
mentators state Russian demands
on Berlin has brought about t
solidarity of feeling among the
Allies not in evidence in recent
Federal aid to education ap
peared all but dead for this ses
sion of Congress when the rules
committee on Tuesday voted 8-7
to table action on three bills
backed by the administration. A
hassle .which developed within
Congress on the scope of the aid
Meanwhile, in Raleigh reports
state Governor Sanford may call
a special session of the Legisla
ture' to deal With a 'possible bond
issue for school construction in
North Carolina. The Governor,
eports said, favors such action j
but had postponed state plans !
pending the outcome of the fed
President Kennedy is continu-j
ing an evaluation of the nation's
defense program in face of Rus
sian threats over Berlin. Con
sideration is being given to en- j
larging the armed forces by call-1
ing up some reserves and Na-1
tional Guard units. However,
no. definite announcements have
been made concerning such ac
The USS North Carolina Bat
tleship Commission reported this
week it is hoped the battleship
can be towed to Wilmington
within two weeks, where it will
be established as a war mem
orial. The project is being fi
nanced through public contribu
tions and the reports state a
number of counties in the state
are over their quotas for this
Law . enforcement officials,
headed by Game Protector Hor
ace Cohoon, reported this week
a thorough check is being made
concerning numerous . boating
violations reported and seen on
Perquimans River, in recent
weeks. , v:.' . . '..;;;.',.
Mr. Cohoon pointed out boat
ing regulations are . in effect to
bromote a safety program for
rivers and that fines up to $500
may be levied against persons
charged with such violations as
speeding, reckless boating, driv
ing drunk and other acts which
endanger lives and property of
those using boats.
' Cohoon urged individuals op
erating boats on the Perquim
ans River to familiarize them
selves with the laws and to ob
serve same as officials intend to
fully enforce these measures.
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT "
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell an
nounce the birth of a son, born
Friday at Chowan Hospital in
' Edenton. f -.. . '
I Construction contracts recently
let by the Defense , Department i '
for work at the Harvey Point j
Navy Base are scheduled for 1 ,
completion around October 1. ac
cording to information supplied
to Mayor V. N; Darden by Lt.
1 Col. Ray Goodheart.
Col. ooooneart advised the
Mayor there "will "be little ac- '
ivity at the base by the mili
ary prior to the completion of
.he. construction work. How
ever, some of the personnel to
e assigned to the station will
e situated there prior to that
The Mayor was also advised
ihe project scheduled for Har
vey Point will be a joint opera
ion between the Army, Air ,
Force and Navy. No announce
ments as to the specifics of the
project have been made and it
appears will not be released.
This week the Defense De
triment designated the Army
o handle the security at the .
ase and some 15 Army MPs
irrived to begin their duty at
Col. Goodheart had previous
ly stated the- operative person
nel assigned to the station on a
permanent basis will number
about 20 to 25 and other per
onnel will be coming and go-
at the base on temporary
..icanwnile, - it was learneu -letachment
of Navy personnel,
previously located at the sta-
tion handling the bomb range
duties, had been moved ; to
Weeksville barracks and were :
commuting , between Weeksville
ind Harvey Point each day.
Mrs. Lina White. Elliott, 69, a.
resident of Route ,1, Hertford,
died Monday afternoon at -..li
o'clock in the Lane ' Nursingi
Home at Woodville after a long
illness. A lifelong resident Of
Perquimans County, she was
the widow of Humphrey D. El-
ii0tt, daughter of the late John'
O. and Mrs. Almeda Suf.n
White and a member of the
Hertford Baptist Church. ' (
Surviving are one son, John
A. Elliott of Route 1; four half
sisters, Mrs. J. H. . Harrell of
Edenton, Mrs. L. R. Chappell of
Elizabeth City, Mrs. Nellie Grif
fin of Suffolk, Va., and Mrs. A.
B. Keene of Norfolk, Va.; four
half brothers, Joshua T. White,
John Q. White and Jacob L,
White, all of Route 1, Hertford
and Julian A. White of Hertford;
one grandchild and one great
Funeral services were conduct
ed Wednesday afternoon at 4.
o'clock in the chapel of the
Swindell Funeral Home by the
Rev. Norman Harris, pastor of ,
the Hertford Baptist Church.
"Goodnight and Good Morn
ing" was sung by Mrs. Charles
Johnson, Mrs. Tom Madre and
Mrs. Reginald Tucker. They
were accompanied by Mrs. J.
Ellie White, organist.
Pallbearers were Joe Towe
White, Jake White, Thomas Har
rell, Joe Layden, McMullan
White and Skinner White.
Burial was made in Cedar
wood Cemetery. '
Cedar Grove Church
To Hold Revival
A revival . service will be
conducted at the Cedar Grove
Methodist Church for one week
beginning August 13, it was an
nounced today. The Rev. Les
ter Hall, pastor, will conduct
Services will be held each
evening beginning at 7:45 o'clock
and the public is invited to at
tend. , -
MASONS TO MEET
Perquimans Lodge ,Nb. 106, '
A. F. & A. ,t., will meet Tues
day night it l' O'clock. All
x members are urged1 to be present
and visiting Masons invited-
..'ll, I, ' , IT Q in .' i il i, ! ir.
-' ROTARY TO MEET ,
Hertford's T rtary Club ; wp
meet Tue ' y ev ft '6:13
o'clock at Elliott's '