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. G. r fjistrar,
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: r, jucV s. 1 polling place
III be 1 ...:.J in the Court
. "ouse in II;rtord, and will
' on at 6:C3 A. Jl M clost at
v.ZO P. M. :
Under the special' law enact
ed by tlie-Legislature,' In the
event - the voCire approve the
AI2 ques;m, t the Town bf
Hertford will establish' arr AEC
Eoard which in turn will set VP
and operate an 'AEC Store wi.a
profits therefrom beir2 divided
equally between the Town, of
Hertford and the Perquimans
County. Eoard of Education. .",
r. yoters eligible to participate
In the election ' are those resid
ing within" tHe limits 'of the
Town, of Hertford find who are
registered for votirj ; In local
elections. Mayor V. N. Darden
pointed . ou,t, .under , procedures
V' follow" i m holding e rtions m
V the, Town of Keri.,ri,. residents
; oi tne town, wo are regis r-
ed in. the .cour.' rej' .rsl.
v booki are elig.Ue to pu.tic'i; U
in town elections, i-
Interest- in tl.a s i acial elec
:. tiort, up until now, - lies bcm
. alight- There was c Jor"e
discission of t' j j'-, i pvw
, "to tl.e actics, c !'.e 1 Mim ..
v '-5;: . ' i ; :ty t
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t for grat!e No. 2 f--v'ans
i- j Jort'i Crol.. 1 es,
C, Ec".-non, I -v ans
C-ui-, .SCS office 1 .uger,
t 1 annot.nr?d. Thin c spares
u.-.i a-rate cf tl-"1 t-t bushel
for the 1'. sy, be a 1 v.--.
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ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Tur
ner, Route. Hertford,' Was. tap
ped into the N.. C. 4-H Honor
Club String State 4-H Club
Week.' This is the highest honor
that can be obtc' -ed by a 4H
Clubntemben Ann has-been
county and Eastern District
home improvement winner.. Her
electric :project speaks for Jfr
ielf, Ehe- was- second place ter
ritorial winner -and : received a
beautiful 21ijewel watch. Later
she was. first place territorial
winner j and ' received av! $100
scholarship:' "rAnnv;was - state
electric demonstration- winner,
and received, a. free trip to Elec
tric Concress-nd a set of lug
Ann wasi awarded, the Julia F.
Culyer Music Scholarship from
the distriejt to attend the Music
Workshop, in 1900. "
" She alsp ' won the outstanding
achievement award, in 1960 prer
sented hi memory of Horace
Layden. Ann leads her com
munity 4-11 Club and has served
as 4-II County Council reporter
and sorg leader, " ,; ' .
s"" in' fresidert T'n-,
-i f a hnild-UD ut the
.'s; c; pa'j.hties. for -conven-1
war efforts haye advanced
Iv . CoiiJjre-s ' appropriating
i '.3 for Authority for calling
up, men for the armed' forces.
r.s-'"TiiT)(o the' tT. S, positlori,
oi',li',pdrby President Kennedy,
hurfci.-en'on the plus side1., Somfe
European reports relate the U. S.
position now may have averted
trouble pver. Berlin. f ,.t 4
John J. McCloyi. special presi
intial envoy for a visit -with
llhrushchey,'- reported to Presi
dent Kennedy thlsweek on"talks
he had beii with' the Russian
Premier. The .White House was
siknt concerning ; McCloy's xr
port, e-pecially as to. Khrush-.
!;3v's r-nctiojf.-to the President's
speech on tbe"new U. S. policy,
"fcritain. 'announced .this week
it ' is ' f?iekiv j 'association-'with
She economic Common Market
cc inunity of Europe as means
ta bolster ade position-, The
t! ". c pee 1 of France, Gerrn
- , - ' ly, Jelgiin, " llolland
1 L embourg.'has eflected a
I ci .ic. position by do4-
j, y .wiUi many former in
. r ' n trade ' restrictions. , "
CBI and local law enforcement
' .:eis .prthended a. 23-year-1
1 woman' and her male com-
n in coir 'ion with a bank
v at . '. son earher this
k. -v man was discov
. l.i :. t j!i a church, -svliere
- ; - c. - '1 ,d gone
' . away
FAE:::Tl.l.raTecld In Loughborough, England, pursue their ancient trade
" SL.llr1-JT1e,elli10whi??JtheIar! working are destined for the Episcopal
National Cathedral, Washington, D.C. The belli will range in size from a 20-Dound
oqll to a 3,CCa-pound boomer. , v, 1 . , v f -,
William Ehoch (Will DaiV 77,
died suddenly Monday morning
at 9 o'clock at his home in New
Hope, y A -lifelong; resident of
Perquimans Countyj he was the
sort of, the late Abner and Mrs.
HaiTette Fleetwood Dail and
husband of Mrs. Mattie Umph-
lett . Dail. - A retired farmer, ' ht
had: worked with the Elizabeth!
City ? Production Credit Associa
tion for 25 years, " .-" ( ' '.' ,'
i UMil his recent Ulness, he was
very active in church and coun
ty affairs. He was atnember of
the New Hope Methodist Church
where he . was an lionorary ste
ward, had 'formerly;, served as
" inday j School . ; Superintendent
f . 39 years and wjj a former
J. nday Sch. iil .teacher,' He was
i-.-merly b, County Commission
er, tan- r ' 1 or xr&,v$ts,
quin.ans r-Ci, , y oard' 6t Edu
cation ..anct ' 1 a .member j of
the Wooc?men ot the sWorld." 1.
Other than ' h.j 'rwife',"'he ' is"
survived by t'we" daughters;' Mts.
Helen Barcliff sand Miss Celia
Blanche pail -of Washington, p.
C; a son,1 E.-' Austin Da-il of 'Ar
Ungtori',; lya.j "'si' igrandchildren
and two great grandchildren.' ! ,
Funeral servLes "we,re lield on
Wednesday aftt rhboh, at 3 o'clock
in the New Hope Methodist
Church by the Rev. DaiuMea
dows pastor, as- ftted feyRv'
Earl Meekins, tujtor of .the Co
lumbia MethocLt Churah. -
The church choir sang T Will
Sing of My Redeemer" ' accom
panied tyJAta.- Ann Butt, or
ganist. If. V , ,. -,,',.'. ' I
. The casket,. was covered with
a pall of white mums and fern."
r Pllbearffs 4 Ervln Turner,
Henry Owhley, t. ,Ci Butt, Cecil
Everett, Steve ferry, and Rob
ert Robbins. . '., B v , .
..Burjal lpllowed .irt he . cnurch
imiwi ie w. 01 'v', ihad been discovered in Perquim-7-12,
Perqum.ns Cwnty 4-H etslans,County this Week Richard
wiU camp at F.o.nohe Island 4-H)Bryant assistal-t - farm agentl
Camp near Kmo. The quota has released some advice con.
for -this year is f' out jhalffiUed 0,, ot animals
-r-u lucre ar v lkh .wiiu sun
wiuh to C O
requested to t
agent's ti?.:ce i
r ma. .
1 : to '
v , they aje
; t) the .county
.!oJ v .1 edu
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Heard Eyt Recorder
At ; .Ccazt
A varied docket- consisting of
15 cases-was disposed of during
Tuesday's session; of vferquimans
Recorder's Court presided, pVer
by Judge Chas. E.v Johnson,. X
Albert Ward was found guilty
on a - charge of illegal use of
dealer's auto plates. He was or
dered to pay the eourt costs;',
Jamesl' Scott, pleading guilty
to ' a charge : of . driving on the
left side of ra highway,' was or
dered to pay a fine of $25 arid
costs after the tourt had been
advised Scott had been. cited- to
court last May ' and failed to
make his appearance on lime.1-'
: An " appeal to the superior
court ;was noted '-in the cage fn
V"Viich .-. .Thpmaa 7, R, a .yLanje't -$s,
found guilty on a charge of non
support and ordered to pay the'
sum of. $25 per week,, for. , the
Use of his two children. , v . - j
Submissions accepted i by the
court were listed '. as -follows:
..Clifford Morse, speeding, -
Paul Davis, speeding, $25;
thur Jordan, speeduig, $23;
Bruce Anderson, speeding, $35.
. Russell Gilliam,! Negro, drunk,
$Sf and costs; Allen Gibbs, pos-
session of tax paid liquor with
".I -Aril kAlrbkn : nnl . iw.wu. Ufln-..
Harris, drunk, $2 and costs; Wil.
! lie j White, Negro, , stop sign vio'She has also served on the dress
lation, costs; Albert Moore, failed, revue -committees and has parti
; to see intended movement of his cipated in many county events.
car,. could be made safely, costs.,1 In 1960 Janice was - awarded
WUIlam Creecy, :l no muffler, the district Juba F. Cuyler mu
costs; - Louise Parker,- Negro, im-js'9 .scholarship and attended the,
proper muffler; costs. : ' V music workshop at Greensboro,
' -N. C. , Her hobbies include art
against , Delores
in 'the case tn
with, assault. t ',
was ' charged
Affiant Givesl Advice '
On Hog Vaccinations '
- Annnlinrino- mnrriA liner rfinlprn
against this disease.
Bryant said:. . , -
"In weather as hot . as we are
now " experiencing ? these are
some . precautions you should
'Uke s when vaccinating. - - They
are: - Vaccinate early or late in
the, day and' keep the modified
live virus and sersum cold. 1 A
f- t tub with ice will serve to
k - t'..e vaccine and serum cold
I '." you are going to be a good
l.'.'i vaccinating. ' 1 ,
I "L . sUre that the vaccine goes
.i:,tj ','"e muscle or 'meat of the
Z, l" "T it in the' fat pr un
r t. 1 fc" .i is of no value. The
...Id be put under the
e cf t' 9 va
v' tes that are
1 give a life
at i every
t your hogs are
ny 1 tier symp
1 : al, you
1 r trot ' ' '
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' - Sesoion
, , JANtCE ' RAY SI ANipN,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond ; Stanton of Winfall, has
been.: very outstanding i in her
clothing project. ' She has been
county and district dress - revue
and - county ' -clothing achi'eve-
ment . winner for several years.
This year Janice Rae made and
modeled abeauti(ul pink wool
flannel ' sheath dress.' She also
made a pill box hat to match her,
'dress. , Her, accessaries were
. : . T ... - -M 1 1 i X-
SUte 4-H dress revue winners.
Set August 14-16 ; !
' The Sixth District Crafts
Workshop for Home Demonstra
tion drafts leaders will' be" Aug
ust 14-16 at Roanoke Island
Camp at Manteo.
, Mrs.. William- Winslow of Per
quimans County will teach the
tin craft class and Mrs. 'Nathan
iel Fulford of Route' 3, Hertford,
will teach pine cone craft. Oth
er' crafts to be taught include
hand tied net, . aluminum chas
ing .and embossing, braided
rugs,; copper - enameling, copper
tooling, drawn work, dried ar
rangements, hooked rugs, Ital
ian hemstitching, Swedish darn
ing, tied fringe and wood carv
ing. . - ,
Home . - Demonstration - mem
bers . are urged to contact the
home economics agent, Ha Grey
Mcllweao, if they are interested
in attending the , crafts work-
Service- Forester David. E
Dubbs of the North Carolina Di
vision of Forestry and the Eliz
iJ cth City "District. Ottice' 'has
r-if;ned his position as service
? ter etlo- July 31." ,
JUs succe. r has not been
ned as yet but tLe position
'. " t:yl Li " nf r-f:tv-e.
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V 1l- Milk
1 During 'the - week of July 24
through the -" 28th, fifteen 4-H
Club- members,; agentsi and adult
leaders attended State! 4-H Club
sWeek in, Raleigh. , --i
The tlub r members attending
from Perquimans County . were
very active during the week
with - their - various activities
which included demonstrations,
the dress revue and ' health
On ; Tuesday night, Ann Ben
ton, a senior 4.-H Club member,
was tapped into the State 4-H
Honor Club. This is one of the
highest awards that can come
to a 4-H'er.
Janice Rae Stanton was one of
six girls selected in the district
dress revue to compete in the
state contest. . When the top ten
in the state were announced,
Janice Rae was named sixth. : .
In the state health pageant,
Carolyn Faye - Rogerson was
na,mejjl in the blue ribbon health
grOup. This is the second year
in a row that she has- received
this honor. 1 ' ' -
Participating' in state demon
stration contest were Harriette
and Bill Williams and Joe Has
kett. ; Harriettef and Billy pre
sented their' production demon
stration and placed third in the
state. Their demonstration was
entitled v "It's : Egg Time." Joe
Haskett presented .' an electric
demonstration entitled "Voltage
Drop and ' How It Affects the
Operation of Electrical Equip
ment." 3 Both of these -demonstrations
were presented "in ex
cellent form and the club mem
bers can be proud of a fine job.
Carroll McDonnell, former vice
president .- of the Eastern Dis
trict, was very busy during the
week ; assisting with' vaious
In addition- to f-the above
4-H'ers attending 4-H Club
Weeks several delejghtes epres
sented . Pertf uimana j County . dur
ing the week.' These club mem
bers were '.Mary ; Beth Hurdle,
Linda Sutori, ;Lou Vickters, Di
anna McDonnell and. Tommy
Harrell.. , , 1 .
Accompanying - , these club
mfmbers to Raleigh were Mrs.
Ray Haskett, Effie Lee Aman,
trainee agent, and Richard Bry
ant, assistant county agricultural
To Batllesliip Fund
Perquimans i County residents
have contributed a total of $300
toward their goal of $500 in the
uSS North Carolina battleship
fund, it was reported this week
by Robert Taylor, chairman of
the drive in this county.
Mr.r Taylor stated1 the battle
ship, famous for its deeds during
World War. II, is being brought
home to be berthed in Wilming
ton as a . war mernoriaL He
pointed out $200 is still needed
for this county to reach the
quota assigned it at the begin
ning of the fund drive. )
Individuals' desiring ' to contribute-
toward this solendid me
morial are invited to send their
donations to Mr. Taylor in Hert
ford. , , ", ; t
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Died At Hampton
Bennie Alva Lamb, 60, died in
Hampton, Va., after four months
illness Sunday at 6 P.M."
A jesident 14 years, he built
and sold homes and restaurants
A son of Benjamin and Laura
Whitehead Lamb, -h was a na
tive of Perquimans County. ; .
Survivors include two daugh
ters, ?Mrs. Artelia Hobbs and
Mrs. Elordia HoUowell of Hobbs
ville; a son, ,.Bennie' Marshall
Lamb of Belvidere; two sisters,
Mrs. W. A. Chappell of Hertford
and Mrs. Wt T. Chappell of ; Ty
ner; 'x a brother, Louis Dempsey
Lamb of Hertford. nnH - niprm
"and nephews, including Mrs. ' S.
J. Papuchis of Norfolk.
A f-.'f!r' j service vaa con
' '"d in I :rt-n ty the F.ev.
'e of Piu.ri Chapel
'1 with burial in
.:ntn: 1 Taik, New-
County. -Eoard E
daughter oj Mr., find; Mrs.-. C. T.
Rogerson, ' Route 2, : Hertford,
riiad in the blue ribbon group
it the State 4-H health pageant
again this year. The 4-H health
program is divided into these
three main phases: 1. Personal
rlealth; 2, Family Health and 3,
Jommunity Health. ,-t
Carolyn Faye has worked very
hard in all three phases. She
iias given, many talks and dem
onstrations on the importance ol
good health. She has helped
other 4-H'ers in her community
with their 'health projects. V '
Carolyn - Faye- has also dis
played . exhibits - on ' health in
store windows and fairs. She
sold rat poison in her commun
ity. She has many other 4-H
activities as leader - in her com
munity 4-H Club and secretary
treasurer' of the County Council
The Selective Service Local
Board No. 73, ot Perquimans
County has decta Ad two regi
strants delinquent -for -failure to
perform duties .reqjulred of .them
by the board. ' . TJne two' delin
quents and their Lf t If mMna ad
dresses are WilttktaM 'tte'
veil, Route I, Hertford; N. C,.
and Raleigh Carlton Skinner,
223 King Street, Hertford W. C.
They are requested to get in
contact with the local board, at
once and are reminded if de
linquency is not removed- they
are subject to immediate induc
tion ; as delinquents. Anyone
knowing - the .whereabouts of
either of these registrants ii al
: asked to contact the local
Mrs. Margaret Sqaff, Clerk to
the Local Board, requested that
all male persons register im
mediately upon reaching their
eighteenth birthday and those
registered be sure to report each
and every change in their ad
dress. , " '
She stated Perquimans County
does not have an induction call
for August but will .send seven
for physical examination on Au
gust 9. . '
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Rotary Names , .
Members of the Hertford Ro
tary Club, at its meeting Tues
day night,, went on record adopt
ng a project to t join with . the
Chamber of Commerce and other
interested citizens of this com
munity to work to secure addi
tional medical care for Hertford
and the county. Erie Haste, Jr.,
oresisdent of the Club, named
Dr. A. B. Bonner,i A. W. Hefren
and Max Campbell to a . com
mittee, to represent the club in
3 project to secures another doc
tor for . Hertford. S ' '
Dr. A. . B Bonner presented
the program for, the meeting,
which was based on scientific
facts concerning nuclear power.
The Rev. Frederick Still ''was a
guest at the meeting. ' T-;
Receives Diploma, ;
And RX Degree ".
. Miss Lois, Ann Hurdle, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hur
dle of Hertford, was among
nurses receiving diplomas and
Registered Nurses degrees' .from
the Louise Obici Hospital School
of Nursing during graduation
exercises conducted last Satur
day, July 29.
lixrc: : to ir?-"': '
or.lc Is ' No
.Litigation involving the Pe v
quimans , Board ' of Educatu
peeking to acquire 7.25 acres 1
S. P. Jessup Heir .land, adjo
mg . the! Perquimans 'Uiu
School, for a site for expansion
)f that school, was continued in
iefinitely. by. Clerk of Court W.
1 Pitt at a hearing the Clerk
xmducted last Friday afternoon.
The request for a continuance
was agreed to by attorneys for .
'30th sides after the defendants' '
ittorneys had proposed the mat
er be referred to the Perquim- ;..
ns Board of County Commis- -doners
requesting the commis
ionar3 to act as a board of ap
praisers setting a sale price for
the land. ---.'
The attorneys told the court
they were not aware whether
commissioners ' will
the proposal and agree . to set
the sale price but the defendants
are willing to: agree to abide by
.uch a decision.: made, by the ,
members of the County Board,
.nd in the event the Commis- .
doners participate in the action
t will be possible for the Jitir
;ation . to be dismissed. ; ' ;
The .court was advised boi' ,
arties in the suit had agreed ,
0 request the County Commis
ioners to view the site and set
sale price, and the property '
owners were willing to givfe a
'eed to the property to ' th
Joard of: Education for the
mount the commissioners said
to be th purchase price. -. i ;l :
The agreements would also
tipulate the present owners will
e entitled to harvest any and
,11 crops now ; growing on the
1 After hearing this proposal for
continuance,. Mr. Pitt granted
he motion and the request for'
tction will be presented to"nhe '
loard of Commissioner in reg
jlay session w .AiriA Yr-.
f Education 1 and "the property -owners
have been in progress for
?ome time but an agreed ptaV ;
chase price could hot be reachr
ed jand the Board "o .Education ,
had ' initiated' steps' to secure the
site through condemnation pro?"-
Mdy pointed 1
To FIIA Committer
' The appointment of Marvin :
Caddy : to a three-year term as
PHA Area. Committeeman - was '
announced ' today by the agen-j
Vf'i County : Supervisor, Donald
W. Norman. . '
Mr. Caddy replaces Daniel- L.
Berry whose term expired on
June 30, 1961. - ...
Marvin conducts a 300 acre
grain-livestock fanning opeta.
tion ten miles southeast "Of
Hertford. His main crops are
corn and soybeans "Matong with'
some peanut acreage. In ad
dition to his crops, Marvin has
a successful top-hog operation.
He is active in agricultural and
community affairs and is well
known , W . many Perquimans
County farmers and business
men. His family includes his
wife, Bill, and two sons, Marshal
and Johrihy. . .'V .j,
- The other members of the
Area Committee who will serve
with Mr,, Caddy are Adrien J,
Smith, Jr., and Marvin L. Evans,
The Committee reviews all loan
applications received' from Pel-
quimans and Chowan Counties,
Commission To '
Meet Next Monday
Commissioners ' for Perquin.
ans County will hold their ' Au
gust meeting next Monday, Au-
gust 7, beginning, at 10 A.. M.f
in the Court House in Hertf or "
Persons desiring to confer w
the Board' ace requested to n
time and place of the meeting.
Store At Vir.:iIl
' L. R, Morgan has pur "
flie stock of - the "White :
located Iri Winfall, ,and ?
cj;.'."-j the '--o"
r.c 1 by 7 t, T
e in ( '
ICS, A. F. & A. II.,
Ti:-33ry.r.' ' t tt B oV.