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4 "Teas and Receptions," given
s by Miss Virginia Wilson, N. C
Extension nutritionist, will be
i featured at the Home Demon-
s stration Pall Achievement Day.
The event will take place at the
'. Hertford Baptist Church roh No
" vember'l. -.
I Registration will begin at 10
' o'clock! , The business meeting
v will take' place at 10:30' ' A. M.
., unaer -, me leaaersmp . oi me.
4 The 1961 Home Demonstration
.5 report will be given by he Win
fall Home Demonstration' Club.
- The installation of 1962,-63 ; of
s ficeia will -be. given by' Mrs.
Reid ' Overman,? district chair-
man'.' ' '
C -Award will- be presented to
. outstanding Jeaders. of . the year
and, to the' club with highest at
tendance. Ten dollars will be
- presented tp the cjub.. with the
most outstanding club report of
the ' year. .This report is . com;
piled from individual reports
completed y club members.
Lunch will .be served by ho
. tess clubs, Ballahack, chairman;
Bethel,' Beech Springs, " Helen
Gaitherand Burgess. -' v .
An exhiuit of articles made by
club members as a result of
club Work will be displayed in
the educational. building. '.??..'.,
v The ; afternoon program will
V begin at 12:45 P. M.'1 "falsa Wil
' son will give.a demonstration on
' teas and receptions., ' ' '
She f will discuss , formal and
W informal service shoeing ' a va-r
. riety of foods and , ideas for
' small and large teas and' recep
' tions.t (The public is yrg'e to at
' ' tend the annual event. J
ture Homemakers of' Ameriqa
assembled , for their JOBl Pis-I
ITiCt l naiiy. rresiaiiig. aunug
the meeting was Pet( dook,
state treasurer and currently a
senior ' at Perquimans' High
Schoolj" Miss Cook's advisor is
Misf Frances Newby, vocational
home economics teacher at Per
quimans High, t ,'.
Mary Catherine Joyher . of
West Edgecombe was elected to;
$he position of state secretary..
Miss. Joyner , will also serve ,as
District Ts candidate forHhe of
fice of national parliamentarian.
A srwrial event durlntf thS da.v
was the illustrated report given and-, J. F, Hollowell, Sr., has
Jjy Miss - Cook and Mrs.' Mar-'been named to select eight can
jorie. Spencer, District 1' advisor, oidates to be submitted to the
on the 1961 hational conp'ehUon. membership' which will select
held at St. Louis, . Missouri in
July. .'Following this report, the
keynote address on "Evaluating
,Values". was given by the Be v.
Stanley F. Howard, pastor of
the Trinity Baptist' Church in
Tarboro. 'Mr.. Howard's effec
tiveness was enhanced by chalk
drawings arid use of ventrilo
Durins the afternoon ' session
a pageant interpreting $e theme'
"FHA Values, Today Tomor
wm ' Presented bv .the)
North and West Edgecombe and
.the Tarboro chapters. "With the
' use of narration and spngs, a
'teenager entitled' "Miss JFHA"
was presented . showing her.
.'present values; .and also those
of the future. v . , , 1
i Special guests for the day in
cluded the officer's pa,rents,Mr.
and Mrs. A.v R, Cook and Miss
Judy Cubberly of Wilson, state
'secretaryj -who was accompanied
by her mother. . Mrsv Mabel L.
(Hall, area supervisor from East
Carolina College, was tffo in at
' tendance. Twenty -five FHA'ers
from ; Perquimans actompanied
!by Mre. Wade Jordan, T:- Wal
lace Hobbs and Mrs. I lie Lee
Jennincs roJa the, r-rol' ac;
!tivity bus to the r '.'
j isteri. 1 i. .otlaU
Ized Oct " cr 13
; was I
r '. 1
For Bond Election
Election machinery in ' Per
quimans County is $eady for the
special, bond ... election, .being
sponsored by the State of North
on . November 7,.rV at
which time citizens of the state
will be asked to pass upon the
issuance of - some v $61,665,000
worth of bonds, the funds of
which are. to be . used ,. by the
State for numerous capital im
provements. ' ,.
.. The election was set - up' by
action of the. 1961 'j Legislature
which passed upon the pro
posals .subject to the final. .de-J
cision of the citizens regarding!
the issuance of the bonds. r 4
, Registration books have been
open in the six polling places
in tha rnnntv fnf th nat thrpp
Satiirtinvs. and thi Saturdav1- 0 A9riCT,llurel Workers Council received $500 for the red rilJj- Mrs. T. P. Brinn painted the backjround scene. The Agricul
ii u li a t i bon- Agricultural workers are Joe Tunnell. Agriculture Teacher, ture workers were responsible for the booth. Tbe four phases of
wuivDe cnaiienge day. ixwai chairman. NegI0 Farm Agent W. C. Strowd. Vice Chairman; Ha Community Development were exhibited in the booth. They are
registrars report little' interest (jrey Mcllwean. Home Economics Agent; Secretary; Frances New- Youth Development, Community Improvement, Home Improve
in the election; only a few ' new by. Home Economics Teacher, R. M. Thompson, County Agricultural menl, and Increased Income, and Perquimans County Community
voters have taken time to reg- Agent, Richard Bryant, Assistant County Agricultural Agent; Mrs. Develop.-nanl has made many accomplishments in each of the
ister for. the election and of-1
ficiaM predict a very light vote
for this .county.
Much effort is being expend
ed on behalf of the state ad
ministration, which favors adop
tion of all of the proposals; of
ficials ' point out 1 issuance of
these' bonds will have little af
fect on state taxation-since the!
economy is expected to increase
sufficiently , tp . include repay
ment of the bonds without , ad
ditional taxes. ' . i .
Little interest is being shown
in ;the election localjyi an ' it
Polls will , be open from 6130
X. M., jintil 6:30 P. M., for vo
ters' tti' cast "ballots for or" aeainst
f the 10 proposals" oil the bond' isr .
'sue. ' " ""uo '
- t- ?i '?H'J -uul'.'
Preparing for election of four
new dir,ectors of the Perquimans
County Chamber of Commerce,
whose terms will start next De
cember, a nominating committee
composed of 1 R. 1 L. Hollowell,
chairman',' R. 'M. Thompson,' Car-
's6n ' Snivev1. It. L. Stevenson,
Ma.rion Swindell, W. F. Amsley
four persons', to fill: the posi
tions. '' ' -
Allan W. Mills, manager of the
Chamber, of Commerce, said the
four directors to be elected will
serve for a period of two years.
Mr. Mills also announced the
Chamber of Commerce is in the
progress of preparing for its an
nual membership " drive, ' which
will get underway throughout
the county next month. Names
nf ifnm in Hirwt thin ririvp will
be. announced at a later date.
Now In Progress
Perquimans High School
Monogram Club is conducting its
annual Homecoming Queen con'
test this "week, the event to cune
to a climax Friday night when
the- winner is crowned at half
time of the Perquimans-Green
yille football game. ' : -y
. Entries in 'the contest this
year include Frankie Hurdle,
tesnne.- Batjlew. Judy Winslow,'
Eetty Ruth Smith, , Pete Cook,
RachaeJ Bass, Connie Sawyer,
Jo Frances Perry, Mary Lou
Jordan, Delores Chaopell, Nell
Overton, Janice Stanton, v Betsy
Kirby, Annette Lane,-Marta: Mat
thews; Dianna McDonnell Judy
Eesd, Paige , Anrt Chappell and
Sucan Nixon. . '
Sandra Nixon, 1960 Monogram
en, will- crown .the, new
n with the crowrt being do
r ; ! ; d by Dozier's Florist, j '
i V sting for the contestants may
! v " - e at numerous stores and
r - f--j tp-'
- 'Community Development, Pride of Perquiimans County," was iural Teacher, Misg S. A. Patterson, Negro Home Economics Teach
ihe title of the State Fair Booth which won second place in Court- er. Georae Bsllmfrn. ASC Office Manaaer. and Frank McGooaan.
1t Prcgrams Division at the State
M. B. Taylor, Negro Home Agent;
Post Office Says
Time To Mail .
period November 1 to
Nqvembejc j. 20 has been desig-1
nated for! the mailing of Christ-
mas parcels by surface trans
port to rnernbera of the.Armedi,, theeaspT, -barging SamM
rorces overseas, , ii was an-
nounced today by W. W. White,
Hertford Postmaster.. , ...
The' term Armed Forces over
includes personnel of the
military members of their, , fam
ilies . and - authorized " U. &, ci
vilians --employed overseas r who
receive their mail through an
APO or Fleet Post Office.
' Mr. White said articles should
be packed in boxes of wood,
metal or solid fiberboard and
securely wrapped and tied with
strong cord.' ' v
Packages should be cTearly
addressed to expedite prompt
delivery. ' y '
Soil Meeting At
The sixth annual meeting of
the . Soil Conservation District
Supervisors of the Northeastern
Area will be held Thursday, No
vember. 16,. at the armory in
Edenton, . 1 ,
Governor Terry Sanford will
be the speaker. At 2:30 P. M.
of the same day there will be a
ground breaking ceremony for
the Pollock Swamp Watershed
and . a . dedication . service for
Burnt, Mill . Creek Watershed.
D. A. Williams, administrator of
ine ami conservation oervice,
will be 'the'' speaker" for these
events, . which; will' be - held on
the farm of L. C. Bunch in Cho
wan County, v
Joe Webb, , Jr.,' has seeded 10
acres of ladino clover and , fes
cue grass. Me plans to use' a
four year cropping system of
two years ladino and fescue, one
year corn . and . one year soy
beans. , i
L. , L. Lane, , Jarvis Winslow
and Wallace Bright have recent
ly constructed some ditdies to
jpiprqve the drainage on their
farms. '" " ' ' '
. Haywood Small is planning, to
do some; thinning on a stand of
loblolly, pines this'fall. . By sec
lecting the best! trees 'to leave
at proper spacing and taking out
the other .trees those vleft will
grow much faster. , ' '
. Mr., and Mrs. William E. of, the public., .
Schaaf of Durham announce theij ;Dr Johnson pointed, out cas
birth' of a daughter, Elizabeth ual' contact with a; person suf
Anne, bom Wednesday, October ; fering fromi this disease is 'not
. 1 . '1-.. 1 - TV 1 . 1 '. W ' J J 1. A A .'1 u
10, " at
Duke -HosDitaL , ; Mrs.
s the former Miss, Pa -
Fair in Raleigh, October 18-21.
King Williams, Negro Agricul-
Probable Cause Is Found
in Local Shooting Affair
Probable causfe was found in
"I Recorder's Court here Tuesday
rnt-;Hirik .,uW i,,it uh
a deadly weapon, a .22 calibre
pistol, inflicting serious bodily
: injury with intent to kill Wil-
Ham Henry Ascue. ' ' '
Judge Charles E. Johnson or-
dered the " case placed on the'be, explosion of , a huge atom
Superior Court docket for action
by-, the grand jury, Bond for
Marsh was fixed at $1,000..
Other cases heard during the' ,j. . . , ., . , .
T . , ,,ploded but claims it was at least
session were William Linwood
Privott, fined $8.25 and taxed
with court costs on a speeding
charge and expired chauffeur's
James Bandalos, charged with
driving under the influence of i
intoxicants, was fined $100 and
taxed with ccts.
The lollowing defendants were
charged with improper mufflers;
Leon Brinkley Jordan, costs;
Fred Franklin Tyson, Jr., costs;
Melvin Lee Combs, costs; Daniel
Ray Eure, costs; Donald Ray
Stallings, costs; , Jimmy Elwood
Stallings, costs; Elmer Allen
Winslow, costs; Orville Allen
Howett, not guilty; John R.
Van Riper, .- Jr., no muffler,
Allen Perry, charged with
parking on the highway with
out ; lights, was taxed with
COStS.' .;: , i .
George Matthew Trueblood,
charged with no operator s li-
cense , was fined $25 and court
Gerald Arthur Doubledly, ex
pired operator's license, costs. v
William Leroy Smith, failure
to. keep a proper lookout, costs
of court. .. . '
,John Paul Bass, speeding, fined
$5.25 and costs. , .,
Leo Frankie Brickhrmse, driv
ing to leftof center line, costs.
. Daniel Harrell, improper use
of headlights, court costs. ;',
" Riley Sutton, assault - with a
deadly weapon and trespassing,
was found not guilty.
Hepatitis Case ' )
Reported By Dept.
A case of hepatitis has been
reported in' Perquimans County,
according to. Dr, J. A; Johnson,
District Healtn Officer, who
stated Wednesday this case is
no cause for alarm on the part
dangerous and he anticipates no.
; epidemic outbreak , from . this1
one reported case.
Soil Conservation Service, Don
i Ihis Weeks 1
. World scientis'ts are watching
the flow of a massive cloud of
radio-active .material released by
bomb by Russia earlier this
week. Some reports claim the
bomb , was the 'largest ever ex-
of 50 megatons size are . ques
tioned. Meanwhile, numerous 'nations
have petitione-i the United Na-
to censure Russia fcr ex
ploding bombs of such size but
the proposal has not as yet suc
ceeded in adoption by the UN.
; Efforts on the part of the U. S.
and Britain to engage Russia in
negotiations over the Berlin and
German problom have run into
a snarl with France and , West
Germany objecting to compromises-
with the Communists.
President .DeGualle of France
has taken a position .the Rus
sians are bluffing and will back
down on demands if the West
Will stand firm on present posi
Secretary of Commerce -Luth
er Hodges Tuesday said he is
pleased with . the upswing of
U. S. business - despite a slow
down reported during the past
two weeks. Hodges pointed out
economic prospects innicate tne
arnsa natinnal nrnrlnrtinn will
reach a new high level during
the current business periofl. .
"V ' '"',' ' ' ' '
Party Next Tuesday
The Hertford Grammar School
PTA will have- its annual , Hal-
lqween partv October $1 at the
Grammar School beginning at
5:30, at which time supper will
be served," which . will include
hamburgers, hot dogs, cokes,
candies, cookies, drinks and . for
fun there will be a ' variety of
eames and prizes. ;. Come and
bring the whole family, young
and old.- ; . i
" MASONS TO MEET
. Perquimans Masonic Lodge No.'
106, A. F: &(,A, M,, will j meet
Tuesday night at - 7.-30 o'clock,
All members 'are urged io . fee
present and a cordial invitation
is extende4 visiting . Masons to,
Norman, FHA Supervisor.
Renewal Drive Now
Members of the PTA's ot
Hertford and Central Grammar
Schools and Perquimans , Union!
School are now d ir y the midst,
of their . drive to collect foj
newal subscriptions to The""Per"
quimans Weekly. An annual
project the PTA conducts to
raise funds . to helD carrv out
I projects during the school year.
Heading up the PTA efforts
are Mrs. R. E. Vickers for
Hertford Grammar, Mr. and
Mrs. Ike Stokely for Central
Grammar and J. L. Dempsey for
Perquimans Union School.
Subscribers to the Perquimans
Weekly are urged to support
the PTA effort and give their
renewals to one of the solicitors
who will call at each house in
the county. The drive has been
under way for two weeks and
will continue until November 17.
A substantial commission is
being paid by The Weekly to
the PTA's for each renewal se
cured, and a nice bonus is of
fered if each unit ' secures a
minimum- of 400 renewals.
Subscribers are advised no
notices of expiration ' will be
mailed out by the newspaper
office during this duration of
the drive, but all expired sub
scriptions will be cut from the
mailing list, which have not
been renewed at the conclusion
of the - PTA campaign,
Persons whose subscription do
not expire until sometime dur
ing 1962 may, if they desire to
help the PTA, give a renewal
now. The subscription payment
made at this time will be cred
ited to thje present subsciption,
extending the expiration ' date
by one year.
I r 31111 liUft'tlll
' Supper Friday
Clifford Winslow, president of
the Perquimans County Farm
Bureau, reminded members the
annual bureau barbecue supper
will be held Friday of this week
at Perquimans High School, be
ginning at 6 P. M. i '
He stated it is not- too late to
jo'in the Farm Bureau for 1962,
and that memberships will be
accepted at the dinner Friday
MYF To Collect
Funds For UNICEF
The Methodist Youth Fellow
ship of the Hertford Methodist
Church will collect for UNICEF
Monday, October 30, from 7 to
9 P. M.r'M;:--;: ;'
The purpose of UNICEF is to I
help the children of Undevelop-j
ed countries in their fight for
survival against disease and mal-1
!-. Everyone, is .asked tO- ontri-
Greenville Clioli School To
Play Perquimans Indians
On Memorial field Friday
. 'a V t
Students at Perquimans High
School winning scholastic hon
ors for the first grading period
were announced Friday of last
week by the principal, E. C.
The honor roll was listed as
Eghth Grade: Nancy Mat
thews, Nancy Chory.
Ninth Grade: Wayne Stall
ings, Marnaret Ainsley, Nancy
Bundy, Phyllis Nixon, Irene El
liott, Peggy Ambrose, Betty
Smith, Lot Winslow, Howard
Robertson, Russell Sawyer,
Mary Barbee, Mary Loe Newby.
Tenth Grade: Reggie Baker,
Wayne Chappell, John Stallings,
Nancy Bateman, Irma Bundy,
Gloria Miller, Price Monds.
Eleventh Gratie: Elaine Cope-j
land, Kathleen Story, Eugenia
Long, Mattie Felton, Billy Wins
low, Betsy Barbee, Verna Ann
ferry, Judie Baker.
Twelfth Ura.e: Frank Ains
ley, Alton Daniels, Sidney Long,
Franklin McGoogan, Wade Mor
gan, Paige Chappell, Pete Cook,
Linda Roun tree, Katherine
White, Frank Mansfield, Gene
vieve Chappell, Linda Chappell,
Emily Hurdle, Mary Lou Jor
dan, Brenda Smith, Jacques
Number Of Books
The Perquimans County Li
brary has a( number of new
books this .week. An odd and
interesting little book is a fac
iimile copy of ,"A Collection of
Many Christian? Experiences and
Serious Advice tar Persons "Who
Have Been Sick.-" This js the
first non-legal book printed in
North .Carolina. It was printed
in 1753 and its author, thelRev.
Clement Hall, a Church of Eng
land missionary settled in Per
quimans County and owned land
on the northeast side of the Per-1
quimans River. Included in this
copy is an introduction by Wil-j
Ham Powell, Who relates what is
known of Clement Hall's life
Other new books are: Blind
ness, How to Live With It, by
Thomas Carroll; Sports Illus
trated Book of Wet Fly Fishing,
Art Linkletter's new book, Kids
Still Say the Darndest Things,
ind Fun, With Brand New
Oames; ."' Book of Indian Life
Crafts will be of interest to some
New fiction includes High on
1 Hill by Lucy Daniels, a North
Carolina author; The Devil's Ad
vocate by West, which has long
been on the best-seller list. To
Live and Die In Dixie by Ros
coe and Choice of .Violence by
Winners Named In
Ford Motor Company's PP&K
Contest was held Sunday, Octo
ber 22, at Perquimans High foot
ball field, A large number of
boys and their parents attended.
Forty-eight boys from 6 through
10 years of age participated in
The following boys won priz
es: First place winner, iu years
old, John Piland, Jr.; 9 years
old, Kim Rose; 8 years old,
Wayne Proctor; 7 years old,
Willis Proctor; 6 years old, Don
ald Waters. ';
Second prize winners, 10 years
old, Tommy Wilder; 9 years old,
Joe Fleetwood; 8 years old, 'Ro
bin Moore; 7 years old, Tommie
Fleetwood: 6 years old, .Eddie
Winslow. .--'',- -- ' . . , -'
Third and: fourth prizes went
to the following: Kevin Moore,
Jeff Haskett, Henry Stokes III,
Tony Lane, Billy Nixon, Don
White, Billy Laydeii, Douglas
Perry, Rufus Hudson and Tom
ilJiit-Tr l it.
milieu 1 DLrorary
The Perquimans Indians will
be rated as underdogs when
they tangle with a strong
Greenville High School foctball
team .here Friday nieht. Game
time is set for 8 o'clock. Green-
ville, a member of th. Nortj.
j eastern Conference, has an out
standing record thus far' this
season and will come to Heft
ford anticipating another vic
1 Coach Ike Perry's Indians
I will be in fair shape for the
contest, having come out of the
i Edenton game in good condition.
I While losing to Edenton by
; a 25-0 score, the Indians play
I ed a creditable game, giving the
Aces a better battle than in
dicated by the final score.
Fumbles proved costly to Per
quimans at Edenton and set up
I most of the Aces scoring op
portunities. I Neither team looked impres
1 sive last Friday night. Edenton
scored its first TD when Per
quimans fumbled the first time
it had the ball and the Aces
scored in four plays. Perquim
ans bounced back and for a
while it appeared the Indians
might tie the count but Eden
ton held for downs and the In
dians were forced to punt.
Edenton scored two touch
downs during the first half and
two in the second period to
tally its total of 25 points. Dix
on and Forehand were the offensive-stars
Nixon, Reed Matthews and
McGoogan played well on de-.
fense for the Indians while
Winslow,; Sawyer and Lilly did
fine jobs on the defense. "
Perquimans now , has a 2-2
record in the.. Albemarle Con-
Or. Pbstert Speaker
At Cancer Meeting
Dr. Robert ' Poston was the
speaker at the fall meeting of
the Perquimans County Chapter
of the American Cancer Society
in the Municipal Building Mon
Dr. Poston, introduced by the
"Rev. Mr. Hall of Winfall, ex
plained developments in the
study of cancer, including the
detection of early signs of the
disease, the new treatments to
arrest the progress and in many
cases the complete cure. He
brought out the need for the
education of the public in re
gard to early detection of can
cer and stated that the future
outlook for a preventative vac
cine is bright.
Mrs. Edward Barber, president
of the local chapter, presided
over the meeting.
Miss Thelma Elliott presented
the treasurer's report and the
budget for the coming year,
which was adopted.
The beard of directors was
asked to name a treasurer to re
place Mrs. Alice Towe, who has
Miss Hulda Wood. Edgar
White and Dr, Bonner were ap
pointed to serve as a committee
to draw up by-laws as required
by the national organization.
Mrs. Barber announced that
Joe Towe, Jr., has agreed to
serve again as chairman of the
Cancer Crusade, which will be
held in April.
Accepts Call ;
The Rev. Joseph A. Brick
house, pastor of Bethlehem
Church of Christ for the past
twelve years, has . accepted ' a
call td Riverview Church of
Christ at Bridgeton, N, C.
. In appreciation :; for twelve
years of service as pastor of the
Bethlehem Church, he was pre
sented with a silver tray by
Mrs. J. B. Perry for the Wo
man's Society of the church, and
was honored by a get-together
of church members with a bas
ket picnic dinner in the . Corn
munity Building following the
morning worship service last
The Rev., and ,Mrs. Brickhousa
plan to leave here Cctcter 3fc