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Volums XXVIIL Number 46.
Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Ifriday, November 17, 1961.
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" Hertford's , Town Board met
: Monday night in .the Municipal'
.Building in Hertford and adopt-
d -a resolution approving ap-
plication ( tor preliminary loan
. for low rent housing.
The application of the local
authority to the Public Housing
, Administration for a preliminary
loan in an amount not to exceed
"$27,$0O for surveys j and plan-
- ning in connection with low
rent housing projects of not to
.;. exceed approximately 300 dwel
ling units was approvved. '
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r a .'county, Winfall, Beech Springs, 1 ,
.' ZJZ, SSSffSS Ll'.Whiteston, Belvidere, JbAA
Authority. Board, met with the
Town Board concerning the com'
' It was estimated it would cost
from $4,000 to $6,000 for a four
y'ear period to complete a com'
munity - planning project, which
would be the town's cost. The
, t federal government pays the ad'
ditional cost. 1 ' . ,
The board also passed an or
dinance for establishing a . City
Planning Committee. -". The City
Planning Committee will consist
of five members to be- appoint
ed. They would assist the Town
i Board with slum clearance and
; bring i ideas to the board re
' garding' improvements ,to the
town. ;It will be a cleanup of
the blighted area . of , Hertford
and work will continue on this
until all the blighted areas are
L. B.- Wooten & Company,
consulting engineers, advised the
town - board that Mr. Hubbard
of the State Sanitation Commit
i tee had been informed of a " de
' sire", "tor a 12-month waiting
period1 prior to. submitting a
. time schedule on the sewage
disposal project The town has
contacted Mr. , Hubbard in a re
quest for 'an etpomtment,for
ovenber'"29f tffaisffustf.lhe' 1
months waiting period.''1i';',
Boy Scouts and leaders of the
Albemarle District of the lide
' water ' Council ." will stage J
round-up rally at the Elizabeth
Citv Hieh School Memorial
Field beginning at 5 P. M., on
Saturday, November. .
;. The entire event will be u
der ' the supervision of the Al
bemarlc District Commissioners
' jtiff and the Order of Arrow.
-. The rally will start' with! a
: flag ceremony of every troop
present ; With v their.' troop flag..
The. ? activities ; will include a
' three " legged irace string, burn
ing, pup tent pitching contest, a
first aid problem, lashing poles
. to see 'if lashing is secured
! enough to hold, a number ten
' can full of water, a compass re
' lay . antelppe ' -face' snd other
physical fitness' events. ' . , "
: The Skioak Indians will : put
. on a! two-hour show for the
boys, . using various lighting ef
' fects j and flourescent paints.
Thes -boys are the Scouts and
Explorers under Doug Warldoph,
, who performed at the Frontier
' City. . s
Scouts and Scouters of the
, Coastal District are invited to
attend these events; : The gen-
. eral public is also invited to see
the rally and show. All Cuhs
with their parents and" leaders
are invited, too.4 There will be
. a slight admission charge b( 35c
' per boy and 50c per adult. The
proceeds will go to the defray-,
ing of expenses. Patrols: are to,
bring . tent, ax three 6 ft,-8 ft.
poles, -No. 10 can, lashing. and
uniform.- '' ' . J ' i
IL C. 17 Development Group s ,
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A ' Community Development
Awards Night has been set for
Thursday, November 30, at the
Perquimans High School. At
this, time the Peoples Bank '&
Trust Company. will award
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f"d Bethel wil1 receve a far of
the ,. money . according to the
amount of community- progress
in that community.
, Judges , will visit the com-!
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ing.to the Danish system, there-
frT oil will Via I
I v, t, A WViVnevm on November 1. Over
week by . Miss Ila Grey Mcll- ,50 Home Demonstration ,club
wean, Perquimans Home Eco-' members and sts were
nomics Agent and secretary of ent at th(J a d event hed
the Agricultural Workers Coun- ;at thfi Hertford Baptist church
Cl1- . ' ' I Miss Virginia Wilson, N. C. Ex
Each community development tengion nutritionist( gave the
organization has been asked to demonstration
provide five minutes of enter-, . .. , ' , . ,
tainment for the program at' ? m?!tlng nducted
Awards Night, involving as
many people as possible. Re -
quest was also made in the let- .!" v ".V,wt 7 P 1
ter to send one name of a per- llne ng Mrs. Gill Underwood
son in charge of registration to & devotional on Homes.
Mrs. Fannie Hurdle, Durants C1nton Rav low gave
Neck. .These people on registra- he welcome and Mrs. Melvin
tion should be at the meeting at.Eure responded.
7 p ,jl j Greetings ' were made by Mrs.
VThe oublic Is invited . to itake
part; .in the ' Awards Night pro-
gram.. A cash award will ! be
given' the community with the
largest attendance. There will
also be door prizes and refresh -
ments will be served. ,
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CdUnty 'COUnO( Meet'"
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The', Perquimans. .County; 4-H
County:; Council- held' its. . firsf
meeting ' ofrthv8easorr,,oni No-
vember' 8 lat 8 k'c1oq1s in ' the
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tvThe,imeeting.,w,as.;called to, or
der by the acting president-
'Tommy Harrell read the Scrip-
ture. After this, everyone stood1.,
and prayed The Lord's Prayer,
Th oPAim Knirf tho nlpftoi to
the American flag and the 4-H
; The minutes were read and
approved.' The roll was called,
The Hertford Fifth ' Grade had
the largest ' number of 4-H
members-attending. the meeting,,
They received the 44i, Banner of pasquotanK vounty. me m
fnr on ttfnnth.. - ... ficers were; President, Mrs,
.;.Hqwo fase money for thef
County Council; treasury, was
hm...hVih'fnr tni old' bfiiiness,!
Aw,r j,,,,, it
,was decided to auction off , the'
cakes that "are to be judged oft
Achievement Day which will be,nlml. ,
on December 1 " ',': --Lunch, was served by the hos-
-im, : .. . .- ..' -j i j te'ss clubs, Ballahack,' chairman.
The first, second, and third 1 J!, " ' . . '
, . . . . v . i The Beech Springs Club was
choices of 4-H Camps were de-. r, ti nA
:, . ,. . , . ., , j,,.., . responsible' for decorations iand
cided. First choice was Mill- , : v" - , . . , ,
stone- second choice Manteo for he entertainment.' '
stone, secona cnoice, Manteo, Burgess Club was re-
unu uura owannanua. - j ., , ,
New officers for the yearPonsible for the corsages.
were elected. Tney are presi-J Helen Gaither made the stage
dent,- Mary Beth Hurdle;., vice arrangements, Bethel Club pre
president. Tommy Harrell; sec- pared the . programs and kept
retary-treasurer, Linda Sutton; the; registration, table. Mrs.
reporter, Ann NoweU;' recrea-,Wade Jordan a Mrs. E. J.
tional. leader, Billy . Williams' Proctor, Jr.,. were ushers.
song leader, Janice Stanton.
A committee was formed to
make future plans ..' for 4-H
Achievement Day. Those on the
eommittee are Lou Vickers, Car
olyn Ann White, Betsy Kirby,
and all of the officers. ,
Refreshments were served af
ter the meeting, i! While every
one enjoyed' the refreshments
they- Watched a film on water
17 Master Plan with the desire
to set up a tour of US 17 . the
first part of December. I
.The meeting wiif be in the,
form of a dutch, lunpheon at tBe,
Governor Tryori .Hotel. in New'
tern on llw Tiber 10 at 1 P. M.,l
end is I ' due to the
f t V jvt . i.s on competing
y irr: '-"- s tnd for the' - Proceeds f-m the sales made
cf r '.2 and co-(by the locU will be, used
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' DESIGN FOR LIVING Rice is spread out to dry by the No. 5 production team of the
No. 5 People's Commune in Hsinfan County of Shcrhwnn, Communist China.
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Day Affair Draws
I "Teas and ' Receptions" was
! falllr of tVl . pmi,,
County Fall . Achievement Day
by Mrs. Warner Madre, County
Myrle . Swicegood, ; district home
i economics, agent and Mrs. C. R.
Holmes: of the Hertford Baptist
i The ; winiau ome uemon-
, stration ciud gave me couniy
acnievement report lor ioi. ,
The home demonstration tree
,of achievement : was tinea wnn
jtems to-represent-the activities
'of the .year :tbld,V: members of
'the Club and 'narrated by Mrs.
3..C. Morgan, president. -,M 1 -'
"BeecH Springs, the ciuo or tne
,y'earkJ'wth' the most ' points for
club '''work'1-, was'' ;giveh: a; $10
., ' '.'wi. ' .
award.5 'rThe attendance1 award,
the ga'vel, "'Was ' presented to
Beech ' Sprfn's and ! Snow Hill-'
White' Hat "with. 88' present.
The A & P leaaersnip con-
test recipients were Mrs. Melvin
Eure.' Mrs. ' William Winslow
Mrs. Warner Madre, Mrs. Jerome
Hurdle. Mrs. Eure will repre-
sent the county in the state
Installation : of officers for
1962-63 was . led by Mrs. Reid
Overman, 25th District chairman
Melvin Eure; ; vice president,
S- i3' Morgan; Tsecr? !
Mrs, C.'T. Rogerson, . Jr.; treas-
urer, Mrs. .Vernon Harren.
Chancel Choir at . the
BaPtls . Church ?ang seVeral
Eeriy txt Week
In- 'ordar to observe the
Thanksgiving holiday. The Per
quimans Weekly will be print
ed next Week on Wednesday in
stead of the- usual Thursday , '
All news copy and advertis
ing cooy must be itt The Week
ly office not Uier than 3 P- M.,
Tuesday. Hovember, 21. for pub
lication in the. issue of Novem
ber .23. .' News conTibuton and
advertiseri are: requested to note
the chanse in printing date and
their cooperation will be ap
ScOUt TrCC.? To ,
Cbr.duct Paper Sale
, HeiUofd's , Eoyff Scout Troop
155 .will have its annual paper
products sa!a on Saturday morn-
ing, November 13, from 9 o'clock
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Held Tuesday For
Charlie C. White
A funeral service for Charlie
Clarkson White, 62, who died at
5 o'clock Sunday morning at
His home on- Route 1, Belvidera,
was held Tuesday afternoon at
2 olock in the Bethany Metho
dist Church by the Rev. Claude
Wilson, pastor, assisted by the
Rev. Carl J. Pow, pastor of the
Elkton, Va., Methodist Church
and the Rev. Herschel Hill, pas
tor of the Up River Friends
"Heartaches" was sung by
Elmer Lassjter and members of
the Bethany Church choir and
Up River Friends choir sang
"Sweet By and By." At the
grave the- choir sang "Sweet: , According to Chamber Man
Hour of Prayer." : I ager Allan Mills, preliminary
The casket paH was made of
red roses, white carnations,
white mums and white stock,
Pallbearers were Savage Jol -
lliff, Guthrie Jolliff, Alvan Wins-
low, Clyde '' Stallings, Alvin
Winslow, Jasper Winslow, "W. L,
Winslow and Jim Carver.
Burial was I in the" family
Mr.' White,. life-long, , rjj -
dent of Perquimans County, was
the son of 'the-late Richard and ! by the business and professional.cen.se, was fined $18.25 and
Mrs. Ella . Layden White. He: people of Perquimans County in costs.
was a retired farmer, a mem-1 the Chamber of Commerce and T. Ernest Bartlett, charged
ber of the !' Bethany Methodist .it is hopeful ' this interest will with improper parking on the
Church' and "Woodmen1 of the be shown during the member- highway, paid the court costs.
World, Camp No. 463.- ship canvass. ! ' j Ken Maynard Jones, Jr., paid
Surviving are his widow, Mrs Plans call for a one-day drive a fine of $10 and court costs on
Etrima Ainsley' t Whiter four
daughters, Mrs. Billie W. Bry
ant of Phoenix, Arizona, Mrs.
Marjorie Gladstone of South
WonoiK, va., Mrs. wan iteynoias
of Chatham, ,Va.', and Mrs. Dor
othy Winslow . of Hampton, Va.;
one son, 'Charlie C. White, Jr.,
of. Mobile, Alabama; one sister,
Mrs. J. M. Jolliff of Gatesville;
Team Wins Rodeo
'' A record catch and a defense
of its team title by Hertford
marked the eighth annual Rock
fish Rodeo Sunday in Elizabeth
i. Hertford scored 1,748 ' points
on ,77 catches to out-distance
the - runner-up Elizabeth City
Rockets, who tallied 1,495 points
on 113 catches. Ten points per
pound determine the scoring.
, Charlie Higgins of' Elizabeth
City, an individual entry, caught
a 9.75-pound fish for the largest
single grab. Dale Bell of the
Rockets took in30 fish for 424
points and the individual leader
Mrs. Marie Divers of Hertford
defended her title with 298
points on 14 catches. The junior
title was Won by 15-year-old
Don Overton of AhosSie, who ,
was fishing' for the Elizabeth
City Rockets. Young Overton
scored 249 points with 16 catches. '
Fcfente temmittco Is
Eg Vissi By Snnta
The Merchants Committee of
the Perquimans County1 Cham
ber of Commerce is making
plans for the annual " visit of
Santa Claus to! Hertford. The
event will, take place Saturday
afternoon, December 8, it was
announcea oy Aiian muis, man
ager of the Perquimans .Cham-
Vvn.. PnmiitWiA .... f
The Merchants Committee is
-9rL"3 S?.r.Ss visit la co-'
Perquimans C of C
Joe Towe, Jr., has been' named
chairman of the . Perquimans
County Shamber of Commerce
membership drive which will be
held on Thursday, December 7.
Towe was named chairman at
a meeting of the executive com -
muKo tumposca 01 tnanes m.
narreii, president, Claude Unnn,
vice president, Erie Haste, Jr.,
secretary-treasurer and Allan
W. Mills, manager, at a meeting
held Tuesday morning in the
j Municipal Building in Hertford.
i Floyd Matthews and Erie
Haste, .Jr., were named team
captains in the membership
plans were made at the Tuesday
morning meeting of the commit-
tee, whereby the membership
1 drive will begin with a kick-
off breakfast to be held on the
morning of Thursday, December
7, at which time the chairman
and team captains will meet with
the solicitors for detailsl con-
i cerning the membership cam-
! paign. ,r . ... t
' Much interest has been' shown
and it is hoped, that all business
firms .and individuals will join
in helping to put this drive over
during the one day. ,
Indians Win Final
Perquimans High School of
Hertford closed its season with costs.
a 20-0 victory' over Camden John Riddick, charged with
High School here Friday night, I improper brakes and no registra
l'inishing with a 4-6 record. jtion plates, was taxed with
Carl Overton 'dashed 60 yards couil costs on the improper
for the, first touchdown and! brakes charge. A nol pros was
Reed Matthews ran for the ex- j taken as to no registration,
tra point: Levi Revell, charged with be-
. Quarterback Francis Combs, ing drunk on the streets of
passed to Franklin McGoogan I Hertford, was fined $5.00 and
for another 60-yard strike in.
the second quarter.
Halfback Freddie Combs, the
quarterback's twin brother, ran
45 yards for the final TD. Mc
Googan kicked the extra point.''
The Indians scored in the first,
second ' and third periods, and
the victory gave Perquimans a
6-4 record for the season. ! In
the Albemarle Conference stand
ing Perquimans finished third
behind Ahoskie, the winner, and
Edenton. . ' ' '
CLASS PLAY FRIDAY 1
The Junior Class of Chowan
High School will present a. play
in the school auditorium Friday
night, November 17,. , beginning
at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be
secured at the door.
operation with the Fire Depart
ment and the. Jaycees. The fire
men ' and Jaycees will assist in
directing the, program and aid
ing Santa Claus in distribution
of gifts to the.; children who
come-to see Santa. ' ' ' ;
; . In' connection with the visit
by Santa Claus, free mbvies are
also 'planned ' for the children
and the , usual distribution of
jits, candy and fruit.
listed 25 Cases
At Term Tuesday
A heavy 'docket of 25 cases,
most of which involved traffi9
violations,, was disposed of : dur
ing Tuesday's session by Judge
Charles E. Johnson.
James Elvin Stallings, Jr.,
charged with non support,
Prayer for judgment to be con
tinued upon condition defend
ant pay the sum of $12.50 per
week to the Clerk of Superior
Court for the use of his two
children and the court costs.
Corrine W. Briton and Mil
ford Ausborne Jordan were both
charged with driving on the
wrong side of 1 the road. Each
was taxed with costs.
Mable A. Bright, charged
with failure to report accident
with damages in excess of $100,
was taxed with court costs.
William L. Dailey, Linwood
Trueblood, Melvin Leroy Saund
ers, charged with failure to ob
serve stop sign, each paid court
I JoSeDh Matthews RiriHirlr
1 Sylvester Welch, Ulysses Lee
'each charged with
brakes, paid costs.
John Edward Steward, Fred
D. Harvey paid the cost of court
on improper muffler charges.
Thomas E. Bolden paid court
costs on a charge of failure to
see that intended movement
could be made in safety.
John G. Rcuntree, charged
with failure to comply with re
strictions on operator's license,
paid the costs.
Mabel W. Strowd, charged
with failure to give audible
signal before passing, paid the
Robert L. Harvey, charged
with improper brakes and no
operators license. He was fined
$10 on the improper brakes
charge. A nol pros was taken'
as to no operator's license.-
Robert E. Borne, charged with
speeding and no chauffeur's li-
an improper light charge.
Henry P. Layden, charged
with no chauffeur's license, paid
the court costs.
Benjamin H. Chappell, charg
ed with no chauffeur's license,
prayer for judgment was con
tinued. A nol pros was taken in the
case charging Noah (Nora) Dail
with being drunk and disorderly.
Tracy R. Kirby, charged with
improper lights, paid the court
4-H Club Meets
The Sixth Grade 4-H Club of
Perquimans Central Grammar
School met at 11 o'clock on
Tuesday, November 7. Joyce
Stallings, president, presided.
The pledge of allegiance to the
flag was given followed by the
4-H pledge. Minutes were read
and approved. Mrs. Wood's
room gave a devotional. For
the program her room gave a
stunt called Crossing The Rail
Mr. Bryant showed a film on
Wildlife to the boys and Miss
Mcilwean talked about Child
Care to the girls. ... ' ' k ,
Emmett Landing of the Pe"r
quimans County Recreation Com
mission, announces that plans;
for completion of the recreation
lot ' are rapidly , materializing.
Included in these plans are me
morial 'benches to be ; construct
ed around the edge of the lot.
These benches, permanently con
structed, will cost $15.00 each
and ; will have a brass plaque
with the person's name inscrib-.
ed, permanently mounted on the
He asks that anyone interest
ed in donating a bench in mem
ory of some loved one may do
so by contacting him.
State Officials Speakers
At Schoolmasters fJleef
Held Last Thursday
The Hertford Grammar School
PTA held its regular monthly
meeting Thursday, November 9,
with the president, Mrs. Charles
The Rev. P. M. Porter, retired
minister of Hertford, led the
A report was made on the
Halloween Carnival, of which
Mrs. Charles White was chair
man. The Carnival was reported
higthly successful with a large
attendance and was a complete
sell-out with the exception of
some candy left over, which
was used to treat the students.
Mrs. R. E. Vickers reported on
the canvass for the Perquimans
Weekly subscriptions which be
gan October 16 and will con
tinue until November 17. The
subscription campaign is the
PTA's major fund raising pro
ject. Solicitors were urged to
complete their canvass and make
final reports immediately.
Mrs. James Evart Newby, a
member of Citizens For Better
Schools, gave an interesting
The program for the evening
was in observance of National
Education Week and was given
by Mrs. John Coston, Mrs. Wal
ter Edwards and Miss Thelma
Elliott. Parents were invited to
visit classes and view educa
tional equipment on display.
The meeting was adjourned
and a social hour was enjoyed
the library, given by mem-j
bers of the school faculty.
TB Directors To
Meet Friday Night
' A . meeting of the Board of ganist.
Directors of the Pasquotank-. Pallbearers were Jessie V.
Perquimans-Camden Tuberculo-' Rountree, Selden Rountree, Wal
sis Association will be held teri Dail, Russell, Baker, .Claude
Friday, November 17, at 8:00 Rountree and Jim Winslow.
P. M., in the Agriculture Build
ing, Elizabeth City.
The speaker for the evening
will be Dr, Frances Noblin, who Virginia, had lived in Belvidere
for the past ten years has been for the past 11 months. He was
a staff physician in Eastern, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark
North Carolina Sanatarium, Wil- Surface, a member of Bethany
son. Dr. Noblin reads X-rays Methodist Church, and a mem
and treats patients who go to ber of the Masonic Lodge in
Wilson Sanatorium; she is a Tacoma, Washington. ' Prior to
very interesting and informative his illness he was employed by
person. the Franklin Life Insurance
Andrew J. Bailey, president I Company,
of the local association urges' Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
everyone to attend and the ' Anna Baker Surface; three
meeting is open to the public.
Peace Corps Exams
The Peace Corps examinations
will be held in Rocky Mount
on November 28-29 at 8:30
A. M., for those in this area
who wish to apply, Postmaster
W. W. White was informed to
day. Perquimans County residents
interested in securing appoint
ments to the Peace Corps, can
secure further information from
Postmaster White at the Hert
ford Post Office.
Central PTA To
Meet Monday P. M.
The PTA of Central Grammar
School will hold its November
meeting next Monday night in
the auditorium of the school.
All members are urged to be
Progress Through December
' Mrs. Roxanna Jackson, chair
man of Perquimans County 1961
Christmas Seal Sale, said this
year's Christmas Seal Sale will
be conducted from November 13
t$hrough December, and the
proceeds will be used for the
support of the 1962 tuberculosis
control program of the Pasquo
tank - Perquimans - Camden Tu
-"II would be impossible .to
conduct the Christmas Seal Sale
without the valuable help of
volunteers," Mrs. Jackson said.
"Volunteer ' workers from the
county residents help with vari
ous phases of the association's.
The Alberoarle Schoolmasters
Club met at the Central Gram
mar School Monday night and
were addressed by Dr. J.. P.
Freeman, director of the Divi
sion of Professional Service De
partment of Public Instruction,
and Dr. James Valsane, both of
Raleigh, who were guest speak
ers at the meeting. They are
employed to head up the In
Service Teacher Education of
North Carolina Program. They
both spoke on the program.
Superintendent cf Pasquotank
i County Schools, John Moore,
1 gave the invocation.
Ike Perry, president of the
Perquimans unit of NCEA, gave
the welcome address.
J. T. Biggers, superintendent
of Perquimans Schools, intro
duced the guests and presented
Special guests attending the
District Schoolmasters meeting
were members of the Perquim
ans Beard of Education' and
Board of Commissioners, the
school PTA presidents and the
District School Committee.
A funeral service for Cameron
Jennings Surface, 48, who died
Friday at his home on Route
1, Belvidere after a long ill- ,
ness, was held Monday after-"'
noon at 2:30 in the Bethany
Methodist Church by the Rev.
Claude Wilson, pastor.
"O To Be Like Jesus" and
"My Jesus I Love Thee," were
sung by Mrs. Marie .Winslow
and Carlton Rountree. The
church choir sang "The Old
Rugged Cross" and "Amazing
Grace". They were accompan
ied, by Mrs. Wilson Jolliff, or-
Burial followed, in the family
" " Mr. Surface, a-native of West
daughters, Mrs. ' Lenora Souza
of San Diego, Calif., Miss Doris
Surface of New Orleans, La., and
Miss Melodye Surface of the
home; two sons, Donald Surface
of Norfolk, Va., and Robert
Surface of Washirigton, D. C;
four sisters, Mrs. Hallie Steward
and Mrs. Corinne Diccio, both
of Washington, D. C, and Mrs.
Rose Weliher and Mrs. Eugene
Russell, both of Charleston, W.
Va.; one brother, George Sur
face of Washington, D. C; six
College Glee Club
Coming December 5
The Greensboro College Glee
Club will present a musical
program in Hertford at the First
Methodist Church on Tuesday
night, December 5, at 8 c'clock,
it was reported today by Mrs.
The public is invited to at
tend the performance, after
which a good will offering will
Seal Sale In
program , the year around. But
we need additional volunteers
during the Christmas Seal Sale
because of the many additional
tasks involved in conducting
the sale." .
Those., who volunteer their
services for. the Christmas Seal
Sale will have the satisfaction
of knowing that they are help
ing make this community a
healthier one in which to live. -1
1,609 . letters carrying . these
sheets of Christmas Seals will
be in the homes of Perquimans
citizens this week, with- an en
closed envelope A for their con
venience. . - ,