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Hertford. Perquimans county. iortn Carolina. .Friday, December 8, 1961.
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Ooard Of Commissioners
tkxid 1962 luii Listers
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The Perquimans County Board) I (rf HilPkot 111
of Commissioners at the Decem-J Uglll UUUIVCl III
ber meeting of the board here! . .
Monday named tax list takers I DAAnrnGrC rflllTT
for listing property for 1962 lluUUI USI O llUUI I
Unusual Bargains Voting Plates For Coitcn
On Dec. 12
i . Plans are rapidly being -whipped
. into shape for the annual
visit , of Santa Claus to Hert
ford and the event scheduled
to take place on Saturday af
ternoon, December 16, as releas-
today to this paper in a Christ
mas aotivity schedule of the io-j
cat Jaycecs. . ,
i Santa's visit is being sponsor
ed by the Jaycees and the Hert
ford Fire : Department Candy
and fruit will be passed out to
the children, donated by mer
chants of Hertford and Perquim
ans County, it will be distribut
ed by the Hertford Foremen and
the Jaycees. ; j,
Saturday, .December 16 as
planned by the Jaycees for San
ta's annual visit will set under
; way at 10 A. M., .with free'ear
toon movies for all children at
the State Theatre, this part of
the program is sponsored by the
Hertford Jaycees in cooperation
with (the Carolina Amusement
Company of Elizabeth "City,
Billy White: is chairmai of this
part of the program.
. Saturday , afternoon,. .December
16, at .2:00 P.M., will be the
annual. Visit by Santa Claus. It
is not know what type of travel
Santa will arrive but he is ex
pected .to arrive at 2 o'clock in
the afternoon. He- will stop at)
the Court House1 where he will!
distribute his gifts and talk
with the children who wish to
visit with' him. . His Visit is
sponsored by the' Jaycees -and
thi Fire Department with - the
merchant of Hertford and Per
quimans County furnishing the
At -7:00 P.' M. n "Saturday Professional. Women's Club-, held & Jordan" Joseph O: CtaS-.
cvening the Hertford Jaycees its regular dinner program meet-'pell, Johnnie W. Chappell, Rob
will have a, Christmas party atling ' Thursday " night, November erf L. Hollowell, Calvin Lamb,
the Agricultural Building- in 30, when Mrs. Margaret M. Has-! jftwh. Citenp0bert jXn
Hertford for the underprivileged ton Was hostess at, her home on Harrell George Robert . RH
childrerf and will be under the the ,i Hertford - Elizabeth City1 dick, Jr., .; Zack Robertson. Jr.,
(direetio ' Broughton 7 Daujhighway, Member, ind guests.' Hiliary J. Scaffi Millard D. Ivey,
chj.irmrfn. Santa Clou "will be' were seated 'in the dintne Jtoom4PCTli5SL-i5,XSS
and -tifvs. to .the1 children pre'
ent during the party.
Youngsters from Hertford and
the rural area are looking for-;
ward with pleasure to - the an
, nual visit 61 Santa Claus and
with ; favorable weather ; young-
slers by the hundreds, together
with many, parents, are expected
10 oe on nana, lor tne visit ana
party. ' - t
T . :! For Action :
. .. ,The Perquimans Chamber of
Commerce at 'an annual dinner Miss Hulda Wood" president.
. held here Wednesday night at presided over the .brief, business
j the Hertford Grammar School session when tentative .plans
installed new officers' and direc-'were made for'a holiday party
tors elected for the 1962 year to be t held Thursday nigh De-
' ahead.. . , i. cember 28, at the Edenton Res-
Mayor Levmt Culpepper of,taurant. ;.,-flThe executivfr . board
Elizabeth' City! Mm guest speak- will , meet Thursday " night, ! pe
. er at the dinner. . , ( ' cember 7, with Miss Wood at
" ' Charles M. Harrell Was again her home on Grubb Street.
installed' as presidertl of the' These present' were Mr, Nors-
. .... .. . Unvn.'' IT nllm.rAll
-Perquimans unantDer. instaiiedi
nin with Waiwll tt viro
"T oresident Claude Brinn: and
R.L, Stevenson, i secretafy-treas-
ihier - Directors.: R. 4 L. Hollo-!
wll. Floyd Matthews ahd War
ner Madre, , members of the old
' board, u The new members in
' stalled were Dr. T. P. Brinn,
John' D. Coston ' and Julian A.
White,- . .!
Allan "W, Mills, mahager of
the Perquimans -Chamber, 1 read
a list of the various Committee
rhfllrmpn v. namcdi bv President'
Charles . M. ' Harrell for 1962.1 Church of Hertford will hold a
Merchants Committee Chair- bake sale beginning at 10 o'clock
man, W. F Ainsley; Industrial Saturday morning, December 9,
Committee,- Keith Haskettj - In-I in the old Hertford Banking Co.
(Continued on Pa ' building.- .
Ijaj Coitimiinity Progress
Ax ards Presented Thursday
Approximately -1 573 , peoph
were on hand at Perquimany
EJch School Thursday night tc
the . second, annual pre
i of - community devel
a -urds for Perquimans
Top awards Were pre.
f.j ; 'the Vhiteston and
n;..os Of the
' ' '
,-"s winners received
The Hertford Junior Chamber
of Commerce today formed
committee to seek nominations! X'day night at 7 oclock. The
for the outstanding young man' 8am under way with
of the year in the county,' ac-j8 Junior Varsity game being
cording to John Beers, president
of the Jaycees.
The 1 committee, headed by
Don Norman, is actively can
vassing . .churches, businesses,
clubs and organizations to de-
fnpmlnn tirtiinU . trniirn mm 91
through 35-has contributed the
most to the 'community during
Don .stated that nomination-
blanks can be obtained from any
locaI Javcee. ;x
According to Don, nominees
will be judged on contributions
to community welfare and bet-
terment, participation in all-
around community activities and
civic .enterprises, . evidence of
lasting contribution to commun-
liy wenare, evidence of leader
ship ability, evidence of person
al ' and business progress, and
cooperation with individuals and
civic organizations.;., Final date
T submitting nominations
January 5, 1962. -
BPY Club Holds
The " Hertfo7dBusinP mJ:.?
tastefully decorated for jthe oc
cesion, where they enjoyfd a de
licious steak supper. i , ; ; ;
They met in the den, for the
procram when. Mrs. JVlasion. Ice-.
telaUve chairman. rqcognW
Mrs. Alice .1. Kens, wna intro-l
Mrs. Alice ,T. kens, who intro
duced N. A. Notsworthy of
Norfolk," a lawyer, ' an: author
representative ; of
of - Peoples
Bank & Trust Company, who
j led a most informative and in
teresting discussion of wills and
the' importance -of making wills.
He 'said that -women,, especially,
sliould write a will since statis
tics show they- live longer than
men, . they maintain and control
more wealth than .men.
Mrs. Nathan Relfe, Mrs- Dilwyn
Young, Miss Wood, Mrs. Maston,
Mrs. Owens, Miss Thelma EU
liott, Mesdames Betty X. Swifl-
dell. Essite H. Burbage, Nezzie
P. sHaste, A Alice "Mac" Kanoy,
Roxanna ?. ' Jacsdn, Mtfry 'Dale
S. Lane, Mario SL Elbott 'and
Mrs. Sallie McN. Lane. it
SAINT CATHERINE"GUILD Jf
TO HOLD BAKE SALE SAT.
The Saint Catherine Guild ofib:B v,aiic.m type 'trucks, operat-
the Holy r Trinity Episcopal
last year's top' winner), Belvi
dere and Chapanoke-Wobdville.
i(t,i nv $n.if.)M
iwarded 'white V ribbons, i and
N. C. Extension SerVice spe- , - J,""K,
cialista. described the program f"d Mrs. W. T." Drake of Wll-.
os ''one of . the most comprehend l'amston. has been elected North
live in the stale" " .' v-"Csrolinajs ; "Most Beautiful Ma-
sive in the state,
j-4 - ivi in aiu,.i
Z i un.
r of the 'Albemarle Elec
i CO- pOrf lon,
Flay Hiz&th City
The Indians arid Junior Var
sity team of -Perquimans High
School will meet the Elizabeth
City High School basketball
teams in. a home ... game, ta be
played at the school gymnasium
P"ya wsi, wh.k
...Ill n I Or A'Atru.1r '
win yiaj fc uvimvr. i,
Perquimans High School's bas
ketball season lor 1962 got un
der "way last;, week with the
first game being :t played with
Windsor at which time the In-
dia"S d wlT" f 11 e n
Hhs WirtriRnr trirla with
0007 rh Indians
droppe(f their game to the Wind
sor bovs with a score of 25-59.
At the end of .the first half
f th. bovs' came tho Windsor
team was leading the Indians by
only two points. However, the
Indians failed to rally and did
not score at all in the third
quarter. ; '" '
Boards Draws 35
For Jury Service
" Commissioners for Perquim
ns County at their December
meeting drew the names of 36
county residents fpr jury duty at
the Jenuary term of Superior
Court. - VI',: - "
Residents whose names were
drawn for jury service arc: M.
John Lawrence WinsJow. w U
liam E. Lane. Robert R. Keaton,
A. J. Chappell, , Crafton; Wins
toalter Nixon. Walter Mur
ray' Parker, . Braxton Godfrey, '
Walter Harrtll, . James Pierce,
m. v II H V 111 x n.r
Hollowell, Merrill lay-
: . , ; ti r:i
v,. Eure, jr., -Mpnonau . cm,
Jr., and Dennis P., Winslow.
Hertford Of ficials
Meet In Raleigh With
The Hertford Town officials,
Mayor. V. N. Dafden, City At
torney Charles E. Johnson and
Town Clerk K C. "Bobby" El-
Uott met in Raleigh last Wed-
...;ik Mr Vfnnhani nf the
licauajr v,w , .
Division of State Stream Sani-j
tation and Hydrology Committee'
for the purpose of discussing thej
sewage disposal : facilities re
quired by the state.' A delay
was. requested by the town in
order that the Raleigh firm of
L.' E. Wooten & Co, who has
been hired as sonsulting. engi
neers for the preliminary plan
ning to have time to make a
preliminary : study as i to how
long it would take to complete
the disposal plant. .'
In Truck Accident ,;
Steve Perry, Jr., a salesman
for "Jackson Wholesale Com
pany, is recuperating from- in
juries received in; an accident
last week which occurred while
Ptrrv was nneratinff one of the
. p(1 bv the jacksori Wholesale
n The accident occurred, at the
ffnlk intersection And
quick thinking on the part of Mr.T Dursmti; Neck walked- off with
Perry resulted in his being able the, community service award
ta avoid colliding with another for. the year as the Albemarle
vehicle and maneuvering the District of Ruritan National held
Bi-iihrf mte-simt a store.
doing only damage to the "ve
hicle he was operating and , suf
fering personal- injuries.
tn4 TWaIra VVina
jdfette" by the drum "majorettes
Ot America. ,
-M.ss Dra-ke, gduate of
amston High School is a fresh,
maP at ',,a!l pUlUHHO
C-V.A !h 4Va n.n.-
iniignw oi mrs.
rd. i i
it:' i C - "I
taxes. ;. . . .
The List Takers and Farm ,. ,
Crop Census Takers for 1962 are - F!ftecJ cases were disposed of
as follows: Mrs. Elton Uyden. durin Tuf fss'on of Per
Belvidere Township; T. Julian T8 -f"" Crt', PT
Long, Bethel Township; Mrs.i sTldued 0ver Jff Charles Ej
Belle Proctor," Parkville Town-' Jol?nso, The dckel,was thc,
ship; Percy Rogerson, Hertford1 hehtest "n .several weeks' I
Township; Melvin Euie, New - Ruten Cox, Jr., charged with
Hope Township. , no operator's , license and no in-'
The Board ordered a special surance, was given a 60 day
meeting to be held in the Court road sentence. Sentence to be
House at 10 A. M., Monday, De- suspended upon payment of a
cember 18, for the purpose of $50 fine., and court costs,
instructing the- List Takers of Roland Coval, charged with
their duties and any other busi- improper muffler, was fined $10
ness that may come before the and costs of court. . '
Board. " I Mitchell D. Sawyer, charged
It was also voted , by thc with improper brakes, was fin
Board to hold the next regular ed $10 and taxed with, costs,
meeting on Tuesday, January 2, ; James Jones paid the costs
1962.: x . for improper parking. ,
The Board approved beer li- Clyde Lee Lane and Irving
cense application submitted by Long, charged with improper
WiD'am' B. Jones. , mufflers, paid the costs.
The Commissioners voted to Jacob White and Obcd T.
donate $500 to the Perquimans Winslow, Jr., both charged with
County Chamber of Commerce speeding, were each fined $10.25
for one year's contribution and and taxed with costs. I
the funds to come from non-tax! William C. Edmundson paid a
On motion' passed, the Board'
authorized Don Norman, mana-l
ger of the local Farmers Home
Administration Office, to install
wiring, . locks' on doors, interiori
painting and change sink, in the court costs on a charge of as
Davenport office building rent- sault on a female. I
ed by Perquimans County.
A petition requesting the Stale
Highway Commission to hard
surface SR No. 1305 leading
from SR No. 1303 to US High
way 17, 'approximately 3 miles
in New Hope Township, was ap
proved by the Board.
On a mQtion passed, the Board
approved a 'petition requesting
the State; Highway "Commission
- to add , U second- mad system,"
Continued on Pag Two'
Mrs. Donald Norman Named
Chairman For March Of Dimes
- "Moving forward from : the-
successful fight against polio.j
we w iNew iviarcn oi .uimBsioi ine national rounaaiion.
will support one of the most Mrs. Gorman pointed out that
potent medical programs ever the March of Dimes organiza
launched aeainst chronic cripp-l tion, while continuing its ; 24
ling disease," Mrs. Donald Nor-. year successful fight against po
man said today. lib, is also attacking crippling
Mrs. Norman's statement was With defects and arthritis,
made as she accepted appoint-! "Funds are needed to Sup
ment to direct the March Of port research which offers real
Dimes campaign' in Perquimans hope of discovering preventives
Count from Januarv 2 throueh
v - - w
January 31. .;. '
Ths f appointment was an-
Notices In 1,12:1
Perquimans ' County growers
win receive oiuciai notice oi
ineir ;arm acreage auoi- -
ments for cotton in - the next1 Monday evening, December 4, by
few days, it was announced by Superintendent of Schools and
ASCS Manager George Bellmon. Mrs- J- T- Biggers prior to the
Farmers who do not intend; to board's December business meet
operate a farm for'which a 1962,ln6- . ,. , . ,
cotton allotment is established1 Guests l the dinner besides
should immediately' return the
nffirUl not'lc in lh Countv
ASCS Office so that it can beiThomf Maston n E- Wood
, , , ContinuM on Pag 2 t (Continued on Page lour)
Durahts ; Neck
" annual convention jrraay at
the Hotel Virginia Dare in Eliza
At the same , time vLester
Copeland of the Chowan, Club
was named district governor,
succeeding .: C. ' I; (DicH Brewer
of Hertford, .who , served as
leader 6f the district for the
P" two wra.
- Presentation of awards, the
election, of tho new governor and
an . address , by, Rome ! Schwagle
0f Maryland, pdst national presi
dent,' featyred the banquet which
attended by approximately
125 pen.ons , -
J ' uuiuvu-
cunuiuuivy t ncivitc cwwu, mc
Iprue honor of the year's pro-
unc 01 $0.40 ana court costs on
a speeding charge. '
Stanley L. Wilson, charged
with following too close, was'
taxed with court costs.
Joshua B. Zachary paid tho
James E. Overton, charged
with being drunk on the streets,
was fined $2 and costs.
Lester Repcll, failure to sec
intended movements, could be
made In safety, was taxed with
costs. V . j , ! 1
Julian Emanuel Johnson, Jr.,
was taxed with costs, for driving'
on the i left side of the road.
Ttffif'M Perry paid the costs'
oH ? a, cbarg6 tt failure . to ob-,
serve stop light
nounced by Mrs. W. C. Dozier,
Chalrmdn' of 'the local chapter'
and cures for these diseases.
This is the program that devel-
Continued on Page 4
Board of Education
Meets On Monday
The Perquimans County Board
" r ,
with . a irtirialmuc riinnpr nn
the board members were Miss
Thelma.. ElUott, Mr. ', and Mrs.
gram, Durants Neck Club also
was presented , six certificates
for outstanding committees. Ac
ceptance was made by Carson
Spivey, club president. . f.
'Other clubs honored .for. com
mittee activities, were Bethel and
Pasquotank with two certificates
teach, and Newland-Providence
. and farKvuie, one apiece.
During the afternoon session
various reports were 'heard find
an - officers' ' school . conducted
with ' Charles M&yt in charge
of' the!" presidents, vice presi
dents antf" directors, and S. L.
Lowery handling the incoming
secretaries and treasurers j
i At the nirht - session Mayor
Levin Culpepper welcomed tre
Ruritans to Elizabeth City. Ed
Self of the Providence-Newland
Club, was in charge of the en
) Conttnuad oa Pag I
, Indications point to one of the
largest Christmas sales promo
tions in several years as the
merchants of Hertford have join
ed together to bring their cus
tomers unusual sales values dur-i
mg the Christmas Holiday. Sea
The Hertford merchants are
extending themselves for the
holidays and are offering many
better values to their customers.
Practically every merchant is
making a truly fine sales event
by special purchases of out-i
standing selections. j
Every effort is being made'
to make the holiday shopping
one of the most outstanding ever
, A fishing party, composed of
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Divers
and Mrs. E. C. Woodard, made a
record catch of rockfish last
Thursday when they landed 30
rockfish averaging three pounds
up, while jjtrolling in the Per
Thc party fished from about
9 in the morning until late af
ternoon. Glee Club Plans
For December 10th
vi uuimaj, w, but. .
high school glee club will pre-
sent its annual Christmas con -
The program ,s divided into
four parts. Part I consist of
two Christmas anthems and two
Negro spirituals. Rachel Wins-
otanwn win sing soios irom ine
r Z L ; .u , , u'heavy worl. 01 KcePinS, y
will sing carols from
sing carols irom otner
lanus. 'iiuuii liic taia ajc Afic
Carol of the Drum," "What
Strangers Are These", "Bring
A Torch Jeanette Isabella", and
"What Child Is This?" The!
carols end with the familiar "Si-'
lent Night" by the group and
a sextet composed of Nancy.
Ba toman, Verna Perry, Mary
Barbee, Rachel Bass, Madeline
Perry and Margaret. Eure. . ;
Part IV includes a choral'
reading from Luke I and the
Christmas hymn "We Would See
Jesus" with Jerry Sullivan as' was broken into recently and ?veryone lse, would prefer to
soloist.; The program is con-, the entire cottage ransacked. A uave fa ,'?uiet Chstmas with
eluded with The First Noel and. number 0f items were taken thejr famllies
The Hallelujah Chorus from The! fr(Mn the cottaee which included! can.make the chief hap
Messiah. a rtin anH an wtrir mixer1 py .by being careful to avoid
Beginning at 3:45 P. M.. there
will be a prelude of familiar
carols played on tbe bells by'
umaa button, accompanied at
the organ by the church organ-jtage
ist. i he accompanist for the
glee club is Bc-tsy Barbee. The
public is cordially invited to, at-
Superintendent of Perquimahs
County Schools John T. Biggers
left Tuesday to attend the mid
winter conference of all city
and county superintendents in
the state being held at Durham.
The two-day mid-winter con
ference is to study policies of
the State Department of Public
Mrs. Biggers accompanied her
husband and will visit her
son-in-law and daughter in
Chapel Hill while Mr. Biggers
attends the conference.
Two Hertford Men
On ECC Honor Roll
Jack ; Brinn, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Jack E. Brinn, and John
Brouehton HI, students at East
Carolina College in Greenville,
were among the students at the
college on the honor roll. ' '
Christmas In Song .
At Berea Church
The Senior Choral Club- of
Roanoke Bible College will pre
sent ; "Christmas In ; Song," Fri
day night at 7:30 o'clock at the
Berea Church of Christ The
public is cordially invited to attend.
The Hertford Jaycees are ap
pealing to everyone in the com
munity to dig back in the clos
ets, attic and basement and call
them if they have some
toys that can be repaired.
The Jaycees want these toys'
for underprivileged children in
tbe community. They ask that The polling places are lbcaL
you call a member of the Jay-'ed as follows: Belvidere Com
cees, who will pick up the toys, munity, Charles Layden's Store
or that you deliver tliem to thc a"d L. L. Chappell's Stori;
Hertford Fire Station.
Seal Sales Total
$579.60 To Date
Mrs. Roxanna Jackson, Christ
mas Seal chairman for Per
quimans County, reported so far
this year the Seal appeal total
Since it is a custom for a fol
low up of the letiers mailed in
November, ' Perquimans County
residents will be receiving a
colorful reminder about Christ
mas Seals. The reminder is also
a plea, asking those who re
ceived Seals to send in their
contribution. Mrs. Jackson said
"""""" ou',J:, S",UUJU oe P'L-
ed high on the list of all shop-
pers. She pointed out the ex-
pansion of the activities of the
TB Association, such as tubercu-
lin test for first graders by pub-
he health nurses, also the 51 pa-
tients in boarding homes in Per-
ru c , i ,j i. ,..
UCILUI1II ICSLCU dllU tl WIIU WCI
chest X-rayed through funds
from Christmas Seals, cooperat-
lans Health Department.
Mrs. Jackson said before an-
other Christmas Seal campaign
,uniUs ?cbedued for,
November of 1962. and the fol-
iow up oi me cnesi A-ray irom
the unit will add to thc already ,
qullnallli citizens cnecKea or
tuberculosis and other lung dis-
is Broken In
' The t,each cottage 6f Dr. and
At Nags Head
which are still unaccounted for.!" this holiday season' in ad
Pnlm mac mirla r Krnnlinff
a picture window in the living
r0Om of the cottaee. The cot-
was ransacked from top to
bottom and items of clothine
and blankets were removed
from the cottage and found on
the beach nearby.
On December 15th
Members of the Hertford Fire
Department will entertain their
wives and a number of guests
at their annual Christmas ban
quet December 15.
The banquet will be held at
the Hertford Grammar School
on Friday night, December 15,
at 6:30, o'clock, according to
Fire Chief R. C. "Bobby" Elliott.
Cotton - Peanut Ref erendums
Scheduled Tuesday? Dec. 12th
How farmers vote in the cot
ton marketing quota referendum
to be held throughout the na
tion's cottort growing area on
December 12 will determine
whether quota penalties will ap
ply and also the level of price
support for 1962 cotton crop.
The referendum, therefore, is of
vital ' concern to every cotton
grower, according to Perquim
ans County ASCS office man
ager, George Bellmon. ? '
.. The marketing quota program
will be in operation for next
year's " crop if at least two- j
thirds of the votes cast in the
Polling places where Perquim
j us County "farmers may cast
ballots in the reiciendum on
marketing quotas for the 1962
upland cotton crop " were an
nounced today by L. L. Lane,
Chairman, Agricultural Stabili-
usedjzation and Conservation County
I Committee. The referendum
be held on Tuesday, De-
Bethel Community, J. L. Curtis
Store and Hertford Livestock &
Supply Company; Hertford Com
munity, Agriculture Building and
Jordan & Long's Service Sta
tion; New Hope Community, .
W. Turner's Store and Tun: .
& Caddy's Store; Nicanor v
Liunhy, Wink Winslow's Stoic,
und j'aikville Community, Fred
Winslow's Store and Towe-Pike
Ciram & :Suppy Company.
o'ui will be open from 8:00
A. M., to t:00 P. M.
Chairman Lane explained that
every effort has been made to
inform farmers fully about the
allotment-quota program, so that
the outcome of the referendum
may represent the considered
opinion of ail the voters. Farm-
elifeible to cast ballots are
those who eneaeed in tha
production of the upland cotton
crop ln m Approval by at
lcast two-thirds of thc growers
voting is necessary d the
tas ale to go into effect
i33,1QS to bc decidpd
December 12 referendum are (1)
ru,t3s or M quotas and (2)
AVaMahlA ftr the 1 QfiO
ir th ;.- f.J.,Ki
,,Un niQ$ m ,. f.
cotton produced on a farm, and
pri(:e fiupp6rt t0 srower8 ' who
Cor, wi their farm of-
mets will be available at
level of from 65 to 90
If the vote is not favorable,
there will be no Quotas or Deni
itir. nnniinou, tn , ,nc.
(upland cotton crop, and
I support to cooperators will be
at 50 percent of parity, as di
rected by law. j
Helo The Fire Chief
Have Merry Holiday f
Help the fire chief and his
men have a Merry Christmas
this year by using care with
fire around the house.
The chief and his men, like
dition you can 'have a Merry
,nrs yourself without the
prospect of a rebuilding bill in
Two fire calls were answered
this past week by the Hertford.
Fire Department, Both fires
were in the county and were
Gets Wake Forest
Ray Thornton, assistant coach
at Wake Forest College visited
the Perquimans High School
here Tuesday of this week and
interviewed some of the boys
there. ' !
"Waldo Winslow; student at
Perquimans 1 High School, has
been, offered 8 scholarship a'
Wake Forest -College. - i
referendum are in favor of the
program. "' In that case,' price
support will be available to
growers who comply "with 'the(r
farm allotments for the 1962
crop of cotton at a level between
CS and 90 per cent' of parity,
and quota penalties will apply
on any "excess" cotton. If more
than one-third of the votes are
against quotas, there -would be
no quota penalties and the price
support level to eligible grow
ers would drop 50 per cent j ofc
Parity. ' " , " '
Even though quotas are dis
. (Connmtod oft Ftff Four) .