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American Boy choir to sing Feb. 26
American Boychoir of Princeton,
N.J , will perform in concert in
Elixabeth City, at the S.L. Sheep
Auditorium, Saturday, February 26
at ? P.M. Michael Kerry Williama.
12, aonof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williama
of Elizabeth City, ia high soprano
with the choral group.
Call 335-1168 (or ticket information.
NCSU honors high school seniors
N.C. State University's Alumni
Association and Admissions Dept.
are sponsoring a reception for
Perquimans County high school
seniors who have applied to the
university. The reception will be held
Thursday. February 24 at Nor
theastern High School auditorium in
Elizabeth City starting at 7 P.M.
The evening is designed to bring
faculty, students, administrators and
alumni together with prospective
students, their parents and guidance
counselors in order to explore further
the educational opportunities
available at N.C. State University.
Alumni coordinators for the event
are Wayne Howell and Bob Pippen
who will be assisted by area and
county alumni officials. Various
university personnel also will par
Sheep group to meet Feb. 14
The Albemarle Sheep and Goat
Association will meet on Monday,
February 14 at 7:30 P.M. at the
Perquimans County Agricultural
Extension Building on Edenton Road
Street in Hertford. Business to be
discussed includes goat and lamb
promotion and marketing, a sheep
and goat management school, and
the 4-H Livestock Show.
A program on "Flock Im
provement through Genetics &
Selection" will be presented by
Lions meet teachers in Donkey game
The Perquimans High School
Guidance Club will sponsor a donkey
ball game featuring the Hertford
Lions Club and the Perquimans
The game will be held Thursday,
February 17 at 7:30 P.M. at the high
school in Hertford.
The public is invited.
Extension plans farm seminar
The Executive Farmer Seminar
will be held on Tuesday, February 15
from 3:00 to 9:00 P.M. at Gabby's
Restaurant. For reservations call the
Perquimans County Extension
Department at 426-5428.
4-H Horse Club to meet Feb. 12
The Perquimans County 4-H Horse
Club will be having their fun day
February 12 at 2 P.M. at Harrel
For more information call Harrel
Thach at 426-5689.
Vegetable meeting scheduled Feb. 14
? The Perquimans County Extension
Service will be sponsoring the
Perquimans - Chowan Vegetable
Production meeting Monday,
February 14 at 7:30 P.M. at the Oak
Grove Community Building.
Headstart recruiting begins
* The Perquimans Co. Headstart
Program is now in the process of
recruiting students for the 1983-84
Along with your application you
Verification of Income
For more information contact Ms.
Sharon Gordon at 426-7070 or P.O.
Box 116, Winfall, N.C. 27985.
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recently of the North Carolina
Association of Chamber of Com
merce Executives in Raleigh.
The economy was the theme for the
meeting and according to Harrell the
reports were optimistic. N.C. Senator
Jesse Helms was the featured
speaker for the event. Both C.C.
Cameron, president of First Union
Bank in Charlotte, and Dr. Richard
Rahn, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
economist, said the economy was "on
the upturn" according to Harrell.
Ben Berry.chairman of the mer
chant's committee reported that his
committee was setting up meetings
for area merchants. Legislative
committee chairman gave the board
information about current legislative
Harrell announced two meeting
changes due to holidays ? July 7 and
September 8 will be the corrected
dates for the Chamber board
The next meeting will be held
Monday, March 7 at 7:30 at the
Hertford Municipal Building.
If you need only a few
drops of lemon juice, prick
one end with a fork and
squeeze the desired amount.
Return the lemon to re
frigerator and it will be
almost as good as new.
Farmers who participate in the now ^983
Payment in Kind (PIK) program automatically
qualify for higher yield guarantees on their Fed
eral Crop Insurance cpxTfiflt for wheat, com,
gram sorghum, cotton and rice ... at NO ADDI
Yield guerantees will automatically In
creese anywhere from ?% to 10% for those
who have FCIC crop insurance protection
when they sign up for PNC And, the premium
rale stays the same.
If you have not already ineured your 1983
crop againet natural dtoaaters that can occur
during the growing Mason, you owe It to your
self to get more Information on this FCIC pro
duction protection plan. Check out the addsd
benefits available when you sign up to peitld*
peto m PIK by the March 1t, 1? doaing dele.
The 20th Anniversary Party for
Mr. and Mrs. Tony McHome was
held Friday, February 4 at the Snug
Harbor Club House.
There were 75 attending this
celebration given by their daughter.
Miss Betty Joe McHorae and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Tedrick:
Local quiz bowl set
The Pettigrew Regional library
has scheduled the local 1983 Quiz
Bowl for Thursday, February 10 at 10
A.M. at the John A. Holmes High
School auditorium in Edenton.
Participating in the local Quiz Bowl
are Creswell High School, Columbia
High School (Tyrrell County),
Holmes High School (Edenton), and
Perquimans County High School.
Perquimans team members and
alternates are: Paige Hollowell,
Shelia Perry, Richard Skinner and
Mack Jones. Alternates are Tim
Morgan and Carol Madre. Sponsors
are Lois Stokes and Carol Harrell.
This is the fourth annual state-wide
Quiz Bowl to be held in N.C.
Herbert Williams, 60, of 1308
Normal Avenue, Elizabeth City, died
Friday at 12:33 A.M. in the
He was a native and lifelong
resident of Pasquotank County. He
was a member of the Lamb's Grove
Missionary Baptist Church,
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Mollie S. Williams; seven daughters,
Miss Darlene Williams, Miss Vera
Williams, Mrs. Ethel Crutch, Mrs.
Amanda Riddick, Miss Loretta
Williams and Miss Willie B. Brinkley
all of Elizabeth City and Mrs. Belma
Elliott of Tyner; four sons, Curlie
Williams and Columbus Williams
both of Manhattan, N.Y., Palmer
Williams and Patterson Williams
both of Elizabeth City ; two step-sons,
David Winslow of Manhattan, N.Y.
and Ronnie Winslow of Elizabeth
City; nine sisters, Mrs. Ezilia
Griffin, Mrs. Celestine Carver, Mrs,
Edith Gregoqr, iMrs. Roaie Mullen
and Mrs. Mary Harris all of
Elizabeth City, Mrs. Emma Graves
and Mrs. Ezilia Ruffin both of Nor
folk, Va., Mrs. Delia Satterfield of
Chesapeake, Va., and Mrs. Helen
Winslow of Belvidere; eight
brothers, James Williams Rahaway,
N.J. Lessel Williams of Newark,
N.Y. Howard Williams of Roosevelt,
N.Y., George Williams of Norfolk,
Va., Alton Stokley of Riverhead, N.Y.
James Stokley, Charlie Stokley and
Renzie Stokley all of Elizabeth City
and 26 grandchildren.
A funeral was Tuesday at 2:30 P.M.
at Mount Carmel Missionary Baptist
Church, Newland by Rev. James
White. Burial was in the Oak Grove
Cemetery, Elizabeth City.
Visitation was at Stallings Funeral
Home, Elizabeth City, Monday from
7 to 9 P.M.
The family was at Rt. S, Box 204B.,
East Meadows, N.Y. ? Mr. Oc
tavious Freeman, 35, died early
Saturday morning at the Nassau
County Medical Center, as a result of
a shooting accident.
A funeral will be Friday at 3 P.M.
at the First Baptist Church, Hert
1500 W. Ehringhaus St.
"See me for a State Farm Homeowners
Pblicy with Inflation Coverage;'
Like a good neighbor.
State Farm is there.
Stale Farm Fir*
and CaauaJly Company
Home Office: Boommglon. iMmo*
Perquimans High honor roll
A Honor Roll
Paige HoUowell, Laure White,
Sheila Perry, Lerl Anne Gard,
Tammy Lane, Sbella Saunders, Alice
White, Scott Dixon, James Wlnslow,
Sheila Harrell, Teresa Sc bollock,
Lisa CopeUnd, Thomesss Wlnslow
and Deanne Ashley.
A-B Honor Roll
Chris Mansfield, Gina Stevenson,
Marisa Stevenson, Ann Forbes, Carol
Madre, Tim Morgan, Richard
Skinner, Lynn Stallings, Elisabeth
Towe, Bruce Williams, Lynn Elliott,
Eddie Wslker, Dawn Strain and
As well as, Marggle Felton,
Belinda Wlnslow, Virgil Whitehurst,
Sandra Gregory, James Howell, Lisa
Schul thesis, Rlsha Jackson, Elmer
Boyce, Karen Boyce, Angels Spivey,
Brian Williamson, Brock Wtulow, "
Robert Mullen, Kevin Bennet. Paul
Whidbee. Deniae Banka and then? '
Also. Sarah Morton, Cassandra
Gris would. Sandy Smith. Trade \ f
Moore. Cathy Byrum, I vie Elliott.' :
Mario HoweU. Michelle Hurdle;'
Sarah Roontree, Susanne Winslow,;*
Keith Wood, Melvin Waters, Don ;
Holman, Kim Lee and Greg Barcliff. ;
As well as. David Cain, Laurie
Gregory, Johnny Trueblood, Wayne;
Wilder, Martin Chobot, Melissa '
Corprew, Ed Pulley, Gruinette
Trent, Pamela Tolson, David Win- ; 0
slow, David Milam, Susan Neisinger,.
Kenneth Perry, Jill Sims, Clarence .
Welch, Douglas Cherrix, Michelle ^
Strain and Janice Baker.
Senior citizens calendar
The following is a list of events for
the coming week at the Perquimans
County Senior Center, located on
Grubb St. in Hertford.
10 - Green Thumb Host-Agency
Bible Study Class - 1-3.
11 - Blood Pressures Checked for
Free -9-12 & 2-5.
Bible Study Class Valentine Party
14- Crochet Class - 1-3.
15 - Inter-Agency Council on Aging;
Friendship Club Meeting - 2.
16 -Bingo -2-4.
17 - Bible Study Class - 1-3.
Successful Set Club Meeting - 8-!
ford, by the Rev. J.H. London, Jr.
Burial will be in the New roadside
Visitation will be at Stallings
Memorial Chapel, Hertford, Thur
sday from 7 to 9 P . M .
The family will be at the home of
his mother, at 324Vi W. Market St.,
Freeman was a native of Hertford
but had lived in New York for the
past years. He was the son of Mrs,
Mary F. Foreman and the late
Junious (Tim) Ferebee.
Freeman was an Army Veteran
and a 1966 graduate of the
Perquimans County Union High
School in Winfall, N.C.
Freeman is survived by his
mother, Mrs. Mary freeman
Foreman of Hertford; two
daughters. Miss Tess White of
Hertford and Miss Lynn Freeman of
Westbury, N.Y.; a sister, Ms. Edna
R. Freeman of Hertford; three
brothers, Archell Freeman of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; Anthony Freeman of
Meneola, LI, N.Y. and Samuel
Foreman of Hertford; and a grand
mother, Mrs. Lillie Moore Freeman
Mary had a
hole in her heart.
Mary is just one of 25,000
children born each year
with heart defects, but
open heart surgery has
corrected the problem.
And this Valentine's Day,
for the first time in her
life, she's going to be a
The American Heart
Association is fighting to
reduce early death and
disability from heart
disease and stroke with research,
professional and public education,
and community service programs.
But more needs to be done.
You can help by making this
Valentine's Day "A Time To
Remember." Send the Mary in
your life a special occasion card
from the American Heart Associa
tion, listed in your telephone
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