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Fathers And Sons
i Pie In Plane Crash
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!•' six sisters, Mrs. Isaac Harrell,
Mrs. J. D. Pselfc and Mrs. Prank
Hughes of Edenton, Mrs. Wilbert
Hare of Tyner and Mrs. Edgar
l Ray Dilday and Mrs. Bruce Wil
. kins of Norfolk. '
E The son is survived by his
, mother, Mrs. Josephine Lorrence
; Nixon; his wife, Mrs. Jeannette
Perry Nixon; a brother, David
Nixon of Norfolk; two sisters,
Patricia and Linda Nixon of|
\ Eden ton and paternal grandmo
: ther, Mrs. Delcie Nixon.
A dbutoie funeral was held for
■ Mr. Nixon and his son Tuesday
; afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the|
Rooky Hock Baptist Church, of
which, both, were members. The j
| pastor, the Rev. Thurman All- 1
t red, officiated, assisted by the
Rev. Carl Hart, pastor of Bal
, lard’s Bridge Baptist Church.
( Burial was in the Nixon Ceme-
I ttry in Rocky Hock.
John Elmer Perry, Jr., was ;
I employed by Robert Hollowell
l at Sunbury. He served in the
Philippines during World War.
II and was the son of Mrs. Mat- 1
L tie Knight Perry of Tyner and
: the late J. E. Perry, Sr.
Besides his mother, he is sur
vived by .his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth!
Hoffler Perry; two daughters,
Mrs. Jeannette Nixon of Eden-]
ton and Miss Carol Perry of|
Hobbsville; three sisters. Mis.'
Virginia Warren of Elizabeth 1
City, Mrs. Paige Hollowell of
Newport News, and Mrs. Donald
Spivey of Hobbsville; six broth-]
ers, James Perry of Lynchburg, I
f Va., Glenn Perry and Ted Perry!
of Newport News, Emmett Per-j
ry of Manassas, Va., Thomas!
Perry of Edbnton and Carroll!
Perry of Tyner; two grandsons
and his maternal grandmother,
■ Mrs. Lydia Knight of Corapeake.
I Perry’s son was employed by
■Camp Manufacturing Company
Hos Franklin, Va. Besides his i
■mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hoffler |
■Perry, he is survived by his]
Mrs. Kay White Perry;!
Hwo sons, John Perry, Jr., and
Dean Perry; two sisters,
Hfn. Jeannette Nixon and Miss
Perry of Hobbsville; hi.s
|Hiaterna] grandparents. Mr. and
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Mrs. W. H. Hoffler and his pa
ternal grandmother, Mrs. Mattie*
Knight Perry of Tyner.
Roth were members of Bal- 1
lard’s Bridge Baptist Church,
where a double funeral was ,
held Tuesday afternoon at 4,
o’clock. The pastor, the Rev.
Carl Hart, officiated, assisted by .
the Rev. Thurman W. Allred,
pastor of the Rocky Hock Bap
tist Church. Burial was in the
20 YRARS AGO
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paign for the purpose of collect
| ing old metal, rubber, rags and!
paper throughout the county. I
R- C. Holland was elected to
] serve as chairman and C. W.
Overman vice chairman.
I Far completing the course in
1 first aid, 20 Edenlonians receiv
ed standard- first aid! certificates.
With the possibility of "The
Lost Colony" being abandoned.
Clerk of Court E. H. Spires
wrote a letter to Governor J. M.
: Broughton urging the Governor
to look with favor with the
showing unless objections were
made by the War Department.
I What was the first semblance
of any labor trouble ever to take
| place in Edenton occurred at
the Edenlon Colton Mill when
a small group of workers quit
their jobs. The plant was closed
, by mill officials which affected
1 about 300 employees, but opera-
I ticns began aftor two days.
| North Carolina was among a
number of seaboard stales to
have their gasoline supply cur
i tailed 20 per cent.
| L. L. Lewis was appointed
1 teacher of industrial arts at the
j Edenton school to succeed Wil- j
i Ham H. Hudson.
I The sixth and seventh grades
at the Edenton school purchased
$584.60 worth of defense stamps.
Friends were shocked to learn
that William H. Hudson died 1
suddenly in his room at Hotel 1
; Joseph Hewes.
VFW MEETS TUESDAY |
William H. Coffield, Jr., Post
No. 9280, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, will meet Tuesday night, |
March 27, at 8 o’clock. Com-J
mander Bill Harris urges a large
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