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second - clan matter
November 15, 1984, at the post eSce
at Hertford, North Carolina, mdtt
tho Act of March 8, 1879. .
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FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 18, 1935.
THIS WEEK'S BIBLE THOUGHT
KINGDOM IS WITHIN: Neither
hall they say, Lo here! or, lo there!
for behold, the kingdom of God is
within you. JLuke 17?2L
MUST COME SOONER OR LATER
Walter H Oakey," Jr., judge of
Perquimans County Recorder's Court;
is adhering to his expressed deter
ruination X to sentence to jail every
defendant convicted in his court of
driving sin automobile . .while drunk.
This week he sentenced the third
offender to a jail teri&fat this of.
C P Dickinson, judge of the
Recorder's Court of Wilson County,
this week also sentenced drunken
driven to jail torms.
Judge Oakey's initial step in his
avowed Intention to do everything in
his power to stop the slaughter on
the highways provoked a good deal
of favorable editorial comment in va
rious newspapers in the State. The
Associated Press carried the story of
his second jail sentence meted out to
a drunken driver.
Judge Dickinson's action this week
in sentencing drunken drivers to jail
is also very favorably commented on
by the press of the State.
That the courts have been too len
ient with these offenders in the past
is evinced by the fact that it is news
when a judge imposes a jail sentence
for drunken driving, and that every
where is there commendation for his
The public is at last beginning to
be aroused by the horror of so many
fatal accidents on the highways. A
large number of these deaths is
caused by the driver who is under
the influence of liquor.
'The time must come when a jail
sentence will be inevitable for the
3 TIME TO SAY "YES" OR "NO"
A chance to vote on whether or
ot to continue the corn-hog control
rogram is given the farmers.
If you do not like the program, Mr.
- Farmer, now is your time to say so.
, If you do like it and want it contin
ued, you should express yourself.
You are given an opportunity.
A REMINDER OF THE PAST
Distinguished English Friends are
coming to Perquimans next week.
The announcement is reminiscent of
the visit of other English Friends to
Perquimans. It is two hundred and
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CZIAPPZLIi IIILJL .
: A-delightful birthday .dinner yrt
given at the home of M. T. Lane on
Sunday in honor-of Mr. MX'Lane
and their daughter, Seva. The dining
room was' beautifully decorated with
autumn flowers, while two - birthday
cakes, one holding 27 candles, and the
other, fi candles,: formed the' attrac
tive centerpiece on the dining table.
Several relatives and, t number of
friends were present, and enjoyed a
delicious dinner. Z " . . v , , ,
Miss Agnes Ward,' of ' Belvidere,
and Miss Trythenia Lane, of this
section, spent Saturday'' night with
uiu Kathryn Lamb.
Guests in tho homo of Mr:r and.
Mrs. Willi Lamb Sunday , afternoon
were; Mr.ianq ttrtv Charue Tt'rltog
arson and family, of Belvidere; Miss
Kathryn White, of ;: Belvidere; Mr:
and Mra.'fHtvfr Ttarfo anrf .' famil:
Mr. and "Mrs. 1 Graham Twine, of South; and who now Uvea in . Hert
Icaria. -' '. ' V ' " . ford, has not" missed .attending but
A. C. Lane is very 111 at this time, three of the annual conferences of
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Lane entertain, tho church in the past 46 years. Mrs.
ed quite a number of friends Sunday
afternoon. Those present .included:
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Layden. of near
Elizabeth City; Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Lane, of near Belvidere; . Mr. and
Mrs. M. T. Lane; Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ton Copeland, and Mrs. Lizzie Cope-
land, of near Ryland; Mrs. H. . P,
Lamb, of Newport News, Va.
S. G. Chappell, principal of Wilson
High School, visited his sister, Mrs.
Willie Lamb, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chappell, of
Newport News, Va., visited his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Chappell,
over the week-end.
Guests of Mr. and. Mrs. . M. D.
Chappell Sunday were Mrs. Spivey
and daughter, Mrs. Harried and her
daughter, Rodney Pannic and Edgar
Anderson, all of South Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Butt, of New
Hope, visited Mrs. Butt's mother,
Mrs. Tom Monds, during the week
end. Mrs. R. B. Chappell, Miss Lillian
Hendren and Miss Orene Chappell
went to Norfolk, Va., Thursday.
Mrs. Henry Lamb, of Newport
News, Va., visited her sister, Mrs. E.
L. Chappell, over the week-end.
Herman Humphrey, of Newport
News, Va., was here Friday evening.
Mrs. Clarsey B. Turnage and Wil
liam H. H. Curtiss, both of Hertford,
were quietly married on Tuesday,
October 15, the ceremony being per
formed by the Rev. D. S. Dempsey,
pastor of the Hertford Baptist
Church, at the parsonage.
The bride is 63 years of age, and
the bridegroom likewise is 63.
sixty-three years since that visit,
when the first sermon ever preached
in North Carolina of which there is
any record was delivered by William
Edmundson on "Phelps Point," now
Hertford, "under the hemlock trees."
John Fox, the founder of the Friends
Church, also paid a visit to Perqui
mans later that year.
William Edmundson and John Fox
were given a right hearty greeting
by the scattered settlers in 1672.
Friendly Indians were among the
little company who heard the
Mighty and lasting have been the
influence of those early English
Friends on the lives of the people oi i
5-V Crimp Galvanized Roofing
Also a large supply of Building Supplies, including Cement, Lime, Bricks, Plaster, Brixment, Sand
and Gravel, Saches, Doors, etc. We also carry a large supply of Athey's 100. Pure Paints," Roof Coating
HERTFORD HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO.
AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE"
HIT OR HISS
? W. I Hotter, former Hertford boy
who now lives in Richmond, Va., and
who was a visitor in Hertford this
week,' with 'a partyof friends took a
trip to cuoa some week ago, and
happened to be in Miami, Florida, on
the night that the terrible hurricane
swept the Florida Keys,, leaving
death and desolation in its. wake.
.The party was delayed .for twenty-
four hours,' after which they took a
plane for Havana,, passing . over the
devasted area and j seeing rom the
iv the awful havoc wrought by the
Mrg. R. T. Clarke, ;.whoa husband
was a member of the Virginia Con
ference of - the Methodist- Church,
Clarke to attending the conference
. Danvflje, Va., this week.
A colored man was being tried in
Recorder's Court upon the charge of
non-support on Tuesday. The wife
as prosecuting witness had taken
her young dhOd to court. She had
testified that her husband had not
been home in eight months.
. Then the defendant Was placed
upon the stand. "Daddy, Daddy,"
said the child, and leaving her moth
er, toddled over to the 'witness chair,
where the father placed his, hand on
his child's heal
"Hasn't that child seen you in
eight months?" asked Judge Oakey
of the defendant "Yes,' Sir," was
the reply, "she sees me every time 1
go there to carry something." .
"Case dismissed," said Judge
S. P. Mathews, prominent Belvi
dere Township farmer, who has been
sick, is improving, and was in town
on Monday. Mr. Mathews, who is
oo years oi aire, naa a aocror visit
ft m m m i ti
-3. i-rr:;::r : r " r r.:
first time since
Of Bethel Meets
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Bethel Baptist Church held its
regular monthly meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the church, with the
president, Mrs. J. M.. Fleetwood, pre
siding. The devotionals were con
ducted by Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. A very
interesting program followed the
business session, the topic being,
"Youth Uplifting the Banner." Af
ter the program, Miss Huby Keaton
and. Miss Kathryn Fleetwood gave a
very interesting dialod4 "Talking
Across a Century." The meeting
was then dismissed, by the president.
There were fourteen members and
two visitors present. '
Miss Marie Deal and, Mr. Robert
Chambers were married Saturday,
October 12th at South Mills. Miss
Deal is the attractive daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Deal, of Chap
anoke. Mr. Chambers is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Chambers, of Eli
zabeth City, Route Three. The couple
have returned from a few days' visit
in Norfolk, Va., and are making their
home with Mr. Chambers' parents.
A CARLOAD OP
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ford, green LeIer Fountain Pen.
Finder please return to'. oJT.ce of
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FOR RENT FARM , FOX ELNT
,1near Belvidere,' "convenient . to
" school add church. , Terms to suit
applicant.. Apply to T. J. Jessup,
Gates, N..O-', ;" . ' 2te
NOTICE OFtSALE OF VALUABLE
Under and by Virtue of an border
of the' Superior Court, of Perquimans
County, North Carolina, made in tho
Special Proceeding entitled Mrs. Wm.
Weston Mrs, Lillio Long and others
vs. Helen Davis and, Myrtle Norman
Elliott, atf heirs mt IaW of J; T. Phil
Bps, deceased, .the aame being Nov-
upon the Special Proceeding Docket
of said court, , tho undersigned com
missioner will, on the s 11th day ..of
November, 1935, at 11:80 o'clock At
M., at tho courthouse door in Here
ford, North Carolina, offer for sale
to the highest bidder tot cash' that
certain tRSt of land lying and being
in Bethel Township, Perquimans
County,' North Carolina, adjoining
the lands formerly ' belonging to
Solomon Rogerson, Wm. Manley and
others and more particularly de
scribed as follows; to-wit.
Firet Tract: Bounded on the West
by the lands of J. P. Morris, on the
east by the lands of Solomon Rog
erson, on . the north by the road
leading from Bethel to "Mardre's
Point," and on the south by Yeopim
River, containing : sixty-six and, 2-3
acres, more or less, and. being . the
same land " these ' bargainers. heired
from their father, Elija. Morris, de
ceased, and being tho same ' landg
conveyed to John T.r Phillips by J. E.
Morns and others by deed dated Ctt
27th of November, 1899, and record
ed in Deed Book 8 at page 432 No.
238 in the office of the Register of
Deeds 0f Perquimans County,
aecond TnteU Beginning On the
road at a ditch in the "line between
ui, - , .j
eriy sPrwu) which ditch is the m
EDENTON, N. C. ;
PROGRAM COMING WEEK
Today (Thursday) and Friday,
LORETTA YOUNG - CHAS. BOYER
Saturday, October 19
"The Big Calibre"
"Rustlers of Red Dog" - Comedy
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 21.22
"Every Night at Eight"
GEORGE RAFT - ALICE FA YE
Wednesday, October 23
"little Big Shot"
SOON: Dick 'Powell in "Broadway
Gondolier," Shirley Temple in "Curly
Top," Will Rogers in "Steamboat
Round the Bend." Watch for dates.
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LL- pru h
ixtjrv(Si) yai-s. t a''v--"h, C.C3,
south alon said dilvh at riht angles
tjo thai road three ' hundred ' forty
340) yards, (then west parallel with
tho road aixty 60) yards the
ditch in the lane between Phillips
and Wm. Manley,- tand north r along
said ditch.' three hundred forty (840)
yards to the place of beginning On
the road, containing four, (4) acres,
being a part of the Solomon Roger
son land lying next to the lands of
J. T. Phillips, and oeing' the same
land conveyed to John Tia:Phfflrps
by deed from W. T. . Williams dated
the 6th day of Marchj 1907, and re
corded on the 6th d ay of - March,
1907, in Deed Book 7 at pag 492 in
the rfaea-f the lUjliiftr of Deeds W
Perquimans County, North Carolina;
Said deed ''of conveyance ' to J: T.
Phillips ; mentioned .i, .description -of
both of ;s't fccta are-k-rtby refer-,
. . . at Pender, means getting tho
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c . ' v-. . C. B. Lvibii-iiju,
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION ;
Having qualified - as AdmiftiBtratrix
of the estate of Seymour Chappell,
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having ' claims :" against the
estate of said deceased- to exhibit
them to thO undersigned, at Hertford;;
N. C, on or before ; tho 8th " day of
October 1986,. or this, aottc will be ;
pleaded inbar of their recovery. - All .
persons indebted to said estate will
Thia th day of October, 1936.
Administratrix of, Seymour Chappell
most in highest quality foods at
hop at Pender!
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