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'v-r ' - .ert. j-erqunnans Count. knHl.UroUna. t J,, lM
iitii I rliifU 1 URNS BACK ELIZABETH CITY
IN FIRST GAME OF ALBEMARLE SEASON
Indians Play Windsor
s were Tonight; Team
; ' Shows Up Well In
1 JtIi?edu0iUJ; '5. the 0Peiing day. game
at Elizabeth City, the Hertford -In-
,ians started off the Albemarle
' iJTrv 8eas.on oy turning back the
Z I l" Vlly oenatr in Hertford
uesaay nignt by a, score of 5-3. .
''JCrai?. local pitcher, did a
creditable lob in hnidino. ti.. i
to sa bingles in the first game of the
qeoBon. ne allowed four walks.
' The Indians opened the game with
Sires, Duke University player, as
catcher; fled Kimbrell, first; Bud
Cayton, second; Bergeron of Duke at
short; Knight, former Wake Forest
. , player from Norfolk, at third; Har
mon Young in left field; Henry Christ
gpuof Pennsylvania, in center; Jo
Nowell in left. They blanked the
senators in the first inning and then
collected three hits to tally three runs
in their half of the first. The Sen-
ators came back to get two hits off
rni B 9 second and scored once.
The Indians collected singles in the
v fourth, fifth and seventh, but failed
- to score. Elizabeth City got one run
in the , seventh on three hits and a
v, walk and added another in the eighth
on a walk and a single. With the
core tied at 3-ail, the Indians came
to; bat in the eighth to get one walk
and two hits, scoring two runs which
Mure victory lor the Indians in the
. - vj. wie season.
and committed four errors during the
some, wiuioine oenatora got six hits,
three runs rtd mud -fiiM
MW V. 0;. Darden opened the
, juyji eaon iy xosm. out the first
ma, wnicn was.graoDed by Lefty Moe
Bajer B4. KimbreU made the CM
j.u uufc yy receiving ... pitch from
Crate ona SMiatnr' Jiimf r,..
Indian second sacker, recefod credit
r aw or tne seasohwhea
, ha 'smacks nut, a itn& w.;' ik.
i firsj; fentng.w Hft also icored thtt
.in a return game with the- Sen
ators Wednesday afternoon, Elizabeth
ii.y pounoed three Indian pitchers
, for numerous hits that mnntoA ft 99
rans, while the Indians collected four
-r The second home srame of th
son was played here Wednesday
;. lugui, witn me aaenton uoionials fac
ing the Indians. Mn Rnnr md M
Carthy was the starting battery "for
nerpora. ihe Indians handed Eden
ton a 2-1 defeat Hertford collected
" nine hits off Clark of Edenton, while
Bauer gave up five hits to Edenton.
Inclement weather conditions dur-
; ing the day held down the opening
game crowd, but a large number of
( fans were on hand to witness the first
game played on Memorial Field dur
ing 1 the 1948 season. AHHHinnnl
bleachers have been constructed along
first base line in Memorial Field
whicjj will accommodate larger crowds
. inan cotud be handled last season.
, i The next . home game for the In
dians will be played tonight when
we Windsor Kebels come to Hert-
fnprf fnr thair flm on.. v. T-
dians this year. Starting pitcner for
neruora in this game expected to
oe uurtis. ; . ; . . -
doijnty High Schools
Gain Extra Teacher
PerouimaM Connttr Mali tUhmJ
' gained an additional teacher for the
next fcnooi term, according to Mre.
Nellie Walker of thn school niwn'n.
tendent's office, who reported that the
State, allotment for teachers .showed
the local ' school gaining one extra
teacher, as did the Hertford colored
I J No change was made in the allot
II ment of teachers" for the county's
wiuw grammar evuuuig, out uie Usi
oi teachers xor elementary colored
schools was cut by five. - '
Legion To Select ";
Of ficers Tonight
Members of the Wm. Paul Stallings
Post ef the American Legion wUl
meet Friday night at the Agriculture
TlniMttttr In TTartfAivl fnr tita nmnutta
oi noiping- ann.uj: eiecuon oi onicers.
W. F. Ainsley, commander of the post,
urges mil members to attend. .
: He stated that nominations for the
f tective offices will be made, both by
e nominating committee and from
s floor. The meeting will begin at
O'clock. ' i . . ;
Board Of Education
Meeting June 14th
Perquimans Countv Ha,a rj
ucation will meet MnnWo,, t J
instead of the regular meetintr dav
next Monday it was announced by
W. Dail, chairman of the board.
Mr. Dail stated that, tho
meetmjr was hmnv
- - o r.fviicu mr one
week, pending th nrrjoi t.
, - V"' er-
hvu'ub new superintendent of
.oois, j. i. niggers, who will as
sume bis duties
postponing the meeting one weeic the
w -uiwrmienaent will be on hand
u ttLuena inn msct.ni n t ti .
- 6 v vuue x, HI
which time important fiscal matters
u .j t0 De dlscussed by the
FIRST DISTRICT'S NEW SENATORS
GOP ConETPSsinnnl lco.!!
service bill at this session of Cn.
gress was a mm, u
i. . ... " "V "PPears,
7'"118' a 0111 aing for the
draft of young men 19-25 for a period
two years military service may be
uciu'e ongresa adjourns for
the summer. TIia f!K.,- i ... j
ers have also stated that considera-
"u u acwon toward displaced per
sons and trad lpm-qioj 1.1..
given by Congress at this session.
I 1 L
toriaf DiaWrt 11 . Saurdas Primarv eItion, the First Sena
KorH 1 we new Senators. J. Emmett Winslow of
stead of tMket th 0Ve 7'000 votes' oUo bv W- ! Hal-
'"we over o,vuu votes.
Mavne Alhrio-Kt .
lit: .t uiusnea
third in the , six man gubernatorial
t T i "'uroayi announced
Tuesday that Jib thii tot m..
the second primary which will be held
June26r Stating he will leave it to
his supporter fe vote for which ever
man they choonA. TT. it
ln JPhnson-Scott run-
i-- ciuin iivin over
the btate oA WoW
mary balloting.- ,
An armistice fof Paiooft.. . .
r o "v, Aiuiuuiice
ment on Wednesday that both Jews
?nli 1 ' S' fihtin8T for the Holj
nave airrppn tA a i i-ni-J xt.
tions demand that both sides cease
unng. ine report Wednesday, how
ever, did not reveal in u
side will issue the cease fire order.
ne ngnting in the Holy Land has
been bitter durimr tha nut i,
with neither side apparently gaining
much advantage over the other. The
Arab troops occupied much of th tr.
ritory and had nAvan, iv.
-oo in iiuiiiDers ano materiel.
Public Favors More
Personal Touch In
State School Rooms
The schools of tho 55tnt i,u
- w . . U DliUUlU
place more emnhaaio ATI h 111' r
. . - - v " gCl
alone With nth pro hnnr t i-..J..
fectively, religious training and sex
cuucauon, iNortn uarolina citizens believe.
W. H. Plemmnna. ivni!.,.
1 f."v-.unrc QCVIC-
tary of the State Education rm.v
sion, announced tha un.
- w .yt,o uu VUII1-
pletion of tabulations on a question
naira sen r 9n nnn . ..
- tinens oi tne
The Dublic called
on developing a well-rounded person
ality, and preparing for marriage and
parenthood. The citizens also believe
that the schools should give-mere at
tention to understanding the opera
tion of government.
The majority of the citizens favored
teaching hisrh school .fciid, u..4.
economic theories. ufh n
socialism and communism, and a
siigntiy smaller number desired the
teacning or religions, such as Chris
tianity and Buddhism, and political
parties, such as Democratic and Re-
To 3 Months In Jail
For Driving Drunk
Mabel Stithem was found
. .... . a
oi a cnarge of driving drunk in Per
quimans Recorder's Court herp Tups.
aay morning, bhe was sentenced to
jail for a period of three months,
which was suspended upon payment
of a fine of $100 and costs of court
and $200 to be oaid to Luk A pvan.
der, Negro, for damages sustained to
Alexander's car in a collision on May
24. An appeal was noted to the
Superior Court following the judg
ment handed down bv Jude-p rwioo
According to testimony given to
the court, the woman was driving
norm on highway -J7 about nine
o clock on the night of May 24 when
her car collided with the one being
unven dv Alexander. As a result of
an investigation by Patrolman Her
bert White. Mrs. Stithem woo nbar.
ed with drivinc drunk. onH rAai
d M.iit UIUUCU
to report for the hearine- IipM this
Other cases heard at the court ses
sion this week included the cases of
Sam Payne and Maurice Seecks, both
UMSTEAD, SCOTT. COHOON in nw aim
PHILLIPS GET MAJORITIES IN COUNTY
To Meet Tonight
Township chairmen and snliritnnc
named to conHnrt thQ P
Security Bond drive by Countv
Chairman J. W. Ward will mept ot
the Court Hflllop l'n flar-tn.A CM
t ... uu.iuiu r HUdV
night to organize the nral dn'vp T.r
Ward announced yesterday.
fc.ach townshiD chairman hno heer,
notified of the meeting and renneated
to bring his local solicitors to thp
Perquimans County has been given
quota of $55,000 worth f IT
Government E, F and G bonds to be
Sold during- the camna.icrn The hnr,Aa
are identical to those sold during the
war, and are being offered to the pub
lic as a means for citizens n hein in
the battle against, inflati
At Perquimans High
cises Conducted Mon
More : than TR million Ju
damage and 26 known dead resulted
an uie nooo or the Columbia River in
the Northwest this week. Melting n
snow in mountain areas and heavy
Tnina rtnn..J 4.1.- ' ' i n .
vaiwu wle rlver to nood. Dikes
along the river broke, causing
- - ' 'O ww Avars
oi lives and property damage. Worse
mi. wwns were in Washington, where
some 3,500' Demons vn-nuu).
- - T " '"WMV- UVIUD"
ess by the sweeping flood waters.
Poppy Day Sales
Of every 10 answering t, charged with sreedino-. Rnth defend.
t .u;ii vi me iouowing should all 2 cmcral P" oi gumy and paid
children be reauired tn tav ;n fnnes of $10 and costs.
U r . - " " '"6" A .i . . . .
pros was taKen in the case
charging Max Edelberg with speed-
4 o Ieet Tonight
Th Auxiliary of the American Le-
n wtu meet vrujuy nignt at e
!wV . at Mi nnme nt Hift J. P.
ipei it was announced today. ,- All
amwrs oz me auxiuary are urged 1
. 1 .. . - A. I
. i ot i resent. (
Last Saturdav was Pnm nn.. . i
.-ji- . r, ' .
raaiuenis oiwtna. countv itorallxr
tO town aidincr flu A. T
Auxiliary to make the event a suc
cess. A total of S2K1 a mid k.it.
irom the sale of poppies, according to
Mro Tiim WIiUa .i j , .
ii in lit. wiii. wvmi na n n a i m
man of the committee in charge of
Mrs. White renorted thi week X
1,660 poppies were sold bv tha Axtn.
ary mem hers nnd vnliinte r1..
iw ' .V.V1
Ine county was worked thoroughly
tend Sums Tetwirted trnm ft,.
- - -jr TWIIUVB
communities were as follows:' Hert
ford. 1141.09: Winfnll. JfiK- r!h.n..
le, to; ueivioere, ?iz.zz; Whiteston,
xo.oi; ew nope, 15.40 and Bethel
Mam Ann TTam'a woo triwe n
ii . ....
uy tne iinxiiiarv lor sellino- thi l.r
egt iiumne of poppies.: I -
v proceeds 4 from the sale' will 1e
USeO DV tha AllTllianr frt. .
nabuitation and child welfare . .
''"AttXlUttnr mam nam aelllnnr
during the day were Miss Catherine
nara, urs. John eiymons, Mrs. Shel
ton Chappell, Mrs. Etta' Turner, Mrs.
W. B. Cayton, Mrs. Eonlac Webb,
Mrs. C P. , Sumner Hi. r.
Roach, Mrs. Frank Willey, Mrs. Bus-
" ,r, am. unwue vann,' Mrs,
Tom Cor. Um niit Wnif. .lm
. , 'I'w . . "iv) . ak cu"
IlotV Mrs. Mary Morris; Misses Ann
Proctor, Amy Roach, Nonie lane.
Trueblood, Betty Lou Tmeblood. Mrs.
T. P. Brinn and members of the Hert
ford troop of Girl Scouts.
school?" nearly 9 said English, more
than 8 said history and 7 said reading
and science. Rot0 r j t
- li.ii w ajiu I htlJU
homemakinir and Motii
we out of 10 would require algebra.
u piane geometry while 3 out of 10
would have all pupils study foreign
In criticizing the
lum, persons answering the question
naire said that not enough attention
IS given to tha ?ndiir,M0) n:i 1
1. , . -i.iv.ua, pupil, aim
that schools try to hold all pupils to
the same , standard of work. They
-a ior Detter Health education and
services, more vocational training and
encouraging, pupils to think clearly,
lUBwtuiy and independently."
The OUAfltmmiaivA nra.. ifUt.t.J
. " CO UlObllUUtCU
throughout th State hv ol fR
cials, civic clubs and other agencies
as part of the study of education by
the State Education Commission.
Mrs., P. Murray White of Winston-
Saleiri k viflitincp Mr and Mra T. O
- "O - 1V1 .U.O. M. V.
A fine of $25 and costs was ordered
paid in the case in which Isaac Tatum
entered a nlea of tmiitv t u.m
of driving without a license.
Charles Costen, Negro, was fined
$10 and costs ATI a Ti
n . .6c VI Ull.lllg
with insufficient brakes.
A verdict of not guilty was return
ed in the Case charm'ntr Jonlr Whit.
- o e, v... .....vc,
Negro, with assault with a deadly
Major Oakey Called
For Marine Duty
Major Walter H. nV ov .Tr TT.G
- J , V.., VW-
MC, has received orders tn rennrt at
the Marine' Corns Little rveofe V
Amph. Station on June 6, for a two'
weeks tour of duty attending Troop
Arms SUDDortinsr School. Mr flaVe
stated that he will be out of his office
in iiertrord during the two weeks
Period While he is on Marine Porno
- - 1
IIO.ME GAME SCHEDULE FOR HERTFORD
I,ited KalAn, i.
India. 4- v ""o i iiymo Kamco w oe pisyea oy tne Hertiord
nia ? d . Albemarle League during the coming season. Clip this sched-
- w in ivr iiuuniiai'iuu ou nuiue Kaxnes
June 18 .
June 28 ,
July , 1.
' July 5 J.L
July 8 .
. ..Jutv 19
5 July 15 .u.
vuxjr 11 WM
" tfuiy 2
August 2 ;
August 5 i.
August 7 'i.
. August ia
August Iff .
August 19 ,
" wpawambawaiVVIvA CIAS 3.
-Elizabeth City (Afternoon)
ihirty-one seniors completed their
courses at Perquimans High School
and received diplomas, mnrlrincr tha.v
graduation from the school, at com
mencement exercises held in
school auditorium last Mnndav n.vv.t
Members of the graduating class in
cluded Howard Broughton, Peggy
Cook. Myrtle Elliott.
Maryland Boyce, Laurastine Britton,
Doris Butt, Elizabeth Byrum, Lillie
Rae Chappell, Ventice Chappell, Anna
Faye CoDeland. Willard
Carl Dail, Marjorie Davenport, Em
mett Elmore, Mary Julia Harrell,
Eugene Hurdle, Jean Hurdle, Cather
ine Jordan, fcloise Landing, Leon
Lane. H. B. Miller. Path
Irafton Phillips, Madelyn Phillips,
Anne rroctor, Mildred Skinner, Eula
omith, Kecnnald Tucker. .Tnhn Wod
and Chester Winslow.
Closing exercises of the school
were conducted Tnesdnv
when promotion certificates were pre
sented to members of the 8th grade.
The commencement sermon mi do.
hvered by W. E. Marshal, Dean of
fcast Carolina Teachers College. Mr.
Marshal was presented by C. P.
Morris of Hertford, a trustee nf the
Diplomas were DreRented tn the
graduates by W. E. Dail, chairman
of the Board of Education.
As always, a hiehlieht of the nrn
gram was the presentation of medals
and awards to members of the student
body. The hirhest award, nreaented
for scholarship and student activities,
was given to Reginald Tucker, who
also received the award fnr
ship. Clarkson White won the World
reace speaking medal, presented by
tne riney woods Jvriends Church.
mec-ais lor student activities were
awarded Pat Phillips, glee club;
Myrtle Elliott, band: Euirene Hurdle
journalism; Reginald Tucker, student
council; mary lou Butt, debating:
Tim Perry and Madelyn 'Phillips,
dramatics; Howard Broughton and
Peggy Cook, activities.
The award for the nntstnndimr
aiuaent oi me scnooi, other than a
semor was awarded to Catherine
Ann Holmes. Tommv Sumner win
the medal for citizenship in the 8th
Graduating members of the when!
.1L.II 1 -
iooioau team were nresented o-n d
Presentation of the awards and
medals were made bv E. C. Wnnderd
principal of the school.
Holmes Sneaker At
C. R. Holmes, local
ered the &ddrea At tfc AVA
cises at Hertford Or.mma. oiii
inesoay morning. The program in
ciuaed a Bible lesson by Earl Britton
Hugh Coneland. Cm-hin rtn.ie.
Ue KJrby, Fred Mathews, Zach Rob-
ereon, rTanx White and Vernon
White; a nraver - hv Rett nri.'
speech of welcome, John Holmes';
talks by Mabel Martin .Whadhee
Tommy Jones and Julian Winslow, a
Poem riven hv Mm T r
Announcements at the close of the
exercises were made , hrr Mi era Uom,
. - - "alga watt
Memorial Day Hera V
Mr. and Mr w. w, ij
Wasnington spent Memorial Day with
Mn. J. J. Flaatwvwul aul VT. .-J
; vm wi . cnu
wrs. j. n. Uolmes. j .
Second Primary Needed
For Governor's Race;
Johnson Is Running
the nn : X ly volers wpnt to
oriHpJ ? ,a,VMatUrday and cast
W w f Wl"iam B- Ustead, Kerr
bCOtt, Wa ter T
uuuuuu iiiiimett Wins
" lndt,C.'' Phillips in their
Jut Caie omees Jnte
election was light, between 1,050 and
1,100 votes were cast in the county
balloting with some votes being void
ed and placed in wrong boxes.
Sen t l0S'mg out in the stte,
Senator Umstead rolled up a 632 to
oa majoritv ovpr Mei.,;n d u.
in the contest for U. S. Senator. .
Ine rinvornn.'. .... .
dnnht a ie IS Still m
UOUbt. A appnnil ... t
9fi --.. f"iaij, on June
is needed tn AeriA v, .
favor of Charleo M Tl, . T;
a.t r. uiiiiaun or A.err
SCOtt. fecott was hio-h ms. ; t.
quimans in the voting Saturdav. He
received 502 votes, Johnson 371 and
Mayne Albright 135. In the State
wide returns Johnson led Scott by a
slight margin, with Albright third.
i7." ?rried 51 counties, Scott 40
and Albright three.
Walter Cohoon of Elizabeth City
was given a majority over his two op
ponents in the race for Solicitor. Co
hoon received 692 votes, John Graham
Mi and John F. Whit iqo n.i...
.1 .l.j . " "Lvc "noon
eciea to the office by virtue of
a majority in the entire district.
fmmett Winslow, former Sheriff,
was hisrh man in tho i -i...
oj i t , c ,u,-al eiecuon,
and also led the entire district in his
race for State Senator. Locally he
received tnti oto ...... JL. "B
- mo votes, w. 1.
Halstead, also elected to the Senate,
"M 8ecQI,a with 352, while Joe N
Vann received 269. Win! j
nt.j -ii ".on, auunm-
I. 1 o1'1 rePresent the district in the
ie oenaie at the next session.
Countv vntevo 1 J A-ii
Phillips over E. Leigh Winslow in the
contest for the office of County Rep
resentative. Phiii i no' t.nl 1
OQ 4. nr- ,,"" ""-ai VOle Was
603 to Winslow's 462. Phillips car-
nea an precincts except Hertford,
which went for Winslow by a total of
In the contests fnr rv., r .
sioner from Bethel Township, Roy S.
Chappell won out over Freeman Long
by a count of 545 to 424 and George
W. Jackson won nvpr T, !,.. r:i. j.
- .w .uiuui; line ior
the same office from Parkville Town-
amp ooa votes to 276.
Delvin Eure was el
ti. n r , " "lenioer
of the County Board of Education, de-
7 V T UaiI Present chairman
oi the Hoard, bv a count nf rob
Tavlor Was hiirh il.
, 16 ,,, iur ne omce
or ijieutenant-Govemnr. Thoj v
I 'cU UU1C
was high for Secretary of State, Mil
ler led the ticket for State Auditor
and Brandon Hodges was high for
Mate Treasurer. .KhntA ,
n m ... . -iuiu uver
from Shernll for the office of Com
missioner of Labor.
A report of the voting by precincts
for all offices is published elsewhere
m this issue of The Weekly.
Dr. Winston Speaker
Dr. Ellen Winstnn.
of Public Welfare for North Carolina,
was guest speaker at the meeting of
the Hertford Rntanr
night, at which time the Rotarians
entertained their wives at the annual
Rotary Anne night party at the Ho
Guests at the meeting were mem
bers of the iPerauimana Welfare tw
partment, Miss Mae Wood Winslow,
W. F. C. Edwards and Dr. T. P. Brinn,
Miss Davev Jo Lnmaden r.t 41. w-i
fare DeDartment. Mice. tjd i?i..1 j
- -i - wo mo . ivuiQ aliu
Mrs. Ethel Hopkins.
Speaking briefly on the welfare pro
gram, Dr. Winston tnld ithe 1,1
- vw.u -wit; 1UVM V1V1U
club members and their guests that
the welfare program was a business
conducted on lineS to aid individuals
in each county in the State, especially
cases of welfare problems. She point
ed out that anDroximateiv sa.r nnn
j -r m v iw
year was being spent in this county
on the program with the county fur
nishing one-fifth, the State
and the Federal Government three-
nfths of the. nmnnnt Hfnet v
iunds,; Dr. Winston pointed out, are
used in assisting tha aed -i--
O " W A1SV
dependent children, and payment' of
the administrative enst nf
Constantlv keeninor ahreet
- 1 O -"ivaoi ui av-
cial and welfare problems throughout
n ' weU M in esch county,
Dr. Winston said, makes it necessary
for strong legislation to bring about
better living conditions for future
years end sha told a i
- v- .iiia ioib TVOi-
fare Department will propose to the
next Legislator fnr aaeA. i
, V. . ioiiv.o jiu
rendering additional payments to the
aged, dependent children and to in- ..
dividual! not now covered by welfare