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: ' T;-r left Friiiy for
, C!-, to jjin her hut&and,
3 is stationed Cere.
- C . i i Irs. B. C Berry, St, spent
sevvJ da tils week at Chapel Hill
and Durham. . " .
Saniay Cutis "
, Ur. and lira." W. M. Byrom and
daughter, Mrs. Jourida Byrom and
children, Lois and Marjorie Ann, of
Norfolk, Va, Mr. and Mrs. ' 'Edgar
Howell - and. children,' Melvina and
Jean, of Tyner, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Byrum, Sr and Mr.
and Mrs. John Ward. ; . " ;
RECITAL PLANNED ?r
- Grammar school music pupils of
lira. JR. M. Riddick wall presen re
cital at the Hertford Grammar School
next Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. The
public is .invited to attend. ....tsf
. SCOUTS ITOLD HA YRI3E
Members' "of . thai Hertford Girl
Scouts, Troop No. B.and their invited
guests enjoyed a hayyride and picnic
' supper last Friday evening. The groups
met in Hertford and traveled to Har
vey Point by truck for the picnic
Mrs. J. T. Siggers and Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Williford Williford were chap
eroned for the event.
1 1 l 1 i
: , :cJ and read u
- HONORED AT DINNER -
Mr. and Mrs; Nate Relfe entertain
ed at a steak supper last Tuesday
evening it the Hotel Hertford, honor
ing Miss Ruth Elliott and Eldon. Win
slow whose marriage will .fcka place
next month. Those present, besides
. the host and! hostess and .honored
guests1 were Miss Thelma Elliott and
Jarvis Ward.' Mr. and Mrs. Relfe pre
sented .the couple with a gift of. sil
ver. - J VV1' '! ' -i'5:;.1
Clsssif ied and Lezzte
FOR KENT 3-EOOM APARTMENT
-- No children. .. Apply Mrs.' W. T.
; 'Brown, J.06 Grubb Street, Hertford,
.TOR SALE -"SEVERAL ITEMS OF
household furnishings. See Uaith
- er Hendrfat at the County Home. It
IPOat RENT INI . NiEAiR , FUTU!RE
one large 10-room .house,- suitable
for large family, or boarding house,
or rooms for rent.. The same is now
" equipped- for" 2 " five-room apart
ments, modernly equipped, and each
with private. bath, Apply J. S.
(McNiderf-for date available,- Hert
- ford, N. CI . , , ; it
.J T" "TTCiIJD
ccix j LLT-.n:.,. -Ybchooil
'j will te x. :.'ed for the
: conttructirn wc.k only. v
j ar4 kx?iZ:z tior.3 and bidding
i are on file at Ce office of
j. T Ci'IIA, Jr., Architect,
iviile, N. C, and ma be obtain
ed fw.ii -him upon deposit of Twenty.
Five dollars (125.00)i Bidders who
submit a bona fide and reasonable bid
will be refunded the full amount of the
deposit upon return of came in good
condition within five 5) days after
letting date. - tkst of printing aud
handling will be retained on an ooiers.
AH Contractors are nereny notuiea
that any and all pertinent provisions
of ; the General r Statutes or worta
Carolina governing the letting of pub'
He building contracts, subsequent
amendments and enactments pertain
ing to the licensing,, registration and
regulation of their respective profes
sions and trades will be observed in
the receipt of bids' and the award of
the work. All bidders must be duly
licensed as Contractors by the Sta
of North Carolina at the time of sub
mitting their bid and. as provided by
G. S. 105-64, Subsection B, before un
deiftaking to execute any contract.
. A; bidders' certified check for
of the bid must accompany each bid.
(In lieu thereof a bidder may off er a
certified check for 2 of the bid plus
a bid bond of S of the bid). As
required by law, all certified checks
submitted with proposals shall be
drawn on a Bank or Trust Company
insured by the J Federal Deposit In
surance Corporation. Said deposit to
be retained by the Owner as liquidat
ed damages in event of a failure ten
days after the award or to give satis
factory surety as reqquired by law.
-A performance bond Is required in
an amount equal , to 100 of the con
tract price conditioned upon the faith
ful performance of the contract and
upon the payment of all (persons sup
plying labor and furnishing materials
for construction of the project , - u
No informal bids will be received,
the Owner, reserved the right to re
ject any, or all bids, and to waive in
formalities.;: Oiv -.: '.J:::
; The award of the'eontract vjll "be
conditioned, upon funds being made
available for construction and the
Owner reserves the right to hold the
bids for a period of 80 days after the
date of the opening thereof.
.-, J, T. BUGGERS, Superintendent
BOARD OF EDUOAfriON OF
PERQUIMANS COUNT?, ;f
Hertford, North Carolina, v
JAMES W. GRIFFITH, JR. , "
Architect . "
Greenville, North Carolinar, ;7t
i i , i 4- i. i mayi,8
. Y, - J 1 1. .J k i
.a cf Vih cnvrri to L C.
: ty S. F. Gregory as J
sy H. Crcory by died recorded in
x-jc,i 7, yaje . ana anoKuer ana
looser portion conveyed by B. IF. Greg
ory and Koah Hoggett. -
Dated and posted this the 12th day
of May, 1951. -; -
,. G. v. TO WB ,
- SALB of valuable lands
North Carolina, , '
Perquimans County. ' i
By virtue of two certain mortgages
executed to the undersigned, as fol
. lows: iBy Soney Riddick and his wife,
Mary Riddick, on the 'Wh day of June,
J.940, and duly of record in the Regis
j try in the above county and state in
- Mortgage Book No. 22, page 588 and
' by Soney (Riddick in a second Mort
; gage On the 6th day of October, 1949,
: and duly of record in aid r?istry in
said -county and state. ,ta ITortgage
V xook z2, page fr7,aeiauit having been
made in the payment of the. Notes
theWby.secured; I shall, in accordance
, with the .terms of aid mortgages, of
vfer for ecl for cash to the highest
bidder at the -Court House door in said
day of June, W51, the prepef.y con
veyed in said mortgages,- described
substantially as follows:.-"
First Tract: All my ?4ght, titte and
interest in, and to that' certain, tract
, containing 21 acres, more or less, it
once being the. home place of my
mother, Elizabeth Riddick, and the
place whereas she, was living' at the
, v - - www.. aujWAAUil uic
lands of William -Riddick and others
and the county road, leading from the
"Up River Bridge," the Same descend
ing to said Riddick as heir at law and
, by pnrdusatyj;,
JSecond Tract : Containing one .acre,
" the place where I. now live, and ,ad
. joining the lands of Odel Hurdle, Man
' Frierson and others and the county
road, usually designated "the Low
Ground Road". Tor other and more
definite description reference isihere
i by made to the Registry of said Coun
ty Mortgage Book No. 14, page 68J in
mortgage to W. C. Chappell and
Mortgage Book No. 16, page 409 in
tnortf8re to B. G. Hount.Tw '
1i.iri.T.t: Containing '10 acres,
; more or 1 1 '-3 all and the entire
L t i J. .1 or contracted to pur-chr-e
from te estate of J. I. Per0
tl.e s .?i tract a-'.' ining the lands of
tlJ " 3 nn I !an 'Frierson, the
1 '3 cT '.' 2 named J. I. Perry
f iite, i, 1 and bounded by the
"Low GrounJ u.d" lean,r ' from
' ' ory Cross" to the ' Cross
1 . . . j .'(,'' ..,.'....... r' ,
1 .-J and potfted'this T'y
j. is. 1 -
, IT. C, 17 AY.MAY 1 V I.
ous Armstrong and his wife,- Corse
line, on the 31st day of August, 1948,
the same being duly recorded in the.
office of the Register of Deeds in Per
quimans County, North Carolina, in
Mortgage Book No. 22, page 662, de
fault having been made in the obliga
tions therein set out, I shall at the
request of: the holder of the Note
thereby secured, according to the
terms of said Deed of Trust, offer for
sale at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash at the Court House
door in said County on the 18th day of
June, 1951, at 12 o'clock, noon, the
property conveyed in said Deed of,
LAND iFOR SALE
By virtue of a certain Deed of Trust
executed to the undersigned by Luci-
'Myww,,ll''M 1 n n-nnnru'L iiuwuL.uu.qnaaaiLn-
Trust -follows: -.--.
that certain tract of land generally
known as the "Good Man Stalling
Tract," containing 68 acres, more or
less, and adjoining the lands of the
Nina P. Cox estate and others and
bounded on the North and West by the
"Lilly Tract," Northeast by the Walter
Stallings seate; Southwest by the
county road leading from the "Up
River Bridge" to "Sandy Cross" and
the J. B. Lane tract. x w
. eing all and the same land con
veyed to the said Lucious Armstrong
and his wife by David Lane on or
about the 31st day of "August, 1948,
this Deed of Trust being executed to
beenre the balance of the. purchase
Dated and posted this the 12th day
of May, 1951. -
? 'J. S. McNIDER
" " , -, , Trustee.
Up To 50 Off
W. M. DIVERS ft SON
Jewelers Hertford, N. C.
Take your shopping list In one hand and your total cash register
receipt In the other . . and compare. Your total food bill Is CON
. 8I8TENTLY less at Colonial 8torea. That's because Colonial tags a
low price en every Item, every brand throughout the entire store
plus several deep-cut "WEEK-LONG specials" effeclve Thursday
thru the following Wednesday. Colonial's Store-wide Low Price policy
saves you money where savings really count ... on your TOTAL food
bill for the weekl
ITR R. RGADYTOBAT ( O lb. M J
LAND IFOR SALE
Cy virtue of a certain mortgage
executed to the undersigned on the
31st day of August, 1937, by Joseph
Worn White and his wife, Mary' Eliza
beth White, the same being duly re-,
corded in the public Registry of Per-
quimans County, North Carolina, in 1
Mortgage Book No. 19, page 343, de
fault having been made'in the payment -of
the Note secured thereby, I shall
in accordance with the terms of. said
Mortgage offer for sale at the Court
House in said County, at public auc
tion, for cash, to the highest, bidder
on the 18th day of June, : 1951,'-at -11:30
o'clock,1 A. M, the property in
said mortgage,: described as. follows;
IA11 that tract or town lot situate in
the town of Winfall and situate on
the west side of the county road lead
ing from the town, of Winfall to Bel
videre, at H. A. White's corner, thence .
South 16H" East, 115 feet along "Bel- .
videre Street"; Thence South 64",
West 420 feet; Thence North lOH", '
West to Daniel Jones or H. A. White's
line ;thence along the line of the said
Jones and White to the first station,
containing 1 ; and ' one-tenth . acres,
more or less, being all and the same
land conveyed to Joseph Worn White y
by J. R. Edwards by deed recorded in
Deed Book No. 16, page 400, for fur
ther reference. -
Dated and .posted this the 12th of 2
- J.S. McNIDER ' '
. , ' Mortgagee.'.
DRESSED AND DRAWN
: COLD CUTS FOR SUMMERTIME MEALS
Lunchon Meats lb. 69c
:; - .v.J. . . , . .- i
FLAiVOBJFUL SLICED '
-"Pop GideBologna lb. 59c
HADDOCK FILLETS, lb.
PERCH FILLETS, lb - .
H&G WHITING, lb... .
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By virtue of a certain deed of
Trust executed to the undersigned G.
D. Towe on - the 25th day;of April,
1927,-by R. C Jacocks" and his wife,
Addie, Rachel J. 'Besa and her hus
band,, Leonard Bess, James II. Jacocks
and his wife, Cora iacscks, D. O. Ja:
cocks and his wife, Ludy, Lovinia Med
ly, Ellen Jacocks, I. W. Jacocks, Jesse
Jacocks and Laura Jacocks, the same
being duly registered in the office of
the Register of EisJs of Perquimans
County in Mortjas Deed Book No,
18, page 307, default- having been
made in the payment of tha Note se
cured thereby, I shall, at the rquest
of the hok'r of said Note, in'accord
a;,. e v ','Jh the terms of tle said D. ed
of TiUijt, offer for sc!e at pul.lic auc.
tien t the Court House Door in Ilert
', .'V-'--ans Counl', N. C fane
t! 3 i h, 1C51, at 12 o'clock. E.e
pr-; . '.y conveyed in said Deed of
Tru ,t, v'vr:!.e(J as follows: -
'" , Ian1- n.. r '-s
COOL REFRESHING SUMMER DRDIK-HI-C
GOOD TO THE LAST DROP MAXWELL HOUSE
, LESS THAN 9c PER CAN REDGATE
NO BETTER MARGARINE AT ANY PRICE ! NU-TREAT
PACKED IN OILMAINE
RICH IN FLAVOR AND NUTRITION
' fAPI FOB BABIES
ITCHY soap 2.. 31c
V WASHES CLOTHES WBTTM
lif'S 1VOBT MILD ,:'-:."
v MAKCS DISHB8 SHINS
APS FOB COLO SS "
MJwI'Jrts Z 32c
BAST ON TBS BANDS '
VC:G CC"? 3e.25c
soap 2'SSS. 27c
wnrr "t olbanseb !
" OUT r 8S VARTEB
":-f. ACL2Sf 21s
w aiafc..'nriilS - .CAN
. T 1 1
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' f it' s s ,'j.narvh uorn '
.. ' 4- u j - --3 ou1" SMkS
O CRISP HARD HEAD
O FANCY GREEN TOPPED
3 lbs. 10c
2 bchs. 19c
O Fancy .Yellow Or White
6 nnnnn .
V BlkJI BW Imm
v 2 25c
. all snots nntrr hobida
U. S. NO. 1 FLORIDA WW WHITE ,
5 lbs. .25c
no. t "
If CAN "
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