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The Perquimans 'Business and Pro
.fess;onal Women' Club met t Hotel
He- lord last Friday night, for 1
deU, Miss HulU Wood, psidui.
Table decorations, when . the center
' piece was especially 'attractive, were
arranged ey Jlra. Pickett A. Sum
ner . ,y .. . .:,-;-1
. Miss ' Audrey . Umphlett, . Health!
Chairman, had charge of the program
presenting it in two parts. , The first
was Recordings by a. ; psychiatrist on
"Meet Your Mind." ' The second part.
she introduced Mrs. Mary G. Brum,
Hertford Girl Scout Leader, who gave
a resume of Senior ,Jirl Scouting.
Mrs. Brinn said, "Our teen-agers, both
boys and girls, need wholesome recre
ation.' She added, "The Boy Scouts
and Girl 'Scouts are doing a wonder
ful job ajong their lines, ' but in my
mina, tms is noi enougn to xeacn au
our teen-agers, and something should
he, done ab011t.it." After discussuur
the possibilities, of a Senior Girl Scout
Troop, the members took; action to,
sponsor a Girls' Club for all girls ihl
the 8th, 9th and 10th grades. .This
will include girls who live in town
and those living in the rural section.
Through this group, it is hoped that
a program on "Social Education" can
be worked out for our young peoplefState Security LaW
as well as helping them find a place
worthwhile in the community. Mrs.
Elizabeth F. Grunewald was chosen to
head this group with Mrs. 'Brinn as
advisor, assisted by all club mem
bers. : '
Mrs. Grace Coston gave a favorable
report on the Benefit Bridge Party
which will go toward the Polio Fund
Campaign. " '-.':.V.. ,-;
Mrs. Alice Baum of (Bloomfield,
New Jersey, who is the house guest of
Miss Kate Blanchardt was recognized.
Migs Wood reminded all members
to send cards and visit Mrs. Laura
M. Hollowell, a member who is in the
Chowan Hospital. ' .. '
The attendance fprize wa won by
Those present were: Miss Wood,
Mrs. Sumner, Miss Umphlett, Mrs.
Brinn, Mrs. Grunewald, Mrs. Coston,
Mrs. , Baum, Miss lanchard, Mrs.
. Bagley, Mrs.' Viola
Claire Hunter, Mrs,
Nettle L. Cara-;
vello, Mrs. Ethel L. Perry, Mrs. Mary
Inez Harrell, Mrs. Roxanna C. Jack-1
gnn. Lira, ilae D. "Fowler, 11m TL "ma
Elliott, Mrs. Ssllle IL Lane, iUsa Ne!l
Wilson and Mm. Alice M Towe. .
Mi23 Eula Strickland
Weds Ralph Joyner
Miss EuJa Strickland, of Hertford,
and I-alph Douglas Joyner. of Raleigh,;
were mamed to quiet ceremony at
A Hertoiri Eantfat Church on Frii
Hav. :JiM,2r t i-0viock fa, the
sv. Charles WjDuling, pastor
of the church, officiated, using the
double ring ceremony, y )' , '
Mns. .Charles K. Johnson, organist,
rendered a program of nuptial music,
playing the traditional wedding march
es. , : ' ,',, :'.',- .;- r-
The bride wore navy suit of wool
gabardine with, a white blouse, and
navy accessories and carried' a !icorv
sage of red roses. KA
Mrs. J, a. Bagley, matron of fconor,
and the . bride's only attendant, wore
navy, with black accessories and a car
ried a corsaga of red escalations. ,
Charles M, Williford was best man.
- The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, George Strickland of 'Wen
IHpII . Sh is emDlnved tut beautician
at the beauty shop of the Hotel Hert-1
Th bridegroom is the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Joyner, of
Fined For Violating
McCarthy Mitchell, Negro of 86
King Street in Hertford,' was tried
before Justice of Peace T. E. Raper
last Thursday on charges of attempt
ing to evade the Employment Security
laws. The action was brought by
'Wood Privott,' State Official, who.re
ported Mitchell, when he filed claims
for September 29 and October 5 1950,
failed to report true, earnings while
working for the Southern Cotton Oil
Co. He was found guilty of attempting
fraud and given a 30 day. jail sentence
which was suspended upon repayment
to ,thei commission of $21.50 and pay
emnt of costs of court action,
Mr. Privott stated there is further
stiff penalties which are attached to
such cases of attempted fraud, in
cluding the stoppage of 'benefits untM
the end, of the benefit year and
amounts drawn after first week's vio-
lation will have to be liquidated before
further payments are made.
TRY A WEEKLY CLASSIFIED AD
The Perquimans County . Cre
Union held its. annual meeting lad.
Tuesday night, at the Hereford negro
School. An interesting program -was
presented and a report of tle, CreCt
Union activities during, the past week
Taking part on the program were
D. Robert' Graham, state superinten-
1 J rm r-, TT-1 i n r .ffl
uens 01 vreare unions, iwv. v. xi,
'Cheek, Public- Relations Director --of
Shaw- University. " The junior choirs
of St Paul A.MJE. Zion Church .and
the Baptist Church furnished music. '
Mrs. Calvin Wilson " of
waa the week-end guest of: Mr. ' and
Mrs. J. C: Wilson. , -
Toaii Flllntt IT SjNt. MnrfrtlV Va'
the with his parents,
Mr.' and Mrm W. H. Elliott.
Mf and Mrs. Mike Caasadyof South
Boston, Va.; are-the guests this week
oz mar. ana mns. an. ux. wney. .,
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tLe weci-end with Ler rarer.t3. Ilr.
and IZn. J. C. Wilson.' . - '
Mrs. W. H. Keel -and eon, Tommy
and Mr. and lln. C P. Quincy visit
ed friends in FJenbri Z.- lay.
Sgt and Un. 4;ay ood Elliott
from Fort BennirT, Ga., spent two
days last werk wi Ji Lis parente,. llr.
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RESOLUTION O rmXTT
Since God. in Ills Infinite wisdom.
saw fit to call from our midst, on De-
Gregorys . tiie - undersigned s committee!
of Hertford, Chapter No. 137, Order
of The Eastern r''',rv-J-y revive:-
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.Second: As a r"?morial .of rerpect
a 1 f.-aternal lovs for our j!
Sister that these t, stations be record-1
ed in the minutes of our Crpter, a
copy to The Perquimans Weekly, and
a copy to the family. J
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That we lose not our dearest and best,'
But' find, her ajain, with Thee, safe
In the-E ernal Mansions of reflt. . ' ,
- Fratern'v 8ubm!MJ,
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' (LUCILK NIXON SATOIIWELL
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