Mr. and Mrs. N. W. CUppell ahd
family visited Miv and Sirs..- E. U.
; Elanchard of Hobbsville Sunday P. M.
Mrs.; Jack: Symons spent 'Easter
Sunday -with Mr. and Mrs. John Ky
mons of Cfcapanoke. i
Mr. and Mrs. W-V L. White spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Witliford of Rich Square. Their Sun
day evening guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Gregory of Elizabeth City. ,
The children of ' WhiteviUe Grove
Baptist Church Sunday School enjoy
ed an Easter egg hunt on the church
lawn Sunday A. M., after which all the
members shared together a basket
picnic ';; 'i ,'' :",:'M
PINEY W(ODS NEW?
Mr. ad Mrs. Charlie Blanchard of
Suffolk, Va., visited Mr. and Mrs.
Shelton Chappell last Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Harvey Chappell and children
scent last week with her parents of
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Raper were Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Butt and children, Tommy and Phyllis
of Norfolk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. SLuther
Chappell and children, Faye and Les
sie; others who visited in the after
noon were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simp
son of Hertford and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Simpson and daughter, Jackie,
of Hampton, Va., and W. P. Chap
pell. ::.:.-::;:";::., ,;::,
Mrs. Ida T. White visited Mrs. Liz
zie Copeland Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Mitchell of
Rich Square visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Chappell Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. Chappell is able to be out
again after being sick for several
Mrs. E. N. Chappell spent last
Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
i Mrs.- Marvin Simpson spent last
week in Hertford with; Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Simpson.
Mrs. Mamie 'Hunter spent last
Thursday with her sister, Mrs. J. T.
Chappell. 1 ,.
Ruins are the legendary tablets of
the past. Sir Walter Scott. '
Classified and Legais
RELIABLE MAN WITH OAR
wanted to call on farmers in Per
quimans County. Wonderful op
portunity. $10 to $20 in a day. No
experience or capital required. Per
manent. Write today. MoNESS
COMPANY, Dept. C, Candler Bldg.,
,. Baltimore 2, Md. apr25,may2
BABY CHICKS AS HATCHED
Hampshire Red or Crosses, $9.95
per 100 , postpaid , Heavy mixed,
$8.96; cockerals, $7.95. Order from
this adv. None sent COD at this
price. Order today. Seeley's Chicks,
Box 1854, Norfolk, Va. May2p
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the estate of John W. Hall, deceas
ed, late of Perquimans County, North
Carolina, this-is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of
said deceased to exhibit, them to the
undersigned at Route 2, Hertford, N.
C, on or before the 3rd day of April,
1953, or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please make
This 3rd day of April, 1952. .
MYRTLE S. HALL,
Administratrix of John W. Hall.
By virtue of authority conferred
upon me by a certain Deed of Trust
executed to me by Decatur Davis and
wife, Dora Perry Davis, for certain
purposes therein mentioned, which
said Deed of Trust bears date March
5, 1936, and is registered in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds of Per
quimans County, North Carolina, in
Mortgage Book id, page 244.
I shall at 11 o'clock - Wednesday,
April 30, 1952, offer for sale at the
Court House door in the said county,
at public auction, for cash, the prop
erty conveyed to me in said Deed of
Trust; set out and described as fol-
Tt: ' ci tl. . . '
Lying on the South side of the
Mam road leading from Chapanoke
to Woodville and bounded on the East
by the lands of J. C. Wilson, on the
Snntti hv the, lands nt J. c. Wilonn.
bv the lands of W. R. Perrv Est. and i
known as the Delaware Small, farm,
consisting of eighteen acres, more or
less, cleared and wooded.
This March 28th, 1952, date posted.
. G. D. TO WE, Trustee,
North Carolina, - .
Perquimans County. 'kh
Nellie C. Chappell and husband, E. Nl
Chappell, Sadie C. Perry and husband,
W. D. Perry, and Nona C. Raper and '
husband, Caleb Raper, . ; '
vs. .' v" .., .:
N ere us W. Chappell and wife, Lenora
W. Chappell, ,
.NTfmTF W RAT.'P.
Under and by virtue of an order of
the Buperior Court of Perquimans
County.made in the scWp
ing entiUed l.a above, tiundewign -
cuiiiiiuamwier win, on me zona oay ,
of April, 1952. at 11:30 o'clock, A. M.,
at the Court House door in Hertford,
North Carolina, offer for sale to the
Wirnt hidfor tnr eaah t ,Hi an,,
tinn thai rtin trar 4 loml iri-
ni Tuin Hoiirii) TnmaMti
and being in Belvidere TownsWp, Per
qu.mana :. f-ounty, wortft- Carolina,'
bounded and "escribed as follows, viz.:.
Anown as tne -tow urouna wt" as
devised to W. W. C - jpeJl ly the
wall of H. . Char' -L said will be
ing in .record in o-.:ce of the Clerk
Superior Court of Perquimans Coun
ty, N. c, in Will Book , "H , psses
315-318, ; said cut containing around
two 'acres more orless."" x:.i;v;V,V
A cash deposit of ten per cent will
be required of the successful bidder at
day of sale and said sale will remain
open for an advance bid as required
by law, 1 ; i
"Dated and? posted this 25th day, of
CHAS. iK. JOHNSON, .
NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION i
Havinir Qualified as 'Administrator
of the estate of Shelton H. Mauley,
deceased, late of Perquimans County,
North Carolina, this is to notify: all
persons having - claims against the
estate of said deceased to-exhibit
SoTX 9L t peuSiarapun am vfw&jn
Street, Hertford, N. C, on or before
the 24th day of March, 1953, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to said
estate will , please make immediate
This the 24th day of March, 1952.
' HOWARD L. MANLEY) 1
Administrator of Shelton H. Marrley
In the Matter of:
Mattie G. White, widow, Audry
White Collins and husband, Boyd
Collins, Elizabeth White Barefoot,
Mattie Gatling W. Cowan and ;"
husband, Kermit Cowan, Jean White
Ruddock and husband, H. A.
Ruddock, Geneva J. White, Louis
Norman White, by his guardian,
Mattie Macon Gardner, Robert A.
White and wife, Edna W. White,
and Shirley Anne White and
Barbara Dee White, by their Next
Friend, J. W. Ward. ; ;
Ex Parte. :
NOTICE OF IS ALE
' Under and by virtue of an order of
the Superio- Court- of Perquimans
County, made m the special proceed
ing entitled as above, the same being
No. uDon the special proceed
ing docket of said court; the under-
sighed commissioner will, on the 10th
day of May, 1952, at 11:30 o'clock A.
M., at the Court House door in Hert
ford, Perauimans County, North
Carolina, offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash those certain . tracts
of land lying and being in Bethel
Township, Perquimans County, North
Carolina, adjoining . the lands of
Thompson heirs and others, and more
particularly described as follows, viz:
1. That tract of land lying and be
ing in Bethel Township. Perquimans
County. N. Ci adjoining the lands of
LevJ Thompson heirs, J. C. White,
Priscilla Parker heirs and others and
known as the Fredrick White , land
containing 144 acres more or less and
being the tract first described in dead
of trust recorded m Book 17. pasre
68. For chain of -title see deed book
22. page 286, Public Registry of Per
quimans."; :''U'v'. I';-?, '
2. That tract of land lying and be
ing in Bethel Township, Perquimans
Countv, N. C beginning at the bier
ditch leading from the main road, and
running up sid d'tch an , easterlv
course to another ditch ut to Amy
Bembery. and sons land, then alorr
said ditch a northerly course to the
wodds. then down the line in ths
woods to Gatlings line, then a north
erly course to the land known as the
Anderson land, then.xlown the Ander
son line to the Main Road containing
100 acres more or less. For' chain
of title see deed book 3, page 485,
Public Registry of Perquimans Coun
ty. (While description calls for 100
acres more or less, there is only about
50 acres, more or less in said tract.)
The said above described tracts of;
land will be sold individually, each,
independent of the other tract, and the ,
said sale Or sales will remain open for
an advance bid as required by law.
A cash- deposit of 6 per cent will be
required, of the successful bidder at.
dav of sale. - I
Dated and posted this 8th day of
; CHAS. E. JOHNSON,
'North Carofina. In The
( perquimans County Superior Court
Norfolk and Carolina Development
Richmond Cedar Works, et al. -
Original Special Proceeding No,
On the 8th day of April, 1952, a pe
tition was filed in the office of the
Clerk of the Superior Court of Per
quimans County, North Carolina, al
leging that duplicate certificates of
title, Nos. 6, 7. 9, 10. 12, 15, 17,18,
and 26, for Perquimans County had
been lost under circumstances therein
stated and praying that new duplicate
certificates-of title-be issued to the
! petitioner, Norfolk .. Southern Land
Company.. The lands . referred to in
said certificates of title are bounded
and described as follows: 'i ; ,v? '
A, Registered Estate No. 6, ,
, .. ... Book 1, Page 109. Ii;
"Beginning on the center of lateral
C of Parksville Drainage District No.
1, opposite a cement and iron marker
sitting on the Northwest side Of said
C' I6 'm, e center
tYf JaS ln(ll2'6,T3 feS nf
and feeing the Eastwardly corner ..of
xraot No. 4; and running from said
beginning point North 55 degrees 30
minutes West along the line of Tract
N- 5199.48 feet to an iron marker,
the Northwardly corner of. said Tract
No. 4; thence North 32 degrees 42
minutes East 905.52 feet to an iron
thence S(mth 71 descwea 01
minutes East 1652.64 feet to an iron
marker; thence North 22 degrees 09
minutes Eaat 3153.73 feet to an iron
marker; thence NorVi SI die s S2 1. 12, l 1ZI, 112. l. 113, 11 t .
minutes Last 1C57.E2 f?t to an'ironil t iitown 1 1 t i ru't of la
ma. er; nence North 52 c ;rrees ZZ
minutes Vest SM.S3 feet to an iron
W '-er;, thence North 67. c ;.rees 56
n.. 'ites West 8-2.16 feet to an iron
m&iker; thence Xorth 44 t ees 14
minutes East 1618.32 feet tran iron
marker thence North 1 ree 42
minutes West 1908.12 feet to an iron
marker on the Southern e " re of the
right of way of thei tilize-n City
Leokford Branch - of the Norfolk
Southern Railroad: thence South 49
degrees 07 minutes East along the
Southern edsre vof the Norfolk South
em Railroad right of way, excluding
said right of way) 8685.6 feet to an
iron marker, the noint of intersection
ot the said right of way with the cen
ter line of Lateral C extenCi in a
straight direction from its: mouth:
thence South 34 degrees 80 minutes
West alonsr the center line of Lateral
U, 73B4.4 xeet to me point oi Detu
ning, containing ious.4 acres, consti
tuting Lots 1, 4. 6. 6. i, 1U, 11, 12.
13, 20, 21, 22. 23, Z4. 25. 82. 33,
34. 35. 36. 37 and 38. as shown on the.
map of Parksville Drainage District'
No. 1 made by oeorge . tsoya, tun-
ineB,' Registered Estate No. 7,
Book 1, Page 133. ,
"Beginning at a point in the center
of Lateral' C of ParksviHe Drainage
District No. 1 opposite a cement and
iron marker sitting on the Southeast
bank of Lateral C and 16 feet from
the center of the same, which said
point is 1353 feet measuring along
the center of Lateral C from the ui-
tersection of the center line of Later-'
al C with the center line of the main
canal, the same being a corner of
Tract No. 4; running thence with the
center line of Lateral C North 34
degrees 30 minutes East 5280 feet to
a point in the center of Lateral C op
posite a cement and iron marker -sitting
on the Southeast bank of said
Lateral C and 16 feet from the center
of the same (said point being 3425.4
feet measured along the center line of
Lateral C from a cement and iron
marker standing in the edge of the
Norfolk Southern Railroad right of
way) ; thence South 55 degrees 30
minutes East 2719.86 feet to an iron
marker; thence South 34 degrees 37
minutes West 5280 feet to an iron
marker, a corner of Tract No. 1. and
Tract No. 4; thence North 55 degrees
30 minutes West 2702.04 feet to the
point of beginning, containing 328.60
acres, constituting Lots Nos. 43, 44,
45, 46, 55, 56, 57 and 68, as shown on
the map of Parksville Drainage Dis
trict No. 1 made by George R. Boyd.
C. Registered Estate No. 9.
; i Book 1, Page 117.
"Beginning at a point in the center
line of Lateral C of Parksville Drainr
age District No. 1, the Northerly
corner of Tract No.- 7, which point
is opposite a cement and iron marker
sitting 16 feet from the center of the
said , lateral on the Southeast bank
thereof and runs thence with the cen
ter line of the said Lateral C North
34 degrees 30 minutes East 2105.4
feet to a cement and iron marker in
the Southern edge of the right of way
of the Elizabeth City-Beckf ord Branch
of Norfolk Southern Railroad; thence
along the edge of the said right of
way - (excluding same) South 49 de
grees 07 minutes East 2748.24 feet
to a cement and iron marker; thence
South 34 degrees 37 minutes West
1800.48 feet to the Easterly corner
of Tract No. 7, an iron marker; thence
North 55 degrees 30 minutes West
2722.5 feet along the line of Tract
No. 7 to the point of beginning, con
taining 122.27 acres, constituting Lots
48, 49, 60, 61 and a part of 73, as
shown on the map of . Parksville
Drainage District No. 1 made by
George R. Boyd, Engineer."
. D. Registered Estate No. 10,
Book 1. Page 129.
"Beginning in the center of Later
al B of Parksville Drainage District
No. 1 opposite a cement ' and iron
marker sitting on the Southeast bank
of Lateral B and 16 feet from the
center of the same, said point being
1353 feet measured along the center
line of Lateral B from the intersec
tion of the center line of Lateral B
with the center line of main canal;
running thence from said beginning
North 65 degrees 80, minutes West
2640 feet to an iron marker, the
Northerly comer, of Tract No. 1 land'
Southerly corner of Tract No. 6; run
ning thence North 34 degrees 37 min.
utes 2640 feet to an iron; marker;
thence South 55 degrees 30 minutes
East 2640 feet to a point in the center
of Lateral B opposite an iron marker
sitting on the . Northwest Bank of
Lateral B and 16 feet from the center
of the same; thence along the center
line of Lateral B South '34 degrees
37 minutes , West 2640 feet to the
point of beginning,, containing 160
acres, constituting Lots 66. 67, 77 and
78 as shown on the , map of Parks
ville Drainage District No. 1 made by
George R. Boyd. Engineer."
E. Registered Estate Nb. 12, -'
Book 1, Page 135. ,
- 'Beginning at a cement and iron
marker, T. C. Storey's" corner in the
Southern edge of the right of ' way
of , the Elizabeth CityrlBeckford
Branch of Norfolk Southern Railroad,
said marker being 3419.46 feet meas
ured along the edge of the Baid tight
of way from . the intersection of the
center line of Lateral. B continued
with tha edge of the said right of
way; running from tne said cemenx
and iron marker South 37 degrees 35
minutes .West 1638.12 , feet, to an iron
marker; thence South 5 degrees 16
minutes East 988.68 feet to an iron
marker; thence North 79-degrees 20
minutes-,west265.za,reet tp an iron
marker r thence North 55 degrees 30
minutes West 4490 feet to an iron
marker, the: corner of .Tracts 6. 7 and
10: thence North 84 degrees 37 min
utes East 312048 feet along the .line
of Tracts 7 and 8 to an iron and ce
ment marker sitting in the1 edge f of
the right of way of Norfolk Southern
Railroad: thence along the edge of
the Norfolk Southern Railroad titM
ot way (excluding same) South 43
degrees 07 minutes East 2081.64 feet
to an iron marker at the point of
curve Of the said right of way; t'
around the. curve to the leff 5-J.13
feet to an iron aiarker at the Easter
ly noint of curve: thence South 62 de
grees 15 minutes East along the t fe
ofthes'IJr t of wpv S.3.84 1 t
to te po:. t ci' I ' . , contk,
413.21 r 1 cov luting i
70, 71, 1J, !. . I tf '.J. El, .:.
Vie krajnTe k.;;tr; t o. 1 ma-e
by Georre tt.: Doyd, Lre-jrter." ;
F. Registered Estate No. 15,
SV ; Book 1. Pare 73.
"Beginning at an iron marker, said
iron marker bearing North 65 decrees
30 minutes West i40 feet and North
34 degrees 30 minutes Last 1353 feet
from the intersection of the center
line of Lateral C with the center line
of the main canal: thence running
from tbe aforesaid beKinninar iron
marker North 55 degrees .80 minutes
West 882.14 feet to an iron marker;
thence South 31 degres 69 minutes
West 26.6 feet to an iron marker:
thence North 58 degrees 01 minutes
West 2145 fet -to an iron marker;
thence North 32 degrees 42 minutes
East 1436.82 xeet to an iron marker:
thence South 55 degrees 30 minutes
East 2559.48 feet to an iron marker:
thence South 34 degrees 80 minutes
West 1320" feet to an iron marker, the
point of beginning, containing 80.58
acres, constituting Lots Nos. 2. 8, 8
and 9, shown on the map of Park
ville Drainage District No. 1 made
by George R. Boyd, Engineer."
G. Registered Estate No. 7, ' '
Book 1. Page 105,
"Beginning at a cement and iron
marker standing on the bank of the
main canal of. Parkville Drainage
District No. 1 at or near the mouth of
Lateral C: runninir thence with the
center line of Lateral C North 34 de
grees 80 minutes East ''2673 feet to
an iron marker passing a cement and
iron .marker of 13M fp' fhpnr
North 55 degrees 30 minutes West
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fir wiUV ALL HieuiM I la VDU P3VESO-7
' We clean V roQr I y
windshield I J window
and wiper and license I ) ,
blades I pate ;
I.' . For tho , .
We check y-s fyir
tires and ) U ' ?C )J .
tire pressure . JKinr)P ' '
- S - ;( .... fnhm.
i)i ill,.! u " : i" a
-"'lilt. - S l J ..s ,wt
1 s) fe'' to an ir-n r' tv"nce
i-or'. to t rcos oJ tn.-'ucB 'est
i Ut fet to an iron marlsr: thnce
&Ow.h 81 degrtes J mimsteB W.ct
25.4 feet to an Jrcn mf iker; thence
South 31. degrees I) ninutes West
? 22.02 feet to an iron marker; thence
South 34 degrees 15 minutes West
SiO.06 f eet to an iron marker; thence
South 55 degrees SO minutes East
2960 feet to the beginning, contain
ing 172.2 acres, being Lots 18, 19,
30 and 31 of' Parkville Drainage Dis
trict No. 1, being divided portion
of Registered Estate No. 5,vBook 1,
page ... , , . Perquimans County,
H. ,v Registered Estate No, 18, , '
j-';: :J Book 1. Page 113.
'"Beginning '; at a cement and iron
marker on the bank Of the main canal
of Parkville Drainage District No.
1, running thence South 34 degrees
30 minutes West 2875.62 feet to an
iron marker: thence North 57 degrees
15 minutes West 2950.86 feet to an
iron marker; thence Nortn 94 degrees
1R mlmirfoa Wo. Sanrt fpot fav sit imn
w lumuim mwvv - r v ...
marker; thence South 65 degrees 80
minutes East 2960 feet to an iron
marker; containing 198 acres, being
Lots 15, 16, Hi 27, 28 and 29 of
Parkville Drainafire District No. 1,
being a divided portion of Registered
Estate No. 6, .Book l. rage ,
Perquimans County, North Carolina."
I. Registered Estate No. 26,
Book; 1. rage. 144.
"Beginning at a point in the center
line nt canal or Lalternil B of Park-
ville Drainage District No. 1, Per -
-v--.,' 1 1 . V" '-
oil and lubricatioo
service, tod. .
SUPPLIER Ot SINCLAIR PRODtJC
q limcrg C ' at, I C ".iiA, .
,.nt i 1 i ' n t t
on n r i :n t 1 i ? .ujvi,
; xk 1J tJt fxVTi t a cw.U-r l. 'a
Canal B; the riid point stands Nor
34, degre e. 8 , m;r "jb Ktt S,i
feet from t'e .intersection of tve
ter lines cf tie main canal and L
B in said Drainage District; and r
ning from said point with the ce
line of Lateral. B North 84 degre
87 minutes East 2,640 feet to a pon
in the center of Lateral B opposite a
iron marker sitting on the Northwest
bank of said Lateral B 16 feet from,
the center of the same, the said Poi-
being the Eastern corner. . of , Tr&
No. 10;. thence South 65 degrees aiul
30 minutes East 1,850 feet to an iron
marker; thence North 79 degrees 23
minutes West i 6,"0.08 feetf thenee
South 9 degrees 6o minutes West 1,
854.61 feet to an iron marker; thence'
South 39 degrees 40 minutes West '
770 feet to an iron marker, the corn'
er of the portion of Registered Estate .
No. 23 conveyed to Edward J. McKee;
thence North 65 degrees 30 minutes
West 2,125 feet to the beginning,
containing 111.72 acres, being Lots
89, 90, 99 and 100 in Parkville Drain
age District No. 1 and is. outlined in
Red on attached map." f
Said petition will be heard and con
sidered and an order entered thereon 1
at the office of the Clerk Superior
Court of Perquimans County, North
r 1 1 1 ' t n j . .r Aen
varuuiiB,. ou we n uay ox iuajr, av,
at 10:00 A.M. ; ' .
This the 8th day of April, 1952.
W. H. PITT.
Clerk Superior Court.
CONTROL. THAT WK
KEEPS MY CAR IN PERFECT
i DRlvlNca CONDn KJN.
THEIK &OW WUHK
All these courtesies you can txpeo-l
FREE and with ft smile when you
drive in at the famLUar Sinclair H-C
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