TCT PEISQU1MANS WF5KLT HESCTCJ, N. C, FSIDAY. JULY 4, 1952.
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A 11.01)0,000 Wright Brothers Me
morial (Museum is going to be erected
at the ' birthplace of aviation near
Kill Devil Hill on North Carolina'
Outer Banks. Sponsors are aiming
at completion of the project by IDe
eember 17, 1953, the 50th anniversary
of the historic flight by Wilbur and
Onrille Wright. -
The museum will house scale models
of gliders and other aircraft built
fay the Wrights, and the workshop
and hangar they used will be recon
structed. Hans also call for a land
ing field for light planes.
. Plans for the project were drafted
; at Raleigh at the organizational meet
ing of the Wright Memorial Commit
tee of the Kill Devil (Hills Memorial
Society witb the honorary chairman,
Gov. W. Kerr Scott Brig. Gen. Frank
P. ILehr of Mansfield, Ohio, is presi
dent of the society, and Miles Clark
of Elisabeth! City, is chairman of the
Governor Scott appointed a com
mittee headed by IDavid Stick of Kill
Devil Hills to make arrangements for
finandnff the museum. Funds would
be raised by the aviation industry and
from private contributors, with the
National Park Service cooperating in
the construction and maintenance of
' Committee members include Adnt
Dewitt C. Ramsey, president of Air
craft Industries Association, Wash
ington, D. C; Paul Edward Garber,
curator of the National Air Museum,
Washington; Merrill C Kerfs, vice
president of Hearst Corp., Chicago:
T. H. Davis, president of Piedmont
Airlines, Winston-Salem, N. C; Fred
C. Kelly of Kensington, Md., official
biographer of the Wright brothers;
Ronald T. Lee, assistant director of
the National Park Service, Washing
ton; Ralph Whhener, organizational
director of the Air Force Associa
tion, Washington; Dr. 3. C Critten
den, director of the North Carolina
Department of Archives and History,
Raleigh; and D. Victor Meeldns of
A Father's Day picnic was enjoy
ed at Nags Head and Oregon Inlet
Coast Guard Station Sunday ny Air.
and Mrs. Joe B. Perry Sr., their chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Per
ry, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Perry, Mr.
and Mrs.' Joe B. Perry, Jr., four grand
children, Verna, Wayne, Pamela and
Jo Francis. The family group was
entertained at Oregon . Inlet Coast
Guard Station during the afternoon by
Chief Otis L. Willis, brother-in-law
of Mrs. Elwood and Vernon L. Per
After smoking (Wis
get abng wonderfully
wHh rny ihroaf.
I especially appretiafe
Camels mildness when
fm making a picture ! j
NOTICE OF DUEtlT TAX SALE
: It ; TOWN OF HE&TtfORD
Sale of Town property for delinquent taxes for the year 1951.
Date of sale, Monday, July 14, 19S2, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Court
House door, Hertford, North Carolina. .
W. G., NEWBY
CLERK AND TAX COLLECTOR, TOWN OF HERTFORD. "
Barbee, G. W., Warehouse
Byrum, l. Jr., Urubb St.
VrUIlIClt, CBSCj UDWW U1UWU Ota
Ourtis, Mr. and Mrs. W. M Barrow Lane
Holdren, V. A., Estate Railroad Ave. -.-.
Hunter, W. O., Grubb St ;
Landing, W. D Railroad Ave.
Lane, Kermit, Edenton Road St .
Lane, Thomas, Willow St
Lane, Mrs. T. C, County - .
Perry. R. P.. Grubb St ,
Roberson, E. P.,County
' Pen. Cost
Smith. Mrs. R. W. Estate Church St. 180.90
WJUte, H. JU, loM St : ZU..& .
COLORED DELINQUENT TAXES
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Baker, Alonzo, King St ,-,' $
Blanchard, John H., Edenton Road
Brickhouse, Rachel, White Lane
iBrotners, i'ercy ju,
Cox, Theodore, Covent Garden .
Dail, Elverd, Estate, Covent Garden .
Elliott, Arthur, Xing St'
Elliott Lillian Roberta - -
Everett, Mamie, King St :
Helton, Ulec, Jiang St.
Felton. John, Railroad Ave.
Felton, Mary L., Estate King St ,
Felton, Rufus, Dofab St .
IFelton, William O- King St -.
Feltin, Wilmore, King St .
Forehand, Lillie, White's Lane
Franklin, John. King St -
Ganderaon, Jas. and Wife, Covent Garden
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if Griswold, Sadie, Brace Ave. -...--...,...
, Hardy, Ernest Sammy, Dobb St.
Harrell, Anderson Mkt St
Hassell, Handy D., King St .
iHinton, Lee, King St .
Hoffler- William, Kin .St -.
Holly, Alpine, King St. -.
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The State Highway Commission an
nounced today its summer operating
schedules for the (Manns Harbor- Roa
noke Island, Alligator River and Ore
gon Inlet free ferries. .
' The schedules became effective June
10 and will continue through Septem
ber 10. Stepped-up service offered
this summer is a result of record-
breaking tourist traffic last year.
Under the new schedules the Gov-,
ernor Scott and the Governor Cher
ry, which travel the Croatan Sound
betweenJManns Harbor and Roanoke
Island on US 64 and 264, will make
15 rounds trips daily from 7:00 A. M.,
to midnight This is one additional
trip over last summer's service. The
gross load limit fori one vehicle or
combination of vehicles will be 16 tons.
The schedule tor' Croatan Sound
Ferry, between (Manns Harbor and
Roanoke Island, U. S. Routes 64 and
264 is as follows: 1
Leave Manns Harbor 7, 8:15, 9,
10:15 and 11 A. M., and 12.-15, 1, 2:15,
4.115. 5. 6:30. 7:30. 8:30 and 12
midnight . ' i ; ;
Leave Roanoke Island 7, 8:15, 9,
10:15 and 11 A. M., and 12:16, 1, 2:15,
3, 4:16, 5, 6:80, 7, 8 and 11:30 P. M.,
nightly except Monday.
The Alligator River Ferry, be
tween Sandy Point in Tyrrell County
and East Lake in Dare County, U.
S. Route 64, follows:
Leave East Lake 6:80, 7:45, 9il5
and 10:45 A. M., and 12:15, 1:16, 3:16,
4:15 and 6:15 P. M.
Leave Tyrrell County 7, 8:30, 10
and 1)1:30 A. M., and 1, 2: 30, 4, 5:30
The schedule for Oregon Inlet Fer
ry between Mags Head and Hat
Leave North shore 7, 9, 10 and 11
A. M and 1. 2, 3. 4. 5 and 6 P.M.
Leave South shore 7:30, 9:30. 10:30
and 11:30 A. M., and 1:30, 2:30, 3:30,
4:30, 5:80 and 6:30 P. M.
have an opportunity to hear an inter
nationally known authority speak on
"gracious living." v k.
According to Mis Verna Stanton,
assistant State Home agent Miss Mar.
gery Wilson of New 'York will be,
the . guest speaker at the annual
meeting of the State Federation of
Home Demonstration Clubs on August
2L , vr...
. Miss Wilson, a teacher, writer, and
lecturer, is the woman who started
the modern study of "charm" and her
10 woks on the subject are used in
schools and colleges all over the
world.' . : .
Presiding at the meeting will be
Mrs. H. M. Johnson, Route 5, Kin
ston, State president. Assisting will
be Mrs. Eva U. Yancey, Norlina, first
vice president; Mrs. Charles Graham,
Route 1, Linwood, second vice presi
dent; Mrs. Earnest Eakins, Burgaw,
recording secretary; ' Mrs. Marvin
Ratchford, Route 8, Gastonia, corres
ponding secretary; and Mrs. Roberta
Ray, Boone, treasurer.
The annual meeting of the Federa
tion's State Council will be held from
2 to 4 P. M., on August 21. Business
matters of interest to each of the
47,421 club members in the State will
State chairman who will participate
in the council meeting are: Mrs. F. J.
Malone, Prospect Hill, Jane S. McKim
. W. S. .C S. MEETS
The Cedar Grove Woman's Society
of Christian Service met at the home
of Mrs. E. N. Miller for its June
Mrs. E. B. Hollowell gave the de
votional. Mrs. J. R. Mathews was
in charge of the program, the sub
ject of which 4was ' H Children Are
Talks were given by Mrs. J. t
Hollowell, Mrs. Lawrence Perry, Mrs.
Kenneth Miller. Mrs. J. F. Hollowell
rendered prayer. Mrs. Calvin Bundy,
the Spiritual Life Leader, gave her
program on "I Will Sing Praises Unto
God." She ended her program with
The hostess served delicious refresh'
Women To Hear
During Farm and Home Week, to
be held at State College August 18-
21. home demonstration club women
from throughout North Carolina will
A BRILLIANT general and a
wise, far-eeing, firm, but just,
president, George Washing
ton was worthy of Hie eonfi
; dance he inspired in the hearts
of his countrymen. He could
be depended on to do the
Our experienced staff is wor
' thy of the confidence it in
spires in the hearts of "those
whom it has served. You can
depend on us to conduct a
ceremony, dignified and sin-
im. . . m
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kom Loan Fund; Mrs, Walter Pike,
Hendersonville, healthy Mrs. B. B.
Jordan, Route 2, Salisbury, education,
Mrs. Perry Taylor, White (Plains, citi
zenship; Mrs. John Boone, Jackson,
.finance; Mrs. W. R. Langdon, Route 1,
Coats, international -relations; Mrs.
George Apperson, MocksvlUe, legisla
tive; Mrs. Braxton Bunn, Route 1,
Spring Hope, publicity; Mrs. M. S.
Emmart, Route 2, Wilmington, safety;
Mrs.. J. Paul Davenport, Pactolus,
MASSES NEXT SUNDAY IN
MARINE CHAPEL, WINDSOR
THEATRE, EDENTON CHURCH
July 6, The Most Holy Sacrifice of
the Mass will be offered at 7 A. M..
DST., in Marine Corps Landing Field
Chapel, near Edenton, at 9 A. M.,
rJST., in Jfalace Theatre,- Windsor, and
at 11 A. M. EST, in St Ann's Cath
olic Church, Edenton, each including
sermon on "The Life of the Soul,"
Holy Communion, followed by Rosary
for, Peace, Sunday School, with con
fessions for half hour before services,
stated Father F. J. MdCourt, Auxili
ary Chaplain and Rector, who invites
everybody to all services. Week-mornings
in Marine Chapel: 6 DST., con
fessions, 6:15 mass, Communion, Ros
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