Care line, i 'r: ' 7, June 2, l&ol.
, 1 r-4
! v " . . of dur-
r Vs E"-jion of the
1 . ' 1 f e case of Er
i .' , . : I.jro, who was
' . $.1 nd cost3 after be
. ; i 1 : Ilty of having im
I . ' I - s,, -r-
. I ' II latlhews was found
T -1';' r f c)rges of speeding in
t ; ' t CD miles an hour. Ke
" 3 : red to pay a fina of
5-'f . . ,
; I".l!.ard Llghtfoot, Negro,- was
L v j a-. oJ-day sentence, vto be
f 7r.nd?d upon paymentvoi a"
1. e; of 25. and costs, after
I ','.'.TiKt entered a plea of nolo
cwiCfKli-e to charges of disturb
i I' 2 peace. and resisting an
' Cc defendants submitted to
c' ar s,cf speeding and paid
3 , indicated: Houston
C ; y j:3, .Ur Singleton $25,
I ry I' .U CI1, Jorh Miran--$:
., CarLs CI aves $22,
'.."rVn" .:.r-, rero," costs,
I" a T ...es, Kero, ?:5.
.C 1 Cooper was ordered
r . -
Cf(- - v
f a 1
1 and held for a bond
i he f-"3d to ap-
i, t y a";rr' to 'charg
1 V t' e left side
i P.. R. Wil
- f -ne of XZ
. i s of being
J oa a
., I ; t' rr . ci a
' - . r f j.
, in v. hu.ii Tnice
i ' 1 r.idJlck,
3 i r 1 -wih s
i . 'y -wctipon,
uc j i '1 re-1 week
; c 3 in v 1 : h Pew -1-:,
I' 3, is charged
'78 r'ace. 1
Llidshipman first class tarl W,
Duhsmogjy Jr., son of retired
Marine ' Major and Mrs.. E. W
Dunsmoor of 206 Woodland Cir
cle, Hertford; is scheduled to
graduate on June 7 from the
U. S. Naval Academy' at . An
napolis, Mdr - '
He will receive a bachelor of
science degree and be commis-
sioned 'an Ensign fir, the U. ' S.
Midshipman Dunsmoor entered
the academy' in July 1957, after
graduating from' Severn Prepar
atory School, Severna Park, Md
Graduation exercises : for 5 the
1981 class will climax colorful
"June Week", ceremonies at the
. kil. iLi
The t.. , . , o)ii! al-ie of
hfe Pr' C ' , f f.traA
Grammar Svliool have announc
ed the following committees for
the lSBl school year: .
Eud?et and Finance, Mr. and
I 'rs. Elwood Nowell and Tommy
. ."jston; Magazine and Congress
Pu'oUtx'.ion, Mr.-and Mrs. Vern
on llarrell; Hospitality, Mr. and
I.Irs. London White; Member
ship, Vjc. and Mrs. Ike Perry;
Program, Mr;, and' Mrs. Shelton
Morgan; Publicity, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Ambrose; Safety, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Godfrey; Legislation,
Mr. and Mrs. . Nelson Lane;
Health, 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nix
onf Cook Cook, .'Mr. and Mrs.
Elwood Nowell; Parent Life Ed
ucation, Mr." ,$nd Mrs. Paul
r-'th; Ey-Laws, Executive Corn
ice. , . '
Coals, Mr. and Mrs. -George
r '.".r; ;. School Building and
Cr i, Tloyd Matheys, Mrs.
I:is r'lxon,- I'rs. Janice Wins
' "V, I s. G.cllon Morgan and
.1.. , 1,... 1; T -ding and Li
y : vk
a; 1: .
. , 1 I"
i." Claude Wil-
, Mr. 'and Itjs.
nd Mrs; Worth
...; Art,, Mr.; and
yfent; Vays and
1 Mrs. EUner
1 I.I.-S. Cert
. ,s. Lloy i L..:t,
" 1' A. I " 't,
. -.r.-T; i'J i ., , -
.... . . -.1
: . 1 :
ced -the arp-
e t, Taylor of Kc.ord .to
itad the . drive Jn' Perquimans
County . to . save the Battleship
ITorth Carolina,' -
Taylor, who has ; been named ' i
along with 99 other county drive; I
chairmen as an ''Admiral of the I
Fleet" ' in the North Carolina1 1
Navy, 'will direct' the PerquinvJ
ans effort to y .lie its' sbare
of the $250,000 -n.ied from pub
lie subscription to tow the giant
i ship from Bayonne, New-Jersey,
' to . Wilmington, N. C, and "es
tablish Itas a permanent edu
cational exhibit and memorial to
"men and women of all the U. 3.
i - , - .... SIT 1J
mmiary services in uiiu
War IL "
TavW nnlntprf ni t that anv
, r Z ? .j : .
rerquimans county resident giv-;
mg as much as $100 or, any'
campaign worser . wno -solicits Burden; thud (ow, Rebecca Spear, Eva Ann Smith, Jean Copeland, Carolyn, Rogerion. Cecilia Wil
$500 or more will, be made an liams, Betty York, Phyllis Hendren, Patsy Perry. Blanche Faya Lane, Sandra KeeL Yvonne True-
Navy by Governor Sanford, The
od nn a nianna .hnnnt fh oihin
Anyone contributing $5 will re
ceive' five free -admissions to
visit the -ship, i Any school , av-i
eraging . 10c per, ' pupil for 100
per 'cent participation "py the
students will each be given a
free; admission. All contributions
are tax deductible- ' -
Ltroy Scls ;:;,
On June 2, the Perquimans
County Library will change to
its regular summmer sphedule.
It 'wil i remain - open tmtil 6
P. . M., ,' epch afternoon except
Thursday When ltVill be dosed
all day ,and Saturdays, when- H
yrXl be .' -- 1- 31:3a but
closed on ijlaturclay .. afternoon
uuouynom line summer.
The library, Ki received three
memorial bdpl this week; The
World of Nature has been given
in memory of Miss Mildred Reed,
and The Story of Medicine in
memory , of Dr. C. A. Daven
port ' " " . i ,
Jane's All the World's Aircraft
1960-61, was )pent to the library
by Miss Esther Evans, former
member of the Perquimans
High School aculty( who gave
it in memory1, .of all her "stu
dents who gave their lives in
World War II:
, Several JKorth Carolina books
"have been added to the library
this week." Xawson'i North Car
olina History is, a -new -edition
of this early history,, first pub
lished in London in 1709. '
i ne country , Churches r , in
North Carolina, by the Rev. J,
M. Ormond' . k" study in com
parison of material, religious and
social,1 progress from 1872 to
One and Twenty is a collec
tion of prose and verse by some
Duke students and teachers.
Indians of North Carolina and
The North Carolina Constitution
of 1778 end " Its Makers , are
pamphlets of interest, to students
of North aCarolina history. ,t ,
The County has '-recently put
in the library a four volume set
of books, Iloitlv Carolina iRcgi
menls 1S"1-1Z "5. , These books
"ere previ 'j kept in, the
en -t Ymtrt -rg few ieople
K 1 si- ; tj i'.Ci.i. The Coun
V r "s' believe that in
; 1 " y Ccy will be
, ' e rPle and
t djring the
' Mmb of the 1961 graduating
9 mry cna smun. way. oenion, uonni Boyca, Ann nooini.
c?eiaBO. ray wood, uract cure, Mary L.. waia, juinda Bass. Dianne MouoweU; second row,'
Kathryn Bonner. Carroll . McDonnelL Vm Hardiaon, Mbses Bright. Fenton Eure, Donald Ray Stall-
ings. Gene. Boyce. Edward Waters, Donald Chss jnTommy Lynn
. Langley, Mary Phthisic, Donald Madre. Vernon Winslow.
fifth row. Clvda Lane. Arland Winslow. Curtis Trueblood. Johnnia
McCracken. Tarl Owens, Ed, Nibcon, Jerry Chappell. Carlyle Woodard; sixth row. Gene Ray Apple-
Perquimans High School's 36th
commencement exercises will
get tinder way , with, baccalaurei
ate services on Sunday, June 4,
with the Rev.. Norman Harris
delivering 'the sermon.;, v: -
Principal E: C. Woodard an
nounced sixty-five students will
be awarded. diplomas , at j!ihe
closing services to- be condubttfd
Monday 'night, June 4. v .
Marshals for the commence
ment have been announced as
Frank Ainsley, chief, Pete Cook,
Brenda. Smith, Verna Perry,
Betsy Barbee, Wayne Chappell,
Gloria Miller,. Phyllis Nixon and
: Names of the candidates for
diplomas are listed under the
picture of the class of 1961
shown on this page.
' The . program ; for - the com
mencement exercise has been
announced as follows: ; Invoca
tion will be given by ,. Hubert
Burden, Salutatory will be giv
en by Linda Bass followed by
the class .history by Carroll Mc
Donnell, v ; Edward Nixon will
make i the presentation of the
class gift to the school.;, . ;
Medals, and awards will be
presented by E. C. Woodard and
Supt. -J. T, Biggers will intro
duce Clarence C. Chappell,-S'-.
chairman1 of the Board of Edu
cation, who will1 award the dip
The Valedictory will be given
by Dianne Hollowell to be fol
lowed' with the benediction by
' dinic On June 2
i Tlie Northeastern Cancer Clin
ic will be held on Friday after
noon, June - 2, with registration
beginning at 1; o'clork., ; Ar chest
X-ray yfill , be given,: to anyone,
wishing it along with the exam
ination of the, five areas of the
body where cancer is most like
ly found and cured. There are
no" limitations as to sex, race,
physical or economic status at
the center. : However,,, women
should be 35' 1 or more; , men
s'.-uU be 'ID or over unless re
f Ted by a doctor, or unle6
, 3 cf the "C.?ven Danger S:2
,',.j" - or "iymptoms" are pres.
'a c-p te seen l
m"nth due t
sd it is f
" pn r rint
C. cer C .
clan of Perquimans High School, include
To Op:n Monday
"Personal an4 Group Relation''
ships" is" tfie theme for tha Va
cation Church School at, First
Methodist c Church, Hertford,
which begins . Monday, June 5,
and continues through June 9.
acn morning s ' session will be
gin at 9 o'clock, except on Tues
day, when the groups will meet
from three until five P. M.
Mrs. George Fields, Jr., su
perintendent of the children's
division, ) today, called .attention
to the fact that the dates have
been changed from (hose previ
ously announced, and urged par
ents to -take note, of the new
- Kindergartners will study "My
Home and Family," with Mrs.
Ray Haskett, Mrs? Broughton
Dail, Mrs: Paul SmiU - Mrs.
Charles Skinner, , Jr., Mrs. J. A.
Auman and Misses Mary Bar
bee;. Beth Auman and Judy Reed
as teachers and helpers.
-iPrimaries' theme will be "Love
One Another", and they will be
led by Mrs. J. L. Harris, Mrs.
Lester Simpson, Mrs. H. C. Sul
livan, Mrs. Eugene Boyce and
Misses Betsy, Barbee' and Beth
Jupiors will study "Living and
Working Together As Christians"
and their teachers will be Mrs.
Donald Norman,- Mrs. John
Decker, i Mrs. ' Lloyd Lane and
Mrs: R. 'M. Riddick.
Circles of the Woman's So
ciety of Christian Service are in
charge of the mid-morning re
freshment ' periods. On Friday
morning - at 'II : p'clocK," parents
and 1 friends are invited to a
sharing session at the close of
Ifie school, when boys .and girls
will relate their experiences of
the 'week and share their activi
ties and projects. '. , '
r.Ieet Next Monday
Commissioners for Perquimans
County ' will hold their June
meeting next Monday, June 5, in
V ? Court House, -beginning i at
1") o'clock In addition to other
' i-s, the board is expected
so a.! pt a- budget resolution for
" f -.1 year beginning July' 1,
r having finalized the ap
?v; l cf items requestedfor in
i in the udjet V . !
,Ann uenion, syivia nmgiu, uaw
Riddick, Larry Corprew. Hubart
, Carson . Spivey, : Julian Nixon;
Everett. Fernander Deal. Gut
President Kennedy's : confer
ences in Europe, according to
Washington reports, are not ex
pected to develop new policies
but : were . arranged to provide
the President an opportunity to
meet and discuss personal views
with DeGaulle and Khrushchev.
State employees, other than
those covered by the education
budget, ; were voted a five' per
cent pay raise by the joint ap
propriations' - committee thif
week. Teachers - and other edu
cational employees will receive
a higher percentage"' raise under
the Governor's program.
Attorney , General Robert
Kennedy has requested the In
terstate Commerce Commissior
to use its vast authority to pro
hibit segregation in - interstat
bus transportation and facilitie:
associated with it. The attorney
general was quoted as saying
this was: a quicker process foi
action than through the courts
Raleigh reports "state the Leg
islature leaders see a possibility
for adjournment by . "June- 20,
barring unforseen developments
in financing the programs get
ting approval by Appropriations.
It now appear, Governor San'!
. ' : ... ' . i in
loras program ior.scnoois win
get final approval and financ
ing will come ; through new
items added ot the three pet
cent sales tax. -. '
Agent Ssys Lob
Peel Is JE3 5
R. M. Thompson, County
Agent of Perquimans County,
has announced that, the ( Lamb
Pool will be held at the stock
yard on Highway ,64 outside of
Plymouth on Monday, June ..5,i
This will be handled the same
way it1 has : been in the past,
with thY first ones there being
the first to unload. "Good lambs
bring a good price in this pool.
but lambs' thai are not of too
good a' quality do not bring' too
much of' a price," said Mr.
Thompson. ; ' '
The Wool Pool has been sold
and the -closest place for local
producers, ta'dever 3s with Pea
nut ' Growers- Cooperative i in
FranWVaV, JWe 8 WV,.or'
Sermons Warehouse in Washing
ton, N. C.V June 12 and 13. "We
will probably , podl'' our" wool as
in the past and deliver to Wash
ington,' N. C." says' Mrr.Tnbinp
son. - . v '
Sheep growers will be notified
later bf the time to deliver, in
case . they will want to partici
pate In the & livery of the wool, j
r"-X- .TirCvl rr
Mr.- and ' Mrs. " Wal'-ice .taker'
p II ;T ill 1
A committee was ' organized
j here last Sunday night for the
I purpose of opposing passage of
a bill by the Legislature which
, will authorize the Town of
Hertford to hold an ABC elec-
. tkm, . - j
. itembers of the committee are
llhe Rev. James A, Auman, who
is chaiiman, L. C. Winslow,
uora 1. ruaaiu, xauimgc
Jr., John Beers, uarrou noimes,
Colon Jackson, W. F. Ainsley,
Bill Winalow, Thomas Rogerson
and Matthew Smith.
; Mr.' Auman stated the com
' mittee . opposes adoption of the
I bill and it was organized to
strengthen Representative- Arch-
ie T. Lane in opposing it.
He said the committee will go
to Raleigh to voice its opposi
tion to the measure when , the
Legislature sets a hearing f for
consideration of the bill
Another development, in con
nection with this matter, is the
Rev. Mr. Auman stated he 'will
recommend to his committee not
to pursue the matter of a coun
ty-wide election, since it has
been learned the outcome of a
county vote will have no affect
on the bill which is now before
' Clarence Benton White, 43, a
resident of 4 Smith Road, Ports
mouth, va., for the last six
years, died Monday night at 9:30
nroute to the Portsmouth Gen
;ral Hospital. . A native of Win-
fall, he was the son of Mrs.
Sarah Elizabeth Miller White of
Norfolk and the late Clarence
8. White. ' He was employed as
a carman for the Norfolk West
ern Railroad and was a member
of the Cedar Grove Methodist
Church in WinfalL
Surviving besides his mother
are his widow, Mrs. Sadie V.
Harrell White; one daughter,
Mrs. Barbara White Chittenden
of Harlingen, Texas; three sons,
Benton McGuire White, George
Miller White and Cannon Trim
White, all of Portsmouth; one
sister, Mrs. Ervin Perry of Nor
folk; one brother, Lee E. White
of Norfolk. .
, Funeral services were' conduct
ed Thursday afternoon at 4:00
in. the chapel pf the Swindell
Funeral Home by the Rev. A.
N. Gore, pastor of Cedar Grove
Methodist Church, assisted by
the Rev. L. L. Hinton, pastor of
the Christian" Church in Ports
mouth." ' ; : . ..
Members of the Church Choir
sang- "Sometime We'll Under
stand" and "In, The Garden".
They were accompanied by Mrs.,
J. Ellie White, organist
The casket pall was made of
red carnations, white carnations.
and baby breath.
Pallbearers, nephews ; of Mr.
White, were C. L. White, Vin
cent White, Jay White, Garland
Stanton, Jr., Manning B. Har
rell and Harrell Barrington.
Burial followed in Cedarwood
Cemetery. ' ,
Thieves Break In
.Three Local Places
Thieves broke into three local
establishing sometime , during
Tuesday night and made away
with approximately $90.
Sheriff J.': K. White said the
breaking occurred at Albemarle
iLieoinc i3mDersnip torporawon
I where about $75 ,ias rf-ported
missing, Hert?,Trd Llotor Corn-
pany where 15 dollar was sto-
.m t ii l fcrrr:
i fJoinmlssioners ' . f pr f
... : a .
Wi maeung 9 -
ed ,to appropriate funds for I
uig.a special .A-C election v t
look no action 'in instructing
the Board of Elections to call a
referendum. , -"- .
It was the opinion of the
Board, individuals who have re
quested a county-wide election
v'ould, under state statutes, pro
vide the Board of Elections with
a petition .signed by approxi
mately 300 registered voters and
nave the referendum ordered in
this manner. :
The special meeting of the
Commissioners was called Sat
urday for the purpose of con
sidering a large number of re
quests made ; to Commissioner
for the holding of a county-wide
referendum. .On opaning of the.
meeting Chairman R. L. Spi-'
vey ' said a 'lot of people had'
been to see ' him. saying they
thought an ABC election should
be held on a county-wide basts;
that ' some (of the people ' said
they approved of the establish
ment of an ABC store while '
others commented they opposed
such an establishment v
Spivey advised the board -it
was his opinion if they, as Com-'
missioners, ordered a referendum
each would be duty bound tq
support the adoption of the pro
posal on. a county-wide basis. '-
After .considerable' discussion
of the matter the board then
Voted to appropriate funds for
an election but no action was
taken on ordering a referen
dum. - v
Meanwhile, : last . Friday , an
ABC election bill, granting thj
Town of Hertford authority to
hold such an election, was in
troduced , in the , Legislature by
I Senator. J. Emmett,Winslow, ,t
This measure, if ratified "by
the General Assembly, allows
the town commissioners to .call"'
the election oil or before Octo
ber, 1, .1961. The bill also sets
forth ' requirements concerning
the election and provides the '
town board authority, if "tree
election is carried, to operate i. a
three member ABC Board, and
calls for a division .of profits
from , the store to be divided ;
50-50 between the town general
fund and the County Board of
Education. - v. ' . j -
Elects Officers ;;
At the May meeting of Wif-'
liam Paul Stalliftgs Post No. 126
of the American Legion, ' held
Thursday night May 25, at' the
Municipal Building u Hertford,'
the following officers were elect
ed for, the year 1961-J962. ' "'
Commander, William F. Ains
ley; first, vice, commander, Clif
ford C, Banks; second vice com
mander, Julian H. Broughton;
adjutant and finance ; officer,
John ; H.. Decker; chaplain, W. "
T. Willpughby; historian, Juliari
C.; Powellf . publicity officer, B.
C. Berry; sergeant-at-arms, .
Charles T. Skinner, Jr.
These 6ff icers will be installed
June' with First District
Commander J. L. 1 Chestnutt 'of
ITAtmtfin . nm : th . Inetalllnir , Af-
W. F. Ainsley and J, ' II.
Decker were elected as delegat-s
to the Department convention 1j
be held in' Charlotte. in Juuj,
with C C .- Banks 'and JJ II.
Broughton as alternates.. . n
',The .William' Paul' ,. Stall'
Post went on record as -en '
ing the observance of . Vtc
Day, Ndvembet ll.' byiihavi.
public meeting; of all . vc'
and .veterans' organizKtio,
Veterans Day on a chu- ' .
vice on' the niht of &i
The incoming commnni
appoint a committca to i
the veterans orz" '
the surrounding e
gard to tl.'a c', . .
eran D-y, v h! '
ei t e I rr. ' '.'. t
er - x '.1
'i or a e "
ion and the tW
d place was i'e
h:, ' v -y tor.l
r- : r i r'
1 t Jf "3 V