: THE PERQUIMANS WEEKLY. BSf t ORD." WORTH CAROtttJC TODAY,
FEBRUARY it. 1983.
By BECKY FELTON AND COOKY DOZIEH
''"'(Phyllis Kixon and tfeu-gwet
Ajnsley were co-winners ; vie
annual Peace Speaking .Contest,
sponsored by he I inejr Woods
Friends Churqh, held Monday ia
the tPCHS auditorium. v
(It has been 'the custom in the
past years to qhoose one winner,
lhe judges felt both' girls -equally
qualified' and suggfeaWCi that
they both be given equal honors.
'' A PIA .study course Concern
ing: "College -Preparedness" was
held Tuesday in the school cafe
Trr Ainln.' htWh rolorful 'and inturtaiuw!
bublic school music! conducted
that MiMie Ritivjil held Wednes-
day night at the school. Xhe ,7 th
grades frcip. jWifaU46nfc $ertr
fgrd Grammar Schools;- ' 8th
grade and the 'High School, Glee
The Letter Club is sponsoring 1
a Post-Valentine Dance .JSatur-
day night in the gymnasium.'
During this week, each home-
room chose a boy and girl
abogt our ?roffe
. ". 1 ke Kind
- ,ren 8fflreadv received and i
welcome!, rhti- suggestions
' , ' Respectfully,
In 3 oui of 5 cars, rcnular-pricod
crr;z t;.;i ti cAnz r.::3 cuy;
Ksiday eftoh stu
dent voted for the boy nd girl
sweetkeant ' of Jftis choige. This
couple will! .W crowned, Sa,ujr
ctey night at the dance.
The Ferquimans Indians and
Squaws meet Cape Hatter as here.
Friday night ,at 6 o'clocjt. jsjvi and Jflss. Lydiji Anne Wins
is , the last game of the; regular fcw jJRountiwe, She was a mem
season for the Perquimans teams. , Qf Bethany Methodist Church
,IjTHe French classes ' have . or-' and a member of the Mission
dered and received five-new, MY Society of the ch.utch.
nmitorit" whirh are disolnved
where French classes meet
posters are of some ' of the most
lamaus ;ianamars oi jr ranee,
lhe attractive posters do much
to add "Frenchy"- atmosphere
to thg room
Junkman" A.ny old clothes-,,
and old rags?"
CBM "Of course not.- This is
a chief's barracks." i v -. - v "
Junkman-" Any1 old. bottles?".
a.ve.beeri tauMt .i;f-rnv.? 'I
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M' 1 X
Today, thousands of sensible car owners are saving
a mountain of money on gasoline. How? By switch-
ing to Sinclair Dino They find that regular-priced
JSnjcbir Ignp gives them the lively frower an4 , ; v
long mileage of prcmima f;c-r.G3 costing up to 4
more a gsoa. Why ay 4t taore? Try Sindair Dind , "
in your csr tzi ocover tioy? yon coniaut up to4i&y-i
eallon dnoct -envwhare in -the country where vou
fvl j sea tclir' Dinosaur
Dies At Belvidere
W-'A tem& sEteis- Jftpuntree
;Bakor. 8L ,fUedi Swwday morn-
lag at -1-M. ,8jt tr . ihne on
Jftou.1 X, fBeJLvideiq, .atfeef , an ill
,W$s ,pi two oaths. ,
& lifelong resident c-f Per
qyiraaas County, she ,was the
widow of Joseph M. , Baker,
dourfnter of .the late John Cal-
I Surviving are a son, John R.1
Baker of Route X Belvidere;
two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Bak-
r Stallings of Route.., Belvi-
ace of Norfolk and three grand-
Funeral services were conduct
ed Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock in the Bethany Metho-
M NX. HIGHWAY
' Raleigh The Motor Vehicles
Department's summary' of traffic
deaths through 10 A- M;, Mon
day. Februrv. 18, .follows!
KiUed To Date . ... 133
KiUed to tat iwt Year . 121
$to 24 indies
- ALSO -
. , ideal for building!
Cuilding upply Co.
IT I fl.i .i'M 1 f' III Hi:. I E fl 1 7
i'i: See your Sinclair
Jt frw tW
'sdist Church 'by the 'Rev. Claude
Burial followed in the family
Lcemetery ivsqr the heme.
f.,l ,. I, !
Mr. aod .Mrs. .Bobert Winslow
spent Friday and Saturday ' m
Hampton, Va., visiting their son,
Arnold and family. Arnold and
Dot have a little baby girl, Mary
' Mr. and Mrs. 'Eugene Dillon
and boys -and Mr. ' snd Mrs.
Archie white visited Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Winalow and their
new bby at Hampton, Va.,' on
. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon White
and family spent Sunday at
Gold.sboro wit his sister, the
J. Frank Casey family.
'Seth B. Hinshaw, Executive
Secretary of N. C "Yearly Meet,
ing of Friends, spent ' several
days with the Hershel Hill fami
ly and conducted a course of
study for the Up River and
Piney Woods Friends on "Faith
and Practice" of Friends.
'Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Wins
low visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie
White in Murfreesboro on Friday
and went on to Chapel Hill for
a visit with their son, Gale and
family. On Saturday they visit
ed Mr. and
rs. Sarrett, Betty's
on their return
Wynn Fork 4-H
Qub Has Meeting
The Wynn oFork Community
4-H Club held its regular -month j
ly meeting February ; 13, at. 4
o'clock in the home of 'Mrs. Jo
seph Ayscue. ! community 4-H
leader. The president, Pete
Proctor, presided over the mee't
ing. .',- ",
GOT TOr DO.WS; lu Uw JVKET
4-day SSe teti. Give kldanyi nentle
Mft mn ui'liut for
mula. HIp ct ti of arte at thitt
wmie, oumiiHi, l-nncfle, trf o
If not Bleuedv ynvr SDe back- at
4ra( (tore. TOPAV at
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The Pledge of Allegiance and
i-H Pledge were given, after
which , we sang "My Country
TTis of Thee.". Mary Beth Proc
tor Pselms I. .
4ead the minuses, which were
approved. . Lela Mae Long was
appointed song leader.
The -meeting was .turned ever
tp' -the program chairman, Aud
wy Jo Ayscue, with Carolyn
White in charge of the program.
Jehn Hurdle told about camp
and Lela Mae Long told about
4-iH County Council meetings.
The meeting was -turned over
to Mrs. Early Riddick, who gave
an interesting demonstration on i
vHow to Write a Check." The
meeting adjourned and refresh
ments were served and enjoyed
Club Holds Meeting
The Greenwood UII C! ih met.
at Mrs. Kenneth Bateman's home
at 7:00 P. M. Friday. The meet
ing was called to order by the
president, Ruth Colscn. The de
letion was given by Brenda
Wood. Missouri Bateman read
The club voted for diffe cnt
members to serve refreshments
at each meeting. Tildon White-
hurst offered to serve at the
I Mrs. Bateman gave a very in-
teresting demonstration on
'Landscaping." Follow ing:' the
demonstration delicious ' refresh
rtients were served , by .. Peggy
Jennings. Recreation ; consistecT
of 'diffgere.nl games, ; ' '
CARD OF' THANKS'
May the GoodjLord bless each
and everyone wiw '. remembered
me with , car,ds, "!;flt)wers, , food,
visits and prayers hite' I Was'
a patient in., the hospital and
since my return home. 'We are
deeply grateful and touched by
your every act of kindness. Our
sincere thajUcs to each of you.
Edna and Robert
f to catch one! See it today
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if you haverfj; put a '63 Plymouth through its paces yet, you're in for a real driving thrHI. And
you'll quickly discover .what ,maKes it the hottest seller we've had in many a year! A rugged ,
Competitor, Plymouth stands ready to take on any challenger in -the .tough ,Plymouth-.Fo(dr , ,
.phevrolet lef;,,8b'wrt'areydu wallingW Grab your goggles andhead tor-puj shQweoom.
See why PLYMOUTH'S ON-' THE MOVE at:
THE T.lfRIY-E'iGHPH ff
ANNUAL SALE of tht i
ginia Hampshire Swine Breed
ers' Association will be held
Wednesday, March 6, 1963 at
; 1:00 P. M., at the Tidewater
Sale Barn. Selling 4 Bred
Gilts, 35 Open Gilts and 15
Boars. Meat type hogs se
lected from Virginia's Finest
Herds. Shew at 1 o'clock. For
catalog write Can W. Grove,
Secretary, Waynesboro, Va.
WANTED AT ONCE Rawleigh
deal-.r. Write Dept. NCB-720-23
Rxhmond, Va. Febl,lS
YES SIR VE HAVE .
furniture, appliances, anything
for the home 'At Cheaper
Prices"! Ask your neighbor
abcul Sam's Bargain Store, 15
years of service our guaran
tee. You can even call us for
your needs at 721C, Casey St.,
Elizabeth City, N- C. Feb22
FRUIT lrtEES, Nut Trees
Plant-:, r,rcpe Vines and Land-1
scape Plant Material, offered
by Virginia's largest growers.
50-pg. Planting Guide Catalog
in color FHF on request.
FOR SALE KOJIGE REFRIO-,
ERATOR, good condition. See I
or call Mr.s Joe Caravell.i.
5546, Hertford. Feb22 I
for farm opera-
tions? See your farmer-owned
Production Credit Association.
Loans up to 7 years. Albe
marle Production Credit Asso
ciation, 07 East Church Ft,
Elizabeth City. Febltfc
Come and drive
You have to own
License No. 1690
W&vKins route in ; Perquimaos.
' County. Present dealer going
o-t of business due to hea'th.'l
People with - accounts ' please
contact : Ulrie Caddy, - Rt. 3,
Hertford, N. C Phone 5491.
INSURANCE :JompJjjte .cover-,
ae for Life, Health, Auto,
Fire and Casualty. Eefore
buying any insurance . . ; con
sult HENRY C SULLIVAN,
Old Bank Building, phone 4196,
Hertford, N. C. tf
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IN NORTH CAROLINA
BEER IS A NATURAL
As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from
which it is brewed, beer is North Carolina's traditional
beverage of moderation light sparkling, delicious.
And naturally, the Brewing Industry is proud of the good
living it provides for so many folks in North Carolina. Not
only for employees of the Brewing Industry itself, but also
for the farmers and other suppliers of beer's natural
ingredients. In North Carolina, beer belongs enjoy it
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
NORTH CAROLINA DIVISION, RALEIGH
APARTMENTS FOR i
,iModerh apartments to rent;
'. l!j . three and four-room aperf-' '
' ' ' . a , j i
tiiiL-ms, luroivoevt or juuuiiuww :
,t.d as desired. Electric stovci ,
'refcigerator and water heatet 5
.with eacU apartment. . Catt
Hertford 2SP1 for information,
FOR SALE WESTHJCaaOUSE
aytomatic washing machine V
and 80 - inch Westinghous '
.electric stove. Both in excel"''''
jlent conditioa Phone Eden i
ton 2438. i