. : ,. - , . ; -; .' - ...... . - : - - -
- ' ,ii i ii if, ii aawaaa
. I - m
Mrs. Lucille Winslow, " chair
- man of , Perquimans tCounty Tert
centenary observance,, rejhis her
program, including ' historical
exhibit -at Hotel' Hertford, 'coin-
njal fish dinner,,. Court room
drama, '. featuring 'Commission
Chairman Fraucis E'Winskiw, a
religious ' - service at Phfelp
3 vAls'.-fliirinf 1 A$fil 19-tt - his-
' .;. torical f tours' . ' 6? : tN5rfaimail
: . .-.'?, '.County " wul be avaflaMe: py
V callina t ;he K Chamber : si . Com
merce. Guides i wjll be jwovid
: ed. A walking .Wur A Hertford
f j is available V through the sirne
";'v ource;HerUor4 w-j ict-
eted in 1V&8. kv ? ... . ,
V ; Mrs, T.-Pr-Brin-ihirma
of the historical exhibit, .which
wUl be held fh. the Hotel .Hert-
.., lom -jpiy-. TKiaxt oatUKMy UU
Sunday is busy . c"ollectinf. local
; items' tf ' histoHcja jteist : ! ;
Py.Byrum, roVner '' 6l ."Byrum
V' Furniture Company,. ,riB. show
!' antiques ::um.coiu)wal(' with
fct 4 this-ipyeni; H ; iVit:
1 A grwp of HcW I
:;i:j; tion Club, women dressed in eo-;
; , ; . loni costuines: wUTJ ac ',, .
. U : tesses at' the - historical exhibit
. ;'x Mrs. Brlnn.. ls;,.;jequesttog:' 111
county residents V who have aK
please' enter ithem ..to theex
' v hibit. These should bp -brought
Perquimans County ; . High
School PTAwill have its final
meeting p the., school year .on
Thursday evening, April 4, at B
o'clock iQ the new cafeteria
The. president, Mrs, Ruby. K.
Long, urges all parents to at
tend and enjoy the special pro-
"h aord, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Friday, April jrlS63.
5 Cents Per Copy
n a : ' ii I
: Appointment of Mrs. . J.i E.
Winlow1 of Hertford as Perquim
ans ' roimty ' hiembership chair
man of the Roanoke -'Island. His
torical' Association has been an
nounced by trs. uther . H.
PorQuipqps Board 01 Well
man of the R, r H. A
The Roanoke '"island Associa
tion produces The host Colony,
Paul Green's symphonic drama
which will be 'presented for the
26th season in 1 1963, every night
granajmed tto 'Understand except Suay.tmo. 29v.through
i John T..Biggers was re-elect' Development Group
ed superintendent of the . Per
quimans County Schools-. for- a
form ' nt ' lurn vparR. . . hf0inninff
Hodges ' .of Washingtplt,; P. ..QJuiu, 1..lMl fnllnwinir Mmrmnisl
jt. nun . - j : - "L j I ' w "
tion of the Board of Education
Our Children's Future Oppoitu-. September' 1.
ii'ii-o . l.1i . (Theater on.
- t: , 1 o
Industrial School of-JWilson will
lead ( prograrait and will use
(j filp and college students t?
snow noir ; a : graouaie may
choose tiis or her future.
"-A . social' hour ;WiU lollow the
pro'grani and business session. "
Special Sundays- night: perform
ances, are' i"schedule4,' June 30,
August 18 and September 1,
i . . i
The Parkville Community De
velopment Organization : will
. - i .u -, i - -r..".-rf ---p i ( - w, -
at a meexinn nem nere jhu.. !,, p M in the Community
xne ttoara oi icauon meei-.,.R(liMln. in wnin
ing in regular quarterly session
with D. H, Eure, chairman, pre
sided. ' Other ' members present J
were George Caddy, John pan
shise and Joe Nowell, Jr. .
The board approved Ginides
Sutton as maid at Perquimans
Union School in place of Alma
Foreman Burke. 'J".:: . J-:,..,
A motion was passed to con-
Mrs. Hodges ' pointed lout that.
a.uu regular, 1U. susiauung, .
sponsor . and 1100 .life member:
According to President Elijah
White,, there will he a discussion
of some very important Items of
business. This business includes
the fire truck and water system.
' The program should be of in
terest to 11 the farmers in the
community. . Astor Perry, Pea
nut Specialist from N. C State
ICpllege, A will, present program
v: t'S. ;.,irh j; y'.'-r-
"'.names' "i i " 6e ' ''fowingi
i'jtf ? 'Perquimans'.: (i,...-.!
ia&t)f.jl tw'v " "V i ucy ; ser
pertor Court durin- the ?arch
meetlriir t fcfc Ci-- Camim-J
sicMers. ; hejo ?are?SF linbws
1 witit the exception W twofst
dens drawn , or "tibU ; who
Kav been excused. They; were
r Robfert TavlorrOram ind B&r'
! .fWV flay f , White, h Perquimiuis
Coiintr: :dp. warden , and rabieB
inspector, announce joay, a :iog
vaccination campaign will get
tjnder way throughout the county
oii5 Stir4, wd will continue
through y-pril.'and May,';.'; .;
i AU dog owners are required
bj Jaw to have their dog or dogs
Vaccinated against rabies during
this period and to assist the ra
bies inspector in administering
the; vaccine by restraining tne
dog ojr ; 'dogs.;, , .Vy.- $
J 'tel i White has set ip; a sched-
ulet f ' places" hfe ' will; visit dur-
My ' jwf they are , advertised; in j
Weei'Ior. ; flje' puifpose of ,yac-:
clnatijigpthj kSS 1 'f
owners 'are ; quested ,t4 note
thii ScheUute ant brmg- the dogs,
ships., are offered to, indAyiduels-J
All members will receive a, copy
of; The ' Lost ' f!olpny souvenir
program - m1- which; their; names
'atp. listed, ,an4 phe reserved sejat
ticket tp .any )963 performance
of the drama for each $5 value
of 4heir ; nMiiobefshiir. :'. Tbeyjako
gua uee umjiui n tun iw
leigh; i national historic ; i$te. fk;
Mrs.V rtodeps .exnresSed -condi-
dence. ,that y friends; of Xhf Lfost
S i : 'it. t. .- ..1 .
woiony , an oi weu; cuunvy meni-
bership chairman, will contact;
her . immediately; -toe , join' the
B.v X Hi ; A.- andr elp preserye
the heritage of tie spiritual
birthplace of the. nattion. ' ;
Memberships also may be
maUed to Mrs.. ' Hodges, 4J65
,ingtoo D:- Qr r : t ,
r" r rru" " r wanutp
.LiroHiwuiuia.uwiV V""M fcrin ,itl, Wjm .1,,,
Mg, lIU IIHTC TTlUi -lIII . -- a w,Lb
iirfornriatidn'available on peanlits.
Grammar ; School . with dimen
sion and plan of work s al
ready begun. The' superintend
ent rpnortfid that work on reno- ..
should be completed soon.- . v
f ,George Caddy, jTetiring mem
ber, of the Perquimans Bpard pf
Education, expressed his appre
ciation for the privilege of i Sorv.-J
yii xiic uvuu' ui , jiui.aMu
Sinqe April 4,. 194?, ' He .jthanked
the members for their' coopera
tion and respect during his 14
years of pubtyc service; v,:?.
o. H.-- Eure, ehauroaa oi uie
board, expressed his: apprecia
tion to the members of ; the board
for their cooperation and. sap1
port during his term ..chair
man, and adjourned the' meeting.
Clerk of Court W. Jarvis Ward
administere the oath-of office to
Perquimans County . will be
well represented at the Albe
marle Craftsman Fair. The Fair
is td be April 17 and 18 at the
Elizabeth City armory from 1
P,-M, to 9 P. M. each day. Pine
needle craft will be demonstrat
ed by Mrs. Wallie Knight of
Route 3, Hertford. Chair caning
will be demonstrated by Mrs.
Vivian Dail of Belvidere. Mrs.
Nathaniel Fulford of Route 3,
Hertford, will demonstrate pine
cone craft. " Stool bottoming will
be demonstrated by Mrs. E. W.
Sutton of Route 3, Hertford.
- Exhibits .will, be displayed by
Mrs. Kelly White, crewel em
broidery; and - Mrs. Ila Grey
White, copper, enameling and
' The Perquimans '.High School
Glee Club, under the direction
f fknmett'idipg iOed his aii
dUaelieire'i;4hl eekrlor -he
office .pf tMayor pf'thejToyn. of
I ,il!?5V---'!c1VcimiliM; as acUve in
: iwbk irfw mam, Tin
D; .H. Eure, ; Drv A. ; B-i Bonne,
of Miss Caroline Wright, will
Everyone in the community is Icing Thursday. Aoril 18. at1 7
urged to attend this meeting, as p. m. They will sing Tercenten-
atlect everyone., in tne8ry music that could have been
Lf I - 1
John Dapchise, Joe Newell, !
an , George I , Baker. They, then
sltmed the registration ; hook,
thus ;t)ua;lifying as! membersfjofj
the . Perquimans County. Board
of- Education. -, , ' ; ri mVv ';;-;,u ; ;i
n In compliance with Chapter
115 qf; the N.i CiiGener'al Sta
tutes,'; 'the isuperuendenf'. called
foMicm4tiqns, fpf chaipwnKoi
boart. r, Allan., a. ( Bonnet.
s rag elected, lor a- term or. time,
in i:. . . . . . .L tij
o years, lor wnico joe tnanneu
Mi-s. Marie S, Elliott and Mrs.
Laura. W, Matthews were among
the 15 nurse graduates of the
Elizabeth Cijty School of Prac
tical Nursing ' graduated , in
March. ' v' '.'' "' ' " ' ,
; The exercises- jyere held at
the First Methodist Church with
Hi A. ; Grual of the . Elizabeth
City . Board; ; pf Education and
Djr.; Robert jbi dsjon , of WiaH,
a Imember b'tJie-Albemarleos-Ipitai'
;staff,i,awWin the dip7
sung in North Carolina during
the colonial period, 1663-1763.
The hostesses from Perquim
ans County, who will be in Ter
centenary costume,: are Mrs. M.
T. Griffin of Route 2, Edenton,
Mrs;; Thomas Propter of Route 1,.
Hertford, Mrs. Harold White of
Belvidere and - Mrs. E. J. Proc
tor, Sr., of Route 1, Hertford.
They will be hostesses on Thurs
' Ref inlshiiig picture ! frames, a
given b .MisS' Edith McGlam
ery and MiW iCliarlotte Womble,
The fairv is .sponsored by
Planned At Pblps Pciai
By Society Of riends
Minnie Ella Felton
Hurt In Accident
Minnie Ella Felton, 51, of
South Church Street. Hertford.
was hospitalized at the Chowan
Hospital Tuesday night at 9
o'clock after being struck by a
car driven by John Quincy
White. White was traveling east
on Grubb street when the Felton
woman ran in front of his auto
mobile and was struck by the
left front fender just a short dis
tance from the Perquimans Rec
The accident was investigated
by State . Highway Patrolman
Donald Gumbo, assisted by Hert
ford Policeman William "Bill"
F. Tarkington. " Patrolman Cum
bo deemed the accident unavoid
able. The Felton woman suffered a
compound fracture of a leg and
Honored At ECC
; The School ol iSursini. is , spon
sored " jointly' by, W AlbMnarle
flospjtal and ;;Euzabeti? . v City;
.public schools! jThe course, & W
inhris; .Avnew class' 'of t3 Wmt
started' on'l Mal9;'25,, This; class
Willi, graduate 'hext yeat' at this
-, Dewey Stallmgs'J Jesse H.' lkVi
Edward B4ifDer,f..GoTie , parvin
Carver, . Charlie . L, , WansfieU,'
. John M Bentont jri 3mp "k:
Ayscue, John Q. White, ii. Hep
" ry Mallory, ,,-y, ?jaT lM F8"1
H. Hatch, Sr. Ralph . BL Wmslow,
. will Archer. ; elaude il. ''Lbrii,
' Lestej J.'Balei;, J amei ' Div'-" epiriWal; .life; '- The public is, in-
;V' .;. Continued M.J:P'iMd''':, ;i
' - - - - 1 rllln-'-"ll"rlf-rlTln'
A,M4Un.v PWvPr-. Wil bel S." ""-v.- ,1-OllOWing
rft jin4ay -high
.T" r r rr?r:zZL February..,:. v: 'A; ; v. ; all
Kown, mvw iiK:f it ; f-feiau awara ipr ',nis vouistanouig schools, the
;" - u....uZ la'i Ari , will ' K; V10M " ritt . Monclav I
mK 'Pril 8. at 8 o'clock at the
:,reiula vWSf3S " meetirig.; The
Qiass win ,,pb iea juj mis., excu
StUi,; .'minister's ; wife:"' The
study is , being- held ; during the
Lenten season ' when. Christians
are interested in enriching thwr
bor and .touch of f itilMMrU
-.'''tij 1 -;. nn.ll t-i a' rJL.
nis own. : inc jieruvra wnjr
11- 1 A
for :"CaS5::Slir eq
; A special .ineiikgcl tS4;:f.
crusade worker' of the Per
quimans! County 'Chaf.tt) of the
American' Ciricerf Society wajs
held on WedSaeMil, AiiainJ .the
Municipal Buildinf Jwith 1
Louise Barber, , president, . pre-
Mrs.? James Newby: freas-
, urer.t. renorted A T balance ?oh
hand c $462.32 ia W operating
account and; $5.00 tn the jcam-
nalsm, account which ; was
"memor':il cLT4. i.'I.VJ
;'., Mrsy: rrt. Tysi..'rf"- Ceen
':' ville, .:, ' 'i'.t ; -f ': " I v ' CGiiaultant
made, bntf talk irr toahow
ing i, ;fam,;.;rtAn -jrY!April,,,
which gave . icterec" ia ideas on
how to. be ,sj t-.J' erUsade
mart for lz
t"ie drive is
i rst two v
1 - '
t" j I
r -i !
' t' t
; t .
v ' '
40 for. county units. 1 " i
,Miisi An 1 Elliott youg,-;;ton
chairman,, for the' Crusade, will
b i assisted oy jhw. marjww
$hirfey; 'Byrum, Mrs.. Qara
Gibbs, Mra Mai ?lnez, Harrell,
Mrs. Carrie Spivey. Mrs." Chn-
ton , Eley, Mrs... Durwood Reed,
Sr.,' Mrs-: Bass, Mrs. Walker,
irs, . Harriette peSi, Mrs. Reth
Norman; Mrs. JReba Owens, Mrs.
Alice , Fulrell. i Mrs.' rjEnie Mae
Vickersi Mrs.; Janice Boyce, Mrs.
T-en Thaeh, l&s.. Soles Perry,
?.!rs. Ruby :Catemari, "Mrs. Eva
Eae .Landing and Mrs. Tvelyn
KprdlevU '; :;i4:';SM;;f'
; Don ' Norman will serve as
chairman for the., business
trkt and -tSm: M; D: Taylor will
te chahfaia.i "cf -solicitations for
yy0 iiyiom in the -'town
; cou" v i fK ''
I 1. , Colon JacksonV- county
v "1 1 be ' -!r. 3, by
' s. I '1 V' , - .WiJjre;
i j. '. ; .1. " ".u.- ii-s,
.. 1 -, .1- 1 M'3.
' C ' sn's ''Ilxk;
. I , nd 1 a.
' T Til . ;
, 1 '
: , n
'Candidates who. .have file(i rfc'j
Ldatei.'tre incumbent. Mayor;. V.N.,
lUaruen, , wno ejs?ipg, re:eiev-:
tion,-, and Emmett Landing. ' -,W. ;
A. (BiDy) 'White, Henry C. Sul
livan, Commissioner Incumbents,
and W, F. Ainsley." ' "
April 18 will be the last day
that ;ny ;;- quaUflel "voter- may
file as j ; a , candidate ifor . either
Mayor':oT.,Conimlssloner? 'i 4 1 -
Mr,v Landing '.is. gartner in
the Landing i supply ' Ctanpariy.
tie is . u, ,yearswa.. iparrteu w
the former, ;Eva" Wtae:' Wihslow.
They haves two hifdrenf tatti
U1Q rjUgCUC .B,l -y. ' ;. ' X . . .
He has. long been known lor
his intertsr in local TSrvid aflairs;
hls f curreht Jproject. being .the
dbmpletidn of .the. Perquimans
Recreation Park.; " .
Landing is active in the Hect-v
ford Methodist Church and a
member of the I official board.
He is a member" of the Hertford
1 ire iepgruiieiu, ' 1 uuis ytuu,
chairman of Perquimans County
Chamber pf , ftenunerce 'Civ)c
fCommittee, member of' the Per
quimans 'A. "FY & A. 'M." Ma
sonic' Lodgev Scetsh Rite and
Sudan. Tempi? (tnd a 'officer; in
the Perauimans ,Chatter of the
'American 5'nn- I'VKT ''4
""vi.-;! T--.'' ';
PcrQ"..-. ,.3 l4w.-iS . v . !
Kenton; t.Jrs.S Jacky, Brlnn and
J,Irs'..' Valter f Awards f were 'top
scoters in the duplicate hridge
rlay r-'J at the EViabeth (City
I,- t I inay. f ,
'3 ; v : 8 awarded
T. p rers in the
1 m ?: wortn-
jwMMpw , imember' ' and promised to 'carry
school'- policies s to' the
best of his ability to the end
that r all ; Perquimans ;.,County
schools , would serve the needs
of all the pupils. V -? ' y; ,
The following District School
Committee I was appointed ; to
serve a term of , two years: Ju
lian Matthews, ,CairoHrWiWwns.
Ralph Hatrell, Mrs. ' Thelma
Rogerson, ,- tond Mrs. ,; IWallace
Advisory, committees appomi-;
ed',.Werer ' . Perquimans High
Schooi. ; Mrs;' .Jbtin Hurdle, Flpydl
Matthews. Francis JNixon nen-
imA ' . Grammar ' School ' ' Mrs.
I Clinton,.' Ray ! '' Winslbw, ' Ray
bpniinua on rav
1 X Co
I Iustr i
top wi " rs.
Sout"-., i: ,
son a 5 I "1,3.
Holy Week services , will be
gin with , the Palm Sunday ser
vices April ) J ; at Holy Trinity
Episcopal ' Church. - 'There will
hi , a ' celebvhtioh of the Holy
Communion at 8 A, M.. Church
School at 9:45 K W and Holy
Communion with sermori at 11
A;. Mi The . church wiU pe eco
rated with pahas and evety per-
son attending j , wiU be given
oalm ;crosS., i . :m. v rr-t;
Oh" ' Monday, Tuesday ana
Wednesday "njght there -will be
evening prayer an brief semens
on topics' appropriate for . Holy
Week. 'On Maundy Thursday
there Mrill be a celebrattiom of
Holy Communion 1 in special
eommemorat hi , of the instiUi'
Continue on Vage 8-
C. II. Robin
t Jc -ette;
1" r a.J
and I Vs.
Arvin IluJ.m has accepted the
Cou "y CI.
1: 1 is
that t -1
of the -Perquimans
r of the American
Earlie Goodwin and Tom. By-
rum,? local Ford retail salesmen
for 'Wuislow-Blanchard Motor
Co-. Inc.. were among 300 Ford
dealership car and truck sales
men in the Richmond Ford dis
trict honored at a banquet at
the CJolden Triangle Hotel" to
Norfolk'. Va., Saturday, for ' out
standing sales performance -dur
ing -1962. ; ' . ;
!'C'.,'W.J,'Ramsay,fc Richmond dis-
tricti sale managerJ; said 300r500
Club ' meinbership ; awards . are
presented 'A for1 . excellent r fetail
sales performance. . The Ford
300590: -Club was founded in
1950 Ho- recognize the perform
ance of outstanding Ford .sales
men throughout the country. ;
Mr4. Ramsay added -that, the
average 300-500 . Club ? member
sold nearly 400.000 worth 'of
automotive merchandise iri quali
fying for the national honors.
Ixcal Group Ai i
ueancrs Mcexing v
. The Society" " of : Friends re-.
ligious service has been sched
uled by the Perquimans County
Tercentenary Committee for 2:30
P. M, Sunday, April . 21. The
Rev. Seth B. Hinshaw, active
secretary of the North Carolina
Meeting of Friends, will be the
principal speaker. Rev. Herschel
Hill, pastor cf , the Up River
Meeting and the Rev. Paul An.
drews. nastor nt the P'mev
I Woods 5 Meeting, : will be in
cnarge or tne program. 1
The service is a part of the
Perquimans County observance
of the Carolina Charter Tercen
tenary and is of -particular sig
nificance because it will be held
at Phelps Point, where a Quak
er preacher, William Edmundson,
held ' in 1672 the first religious
service in Proprietary Carolina.
Since that time Friends have
played an important part in the
history of the Albemarle and.
especially in Perquimans Coun
ty, where there are two monthly
Other activities planned by the
Perquimans County Tercentenary
Committee include a display of
many historical papers and ob
jects never before exhibited, to
be held in the Hertford Hotel
from Friday noon, April 19, to
Sunday, April 21.
A walking tour of Hertford is
the Chamber of
Dan R. Winslow, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Winslow of Win-
...ill U.' ' v - . -
. .Carolina College, was recognized SDOnsorerf hv
at the ECC College Senior Class Commerce for April 19 through
oanquet on &auiroay, Marcn ifu. Sunday. April 21.
as a class member who has-es-l A colonial fish fry 'will he
iaHl .qHaJ rwiitc4aru4inrr' ataAnnit ' 1 i . 4 a
Home bmpnstra'tion ; Clubs, the ' ZZ" Pfa oy miw. ,coun.y t-n
cM,i. ,h. FiiTa recoras tne college. Clubs an the Court House lawn
EST 'X SUe Com' Winsl0W was 8 of on Saturday. April 20, from 5 to
ilkbibtemed he DePartment o Sh award 7 P. M. and a court room drama
.U1A during the banquet " depicting the first 100 years of
r"ZtriZ iore H raduate of Penuim- Perquimans County history will
jS&:lJ-mmaM M tin to Jiven in the Court House at
April 10. t-ome to pe iair Dresent time he i nraetiein f.tn n c. 1 n
. ;-1;. ' . . . - - o 1 .uu f , m. . oaiiuuat nym uHt
V . ' 1 L .J'Vr . . i -. ' ) . Iteachinir at Hriftnn tUtrh 9Srhnn1 mi d v j ai tt l .
, ---"o . a nc ncv. r 1 era 01111 vi uir nn i-".
34 1L.T 9 1 ' ; . . .L . . - -".
,wruion, 4 y. . n "rTTT? MghftUGt Church. -will tilny-
icn semester - the
the DeariTt 'tisi' each
,'i",t . . 1 : m -.
J. '.the role 6f j Reorge Duran1i,ji-
lit , -
'"The April term of Perquirrt-
ains County Superior Court will
convene here- Monday morning,
April 15, with Judge Elbert S.
Peele, Jr.i,;f.y WiHiamston pre
siding over,',ijthe mixed term of
criminal and.civil court,, .
Nineteen crinilnal cases are for(j
on the aocKor. as preparea Dy
since entering ECC and Is eiigi- bneer settler of the Albemarle'
jble for a $1,200 scholarship p to and rrpll- ,, Berry will acr as'
be applied on' his naster degree. Miles HarVey,, clerk of the court. 1
'(which will be iMychctogy'-'Htf'The drama wUl have total'east
pians w ; remain i ia ana of . over 30, persons, and win be
work' on his master's next fall. ! directed.. by.,. JL-L. Avdlett. Jr..
Ann I lh TiAniilinp
Rotary Exchange Student at- Or .Nominations
tending college at Atlantic Chris- In Teenager Contest
nan onege, spoKe to tne ert-
exeoutiye manager of the. Per ,
quimans County Chamber - of
Rotary Club here Tuesday
night relating events of interest
Jarvis WattV Clerk or court. l She has exnerienced. She related
Johnny M. Winslow, chairman
of the Teenager of the Year
AwarH. . reminds thp. nnhlin tiiat :
They are as follows: .various features of her native the deadline for submitting, in- .
Clarence . -. Edward . .. . Twiford,. country and eave her-imbression' fcirmatlnn nn returning nnmint..
",.If"W'wv"""-' 01 xne uniiea "sta
iTPS On ner Br.rhnns' tlAnril IS . Nnmindtinnc.
of Marion. S. Swindell, and rfval and .her yviSwU our econ-'iftdsl fc retMnMj to' Mr. WtoT
perator's license. . : , . : lomy and lis affects on our peo- low by this.dat.. .
pie; She compared the countries ...j The ITelgefl b4 e' Vea
Elijah 'frivott,,,; forgery
abet said forgery, ;
'! Emmett ' J. V Riddick, forgery,
aid and abet in said forgwy.,V
Charlie Frank .Holly, . forgeryv
aid and abet in said forgery.
!J David : Lee . Jordan, forgery,
aid and ebet in, said forgery. .t
Henry Parker. Layden, arivmg
luence , of . intoxicating
liquor. : v
Cleveland Sutton, , breakmg,
entering and larceny and George
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and various other aspects. She the Hertford Jaycees. Oualifl-
thanked the Rotarians for the1, cations of Eligible candidates are
oppbi'tunity ! -to study; in -this j ages 13-19 arid!,' must reside in,
country. ' ' '.: " , . '' i ; I Perquimans' County. . , , ' ,
; Mr; end ' Mrs. Tom Kartell,
owners of Cannon Cleaners here,
and- George W. James, Jr.,
cleaner and spotter for the com
pany, i attended the National lii-
stitute of Dry Cleaning Conven
tion and (Bdiibit in Washington,
D -Ci ov$r the week-end. ' Ma-
chinerrv-and , supplies were ex-
hAited: t the ft C. Armory. ;
Mrs. Harrell "also attended e
lecture ahd demonstration on
Fabrio Rules Fashion", by Dr.
Dorothy ' Li e, Director of ' Con-;
sumer. Relations. "' '
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PTA Meets April U .
The Hertford Grammar School
PTA will hold its final .meeting
of v the school . year Thursday
nigHt April 11, at 8 o'clock in
the school auditorium.'. '
. The devotion .will be given by
Mrs. Fred Still and the program
i here Wednesday-will fconalst of t summary of the
1 in each town..!.:?
' -1 been n&ned
' 2 work. -
years achievements, , . , . ,
A eosial hour will foltowjthe
meeting ''"'',,.', '
Apru 2 'HK.;; ':- ;
Masonic Lodge ; ;
' Parkville Ruritan
, Rotary Club, 8:15
iiRev. p'M-iPorter j : t
April 3 ; "
David Scaff ' 'tW
Lions Club, B:4f x
P.CH.S. PTA,V 8 O'clock '
j. P. Chesson,' Sr. '
AprU 8 "-
Mrs. colon Jackson
Mary s. Winslow; :r:
. Karl Eure
Dot Brewer , -Bonnie
AprU 7 up:0: ?;h
; No birthdays
Hertford Town Council .,
Anderson Methodist Men
First Methodist WSCS ;
,Odus Mansfield ' "
Phil Woodell ,
Ways EHscussed For Improving
Albemarle Market Hog Show:
On Tuesday night, April 2, a The second item was, since
meeting was held in the Hertford No. 2 animals cannot be shown
Cafe to discuss ways of improv-j that these hogs be penned in
ing the Albemarle Area Market , lots when they are entered. ' Al
Hog Show. The group was made I so the Number 1 pigs that are
up of men who helped during grouped with Number 2 pigs may
the Show and sale on March 6
Those present ; were: George
Lewis, Roy S. Chappell, Thur
man Whedbee, Harry Lee Wins
low, C. T. Rogerson, Jr., Estes
Copeland, Norman Brickhouse,
Savage, Jolljff, Jimmy pwnley,
Preston .Nixon, . Larry Aydlett,
It.! R. M. .Thompson and Rich
ard Bryant. Others who helped'
during the show who could' not.
attend were T. R Kirby, Ken
neth Miller, j Walter s Umphlett, i
Thomas E. Chappell, Floyd Math
ews and Marvin,. Caddy. r' .'
The,; group disctssed the fol
lowing items that may help in
speeding- up the entering of
hogs. : The first'' item was that
a person entering hogs should
have the animals . he intends; to
show picked put prior to bring
ing them to" the show; The'rea
soning behind this was that hav
ing to pick out show hogs at
the scales ties up too many men
and an excess of time. This
procedure also lies up the scales.
one of the biggest bottlenecks
during preparation for the show.
also be penned in lots as they
are entered. . This, it was felt
would be a big help in loading
out the hogs after the sale.
It was also , decided ' by the
group that teams pf three people
should be " assigned to each of
the hog buying stations to tag,
weigh and enter the hogs. These. .
animals will not he graded until
they reach the grader. . ? ,
The last thing the group disi
cussed Was the weights of hogs
to be shown.' The group decid
ed to leave 'the weights at 180
to' 230 pounds... . -
The Show and sale has been
set by the Agricultural Commit
tee of the Albemarle Area De
velopment Association for Feb
ruary 12, 1964. v The Show and
Sale this year was sponsored by
the Perquimans County Board
of Commissioners, the Hertford
Town Council and the Perquim
ans County Chamber of : Com
merce. . The ; ; groups expressed
then thanks to these orsaniza;
tions. i Without . their help r
not have '
1 Cale c