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HcrtfordTPerquimans County, North; Carolina, Friday, April 19, 1963.
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Robert HollcwelL chairinan of
e Medical Investigation Com -
the Medical Investigation
mittee of .the Perquimans County,
Chamber 6f Commerce, an-
. nounced today that the survey
conducted by the Sears-Roebuck.
Foundation for- , Perquimans
County is ' completed, and has
been returned te the Chamber
office. , ,v p ; .s
The results were presented to
the committee at a meeting held
Monday night, April 15. At that
time it , was suggested that Nor
man Davis, director; of medical
programs for the Foundation; be
invited , to discuss " at an ' open
meeting; . ,what 'itaps this area
should take from this point to
wards obtaining a .medical ser
vice facilities for1 the : public. At
this meeting it was learned that
the property needed for this pro
ject had been donated by an in
terested ',' individual within . the
county1, i v " , ( ' ' .
' The results of the survey are
as follows: ' (
; ' -Population , Competition ,s.
Hertford is in Uie northeast
part of ' North Carolina. ' The
principal economy is agriculture
and industry. The religious de
nominations consist 'of ' Presby
terian, Episcopal, Methodist and
, 14 of .the population is over
60. - - ,
' 22 of the. population is be
tween 40 and 59.,: " , ;; vt -
. : 22 of the population is be
teween 21 and 39. . ' "
' :42. of the population is un
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R. ' 1af iQ,RiddtO. rPi-i
quimail Cv) j, ijenj
Director, has -been added to the
Hertford ' Advisory "Board of
: Pe6pleS BShk". J 7 '";"; J"
, Riddick' Is ' the ! son , of R. k
Riddick, Jr.'.jichairman' of the lo
cal ' board land ; executive Vice
president of peoples Bank here.
, ;The, Hertford ' Advisory Board
consists of R. M Riddick, Jr.,
Chairman; R. L. Stevenson, sec
retary; J. W. Ward, R. L. Hol
lowell Charles E. Johnson, V. N
Darden, W. H. Oakey, Jr., Harry
.W. Winslow, T, p Byrum and
t he new - member, R. Marion Rid
Mrs. Brinn Guest 01
- .TbA New1 Hope Commuhlty
Development meeting will , be
held at the Ne Hope Communn'
ty Building Monday night," April
22, at 8 o'clock. . 1 ' '
:'. Mn.'T. P Brinn will be spe
cial guest and will be in charge
of the program. ' The topip will
be Mental Health. " As this is a
very important ; meeiingi the
president of the Community De
velopment group, Fenton Eure,
urges everyone to put forth a
special effort to attend.
Former lcnl Resident Enioys
Mrs. Alice T. Owens, former
ly, of- Hertford, now . living in
Georgia, . recuperating - at her
home at" Wrightsville, Ga.,! writes
that she has had an opportun
ity to ,do more , reading than
usual and has received a "copy
of - "North Carolina Lives" The
Tar Heel Who's o fr 1962,
and has thoroughly enj-yei read
ing the many.- tiocrrhics an"
viewing the nl
book' la 'which
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At PTA fating
Mrs. R. ' S. Monds, Jr., vice
president of the .North. Carolina
Congress of Parents and Teach
ers, will " lead discussions in
Ashewifle April 23-25 for the
43rd annual- convention of '. the
North Carolina Congress of Par
ents and Teachers. ' More than
1,00ft ; people from over the state
are expected to attend the- con
vention. "tHZ: t:;:i:f"-:-r:'''X
Mrs. Harvey S. Godwin, presi
dent, . has announced the theme
for the convention will be 'Our
Children's Outlook A Global
Highlignts will be a message
from Mrs; Godwin, the keynote
address by. Mrs! Ralph W. Frost
of Knoxville. National Congress
of Parents" , and Teachers repre
sentative, and addresses by Dr.
Oliver J. Caldwell, acting U. S.
Associate Commissioner .' for In
ternational , Education; Dr. Kath
erine Bain of the U. S. Depart
ment of Health, Education and
Welfare, ' and Dr. John Furbay,
director of Global Education
Leading discussions will be
Msr, . .R. ' S. ; Monds," Jr.. vice
president of the State Congress;
Mrs. i. Felix Barker ot. Raleigh;
Miss Patsy Montague of Lenoir
Rhyne College; Dn, William Ar
chie of the Board of Higher
-1Educatlin,:,,and 'Dr. 'Raymond
Stone of the N. C, Curriculum
Studv and Research. ,sr
' rnecifcl,. rftnnp-s a Jnrp.?l(nt's
tea.;" diictpar and, W
jjHttet Thursday evening. round
fd&fttyesjtj Jhg, threjj-dav meej-.
Typing Bcc2rt;" r;?.
DrT Ben Posner, former world's
typewriting champion, 1 world's
open-portable, t ypewriting ', con
test runner-up' and holder, of a
world's professional contest rate
of 128 net 5-troke words per
minute for one solid hour of
typewriting, demonstrated his
extraordinary talents in the Per
quimans t High School audiorju'm
recently J ,1, . . . ' 'v; ' I " '1 ,
Dr, Posner is deputy assistant
director pf the tJnitedlStateA-
'formation Agency,'. wHich oper-
ates tbew,oice - of America. He
holds the highest award : given
by a federal , agency for. .out
standing seryide the Federal
pistinguishe,d . Service; iedal. 'f
V As, ah. educator, Dr. Posner
has taught , high school typewrit
ing, had given thousands of in
structional . derrtonstrations, and
is "now part time professor of
public Administration from the
American University of Wash
ington,. D. c. " 'jtvV'.'i rxy&z-
siding . elsewhere: - ,
. .Josiah Smith Babb Insurance
executive, Raleigh.. , . t , --
Allan Baker Bonner Dentist
and civic Header, Hertford. ?
Luther Hobspn Butlers-dentist,
president of Dental Society,
" Jack (John) Rawlings Ed
wards Lawyer, political ind
civic leader,' Greenville. ' :
Emily Gregory Gilliam Gary
(Mrs. Frederick ' S. ' M). Edu
cator,' cultural leader, . preserva
tionist, Halifax. , .
Fhilip Sidney McMullan Cpr
portation' official Edenton. : "
i' Edwin Fountain1' Moseley
a: -at j.::.
vi G.. r.),
Towe CMrs. Mel-
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' The Clean-up Campaign being
conducted by . the Perquimans
County Chamber of Commerce
and supported by . the Town of
Hertford is completing its first
of four consecutive Weeks.
Dates - for this year's clean-up
campaign began, on April .12 and
will run 'one full' month through
May 10. . The' Tew'of Hertford
has offered cash -awards through
the ;. Chamber, of .Commerce of
$12 per week to the individual
making ', the greatest improve
ments of his ! property and $10
for an over-all ;wiiher.; "v;;;? r
Score sheets ''fof this purpose
are available 'yjriigh the mer-
cnams ana . at.'wijr namoer oi
fice. TheV score eheetit art to be
participating in this program and
ree turned to the Chamber office
by 12 o'clock noon on Friday of
the week competing. . . S''-)
.'Point system'; for1 the clean-up;
campaign follows:: , . f
Yards sown; per 5 pounds of
grass seed, 1 point; Walks trim
med, per 10 feet J point; curb
trimmed, per 10 feet, 1 point;
houses painted (whole i or part),
per gallon, 10 points; fences con
structed.; 10 ipoihfsj fences paint
ed, 5 pomte; . wrice4, Repaired. 5
point; ; oldbuiidihg ' razed, 25
points; shrubs "planted, 2 points
per bush; dead trees removed,
10 points; stumps dug up, 5
points;' garbage cans . enclosed,
5 points, per can; other improve
ments at discretion of Judges.
: The.ttwO ' tetanus, immunization
clinjca being' ; ap&nsored by , the
(brd'Jajtee re jail senior. Wed
nesday, .fMayMi ".' at 6:30 o'clock
to 9:30 and , will be held in the
Wmf all -Community ..Building.
The second tUrtic
and Hertford Jaycees join the
Perauimans County Medical So
ciety in urging all persons, ages
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j Betsy Ba.rhee,wnv4op:prvors,
ip a. countyJypewTiting.iiContest
hejd t ,Pemuiniawi?l fwgh , penpp)
on .Mafc. isv Mt.ipq non-
testants jRjss fybee ana Ktjren
., Participants ,:in,;the - contest
were. jtested v'pj 4 eu-: perjtorm;'
ance ; Jn f ,Umeo,writng.stetter
' A .mAkHnt.'AnH 'A-ApWlf.AllA-. will
bfe -awarded -fiteis j.fe; her high!
placement mo.CQnies. ,
Both " Betsy a( iand ; Irene Will
represent Perquimans County in
the district contest to he held at
East Carolina College on April
25th. ,v ; -?',;,i'.M."s j;.;;.V:'':- -;
The . Woman's ; Society of
Christian Service of the Hrit
Methodist Church of Hertford
needs Gold Bond - tampa vali
dated eovejrs and donation cer
tificates to obtain new kitchen
equipment. . 4
,Mail or deliver' to Mrs. Elton
Hurdle, Route .1.; Hertford, ot
call 426-7520 f otr pickup. -'4
A Look Backward
A Fan I Tb rrtBiM .
r V(-lr ru ef Tetterjrwtr. 'l ; '
Two Stiansera Hld For In-
vesication: Judge Oakey wants
to chepk, Up on, their story J'
Two young whjte men who gave
their names as Steve Casper and
Richard Stratcnbcrger, and their
place of resi 'i.-nce as Dayton,
Ohio, are held' in Jail", pending
investigation ana a cnecK-up on
the story told by the young men '
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in Rcfrder's Court on Tuesday ,
' when t: zy p
J gu.: y to at-1
y. Judge Orkey
t'.e i r held. In j ,1
r 1 i -nt until next
Fdur Sods n:cuncil In
Lgcc! Ebcticn April 29th
A slate of candidates is rap- posed by Emmett Landing. Two
idly shaping up for the mayor's former board members. W. A.
chab and the four seats on the (Billy) White and Henry C. Sul-
local Town Board of Commis- livan, are seeking re-electtion as
sioners. Apnr 18 is the aeaa-
line for filing for mayor1 and
commissioners. , ,
Interest in .town politics
reached a new high peak here
this week when more candidates
filed for office? as commission-
ers. Registration for the elec
tion, however, is moving along
at a snail's pace. . ; . I
.Wedneesday the political
scene 'was still warming up.
However, there were no new
hats in the ring for thjs day. '
To date, seeking offices in the
approaching Hertford town elec
tion is Mayor V. N. Darden,
seeking re-election. ' He is op-
Miss Betsy jfcjarbee, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bar
bee of Hertford, a senior stu
dent at Perquimans County High
School, is in Norfolk this week
where she is acting as maid of
honor during the annual Inter
national Azalea Festival celebra
tion. '.. . .
This is the 10th . anniversary
celebration in Norfolk; it . began
Monday, April 15, and will . last
through Sunday, April 21. .
! All copy and adTtrlislna
copy! mini ib in the Percruimans
Weekly- office hbi later than 3
U M. 'on Tuesdays for1 publica-
on inursdays ' ot eacn week.
necessary that this dead-
ne be ' rememtMed in order
4haf you may be assured that
four news and advertising will
U I .1. . I M- !
in mi issue louewing youx
Betsy iterbee Is
release. ? Kaymond Lane, Jr.
There is no exceptions to this j NOW III Far East
rule. By having IhU deadline Marine Gunnery Sergeant Ray
the papers will be mailed earlier mnH K r,.. Jr son f Mr.
and you .will receive it on time,
We ask your cooperation.
Dr. Louise Sutton
Speaker For PTA
it Dr. Louise N;. Sutton, a native
6i Hertford . and currently head
of ! .the :Solence Department of
Elizabeth ; City State , Teachers.
Go'HegeiVwiU': address; the; King
Street PTJA Monday night, April
22, at 8 o'clock in the' activity
..Dr. Sutton's ? topic will be
."Automation Its- Meaning and
Implications.' i J
'The 'public is cordially . invited
to attend. ' ; . f
Verna Ann Perry Is Selected
High School Student Of Month
Verna Ann Perry, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood. H. Perry
of Route 2 Hertford;' was se
lected ' as .the Student of the
Month from Perquimans County
High) School for the 1 month of
February. , ' . ;.
Verna Ana was: entertained by
the Hertford' Rotary Club this
month. ; The club in cooperation
with the Perquimans , . County
High' School, sponsors the .unique
improvement contest; for-' stu-
dent during . the school - year.
Winners of the monthly contest
are- selected upon five basic re
quirements, . tenacity j self-improvement,
' scholarship,-; school
spirit and participation in school
activities. The. student selected
each fonth is . then, a dinner
guest' at a Rotary meeting, v ,'
Verna Ann Perry, selected as
the Student of the Month for
February, is a senior. She was'
Miss PCHS"! fdr 1963'
101 J 1 J H ;ATi4 .
ot bum was soicvi ih(ii uhuibicv. ..,.
of , 13 student -contestants. She 1 Miss, Perry frepresented
is a . member of the Student
Council, having served for the
past three years. A member of
the Beta Club for tH. past two
years, member of. the Future
flomemr'-ers of America for1 the f
commissioners, xwo oiners, a.
W.'Hefren and Romert L. (Bob'
jHollowell, did not seek re-elec-
i tion. -
Five new hats are in the ring,
i The five new candidates that
.have filed for the four com
missioner seats are W. F. Ains
ley, John Beers, J. W. Dillon,
C. C. Winslow . and Erie Haste.
Jr. . There are four seats avail
able and seven candidates seek
ing a seat on the Hertford Town
The mounting interest is on
the increase with candidates and
is arousing interest in many ci
tizens of the town.
Sixty residents of Perquimans
County were, drawn to serve as
jurors for a special term of Su
perior Court in Dare County,
which convenes on Monday,
April 29. They are:
James P. Jordan, W. E. Lane,
Jr., Willis Roy Baccus. Carlton
H. Owens, Oscar William Jones,
Carl W. Lewis, . Leroy Banks,
William L.. Sawyer, Jr., Luther
Dv : Turner, i Jr. Andrew Moore,
Clinton T. Eley, John' C. White,
3tl, H. R. Miller, ' C. Frank
,TJnch, Lucious t E. Butt;. Leslie
Narron,i - Lmwood ,;Harrell.
Qjenry Frank Wrd, Blount Eure,
James T. Moore, William Leroy
'jJaTTib-WiHiam fl?- Armstrong,
rftpWf.'t-!W ,iJk.4.''W.'Ui !! IM ho TH.rniintvHfi.
dick. ?Urenqe C, ChaPpelI.r,Jr,"- " ;7:"
Kichard E...Mathewsn Calvin C.
Godfrey, . Edgar-. .W-.,. Roberson,
Ralph, Lay den. . Floyd -Stallmgs,
I.' R.,.Jtogerson,r Jr. - Matt riM.
Spivey. Jr., Leslie. -jGregory.j G.
Tj .Featherstone, Kenneth Roun
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and Mrs. R. K. Lane of Hertford,
serving with the Third Battalion,
Seventh Marine Regiment of the
First Marine Division, departed
March 14 aboard the destroyer
escort .; USS Mitchell for ,13
manjths with the Third Marine
Division in. Okinawa and the
Far East ' :
Upon ''arriving in Okinawa the
' unit will
ue reoesignaiea wie
First Battalion of the Ninth Ma
The unit transfer is part ; of
the system designed to keep the
Okinawa-based division an ef
fectives part of the natibln's
"force-in-readiness." . i . ;
past four years, a member of the
Annual staff for . the past ; two
years. .She has.' served as a
marshal for the past, four years.
In order to serve as - a marshal, 1
a student nas. to aorueve . tne
highest average in- the class for
...ne .... 7
quimans County at Girls State
in Greensboro for one week last
summer. She plans upon gradu
ation'' -from .Perquimans High
School this year to enter nurses'
- " t
I7n First Place
In District Contest
Becky Felton and Carolyn
Rogerson, . affirmative debaters
from Perquimans ; High School,
won first' place debating honors
in the Northeastern District
Tournament of the North Caro
lina High School Debating
Union. In the tournament held
at East Carolina College on
April ' 11 , the Perquimans affir
mative debating team competed
against , five high school teams
including teams from Scotland
Neck, ' Rocky' Mount, Roanoke
Rapids, Richlands and Bath.
In winning the contest Becky
and Carolyn became eligible to
represent Perquimans High at
the Northeastern District in
state-wide competition to be con
ducted at the University of
North Carolina' this week-end
Debaters who participated in
this speaking competition are
judged on their ability to gather,
organize and present material
on a resolution. This year's reo-
slution was: Resolved "That the
United States should promote a
common market for the Western
Hemisphere." Debaters are also
judged on their ability to clash
expertly with the ideas of oth
The debaters were judged by
professors selected from the
East Carolina faculty. The
judges were asked to judge the
contestants on the content, the
structure., the language and the
delivery of each individual pre
sentation. Each debater is rep
resented on a point system which
allows each speaker a maximum
of . 25 points. The Perquimans
debaters scored a total of 205
points in the five debates in
Which they participated. Oppo
nent debaters scored 202.5 points.
1 Accompanying: the debaters to
Greenville were Mrs. Fenton
Britt,'- faculty sponsor of foren
sics, and Fevry. Monds and Mary
Lee Newby .: the negative debat
ers whtfiwere defeated by -only
ates he' .Vat Edenton previously.
Erie Haste, Jr.,
Puts Hatln Ring
Erie Haste, Jr., : with the
Hertford Hardware tt Supply
Company, of which he is secre
tary and treasurer, tossed his hat
in the political jring here today
for a seat on the Hertford Town
Board, '-. .;'. :'
Haste is a - past president of
the Hertford Rotary Club. He
attended 'the University of North
Carolina for four years. He is
a member of the Holy trinity
Episcopal Church. A past iecre
Jary and treasurer of the Per
quimans ' Chamber of Commerce
and' is' present treasurer of the
Industrial Commercial Develop
ment ' Corporation, which is a
local corporation solaly owned
bv' residents of Perauimans
Chamber of Commerce Dir.
Rotary Club, 6:15
Donald Lee Eure '
1 Ronald Lee Eure
. Durants Neck Ruritan
Nelson J. Smith
April 18 .
BPW Dinnef ,i . ,
: Lions.-Clubr 6:45 - -
, Debbie Cherrix
Helen M. Murray
, Joseph Layden, Jr.
Philip Thach, Sr.
Mrs. J. C- Blanchard
Douglas Coleman '
April 21 J t 1
Eugenia Lohg , ..' ,
- J. Luther Winslow '
Horace Cahoon ' '
Eva Iner White ' ,'
. Marshall Owens .. '
List Of Events
Here For Obsorvsnte Of
March Of Oimss
Mrs. John G. Beers, who ac
cepted the appointment of cam
paign director of the 25th anni
versary of March of Dimes in
Perquimans County last Janu
ary, announced this week that
a total of $1,128.69 was collected
in Perquimans County by vol
unteers who battled the worst
campaigning weather in years to
carry out the 1963 March of
Dimes. Despite the severe
weather and much, illness in the
county during tne drive, it ap
pears from the returns that thejDurant and showing first jus
1963 March of Dimes has equal- tices of the peace commissions.
ed if not over-subscribed last
year s returns.
Mrs. Beers says that she feels
sure that the increased volun
teer interest and chapter activ
ity in this year's campaign re
flects growing public under
standing of what the March of
Continued on Pa?e Five
Cecil C. Winslow, vice presi
dent of the Winslow-Blanchard
Motor. Company, entered the
Hertford town munxipal race
here' this week, filing for a seat
as a Commissioner.
Mr. Winslow has long been
active in civic affairs in Per
quimans County.' Ha i a mem
ber of the Perquimans Masonic
Lodge, of which he is a' past
master. A past secretary for. the
lodge, a job he held for a num
ber of years. He has been ac
tive in the Eastern Star, serving
as Fast wortrgr-patroil. Te tisjfi
Shriner and' fcasieeB rquUrif
ans County chairman" of the
(7. C. Automobile Dealers Asso
ciation. Dillon Files For
J. W. "Dill" Dillon, manager
of the W. M.; Morgan Funvrure
Company, has filed as a candi-
date for a seat on the Hertford
Town Board, subject to the
April 29th primary election.
Dillon is a member of the
ficial board of the First Metho-
disi Church. He is treasurer of
the church building fund, also a
member of the local draft board
and an active member of the
Committee of , the
Chamber of Com-
merce. . .
He is married to the former
Blanche Moore Berry, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Berry.
She is a teacher in the Perquim-
ans School. The couple has two
children. Jay, Jr U and Jan. 9.
Perquimans Indians End Long
Streak Of Shut-out Victories
The Perquimans High School
baseball team, after an unprece
dented run of shutting out its
opposition for eight straight
games, allowed Elizabeth City
two runs in the" game Tuesday
afternoon at the ' Perquimans
Memorial Field. .
The Indians still won a well
played game by a score of 3 to 2,
making twice Elizabeth City has
been defeated by Perquimans in,
successive days. Local baseball
followers state that they believe
eight straight , regulation games
without allowing a run by the
opposition must be a record that
will stand for' a long time.
The Perquimans" Indians" gain
ed a three to two victory over
the Elizabeth City: Yellow Jack
ets yesterday. In closely con
tested gme j the Jndians came
from behind in the third inking
to tie the game two to two. In
the eighth inning the Indians
scored the winning run. '
April 19-21Historical exhibit
at aid Hertford Hotel open as
follows: , r :.
April 193 to 6 P. M., especi
ally for school children.
April 209 to 6 P. M.
April 21 Immediately folior
ing the religious service at Ed-mundson-Fox
April 20 Colonial fjsh fry on
Court House lawn. Sponsored
by county 4-H, Clubs. Tickets
are now on sale.
April 20 Court room drama,
7:30 P. M., with the Hon. Fran
cis E. Winslow, chairman of the
North' Carolina Tercentenary
Commission, presiding. "Per- .
quimans' First Hundred Years." 4
This drama will depict outstand-
' ing episodes in the life of the
early settlers, beginning with the
deed from Kilcocanen to George
apprenticing of very young chil
dren as .servants, marriage
bonds, the beginnings of the
Town of Hertford and other im
portant happenings during the
first hundred years of Perquim
. April 212:30 P. M., Society
of Friends religious service at
Phelps Point. The Rev. Seth B.
Hinshaw, executive secretary of
the North Carolina Yearly Meet
ing of Friends, will speak. In
case of rain the service will be
held in the Court House.
April 19-21 Walking tours of
Hertford. The program for this
tour is available at the Chamber
of Commerce office or at the
historical exhibit at the Hert
ord Hotel. The homes of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter G. Edwards
r Continued on Page Five
The AdHI term of Perauimam
ftppunty, Superior Court cori fc.
cened here Tuesday, morning av
'er being in recess for the Ea2
W holiday on Monday, withi
Tudge Elbert S. Peele, Jr., of."
Williamston presiding over the ,
mixed term of criminal and civil
Nineteen criminal cases are on
the docket and five civil cases.
James A. Smith, charged with'
larceny of a hog, the property of
Sterling Colson, pleaded guilty.
It was ordered by the court that
j the defendant be. confined to the
county' jail for" 'a period of ninfel
months, to, be -assigqed, -work;;
'the roa'ds under the direction of
the State Highway and Public
of-(Works Commission. The sen- , v
tence to be suspended upon con-
j dition that Smith pay a fine of
$100, costs of court and be
placed oh probation for two
years, and the further condition
that he pay $5.00 for the use of
Henry Parker Layden, charg
ed with driving under the in
fluence of intoxicating liquor,
was found, not guilty.
A divorce was granted Re
becca D. White vs. James
Elizabeth City opened the
game with first inning scoring
action. Glenn Sivills gained
first on an Indian error and then
advanced to second on, a sacri
fice play at first. Gary Hesa
drove a triple deep into right
field to score Sivills, Hess tal
lied on a fielder's choice. . i ;
(The Indians had to wait until
the bottom of . the' third inning
to catch , the -..leading Yellow
Jackets. John Stallings drew a
walk to start the Perquimans
scoring move. Freddie Combs
doubled into center' field to ad
vance Stallings to third. Wayne ,
Winslow scored both Stallings
and ' Combs .with his double to .
In the eighth -jlnning George
Winslow tapped a single into
right field and. advanced to sec
6nd on Stokf'y'tf single.1 John
Stallings also singled to advance
Winslow. -V" islo .' .scored the
winning ru a r -i ball.