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Every day, In many ways, the
Red Cross of PerquimansCGun
ty is serving its residents. A.,
W. Hudson, ' chairman of' the
' Perquimans County Chapter, re
ports that in the blood; program
alone, the residents of Perquim--ans
' County are being saved
thousands of dollars per year.
Whole blood and blood deriva
ties are used In serious .surgery,"
injuries and illnesses. Red Cross
t ' blood Used ,in Perquimans Coun-
: ry or Dy ru? resiuenis nas. peen:
1959. ,,173 pints; : 1959-60 214;
1960-61,- 260; 1961-62, 216 and
the last half of 1972, 37 pints,
Thtf total fqr this period is, 899
pintsoi- Red , Cross . blood. If
comnared with 'j Commercial i
prices, this means that' the 'res!
dents -Mf -Perquimans County
have ' been saved during this
. period1' total -of : $22,475 -or- an
average of $3,818 per year, i r;
Additionally,' there .have been
used , blood derivaties, many i of
which cost Red Crass' large sums
- of '.money, on which there is not
woed immediate ' breakdowns '',As
you can see from the above, , last ,
., year".in whole blood alone; . the
residents used ., free of . charge
i $5,400 "worth' of blood, and'dur
in'g : the same; period, donated to
, Red Cross $1,039.. In this one
program the residents had a re
tiA'ii. .of . 481', on ther- invest
-'M.5-', Hudson' further .'"reports
thatt the: Red: Cross, fund aip-
, pa'ign 1s' doing -pobrljr this year
with "less-than $350 "being do
, Continued on Past flaw ;
I I I -it-' I. :'.
lhe tvev, Andrew Mcocrnud,
a missionary to India, will, be
' th main speaker -at a mission
ary service on Sunday May 12,
at the Hertford "' Assemblies of
God Church in the morning at
'11 o'clock and in the evening at
7:30 o'clock. '
During their 10 years serVicfe
in India, the Rev. -and Mrs. Mc-
Dearmid have been engaged in
- radio, work, the production and
. translation of literature,' and' in
building and conducting the
Lucknow Revival, Center. They
; are 4n tl United States for a
V V year of further study in prepafa
tion to teaching in 'one of the
five Assemblies s of God Bible
' Schools upon their return to In
.dia in the ner future. , ,
Mr. McDearmid will-' show? a
color film of Hindu and Moslem
worship ' and of the Assemblies
of God missionary work . in
The public is cordially " invit
ed to attend, it Was announced
br the Rev. - Albert Eller, the
pastor. , ,' j
Specl C;rvicc3 i .
. The Rev. F. I I Andrews, pas
tor of .the First' Baptist Church,
hps announced a s. ecial service
to te held on
during the 11 oV j
oring all moV fS'
A special tiL-.a
en to the mot - i.
asked b pit U.
The service e " '.
Godly 11. "..or la
,k hoi r hon
at tf'is ser-
v 111 be giv
t wii beA
Governor Cirrus Charter
Using a quill pen of lhe colonial period. Governor Tiry, San
ford signed the charter of North Carolina's Historic : Coaslland
Trail Association at the first meeting of the board of directors of
the new travel development organisation, at Greenville April 22.
Also signing was Chairman Charles B. Wade, Jr., of the Adveclu-
vw!u w uqwunn
Standing, left to right:
president; Mrs. Lucille
lce prasldentf Glenn Tucker, Carolina Beachvice president, and
rrof. W. K. Dorsay of Wilmington
laiul - Trail ornnnlMifniY r-nmmittn.
t,h new. travel development organization at Greenwille April 22.
At Cpr? Perry
Boy Scout Troop 155 with five
other troops, spent the week-end
camping May 3-5 at Camp Per
ry. The troop was under the
leadership of Scoutmasters Mar
vin Simpson and John rWard,
Ram Tnnd an4 Edward Simrvson.
Troop 155 - won 4op i honors I
over all- othef troop m'the8 per-
sonal fitness . contest. Kent In- low, vice president; Nancy Mat
scoe won the 5.0-yard dash in thewSJ secretary; Mary "Barbee,
6.4 ' seconds, breaking the previ-' treasurer; Reggie - Webbi ' serge
ous record se by Edenton., He ant-at-arfs, and Carclvn Long; ;
also' won the chin-ups: His. rec-1 ; Elected: as ; yafrsfty cheerlead
ord Was 20. Out of five vents era were .Rachel Bass, Nancy
Troop 155 ; won three of. these. I Bateman, Diana McDonnell, Hel
A blue ribbon tVas" awarded by en Overton, ' Judy Reed, Connie
Norman Stalluigs, for best f amp Sawyer, Ann White, Brenda By-
w -Assistant, Scoutmaster 5ohn4
Ward was tanned into the Order,
of UeArjow on-Saturday night,
with other Scout mem
Kers. " . ;
& l ' a a . . . " n
4-6cout Douglas Benton was ire
jared during the encampment. .
f At, , 4h rooiiln I mnptin "nf
Troop 155 held Monday nfght of
WHir th. fniinwinff spninr
Scodts-were made instructors.
Personal fitness, Kent Inscoe,
WelUe Taylor and Charies Rog-
ert. Camping: Andy Kogerson
and Lee Tunnell. First aid, Fred cnange- ine eiemion nau rSys
Murray ' " ' item to demerit system,, the
Any boys in Perquimans wish- amendment to charge a 75-cent
ing to become a Scout are re- entertainment fee at the begm
m,WH tn intact John Ward nmg of each school year, and
or Marvin Simpson in Hertford,
, Mary Beth Hurdle has been
selected i as editor of the Per-
qquimans High School news
paper; 'the "Per-Co-Hi-Tattler.';
Miss , Hurdle assumes her duttes
immediately 'and will be, re-
spohsible for this year's final
edition .,of; the newspaper." '
Mary , Beth, a rising senior, is
active in organizational and ath
letic activities at PCHS. In ad
dition to being a member of the
girls" basketball team, she is (
president of ; the girls' Letter I
Club and a member of the Stu
dent Council. ' She is also active
in 4-H and community , activi
ties, j" , 1 1
She brings with her newspaper
experience gained as' -assistant
editor of the past year paper,
4 . s ' . 'i. ; K. ,!
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One More Week
ForFix-Uii Drive t:
There were no significant ap
plications turned, in to "I the
Chamber of Commerce for the
third week . of the Clean-up'
Campaign. .There is only one
fmore iweek . and
the ' over-all )
wpiher eyard "will be pro-rated
on the basis of the participation
since there is onty ' possibility
of a third winner: :. '
Verri Perry Leader ,
In Frcr.di Tcct ., -
, Vema''Ann Perry, placed first
on'aj Fcench test, ftdmhiiutored to
four students at
1 . 9 -t- it is spcr.
ed by the
a. V ?
-e l .''i
i wnmniiw vnnup-
Senator P. D. Midgwtt, Jr Engle-
Winslow,. Hertford and Wags Head,
College, chairman of the Coast-
. The student body, of Perquim
ans - High r .School has1 elected
Freddie Combs president of the
Student Council. Combs, along
with other newly elected Stu
dent Council members, will be
officially installed Friday. '
Also elected to positions of the
Student Council were Lot Wins-
rum ana Harriette ; Williams.
'JVrchee'rlea'ders elected are as
follows: Beth. Harris and Pam
vwno, j unaa wweus, . vnaroiyn
lMorgan.,and, Kitt .ReedriY V!ii
Several,; amendments to the
Student ;. , Council, f,i Const jtutiom!
'! ".. . K-i. L4J M Atl
'were a, pnmwtiur me t"
prWpl .Qf,the student body;:, The
only, amendment passed., was-the
amendfent to raise the number
oi ,(cneerieaaers jrom seven -w
nue; The three amendments
the. amendment to - raise, the
eruue leqiiiieiiiewi lor. ijic
dent Council office holders from
.80 to 85. . - '
Marie Saunders Wins
Scholarship For : '
' Marie Saunders has - been
awarded 'a $350 scholarship to
attend Hicks Meauty School in
Norfolk, Va. Miss Saunders
plans to 'enter a general beau
tician course after 'her 'gradua
tion from Perquimans High in
May. , .,','...
Selection for the scholarship
was made by the faculty of Per-
quimans High. School.
On May 10 '
Pasquotank and .. Perquimans
Health Departments ? will be
doped ; Friday," May 10, observ
ing Confederate Memorial . Day
The . regular weekly immunisa
tion . linic at Camden Health
Department , "will be , held . as
usual t -tit t ! , .' ' A,
At Found IiirhrFtrqalaMMM , '
VWy Flic nt timtntytm V r
Four Contests For Ci:ice In
County: J. P. Elliott opposes J.
Emmett Winslow; for.) Sheriff.
John T. Lane, a leading citizen
of Belvidere Township, is a can
didate for -membership on the
Board of Education of Perquim
ans County, TI.e precoht Board
of Education, Tj r - -ber sf
which has Med f r re...
is as follows: 7'art
ship, ;T. S--ie; 1
Township, -,W. r. T '"
I J. H. Killer i, 1 J. ,
land Eethel. f 'on I
is only one i ' c
"If " c":re of r " 1
To Be Sun'cycd
Un lax Itotums '
The Internal Revenue Service
will begin a "compliance,, siuj-,
vey" of many Hertford business
firms tomorrow tc determine If
i they are aware of and compljf
j ing with federal tax laws requhj
iing the filing of tax returns. J;
uptake about three months td
'complete, will be conclucted-
revenue officers -who. will, check
a cross section of non-farm bust
nesses to see if all reouired ta
returns are beine filed on time!the same salary , the former As-
according to District Director J
Mr. Wall emphasized, the sur
vey is not designed to audit re
turns, but is . to
awareness and extent of compli
Unrwith th av nin
!reauirements i of the internal"
" i, , ' j t i, , 4V'len, Jr., to audit the county
roirantia Iqiuo. on4 in nVtnnt- 41iW'.
LwJL. :;T 7 ,
completeness i of internal reve -
!nP- rv; in,UA.
further emphasized thalf
most" business management
comply conscientiously with the
tax laws. However, Mr. Wall
explained, since the laws are
complex and there ' are many
types of tax returns such as -income,
withholding, social se
curity and a number of miscelr
laneous excise taxes, some busi
ness taxpayers may not be fully
' Continued on Page. 4 .
The Perquimans County Board
of Education met in special ses-
sion on monaay, nprn ana
elected tW.; O. Elliott as chief
mechanic. Lloyd Riddick as me
chanic and Mrs. Lillian Elliott
as cost and property clerk.
' The kchnol budeet for i 1963-64
iil'' '''' a'1 i
ivwi Biuoieu ai lengin,., t jentiji-
tl ve ' budget was' drawn up sub-
jjscY to' the approval' of the Per
quimans County Board of l!om
njissiorters. .:' '
j A scncol calendar , for .tne wrst
part of the 1963-64 schooltterm
was approvevd. . . Principals .. will
Kreport. ; for work August. 20.
Teachers will report for work
August 29. i Students will report
for assignments on September 3
and the first day of. the 180-day
school term will.be September 4.
,"hie County SWMU .will meet
at,; "the ' Great Hope Baptist
Church Wednesday,' May 15. The
meeting will begin at 10:30 A. M.
. Mrs. ' Norfleet ; Gardner, the
former Mattie Macon Norman of
Hertford, will bring the inspira
tional message of the day, .
v Mrs." Carroll ' R. Holmes will
give- the history of , WMU work
in Perquimans County.
,A1I past officers are urged to
attend and the public is invited.
Great Hope May 15
Perquimans "Retirement Haven"
Shown in the' above photo are
six prominent Yadkin . County
businessmen' who were iii Per
quimans County on business last
week-end. While here the group
i i - l : .1 - t. :ul .:,u
lilllACU antic VIWfc wiui
' the . business trip that brought
. inem tq neruora, ana were oe-
lighted witn the results.
Fortunate enough to get reser
vations at the Jessup .Fishing
PS6'' here, the group of men con-
sisting of W, W. Johnson, former
'Ya1- Comity Cemocratic chair
The Perquimans .County Board
of Comissioners held their May
meeting here ' Monday in tHej
Courthouse, ; R. L;"Spivey, chair-
man,' presided with Commission:.'
ers W. W, .Bundy, W- Savage
Jollif f , Thomas ' ' D. ' Nixon and
Riley S. Monds, Jr. present.
Henry Thomas Brown, Jr., wis
employed ' by' the board as As
sistant County Agent, effective
June 1, to fill the vacancy left
jln fhat department by the recen
W. Hard Bnratit
?bo left county . to become
vfarm agent in Gates-
Ml- Brown was employed at
.sistant CoUnty Agent Was paid.
The board ordered the, Tax
Collector, J. Kelly White, to ad
vertise in June, 1963, and to sell
4Vta ft.r.t , Ifnnn,. jn T,,l. nil
. ! ictti estate on. wiuuu lijoa utxes
lare due and unpaid.
A submitted by R. E. Aik-
books for fiscal year 1962-63 was
' j. 1U
PPved in the amount of $650.
board authorized the Ag
riculture Building to be insured
for $20,000.00 and the Perquim
ans Court House for $50,000.
; A salary increase for the Court
Stenographer was approved in
the amount of $25.00 per 'week,
effective fiscal year beginning j
July 1963. II
The board authorized ;the'
County Attorney to release the
bid age lien on Charlotte Lane
property, upon the payment of
I Marshals for" the 1963 com
Imencement exercises ,at Per
quimans High School have been
, selected. ' The selection is based
r I? ' i. a' ,'L.j--
jn me two wp giaue aveiagea
from each class. However, in the
,1th grade the , three students
ithvfhe 'highest 'aVeifagesf , 8r
elected. The ; 11th, grade stu
dent wlth the hjghe,st ' average
becomes . the chief : marshal. . ,; . ,
f Wayne ' ChappeS will l be the
chief marshal in this, year's oin
niencement '..' exercises. ; ' ' Othtr
marshals will . be',' Gloria Miller
and Sydney Ann Blanchard from
Uhe'llth grade, Margaret Ainjsley
and Phyllis Nixon from.' the 10th
trade. Bobby Hollowell and Ar
:hie Miller from the ninth grade
and 'Joe Haskett and Lela Mae
Long from .the eighth grade. '
Friday, May IH
Miss Thelma Elliott, principal
of (he Hertford .Grammar
School, announced today that the
annual May Day Festival will be
presented . at the Grammar
School on Friday, May 10, at
2'P. M. , ,..'
The festival in the past has
always drawn' a large audience
and the .colorful costumes and
program is expected to do the
same this year. , , , ;., ,
The public is! invited to at
tend the spring . event. ' ; .
man; , Fred .. Williard 'from the
Soil Conservation Department;
Bill (Joe) Pendry, Hal Hinshaw,
Jack , Crissman and Benny Peh
dry, .arrived IViday ' night and
returned to Boonville "in Yadkin
County on Sunday. 'a
The entire . party ' of men,
though here on business, are
fishing enthusiasts and they had
everything - good to say about
Hertford They arrived in Hert
ford late' and were assisted by
, Coc!uei on Fag 4
May Day Festival
Fred Winslow Home At Winf all
ifK, If r''
Shown in the above photo is the Fred Winslow home located in
Wjnfall. Mrs. Fred Winslow was named winner of the second
week' of Jh0 Clean-up. Paint-up, Fix-up campaign sponsored by
the Perquimans Chamber of Commerce. Tha Winslows were pre
snled an award of $10 for their property improvements by the
Chamber of Commerce. Each week individuals wishing to parti
cipate in the contest should pick up an entry blank from the mer
chants or at the local Chamber office in the Municipal Building.
Any home or business within the county is eligible and all entries
must be received by the Chamber, of Commerce office on Friday
at. 12 noon each week. Two more weeks remain in the contest.
Court Room Actors
. Dressed in , full colonial cos
tumes are .drama- participants
Carroll Berry, left, who played
ihlo of clerk of court, aqd
Cl'audtvBclnnr' -who acted as
jOvemor John Harvey in the
court room drama depicting the
first' 100 yeats of Perquimans
bounty, presented in the Court
House in Hertford in April in
:pnneclion with the Tercenten
1 -: ' :
May 7 3
Rotary Club, 6:15
Terry White '
Francis B. Nixon
W. A. (Billy) White
.'Michael W. Goodwin
. George Arthur winslow
Eddie Winslow ... i
Melvin Eure, Jr.
; MOTHER'S DAY
, Ruf us Hudson
: William Ray Miller i
Scott Tilley -
R. W. Turner
May 13 .
Anderson Methodist Men
Hertford Town Council
. Philip Lane
Dan. Williams, Sr.
: Mike Dail -
Will Be JDiscussed
Norman H,' Harris, director of
medical programs for the Sears
Roebuck Foundation, will be In
Hertford on Wednesday. May IS
for a meeting at 8 P. M. in the
Municipal Building, to discuss
before the! public , needs for
medical facilities ' for Perquim
ans County.'- -
The. public Is. urged to attend
ithe meeting. -i - , - , , ;
To Leave County
, Two women, Nancy Ann
Malenfont, age 21, and Jacque
lyn Beaudoin, 28, both whit?,
from the Durants Neck section,
charged in Perquimans County
Recorder's Court here Tuesday
with occupying a place for the
purpose of prostitution or assig
nation arid vagrancy, were or
dered by Judge Charles E. John
son to six months in the House
of Correction. The sentence to
go into effect at 12 o'clock noon
Wednesday, May 8, if they were
still in the county.
The Malenfont woman is the
J mother of a seven months oln
child. The child was ordered: to
be transferred . to C. Edgai
'White," 8upet&eMlemVoi k&Mte'
welfare in Perquimans for dis
position. James M. Taylor, charged with
speeding,, reckless driving, ' pos
session of tax paid whiskey with
the seal broken, was found guil
ty of reckless driving. A nol
pros was taken as to the speed
ing. He was sentenced to 3C
days, the sentence to be sus
pended upon payment of a $5C
fine and court costs. Appea
was noted and bond was set at
Charlie Midgett, charged with
failure to see intended move
ment could be made safely, was
taxed with court costs.
Earl W. Hendricks, charged
with speeding, was fined $10.25,
plus court costs.
Everett S. Scott, charged with
speeding, was fined $3.25 and
taxed with the costs.
Wra; Franklin Burke, charged
with driving on left side of the
road not in passing, was taxed
with court costs.
Ralph, Riddick, , charged with
failure to dim headlights as pre
scribed by the law, paid the
Charlie H. Jordan, charged
with threatening, was found not
guilty. Cost was assessed on
the iprosecuting witness, Annie
William White and Jackson
Coston, both charged with being
drunk on the streets,' paid the
costs and Coston was fined $2.00
To Sell Property
Perquimans County Tax - Col
lector J. Kelly White was or
dered by the Perquimans Coun
ty Board of Commissioners this
week to advertise in June and
to sell on the first Monday in
July all real estate on which
1962 taxes .are, due and unpaid,
and to begin levying on per
sonal property on which 1962
taxes are due and unpaid, in
compliance with the laws of the
State of North Carolina.
Masons Plan To
Have Steak Supper
i Masons of Hertford are having
a steak supper at . the play
ground Tuesflay evening,' May '14
at 6.30 o'clock. All Master Mas
ons of ' Perquimans Lodge and
visiting Master Masons are in
vited to attend at $150 per plate.
And Sale Termed
The 18th Albemarle Livestock
Show and Sale proved to be as
successful' for Perquimans Coun
ty 4-H'ers as in past years. The
first day of the two day event
was devoted to the official judg
ing of the hogs and steers.
Melviri Eure, Jr., son of Mr.
ind Mrs. Melvin Eure, Sr., Route
3, Hertford, exhibited the cham
pion individual hog and the
champion pen of three hogs.
Melvin brought these Dies at
reHers and thev were t.hrpp-
fourths Duroc and one-fourth
Hampshire. All four of the pigs
were truly champions.
Bobby Harrell. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thurman Harrell, Route 1,
Hertford, exhibited the reserve
champion individual pig. Bobby's
pig was a purebred Hampshire.
Tommy Harrell, Bobby's brother,
exhibited the third place in
dividual pig. Tommy's pig was
Carter Rogerson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. T. Rogerson. Jr.. of
Route 2, Hertford, exhibited the
eserve champion pen of three
hogs. Carter's pigs were pure
bred Poland China.
Perquimans County 4-H'ers
exhibited 15 steers. These steers
graded 3 good, 8 choice. 3 brime.
3obby Harrell, Paul Smith, Jr.,
i.nd Allen Banks exhibited the
.hree prime steers. Bobby's calf
placed third in the entire show.
The champion was shown by '
lark Bright of Pasquotank
Continued r Page Eigu
Dr. Garland A. Hendricks,
Professor of church-community
levelopment at Southeastern "
eminary : in Wake Forest, will
speak for both the morning and
.tening worship services in the
bsence of the pastor, the Rev.
Gorman B. Harris, who is re
urning from the Southern Bap
Ust Convention in Kansas City,
.Dr. Hendricks is a native
North Carolinian, having been
born in Nash. County. He grad
uated . from Nashville High
School; received his B.A, degree
Continued on Page 4
15 Seniors Make
Grand Honor Roll
The grand honor roll has been
announced by 'the Senior Class
of Perquimans County High
School. Senior students who
have a grade average of 90 for
the four years of high school are
eligible fo rthis honor.
The 15. seniors on the grand
honor roll are Verna Ann Perry,
Betsy Barbee, Janice Stanton,
Tugenia Long, Bob Hill, Jimmy
Bonner, Kathleen Story, CWanne
Sawyer, Becky; Felton, ' Wayne
Winslow, Judie Baker, Vick
Roach, Rachel Winslow, A. C.
Layden and Billy Winslow.
Meeting May 16th
' Perquimans County Farm Bu
reau ' is : calling a special wheat
meeting Thursday night. May
16 at 8 o'clock in Perquimans
County Agriculture Building.
Many ., wheat farmers are1 re-
: questing such a meeting to dis-
I . .1. . .. . . m . i
cuss ine pros ana cons 01 un
wheat bill . being voted upon
..Representatives of the , State
Farm. Bureau will lead the dis
cussion." " , I '
:; This announcement comes from
the .president of Perquimans
County; Farm Bureau, , Rollo