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Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Friday, June 28, 1963.'
5 Cents Per Copy
v For a period ; of several weeks
' during' the ; summer of 1983
during' the summer of 1983
twelve - British : . ministers .and
twelve American Methodist min
isters will have an exciting ex
perience of an international ex
change of pulpits under' the di
rection of the 'World Methodist
Among those selected for this
- program is the Rev. Frederick
f E. Still, First Methodist Church,
i Hertford. , --- "
r, i. For -several ,. months since the
V pairings have been made,' the
thrilling "advenlure el - getting
V acquainted with v on : another
! through , correspondence:" and in
arranging all - details.- jjeeessary
i-to" successful - exchange has
IW) wuifiuw ,
piBpei.-rieia ,'1,sulualBl : Hertford " Business and Profess1-
feburch,' Norwich, England, JSSt
, teMth .te:sua night ata dinner meeting held
WM 'bortwi Cumbr.r.fwiwlfs Cafe. Mrs. ILena
lVd,;near the. famous Lake ..... . DreiideM. of
VS. V . w r-v"a;u-
Vfteraervlngan accountancy for
years V fie- entered the
; " ;S;.T kt,.
Methodjst , ministry" from New-
r v. r:.zz;scz still1 ;
i'tJpon -tyhe. His training
ttrc:" nun.; to, , ,the college. . at
Hat 'swbrth,1' J iri Birmingham,
Eni nd,-and " from there Mr.
f Le started a ministry- which
taK h. him . into many, parts
&nr ana , ana , . wales. His ex
petnce has. been both in, city
' an country, and., twice in his
;miiCstry he' has been in charge
iof 'churchea which have- re
sponsibilities for local university
students' During his long min
. Jlstry in South -Wales, he. served
nw jbistrict Home Missions Sec-
1 rs. Lee shares to the full he?
uiand's.: love for the Metho
- Continued en Cighi, jS ' ' 1
vTV'O Lcdie3 Leave
0ti Northern Tcur
Tprs. , Sylvia W. Winelow and
MriL Ira Eur left this wtvplr fnr
anscorted tour of Niagara Falls,
Mc(btreal s,nd New England foa-
turihe Cornitiff Olasa Mnspjim.
Wafkins; Glen, ! Niagara FaU8.lnd using it- in their return ad-
Toinnto, Ottawa, " 1000 Islands, dress on all correspondence. - In
iloj-j-eal, Ausable Chasm, a sail
on itake Chfmplain, White and
Gr&n, Mountains o( New Ha.mp-
shire and Vermont Boston and
JiTeW Yoik. I '-
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t .Pv :y League:
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Pc"y Lesc 11
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Due id the' observance of the
Fourth of July Thurday of next
week The Perquimans Weekly
will be printed Wednasday in
stead, of Thursday For that
reason U advertising and news
stories must be in our office a
day earlier than usual in order
to appear in next week's issue.
Ds, Young I!sw
t M- . vmr,tt Vm.no' wac
'install as president of . the
Edenton conducted the inslalla.
Uon ceremony using tt veiyim-
I"" -canaieugni service.
Other officers serving with Mrs.
PVoung:for! the coming year will
be first vice nresident Miss Hul -
h! .Jh w nrf.inf
da Wood; second vice president,
Mr& Dora Riddick; secretary,
Mrs. Essie Burbage; and treas
urer,' Miss Thelma Elliott, tt-: '
Prior to the installation -ceremony,
Mrs. Essie Burbage,) out
going president, welcomed Mrs.
Leary and then introduced Miss
Wood and Mrs. Riddick who then '
gave a report on the State Con
vention held in Winston-Salem
on June 7-9.
Before "turning her gaverover'dauehte dnr M-T. Grif.
to-t Mrs; Ydung, Mrs. Burbage,"'" , f'"
thanked ' the club ifor the co
dperatioh given' her during hef
two years , as , president . of
club.( -v -
M'rs. Ysuntf n announced thaWyJ
Mri -Burbage had been selected
ikIw -i.tk: .X ' i,-.. r iu-
the year, She presented . Mrs.
year, She presented, Mrs;
Burbage 'With a gift from thef
members mv recognition oi ,her.'"(" T'. vF.a oo,
accomplishments during .the paSt'l. Hertford wuhM State home of Dr. and Mrs Brooks
. - . : !- . .'-...
The next meeting will be .1 Committee " for a year
cook-out on July 18 at the home .rpDrpq(Jntine , .fl,tern TlUtri rt
of Mrs. Burbage.
New ZIP Codes At
Winf all-Belvidere .
Our five-digit ZIP , code., is
27919, Postmaster Roy C. Bundh
at Belvidere has announced. ' 'i
' Everyone in Belvtdere should
use. this ZIP code on all their
correspondence - to - speed ' mail
deliveries1 and reduce the change
of mis-sent mail. v.i.'i
' ZIP' code, the Post Office DeU8ldei ' The',SUt4' reports were'
!rmpnt'4 rpvoinf Warv . fii'ven irt a skit Jy Mrs. John
f. system, of improved mail dis
ndlpatch and delivery,' goes into ef
I Postmaster Bunch Stressed the
jimportarice of all citizens ofBeU'
I vi,-w ieamin . thai 7.1P fmro
Continued en Pag
Boy Scout Drive
Held Friday Night
Troop No. 155, JBoy. Scouts of
America, will hold its last drive
of the summer to make money
for. the troop Friday night at
T oclock. They will sell toilet 1
r o - - .
tissue and paper towels, Please
Kelp these boys by buying some-
thing ? from them. :. f
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tlu-oughout the nation have con
verted to, DDD. In all of these
!i;--"ions it Jasmet with wide
0 i acceptance by the public,
"i "D will be available for use
r resi 1 -ce or business
rs on l'' 'i-to- ,iatn
L. - , ...
22nd Lost Colony
Paul Giaen'i "aranddaddv" of
nviwhiKliAM am 1m u- ..i Qfl
1 29. And? Cnffilh. TV star and alum aus ot ''Th J-pst
nichL - Pictured above are, u mer le.t; Indian dancers
graphyi upp)sr right, the new
in Amarica (with an inset of Queen Elizabeth I. played by Mary Wood Long) lower left, the- match
lf o the wilderness" Which closes the. historic mystery drama; and lower right, the "Queen's
Co"' Scenes wUh th spectacular new castla set emd the presentation to the Queen of the Indians.
Chief ManiM and Wonchese,
Hertford Women Take Part InjVsriBly Of C3S65
Homemaliers Week Activities n Dnnnrrlorc Pirnrt
Perquimans County was repre
sented by Mrs. ; MelVin :Eure,
Home ' Demonstration- uounty
County President,! , and t her
im - nnwn it b'nnnik Miimia . nnn
Mrs. George Window. Ila Grey
whlW Sme Economies Extenr.)
'UBwuii' P'"" , -kw.ww. .v
meetings in-Baleigll.On Tues-
the. .voting delegate fTha grdup'U.l'XbUrs were made to various
fty W ?
lu eeE- obtaining a hand-pequlmans ' ladies poured the
- , ' ..i
: 1 1 i...i'j..iLS NiLej.i
representing the Eastern District
. Mrs. Fannie Hurdle will .- rep- Club members,
resent the 25th Federated Dls-j Following is a description of
trict at the National HD meet- the classes the club women at
ing in Little Bock, Ark., in the tended Thursday and Friday:
fall. She is the 1964 president I Music for Worship Dr. Arnold
of the organization.: Mrs. M. T. E. Hoffman, State Supervisor of
Griffin was pn the State Nomi- Music, State Dept. of Public In
nating Committee. She is a struction, Raleigh, N. C. Dis
past state-, officer "and if district 'cuss ion of 'music; and 'practices
chairman- ' '. . V i j which have integrity as worship.
! The. .iWV:ineeUng.vii.N'aU iMwn discussion of appropriate
of K. ftJHome Demon-,
.stratiotj Clubs was held on, Wed-:
nesday. MrsF..tieorge 'JJTady, pre,-,
- 1 Winfieldand StaJA Chairmen, of
Jcommirteesf' they pretended,
ue lit uutci DJaq. auu. iuill
A Lok J)ackivard
; A .Taant 'la The ftraakaaas ,
'Wfkiy TBit M Yeftetyest
JUNE 28, 1936
200 Perqtuimans . Dogs Shot
Say '' Local Inspector; Owners
Refused to Have. Them Inocu
lated to Prevent Rabies. Two
hundred dogs, have been shot in
Perquimans this spring because
all the owners -refused to have
them vatfeinated for. prevention
.. T uvMiiutvu - w bw
0f rabies according ,to A. A. No
bles, - rabies- inspector' for , the
county. - Approximately ; 2,000
dogs have been inoculated since
jwpppsw mental naitn Mime
the beginning .. of the, campaign
v uvea iuuov lX v - invuu
against rabies- was' enacted at
the last session of the General
Assembly and 'provides that the
owner must '. pay to ' tne v?'s
inspector, the sum .of fiftj'acents
to co ver the work and serum
used. The statute sets forth
that in case cf the owner of a
dog refu.""? to have the animal
- t r
No f ' i
1 ! '
11 f"'rJance w:'.h
1. .- !
outdoor svmohonic dramas, "the
..n h mm T3 nn vinlM Talnnrl in TkaA
Waterside Theatre on the site of
brought back from the New World
all accomplishments ' for '1962
across the state. ' , "v
The group honored Miss Nell
Kennett, State Home 'Economics
, Leader for, her service d the
- . " ;
uvmncmn mirin i '
;A luncheon with Hawaiian
theme . was held. Only 700' X
Lilt". IclUlKM U1U1U ULLtfllU. ' M 1.SII-
ion show was presented At Ula
'me mbers who were outstanding
ic 7 . 7" vr"-4. ""
nouw ana memuseum.
.ML. n.ii.,. ' '
Wednesday ended the activi.
ties for Home Damonstrafon
ties for ' Horne
n k mw
materials 'for "the aervice' of the
church.'. - : -
4aea 101 Lnasceping -jonn
Harris, In Charge. Extension
Hofticulture, N. C.'State College,
Raleigh, N. C.-Study of shrubs,
flowers and grasses and their
C6atinUd on Page Eight
7j t- , REASSIGNED
Army Pvt. Robert' C. Miller,
son of Mrs. Ethel R. Miller of
Winfall, was assigned to the
82nd Airborne Division at Fort
Bragg, N. .C., on June 12. i
-Miller entered the Army , last
December and completed basic
combat training at For t Jackson,
S. C. . ' '
; The . 24-year-old soldier Is ; a
1957 graduate , of Perquimans
County Union High School.' ' 1
JVame Four JReprcsentative On
The four-County mental health
clinic; expected to be- opened in
Elizabeth City this year, will be
administered ' "by- 16-member
board four people from" each
county. . ;, . ... '.
.. Jlepresentatives,. of Camden,
Chowan, Pasquotank aad Per
quimans met in Elizabeth City
Thursday night with the Rev.
Heath Light, chairman of the
Albemarle Mental Health Asso
ciation (."" ), an-l requested
tl t tl e t ""ty commissioners
name' tUCjc "rrientativrs on
Li t !
t' s boprd, to be
: ' 1 i"
l tn 1
. cf r
1J its or-
and con -
Saturday, June 29
Lost Colony,"' will open its 22nd
P.nuntv Nftrih flnmKmt. nn Statu.
Colony" cast, will be honor guest
who are featured in the choreo-
Sir Walter Raleigh's first colonies
by Sir Wafer's 1584 colonists,
III lltiUUI Ul O UUUI I
Samuel C. Sibitzky was hand'
ed, a 90 , day't sentence in Per
quimans County Recorders Court
here Xuesday ' by Judge Charles
g. Johnson, on a charge of giv
I ing a check against insufficient
funds.. The sentence to be sus -
nAitrinH linMt . nairmont ' nf C I Kfl
rtnnHH imnn navmpnt. ' nf 41Sft
to the bank and $2? i aie plus
costs of court.
Harvey M.' Winslbw,' charged Club presented a , demonstration
with speeding, was given 30 days J "delicious, ! nutritious, bana.na
suspehded upon payment of $117, BPut--' -They received red rib
costs of courts to come, there-1 bons award. These girls will pre
from. Winslow noted appeal
d b d was set pt $200
Prpston m Cooeland charced
Jiceuiessiy 111 winut ui-wbiiiuii 1
disregard of the r.ghts of safety
of vehlcles- requested a Jury
I trial. The case was ordered
placed upon the superior court
docket for- action of the Grand
Jury. , ,
Steanne F. Simmons, charged
with reckless driving, was fin
ed $25.25 plus costs.
Fred D. Ayers, Jr.,
with speeding, paid 'a
.William W. Dunn,:
,. ,1 Continued from Page
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Two Local Students
Oh ACC Dean's List
Two Perquimans High School
graduates were listed with . the
199 Atlantic Christian College
. students who earned place on
Vhe Dean's List for academic
achievement during the' spring
semester of the ' past academic
year, according to Mrs. Bethany
R. Joyner, registrar. ;
; The two from here were Hu
bert White Burden and' William
Preston Nixon,' Jr. . ' " ; ;
To earn places on the Dean's
List,, "students must achieve a
3.20 (B-plus) grade" average for
4he semester, - -' 1 . '
cials to find out when a cjinic
can 'be staffed.' Housing foiJ' the
clinjc is. being sought by .AM HA
members.' ,'.'.; .. , -' "J i
' The meeting here recommefid
ed that each county appoint one
county Commissioner, one 'doctor,
one v private . .citizen
and ' one
AMH A' member. ' " " 1
Attendinn were , Pasauotank
iCounty . Commissioner Jirvis
Scott, .- Camden County" dom
missioner.W. A Jones, Ori "f. P.
Erinn of Perquimans arid; Dr.
reward G, Bond Of Chowan. 1
The counties have agreed to
surrty ,$-,500 in local funds to
nv ' h r":e .monies.' A clinic
or"":.- 1 In Elizabeth City for
tv 3 -s vr.til 1SC0, but closed
v" ; - 1 t lc , . .
WinnBrs In 4-H
jSfj 0atatsOver $Q0O For Local
llcid June 22nd . - . .
Sharon. Bundy of the Wynn
lork 4-H Club was mistress of
ceremonies at the 4-H Junior
Demonstration Day, June 22 at
the Agricultural Building. She
opened the event with a devo
Ucial and welcomed parents and
Mrs. Earl Riu ick and Mrs.
Joseph Ayscue, adult leaders of
the Wynn Fork 4-H Club, were
responsible for arrangements for
the. activity. According to Ila
Grey White, the 4-H demonstra
tions were of good quality. She
urges more 4-H'ers to take part
in the event.
Maureen Nixon of the Short
Cut 4-H Club walked away with
blue ribbons in the fruit and
vegetable use and electric dem
onstrations. The title of
fruit and vegetable demonstra- can School of Oriental Research
tion was "Millionaire Salad." In 1956 he attended the Ameri
.She demonstrated ' making a 'n Jerusalem; in 1961 he joined
fruit salad with sour cream
dressing, one nas made n va-
riations of the salad for her
She will represent Perquim
ans County at the 4-H District
nnauon way wnn ner eiec-
trie demonstration, "Light For
Better .Living." She discusses
lth. thrlp nha.e. nt hnm- VaM'
. ee p,. oi nome light
m. decorative, task and gen
eral. She gives the formula for
light and study which is a type
of task lighting. She gave this
demonstration as a part of her
electric and home improvement
project. She has established a
study center in her home with
correct lighting as a result,
i Carolyn White and Kitty
Reed, representing the Wynn
Fork 4-H Club, won a blue ribM,"
bah in dairy fopds competition.
Their demonstration consisted of
a quick dessert ' I'lnstant Pud
ding." The girls. showed a vari-
lety of ways to serve 'the pud-
ninff ' i , T
Copeland of the Wynn Fork 4-H
sent tneir demonstration at the
Burgess Home Demonstration
Hertford Grammar School
perfect attendance records for
1962-63 are announced by Miss
Thelma Elliott, principal, as fol
Joyce Hollowell, Russell Dav
is, Roy DaiL Brad Fields, Willie
Faye Dail, Susie Elliott, ' Cindy
Cox Jerry 'Mansfield, Woody
Bundy, Herbert Copeland, Brant
Murray, Betty Murray, Linda
KarrelL 1 Minnie Norma White,
Bobby Bass, Mike By rum, Mil
ton Hunter, Margaret Mansfield,
Broughton , Dail,
Wayne Riddick, Doug Haskett,
Perry,, ; Larry Swindell, Cheryl
36 Pupils Have
Robert . Lee Hollowell, Donald . Thurman Harrell, will receive, Elijah White, Mrs. L C. .Wins- -Copeland:
I Janet Dail; Linda their Carolina Farmer Degree I low, Mrs. Mattie Matthews, Mrs,
Decker, Susan Harrell, Linda
Long, Vernon Lane, Tommy highest degree tha,t the State
Long, Cindy Tarkenton, Hollis'FFA Association awards and in
Williams, Sharon Bundy, Danny order to qualify fcr this honor
-Dnn a nr tnurt Mirct a nrli n a in
Note: Donald Perry has been
neither absent nor tardy fa six
July 1 '
Mrs. W. H. Pitt
Rotary Club, 6:15 , ,
Parkville Ruritan '
Clement Jordan ,.
July 8 . . -
Ralph Jordan ; ' '
Lions Club, 6:45
Mrs. Philip Thach, Sr.
Pat Long, ' -
Mrai- Charle8 Williford
ATicki Haskett ,
D. M. Jackson .
' Ronald Wilder J 1
: Jbhn. StalUngs. ('
;-:f '.''-- . :-.;;
Fish Frv Anil
In the absence of the pastor, 1
the Rev; Norman B. Harris, Dr. I
John T. Bunn, assistant to the'
oresiden't nf famnh-n rniw
will speak in bolh the morning
and evening worship services on
Sunday, June 30, at the Hertford
Dr. Bunn is a graduate cr
Wake Forest College and South
ern Baptist Theological Semi.i-
ary. He has held pastorates in
North Carolina and Kentucky.
the Campbell College faculty and
omame neaa oi us
of Religion, which
still holds in addition to his be
ing 'assistant to the president of
Campbell Cpllege, v
Dr. Bunn is 'a rinUve of Mt.
Gilead. He is married to the
former Lois Webb of Morehead
City and they have three pre
' The public is invited to at
tend these worship services at
11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Win State Honors
The Perquimans County High
School FFA Chapter i well rep
resented at the State FFA Con
vention which is being held in
Raleigh this week. Paul Smith,
Jr., and Archie Miller are the
two official delegates represent
ing the local' chapter. v These
boys will stay on State College
campus and attend the conven
tion being held in the William
Neal Reynolds Coliseum. - All'
their expenses are paid for by
the local chapter.
Billy Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carroll Williams, and Tom-1
'my Harrell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Guest Spacer At
Local FFA Boys
Friday morning. This is the;c. T. Rogerson, Miss Betsy Bar-
la boy must be outstanding in
He must have in operation
three average farm projects,
show a profit of $500 a.nd have
same invested. Know oarlia-
mentary procedure, show out
standing leadership " qualities.
must have participated in two
jects, all school grades satisfac
tory ; and must have held office
in the local FFA Chapter. ;
Hertford Fire Pepartment Will
Hold Open House Friday Night
The Hertford Fire Department -
will hold "open house" tonight
(Friday, June 28) from the hours
of ,7:30 until 9 o'clock. 0-.- s
Residents of Perquimans
County and . interested persons
are Invited to attend. -
During the .hours of the. open
bouse the Hertford Fire Depart-lis
ment will have . dPlayed aUt
equipment, of the department in-1
eluding, the three .town fire
trurks ;. and ' the two v county
Also on hand will be the 4 30
volunteer members of the - de
partment with their chief, R. C.
The fish fry and auction sale
held Saturday night for the
benefit of the Perquimans Rec
reation Park raised in excess of
$800. The final result is not
known as money on advance
ticket sales are still being turned
' , . .
Arrangements wiU be made
next week to turn th1S money
over to the Recreation Fund
The committee in charge of
the project expressed their ap
preciation and thanks to the fol
lowing clubs: Belvidere, New
Hope, Whiteston and -Parkville
Community Development Clubs;
and Civic Clubs, Lions, Rotary,
Jaycees, BPW, Parkville Ruri
tans and Durants Neck Ruri
tans. ' Without their help and
the participation of the mer
it-, tho tnurn onrl nnrttv
and others it would have been
jmpossibe to complete this type
With . the assistance of Fred
Matthews, auctioneer, the items
for auction moved . rapidly and
were received favorably by the
bidders. Those contributing to
the success of the auction sale
by their contributions to be
Dozier's Florist, Hilda's Florist,
Byrum Furniture Co., Morgan
Furniture Co., Swindell Funeral
Home, Phillips Cabinet Shop,
Hertford Hardware, Keith's Gro
cery, Elliott Layden, Mrs. T. P.
Brinn, Mrs. W. T. Elliott, W.'M.
Divers St Son, Jackson Wholesale,-
Darden's, Pitt Hardware,
Hertford Motor Co., . "Wink"
Winslow, Riverview Esso, Greg
ory's. 5 & 10c Store, Marshall
Owens, Rose's 5 & 10c Store,
Landing Supply Co., Peoples
Bank & Trust Co., J. C. Blanch- .
ard & Co... Walter nplil"ety.
jr.; '-Harris Suppltefcif BUi'L
Seryice'ttiqnr' '.Viy;ir5uli.tf8V .' ,
Causeway Service Station,,Towe
Motor- Co., Hollowell Chevrolet,
'Winslow-Blanchard Motor Co.,
lOne-Stop Service Station, Win-
fall Service Station, Baker Oil
Co.; Reed Oil Co., Winslow Oil
Co., Murray Motor Parts, Har
rell Gas '& Coal, Hertford Farm
ers '.Exchange, Hertford Live
stock, v Albemarle Chemical Co.,
J. F. Hollowell & Son, Farmers
Feed & Seed, Bill Fowler, Bus
Station, Clarence C. Chappell,
Charles Layden, Gailey Chap
pell, E&M Drug Storey Hertford
Cafe, Elliott's Cafe, Brown's
Drive-In, Lloyd Morgan's Gro
cery, Carroll Williams, Mrs. Fred
Matthews', Woodland Dress
Shoppe, Mrs. Charlie Umphlett,
Youthland, Eleanor's Dress Shop,
Don Juan Mfg. Co., Miss Essie
Walker, Mrs. Don Norman, City
Barber Shop, Hertford Barber
Shop, Mrs, Carolyn Lane,' Para
gon Beauty Salon, Ruby's Beau
ty Shop, Elliott's Beauty Shop,
Robertson's Cleaners, Cannon's
cleaners, The Perquimans Week
ly, MrsV L- D. Myers, Mrs. Edgar
Long, Mrs. W. D. Perry, Mrs.
bee, Miss Mary Barbee, Mrs.
I Noah Gregory, Mrs. Claude
Brinn, Mrs. Preston Morgan, Mrs.
' lUarnar TVJaHro fllenn'c "Plapp
F. T. Mathews and REA and L.
MYF SPONSORS BAKE SALE
The Woodland Methodist
Church MYF will- sponsor a ,
bake sale Saturday, June 29, be
ginning at 9:30 A. M- on the
Court House lawn in Hertford.
Homemade . pies, cakes, and
candies 'will be sold. ' -
Elliott, Mayor V. N.
the, members . of ' the
Hertford Town Board and the
six ; retired . members of , the
Hertford Fire Department that
have an average of 250 years of
service combined. ; ,
b; The Hertford Fire Department
a volunteer department and
the 30 men that answer the fire
calls in Hertford and Perquim
ans Couhty do not get paid.'
Visit your Fire - Department
tonight and 3 -j . "1 be as proud
of the departn- t as these v 1
unteer flren:'"! " ( ' "