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Volume XXX. Number 27.
SChe Perquimans County
Chamber of, Commerce, , work- j
tag in conjunction with -.- the
tdentan Chamber of Com
ttierce, :.- held a telephone com- -.
mittee meeting Friday night,
uly 5. . Claude Brinn, chairman, '
presented the representatives of
ifhi ! various , sections of the
County with maps and names of
persons within their respective
area whoaccording to the lWiO
census, desired a telephone and
had made' application for one ,'
through the Norfolk & Carolina :
telephone office, and as of this ,
date, had not been serviced with
h&':. .. " - -
t. ;-Brinn stated that he was
'pleased with the interest taken
i py, the representatives and em
v - pbasized the need of all persons
. desiring a telephone to formally
apply i fof one through their
neatest Norfolk & Carolina tele
phone office. t
' Location of persons desiring a
telephone will be plotted on the
maps,, thus', showing the feasi
bility of lines being run to their
' areas. The maps' will -be made
1 available to the telephone com
; pany,1 along with any other as
sistance that the telephone' com
I mittee can offer them. i
'Our main interest is to get
telephone service tV the rural
areas, ' " Many of the a pplicants
ihavebeen on record, with the
telephone company for years and
still (do not have 'this service,"
. Brinrt stated, i ... v
' 'A1-?3 chairmen working with
this committee include Mrs. , Fan
nie Hurdle, Capt. Nathaniel Fulr
fdrd and Charles White. : -
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1 ''"ibofmH Vf. Norman says thai
" made' 84 loans ' to farmers and
rural residents' totaling $632,120
during the 1963 fiscal year.end
TTliese Moans1 Vrere Tnade' for
, purchasing farm equipmertt, con
structing new homes, financing
debts 'i on farms, , purchasing
farms, 'drainage construction, pig
fTlats : farrowing houses, ma
chinery shelters and grain bins.
;JThe s local FHA office makes
. long-term loans, both real estate
arid aon-real ..estate, ,ta ejigible
farmers in. Camden, Chowan,
Currituck, Pasquotank and Per
quimans, .Counties. " (
y xsqns, .interested .. In .loans
; should, cpntact Mr"-Norman in
f Hertford on Monday, Wednesday
or Ftiday and in Elizabeth City
oif Tuesday . or, jThu)-sday , . ( ! t
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Editor? Attending" ,
Press Institute i
w ; Jerry- Sullivan, editor of the
. Perquimans County High School
. yearbook staff f and Mary Beth
Hurdle, editor of. the newspaper
staff ; are attending the North
Carolina Scholastic ' Press-' Insti
tute at Chapel Hill ..1 i
The Perquimans representa
tivey will attend, the institute
July- 8 through the 10th. Rep
resentatives of the major news
papers in' the state 5 will be the
instructors. , 1 .
J Fr :re Leaders Of Comity
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A. PILSTON GOHW1N,. JR.
- Announcement was jnade this
week that A. Pilston Crodwin
Jr of Galasville was named
chairman of the North Carolina
Bar' Association Court Study
Committee. . He succeeds V. S.
Circuit Judge J. Sptncer Bell of
Charlotte, who resigned.. :.
On Tuesday night, July 2,, the
Hertford Lions Club met in, its
den, the old Post, yff ice build
ing, for a dinner meeting and
business session. . - The dinner
was served by Mrs. Erie Haste,
Sr., and Mrs. Tommy Byrunv as
sisted by their husbands. After
a , brief business session r the
following new officers of .the
Hertford Xions Club were
Stalled for 1963-64:
President, U. R.' White; first
vice . nr'esident, "E; C." WbtdardH
aWoM ViW psSideiit; I. 'Per
ry, Jr.;' third vice president, Rob
ert Carter;' secretary and treas
urer, John T.' Biggers; tail- twist
er, Pete Thompson; Lion tamer,
Cleveland P. Buck; directors for
one year, W. S. Long and G.! C.
Buck; directors ' for two years,
George . Bellmon and ' Clinton
Eley; The installing officer was
G. C. Buck, who is a past presi
dent of the Hertford Lions Club
and is a perfect attendance
member for the last eight years.
President R. R. White then
gave some encouraging remarks
to the club members to cooper
ate and work hard to puf across
the 'program of activities of the
club. -' '
The Hertford Lions Club' Jibs
leased-the ld Post: Off ice build
ing here and is now renovating
and modernizing it for a den,
dining and meeting, place for the
club.--' Other civic: ,- and" . social
clubs wishing to use. the facili
ties of the Hertford Lions Ckb
will please contact the president
and secretary ' of the local club.
BASEBALL SCORES FOR J
PCNX: AND LITTLE LEAGUE
Pon,y League: -New-
Hope 4.) ' t
Little League: A
New Hope 4.'
Parkville 7. , -Pony
New Hope 12. "
New Hope 8. .'
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Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina,-Friday, July
Traffic V;:!:!i:riS )
Feature Ssb Of
Bufus D. Forbes, charged with
operating a moton, vehicle while-'
under the influence of intoxica-
ing beverage, was . fined $100
and taxed with court costs in
Perquimans County ". Recorder's
Court here Tuesdayby Judge
Charles E. 'Johnson. ' ' . ., .
Edward H. Richardson charg-1
ed with carelessly and heedless- j
iy without- due-caution and cir-,
cumspection . and. in a. manner
to endanger or )e' .likely to en
danger person or .property, was j
fined $35.25 and assessed ' with ;
court costs.'. ,' ;. ,, ,.,v:" I
The following '.were i charged i
with exceeding the speed lim;t:t
Anderson M. Mactlin, $12.25 and,
costs; Roosevett -. Simons, " Edwin
O. Chanek; Bobby.' Ray ;Thomp
son and Doyle: Wilson Aldndge,
each $10.25 plus costs;; Douglas
CartwriBht.- $20.25 ' and
William 'Carlton Carter,' $9.25
dIus costs: Susie H.' Carter, Wil -
liam; Hi Parker,' Thomas Herbert
Crone ' each $8.25 plusr costs;
George F. ; Ederson, $5.00 and
court costs. ' ' , .
Michael A. ; Mendleson, : James
C. Rogers and Mitchael ; Zakary,
each charged with disobeying a
stop sign, were taxed with the
court costs. - - '.
Oscar F. Blair, - charged with
failure to see intended -movement
could be made in safety,
paid the costs.
. Angel . Martinez, , Jr., charged
without having a valid chauf
feur's . license , and - improper
equipment, paid 'the court cost.
Jessie Jones, Jr.,-charged with
out Having a valid chauffeur's
no assistant .driver, was-:, taxed
with the costs..,' . ; -
Elishua A. ? Harris.-: charged
with failure to drive , the the
k . Leroy..,Brown . charged with
rnst. . IT.
mufflerpaid - the coste.
nd' Pett e G Riddick ,eholUmember of the Circ"U C 1 N
U,.-,rrd'5Z-,ff! Appeals had made it necessary4
bBi?llr Mm to give up the chairman-
repts of Hertford, werar . . r -TsrM' . A ; , , throughout the evening. .'
Soo ealanSxed WS.01 .come, he haev. Clifton Hollowell gave;
SfiiX ' t T i , i ?dd, ..through eight, years linvocation Mary wi
,v "in "behalf of Improve 'lsimDSon' class seeretarv. .ca
By FRANCES NEWBY
Vocational Teacher, Perquimans
s Cotnlv High School., v
Wometf play many parts and,
of themV the most .important
Every'-Woman is a homemakftr'
.Mxi- i:"S L-! 7 .. , A
You use home fcdnomics tram -
ing evey inrlif,
economics ' in" high . school
home "and. family living. : Satis
fying family living is essential
to 'the well being of " every,, per
son' and there1 ja jk svbs.titptq
for happy Uhderstanding famUylf he Constitutional Amend-relationships.-
If pupils' better i1 for court improvement that
understand! their personal de-i' pepPle' supported j by an
velopment and their, contribu
tion toward, happy, wholesome
family ' life ''today, that under
standing will be the -background
for the well adjusted families 6f
. . ConUaued on Pag I
, Rotary Club, "6:15 . r
Chamber of Cpmmerce Dir;
'.Masonic Lodge !( ,. ;. 'j
Mrs, Howard Long
Donal Hurdle.. . .;.
1 Ramona 'Elliott ,
Durants T'ck Ruritan .
Leon T.w I , . . i c '
Donnie Ch -rix ', v
ju?r is '
Lions Club, 0:45 . ' .
Betty White . '
July 19 " -:
Jo Thatch- , ,''
j.-r , : .
CKff Pritchari 1
July 21 ' .t ?
Tarry T.' I " -
No birthdays." ;
Presented .Treasury Award
, R. M. Riddick, Jr., executive vice-president of Peoples Bank &
Trust 1 Cotnoanv here and chairman of Perouimans County XT. S.
. SavincM ' Bonds Committee, ' tecenllv presented John D. Coston,
manager of AlbemaiU Electric
! ford, with a special Treasury award.. In making the presentation
to Manager . Coston at Peoples
years we have had wonderful
hip Corporation throughout North Carolina. Their contribution
has been helpful In 'carrying
farm families they serve. We
marle Electric Membership Corporation which has- responded to
our request for help. To do, this we have prepared a special
Treasury award, which I present
Ai Pilston Gpdwin, Jr. Named
Chairman Court Study Group
A. Pilston Godwin, Jr., Gates
ville attorney, is the new chair
man of the North Carolina Bar
Association Court Study, Com
mittee. He succeeds U-: B. Cir
cuit Judge J. Spencer BeU-pi
Annniini-pment . nf v Mr. God
win's appointment, together with
the selection of Wallace C.
' n..hinnn mi minnrnn a t tnrnnu
-1 " '. , f -,..
-and, superior Cpurt. Judge,, How-
Mr, and Mrs.
T rxifaciauu uajucn.
I10" . President., fHexlal,, NtJrmancated to' A
teUrts for North Carolina
' , Although , 1. accepted Judge
BelJ's resignatipn with much re -
Ble , i muishivvj.' i pers were inat were ansem ana
Godwin, Judge Hubbard, . and!a iittle about them Lillian Ajui
Mr., Murchison . have agreed to Hofler " Holman, class treasurer,
take - these important assign- rtad tne ciass history and Pat
ments," Mr. Anderson said.. He Harrell, vice president, read the
added that the' Bar Association iast I, wm and testament.' The
and the people of -North Can
Una' are deeply indebted to
Judge Bell for his long, unself
ish service as chairman, that he
J"? " a It
knew of no man in the state
wno nas ' "'""v.
fdrt knowledge, determinaUon,
and effective leadership tQ a
an. eIIe"lvf. ,i i i,
the-'difficult ' task oi
1 . " url, nrpnarinfflvere Don Baker a
orovement and forking for
He' described the Bar associa-
tion as vitally interested in the
. , 9 ' . k, xU
implementation of the provisions
ConrLiued on Pag Seven
J. Dillon and J. W. Dillon,
Jr., of the W. M. Morgan Fur
niture' Company, - are. attending
the summer furniture exposition
at!High Point this week. They I
were accompanied by Mrsf Dil
lon and Jan. 1 ! .
-Southern ' furniture . manufact
urers, rho account . for . the . bulk
of national sales, ' are introduc-
ing their new1 models at premiere
Biiowuigs m . im ui , - yiw
"Furniture City" from July 8
through the 12th. ' i
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon and fam
ily are visiting Mr, and Mrs., E.
C. - Dillon while'" attending the
furniture exposition. -"f .
Jacksan's Horse . .
Wins In Philly
Pat Diamond, pacer racehcse
of D. M, Jackson, won first place
in the. Liberty Bell racesv at
Philadelphia, Pa., last Tuesday
night, , , i
The horse owned by Mr. Jack
son, is scheduled to run again in
the races t" is week. '
;:lilllillllpl 1r flj
Membership Corporation of Hort-
tsanK, Mr. Hiaaicic saia.v uver tnt
support from the Electric Member'
the Savings- Bonds message to the
would like to recognise the Albe
Class Of 1957"
The Class of 1957 held its six-
year reunion Saturday .night,
July 6, in the new Perquimans
niuri , m'liiun .I'M ii nr h
i Z. . . . r
The . floral centerpiece cbn-
Von Baker, class, president,
- pH p ' nnp annrMiH J
welcomed everyone and presided
throughout the evening, . The
lhe ron 'with 34 of 58 0lass
members present. Marcia Stal-
jiings colvin told where the mem-
class mascots, Norman Stalling
and Pamela Winslow, remem
bered their speeches, and recited
them for the class.
Everyone had a wonderful
time confessing all their pranks
' , . r(,.ivintf
their senior New York trip,
i r. i
-d, b, B, Chappell
.Hj A1A..MJ;. -C..J..
Divers , and -. wife, Chesapeake,
Va.; Pat Harrell, Raleigh; Char
lie ; and ' Mable . Frances .'Keel
Pel iHill; Roger Nixon, Lois
Hope Howell Da il and husband,
Newport -News, Va.; Arnold
Winslow J and wife, Hampton,
Va.; Alice Gray Elliott "Spivey
and husband, Ophelia' Mansfield
Meads and husband,.'. Elizabeth
City; Lillian Ann Hofler , Hol
man. Greenville; Jo Ann Mat
thews Hollowell and husblnd,
Waltonburg, N. C; Margaret
' Continued an Pan Bevel i
A Look Backward
' A Vount tn Tht Tttmmm
Ruth. Davenport Full Time
Welfare Officer: Miss Ruth
Davenbort was appointed Mbni
. lv tH- nnt,rt - nf rvuntnic'the business and the .need of the
j gfyher f Perquimans County, as
a full-time 'Welfare v Officer.
This is;,, the first time in the
histor; of 1 the' county; that Per
quimana ha had. a full-time wel
fare officeri- The only substitute
In ; the past," until Miss Daven
port was appointed by the .State
Welfare Department to serv as
a ssistant to the wemre ' ouicer
last January, was the part-time
service ot the County Superin
i tendeht of Education. ' - By -'the
appointment i of a full-time Wel
fare' officer, the county superinj
tendent loses four hundred 'dol! lings and Mrs. Maude. Lane as
tarsi annually in salary duI ijoo-hPSsses- It will, be a supper
great deal or work is linea irom
, . Cszautd oa Pc k :
Six he" Teachers
The Perquimans County Board
of Education met last Monday
and approved the hiring of six
new teachers approved as nomi
nated - by the , principals a.nd
elected by. the school commit
tee, to fill vacancies in the sys
tem; They, arer Perquimans
High School, Mrs. Jane Aydlett,
Mrs. Anna G. Harmon and Floyd
"Dutch" ' Overton; Hertford
Grammar' School, Mrs. Irene S.
Patten and Mrs. Helen M. Wood
ard;. King. Street, Miss Tudera
Teachers allotted by the State
Board .of Education were assign
ed to the Various county schools.
Perquimans' High School, 16;
Hertford, Grammar School, 11;
Perquimans Central Grammar
School, -15;', , Perquimans Union
School; 32;. and ' King Street
Schopl, 14. ; One teaefher was as
signed to provide an instructor
for . students needing special at
tention in the white elementary
schools' if a qualified teacher
could be secured.
In addition to the above as
signments, one teacher paid from
local funds -was assigned to the
white" schools and One to the Ne
gro schools,- '
Perquimans School Supt. J. T.
Biggers reviewed what the 1963
General Assembly, did for the
public schools in North Carol na.
He read a list of 25 items. One
of the most important being the
new formula for allotting teach
ers to the various administrative
units. The superintetdent stated
that , Perquimans County gained
seven teachers under the new
formula.; '. ''iy,
All janitors and maids for the
schools were approved as elect
ed ;by the committee, no changes
being made from last year. :
After discussing the act requir
ing the Board .-of Education to
regulate fees, charges, and solici
tations' in the county jschpols, a
motion; Avae'inadend pawed ap
proving , a schedule by the various-
schools, approximately the
same as last year.' '
Permission was granted Mrs.
Irnia 1 Bundy Forbes to enter
school in September.
Following y the discussing of
school bus "operation for 1963-64
a mptioh'was passed requestine
the principals to arrange a
schedule that, will leave as many
busses as possible at Perquim
ans Central Grammar School.
Week July 21-27
President John F. Kennedy
has proclaimed the week begin
ning-- July 21 as National Farm
Hi" vvee- . . .
i rcupie ana oreamzannns ni-
"J UAKu m luui lit L111S. 41111LKU
7- , .; "
effort to reduce the number of
farni; home , and highway acci
Let ;us all support the objec
tives of , the theme, "Inspection
Plus Correction Equals Protec
tion" to. promote greater farm
safety throughout the year. In
spect your farm : equipment,
lantl, buildings, also your own
work habits and attitudes. Cor
rect dangerous' conditions and
careless habits, and you will help
protect lives your . own and
5-10-25C Store is
the . approximately 2,500
independent ' variety . stores in
United States recognizing
the very competitive condition of I
cuymg public to make tneiraoi-
larsi stretch as far as possible.
' These ; 'stores ' are identified
With V "V i $tore" emblem on
their window or a large "V" on
their ptor sign. 3 f. :...''( 5
MINNtE WILSON CIRCLE TO
MEET MONDAY. JULY ' IStb
The Minnie-Wilson Missionary
Circl ;0f the,? First Methodist
Church will 'meet Monday, July
,15th at 7. P. M., with Mrs. Noah
i Feltbn, Sr., with Mrs. Edna Stal-
panyi. ana u memucrs re w
ed to attend.
Marine Officer Candidate John
T. Mathews, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred T. Maihows of Edenton
Road, Hertford, was graduated
from Oificer Candidate School
at the Marine Corps Schools at
Quantico, Va. He was commis
sioned a second lieutenant in the
Marine Corns and is to report to
a six-month basic school : at
Quant .co for infantry and lead
ership training. The 11-week
course he has completed covers
the leadership and tactical con
trol of email combat units. The
program is open to college grad
uates, enlisted Marines selected
by the Commandant of the Ma
rine Corps and other qualified
' Carroll Baker of Route 1.
Hertford, -aitd . ; ;S. H&tftf'&so
of Route 1, have found the first
cotton blossoms of the current
year. Both of these farmers
found blossoms in their cotton
crop on Tucf day, July 9.
The blooms are running late
this year, as blossoms were re
ported on July 2 last year by
Mrs. Connie Sutton of Route 1
and Matthew Smith, also of
Route 1. So far, in both years, j
Route 1, Hertford, seems to be
producing the first cotton blooms.
They are a little nearer south,
maybe that's the answer.
59 Wool Producers
Wool incentive payments to
taling. $739.91 were mailed to 59
wool producers on Wednesday,
July 3. These payments repre
ent 30 per cent of the net sales
of wool marketed during the
1962 marketing year which end
ed March 31, This rate of pay
ment is determined by the Sta
tistical Reporting Service ' after
the close of each marketing year
and the average price of wool
The 30 per cent of net sales
proceeds is that amount neces-
sarv to brine the national aver-'.
age price of wool to 62 centsj
per pound. .
Resting Before .Game
' Shown In" fh above picture are ten of th snembers oi I Jrt
ford'i Little League baseball team who were present lest- Saturday
Am f. ,. lawn wlt.A V.-W M. M ltin ttc l t
Ui- rail. jnt lMm.
shown in the picture, reaaing ten lo right, r l eiien v . v....
Michael Lane, Charlie Harrell. Steve Grah'- Ti 1 ' .
Billy Layden. Doug Benton,4 Larry Gibba,M. - tm . -a t
I Henry Stokes.
5 Cents Per Copy
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A delegation of citizens who
I live on .Hyde Park Street in
Hertford, met with the Hertford
Town Board here Monday night :
during its regular monthly ses
sion and complained to the
Board concerning the congested
parking on that street during
week-ends, when trucks are
parked there and left overnight.
The Board discussed the prob- "
lem and decided to mark off-parallel-
iparking on that section
of Hyde Park and restrict the
'ruck parking- to the west side
between the hours of 7 A. M ,
to 7 P. M. only, with .no truck '
larking in that area on Sundays.
The Police Department was
instructed by the Board to keep
i round the clock check on the
area .'and all " violators will be
An ordinance pertaining to
cleaning yards of grass and
weeds, which up until the pres
ent time- has. been once a year,
that time being . during the
month of August, . was replaced
with a new' ordinance which
reads the property has to be
cleaned of grass and weeds by
May 1, July 1 and September 1,
'The three cleanings now re
I quired by the Board and the
'new ordinance: will certainly im
1 prove the appearance of the
Jtown. as the one cleaning was
' not sufficient during the sum
Imer months when the grass and
'weeds are growing. ',
The Board approved a resolu
tion designating the Town Clerk,.
R. C. "Bobby'.' Elliott, to sign
.necessary papers knd to . other,
wise represent the Board in con
nection with; the mosquito con-1
trol program carried out. through1
the North Carolina Department
of Health. -
. Another ordinance .was adopt
ed, by the Board approving .the .
code and amended the .housing
code which was adopted several
months ago to read "one or
more family units."
Police Make 22
Arrests In June
Hertford's Police Department
had another busy month. Dur
ing the month of June, accord
ing to a report to the ToWn
Board Monday night by Police
Captain B .L. Gibbs, there was
a total of 22 arrests made, seven
for being drunk, five . miscellan
eous arrests, four miscellaneous
traffic arrests, two . disorderly
conduct, one each for speeding,
assaults;" careless and . reckless
driving and larceny.
The entire 22 arrests were
found guilty. The fines amount
ed to $251 and costs totaled
$261, adding .up to $512.
The department answered and
investigated; 99 calls, investigat-
ed two accidents, recovered one
stolen automobile, worked five
funerals, extended 90 courtesies,
found Jw6. doors, unlocked, an
swered three "fire calls, answer
ed 221 radio calls, issued one ci
tation, reported five lights out
and two bicycles were recovered.
The patrol car traveled 3,281
miles, averaging 109.3 miles per
day. .; . - . : ; .
AUhough ihl isn't the ent't-e t - .