Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina. Friday, August 2, 1963.
5 Cents Per Copy
, Perquimans County Recorders
Court Judge - Charles E. John
', son found probable causa after
' a preliminary hearing here Tues
day morning and ordered! Law
" rence Winslow, 41, Perquimans
1 County farmer, to be held for,
"k Perquimans : Superior Court, , ,
Winslow is charged wfth as
sault with- a deadly weapon, a
gun, with intend to kui In
. . flicting serious body damage,
in the shooting of two, Ports
it ; mouth, Va., men on July 22.
The men, B. M. Bright, 43, al
- leged target of the attack, and
Brighfs son-iji-law, : Richard
t. Charles Hogan, 22, Is in , Nor
j ' folk hospital and is partially
t . j ...lit. 1 l L...
paraiyzea who b uujuc w uu
brain, -Bright said Bright him
self, was struck by a .22 calibre
rifle bullet on the right ear and
the bullet ; lodged . behind, his
jawbone; he will have the bul
let removed this week, he, said.
Bright testified that as he
drove into Winslow's yar4 about
10 P. M., Winslow "jumped out
from behind two trees with a
rifle'" and began shooting at the
car. He made a U-turjo, in the
Winslow yard and drove to Hert
ford for;' help. Robert Pelkey,
Hogan's 1 teen-age cousin who
was visiting him from New
York, was sitting between Bright
and Hogan on the front seat, but
,was not hit. Bright said. He
came from 'Portsmouth to. pick
up Mrs. Hogan, - 20, and another
daughter 4, who, : with Mrs.
Bright were visiting the "Wins
lows. v ' '
" Bright admitted under cross
examination by defense attor
ney W. H. Oakey, Jr., "bad, feel
ing" between him and Winslow.
Mrs. Winslow and Mrs. Hogan
had told him "it might be bet
ter' if he. did not come to the
farm: He .also admitted! having
a .357 magnum revolver in his
car but said he often1-carries' It
there. , '' ' . .LL
and were lined: Hugh K. Aiken,
Huot,, HJh lit, Peyrie,
$10.25, plus' rcqss; James a AM
noldj; $tl)FuJford, 4125 each;
plus 'costs;: f Robert: I White
$8.25 j'plua.n,cosAsi j.ChwtogJ Vi
Chambers, $5.00 (plus cosls.. r'W,
Irvin R. Midgette, charged
. with improper registration and
reckless driving, was fined $50
and taxed with the court costs.
Isaiah Basnight, Chrge4 with
no operator's license, paid fine
of $25 and court costs. ;
V. J. Basnight, charged with
driving on the left side of the
street! while not in passing, paid
the costs. -f.
', L. J. James paid the costs on
'.. an improper muffler charge."
, Robert J. V Skinner. . and Nor
man Bond each; paid' the costs
on charges of disobeying a atop
sign. ' t .
' , Maston : Nixoni charged with
non-support, was ordered, by the.
court that, the. amount paid f tor
-the support' of his children be
increased to $45.00 per month. -I
Joe , T.'-i Jones, charged with
speeding, paid a fine of $95 and
, James t A. Colbert, - '.charged
with speeding, , paid a fine of
$24.25 plus the costs.
John , M. amiska, cnargeq
without having a vali4 Aopera-
tor"s r license or chauffeur's h-
. cense, paid the costs.
Johnnie Flyth'e, charged with
'driving faster than was teason-
. able and : prudent under exist
ing conditions, paid the costs.
. Mildred L. Liti'vjohn, charged
with improper brakes, paid the
- costs.- ' .
Sadie. Lee rr"--r charged
; with failure to give audible sig
nal when in pcrsir.r, J ""4 the
court costs. " . v, '
-v, Jackson Coston, chared with
being drunk on the ?r ' .wa?
fined $10.00 and taxed, -with the
costs of court. ' ' '
" A series of revival r-stirg
services wl'J be f'l tt I Me
nem ' ChriLi:T C" - ' . !
ring Mond'-y t. I
i conli.- 3 . i h l t
. -outfi SatiJ , . t l. '
? ben cv-h i t at C
nhi T"" " r i ,
- Mr.' and Mrs." A. J. Ownley will
celebrate their 50'th wedding an
niversary August 4 at the home
of their son, William Ownley,
Route 3, Hertford. . Friends and
relatives are invited to attend
between the hours of ,3 and 5
o'clock. No in v Nations, are be
Enter Crd Contest
Perquimans County ' has been
invited to enter its fastest and!
meanest hard blue crab in the
third annual North Carolina
CrabVDerby to be helfl in More
head City : August 4 at 2:30
The i Srab representing this
county v.; will corpete
the North Ca1
nd its handler
,e National Crab
will be sent to
Derby at Crislie
31 to compete! against hard blue
crabs representing Vhe states of
Virginia, Mayland, Wew Jersey,
South Carolpia, Georgia, Florida,
LouisianajAfashingtoX ; and Ore
gon foiThe world's champion-
The North Carolina Crab Der
by is sponsored this year by the
Carteret County Chamber h of
Commerce, the Fabulous Fisher
men of Morehead City, and the
State Department of Conserva
tion and Development
The Derbv will be the high
light of a three-day fun and en
tertainment program at More
head City. .. Further information
can be obtained by writing P.
W. Bullock,' Director,; Carteret
County Chamber of Commerce,
Morehead, City.vN. C. . -
; The crab-producing counties in
the State ' -are: Beaufort, Crar
venJ Onslow, , 'Dare, f Pamlico,
Pender, Hyde, . New4 Hanover,
Brunswick, Tyrrell, Washington,
Chowan,' Pasquotank, "CUrrituck,
Carteret, Perquimonii and Cant-
... .. y . ...... .. .
,obert, Bruce E2i ?q Wpodviile
Route 3, Hertford, -was pinned
last Friday vmorning before any
one responded to his cries for
help. ' ' -
Bruce, working in" a field for
C. ,C. Whitehurst, . about a half
mile from the nearest house on
U. S. 17, " when the tractor ' he
was operating slid into a ditch,
throwing him off . and spinning
his left ' leg 'under the right
f .'Thfe man was taken to the Al
bemarle' Hospital by. ambulance,
where it' " was said he ws n
satisfactory condition. 1 1: . '
The Perquimans Weekly, be
ginning with this week's issue,
is starting a new weekly fea
ture of particular . interest to
area fanners, landowners and all
persons interested in agriculture
.A "Farm Feature" section will
begin a long .series run on an
every weekbasis. It will con
tain the latest . local, area and
state Jarm news, ; and featured
by the Perquimans" County farm
agent's ; office,, County ASCS of
fice and Soil Conservations-. Ser
vice - Interested persons are al
so invited to submit items of
mutual interest for publication
on this page,
This feature Is? being sponsor
ed by Perquimans -County :ad
vertjpere. who are .interested" in
the Welfare of area agriculture. ,
J.vi..,iv;., .1, . .';..;;;;.,...!;,
7rmer L. Madre
nrc'-s Training. ,
Private Warner L. Madre, son
f Ir. "and Mrs. Warner L.
i cf Knute 1, Hertford, has
' :n ha tr,3ic combat training
' 5 I" t Jacr?n, S. C, where he
; 1 n a ;"ned to Company
1 " "-.li. i, 1 Training Rcgi
' U. S. -Army Training
; f ' c( Per--1
' ," ' I.'
WILLIAM C. CHERRY
William C. "Bill" Cherry, son
of Mrs. W. C. Cherry and the
late Mr. fcherry of 213 Church
Street, Hertford; has been pro-
moted 10 Sergeant in the U. S.
Sgt, -Cherry's wife Jane and
daughter Julie are residing with
the Sergeant's mother, Mrs. W.
C. Cherry. . ' .
Sgt. Cherry has successfully'.
completed a Fixed Station Trans
mitter Repair Course at the
T T c A O:., 1 O..U 1 n4
u.; o. nimjr oijiuu ou.uw
Fort Monmouth,-New Jersey.
He is now stationed at For -
mosa (or Tiawan), China, with
Ha fcrey White, Home Eco
nomics Agent ' in Perquimans
County, attended A leadership
training workshop at the Uni
versity of North Carciina at
Chapel s Hill July ,15-18. . Mrs.
White is ' the 1 incoming presi
dent of the Eastern .District
Home Economics Agents ; Associ
ation," and' represented the or
ganization at the workshop.
Classes were conducted in
leadership' skills and r techniques
parliarnantary-prpcedure worldj jrved ,n- the '"iie wspaper, ' . the
affairs and .public .sptaklng. Out- i.tove"fWaveV'':'wnicn''.Js pub-
sianaing persons wno appeoreu
on evening programs were Sen
ator' Robert Lee" Humber, Dr.
Ienneth Reardon of Duke Uni
versity, 'Miss 1 JliHa ; Ribet on the
Tercentenary Committee, Robert
Hppard ;; of UNC, Mrs. " W., . ,
fe-essly,' tree lance ''reporter for
WPTF m : Raleigh,'- Miss Margie
Boyles, flight attendant on the
Eastern Airlines. .
The workshop is sponsored by
the North , Carolina'. Council of
Women's Organizations and the
Extension - Division of UNC.
Thirty-three organizations were
represented by the 100 ladies
Mrs. White commented that
she wished every club officer m
Perquimans could have attended
the workshop, . . , ; x.
UFA Boys Back
Members of the Perquimans
NFA ' Chapter v enjoyed . them
selves tast week at the S. B-
Simmons Memorial NFA Camp
at Hammocks Beach, Swansboro,
N. C. All boys participated in
the activities. -i V . ' '
Classes began at 9:00 to 12:00
noon at which time three classes
were conducted: Arts . Crafts,
Electricity and "swimming. In
the afternoon various sports were
conducted. '" ., .'. .
On Wednesday evening the
campers put on a talent show to
entertain their , fellow campers
as well, as for the pleasure of
The following boys made the
trip : Harold Frierson, Arthur
Newby, Melton TCnight,- Elwood
Wynn, Eugene Ebron; (Howard
Overton; Paul -iBurke, Leonard
Parker, Henry Watson, Joseph
Eightfoot, Petigrew Riddick, Sid
ney" Lightfoofrand' Leslie Light
foot " i T ' ,' ,
King A. Williams accompanied
the boys on the p. ,
Commissicr.jrs Tq, ..' "
Commissioners for Perquimans
County will , hold their August
meeting, next Monday, August 5,
in the Court House, beginning
at 10 o'clock. v
Individuals 6 ' Ing to confer
with the bow:i are requested to
note time a I . i tf i.-eeting.
FULL OF FRILLS June is the time for brides, and a Paris
designer has taken advantage of this fact. He created this
coquettish bonnet delicately edged with a frill that is
gently-covered with lengths of tulle.
13 Local 4-'Hers
In State Contest
Thirteen Perquimans County
i ,., , amnn mnra thnn
1)400 ers to participate in
. activities ' at North Carolina
state College July 22-27.
' Joe Ti White, Jr., was named
state runner-up in the peanut
production demonstration con.
test. Others competing in state
competition were Mark Thomp
son, forestry; Tommy : Harrell,
fruit and vegetable marketing;
Judy Long and Billy Williams,
poultry marketing, and Nancy
Mathews, . dress revue. ; Ann
Nowell was among 34 state blue
ribbon winners in health.
A dance team, the Perquimans
Perquetts, composed of Harriett
Williams, Judy Long, Lou Vick
ers,, Brenda Byrurh, Peggy Am
brose, and Barbara Harrison per
formed at the Wednesday morri
ing assembly. " . '"' 1 ' "
Beth Hurdle, Eastern District
President,, served as an usher' for
the morning assemblies and lsot
i; State' 4-H; Club"' Week , is .held
annually tjf state finals in dem
onbtratio'ris ' and father phases , of
chjbi work;1 Featured during Jhe
week' wis the U.''S.'Marine:Band
CQticert, the Horior ' Club gap
ping,' 'the, ' State' Dress Revue, , the
State Health Pageant, the State
Talent Review, and. the election
of state officers .for the coming
Delegates attended classes in
the morning. "Even though the
classes are not 'considered' the
most significant part of -the
week,"- remarked Mrs. Paige
Underwood, ''they do have a
place in completing Club Week.
The 'jfour-' morning classes which
were; held Tuesday through Fri
day gave 4-H'ers art fapportunity
to , learn about' tirnely subjects.
'Know. Your :Government' class'
was highlighted : with a rip to
th , State : Capitol and a tour
to. the new State House. One
class ! included ' a 'civil defense
study, entitled ''What 'Happened
When Man Split An Atom'.
Other classes were : 'Be Free'
and "Your Career' Are You
Ready for It?' i These classes
were informative and interest
Carroll McDonnell, Honor Club
member, :'and Ed. Nixon, adult
leader, along ; 'with " Associate
Home Agent, Mrs. Paige Under
wood, and Assistant Farm Agent
Tom, Brown, accompanied, the
group to Raleigh. ; ;?
Reported In County
. ; Two break-ins, one at Fred's
Grocery in WinfalL and the oth
er at Alton Moore's Service Sta
tion 'at Oak Point, were report
ed last". .Wednesday , night or
early Thursday morning. .
; Entry, was made to. the Win
fall ' Store by the front door.
Cigarettes l and possibly r some
smoked, meat were reported
missing. , , ; -
Moore's Service Station was
entered through a front window.
The thief or thieves took from
there, cigarettes, possibly a case
of bear, and a counter nut vend
: Bocal ; officers are reported
Working pn the cases. '
- MASONS TO MEET
v erouimans - Masonic Xodge
X III meet Tuesday night at 8
o'clock. All members are urged
to be present
A Look Backward
At Fonnd In The Parqnlmani .
iftUy Ftlea'oi Teaterymr
J. T. Winslow Recalls Invasion
Of Yankees: It happened more
, than 70 years ago, but J. T.
Winslow, 82 years old, remem
bers as though it were yesterday
when the Union soldiers camped
near Whiteville Grove Church
in the -upper section of Perquim
!ans County and when they car-
ried off the horses and mules of
those who were .not put on guard
in advance of the coming of the
soldiers. Mr, Winslow is eighty
two years old. He was a small
boy in the sixties. But he re
calls that his father had taken
the family off for a visit to his
brother who lived in the Turn
pike. They were riding in an
old-fashioned horse cart when
they met T. L. White. "Exum,'!
aid Mr. White to' Mr, 'Wlnslowj
"the Yankees ' are coming, and
they are taking' everything theyj
can get. They are carrying off
all the Negroes and are taking
also horses and i mules.'.' Mr.
White Was warning his neigh
hjvs. ,H Jiad,,;mehowp8ined
me liuuruiauon as lo uie activi
ties of the Yankees' and he was
doing what he could to protect
the property of his neighbors. It
was no time to make a visit. In
iess time than it takes to. tell it
Mr. ' Winslow turned his horse
and headed for home, this time
in a quick trot. Exum Winslow
had two sons older than J. T.
Winslow. These boys were put
in charge of the horses and
mules, which they drove back
into the woods. They camped
out, Mr. Winslow recalls, for
several days, until after the
Yankees had gone. This occur
rence very probably was in De
cember Of 1864, at Newby's
Bridge, which is at Belvidere, in
the vicinity , of Mr. Winslow's
home, and around that date; ac
cording to an extract from "The
War of the Rebellion," is the
spot near Which a company of
soldiers were encamped. Under
date of December 10, 1864, H.
O. O. Weymouth, major and pro
vost marshal Of the First U. S.
Volunteer Infantry, made a jre
port in which he set forth:
'The command left Deep Creek
at 10:30 A. M., reaching South
Mills, N. C, at 2 P. M. There
I halted the command, baited
the horses, then took up my line
of march direct to Newby's
Bridge. Bivouacked for the
night two miles and a half be
yond South Mills1 and posted my
pickets. We remained here un
til daybreak next morning and
resumed our march about 6:00
A. M. We .captured a mart who
claimed to belong to, the ram
Albemarle, and who stated that
himself and fifteen others of the
crew of that vessel came through
that section of the country on a
raid, their principal object be
ing the capture of cotton. This
man, being sick, had been hid
ing ,in the- woods, while bis
companions, ; he supposed, had
'crossed the Chowan River and
it was his intention to do so
also. I think he is worthy of
notice of the commanding gen
eral. Resuming our march, we
went as far as the forks of the
road this side of Newby's Bridge,
where I detached Lt Wilcox with
twenty-five men to go , within
half a mile of Hertford, on .this
side of the river, with instruc
tions to , remain there until I
communicated with him at Hert
ford, while L with the remaind
er of the command, crossed the
Perquimans Riverf Went direct
to Hertford . and ' communicated
with,.him. Here I remained
during the night and made it the
Connttd oa Page
Rev. Jl L Barefoot
Church This Week
The Rev. A. E. Barefoot, who
has pastored the Bagley Swamp
Pilgrim Church since August,
1960 when he and his family re
turned to the United States from
a seven year tour of service in
the Union of South Africa as
missionaries, left this week for
Nahunta where they have ac
cepted the pastorate. Nahunta
is located near Smithfield, N. C.
The Rev. Mr. Barefoot's resig
nation was accepted recently by
his local congregation and his
services at the Bagley Swamp
Pilgrim Church terminated on
The RevV Homer Smith of Co
lumbia, S. C, will arrive on
August 13 to assume duties as
pastor of the Bagley Swamp P;l-
The Rev. and Mrs.
have three children.
ArkilL .Boyce, Burness, By
rum, Cruthers, Chappell, Dail,
Eason, Edwards forehand, Good
win, Hendricks, --Jordan ? Lane,
Lassiter, Moore, Mansfield, New
by, Pa'lin, Perry, Rogerson, Skin
ner, , Topping, Twine, White,
' .am veryt interested in learn
ing who my, ancestors were and
where they . were from before
going . to Chowan and Perquim
ans Counties,' N. 0: Most of
them lived in these two counties
as far as I know about them.
I am trying to compile a record
of my ancestors and would ap
preciate very much any help
that you might give me.
If ypu or some of your ances
tors have any of the mentioned
surnames and lived in either
Chowan or Perquimans County,
t would appreciate it very much
if ' you would ' send me your
pedigree as far back as possible
with as many marriages, dates
of marriage, dates of births and
deaths as you Can. ,:
In return, if you are interest
ed, I will be very glad to check
what records I have to see if I
can add to your pedigree,
MRS. BEULAH GOODWIN,
Route 2, Smithfield, Va.
In the June 28th issue of The
Perquimans Weekly, in "the local
column, a . personal appeared
which read: From Suffolk Mr.
Powell of Suffolk, Va., spent the
week-end with Mrs. Georgia
Roberts. ' This was in error and
should have read: Miss Pearl
Howard of Suffolk, Va., spent
the week-end i with her niece,
Mrs. Georgia Roberts.
Our apologies' to Mrs. Rob
erts. We sincerely, hope that
the personal ' in error that was
printed in June has' not caused
her any embarrassment,
n. . . . ... ; i i
Pfc. John Moore
Marine Private First Class
John Moore, IV, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Moore, III, of Route
1, Hertford, was recently grad
uated from the Field Radio Op
erators' Course, . Communication
School Fleet Marine Force, At
lantic, at Camp Lejeune, N. C.
; The five-week j course teaches
communications students to be
come proficient' in the use of
proper . voice radio procedure
with the many different types of
equipment used by ; the Marine
The new Marine communicat-
.org are how serving with various
units of the Fleet Marine Force,
I Atlantic. l , . . "
William F. Ainsky '
Installing Officer ,'
William F. Ainsley of Hert
ford was, the installing officer
at the installation of officers of
the Pasquotank American Legion
this week at which time C. D.
(Keppy) Ferrell was installed as
Two Injured In
Mrs. George (Elizabeth Caddy)
Baker and her mother, Mrs.
George Caddy, both of Route 3,
were painfully injured last Fri
day afternoon about 3:45 o'clock
in an accident at the north end
of Hertford on the approach of
the Perquimans" River bridge.
'.' Mrs. Baker and her mother
were traveling north and had
just started on the Perquimans
River bridge when they were
met almost headon by a 1951
Plymouth . being driven by
Spangler McMullian, Jr., age 19,
of the U. S. Navy Station at
Norfolk, Va., whose home ad
dress is in the state of Florida.
Mrs. Baker suffered the loss
of three lower teeth, plus a cut
in the lower lip which .went all
the way through. Mrs. Caddy
suffered a jainful knee injury,
and possibly other injuries. Her
head hit the windshield of her
daughter's car with such force
as to break the glass.
Mrs. Baker was treated at the
office of Dr. Allan B. Bonner for
the loss of the teeth, and her
mother was treated at the of
fice of Dr. T. P, Brinn. They
were both taken to the Chowan
Hospital where Mrs. Baker's lip
required, stitches. They were
treated and released.
Spangler told State Highway
Patrolman D. R. Cumbo that
when he approached the bridge
from the south end he was trav
eling about 40 miles an hour but
was reducing his speed when he
went over the center line and
struck the Baker car. He was
charged with operating on the
wrong side of the road.
Patrol' Cumbo was assisted by
Captain B. L. Gibbs who direct
ed traffic at the scene of the
accident. : '
The Belvidere Home Demon
stration Club met on Tuesday
night at the home of Mrs. Flora
The song 'TDixie" was used to
open the meeting.
Mrs. Hurdle gave the devo
tional, reading the 91st Psalm.
She centered her comments on
the fourth verse, followed with
Mrs. Billy White, the agent.
gave an interesting demonstra
tion on "Cook, Freeze Ahead"
She showed the "Sign Posts"
for a safe cooked frozen food.
They are (1) Freshly cooked; (2)
Quickly chilled; (3) Well pack
The announcements were made
and the club agreed to take part
in the Farm Festival on Septem
The August picnic was dis
cussed and plans made to hold
it at the Recreation Center in
Hertford. All members were
urged to attend with their fam
ilies. The club collect was repeated
after which the hostess served
Wears Seat Belts
' Dr. and Mrs. John Glasson and
children, Mary Park, Johnnie,
George, Joel, Jean and Jennie,
and their French poodle "Molly"
spent an hour in Hertford with
Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Brinn and
family on their way from Dur
ham, by way of Camp Sea Gull
to spend their vacation at Wade-
ing Creek, Long Island.
The Glassons traveled by sta
tion wagon, trailer with boat
containing luggage and a sail
boat 1 on top of the wagon.
Each . member of the family
including , "Molly" the French
poodle was fitted with and used
a seat belt for traveling, even
their shortest trips.
Dr. Glasson is brother of, Mrs.
T. P. Brinn.
be used on the 1964 Hertford
City license tags ; . . yours may
jbe selected.' -.f,-
Dr. Ilo.'te Smitfi On
Dr. Hoke Smith, " Jr.. son of
Mrs. Evelyn Parker Smith Bak
er and the late Hoke Smith and
grandson of Mrs. J. H. Parker of
Charleston, S. C, a former na
tive and resident of this county
before moving to Charleston a
number of years ago, is now
field representative for the For
eign Mission Board in the
southern part cf South America
Dr. Smith was a Southern
Baptist missionary in Cali, Co
lombia, for eight years, having
served in Colombia since 1953.
He is married to the former
Wanda Karnes. Dr. and Mrs
Smith have four children, Ar
leigh, Lesesne, Hoke, III and
Parker K. W.
In February, 1962, Dr. Hoke
Smith, Jr., was named as field
representative for the Southern
Baptist Foreign Mission Board
in the southern part of South
America. As missionary he
serves in a liaison capacity be
tween the board's secretary for
Latin America and Southern
Baptist missionaries in Argen
tina, Chile, Uruguay and Para
guay. Before his election as field
representative, Dr. Smith and
his wife served as professors in
the International Baptist Theo
logical Seminary in Cali, Co
lombia, for eight years.
Dr. and Mrs. Smith and fam
ily arrived this month in Buenos
Aires, Argentina, where they
will make their home.
The Argentine Baptist Con
vention is now in its fifty
fourth year of evangelization of
the 21,000,000 people in Argen
tina. A study of the "Convention-Mission
reveals the extensiveness of the
work of the convention.
The 192 Baptist churches of 14
associations sponsor' about 135
missions and preaching stations.
About 75 of the" churches are
participating in the cooperative
The Mission Board of, the
convention has five missionary
ejsuples and two young ladies
sierving in the north 'and south'
of-Argentina. Efforts are being
made to extend the work over
a wider area.
Rotary Club, 6:15
Masonic Lodge . '
Becky Roberson j.
H. B. Miller , (
Mrs. C. C. Mansfield, Jr.
Mrs. Mark J. Gregory
Lions Club, 6:15
John W. Harrison
Mary Ruth Dail
Mrs. Ruth E. Winslow
Lee Blanchard Morgan
Noah Reed Fel ton
Edward Byrum i,
G. Gregory Beck
Mr.' and Mrs. D. M. Jackson
Carson Spivey, Jr. j
Frank "Butch" Ward, Jr. J
George Fields "
William F. Ainsley, Jr.
Cecil E. "Buck" Winslow, Jr. ,
William A. Harrison
Winners Announced ;
The winners of last Monday's
master point duplicate bridge
game in Elizabeth City have
been announced. They were:
Afternoon, north and south',
first, Mrs. Worth Gregory and
Mrs. Avery Jones; second, Mrs.
Jack Brinn and ; Mrs. R. S,.
Monds. Jr.. of Hertford t third'.
Mrs. C. H. Robinson and Mrs.
George Scott, , s.r-' - ' '-
East nd west, first, Mrs. Ar-
isecond, Mrs. - J. C. Wood and
' Carlton Perry;. Cird, Mrs. S.' C,
Wg11 and Mrs. Arm Prescott