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PEJRQUIMAN
Volume 28-No.26
Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Thursday, June 29, 1972
10 Cents Per Copy
WEEKLY
Average
Income $5,124 In
Perq u tm ans County
Average family income was
15,124 in Perquimans County,
North Carolina in 1969, com
pared with $7,774 for the State,
according to a report on the 1970
census by the Bureau of the
Census, U.S. Department of
Commerce. Per capita income
tfor the county amounted to
$1,634, the report shows.
V Hie 1970 census counted 8,351
; residents in the county; 0.1 per
cent were foreign born and 0.4
. per cent native born with one or
' both parents of foreign birth.
; Among the county's 7,761
inhabitants age S and over in
" 1970, 284 were living in a dif
ferent county within the State in
: 1965, and 398 in a different State.
In the population age 16 and
: over, 65 per cent of the men and
; 34 per cent of the women were in
; the labor force. Among the
: employed, 32 , per cent were
: holding white colar jobs, and 17
Managing EditDr
Of Governor's
School Newspaper;
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Kathy Marren, daughter of
Mrs. Peggy S. Muldrow of
Winfall, has been named
managing editor of the
official Governor's School
newspaper. Miss Marren is
a , rising senior . At
Perquimans County High
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week session Kathy is at
tending the Governor's
School in Winston-Salem,
weekly editions of the
newspaper ; J will '.;'. be i
published. Miss Marren's
: major field ..of study y is
j English.
Rev. Milton T. Mann
Assumes Duty As. Pastor
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The Rev. KSton T. Mann assumed his duties as ppstor of
the First United Methodist Church on June 11. Mr, Mann,
who came to Hertford 'from rDuke's Chapel United
Methodist Church in Durham, was born in Sanford, the son
of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Mann. ' -
- He received his Bachelor of Music degree in organ and
voice from East Carolina University in 1958 and his
Bachelor of Divinity from Duke Divinity School in 1961.
Other pastorates held have been Goldsboro, Knightdale,
Warren County and Townsville. v
Mann is married to the former Gaye Wall of Knightdale.
They have four children; Jennifer-9, Tommy-6, Lisa-4
and Roddy-2. MrsI'Mann's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Wall,
completes the parsonage family.
While the parsonage is undergoing renovation,, the
T r.s are living in the Jarvis Home, 221 Dobbs Street.
Family
per cent were government
workers.
About 41 per cent of the
married women with husband
present were in the labor force,
and 34 per cent of these wives
had children under six.
There were 2,383 persons 3 to
34 years old enrolled in school.
In the 25-and-older population,
31 per cent of the men and 41 per
cent' of the women were high
school graduates.
Copies of the report, "General
Social and Economic
Characteristics, North
Caroling," PC (1) - 35C, are
available for $2.50 each from
the " Superintendent of
Documents, U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington,
D.C. 20402, or from U.S.
Department of Commerce field
offices located in major cities.
Birthdays And
Civic Meetings
JULY 2
Roger Winslow
Kenneth Bateman
Bill Stroberg
JULY 3
Gwen Jones
Winfall Town Council
Perq. Co. Commissioners
JULY 4
Independence Day
Sallie McN. Lane
Corey Piercer
Hertford Rotary Club 6:15
Masonic Lodge 8:00
Parksville Ruritan Club
Bethel Fire Dept.
JULY 5 .;.,
Belinda Ann Winslow
Barbara Layden
JULY 6
Mary Alice Thatch
Steve Sutton
D M. Jackson
Bud Miller
Am. Legion Post 126
Lions Club
JULY 7
Cynthia Chappell
Jimmy Copeland
Ronald Wilder
Julie Cherry
Amanda Lynn Mansfield
JULY 8
Jill White
Joseph R. Rogerson
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There will be a dance at the
Elizabeth City Shrine Club on
SaturdayJuly 1, from 9:30 p.m.
to 12:30 a.m.
'' Tom White and his Variety
Pak will be furnishing the
music. ;.
Donations are $5.00 per
couple.
If
Captain
Hardcastle, Jr. Retires
From Active Service
Captain Richard A. Bihr, USN
relieved Captain William H.
Hardcastle, Jr., USN, as
Commanding Officer, Naval
Amphibious Base, Little Creek,
on June 28. The change of
command ceremony began at
11:00 a.m. in Rockwell Hall,
Bldg. 3147, which is located just
inside gate 5 of the Naval
Amphibious Base.
Captain Hardcastle, who
retires from active Naval
service on June 30 upon com
pletion of 30-years com
missioned service, assumed the
post as Commanding Officer at
Little Creek in Feb. 1969. He is
married to the former Mary
Virginia Moore of Geneva,
Illinois and they will continue to
reside in Virginia Beach.
Captain Hardcastle graduate
from the U.S. Naval Academy
in 1942 and subsequently served
on the destroyer' USS
SHUBRICK in the Atlantic,
Mediterranean, Pacific, and
Far Eastern areas until the end
of WWII. The SHUBRICK
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Library Receives
Number Of Books
As Memorials
Again the Perquimans County
Library announces the
acquisition of a number of
beautiful and useful books as
memorials. They are: Carolina
Quakers, by Hinshaw in
memory of Ernest White: The
English House Through Seven
Centuries: The Appalachian
Trail: Cabinet Makers and
Furniture Designers ; Great
Houses of Britain; and Faces
From the Past, all Ave in
memory of Trim Wilson;
Quilting in memory of Mrs.
Sadie Whedbee Bogue; People,
Seas, and Ships in memory of
Royce Vickers; The Hunt
Country of America; American
Game Birds of Field and
Forest; and The Practical
Hunter's Dog Book are three in
memory of Pete Bright; Toys
Through the Ages, in memory of
Mrs. Minnie Reed; and The
Songs and Poems of Rod
McKuen, in memory of Lisle
Matthews.
Other new books in the library
are: The Naive and Sentimental
Lover, by LeCarre; The
Defense Never Rests, by
Bailey; The Americana
Yearbook 1972; Black Music, by
Jones; The Game of Foxes, by
Farago which is the story of
German espionage in United
States and Britain during World
War II; Report From Engine
Company No. 82 by Smith; A
play, Blues for Mister Charlie i
by James Baldwin; The Brains
of Animals and Man, a Literary
Guild selection by Freedman;
For my Own Amusement, a
biography of R. F. Delderfield;
Feathers in th$ , Fire, by
Cookson; Captains and Kings,
by Caldwell; Bonecrack, by
Dick Francis; Out of the Dark,
by Norah Lofts; Lakeland. Vet,
by Joyce Stranger; Modern Art
in the Making, by Myers; A
World of Art. by Cheney. .
Local Students
Make Dean's List -
There , were 163 students ;
named to the College Of The
Albemarle Dean's List for the
Spring Quarter 1972, including
all curriculum programs, ,
Students from Perquimans
making the Dean's List are:,
Braxton Y. Godfrey, Jr., Larry
Gibbsi Brenda A. Harrell,
Patricia M. Harris, Ted W.
Mills, Doris L. Newton, Donna
C. Perry, James H, Shaw, Anita
R. Smith, H. Donald Stallings, :'
Pamela J. Sutton, Nancy R. '
Shannon, Pamelia D. Winslow
and Nancy G. Watson.
One student from
Perquimans, Anita R. Smith,
received all "A's"; for the1"
Spring Quarter.
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Dr. Riemon To
Succeed G R. Tucker,
M.D. As President
Fletcher Rieman, M.D. of Hill, once they completed then
Norfolk, Virginia was installed : first year's training. Speaking
as The rath president of the
Seaboard Medical Association
at its 77th Annual Convention
held last week-end, June 15-18,
at the Carolinian Hotel at Nags
Head, N.C. Rieman succeeded
G. Reginald Tucker, M.D. of
Henderson, N.C. as president of
the two-state association.
Other elected officers were:
First Vice-President! Augustus
A. McLean, Jr., M.D., Mur
freesboro, N.C, Second Vice
President: Julian W. Selig, Jr.,
M.D., Norfolk, Virginia, Third
Vice-President : Charles J .
Sawyer, M.D., Ahoskie, N.C.
Fourth Vice-President:
Richard Neal, Jr., M.D.,
Norfolk, Virginia and Richard
Mladick, M.D., Norfolk,
Virginia.
Much attention was given the
two new-budding medical
schools in the region, Eastern
Virginia Medical School in
Norfolk and the one year school
to open September, 1972 at East
Carolina : University in
Greenville, N.C. Dr. Robert T.
Manning, Dean of EVMS was
one of the program speakers, at
which time he outlined a
proposed "new trend" in
medical education for the
beginning 24 students. Dr. Ira
M. Hardly, n, faculty member
at East Carolina, explained that
the 20 accepted students would
be assured slots at the
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University of North Carolina
School of Medicine at Chapel
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August Draft
Call To Include
Numbers 1-75
The Selective Service System
today announced that all prime
draft candidates with lottery
numbers one through 75 will be
called for induction during
HS;
Men ; attending summer
school who receive induction
orders may have their induction
postponed until the end of the
summer session in which they
are . enrolled unless such
sessions end. before their
scheduled induction date. .
The August induction orders
will be mailed beginning on July
3. Men will be given at least 30
days notice of their induction.
There were no draft calls in the
first quarter of 1972; 15,000 men
were called for April, May, and
June; 7,200 in July. The August
call of 8,900 men will bring the
total of men called thus far in
1972 to 31.100. The Department
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a one er.schooli Dr. Hardy,
said, "this is an initial effort,
however, a one year medical
school is highly impractical and
very costly". He projected
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Felton Assigned
To Ramstein AB
Airman Percell Felton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Felton
of Rt. 1, Hertford, N.C, has
graduated at Sheppard AFB,
Tex., from the U.S. Air Force
aircraft mechanic course
conducted by the Air Training
Command.
The airman, who was trained
to repair current Air Force jet
fighters, is being assigned to
Ramstein AB, Germany, for
duty with a unit of the U.S. Air
Forces in Europe, America's
overseas air arm assigned to
NATO.
Airman Felton attended
Perquimans County High
School.
His wife, Gail, is the daughter
of Mrs. Cherry Chandler of Rt.
1. Hertford.
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Perquimans Horse and Pony Club will hold their annual
Fourth of July show Tuesday at 1:30. As in years past
there will be many horses and events for children and
adult in Western and English Pleasure, Western Speed,
Halter and Pony Roadster. Please plan to attend and help
make this the best show yet! Rain date for this show will
be July 8, 1972 at 1:30.
Will Represent N.C
Home Ec. Assoc. At
Meeting In Michigan
More than twenty home
economists elected as delegates
and alternates will represent
the North Carolina Home
Economics Association at the
63rd Annual Meeting of the
American Home Economics
Association to be held June 26-30
in Detroit, Michigan.
Leaders among the North
Carolina delegation will be the
presiding officer, Dr. Naomi
Albanese, Dean, School of
Home Economics, University of
North Carolina at Greensboro,
who is serving as president of
the American Home Economics
Association. Mrs. Elizabeth
Hartsell of Kernersville,
president, North Carolina Home
Economics Association will
chair the state group.
Over 6,000 people will convene
to develop and discus the annual
meeting theme: MOTIVATION
FOR INVOLVEMENT - how
home economists can effect
social, economic and
educational change in society.
Voting delegates from N.C.
are: Miss Womona Bierbaum,
Mars Hill; Mrs. Clarinda Britt,
Newton; Miss Jan Christensen
and Mrs. Frances Massey,
Raleigh; Mrs. Shirley Glover,
Wilmington; Miss Shirley L.
Kenkel, Statesville; Dr.
Funeral Services
Held For AArs.
Minnie D. Perry
Mrs. Minnie Dail Perry, 67,
died Tuesday at 3:05 p.m. in the
Albemarle Hospital following a
long illness.
A native of Chowan County,
she lived at 314 Sunset Drive.
She was the widow of John
Raleigh Perry and the daughter
of the late Charlie and Mrs.
Nettie Monds Dail.
She was a member of the
Hertford Baptist Church and
the Woman's Missonary
Society.
Surviving are a daughter,
Mrs. Beatrice P. Riddick of
Hertford; a son, Lester Perry of
Chesapeake, Va.; and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Thursday at 3:00 in Cedarwood
Cemetery by the Rev. Norman
Harris, pastor of the Hertford
Baptist Church.
"Lord, I'm Coming Home"
was sung by the Men's Chorus
of the Hertford Baptist 'Church.
The casket pall was made of
white mums, red roses and fern.
Pallbearers were Spurgeon
King, Clarence Base, Joseph
Perry, Jr., George Winslow,
Gene Phillips and Fenton
Cartwright.
Swindell Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
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Richard Klemer and Dr.
Rebecca Smith of Greensboro;
Dr. Miriam B. Moore, Green
vile; and Mrs. Minnie B. Taylor
of Hertford. Alternate delegates
are: Mrs. Henrietta Auman,
Hillsborough; Mrs. Anne Clapp,
Research Triangle Park; Mrs.
Nancy P. Goodgame. Concord;
Miss Lorna Langley and Miss
Iola Pritchard of Raleigh; Miss
Loqise Lowe, Greensboro; Mrs.
Phoebe Putnam and Mrs. Lynn
O. Weinge of Asheville;
Miss Margaret Ward of High
Point; and Mrs. Louise W.
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Charles L Brewer
Ordained Sunday
Charles "Dick" Brewer, a
native of Tarboro, N.C. and
presently residing in Hertford,
N.C, was ordained to the gospel
ministry on June 25, 1972, by the
Hertford Baptist Church. He is
the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Brewer and is married to
the former Dorothy Corey of
Williamston.
He has served as lay pastor of
Yeopim Baptist Church of
Edenton, N.C. for the past five
years and has spoken in many
churches in the Chowan
Association.
Dr. R. W. Kicklighter, Pastor
of Blackwell Memorial Baptist
Church in Elizabeth City,
presided over the ordination
service. Others participating
were Rev. Norman Harris,
Pastor of Hertford Baptist,
Milton Dail, Jr. and Carroll
Holmes, deacons of Hertford
Baptist Church.
Linda Gail Harrell
Qualifies For
President's List
A student from Hertford won
academic honors at Campbell
College in the spring semster.
Miss Linda Gail Harrell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Harrell, of Hertford qualified
for President's List in Camp
,beH's spring-term.
The President's List names
students who present on the
school's 3.00 scale an ac
cumulative grade-point average
of 2.21 on all work attempted,
beginning with the second
semester at Campbell. The
Dean's List recognizes students
who in the semester just ended
have an academic average of A
or B for a minimum credit load
of 12 semester hours.
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The club is building a new and larger concession stand to
be able to provider better service. There will be hot dogs, .
hamburgers and lots of homemade goodies for the Fourth '
of July show. "
Makes Dean's List At ACC .-
Pauline B. Colson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Colson,
Jr., of Route 3, Hertford was
one of the students named on
the spring semester Dean's List
at Atlantic Christian College.
To earn places on the Dean's
List' students must achieve at
Frances White
Is Delegate To
Girl's State
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Miss Frances White, a rising
Senior at Perquimans High
School, spent last week at the
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro, where she at
tended Tar Heel Girls State. She
was sponsored by the local
American Legion Auxiliary.
Tar Heel-Qirls State was
originated aTt(l",Stablished in
1940 by the American Legion
Auxiliary, Department of North
Carolina, as an Americanism
project to provide for high
school girls of the State an
opportunity to study and
practice citizenship in a
democracy.
Frances is a member of the
Beta Club, FHA, AND Guidance
Club. She is Editor of the Year
Book, and in charge of Publicity
for the Marching Unit. She was
chosen as a delegate to attend
1972 State Health Career's Club
Congress. She was a Candy
Striper at the Albemarle
Hospital, where she is now
employed as a Nurses Aid.
She has been honored with
membership in the Society ''of
Outstanding American High
School Students. She is a
member of the Hertford Baptist i
Church and it's Sunday School,
She is, also, a member of
B.T.U., Acteens, and the Youth
Choir.
Frances is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of
Route 1, Hertford. Her father is
a Veteran of World War II.
W.E. Lane
Honored On
Father's Day
Mr. and Mrs. W. Eugene
Boyce honored Mr. Boyce's
grandfather, W.E. Lane, on
Father's Day with a picnic
dinner served on the lawn of
their home in Winfall.
The forty five local guests
included the honoree's seven
daughters and sons, sixteen
grandchildren, seven great
grandchildren, and his brother,
E E. Lane, from New Bern.
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least a 3.20 (B-plus) grade
average for the semester while ,
carrying a minimum of 12 '
semester hours. ;
; Three hundred and fifty-one
Atlantic Christian College
students earned places on the
Dean's List
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