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Volume 28-No. 51
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To New
Frank C. Winslow of North
western Bank has been
named County Key Banker for
Iredell County to coordinate tl ie
agricultural activities of tt e
North Carolina Bankeip
Association in this area.
NCB A President L.R. Bowers
of Whiteville announced Win
slow will serve in the Kiy
Banker post for the next 12
Winslow has been named t he
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assistant director tor larm ana
oublic relations at North-
western Bank.
Winslow, his wife, Judy; and
son. John, live on the Old
'Civic Meetings
Janet Bunch j
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Lane
Anniversary . .
Jamie S. Godfrey i
Christmas Day j
Mrs. D.M. Jackson.
Perq. Co. Rescue Squad
Belv. - Ch. Hill Firemen
; Henry c. Stokes, in
Irvin Long, Jr.
Diane Lamb
James E. Perry
Oaul Cnff T a n a
Hertford Rotarv Club
Masonic Lodge
Kinley Dempsey
Adrian Smith, Sr.
Dickie Owens
Julie Robertson
$;anay ciey
'Teeney Woodell
David W. Brewin
Mrs. Mattie Matthews
Bethel Ruritan
'Barbara Symons
Tommy Harrell 1
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nowell
Joannie Perry
Melanie Corprew
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What Christmas
Is All About - -
s scene at the Hertford Methodist Church shows what
Christmas is truly all about.
Mountain Road, route 10,
He has been with North
western Bank for two years.
Winslow is active in the
Statesville Jaycees, Carolina
Dogwood Festival and the Heart
Fund campaign. I
For 27 years, the bankers
association has received
national recognition for its far
reaching program of service to
agriculture in North Carolina.
Bowers called attention to the
projects sponsored by the
association, such as the Annual
Farm Credit Conference which
will again be held in Raleigh,
Feb. 5-6; the two-week school at
N.C. State University for young
farmers who are provided
scholarships given by their
. home community banks, and
the co-sponsorship of the Land
Judging Meet in the interest of
soil conservation. :
Winslow is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Winslow of
Hertford. 1
Rites Held For
Mrs. Eunice Dale
Mrs. Eunice Byrum Dale, 84,
died Wednesday, December 13
at 11:20 p.m. at the home of her
sister Mrs. Samuel Mansfield
on Route 1,, Hertford. J
A native of Chowan County,
she was the daughter of the late
Frank and Mrs. Martha Boyce
Byrum and the widow of
Treadwell Dale.
She was a member of the
Great Hope Baptist Church.
She is survived by a step
daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Hughes
of Portsmouth; two step-sons,
Donovan Dale of Suffolk and
Herbert Dale of Tyner; a sister,
Mrs. Fannie Bunch of Edenton;
three half-sisters, Mrs. Josie
Morris of Edenton, Mrs. Pattie
Peele of Norfolk and Mrs. Helen
Mansfield ofRcutel, Hertford;
two half-brothers, - Robert
Byrum of Edenton and Jesse
Byrum of Norfolk. ; v i
Funeral services were held
Friday at 2:30 in the Chapel of
the Swindell Funeral Home by
the Rev. George Broome and
the Rev. Jesse Ray Mansfield.
. "How Great Thou Art" and
"Beyond The Sunset" were
sung by the choir of the Great
Hope Baptist Church. They
were accompanied by Mrs.
Preston Morgan, organist.
The casket pall was made of
pink carnations, white
chrysanthemums and era
Pallbearers were Sam
Morris, Herbert Byrum, Frank
Mansfield, Irvin Mansfield, Joe
Byrum and J. R. Lane,
Burial was in the Byrum
Family Cemetery In the Rocky
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Bank Of North Carolina Has
Opening Ceremonies
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The Bank of North Carolina is now a part
of the Perquimans County scene. A ribbon-cutting
ceremony was held Monday
morning at the trailer that temporarily
houses the financial institution at the
Harris Shopping Center. Among those
present at the ceremonies were Oakland
Athletics pitching ace, the pride of
Futrell Gets
The Bank of New Bern
merged into North Carolina
National Bank at the close of
business Friday, December 15.
When the doors reopened
Saturday morning, NCNB was
represented in Craven County
for the first time. I
C. James Nelson of Raleigh,
senior vice president and
NCNB's Eastern Region
executive, said that J. Richard
Futrell Jr., former NCNB city
executive in Durham, has been
promoted to senior vice
president and will become area
executive and New Bern city
executive effective Dec. 18.
In addition to New Bern,
Futrell's area will include
NCNB offices in Greenville,
Tarboro, Washington and the
proposed Goldsboro office
scheduled to open late next
spring or early summer.
Futrell joined NCNB in 1960
and i was city executive in
Tarboro for two years before his
promotion and- transfer -to a
similar position in Durham in
the spring of 1969.
. Futrell is a Hertford native
Ensign W:T. ;
Parker Designated
Navy Ensign William T.
Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William A. Parker of Route 3,
Hertford. N.C. was designated
a Naval Flight Officer after
graduating from the Airborne
Tactical Data Systems Course
at the Naval Air Station,
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The course was designed to
train prospective airborne
' combat information center
officers for flight duty aboard
Naval aircraft.
Hertford, Perquimans County, North Carolina, Thursday, December 21,
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Perquimans, Jimmy' 'Catfish' Hunter.
Also on hand were Rev. Norman Harris,
pastor of the Hertford Baptist Church,
County Commission Chairman Lester
Simpson, Mayor Bill Cox and J. Hugh
Rick, president of the Bank of North
Carolina. (Perquimans County Chamber
of Commerce photo by Tom Brown).
and a graduate of the Univer
sity of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill and the School of Banking
of the South at Louisiana State
He is the son of Mrs. J.
Richard Futrell of Front Street
in Hertford and the late Mr.
His wife is the former Billie
Bateman of Tarboro and they
have a daughter, Mary Elliott,
Janet Dail Ddjngj
Practice Teaching
A Hertford student is among
the two hundred and 39 students
from East Carolina University
who are doing their practice
teaching in North Carolina
public schools this quarter.
She is Janet A. Dail, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dail of
Woodland Circle, Hertford.
The intern teachers come
from 56 counties in North
Carolina and 10 other states..
According to Dr. Thomas A.
Chambliss, director of student
teaching, each intern will
conduct regular classes under
the direction of a supervisor and
will receive a grade for his
Janet is a Home Economics
major, teaching at Ahoskie
High School, Ahoskie, N.C.
Perquimans C&urilf drrsendingydulheir Greet"
a Throughout this Christmas issue oj your Ferquh'
mmans Weekly, the merchants and business concerns
Mings in appreciation for their association with you
during the past year of 1972.
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Greetings as they are sent to you most sincerely
by your friendly businesses here in our own home-
town and county.
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ber these friendly folks, who todk tune out of their
busy schedule to send you their Christmas Greetings
and to express their thanks
ing the past year.
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JjraryiTq Close
For Christmas
The Perquimans County
Library will close Wednesday
Dec. 20 at 4:30 p.m. for the
Christmas holidays and re-open
Wednesday morning Dec. 27.
ine DooKmooue win not go on
its regular routes during that
Memorial books received
recently are: Three in memory
of Watson Winslow; Ships
Through the Ages; Antiques of
American Childhood; and
Natural History of North
Carolina; for Alonza Riddick
"Chip" Winslow, Audubon's
Wildlife; for Mrs. Thad
Chappell, The Real China; for
Mrs. G. C. Buck, Linen Cut
work; for Mrs. Julia Elliott
Dixon, Christmas Decorations
Say Welcome; for Joanna
Williford Stiles, Fields of
Wonder, by Rod McKuen; and
for Mr. Arba Winslow,
America's Garden Book.
Other new books in the library
this week are: World Almanac
1973; Queen Victoria, by
Woodham Smith; Love to the
Rescue, by Cartland; Courage,
to Suffer, by Dean; Captive
Maid, by Judson; Calling Nurse
Lorie, by Way; and Justice
Rides a Bay, by Murray.
It's hard to believe that
America was founded to
avoid taxation!
Tribune, Chicago.
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the new year 1973, remem
for your patronage dur
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Service Held For
Myrta Winslow
Mrs. Myrta White Winslow,
72, of 208 N. Church Street, died
Saturday morning at 4:15 in the
Chowan Hospital following an
illness of a week.
A native of Perquimans
County, she was the daughter of
the late Fernando C. and Mrs.
Anna Saunders White and the
widow of Lindsay Clifton
She was a member of the
First United Methodist Church
where she was a life member of
the Women's Society of
Christian Service and a former
church oranist. She was a
former chairman of the
Women's Christian Tem
perance Union.
Surviving are two daughters,
Mrs. Barbara Rose and Mrs.
Betty Jean Beers of Hertford;
her step-mother, the Rev.
Bertha White of Guilford; a
sister, Mrs. Sylvia Winslow of
Route 1, Belvidere; '. three
brothers, F. Murray White of
.Kernersville, Vivian Robert
White of Fayetteville, and
Edwin S. White of Belvidere and
four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday at 11:00 in the First
United Methodist Church by the
Rev. Milton Mann.
Miss Caroline Wright served
as organist.
The casket pall was made of
white chrysanthemums and
Pallbearers were Cecil Ed
ward Winslow, Jack White,
Clinton Winslow, Glenn White,
Tommy Lynn Riddick and Paul
Smith, Sr.
Burial was in Cedarwood
Cemetery with Swindell
Funeral Home in charge of
Elmer E. Chappell
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UieS At Age 71
Mr. Elmer Eroy Chappell, 71,
died Thursday in the Albemarle
Hospital. A native of
Perquimans County, he was the
son of the late Eroy and Mrs.
Sarah White Chappell.
He was a retired farmer and
attended the Hunter's Fork
Pentecostal Holiness Church.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Nellie Baccus Chappell; two
sons, Johnny W. Chappell of
Chesapeake and Melvin
Chappell of Route 2, Hertford;
three daughters, Mrs. Velma
Lane of Route 2, Hertford, Mrs.
Hilda Ridge of Chesapeake and
Mrs. Wanda Twine of Route 2,
Hertford; a sister, Mrs. Gladys
Goins of Portsmouth; two
brothers, Charlie Chappell of
Route 2, Hertford and Earl T.
Chappell of Portsmouth; and 8
Funeral services were held
Sunday at 2:00 in the Hunter's
Fork Pentecostal Holiness
Church by the Rev. L. T.
Chappell, The Rev. Harold
Leake and the Rev. I. R. Bac
cus. Burial was in West Lawn
Cemetery in Elizabeth City.
"At The Cross" was sung by
the Kindred Trio, accompanied
by Irvin Baccus, Jr., organist.
"We Shall Know Him By The
Nailprints In His Hands" was
sung by Mrs. Alice Chappell and
Mrs. Viola Overman. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Joyce
Perry, organist. .
The casket pa 11 was made of
i tea carnations, wnue
5 chrysanthemums, baby's
breath and fern.
Pallbearers were George
Smith, Winston Chappell,
Herbert Ray Chappell, Owen
Ray Bell, Wayne Chappell and
Odell Baccus.
Swindell Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
Christmas Pageant
There will be a Christmas
Pageant conducted at the
Hertford Assembly of God
Church on Sunday, December
24 at 8:30 p.m.
Rev. Lam Underwood ex
: tends his invitation to the
Perquimans District
Court In Brief Session
Judge Wilton Walker presided
at the Wednesday session of
Perquimans County District
Court and found Ruby Jones
guilty of failure to send minor
children to school. The defen
dant received a 6 months
sentence suspended for 5 years
with the following conditions
1. defendant shall send all
minor children of school age to
school on a regular basis and
Susan Harrel Elected
To Phi Beta Kappa
Miss Mary Susan Harrell of
Hertford is among 15 students
who have been elected recently
to membership in the Epsilon
Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at
the University of North
Carolina at Greensboro.
Miss Harrell, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles M. Harrell
Jr., of Hertford, is a senior
English major and plans a
teaching career.
The students were elected to
Phi Beta Kappa on the basis of
their high academic
achievement in the liberal arts
during their undergraduate
years at UNC-G. Phi Beta
Kappa was established in 1776
at William and Mary College to
honor students with outstanding
academic records. Since, then, it
has become national in scope.
UNC-G is one of only five
colleges and universities in
North Carolina which has a Phi
Beta Kappa chapter. The other
schools are Davidson, Duke
University, UNC-CH and Wake
Forest University.
A Look Backward
NIGHT": "Farmers Night" at
the Rotary Club Tuesday night
was a great occasion, with
covers laid for forty five, and a
fine dinner served by Hotel
Hertford. L. W. Anderson, who
was chairman of the program
secured as speaker for the
occasion Chas. A. Sheffield,
assistant to the Director of
Agriculture in North Carolina.
Before the serving of the dinner,
the group sang "America".
L.W. Anderson lead the singing
with Mrs. R.M. Riddick at the
piano, after which J.M.
Copeland, of Belvidere, asked
the blessing. A.W. Hefren an
nounced that it was time for the
stunt. He called Dr. C.A.
Davenport, Dr. Luther H.
Butler and E.W. Lordley and
handed them each a broom,
which he asked them to
"Climb". The climbing was
done with the fingers of the
right hand alone. Dr. Butler
won the contest and was
presented with a miniature pair
of pajamas. Those present
included J.E. Winslow, Roy S.
Chappell, J.M. Fleetwood, E.M.
Perry, S.D. Banks, J.C. Baker,
L.W. Anderson, J.C. Stokes, Dr.
E.S. White, W.E. White, Mrs.
W.E. White, E.D. Matthews,
Geo. W. Alexander, D.S.
Darden, Geo. W. Nowell, J.T
Johnson, W.E. Dail, J.H. Baker,
A.W. Hefren, Demsey Winsow,
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see that they come properly
clothed and clean on each
school day ; 2. she must see that
children retire early; 3. in
addition, she must keep said
children off the streets after 8
p.m. unless accompanied by
her, or unless they have the
approval of the Police
Department of Hertford. The
defendant was, also, taxed with
the costs of court;
Roy Stanley Pierce, charged
with non-support of children,
was given a 6 months suspended
for 5 years with the conditions
1. must pay $30.00 per week
beginning immediately and to
be paid each week no later than
Friday; 2. pay cost of Capias; 3.
shall with reasonable frequency
(at least once each month)
report his current earnings
employment status and shall
inform Clerk of Superior Court
of his address.
Cause retained for further
orders. Case on support of wife
was continued;
Albert Eugene Moore,
charged with driving under the
influence of intoxicating liquor,
was given a 90 day sentence
suspended for 12 months on the
condition that he pay a fine of
$125.00 and costs, and not
operate a motor vehicle in the
State of North Carolina for a
period of 12 months. An appeal
was noted and the case was
placed on the Superior Court
Docket. Bond was set at $500.00;
Nell Lawrence Bowen was
taxed with a fine of $10.00 and
costs on a speeding charge.
4rHer s Participate
In Christmas
Perquimans County 4-H'ers
participated in a Christmas
crafts workshop on December 9
at the County Office
Auditorium. Crafts made from
various remnants and used
materials were made into
beautiful decorations and gifts
appropriate for the holiday
season. Participants were
representative of the various 4
H clubs throughout the county.
The workshop was conducted by
Kerry Jones, Assistant Home
Economics Agent
John T. Lane, T.S. White, S.P.
Morris, Wm. C. Chappell, John
T. Wood, A.T. Lane, J.A. White,
J.C. Blanchard, S.M. Whedbee,
J.W. Jackson, Chas. Johnson,
R.T. Brinn, B.W. Thatch, Percy
Rogerson, Dr. C.A. Davenport,
J.M. Nurney, Ernest White,
E.W. Lordly, J.C. White, Jr.,
Joe Nowell, E.T. White and Dr.
Luther Butler.
James Delmas White, 26, a
native of Hertford, died at the
Edgecombe Hospital in Rocky
Mount Friday night, following
an automobile accident near
Robersonville, in which another
young man was killed outright
and two others seriously in
jured. Mr. White was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. I.A. White of
R.S. Monds has iccepted an
invitation to preach at the
Hertford Baptist Church next
Sunday morning.
PAYS MEMBERS $4,000: Four'
thousand dollars in Christmas
Savings checks was paid out to
members of the Christmas
Savings Club by the Hertford
Banking Co. last week. As a
matter of fact, the amount
lacked 7 cents of being four
thousand dollars, the exact
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