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Jesus Christ informed the disciples that He wu going to take
His departure from them, and declared that they could not
follow Him. He wanted them to continue loving one another,
thereby proving to all who observed their devotion that they
were His disciples. Motivated by love for his Lord, Peter
impulsively and hastily declared that regardless of the
inability of others to follow Him, he was ready to accompany
Him^nd to die in the process if that be necessary. Knowing full
weft that Peter did not have the spiritual stamina to sub
stantiate his avowal, Christ bluntly told him that he would
deny Him three times before the cock crowed in the morning.
John 11:25-27
On three different occasions during the trials of the Lord
Jesus, Peter denied that he was a disciple of the Saviour,
whereupon the cock crew in fulfillment of the prediction of
Christ. Any person who gets out of communion with the Lord,
out of fellowship with Christians, and consorts with evil
companions, always does the wrong thing.
John 21:15-11
After he had sinned grievously in denying his Lord, Peter
had shed bitter tears over his sin, and had made full and frank
confession of it, whereupon he had received forgiveness and
had been restored to sweet fellowship with Christ, but he was
in need of restoration to service also.
Following the delightful breakfast which Christ had
provided and prepared for the disciples, Christ again turned
His attention to Peter and dealt with him. To Peter Christ put
the pointed question: "Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me
more than these?" By that question Christ was asking, "Do
you love me deeply and devotedly?" Peter's response was
equivalent to saying, "I have an affection for thee," or "I am a
friend of yours." Then Christ repeated His question, using the
stronger word for "love," and Peter replied using the weaker
word for "love." The third time Christ asked the question He
used Peter's word for "love." Crying out with anguish, Peter
said: "Lord, thou knowest all things, thou knowest that I love
thee." He meant that he had a genuine affection for Christ.
Stallings promoted
The administration of Pitt
County Memorial Hospital
announced the promotion of
John B. Stallings to Assistant
Hospital Director at it's
regular October board
meeting.
Mr. Stallings has been
Director of Pharmacy Service
for the last ten years.
Mr. Stallings is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
Stallings of 202 Woodland
Circle, Hertford, N.C. He is
married to the former Connie
Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmie Sawyer of
Hertford. They have two
children, Shannon and
Geoffrey.
Friendship seniors
Fifty members of the
Friendship Senior Citizen Club
of Perquimans County met
last week with the president,
Mrs. Rosa B. Gibbs,
presiding.
The raffle for the afgan that
was to have taken place on
January 15th has been post
poned until February 12th.
The election of 1980 officers
are as follows: President-Mrs.
Rosa B. Gibbs; Vice
President-Mrs. Anna Holley;
Secretary-Mrs. Annie M.
Hurdle; Assistant Secretary
Mrs. Sadie Davis; Treasurer
Mrs. Eulah Riddick;
Reporter-Mrs. A. N.
Kingsbury; Chaplin-Mrs.
Linnie Speller.
Mrs. Virginia Hoffler will
work on a scrapbook for the
group.
The Friendship Senior
Citizen Club will meet each
Tuesday after the second
Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
CARD OF THANKS
I want to thank everyone for all the prayers,
flowers, cards, gifts and visits during my stay
in the hospital and since my return home.
Your kindness and thoughtfulness will
always be remembered.
RAYMOND STANTON
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to thank each one that
remembered me with cards, flowers,
gifts, phone calls, visits, prayers, and
other expressions of concern during
my illness.
May you receive a blessing for your
kindness.
Winston Lane, Sr.
CARD OF THANKS
Our sincere thanks for your warm
expressions of love and sympathy shown
us during our recent loss.
We will always remember each one who
reached out to comfort us.
Jeanne C. White and Family
For Your Information
Dear friends,
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In our sophisticated society, we can
print with pride that in the last 15
years more has been written about
death, grief, and bereavement than
in all previous recorded history. We
are pleased that these 'open letters'
have been o part of that wholesome
education to the realities of life and
death for our community.
MM
. Respectfully,
SWINDELL
FUNERAL ttOHE
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Pick a winner
Six year-old Jennifer Worrel selected the winner in the P.H.S.
Health Carreers Club drawing for SO gallons of gasoline.
Asisting her were club president Dee Hurdle, (1), and vice
Extension news
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PAIGE UNDERWOOD
Spend with caution is the watchword for today's consumers.
George Buchanan, an English poet cautioned, "a fool and his
money are soon parted". Few of us can drift with impulsive
spending and excessive credit without drowning in unpaid bills
and loss of assets.
How to stay afloat, build and maintain financial security is
the consumer's greatest concern today. This requires making
the right choices when using money by: (1) getting control of
self and his-her thinking (2) getting control of his-her dollars
(3) Don't kid yourself into believing that you are helpless and
that it is the outside factors that control your money. YOU
make the choices for its use.
The following practices enable you to control your dollars !
1. Control starts with planning. Write out a plan for what you
want to do with your money over a year or a month. Identify
how much is to be saved, spent, and shared. Buy the most
important items first and keep spending within income limits.
Keep accurate records of your spending. Remember, it's the
bits of spending here and there that can play havoc with your
budget and put you out of control.
2. Curb costs by changing life style and reducing buying of the
Note Of Appreciation
I wish to express my appreciation to each of
you for your prayers, phone calls, visits, flowers,
cards and all other acts of kindness rendered
me during my stay in the hospital and since
my return nome.
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May God bless each of you.
L. Clinton Wins low, Jr.
CARD OF THANKS
We sincerely appreciate and thank our
friends, neighbors and loved ones for
food, cards, flowers and any other act
of kindness bestowed upon us at the time
of our mother's death. We pray God's
blessings upon each one. Thanks again.
The Family of Virginia V. Dail
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank each individual
and the different church groups for the
cards and acts of kindness and especially
your prayers shown to us while we were
in the hospital and since we returned
home.
Lillian and Howard Williams
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president Jacki Sawyer. Proceeds from the .drawing,
estimated at $130, will go the the Heart Fund.
lesser important items. Schedule money for obligations and
make a list for spending and set priorites. Use money for those
things which will give the greatest value and satisfaction over
the longterm.
3. Reduce prices paid for goods and services in the market
pace: You can save from ten to twenty-five percent by using
store brands instead of nationally advertised brands, com
paring prices and qualities, using seasonal sales for pur
chases, buying promotional sale items, paying cash instead of
using credit, and avoid purchasing excessive amounts.
Cut down on purchase of those goods and services which are
desired but not necessary. Control your money. !
Civic calendar
Thurs. Jan. 24
Alcoholics Anonymous
Hertford United Methodist
Church-8p.m.
Al-Anon-Hertford United
Methodist Church-8 p.m.
Perq. Co. Jaycettes
Bethel Ruritan Club
Fri. Jan. 25
Sat. Jan. 26
Perq. Co. Marching Unit
Spaghetti Supper-P.H.S. 5 to 7
p.m.
Sun. Jan. 27
Mon. Jan. 28
Perq. Union PTA-7:30 p.m.
Perq. Co. Rescue Squad
Tues. Jan. 29
Hertford Rotary Club
Wed. Jan. 30
Perq. Ext. Homemakers
Coun.
Jaycettes Dir. Meeting
Cook's
6
EDNA WOLVERTON
This is a delicious coffee cake or dessert with any meal ^
stores well and is a real favorite way to use apples. .7
Cream V4 cop margarine and 1 cup sugar. Add 2 eggs and Li
tip. Tanilla - mil well. Sift together 2 cups dour, 1 tsp. baking
powder, 1 tsp soda and V4 tsp. salt. Add this to creamed mix^
ture alternately with 1 cup sour cream. Fold in 2 cups finely.?
chopped apple. Spread batter in 13 by I by 2 inch greased^
baking pan. Combine Vi cup chopped nuts, V4 cup brown sugar.u
1 tsp. ground cinnamon and 1 Tsp. melted margarine. Sprinkled
over batter. Bake at 350 for 35 1*40 minutes.
Area obituaries *?
Whedbee
Miss Gwendolyn Deloris
Whedbee, 20, of Route 3,
Hertford died Sunday night in
the Duke Hospital, Durham
following a long illness.
She was the daughter of the
Rev. Calvin and Mrs. Susie
Hoffler Whedbee of Hertford.
A native of Perquimans
County, she was a member of
the Melton's Grove Baptist
Church, its Sunday school,
Junior Usher Board and
Junior Choir.
She was a student at
Elisabeth City State
University, where she was an
English major and was on the
Vice-Chancellor's Honor Roll
She was a member of the
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,
Inc.
Other survivors include two
brothers, E-l Paris M.
Whedbee of Fort Jackson,
S.C., ahd Airman 2nd Class
Calvin Whedbee Jr. of
Langley Field, Va.; a paternal
grandmother, Mrs. Willetta
Whedbee of Hertford; and a
step-maternal grandmother,
Mrs. Anna B. Hoffler of
Philadelphia, Pa.
A funeral was held Thur
sday at 1 p.m. at the Melton's
Grove Baptist Church in
Winfall by the Rev. J.W. Law.
Burial was in Westlawn
Memorial Park, Elizabeth
City.
Lowe-Stallings Funeral
Home in Hertford was ty
charge of arrangements, "i.
Miller ?A
Ralph Edgar Miller. 12, ofi
607 Pennsylvania Avenue died"
suddenly in his home on Jan.-.
14.
A native of Perquimaniu
County, he was the son of MrC"
Bessie Howell MUler of RodV,
2 and the late Ellis Miller. He"
was a retired car inspector fojx
the Norfolk-Southern Railroad ,
and was a member of Cedar ,
Grove United Methodisii
Church. ' , j
Besides his mother, he ft,
survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Wayne (Arlene) Dunbar 4
Elizabeth City; two sons,,
Norman Miller of Hertford
and Eddie MUler of Elizabeth
City; and three grand
children. , -
Funeral services wer^j
conducted Wednesday at ^
p.m. in the Cedar Grove,
United Methodist Church by(
the Rev. Arthur Wall. Burial ,
followed in the churclS"^
cemetery with Swindel^
Funeral Home in charge. . !
Jerry Whedbee sang "How
Great Thou Art" and "Jesui,
Is Always There." He watt"
accompanied by Mrs. Arthur
Wall, pianist. ?
Pallbearers were Jadk
Symons, Kenneth Miller,
George Roach, Ned Nixom.
Jr., Julian Matthews and Joel
Hollowell, Jr.
CARD OF THANKS
With deep gratitude I would like to thank all for
the kindness shown me through my recent illness
in the hospital and since I returned home. Thanks
for all the money, cards, gifts, flowers, visits and
most of all for your prayers. Friends like you are
a part of my "Daily Bread".
Carroll Williams
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REED OIL COMPANY
(Exxon Products)
e ? ' i HlmramarWi ri
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank all of our
friends and relatives for the many
acts of kindness during the illness;
and passing of our daughter.
Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Whedbee J
PEOPLES BANK &
TRUST COMPANY
MEMBER OF FDIC .
, HERTFOKQ, N.C.
    

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