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Moo. Jan. M
Aborted Juice
frutt Muffin
Bakocheez Burger
Sliced Peaches
Ffench Fries
Hot Bun
Milk
Tues. Jan. 29
Pineapple Tidbits
?*m Biscuits
Milk '
ChiHi Beans
Lettuce & Tomato
Aplesauce
Cheese Biscuit
Milk
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Wed. Jan. 30
Banana
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Toast-Jelly
MUk
Cibuntry Style Steak
Whipped Potatoes
Fresh Pear
Cranberry Sauce
Cornbread
Milk
laurs. Jan. 31
Cheese Danish
Assorted Juice
Milk
Pork Barbecue
Cole Slaw
French Fries
Bice Pudding
Hot Bun
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Tri. Feb. 1
Mixed Fruit
Cinnamon Toast
Milk \
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Chicken Pot Pie
Candied Yams
Green Peas
Cranberry Sauce
Toasted French Bread
Milk
PKRQUIMANS HIGH
Moo. Jan. 21
Hamburger or Submarine
Sliced Peaches
French Fries
Green Beans
Hot Buns
Milk
Tues. Jan. 29 -
Chili Beans or Pissa
Lettuce & Tomato
Applesauce
French Fries
Cheese Biscuit
Milk
Wed. Jan. 30
Country Style Steak or Pork
Pattie-Bun
Whipped Potatoes
Fresh Pear
Mixed Greens
Cranberry Sauce
Cornbread
Milk
Thurs. Jan. 31.
Pork Parbecue or Chicken
Pattie
Cole Slaw
Buttered Corn
French Fries
Hot Buns
Milk
Fri. Feb. 1
Chicken Pot Pie or Sloppy Joe
Bun
Candied Yams
Pear Halves
Green Peas
Cranberry Sauce
Toasted French Bread
Milk
Rec happenings ]
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BILLY WOOTEN J
?In Adult games last week, the Hornets remained in first
riace with a 70-68 victory over the All-Stars. Woodard'i moved
tato second place by winning two times last week, over Pioneer
feed and the All-Stars. The Adults are at the halfway mark in
?eir season. '
? The Union Tiger boys won over Currituck last week, with the
rirls losing. In high school action, the varsity boys upset
Northhampton, 62-61. The jayvees also won, with the girls
yfidget action
In Midget basketball action
Hit week, the Royals defeated
the Falcons, 37-20. Melvin
Jennings led the Royals with
Airteen points. Scott Dizon
g^jad seven points for the
^falcons.
<-In the second game, the
Hacks surprised the Nuggets,
&14. Sean Jackson led the
lucks with twelve points, and
Johnny Jackson added nine.
The Midgets will play this
.Saturday morning and Sunday
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afternoon at the Union Gym.
STANDINGS
Royals 2-0 3-1
Bucfrs 2-1 3.2
Nuggets 1-1 3.2
Devils 1-1 i-2
Falcons 0-3 o-4
Open jumper
Troy Jackson had plenty of room for this
jumper against the Northampton jayvee
squad Friday night. Perquimans came out on
top, 64-60. (Photo by MIKE McLAUGHLIN)
Local students honored
at N.G. universities
N.C. State
RALEIGH? Almost 2,000
students earned Dean's List
honors during jhe fall
semester at North' Carolina
State University for
mastering studies in the
sciences, technologies,
humanities and arts, Chan
cellor Joab L. Thomas an
nounced.
James C. Wilson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J.C. Wilson Jr. of
Route 4, Hertford, received
recognition for a perfect 'A'
record.
Students from Perquiftians
County who received
recognition for a 'B + '
average or better were:
William B. Jennings, son of
Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Jennings of
Rt. 4, Hertford; Brenda C.
Sawyer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W.L. Sawyer Jr., of 102
Gaither St; and Timothy H.
Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J.C. Wilson of Route 4, Hert
ford.
ECU
GREENVILLE? Students
earning academic honors at
East Carolina University
during the fall semester
represent 91 of the state's 100
counties, 28 states and the
District of Columbia and five
foreign countries.
Most elite of the honors is all
A's. Those making the Dean's
List must earn a solid B plus
average with no grade below
C. The Honor Roll includes
students with a B average and
no grade below C.
ECU students honored from
Perquimans County are:.
ALLA'i
Mary Wood Hurdle, Route 1,
Hertford, NC
DEAN'S LIST
Vicky Lee Chappell, Route 1,
Belvidere, NC
HONOR ROLL
Anna E. Winslow, Route 1,
Belvidere, NC
Clark Duane Baker, Route 2,
Hertford, NC
Nancy Kemp Gallup, Route 3,
Hertford, NC
Betty Lynn Hurdle, Castleton
Ave., Hertford, NC
Jo Anne Meads, Route 1,
Hertford, NC
Edward T. Spellman, Cox
Street, Hertford, NC
UNC-G
Miss Suzanne Stokes of
Hertford completed
requirements for the degree of
Master of Library Science at
the end of fall semester at the
University of North Carolina,
Greensboro. While enrolled in
the graduate school, she
served as assistant to the
Anyone who would like
to give a MEMORIAL
GIFT to the Perquimans
County Unit of the
North Carolina Heart
Association (in memory
or in honor of some
one) is asked to con
tact:
Roy S. Chipped, Jr.
Memorial Gift Chairman
SPECIAL GIFTS should
be sent to:
Mis. Joyce Riddick,
Special Gifts Chairman
Acknowledgement of the dotation
h mad* immediately by the Heart
Association to the donor and to the
family of the panan in whose memory
or honor the gift is nude.
we kept It very simple.
faculty in the Department of
Library Science and
Educational American
Library Association in Dallas,
Texas.
Miss Stokes, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Stokes,
Jr., has accepted a position in
the library of Bennett College,
Greensboro, N.C.
Union PTA
The Perquimans Union P. T.
A. will have its next meeting
on Monday, January 28, at
7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium at
the school.
Mrs. Carter, Public Health
nurse from Perquimans
County, will give the program.
The meeting is open to the
public.
SISTER MARY
Faith Healer
God given power to
heal by prayer. She
helps on love, marriage,
business and health.
Call for appointments
482-9864
In upset victory
Pirates dump Rams
The Perquimans Pirates
ended up on top in a run and
gun 62-61 upset win over
conference foe Northampton
Friday night.
Hot shooting and a fast
moving offense spelled first
half domination for the
Pirates, as they soared to a
nine point halftime lead, 35-26.
In the third quarter, though,
the Pirate guns went stone
cold, scoring only nine points,
and they had to scramble from
behind on a two baskets in the
final 30 seconds to take the
win.
Pirate guard Bobby Tolson
fired in a long range bomb
from the corner with just over
30 seconds showing, then
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Johnny Frierson misled
another corner shot but
followed and scored with
seven seconds remaining.
Using several timeouts,
Northampton scrambled to
get the ball upcourt, but the
clock ran out on a jump ball,
and the Pirates took the win.
Leading scorers for the
Pirates were Ellis Everette,
with 14 points, Frierson, with
13, and Tony Hickson, with 12.
Northampton had been
ranked eighth in the state by
the Raleigh News and Ob
servor.
In junior varsity action,
Perquimans ran its record to
7-1 with a 64-60 win over
Northampton.
Perquimans led by as many
* -a
a> 10 points in the first half,
but had that lead whittled to
36-33 at half-time by a patient
Northampton iquad.
"We suffered a defensive let
down," said Pirate coach Pete
Hunter. "They're probably
the best coached team we
play."
The second half was nip and
tuck, but the Pirates remained
in control to register the win.
Leading scorers were
Robert Mallory with 14 points,
Troy Jackson and Nate
Carson with 13 points a piece,
and Donnie Parker with 12.
The Lady Pirates were
dominated by a taller Nor
thampton bunch, 73-19. The
Northampton girls team is
ranked 10th in the state.
juniors lose on final bucket
The Hertford Junior League
Basketball team fell to a
strong New Bern team
Saturday in New Bern, 45-43.
The local team held an eight
point lead at the half, but saw
that disappear due to pressure
defense, combined with
mistakes and poor shot
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selection by the Hertford
team.
With thirteen seconds left,
Emmett Winslow missed on
the front end of a one and one,
with New Bern coming down
the floor finding Keith Melton
open for a fifteen foot jumper.
A last second shot in
desperation by Richard Thach
was way short.
The Hertford team was led
by Jim Underwood with
twenty-three points. Thach
added seven and Eric Skinner
chipped in six. The team's
next game is at Edenton,
January 29, 1980.
    

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