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income with rapid advancement to
management according to your
capabilities? $12,000 to S20.000 income
first year. Send resume with telephone
number to Mr. Dale. Route 2, Bon 494.
Elizabeth City, N.C. 27909
LEGALS
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administratrix of
the estate of Hilton McCoy White,
leased late of Perquimans County,
^Kh Carolina, this is to notify alt
persons having claims against the estate
of said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Route 4, Box 2 S5, Hert
ford, N.C. on or before the 17th of July,
1900, or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment.
?f his 10th day of January, WOO
Jeanne C. White. Administratrix
oPHilton McCoy White. Dtc'd.
jfo. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7
f NOTICE OF SERVICE
OF PROCESS
" BY PUBLICATION
LILIAN M. ALEXANDER. (Single).
JJ VS.
IQf SIMPSON (Single), etals.
S Respondents
JO: Muriel Roper Jones and husband.
M?. Jones; Arthur Hassell and wife,
Rsecca Hassell; Joe W. Felton,
WBfiam Louis Hassell and Donald
Httsell
IAKE NOTICE that a pleading
seeking relief against you has been filed
jfljie above entitled Special Proceeding.
MB nature of the relief being sought is
J&llows:
To sell at public sale the lands of T.B.
Alexander, and more particularly
txjmded and described as follows .
All that certain tract bounded on the
Nfrth by the lands of I A White and
Isaac Bembry; on the East by the lands
of'E.E. Harrell; on the Soutn by the
lands of J.H. /Mansfield and on the West
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LEGALS
try me Public Road leading from MM
- to Might Nixon Fork, containing thirty
five (IS) acres, mora or less. being the
Mm* lands conveyed to T.a. Alexander
by deed dated January 35, It It duly
recorded in the Perquimans County
Registry
You are required to make detente to
such pleading not later than the 27th day
of February. I NO, which date I* forty
(40) days from the date of the first
publication of this notice, and upon your
failure to do so. the petitioner will make
application for a Guardian Ad Litem to
be appointed tor you and tor the relief
1 sought.
This the Mh day of January, itoO
EARNHARDT I BUSBY. P A.
Attorneys for Petitioner
Max S. Busby
102 West Eden Street
P.O. Box 445
Edenton. North Carolina 27932
Telephone: 919 4024441
Jan. 17. 24, 31
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Administratrix of
the estate of Joseph Edward Lane,
deceased, late of Perquimans County.
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the estate
of said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Route 3, Box lit, Hert
ford, N.C. on or before the Mh day of
June, 1910 or this notice will be pleaded
In bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please make
immediate payment.
This 20th day of December, 1979 \
Lois Jean B. Lane
Administratrix of Joseph Edward
Lane, Dec'd.
Jan. 3. 10. 17. 24
NOTICE OF SALE
W. CORBIN DOZIER, etux,
EVA JAMES E. OOZIER, CHARLES E.
CAMPEN. et ux. BLANCHE B CAM
PEN,
Pet toners
vs.
MARTHA OOZIER LINDLEY, widow;
EUGENIA OOZIER PARKER, divor
ced;
JUDY DOZIER JONES, et vir,
WALTER JONES;
WILLIAM CHERRY, divorced;
EILEEN TURNER OBRADOVICH, et
vir;
DAVID OBRADOVICH: JAMES W.
TURNER, etux.
DELORES TURNER; JOHN H.
TURNER, etux.
ROSEMARY TURNER; WILLIAM
TURNER, etux,
FAITH TURNER,
Defendants
Under and by virtue of an order of the
Superior Court of Perquimans County,
made in this special proceeding, the
undersigned commissioner will, on the
15th day of February. IMO. at 12:00 noon.
LEGALS
?l the courthouse door in Hertford.
North Carotin*, ofttr tor sale to the
highest bidder tor cult mat certain
home and lot situated in the Town of
Hartford. North Carolina, described ?
follows:
Designated as No. >13 South Church
Street and further described as follows
BEGINNING at the comer of William
Mardre lot (now Robert A. White) an
Church Street and running an easterly
course along said Mardre (now White)
lot 12$ feet; thence a southerly course SO
tact to a street laid off running at right
angle with Church Street: thence along
said street to said Church Street IIS feet;
thence along said Church Street SO feet
to the. place of BEGINNING, and being
the tot conveyed by deed dated May JO.
1908, from E.V. Parry and wife, Susie S.
Parry to J.L. Ooiier and recorded in
Book I. page 97, Public Registry.
Perquimans County.
This sale will be made subject to all
outstanding and unpaid taxes, if any,
and any encumbrances, liens and
matters of record, if any. A deposit of 10
percent of his bid will be required of the
successful bidder.
This 9th day of January, 1980.
Walter G. Edwards, Commissioner
Jan. 17, 24, 31. Feb. 7
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Ralph Edgar Miller, deceased,
late of Perquimans County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the estate of said
deceased tp exhibit them to the un
dersigned at P. 0. Box 411. Hertford, N.
C. on or before the 2Sth day of July, 1980
or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make immediate
payment.
This 18th day of January, 1980.
Ralph Edward Miller, Executor
Executor of Ralph Edgar Miller, Dec'd
Jan. 24, 31. Feb. 7. and 14.
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AUTO SALE
I . " ?
The Perquimans County Board of Commissioners
will offer for sale by sealed bids for following
? cehlele:
ONE 1975 FORD
I 4 DR. SEDAN
' FORMERLY USED BY THE PERQUIMANS
? COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT.
?
SEPARATE BIDS MAY BE SUBMITTED TO THE UNDERSIGNED CLERK ON OR
SEFORE 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M., FEBRUARY 4, 1980. T HE BOARD RESERVES
HE RIOHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS.
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Perquimans County Board of Commissioners
\ BY: JEANNE C. WHITE, CLERK TO THE BOARD
Valuable Farms for Sale
(1) LEE BUTT TRACT
SR 1207 Behind Riddick Grove Church
49.1 Acres Cleared, 12 Acres High Woods
37.1 Acres Swamp
(2) EDMOND RIDDICK TRACT
SR 1200 1 1207 Across From Riddick Grove Church
94.6 Acres Cleared
TERMS OF SALE:
Cash Upon Delivery of Duly Executed Warranty Deed
DATE & TIME OF SALE:
9 FEBRUARY 1980 AT 11A.M.
PLACE OF SALE:
Perquimans County Courthouse
10% of bid required as deposit. Final sale if bid is accepted,
jlowners reserve the right to refect all bids.
Further Information Contact}
'ALTER G. EDWARDS. JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HERTFORD, N.C.
919-4*6-7347
Mrs. Charles M. Harrell,
Jr., hat retained home after
spending several days in
Chapel Hill. On Sunday,
January 13, she attended the
christening of her grandson,
Costen Harrell Irons at the
Chapel of the Cross
(Episcopal Parish). Costen,
son of Dr. and Mrs. C. Fred
Irons IH, was born November
S, 1979. Mrs. Irons is the for
mer Susan Harrell.
Mrs. D. F. Reed, /Sr.. Mrs.
Linford Winslow, Mr. Linford
Winslow and Mrs. Libby
Matthews are patients in
Albemarle Hospital.
Mrs. Dick Long is a patient
in Chowan Hospital.
Mrs. Velma Owens and Mr.
Sam Trueblood are patients in
Chapel Hill Memorial
Hospital. Chapel Hill, NC.
Mrs. Claude Brinn, Mrs.
Earline White, Mrs. Erie
Haste, Jr., Mr. Harold Hurdle,
Mr. Talmadge Stallings and
Mr. Carroll Williams have
returned home from
Albemarle Hospital.
Mr. Howard Williams has
returned home from Leigh
Memorial Hospital. Norfolk,
Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Williams
spent part of last week in
Raleigh attending a Soybean
Confrence.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fenton Britt last Sunday were
Miss Bea Skipsey of Nags
Head, Saint Clair Basnight of
Manteo, Mr. and Mrs. Craton
Stephens, Jr. of Raleigh, Mr.
and Mrs. Grayson Inmann of
Chesapeake, Va., and Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Jones of Franklin,
Va.
Mrs. Addie Keegan has
returned home after a visit
with her ion and daughter-in
law. CMS and Mrs. Thomas
Jones, at Vandenberg Air
Force Base, Cal.
Mrs. Luther Barrington of
Chocowinity and Mr. and Mrs.
Garland Stanton of Port
smouth, Va. were guests of
Mrs. C. E. Cannon on
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Biggers
have returned home from a
visit with relatives in
Charlotte, Pinehurst and
Gloucester.
Mrs. R. S. Moods, her guest,
Miss Prances Setter from
Newton, and Miss Thelma
Elliott spent several days last
week in Maryland.
Mrs. Glenn Elkin of Dsyton,
Ohio is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
V. N. Darden.
Miss Ann Winslow, sutdent
at UNC-Wilmington, spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Eldon Winslow.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pettys of
Minot, North Dakota were
overnite guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Noah Gregory on
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Erie Bus and
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Farmer of
Norfolk, Va. visited relatives
in Hertford on Friday.
Mrs. Lucille Jackson has
returned home after a visit
with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Cone, in Alexandria, Va.
Miss Haiel Hicks has
returned to her home in
Jackson, Tenn. after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. William
Nixon.
Miss Virginia Tucker and
Miss Elizabeth Tucker were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Bryant in Greensboro for
several days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Thach
spent several days last week
with relatives in Raleigh.
Mrs. H. R. Christensen and
Mrs. William Stallings spent
several days last week in
Charlotte to buy Spring
Merchandise for Darden
Department Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Forehand and Mrs. Wayland
Howell visited relatives in
Norfolk, Va. on Sunday.
Mr.and Mrs. Carl Overton
and family of Newport News,
Va. were guests of relatives in
Hertford on Saturday.
Ash from wood fire can be dangerous
The use of wood burning
stoves and fireplace inserts is
on the increase, and so is the
number of forest fires caused
by ashes removed from stoves
and fireplaces, according to
the North Carolina Division of
Forest Resources. The light
powdery ash left from a wood
fire can insulate hot coals and
glowing embers hiding them
from view. It is not unusual for
these coals to smolder for
several days before they are
totally consumed.
Ashes removed from a wood
stove or fireplace should be
put in a metal bucket and
placed outside away from
buildings. The bucket should
be secured or anchored so it
will not be tipped over by
people, animals or the wind.
WHOLESALE FISHING SUPPLIES
(NETS (made to order or from stock)
Flounder Nets, 100 yds $120.00
Spot Nets. 100 yds $133.00
ROPE SPECIALS
'/?" Poly, 600 ft $11.10
5/16" Poly, 600 ft $15.20
'/? " Nylon 20* per ft.
LIFE JACKETS ... NET LEADS ... NET FLOATS
NEW RIVER NETS
20 Charles Creek Rd. Sneads Ferry 919-327-7401
Some people prefer to store
the ashes in a larger metal
barrel for later use in a
compost pile or in a garden.
The bucket or barrel should be
covered, however, to cut off
the oxygen and prevent the
ashes from being blown away.
Any ashes removed from a
wood stove or fireplace should
be allowed to sit outside in a
covered container for several
days before being added to a
compost pile or spread on a
garden.
The Division of Forest
Resources urges people to
treat ash from wood stoves
and fireplaces the same way
good campers treat a camp
fire. Pour water on the ash,
stir, and add more water.
Make sure that warm cheery
glow stays in the stove or
fireplace and doesn't become
a hot raging inferno in
someone's forest.
USED CAR BUYS
79 LTD II. 2-*. $5,500.00 76 LTD, Mr. W.050.00
VB, AT, PS. AC. R.
79 Fairmont Futura $6,000.00
6-cyl., AT, AC, PS, R.
78 Fiesta, 3-dr. $3,800.00
4-cyl., 4-spd., R.
78 For Landau, 4-dr. $4,800.00
V8, AC, AT, PS.
78 Chrysler Cordoba $4,500.00
2-dr., V8, AT, AC, PS, R.
78 Thunderbird, 2-dr. $5,000.00
V8, AT, PS. AC, R.
77 Ford LTD, 4-dr. $4,000.00
V8, AT. AC. PS, R.
V8, AT, P5, AC, R.
75 Dodge Charger, 2-dr. $2,195.00
AC, PS, PB, AT.
75 Chev. Malibu, 2-dr. $2,250.00
R, AC. PS, AT, VT.
74 Chev. Camaro, 2-dr. $2,000.00
V8, AT. PS. AC, R.
74 Olds Cutlass, 2-dr. $1,595.00
V8, AT, PS, AC, R.
74 Maverick, 4-dr. $1,500.00
6-cyl., AT.
72 LTD Squire Wagon $1,200.00
V8, AT, PS, R.
USED TRUCK BUYS
79 Ford Club Wagon $9,000.00
8 Post., V8. AT. AC. PS.
78 Che*. CIO Silverado $5,00.00
VS. AT. AC. PS, R. .
78 Chev. C10 Silverado $6,000.00
4x4, V8, AT, PS. PB, AC. R.
76 Ford F100 Custom $4,000.00
4x4. V8, AT. AC.
76 Chev. C10 $3,500.00
76 Dodge Van $3,000.00
6<yl., AT.
76 Ford Club Wagon $4,500.00
;? 12 Pass., V8, AT, AC, PS.
75 Ford F250 $1,000.00
PS, V8, ST, LB.
74 Chev. CIO $2,050.00
V8, AT, PS, R, LB.
73 Chev. CIO $1,600.00
V8, ST. LB.
72 Ford F100 $1,200.00
V8, AT, PS, LB.
72 Ford L-800 Tractor $3,500.00
5-spd., Air Bags, Tondam Ax I*.
    

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