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EDENTON, N.C. - Willie Lee
-3-' (Bill) Brabble, ?l. died Saturday in
Chowan Hospital. He wai a native of
Chowan County and the husband of
Nolva Jordan Brabble.
He was a fanner and was a
member oi Yeopim Baptist Church.
Other survivors include a
daughter. Sue Brown of Edenton;
three sons, Wayne Brabble of
~k ? Greensboro and Ricky Brabble and
Greg Brabble of the home; a sister,
Elisabeth Kirby of Edenton; and
> three grandchildren.
^ The funeral was conducted at 11
a.m. Monday in Beaver Hill
Cemetery by the Rev. Stanley Nixon.
Williford-Barham Funeral Home in
~ charge of arrangements.
Ms. Glenda Godley Williams, 48, of
Route 3, Hertford, died Tuesday
, ? ? morning in Albemarle Hospital.
A native of Belhaven, N. C. she was
the daughter of Dawson Godley of
Washing too, N. C. and Malinda
Dixon Cotaon and Bruce CoUon of
Route 1, Hertford. She was also the
widow of Blanco Williams.
Betides her parents, surviving are
two half-sisters. Mrs. Annie Coward
of Waahington, N.C. and Ms. Robin
Colson of Durham; three step
brothers, Thomas Dawson of
Raleigh, Charlie Ray Godley and
Sidney Earl Godley, both of
Washington, N. C.
Funeral services will be conducted
today, Thursday, at 2 p.m. in the New
Hope Assembly of God Church by the
pastor. Rev. Samuel Taylor. Burial
will be in West Lawn Memorial Park
in Elizabeth City.
Swindell Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
PLYMOUTH ? Mrs. Dorothy
Brannon Patton, 49, died Saturday.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m.
on Monday at Hope Free Will Baptist
Church. Burial *u held In HUlUide
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs.
Linda Harrell of Plymouth; two sons,
Douglas Hodges and Jimmy Hodges,
both of Plymouth.
Other survivors include three
brothers: George Brannon of
Plymouth, Charles Brannon of
Belvidere and Jake Brannon of
Alabama; and four grandchildren.
Information provided by Swindell
Edward Leroy Murphy, 80, of
Route 1, died last Tuesday from
Injuries sustained in a fall from a
scaffold. He had been installing
aluminum siding on the Ballard's
Bridge Church in Chowan County.
A native of Carthage, Miss, he was
the husband of the late Linda Lee
Thurmond Murphy. He was the
owner-operator of Ed Murphy
Aluminum Products and was a
member of Bethel Baptist Church.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.
Martha Ann McGohon and lira.
Lorraine Lamb, both of Route 1; six
sisters, Mrs. Sarah Pauline Horn,
Mrs. Emma Ruth Stribling, Mrs. Ada
Joy Cochran and Mrs. Nell Gene
Waggoner, all of Carthage, Miss.,
Mrs. Mary Elisabeth Watkins of
Louisianna and Mrs. Mildred M.
Ellis of Jackson, Miss.
Other survivors include three
brothers; Daniel Perry Murphy and
Thomas Herman Murphy, both of
Carthage, Miss, and William Hendrix
Murphy of Jackson, Miss.; seven
grandchildren and nine great
Funeral services were held Friday
at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel of Swindell
Funeral Home with Rev. Charles
Middleton officiating. Burial was in
Pallbearers were Roger Ferrell,
Marq Gray, Danny Harrell, Mike
Rucker, R. S. Chappell, Jr. and E. J.
Community Calendar II
Babe Ruth Tournament
Perquimans first game in The Babe Ruth Tournament for 13-year-olds wilU "
be held July 8 at 4 p.m. at the Elizabeth City Parks and Recreation Depart? .L
ment, field 5.
In the 14-15-year<old division, Perquimans will play July 8 at 2:30 p.m. at
Knapp Junior High in Currituck. ' I
The Perquimans County Library is having a Summer Reading Adventure
Program for children reading age through eighth grade.
Activities and demonstrations are planned every Friday froin 10:00-11:30.
Everyone is invited to come. Call the library at 426-5319 for complet^ 1
In the front page story about
the upcoming Heritage Day in the
June 30 issue of THE
PERQUIMANS WEEKLY an
inadvertent error was made in
both the headline and the story
concerning the date.
Heritage Day, which will kick
off the Indian Summer Festival,
will be held Thursday, September
15, not September 16, as was
We regret the error.
The following is a schedule of
services scheduled for the
Perquimans County Health
Department located on Charles
Street in Hertford.
"i'T'l ? General Clinic, PM, WIC All Day
A ? Holiday
T* Is ? Prenatal Check, AM
3- Pediatric Clinic, PM
^ General Clinic, PM
*12 ? Prenatal Recheck Clinic, AM
-13 ? Child Health Clinic All Day
? General Clinic, PM, WIC All
? Maternity Clinic, AM, Family
. "Planning Clinic, PM
?0 ? ChUd Health Clinic, PM
C; ^2? General Clinic, PM
25 ? TB Skin Test Reading, PM
; 28 ? Prenatal Rechceck Clinic, AM
^*77 ? Eye CUnic, AM
??** ?8 ? Adult Health Services Clinic All
? Baptist Assembly
Z'l James White Jr., son of Mr. and
James G. White Sr. of Hertford
33s working as a building supervisor
tor the North Carolina Baptist
-Assembly this summer.
y 1 His duties include general clean-up
'jF land care of his building and assisting
3n the cafeteria.
? White is a senior at Campbell
? I ?University where he is studying trust
??<* ^management. His interests include
?^reading, sports, writing and com
U* unity service.
The North Carolina Baptist
-Assembly is a statewide retreat and
convention center provided as a
ministry of the Baptist State con
vention of North Carolina.
The staff consists of young men
and women from all over North
Carolina and several other states.
The staff's main job is to give
cheerful Christian service to the
Assembly and it's visitors.
Alfred Douglas Woodle of Hertford,
and a senior at John A. Holmes High
School has been accepted for ad
missions to Chowan College for the
fall semester beginning August 21,
Chowan College is a two-year, co
educational, residential college.
For students wishing to pursue the
baccalaureate degree in senior
colleges and universities; Cbowan
College offers thorough educational
opportunities in most professional
^ Students whose formal education
^Jrill not extend beyond the associated
-jfegree can enter the world of work in
business, accounting, secretarial
administration (legal and medical),
news writing, advertising, printing
technology, photography and com
- Chowan offers opportunities in 12
-professional fields: business,
English, fine arts (music and art),
graphic arts, photography, health
and physical education, language,
mathematics, religion aad
philosophy, science and social
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