recently held graduation
exercises for its 1983 Kin
dergarten Class. Pictured left
to right is (first row): Don
Deaton, Headmaster, David
Banks, Stephanie Winslow,
Robin Anderson, Whitney
Hull and Chris Meads.
(Second Row) J.P. Lane,
Eric Knight, Arlan Givens,
Mike Luszcz, Drew Woodard
and Pat Dunham, Teacher.
(Third Row) Ron Hurdle,
Robert Charles Pippen, Jason
Griffin, Vandie Hetherington,
Kristen Sawyer and Amy
Hat receives $20,000 grant
A $20,400 grant from the Z. Smith
Reynolds Foundation will allow the
Historic Albemarle Tour, Inc., to
undertake a one-year development
program for the tour.
Thomas W. Lambeth, Executive
Director of the Z. Smith Reynolds
Foundation, Inc.. announced the
grant award in a letter to officials of
the area travel and promotion
The Historic Albemarle Tour, Inc.,
is a private non-profit association of
16 historic sites, museums and
visitor-oriented attractions in Nor
theastern North Carolina.
Member sites include the Aurora
Fossil Museum, Belhaven Memorial
Museum, Gdenton Historical
Commission. The Elizabethan
Gardens, Historic Bath, Historical
Halifax, Historic Hope Plan
tation, and Historic Tarboro.
Other sites include Historic
Washington, The Lost Colony,
Murfreesboro Historical Association,
Museum of the Albemarle, NC
Marine Resources Center /Roanoke
Island, Newbold-White House,
Somerset Place, and Elizabeth II
The Tour will use the funds to hire
a development officer to assist in
obtaining financial stability, to
generate community support, and to
assist in developing goals to meet the
needs of member sites.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
was established in 1936 as a
memorial to the youngest son of the
founder of R J. Reynolds Tobacco
In that year the brother and two
sisters of Z. Smith Reynolds provided
that their inheritance from his estate
would go to the establishment of a
trust for the benefit of the people of
One of the initial trustees of the
foundation was Z. Smith Reynolds'
uncle, William Neal Reynolds, who at
his death in 1951 created a trust
which now provides the major por
tion of the Foundations' annual in
The Foundation, drawing on the
income from the Zachary Smith
Reynolds Trust and the W. N.
Reynolds Trust, has now made 1,530
grants totaling more than
$111,000,000 to more than 780
recipients in all of North Carolina's
Major attention has been given to
education and health care, with in
creased interest in recent years in
improving the criminal justice
system in North Carolina, youth
programs, family planning, cultural
activities, rural life, the han
dicapped, and some 20 other fields of
Albemarle Hospital gets safety award
The Albemarle Hospital has
received the OSHA Performance
Award from the N.C. Department of
Labor for excellence in providing a
safe workplace for its employees,
according to Hospital Safety Director
North Carolina Labor Com
missioner John C. Brooks, in in
forming the hospital of the award,
extended his congratulations and
noted that the award exempts the
hospital from programmed OSHA
safety inspections for the next year.
"Hospitals rarely receive this type
of recognition, because of the
number of back injuries, in par
ticular, which occur in the type of
work we do," Mrs. Scott said.
"Naturally, we are very pleased with
To qualify, the hospital was
required to show it has a successful,
on-going employee safety program.
Mrs. Scott said that the local
hospital, which has received the N.C.
Department of Labor Safety Award
for two consecutive years, "more
than met the requirements for the
Judging was based on the number
of cases involving days away from
work because of job-related injury or
illness. The Albemarle Hospital, with
549 employees participating,
reported five cases in the past year,
and even fewer in previous years.
This ratio falls well below that
needed to qualify for the award, said
A Safety Committee at the hospital
administers a comprehensive plan to
provide a safe environment for
patients, visitors and employees.
North Carolina is the first state in
the nation to offer a performance
based award which rewards em
ployers for superior safety records.
Pennsylvania firm will purchase grocery tapes
United Financial Incentives of
North Wales, Penn., will buy those
grocery receipts you've been
throwing away all your life.
UFI's new program, started last
October, buys grocery register tapes
from people in all 50 states and
United States Territories and in
Information extracted from the
tapes is sold under contract to
marketing research companies who
use it to better target their ad
All football candidates at Perquimans County High School and Perquimans
Union School are reminded that physical examinations will be given this
Thursday, July 14th. ?
Candidates should report to the High School gym at 6:00 p.m.
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together fielded teams that won a
district title, but never only
Perquimans. The team, is sponsored
by the Recreation and Parks Dept.
They will play in Wilmington
Friday night at <:00 p.m. Players are
Brad Hurdle, Mark Hurdle, Lee
Cooper, Jeff Cartwright, Andy White,
Rodney Lyons, Calvin Hobbs, Tony
Heads, Joey Fine ham, Todd Win
slow, Payte Towe, Eddie Lassiter,
David Eure, Ricky Trueblood, and
Coaches are Billy Wooten, J. B.
Fincham , and Parker Newbera.
DR. LONNIE V. SICK, D.D.S.
MRS. CAROL E. SICK
ANNOUNCE THE CHANGE Of THE FAMILY'S
SURNAME TO ITS ORIGINAL SPELLING:
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DRS. HORNTWU. I, SIECK, PA
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We oak th ? assistance of our friends In the area of making
thh change known to others. Thank you.
vertising. More than 14,000 people
have signed up with UFI so far.
Tapes are bought at one percent of
their face value, minus money paid
for alcoholic beverages, tobacco and
sales tax, and discounted back to the
next lower multiple of 25.
For example, if you spend $129.88
on groceries this week you could sell
your register tape to UFI for $1.25.
The maximum value of tapes that
UFI will accept from one person in a
year is $8,000, for a payment $60.
The UFI program has a multi-level
structure. That allows members to
receive a commission of one percent
on the grocery tapes of everyone they
sign up through five generations.
In addition, everyone you sign up
also gets one percent for bis or her
own tape sales. Imagine, making
good money on something you would
normally throw away. It's like found
Non-profit groups such as a
church, P.T.A., Scout troop or civic
club can use the UFI program as a
For information on the UFI
program send a long, self-addressed
stamped envelope to P.O. Box 856,
Hixson, TN, 37343.
Pictures are worth
a thousand words . . ,
Prints are now available of
Perquimans Weekly photos.
?2?? for 5x7 print
?500 for 8x10 print
Our photographer is also available for
black and white photographs. *5 sitting
ELIZABETH MANLEY HINES
NEWPORT NEWS ? Elizabeth
Manley Hines, formerly of Hertford,
died Sunday, June 26, in Newport
She wat the wife of Homer L. Hines
of Newport News, Va. and the
daughter of the late William Edward
and Mary Olive Manley of Hertford,
She was a member of Wesley
Grove United Church of Christ,
Newport News, Va. She was a
member of the Hampton Association
of Retired Teachers as well as a
member of the Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority and the Retired Seniors
Besides her husband she is sur
vived by a sister, Laura M. Lowe of
Hertford; a brother, Edward F.
Manley of Hertford; two daughters;
and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, June 30 at 12 p.m. in the
Wesley Grove United Church of
Christ. Burial followed in Pleasant
CLAYTON, N.C. - Mrs. Bertha
Parrish Underwood, 92, died Friday.
Surviving are three daughers, Mrs.
Mazie Johnson and Mrs. Dorothy
Munford, both of Clayton, and Mrs.
Helen Bailey of Raleigh; five sons,
Thel Underwood of Hampton, Va.,
Earl Underwood and Donald Un
derwood, both of Clayton, Thomas
Underwood of Raleigh, and Gilliam
Underwood of Hertford.
Other survivors include one sister,
Mrs. Velma Cave of Greensboro; 43
grandchildren, 67 great
grandchildren and 15 great-great
Funeral services were conducted
Sunday at I p.m. In the Everett
Chapel Free Will Baptist Church with
burial in Maplewood Cemetery.
Information supplied by Swindell
Joseph William Broglin, 83. of
Route 4 Hertford, died Friday in
Roanoke-Chowan Hospital in
Ahoskie. A native of Bertie County,
he was the husband of Susan Simons
Braglin and a member of the
Millennium Penticostal Holiness
Church. He was a retired dispatcher
for the Daily Advance.
Other survivors include his son,
Harvey Broglin of Ahoskie; and two
sisters, Mrs. Maggie Harrell and
Mrs. Daisey Matthews, both of
Funeral services were conducted
Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the Millen
nium Penticostal Holiness Church
near Aulander by the Revs. T. B.
Henry and W. A. Renfrow.
"Cannan's Land" was sung by the
choir from Woodville Penticostal
Church and "It Is Finished" was
sung by Dave Libengood.
Pallbearers were Calvin Meads,
Mike Rogerson, Russell Banks,
Bobby Terry, Sam Harrell Lassiter
and Ray Farmer.
Burial followed in the Aulander
Swindell Funeral Home in Hertford
was in charge of arrangements.
GLEN ALLEN - Vasti Copeland
Chappell Jamerson, 83, of 319
Colonial Estates, a former resident
of Suffolk and native of Perquimans
County died Monday in a hospital.
She was the daughter of the late
James Henry and Marina Elliott
Copeland. She was a member of
Tabernacle Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters,
Beulah M. Oliver and Betty Lois
Gibson, both of Glen Alien; a sister,
Mrs. Archie E. Layden of Hobb
sville; 11 grandchildren; and 15
Funeral services were held in
Suffolk with burial in Bethlehem
Information provided by Williford
Barham Funeral Home in Edenton.
John Richard Hill, 75, of Route 2,
Hertford, died Friday at noon in
Chowan Hospital Unit B.
A native of Perquimans County he
was the son of the late James E. and
Annie Hurdle Hill and the husband of
the late Evelyn Rountree Hill. He
was employed by Reed Oil Company
and worked part-time with Jimmy's
He was a member of Sandy Cross
Survivors include two sons, John L.
Hill of Wilmington and William Hill
of Hampton, Va.; two brothers,
Carroll Hill of Chesapeake, Va. and
Joe Hill of Elizabeth City; a half
brother, Alphonzo Goodwin of
Norfolk, Va. and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sunday
at 2:30 p.m. in the chapel of Swindell
Funeral Home with Rev. Bobby
Hewitt officiating. Burial followed in
Pallbearers were Jimmy Winslow,
Durwood Reed, Jr., Larry Lane, L.
Wayne Howell, Wayne Hill, Elliott
Layden and Melvin Forehand.
? HOLLOWCIX ?
Mr*. Annie Belle Leary BoUoweU.
IX. formerly of Route 1, Ty$er, died
Wednesday aftenwoo (July ?) in Unit
B of Chowan HocplUl.
A native of Chowan County she was
the daughter of the late R. W. Leary,
Sr. and Mrs. Deborah Byrum Leary
and the widow of Carey J. BollowelL
She was a member of Ballard's
Bridge Baptist Church where she
was a former Sunday School teacher
and choir member. She was also a
former member of the Cross Roads
Home Demonstration Club.
Survivors include a son, Edgar
Earl HolloweU of Boute 1, Eden ton;
three sisters, Mrs. Rodney T.
(Bessie) Harrell and Mrs. O. C.
(Mary) Long, both of Boute 1,
Edenton and Mrs. J. Cameron (Kate)
Boyce of Tyner; three brothers, J.
Clarence Leary and R. West Leary,
Jr., both of Edenton and T. Stlllman
Leary of Route 1, Edenton and three
Funeral services were held Friday
at 11:00 a.m. at Ballard's Bridge
Baptist Church with Rev. George
Cooke officiating. Burial was in the
church cemetery with Swindell
Funeral Home, Hertford, in charge
Pallbearers were J. Clarence
Leary, Jr., Tommy Leary, Danny
Long, Robert S. Harrell, Jake Boyce
and Rob Boyce.
NORFOLK ? James Maloyed
Hunter of 1728 E. Indian River Road,
a native of Hertford, N.C., died July S
in a hospital.
He had retired as a self-employed
cement contractor after IS years. He
was a member of Antioch Baptist
Church and the male usher board.
Survivors include his wife, Marion (|
A. Hunter; three daughters, Paula
Burwell of Virginia Beach, Eliza
Miller of Chesapeake and Nicki
Hunter of Norfolk; two sons, Jerotne
Hunter of Norfolk and Jimmie
Hunter of Astoria, N. Y.
Other survivors include three
sisters, Ruth Robinson of Astoria, N.
Y.. Hattie Haney of New York City
and Vivian Trent of Hertford, N. C.;
two brothers, C. 0. Hunter of *
Chesapeake and Willie Hunter of
New York City; and six grand
The funeral was held at 1 p.m. on
Saturday, July 9, in Antioch Baptist
Church by Dr. I. Joseph Williams.
Burial was in Roosevelt Memorial
Park. Chatman Funeral Home was in
William H. Billups, 89, of Route 1, '
Belvidere died Saturday, July 2, in
A funeral was held Wednesday,
July 6 at 2 p.m. in Bay Branch
A.M.E. Zion Church in Belvidere.
Hertford County Undertakers of
Wicton were in charge of
Billups was a retired farmer.
Survivors include four daughters,
Mrs. Martha Perry of Belvidere, '
Morjorie Blanchard of Hertford,
Mrs. Otelia Barcliff and Mrs. Ella
Mae Archer of Chesapeake, Va.; two
sons, Leslie Billups of Belvidere and
Peter Billups of Brookly , N. Y.
Other survivors include 13 grand
children; and five great
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