Deborah Hoffpauir has
been named recipient of a
$300 Mid-Atlantic Coca-Cola
Bottling Company, Inc.
scholarship for the second
year at College of The
Albemarle. The Perquimans
County High School honor
graduate has maintained a
3.53 grade point average in
her liberal arts studies at the
college. She is a member of
Phi Theta Kappa National
Honor Fraternity and also
assists in the Student
Financial Aid Office as a
work-study student. Above,
Arthur Jarrett, Tidewater
Region market development
manager for the company,
presents the 1983-84 award to
Hoffpauir. (CO A Photo)
The following are a list of menus
for the Perquimans County Schools
for the week of October 17-21.
Monday ? breakfast, ham biscuit
or cereal, fruit or juice, milk.
Lunch, roast beef, chuckwagon,
baked apples, green peas, tater tots,
mgrs. choice vegetables, hot rolls,
Tuesday ? breakfast, pan
cake/honey or cereal, fruit or juice,
Lunch, sloppy joe, sausage biscuit,
; green peas, shoestring fries, apple
sticks, mgrs. choice vegetables,
Diamond is made of car
bon, and it burns just as
coal will when it is heated
Wednesday ? breakfast, danish or
cereal, fruit or juice, milk.
Lunch, cheeseburger, chicken
salad, corn, fried okra, buttered
whole potatoes, fresh fruit, bread,
Thursday ? breakfast, sausage
biscuit or cereal, fruit or juice, milk.
Benita Stallings, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Woodrow Stallings of
Belvidere, graduated from Halifax
Community College on August 26,
with a degree in Business Ad
While attending, she was on the
dean's list each quarter and
graduated with a 3.55 average.
Lunch, lasagna, barbecue/bun,
slaw, green beans, french fries,
pineapple, bread, milk.
Friday ? breakfast, coffeecake or
cereal, fruit or juice, milk.
Lunch, sausage pizza, fish sand
wich, tri-taters, slaw, mgrs. choice
vegetable, fruit, milk.
By KEN CASTE LLOE
The Homecoming Court of 1983 was
presented last Friday night at
halftime of the Perquimans Pirates
Miss Michele Cox, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Tommy Cox, was crowned
the Queen of the Court by Mr.
William Byrum, principal of
Perquimans Co. High School. She
was escorted by Mr. Sonny Larabee.
Miss Cox represented the Class of
Other representatives and their
escorts were: ?Miss Michele Perry
from the Junior Class escorted by
Mr. Ben Terranova. ?Miss Carol
Milan from the Sophomore Class
escorted by Mr. Todd Hunter. *Miss
Tammi Dizon from the Freshman
Class escorted by Mr. Billy Dalton.
All of these young ladies were
selected by the students of
Perquimans High School to represent
The Homecoming Queen for
1983-84 was crowned Friday,
October 7. Miss Michele Cox,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Cox of 705 Penn
sylvania Ave. of Hertford,
was selected by the student
body for the honor. She was
escorted by Mr. SonnQ
Larabee. (Photo by Ken
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