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.Community Calendar
Annual meeting
-Holiday Island Property Owners Annual Meeting will be held Sunday, Oc
tober 16, at 1 p.m. Items on the agenda include election of new board members
and the issue of county water.
Flea Market
The Ladies Auxiliary of Belvidere-Chappell Hill Volunteer Fire Department
is sponsoring a flea market on Saturday, October 29, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the fire station. Booths 10 X 10 may be rented for $10.00 each.
If interested call Eva Copeland at 297-2384.
Farm Bureau to meet
The Perquimans County Farm Bureau will have their annual meeting Mon
day, October 17, at the Albemarle Commission Building on Church Street in
Hertford beginning at 8 p.m.
Marshall Grant, chairman of the state ASCS, will be the speaker. All
members are encouraged to attend.
Orphanage choir to perform
The Oxford Orphanage Choir will be performing at the Perquimans County
High School on Saturday, October 15, at 7:30 p.m. Donations are requested in
the amount of $3.00 per adult and $1.50 for children under 12.
Parent Advisory meeting
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there will be a Parent Advisory Council Meeting at Perquimans Central
School on Thursday, October 20, from 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Juanita Bailey, Assoc. Home Economics Extension Agent, 4H, will
demonstrate how parents can help students to improve reading skills.
Jhis should be very beneficial to those parents whose children need to im
prove their reading skills.
The Parent Advisory Council will also have a meeting at Hertford Gram
mar School on October 19 at 1:30.
taxpayers will be
charged for photocopies
?Effective October 1, taxpayers
requesting photocopies of their in
ctfme tax returns will be required to
pqy for the copies in advance, the
Internal Revenue Service an
nounced.
The Internal Revenue Service said
th?t the charge for a photocopy of a
tax return will be $5.00 and the
charge for a transcript of tax account
information will be $2.50.
?To make these requests, taxpayers
should complete From 4506, Request
for Copy of Tax Form (or Individual
Income Tax Account Information),
and mail it to the address shown on
the form. The form has been revised
to include instructions for the ad
vance payments and the new
amounts to be charged.
Requiring payment in advance will
ensure that the total cost of securing
and furnishing photocopies or tax
acount information will be paid by
those individuals who request in
formation.
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Area obituaries
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LANTANAi FLA. - WUUam Peon
(Buster) Moffitt Jr. of 171 Bonnie
Boulevard, Palm Springs, Fla.,
formerly of V(h Point died Monday.
Sept. It;' it John P. Kennedy
Hospital.
He was bora Jan. 11, 1*14 in Rock
Hill, 8.C., a son of William Penn
Moffitt Sr. and Mary Alice Brown
Moffitt He lived in High Point until
1M7 and lived in the West Palm
Beach area for 24 years.
He was a retired employee of
Sears. Roebuck 4 Co., where he
worked for 34 years. He was store
manager in the Southeast area for 25
years. He was a U.S. Army Air Corps
veteran of World War II.
He was a member of Palm Masonic
Lodge No. S27 A.F.ItA.M. of West
Plam Beach, a 32 degree member of
KCCH Scottish Rite Body of Lake
Worth, Fla., a charter member of
Amara Temple of the Shrine of Palm
Beach Gardens. Fla., a member of
the Kiwanis club, a former member
of the Rotary Club and past president
of West Palm 1 Beach Chamber o I
Commerce.
He was a member ot First United
Methodist Church in West Palm
Beach. On July 22, 18M, he married
Mary Lena Beck, who died July 22.
1M0.
Surviving are three daughters.
Mrs. Mary Eileen Bate he lor of
Macon, Ga., Mrs. Debra Kay Dove of
Delray Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Jen
nifer Ann Morris of West Palm
Beach; two sons, William Penn
Moffitt III of Colts Necks, N.J., and
Craig William Moffitt of Lake Worth.
Fla.
Other survivors include two
sisters, Mrs. Frank T. (Ann) Starrett
of 311 W. State St. and Mrs. Dorothy
Hollins of Portsmouth, Va.; one
brother, William Grove Moffitt of
Hertford and seven grandchildren.
Gravside rites were held Saturday,
October 1, at 11 a.m. at Floral
Garden Park Cemetery by the Rev.
Roy G. Steed. Masonic rites were
held by Acacia Masonic Lodge No.
674 A.FJkA.M.
Sechrest Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangement*.
MICHAEL
NORFOLK - Alice Jo Moffitt
Michael. 42. of 390S Peterson St. died
Thursday. September 22, In a
hospital.
A native of High Point, N.C., she
had retired as a reigstered nurse at
Porsmouth Naval Hospital. She was
a member of Community Church of
Norfolk.
Survivors include a daughter,
Sherri Lynn Michael of Norfolk; two
sons, Robert A. Michael Jr. of
Virginia Beach and Richard A.
Michael of Norfolk; her mother,
Anne M. Snowdon of Norfolk; her
father, William G. Moffitt Sr. of
Hertford; and a brother, William G.
Moffitt Jr. of Norfolk.
Funeral services were held
Monday, September 26 in Hollomon
Brown Funeral Home, Tidewater
Drive Chapel by Rev. Tom Douros.
Burial followed in Rosewood
Memorial Park.
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PORTSMOUTH - Mr*. Idle
Beatrice (Bee) Furman Ensley, M,
of ISM Augusta Ave., a native of Isle
of Wight County, died Thursday,
Octobers.
She was a member of Manatee
Methodiat Church in Bradentoo, 1
Florida.
Survivors include five daughters,
Mrs. Nolle F. McKenzie of Rt 1,
Hertford. Mrs. Alice E. Terrill. Mrs.
Rule A. Gale and Mrs. Sandra Bat
ten, all of Bradentoo, Fla., and Mrs.
Margarette F. Quidgeon of Port
smouth.
Other survivors Include three sons,
Lemuel W. Fur man of Rt 1, Hert
ford, Richard W. Furman of
Bradenton, Fla. and Darrell Furman
of Portsmouth; 33 grandchildren and
57 great-grandchildren.
The graveside service was held at
1:00 p.m. Saturday in Olive Branch
Cemetery, Portsmouth, by the Rev.
Dennis S. Chappell.
Memorial donations may be sent to
a charity of the donor's choice.
Information was provided by
Swindell Funeral Home.
Services Offered.
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Certificates of Deposit
Money Market Investment Accounts
Christmas Club
First Mortgage Loans
    

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