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    Saturday
October 15, 1983
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
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The Perquimans County Extension
Homemakers are geared up for their third an
nual Festival of Skills to be held this Saturday
from 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the Per
quimans County High School Gym in Hertford.
This years festival will highlight the arts and
crafts of twenty-five Perquimans residents
along with many other area residents. Seven
teen new craftspeople will join in the festival
this year.
Participants in the Festival of Skills will be:
Lindsey Barber ? Woodcraft
Jackie Hobbs ? Woodcraft and Furniture
i Reproduction
Louise Knight ? Felt Craft and Christmas
Ornaments
Patricia Benton ? Fall Articles
Evelyn Harrell k Lela Mae Winslow ?
Quilted and Crocheted Articles
Sharon Godfrey & Susan Cartwright ? Cross
Stitch, Candlewicking and Ceramics
Nancy Hobbs ? Machine Embroidery
Jean Sills & Alverta Beadles ? Stuffed Toys,
Baskets and Pillows
Helen Timms & Jerry Matthews ? Wood
work & Misc.
Ruby Stanley ? Crocheted Sweaters, Vests,
Caps and Bags
Alyce Nadeau ? Weaths, Sea Shells, Silk
Flowers and Christmas Ornaments
Nancy Madre ? Ribbon Angels, Lace
Wreaths, Crocheted Angels and Snow Flakes
Tasy Penner ? Cross Stitch, Ceramics,
Magnets
Thelma Rogerson & Ethel Winslow ? Quilting,
Candlewicking Pillows, Baskets, Potted Plants
Elvis Perry ? Hearth Brooms
Lessie Benton ? Fabric Covered Baskets,
Lampshades and Wreaths
Lona Dunbar ? Animal Ceramics
Helen Strain ? Yarn Dolls and Animals, and
Fridgies
Penny & Leslie Williams ? Acrylic Pain
tings, Country Items and Wildlife on saw
blades and old slates
Ada Halow ? Afghans, Candlewicking,
Misc.
Dick Manns ? Woodcraft, Benches and
Basket
Joseph Sanders, Jr. ? Woodcraft, Mirrors,
Trays, Toys
Rena Copeland ? Quilted Pillows
Joan Leggett ? English Smocking
Alvin Mizzelle ? Paintings
Barbara Johnston ? Ceramics
Troy Elliott ? Woodwork, Dough Trays,
Bowls, Rolling Pins
Sonny Fletcher ? Pottery
Clifford Suter ? Woodcraft
Civic Groups and Organizations
Snug Harbor Community Church ? Hand
Crafted Items
Hunter's Fork ? Miscellaneous Items
Belvidere Ext. Homemakers ? Hand
Crafted Miscellaneous
Perquimans Band Boosters ? Variety of
Hand Crafted Items
Burgess Ext. Homemakers ? Variety of
Misc. Items
Perquimans 4-H Clubs ? Baked Products
and Misc. Items
The Festival of Skills provides an excellent
time to get all of your Holiday shopping done
early, while giving you the opportunity to come
out and meet the area craftsmen.
Make plans to come early and enjoy a bowl
of homemade beef vegetable soup for lunch.
Admission is $1.00 for adults, and SO cents for
students. Doors will open at 9:00 a.m.
    

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