The Perquimans County Central Grammar School P.T.A. will hold their
Pall Festival on Saturday, November 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school in
Winfall. There will be games, prizes, food, movies, cake walk, bake sale, toy
store, glass store and many other activities for the whole family.
Making your will
Do you want-your estate properties to go where you want it to go or where
t someone else wants it to go? Remove the chance of turmoil and conflict
among loved ones ? Be prepared.
> The Perquimans County Public Library will present a program on "Making
Your Will" by John Matthews, County Attorney, on Hiursday, November 10
|at 7 p.m. A question and answer period will follow.
Library Board to meet
The Pettigrew Regional Library Board will meet this Monday, November 7,
at 8 p.m. in the Perquimans County Library.
-Fire Department hosts supper
The Durants Neck Volunteer Fire Department will hold a fried chicken sup
j per on Saturday, November 5, from 4-7 p.m. at the station. Plates are $3.00
, each and will be available at the door.
J There will also be an auction at 5 p.m. of cakes, pies, and crafts.
* All proceeds will go towards the final mortgage payment for the fire
) Chamber to sponsor
* On Monday night, November 7, the
;Perquimans County Chamber of
"Commerce will sponsor a program at
_the Perquimans County Courthouse
hw the new telephone access charges
that all customers will soon pay.
* A representative of Carolina
?Telephone will be present to explain
these new charges and to answer
These charges were to have
become effective January 1, 1984, but
due to a ruling last week by the
Federal Communications Com
mission the effective date has been
delayed until April 3.
The public is invited to attend this
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CHURCH ST. HERTFORD 426-5464
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Wallace Hill Morgan Sr., M. or
Route S, Hertford, died suddenly
Tuesday, October 23, In the Chowan
Medical Center in Hertford.
A native of Perquimans County he
was the son of the late Thomas Ed
ward and Mrs. Ela West Morgsn and
the husband a I Mrs. Gladys Tadktck
Morgan. He was a fanner and
livestock dealer and a member of Ml
Sinai Baptist Church.
Besides his wife he is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Bobby (Doris) Jean
Riddick of Route 2, Hertford; and a
son, Wallace H. Morgan Jr. of Route
Other survivors Include three
sisters, Mrs. Chsrlie Umphlett of
Hertford, Mrs. Edward Jordan of
Route 4, Hertford and Mrs. Thomas
Nixon of Route 2, Hertford; a
brother, Thomas Shelton Morgsn of
Winfall; three grandchildren and two
Funeral services were held
Thursday, October 27, at 2 p.m. in the
chapel of Swindell Funeral Home by
Rev. George Wilmore. Burial
followed in Cedarwood Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Seth Mac
Morgan, Edward Jordan, Douglas
Umphlett, H. B. Miller, Morris
Saunders and Larry Chappell.
Mrs. Elsie Cobb Davis, 95. of
Health Care Center of Hertford and
formerly of Colerain, died Wed
nesday afternoon October 26, in
A native of Bertie County, (lie *u
the daughter of the late Wataoa
Lewis and Elisabeth Harden Cobb
and the widow o i Jospeh T. Davis.
She was a member of the Perrytown
Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include s daughter, Mrs.
Grade D. Miller of Colerain; a sister,
Mrs. Nettie Williams of Askewville;
two grandchildren, Mrs. Carl (Julia)
Copeland of Route 1, Merry Hill and
Thomas R. Miller of Route 2,
Edenton; and seven great
Funeral services were held
Saturday at S p.m. in the Perrytown
RALEIGH ? Representative
Charles D. Evans of Dare County has
been appointed by House Speaker
Liston B. Ramsey to a special
commission to study large-scale land
clearing and peat mining in North
The Legislative Research Com
mission study will examine the
operations to see if they are being
managed adequately by the State.
Evans, an attorney in Nags Head,
is chairman of the House Banks and
Thrift Institutions Committee. He
represents the First House District
which includes Perquimans County.
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Peggy Rohrer at 426-92 1 7
Assembly oi God Church with R?*.
Glenn Lawrence and Rev. Norman
Gloeckler officiating. Burial toUowed
In Hillcrest Cemetery. Coleratn, with
Swindell Funeral Home, Hertford, In
charge of arrangements.
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An Open Letter
To The Voters of Hertford
I have tried to see each of you personally in the
last three weeks. I have seen many of you, but a few
I have missed for one reason or another due mostly to
your not being at home. So I will take this means to
let you know I am running for re-election for the
OFFICE OF MAYOR OF HERTFORD in the November 8th election.
Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated.
The twelve years that I have been Mayor have been a time
of change and improvements in Hertford.
At the very beginning let me say that this could not have
have happened without the cooperation of many ? The Town
Council; the State and Federal Government; the Perquimans
County Commissioners; and especially you, the PEOPLE OF
HERTFORD. Your support and help has been just great.
The leadership that I have been able to give the town has
come about because I have served as Mayor and Town Manager
and the combination of both has worked well and saved a
considerable amount of money. The office of Mayor is an
elected office elected by the voters of Hertford. As Town
Manager I am an employee of the Town, hired and governed
by the Hertford Town Council. The two jobs are separate
but in the past have worked well together for Hertford.
Over the years Z have made many contacts with State,
Regional, and Federal agencies and people that have enabled
me to do many things that have helped progress in Hertford.
I have served on several State Advisory Boards, having been
appointed by Governor Hunt to serve as Vice Chairman to the
Crime Prevention Advisory Board statewide. lam at present
serving on the league of Municipality Economic and
Industrial Development Advisory Committee statewide; serving
as Chairman for the Albemarle Commission, a ten-county
regional body that is housed in Hertford at the ARPDC
building; and serving as Chairman of the Highway 17
Association in Norfch Carolina. It's sole purpose is to
promote Highway 17. If the northeastern part of North
Carolina is to develop, this highway must be improved.
We have seen much improvement north of Elisabeth City to
the Virginia line. More improvements are nee6#d and should
be forthcoming. These things altogether have and will
benefit the Town of Hertford.
tt re-elected, I will continue to work aa hard as possible
in order to make Hertford a better place to work in and live.
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