T Open door to meet
jJjJ- The Open Door directors meeting 7:00 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Cen
?.-Will be held Tuesday, March 31, at ter Building. Please be present.
j^Juilters to meet
?? t The Perquimans Quitters will meet
* 'Monday, March 31st, at 10:00 a.m.
???Peggy Anderson of Elizabeth City
lead the workshop on lining a
I'' basket for serving equipment. The
^'?business session will be held at 2:00
p.m. For more details call 426-7190.
New members and visitors are al
ways welcome. The meeting will be
held at the County Office Building on
Edenton Road Street.
T; AARP meeting scheduled
?1 COMMUNITY CALENDAR
?^*1 AARP (American Association of
* ; Retired Persons) meeting will be
- -held at the Senior Citizens Center 300
?? Grubb Street, as of March 30, 1987,
32 Featured Speaker is Mr. Joseph
"?iBlythe, State Legislative Chairman
from Harrellsville, NC. A Thank You
to Mr. Ted Weeks of Holiday Island,
tax aide volunteer for the AARP.
Also members please bring old eyeg
Board of Directors meeting, same
day, 12:00, please attend.
-Gypsy to be pertormed
jir The Albemarle Players present
K VGypsy" at the S.L. Sheep Audito
- rium at 8:00 p.m., April 9th, 10th,
? . ? ' Tickets are available at Cadar
Harris Dept. Store, Davis Hardware,
Needlecraft Unlimited and Chamber
of Commerce, in Hertford at Darden
Dept. Store and One Stop.
-Republicans hold meeting
? The Perquimans County Republi
? cans met on March 17 and elected the
'^following officers: Wallace Nelson,
Chairman; Jewel Hollar, Vice Chair
s-Woman; Charles Murray, Secretary
Steve Kader, North Carolina first
Congressional District Chairman
joined this meeting. Also all 7 Perqui
mans County precincts elected offi
cers. The next scheduled meeting is
'? ' The Great Herring Run will be held
Sund, April 12, 1987 at 2:00 p.m. in
? Edenton, NC. The starting point will
be the Old Court House Green, Water
St., Edenton. The course runs
. - through beautiful historic Edenton
J ;and Hayes Plantation. Plenty of
* available parking.
The $6.00 fee races include 1 Mile
* "Fun Run", 2:00 p.m., 5K Race, 2:30
p.m., and 10K Race, 2:30 p.m.
Awards and age groups: 1 Mile "Fun
; Run" Top male and female finishers
* in the folowing age groups. 6 and un
t der, 7-9, 10-12, 13-17, 18-29, 30-45, 46
J and over
* 5K and 10K? Top male and female
J in each event and top male and fe
< male in the following age groups. 19
and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40 and over.
> No duplication of award recipients.
; All runners will receive a Great
* Herring Rip T-Shirt. Post race re
C freshment will be furnished to all
i rece participates courtesy of the Cho
wan-Edenton Optimist Club.
Race Day: Registration begins at
1 : 15 P.M. and ends 5 minutes prior to
the starting time of the various
races. All runners pick up T-shirts
* and numbers the day of the race.
? ROY S. CHAPPELL
<? HERTFORD? Roy Seymour Chap
pell, 56, of Route 4, Box 14, Hertford,
? died Tuesday, March 17, 1987, at
11:08 p.m. in Albemarle Hospital a
A native of Perquimans County he
* was the son of the late Roy O. and
f Leora Pierce Chappell. He was the
manager of the S&R Supermarket
. meat department, Edgewood, Eliza
l.beth City. Mr. Chappell was cur
rently a member of the Winfall Town
* Council, the Hertford Baptist Church
'-and Perquimans Masonic Lodge 106
* A.F. & A.M. He was a charter mem
ber of the Perquimans County Res
.cue Squad, a member of the Winfall
..Volunteer Fire Department, the
* Loyal Order of Moose, Lodge 1847
T and formerly served as a Boy Scout
* Survivors include his wife, Doris
Carver Chappell; two sons, Larry
?*_ Chappell and Jerry Chappell, both of
?Hertford; three sisters, Mrs. Maxie
.Watson of Virginia Beach, Va., Mrs.
^Kathleen Wilson of Hickory and Mrs.
Irene Whatley of Orlando, Fla.; a
"brother, Louis Lee Chappell of Vir
ginia Beach, Va. and 2 grandchil
^ Funeral services were held Thurs
day, March 19, at 3:00 p.m. in the
Swindell Funeral Chapel with the
Rev. Raymond Needham officiating.
"Burial followed in Cedarwood Ceme
**tery with Masonic Rites.
Pallbearers were Jack Symons,
Mrchie T. Lane, Jr., Billy Harrell, Al
len Winslow, Mills Riddick and Em
^ The schedule for the Perquimans
bounty Bookmobile for March 28,
,1987 is as follows:
^ New Hope, 10:00-10:15, White Hat,
10:90-11:00; M. Wood Drive, 11:15;
^Amibelle Whitley, 11:30; Woodville
iFire Station. 12:00-12:30; S. Broglin
-'?Drive, 12:30; J. Perry's Drive, 12:30
4pnd Chapanoke, 12:45-1:15.
"f Alio, C.W. Gregory, 1:30; Winnie
'Riddick, 1:45; Lay den Supermarket,
^1:00-2:15; K. Turner* Drive (Belvi
-fcere), 2:15-2:30; M. White, 2:45;
?JBuby Baby, 3:M and Wynne Fork,
photo by (iina Jepson
Pictured above is Glen Daily, current President of the N.C.
Jaycees as he speaks to the coastal area Jaycees at a re
gional meeting sponsored by the Perquimans County Jay
cees this past Saturday. Some 60 Jaycees came to Hertford
for the regional meeting.
Jollish & Shelia, Owners
Choose with core the mon
ument that will stand al
ways in reverent beauty,
forever marking a cherished
Hwy. 17 South, across from
Hours; Monday-Friday 8 to 5
Saturday 8-12 Noon
Hwy. 17 South, Elizabeth
Mr and Mrs Clifford J. "Pete"
Perry of Rt. 3, Hertford, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Gwendolyn Simpson Perry to Mi
chael Kevin Hurdle, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E.L. Hurdle, Jr. of Rt. 1 Belvi
The bride-elect attended Perqui
mans County High School and Col
lege of the Albemarle. She is em
ployed at the Pasquotank County
Health Department, Elizabeth City,
The prospective bridegroom at
tended Perquimans County High
School and is employed with Ramsey
Lumber Co., Suffolk, VA.
The wedding is planned for June 14,
1987, 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at
Hertford Baptist Church.
GWENDOLYN S. PERRY
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