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ANNE 8. JENKINS
EDENTON - Anne Speight Jenkins,
83, at lot Eden St., died Aug. 15 in a
A graveside service will be con
ducted Tuesday in Beaver Hill Ceme
tery by the Rev. John Gibson. Willi
ford-Barham Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Jenkins was a native of Cho
wan County and was the retired
owner of Anne's Beauty Salon. She
was a member of St. Pauls Episcopal
Church and a member of the Ameri
can,' Legion Auxiliary Poet 40. Jen
kins was a charter member of the
Edqnton Business and Professional
She was inducted into the North
Carolinian Cosmotology Hall of
Faipe in 1961. Jenkins helped orga
nize the North Carolina State Board
of (/osmetics Art Examination Board
in 1&33 and was appointed to serve on
that board by two governors in 1951
She was the widow of Henry C. Jen
Survivors include a son, Will S.
Bond of Wake Village, Texas; two
sisters, Alula S. Colvin of Temperan
cesville, Va., and Margaret S. White
of Edenton; and a brother, W.E.
Speight of Hertford.
KINES D. COPELAND
TYNER? Kines Dail Copeland, 79,
Route 1, Tyner, died Aug. 14, 1967, at
The funeral was conducted at
Happy Home Pentecostal Holiness
Church at 3 p.m. Sunday by the Revs.
Henry Pillow and Eula Harrell.
Bur)al was in the church cemetery.
Wil|iford-Barham Funeral Home
was charge of arrangements.
A-native of Chowan, Mrs. Copeland
wa i the widow of Merrill Copeland.
She,' was a member of Happy Home
Survivors include three daughters,
Yvonne Ward of Tyner, Margaret
Sprfey of Newport News, Va., Carole
Ch^ppell of Belvidere; two sons, M.
Elwood Copeland of Elizabeth City
ana Paul Durwood Copeland of
Tyner; three sisters Mrs. Rehem
Ch4ppell of Belvidere, Recer Jordan
an<] A1 bertha Chappell, both of
Ty^er; 14 grandchildren and six
ZANNIE L. WILLIAMS
liDENTON? Zannie Lucas Wil
liadns, 80, of Route 2, died Aug. 17,
1967 in a Danville, Va., hospital.
Mrs. Williams, a native of Rocking
ham County was the widow of Percy
L. Williams. She was a member of
Yeopim Baptist Church.
Survivors include, four daughters,
Esther Brabble, Alice Martin and
Edna Trapp, all of Edenton, and
Anna Hare of Tyner; three sons, Guy
Williams and K.W. Williams, both of
and Lloyd "Mike" Williams of Fayet
teville; four sisters, Nellie Lucas of
Danville, Clemmie Lemons of Eden,
Naomi Nelson of Pinetops, and Ethel
Inman of Morehead City,; two broth
ers, Norman Lucas of Greensboro
and Richard Lucas of Pinetops; 16
grandchildren; and 18 great-grand
The funeral was conducted 2 p.m.
Wednesday in Williford-Barham Fu
neral Chapel by the Rev. Stanley
Nixon. Burial was in Beaver Hill
EULA MARIE BILLUPS HILL
Mrs. Eula Marie Billups Hill, 80,
died Thursday, August 13, 1967 at
4:00 p.m. at Kings County Hospital,
Brooklyn, N.Y. She was a native at
Perquimans County Mdttwlin Win
fall. She was a member of the Ellis
Temple Missionary Baptist Church,
Winfall, its Senior Choir and its Dea
She was the daughter of the late
George Billups and Mrs. Mollie Bil
"survivors include her husband,
Alex Hill; two daughters, Mrs.
Georgetta Brooks of Trenton, N J
and Ms. Gladys Hill of Brooklyn,
Funeral services were conducted
Tuesday, August 18, 1887 at 3:00 pjm.
at Ellis Temple Missionary Baptist
Church in Winfall. The Rev. W. A.
Davis officiated. Burial followed in
the Perry Family Cemetary, Winfall
S tailings Memorial Chapel was in
charge of arrangements.
JAMES E. SKINNER
James E. Skinner, 73. died August
7, 1987, in Roanoke Chowan Hospital
in Ahoskie, N.C.
He was the son of the late James
Paul and Catherine McCleese Skin
ner and husband of Rosa Everett
Mr. Skinner was a native of Colum
bia, N.C. He was a member of Bethel
Survivors include two daughters.
Mi's Nellie Price of Bronx, N.Y. and
Mrs Beulah Felton, Hertford; two
sons, James E. Skinner, Jr. of Bronx,
N.Y. and Robert Lee Skinner of Hert
ford; six sisters, Mrs. Rose James of
Queens, N.Y., Mrs. Annie Farrah
and Mrs. Martha Williams of Hack
ensack, N.J., Mrs. Mary Simpson
Olena Spellman and Dora Newell of
Teaneck, N.J.; five brothers, Henry
Skinner of Columbia, N.C., Vernon
Skinner, Elizabeth City, Isaac Skin
ner of Bronx, N.Y., Wallace and
Avory Skinner of Teaneck, N.J.; four
aunts, Mrs. Cora Skinner, Mrs
Laura McCleese, Mrs. Olena Skin
ner, Mrs. Elizabeth Skinner; two un
cles Mr. Townsend Skinner of Nor
folk Va. and Theodore Skinner of
Columbia, N.C., 17 grandchildren
and 8 great-grandchildren.
GRACE W. CRAFT
SUNBURY - Grace Winslow Craft,
78, of Route 1, died August 16, 1987, in
a New Bern hospital.
Mrs. Craft, a native of Perquimans
County, N.C. was a member of Har
rell's Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband,
William Ralph Craft Sr.; a son, Wil
liam R. Craft Jr. of Chesapeake;
three sisters, Lillie Bray of Elizabeth
City, N.C. , Myrtle Strickland of
Spring Hope, N.C., and Neva Barrow
of Suffolk; three brothers, Ocil
Winslow of Corapeake, N.C., James
Winslow of Hurdle Mills, N.C. and
Carson Winslow of Sunbury; three
grandchildren; and three great
A graveside service was conducted
at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Up River
Cemetery, Belvidere, by the Rev.
VERNON V. WHITE
HERTFORD? Vernon Vasti White,
Sr., 75, of Route 1, Box 508, died Aug.
8th in the Brian Center.
A graveside service was held Tues
day, Aug. 11th, at 2 p.m. in Cedar
wood Cemetery. Twiford's Memorial
Chapel was in charge of arrange
Rhonda's Beauty Shop
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Mr. White was a native of Chowan
County and was a retired sell-em
ployed carpenter and painter.
He was the son of the late Theodore
Shelton and Mattie Elizabeth Evans
Survivors include his wife, Nina
Maude Phillips White of the home;
two daughters, Mrs. June Fay Cole
man of Virginia Beach, Va., and Mrs.
Marilyn Kaye Jones of Elizabeth
City; a son, Vernon Vasti White Jr. of
Virginia Beach, Va.; a sister, Mrs.
Eva Ward of Gates County; two
brothers, Joseph W. White of Hert
ford, and Percy Ray White of Eliza
beth City; 11 grandchildren; and nine
TIMOTHY M. STANTON
Stanton, 16, of Route 2, Box 359, Hert
ford died Friday evening, August 14,
1967, from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident near New Hope.
A native of Pasquotank County he
was a life-long resident of Perqui
mans County and was the son Of
Thomas Wade Stanton, Sr. and Sha
ron Jean Chappell Stanton. He was a
rising Junior at Perquimans County
High School where how played on the
Varsity Baseball Team and was a
member of the Future Farmers of
America. He also played baseball
with the American Legion Post 40
team, was a member of Hertford
Baptist Church and its Royal Ambas
Besides his parents survivors in
clude two brothers, Thomas Wade
Stanton, Jr. and Christopher Shawn
Stanton, both of the home; his mater
nal grandmother, Mrs. Virginia
Chappell of Route 3, Hertford; his pa
ternal grandparents, Mr. & Mrs.
W.J. Stanton of Winfall and his
maternal great-grandfather, W.A.
Chappell of Hertford.
Graveside services were held Sun
day at 2:30 p.m. in Cedarwood Ceme
tery with the Rev. Raymond Need
ham and the Rev. George Wilmore
officiating. Swindel Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements.
Active Pallbeareers were Reggie
Trueblood, Derrick Rogers, Todd
Hunter, Richard Thatch, Alex Cox,
Brad Hurdle, David Abernathy and
Jarrod Baccus. Honorary pallbear
eres were Pete Hunter, Wiliam Chap
pell, Tim White, Mark Hurdle, Jeff
Cartwright, Dan Gregory, Chad
Nixon, Lyle Brown, Bert Perry and
Dennis G. Smith, son of James G.
and Classie G.Smith of Rural Route
4, Hertford, N.C., has been promoted
in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of
Smith is a physical therapy in
structor at Sheppard Air Force Base,
Texas, with the School of Health Care
His wife, Wanda, is the daughter of
Thomas E. Taylor of Rural Route 6,
Elizabeth City, N.C.
The sergeant received an associate
degree in 1985 from the Community
College of the Air Force.
Staff photos by Aaite Wood
Miriam Hasketl, teacher's
aide for Hertford Grammar ,.i
School, and Bill Flippen, head'.'
coach for Perquimans County-; <
High School, prepares for the "
beginning of the school year/ '
Haskett prepares school vi- '
sual aids for the up and com-. :
ing year while Coach Flippen ?<
prepares the football field*.
School is scheduled to starf (
Monday, August 24. .
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