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Down Manteo 12 0
Locals Outplay Visitors
In First Oriel Game
KileritonV All-Blars. recently or
gan 'zed football team. won its first
game Thursday afternoon on Hicks
Field-, taking the long end of a 12-u
Score from the Manteo Independi uts
The same was arranged as a Thanks
giving Hay feature and attracted a
goodly number of football fans. The
team is composed of former college-
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and high school football players, as
well as a few members of this year's
edition of the Edenton Aces.
I The Edenton team, which had
been practicing nightly for a week or
more, developed into a smooth-work
ing team and outplayed the visitors,
who had played two previous games.
I The greater portion of the game was!
played in Manteo territory, though;
the locals were not able to score un
til the second quarter. The Edenton ,
team secured possession of the hall
on the Manteo 45, from where lien
Askew dipped a pass to Tex' Lindsay
on a sleeping end play which netted
.'lO yards. Two more plays put the
1 hall: on the 0 yard line and Askew
again passed to Lindsay, who was in
the end zone for the first score of the!
. game. Try for extra point failed.
Moth teams plated on about even
terms dur-hig the remainder of the I
j During the third quarter Nick
! George intercepted a Manteo pass
and chased about 25 yards before he
was. pulled dow n. With the ball on
the Manteo 8-yard line. Askew
smashed through the line for the sec
opd touchdown, but again the try for
i.extra point tailed.
The visitors near the end of the
game resorted to passing, but were,
ainb'.o to connect for a score.
Funeral Services Held
For Mrs. Eugenia Faker
Funeral <•>•••. Ices were held Monday ,
* afternoon of last week for Airs. Eu
i genia Baker, TP, who died at her:
home in the Yeopirii section Sunday
afternoon. She had been in in health j
for a long time. The services were
. held at the home with the Rev. K, 11, i
Meekins, pastor of Bethany Methodist ’
Ghurch of Perquimans. County, otßci- j
a'ir.g. Interment was -.made in Beav
er Hill Cemetery.
' Deceased was born in Perquimans
County December 27, 18<>8. the daugh- .
■ • >r of Ellsberrv Walton and Elizabeth
, Felton Riddick. She was married to ,
r Richard A Baker on March 1. 1894,
and to this uniiuV .hye -children were
Surviving are . the live children. ,1
William E. Baker and M rs. J, -William j..
•leth.ro of Edenton. Mrs. James E. j
"Lacy of Suffolk. Va„ R. Ervin Baker
j and Miss l’i ar! Baker, who made i
their home with their mo;hi r Six
grandchildren, four great grandchil
,'dren and 'several.. nieces, r.-phews and
cousins a:.- ■ survive,
Bali bearers were nephews of the L
.deceased. Tarli'e Twine, .).•!•■ . < Twine. ~
.Elmer Twine. John Jollilf. Radar Rid
. dick and >hn Riddick.
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THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, X. C.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1!>4(!.
| High School News
The student body of Edenton High
School assembled Wednesday after
noon, November 27, to bear one
phase of a State-wide crusade 4>
I raise North Carol ilia's health rating
| from the low position it how occupies.
This part of the drive was a high
| school oratorical contest on the sub
ject. 'North Carolina’s Number One
! Need -flood Health.’’
There wore nine contestants with
.speeches not to exceed toil minutes,!
who spoke in the following order:
'Charlotte Buneh. Heba Coiner, Fay |
' Dail, Lucille Snell. Alice Williams, j
Edna Williams, Cary Martin. Charles !
Overman and Thomas Wright.
Throe grammar grade teachers.
Miss Fleming. Miss Copeland and \
Mr. Swain, judges, chose as winners
Alice Willian.s-and Charles Overman,
with honorable mention for Charlotte !
Bunch. Mrs .1, \V Davis, assistant
chairman of the drive in this county, j
aw arded prizes of 85.01' each to the I
two w iniiers
if they choose to do so, the win- 1
tiers from this county may go to one •
of 17 other centers for further elim- j
ination. Contestants winning at |
j these eliminations can go to one of*
four other elimination centers, where i
four boys and four girls will he se
lected to go to two Centers, one east
ern and one western, for semi-final
eliminations. Finally, Otese four pu
pils will compete for the two .folio
scholarships offered to the winning
; boy and girl by the North Carolina!
[ Good Health Association. Inc. Very I
[ recently a second prize of two RCA
j yictrola radio-phonographs were con-.i
' trjbut-ed'-hy the Southern Radio Cor-r
: poration of Charlotte, Carolina dis
tributors for RCA Victor products, j
AH over the State, the drive to
make North Carolina healthy is. pro- j
grossing, Even in Hollywood. Kay; ‘
Kyser and other stars from North
| Carolina are doing their part to *
awake -North Carolinians to the 'need fl
for better health.
Mrs. J. T. Satterfield
Passed Away Sunday
.Mrs, Mary Leah Batterfirid, Ts,!
widow of the late Judson T. Sat ter- ’
field, died at her home on West Eden!
Street about s:.'lt» o’clock Sunday I
morning. She had been in decEning j
health for several months, but only on 1
d’ridayx had her condition become j
alarming, -Her husband preceded her!
to the grave'during-this year.
Percy* Salt* rtioid. a son, is.the oiijy j
Kimcra! s«-rvuvs wvtv held Momiiij
aftt rnoon at S nYhuk at the Ziegler |
Fiiiiontl Hoiiio, with the Rev. R. \. (
f Cam>ll and the Re.v. !■'. 1.. Wells »f-1
lntehnient was made it, le aver Hill
! Pallbearers were ,1. K. CotTey, W.
|S. Perry. Raymond Mansiield, John
Habit, Skinner White and Riigein l
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week, never stopping, the kidneys filter
j waste matter from the blood.
' if more people were aware of how the
j kidneys must constantly remove sur
plus fluid, excess acids and other waste
matter that cannot stav in the blood
without injury to health, there would
be better understanding of uhy the ,
whole system is upset when kidneys fail
to function properly.
Burning, scanty or too frequent urina
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pains, getting up at nights, swelling.
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Rosser Bunch, Jr., New
President Ga And Ra
'j Theda and Ra of the Geftter Hill
Baptist Church held its regular
,! meeting oil November 25 with Vivian
' l and June Wiggins.
The meeting was opened by the
song "Living For Jesus,” followed by
the Bible reading by Vivian Wiggins.
A duet was sung by Annie Belle and
Britton Byrum. “Deserts Stretch Be
fore Our Years” was read by Ruth
i Boyce. Janet Faye Jerhigan read the
i story “Mexico's Rocky Heights,” fol
lowed by Annie Belle Byrum reading I
I “Look at Latin America." and Jane '
i Wiggins read the story "In I'anaina," :
j which Was followed by a song "Thol
■Old Rugged Cross." The meeting I
i Was dismiss* d by a Thanksgiving j
I prayer by Irene Byrum
* it was decided to ineet wit h the'
I loader.. Viola Byrum.
The follow ing officers were elected:
j Rosser Bunch. Jr., president: Vivian !
j Wiggins, vice president : Sarah .lor I
dan. secretary and treasurer; Janice.
Byrum. assistant secretary; Vivian
Wiggins, pianist: Ruth Boyce, assist- |
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Byrum, song leaders: Irene Byrum. ■
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Those present were Janice Byrum.
Sarah Jordan. Vivian Wiggins, Annie
Belle Byrum, Britton Byrum, James
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Viola Byrum, Janet Faye Jernigan,
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