Carroll Goodwin In
Carroll C. Goodwin of Eden ton,
has been elected to membership ir
Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Rollins
College, Winter Park, Fla. Forty
students were pledged by the three
national and two local fraternities
for men on the Rollins campus at the
close of the customary “rushing”
Goodwin transferred to Rollins
this year from Louisburg College in
North Carolina. He is a graduate of
Edenton High School.
FORMER CHOWAN RESIDENT
DIES IN SUFFOLK HOSPITAL
Mrs. Martha Hollowell Sitterson,
age 64, died in a Suffolk, Va., hospital
Saturday night after an illness oi
some time. Mrs. Sitterson was the
wife of Belitha J. Sitterson, and had
lived in Suffolk, Va., for a long time.
She was bom in Chowan County,
the daughter of the late Quinton
Hollowell. She first married D.
Twine, and to this union two chil
dren were born, Mrs. George Beasley
and Horace Twine, both now living ir
New York City. After Mr. Twine’s
death she married Mr. Sitterson.
Funeral services were held Tuesday
morning at 11 o’clock from the First
Baptist Church, Suffolk, Va., and in
terment was made in Cedar Hill
The deceased is survived by her
husband and one sister, Mrs. J. T.
Eason, who lives near Edenton. She
also leaves a number of nieces anc!
nephews, among them being Mrs. E
J. Ward and E. L. Hollowell, both of
1 COLERAIN j
Robert Sessoms, of Roanoke, Va..
spent the week-end with his mother
Mrs. Bettie Sessoms.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Curran, of
Edenton, visited in town Sunday af
The James Adams Floating Thea
tre arrived at Colerain Wharf Sun
day for the week.
On Wednesday night there will be
a dance at the Peanut House. The
Colerain band will play for it.
Miss Peggy Perry, a student at
Meredith College, Raleigh, spent the
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Perry.
Grady Britt, a student at Wake
Forest College, spent the week-end
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Perry, Mrs. L.
A. Perry and Mrs. Lee Miller were
shoppers in Norfolk, Va., Tuesday.
Miss Bessie Godwin, of Windsor,
spent the week-end with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Ale Godwin.
Mrs. M. R. Montague and Mrs.
Estill Deans spent the week-end in
Powellsville with Mrs. A. C. White.
W. P. Sharp and Paul Sharp visit
ed Mr. Sharp’s mother in Harrells
ville, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. a.nd Mrs. D. R. Britton return
ed home Sunday after spending two
weeks with their daughter in Salis
D. J. Pritchard, Mr. and Mrs.
Mayes and children, of Hertford, vis
ited Rev. and Mrs. L. M. Dixon or
Mr. and Mrs. George Holley and
Thomas Holley spent the week-end ir
Charleston, S. C., with their son, who
is a student at Citidal Military Aca
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Owens visited
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Forehand Sunday.
Mrs. Graham Harrell and Mrs. .Toe
White were shoppers in Ahoskie on
Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. White visited
Mrs. White’s mother in Winterville
Thursday. Mary Alice stave! until
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Pierce spent
Sunday with Mrs. Pierce’s parents.
Mrs. Alpheus Brown entertained a
group of young people at an enjoy
able party at her home Monday even
Mrs. Jodie Perry is spending sev
eral days with Mr. and Mrs. Georgie
Mrs. W. H. Beasley has returned
home after spending several days ir.
Windsor with Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Rowland, in Scotland Neck Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jacobs, Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Perry, Mr. and Mrs
Lee Miller were visitors in Edenton
L. D. Perry made a business trip
to Windsor Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Montague, of
Windsor, were in town Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parker were
visitors in Edenton Thursday evening.
The Virginia Light and Power Co.
had men in town this week working
on the line, which was recently taken
over by them.
Miss Dorothy Newsome was not
able to resume her teaching Monday
because of illness.
Rev. M. L. Dixon left Tuesday for
Asheville to attend the State Sunday
Mrs. I. G. Beasley was the dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hughes
Miss Ida Townsend was the gruest
of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brinkley Sun
Mrs. Bettie Sessoms attended the
Methodist Conference in Powellsville 1
The County Commissioners met
November 4, 1935, with a full Board
present. The minutes of the last
meeting were read and approved.
The following standing orders were
passed for help in support:
Clarissa Lowther, $3.00; Julia Pru
den, $4.00; Mary Bailey, $3.00; Puss
Modlin, $5.00; Austin Lawrence,
$3.00; Mrs. R. F. Tuttle (for Mack
Skinner) $5.00; Mrs. A. T. Bush (for
Mary Reed) $5.00; George Skinner,
$2.00; Annie Elliott, $3.00'; Pullan
Cabarrus, $3.00; Cora Perry, $3.00;
Eliza Creighton, $3.00; William Skin
ner, $3.00; Mrs. Vera Ashley, $3.00;
Nannie Gregory, $3.00; Mrs. Allie
Griffin, $2.00; Mourning Granby,
$3.00; Lillian Tripp, $3.00; Patrick
Dail, $3.00; D. P. Rice, $4.00; Theo.
Bradley, $3.00; L. G. Layton (for
John Dail) 12.00; Alfred Creecy,
$3.00; Gertrude Ricks, $3.00; Mrs.
Ruby Adams, $12.00; Tony Skinner,
$2.00; Evie Barrow, $3.00; Miss El
len Hudson, 5.00; Reuben Blount,
$3.00; Albert Boston, $2.00; Frank
Miltieer, $1.50; Abe Dillard and fam
ily, $5.00; Betsy Sawyer, $3.00; Thos.
Henry Parker and wife, $4.00; Isaac
Jordan, $3.00; Marie Haughton, $4.00;
John Burke, $2.50; Anthony Roberson
and wife, $5.00; Elbert Riddick,
$2.50; Will Gatling, $3.00; W. H.
White and wife, $5.00; Lucy Williams,
$3.00; Sarah Edmonds, $4.50; Georg
anna Miller and sisters, $2.50; Marie
Watford, $2.00; Mattie Edney, $2.00;
W. J. Edney (Evaline Cox) $3.00;
Mary Coffield (colored) $3.00; John
Davenport, $2.50; Ada Hines, $2.50;
Sarah Bembury, $3.00; Henry Gilliam
$3.00; Ida Holley, $3.00; David Col
lins, $3.00; Dorcas Scott, $3.00;
Charles Martin and wife, $5.00; Sal
i lie Jones (colored) $3.00; E. L. Can
nady, $3.00; Joe Wills (wood for
Mary Bailey) $1.50.
The following bills were ordered
J. N. Pruden, judge recorder court.
$50.00; W. S. Privott, Jr., prosecuting
attorney, $50.00; Miss Rebecca Col
well, salary, $66.00; N. K. Rowell,
salary county agent, $100.00; George
C. Hoskins, salary county treasurer,
$50.00; R. D. Dixon, bill and salary,
$135.80; Dr. J. A. Powell, bill and
salary, $40.50; Quinn Furniture Co.,
bill, heater for jail, $52.05; Sheriff
J. A. Bunch, salary and bill, $245.95;
G. E. Harrell, bill and salary, county
home, $69.00; Mrs. J. C. Byrum, bill,
milk for county home, $8.40; D. B.
Liles, bill, $1.30; Brown Bros., bill,
$1.50; Mitchell Printing Co., bill,
$5.65; Commercial Printing Co.,
$14.87; Jno. C. Bond Co., bill, $2.44;
Town of Edenton, E. L. & W. Dept.,
$7.55; G. E. Boyce, bill, 3 hogs killed
by dogs, $24.00; J. I. Boyce, bill, 6
hogs killed by dogs, $21.00; The Cho
wan Herald, bill, $33.25; J. A. Curran
Grocery, bill, 52c; J. H. Holmes Co.,
bill, $7.92; Byrum Bros. Hardware
Co., $77.65; W. D. Pruden, bill.
$23.00; W. J. Taylor, welfare officer,
salary and bill, $26.00; W. L. Boswell,
rent for Mrs. Georgia Belch, $5.00;
The Michie Co., bill, $25.00; S. W.
Moore, jailer, bill, $111.40; Owen G.
Dunn Co., bill, $26.87; Ziegler & Son,
bill, casket for Flossie Riddick, $12.00;
R. C. Privott, bill, $21.03; E. E. Har
rell, bill, $12.36; H. V. Bass, bill,
potatoes for County Home, $20.00.
On motion duly seconded that
Sheriff J. A. Bunch be authorized to
have the coupons for vaccinated dogs
On motion duly seconded that
$904,76 interest on bonds due Decem
ber 1, 1935, be paid.
By motion of W. K. Winbome, sec
onded by A. C. Boyce, that N. S. R. R.
1935 tax check be accepted less 1% %
The following names were drawn
for jurors for the December term of
W. W. Harrell, C. A. Perry, W. W.
Small, M. L. Bateman, C. H. Small,
James Bunch, J. E. Bunch, Colbert
Byrum, Ray Bunch, J. Frank White,
Tr., O. B. Potter, L. E. Emminizer,
Junius White, V. D, Hollowell, J.
Wallace Goodwin, Joe White, H. C.
Jackson, E. N. Elliott, David V. Hare,
Lloyd Parrish, H. T. Copeland, W. T.
Eason, M. H. Perry, D. H. Welch, O.
C. Twine, W. F. Corprew, A. L. Hol
lowell, N. E. Jordan, Cameron J.
Boyce, A. H. Copeland, W. J. Bunch,
George-T. Jordan, James Brabble, W.
J. Goodwin, L. P. Belch, H. C. Brink
By motion of J. A. Webb, seconded
by A. D. Ward, that W. S. Privott,
Jr., be appointed to complete the tax
supervisor’s joß’ for the year of 1935,
formerly held by his deceased father.
The following people were relieved
of 1934 taxes, error in listing:
David Morris, $9.28; Nichols Bros.,
$5.04; Harriett Bond, $6.24; George
Curry, $5.12; J. H. Leroy, $7.82;
Henry Mansfield, $2.76; William
Creighton, $4.03; total, $40.27.
By motion duly seconded that A. C.
Boyce be relieved of T. E. Harrell
property, $11,500 value, error through'
On motion duly seconded that W.
J. Taylor be authorized to investigate
the case of George Collins concerning
entering county home.
On motion duly seconded that Mrs.
Georgia Belch be added to relief roll,
GOES TO SOUTHERN PINES
' " ' I
W. Carlton Mason left Edenton 1
Sunday for Southern Pines, where he I
has accepted a reportorial position ]
with the Southern Pines Pilot. ]
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N. G, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14 IMS.
$5.00 per month, also a quart of milk
per day until not necessary.
On motion duly seconded that Mr.
Pattrick Dail be increased from three
to five dollars per month help in
On motion duly seconded that
Chairman D. M. Warren be authoriz
ed to appoint a county auditor.
The commissioners will meet at the
county home Wednesday, November
27, at 10 o’clock.
Miss Reoecca Colwell’s report re
ceived and ordered filed.
Treasurer’s report received and or
Dr. J> A. Powell’s report received
and ordered filed.
No further business, the Boar'd ad
M. L. BUJiCH,
Clerk to Board.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE sl67
Radio for Automatic gun. See J.
A. Crawford, Edenton, N. C.
FOR SALE CABBAGE PLANTS.
Jersey Wakefield, good size. $1.50
per thousand delivered. Small lots
mailed 20 cents per hundred. T. A.
Smithwick, Merry Hill, N.. C.
PIANO BECAUSE OF FINAN
cial reverses of- the original pur
chaser a beautiful piano in this
community is being returned to us
Will transfer this account to re
sponsible party for balance due
Cash or terms. For particulars ad
dress Lee Piano Co., Lynchburg.
NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX
Having this day qualified as Exe
cutrix of the estate of Mrs. Kate F.
Byrum, deceased, notice is hereby
given to all persons holding or hav
ing claims against the said estate to
present the same, duly verified, to
the undersigned on or before Oct. 8,
1936, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of recovery. Those indebted
to the said estate will please make
This Oct. 8, 1935.
EMMA C. BYRUM, Executrix
Mrs. Kate F. Byrum Estate.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Mrs. Maggie Cobb,
deceased, late of Chowan County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Edenton, N. C.,
on or before the 7th day of Novem
ber, 1936, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of recovery. All per
sons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This the 7th day of November. 1935.
THE BANK OF EDENTON,
Administrator of Mrs. Maggie Cobb.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
By virtue of Deed of Trust exe
cuted by R. M. Cooper and wife to ,
undersigned Trustee, recorded in
Book 36, page 237, Chowan County
Registery, I will offer for sale, for
cash, to highest bidder, at Court
House door, Edenton, N. C., Satur
day, November 30th, 1935, at 12:00
o’clock M., the following real estate:
The land lying on the Green Hall
road: Beginning at Cherry Capehart-.
Monds comer; thence S. 70 deg. E.'
18% ch. to a canal; thence along j
said canal N. 10 deg. E. 3 ch.; thence
N. 70 deg. W. 31% ch. to Green Hall
road; thence S. 25 deg. W. 1 ch. to
the Cherry Capehart-Monds line;
thence S. 70 deg. E. 13 ch.; thence S.
25 deg. E. 1 ch. to place of beginning,
containing 8 acres, more or less, and
being lot No. 2 of Plat by T. W.
This 29th day of October, 1933.
HERBERT LEARY, Trustee.
In the Sperior Court
Chowan County Before the Clerk
F. W. Hobbs, Admr. of the estate of
Miles Muse, deceased, petitioner
Miles Muse, Jr., and wife, Mrs. Miles
Muse, Jr., Jackson Muse and Wife,
Mrs. Jackson Muse, Mollie Muse
Bunch and Husband, Dan Bunch,
Gertrude Muse Creecy 4 Husband,
John Creecy, Jr., Willie Jones,
Ophelia Jones, Elbert Riddick, Jr.,
Robert Gregory, Jr., Vandeline
Gregory Privott and Husband,
Levy Privott, Malinda Gregory,
Dora Muse, W. D. Pruden, Trustee,
And the unknown heirs of Miles
Muse, deceased, and any and all
persons having or claiming any
right, title, interest or estate in
and to the estate of Miles Muse,
NOTICE OF SUMMONS
The defendants, Gertrude Muse
Creecy, John Creecy, Jr., Miles Muse,
Jr., Mrs. Miles Muse, Jr., Jackson
Muse, Mrs. Jackson Muse, Willie
Jones, Ophelia Jones, Elbert Riddick,
Jr., above named, and all other heirs
of Miles Muse, deceased, whose
names and residences are unknown
will take notice that a special pro
ceeding entitled as above has been
begun before the Clerk Superior
Court, Chowan County, for the pur
pose of selling the real estate of said
Miles Muse, deceased, which is locat-
: sd In Chowan County, for the purpose
of making assets to pay off the debts
. of said decedent, and costs of admin
i i»tration, and said defendants are
, required to appear before the Clerk
Superior Court, Chowan County, at
. his office in Edenton, N. C., within
’ thirty days from December 5, 1935,
the date of the completion of the pub
, lication of this notice, and answer or
, demur to the petition which has been
filed in the office of said Clerk, or the
petitioner will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand this sth day of
R. D. DIXON,
Clerk Superior Court.
J. N. Pruden, Attorney for
■ Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of R. B. Hollowell, Sr.,
deceased, late of Chowan County,
North Carolina, this is te notify all
persons having claims against the
estate of said deceased to exhibit
them to the undersigned at Edenton,
N. C., on or before the 7th day of
November, 1936, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This the 7th day of November, 1935.
THE BANK OF EDENTON,
Administrator of R. B. Hollowell, Sr.
Nov. 7, 14,21,28,Dec. 5,12 — be
North Carolina, In the
Chowan County. Superior Court
Fannie Williams, individually and as
widow and administratrix of Joe -
Williams, deceased, Petitioner
George Williams, et als, heirs of Joe
Williams, deceased, et als, Re
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue of an order of
the Clerk Superior Court entered in
the above entitled special proceeding
on September 16, 1935, the under
signed, W. D. Pruden, Commissioner,
will on Monday, December 2, 1935, at
12 o’clock noon, at the Court House
door in Edenton, N. C., offer for sale
for cash at public biddings the fol
lowing real estate in the town of
Edenton, Chowan County, N. C., to
(1) That certain lot, with im
provements thereon, situate on the
southeast comer of Albemarle and
Mosely streets, bounded north by
Albemarle street, east by the Joe
Williams store property, south by
Norman Brinkley and west by Mose
ly street, the same being the prop
erty formerly occupied by Henrietta
Williams, and being same property
conveyed to Joe Williams by W. S
Privott and wife by deed dated
August 2, 1916, and recorded in deed
book —, page —, Chowan County
Registry. Fronting on Mosely street
and directly south of the dwelling on
the comer of Mosely and Albemarle
streets is a small tenant house, which
was moved from Albemarle to Mose
ly street and the same is incorporated
in the above boundaries.
(2) That certain lot fronting on
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insurance for each depositor under the permanent
deposit insurance now in effect. ' '
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; the south side of Albemarle street,
: known as the store-lot, the same
- bounded on the north by said Albe
: marie street, east by the lot owned
by N. W. Ryan and Joe Williams,
; south by Norman Brinkley property
i and west by the property formerly
, occupied by Henrietta Williams, and
the same being the property convey
• edeby W. S. Privott and wife to Joe
i Williams, recorded in deed book “N”
page 191, Chowan County Registry,
■ but subject to the life estate of Fan
(3) An undivided 3-4 interest in
that certain lot, with improvements,
situate on West Albemarle street, in
the Town of Edenton, N. C., and on
the south side of said Albemarle
street and bounded on the north by
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F. C. X. FEEDS I
SPECIALS ON FEEDS FOR SATURDAY I
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Market Laying Mash _ _ J
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I East King Street |l
Phone 204 Edenton, N. C.
Albemarle street, emt by lot owned
by Dr. Richard DSlard, south by Jot
owned by Norm are Brinkley and TOBt
by fte store property of said Wil
liams, described immediately above,
the same being about 30 feet wide
and' 165 feet deep and being the
property formerly owned by Martha
This 2nd day of November, 1935.
W. Di PRUDEN,
(Dr. J. W. Selig
9 Will be in his offic^
f TI on third floor of
uAXuSufthe Citizens Bank
FRIDAY, NOV. 22
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