Edenton Aces Are
Scheduled For 12
First Game on Home
Diamond April Ist
Coach Tex Lindsay on Tuesday re- 1
b ased the schedule of conference
sanies for the Edenton High School
baseball team, 12 games being ar-;
ranged, of which six will be played j
on the home diamond- In conference!
play, the Aces will compete with
Kinston, Tarboro, Roanoke Rapids, j
Washington* New Bern and Elizabeth
The first game is scheduled Tues
day, April 1, when Kinston will come
tii Edenton to cross bats with the
Aces. The next home game will be
with Roanoke Rapids on April 11.
The complete schedule released by
Coach Lindsay follows:
April I—Kinston1 —Kinston at Edenton..
April 4- Edenton at Tarboro.
April B—Edenton at Roanoke Rap
April 11 Roanoke Rapids at Eden
April IS—Edenton at Kinston.
April 25—Tarboro at Edenton.
April 2D —Elizabi :h City at ivden
May 2 —Edenton at Was': ; .oon,
May f.—Ntnv Bern a: Ed« iiMr>.
May B—Edenton at New Bern.
May 12—Edenton at Elizabeth City.
May 20-—Washington at Kdoit’o'-
Coach Lindsay says. prospects iip-t
pear fairly, bright for a good team
this year, with each...department well
balanced. Practice sessions began
this week, and though only about a
dozen boys reported for initial work
outs, Coach Lindsay expects in the
neighborhood of 25 boys to compete
Boys already reporting for practice
are Edgar Rogerson. Russell Wheeler,
Wallace Goodwin, Curtis Pressley,
Roy Harrell, Morris Hassell, Jack 1
Habit, Rodney Harrell, Haywood Rog
erson, A! Habit, Henry Powell and
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For AH Occasions
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CHARLES JACQUIN •• Cl** (M.
PHTtA.PA. • m. lIM
My Farmer Friends
I HAVE QUITE A LARGE STOCK OF
ARMOUR BIG CROP FERTILIZER
stored in my warehouse (Edenton Building & Supply Co.) of the fol
lowing analysis: 6-8-6, 4-10-6, 4-8-8, 4-12-4, 3-12-6. * Owing to
the shortage of Nitrogen and Potash, commercial fertilizers are in
short supply-. lam glad to be in position to offer these fertilizers
(ARMOUR BIG CROP) known throughout the Agricultural World
for their supreme quality. To my farmer friends: Mr. W. L. Lang
dale is in charge of my warehouse, and will render every courtesy
Yours respectfully, „
M. S. ELLIOTT
306 North Broad St. Edenton, N. C
; Andrew Whitson.
Though conference games will not
begin until April 1, Coach Lindsay
plans td play two or three games be
fore that time.
Letter By Helen Evans
In New York Times
Friends will be interested to know
j that a letter written by Miss Helen
W. Evans of Edenton was published
in “The Drama Mailbag” in Sunday’s
edition of The New York Times.
M iss Evans’ letter, headed “Softer
On seeing “Street Scene” I was
impressed with the progressive step
which the production represents in
the development of American opera,
as such; but my spirit rebelled that
! such lovely artists should be sub
jected to such blasting and unsym
pathetic accompaniment. Perhaps the
critics would tell me that the loud
ness of the orchestra is for effect;
and if that be true, I can only say
the effect is torture for one who really
Because of their experience in the
music world Norman Cordon and
Polyna Stoska seemingly chose to
sacrifice tones on one or two occas
-1 ions rather than scream the notes
over an accompanirnpnt whose vib
rations were too severe to be absorb- *
ed pleasantly by the human ear. |
Anne Jeffreys definitely had to hold |
her two hands over her abdomen so j
that she might summon strength j
sufficient to be heard over the blasts. I
Shrubs Needed For
Appeal Being Made By
Edenton Junior Wo
An appeal is being made by the 1
Junior Woman's Club for shrubs to be '
used on the new playground on Hicks
Field. Shrubs most suitable for the
project are mock orange, japonica,
forsvthia, wegelia, ducia and any
Anyone desiring to contribute to
ward the project is requested to tele
phone 312-J or 217-W at once, as the
shrubs will be planted within the next
Classified and Legals
WE HAVE TO OFFER SUBJECT
to prior sale 55 Whites, 500 Barred
Rocks, 500 Reds. 10 days old at
812.50 per 100. No orders booked
at this price, as chick prices will
advance. Halsey Feed & Seed
Store, “The Checkerboard Store.”
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CORN FOR SALE lOO-BUSHEL
lots or more. See Thurman Har- j
rell, 115 W. Kirfg St. marfi.l.'ip
FOR SALE—HARD OAK WOOD,j
heater length. See Lloyd G. White,
R. F. D. 1, Edenton. mar6,1;3,20p j
LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH YOUR
Skipper Compound and Condensed
Smoke for preserving your meat.
Just sprinkle on compound and |
paint with smoke and the job is
complete. Halsey Feed & Seed
Store. "The Checkerboard Store,”
FOR SALE-BINE STOVE WOOD.
81.00 per cart load at mill. Mill
located on Paradise road. Mack
Ward, Route 3, Edenton. Telephone
• 272-W. feb27marti,l3pd
CABBAGE plants, ONION SETS.
Seed Potatoes and Fertilizer and
j Seed Oats. Halsey Feed & Seed
Store, “The Checkerboard Store,”
WE HAVE A NEW SHIPMENT OF
vegetable and flower seeds, also
your Vigoro fertilizer. Let us sup
ply you with your needs. With
each purchase of $2.00 or more of j
seed we will give free a bag of !
Vigoro. Halsey Feed & Seed Store.
“The Checkerboard Store.” ltc ,
TIIL CHOWAN HEKAUJ, EDENiON, N. U, XHUUSDAI, MARCH 13, 1947.
FOR SALE—ONE PLAY TOY BOS
ton Bull pup, 6 months old. Price
$30.00. 114 Morris Circle. ltpd
WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT
will make your lawn more beauti
ful, ineluding Lawn Grasses, Vig
oro Fertilizer, Peat Moss, Bone
Meal, Sheep Manure, Agriculture
Lime and Yard Brooms. With each
purchase of the above merchandise
we will give a yard broom free.
Phone 273. We deliver. Halsey
Feed & Seed Store, “The Checker
board Store.” ltc
Made with crusned stone to pass
government specifications, we believe
his to be the best block being made
n North Carolina today. Before you
use any blocks, see ours.
Our blocks are as near as your
phone—we deliver anywhere.
New Bern Building Supply Co.
New Bern N. C. Phone 3143
Tarboro Concrete Products Co.
Tarboro, N. C.
WANTED TO RENT SIX TO
eight room house. Apply Ernest
Kehayes. dec 12 ts
SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK ON
Purina Startena. Best for all baby
chicks. We have a small brood on
display to show you just what Pur
i ina Feed will do. Halsey Feed &
Seed Store, "The Checkerboard
Store ” ltc
1.000.00 M AMERICANS CAN’T
BE WRONG .. ’
Yes, o\mr 1,000,000 Americans have'
thought it over and decided to serve ;
in the United States Army—the new |
peace-time Army. Why ? Because j
of the high pay, and the chance to‘
save money. Because of free food i
and lodging. Because of travel and
adventure in far-off lands, Because!
of the finest medical and dental care.
Because of the sports and recreation
opportunities. Because of the satis- i
faction in helping L T ncle Sam keep the;
peace. B?cause of the retirement pay
and the security. Remember: Over
1,000,000 able Americans have quali
fied. Go to your nearest Army Re
cruiting Station for full details, 33fi
Carolina Building, Elizabeth Citv,
N. C. ltc
A 10-TREE PEACH ORCHARD
furnishing ripe fruit for two
months, including the following va
rieties: Red Haven, Golden Jubilee,
Hale-Haven, Belle of Georgia. El
berta, in 18 to 24 inch size for $6.20
postpaid. Write for Free Copy of
new 44 - page Planting Guide.
Waynesboro Nurseries, Waynes
boro, Virginia. ltc
LOST TWO BLACK FEMALE
hogs in the vicinity of Green Hall.
Finder please return to J. C. Hall,
Green Hall. ltp
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
HOBBS & EARNHARDT, A
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership of C. N. Hobbs and W. J.
P. Earnhardt as partners, conducting
the business of Electrical Equipment
under the firm and name and style of
Hobbs & Earnhardt has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
C. N. Hobbs will collect the debts
owing to the firm and pay all debts
due by the firm.
This Ist day of March. 1947.
C. N. HOBBS and
W. J. EARNHARDT,
Formerly doing business as Hobbs & !
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Department of State
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
To All to Whom These Presents May
Whereas, it appears to my satisfac
tion, by duly authenticated record of
the proceedings for the voluntary dis
solution thereof by the unanimous
consent of all the stockholders, de
posited in my office, that the YEOPIM
TELEPHONE COMPANY, a corpora
tion of this State, whose principal of
fice is situated in the Town of Eden
ton, County of Chowan, State of
North Carolina (J. B. Webb being the
agent therein and in charge thereof,
upon whorrt process may be served),
has complied with the requirements
of Chapter 55, General Statutes, en
titled “Corporations,” preliminary to
the issuing of this Certificate of Dis
Now Therefore, I, Thad Eure, Sec
retary of State of the State of North
Carolina, dc hereby certify that the *
said corporation did, on the 20th day
of February, 1947, file in my office a
duly executed and attested consent in
writing to the dissolution of said cor- 1
poration, executed by all the stock
holders thereof, which said consent 1
and the record of the proceedings
aforesaid are now on file in my said
office as provided by law.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here- 1
to set my hand and affixed my official
seal at Raleigh, this 20th day of Feb- '
ruary, A. D. 1947.
(Seal) Secretary of State.
The undersigned, having qualified
as Executrix of the estate of T. J.
Bell, deceased, late of Chowan Coun
ty, this is to notify all persons having '
claims against said estate t<T present i
them to the undersigned on or before
February 22nd, 1948, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
This 20th dav of February, 1947.
MRS. CHETTA B. BELL.
201 W. Queen St., Edenton, N. C.
Herbert Leary, Attorney.
North Carolina, In The
Chowan County. Superior Court.
J. A. Wheeler, Plaintiff
i Straus Company, Inc., Corporation of
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF
SUMMONS AND WARRANT
STRAUS COMPANY, INC., a Cor-1
. poration. of thd State of Virginia, de
fendant above named, will take notice
that an action entitled as above has
; been commenced in the Superior Court
I of Chowan County, in which the plain
tiff claims $769.83 growing out of a
breach of contract by the defendant,
in that the plaintiff made a contract
with the defendant for the shipment
of case equipment, delivery to be
made as stipulated in said contract,
and at the time of the making of the
aforesaid contract the plaintiff de
posited with the defendant the s”>" of
SI,OOO, as required by the defendant;
that the defendant failed to ship said
Gough Syrup ;
IT’S DIFFER EXT ,
YOU’LL LIKE IT! \
Shank by mail, we re
md self-addressed and
stamped envelope for your con
venience. m W < ’
( The Bank of Edenton ''
► “ SAFETY FOR SAVINGS SINCE 1894” I ►
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
\ MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM « \
equipment in accordance with the
terms of the aforesaid contract and
now withholds from the plaintiff the
sum of $269.83, representing balance
remaining in the hands of the defend
ant from the aforesaid deposit of
$1,000; and for damages suffered by
plaintiff by reason of the breach of
the aforesaid contract by the defend
ant in the sum of SSOO, and said
amount is over and above all counter
claims known to the plaintiff; that
said defendant is a foreign corpora
tion; that said Court has also in said ,
action issued a Warrant of Attach
ment against the property of said de
fendant and the following property
belonging to the defendant has been
attached thereunder: One refrigera
And the sa'd d fendant will further
take notice that the said Warrant of
Attachment against the property of
the defendant is returnable at the
same time and place as the Summons, 1
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namely: April 6, 1947; and it is re
quired to appear at the office of the
undersigned Clerk of the Superior
Court of Chowan County, N. C„ on
April 6th, 1947, and Answer or De
mur to the Complaint filed Id said of
fice, or the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief therein demanded.
This 3rd day of March, 1947.
(s) E. W. SPIRES,
Clerk of Superior Court of Chowan
County, North Carolina.
Herbert Leary, Attorney for Plaintiff.
SHEAFFER AND I
PARKER PENS I