Mis*. Hetty Thigpen, a student at
I. College, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Thigpen. She had as her
guests Misses Margie Peek* of Ken
ly. N. C., Margaret Bynum of Farm
ville, N. C., and Frances Collown of
Baltimore, Mr., all students at Louis
Charles Zimmer left Sunday to re
turn to his home in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
after visiting his friend, Linwood
l Ward, for several days.
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r'lO DAY SALE'I
Beginning Friday, March 14th i
g i lungs are not cheaper, and a lot of items are hard to get. I P
have dtxrided to have a sale and reduce all of my Yard Goods %
* and Notions to turn some of my stock into cash and help those g
P vh<. have helped me. g
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$ i nave: Flannels. Rayons, Spun Rayons, Prints, Ginghams *
g Taffetas, Satins, Laces, Batiste, Organdy. Cretonne, Chintz, P
m Tutted and Chenille Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Tow- g
™ els, Hosiery, Lace Table Cloths, and many other things on sale g
P fo.f, these ro days.
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J MRS. ROYE PARKS, Ryland, N. C. II
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I MR. DAVE KRAMER t
g Peerless Tailoring Company
| BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
I Will be here to take your measure and assist J
g you in your selections.
The newest Spring and Summer fabrics
stylishly designed and tailored to your indivi- p
dual measurements and requirements.
J CuM’s Department Store *
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Will Appreciate Your Visit During Display J
g Tuesday, March 18
The Board of County Commissioners of Chowan
County will meet as the Board of Equalization and Re
view in the Court House on Monday, March 17,1947, at
10 A. M. for the purpose of hearing complaints as pre
scribed by law.
P. S. McMULLAN
Chowan County Tax Supervisor
i Mrs. Margaret E. Satterfield has
returned to her home on West Queen
St. after several months’ visit with
her children Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Vincent and Miss Laura Satterfield
of Syracuse, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs.
William Satterfield of Bristol, R. I.
Returning home, Mrs. Satterfield
stopped over for a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bristow in Phila
Miss Dorothy Bufflap was able to
leave her home Monday after being
ri’F CHOVvk.N HERALD. EDENTON. N. C. tiTURSDAY. MARCH 13. 1947.
confined two weeks with a case of
Edmund Schwarz", former manager
of Hotel Joseph Hewes, left Sunday
for a brief visit to Greensboro, lie
will arrive Friday to spend the week
end, after which he expects to enter
Duke Hospital. Mrs. Schwarze, a
member of the Edenton school faculty,
will remain in Edenton until the end
of the school term.
Miss Virginia Hank of Norfblk was
the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Shepard.
J. A. Lupton and Harold Lupton,
father and brother respectively of
Hector Lupton, of Belhaven, were
brief visitors Wednesday morning
while enroute to Norfolk to visit Mrs.
Amanda Wallace, who underwent an
operation in General Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilkins an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Grace Sandlin Wil
kins, to Murray Byrum, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Graham M. Byrum. The
wedding will take place in June.
MONDS-LAYDEN VOWS SPOKEN
Miss Doris Evelyn Lavden, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie E. Layden
of Ilobbsville, and I/ouis Clark I
Monds. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie P.
Monds, of Tyner, were quietly mar-'
ried on Saturday, February 22, at the j
home of the Rev. C. W. Duling, pas
tor of the Hertford Baptist Church,
who performed the ceremony.
The bride wore a dress of gray
Wool with blue and black accessories.
Their only attendants were Miss
Edna Ward of Tyner and Joseph Ev
ans of Hertford.
The newlyweds are making their
home with the bridegroom’s parents.
Enrollment Os Blue
Cross Starts Monday
(Continued from Page One)
men representing the hospitals, the
medkal profession and the progres
| sive-minded lay public. Prior to the
actual incorporation of the Associa
tion, the entire plan was approved by
the North Carolina Hospital Associa
tion and the Medical Society of the
State of North Carolina. Nationally
approved by the American Hospital
Association, as one of the Blue Cross
Plans, the Hospital Saving Associa
tion is also licensed by and operates
under the supervision of the North
Carolina State Insurance Department.
Over #7,000,000.00 has been paid
to the hospitals, surgeons and ob
stetricians of North Carolina, and
with membership at its present level,
current payments are rising rapidly.
A representative of the Association
will gladly call on any employer who
may wish to consider extending the
privilege of membership to his em
ployees. Such a visit will imply no
WOMAN BEARS 28th CHILD
Trafalgar, Ind.—Mrs. Lester Smith,
44, recently gave birth to her 28th
child, which was still-born. Sixteen
of the 28 are living and 13 are still at
home. Mrs. Smith has only one slight
regret. She wanted 12 sons and has
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Chronic bronchitis may develop tt
your cough, chest cold, or acute bron
chitis Is not treated and you cannot af
ford to take a chance with any medicine
less potent than Creomulaion which
goes right to the seat of the trouble to
help loosen and expel germ laden
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial
Creomulston blends beech wood creo
sote by special process with other time
tested medicines for coughs. It contains
No matter how many medicines you
have tried, tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Creomulaion with the under
standing you must like the way it quick
ly allays the cough, permitting rest and
new* or you are to have your moasg
back. (AdvJ •
Dr. Crawford Holding
Clinics At Columbia
Dr. George T. Crawford, local
chiropractor, began last week to hold
clinics in Columbia, which will be
conducted indefinitely. The clinics
are held each Monday and Friday af
ternoons, his offices being located in
the Columbia Hotel.
According to Dr. Crawford, quite
a few in the vicinity of Columbia are
taking advantage of the clinics.
Red Men Elect Great
Chowan Tribe of Red Men at the
meeting Monday night elected rep
resentatives to the Great Council
meeting which will be held May 19
and 20 in Asheville. The represen
tatives elected were Raleigh Hollo
well and J. Edwin Bufflap, with
Clayton Hollowell and Jack Mooney
From out of the darkness came
hubby’s patient reply: “Everything
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distress of children’s colds is
comforting Vicks Vapoßub.
Even while you rub it on,
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on working during the night.
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Welcome To Edenton
The Natural Trade Center
Os The Albemarle!
For the convenience of the people of Chowan, Bertie, Gates,
Perquimans and Washington Counties, and of the Albemarle, the
following additional services are offered through the opening of—
THE CHOWAN HOSPITAL
(At the Former Naval Air Station Phone 470)
THE COLONIAL FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS
(North Broad Street Phone 468)
THE WIIARD UOSTT RHOADES SHOE REPAR SHOP
(South Broad Street)
T. M. FOREHAND WATCH REPAIRS
Citizens Bank Budding Third Floor
THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY
W. D. Holmes Wholesale George S. Twiddy
Grocery, Inc. (mutual insurance)
Broad Street Grocery Meiggs Company
(PRODUCE) (J. M. VAIL, OWNER)
J. H. Conger Ralph E. Parrish
Consignee-Distributor TEXACO Products (HOME APPLIANCES AND AUTO SUPPLIES)
Albemarle Restaurant Chestnutt Cleaners
Cuthrell’s Department Store
TOUR CROP CANNOT BE
BETTER THAN YOUR SEED
WE SELL THE BEST
SEED MONEY CAN BUY
Maine Grown Potatoes
Field and Garden Corn
Bush and Pole Limas
Bush and Pole Snaps
White and Yellow Onion Sets
Cabbage - Kale - Collard - Rape
Early and Regular Soy Beans
Wilt Resistant Watermelon
Large and Small Cantaloupe
Wood’s Grain Pasture Mixture
Lespedeza and Other Grasses
Oats - Rye Grass - Lawn Grass
All Varieties Garden Seeds
Insecticides and Seed Treatments
Sprayers and Spray Materials
PUNT FUNK HYBRID CORN I
FUNK’S G 135 EXTRA EARLY
FUNK’S G 717 MEDIUM EARLY
FUNK’S G 714 AVERAGE EARLY
These 3 Varieties Approved by State Department
LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER TODAY
Mail or Phone It—ls You Can’t Bring It
Byrum Hardware Co.
EDENTON, N. C. SUFFOLK, VA.