Plans Released For
83rd Anniversary Os
Outstanding Speaker on
Program Sunday, No
Services in celebration of the 83rd
anniversary of Providence Baptist
Church have been announced by the
pastor of the church, the Rev. C. C.
Boone, with the highlight being the
Rev. L. G. Carr as guest speaker Sun
day, November 21, at both the morn
ing service at 11 o’clock and at 7
o’clock at night.
The speaker is an outstanding Bap
tist churchman, being president of the
Pennsylvania Baptist State Conven
tion, vice president of the National
Baptist Convention and is now serv
ing as pastor of the Vine Street Mem
orial Baptist Church in Philadelphia.
Services leading up to the climax
have been announced as follows:
Wednesday night, November 17, at
8 o’clock, the pastor of the First Bap
tist Church of Hertford, his choir and
congregation will conduct the ser
Thursday night, November 18, the
Rev. W. H. A. Stallings, pastor of the
Salem Baptist Church of Columbia,
his choir and congregation will have
charge. A bus load of members, and
friends of this congregation plan to
Friday night, November 19, the)
Rev. E, S. Parker, pastor of Gale
Street Baptist Church, his choir and
congregation, will conduct services.
The general public is cordially in
vited to attend all of the services.
Funeral Services Held
For John Martin White
Funeral services for John Martin ]
White, who died Tuesday morning of
last week in Lakeview Hospital, Sus- [
folk, were held in Warwick Church
Wednesday afternoon. The pastor,'
the Rev. W. C. Francis, officiated, as
sisted by the v Rev. Sidney Cobb of
Whaleyville, Va., and a minister from
Portsmouth. The choir sang “Amaz-
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EDENTON-HERTFORD HIGHWAY PHONE 32-J
WE MAKE THEM TO SUIT EVERY TASTE
|PUBE POBKSAUSftGE LINKS, lb. 65c
I Coffee Prices Are Up—Ours Are Less!
THE ARISTOCRAT OF PURE COFFEE —Vacuum Packed
MORNING JOY, lb 52c
OLD MANSION —Taste Is the Test, lb 52c
COFFEE AND CHICORY
LUZIANNE, 1-lb. tin , 45c
HUMS, ft. 83d
Buy Fruit Cake ingre
dients now while the
prices are low. We
have a complete as
sortment of candied
and dried fruit and
nuts at lowest prices.
WE HAVE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE
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ing Grace,” “Safe In the Arms of
Jesus” and “Going Down the Valley.”
Pallbearers were nephews of the
deceased, Jacob and 'McCoy Spivey,
Earl White, L. C. Briggs, Edward
Chappell and Leonard Spivey.
Mr. White had lived in the Gliden
community all his life, until a few
years ago, when he moved his family
into Virginia. He was 77 years old
and is survived by his widow, four
sons, Cecil of Magnolia, Va., Emmett
of Holland, Va., Carlton and Elton of
Portsmouth; three daughters, Mrs.
Stella Parks of Gliden, Mrs. Agnes
Knight of Suffolk, Mrs. Queenie
Flowers of Lumberton and several
Hospital Notes j
Private Rooms —ll A. M. to BP. M.
Semi-Private .2 P. M. to 8 P. M.
Wards: 2to 4 Afternoons.
7 to 8 Nights.
The following persons have been
patients in Chowan Hospital during
the past week:
Mrs. Edward L. Potts and baby boy,
Edenton; Mrs. Weldon Hollowell and
baby girl, Edenton; Mrs. Charlton
Jethro and baby boy, Edenton; Mrs.
Rodney Bass, Edenton; Raymond Las
siter, Edenton; Mrs. Henry J. Haste,
Edenton; Dr. Martin Wisely, Edenton;
Mrs. Ed Habit, Edenton; Mrs. Ralph
Goodwin, Tyner; Mrs. Sally Rountree,
Tyner; N. H. Davenport, Mackeys;
Bennett’s Mill Restored
Bennett’s Mills have been re-conditioned in machinery and
woodwork for “WATER GROUND MEAL.” Therefore, ask
your grocer and your wholesaler for J. G. Small’s “BEST
QUALITY WATER GROUND CORN MEAL.” If you have
never used same, a trial will convince you that water ground
meal is the best. I am soliciting business locally, and from
all the adjacent counties.
The mills will be open to serve any time you bring your
j- corn to be ground during the day, and to buy any corn you
wish to sell at markket price, locally
J. G. SMALL
SWIFTS WESTERN STEER
SIRLOIN, lb. -------- -------95c
CHUCK ROAST, lb --69 c
BRISKET FOR STEWING, lb 40c
HARRELL'S YE OLE VIRGINNY
SMOKED HAMS—not in a bag, lb 95c
Tomato Juice, qt.__2sc
No. 2 All Gold Early Garden
Asparagus Spears 40c
LANG’S SWEET MIXED
Pickles, qt. 31c
Raisins, cello lb.___l9c
BANNER AFTER DINNER
Mints, 3 pkgs 25c
Mrs. Rena Cheslier, Edenton; Mrs.
Charles Ray, Edenton; Norwood
Stephens, - Edenton; Elisha Modlin,
Colored Patients ,
William Brown, Plymouth.
- Santa Claus’ Corner
Care PETER CARLTON
Here’s a letter from a sweet little
. one: “Dear Santa Claus, Pm a little
girl in the first grade at school. I
would be so happy to hear my letter
read over the radio. I have' a little
brother who is one year old. Won’t
you please bring him a wagon and
anything else you want him to have?'
As for me, I want a doll with clothes,
skates, cash register and a watch.
I have tried to be a good girl, but
sometimes I forget. If you will come
to see me, I’ll leave something for you
under the tree or in my stocking.
Please be good to my little friends and
all the other boys and girls. Thank
you so much. Love, Mary Pearl
Harrell, 124 West Queen Street, Eden
ton, N. C.
Christmas is not far off. In fact,
next Friday, November 26, Santa will
come to town very briefly to say hello
to all of the boys and girls. There
will be a big parade and the band
will play. So be patient and I’ll see
that he gets your letters. If there
are any other little boys and girls
who would like me to have their let
ters read so that Santa will hear
SIDE MEAT, lb 43c
DESSERTS FOR THE
Fruit Cake, 2 lbs. $2.65
NABISCO DARK and GOLDEN
Fruit Cake, 5 lbs. $5.25
LIBBY’S SOLID PACK CUSTARD
Pumpkin, 2 l / z can 19c
2-LB. JAR RED MILL
Mince Meat _____ _49c
THE CHOWAN HERALti. EDENTON, N. C., THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1948.
about them, be sure to get them in as
soon as possible.
Money And Toys Sought
For Christmas Stocking
Fund To Please Kiddies
The Young People’s Service League
of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is pre
paring to carry on the tradition of
“The Christmas Stocking” for the
underprivileged of Edenton and vi
cinity and will welcome contributions
of toys or money for this laudable
SQUARE DANCE SUCCESS
A square dance, sponsored by the
Edenton Business and Professional
Women’s Club at the armOry last
Saturday night for the benefit of
furnishing milk to be given with free
; lunches to the school children was
a great success. Proceeds were Suf
ficient to furnish milk for one month.
COTTON PRICES STRONGER
Spot cotton prices were a little
stronger last week. Trading in spot
markets was rather slow and the
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volume of repotted sales was only
half as large as in the corresponding
week a year earlier. Picking and
ginning made fair to good progress
in most sections of the belt. Prices
for middling 16/16 inch cotton in
the ten spot markets averaged 31.53
cents per pound on Friday, November
12, as compared with 31.23 a week
earlier and 33.33 a year ago.
Spot cotton markets remained
moderately active. Reported sales
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EDENTON, N. C.
in the ten spot markets totaled 169,-
000 bales for the week. This was the
smallest weekly volume since the
third week sos September and com
pares with 242,500 bales last week
and 342,100 in the corresponding
week a, year ago.
Happiness consists in the attain
ment of our desires, and in haying
only right desires. —Augustine.
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