Mid year Council
( Meeting Os BPW
Clubs Nov. 4 And 5
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*'Two-day Session Sched
uled to. Be Held at
Two hundred state officers and lo
cal leaders are expected to attend the
two-day Mid-year Council meeting of
the N. C. Federation of Business and
Professional Women’s Clubs, to be
held at Southern Pines November 4-5,
with headquarters at the Hollywood
Hotel and business sessions at the
new High School Auditorium.
Two of the timely topics reflected
in the Saturday program, as an
nounced by Mrs. Henrietta Pat Nixon
of Sanford, state B. P. W. president,
will be noon luncheon preview of the
November election “Miss B. P. W.
Goes Political,” to be arranged by the
Roanoke Rapids Club, and an informal
banquet at 7 P. M., with Dr. Guion
G. Johnson of Chapel Hill sipealdng on
“International Relations,” with the
Goldsboro club providing decorations
and music. An old-fashioned square
dance will follow.
Following an executive board meet
ing Saturday morning, separate group
meetings will feature subjects of in
terest to local presidents, district di
rectors, and state chairmen. At 2
P. M., under the direction of Miss
Reeves Forney of Shelby, five work
shops will be conducted, dealing with
membership, finance, radio, news ser
vice, and legislation, to be followed by
a meeting of the board of directors.
Sunday’s program will include a
coffee hour, worship service at the
First Baptist Church, and a break
fast honoring local presidents, to be
arranged by the Waynesville Club.
Awards and routine business will close
the session, with a concluding board
meeting to follow.
B. P. W. members are actively en
gaged in raising funds for building
a home for retired North Carolina
business women, and a sale of Christ
mas gifts in connection with the
Southern Pines meeting is expected
to swell the fund; Mrs. Ina D. Santo
of KinSton is in charge of the project.
As yet no site has been chosen for
the future building.
Three thousand members from all
fields of business make up the roster
of sixty North Carolina clubs. All
reported participation in the recent
observance of National Business Wo
men’s Week October 15-21, when clubs
got better acquainted with their com
munities and vice-versh.
CLASS MEETS TUESDAY
The Young Woman’s Bible Class of
the Edenton Baptist Church will meet
Tuesday night at the church at 8
o’clock. Mrs. Charles Small, the presi
dent, urges all members to attend.
Man is by nature a political ani
mal. ‘ —Aristotle.
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80 Per Cent More of This '
Type Accidents Than
Death came to 87 persons in non
collision accidents in September when
the autos in which they were riding
ran off the roadway or overturned,
the Department of Motor Vehicles has
The figure marked an increase of
80 per cent in this type of accident,
as compared with the same month
last year. The Department attributed
the accidents to speed either in excess
of the limit or too fast for conditions.
September claimed the top figure in
this category for 1950, with April run
ning second wijth 32, and August, 31.
The lowest figure was marked to
February, with 15. 'September of last
year had 20 persons killed due to
cars overturning or running off the
A slight decrease was noted in the
number of persons killed in motor
vehicle traffic accidents during Sep-,
| Itember of this year as compared with j
| the same month last year. September;
of this year saw a total of 82 per-,
sons killed while September, 1949
claimed 83. >
' March, 1950, still remains highest
' in the death toll, when 90 persons
' were killed in highway accidents. The
* nine-month 1950 death toll is 660.
1 During the same period in 1949, 604
1 A tdtal of 1,074 persons were in-'
’ jured and 2,455 accidents were repor:-
r ed during September. Compared with
the same month last year, injuries
1 were up 198 or 23 per cent, while re
i ported accidents increased 541 or 28
- per cent. This brings the total re
i ported accidents for the year to 19-
'• 601 and persons injured to 8,701.
} In the collision of motor vehicles,
train and car collisions claimed the
- lives of two persons. One bicyclist
X was killed when struck by a car, and
i one person riding an animal was
- struck by a car and killed.
e Nineteen pedestrians were killed
i and injured in motor vehicle accidents
3 during September. Pedestrian deaths
» show a decrease of 24 per cent over
r September, 1949, when 25 pedestrians
were killed. The age group, five to
1 nine, suffered more than any other
r group, with 27 injured.
1 Urban area accidents totaled 985
t with 10 persons reported killed and
- 212 injured. There were nine fatal
s accidents, 208 non-fatal accidents, and
- 7ISB accidents that resulted in proper
Rural area accidents totaled 1,470
with 72 persons killed and 862 in
f jured. Accidents occurring on U. S.
t Highways totaled 706 with 32 persons
8 killed and 441 injured. Accidents oc
- curring on State Highways totaled
381 with 23 persons killed and 205
injured. County and local roads
- claimed 383 accidents with 17 per
sons killed and 216 injured.
THE OHOWAN HERALD EDENTON, N. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1950
Wilbur D. Harrell At
Great Lakes, Illinois
■Wilbur D. Harrell, seaman recruit,
USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Har
rell of Route 3, is undergoing recruit
training at the world’s largest Naval
Training Center, Great Lakes, 111.
Recruit training is the sharp break
between civilian and Naval life in
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Leg-o-Lamb, lb. 79c
Small Lean Fresh I
Hams, lb 55c
5 Luter’s Grade “A” Sliced
: Bacon; lb 59c
P & Q’s Homemade
: Sausage, lb 51c
3 Fresh Killed Local Dressed and Drawn
i Ducks, lb 59c
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which the new Navy man learns the
fundamental principles of the Nava!
In the course of his training the
recruit iB taught seamanship, Navy
customs, terms, basic ordinance, gun
nery, signaling and navigation.
Upon completion of his training
young Harrell will be assigned either
: to units of the Fleet or to a service
i school for specialized training.
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46 min., or until soft to the
touen. Cut slice off top of each potato;
scoop out centers and mash. Add
molasses, butter, nutmeg, salt and
milk; beat until light and fluffy. Pile
into potato skins. Bake 10 min.
longer; top with marshmallows. Bake
5 min., or until marshmallows are
light brown. Makes 4 servings.
You Will Need:
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Nutmeg and Butter.
PLUS 5c TAX
BOX OF 80 STANDARD
2 boxes 25c
PINT JAR DUKE’S
14-oz. battle 25c
New Crop—l-lb. Cello
2 cans 25c
l-lb. Bag Super Store
Chevrolet Leads In
Sales For September
The three top cars in new car sales
for the month of September were
Chevrolet, Ford and Plymouth, the
North Carolina Department of Motor
Chevrolet led with 2,236. Ford fol
lowed with 2,116, then Plymouth with
1,009, bringing new car sales for the
l-lb. Box Krispy
Crackers, box _ _ _26c
4-lb. Carton Kingan
Pure Lard 85c
No. 303 Can Del Monte
Butter Beans _ _ _27c
Fresh Fruits and
Oranges 5 lbs. 33c
Fancy Virginia 2 Lbs.
Snap Beans.. 29c
Fancy Green Bunch
Long Green S. C. 2 Lbs.
Red Ripe Slicing 2 Lbs.
Juicy Florida 4 for
Juicy California Sunkist
Lemons, doz. 33c
year to 87,460. During September
of last year, Chevrolet sold 2,061 new
cars, Ford, 1,953, and Plymouth, 1,-
Chevrolet led in truck sales for Sep
tember with 1,027 sold. Ford follow
ed with 918, bringing truck sales for
the year to 23,418.
'Mecklenburg led the counties in
sales of new cars with 785. Guilford
was second with 588 and Wake tnird
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Cake Flour. .39c
No. 2'A Blue Bunny
Peaches, can 31c
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