(Continued Prom Ftege One)
Town Council meets in the Mu
nicipal Building Tuesday night,
September 8, at 8 o’clock.
Bank of Edenton will be clos
ed Monday in observance of La
Chowan County schools mill
Open Monday, September 7.
Edenton Aces play first foot
ball game of the season on Hicks
field, Friday night, September 18
at 8 o’clock with Columbia High
Fall term of Chowan Superior
Court begins Monday, September
Chowan Tribe, No. 12, Improved
Order of Red Men, will meet Mon
day night at 8 o’clock.
VFW meets in Post's home on
old Hertford Highway Tuesday
night at 8 o'clock.
Edenton Rotary Club meets to
day (Thursday) at 1 o’clock in the
Chowan County Commissioners
will meet Tuesday morning, Sep
irar Ax voods
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, xHP MONDAY, sept. 7, labor day |
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tember 8, at 10 o’clock instead of
Monday, September 7, due to the
observance of Labor Day.
Chowanoke Council, No. 54, De
gree of Pocahontas, will meet
Friday night at 8 o’clock in the
Red Men hall.
Unanimity Lodge, No. 7, A. F.
& A. M, will hold a stated com
munication tonight (Thursday) at
8 o’clock in the Court House.
Ladies’ Auxiliary of the VFW
will meet tonight (Thursday) at
8 o’clock in the VFW hall.
Town and County offices will be
closed all day Monday, September
7, in observance of Labor Day.
Hdenton Chapter of the East
ern Star will meet Monday night
at 8 o’clock in the Court House.
All members are especially urged
The Young Woman's Bible Class of
the Edenton Baptist Church will meet
Tuesday night at the church. The
meeting will begin at 8 o’clock and
all members are urged to attend. '
V THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, N. C., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1953.
PERSONAL ITEMS li,
Mrs. Braxton Gay left Sunday for 1
Norfolk, Va,, where she will spend 1
three weexs with her mother, Mrs. ■
Victoria Pearce, who is in Norfolk '•
General Hospital for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Byrum left
Tuesday for West Palm Beach, Fla.,
where they will spend the winter.
Sheriff and Mrs. J. A. Bunch re- <
turned home Friday after spending a i
week visiting relatives at Robbins-1
ville, N. C. h
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Bufflap andt
Misses Dorothy Bufflap and Anne
Spear spent Sunday in Norfolk where
they visited Miss Elizabeth Huidle, a :
patient in the General Hospital. ‘
OPEN WEDNESDAYS <
Elliott Cleaners have joined the
group of Edenton stores which will <
remain open Wednesday afternoons. 1
The name was inadvertently omitted ]
'from the list published. ;
I AT O. E. S. CELEBRATION
Mrs. D. M. Reaves, Worthy Matron
of the Hertford Eastern Star Chap
iter, and Mrs. E. B. Edwards, Worthy
Matron of the Edenton Chapter, at
tended the Rob Morris celebration
held at the Eastern Star and Masonic
Home in Greensboro Thursday. They
accompanied the Camden Chapter,
which chartered a bus.
EASTERN STAR MEETS MONDAY
The Edenton Chapter of the East
ern Star will meet Monday night at 8
I o’clock in the Court House. Mrs. E.
I B. Edwards, worthy matron, requests
all members to be present.
FACTS ABOUT PEDESTRIANS
Os the 248 pedestrians killed in
North Carolina during 1952, 198 were
So it appears from a study of ac
cident cases by the State Department
of Motor Vehicles.
Fifty-five of the victims “had been
drinking”. Seven were known to have
had physical handicaps which may
have been an important factor in the
accident which led to death.
Pastures In Chowan
Recover From Drought
Ladino clover and ladino clover
grass pastures, -generally, have re
covered considerably since the rain
two and three weeks ago. Although
the pastures had been eaten down
| very close, where the animals had
been removed back in July or early
August and kept off until now, the
pastures are making excellent recov
ery. Pasture Specialist Sam H. Dob
son spent Monday with the County
Agent observing many pastures, ad
vising farmers on pasture manage
ment and pasture planning for this
ARMY WORM BUSY
The grass army worm has been in
vading more fields of soybeans and
peanuts last week. Five per cent DDT
dust at the rate of 20-25 pounds per
acre appears to be doing a good job
ot controlling them.
TRY A HERALD CLASSIFIED AD
Fowl Typhoid Hits
Flocks In Chowan
Fowl typhoid has been diagnosed in
two flocks of turkeys and two flocks
of growing pullets. A State College
Laboratory diagnosis proved the di
sease to be fowl typhoid. A new drug,
known as N.F. 180, was obtained for
treatment. This drug was mixed with
the feed at the rate of two pounds per
ton of feed. The poultry owners us
ing it have reported excellent results.
This drug is still in the experimen
tal stage and has not been proven and
approved for recommendation in the
control of fowl typhoid but results
with these growers are most satisfac
BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY
MEETS MONDAY AFTERNOON
The Woman’s Missionary Society of
the Edenton Baptist Church will meet
Monday afternoon, September 7, at 4
o’clock at the church. Mrs. C. W.
Overman, president, urges a large at