Coach Perry Speaks
To Lions ■ Rotarians
Tells About Cost to Play
Football at Meetings
Os Two Clubs
Ben Perry, coach at the Edenton
Junior-Senior High School, addressed
the members of the Edenton Lions
Club at their regular meeting Mon
day night. Coach Perry told the club
what it took to finance a football
team and what his prospects are for
Perry stated that the local high
school football team is financed by
the advance sale of season tickets and
gate receipts at each game. “The cost
for placing one boy on the football
field for a season is $100.00,” stated
Coach Perry, “and it is always best
to buy good equipment.” .
Coach Perry informed the club that
a new ball should be furnished for
each game and these balls cost $15.00
each. Game officials are $lO each per
night plus travel expense for one car.
In reviewing the games already
played this season, Perry stated that
even in defeat his team looked good
against Roanoke Rapids. The Eden
ton team won the Columbia game, but
Coach Perry did not feel that they
did as good a job as they did in Roa
noke Rapids. He feels lucky to come
out of the Williamston game with a
tie in view of the fact that three of
his Aces were out because of injur
Looking at the remaining games,
the next five will be played on the
local field as follows: October 2, Cho
wan College Freshmen; October 9,
Elizabeth City; October 16, Tarboro;
October 23, Hertford; and October 30,
Ahoskie. The last two games will be
played away on November 6 and 13
with Goldsboro and Plymouth.
Coach Perry was also the principal
speaker at last week’s Rotary meet
ing, when he spoke about football at
the Edenton school.
For Chowan Fair
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Saturday, October 17.
Entries in all departments must lie
made on printed application forms
provided by the management for that
purpose, and must be filled out prop
erly and sent to Willis McClenney or
Robert S. Marsh.
All livestock on exhibition must be
cared for by exhibitor. All stalls and
pens will be well bedded before the
Fair, free of charge. Thereafter, ex
hibitors will be required to furnish
their own bedding.
Livestock and Poultry may be tak- i
en out Saturday at 4:00 P. M., and
must be taken out by 7:00 P. M., Sat- '
All other articles must not be tak
en out before Monday, November 2,
8:00 A. M. All exhibits and articles
must be taken out by 6:00 P. M., Mon- '
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| Hospital Patients]
Patients admitted to Chowan Hos
pital September 21 through Septem
ber 27 were:
White—Mrs. Lois Owens and baby
boy, Mrs. Mary Arrington Bunch, El
ton Ward, Mrs. Lorene Hare, Miss
Peggy Harrell, Mrs. Lola Belch and
baby girl, Mrs. Wenona Duranditto
and baby boy, Mrs. Donna Bastic and
Colored—Roy Backus, Mary Butler,
Artelia Lilley, Penny Elliott and baby
boy, Burley Barclift, Emma Lee Bos
Patients discharged during tihe
same period were:
White—Mrs. Judy Winslow and
baby boy, Mrs. Carol Robinson and
baby girl, Mrs. Gwendolyn Edwards,
Mrs. Norma Marshall and baby boy,
Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes, Thomas Fran
cis, Mrs. Lorene Hare, Robert Twid
dy, Elton Ward, Mrs. Lola Belch and
baby girl, Mrs. Wenona Duranditto
and baby boy, Mrs. Mary Arrington
Bunch, Mrs. Lois Owens and baby boy,
Miss Peggy Harrell.
Colored—William Henry James, Roy
Backus, Watson Winslow, Penny El
liott and baby boy, Mary Butler, Ar
Visiting ministers for the week of
September 28 through October 4 are:
White, the Rev. Lee A. Phillips; Col
ored, the Rev. C. C. Boone.
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begin Monday night at 7:30
o’clock in the First Christian
Employment office registering
women who will accept employ
ment in garment factory expect
ed to locate in Edenton.
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
Square dance Friday night at
Ray’s (Eason’s Place) at Cross
Roads, starting at 9 o’clock.
Chowanoke Council, No. 54, De
gree of Pocahontas, will meet
Friday night at 8 o’clock in the
Red Men hall.
Edenton Lions Club meets
Monday night at 7 o’clock.
Unanimity Lodge, No. 7, A. F.
& A. M„ will hold a stated com
munication tonight (Thursday) at
8 o’clock in the Court House.
MASONS MEET TONIGHT »
Unanimity Lodge, No. 7, A. F., &
A. M., will hold a stated communica
tion tonight (Thursday) at 8 o’clock
in the Court House. C. T. Griffin,
master of the lodge, urges a full at
SQUARE DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT
A square dance will be held at Ray’s
(Eason’s Place) at Cross Roads Fri
day night, October 2, starting at 9
o’clock. Music for the dance will be
furnished by Huckleberry Outlaw and
his string band.
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON. N. C.. THURSDAY OCTOBER 1, 1958.
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Buy White Canes during the Lions Club drive October 5-10.
Chicken Dinner Served
By VFW Post Saturday
A barbecue chicken dinner will be
• served by VFW Post, No. 9280, Vet
erans of Foreign Wars, at the post’s
home Saturday afternoon from 5:30
to 8 o’clock. The dinner is planned
for the benefit of the VFW Auxiliary.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the dinner, but tickets should
be purchased in advance so that prop
er arrangements can be made. Tic
kets can be secured from Bill Perry,
Bill Harris, Spruill’s Soda Shop and
members of the Auxiliary.
Woman’s Club Wins
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Members of the local organization
have for several years been inter
ested in the beautification of Eden
ton and they have been very active
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The 100 per cent club award was
also presented the Edenton Club. This i
award is based on meeting the re- ,
quirements of the district, which is
done by rating sheets.
Edenton also took first prize for the '
best year book, as well as honorable (
mention for the scrap book.
In addition to these wins another <
coveted award, the Ethel Parker Cup, <
was presented to Ruth Vail Porter !
for her excellent work in journalism. '
Three other members of the Edenton
Club were honored by appointments to
serve on the 16th District Committees.
They were Mrs. J. W. P. Earnhardt,
who was appointed chairman of the
new “Help A Home” program, with
Miss Kathryn Brown to serve as sec
retary. Mrs. John Graham was ap
pointed chairman of International Re
The Edenton Club, which has been
an active one since its origin, is justly
proud of its accomplishments. Through
hard work and cooperation its merits
have been recognized and acknowledg
ed by the winjiing of numerous awards
and prizes. <
Delegates attending the meeting
from the Edenton Club were: Mrs.
Frank Holmes, Mrs. Richard Goodwin,
Mrs. A1 Phillips, Miss Kathryn Brown,
Mrs. J. W. P. Earnhardt, Mrs. A. F.
Down urn, Mrs. Thomas Byrum, Mrs.
Ralph Parrish, Mrs. J. H. Conger, Jr.,
and Mrs. J. N. Pruden, Jr.
Income Tax Plays
No Favorites; Hits
Service Men, Too
INDIANAPOIS, Ind.—Uncle Sam’s
income tax collector isn’t over-look
ing men in uniform.
Just like you, they never see many
of their pay dollars—the bite is put
on before they ever step up to the
The biggest single payment ever
made by the Army for Federal in
come taxes withheld from the pay of
Army personnel was made this year
—more than $132,000,000 (M).
The check—written for $132,127,-
6f1.13 by Brigadier General Emmett
J. Bean, Commander of the U. S. Ar
my Finance Center—was received in
payment by the Director of Internal
Revenue in Indianapolis, where the
Center is located.
This fabulous amount was collect
ed from members of the Armed Forc
es, both officers and enlisted, who are
subject to Federal income tax as is
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E. W. SPIRES RETURNS HOME
Edenton friends are delighted to j
see Clerk of Court E. W. Spires back
home. Mr. Spires returned to Eden
ton Saturday after being a patient
for several weeks in Tucker Hospi
tal, Richmond. Mr. Spires appears to
be greatly improved.
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