4 H Club Sunday Is
Observed In County
Special Service Held at
Ballard’s Bridge Bap
A county-wide 4-H church service
was held May 30 at Ballard’s Bridge
Church, the theme being “Respect.”
The following 4-H Club members
gave the morning message: Introduc
tion, Barbara Ann White; “Respect
For Self,” Jackie Morris; “Respect
for Home,” Jacqueline Bunch; “Re-j
spect for Country,” Evangeline Cope-.
land; “Respect for Church,” Mary Sue
After each topic the 4-H choir sang
hymns selected to relate to these top- 1
ics. Kay Francis White was pianist j
for the program. Scripture and invo
cation were given by Sara Margaret J
Asbell and Bernie Baker. Robert
White, a former 4-H member, gave
the purpose and origin of 4-H Church j
The Chowan Ramblers, all 4-H mem
bers, did a special number, “Take
Time to Be Holy,” which was enjoyed
by everyone. Offering was taken by
the following 4-H members, Mack
Hendrix, Hughes Bunch, Jr., Lloyd
Gene Chappell and Jeff Ward.
Peggy Perry sang the “Lord’s
Praiyer,” as the benediction. Portions
of the service were recorded and were '
played on the assistant home agent’s
radio program Tuesday of this- week
over WGAI at 12:45 P. M.
Ushers for this service were Shir
ley and Marjorie Harrell and Carlton
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day, Friday, Saturday I
E 10th - 11th - 12 th I
BIGGEST SALE v . Our entire stock of Ladies’ and [
arel at Slashed Prices!
Boys’ Shorts, Longies, Suits, Shirts, Bathing 1
Trunks, etc. Cut at prices you PT"RP PT V 1
;, cannot afford to miss! JIXUirLI s
J Children’s Dresses, Bathing Suits, Shorts, # i • i
S Shirts, Slips, Skirts, etc. Reduced •» J«art autaZa, ?
to Unbelievable Prices! S
Ladies’ Kay Dunhill, Toby Lane, Jolly Junior 1
' 9 Dresses All going at bargain prices! Higijf f
All Spring Coats and Suits ... both Ladies’ 1
* 1 and Girls’! IRK-' j
<, ONE BIG TABLE OF INFANT WEAR Jar \| >
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«, There will be a door prize given each day to the lucky winner, i \
* Be sure to register... The drawing will be at Bi3o o clock on Satur
', day night, June 12th! ,»
1 COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS J
9 ALL SALES CASH —NO REFUNDS f
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Special thanks go to Jackie Mor
ris, who was chairman of the pro
gram as well as to all 4-H members
who participated in this service and
to the adult leaders, Mrs. H. H. Lane
and Mrs. Tom Asbell, for having help
ed to make the program a success.
4-H Poultry Projects
Now Looking Good
T. B. Morris, Extension poultry spe
cialist from State College, and Robert
Marsh, assistant county agent, visit
ed all of the 4-H poultry chain pro
jects *>n Friday of last week. The pul
lets in the projects are looking very
well and have been well fed and cared
| for by the club members. Some of the I
! club members bought cockrels which ]
j they are raising for broilers with their
Several members have broilers j
which weigh 2Va to 3 pounds. There
| has been very little sickness of the
| chickens in these projects and the
| highest mortality rate is five per one
i hundred birds from sickness. i
Edenton Sluggers Nose |
Out Nashville 5 To 4.
Edenton’s Sluggers defeated the.:
Nashville Sluggers on Hicks Field j
Sunday afternoon in a close game by j
a score of 5 to 4. »
Collins started on the mound for the j.
Sluggers but was relieved by James
Holley in the seventh. Holley was in
jured, however, and William Holley
finished the game.
John Lee Holley hit a home run to
break a tie score. j
The Sluggers will play the Wash-j
ington Braves next Sunday afternoon
on Hicks-Field at 2:45.
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON. N. O, THURBDAI JUNE 10, 1954.
Unique Coast Guard
To Secure Recruits
DUKW Wfflße Parked
For Inspection aft
One of the U. S. Coast Guard’s most |
useful pieces of rescue equipment, a '
DUKW amphibious vehicle, will roll '
I into Edenton one day during the week
j beginning June 9as a special recruit
| Manning the unusual vehicle will be
Chief Sonarman Jack Arrington, a
'Coast Guard recruiter from Norfolk,
and Engineman First Class Julius Le
wark, who will drive the DUKW,
which is from the Coast Guard’s Vir
ginia Beach, Va., Lifeboat Station.
They plan to park their amphibian at
I the local Post Office,
i An intense Coast Guard drive for
recruits is now on, and instead of
j regular recruiting trucks being used
!by recruiters to canvass the country
wide for enlistees, the seldom-seen
j DUKW was pickd for the job.
, According to Chief Arrington, when
he arrives in Edenton he will be pre
pared t° disseminate complete infor
mation on service in the Coast Guard
to all prospective recruits.
With recruiting quotas wide open,
the service wants men between the
ages of 17 and 25 for enlistment.
1 It was pointed out that former ser
| vicemen can enlist even if they don’t
fall within the 17 to 25 age group and
that many ex-Coast Guard and Navy
men can join the Coast Guard with
their old rates.
In Four-Day Cruise
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and then to Buxton where the Cape
Hatteras Park area will be inspected
and will proceed thence up the Sound
Tuesday morning the party will
cross Albemarle Sound to the Inland
Waterway at the mouth of the Pas
quotank River and will proceed west
ward along the Sound to Edenton. A
short trip will be made up the Cho
wan River to inspect areas which have
been called to the attention of the
committee and the party will spend
the night at Edenton.
The following day the party will
cross Albemarle Sound io the Alliga
tor River and thence down the inland
waterway to Belhaven where the trip
Director Douglas said he felt cer
tain the committee members during
the four-day trip would learn a great
deal about the facilities offered by the
inland ports and along the inland wa
terway which would be useful to them
in planning their work for improve
ments. Members of the committee
will contact numerous individuals and
representatives of various companies
along the route who are interested in
a well-planned program for further |
development of the inland ports and
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Gleaming additions to your home priced excitingly low
because the manufacturers have a surplus stock on hand.
Excellent opportunity to pick your favorite style save
dollars at the same time...
7- PIECE SET - TABLE AND 6 CHAIRS
REGULAR $119.50 AND $129.50 VALUES!
Your Choice $97.77
ONLY $7.77 DOWN 52.00 PER WEEK
Quinn Furniture Company
EDENTON, N. C.
I Classified Ads
[ FOR RENT-ONE 5-ROOM DOWN
stairs apartment on Queen Street,
and one 4-room upstairs apartment
, on Oakum Street. Hot and cold wa-1
;* ter. Private baths. Mrs. J. C. Dail,
phone 638. UP
GUMS BLEED, TENDER, RECEDED.
See dentist. Buy soothing OLAG
Tooth Paste at the drug store.
FOR SALE—PORTA RICAN SWEET
potato sprouts. Louis Goodwin,
Route 1, Edenton. Phone 744-J-l.
I HOUSE FOR RENT —TWO BED
■ rooms. Completely furnished. Al
bemarle Court. Phone 206.
HOUSE FOR SALE—ALBEMARLE
Court. Write to Ted Boutwell, 15
Rowell Circle, Havelock, N. C.
SINGER SEWING MACHINES-I
New Singer machines may be pur- .
chased for as low as $94.50. Bud- |
get terms. Liberal trade-ins. Sing
er Sewing Machine Center, 605 East
Main Street, Elizabeth City, N. C.,
phone 4306. NovSthc
10 DAY SALE! AAA HAMPSHIRE
Reds, R. I. Reds, Barred Rocks,
White Rocks, Wyandottes, Rock-Red
Crosses, Wyan-Rock Crosses as
hatched, $11.95 per 100. Heavy
Breed Cockerels $6.95 per 100 (pos
itively no Leghorns). Write for low
prices on Pullets. 12 Pekin Duck-|
lings $4.75. 15 Broadbreasted Tur
key Poults $12.00 C.O.D. 100%
Live Delivery Guaranteed. 100%
Bloodtested. RUBY CHICKS, Dept
19-C, Norfolk, Va. Phone 29040.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS—
on all makes. Free estimates in
advance. We will loan you a ma
chine while yours is being repaired.
Singer Sewing Center, 605 East
Main Street, Elizabeth City, N. C.,
phone 4306. Nov*tfc 1
FOR RENT NAGS HEAD COT
tage; sleeps 16, all modem conven
iences. Maid facilities. Apply
Edenton Furniture Company. ltc
WILL SACRIFICE FOR QUICK
sale, 14-foot solid juniper skiff and
I trailer. Will sell separately. Con
; tact E. E. Harrell at Valhalla,
FOR SALE—HOME FREEZER IN
good condition. Reasonably priced.
Call 215-W. ltc
LOST —LADY'S GLYCINE WRIST
watch. Probably lost in downtown
section. Reward. Mrs. Francis
Hicks, phone 205. ltpd
FOR SALE—FRYING SIZE CHICK
ens. Contact Mrs. L. H. Haskett,
509 North Broad Street. Phone
WANTED —WHY WORRY ABOUT
Athlete’s Foot, Boils, Bums, Itch,
Eczema, Impetigo, Pimples, Psorias
sis, Ringworm or any known skin
disease. Ask your druggist about
j V-J-O. Feb20,1955pd
WANTED —MAN WITH CAR FOR
! outside sales work in Edenton and
vicinity. Route or sales experience
helpful but not necessary. For in
terview, phone Greenville 5879 from
7 to 9 P. M. May2otfc
WANTED—MAN” WITH CAR FOR
local route work. 60 stops daily.
Pays SB2 up weekly. Fuller Brush
Co., phone Greenville 5879 from 7
to 9 P. M. tfc
WANTED—RELIABLE MAN WITH
car to manage established FULLER
BRUSH route in Edenton and vi
cinity. Average earnings SBS to
SIOO per week. Phone Greenville
5879 from 7 to 9 P. M. tfc
MONUMENTS where you SAVE the
middle man’s profit. 405 S. Road
Street, Elizabeth City, N. C. Dial
J. Winton Sawyer