Negro District 4-H
Various Team Demon
strations Feature of
The Northeastern Negro District
4-H Club Federation held its annual
Federation at the Edenton High School
Friday, June 4. The program began
Friday morning in the school audi
torium at 10 A. M., with Miss Shirley 1
Sutton, secretary of the 4-H County
Council, presiding. Invocation was
given by the Rev. E. S. Parker, pas
tor of Gale Street and St. John
Churches. Address of welcome by D.
F. Walker, principal of Edenton High
School. After the morning program
the 4-H Club activities began which
consisted of team demonstrations by
boys and girls, dress contests and
judging of poultry and swine. The
first place winners by counties were
as follows: Halifax, dairy foods;
Franklin, bread making team; Vance,
bread making individual; Perquimans,
boys’ team demonstration, and Pitt,
The success of the 4-H District Fed
eration was due largely to the very
fine work of the following 4-H Club
leaders; Mesdames Carrie Brown.
Clara Carter, Evalina Harris, Mamie
Felton, Pemelle Newby, Lillian Parks,
Pearl Newby, Arizona Fleming, Ad
die Morning, Ella Bowens, Hilda
Blount, Messrs. C. L. Fajrton, James
Johnson, Andrew Newby, James Wills,
Joseph Sawyer and Berry Newby.
Experiment Is Tried To
Curb Weeds In Peanuts
Chemical weed control in peanuts
is being tried by Bertram Hollowell I
of Cross Roads community. Due to'
the hazards involved, this practice is
not recommended for general field use,
but only on a trial basis. The Ex- ,
periment Station hopes to find a ma
terial that will be safe to use on
peanuts and will control weeds and ,
In Mr. Hollowell’s demonstration
two materials, Di-Nitro and Esteron 1
Ten Ten, were used on separate plots
of eight rows each on the Ward farm.
The treated areas will not be culti
vated until necessary. Plots are lab
eled for observation and are located
near the highway on the left of the !
AWKWARD, ugly, ungainly,
Km "ihip of the dwarf" it a
fnta friend of Man. Though
tho (lightest braoza on tho
dosort it fta a blatf from tho
month of a fumaca, tho faith*
ful camol can bo depended
Each ceremony it conducted j
with greciout simplicity. when
wo are etkod to officiate. !
Comtent application end i
ye art of careful study have j
won ut our reputation for do- .
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Patients admitted to Chowan Hos- j
pital during the week May 31-June 6 j
| White: Master Johnnie Hughes,
| Infant Arthur Carter Lowell, Mrs.
Helen Jethro, Mrs. Bertha Beasley,
Mrs. Martha Crummey, Mrs. Louise
Wilson, Mrs. Ola Belanza, Mrs.
Blanche Furlough, Bill Goodwin, Jr.,
Mrs. Bessie Harrell, Mrs. Rosalind |
Harrell, Edmond Matthews, James
Hopkins, Mrs. Mary Skittlethorp.
Negro: Zelma Boyce, Beulah Skin
ner, Louise Taylor, Johnnie Cabarrus,
Hazel Backus, Charlie Holley, Myrtha
Elliott, Lucy Archer, Virginia Hol
ley, William Copeland.
Patients discharged during the same
White: Rhett Miller, Master John
nie Hughes, John Bunch, Mrs. Eliza
beth Hawkins, Infant Arthur Carter
Lowell, Lee Riddick, Mrs. Maggie
Goodwin, Mrs. Bertha Beasley, Mrs.
Cliffie Twine, Mrs. Helen Jethro, Mrs.
Ola Belanza, Mrs. Joy Copeland, Mrs.
Bessie Harrell, Mrs. Rosalind Harrell,
Bill Goodwin, Jr., Miss Martha Brick
house, Mrs. Lucy Boyce.
Negro: Verdell Spruill, Estelle Mc-
Coy, Louise Taylor, Zelma Boyce, Ha
zel Backus, Lucy Archer, Johnnie Ca
barrus, Beulah Skinner.
Births included: Hazel Mae and
William Backus, a son; Zelma and
Emerson Boyce, a daughter; Lucy Mge
and Thomas Archer, a daughter.
Visiting ministers for the week of
June 7-13 are: White, the Rev. C.
H. Beale; Negro, the Rev. E. S. Park
$3,139 Distributed For
Old Age Assistance
According to the monthly report of
Mrs. J. H. McMullan, County Welfare
Superintendent, 127 persons in Cho
wan County received $3,139 during
May in way of old age assistance.
I Fourteen cases of aid to dependent
! children received $533, 12 cases of aid
to blind received $451 and 12 cases of
permanently and totally disabled re
General assistance in the amount of
$107.92 was given in eight cases and
other financial assistance included
nine cases hospitalized in the county, |
Week Day Shows Conti; ix ns
Saturdav Continuous Prom 1:30
Sunday 2:15, 4:15 and 8:45
Thursday and Friday,
Ray Milland and
Jane Wyman in
“LET’S DO IT AGAIN”
W. H. GARDNER |
Saturday, June 12— |
John Derek in
“THE LAST POSSE”
M. L. BUNCH
Sunday and Monday,
Lucille Ball and
Desi Amaz in
“THE LONG LONG TRAILER”
W. T. HARRY
Tuesday and Wednesday,
Ronald Reagan in
“LAW AND ORDER”
Joseph Cotten in
“A BLUEPRINT FOR MURDER”
EDENTON, N. C.
Friday and Saturday,
Richard Arlen in
EDENTON, N. C.
Admission 40c Per Person
Children Under 12 Free
Friday and Saturday,
. “ABBOTT AND COSTELLO
GO TO MARS”
MRS. E. L. BYRD
Sunday, June 13—
Ann Sheridan in
“TAKE ME TO TOWN”
MRS. ERNEST KEHAYES
Monday and Tuesday,
Vincent Price in
“THE HOUSE OF WAX”
MISS JUANITA BIENMETT
Wednesday and Thursday,
Stewart Granger in
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THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON. N. C.. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1954.
's49l; two cases hospitalized outside
I the county, $61.46, and one burial, $95.
) Service cases included one adult
parolee under supervision, two persons
received free eye examinations
I through the N. C. State Commission
| for the blind and 20 children received
Edenton Police Make
46 Arrests In May I
Chief of Police George I. Dail re- 1
port* that Edenton police made 46 ar
rests during May. Miscellaneous traf
fic arrests led the list with 12, fol
lowed by nine drunks.
Os those arrested 43 were found
guilty and 21 were white males, two
white females, 20 colored males and
three colored females.
Fines amounted to $698.50 and costs ‘
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$331,404, or a total of $1,029.90, of
which $139.50 was turned back to the
town in way of officers’ fees.
The month’s activities included 70
calls answered, six accidents investi
gated, eight funerals worked, 26
street lights reported out, 53 courtes
ies extended, 15 doors found unlocked,
55 investigations made, one fire call
j answered and 587 citations issued
The police made 895 radio calls and
l were on the air one hour, 14 minutes
and 35 seconds.
We want to express our sincere
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tives for their kind words of sym
pathy, cards and flowers during the
illness and death of our aunt, Mis
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