Needs In Future
Anticipate New Jail and
Central Housing of
Taking a lerifcrrange view, Chowan
County Commissioners at their meet
ing Monday agreed to purchase a piece
of property from T. C. Byrum. In the
deal is a strip 104 feet wide adjoin
ing and extending the length of coun- ,
ty property On which is ltoused the
present jail and Jailer’s home. The ,
price of the property, on which is now „
housed * large »rarshft£Se is $16,000.
The Commissioners, believing that .
sooner or later a new'jjajl/will have to 1
be built and that„at some'future time
a building might ,bs.,Constructed to
house the various county offices which
are now scattered about in rented i
quarters, are of the opinion that it is
for best interest of the county to ac
quire this adcptiSnid ifuil at a time
when very few* suitAbl Afcites are avail
able and as time .goes on will become
even more difficult to secure.
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drive will begin in Chowan Coun
ty next week.
County' Commissioners meet in
adjourned, meeting Wednesday,
July 16,*ti jganajder budget.
Dr. OjC.flfeJfonfwjll speak on
leprosy Supday evening, June 20,
at 7:30 1 Baptist
Woman’s Auxiliary of St. Paul’s
Episcopal Church will meet this
(Thuradsy) afternoon at 4 o’clock
in the PzrWi ImuhA V >
Edenton Jaycees will meet to
night (Thursday) at 7 o’clock at
the Triangle Rbbtadrant.
Special meeting mt. Town Coun
cil Tuesday night to .consider ex
tension of eity limits and coning
Mass X-ray survey in progress
until July Bth.
f ~. Call mndeftfor'-HeipoJo be used
, , in proposed *Edfentorf.USO Club.
ar TackJfPgfty (D Penelope Bark
er ho udr Friday right, June 18,
at 9 o’clock. ~ .
Teen-Age. Glob open Tuesday 1
and Thursday nights.
Edenton chapter of the Eastern
Star wiH observe Constitution
Night, Friday, June 11, when its
charter will be received.
VFW Post meets in VFW horn®
Tuesday night of next week.
Chowan Tribe, No. 12, 1.0.R.M.,
meets Monday night at 8 o’clock
in the Red Men hall.
Fund raising drive for the
Edenton swimming pool now in
Edenton Rotary Club meets to
day (Thursday) at 1 o’clock in j
the Parish House.
Give your cultivator
with IH Precision-Engineered
SWEEPS .< SHOVELS
i'Z j' f.&c
Gin joat cultivator die ihup new "bite'* it needs to loosen
j hard ground and clean out the weeds. Get a new set of IH
pcedsion-engiifeered sweeps, shorels or steels today. Made
of wear-resistant high-carbon steel, they wear better, hold
! their Skarpacsv longer and maintain penetration. Don’t settle
„ for gubstitntes.We have IH sweeps, shorels and steels in the
—| site and type to do best work in your
'+ *■ crops and soil.
■ S SIHR Talc* Horn* A Set Today
ll 1’ PLACE’YOUR ORDER NOW FOR
JU)bjnr Blue Cotton Dusters
KMPIEMENT & TRUCK CO.
NATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER”
EDENTON, N. C.
News About Clubs
In Chowan County
By HATTIE SINGLETARY
Home Demonstration Agent
Last week the Home Agent attend
ed the sth Annual Crafts Workshop
at Camp Schaub in Waynesville, N. C.
Many different crafts were taught by
skillful craftsmen. The crafts were
copper, braided rugs, drawn work, leaf
prints, spatter printing, aluminum em
bossing, silk screening and drawn
work. Over two hundred agents and
Home Demonstration Club women at
tended this crafts workshop.,
June is not too early to begin plan
ning your fall garden. It is important
to keep every foot of ground busy
growing something all season. As old
crops Btop producing start new ones.
A good fall garden should include
snap beans, beets, lettuce, mustard,
kale, turnips, and turnip salad.
It takes a combination of foods to
keep fit. But no one food does as
much for you as milk and milk pro
The demonstration “Selecting Shoes
That Fit” will be given by the Home
Agent at the following Home Demon
June 14 at 3:oo—Chowan Club, Cho
wan Community Building.
June 15 at 3:oo—Ryland Club with
Mrs. J. T. Byrum.
June 16 at 3:oo—Byrd Club with
Mrs. M. W. Jackson.
June 17 at 3:oo—Enterprise Club
with Mrs. Edward Hare.
June 18 at 3:oo—Ward Club, at
Rocky Hock Wins
Game Opening League
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other two hits were made by Lilley
and Elbert Bunch. Buck Wheeler and
Gene Taylor were credited with the
two Colonial hits.
Elizabeth City 13, Rocky Hock 2
In a loosely played game on Hicks
Field Tuesday night Elizabeth City
defeated Rocky Hock 13-2. On the
mound for Rocky Hock were Paul
Chappell, Bob Harbison and F. Hollo
well, the trio yielding nine hits, but
their teammates made seven miscues.
For Elizabeth City Curtis was the
moundsman and gave up six hits.
The visitors scored four runs in the
1 opening round and exploded in the
sixth when eight runners crossed the
Edenton 7, Colerain 8
In Colerain Tuesday night the Co
lonials suffered their second setback
when they were defeated 8-7. Powell,-
Whitson, Ray Rogerson and Manager
Gashouse Parker did mound duty,
while Colerain used three pitchers
i during the game.
J. L. Harrell led the Edenton hat
| ters with three hits.
In the average man is curled
j The hero stuff that rules the world.
—Sam Walter Foss.
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON. N. C„ THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1954.
George Byrum Will
Attend Boys’ State
State Patrolman Mack G. Rogerson
was named a nominating committee by
Ed G. Bond Post, No. 40, American
Legion, to select a boy in Chowan
County to attend Boys’ State in Chap-■
el Hill June 13-20.
Patrolman Rogerson selected
George W. Byrum, who lives near Ry
land, who will attend Boys’ State with
his expenses paid by Ed Bond Post
59 JAILED IN MAY
Jailer Herman White reports that
during May 59 persons were placed
in the Chowan County jail. Confine
ments ranged from one to 31 days and
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—RED SEAL CANNED / JBt V
CUT GREEN BEANS 10c fflP
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—KENT FARMS OR PRESTON \ /
SWEET PEAS .. "sr 10c Mm
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—HONEYSWEET
BARTLETT PEARS .... 19c
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—SAVE 10c ON COLONIAL'S . /..
HOTEL &. RESTAURANT coffee & $1.05
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—PACKED IN OIL
AAAINE SARDINES ....... 3 c 25c
MILK FED VEAL
SAVE THIS WEEK ON COLONIAL'S VEAL
u - 29c s c u u a t re
NATUR-TENDER —FULLY TRIMMED—VEAL SIRLOIN OR
VEAL RUMP ROAST 49c
TENDER FULLY TRIMMED—ROUND STEAK
VEAL CUTLETS . . . . u. 79c
NATUR-TENDER—U. S. CHOICE—FULLY TRIMMED
VEAL CHOPS Tr 49c c tr 69c
FOR STEWS OR FiII—ECONOMICAL FLANK ON JR
BREAST O'VEAL . 19c J*
ECONOMICAL—BONELESS s' ■
KEEP THAT FRESH CAUGHT FLAVOR—FRY FISH IH
SPRY SHORTENING 3 & 90c
ALWAYS FRESH AND CRISP—GORTON’S
POTATO CHIPS .
IXTRA STRENGTH—EXTRA FLAVOR witli McCORMICK
BLACK PEPPER 2 at 35c
CHICKEN OF THE SEA—LIGHT MEAT—BITE SIZE
CHUNK TUNA . . v 37c
S 85c —45 c
TOP OFF YOUR MORNING CEREAL WITH CREAM AND BANANAS
URGE BANANAS . . 2 -25 c
FRESH SWEET TENDER GOLDEN BANTAM
CORN-ON-THE-COB . 5 29c
(the expense totaled $393.63 which in
cludes jail and turnkey fees, as well
: as soap and powders, glasses for the
jail and telephone bill.
ROTARIANS MEET TODAY
Eden ton’s Rotary Club will met
I this (Thursday) afternoon at 1 orcrock
|in the Parish House. The program
twill be in charge of Bill Cozart and
: President John Kramer urges all Ro
tarians to be present
SUNBEAMS MEET SUNDAY
The Sunbeams of the Edenton Bap
tist Church will meet at the church
, Sunday morning during the 11 o’clock
worship service. AM members are
urged to be present and new members
j Vets Question Box
Q —l was awarded a VA pension
around the middle of the year. In
computing my income to see whether
I come under the ceiling set by law,
must I count income for the entire
year, or only that part of the year
during which I was on VA’s pension
A—You must include your income
for the entire year, even though you
were drawing a pension for only part
of the year.
Q —How much classroom instruc
tion is required of veterans taking in
stitutional on-farm training under the
I Korean GI Bill?
CS BRAND CANNED NATURAL
ORANGE JUICE . . 30c
COLONIAL'S CREAMY SMOOTH—NUTREAT
SALAD DRESSING r 25c
GOOD TO THE LAST DROP—MAXWELL HOUSE
INSTANT COFFEE . § 73c
FOR DELICIOUS TEA-COLONIAL'S GOLD LABEL
TEA BAGS . r 14c 37c
N. Y. STATE AGED EXTRA
SHARP CHEESE •• • Wedge 35c
MRS. FILBERT'S GOLDEN QUARTERS
MARGARINE ... . . «*. 31c
- PICK OF THE NEST—GRADE A
.LARGE EGGS 53c
ARMOUR'S PURE CREAMERY
BUTTER CLOVERBLOOM 34c
GRAND FOR MAKING SAUCES
SAVORY CHEESE . . 2 T9c
SPECIAL PRICE —SQUARE CUT
Jamestown Bacon . "A. 62c
Birdseye Fryers ’51.29
sn.__mrs— all prices in this ad .effective
THRU SAT. NIGHT. JUNB JC^.
S®osr 1 >
SWEET-SOUR CABBAGE "
4 cups shredded cabbage 1/3 cup vinegar u
5 slices bacon, diced % teaspoon salt " •'
S tablespoons brown sugar % teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoons flour 1 small onion, thinly rifced i
H cup water , . 1
Cook cabbage In boiling, salted water 7 minutes. Fry J
bacon, drain. Add sugar and flour to bacon artpofrigs, *
blend. Add water, vinegar, and seasonings. Cook un- J
til thickened. Add onion, bacon and drained hot cab
bage. Heat thoroughly. Makes 4 servings.
For tpecifie recipoe, Komcmakino or cooking information, write?
% ai Z v £ arUr ‘ rHr «*° r of Wotw Economic*, Colonial Storet, Inc.,
P. 0. Box *358, Atlanta, Go.
A—Under the law, a tptal of at
least 200 hours pe> tyear of'classroom
instruction is required. less than
eight hours of it gifen in any
Q —How is Korean GI BUI entitle
ment used up in the ckke df veterans
taking flight training?. ,
A—For flight trainees, entitlement
used up at the --mt£ ,of one day for
each $1.25 paief to *m«in as education
and training allowances.
Great trials seem tp.,bc
preparation for great'dutjps.
- —t— —i — ■ - j.M.
Who invades our rights can never
be but an usurper, , —Henry Brooke