May U. S. Savings
Bonds Sales Total
$8,121.85 In Chowan
Chairman A, B. Harless
Urges Regular Pur
chases of Bonds
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A. B. Harless, chairman’«f the Cho
wan County U. S. Savings Bonds Com
mittee, reports that In Chowan Coun
ty sales of Series t and H Savings
bonds for May amounted to $8,121-76.
Sales for the first site months in the
county were $90,142. 4
Americans continued to purchase
more Series E A H Savings Bonds
during May than any other May in 9
years. North Carolina sales for the
month were $3,623,260.00. The com
bined cumulative sales of E A H
Bonds for the first five months of
1964 were $20,866,836.76. “H” Bondi
sales in North
an increase of 21.5 per cent over the
same period in 1968.
Mr. Harless says bankers in the
community will be,pleaded to advise
regarding the Series E & H bonds and;
urges all citizens of this county to
invest regularly in \y. S. ( Savings
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Alford Speaker At
Rotary dub Meeting
Area Supervisor Tells
About Work of Vet
Stephen Alford, area .Supervisor for
the North Carolina Veterans Commis
sion, was the principal speaker at last
week's Rotary meeting and was intro-.
duced by Elton Forehand,: Jr., who had
charge of the program.
Mr. Alford explained the work of.
the Commission which, he said, is
primarily to aid and assist veterans of
all wars. He said there-are > over 20,-
000,000 men in the country who are
classified as veterans, which is about
one-eighth of the nation's population.
Among the benefits for veterans (
Mr. Alford listed hospitalization, in- 1
suranee and the GI Bill for World War I
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II and Korean veterans, and said sure- j
ly these benefits are deserved by those |
men who served in defense of their
Commenting on the overall program
for veterans, Mr. Alford said he felt
the money appropriated for the bene
fit of veterans had been well spent,
and complimented the various service I
officers in the area who aid veterans
in securing the benefits to which they
are entitled. In Chowan County J. L. |
Wiggins is the service officer.
Raleigh 6. Mwell
Red Men’s Sachem
Officers of Tribe Elected
At Meeting Monday
At Monday night’s meeting of Cho
wan Tribe, No. 12, Improved Order of
Red Men, officers for the next six
month term were elected.
As the result of the election Raleigh
B. Hollcwell will serve as sachem,
Walter Bond as prophet, William Bar
row as senior sagamore and Carl
Keeter as junior sagamore.
These officers, together with those
appointed by the new sachem, are
scheduled to be installed at next Mon
day night’s meeting.
Mental melodies and strains of
sweetest music supersede conscious
sound. Music is the rhythm of head
and heart. —Mary Baker Eddy.
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Tint CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON. Kl. &. THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1954.
New Ownership Of' =* ot H0 "" d s,lv,y Y n
fl IfMill 801 l Weevil Hold Family
LOC3I veneer mHI Reunion, Says Overman
T" i> O * “Mr. Weevil is out in Chowan
iS. O. Holland, O. K. Opl- , County cotton fields with all his
vey and A. B. Williams uncles, aunts, cousins and kissin’
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]the Edenton Veneer Mill changed average of 18.77% squares punctured,
hands, when the concern was leased Fields varied froom 6% to 58% punc
from B. W. Evans. The new owners tured squares. “Therefore,” says the
are S. 0. Holland, O. R. Spivey and agents, “we are recommending that
A. Butler Williams. you examine your fields and if 10%
The concern will operate under the of the squares are punctured, begin
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801 l Weevil Hold Family
Reunion, Says Overman
“Mr. 801 l Weevil is out in Chowan
County cotton fields with all his i
uncles, aunts, cousins and kissin’ |
kin,” say County Agents C. W. Over
man and Robert S. Marsh.
A field check of 13 fields in differ- :
ent sections of the county showed an j
average of 18.77% squares punctured. !
Fields varied froom 6% to 58% punc- 1
tured squares. “Therefore,” says the 1
agents, “we are recommending that '
you examine your fields and if 10%
of the squares are punctured, begin c
dusting at once.
“For best results, you should start
dusting this week. Use 20% toxa
phene dust, 8 to 10 pounds per ap
plication. You should make a weevil
count once a week and continue with
I your dusting program at 7-day inter
vals until the percentage of punctured
squares drops below 10%.”
A husband had been making the
rounds New Year’s Eve. Returning
home full of holiday spirits, he stood
in a comer, arms outstretched, and
said over and over, “I’m a Christmas
tree, I’m a Christmas tree, but I
havn’t any ornaments.”
Just then his wife came in and hung
one on him.
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Phone 680. Julyl,Bc
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