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    W. P. Jones Speaker
At Lions Meeting
Appeals For Cooperation
In Securing New In
dustries
A fervent appeal for their coopera
tion in the matter of securing more
■ndustry for Edenton and Chowan
bounty was made to the members of
the Edenton Lions Club at their Mon
day evening meeting by W. P. Jones,
chairman of the Industrial Develop
ment Committee of the Edenton De
velopment Corporation, an organiza
tion recently perfected by many citi
zens of Edenton.
“Our committee consists of the 11
men and women who were the original
incorporators of the corporation,” said
Jones. “Our primary objective is to
bring new industry to Edenton in or
der t, bolster up our steadily shrink- ;
ing pay-roll here, due to the curtail- i
ment of some of our manufacturing .
establishments. At present we have
secured over 550 persons who wish
employment and there are actually
over 1,400 employable women avail
able for work in Chowan County, con
tinued the speaker.
“We have the friendship and full
cooperation of the State Department
of Conservation and Development.
They have furnished us a number of
good leads on industries who are an
xious to move their plants South, or
establish additional ones in our State,”
said Jones.
“Just recently we lost an industry,
due to the fact that we were not or
ganized to work for it. This plant is
being established at Lillington by the
Morehead Citv Garment Company.
Many towns of our size have organiz
ed as we are now preparing to do,
which include such places as Spring
Hope, Scotland Neck, Zebulon, Wood
land and others. They are really go
ing after these industrial plants,” con
tinued Jones.
“The Lions Club has always inter
ested itself in all movements looking
to the betterment of our community. '
We solicit your help at this time and
would appreciate your attending thej
mass meeting to be held at the Court
House immediately following adjourn
ment of your club”. |
Jones was introduced by Mayor Le
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W. P. Jones Speaker
At Lions Meeting
Appeals For Cooperation
In Securing New In
dustries
Ralph E- Parrish, Inc.
“YOUR FRIGIDAIRE DEALER”
EDENTON
*
roy Haskett, chairman of the club’s!
Community Betterment Committee,';
| who likewise urged every member to
attend the meeting at the Court House.
| Earl Harrell, president of the club,
thanked Mr. Jones for his inspiring
[talk and assured him that the Lions
■will cooperate in every way possible.
[ Dr. Wallace Griffin and Dr. A. F. (
Downum reported on their recent at
tendance as delegates to the Lions In- j
temational Convention in New York •
City. Time would not permit a full
report, hut they passed around vari- ,
ous exhibitions, brochures, etc., from ,
nations all over the world, except the* |
iron curtain countries where such or
ganizations are restricted, if not to
tally prohibited. These proved very
interesting to the members.
Edenton Colonials
Further In Cellar
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scored on Brown’s double. The other
run was scored in the fifth when Gene
Taylor lost control and walked Craig
when the bases were loaded, allow-.
■ ing Seymour to walk home,
j The Colonials’ run was scored in the
sixth when Gashouse Parker doubled
and scored on an error by Curtis.
Taylor for the Colonials allowed
five hits and fanned six.
In the second game Mack Cherry
and,Curtis staged a mound duel in a]
well-played game. Edenton took the
lead by scoring a run in the third
when Ted Lassiter walked and scor
ed on a double by Brooks. Elizabeth
City tied the score in the fourth and
the two teams were held scoreless un
-1 til the eleventh when the visitors
' I clinched the game by scoring two runs.
Scott opened with a double and raced
to third on a wild pitch. Haney walk
ed and Curtis laid down a bunt which
scored Scott and Curtis was safe at
first. Curtis scored on Seymour’ sin
gle.
Cherry allowed six hits, while the
Colonials registered five off Curtis.
Brooks led at bat for Edenton with
two hits and Seymour led the visitors
with two.
Edenton 2, Hertford 3
In Hertford Tuesday night the In
| dians won a close decision over the
Colonials by a 3-2 count.
I Manager Gashouse Parker pitched
for the Colonials and gave up seven
| hits. Matthews for Hertford allowed
five hits and fanned 10 Colonial bat
ters.
j Hertford scored two runs in the see
• ond and one in the third, while the
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THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDKNTON. N. C.. THURSDAY JULY 22, 1954.
[Colonials’ two runs were scored in the
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Rocky Hock 4, Hertford 5
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the game, allowing only four hits and
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; | fanned seven batters.
Winslow went the route for Hert
|ford, giving up 10 hits. Sexton led
f; at bat for Rocky Hock with three hits.
IjLowe and Jordan followed with two
i each. |
Rocky Hock 0, Colerain 4
! Oscar Hoggard, Colerain mounds-'
man, baffled Rocky Hock batters on
• Hicks Field Tuesday night enabling
■ Colerain to defeat Rocky Hock 4-0.
Hoggard allowed only three hits and
i waa master of the situation through
out the game. Sexton's single and a
I single and a triple by Bunch were the
I only hits Rocky Hock could muster
off the offerings of Hoggard.
Hardison was on the mound for
Rocky Hock and allowed nine hits with
Farless Wynns, White and Hughes!
each getting two.
Colerin scored a run in the second
I inning when Hughes walked, stole sec
'ond and scored on Wynn’s single. In
the fourth another run was scored
when Hughes singled, stole second
went to third on Wynns’ sacrifice and (
raced home when Macaluso grounded. '
The visitors scored two more runs in
the eighth when White singled andj
scored on Hughes’ single. Hughes
scored on a long fly by Wynns. '
SECTION ONii-
DIME SOCIETY MEETING
The Dime Society of the Edenton
Baptist Church will meet Tuesday
I night, July 27, at 8 o’clock with Mrs.
'E. W. Bond. All members are urged
to attend.
CARD OF THANKS
We are taking this means to express
our sincere thanks and appreciation
for the many cards, flowers, expres
sions of sympathy and other deeds of
kindness during the death of our hus
jband and father, Roy L. Spry.
AIRS. ROY SPRY
I AND FAMILY c
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