I News About Clubs
In Chowan County
By HATTIE SINGLETARY
Home Demonstration Agent
I. E. Halsey, Jr., County Coun-
President, received the following
letter of thanks from Mrs. F. A.
Shook, Jr„ Chairman, Service Groups,
Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry
Point, North Carolina:
“Dear Mrs. Halsey: The Gray Lady
Service of Cherry Point, wished to
thank you for your most generous do
nation of cookies for our use. Please
convey our deep appreciation to the
members of the various clubs in your
Federation. The donation has gone to
help continue our program in the In
“We operate a lounge for the am
bulatory patients and serve Coffee,
cookies, fruit juice and iced tea and
punch in season. Available in the
lounge are magazines, games, record!
player, and records for their use.
“We visit the wards twice daily. In
the morning we distribute Comfort
Articles and take shopping requests
and fill them. In the afternoon we
take the Book Cart around from which
the patients may have magazines,
books, newspapers, etc.
“A monthly ward party is held for
the patients in the ward unable to
come to the lounge. We play games
and often live entertainment is avail
able to add to their enjoyment. We
serve cake and coffee or punch. The
parties are always the high spot in the
month for bed patients.
“We also have an active Craft nro,
gram. The patients are able to make
model airplanes and shins, or work on
woven plasticebelts and lanyards.
“In addition to our work with the
men in the Wards, the Gray Ladies
work in the Out Patient Department
and the Pediatrics Department. We
perform chaperone duty for the doc-'
tors and stand-by for the X-rays.
“By this brief resume you can see
we have a very active group of Gray
, Ladies and we appreciate greatly the
help you have given. May I again say'
thank you for being so kind. We all
are so pleased over the wonderful re
sponse from your group.
“Mrs. F. A.' Shook, Jr.
T would like to thank the Home
Demonstration Women for their fine
■Kesponse to the Red Cross Rlood
A total of $348.8!) was raised
T>y eight clubs. This will go a long
way towards keeping the blood bank'
in the county.
The Beech Fork Club sponsored a r
Stanley Party as a means of adding!
money to their treasury. Mrs. John
Layton, president, reports that they
made money and had a “good time",
The Rocky Hock Home Demon strn-1
tion Club will meet with Mrs. Henry
Bunch, Tuesday, July 27, at 8 P. M.
SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT
Miss Nancy Boswell entertained last'
Wednesday at a miscellaneous shower
honoring. Miss Carolyn Swindell, bride-' 1
elcrt of August Ist.
Gifts were placed on a table under I
a parasol, decorated with eolors of the
Games were played arid prizes were
awarded the winners of the bridal con
The home was decorated throughout
with gladioli. The dining room table
was covered with a linen cutwork cloth j
centered with summer flowers.
Miss Swindell was presented a cor-1
sage of white rosebuds and stephano- |
Approximately 35 guests showered
her with gifts.
SERVING IN KOREA
Army Private Namon A. Mooring,!
son of Mrs. Annie L. Mooring, Route j
1, Edenton, is serving in Korea with i
the sth Regimental Combat Team. |
A flexible, self-sustaining unit, the
sth RCT saw action with every U. S. i
division in Korea before the cease |
fire. The team has completed more j
than three years on the peninsula. j
Private Morring is a rifleman in j
Company Bof the team. He entered |
the Arniy in November, 1953, and ar
rived in Korea last May.
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One of the most costly buildings on the new Wake Forest College campus is going to he one of the
It is the Center Building, lying on the southern end of a rectangular area that is bordered on the
north by Wait Chapel and on each side by boy’s dormitories. The Center Building is a multi-purpose
building and reflects an important part of the philosophy behind the new campus.
The philosophy requires that the spiritual, physical and recreational needs of the students be met
in a relatively small area retaining the atmosphere of the home.
The Center Building will house dining facilities, college administration and student offices and class
rooms. With Wait Chapel aimed at meeting student spiritual needs, the Center Building, lying just
south, will fulfill some of the more practical needs.
William A. Munden Dies
Following Long Illness
William Ambrose Munden, 80, died
at his home on North Broad Street
Sunday morning following a long
period of declining health. He was
the son of the late W. A. Munden and
! Sallie Long Munden of Perquimans
County hut he lived in Edenton most
of his life.
Deceased was one of the oldest
members of Chowan Tribe of Red
1 Men, being a past sachem and had
filled every office of the order. He
was also a member of the Bethel
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. In a B.
Munden: two daughters, Mrs. L. T.
Grantham of New Bern and Miss
Mildred Munden of Edenton; two
stepdaughters, Mrs. J. H. Long o f i
Norfolk and Mrs. Henry J. Long ofj
Elizabeth City. Three step-grand- 1
children also survive.
Funeral services were held in the
I Edenton Baptist Church Tuesday as- 1
] ternoon at 3:30 o’clock with the pastor: I
the Rev. R. N. Carroll, officiating. He
was assisted by the Rev. D. J. Stoner, j
pastor of the Rethel Baptist Church.j
! Burial was in Beaver Hill Cemetery.
| Active pallbearers were L. W. Stal-j
! lings, Jimmie Lassiter. Joel Williams, i
Percy Pail, Lloyd Perry and Jack;
Honorary pallbearers were members
of (’bovvan Tribe of Red Men and Dr.
L. P. Williams and Dr. Richard Har- j
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Having qualified as Administratrix
of the estate of W. P. Sinclair, deceas
ed, late of Chowan County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against th# estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Ryland, North Caro
lina, on or before the 9th day of July,
1955, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This July 9, 1954.
ELIZABETH J. SINCLAIR,
W. P. Sinclair Estate.
W. A. HOLLOWELL,
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CTA of the estate of Inez White, de
ceased, late of Chowan County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
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NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
Priscilla Long and Husband,
Mary Paxton and Husband, William
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19th day of August, 1954, and upon
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the Court for the relief sought.
This 17th day of July, 1954,
LENA M. LEARY,
of Superior Court.