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Emerson M. Ward
Named On County
F. H. A. Committee
Joins Joe A. Webb, Jr.,
And Janies L. Hassell
Emerson M. Ward of Tyner is the
newly appointed member of the Cho
wan County Farmers Home Adminis
tration committee, E. F. Morgan, the
agency’s county supervisor has an
nounced. The appointment became ef
fective July 1, 1954.
Mr. Ward operates a general farm
in the Tyner section of the county and
actively participates in all community
The other two members of the 3-
member committee are Joe A. Webb,
Jr., and James L. Hassell. These two
men also are engaged in farming and
are interested in the welfare of the
Each member is named for a 3-vear
term, and one appointment expires
each year. No member completing a
3-year term can succeed himself.
Every agricultural county in the
country has su-h a committee to help
the Farmers Home Administration
county supervisor adapt the agency’s
loan policies to local conditions includ
ing farm credit needs.
The Farmer;. Home Administration
makes loans to family-type farm op
erators to buy improve, or operate ef
ficient farms. Special livestock loans
are made where temporary credi , is
reeded to enable the operator to re
main in operation. Tiic agency also
makes emergency loans in counties or ,
States that have been designated by
the Secretary of Agriculture as areas,
where emergency credit is needed.!
However, the agency does not make'
loans of any type to any applicant
whose needs can be handled by other i
credit sources. I 1
Before any money can be borrowed ;
through the agency, an applicant must
have the approval of the county com
mittee. In the case of a farm owner
ship loan, the farm to be purchased,
enlarged, or improved must also be
approved by the committee, the coun
ty supervisor explained.
GUM TROUBLE CAUSES MOST
tooth loss. See dentist. Use sooth
ing OLAG Tooth Paste. At all drug
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED FOUR
room apartment, newly decorated.
Couple preferred. Mrs. Leon Leary.
Phone 125 or 234-W. tfc
FOR SALE—SPEED BOAtTT-FOOT
Century Boat, 22 hp Johnson motor
and boat house. Good for speed,
water skiing, fishing. A very nice
buy. Frank Twiddy, 907 Johnson
COLLARD PLANTS FOR SALE—
short stem. William White, Eden
ton, phone 137, ltpd
FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FURN-j
ished apartments. One and two
bedroonis with private hath, individ-'
ual hot water furnished, electric •
kitchens, garage, convenient to j
shopping center. Located 219 East
Queen Street. Call 199-J or 23.
FOR SALE 26-INCH BOY’S BI !
cycle, in good condition. Price sls. |
Contact R. P. Upton at Post Office
or call 356-J after 6 P. M. ltp,
LOST—ONE ALL-WHITE FEMALE!
cat. Reward if returned to Charles i
Wood 111. 109 South Broad Street, '
phone 705. ltp
FOR RENT—ONE 3-ROOM FURN
ished apartment. Electric kitchen.
Apply Bridge-Turn Service Station,
808 GARDNER’S STOCK YARDS
(Formerly the Perry-Hoffler Stables;
and now listed as the Suffolk Used
Car Auction Market)
One Mile South of Suffolk
on Route U. S. 13
Wednesday. August 4, One P. M.
52 BRED SOWS 45 BOARS
Berkshires, Durocs, Hampshires,
Spotted Poland Chinas
Selected from Virginia’s
FOR CATALOG WRITE:
J. W. Freeman, County Agent
Ralph S. Westing, Secretary
Va. Purebred Swine Breeders’ Asso.
July 22, 29c
FOR RENT—ONE 3-ROOM FURN
ished apartment. One 4-room un
furnished apartment. Apply Bridge-
Turn Service Station. tfc
FOUND—SET OF CARKEYS WITH
license number 502-404. Owner can
secure same by contacting Lucius i
Pierce, West Albemarle Street, Ext.
CIVIC CALENDAR |
(Continued From Page One) I
National Farm Safpty Week J
being observed this week.
■ Advance Home Demonstration |
Club will have a “chicken fry” at
the club house Monday afternoon,
August 2, at 6 o’clock.
Center Hill Home Demonstra
tion Club will have a picnic Fri
day afternoon, August 6, at 6:80
o’clock at Sandy Point.
The Baptist W.M.U. meets >
Monday afternoon, August 2, at
4 o’clock at the church.
Kindergarten class opens in the
Edenton Elementary School Wed
nesday morning, September 1, at
Red Cross hloodmobile will be
in Edenton Wednesday, August
4, from 9 A. M., to 3 P. M. Cho
wan’s quota is 110 pints.
The marriage of Miss Carolym
Swindell and Dempster C. Lewis,
Jr., will take place in the Eden
ton Baptist Church Sunday after
noon at 4:30. o’clock.
Teen-Age Club open Tuesday
and Thursday nights.
VFW Post meets in VFW home
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 still in
Edenton Rotary Club meets this
(■Thursday) afternoon at 1 o’clock
in the Parish House.
VFW Post home open every
Friday and Saturday night for
members and guests.
Junior Chamber of Commerce
annual broom sale Thursday even
ing, July 29, beginning at 6:30
Center Hill MYF will sponsor
| its annual fried chicken supper
I Friday night, July 30, at 7 o’clock
i at the Center Hill Community
Makes A Difference
“Doesn’t it give you a delightful
feeling when your husband remembers
your birthdays?” Mrs. Blackstone
asked Mrs. Webster.
“Well—Yes,” Mrs. Webster an
swered, dryly; “provided it’s only the
date—not the total.”
Fear is more painful to cowardice
than death to true courage.
—Sir Philip Sydney
WANTED—WHY WORRY ABOUT J
Athlete’s Foot Boils, Bums, Itch,
Eczema, Impetigo, Pimples, Psorias
sis, Ringworm or any known skin
disease. Ask your druggist about
WANTED AT ONCE—WHTTE LADY
companion for elderly lady to live in
home. Apply by letter to L. H. Has
kett, Edenton, or phone 104-W.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSES
in Albemarle Court and Westover
Heights. Phone 206. Julyßtf
FOR SALE—LAWN CHAIRS, MADE
of juniper, unpainted. 3-piece set,
priced SIB.OO. Contact Hoskin Bass,
Sr., phone 381-J.
REDUCED PRICES! AAA NEW
Hampshire Reds, R. I. Reds, Bar
red Rocks, White Rocks, Wyan
dottes, Rock-Reds Crosses, Wyan-
Rock Crosses $10.95 per 100 as
hatched. Heavy Assorted $9.95 per
100 as hatched. Heavy Breed Cock
erels $8.95 per 100. Write for low
prices on Heavy Breed and Light
Breed Pullets. - Pekin Ducklings
$4.75. Fifteen Brondhreasted Tur
key Poults sl2. C.O.D. 100% Blood
tested. Live Delivery Guaranteed.
RUBY CHICKS, Dept. 19-P. Nor
folk, Va. Phone 29040. Julyltf !
FOR SALE—VERY FTNE SADDLE j
horse (mare). Will work to cart ‘
or plow. Safe for children. Also*
another horse; one of the finest sad
dle horses ever to come to this part
of the country. Fine gaited. 405
South Poad Street, Elizabeth City, |
N. C. Dial 5995. July29,Augsc
SINGER SEWING MACHINES—
New Singer machines may be pur
chased for as low as $94.50. Bud
get terms. Liberal trade-ins. Sing
er Sewing Machine Center, 605 East
Main Street, Elizabeth City. N. C.,
FOR RENT THREE-BEDROOM
house 27, Westover Heights. E. W.
Leary, phone Edenton 161.
on all makes. Free estimates in
advance. We will loan yoa a ma
chine while yours is being repaired.
Singer Sewing Center, 605 East
Main Streep Elizabeth City, N. C.,
phone 4306. Nov*tfc
MONUMENTS where you SAVE the
middle man’s profit. 405 S. Road
Street, Elizabeth City, N. C. Dial
J. Winton Sawyer
Authorized Dealer For
ROCK of AGES
The World’s Finest
exp 3-18-55 1
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N, C., THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1954.
Chowan 4-H Club Team I
Winner Os State Honors
(Continued From Page One) j
dividual Dairy Foods Demonstration. I
Sherwood Harrell entered the State!
Contest of the National Junior Vege-j
table Growers Association State con-1
test in vegetable production. The
title of Sherwood’s demonstration was
“Controlling the Big Three Garden
Pests.” Although these club members
were not State winners, they had good
demonstrations, and they expect to'
enter the contests again next year.
Chowan County was well represent
ed at 4-H Week in the State Talent
Contest. The Chowan Ramblers, a
string band composed of Leon Priv
ott, Stuart Hollowell, Sammy and
W 1 I ■■■ I m y /Ql|i 11# 1 J k T i I‘l
* J II 1 1 I 4 lii jj
SQUARE CUT SLADE
■ natur-tender ' OOA %"> ‘ \ r
U. S. Choice, Lb. <SC *' *
Budget Beef Chuck Roast u - 29c
ROUND STEAK . . “ 69c
BUDGET BEEF ROUND STEAK lb. 59c
ARM ROAST - ■ w,tßs 59c
BUDGET BEEF ARM ROAST lb. 53c
GROUND BEEF * 33c
$ SwiuL’n. JandeA, ' SWIFT'S *
■ Golden Bantam PREMIUM
C „°JL N |£| FRANKS
sEars5 Ears 29c p kg. 43c
SPECIAL LOW PRICE —U.S. NO. 1
Stock-up At This fej inr OU #|
Sensational Low Price LDO.
GOLDEN YELLOW RIPE
LARGE BANANAS .. 2 -25 c
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—MOTHER'S
SALAD DRESSING ... -26 c
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—SOUTHERN MANOR
LIQUID STARCH = 13c
SPECIAL LOW PRICE—SPICY RICH
REDGATE CATSUP .. * 15c
MORTON'S CHICKEN, TURKEY OR BEEF
FROZEN PIES 3 -89 c
j Vandy Byrum, were chosen as one of j
I the groups to appear on the talent |
1 program on Friday night,
j Other Chowan Club members who j
were chosen to take part in the State ]
Talent Contest were: Anne Pearce,j
piano solo; Kay Frances White, skit;
[jimmy Hollowell, Joe Privott, Joseph
j Wiggins and Lloyd Neal Ward, vocal
solo. Each of these were district win
ners, and each of them, with the pos
sible exception of the Chowan Ramb
lers, expects to enter the 4-H Talent
Contest in 1955.
The largest delegation in history
attended the State 4-H Week from
Chowan County. Other Chowan Club
members who attended were: Harold
Lloyd Bunch, Jackie Byrum, Berniei
■ Baker, H. T. Hollowell, Steve Burch, j
Emmett Perry, Barbara Anne White, 1
j Marjorie and Janice Harrell.
The Chowan 4-H Club members did
I themselves proud at 4-H Week this
year, and they are already planning
[to attend this event again in 1955 and
to live up to their motto, “To Make
The Best Better.”
Masons Will Confer I
Third Degree Tonight'
W. M. Rhoades, master of Unanimi- j
ty Lodge, No. 7, A. F., & A. M., has
called an emergent communication of
the lodge for tonight (Thursday) at 8 |
o’clock in the Court House. The pur- I
pose of this special meeting is to con-,
I for the third degree upon a candidate
so that a full attendance is urged.
SECTION ONii- -.
Kindness in women, not their beau
teous looks, shall win my love.
IP & Q