Reception Held For
Teachers At Chowan
High School Tuesday
Principal Address Made
By R. H. Copeland,
Chowan High School PTA opened
its new year Tuesday night with a re
ception for the new teachers. A re
ceiving line* consisted of Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Copeland, the new principal and;
his wife, Mrs. Margaret Roundtree|
and Ralph Spainhour, was headed by !
the PTA president. Wilbur Privott and
Mrs. Privott, who introduced each pa- 1
tron to the new teachers. Many were:
present to extend a welcome hand to
the school faculty. j
Refreshments were served by the
Hospitality Committee headed hy Mrs.j
Cameron Boyce, who directed the re
An address by R. H. Copeland prc-j
ceded the reception. Mr. Copeland ex- !
pressed his delight in having the
privilege of serving as principal and
of being a member, of the community.
He commented favorably on the con
duct of the students, the condition of
buildings and the cooperation which
he has received from teachers, pa
trons and children. In his address.
Mr. Copeland stated firmly his ideas
on discipline, extra curricula partici
pation, school bus safety and many!
phases of child training and eduea-j
tion. He urged each parent to visit]
the school often and to come directly!
to him to talk over problems concern-j
ing the child, or the school.
The PTA will meet again on Tues
day night, October 12, in the high
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Patients admitted to, Chowan Hos-1
pita! during the week of September!
Edenton: Mrs. Dolly Marie Lane. !
George Dai!. Mrs. Janice Proctor, Mrs.j
Isabelle Byrum. James D. Harrell, j
Zeno Council and Mrs. Alice Church-:
Hertford: Mrs. Maxine Brown and
Mrs. I jessie Mae Amato, j
Hohhsville: Mrs. Mary Phillips. ' '
Belvidere: Mrs Ruby Chappell and,
Mrs. N'ovella Ward.
Creswoll: Seaton Davenport.
Winfall: T.inford Winslow.
Edenton-: Char,Blount, Mart': t
Ruth Carter and: Rosa Leo Vowel],
Merry Hill: Armeta Askew.
Windsor: Amanda Heckstall.
Roper: Vienia Blount.
Vorfolk: Ernest Lee White.
-I:urged from the hos
pital-during the sahib period were:
Edenton: - Master Roy-. Nixon, Mrs!
Dolly Marie I.nne. Mrs. Veil Byrum;
William Bass. G. B. Potter. Mrs, Jan
ice Proctors George Dai!, James D.
Harrell and Mrs,. Avis Xixon.
Creswoll: Mrs. Elizabeth Williams,
Hertford: Mrs. Maxine Brown and
Hohhsville: Mrs. Mary Phillips
Edenton: Erma Leo Granby. Mar
tha Ruth Carter. Rosa Lee Nowell,
John Perry and Charlie Blount.
Colerajn: Corine Holley.
Windsor: Amanda Heckstall.
Merry Hill: Armeta Askew.
Columbia: Dora Brickbouse,
Hertford: Elijah Earl Spence.
Mr. and Mrs, Calvin W. Brown, a
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. James Edward
Ward, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Lon
nie Richard-Lane.,,a son; the Rev. and
Mrs. Lee Phillips, a son; Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Amato, a son.
Visiting ministers for the week of
September 27-October 3, are: White,
the Rev. Lee A. Phillips; Negro, the
Rev. George V. Hollowell.
A Cordial Invitation
Your fellow-citizens, the parishners of St.
Ann’s Church, Edenton, extend to the general
public a sincere and warm welcome to a series
of lectures explaining their Catholic Faith.
OCTOBER 7 Christ is God!
“Thou art the Christ, the Son of the
Living God.” (matt. 16:16)
OCTOBER 14 Christ in the Church.
“The Church is His Body” (eph. 1:22)
OCTOBER 21 You live in Christ!
“This Life is in His Son.” (1 jn. 5:11)
OCTOBER 28 Christ in You!
“You are in Me, and I am in You.”
These lectures will take place in St. Ann’s
Church on North Broad Street on the Thurs
day evenings of October at 8 o’clock. A ques
tion period will follow the lecture. There will
be no collections.
■jChange In Hour Os
Catholic Church Mass
ll Beginning with this coming Sun-
I day, October 3, masses at St. Ann’s
Church will he as follows:
l 8:00 A. M., except the First Sun
day of the month, that mass might
be celebrated in Windsor.
9:15 A. M., at the Chapel, Marine
-ißase, Edenton every Sunday of the
11:00 A. M., every Sunday of the
I On Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Los this week there will take place in
j the church at 8 in the evening special
services in preparation for the feast of
St. Theresa. The services will eon-
I j sist of prayers, a sermon, and bene
diction of the Most Blessed Secra
ment. The sermons will be delivered
• in turn by Fathers Keenan, Richard-
Json and Smith.
Philip H. Quidley New
Western Auto Manager,
Mrs. Irene Dunbar, owner of the
j local Western Auto Store announces
j that Philip H. Quidley has been em
ployed as manager, effective October
1. Mr. Quidley succeeds A1 Wall, who
has returned to Baltimore.
ADVANCE t-H CLUB MEETS
On Monday of last week the Ad
-1 vance Local 4-H Club held its regular |
meeting at the home of Carlton. Ron
ald and Jack Perry, with 11 members
present. All were thrilled because
[they won second prize for their booth
| entered in the Chowan Fair,
j The club voted to make a scrapbook
Ito keep a record of all club activities.
Robert Marsh, assistant county]
l agent, encouraged all the boys to
study hard in school so that they
could make a B average if they want
ed to enter the State 4-H tobacco
j judging team.
Mr. Marsh checked everyone’s rec
ord hook to see if they were up-to
date. after which the meeting ad-j
joumed by repeating the 4-H Club l
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Phone 291-J-l. Day phone 788.
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON. N. C., THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1954.
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