BPW Club Plans For
Busy Year Os Work
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is about completed. More money is
needed' for the work, she said, and
members will have to get busy to raise
The club voted to sponsor, along;
with the Woman’s Club and Ja-ycees, 1
three projects including, an Aunt Je-i
M mima pancake breakfast and supper (
W to be held October 9, at which timei
Aunt Jemima will be here in person; a[
1954 Follies, sometime in November; |
and a Calendar Sale, on which will be,
a picture of Penelope Barker House.
Tickets for the pancake breakfast andi
supper are now on sale and may be
purchased from any member of the
three sponsoring clubs. The tickets
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BRANDS YOU TRUST!
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SHOP AT C.S yes ( for fifty-three years Colonial has operated on the policy of ’• 'jjmmfr'j
highest quality at the lowest price to moke this slogan true .... so come on and join \ •
the thrifty crowds going to Colonial's history-making, record-breaking 53rd anniversary |s|pg| 552^551
sale. You will find sensational values in every department—groceries, meats, produce COLONIAL STORES I
.... all at tremendous savings. Hurry on down to your friendly Colonial Store and M & fik ja '•' ~~~
share in the savings. Shop Colonial and see for yourself—YOUß TOTAL FOOD BILL J • ■■■ 13
IS LESS WHEN YOU SHOP AT C.S. W. • MRfPWMI,
SELECTED RED RIPE SLICING- . M
peaches 2» \M
SOUP 333 HH|M.
CORNED BEEF ~4S \ I»MHC /
KEN L RATION 4 ■ 57i V ■■W V
NATO ft-TENDER U.SjCHO ICE FULL CUT 30N ■■■
GROUND STEAKS 79
wmtm APPLESLB# 39
LETTUCE 2 254
natur-tender u.s.choice porterhouse club or _
9f T-BONE STEAKS “934
iULIECARROTS 2 isZ*
ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY
_ NIGHT, OCTOBER 2. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT \ f||f
were again donatea by the Bishop
Those planning to attend the Ice
Capades in Raleigh, November 2, were
asked to let Mrs. Emma Perkins know
and she will make reservations. An
nouncement was made of a New York
Tour in the making, and members who
are interested in taking the trip may
I secure additional information from
; Miss Inez Felton.
' Mrs. Lena Leary, representing the
iclub at a meeting of all civic organi
sations, reported that plans were dis
i cussed as to the possibility of purchas
ing an activity bus for the white city
j schools. All school children will be
, privileged to use the bus, she said.
Each member was asked to find some
imeans of raising $lO to go toward
the $4,000 needed to purchase the bus.
Members interested in taking the
Red Cross course, which will be un
THE CHOWAN HERALD. BDENTQN, N, C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,
der the supervision of the superinten
dent at Chowan Hospital, were asked
to contact Mrs. George Hoskins.
The president thanked the members
who helped with the pop com stand
at the County Fair. A total of $l5O
was realized from the sale, it was re
Louise Coke Chosen
Woman Os Year
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showed up at her home on West King
Street she graciously consented to an
swer a few questions.
Miss Coke stated that although she
wanted to retire, she had missed being
lin the public. “1 have missed my
i friends very much, both white and
.' colored,” she declared. “Even my col
ored friends tell me how much they
miss seeing me at the town office
when they go in to pay their light and
This lovable lady is a flower lover.
She has quite a few of them and, al
though she has someone to tend the
flowers, she said she likes to walk H 1
the yard and admire them. For oth
er recreation Miss Louise said she
likes to read, likes to visit, and loves
to have her friends call on her.
Children’s Pictures To
Be Taken October 7th
(Continued From Page One)
i covers the Eastern States only. Beau
ty alone does not count . . . the studio
judges will base their selections uponi
! the personality and charm as portray-;
ed in the pictures. Every child and
family group is eligible.
It often seems to parents that chil
dren are little one minute and are
! grown up the next, so fast does a
| child’s growing stage pass. Here is a
splendid opportunity to catch a like
ness of your child or children at the
present stage for the pleasure you will
get out of it in future years and for
the pleasure you will enjoy in seeing
it in print. You will want to clip it
from this, your home town newspaper,
and preserve it for the youngster
when he or she grows up.
There is absolutely no charge or ob
ligation for taking the pictures. Par- .
ents don’t even have to be a subscrib- j
er to The Herald nor even a reader.
You do not have to purchase pictures
either, though you may obtain addi
tional prints by arranging direct with
[the studio representative if you want
' them. That is entirely up to you.
Having qualified as Executor of the
estate of Ida Rebecca Jordan Ward,
deceased, late of Chowan County,
North Carolina, this is to notify all
persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Tyner, North
Carolina, on or before the Ist day of
September, 1955, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This September 1, 1954.
LUCIUS T. CHAPPELL,
Executor of Ida Rebecca
Jordan Ward Estate.
W. A. Hollowell, Attorney.