Mt. Gilead Guests
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Poe of Mt. Gil
ead spent the week-end with Mrs.
Poe’s daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Medlin Belch.
In New York
West Byrum, Jr., and “Snooks”
Moore are spending a few days in
New York this week.
Rev. and Mrs. Prank Cale and son
of Culpepper, Va., spent the week-end
with Mr. Gale’s brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Bateman.
Move To Baltimore
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Wall left Sunday
for Baltimore, Md., where they will j
make their home. Mr. Wall has ae-.l
cepted a position as assistant matin-j
ger of the Western Auto Store there. j
Mr. and Mrs, Roger Haskett and ■
son of Portsmouth spent the week-end
with Mr. Haskett’s parents, Mayor,
and Mrs. Lerov Haskett.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Forehand, Jr.,
and (laugher of Murfreesboro spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Miss Billie Earle Russell of Nor
folk spent the week-end with her mo
ther, Mrs. Charles Russell.
Here From Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Will Warren of WiL|
son spent the week-end with Mrs. |
Warren’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Miss Patsy Taylor of Raleigh spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr. <
and Mrs. W. J, Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Harrell
of Lakeland. Fla., are visiting Mr.
Harrell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Visit In Jacksonville *
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Malone and 1
son spent the week-end in Jackson- 1
ville, N. C.
Here From Williamston
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson of ■
Williamston visited their son-in-law ;
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Visiting Sister '
Mrs. G. A. Helms is spending sever- i
a I days with her sister, Mrs. B. T.
Parker in Gates.
Visit In Snow Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Speight spent
Sunday with Mrs. Speight’s mother, '
Mrs. Dan Taylor in Snow Hill, N. C.
Fresh Dressed Fryers, lb 39c 1
(No Extra Charge to Cut Up) |
Fresh Meaty Spare Ribs, lb. -- —59 c
Fresh Pork Liver (sliced), lb 29c I
Small Lean Corned Shoulders, 1b.... 43c j
Boneless Beef Roasts, arm & rump, lb 69c |
Center Cut Pork Chops, lb._ - --73 c |
Lean Home-made Sausage Meat, lb 59c |
Fresh Country Eggs( large), doz —s9c I
Local Grown Snaps, 3 lbs —-39 c
| Fresh Turnips, 2 large bunches - -25 c |
I Red Delicious Apples, 5 lbs 37c I
:: Green Cabbage, 4 lbs -I9c 33
3 Fresh Mixed Salad and Collards, 3 lbs -25 c;;
;; Aerowax, pint can 27c |
3 3 Duz Soap Powder, large size 30c <>
Dreft Soap Powder, large size 30c I
3 Vel Soap Powder, large size 30c 3!
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I Sunday In Ahoskie
| Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holmes and
family spent Sunday in Ahoskie.
, Attend Football Game
Marvin Wilson, Chan Wilson, Stew
, art Holland and Archie Patterson at
tended the Carolina-State football
game at Chapel Hill Saturday.
Mrs. Byrum Improving
Friends of Mrs. Bertram Byrum will
be glad to learn that she is improv
ing. Mrs. Byrum is a patient at De
Paul Hospitaj in Norfolk.
Attend Football Game
Mr. and Mrs. John Burton Harri
son and son, Jimmie and Mrs. J. W.
j White spent the week-end in Rich
i mend with Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Isaacs
and attended the Wake Forest-VPI
[football game on Saturday. They
1 were joined by Mr. and Mrs. \V. A.
I Harrell of Washington. D. C., who al - j
■so attended the game. ; -
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| Visit At Mt. Gilead
Mrs. Elliott Reich and children,
spent the week-end at Mt. Gilead. N. j
C.. visiting relatives.
Mrs. T. R. Upchurch of Mt. Gilead..
N. C., is Spending this week as a
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Elliott
Art Liker of Joliet, 111., is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Pavlich.
Home On Furlough
1 Pete Dail of the U. S. Coast Guard,
Cape May, N. J.. arrived home Wed
nesday to spend a 10-day furlough
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James
Dail. after which he will be stationed
Sunday At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. John Pavlich and son,
Ferrell and Art Liker spent Sunday at
Mrs. W. B. McCabe and Mrs.
George Bond and son, Marvin of Nor
folk are spending a few days with
Mrs. E. W. Bond.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jenkins and
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jackson spent
Sundav At Nags Head.
o - -
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Dixon. Jr., have
returned home after spending a week
in Raligh and Fontana Dam.
Mrs. 11. M. Campbell and Mrs. |
Brinkley of Franklin, Va., and Mr*.
W. B. Walters of Whalevville, Va..|
were guests of Miss Blanche Leary
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON. N. ft '" T ’URSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1954.
Visits In Richmond
Miss Betsy Wood visited in Rich
mond over the week-end.
Monday In Suffolk
t Mr. and Mrs. William Stokely and
Mrs. Charlie Hughes spent Monday in
Honored At Coffee Hour
Mrs. W. G. Bond and Mrs. W. B.
, McCabe honored Mrs. E. W. Bond
Tuesday morning at 11 o’clock at a
coffee hour. Twenty-five guests were
1 ■ Visit Daughter
| Mr. and Mrs. M. Tobias of Norfolk
’spent Tuesday and Wednesday as
I guests of their daughter, Mrs. Horace
South Norfolk Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. James Dail of South
j Norfolk spent the week-end as guests
of Mrs. Dail-’s mother, Mrs. John Gar
In Naval Hospital
j Friends will be interested to know
[that Arthur Edwards, who has been
| ill, is a patient in the Naval Hospital
I in Portsmouth.
! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall returned
I home Monday night from Angola, In-1
' (liana, where their son. Ralph, Jr., has
' enrolled as an engineering student in
Visits In Portsmouth
Mrs. A. L. Hawkins spent a few
days last week in Portsmouth, Va.,
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. L. Ed
f Jr.-Sr H S. Menu )
The Edenton Junior-Senior High
School menus for the week beginning
October 4 are as follows:
Monday—Spaghetti and meat balls,
string beans, tossed salad, rolls, but
ter, milk, cookies.
Tuesday—Tuna salad on lettuce,
garden peas, glazed carrots, crackers, [
butter, milk, block cake.
Wednesday—Smoked sausage, but- ,
tered potatoes, apple sauce, carrot (
sticks, cornbread, butter, milk.
Thursday—Hamburger, baked pota
to, black eyed peas, home made rolls,
beets, butter, milk.
Friday—Chicken pie with com, can-:,
died yams, cranberry sauce, biscuit,
butter, milk, cookies.
ROTARIANS MEET TODAY
Edenton’s Rotary Club will meet to
day (Thursday) at 1 o’clock in the'
Parish House. The club has had two I
100 per cent meetings this month and
I President Gilliam Wood requests all
1 members to be present today.
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Shirley Faye Parks
Weds T.R. Hollowed
Ceremony Performed In
I Ballard’s Bridge Par
sonage Sept. 1
In a simple hut impressive cere-!
mony, Miss Shirley Faye Parks,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston 1
Parks of Tyner and Thomas R. Hoi-1
1 lowelL Jr„ son of Mr. and Mrs. Thom-1
as R. Hoi lb well, Sr., also of Tyner,
were united in marriage Wednesday.
September 1 at the Ballard’s Bridge
Baptist parsonage with the Rev. R. 1
W. Knight performing the double ring
The bride wore a two-piece suit
dress of ehampayne moire taffeta with
beige accessories and a corsage of vel-'
low roses. She was attended by Mrs.
Rita Chappell of Hobbsville, sister of i
Maynard Chappell of Hobbsville,
was best man for his brother-in-law. j
The ceremony was witnessed by a'
few close friends and relatives.
| Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Hollowell left for a wedding trip!
and upon their return will make their
home with the bridegroom’s parents
Mrs. Hollowell is a graduate of Cho
wan High School and is employed at
the Western Auto Associate Store in
Edenton. Mr. Hollowell was also a
graduate of Chowan High School and
is engaged in farming and fishing.
Chowan High Menu j
Menus at Chowan High School lunch
room for the week beginning October
4 are as follows:
Monday—Luncheon meat, cheese bis
cuit, apple, carrot, cabbage and raisin
salad, green beans, bread and butter,
fruit cup, milk.
Tuesday—Cheese and macaroni, but
tered com, boiled eggs, green peas,
cole slaw, bread and butter, peaches,
Wednesday Stew beef, candied
yams, tossed green salad, picklea
beets, biscuit, butter, spiced apples,
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Thursday—Roast beef and gravy,
mashed potatoes, pear salad, green
I peas, rolls and butter, peaches, milk.
Friday—Franks, butter beans, pine
! apple salad, scalloped tomatoes, brea/i ,
and butter, chocolate pudding, milk. ,
[ COMPLETES BASIC TRAINING ,
Rupert L. Williams, son of Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. Williams, 301 West Church
Street, has completed eight weeks of
[basic training at the Camp Gordon Re- ■
' placement Center.
During his basic training he re- '
| reived instruction in infantry tactics j*
land weapons, and other subjects de-j
'signed to prepare the individual fori
his military duties. Upon completion
of these eight weeks, the trainee is]
ready to continue infantry training or 1
to attend one of the Army’s many e
We Take Pleasure In Announcing
The Appointment of
MR. PHILIP H. QUIDLEY
* of the
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
October Ist 1954
Mr. Quidley cordially invites his many
friends to visit him and hopes to have the
pleasure of meeting many new ones.
DO COMPLETE SERVICE
specialist schools located throughout
Located at Camp Gordon, in addi
tion to the Replacement Training Cen* f
ter, are the Signal Corps Training
Center and the Provost Marshal' Gen
! CHANGE MEETING HOUR
Beginning next Monday night,
hour of meeting for Chowan Tribe offl
Red Men will be changed from
o’clock to 7:30. R. B. Hollowell, sa
chem of the tribe, urges members to
take note of the change in hour which
will be in effect during the winter
The selfish wish to govern is often
mistaken for a holy zeal in the cause
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