Jr.-Sr. H. S. Menu
Menus at the Edenton Junior-Senior
High School lunch room for the week
beginning October 11 are:
Monday Ham salad sandwiches,
succotash, celery and carrot strips,
bread, butter, milk, chocolate block
Tuesday—Hamburgers with gravy,
buttered potatoes, pineapple salad,
bread, butter, milk and cookies.
Wednesday Chopped wieners in
W pork and beans, turnip greens, French
fries, bread, butter, milk, peaches.
Thursday—Sliced bologna, tomato
and lettuce salad, lima beans, home
made rolls, butter, milk, cookies.
Friday—Chicken pot pie, stewed
com, string beans, cranberry sauce,
combread, butter, milk.
TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
Edenton’s Town Council will hold its
October meeting in the Municipal
Building Tuesday night at 8 o’clock. '
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Rider’s Lane Added
To Highway System
Maurice Bunch, clerk to the County i
Commissioners has been advised that
the State Highway and Public Works ]
Commission at its September meeting
approved the addition of Rider’s Lane ■
to the county highway system. ,
The road is approximately one-third <
of a mile long from a point on U. S.
17 where U. S. 17 intersects the city ]
limits. This particular road has caus- ;
ed a great deal of trouble in recent
years aiM was widened when the Town i
of Edenton, Blades Lumber Company 1
1 and Coastland Oil Company purchas
ed a strip of land from Dr. L. A.
Chowan High Menu 1
Menus at the Chowan High School :
lunch room for the week beginning i
'October 11 are: : 1
Tim! CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1954.
Monday—Macaroni and cheese, dev
iled eggs, cole slaw, buttered com,
butter, bread, milk, fruit cup.
Tuesday—Luncheon meat, pimento [
cheese sandwich, green tossed salad,
buttered potatoes, butter, bread, milk,
Wednesday—Meat loaf and gravy,
mashed potatoes, green beans, sliced
tomatoes, rolls, butter, jmilk, block
Thursday—Chicken pan pie, green
peas, pear salad, rolls, butter, milk,
jello with fruit.
Friday—Baked beans, apple, raisin,
cabbage salad, carrot sticks, butter,
bread, milk, peach up-side-down cake.
MASONS MEET TONIGHT
Unanimity Lodge, No. 7, A. F., &'
A. M., will hold its first stated com-|
munication in its new temple tonight |
(Thursday) at 8 o’clock. W. M.
Rhoades, master of the lodge, urges a|
full attendance and extends a cordial •
| invitation to visiting Masons to at
PROMOTED IN JAPAN |
Marine Cpl. John P. Sawyer, son I
|of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Sawyer of
' i Route 2, Edenton, and husband of the
1 former Miss Thelma M. Copeland of
1 Portsmouth, Va., was meritoriously
promoted to his present rank at for
mal ceremonies held September 8 by
! the 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, 3ijd,
Marine Division at Camp Nara, Ja
Chowanoke Council, No. 54, Degree
of Pocahontas, will meet in the Red
Men hall Friday night at 8 o’clock.
iMrs. Haywood Phthisic, Pocahontas,
'urges all members to attend.
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| SUNBEAMS MEET SUNDAY i
j The Sunbeams oi the Edenton nap- .
. tist Church will meet Sunday morning
Attractive Three Bedroom
Lennox Hot Air Heait—Modern Conveniences
Call or See
R. Elton Forehand, Jr.
PHONE 607 * EDENTON, N. C.
during the 11 o’clock worship service.
All members are urged to attend and
new members invited.