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.oans For Building
Are Now Available
to Eligible Farmers
nquiries Can Be Made
At FHA Office In
Building improvement loans are
vailable to eligible farmers in this
rea, E. P. Morgan, county Farmers
[ome Administration supervisor an
ounced this week.
The loans will be made to enable
ligible persons who own family-type
arms to improve, alter, repair, re
lare or relocate an essential building
r buildings on the farm including now
To be eligible an applicant must be
ho owner of a family-type farm
,-hich is without a decent, safe, and
anitary dwelling, or without other
arm buildings adequate for the suc
essful operation of the farm.
Building Improvement loans may be
%A(it set for
Arrange for AMAi
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you see? Your figure can look fashionable... ai
feel comfortable, in this pantie girdle by GOSSARD
of elastic net, with satin elastic front and
back panels. The leg bands are cut for
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for easier dressing. .
The Betty Shoppe
made for a period of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25,
or 40 years at 44/2 percent interest. The
probable debt-paying ability of the
borrower and the security interest of
the Government will be the principal
factors in determining the period of,
the loan. The amount of the loan will
iinot exceed the probable debt-paying,
| ability of the borrower or the fair and
reasonable value of the farm, less any
prior lien not to be refinanced, which
» ever is less. Although the farm must,
have adequate land resources and i
building facilities, after improvement,!
to quality as a family-type farm, onlyj
the buildings that are mutually agreed
, upon by the applicant and the County
Supervisor will be improved with the
’ proceeds of a Building Improvement
Applications and inquiries for all
loans will be made at the county of
fice of the Farmers Home Admini
• stration located over the Bus Station
’, in Hertford.
■ Mr. and Mrs. Selas Mellonas of
i High Point, announce the birth of a
1 7-pound son, Philip George, born
• Thursday, October 7. Mrs. Mellonas
• is the former Dox-othy Keeter.
■ TRY A HERALD CLASSIFIED AD
THE CHOWAN HERAT.n, EDENTON. N. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1954.
f White Oak School |
After a two-week harvest vacation,
. the first reporting period found pupils
iJand faculty at the White Oak Con
solidated School back at work Mon
day and making noticeable progress
on many interesting projects. Par-!
)ents along with teachers and pupils
| have pledged full cooperation in ef
forts to add new equipment to the |
'school. This is necessary in order to'
meet the State requirements for ac-|
, creditation. To that end, extensive)
preparations are being made for the
annual Halloween carnival on October)
29. Mrs. F. Parker and Mrs. R. H.j
Joyner are teacher sponsors of thisj
project with the whole school partici-)
Through W. J. Taylor, County Su-i
perintendent of Schools, J. W. Carruth
was a recent visitor at the school. Mr.
Carruth is a representative of the En
• cyclopedia Britannica Film Depart-,
ment. He gave very interesting demon
, strations on the use of instructional
, films. Mr. Taylor announces that many
new films are r/nv available for use
of the Chowan County school unit.
, An eye-catching display on the
: United Nations has been placed on
'the Bulletin Board in the main hall,
jto greet visitors and friends. It was 1
j prepared by the Bulletin Committee I
| with Mrs. A. C. Blair, chairman. Fire 1
] Prevention Week was observed
| throughout the week of October 4-8.
; Fire drills were conducted and special
programs given in each room.
The Third Grade with Mrs. J. C. B.
Gilliam, teacher, has made a fine be
! ginning in their study, “Community
Living Now and Long Ago.” They
are making a comparison of how man
has been able to secure his basic'
A peep in the fourth grade room
with Miss S. L. Price, a recent addi
tion to the faculty, and her pupils
will show them making a miniature
community. This class is working on
their unit, “Community Living Here
and Far Away.” Class officers are
John Henry Privott, president, and
Ercell Elliott, secretary. i
The fifth graders are making prog-]
ress on their “Study of the United
States”. Around the class room may
be seen a frieze and many pictures de-i
picting various phases of the develop-1
ment of our country. A citizenship!
i club has been formed and a dramatiza-j
tion, “The First Thanksgiving,” is be
ing worked out.
The sixth grade with Miss L. M.
Nixon, teacher, has made an impres
| sive beginning in their social study
unit, “How the Present Grew Out of
the Past”. The ,class is in the pro-
cess of building homes of the differ
ent countries through the ages. 1
The seventh grade, under C. L. Fay- 1
ton, conducted assembly exercises re- 1
cent. A play, “Columbus”, was given. 1
Clarine Boyce acted as class leader for
the occasion. 1
The eighth grade science class, .
taught by Principal W, H. Creecy, has .
,taken as a unit of study “Weather”.
.The pupils have made a study of facts
j relative to weather forecasting, equip- 1
ment found at weather bureau sta- l
tions, as well as the tabulation of j
j daily weather data. The class met i
with the homeroom teacher, R. R. t
Purnell, and elected the following of- '
jficers: Lee Costen, president; Hilda|
I Privott, secretary, and Edward Jones,
to Chowan County
By HATTIE SINGLETARY
Home Demonstration Agent
Plans have been completed for the
Home Demonstration Achievement
Day, Tuesday, October 26 at 2:00, P.
M., at the Chowan Community Build
■ Mrs. Vernon James, State Music
(Chairman, will be the guest speaker,
j Mrs. H. M. Phthisic, who recently
visited the United Nations, will talk
on “My Trip to the United Nations”.
A county report, “Home Demonstra
tion Gifts to You,” will be given by
a group of club members. Mrs. I. E.
Halsey, chairman of the County Coun
cil, will preside.
Following the program, refresh
ments will be served by the refresh
Every club member in Chowan
(County is invited and urged to at
tend this important County Federation
Miss Jo Earp, Extension nutrition
1 specialist, will conduct a frozen foods
i training school for foods and nutrition
(leaders on Friday, October 29. The,
: time and place of the meeting will be!
' announced next week.
! The husband’s supper is scheduled :
I; for Friday, November 12. at 7 P. M„ |
’ in the Ward’s Community Building.!
I Reginald Giegory has consented to be j
j the guest speaker.
1 Club members are urged to buy)
I their tickets before November Ist'
from their club president.
■! Various Chowan County women en
tered individual exhibits in the State
' Fair this week. Women entering ex
’ Mbits are as follows;
Mrs. J. 1. Byruni, canned foods; Mrs.
Carey Hollowell, canned foods; Mrs.
■ Carey Hollowell, preserved and pickled
I foods; Mrs, H. H. Lane, canned and
preserved foods: Mrs. T. O. Asbell,
. cut-work table cloth; Mrs. J. F. Per
ry, clothing and canned foods; Miss
Sara Margaret Harrell, eggs: Mrs. N.
K. Rowell, clothing, and Miss . Mary
Sue Elliott, clothing.
Tuesday, October 26, 2:00 P. M.—-
Home Demonstration Achievement
Day at the Chowan Community Build
Tuesday, October 26, 7:30 P. M.—
I Rocky Hock Home Demonstration Club
i will meet with Mrs, David Ober.
j Thursday, October 28, 7:30 P. M.-
! Oak Grove Home Demonstration Club
| will meet at the Oak Grove Comnuini
! ty Building.
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Friday, October 29 —Miss Jo Earp,
Food Specialist, will train Foods and
Nutrition Leaders to give the Novem
ber Demonstration, “Meals From the
“Safety Magic” Show
In Edenton School
(Continued from Page One)
hour. Actually there are enough
tricks in Sgt. Pike’s five trunks to
provide an all day program. He uses
more than SI,OOO worth of stage set
tings in presenting his show.
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