Clarence Yengst of New Cumber
land, Pa., spent the latter part of last
week visiting friends in Edenton, com
ing here primarily to attend the an
nual Masonic banquet Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Yengst lived in Eden
ton several years when Mr. Yengst
was employed at the Edenton Marine
Corps Air Station.
Visit In Richmond
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harrison and
son Jimmy spent the week-end in
Richmond with Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Isaacs and attended the Wake Forest-
Richmond football game.
Mr. and Mrs; David Holton and
family of Raleigh spent the week-end
Guest of Mother
Bon Browning of State Colelge, Ra
leigh, spent, the week-end with his
mother. Mrs. Mary 1,. Browning.
John A. Holmes, Sr , visited his mo
ther in Burlington and attended the
UNC-USC football game in Chapel
Hill this' week-end.
Attend District Meeting
Mrs. Edward Speight. Mrs. Jesse
Harrell and Mrs. Cecil Fry attended.
the district meeting of the Wesleyan
Service Guild Sunday at the First ,
Methodist Church in Elizabeth City.
Miss Margaret Ann Mansfield had
as her week-end guest Miss Evelyn
Halt of Richmond, Va. ,
Saturday In Norfolk
Mrs. Raymond Mansfield, Miss Mar- •
caret Ann Mansfield and MiSs Evelyn ,
Hall spent Saturday in Norfolk, Va.
Attend Football Game
Philip McMullan, R. F. Elliott, Sr„
and A1 Phillips attended the Duke-
Navy game in Norfolk Saturday.
Attend Football Game
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leary and
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones attended
the Duke-Navy football game in Nor
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Balaton visited j
Mrs. George Smith over the week- )
Visit In Scotland Neck
Mr, and Mrs. Paul Partin visited ] ’
relatives in Scotland Neck Sunday. '
Visit In Portsmouth
Mr. and Mrs. Havwood Bunch and ,
family visited in Portsmouth, Va.,' j
Mr. and Mrs. T F Harrell of Pe-
‘ershurg. spent the week-end with Mr. .
and Mrs. Leslie Harrell.
Miss Judy Riley spent several days - r
* week visiting her grandparents in '
Willinmston. Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest ■
Ward joined her for .the week-end.
Albot Holmes, Jr., spent the week -
■ id iti Ed "'*.,., y ;, b r-l itives.
Mi s Ja'rkb Wallace spent.the Week- ( <
■nd with '■ ■■ parents, Mr. and Mis
Pud Wallace, t
Mr. eel M•es, H ■tor I ■-■;<• had as '
fh'eir week d. .guests iheir daughter. 1
Me - Sli I ■■ tor ni'.l Mi s i eEMon 1
Jordan. a* \V(T\f.
Mr- .1 !•'■ nk White J-, vi it,-! *.
relatives j n Kdenton this we '. pel. j*
Guest of Parents '
Join l I Forehand, J ■ r »•«,„.
ville sne.nt--the week-end with his oar r
ents, M". and Mrs .1 I Forehand.
I eave for South Carolina
Mr. * 1 Mrc A C Turheville and r
son left Tuesday to make their home ’
in Columbia S. C.
Visits Parents '
■ Robert ..Francis'- spent the week - end ..
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Louis '
Week-end Guest t
Mrs I e-on* K Hirer ton of Gobl-hm-. i
speh* the "■ fV-.-nd with’her. parents
Mr. rud Mrs. James Boyce,
: M and Mrs James Dad’of. South U
Norfolk s'. ")t the week’ end as.guests ,
of Mrs P mother. Mrs, John Gar
Giiest of Parents i
Al>en I '. ■ 1 ''■■■•b.. of Raadoliei'
.Macon C r i ■■ ■ s 1 '.ont the week-end ■
vith h : • M id Mrs. At B:
George Ia ok sen of Ply ein,' ■ 11’ inj ; i
the w—k- end with ill is grandpa rents •
Mr. and Mrs. ,J. 1,. Forehand. '
fpLAN TO ATTEND THeI
ST PAUL'S PARISH HOUSE . . . TUESDAY NOV. 16th
Many Items Suitable for
Christmas Gifts on Display
Homemade Cakes . . . Pies . . . Candy . . . Preserves
and Pickles on Sale!
ALSO Variety of Plants and Shrubs.
Have Your Lunch There While Shopping!
Dinner Will Also be Served Beginning at 6:30
Tickets for Turkey Dinner May be Bought
from Members of St. Paul’s Auxiliary
Guest of Mother
■- Miss Mary Elliott of Suffolk spent
t the week-end with her mother, Mrs.
- T. W. Elliott.
Miss Jackie Polk of Plymouth spent
- the week-end with Miss Peggy Dale,
t Visiting Parents
e' Stanford Spruill, connected with the
j33Both Air Police Squadron at Kees
■ lor Air Force Base in Mississippi, is
1 spending a 15-day leave with his par
i cuts, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Spruill. He
1 will return to duty Thursday of next
I John Lee Spruill visited his .sister
[ in Norfolk, Va., this week-end.
i Visits Mother
i William Leary of Roanoke Rapids
•spent the week-end with his mother, |
. j Mrs. Dick I.eary.
s I Visits Parents
Miss Charlotte Bunch of Tarboro
j sp»ut the week-end with her parents,
. Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Bunch.
Lt. Aubrey Harrell and Lt. Ned
[ Granger of. Aberdeen Proving Grounds
tat Aberdeen, Maryland, wore the
' week-end guests of Lt. Harrell’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Harrell. (
Returns Home i
Miss Jessie McMullan returned Mon- !
I day from a visit with friends at Alios,- I
Tuesday In Norfolk
Mrs. J. N. Pruden. Jr.. Mrs. George
Mack and Miss Margaret Pruden
i spent Tuesday in Norfolk. Va,
On 15-Day Leave
I Staff Sert. and Mrs. John M. Wright
j and daughter are spending a 15-day
heave with Sgt. Wright’s parents. Mr.
(and Mrs. John R. Wright. Sgt. Wright
is stationed at Keesler Field in Mis
sissippi and will return Thursday of
Fxtra Money Allowed
For Teaching Children
Os Marines In Schools
Congressman Herbert Bonner late
|last week informed The Herald that
■ according to S. M. Brownell, Commis
i sioner of Education. Department of
! Health. Education and Welfare. Wash
ington. D. C., the project NC-54-E-502,
| applied for by the Edenton Public
Schools, has been certified.
The project calls for additional
funds iti connection with teaching chil
dren of Marines stationed in Edenton.
There are in the neighborhood of 100
children of Marines in the Edenton
--■bools, and the prefects allows 82. i
'592:81 to help cover the additional e\- |
Tprkev ®V>nots Panned
Rv Fdenfon Jaycees
S; ■•■. •■■ ,i bv the Edenton .Tunior
Chatuhcr of Commerce, three turkey
boots ar, scheduled, to ho h Id prior
Both affairs will he held at E. 1..
Ward’s farm on Route 32. one mile
fr ■• Edonti the first taking place
Eriiiav night. November 10. beginning
-.t..7 o'clock. The second shoot will he
belli Saturday afternoon. November
20, from 2:30 to 5 o’clock, and the
*b• »•! will. be.held Saturday night. No
vember 20, beginning at 7 o'clock.
Those participating may bring their
own guns, or guns will he furnished.
Proceeds derived from the. turkey
shoots Will go toward the Javcee nn
riiial Christmas party for underprivi
' •gi’d children.
Truck Domaires Side
Considerable damage was.done, to
the Triangle Restaurant Saturday
morning when a pickup truck driven
bv Horn-e Copeland. 74, of the Cross
Roads Community crashed into the
side of the building. The avail was ]
badly damaged as well as cabinets in
side the restaurant.
'•■Fortunately.nobody was at that side
of the building at the time of the.aed
Mr Copeland., a victim of diabetes,
claimed lie blacked out when he cross
'd; th railroad track:. He was seri- '
.mi Jv injured in the crash arid was !
rushed to Chowan Hospital, where lie !
is still a nation?.
The.ei tire si 1. .j the Triangle had i
to he rebuilt.
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N. C„ THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1964.
Chowan PTA Plans
To Stage Talent Show
Friday, November 19
t The Parent-Teacher Association of
. Chowan High School will sponsor a
talent show on Friday night, Novem
ber 19, at 8 o’clock. ,
: A variety of talent from several'
schools and communities will appear
on the program. The public is cordial
- ly invited to attend ar.d the commit
■ tee in charge feels they can assure an
i evening of unusual and delightful en
■ There will be a small admission
: charged and the proceeds will go to
ward helping to finance the baseball,
(Continued from Page One)
I . i
Edenton Jaycees will hold a i
Thanksgiving dance at the Eden
ton armory Wednesday night,
November 24, from 9 P. M. until
1 A. M.
The Junior Class of the Eden
ton Junior-Senior High School
will hold a cake sale at the school
Friday morning, November 19,
1 starting at 10:15 o’clock.
I Chowan High School PTA will
meet in the school auditorium
Tuesday night, November 16, at
The Women’s Society of Chris
tian Service of the Methodist
Church will meet Wednesday l
night, November 17, at 7:30
o'clock at the church.
National Book Week is being
observed this week by the Shep
ard-Pruden Memorial Library. t
Wesleyan Service Guild of the \
Methodist Church will meet Tues- r
day night, November 16, at the g
home of Mrs. Erwin Griffin in f
Westover Heights. v
Three turkey shoots scheduled
by Edenton Jaycees for Friday i<
night, November 19, beginning at ii
7 o’clock: Saturday afternoon, 'h
November 20, from 2:30 until 5 ii
o’clock, and Saturday night. No- fi
vember 20, beginning at 7 o’clock.
The shoots will be held at the
E. L. Ward farm.
Methodist ladies plan to hold a
bazaar in the educational building
the first week in December.
Teenage Club w ill observe open
house Saturday night. November
13. from 8 to 11 o’clock.
American Legion \uxiliary will
meet Tuesday night, November 16,
at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
J. E. Cozzens.
Series of Bible lectures in the
Edenton Presbyterian Church
Monday through Friday of next
Edenton Business and Profes
sional Women’s Club will meet
Thursday night, November 18. at
7:30 o'clock at the Triangle Res
Sunbeams of the Baptist Church
will meet Sunday morning at 11
o'clock at the church.
PTA of Chowan High School
will sponsor a talent show in the
school auditorium Friday night,
November HI, at 8 o’clock.
Edenton Chapter, No. 302. Or
der of the Eastern Star, w ill meet
Monday night. November 15, at 8
o'clock in the Masonic Temple.
Chowanoke Council, No. 51, De- '
gree of Pocahontas, w ill meet Fri- i
day night. November 12, at 8
o'clock in the Red Men hall. i
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Edenton Lions Club will meet
Monday night at 7 o’clock.
Edenton Rotary Club meets
this (Thursday) afternoon at 1
o’clock in the Parish House.
Fall term of Chowan Superior
Court will convene Monday morn
ing. November 29. at 10 o’clock.
Edward G. Bond Post, No. 40,
I of the American Legion will stage
a free ham and egg supper and
dance in the Legion hut tonight
(Thursday) at 7 o’clock.
American Education Week be
ing observed in Edenton schools
Varsity Club sponsoring fruit '
cake sale this week to raise funds '
for school activities bus.
J Edenton USO Club plans to ob
-1 serve Pal Dav Thursday, Novem- '
I her 18.
i Annual bazaar of St. Paul’s
I Episcopal Church will be held in s
the Parish House Tuesday, No
i vember 16, from 10 A. M., to 5 1
Home Demonstration Clubs’ 1
husband supper Friday night. No- i
vember 12. at 7 o’clock in the ‘
Wards Community Building. (
VFW Post meets in VFW home s
Tuesday night of next week. 1
Chowan Tribe, No. 12, 1.0.R.M., r
meets Monday night at 7:30 i
o’clock. • j
Fund raising drive for the
Edenton swimming pool still in !
VFW Post home open every j j
Friday and Saturday night for
members and guests.
Edenton BPW CJuh |
Will Meet Nov. 18th
Mrs. Adelaide Chesson. president of
the Edenton Business and Professional
Women’s Club, announces that the
regular monthly meeting of the or
ganization will be held at the Triangle
Restaurant on Thursday night. No
vember 18, beginning at 7:30 o’clock.
Mrs. Annie Mills, chairman of leg
islation, and her committee are mak
ing plans for an interesting program.
Members are asked to note the charge
in the time of meeting and to have a
by Dcloris .•
Sizes SO to 34
A And AA ci ps
JACK and JILL
119 People Attend t
Principal Address For
Occasion Made By Ed
Two hundred twenty-nine Masons,
their wives and guests gathered in
the dining room of the Masonic Tern- ,
pie Thursday night to observe the an- •
nual banquet of Unanimity Lodge, No. j
7, A. F., & A. M., when a turkey din- ]
ner was served by memhers of the
C. W. Overman led the group in
singing a group of Rotary songs and
A. E. Denton of Norfolk provided ,
music on the electric organ.
With Ernest Ivehayes as toastmaster
he called upon W. A. Harrell for the 1
invocation and after the meal William
S. Privott made the address of wel
come. Mrs. R. E. Leary made the re
sponse, after which officers of the 1
lodge were recognized, as were a 1
number who took the most active part 1
in the work of building the new tem- j
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Ed. F. Hill, Truss Specialist
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HERNIA and RUPTURE
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See Mr. Hill at THE JOSEPH HEWES HOTEL
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(Just Ask at the Desk for Mr. Hill)
Now Cotton Fashions by
with permanently pleated
Good Housekeeping, December
l An extraordinary cotton that washes
tfi' ..*)J and dries quickly, holds the pleats
permanently without the touch
of an iron, resists creases and soil.
JACK and IU
| H. A. Campen introduced Edmund
Harding, who made the address for
!the occasion. Mr. Harding’s subjest
was “Where Do We Go From Here”
and, as usual, interspersed his remarks
with many witticisms, which kept his
audience in a fit of laughter through
Before Mr. Harding spoke a num
ber of prizes were awarded women> A
LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING
The American Legion Auxiliary will
meet Tuesday night, November 16, at
8 o’clock at the home of the president,
Mrs. J. E. Cozzens. All members are
urged to attend this meeting and
bring gifts for the veterans hospital
Mrs. Edythe Backus Nixon, Mrs.
Johnnie Bell Sessoms and Miss Marie
White recently attended the National
Foundation of Trichology Science in
GUILD MEETS TUESDAY
The Wesleyan Service Guild of the
Methodist Church will meet Tuesday,
November 16, at the home of Mrs. Er
win C. Griffin in Westover Heights.
All members are urged to attend.