Chowan Designated |
Eligible To Apply Forj
Aid From Hurricane
Cigibility Is Determined
By FHA Committee
In County *
Chowan County has boon designat- !
P (t by Secretary of Agriculture Ezra 1
Taft Benson ns an area w here eligible
farmers can obtain emergency loans I
from the Farmers Home Administra
tion to repair damage caused by the
recent hurricane. Details of the emer
gency loan program were explained
bv K. F. Morgan, FHA County Super-j
visor today. “
Any established farm ow ner or farm]
operator in Chowan County whose.
crops, buildings, or other farm prop-j
ertvwere damaged by the hurricane, !
and who is unable to obtain from nth-1
lenders the credit needd to con- j
tinue normal operations may be eligi-j
bid for a loan.
Apnlieations nrr made at the conn-1
tv office of the Farmers Home Ad- j
ministration. The office for Chowan
County is located at Hertford.
Eligibility of applicant is determin- 1
ed bv the county committees of the
Farmers Home Administration, com-1
posed of men familiar with local con- j
ditions. The committeemen for Cho-.
wan County arc: James L. Hassell,;
Route 2; Emerson M. Ward, Joe A,
Webb, Jr.. Route 2.
Loans may be obtained for the pur
chase of feed, seed, fertilizer, replace
ment livestock and equipment, replace
ment or repair of buildings, and for
other essential farm and home operat
ing expenses. Loans may not he made
to nay existing debts, to compensate
annlicants for their losses, or to ex
The loans bear 3 per cent interest on
the unpaid principal, and are sched
uled for repayment over the minimum ;
period of time consistent with the bor
rower’s ability to repay. Ordinarily
loans secured by liens on chattel prop- ,
ertv are scheduled for repayment
within one to five years and loans for
repair or improvement of real estate I
are scheduled for repayment within |
one to ten years. However, amounts;
advanced for crop production purposes
are repayable when thf income from
the sale of the crons produced with
the loans is received.
Real estate security is always re
quired when advances are made pri-
Enarily for improvements to real es-
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Growth In N. C. 1
The following table shows the to
tal and per capita income payments
to individuals in North Carolina from
102!) through 1053:
Total income capita
Year (in millions) income
1929- $ 966 __s :)00
1930 812 255
1931 690 214
1932 576 176
1933-,, _ 677--_ 205
1934 845 253
1935 915—.. 270
1936 1,006 294
1937 1.077-.., 312
1938 _ 1,011 239
1939 , I opo 208
19io . i 1.21 216
1941. —1.436 . 396
1942 1,872 519
1943. . 2.270 627
1944 2,536-_—_.'..- 713
1945- : . 2,651—757
1946 3,012 808
1947 .. 3,223 860
1948.. 3,446 898
1949 —3.351 850
1950 3.880... 951
1952 4.383 1,049
1953 4,599 1,097
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4-H CLUB MEETS
The Rocky Hock 4-H Club held its
I regular meeting in the school auditor
ium Tuesday, November 2. The presi
dent called the meeting to order, with
jl9 present. One of the members, Car
roll Bass, asked to have his name
taken off the roll. Frances Ober read
i the Scripture and Henry Raines re
•peated a pnem. Afterward two girls,
Kathryn Tynch and Marjorie Tynch,
sang a song which was very much
enjoyed. Miss Clara Mason taught a
cute song and then showed some
slides of a boy who learned to lie
| trustworthy. The meeting was ad
journed to moot December 7.
J The County Commissioners met N T o-
I vember 1, 1951, with tile following
'Commissioners present: W. W. By
j ruin. Chairman, J. R. Peele, J. A.
I Webb, W. E. Bond. C, J. Hollowell.
| The minutes of the-previous meet-
I ing were read and approved and the
following bills ordered paid:
I Edenton Ice Co„ bill, $42 79: East
[ cm Office Equipment Co., bill, $21.76;
Town of Edenton, bill, $34.27; J. A.
lluneli. Sheriff, salary and bills,
$517.90; Norfolk & Carolina Telephone
!& Telegraph Co., bill, $6.15; W. D.
Holmes Wholesale Grocery Co., bill,
$18.25; Standard Cotton Goods Co.,
I bill, $55.48; Commercial Printing Co.,
j Hill for Register of Deeds office, $9.00;
i Commercial Printing Co., bill for Clerk
Superior Court office, $4.32; Kennan
& Corey Plumbing Co., bill, $4.25; [
Carolina Farm Equipment Dealers’
1 Association, bill, $4.00; Hughes-Park
er Hardware Co., bill, $20.68; Edwards
& Broughton Co., bill, $5.80; Owen G.
Dunn Co., bill, $7.21; State of N. C.
Department of Conservation and De
velopment, $127.60; J. B. Small, load
of wood for County Agent’s office,
$3.00; Norfolk & Carolina Telephone
& Telegraph Co , bill for J. B. Small’s
office, $4.55; Edenton lee Co., bill, j
$8.85; M. L. Bunch, services, $113.96;!
E. W. Spires, bills and salary, $280.34;
Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Tele
graph Co., Clerk Superior Court’s of
fice, $8.15; The Chowan Herald, bill,l
$212.40; Belk-Tyler Co., bill, $4.46;
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EDENTON WINDSOR WILLIAMSTON AHOSKIE AULANDER
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, N. C-, TBPRSDA) NOVEMBER 11, 1954.
Welfare Department, bill, $9.94; P &
Q Super Market, authorized by Wel
fare Department, $10.00; The Eastern
North Carolina Sanatorium, bill for
Lloyd Mooring, October 1 to Novem
ber 1, $17.43, and for Clayton Wynn,
for October 1 to November 1, $17.70
for a total of $35.13; M. G. Brown Co.,
bill, $6.88; Chowan Hospital, Inc., bill
for indigent patients, $225.00; Herman
White.” bill for care of prisoners,
$229.25; Chowan Hospital, Inc., oay
nittn* on account of Ida T. White,
$9.00; Miss Lizzie Jordan, general as
sistance for George Jordan, $15.00;
Wilford Goodwin, bill, groceries for
Mary Harris, $10.00; Herbert Small,
October rent. $50:00.; Carolyn C. Mc-
Mullen, travel for Welfare Depart
ment, $48.86; Mrs. Lais H. Ashley,
postage for Welfare Denartmont,
$10.00; Norfolk & Carolina Telephone
Telegraph .Co., October services for
'Vo!far ■ Department, $8.25; The Office
"Simply Store, supplies, $4,97; E. W.
Spires, bill, collecting delinquent taxes,
$71.18; J. N. I’rudon, bill for collect
ing delinquent taxes, $71.18; Hattie
Singletary, telephone bill. $10.50; C.
W. Overman, telephone bill, $15.05;
The Office Supply Store, for C. W.
Overman’s office, $16.00; Jimmie Lou
ise Bateman, labor, repaimg gutters
at jailer’s residence, $5.00; The Rank
of Eden’on, 4 per cent road, bridge
and culvert refunding coupons and
commission. $285.00; Edythe Nixon,
"alary as janitress at Court House, ,
$50.00; Nathan H. Yelton, Director -of
N. C. Public Employees’ Social Secur
ity Agency, $224.40; Federal Reserve
Bank of Richmond, federal income tax
withheld Chowan County employees,
$257.06; H. D. Hobbs, repairing Coun
ty Home property, $12.00; E. W.
Spires, Clerk Superior Court, County’s
: Ms of the remaining cost in Chowan,
.County vs. W. L. Miller et als, $98.46.-
1 On motion of J. A. Webb, seconded
by W. E. Bond and unanimously ear-1
Permanent Work With Good
Good Starting Salary
Vacation With Pay
Plospitalization and Insurance Included
FOR THE RIGHT PERSON!
The Betty Shoppe
EDENTON, X. C.
ried, the following taxes on 1 acre
Coke, in First Township, in name of
Mary Bembury, are relieved account
same also being listed in name of both
Mary Bemburv and John Y. Bembury
Estate: 1933 $2.00; 1935 $2,21; 1936
$2.38 and 1937 $2,60.
On motion duly carried, offer by
Coastal Office Equipment Co., to trade
a new Underwood Model 150 typewrit
er with 15 inch carriage for Clerk of
Court’s office at $192.50 less $72.50
allowance for old machine is approved.
On motion duly carried purchase of
desk for Clerk’s office from Walter B.
Jones at $195.00 loss $35.00 discount,
On motion of W. E. Bond seconded
hv ('. J. Hollowell that J. R. Peele be
authorized to give contract to Hobbs
Bros., to repair storm damage at
County Home property.
On motion of W. E. Bond seconded
hv J. R. Peele that the chairman be
authorized to contact a construction
company, to renovate property recent
ly purchased from T. C. Byrum.
j The following names were drawn toj
serve as jurors for December term of
j Elbert M. Nixon. Konneth Worrell,j
! Carlton W. Goodwin. J. T. Chappell.]
Cecil Harrell, Willie Evans. Frederick
Hi Griffin, C; C, Privott. T. -T. Jitck-1
son. V. G. Humphlett. David GborJ
T. L. Harrell, H. J. White, T. D. Ber
ryman. R. Glynn Lowe. L. W. Nixon I
1 Williams Frank Holmes, Wilbur:
T. Jordan, B. M. Hollowell, Jr., J. W.
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New vertical king-pin front suspension,
new parallel rear springs and new re
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cushion road shock so effectively you
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Forehand, Milton C. Copeland, Wince
White, Thomas Edward Francis, Los- 1
lie E. Blaiujiard, E. R. Wilson, T. E. I
Parker, Leslie Harrell, W. L. Bate- -
man, Percy G. Perry, G. Medlin Belch, I
Rodney L. Bass, I. It. Blanchard, K. J.
Copeland, Wallace J. Chappell, K. L. I
Nixon, L. I’. Chappell, Thomas B. 1
Wood, J. B. Byrum, Earl Goodwin, I
Rudy Parks, Jacob Spivey, G. Parker
Helms, J. M. Lane, E. C. Harrell. J.
A. Wiggins, Emberry Perry, Wesley
M. Chesson, Jr., Milton Earl Bunch, 1
On motion duly seconded that the
State Highway and Public Work !
Commission be requested to take nv< r
and maintain the road known as the
Obeli. Road in Third Township, dis-,
tance 1.9 miles.
The following reports were accept-1
ed and ordered filed; Sheriff; J. A.
Bunch; C. W. Overman, County Agent;
R. S. Marsh, Assistant County Agent;!
Hattie Singb-tary, Home Demonstra
tion Agent-; Clara Mason, Assistant
Home Agent; Chowan County Wel
fare Board; Treasurer; N. C. Depart-
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ment Public Welfare; J. B. Small,
- Negro County Agent; Onnie S. Charl-
I ton, Negro Horae Demonstration
I There .being no further business the
meeting was adjourned,
M L. BUNCH,
Clerk to Board.
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