Hospital Patients ]
Patients admitted to Chowan Hos
pital during the week November 1-7
were as follows: ■']
"^^Edenton —Mrs. Molly Bunch, Mrs.'
Bunch, Mrs. Agnes Brabble, Mrs.
Blanche Obcr, Mrs. Mary Wright,
Miss Patti Ann Habit and Horace
Creswell—Mrs. Viva Ange, Mrs. Me
rida Davenport, Mrs. Renia Sexton
and Joseph Furlough.
Hobbsville— Mrs. Eleanor Casper,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bright, Mrs. Pearl
Berryman and Miss Edla Hofler.
Hertford - Thomas Lane, Joseph
White, Jr,, and Mrs. Letitia Perry. j
Edenton—Lonnie Long, Fred Brown, ’
John Clifton Granby, Delores Roberts, j
Helen Austin. Andrew Wilson, Glori
ous Stallings, Sarah Cooper and Rosa f
Sunhury—Lillie Saunders. !
Hertford—James Riddick, George
White and Katie Lightfoot.
Windsor—Beulah Heckstall and Hel
Patients discharged from hospital
during the same week were:
Edenton—Mrs, Gray Goodwin, Lon- j
nie Bunch, Mrs. Molly Bunch, Mrs.!
Agnes Brabble, Mrs. Mary Wright and
Miss Patti Ann Habit.
Creswell—Mrs. Viva Ange, Mrs. Me
rida Davenport and Mrs. Renia Sex
Hobhsvill e— Mrs. Eleanor Casper,
Mrs. Elizabeth Bright and Miss Edla
Roper—Mrs. Marjorie Mack.
Belvidere—Miss Jacque Stallings.
Hertford—Mrs. Mary Tolle.
Edenton Lonnie Long, Delores
Roberts, Helen Austin, Andrew' Wil
son, Glorious Stallings and Sarah
Groucho Advises British Empire
Minister of Mirth, Groucho Marx, is seen looking up
Downing street He bears an important message for the
designers of tomorrow’s world events: “See the '55 De Soto
and your work is done; it’s already styled for tomorrow! *
See DeSoto at your DeSoto dealer’s November 17th.
■’ss DESOTO ON DISPLAY WED., NOV. 1Z | " ’
Attention Farmers! ]
Used Tractor Bargains
All of our USED TRACTORS are in very good mechanical condi
tion ... If you are in the market for a good used Tractor now is the 1,
time to take advantage of our special offer!
BELOW WE LIST A FEW OF OUR BARGAINS
3 —“ H” FARM ALLS with Cultivators and Middlebusters
1—“ B” FARMALL with Cultivators, Planters and Wood Saw
1—“ C” FARMALL with Cultivators
I—Super “C” FARMALL with Cultivators
1— JOHN DEERE “H” with Cultivators and Middlebusters
2 FERGUSON TO “20”
I—FORD-FERGUSON with Cultivators
Edenton Tractor & Implement Co, Inc
W. Water Street PHONE 461 Edenton, N. C.
I HertfordI—James 1 —James Riddick.
1 Windsor—Beulah Heckstall.
! Tyner—Maggie Riddick.
Births: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leonard
Tolle, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Char-,
, lie Ange, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
I Robert Lee Casper, a daughter; and
(Mr. and Mrs, James Thomas Brabble,)
Visiting ministers for the week of
November 8-14 are: White, the Rev. j
B, L. Raines; Negro, the Rev. S. N.
COLORED SCHOOL 1
I The Hornets of Edenton High i
! School lost a gruesome battle to the !
Elizabeth City eleven last Friday, No
jvemher 5, on Hicks Field.
I Calvin Nixon electrified the whole
j crowd in the second quarter wdth an I
’ 82-yard touchdown sprint,
j The inability to kick, maybe due to]
j.the wet field and ball kept the Hornets ■
.in the hole the entire first half.
The P. W. Moore Lions capitalized j
on the poor kicking of the Hornets and
received two points, after which they
j made a touchdown which gave them
the needed points to win the game. I
The Hornets will take on the Boau
jfort eleven today (Thursday) on Hicks
Field. This game is also a feature of
the annual Homecoming. i
MEASURED CORN YIELD
I Assistant County Agent R. S. Marsh
assisted B. E. Grant, Bertie County
Agent, measure the corn yield which
will be entered in the state com
growing contest. The corn was on the
farm of Mr. Bazemore and it was a
very good yield considering the aver
age corn yield this year.
Counselor Os Lions
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emphasized the importance of this
medium in advancing our economic,
social and religious security. “Edu
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENXIN, N. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1954.
| cation is the cornerstone of our nat-
I lonal life and well being,” said the
J “The three D’s as promulgated by Li
onism stand for desire, decision and de
termination,” said Beam. “We must 1
have the desire to make the decisions
' for our activities in furthering the j
i welfare of our communities and the I
full determination to push these
worthy projects to a successful con-
“The three F’s which for the most,
part influence our daily living are
fear, fellowship and faith”, continued;
the speaker. “Much of the sickness of j
today is diagnosed by the physicians '
as being directly traceable to fear— |
fear of insecurity, both economically:
“In the words of that great leader,
] the late Franklin D. Roosevelt, ‘we
i have nothing to fear, excent fear it
j self’.” continued the speaker, “We
! must have faith in our fellow-man and
practice the fine and noble precept of
j fellowship among ourselves as Lions
las well as With our neighbors. T know
'of no better civic medium which pro
jvidcs these opportunities than our
! Lions Clubs throughout the world,”
concluded Beam, who was introduced
bv Deputy District Governor Paul
1 A very enjoyable feature of the pro
gram was provided by J. C. Goodwin,
an attorney of Elizabeth City, who'
sang three numbers/ He was accom
panied at the electric organ bv Mrs
Madge Taylor, also of Elizabeth City.
Music on the organ hy Miss Agnes
Chappell during the course of the din
nr furnished another very enjoyable
touch to the occasion.
The program was arranged hy Zone
Chairman N. J, George, who served as
master of ceremonies.
President Earl G, Harrell expressed
appreciation of the club to the ladies
of the Eastern Star who served the
delicious meal, as well as to all who
contributed their services in making
the meeting such a successful one.
rhri«*i«qe Slpq) Slnlp
°iiota Set >+ $2,000
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gram throughout the district for
health education case finding, reha
bilitation and research. Eighty perl
cent of the money remains in the coun
tv, 94 per cent in the state where rais
ed and one per cent for research. She
also pointed out that the ’54 Christmas I
Seal portrays happy, healthv children \
holding hands around the Christmas’
■ tree and that the .seals can be used
jin many ways for disnlavs. “To buy
(seals is to buv health,” she said.
1 Mrs. Duke Cransey introduced Mrs
|O. T. Wynne, originally of New
• leans, who gave a reading .op the 50th
j anniversary of the Christmas Swi'
Sketches of seals of outstanding years
were shown and progress of the year
in fighting tuberculosis. 1
Mrs. W vnno pointed out that. 50
years ago tuberculosis war .the !■ ad ’
j ing cause, of death, killing, some 159, J
I 000 People a rear and that today it
ranks in sixth, td.aee. She also empha
sized the fact that the four basic 'ways
to attack the T.B, problem is, educa
tion. rehabilitation, case- finding and
11. L. Garrett, introduced the. guest
speaker of the evening. Dr. Merle D.
Bonner, superintendent and medical
director of Guilford Sanatorium.
Dr. Bonner said that tuberculosis
can be eradicated if found and isolat
ed and contact chest X-rayed frequent
ly. He said that tip until 1945 peo
ple with tuberculosis had very little
hope of complete recovery but since I
1945 new drugs had opened away ofl
• combatting the disease. He said tu-j
■ bereulosis had moved into the older I
groups and due to casefinding and ed- j
. ucation the young generation are not j
. infected as lias been in the past. He
] emphasized the fact that any case that
is active should lie in a santorium to
j prevent the spread of the germ,
i Pictures of chest X-ray: of . patient’s
‘ having TB who had been treated wore
shown and explained to the gioup, He j
explained how the Tuberculosis Asso-j
ciation had played an important part
BROKEN LIMBS TAKEN OUT
OR TREES TAKEN DOWN.
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First in sales of
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M the area where Esso
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Your sign of “Happy Motoring
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jin helping to control the disease. “If!
leases could he found early,” he said, j
l “they can be cured and out of the san
!atorium earlier.” After he completed
his talk, there were many questions i
asked pertaining to tuberculosis and'
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I All -i-jiir counties wore represented
at the meeting.
Mrs. Moore has announced that the
j 1954 Seal Sale wil begin Monday, No