Revival Will Begin In Methodist
t Church Sunday Night, March 9
The Rev. Earl Richardson, pas-|
> tor of the Edenton Methodist j
'• Church, has announced that re- j
‘ vival services will begin in the
' * church next Sunday night, be-,
ginning at 7:30 o’clock. The re-J
vival will continue through Fri-1
day, March 14. Services will bej
held each night at 7:30- o’clock;
and each morning, Monday)
through Friday at 10:15 o’clock.
The evangelist for the revival!
will be the Rev. George W. Ports,!
Sr., pastor of the Decatur Street
Methodist Church of Richmond,
Mr. Ports studied for two years
at the Moody Bible Institute in
Chicago. He is a graduate of
Western Maryland College, and j
the former Westminister Theo-1
logical Seminary. Recently this j
institution, under the new name
of Wesley Seminary, was moved
from Westminister, Maryland, to
become a part of Methodism’s
American University in Washing
ton. D. C.
Mr. Ports served as pastor of j
the Park View Methodist Church.
Lynchburg, Va., for sixteen years |
following his seminary training.;
Other pastorates have been Grace |
Methodist Church, Newp pr t
t 1 rr-
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FOR RENT FURNISHED
duplex apartment. Three rooms j
and bath. Available April 15.
Apply 1025 N. Broad Street.
Phone 3786. ts
MALE HELP WANTED DO
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permanent business of your
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Rawleigh’s, Dept. NCB-310-
565-A, Richmond, Va.
FOR RENT—UPSTAIRS APART -
ment, three rooms and bath,
196 E. Queen Street. Apply to
215 E. Eden Street after 5 P. M.
LUZIER’S COSMETICS NOW
available in Edenton. Mrs.
Edward E. Smith, phone 3447,
120 Morris Circle.
LOST WOMAN’S RED WAL
let between Tot & Teens Store
and Dr. Hardin’s office. Iden
tification papers in wallet with
Mrs, Joseph Dooley’s name. Re
ward. Phone 2074. Mar6.l3p
FOR RENT—TWO AND THREE
bedroom apartments. Twiddy
Insurance & Real Estate, Inc.
103 E. King Street. Phone 2163.
FOR SALE HAMPSHIRE
Gilts with pigs; two registered
Boars at $50.00 each. Also one
mare mule. J. L. Evans, /Route
one, Edenton. Feb27,Mar6c
FOR SALE OR RENT—UNFUR
nished 6-room house. Garage
and utility room. Located 2
miles from Edenton. School
bus passes by house. Apply L.
E. Francis, Edenton. Phone
FOR SALE REGISTERED
Hampshire-bred gilts, $75 each;!
due to farrow Feb. 7-20. Alsoj
boars, SSO each and one marej
mule weighing about 1,3001
pounds, SIOO. Lloyd Evans.
Route 1, Hertford, N. C.
LADIES FOR YOUR UPHOL
stery needs let Autry’s Uphol
stery on the Windsor-Edenton
Highway just outside of Eden-)
ton, pick up and deliver free.j
We specialize in retying springs
and have a wide selection of
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of All Kind
T’ • I
Fred C. Gardner Co.
CJmioiw N. C,
- - '
MAN WANTED—SISO.OO weekly
earnings and higher possible in
your own business. For man
over 25 and under 60 of good
character and credit reputation
we provide all--needs except
$40.00 yearly Bonding fee. Will
need car or light truck. Com
pany Nationally Advertised.
Write today to The J. R. Wat
kins Co., P. O. Box 5071, Rich
mond, Va. Mar0,13,20c
[News; St. Paul’s Methodist
I Church, Christianburg, Va.; Cen
' tral Methodist Church, Ports
' mouth; and the Decatur Street
I Church, where he now serves.
| In addition to these pastoral du
; ties, Mr. Ports, under appoint
j ment of Bishop W. W. Peele, held
! the position of Conference Evan
j gelist for the Virginia Conference
I of the Methodist Church for three
i The Edenton Methodist Church
extends a cordial invitation to the
people of the Edenton communi
ty to be present for the revival
services next week.
TWO CHIMNEY FIRES
Edenton firemen were called
i cut two times Tuesday, both
i alarms being caused by chimney
lires. About 11:30 Tuesday
morning they were called to a
house on North Granville Street
and about 6:30 Tuesday night to
a house on West Albemarle
Street. No damage resulted.
FIDELIS CLUB MEETS
The regular business meeting
I of the Fidelis Staff NCO Wives’
| Club was held Tuesday night,
March 4, at 8 o’clock. The meet
HELP WANTED—WANTED AT
once! Rawleigh Dealer in Cho
wan County. Write Rawleigh’s,
Dept. NCC-310-R, Richmond,
PICTURE FRAMING—FOR THE
best in custom picture framing,
see John R. Lewis at the Eden- j
ton Furniture Company. Com
plete line of moulding to choose
FOR SALE 1956 TWO-BED
room 35-foot house trailer. Ex
cellent condition. Will sell
equity of over $2,800 for $395.
Call 3482 Edenton for details.
EDENTON. N. C.
ALL BRIGHT DRESSED LUM
BER. SHEATHING, 2x4's, 2x6's,
2xlo's LONG LENGTHS.
Lap-Siding per M $40.00
Good Pine Floorinq per M $30.00
Windows—complete, each $3.00
After 6:00 P. M.
WESTERN AUTO STORE* Re
pair all types of washing ma-1
chines, outboard motors and j
power mowers. tfc |
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING
machines. New and used.
Edenton Office Supply, 102 E. j
Water Street. tfc
Wheel Type and Crawler
Backhoes, Dozers. Trenchers
Crawler Tractors With
Loaders, Landscaping Rakes
—See or Call—
Edenton, N. C.
HELP WANTED—MALE OR FE
male. Experienced silk finish
er. Approximately 3 months
work. $45.U0 minimum guar
antee 40 hours. Ricks Laundry
& Cleaners, Edenton, N. C. ltc
Rewards in cash will be paid to
any citizen furnishing informa
tion on bootleg stills in Cho
wan County. Report violations
to ATU officers, Box 671, Eliza
beth City or to ABC Officer
Troy Toppin. All information
will be held in strict confidence
FOR RENT—3-ROOM FURNTSH
ed partment. 228 E. Queen
Street Phone 2544. Mar6,l3c
THE CKOWAU HERALD. EDENTOH. NORTH CAROLINA, THURBPAT. MARCH 6. 1958.
ing was held in the game room of i
the Staff NCO Club. There were j
20 present for the meeting.
Mrs. J. D. Clanton, president, i
called the meeting to order and !
welcomed Mrs. T. C. Miller and j
Mrs. R. Kimble as new members
into the club. Mrs. J. T. Ough,
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i Mrs. Jean Smith, Mrs. F. N. Lan- j
j gin and Mrs. H. J. Kinman were
! extended a most cordial welcome
I as guests.
I Mrs. Clanton asked for volun- j
j teers to work with the men of
the Staff NCO Club in decorat
ing the Staff Club for the St.
i Patrick’s Day dance. The dance ,
will be held March 15 and the i
volunteers will meet early in the I
! morning prior to the dance to,
j help complete preparations in j
The club is also asked to help -
with a project at the May Day
\ Festival. The gala affair will be |
i held in May. Mrs. C. H. Estes I
j was appointed chairman of this,
j Now there are plans being
i made for a pot luck dinner for t
, wives’ and husbands. This din-1
I ner is scheduled for April 15 in
j honor of so many of the husbands
I who are away T.A.D. in Puerto
i Rico. This is going to be a wel
tcome home party for the men.
I After the meeting adjourned,
■ the members enjoyed delicious
refreshments. The table was dec
orated very pretty carrying out
the sweet signs of spring. .Jon
quils Were used as the colorful
centerpiece for the table. Apple
and chprry pie with coffee were
enjoyed by everyone. Mrs. C. H.
Estes and Mrs. J. F. Durrence
were in charge of the nice re
freshments and decorations.