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March has again been declar-,
ed na.tioha.ly as Egg Month.
EggS are plentiful. Farm fami-j
lies raising chickens are very'
fortunate. You have an abund
ant supply for meal planning, j
Breakfast dinner supper
serve eggs at any meal cf the!
day to homefolks or company.;
Everybody in the family from I
baby to grandmother can eat
them. Get over the habit of
thinking of eggs as only a
breakfast food. They may serve
as the main dis’n, with vege a-i
bjes, as a salad, and in sand-i
•wiches, sauces, salad dressing, or!
desserts. Eggs are rich in high;
quality protein, rich in vitamins
and minerals and they are low
in'calories. They are easily di
For those who must buy
1. Always buy from a refrig
erated case. Eggs deteriorate
vfery rapidly when they are sub
jected to warm temperatures.
Eggs are perishable. To help
maintain good quality, observe
these four simple rules.
(1) Store in the refrigerator.
(2) Keep the small end down.
(3) Keep them covered, to
keep out strong odor.
(4) Take out only the num- j
2. Buy by grade—not size—for
quality in eggs. The size of an
egg has nothing to do with the
quality of eggs. When you buyi
eggs labeled Grade A, you want
to he sure that it is still Grade!
A when it reaches your table, j
You may buy Grade AA.
Grade A, or Grade B.
Grade AA Highest quality;
yolk stands up well. Whitej
heavy; very little thin white.
Grade A— Almost as high
quality as Grade AA. Not so,
perfect. Yolk stands up well.
White heavy; little thin white, j
Grade B —Good quality; same
food value. Yolk s'ands up
fairly well. More thin white
than Grade A.
When you buy graded eggs—,
—You are assured of quality
—less loss means less cost
—Egg packer is identified
—Each egg is inspected for
Whatever the grade, there is I
more than flavor packed inside!
the shell of an egg.
Did you Know?
1. That brown-sholkd eggs are
the same as white in quality.'
food value, and flavor. The
shell color depends on the breed,
of the chicken.
2. That blood spots or meat
spots do hot in any way affect!
the nutritive value of the egg?]
(Every effort is made in careful
grading to remove the eggs with
blood or meat spots. Occasion
ally, one may slip through. If
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Now ! You can get the fast relief you 1
need from naming backache, headache i
and musculat aches and pains that often
cause restless nights and miserable tired
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Another disturbance inay be nuhl bladder
irritation following wrong food and
drink—often setting up a restless un
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ways: I. by apeedy pain-relieving, action
to ease torment of nagging hack ache,
headaches, muscular aches and pains, j
2. by soothing effect on bladder irrita
tion. 3. by mild diuretic action tending
to increase output of the 15 miles of
/'unjoy a good night’s sleep and the
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, this happens, remove the spot
J and use the egg.)
! 3. You may substitute one egg
; size for another. The following
is a guide:
I 4 largg equal 5 medium equal
4. Eggs kept at room tempera
| ture for three days lose as much
j quality as those kept in the re
; frigerator for two weeks.
5. That the color of the ogg l
yolk may vary in shades of yel
• low. This is caused by diet and
! heredity and does net necessarily
| affect nutritive value or flavor.
| 6. That the term “fresh eggs”
| has meaning only if proper stor
age has been maintained from
poultry farm to the table.
7. That the price of different
sizes cf eggs varies with the
j 8. When you are trimming the
budget you’ll find eggs one of
your most dependable helpers.
Elizabeth City Girl
Miss Joan Pyshny, sponsored
by the Elizabeth City Junior
Woman’s Club, on Tuesday of
last week was select :d to eom
i pete from District 16 for the
i SI,OOO scholarship given by the
i North Carolina Federation of
Mrs. R. J. Boyce, district edu
cation chairman, announced
that four girls were interviewed
| here for the scholarship. Miss
I Pyshny will compete with win
| nets from the 15 other districts
j in Raleigh later this month. The
I recipient will be announced at
I State Convention April 5-7 in
I She is the daughter of Mrs.
I Mabel Harrison Pyshny and the
1 late Mr. Pyshny. An outstand
ing senior at the Elizabeth City
• High School, she is president of
the Student Council and a
member of the band. She was
homecoming queen, represented
the school at the Azalea Festival
' and received the district Daugh
: tors of the American Revolution
j Good Citizenship Medal.
I The scholarship is based on
\ scholarship, citizenship, charac
! ter and financial need. The re
| cipient mav attend any school
of the Greater University, which
administers the scholarship, and
SI,OOO is available each year for
j The Edcnton Woman’s Club
‘ sponsored Miss Ida Stover.
j Lunch Room Menu 1
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| Menus at the Chowan High'
lj School lunch room for the week
i of March 21-25 will be as fol
Monday—Milk, sausage patties,
1 macaroni and cheese, carrot and
cabbage salad, buttered corn,
! bread, butter and chocolate pud
| Tuesday—Milk, pimento cheese
I sandwich, franks, French fried
j onions, green butter beans, seal*
loped tomatoes, bread, butter
j and ginger bread.
Wednesday—Milk, ravoli. tos
; sed salad, string beans, rolls. j
j butter and French apple cob
i Thursday Milk, chicken pan
| pie, Spanish peas, cranberry
I sauce, celery rings, rolls, butter
and pineapple grapefruit cup. i
Friday Milk, fish sticks.
| cheese slices, French fried po
; tatoes. cole slaw, blackcye peas,
i hush puppies, butter and lemon
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Ford Motor Company’s new Falcon Ranchero, the first economy size truck to.be j
produced by a major U. S. automobile manufacturer, features a Moot box, up to 50 t
per cent greater fuel economy and the high styling and smoothness of ride normally
found only in a regular passenger vehicle.
The Falcon Ranchero is America's lowest priced pickup truck with turn
indicators and oil filter as standard equipment *- - 1
fElementary School \
Lunch Room Menu!;
Menus at the Edenton Element- j
ary School lunch room for the
week of March 21-25 will be as
Monday Weiners, weiner,
rolls, toss salad, baked beans, j
• peach pie and milk.
Tuesday—Barbecue, cole slaw,
potato sticks, buttered corn,
butter, apple sauce, school baked ;
rolls and milk.
Wednesday Vegetable beefj
soup, crackers, toasted choose'
sandwiches. block cake and '
Thursday—Corned beef, pota- >
toes, steamed cabbage, corn
bread, beets, lemon custard, j
butter and milk.
Friday Meat loaf, gravy, 1
green beans, school baked rolls,
steamed rice, grapefruit, butter
Classroom Building i
Dedicated At EO^
i Dedication of East Carolina ]
College's newest classroom build- <
ing to the late Edwin E. Rawl. j
Greenville civic and business
leader and a trustee of the col
lege, brought to the campus
Sunday afternoon, March 13, ap
proximately 300 people from
Eastern and Piedmont North
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$9.17 I payments.
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I W. Queen St, Extd. PHONE 2135 Edenton, N. C.
, Carolina and from other states,
j’ On the college board of trus
tees trom 1953 until his death
,j in 1958. Mr. Rawl served as vice
chairman, chairman of the bud- I
j get-building committee, and a 1
member of the executive and
the scholarship foundation com
j mittee. He was founder and
j first president of the Pirates
j Club and was largely responsible
i for the building of a stadium for
’the athletic program as the col
j Unveiling of a portrait of Mr.
■ Rawl. a gift to the college from
! members of his family, was an 1
■ impressive part of the dedioa- j
tion ceremonies. The portrait j
j will be permanently hung in the \
[main corridor of the building. S
Members of the Rawl family;
, wore presented to guests at the 1
j dedication, which included Mr.!
i and Mi-s. Richard S. Atkinson.
Jr. of Edenton. Mr. Rawl was,
an uncle of Mr. .Atkinson.
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you help the crippled
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i The Board of County Com
missioners met Monday, March
14, 1960. at 9 o’clock A. M. as a
Board of Equalization and Re
view. with all members present,
including W. E. Bond, chairman.
J R Peele. C. J. Hollowed, J.
‘.Gilliam Wood and Dallas Jeth
| On motion of Dallas Jethro,
Jr., seconded by J. Gilliam Wood
j and unanimously carried that
Earl Jones property on highway
b‘ changed from garage site to
i farm land and to be valued to
compare with surrounding prop
! ei tv.
On motion of C. J. Hollowed,
, seconded by J. R. Pecle and
i unanimously carried that prop
erty of Noah Goodwin, Jr„ be
[valued in accordance with ad
On motion of J. K. Peele,
I seconded by C. J. Hollowed and
; [ unanimously carried that Cho-
I wan Processing Corp. value be
, t educed on account of one build
ting burned in 1960.
On motion of C. J. Hollowed,
> seconded by J. R. Peele and
; unanimously carried that Mi's.
; A. E. Rector’s property on Broad
Street be reduced SI,OOO by rea
! son of error in original valua
Tire Tax Supervisor was au
! thorized to notify the people
requesting reductions that were
; Section 1109. page 70. item 3,
i paragraph 5 of the Machinery
I Act states that taxes, interest
and penalties shad be shown
; separately on the records, but
for the purpose of tax collac
lions, the total of ad such
> taxes, interest and penalties
i shad be regarded as taxes for
that current year.. The Coen- j
missioned have no authority to :
relieve anyone of any taxes,
penalties, interest or other costs i
except in cases as specifically i
denned by the Machinery Act, ‘
and the Sheriff has been in
structed to adhere strictly to ad
state laws concerning collection
On motion of J. R. Peele,
seconded by C. J. Hollowell that
in vieW or the! "TollOWirig, the ‘
motion made at meeting of
March 7th, calling for a refer
endum is hereby rescinded.
Mrs. Wesley Chesson, president
of the Woman’s Cilub of Eden
ton, N. C., advised the Commis
sioners that due to the fact that
the moving of the Confederate
monument has been made a po-
Utical issue and that by their
[ by-laws they are not allowed to
participate in any form of par
tisan politics, they are at this
time withdrawing the proposal.
On motion of J. Gilliam
Wood, seconded by Dallas Jeth
ro, Jr., and duly carried that the
meeting be recessed to recon
vene as a Board of Equalization
and Review April 4, 1960, at 9
o’clock A. M.
W. E. BOND, Chairman.
BERTHA B.BUNCH, Clerk.
TRY K HERALD CLASSIFIED
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j The science of medicine, these
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for those in their later years. Your
doctor will have many helpful
And when you have your Doc
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We can fill your special needs
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| price, too.
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Pnone 2127 We Deliver
j Minutes Os County
[ Board Os Education
March 11, 1960
The Board of Education held
its regular meeting March 7,j
i 960 at 10:00 A. M„ with the*
following members present: Eu
gene Jordon, Sherlon Layton, !
Mrs. F. A. Ward, Garland As
bell and Marvin Evans.
Ih the absence of Mrs. Maty
D. Nixon, chairman. Garland As-,
bell was aptoointed Temporary [
The minutes of the previous *
meeting were read and adopted
by a motion made and duly car
The superintendent read a let
ter of resignation fiom Mrs.
Mary D. Nixon, stating that due
to health conditions, she finds
that she will not be, able to ren-,
der the necessary service needed]
to carry on the educational phb-i
gram. Her resignation was ac
cepted, by a motion made by!
Mr. Jordan and seconded by Mr.
Layton and duly carried. The]
superintendent was requested to
convey by letter the Board’s re
| grets and deep sympathy to Mrs.
The Board of Education in a
special meeting held February
12, 1960, by motion made by Mr.
Jordan and seconded toy Mr. As
bell, accepted the classroom ad
dition to the White Oak Con
solidated School, at the final in
j spection, upon the recomirienda
! tion of the State Board of Edu
cation. The motion as made was
! duly carried.
The Board received a request
by letter from the White Oak
Consolidated School Parent-
Teacher Association, that the
j split session effective 1960-61, be
[ d ; scontinued, because the split
| session no longer served the pur
pose for which it was intended.
! By motion made and seconded,
the reauest was grganted.
At the suggestion of the su
j perintendent, the matter of pay
ing teacher salaries on a fixed
! date in each month, was dis-
I cussed. A motion was made by
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Mr J rdan and seconded by MiC
Layton, without further di*us
sion, that the saligies of teach
ers be paid in 1966-61 alt thP
zoth of each month. The motion
was carried- “
The date for school
. for the 1960-61 tertn was consid,
I ered. A motion was made and
seconded, that the opertihg rate
.be set for August 29, 19W. The
motion was duly adopted.
The Board received a report
on the status of the sale of the
Rocky . Hock School property
(from Mr. W. S. Privott, County
j Attorney. He stated that the
final bid for the property after
four was $4,2011
toy the Rocky Hock Community
Center organization After much
discussion, the foikrtfing motion
was offered by Mr. Jordan: That
the Board of Education rtgect
the bid of $4,250 for the Rocky
; Hock School property, altd enter
■j into private negotiation for sale
lof said property, with the Rocky
■j Hock Community Center organi
zation. The motion was second
•ed by Mr. Evarts and duly
'i The reports of ; the County
1 Treasurer and the. Local School
■ Fund Treasurer were received.
■ The reports were "adopted by a
motion by Mr. Evans and sec
i, onded by Mr. Jordan and duly
The bills for February were
presented and adopted by a mo
tion made by Mrs. Ward and
seconded by Mr. Jordan and
duly adopted as follows: •
Special Building Fund, $9,-
989.76; lunchrooms, $296.19; cap
-1 ital outlay, $54.99; teacherage,
$40.80; debt service. $826.00; vet
t erans program, $68.94; current
c exoense, $3,156.20; total, $14,-
2 The superintendent reported
? that he would notify the cha]r
t man of the County Executive
- Committee with respect to the
.; vica n cv which had occurred on
, I the Board.
There being no further busi
-1 ness the Board adjourned.
- GARLAND A?BELL. *---
i | Temnorarv Chairman
-| W. J. TAYLOR,
; Secretary -