Here April To 3
Over 700 Members
From 20 Congrega
tions Expected to At
Circuit No. 2ft of Jehovah’s
Witnesses will hold a three-day
circuit convention in Edentan
Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
April 1-3. The sessions will be
held at the colored high school
When more than 700 from 20
congregations in North Carolina
and Virginia are expected to at
The convention is sponsored
by the Walchtawer Bible and
Tract Society of New York
with James A.i Thompson, Jr.,
special represen %iive from New|
Y®rk, in charge. He will be!
assisted by Ivan L. Maxwell, 1
circuit supervisor. The conven
tion will open Friday evening,
April I, at 6:45 and continue
through Sunday, April 3. until
6 P. M. Mr. Thompson wi 1 de
liver the assembly keynote ad
dress Sunday afternoon, April
3„ at 3 o’clock; using the sub
ject “Find Peace In A Troubled
Spring Revival At
Center Hill Church
. Continued from Page 1. Section 1
will be remembered ■by many as
the former pastor of the Rocky
Hock Baptist Church, which is
the largest rural Baptist Church
in North Carolina and among
the top largest in the South. He
is a native of South Carolina
and was educated in the high
* schools there. He graduated
* from Southeastern Baptist Theo
logical Seminary, Wake Forest,
while serving as pastor at Rocky
Hock. His many friends and
former church members are giv
en a special invitation to attend
all services of the revival. Mr.
Raines will arrive for the ser
vice at 8 P. M., on Monday,
April 4. AiJ evening services
will begin at 8 o’clock.
Special music for the revival]
has been planned and will be I
mainly under the direction of
the pastor who serves as music
director for the church. On
Sunday night. Apiil 3. and,
Wednesday night, April 6, the)
choir of the Great Hope Baptist
Church of Hertford will bring
special music with Mrs. C. T.
Mansfield as accompanist. On
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I Taking an active part in ar
■! ranging for a three-day circuit
! convention of Jehovas’s Wit
| nesses in Edenion is J. C. Mayo,
i minister of public relations for
. j Circuit No. 26. The convention
i will be held in the 'colored high
' school April 1-3.
Tuesday night. April 5, the
choirs of the Rocky Hock Bap
tist Church will bring special
music directed by the music di
rector of the church. The Jun
ior Choir of the Center Hill
Church will bring special music
every service’of the revival, di
rected by Mrs. Henry V. Napier,
Junior Choir director. The pi
anist for the services will be
Mrs. Wilbur Privott and the
pianist for the meditation period
before services will be 'Jakie
; Boyce, both members .of the
' Center Hill Church. Special
parking is being arranged and
will be directed by Nehemiah
Bunch of Center HiH Baptist
Church. Usher chairman will
be Melvin Byruin for the
’ church. The public is given an
invitation to attend the meet
Gospel Singers At
■ f Sponsored by the deacons and
: trustees of Providence Baptist
Church, the sensational “Awak-
I ening Echoes,” Gospel concert
‘ artists, will present a program
fj.in Providence Baptjst Church
■(Friday night, April 1, at 7:30
i! o’clock. The group sings favor-
II ite hymns and have earned a
:| splendid reputation, so that a
J large crowd is expected to turn
. i No admission will be charged
i but an offering will be taken. 1
THE CHOWAN HERALD; EDENTON. NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960.
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' Seek Senate Seats
Continued from Page 1. Section 1
1955 and served as Democratic
Chairman of Pasquotank County
from 1943 to 1954. He was a
director of the N. C. League of
Municipalities from 1954 to 1955
and has been a director and
general counsel of Kill Devil
Hills Memorial Society since
1950. He has been a director
of the Elizabeth City Boys’ Club
since it was organized in 1937.
He is a member of the State
Democratic Executive Commit
tee, past president and director
of the Elizabeth City Kiwanis
Club, member of Blacked Me
morial Baptist Church, a mem
ber of the Red Men and Elks.
■He also was president of the
Elizabeth City Chamber of Com
merce from 1948 to 1951.
C. Os C. Directors
Favor Bond Election
Continued from Page 1. Section 1
to the next community if they
can satisfy their needs.”
It has been ascertained that
as long as the town evidences
a willingness to proceed with
plans and procedures to carry
out the program of the State
Stream Sanitation Commission
to stop pollution of local waters,
the Commission will permit new
industry to tie into the town’s
present sewage system under
certain conditions. This is a
temporary situation, however,
and each application will be re
viewed on its merits and its ef
fect on the overall problem.
‘That may take care of some
of the prospects we have at the
present time,” Atkinson said.
“But one prospect has a serious
effluent problem which we
doubt the Commission would ap
prove unless the treatment plant
Superior Court Term
Will Begin Monday
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tate, vs. Virginia Electric &
‘Power Company. This case was
set peremptorily by court or
John G. Small vs. William H.
Creecy, for motion.
Waverly D. Phelps vs. Ruther
ford B. Mayo and George Oscar
Penelope Overton and Alex
ander Badliam vs. Lonnie Boyce,
i for judgmeht.
J. D. Ward vs. Clyde C. Turn
Berkley Feed Corporation vs.
Mattie Knight Perry.
Roger Evans vs. Lee Perry.
M. D. Baker vs. G. B. Mor
-1 gan, Jr., for motion.
Eastern Star Officers
Installed In An Open
In a very impressive cere
mony in the Masonic Temple
Friday night, officers for Eden
ton Chapter No. 302, Order of
the Eastern Star were installed. 1
It was an open installation cere-j
mony, so that the lodge room ’
was filled with relatives and
friends of the officers who were
The meeting was opened by
Mrs. Helen Wood, retiring wor
thy matron, who welcomed the
visitors and expressed her
thanks and appreciation for the
loyalty and cooperation she had
received during her administra
tion. Mrs. Wood also presented
the new worthy matron, Mrs.
Margaret Bell, a beautiful yel
low rose, the flower selected by
her. During the meeting Mrs.
Wood was presented a bouquet
of red roses, a gift of her hus
band who was unable to attend.
Another delightful experience
for Mrs. Wood was presentation
of a bouquet of red roses which
was sent by her son-in-law and
daughter and two grandchildren
of Culpeper, Va. Following the*
meeting, Mrs. Annie Laurie Mul
len of South Mills, who was
Mrs. Wood’s installing officer
last year, pinned on her a past
worthy matron’s jewel. «
The installing officer Friday
night was Mrs. Blanch C. Twi
ford of Elizabeth City, past]
grand imitron; installing grand j
Mrs. Maude Reaves of
Ederwfn, Grand Representative;
installing grand chaplain, Robert
Spence of South Mills, grand
sentinel and installing grand or
ganist, Mrs. Lucille Johnson ofj
Hertford, past matron.
Pages who served during the
meeting were Millie Price, Em
my Ruth Overman, Jean Good
win,, Pat Mooney, Eleanor Boyce
and Karen HolLowell.
During the ceremony a de
lightful duet was rendered by
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Officers installed were:
Worthy matron, Mrs. Margaret
Bell; worthy patron, J. Edwin
Bufflap; associate worthy ma
tron, Mrs. Anita Tarkington; as
sociate worthy patron, Raymond!
Tarkington; secretary, Mrs. Ruthj
Overman; treasurer, Mrs. Mary)
Leary; conductress, Mrs. Anne
Goodwin; associate conductress,
Mrs. Clara Boswell; chaplain,
Mrs. Frances Wilkins; marshal,
Mrs. Pattie Ross; pianist, Mrs.
Carolyn Swindell; Adah, Mrs.J
Grace Byrum; Ruth, Mrs. Ruth]
Griffin; Esther, Mrs. Emma Per
kins; Martha, Mrs. Pearl Har
rell; Electa, Mrs. Ethel Haskett;
Warder, Mrs. Edna Reeves and
sentinel, Mrs. Lydia Daniels.
Following the meeting refresh
ments, were served and a social
hour enjoyed in the dining
At Industry Meeting
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35 Eastern North Carolina coun
ties invited to participate in the I
conference whose principal I
speaker will be Governor Luther!
H. Hodges. The Governor will j
speak at a “dutch” luncheon at
1 P. M. |
So many are expected to at- j
tend the conference that the
meeting place has been trans
ferred to the Wayne Center
! Building. Dinner will, however, 1
l be served at Hotel Goldsboro.
Those expected to represent
Chowan County at the confer
ence are: Richard Atkinson, Jr.,
Gilliam Wood, Joe Conger, Jr.,
William P. Jones, John Mitch-
I ener, John Graham, W. J. P.
j Earnhardt, Harry Smith, Jr.,
the Rev. Ralph Fowlkes, J. P.
Ricks, Jr., George A. Byrum,
Thomas Byrum, T. B. Williford,
Elton Forehand, Richard Sc hu
man, Herbert Hollowell, Jr.,
West Byrum, Richard N. Hines
and J. Edwin Bufflap.
Edenion Aces 4-2
By BOX GOODWIN
The Ahoskie Indians defeated
the Edenion Aces 4-2 in the
opening Albemarle Conference 11
baseball game played on Hicks!
Field Tuesday afternoon.
The Aces showed a lot of im- 1
provement over their dismal
shut-out loss to Windsor Friday j
afternoon. In that game and in
the first game of the year withj
Windsor the Aces got only one,
The Indians jumped on Carroll j
Forehand, the Aces' sophomore"
right-hander, in the opening
frame. Three singles, two walks'
and an error brought three runs,
that proved to tv the cushion'
for victory. j
The Indians got their other
run in the third inning on two
singles and a walk.
The Aces picked up their first J
run in the filth stanza when Joe
Mitchener got on by route of an
error by the Ahoskie shortstop.
Dickie Cobb then doubled, send
ing Mitchener to third. Fred.
Britton, who had the Aces' only:
previous hit, sent a hot ground-1
or to first base. Mitchener scor
ed on a fielder’s choice, *
The Aces got one more tally*
in the seventh inning. Lloyd.
Lassiter drew a walk and Rich-J
ard Dixon came on to tun for!
him. Dixon stole second, wehtj
to third on Cobb’s infield out
and scored on a wild pitch by
Red Men Change
Hour Os Meeting
Chowan Tribe of Red Men
has changed its hour of meeting
each Monday night to 8 o'clock
instead of 7:30, which has been
observed during the winter
The meeting next Monday
night, April 4, has been called
off due to the Baptist revival.
Instead, Red Men are requested
to meet at the Baptist Church
and attend the service in a
The degree team will meet
for a rehearsal tonight (Thurs
day at 7 o'clock.
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this (Thursday) afternoon in the
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