Come drink from yellow butter
And taste the winey dew,
In Nature’s fairy halls we’U sup
On flowers of every hue.
For ' table spread a- wide toad
With cloth of cobweb sheen.
And let us dine beside the pool
Beneath the wild wood green.
-1 For | music let the waters trill.
The birds to sweetly sing—
Come dance, be merry,’ dine your]
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For Sir, ’tis spring, ’tis spring !|
The realization is slow t©‘
dawn on many that freedom and
democracy for all, regardless of
race, color or creed, is slowly
but surely engulfing the world.
Unjust lines of discrimination
are being broken down, unfair
barriers and double standards
What's Slogan This Year?
As early as 1840, when a po
litical party promised the voter
“Two Dollars a. Day and Roast
Beef,” the slogan was as much
of presidential t election cam
paigns as the handshake and the
It’s a fitting arena for the
slogan, which was once the bat
tle cry of the Scots. According
to World Book Encyclopedia,
the word comes from “sluagh,”
meaning “army” and “gairm” dr
The voters of 1840 took up the
battle for two dollars, conceding
that “Van, Van (Martin Van
Burpn’ is a Used-up Man.” They
gave their votes to “Tippecanoe
and; Tyler Too”—William Henry
Harfison, the hero of the Indian
battle of Tippecanoe, and his
Plagued Day And
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Few states are as *ell equipped to promote and serve
the cause of scientific agriculture as North C arolina.
From such lax-supported institutions as N. C. State
College of Agriculture come many of the new farming
■ 1 techniques, new madnnev, new crap varieties and
* , other developments that are being adopted by our
fanners as the means to a high standard of firing ou
■I in the best interest of
is the "legal control"
id ale. which has been
THE CHO WAN HER ALP
lof law and custom are slowly]
crumbling. Colonialism is .a
, thing of the past as people of
j more and more countries rise to
claim their land and country for
their own—to govern and con
trol as they see fit- Exploita
tion of minority groups is still
in evidence in some countries,
but the triumph of the individ
ual and the suppressed minority,
and the equalisation in fact as
well as law of all peoples, is
looming on the social horizon.
It is a change of the social
(scene that is inevitable, irresist
able and as certain as tomor
| row’s rising sun.
I Make no mistake about it, dis
criminatory and unjust customs
are on the way out. The pro
loess of change will probably be
; slow, and may only come about
| as each generation, through edu
| cation, becomes more tolerant
1 and understanding, and gradual
ly loses its prejudices and ac-
running mate, John Tyler.
In 1864. when Lincoln was
running for a second term, the
Union was warned: “Don’t
Swap Horses In the Middle of
the Stream.” The cry was to
echo 80 years later, when Frank
lin D. Roosevelt won a fourth
term in the dark years of
World War H.
Horace Greeley thundered
‘‘Turn the Rascals Out” in 1872,
but Grant held the presidency
for another term.
The country wasn't ready for
“The Plumed Knight.” as James
G. Blaine was called, in 1876. and
the election went to Rutherford
Blaine was back in 1884. But
he h«d_ the misfortune of being
labeled an opponent of *RU«*r
Romanism and Rebellion.” The
Catholics turned against him and
helped ele;t Grover Cleveland.
William McKinley promised
'The Full D>ner Pail” in 1900,
setting a precedent for Hoover's
I later pledge of ”A Chicken In
[Every Pot. and a Car In Every
In 1916 the country rc-electcd
I Woodrow Wilson with the ex
planation, "He Kept Us Out of
Five months later the U. S.
was the war. When the next
election rolled around, the voter
wanted ‘“Nortnaky” and Warren
In 1924 the electorate decided
to “Keep Cool With Coolidge.”
By 1932 they were ready for a
“New Deal.” and the “Forgotten
Man” gave his vote to FDR.
htare recently some people
[cumulated patterns of thought
that are out of place in this fast
• changing world.
• Pessimistic Note—President Eis
. enhower, in a recent speech, had
. this, in part, to say to the
younger generation: “ . . .
. heirs to the greatest fund of
knowledge and the richest store
. of material advantage any gen
: eration has ever received.”
; Yeah, and they are also heirs
to the most destructive weapons
| ever devised by the genius of
. man, and also will probably
fight the war that will end all
wars for eternity . . . Unless
: these heads of State, who are
meeting at various summits and
i places, get on the ball and
: shape up something really con
structive and workable.
Preserve Edenton’s Past with
. a progressive Present-
thought “We Need Adlai Badly,”
but the elections of 1952 and
1956 proved that more people
What will the slogans be this
Maybe we’ll hear, “I’ll Stick
With Dick” ... or “My Cup of
Tea Is Kennedy” ... or "What’s
Good for the Country is Hubert
j Hospital Notes
Vi-itißK Hoars: 10:00-11:0# A. M.,
J:C>t:oo I*. M.. 6:00-8:00 I*. M.
Children under 12 aot iiexmittcd
to visit patients.
Patients admitted to Chowan
Hospital during the week of
March 28. through April 4 were
. .. White
Mi's." Blanche Christie, Edc.n
ton; Mrs. Elva Long, Edenton;
Miss Sheila White, Chattanooga,
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f£; • JaPpPplQjl CITY STATE . «
IF rot) HAVC A AUtiL to UTt DItKTIOHS TO .
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Tenn.; Mrs. Margaret Clihe,
Charleston, S. C.; Miss Susie
Dunlow, Edenton; Mrs. Barbara
Ann Dunlow, Edenton; Miss
Pauline Byrum, Tyner; Howard
Ambrose, Creswell; Marvin Ash
ley, Edenton; Mrs. Blanche
Chappell, Hertford; Mrs. Gibbie
Mitchell, Edenton; Mrs. Kay
Smithson, Edenton; Master
Ralph Murray, Hertford; Master
Grayling Riddick, Hobbsville;
Mrs. Sadie Owens, Edenton.
Jessie Eason, Sunbury; Joanna
Judkins, Hertford; Virginia Has
sell, Edenton; Mary Lee Webb,
lVlackeys; Marline Powell, Sun
bury; Sophie Williams, Edenton;
Hannah Clemmons, Edenton; Ada
Drake, Merry Hill; Madie
Discharges from the hospital
during the same week were:
Mrs. Vivian Holton, Roper:
Mrs. Vergie Gilchrist, Edenton;
Mrs. Ida White, Edenton; Mrs.
Yvonne Hardison, Edenton; Miss
June Jolly, Edenton; Miss She
lia White, Chattanooga, Tenn.;
Mrs. Carmen Reeve, Edenton;
Mrs. Elva Long, Edenton; Mrs.
Laura Evans, Edenton; Marvin
Ashley, Edenton; Mrs. Ellie
Goodwin, Hertford; Howard
Ambrose, Creswell; Miss Paul
ine Byrum, Tyner; Master
Grayling Riddick, Hobbsville;
Mrs. Sybil Adams, Edenton;
•Oris Rountree, Hertford; Mrs,
Kay Smithson, Creswell; Mrs.
Fonia Mae Riddick, Belvidere;
*7 have been a member of your association for about 2(1 yeafs and
have always found your altitude to be generous rather than
G. Lynn Nisbet
Blue Cross protection as available to any North Carolina resi
dent, in reasonably good health, regardless of age. Apply
today for your family.
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WILLIAM B. GARDNER
P. O. Box 548, Eden Jon
jMrs. Charlie Griffin, Edenton. I
| Jessie Eason, Sunbury; Sophie
1 Williams, Windsor; Ollie Smith,
Hertford; Laura Burke, Hert
ford; Marline Powell, Sunbury;
Mary Lee Webb, Roper; Han
nah Clemmons, Edenton Ada
i Mae Drake, Merry Hill; William I
i Joseph Copeland, Edenton; Vir
ginia Hassell, Edenton.
Births during the same week
were: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
(Long, Jr., Edenton, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chappell,
Hertford, a son; Mr. and Mrs.
William Clemmons, Edenton, a
son; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M.
Brown, Edenton, a son.
The Rev. Gedrge B. Holmes,
rector of Saint Paul’s Episcopal
> Church, announces the follow
i ing services beginning Sunday
and continuing through Easter
Palm Sunday, April 10—11 A.
i M., The Blessing of the Palms.
| Monday through Saturday—
| Open church for prayer and
Wednesday, April 13—10:30 A.
M.. Holy Communion.
Maundy Thursday, April 14—8
P. M., Holy . Communion.
Good Friday, April 15—Noon,
I The Three Hours.
Easter Even, April 16—3:30 P.
’ M., Holy Baptism.
| Easter Day, April 17—8 A. M.,
Holy Communion; 9:30 A. M.,
Children’s service; 11 A. M.,
Episcopalians are expected to
make their Easter Communions
regardless of where they will
be Easter Day. Communion is
celebrated in the home upon re
Both the Junior and Senior
Choirs will participate Palm
Sunday and Easter Day with
Miss Sue Byrum and Harry H.
Smith, Jr., at the organ. Spe
cial music has been arranged.
JOHN NIXON GRADUATES
John L. Nixon, Jr., airman
apprentice, USN. son of Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Nixon of Route 2.
Edenton, graduated March 11,
from the Aviation Electronics
Technician School at the Naval
Air Technical Training Center,
Instruction in the 22-week
course included electronics fun
damentals, communications sys
tems, transmitter theory and
“Can you swim?”
“You poor fish.”
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Thursday, April 7, 1960.
EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA
RETURNING FROM OKINAWA
Helicopter Squadron HMRL
-261, which has been serving on!
Okinawa for the past 15 months,;
will return April 15. Among
the group returning will be A-E
Sgt. Robert Spencer Bedell of
Jacksonville, N. C. Bedell will
be on a 33-day leave which he
and his wife will soend at Long
Island. N. Y.. visiting relatives.
They will go from New York
to Bradenton, Fla., to spend 14
days visiting friends. after
which they will return to Jack
sonville. where Sgt. Bedell will
report for duty at the New
River Air Facility.
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