Dr. Thomas Nash
Speaks At Meeting
Os Woman’s Club
At the April meeting of the
Eden ton Woman’s Club the
speaker was Dr. Thomas Nash.
April being Cancer Month, he
chose as his topic different phas
es of cancer work and the many
new discoveries being made each
day. Dr. Nash is a graduate of
the University of Tennessee
Medical School. He served his
internship and four years surgi
cal residency at University of
Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor.
Michigan. The last two years
. of this training were under the
i auspices of the National Cancer
Institute. Ha is Fellow of
-j American College Surgeons and
1 a diplomat of the American
tj Board of Surgery. He is a
£ member of the North Carolina
j Division Board of the American
3 Cancer Society. He is head of
I the Cancer Detection Center in
j Elizabeth City and medical ad
-3 visor of th* Pasquotank unit of
3 the American Cancer Society.
3 Dr. Nash was introduced by
T Mrs. Bert G. Tyson, field con
s sultant of the American Socie
-4 ty, North Carolina Division.
The Ways and Means Commit
■ tee under the leadership of Mrs.
(, Roy Spruill conducted a house
, to house Kleenex sale on Wed
nesday, April 20th in an effort
( to raise needed funds to com
plete the budget for this year.
Mrs. Tom Hopkins, chairman
for the cancer drive, announced
. that members of the club would
J be asked to canvass in the can
'. cer drive which is being con
ducted during the month of
The club voted to contribute
‘ $lO toward the American Red
Cross drive since it is such a
Worthwhile project and since
, the drive has fallen short of its |
The following new members'
were welcomed into the club:|
Mrs. Robert Powell, Mrs. Nancy |
1 Carson, Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs. i
John Shackelford and Mrs.
• Johnnie Woolard.
INFANT SON DIES
, A son was bom to Mr. and
Mrs. James Stillman in Chowan
Hospital on Easter day. How
ever, the baby was taken to Al
bemarle Hospital in Elizabeth
City, where it died 12 hours af
ter birth. The t>at>y was buried
in Beaver Hill Cemetery Mon
HERBERT C. BONNER
YOUR MAN IN CONGRESS x
HERE IS WHY WE SHOULD KEEP HIM THERE!
1. INVALUABLE EXPERIENCE ~ TESTED, HIGHLY RESPECTED, AND
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2. SENIORITY - VITAL TO CHOWAN COUNTY INTERESTS AND TO
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3. INFLUENCE - CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MA
RINE AND FISHERIES
JURISDICTION OVER MATTERS CONCERNING: I
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Eden ton PTA’s
iVole To Merge
Continued, from Pag* 1. Section 1
ceived very favorable comment!
by those who attended the i
Officers for the new associa- [
tion were unanimously elected!
■ and included the following: I
i President, N. J. George; vice
president, Mrs. David Holton:
'secretary. Miss Lena Jones, and
treasurer. Elbert Copeland. The
new officers were duly installed
.by Dr. L. F. Ferguson, retiring
I president of the John A Holmes
High School Parent-Teacher As
! The next meeting of the new
association will be held Tuesday j
| night, September 20.
14-H Leaders Hold
The quarterly meeting of
adult 4-H leaders was held j
Thursday. April 14, at the Cen- J
ter Hill Community Building.
The meeting was called to or- 1
derby Carlton Perry, president.
Dick Lowe. Advance 4-H lead- j
er, gave the devotional, using ■
the first Psalm and Emmett :
Jones. Sr., led in prayer. (
Mrs. Jarvis Skinner, secre-l
tary. called the roll and read 1
the minutes of the last meet- (
Bristoe Perry and Bill Leary
1 gave reports on the 4-H Devel
i opment Fund. The quota for
| Chowan County which is $l,lOO
has almost been reached. Mr.
, Perry presented the check for
! the pig he sold at the Fat Stock
I Show and Sale to the Develop
ment Fund. The check totaled
I sll2. I
A discussion was held on Na
tional 4-H Church Sunday which
is coming up on May 22. The
leaders decided that the pastors
of the various churches be ask
ed if they would like to have
the 4-H Church Sunday observ
ance in their church.
Each leader was urged to as
sist and encourage 4-H'ers to
give demonstrations in tr.eir par
ticular project field.
The 4-H agents. Miss Cather
ine Aman and Harry Venters,
made several announcements
relative to the Chowan 4-H pro- ]
gram. 4-H Camp will be held
the week of June 6-11. at Roa
noke Island 4-H Camp at Man
The next regular meeting of
the adult leaders will be held
' July 14, at the Advance Com-
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON. NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY. APRIL 21. I*o.
munity Building. The meeting!
was adjourned and Mrs. Em
mett Jones served refreshments.]
Edenton Police Make
76 Arrests In March:
Chief of Police George I. Dail!
reports that Edenton police made|
a total of 76 arrests during the,
month of March. Miscellaneous’
traffic violations led the list;
with 32 arrests, followed by -25 1
for failin' display a town au
All of the 76 arrested were
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’! found guilty as charged. Those
arrested ir.ci. ced *•< white males,!
■six white females, 37 colored|
, mates and three colored fe
!I- Fines amounted to $220 and
j costs $376.60, for a total of
' $596.60. Officers’ fees amounted
| Activities during the month
; included 59 calls answered and
! investigated, three accidents in-
I vestigated, one stolen automo
j bile recovered, three funerals
| worked, 18 courtesies extended,]
30 doors found unlocked, four!
fire calls answered, eight lights
| reported out, and 831 traffic ci
tations Issued. The police made
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1,023 radio calls and were on
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VF# MEETS TUESDAY .
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No. 9280, Veterans ’ of Foreign I
■ mi.rn.ik - . - ——
i Wars... will meet Tuesday night,
I’Aprff* 2i’ at 8 o’clock! Com
| mander John Bass is anxious
I to haVe a large attendance. ■