pHosfital Notes ]'
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Patients admitted to the Cho
wan Hospital during the week
of April 18-24 were:
Mrs. Belle Alexander, Cres
wetl; Mrs. Emily Parks, Eden
ton; Mrs. Charlotte McMullan,
Sarasota, Florida; Miss Mary El
len Wheeler, Edenton; Miss Lin
da Phillips, Edenton; Master
Robert Miller, Tyner; Miss Pat
sy Ashley, Tyner; Miss Emma
Ashley, Tyner; Mrs. Janet Hur
dle, Hobbsville; Miss Josephine
Ward, Edenton; Ernest J. Ward,
Jr, Edertton; Mrs. Elizabeth
Hobbs, Edenton; Mrs. Louise
Marsh, Edenton; Mrs. Hazel By
rum, Edenton; Mrs. Loretta
Stallings, Hobbsville; Robert A.
Satire, Edenton; Mrs. Edith
Landing, Tyner; William C.
Skiitfier, Edenton; Curtis Twid
dy, Edenton; Jerry Taylor, Nor
folk; Mrs. Harriet Wooiard,
Edenton; Howard Marriner,
Edenton; Cliff Satterfield, Eden
ton; Mrs. Elizabeth Bateman,
Edenton; Mis. Annie Jolly,
Mrs.' Patricia Harrell, Edenton:
Mrs. Shirley Bond, Sunbury;
Herman Holley, .Edenton; Mrs.
Jennie Thompson, Edenton; Mrs.
Lota Gilliam, Hertford; Miss
Irma Horton, Edenton; Miss
Shirley Armstead, Edenton; Mas
ter Derrick Wadsworth, Edenton;
Miss Kay Wadsworth, Edenton;
Miss Beulah Wadsworth, Eden
ton; Mrs. Emma Etheridge, Win
fall; Peggy Jordan, Belvidere:
Mrs. Agnes Davenport, Eden
ton; Mrs. Frances Jones, Hert
ford; Mrs. Rosa Valentine, Eden
patients discharged during the
rsJße week were:
Mrs. Margaret Cline, Charles
ton, S. C.; Mrs. Bernice Rodgers,
Plymouth; Mrs. Marjorie Daven
port, Creswell; Mrs. Mildred
Spruill, Edenton; Mrs. Mary
Belch, Edenton; Mrs. Marjorie
Tumage. Edenton; Mrs. Martha
Trueblood, Keameyville, N. C.;
Fred Tunstall, Edenton; Mrs.
Emily Parks, Edenton; Mrs.
Mildred Leigh, Roper; Miss
Mary Ellen Wheeler, Edenton:
Mrs. Kathleen Byrum, Tyner;
Miss Emma Ashley, Tyner; Miss
Patsy Ashley, Tyner; Miss Lin
da Phillips. Edenton; Master
Robert Miller, Tyner; Clyde
Owens. Edenton; Albert Gray,
Edenton; Ernest Ward, Jr., Eden*
ton; Mrs. Dora Stillman, Eden-.
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MUTUAL INCOME I
.. . organised in 1933, is a I
Mutual Fund which gives I
Most attention to common
stocks Which combine
growth prdspects with a I
comparatively high divi- I
1 Mtnd Income. For a Proa- I
I pectus and a new Informa
11km Folder without cost or
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JOE THORIJT) I
UN Bank ot Edenton Bide. I
E PHOKE sm
| '*IMpiMgMMNM® 111
f" KNOW YOUR SOCIAL StOBITY 1
i Earl W. Trinkla, representative of the Social Security
j Administration, is in Edenton every Thursday at the North I
I Carolina .Employment Security Commission office in the |
•I Citizens Bank Building.
v ■ --*>i
All household employees are report is due for each calendar
covered by social security if the quarter by the end of the month
employer pays them at least ssofollowing the aid of the- quar
cash wages in a calendar quar-ter. Anyone who hires domes
ter, Household employees m-tics should remember that, there
elude maids, housekeepers and are 13 weeks in a calendar quar
gardeners who perform house-ter and that as little as $4 per
hold work in or about a pri-week paid to a domestic would
vate home. However, a domes-require that the wages be re
tic working on a farm is con- ported.
sidered an agricultural laborer
and social, security coverage for:
him is governed by the tests 1
for a farm worker.
Each employer is responsible.
for. reporting the wages of the
domestic he hires to Internal
Revenue. The social security j
tax which is sent with the re
port of the wages is paid equal
ly by the employer and the em
ployee. The employer should
deduct 3% front the worker’s
cash wages and pay another 3%
himself. These wages can be
reported on Form 941 with oth
er business employees or on
Form 942 for domestics, but the
ton; Mrs. Janet Hurdle, Hobbs
ville; Mrs. Flora Hurdle, Belvi
dere; Howard Marriner, Eden
Mrs. Shirley Bond, Sunbury;)
Mrs. Patricia Harrell, Edenton;[
Tom Jones, Hertford; Stephen
Eggleston, Edenton; Mrs. Eliza-j
bellt Myrick, Sunbury; Mrs.!
Jennie Thompson. Hertford; Mrs. !
Maggie Brudie, Hertford; Her-!
man Holley, Edenton; Mrs. Jo-|
anna Judkins, Hertford; Derrick!
Wadsworth, Edenton; Bjulahj
Wadsworth, Edenton; Kay Wads- 1
worth, Edenton; Shirley Arm-i
stead, Edenton; Irma Horton,J
Edenton; Mrs. Frances Jones,:
Births during .the same week
were: Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Bond, Jr., of Sunbury, a daugh
ter; Mr. and Mrs. James Har
rell, Jr„ of Edenton, a daugh
ter; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hobbs of
1 Edenton, a son; Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Stallings of Hobbsville, a
son; Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Hur
dle of Hobhsvilte, a son: Mr.’
and Mrs. John Wooiard of!
; Edenton. a daughter; Mr. and
: Mrs. Edward Hurdle of Belvi
; dere, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Thom
: as Bateman of Edenton, a son. j
"Pa. what’s a sinking fund?”
*'A place, my son. where they
1 hide the profits from the stock
a That’s a 6303 medium-duty Chev
rolet powered by a 283-cti.-in. VB.
But there’s sure nothing medium
duty about the load. Mr. ]. E.
Blankinship, Arkansas logging
contractor, says both of his
torsion-spring 6303% “move along
at 40 to 50 miles per hour wkh
55 ,000 pounds gross weight and
maintain a 5-trip-a-day schedtde
with no trouble at all.” Figure the
money you save when you ve got
i medium-duty truck that can
cover 30,000 back-country miles a
year with a high-tonnage load!
We’ve never seen anything like the
amount of praise truck owners are
heaping on Chevy’s new torsion
fect"the truck handles a whole lot
easier, can move faster off the road
without beating the driver to death
and shaking loose all the sheet metal.
They like the idea of extra thousand*
of mites before tradfe-inl . . . DriVfc
a ’6O Chevy just once. It’s a whole
j Chevy middleweight averages 200 miles
" of back roads a day dogging timber out
of the woods and delivering 0 to fhk
mdl at Crossed, Arkansas.
WORTH MORE MOUSE TOY WORK MMEI CHEVROLET STOMH BflJ TRUCKS
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See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer ~
George Chevrolet Company, Inc.
PHONE 2138 . 1100 N. Broad Stmt
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, APRIL fit. 1860.
A domestic can check to make |
sure her employer is reporting ;
her wages by securing a .Form |
7004 from the Social Security ■
Administration and mailing it to
Baltimore, Maryland for a state- ,
ment of her wages. If the em- j
ployer has not reported the ]
wages, the Social Security Ad- (
ministration would be glad to
assist in correcting this error.
Anyone having any questions ,
; about whether to report a do
mestic’s wages or if the wages
■ have not been reported should
contact the Social Security Ad
i ministration at 220 W. Bramble
■ ton Ave., Norfolk, Va. .
SUNDAY SCHOOL )
| Continued from Page 4, Section 2 j
* man is limited to sight alone.
I His lack of insight may be com
! pared with that of a man stand
! ing on the outside of a eathe
! dral. He looks at a beautiful j
| portrait of a saint in a stained!
] glass window as the sun re-j
fleets upon it. Hut he sees little
from where he stands. He needs
Ito stand inside, where he can
j see the light shine through the
: saint! There is nothing wrong|
! with the glass, or with the sun.!
| But plenty is wrong as to where |
he has taken his stand. From]
some positions in life, one can l
obtain no insights whatever, j
With God, one sees more than
the senses can picture alone. j
Moses 'taught, with dedication,'
that a man should not commit
i adultery. Jesus lifted the prob- 1
'lent above the physical act and
(put it in its proper perspective.
•j As a man thinks, so is he. Puri-i
t ty and chastity of sexual rela
.|tionships is an important vir-]
.'tue. Therefore Jc t suS~\vas con-,
Icerned with that which would (
I lead a man, or his home, to ruin.)
j Unchastity certainly opens thej
j door to all the other vices. Dis->
loyalty soon breeds all manner]
of sins; lies, hate, dishonor, ten
sion and broken homes all too
often follow in its wake.
The real need to preserve the
sanctity of the home does not
lie in divorce. Divorce severs
| the family -ties, but does not
really solve any problems. The!
! real need is ideals. The mind,
needs to be fed, not the flesh
Perhaps the word "'love" needs
to be defined for young people,
long before they start "going
steady.” Let us, all of us who
hold the reins of family life in
our hands, take time out to help
the adolescent understand what
constitutes love. Let him see
that it naturally does include
physical attraction. Sex is, after
all, a part of love. But love
goes further. It is concerned
with respect and admiration Os
the ideals, hopes and aspirations
of the other person. It includes
intellectual, emotional and re
ligious sympathies .and admira
tion. Spirit should love spirit.
Youth should see the differ
ence between love and lust, and
see the difference clearly. Lust
has only to do with the‘desiring
of flesh, • the possession of an
other in order, to satisfy .passion.
Marriages built on passions soon
discover that the fires burn out
We adults, as the heads of
families, have- a 'duty to carry
on the concern that Jesus ex
hibited so, dlgarly in regard tp
a pure and Christian existence.)
Let us then, be ever mindful i
of our duties.
(These comments are based on
outlines of lhe International
Sunday School Lessons, copy
righted by -the- International
) Council of Religious Education,
I and used by permission.)
! SEE US FOR YOUR
! SEED PEANUT SHELLING
;■ Ch owan Storage Go.
I L E. BUNCH, Mgr.
1 W. Carteret St. > Edenton, N. C.
j Telephone 2423
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j County News )
j The Chowan -Home Demon
stration Club was hostess to the
Ruritan Ladies’ Night at Cho
wan Community Building on
Monday night at 7:30. The club
served approximately 40 persons.
The dinner consisted of chicken
salad cold plate, peas and car
rots, apple rings, deviled eggs,
potato chips, crackers, hot roils,
butter, iced tea and strawberry
short cake. Farmville’s Walter
B. Jones, Pitt Couhty Represen
tative to the General Assembly,
spoke at the meeting.
A recreational workshop has
been held this week at Oak
Grove Community Building.
Lonnie PoWell gave training in
recreation that can be used in
Home Demonstration Clubs, 4-H
Clubs, FFA and FHA, Bible
School; also may be used with
other groups for community
recreation, picnics, etc. It was
There will be a county-wide
Music Festival at Chowan High
School Sunday, May 1, at 2:30
o’clock. Each club is to be re
sponsible- for a selection of
, numbers to be sung. Everyone
is invited to attend.
County Commissioners’ lunch
eon will be held Monday, May
2, at Advance Community House
lat 1 o’clock. This includes
County Commissioners and Club
There will be a County Coun
cil meeting, fashion and hat
show at Chowan Community
Building Wednesday afternoon,
May 4, a't 2:30 o’clock.
The Rev. Ben 'Fisher filled
the pulpit Sunday at Rocky
Hock Church in the absence of
the Rev. Thurman Allred, who
was holding a revival at Mar
ion, N. C.
The Rev. Thurman Allred and
Murray Tynch will attend the
Southern Baptist Convention at
Miami, Florida in May.
The GA Rally will be held
Monday,, May 9, at Rocky Hock
Mrs. Roland Evans attended
the Regional Training Union
convention on Thursday after
noon and evening at the First
Baptist Church, Elizabeth City. |
Annie Hollowed Circle of Bal-i
lard’s Bridge Church met on
Tuesday night of last week with
Mrs. H. L. Leary.
Mrs. M. M. Nixon was hos-1
tess to the Evans Church WSCS
on Saturday afternoon. I
S-Sgt. and Mrs. Charles 7.i-!
EDENTON, N. C.
Thursday, April 28—
LAST SHOWING i
Gregory Peck in
“DUEL IN THE SUN"
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, April 29-30 May 1-2
Rogers and Hammerstein’s
with Mitzi Gaynor. Rossano
Brazzi, John Kerr and
Ray Walston in
I'inrmaSropp, Color And
I Week-days open 7:oo—shorts,
7:30; feature 8:00. Saturday
open I:3o—Shorts 2:00: fea
tures 2:30, 5:30 and 8:30. Sun
day—Shorts 2:30 8i 8:30: fea
tures 3:00 and 9:00 P. M.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, May 3-4-5
Brigitte Bardot and
Jacques Charrier in
"BABETTE GOES TO WAR"
4'inemaSrope and Color
" Sam Snead Shows You How"
I Notice To Voters I
■ The Chowan County Hoard of Elections has appointed the I
■ following as Registrars and Judges of Election lor the l*ri- ■
■ mary and General Elections of 19(>(): I
I EAST EDENTON PRECINCT—(Court House) I
■ Mi’s. William Stokel.y Registrar I
■ Mrs. Emma Bunch 'Judge I
■ Mrs. J. M. Thorud Judge I
■ Mr. John M. Elliott Judge I
I WEST EDENTON PRECINCT- (Municipal Rldg.) I
■ Mrs. George C. Hoskins Registrar I
I Mrs. J. A. Curran Judge I
I Mr. Gus Hughes Judge I
■ Mrs. S. Francis Hicks Judge I
I ROCKY HOCK PRECINCT-(Henry lUmch’s Store) I
■ Mr. Alphonso Spivey Registrar I
■ Mr. Henry Bunch Judge I
■ Mr. W. H. Saunders Judge I
1 CENTER HILL PRECINCT (lloss Bunch's Store) I
■ Mr. Ralph Goodwin Registrar I
I Mr. Norman C. Hollowell Judge I
I Mr. Louis Monds Judge I
I WARDVILLE PRECINCT-(Herl>ert Peele’s Store) E
I Mr. T. A. Berryman Registrar I
I Mr. H. R. Peeie Judge I
I Mr. Jennings Bunch Judge ■
I YEOPIM PRECINCT—(Harry Perry’s Store) I
I Mr. T. J. Hoskins, Sr Registrar B
Mr. J. A. Webb, Jr Judge ■
■ Mr Harry Perry „ Judge ■
I Registrars Will Sit at Precinct Polling Places: B
I April 30th, May 7th and May 14th from 9:00 A. M., until B
■ sunset to register voters. V
B Registrars Will Sit at Polling Places: B
I May 21st from 9:00 A. M., until 3:00 P. M., for challenge of B
■ PRIMARY DAY. *. MAY 28, 1960 I
1 Polls Open at 6:30 A. M., and Close at 6:30 P. M. 1
I Chowan County Board of Ejections I
g l S. Chairman I
dek from Jacksonville, Fla., ar-.
rived Tuesday night to spend a
15-day vacation with her par-|
ertts, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Har
rell of Rocky Hock.
Mrs. Eleanor Overton spent
the week-end with her mother,!
Mrs. John Small and accompan-1
ied her home to spend a week'
Mrs. Minnie Corprew of Tyner
is on the sick list.
Edward Evans returned home
from Norfolk General Hospital
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FROM NOW UNTIL M
JUNE 4th W
6.711x15 Rayon Safe-Trac.... $11.95
6.00x16 Hayon Safe Trac $10.95
! 6.70x15 Nylon Safe-Trac $12.95
j 7.50x14 Nylon Safe-Trac... $14.95
! ___ (tubeless)
(all prices plus tax and ret read able lire)
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I U/ZUtfrOi I LOOK F6R THIS SI6N OF aUALITYAI „
SCOTT & ACKiSS RECAPPING CO.
West Eden Street -:- Edenton. X. C.
> PHONES: EDENTON 2688 ELIZABETH CITY 7813
Sm us about tha
audit needs involved!.
Peoples Bank &
Trust Company h
Consumer Credit Branch
sie South Broad Street
EDENTON, N. C.