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MRS. DOUGLAS PERRY LEARY
In ithe Ebertezer Methodists
Chun*, Route 2. Littleton. N. C., j!
at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon,. J
June 19, Miss Rebecs Ann Wai'- j
ren, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. j
Frank Warren of Route 2, Little
ton, became the bride of Doug-1'
las Perry Leary, son of Mrs. 1
Herbert Lee Leary of Tyner and .
the late Mr, Leary,
The Rev, William F. Medlin.
pastor, officiated at the double j
ring ceremony’. Mrs. John H.
Newell of Henderson, N. C-, or
ganist, and Mrs, Marvin White ‘
of Hobbsville, soloist, presented
wedding music. f
Vows were spoken before bas-j
ket arrangements of yellow mix
ed summer flowers, flanked with*
spiral candelabras and palms.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore a wedding
gown of chantilly lace over taf
feta. The fitted bodice was de
signed with a scoop neckline ac
cented by iridescent sequins and
seed pearls, and long sleeves ex
tending into tapered points at
the hand. The skirt was fash
ioned with tiers of lace from
the waistline in the back ex
tending into a full chapel train.
Her fingertip veil of silk il
lusion was attached to a match
ing crown of pearls and sequins, i
She carried her Testament cen-[
tered with white orchids and,
valley lilies. 1 ,
•Mrs. Andrew Thomas Neville’
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of Enfield, N. C., was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Donald Warren, sister-in-law of
the bride, and Miss Janet Har
low, cousin of the bride, both of
Route 2, Littleton; Miss Betty
Ralph of Corapeake, niece of the
bridegroom, and Miss Eleanor
Jones of Halifax.
They were dressed in street
length sheath dresses of mint
green silk organza and Venice
lace over taffeta, styled with a
full sweep detachable overskirt.
They wore matching circular
veils attached to half-crown hats
of silk organza petals trimmed
in sprays of seed pearls. The
matron of honor carried a cas
-1 cade bouquet of yellow majestic
daisies. The bridesmaids carried
Mrs. John Branham was mis
tress of ceremonies. Lewis
Leary of Edenton, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were Stuart Warren and
Donald Warren, brothers of the
bride, both of Route 2, Little
ton; Bobby Ralph of Corapeake,
nephew of the bridegroom, and
Stuart Hollowell of Tyner.
Mrs. Warren chose for her
daughter’s wedding a street
length dress of powder blue silk
en linen and lace. Her match
ing hat was a clip crown of
silken leaf petals. She wore a j
corsage of lavendar orchids.
The bridegroom’s mother wore '
THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDEKTOH. HORTH CAROLS**, THURSDAY- JUHE 23. 1864
a dress of capri blue trimmed In
lace with matching accessories,
and also wore a corsage of lav
Following the ceremony a re
ception was held in the fellow
ship hall of the church.
The couple left later for a
wedding trip to the western part
of the state. For ‘traveling the
bride wore a mist blue sheath
Thomat Cotton with a matching
halo hat of horsehair and straw.
Her corsage of white orchids was
taken from her Testament.
The bride is a graduate of East
Carolina College. She has taught
one year at Holland High School,
The bridegroom is a graduate
of Chowan High School and
East Carolina College. He served
two years in the U. S. Army.
At present he is associated with
the Carolina Telephone and Tele
graph Company. • •<
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Tax Rate Increased
From SI.OO To sl.lO
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
of the sl.lO rate.
school budget requires 58 cents
For bonds $27,037.50 will be
required, but there is an unex
pended balance of $12,000, so
that $15,037.50 must be raised
by taxatioh, which requires 8
cents of the tax rate.
For charity, $21,198.02 is budg
eted which compares with $21,-
834.47 last year. Os this amount
$8,253.60 will come from state
and federal funds, so that $12,-
944.42 must come from taxation
which takes 7 cents of the tax
For the health budget $13,-
820.34 is budgeted. This com
pares with $13,005.30 last year
and requires 7 cents of the tax
The Welfare Department budg
et calls for expenditures of $128,-
794, compared with a budget of
$120,467 test year. Anticipated
from state and federal funds is
$108,313.04 and an unexpended
balance is $3,500 so that $16,-
980.16 must be raised and will
require nine cents of the tax
The budget for the general
county fund is $108,058, Antici
pated revenue amounts to $67,-
058 which includes $30,000 from
ABC store earnings, $13,000 from
[ costs in Recorder’s and Superior
Courts and a general fund sur
plus of $24,058, so that $41,000
remains to be raised which re
quires 20 cents of the tax rate.
The Commissioners also in
cluded $2,000 in the budget
which will be included each year
in order to meet the costs of re
valuatino of property in the
county as required by law.
The budget for forest fire con
trol calls for an expenditure of
$6,300. Os this amount the state!
will provide $4,095, so that thej
county’s part will be $2,205,
Mrs. Rowell Resting |
Before Starting Tour >
Friend of Mrs. N. K. Rowell
have received word from her
that she is temporarily resting
at Regensburg, Germany, after a
tour to Venice and through Italy. |
After a short rest Mrs. Rowell
expects to join a tour which will
travel through Spain. After that
there will be visits to the musi
cal festivals at Bayreuth and
Sallzburg as well as a visit to
Oberammergau to see the Pas
If Mrs. Rowell is able to keep
her itinerary she expects to be
back home some time around the
first of August.
20 YEARS AGO
k Continued, from Page L Section 1
which was sent to members of
Congress in which it was stated
that "the women of Edenton
most heartily endorse the pro
nouncement of great President
on June 10, 1940, that we should
promptly give all 1 possible aid
to the allies now desperately
fighting to uphold those ideals
for which America stands and
without which our lives would
seem all in vain."
According to the report of the
1940 census, Chowan County
showed an increase of only four
farms since the 1930 census.
There were 1,007 farms listed in
1940. compared with 1.027 in
1935 and 1,103 in 1930.
Miss Louise Coke, town lax
collector, reported a record tax
collection with only $190.20 un
collected out of a total of $30.-
220.11 tax levy.
Considerable interest was
aroused regarding the Town pro
viding a comfort station for visit
ors coming to Edenton. L. H.
Haskett and J. Edwin Bufflap
were appointed on a committee
to make an investigation. They
learned that complaints were
justified regarding the use of a
■shed on Water Street. They
were instructed to secure fig
ures for the project and report
back to Town Council.
Mrs. O. H. Brown announced
that she and her three children
planned to move from Edenton
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Davis left
|on a motor trip to the West
Coast, planning to visit rela
tives in Utah, Idaho, Oregon and
Paul Olsson, popular Edenton j
ratisi, celebrated his 80lh birth
day at a steak supper held in
the private dining room over!
Chappell's recreaion parlor on
Law is a good regulation in
accord with reason, issued by a
lawful superior for the common
good. —Thomas Aquinas.
Continued from Page l. Section i 1
Woodland field day will be
held at the farm of Fahey and
Carroll Byrum Friday afternoon. 1
Ryland Home Demonstration
Club will hold a bake sale at
Belk-Tyler’s store Friday after
noon, June 24, beginning «t 2
William H. Cottield, Jr„ Post
No. 9280, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, will meet Tuesday night
at 8 o'clock.
Chowanoke Council No. 54. De
gree of Pocahontas, will meet
tonight (Thursday) at 8 o'clock.
Edenton Jaycees will meet to
night (Thursday) at 7 o’clock at
the Edenton Restaurant.
Edenlon's Rotary Club will
meet this (Thursday) afternoon
at 1 o'clock at the Edenton
The Enterprise community will
hold a community development
meeting tonight (Thursday) in
the Advance Community Build
ing at 8 o'clock.
Chowan T*’be or Red Men
will meet Monday night at 8
An emergent ecTmunication of
Unanimity Lodge No. 7. A, F. &
must vital issue,
WILLIAM T. JOYNER SPEAKS OUT POR SANFORD 1. Hu! ft, mtM of <rar puMie
_ ... . . , ~ schools and the welfare of our State will be served
In the first primary I did not plead the best by the eootinoattea ©f the North Carolina Plan
cause of any candidate. I gave some counsel under a Governor favorable t© that Plan,
to John Larkins. 2. That interference with the operation of
In the second primary I expect to support the Plan by act or by speech at the State level would
end vote for Terrv Sanford These are mv dangerously incite the Federal Courts to move to
and vote tor ierry Zamora, inese are my uke charge of ever all of the
For the past six years, two special commit- 3.' That Mr. Sanfwd win cooperate fully in
tees, four attorneys general, and practically the continued operation ©f the North Carolina, Plan
all of the State’s legislators and administrative which works at the local level
leaders have prepared and have worked for a .. That Dr. Lake is net favorable to the whole
North Carolina plan which would enable our North Carolina Plan and will seek to change its
public schools to stay open and to receive framework or to shape its operation, and that this
public support The plan has worked. Not a *’»U bring disaster.
school’ has been closed. Not a court order has I hold these carefully considered ana
directed a change of pupil assignment. Not a strong opinions:
single dangerous emergency is now faced— 5. That the school isstte facing the Democratic
except the Primary of June 25th. voters on June 25th is the most dangerous, the
T . .. . . _ . . ■ most vital issue which has ever
I have lived in an atmosphere arisen in a Democratic Gubernatorial
of devotion to public schools for % Primarv in North Carolina.
more than half a century. 1 have ; c.to-u iww »«•»••* h*** ; ~ .
studied the North Carolina special : '*,,’***'?■ £: «* That the nomination of Terry
school problem for hundreds of : s>.* um : Sanfoid will best assure the contmu
hours since May 1954.1 have worked ; ?• ; anee of the peaceful operation of all
for and lived with the North Carolina 1 ■»—»*« - «•***» rmnei : of our public schools.
Plan. I have studied the speeches, » X? ? THOSE ARE THE REASONS
and the acts of the two candidates «—*>»* : WHY I SHALL VOTE FOR TERRY
for the Democratic nomination for • 2£L AIJrUIT *"* ’ mn, “: SANFORD.
Governor. * : ■—WILLIAM T. JOYNER
At an op*fne GO for tho Stafecpi the 601
1 A. M. win b* Md tonight
(Thursday) at 8 o’clock. -
| Little Activity For
Firemen In May
i Fire Chief W J, Yates reports
1 only two false alarms in
j Edenton and one woods fire cail
i ed out Edenton firemen during
t) May, For the two fake alarms
j the firemen were out one hour
i'and an hour and five minutes
j tor ti»e woods fire.
1 Tlie firemen were* on the air
. 1 ID seconds in Edenton and 19
j seconds out of town. , They trav
t e’ed tour miles in Edenton and
22 miles out of town. For 'the
out of town fire :i»U feet of hose
i‘ were laid
For the Edenton alarms 38 vol
unteers responded and 20 out ft f
1 ! During the month th’ firemen
i held one drill, answered four
J still alarms and refilled two
i fire extinguishers,
t| Only that traveling is good
i which reveals to me the value
• ’of home and enables nve to en
j joy it better, ,
ij —Henry David Thoreau.
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