f Florida Visitor
| Major Mildred E. Smith, who
it stationed at Panama City,
Florida, returned to her station
Friday after spending two weeks
tin Chowan County visiting rela-
Es and friends. She was ac
ipanied by her sister, Mrs. Ed
ker and son, Martin, who will
qpend a few days in Florida.
Returns To Windsor
' Mrs. Henderson Spruill has re
turned to her home in Windsor
after spending last week as
guest of her sister, Mrs. T. B.
5 Mr. and Mrs. Horace Johnson
of Ahoskie spent Sunday as
guests of Mrs. Johnson’s sisters,
Mrs. T. B. Williford and Mrs. W.
. Mr. and Mrs. Ned L. Miller
of Washington, N. C., spent Sun
day visiting his mother, Mrs. W.
G. Miller, at the home of his
sister, Mrs. J. Frank White. Sr.,
on West Eden Street.
Mr. and Mis. Norman Leonard
and daughters returned to their
home at Fayetteville Sunday af
ter Mrs. Leonard and daughters
had spent some time with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Miss Brenda Mooney, a mem
ber of the cast of The Lost Col-|
ony at Manteo, spent Monday
and Tuesday of this week as
guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Daniels.
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
9:00 TIL 5:30
Enjoy the 4th and the HOT Summer Days
Ahead in One of Our Summer
■ ■ DRESSES
THEY HAVE BEEN
;« GREATLY REDUCED
— Our Summer Dress
Collection . . . Styled to breeze you
through warm days in a cool, attrac
$10.95 dresses NOW $8.95
$ 8.95 dresses .. ... now $6.95
$ 6.95 dresses NOW $4.95
$ 5.95 dresses NOW $4.79
s | Big Reduction on Skirts
I l t ~J> $7.95 & $6.95 skirts .. NOW $5.95
nr ) $1.95 skil ls NOW *3.98
! j I / $3.98 skirts NOW $3.29
If l ! 82.98 skirts NOW *2.69
' Entire Stock Summer Hats Now
(V Reduced For Quick Clearance!
The JILL Shoppe
I South Norfolk Visitors
Mrs. Carlton Webb and son,
David of South Norfolk ore
visiting her mother, Mrs. Maurice
Week-end At Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kceter
spent the week-end at Nags
Attend Beauty Show
Mr. and Mrs. Max Leary, Mrs.
Edith Bufflap, Mrs. Ruth Spruill,
Mrs. Anne Jenkins, Mrs. Camilla
Driver, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Alls
brook and daughter Vickie, Mrs.
Marian Beachman, Mrs. Ineida
Walker, Mrs. Margaret White
and Miss Cherry Boyce attend
ed the Southern Beauty Show
Sunday and Monday at Conven
tion Center, Virginia Beach,
which was attended by 3,600
Return From Camp
Miss Carolyn Sadler and Miss
Linda Basnight have returned
home after spending last week
at Roanoke Christian Service
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Conger. Jr.,
and family are spending three
weeks at Nags Head.
Visit In Southport
Mr. and Mrs. James Byrum
and daughter, Linda, spent Sun
day in Southport with their son.
Edwin, who is a counselor at
Mrs. A. B. Harless. Jr., is
spending the week with her
mother, Mrs. T. T. Atkinson in
At Camp Don Lee
Hiram Mayo. Jr., and Dave
Holton left Sunday for Camp
Don Lee where they will spend
Attend District Meeting
Mrs. Watson Bell, Mrs. W. P.
Goodwin, Mrs. D. M. Reaves,
Mrs. C. W. Overman. Mr and
Mrs Raymond Tarkington and J.
Edwin Bufflap attended a dis
trict Eastern Star meeting held
at the Shrine Club at Nags
Head Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs, F. W, Hollo
well of Hertford announce the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Jeanette Kathryn Hollowell, to
Clyde Raymond Hollowell. Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R.
Hollowell, Sr., of Edenton.
The wedding took place June
11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Alphonso Elliott, uncle and aunt
of the bride. The double ring
ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Edward Stewart of Wash
ington County, assisted by the
Rev. Frank Fortcscue, pastor of
the Chowan Charge.
The bride wore blue embroid
ered dacron dress, white wreath
hat and corsage of white orchid.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Frank Taylor of Merry Hill,
aunt of the bride.
Best man was the father of
Immediately after the cere
mony a reception was held by
Mi's. Elliott and Mrs. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollowell are
making their home in Phoebus.
Here From Suffolk
Mrs. James W Wilkins and
daughters. "Candy" Smith and
Arie Lee Wilkins of Suffolk. Va..
spent Monday with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank White.
Sr., on West Eden Street. Mrs
Wilkins and Arie Lee returned
to their home the same even
ing but "Candy" remained for a
TO CHOWAN HERALP, fafaffON, NO«TW CA NOtJH A, TlfPlltoAT, JU»E 80. 1)60.
Vacation At Nagi Head
Mrs. Thomas Ward, Mrs. Rod
ney Harrell, bfcs. Scotit Harrell
I and Mrs. A. B. Harless, Jr., spent
a few days last week at Nags
J | Mrs. Mattie Paul of Washing
ton, N. C., is visiting Mr. and
I Mrs. Lonnie Boyce. ’ Mrs. Paul
visited Mrs. W. C. Miller and
Mrs. J. Frank White, Sr., Mon
South Carolina Visitor.
Fireman Jerry McLaughlin,
j stationed at Shaw Air Force
Base in South Carolina, spent
the week-end as guest of Miss
Ann Hobbs and her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Gurnie Hobbs.
The Rev. Ralph Fowlkes, John
A. Holmes and Mrs. B. G. Wil
lis are representing the Edenton
Methodist Church at the annual
Methodist Conference being held
in Rocky Mount this week.
New Joney Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Willie and
two children of Hackensack, N.
J., arrived over the week-end to
spend the summer with Mrs. Wil
lie’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Good
win had as their guests Tuesday
and Wednesday of last week, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Gentile of Holly
wood, Florida. Mr. Gentile was
formerly director of the John A.
Holmes High School Band.
WARD CLUB MEETING
The T,, ard Home Demonstra
tion Cluo met June 22 at the
club house with Mrs. Numey
Chappell presiding. Ten mem
bers answered to roll call by
giving the number of points
they had won relative to club
activities during the preceding
The club was happy to hear
the reading of the treasurer’s
report, namely that the money!
was on hand: also that a note I
had been paid in full for money
the club borrowed three years
before to finish floors of the
main room and to cover kitchen
and pantry floors. Mrs. Chap-
v * 10 to 12 Lb. Average Gwaltney Pagan Lb. FRESH LEAN
ii ,h t i* s ,cook HAMS*!™*portion^! r>
out, the first thing to do is p i
I buy the best meat ... at ** B ' LB *
phthisic s. of course .. . Butt Portion Whole CIO it '
, Choice STEAKS, ROASTS And Whole Center Slices v J/® IDitß^|C
and CHICKEN'S to SUIT the I
1 i”* sl discriminating teste. Me Gwaltnw’s All Meat (gßa .CZ& NO ««NIC WITHOUT
K,y or James will be glad pRANKS Ol<M) FRU.CH* MUSTARD
to cut them to order. * * I
CAT TC APU L Cello O C s oz. SIZE VoZ. SIZE 1 LB., ■ ©Z. SIZE
3AU dA Villi B Ba s iJJjc lie 16c 33c
gwalthey s Tor quality > OUR CHECK LIST FOR PICNICS AND BARBECUES
Sliced Bacon I 55c Ipw. SSSC- fgr._
1 1-Lb Gwaltnev’w no. 2>/j delmohte mbs. filbebts , „ „ . ' onr > », r .
1 Lb. Gwaltney s Sa l ad 303 Packers Label 303 W«wam
, rureLara Peaches Dressing ‘ lomatoes June Peas ;
• • 113 c " 32c ?; 45c 2125° * 13°
1 Mild Cheddar ®‘ oz * Minute Maid Large Morton’s . ° WTHTIT™ Fresh Local
, Cheese Lemonade PeaehPies Potatoes Peaches -
j 57» -lie s 39c ip j 31c 31 25 c
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, Pta* - w«r r«ck Pkg. of 48 l.Lh. Hop. Kntr, ' &.TJ* Rlur All Popular Sin
Whole jar Lipton’s . pkg. BarbecOe jar * _* n
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MISS PEGGY TWIDDY
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Twiddy
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter. Miss Peggy Twiddy, to
Wayland Byrum, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. V. Byrum, Sr. The
wedding will take place Sunday
afternoon, July 10, at 3 o'clock
at the Rocky Hock Baptist
pell and the treasurer, Mr?. Ja
<ob Spivey, burned the note in
the presence of members, who
were sorry there was no picture
Miss Pauline Calloway gave
one of the best food demonstra
tions ever held in the club.
Most people like green beans tout
she presented them all dressed
up and in different ways. “Re
member to grow green beans in
your gardens for canning and
freezing as well as fresh for the
table,” said Miss Calloway.
Hostesses were Mrs. Nurney:
Chappell and Mrs. A. D. Ward,:
Jr., who served delicious freezer
made ice cream and homemade
Miss Bernice Williams of Rich
Square has become associated
with Max Leary’s Beauty Shop
as a beautician. Miss Williams
has had 20 years experience" in
beauty parlor work and before
coming to Edenton she worked
two years in Florida.
| Plans Progressing
S For Ski Show - School
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Continued from Pag* 1. Section 1
cers and agents acting officially
or otherwise from any and all
claims, demands, acts or causes
Os action of every nature and
character whatsoever in law or
equity which may arise or occur
as a result of any injuries which
might be received while using
Mr. Harrell stated' that each
student will be shown how to
put on the skis and adjust bind
ings to fit the foot. With a stu
dent on the skis the instructor
will have a student to sit
back of the skis with knees
touching his chest arid am& ex
tended straight in front of him.
, en with arms straight, holdfnv
knees together the instructor w£U
hand the student the tow ’bar
and pull him to a standing po
sition. This will be done sev
eral times by the instructor un
til the student will rise i|t a
Announcing The Addition Os
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE. THE LAST TWO
YEARS OF WHICH WERE IN FLORIDA
As Beauty Operator
Leary’s Beauty Shop
715 North Broad Street
(NEXT TO BILL PERRY'S TEXACO STATION)
Hours: 9 to 5:30 Monday through Friday
Monday and Thursday Nights By Appointment
t roin l>2 to $5 Off Every Permanent
Owner and Operator
Phone 3383 Edenton
| smooth even movement. This is
the some movement as getting
up from a low chair.
As the student stands on ’ttte
skis, his body should be slightly
arched forward, knees bent and
arms straight. In about 2% to
3 feet of .water a student puts,
on skis and, wearing a life belt!
at all times, he assumes position |
as on the beach. An instructor
will hold the student straight as
he lifts the tips of the skis just
out of the water. At this timej
the driver of the boat will tight
en >the tow rope that the student
is holding and when it is set,
the driver accelerates the boat.
The skis will no doubt wobble
for a minute or two, but this'
should not worry the student,!
for . as the boat speeds up, this
will stop and the student is ski-j
ing. ■ "■T*
Mr. * Harrell is hopeful that
many wjll avail themselves of
the opportunity to learn to ski
for which there is no charge.
TRY « HERALD CLASSIFIED
Rocky Hock Team !
Plays Cotton Mfl
Rocky Hock will play Oft.
Cotton Mill team Sunday j after
noon, July 3, at 2 o'clock.
Johnnie Bass or Graham Bass,
I both south paws, Will pitch for
I Rocky Hock.
j The Cotton Miil team" will
I play Rocky Hock at the Chowan
' High Sfehool Monday night, July
|4, at 8 o’clock. Ralph Bunch dr
Zackie Harrell will be on the
fhourid for Rocky Hock. ;
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LIBRARY CLOSED JULY 4
The Shepard-Pruden Memorial
, Library will remain closed all
day Monday, July 4. Those
wanting books should keep this
! in mind.
than your yoaro
The gift of enduring
should be guarded above aH other-,
treasures. And one of the best
ways to do this is to work in dose
co-operation with your physician. .
The science of medicine, these
days, is concentrating on making
life simpler and more rewarding -
for those in their later years. Your
doctor will have many helpful;
And when you have your Elec
tor’s prescriptions be sure to brings
them to this "Reliable” pharmacy.
We can fill your spedsl needs
without delay. And at the right,
Rexall Drug Store
Two Registered Pharmacists
Phone 2127 We Deliver