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Negro Home uemMKtratwn wews
the annual 4-H Recreational
Day, which was previously
planned for July 39, will be
held Friday, August sth, at the
Canter Hill Community Build
ing, from 3 to 7 P. M. All 4-H
Club members, parents, and 4-H
Club leaders are expected to at
tend and enjoy the fun planned
The report below was writ
ten by Mrs, Mable B. Jordan,
president of the County Council
of Home Demonstration Clubs. |
The annual home demonstra
tion educational tour was held|
on July 30. We visited J. W.j
Mitchell 4-H Club Camp at'
Swansboro, N. C. It was the |
first trip for- most of the dele
gation and they were greatly,
impressed with what the 4-H
camp offers the young people.!
Far one day we saw the camp
There were 145 4-H'ers there
that week. Fifteen of this
group were from Chowan Coun
ty. Other counties camping that (
week were: Richmond. Bertie,,
Gates, Warren and Perquimans.
For most of these children, it
was their first trip to camp and,
when we asked them what they
thought of camp, neither one!
hesitated to say "I am enjoying,
it and want to come back nextj
The facilities at camp include!
eight cabins, four for boys and 1
four for girls: a bath house fori
boys: bath house for girls: artsi
and crafts building: administra-|
tion building and a dining and:
We observed the children eat-i
ing lunch. The family «kvlei
type of service is used. All are;
at the tables and,
grace is sung by all.
In the electric class the boys'
Merry Hil News
By LOUISE B. ADAMS
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Cobb
of Elizabeth City and Mrs. Vir
gie Baker made a trip to Chapel
Hill on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Davis of!
Windsor visited Mr. Davis’ par-'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Davis
Monday night. j
Mrs. Harvey Williams and
d.ughter, Julie spent last week
in Portsmouth with Mr. andi
Mrs. Bobby Pierce.
Bobby Williams of Edenton;
spent a few days last week!
with her cousin. Britt Smith
Miss Frances Co wand spent 1
last week with friends at At
J. P. Love and daughter. Nina
spent from Sunday until Thurs
day in Wingate with his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Love.
Kenneth Cobb of Elizabeth
City is spending some time with
his grandmother, Mrs. T. E.
'White. * <«•
Mrs. B. G. Willis and- Mrs.
Bettie Willis of Morehead City
spent Tuesday in Wilson visit
Mr. and Mrs. Kupert Chesson
and son. Warren of Franklin,
Va., spent Tuesday with Mrs.
Louise Adams and' Mrs. C. T.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baker and
children of Trenton, N. J.. spent
a few days last week with Mr.
Baker’s parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Love of
Wingate spent from Thursday
until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Love.
Mrs. Johnnie Keeter of Eden
ton, Mrs. Idell Loony and Mrs.
Margaret Fields of Portsmouth
spent Monday with Mrs. J. D.
Mrs. J. P. Love spent Wed
nesday and Thursday in Chapel
Hill visiting her sister, Mrs.
Totnmie Cobb who was a pa-j
heat in Chapel Hill Memorial
Hospital a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Keeter
of Edenton. Mrs. Idell Loony I
and Mrs. Margaret Fields of,
Portsmouth. Va.. and Mrst J. D.
Smithwiek spent Tuesday in
Plymouth with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. E. J. Pruden. Jr., and
children, Ellen. Edmund 111 and
Im* Marie visited Mrs. Pruden’s
grandmother. Mrs. Lena Fore
hand in Colerain on Tuesday.
E J. Pruden. Jr., and W. T.
Davis made a trip to Richmond.
Va., Thursday on business.
Mrs. Watford Phelps of Eden
ton spent from Tuesday until
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Sr., Mrs.
E. J. Pruden. Jr., and children
were in Windsor Monday on
Mrs. Daniels end
r r **• *
ll were beginning to make a toy'
rj electric motor run by a dry'
i cell battery.
■ The girls had started a pin-up i
■ lamp in the handicraft class.
I We also observed a couple of
I swimming classes.
' During the latter part of the
afternoon a free for all swim
was enjoyed by all desiring to
take a dip.
I feel that after this trip to
; camp, many of the home dem- •
j onstration ladies will take ad- ]
[ vantage of the week-end the J
• camp is made available to home <
j demonstration club members \
• and their families. ]
' Some of the YMW Club mem- <
i bers are making to at- ,
tend camp during the period set.J
(aside for YMW members from|<
| August 20 through 24.
The camp staff encourages all
. parents, leaders and others in- <
| terested in the camping program l
to visit the camp at your con- *
venience, and contact the Ex-: t
tension agents’ office for camp- 1 j
i ing schedules for adult groups. :)
’ The trip was enjoyed by alii*
attending who were: Mrs. Clara
Simons, Faye and Richard Si- j
j mons. Miss Kay Charlton. Adrian «
J and Herbert Oliver, Jr., Mrs. \
; Johnnie Bell Sessoms, Ervin \
I Sessoms, Mrs. Jessie Badhams, j
I Lynn and Shelton Badhams,! i
Mrs. Mary Nixon. Mrs. Myrtle \
! Wardsworth, Mrs. Catherine j
j Lewis. Hope Lee Gaskins, Mrs, J
i Minnie Summers. Gloria Fox- <
| well, Mrs. Carrie Brown. Mrs. <
iorena Wills. Mrs. Vadhti Twine, <
i Mrs. Angeline Leary, Mrs. Ad- <
j die Morning, Mrs. Tamar White, «
i Mrs. Ernestine White. Mrs. Lou- !
I ise Perry, Selmo Perry, Mrs.! J
j Mattie Jordan, Mrs. Mamie Fel- <
I ton, James Charlton, J. B. <
I Small. Deborah and Erie Lee J
Jordan and Mrs. Mable Jordan. <
t The Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Pin- \
nix of Ahoskie were dinner <
guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Os-1 <
car Turner on Friday night. \
Mrs. Bill Pierce and daughter, j
Frances Ann of Hobgood and <
Mrs. James Charles Cowand and J
daughter of Scotland Neck visit- ;
ed Mrs. C. T. Baker and family i
Sunday. Mrs. Viola Cowand re- ;
| turned home with them after ,
spending the week in Scotland t
nkrs. J. P Love* Mrs. Vlrgie
Baker and Mrs. T. E. White <
j visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommie >
I Cobb in Elizabeth City Sunday. ;
! Mrs. White remained to spend J
I a few days with Mr. and Mrs. <
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pruden. '
Sr., and Mrs. Chloe Byrd are J
spending a few days in the <
Pruden cottage at Nags Head. !
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Willi- J
ford spent Sunday with her <
brother and family. Mr. and !
Mrs. Loomis Snell in Creswell. J
Dennis Bowen of Churchland, <
Va.. spent Friday night with his .
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ]
and Mrs. Wesley "Skimp’- Wim- •
borne. ! •
J. W. Pierce of Kelford and ,
Mrs. Frank Overton of Wind- ]
sor 'visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray- j
mond Outlaw Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams and ,
son of Washington, D. C., and ;
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Adams and ;
daughters, Carol, Frances and
Cynthia Louise, of Phoebus, Va..
visited their sister-in-law, Mrs.
Louise Adams Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Smithwiek and son,
Britt, Mrs. C. W. Davenport and
daughter, Margaret, visited Mrs.
Davenport’s mother, Mrs. Ella
Simpson, in Raleigh Sunday.
Mrs. Gladys Outlaw and chil
dren of Edenton spent Satur
day with her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Cobb of i
Suffolk, Va., spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Cobb.
Mrs. Daisy Britt and mother,
Mrs. Berry of Rocky Mount
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Keeter and
son. Scottie spent Sunday with
their son-in-larw and daughter.
Lt. and Mrs. George Zuladek
in Norfolk, Va.
Efficiency in the clerk of
court’s office and the register of
deeds office took a boost this
week when the County Commis
sioners agreed to purchase a
Kodak Verifax Viscount copy
This machine will enable both
offices to print letters apd other
mw »t * rapid rate, thus
saving a considarable amount of
time end offering a service to
and others who have
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Trtfi CHOWAH HERALD, fcDENTuN, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, iB6O.
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