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1 The Memorial Baptist Church,
• Arlington, Virginia, was the set-|
‘ ting for the August 20th marri
- age of Miss Manda Simmons,
• daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.
» R. V. Simmons of Petersburg.
• West Virginia, to Robert L.
■ Pratt. He is the son of Mrs.
J Robert L. Pratt of Edenton. and
■ the late Mr. Pratt.
5 Rev. Paul J. Harrell per
-5 formed the double ring cere*
B mony in which the bride’s fath
» er gave his daughter in marri-
» Ai reception was held after-
» The bride wore a waltz length
jj- gown of embroidered silk or-
E ganza and taffeta. The gown sea
; Hired a scalloped neckline and
• scalloped short sleeves. She
5 wore elbow length mitts. A tin
• ger-tip length veil fell from a
| crown of seed pearls. She car
• ried a spray of white carna-
F tions and magnolia leaves.
f The bride was attended by her
1 maid honorr "lVffcs "Ctfrolyri
E Laskey, who wore a street length
: gown of medium blue organza
; over taffeta with matching head
i piece and carried a spray of
■ yellow daisies and carnations.
t Harold L. Webb of Fredericks
: burg, Va.. was best man.
Charles Simmons of Char
. lottesville, Va., and brother of
k the bride, with Wayne Emminiz-
Ijer of Arlington, served as ush
: ( The bride’s mother wore a
[ Jight blue crepe dress with
• matching accessories and a cor
• sjSge of yellow roses.
■ ‘ The bridegroom’s mother wore
■ a dusty rose lace dress with
: matching accessories and a cor
■ sage of white roses.
The bride is a graduate of
J North River High School,
' : The bridegroom is a graduate
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of Edenton High School and at
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George Washington University.
Mr. Pratt is associated with
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Com
The couple will reside in Ar
20 YEARS AGO
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
returned from three weeks of
intensive training in Mississippi
Edenton merchants were plan
ning to join the rest of the na
tion ’in the observance of Na
tional Demonstration Week, a
movement to bring retail Stores
into closer touch with the pub
The degree team of Norfolk
Dodge No. 1. A. F. & A. M„
visited Edenton to confer the
third degree in the lodge room
of Unanimity Lodge No. 7,
JL TT fc A. 'tf. -
Edenton Lions and Red Men
! were lied in the playoffs in the
j city softball championship.
Edenton school trustees met in
I special session to employ two
! new teachers, one in the white
school and one in the colored
"Hayes," the original first
home of Governor Samuel John
-1 ston on the west end of the
plantation, which was in' more
or ldits of a wrecked and dis
used. 'state, was '.being "remodel
ed into a fine new residence by
its owner. Miss Sophie Wood. .
Melvin Layton of Edanton
was' ' among' 33 football candi
dates to be invited to report for
practice ai Wake Forest College.
Members of Edenton's Town!
Council were invited to attend
the dedication of a municipal j
building at Greenville.
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tKE CHOWAN HEAALE, jfMKTOW. NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1960.
, * * .. 'v*- ’’— • - --
Robinsojn New Vice
President 61 C. of C.
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
have the support and coopera
tion of other organized groups
as well as business men and the
general public. It needs the
continual support of press, ra
dio and television medias for
public expression. In short,
public relations effort is direct
ed toward and is responsible
for building a climate that is
conducive to selling the com
munity to new industry, to the
touring public and for promot
ing expansion of local business
es; to enhance our cultural and
educational facilities and in
making our community general-j
fy a' finer place in Which toi
live, work and enjoy the natural'
blessings we have inherited.
' “Common to all Chambers of
Commerce is the need f<Jr basic
research and information, the
necessity for assembling facts
and figures in a central place so
that anyorte anywhere may have
ready access to the evidence of
our community’s progressive
ness. The newly appointed
executive vice president, I feel,
is exceptionally well qualified
for all of these duties.”
Robinson has been associated
with three North Carolina state
agencies in public relations
work and in research, the De
partment of Agriculture; the
Civil Defense agency and the
Department of Conservation &
Development. He is a forth er
newspaper reporter and adver
“We believe Robinson is well
equipped," Jones said, “to work
with the various Chamber com
mittees who activate the Eden
ton Chamber of Commerce’s pro
gram of work.”
Recently Robinson attended
the Institute for . Organization
Management at the University
of North Carolina, a course of
study for Chamber of Commerce
Robinson, a resident of North
Carolina since 1'938, was born
in New York City where he
met his wife, a native Tar Heel
! who subsequently sold him rn
the many virtues of the Old
North State. He attended Bow
doin College. Brunswick, Maine,
•of which his father was an
alumnus. He is a Presbyterian
and is a member of the Sons
of the American Revolution.
VFW MEETS •TUESDAY
William H. Coffield Post No.
■ 9280, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
will meet Tuesday night, Sep
tember 6, at 8 o’clock. Com
mander John Bass urges a large
EASTERN STAR MEETING
Edenton Chapter No. 302, Or
der ‘of the Eastern Star, will
hold its first meeting of the fall
on Monday night, September 5.
This will be a very important
meeting, so that Kirs. Margaret
Bell, Worthy matron, is especial
ly anxious to ’ have a large at-
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MRS. RALPH CHAPPELL
Miss Diane Baker, daughter
ot George Baker of Colerain and
Ralph Chappell, son of Mr. and
Mifcl Arthur Chappell of Eden
ton were united in marriage
Saturday. August 27. They will
make their Home in Newport
News, Va., where Mr. Chappell
is emnloyed by the Newport
News Shipbuilding & Drydock
435 Farmers Sign
For ASC Program
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
Evans has had open ditches dug
and installed tile. In carrying
out other steps in his conserva
tion program. Mr. Evans seeds
rye as a winter cover crop. “I
find sowing a winter cover has
, caused my peanut yield to be,
much higher,” Mr. Evans said.
“Also ACP pays half of the cost
of the seed, therefore making]
me able to seed more acres of 1
cover crop and permanent pas-,
West said last year 448 farms ]
in Chowan participated in the!
Agricultural Conservation Pro-!
gram. The gross assistance re
ceived by Chowan County farm
ers through this program was
$37,122 in 1959.
To date 435 Chowan farmers
have signed requests to partici
pate in the 1960 program. The
ASC Office is open Monday
through Friday and will be glad
to accept requests for fall prac
If all farmers would carry out
their soil and water conserva
tion practices to the fullest as
Mr. Evans has done they would
fore, higher incomes. Also when
! the*' conserve their soil now it
!is for the generations of the
j future benefit stated Mr. West.
P. O. CLOSED MONDAY
Edenton’s Post Office will be
closed Monday, September 5, in
order to observe Labor Day.
There will be nt> mail delivery
in Edenton or the rural routes,
but the lobby will be open and
mail deposited in the lock box
es. Mail will also be dispatch
ed as usual.
TRY A HERALD CLASSIFIED
Goose and Duck Sea
son Will Open on
The Wildlife Resources Com
mission has announced the 1960-
1961 water fowl shooting season
and bag limits selected from
within a framework of dates and
bag limits offered by the U, S.
Fish and Wildlife Service. Fol
lowing are the dates and bag
limits on all migratory game
birds for the coming season:
Geese November 9 through
January 7, daily bag 2, possession
limit 4. -
Brant November 9 through
January 7, daily bag 8, posses
sion limit 8.
Ducks November 19 through
January 7, daily bag 3, posses
sion limit 6. (No canvas back or
redhead ducks may be taken.
Only 2 wood duck and 1 hooded
merganser allowed in the daily
bag or possession limit),
Coot—November 19 through
January 7, daily bag 6. possession
Merganser (American or Red
Breasted)—November 19 through
January 7. Daily bag 5. pos
session limit 10, singly or in
combination of both kinds and in
addition to other ducks.
Shooting hours for geese and !
brant are from half an hour be 1
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'fore sunrise to sunset including
j opening day. The same hours
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i gansers except that an opening
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from noon to sunset.
Marsh Hens (Rails, Sora and
Gallinules) September 1
through November 9. bag limit
tor sora 25 daily and 25 in pos
j session; for rails and gallinules
15 daily, 30 in possession singly
jor in combination. Shooting
j hours will be from one-half hour
j before sunrise to sunset.
Woodcock November 24 i
through January 2. daily bag 4. !
| possession limit 8, shooting hours j
from one-half hour before sun- !
rise to sunset.
Wilson’s Snipe—November 24
; through December 23. daily bag
and possession limit 8. shooting■
j hours from one-naif hour before
j sunrise to sunset.
Doves—September 10 through j
| October 15 and December 12!
| through January 14. daily bag j
] 12, possession limit 24, shooting j
j hours noon to sunset.
SALES TAX COLLECTIONS
According to The Retailer,
j published monthly by the N. C.j
Merchants Association, sales taxj
collections in Chowan County lorj
; June. 1960. amounted to $12.-.
| 784.47. This compares with 513.-J
; 151.01 for the previous month;
and $12,666.55 for June. 1959. i
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RED MEN MEET MONDAY
Chowan Tribe No. 12. Improv
ed Order of Red Men. will meet
Monday night, September 5, at
8 o’clock. Alton Shaw, sachem
of the tribe, requests a good at
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WSCS MEETS TUESDAY
The Woman’s Society 1 of
Christian Service of the Mgtlicr
dist Church will meet Tuesday
night, September 6, at 8 o’clock.
The meeting will be held at tlig