Gavin, Republican Candidate
: For Governor, Visits Edenton
Robert L. Gavin of Sanford,
Republican candidate for Gov
ernor of "North Carolina, was a
visitor in Edenton Monday
morning. Mr. Gavin, together |
with practically all state Re-j
publican candidates, stopped over |
in Edenton while on a tour of
Eastern North Carolina.
Among the other candidates in
the caravan were: David L.'
Morton, candidate for secretary,
of state; Dallas M. Reese, can-1
didate for state auditor; Freder- 1
ick R. Keith, candidate for state
treasurer; Mrs. Walter Zachary,
candidate for public instruction;!
Donald L. Paschal, candidate for
attorney general; A. H. Farmer,'
candidate for Commissioner of
Agriculture; T. Paul Messick,’
candidate for commissioner of la- ■
bar; Julian E. Cameron, candi-'
date for commissioner of instir
Edenton Woman’s Club Plans
For Outstanding Fall Activities
Two big events for children
will be staged the last of Octo-]
ber by the Edenton Woman’s |
Club. The annual Halloween
Party will be held Monday Oc
tober 31, and the Barter Players
of Virginia have been engaged
to present the fairy tale, “Rum
pelstiltskin” Saturday night, Oc
Plans for these events and
others during the month were
made at the October meeting of
the club held last week at the
Mrs. J. D. Elliott, president,]
announced that the club has
been awarded a certificate of
appreciation by the American
Cancer Society for the work
done by the club for the last 13
years in the cancer crusade.
The club went on record as
Opposing paid television with a
Notice To Voters
The Chowan County Board of Elections has appointed the
following as Registrars and -Judges of Election for the Gen
eral Election of 19G0:*-
EAST EDENTON PRECINCT—(Court House)
Mrs. William Stokely Registrar
Mrs. Emma Bunch Judge
Mrs. J. M. Thorud .Judge
Mr. John M. Elliott Judge
WEST EDENTON PREClNCT—(Municipal Bldg.)
Mrs. George C. Hoskins Registrar
Mrs. J. A. Curran Judge
Mr. Gus Hughes .Judge
Mrs. S. Francis Hicks
ROCKY HOCK PRECINCT—(Henry Bunch’s Store)
Mr. Alphonso Spivey Registrar
Mr. Ervin Bunch Judge
Mr. W. H. Saunders Judge
CENTER HILL PRECINCT—(Ross Bunch’s Store)
Mr. Ralph Goodwin Registrar
Mr. Norman C. Hollowell Judge
Mr. Louis Monds Judge
WARDVILLE PRECINCT—(Herbert Peele’s Store)
Mr. T. A. Berryman Registrar
Mr. H. R. Peele Judge
Mr. Jennings Bunch Judge
YEOPIM PRECINCT—(Harry Perry’s Store)
Mr. T. J. Hoskins, Sr Registrar
Mr. J. A. Webb, Jr Judge
Mr. Harry Perry Judge
Registrars will sit at precinct polling places:
October l#th, 22nd and 29th from 9:00 A. M., until sunset to
Registrars will sit at precin2t polling places:
November st£ from 9:00 A. M., until 3:00 P. M., for challenge
of any elector.
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ELECTION DAY ... NOVEMBER », 196 f
r Open at 6:30 A. M., and Oose at 6:30 P. M.
Chowan County Board of Elections
; L. a BYRUM, Chairman
ance; Paul C. West, candidate
for associate justice of the Su
preme Court; Kyle Hayes, can
didate for the U. S. Senate, and.
Zena O. Ratcliff, candidate for]
congress from the First Con-,
The group met at the foot of
Broad Street, where Mr. Gavin j
spoke briefly during which he'
pointed out that he believes in |
a two-party system and thati
Eastern North Carolina has been |
greatly neglected by the Demo
cratic Administrations and that j
if elected he promised to try to
do something about it. He said
he had Republican votes but was
seeking to win votes from Dem
ocrats. Those in the party
mingled among a small group
of Edenton people, shaking
hands, introducing themselves
and solicited support in the gen
eral election in November.
resolution to be sent to Repre
| sentative Herbert C. Bonner.
Arrangements to conduct spe
cial educational classes at the
John A. Holmes High School,
provided enough people are in
terested in the courses, were an
nounced by Mrs. W. E. Bond,
I Jr., education chairman.
Nineteen members of the local
club, including all the officers,
planned to attend the District 16
Woman’s Club meeting at Nags
' Head Ocober 12.
A program of color slides,
“The American Idea,” featuring
the Celanese House was shown.
A door prize of a dress length
of Celanese material was won by
Mrs. Tom Hopkins.
Guests at the meeting were
Mrs. Archie B. Fairley, Jr., and
Mrs. Earl G. Harrell.
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~. whateven and wheneven the JsrSh.
NAVY BUILDS, A TUNNED SUNVEYON
BEGINS THE JOD. EDOM HIS ACCUNATE t 'WmJ /KV3HO''
SUNYEYS, THE CONSmCTtOH CHEWS |
CAN am AN AINSTUN DVT Os A I.* I
JUNGLE, BUILD A BASE ON THE ANTIC • —-JtF
ICE, ON NUN A NOAD ACNOSS A' g
To Meet Weldon
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
could have easily ran their to
tal number of points even high
er, but for the fact that the sec
ond string was used in most of
the games after the Aces held
a commanding lead.
The Aces’ victims thus far in
clude Camden, Roanoke Rapids,
Wallace-Rose Hill, Williamston,
Scotland Neck and Elizabeth
The Edenton band and cheer
leaders will be on hand for the
game to add color and enter
tainment for the spectators.
Advance 4-H Club
Wins Booth Honor
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
The Advance Home Demon
stration Club took first place
honors in the adult division
with Yeopim Home Demonstra
tion Club, second, and the Cho
wan Community Development
combined planning committees
A white Yorkshire hog was se
lected grand champion in the
swine division. The hog, owned
by Joey A shell, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carlton Asbell of Tyner,
was won in a FFA judging con
test last spring.
CENTER HILL CLUB MEETS
Center Hill Home Demonstra-J
lion Club met lor its September
meeting at the home of Mrs. H.
T. Hollowell. Ten members an
swered the roll call. Mrs. B. P.
Monds, president, made several
i uinouncements of interesting
| events and the group completed
plans for operating the conces
sion stand at the Chowan Coun
ty Fair. Mrs. Monds also wel
•omed Mrs. Herbert Dale, Mrs.
I Carey Hollowell, Mrs. Thomas
Corprew and Mrs. E. N. Elliott,
-ill of Chowan Home Demonstra
■ ion Club. These ladies were
making up a meeting lost during
•lie year. j
Miss Pauline Calloway, Home!
Economics Agent, led a discus
sion on window hardware, show-'
ing various kinds of rods and
window equipment and the use
of each type of rod for a spe
cial window effect.
During the social hour Mrs.
Hollowell served refreshments
Which were much efijoyed. Mrs.
Roy Lane will be hostess in Oc
She “Doesn’t a still, small
voice tell you when you do
He—“No, a loud, large voice
'nes —T’m married.”
It Qfawlf) presents the stories at ’I
n coming! 1
I (fISD ORI6IHM. I
I % SALE
CRUTCHES FOR RENT
Rexall Drug Store
Two Registered Pharmacists
Pfaona 2127 Wa Dalivar
j \ 20 Years Ago
i Continued from Page I—Section 1,
tire city administration under
the jurisdiction of Town Coun-.
cil as well as providing for a|
police commissioner and a firej
Edenton Lions Club announced
the sponsoring of a jubilee in
' order to raise funds to clear
outstanding debt on the athletic
After being out of their quar-'
lers six .months. County Agent
N. K. Rowell and Home Dem- (
onstration Agent Miss Rebecca
Colwell, moved back to the Post
Office building after repairs
Chowan County Commission
ers requested the night patrol-,
man to inspect the Court House
after various meetings held at!
night when it was necessary to'
have fire in the old coal stove.
First District Democrats held
a rally at Hertford at which J.
M. Broughton made the princi
pal address. He was introduced
by Richard D, Dixon of Edenton,
advisory committeeman for the
A drive was started by C. L.
McCullers to raise about SI,OOO
' to properly equip the high school
In the drive to wipe out slot
machines in Chowan County,
Recorder Court Judge J. N. Pru
den lined Joe Calcutt. slot ma
chine chieftain from Fayetteville,
S3OO, with S2OO sliced off pro
Hundreds Saved Money Last Week
»m Golden Jgr
Our HARVEST Sale Is Your Time
To Save On Real Bargains!
Hurry on down and take advantage of the thousands of
items we are offering... Every department is cheek full of
the best bargains we have ever offered to you... each item
we have on sale will save you money. This is your oppor
tunity to really give the family budget a break - prices are
really cut for this gigantic Golden Harvest Sale!
REMEMBER: WE ARE OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS AND
EACH SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 OCLOfcK.
' vided Calcutt refrained from;
i renting illegal machines for a'
period of two years.
Drops October Ist
Cotton production in North
Carolina is forecast at 275,000
bales of 500 pounds gross weight!
by the North Carolina Crop Re
porting Service. This forecast,
based upon reports from grow
ers and ginners as of October 1,
is 5,000 bales below the Sep-i
tember 1 forecast.
Production of 275,000 bales
from the current crop would be
14.6 percent less than the 322,-,
000 bales harvested last year and
27.0 percent below the 10-year j
average production of 377,000!
. . . WILL TRAVEL!
ROTARIAMS MEET TODAY
• Edenton Rotafiani will meet|
this -(Thursday) 1 afternoon at lj
o’clock in the Parish House.
The program will be in charge.
Of' President Elton Forehand,
who requests every Rotarian to
CHECK THESE NUMBERS;
YOU MAY BE THE
These are the numbers that were
. I r ' / ' j
drawn during our showing of the
new Buick, Oldsmobile and Pontiac.
Each one good for tank of gas, a
change of oil and grease job.
COLONIAL MOTOR CO.
EDENTON, N. C.
RED MEN MEETING ■—*
j Chowan Tribe No. 12, Imprbv-'
'ed Order of Red Men, will meet
, Monday night, October 17, at
7:30 o’clock. Alton Shaw, sa
chem of the tribe, requests a