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District 4-H Recognition Day
will be held Saturday in Pow-1
ellsville. First place winners in
the various projects and activi
ties from the seventeen counties
in the Northeastern District will
attend. Those attending from
Chowan County are: Doris Over
ton, Doris Jordan, Carl Coston,
Joseph Twine, Oscar Fleming—
Center Hill; Brenda Johnson,
Ruby Simons, —Virginia Fork;
Mary Louise Lassiter, Jean Hall
—Warren Grove; James Taylor,
David Felton—White Oak; Mar
jorie Harris, Fred Joyner, Kel
A Bountiful Thanksgiving
Turkey first graced the
Thanksgiving table early in the
17th century. Today, almost
three and a half centuries later,
this tasty morsel has elevated
to the position of being a great
symbol of American gratitude for
the blessings of a plentiful har
vest. As the Thanksgiving sea
son gets under way, turkey will'
be King at the meat counters
across the nation. This delicious
food is as much American as is
Supplies are down from a year
ago but prices have decreased
due to efficiencies in the indus
try. Prices will vary as to size
of bird and whether or not you
choose a hen or gobbler. You
will find supplies adequate for
the demand—so take your choice
at the market of fresh or fresh
frozen birds in the size you like
1. Plump appearance with a
broad breast and short body
2. Clean, waxy skin with a
3. Well-rounded thighs and a
good meat coverage on the back
4. Pliable keel bone.
1. Bruises or discoloration
2. Thin, skinny body
3. Birds with many pinfeath
Take Care Os Turkey
Fresh turkey will keep two or
three days in the coldest part
of the refrigerator until cook
ing time. Wrap it loosely in
aluminum foil, parchment paper,
or waxed paper before refrig
Frozen turkey should be kept
frozen until it is to be cooked.
Allow sufficient time for defrost
ing. Defrost in the refrigerator.
Allow two to three days to de
frost a large, whole bird and
one to two days for the small,
Prompt cooking after thawing
is best. Stuff the bird just be
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clearance for parking and maneuver
ing, and still worked wonders with
inner space. Door openings are as
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14% higher. We’ve thought of every
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slenderizing the driveshaft tunnel.
Worked in sensible new ideas all the
way back through that huge bin of
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Chicken: Look for—
1. Plump appearance
2. Smooth, moist skin
3. Flexible breast bone
4. Few pinfeathers
5. Short body and breast indi
cating meaty bird.
1. Bruised, dry or purplish
2. Hard, dry scaly legs
3. Hard breastbone
4. Many pinfeathers.
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very people are the ones who
show the greatest lack of ap- j
preciation, perhaps because they
are so used to peace of mind |
and comfort and good health
that they take it for granted.
And on the other hand, it is
among the poor, the oppressed,
the sick, the halt and the lame
that we find the greatest appre
ciation of God's goodness. Those
who have no money with which
to buy artificial luxuries and
pleasures seem to be more keen
ly aware of all the good things
which are free. Those who live
in city streets appreciate all the
more keenly the green swards of
grass, the leafy majesty of trees, J
God’s good, clean air, when they!
are confronted with it. Those
who have come through a pe
riod of ill-health, appreciate the
surcease from pain, the return
ing feel of well-being that re
turns with good health. The
blind man, denied the sight of
this basically beautiful world,
has his remaining senses tuned
to an appreciation of the majes
ty of God’s handiwork much
more finely than those of us in
full possession of all our senses
as we go about our lives on
Let us go further into what
is perhaps the most important
admonition of our lesson. “If is
good to give thanks,” declares
the psalmist, “to the Lord.”
(Psalms 92:1). He is the author
of every good gift, 1 the giver
of every blessing. How shallow
is our gratitude if it fails to
recognize “the Giver of every
'good and perfect gift”!
Those of us who remember to
say thanks usually do not for
get God for very long. In
stead, gratitude takes us by the
hand and leads us into the pres
ence of the Creator and Owner;
of the universe, the Giver or ail
It teaches us the language of
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THE CHOWAIt HERALD, EPEHTOW. WORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17, IMP.
This One Didn’t Get Away!
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Needless io say. Inis b,? one cuan'l net away. J. P. Ricks, Sr.,
is showing a rockfish which he caught last week. The whopper
tipped the scale at 12 pounds and was caught near the Albemarle
Sound bridge while fishing with J. A. Gardner, who was less for
tunate for he came home efply-handed.—Photo by J. P. Ricks, Jr.)
faith and the vocabulary of pray
er. It puts us “on speaking
terms with God.” Therefore it
is fitting and right that once a
year we observe a day to say
“Thanks” to God for all his
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. White
visited their sister, Miss Willie
Notice To Administrators,
Executors And Guardians
The law requires an ANNUAL AC
COUNT to be made each year and an
Inventory to he filed within 90 days
after qualifying. If your Annual Ac
count, Inventory or Final Account
are past due, we respectfully urge
that you file same at once, as we are
required to report all such cases to
the Grand Jury, which will convene
at the November term of Chowan
County Superior Court, November
YOUR COOPERATION WILL BE VERY
AI i CII A RPR EC IA TED !
TOM H. SHEPARD
Clerk of Superior Court
Hurdle of Sunbury Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Adams
and Mrs. Miller of Charlotte are
guests of Mrs. Adams’ brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe White and family of Suf
folk, Va., visited in the home
of his brother, Floyd White on
Mrs. Lora Perry and Miss
Mamie Parks made a business
trip to Edenton Wednesday. \
Mrs. Joe Webb, Jr., of Eden
ton spent Sunday afternoon in
the home of her mothef, Mrs.
A. D. Ward.
Mrs. L. N. White is spending
the week in Portsmouth, Va.,
with her mother who has re
cently been a patient in Norfolk
General Hospital. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ward and
daughter, Kaye, visited Mrs.
Ward’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
T. Rogerson of Belvidere Sun
. The Rev. R. B. Cottingham is
guest preacher in a revival at
Highland Baptist Church, Jack
The Rev. Jesse Ray Mansfield
conducted services in Warwick
Baptist Church Sunday, both
morning and evening.
ATTENDS BSU MEETING
The Wingate College Baptist
Student Union attended the State
BSU meeting in Winston-Salem
over the week-end.
Miss Carolyn Dosher, dean of
women and BSU adviser at Win
gate, made the trip with the stu
dents. George Gerding, dean of
men, also accompanied the group,
which included Miss Barbara All
red, daughter of the Rev. and
Mrs. Thurman Allred.
There is too much animal
courage in society and not suffi
cient moral courage.
—Mary Baker Eddy.
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Attend Fall Congress
Dr. A. F. Downum and Dr. j
L. E. Ferguson were among 150
North Carolina vision specialists!
who attended the fall educa
tional congress of the North
Carolina State Optometric So
ciety held in Winston-Salem last
The Congress featured three of
the nation’s foremost experts in
the field of vision care. They
included Dr. William Feinbloom,
president of the New York Op
tometric Center; Dr. Arthur
Shlaifer, associate professor of
ocular pathology and optometry
at Pennsylvania State College
of Optometry, and Dr. Allen E.
Banik, famed optometrist who
authored the best-selling, “Hunza
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1 Who hath not learned that
when alone he baa His own
thoughts to guard, and when
struggling with mankind his
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—Mary Baker Eddy«.
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