Meeting For Farm
. Drainage Dec. 19
> A meeting for all landowners 1
ih the Pollock Swamp watershed
area, Canaan Temple group ditch
and other farmers with farm
drainage problems will be held
Monday afternoon, December 19,
at the Warren Grove Education
al Building at 2 o’clock.
The purpose of the meeting is
to further determine the individ
ual farm and area drainage prob
lems in Chowan County, espe-
★ SAYINGS FOR SURE ★
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cially in the above mentioned
areas. The discussion will also
include determining the best
possible ways of licking the poor
drainage problems that have
been responsible for the low
farm income throughout the
county for a number of years.
J. F. Doggett, Extension Soil
Conservationist of Raleigh and
James Griffin, District Soil Con
servationist for Chowan County,
along with Fletcher F. Lassiter,
County Negro agricultural agent,
will conduct the meeting.
TWN ew»WAN HrtALB. EDENTON. NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER IS, 1960.
A Christmas Thought—Or Two
*' Photo by Tony Vent!
Christmas will have a double meaning this year for movie
star Rita Gam. There'll be the usual decorating and gift-buying,
with Savings Bonds for family members. But the birthday of
Christ should have added significance for her after completing
her latest film, "King of Kings." This newest film story on the life
of Christ is due for release early next year. Meanwhile, Rita is
preparing to enrich her children's Christmas with United States
Savings Bonds. "I've always found Savings Bonds ideal gifts
for Christmas," she says. "And in the case of my two children,
they will have a good supply to help meet their college ex
penses when they grow up." The 32-year-old actress has been
a star of stage, screen, and television since her 'teens.
Miss Mildred Munden
Clubwoman For Year
Continued from Page 1. Section 1
interest has been in leading and
molding the lives of young peo
ple. She has been a Sunday
School class teacher and leader
of the young people for a num
ber of years.
Miss Munden is also a charter
member of the Edehton Business
and Professional Women’s Club
and has served as an officer for
several years as well as chair
man of many different commit
tees. She has headed up many
of the major projects of the club
and her attendance at club meet
ings has been almost perfect.
The program opened with the
singing of “Silent Night,” after
which Dr. L. F. Ferguson gave
the invocation A delicious tur-
key and ham dinner was en
joyed, along with the opening of
I Christmas gifts, which resulted
in much fun.
Miss Pauline Calloway, pro
l gram chairman, introduced Mrs.
j Lena Leary, who gave the ad
dress of welcome. The response
was made by Milton Bass. Mr.
i and Mrs. H. A. Campen were
| recognized as special guests and
j were presented a gift.
Special music was then pre
sented by Jakie and Robbie
Boyce, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Cameron Boyce. Robbie sang
two selections, with Jakie at the
piano. These youngsters re
ceived rounds of applause.
Following the introduction of
l other guests, the program was
turned back to the president.
Mrs. Smith introduced Miss Cath
erine Aman, secretary of the
club, who presented the qualifi
cations for the selection of the
clubwoman of the year. It was
then, the president announced,
Indy, dainty, accurate, 1/
19-jawal baauty with J'
Prkm lad. Hi. To*
J. J. Ross, Jeweler
XIS South Broad Sterol
KDKNTON, M. C.
Miss Munden as the club’s choice.
The Edenton Restaurant car
ried out the holiday spirit with
beautiful decorations, lighted
candles and a lighted Christmas
Concert Dec. 16th
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
old) is “The Toy Shop,” a fan
tasy that tells the story of the
making of toys by Santa’s toy
shop and the subsequent deliv
ery of the toys on Christmas
night by Santa.
“Three Songs For Christmas,”
another arrangement by Grun
deman, includes “Angels We
Have Heard on High,” “Bring a
Torch” and “What Child Is
“O Come, |0 Come, Im
manuel,” “The Sleep of the Child
Jesus” and “Ring Christmas
Bells” will be played from “The
Christmas Suite” by Harold Wal
Other selections on the pro
gram include marches by Alford,
King and Laas and the “Christ
mas Story,” a narrative with
music based on the Gospel ae
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SWEATERS Costume Jewelry HANKIES ... All the smart new
Yes, Mr. Santa, every lady a[ways fl . most A grand gift array of shades. In short, medium
on your is nee s an portant gift to choose to re- hankies for a thoughtful and tall lengths .. . they're
wants sweaters this Christ- mind someone of Christmas; remembrance and a won- such a f eminine flattering
mas and we’ve the sweater we have a large selection to derful addition to every , jl(
she wants most. choose from. gl f t an d care.
THE JILL SHOPPE
cording to St. Luke and St.
Soloists on the program include
Priscilla Bunch, oboist, and Bob
Powell and John Bunch, cornet
ists. Roger Lamb is narrator.
Admission to the concert is one
dollar for adults and 50 cents
Ahead Os Last Year
Chowan County farmers pro
duced a tobacco crop averaging
1,853 pounds per acre in 1960.
The 1960 tobacco yield is 269
pounds more than 1959.
B community led the county
with an average of 1,951 pounds
per acre. A community was
second with 1.835 pounds and
C community averaged 1,805
Chowan produces about 515.94
acres of tobacco. Its production
this year exceeded 956,051
LEGION MEETS TUESDAY
Ed Bond Post No. 40 of the
American Legion will m«_ .
Tuesday night. December 20, at
8 o’clock. Commander David
White urges a large attendance.
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