[ Berry 18 News]
| By LOUISE B. ADAMS
Kaye White spent Sat
urday night with Priscilla Top
ping in Newport News, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Small.
Jr., and family of Edenton ar '
Mr. and. Mrs. Ben Evan- 1
boy# of Norfolk, Va., visited dir. ]
and* Mrs. Chet White and . mi
Mr. and Mrs Ben Eva-is and
Ws of Norfolk, Va., spent a!
few days visiting Mr. Evans’
brother -in-law and s -ter, Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Evans, Jr.
Miss Mershon Dav s of Golds
boro;, was guest in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White a few
day# last week.
Gene White of Washington, D.
C„ spent a few days at home
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Davis of Elizabeth City
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i
Arthur Davis Friday.
I Miss Nancy Pruden of Wilson
spent a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. B. G. Willis last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boss .T.vncn j
visited Mr. Tynch’s brother-in- |
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. |
Walter Miller in Edenton Tues
Mrs. Raymond Outlaw, Mrs.
H. \R. Outlaw and Mrs. J. D.
Smimwick were in Edenton
MrS. Chet White and daugh
ter, Anna Raye and Mrs. C. T. 1
Baker were shoppers in Edenton
D. P. Mizzell and daughter,
Betty visited Mrs. C. T. Baker
Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Davis of
Columbia. S. C., arrived Friday
to spend the holidays with Sgt.
Davis’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
Patrolman Wayne Keeter of
Rocky Mount spent Tuesday and
Wednesday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Cliff Keeter.
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Smith
wick of Newport News, came
in Friday night to spend the
holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Smithwick and
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Layton.
Mr. tmd Mrs. Cliff Keeter and
son, Scotty spent Christmas day
with Mr. Keeter's brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Norwood
Bailey and daughters at Virginia
Mrs. Kenneth Spivey a riel Mrs.
Paul Davis were.in’Edcnton Sat-,
urdfly running last minute er
“Skimp” Winborne and Mrs.
Winbome and Mrs. Sue Britt
were in Edenton Thursday night
and visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Britt and family.
Joan Goodwin of Edenton
spent Friday night and Satur
day with her cousin, Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis visit
ed Mrs. Davis’ parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Altman in Portsmouth,
\ JOE THORUD SAYS:
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J I 'Uride the company «ith new
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1 Mk MM 8 8% K
j Wins Mercury Motor In Contest I
Presentation of a 45 horsepower Mercury motor, won in the Gulf
Cil Company's "Put a Hat In the Ring" contest held during the
summer, was made last week. Winner of the motor was W. M.
Cozart (leti). The local Mercury dealer, Guy Hobbs of the Hobbs
Implement Company, is shown at right. The contest required in
dicating who a person would like to see nominated for President
and, in 25 words or lass, why. The motor won by Cozarl included
electric starter, 15-foot remote controls and an aluminum pro-
Photo fcv J. P. Ricks, Jr.)
Va., Sunday afternoon.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Davis on Christmas Day
were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis,
Mrs. Kenneth Spivey and boys,
Ken and Kerry, Sgt. and Mrs.
Paul Dayis of Columbia, S. C..
and Mr. and Mrs. James Davis
and son, Jimmie of Windsor.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cobb of,
Washington, D. C., and Mrs. 1
Belle Bowen of Newport News, !
Va., visited friends in the com- 1
munity Saturday and had lunch
with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Pruden.
Miss Milly Phelps of Roxboro
spent the holidays with her sis
ter, Miss Celia Phelps and other
Johnnie Keeter of Edenton
visited his sister-in-law, Mrs. J.
D. Smithwick Thursday.
Tommie Cobb and sons, Tom
and Kenneth of Elizabeth City
spent Christmas Day with Mrs.
T. E. White and Mrs. Virgie
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Pruden, Sr., were Mr. and
Mrs. Owen Barfield and children,
Marilyn Kay, Mafcia and Randy,
Mrs. Chloe Byrd, Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Pruden, Jr., and children,
Ellen. Edmund 111 and Marie.
Mr. and Mrs. George Oliver
and family of Cary, Mr. and
Mrs. Dewey Crabtree of Raleigh
spent the holidays with Mrs.
Oliver and Mrs. Crabtree’s mo
ther, Mrs. Sallie Adams and
brother, Sammie Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Barfield
and children, Marilyn Kay. Mar
cia and Randy left Sunday after
moon to spend a few days visit
ing their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Noah Small and Mr. and Mrs.
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Barfield in LaGrange.
Judy Smithwick, who nurses
at Rex Hospital, spent the holi
days at home with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smithwick
and sister. Ann.
Marvin Cobb of Dover, Delar
ware spent the Christmas holi
days with his mother, Mrs. Lloyd
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rhea and
! Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Williams
1 and daughter, Lynn of Ahoskie
visited Mrs. Rhea's and Mrs.
, Williams’ mother, Mrs. Lloyd
j Cobb Christmas Day, also their
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
j Mrs. Braxton Cobb.
' Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rhea of
j Franklin, Va., visited Mr. Rhea’s
j grandmother. Mrs. C. T. Baker
jand aunts, Mrs. Viola Cowan and
. Mrs. Louis Adams on Monday.
| Jerry Cowand of Newport
I News. Va., spent the Christmas
i holidays at home with the S. V.
* Cowand family.
j Mr. and Mrs. Watford Phelps
l and children of Portsmouth, Va..
! spent Sunday night and Monday
[with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis.
J Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
! Raymond Outlaw Christmas Day
| were: Mrs. H. R. Outlaw. Mr.
iand Mrs. H. G. Cobb and ehil
. dren. Brenda Outlaw, also Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Outlaw and son
I and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harrell
] and children o' Edenton.
HI) County Council
i ■ M ce * s January 4th
] Continued from Page L Section 1
named the greatest show on
earth because there arc more
heads of nations gathered to
gether for this meeting than
there has ever been before.
There is a greater need today
for a stronger UN than before
because the peace of the world
actually stands behind the UN.
There are 99 member nations
and these nations are striving for
world peace and'as long as they
•work together and have a mu
trual understanding with each
other, they hope to maintain this
The UN is organized so as to
draw all nations closer together
for the purpose of ensuring
peace by preventing a surprise
attack on any nation, for peace
ful settlement of all interna
tional disputes and to advance
the economic and social well
being of all people. If these
things are accomplished there is
a much better chance for peace
than if each nation just did as
Thei-e are six organs of the
UN. They are Security Council,
Trusteeship Council, Economic
and Social ouncil. General As
sembly, Secretariat and the In
ternational Court of Justice,
which meets at the Hague.
Each of these organs has a
very important function and
delegates from the 99 member
nations meet at the UN to make
proposals for disarmament, aid
to other nations and assistance
as it is needed by underdevel
It is very important that the
UN move forward in an effort to
maintain peace and we should
give our support to the UN by
keeping ourselves informed
about the functions and deci
sions of this great organization.
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For AF Academy
Continued from Page 1 Section 1
rado Springs, Colorado, at the ’
foothills of Rampart Range of j
the Rocky Mountains. Upon ]
successful completion of all pro-1
grants offered at the Academy i
will entitle Erwin as a cadet to!
graduate with a Bachelor of,
! Science degree.
j No one can take the entrance
: examination and be considered
for an appointment to the Acad
, enty unless officially nominated
as a candidate.
The Congressmen spend con
, siderable time in screening their
j A composite score will be de
termined for each candidate who
, qualifies for entrance examina-
| tions. The composite score
j which includes all entrance ex
| animation scores, previous aca- 1
I demic achievement, a score of
I extra curricular activities, and a
j rating based upon recommenda
tions of school principals and
teachers. The candidate with 1
, the highest composite score will
i be offered the appointment.
,* Erwin is a member of the
1 Senior Class of 1961 at John A.
Holmes High School. He is a
member of the National Honor.
Society and other activities in-]
elude: Treasurer of the Senior
Class, 1960 marshall, secretary
and treasurer of the Monogram 1
j Club, art editor of the school
j annual, news editor of the school 1
, newpaper, was a regular guard 1
for the Edenton Aces, president
of the Methodist Youth Fellow- ]
ship, member of the Methodist
i Adult Choir and president of his
Sunday School class.
Dedication Day At
| Rocky Hock Church
i Continued from Page 1, Section 1,
j Leon Evans, Becky Harrell. Lo
-1 retta Bunch, Mary Alice Perry
and Esther Layton. From John
A. Holmes High School. Ronald
Bunch, Tommy Privott, Maryj
College students are Barbara
Allred. Wingate College; Janet
i Parrish, Faye Ober. Betty Bunch
land Kathryn Tynch. students at
i East Carolina College; Emily
i Leary, Campbell College: Betty
Ann Harrell, Baptist Hospital
, School of Nursing: Ruth Learv.l
Baptist School for X-ray Tech-!
! nicians, and Joe Nixon, .Chowan <
Aces And Acelets
! To Meet Chowan
Continued trom Page 1, Section 1
games before the holiday break.
I Jerry Tolley came on strong
in the second half and scored 18
points in sparking the Aces to
■their resounding win over the
boys from Hertford. Tolley had
20 points for the night. Bobby
Stokely, who was neglected
; when the Indians turned their
1 attention to stopping Tolley and
Bill Goodwin, scored 15. Good
win had 11, Wayne Griffin 6 and
Fred Britton 5. Frank McGoo
gan led Perquimans with 19
The Acelets’ two scoring lead
ers. Beverly Morgan and Sara
Relfe Smith, fought a close
battle for scoring honors in the
girls' victory. Morgan finished
i with 23 while Smith had 22.
] Most of their 45 points came in
the first half, for the reserves
' played a greater portion of the
last two periods,
i Mary Anne Overton followed
the leaders with 10 points. Re
serves Irene Spencer and Ann
Wells each had four and Sue
Bunch scored tw'O.
William H. Coffield Post No.
9280. Veterans of Foreign Wars,
will hold a got-together meeting
Saturday night at the post home.
The affair will be climaxed by
a dance and all members and
their wives are cordially invited
I am unwilling to die, but I
care not if 1 were dead.