AROUND THE FARMS
WgJIN CHOWAN COUNTY!
1 By C. W. OVERMAN. Chowan County Aflent j
. 73« .. i
[ ¥otk Cnttlng ana Curing Dem-1
lonttration H«xt Wednesday . .
'There is. an art in proper kill-'
ing, cuttihg out, curing and stor-|
ing pork tor the home meat sup-i
ply. Proper timing of these
phases is very important and al
so doing each phase correctly, j
D*. John A. Christian is a'
meats ekpert, if there is’ cne.j
He not e*d.y knows meat from!
the research angle, but he also!
knows it through experience. |
On Wednesday morning, Jan
uary 11, at 8:30 o’clock, at Bris-j
toe Perry’s in Adyance Com-'
munity, Dr. Christian will con-j
duct a demonstration and dis-i
Cussion oh when to kill hogs,'
when and how to cut them out,
hoW to c&re the cuts, and how
to store your meat and protect it
H you have had meat prob-
or want to learn more
atSbut taking care of your meat
supply, ybu are invited to attend
Important Po.tock Swamp Wa
tershed fleeting: A very import
ant meeting. Os the landowners
of the Pollock Swamp Watershed
will be held at the County Court
House in Edenton at 2:30 o’clock
Friday afternoon, January 6.
There are several questions
the landowners need to answer
for the planning party: Does
the location of any of the pro
posed dsfhals need to be chang
ed? On which side of the new
canals should the firt be placed?
Where ate bridges or culverts
needed on project ditches? And,
there 'may be other questions to
This is very important to you
landowners in the watershed
and is your opportunity to help
plan these features like you
want them. Remember: Fri
day afternoon, 2:30 o’clock, at
the Court House.
County Farm Bureau Meeting:
The executive board of the
County Farm Bureau has sched
jfgfe - :yt : :
STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON Qj
/o yO^^P uu^t^ |
DISTILLED a BOTTLED BY Jill
ANCIENT ACE DISTILLING CO.
STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON WHfSKFY, 86 PROOf
ANCIENT AGE DISTILLING CO* FRANKFORT, KY,
1 uled tne January memoersnip
I meeting for Tuesday night, Jan
uary 10, at 7:00 o clock at the
J Advance Community Building.
I This is a dutch dinner meeting
and; each member who plans to
attend should notify President
j Woodrow Lowe by Saturday,
'January 7, so that he can plan
' meals accordingly.
President Woodrow is making
, a strong effort to put some real
| life into our county organization
: this year. He and his executive
! board are planning an active
j year. Let’s attend this meeting
i and give them our full support.
County News 1
By MRS. ROLAND EVANS J
A memorial service was held
. Sunday morning at Rocky Hock
! Baptist Church in memory of
' members who passed away last
year. Special music was ren
dered by Miss Becky Harrell and
lighting of candles, one for each
The youth had charge of ser
vices Sunday recognizing college
and high school students. Pre
siding was Tommy Privott; chor
ister, Donald Forehand; recogni
tion of students; prayer, Wayne
Bunch; reading of Scripture, Joe
Nixon; special music, girls’ choir;
messages: “Choosing A Compan
ion,” David Allred; “Choosing A
Career,” Gerald Harrell; “Choos
ing A Christian Character, Zack
ie Harrell; “Choosing Christ,”
College students recognized
[ were: Barbara Allred, Wingate;
i David Allred, Wake Forest; Bet
ty Bunch, East Carolina; Carroll
Copeland, Belmont; Betty Ann
; Harrell, Baptist Hospital School
of Nursing; Gerald Harrell, East
: Carolina; Zackie Harrell, N. C.
■ State; Emily Leary, Campbell;
Ruth Leary, N. C. Baptist Hos
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON. WORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. JANUARY 5, 1961.
pital School of X-ray Tech
nicians; Joe Nixon, Chowan Col
lege; Faye Ober, East Carolina; 1
i Janet Parrish, Beauty School;
I Kathryn Tynch, East Carolina. |
High School seniors from Cho- 1
wan High School recognized
I were: Loretta Bunch; Leon Ev-j
ans, Donald Forehand, Becky j
Harrell, - Herman Harrell, Ester i
Layton, Mary Alice Perry. From
Edenton High School: Ronald
Bunch, Tommy Privott, Mary
Ushers for morning services
were: Leon Evans, chairman.
Ronald Bunch, associate chair
man, Graham Bass, Malcolm
Bunch, Wayne Bunch and Jim
On Sunday evening the Rev.
Carroll Copeland brought the
message. High school students
presented special music.
Mr. and Mrs. Hallett Perry,
Ronnie and Hal visited Mrs.
Edith Perry and Mrs. Evans on
Mrs. Dixie L. Nixon is a pa
tient in Chowan Hospital.
Mrs. Martha Bass is in Cho
' wan Hospital.
j Joe Tynch celebrated his 83th
! birthday Sunday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Butch Zodiah
| visited Mr. and Mrs. Gurney
Harrell during the holidays,
j Miss Margaret Raines visited
in the county during the holi
Stanford Perry of Suffolk, Va.,
, spent New Year’s at home witli
i his mother.
i Family Ni,ght will be observed
at Rocky Hock Church tonight
i (Thursday) at 7:30 o’clock.
, Chowan High School PTA
j held a meeting Monday night,
j Chowan Home Demonstration
| County Council met Wednesday
i afternoon at Hotel Joseph Hewes
j ball room at 2:30 o’clock.
WMU Mission Study Institute
at Reynoldson Baptist Church
January 26 at 10:30.
Chowan Home Demonstration
Club,meets January 9 at 2:30 in
the Chowan Club House.
Brotherhood Executive Com
! mittee meeting Thursday night,
j The meeting will be held with
I Brother Henry Bunch.
j Elementary School
Lunch Room Menu
Menus at the Edenton Ele
mentary School lunch room for
the week beginning January 9
will be as follows:
Monday: Luncheon meat, toss
salad, sandwich bread, green
beans, chocolate pudding, milk.
Tuesday: Hamburgers, dried
California beans, candied yams,
butter, peach pie, milk, school
Wednesday: Beef vegetable
Better Shopping Service For
Oiir Customers. More Leisure
/sfcy Time For Our Employees!
BEGINNING JANUARY Ist ALL BELK-TYLER
mg/'. STORES IN EASTERN CAROLINA WILL OP-
X iStl w ERATEON THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE FOR
XfeTvi-A THE BENEFIT OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND
t*y OUR EMPLOYEES:
Store Hours'Open 9 A. M. Close 5:30 P. M.
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Alb?
Close At 9 P. M. Saturday Nights
BEGINNING NEXT WEEK THE EDENTON STORE /^\
WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY THROUGH
OUT THE ENTIRE YEAR!
BELK-TYLER FEELS THAT THEY HAVE A VERY DEFINITE RESPONSIBILITY TO THEIR CUS
TOMERS TO PROVIDE SHOPPING FACILITIES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK DURING REGULAR
BUSINESS HOURS. THEREFORE, OUR STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL DAY ON WEDNESDAYS
AS WELL AS THE OTHER DAYS OF THE WEEK. HOWEVER. ALL OUR REGULAR EMPLOYEES
WILL HAVE A FULL DAY OFF FOR RELAXATION.
5-DAY WORK WEEK FOB ALL REGULAR EMPLOY
EES... AT A NEW MINIMUM WAGE SCALE FOB EM
tALL REGULAR BELK-TYLER EMPLOYEES WILL WORK ON A 3-DAY . . .
411-HOUR WEEKLY BASIS AT A NEW MINIMUM WAGE SCALE. THIS WILL
GIVE OUR PEOPLE A FULL DAY OFF EACH WEEK FOR LEISURE AND
RELAXATION INSTEAD OF THE CUSTOMARY HALF-DAY PERIOD.
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AT BELK-TYLEB S
★ 5-DAY...40 HOUR WEEK
★ NEW MINIMUM WAGE SCALE
★ FREE HOSPITALIZATION PLAN
★ FULL 2-WEEK VACATION PERIOD
★ PROFIT SHARING RETIREMENT PLAN
★ FULL WEEK SICK LEAVE
★ GENEROUS DISCOUNT ON MERCH ANDISE
★ FREE LIFE INSURANCE POLICY
★ FREE WEEKLY DISABILITY COMPENSATION
Shop Every Day Vi ith The Thrifty At Belk-Tyler’s!
m BELK-TYLER’S of Edenton m
j soup, pimento cheese sandwich-]
I cs, crackers, block cake, milk.
I Thursday: Roast turkey, gib-j
! let gravy, creamed potatoes,
i school baked rolls, butter, turnip
greens, cranberry sauce, apple
1 sauce, milk.
| Friday: Fish sticks, cole slaw,
potato salad, milk, corn bread,'
lemon custard, butter.
i ; |
Jehovah’s Witnesses i
j Convention Jan. 6-8
! Seventeen delegates from the
Edenton congregation of Jehov
ah’s Witnesses plan to attend
the circuit convention to be hold
at Virginia Beach January 6-8. |
More than 750 delegates from
21 congregations, including 14
from North Carolina are expect- 1
ed. The meeting will be held i
at the Convention Center on!
Pacific between 19th and 20th'
streets. Sessions will begin Fri
day evening, January 6th at 6:45
and continue through Sunday |
until 6:00 P. M.
The convention’s climax wills
be a public discourse by H. L.
Brissett, district supervisor. Sun-:
day, January Bth, at 3:00 P. M.,
| The subject of the address will j
| be: “Is God Interested In The]
! Affairs Os Men?” All sessions ]
; will be open to the public.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED J
The forthcoming marriage of
Miss Katherine Ann Cayton to
Allen Curtis Humphreys, son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Humphreys
j of Memphis, Tenn., is announced
by her guardians, Mr. and Mrs.
: Fred Keeter of Memphis. Miss
1 Cayton is formerly of Edenton.
i The wedding will take place
, Saturday, January 14, at the
home of the bride-elect’s sister,■ > -
with the Rev. Mark H. Harris "
The teacher had been reading
to the class about the great for
ests of America.
“And now. boys,” he announc
ed, “which one of you can tell
me the pine that has the longest
and sharpest needles?”
! Up went a hand in the front
I “Well, Tommy?” asked the
“The porcu," Tommy replied.