t—SECTION TWO WB CHtVTJUf HERALD. EPEHTOW
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SM. CONSERVATION NEWS
By JAMES H. OHITTIW. Son Coß—rvmttaate
The annual meeting of thej
-State Association of Soil Con
'aervation District Supervisors
■will be held in Asheville, N. C.,
this week, January 9-11. At
tending from Chowan County
will be Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Bunch, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. By
rum, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Win
bome, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grif
fin and J. A. Webb, Jr.
The Albemarle Soil Conserva
tion District will be well repre
sented with about three-fourths
Os the district supervisors at
District Supervisor Grady Ste
vens of Camden County will be
on the program as chairman of
the state education committee.
Conservation Poster Contest
The annual conservation post
er contest will be sponsored in
the district again by the Eliza
beth City Chamber of Commerce.
The contest is open to students
of the fourth, fifth and sixth
grades of the public schools
t within the soil conservation dis
trict. Local prizes will be giv
|en by district supervisors of the
county. County winners will en
(ter the district-wide contest at
Elizabeth City, March 10, 1961,.
at 1:30 P. M.
j A change this year is that stu-1
•dents will prepare their posters!
during February rather than
March. County contests will be
‘ held the first week of March
with the district contest March
Schools eligible to enter this
contest will be notified immedi
ately by the county boards of i
Conservation Farm Planning
J. E. Brabble, Yeopim Com
munity, has a basic conserva
tion farm plan. He planned his
crop rotations to get a four year
rotation for peanuts. Cover
crops >are included plus small
grain for harvest.
He planned a complete drain-1
age system starting with onel
open ditch this year, one in ]
1962, 1963 and 1964. Surface
drains will be used, too. Tile
drainage will be installed in the
wetter spots of the field.
He planned woodland practices
to bring into production a woods
that was heavily cut two years
ago. Pine seedlings will be set
in open areas and in areas
where “wolf-trees” are poisoned.
Mr. Brabble is in the Burnt
Mill Creek watershed and Ls us
ing Lateral No. 3 for his drain
age outlet. Before the water
shed project he did not have a
drainage outlet and couldn’t get
Pollock Swamp Watershed
Landowners met Fiiday, Janu
ary 6 at the Chowan County
Court House, Edenton. A re
port of the watershed planning
party was read to them. Land
owners decided where the spoil
. (dirt) would be placed in con
i; struction. They decided that
j' pipe overfalls would be used un
!• der the spoil bank for drawing
: water into the canal. The spoil j
j will be spread, limed, fertilized'
j and seeded through the wooded I
Sale Os Valuable Real Estate
Under and by virtue of authority conferred by the widow
and all of the children and heirs-at-law of E. B. White, de
ceased, the undersigned will offer for sale to the highest
bidder before the Court House door of Chowan County at
Edenton, N. C., on Saturday, January 21, 1961 at 11:00
o’clock A. M.. the following described real estate lying and
being in Second Township, said County and State, and
further described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the South side of Dillard Road
at the line of Mrs. Lena H. Asbell, and running thence
along the South side of the right-of-way of said Road North
83 deg. 45 "tin. West 79.86 chains to the line of property
of Camp .Manufacturing Co.; thence along the line of prop
erty of said Camp Manufacturing Company South 5 deg.
West 25.47 chains to a corner; thence South 83 deg. 45
mill. East 38.90 chains along a ditch to a corner; thence
South 5 deg. West 12.72 chains along a ditch to a corner;
thence South 83 deg. 45 mi.n East 40.96 chains along a
ditch to the line of property of Edna Asbell; thence along
a ditch and the line of properties of Edna Asbell and Mrs.
Lena H. Asbell North 5 deg. East 38.19 chains to the point
of beginning, containing 255.5 acres, as per plat of T. J.
Jessup, Registered Surveyor, dated January 7, 1961; and
being a portion of the E. B. White lands known as “Dillard - ’
This will be a final sale of said lands and the high bid
received will not be subject to advance or upset bid. Ten
( I0 r /r ) percent of the bid will be required of the success
ful bidder at time of sale and the balance will be payable
at time of delivery of deed within ten (10) days of date
If desired, terms of one-third (1/3) cash and the balance
to be payable over a period of not to exceed ten (10) years,
at interest rate of six (6%) percent, can be arranged.
Dated and posted this January 10, 1961.
arba of the canal. This will
protect the channel and assist
the local people in maintaining
District cooperators who de
sire technical assistance this year
are asked to come by the local
work unit office now and sched
ule the assistance needed. Tech
nical assistance offered includes
conservation farm planning, en
gineering and planning on struc
tural practices, woodland prac
tices, wildlife and other assist
ance. The plan of operation for
1961 is being prepared now. If
you need and want technical
assistance ,get your name in the
plan for 1961.
By MRS. ROLAND EVANS j
The Chowan Home Demonstra
tion Club met Monday afternoon
at 2:30 o’clock at the club house
with Mrs. E. N. Elliott as hos
The Home Demonstration Club
County Council met Wednesday
afternoon, January 4, at 2:30
o’clock in Joseph Hewes Hotel.
Colonial Club was hostess.
Mrs. Lillie Saunders of Eden
ton visited her mother in Rocky
Hock on Sunday.
Mrs. Virgie Bass visited her
mother at a nursing home on
Mrs. Ralph Dale will undergo
an operation at a Norfolk hos
Mrs. Dixie Nixon and Mrs.
Carey Bass are patients in Cho
The Audrey Gordon Circle
met with Mrs. Guy Russell Bv
rum Monday night, January 9,
at 7:30 o’clock.
A Farm Bureau dinner was
j held at Advance Community
l Building on Tuesday evening.
A Bible Study Week will be
! held at Rocky Hock Church the
last week in January.
A WMU Mission Study Insti
tute will be held at Reynoldson
Baptist Church at 10:30 A. M.,
State College students have
resumed their studies' after
spending the holidays at their
Extension Member of the Week
of Rocky Hock is Mrs. Carey
Bass. Last week was Mrs. Bes
Mr. and Mrs. Rpland Evans
I and mother visited relatives in
Elizabeth City on Saturday.
ON N.C.HIGHWAY! j
Raleigh The Motor Vehicles
Department’s summary of .traffic 1
deaths through 10 A. M., Mon-1
day, January 9, follows:
Killed To Date 16
Killed To Date Last Year 22
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SALE STARTS SPECIAL LOTS SALE ENDS
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