By WILBORNE HARRELL A
Adios, Eisenhower. Your job
has been difficult from the be
ginning, I know, and one I would
not like to tackle. You have
been behind the 8-ball from the
start, with two strikes on you—
any president will find himself
in the same spot. But you have
been in there pitching and slug
ging all the time, with sincerity,
honesty and with a deep love
fA your country and for peace.
Wjßorld peace has been a passion
and a goal for you, and your ef
forts in no small part has
brought the world to some meas
ure of stability, even though pre
■ Carious. But I daresay no other
cpan in your place could have
done a better job. There have
bfeen adversities and frustrations
in, your administration, and con-i
SOIL COKSEttVATION NEWS I
By JAMES H. GRIFFIN, Soil Conservationist j
dlowan County district super
visors L. C. Bunch, H. F. Byrum
and Joe A. Webb, Jr., attended i
the 18th annual meeting of the
North Carolina Association of .
Soil Conservation district super
visors in Asheville, N. C.. last
week. Also, attending from Cho-i
Wan County were Mr. and Mrs. I
W. H. Winborne, Mr. and Mrs. 1
J. H. Griffin, Mrs. L. C. Bunch
and Mrs. H. F. Byrum. jl
North Carolina district super-, ■
visors voted to request the state i
legislature for an increase of I
about 400 per cent in the pres- 1
ent opgrating budget of the State
Association of Soil Conservation i
TOWN VEHICLE LICENSE PLATES
ARE NOW ON SALE AT THE TOWN
OFFICE. PLATES MUST BE PUR
-1 CHASED AND DISPLAYED BY FEB
! RUARY 16th, 1961.
TOWN Os EDENTON
CELIA SPIVEY, ASSISTANT CLERK
FIFTY-FIFTH ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT
AS OF DECEMBER 31st, 1960.
EDENTON SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Edenton, North Carolina
r ■■ ■ " ■ ■ —, „■■■
Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 200.050.06
U. S. Government Bonds 456.451.93
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 31.500.00
Mortgage Loans on Approved Real Estate 1,929,836.84
Share Loans 26,203.02
Advances Made to Our Shareholders Against Their Shares,
Other Investments - 50.000.00
Office Furniture and Fixtures (Less Depreciation) 4,702.46
Office Building (Less Depreciation) ’ .. 17,752.27
jfe 'H ‘ ' LIABILITIES
Savings Accounts * - - $2,543,002.41
Full Paid 1- , 156,800.00
Owned By Individuals, Corporations, Guardians, Trustees and Other Fiduciaries.
T isKilittPS - - 1,243.71
Loans In Process 19,290.07
M, 'To Be Paid When Building Is Completed or Other Conditions Are Met.
H> . ■ ; : • 182,990.69
. Federal Insurance Reserve _3—... « $ 27,568.66
Reserve for Contingencies - 85.000,00
Reserve for Bad Debts - 56.498^4
jVadivided Profits - - - 13,923J9
7AA C]A OQ
. .. .. ’
ditions have not always been to
your liking; but no one pair
of shoulders can carry all the
ills of the world, and no one pair
of hands can mend all the brok-;
en down fences. But like the
soldier you are, you have taken
the hardships with the ease, as
a good soldier does, and have
taken orders from no command
ing officer but your conscience,
and your heart. So, am.go, again
adios. Vaya con Dios.
A recent news story from a 1
nearby town told of a family of
a father, mother and several
small children in dire need. The
water was cut off, the lights
were cut off, the heating was
obtained from one broken-down
I dangerous stove. The family
At the same time, however, 1
district conservationists tabled
for another year any action on
a recommendation from their
legislative committee to revamp
the procedure for electing dis
The recommendation for boost
ing the state organization’s pres
ent $30,550 budget was proposed
by the legislative committee, ]
which sought approval for sub- j
mitting the proposed monetary;
hike to the state government for;
the biennium beginning July 1.
Covered in the hope for allo
cations are five phases of the 1
THE CHOWAN HERALD
kept their clothes on to Keep
warm, and slept together for
the additional warmth. There
was very little food. The father
was willing and able to work, j
1 and worked when he could find
jobs. The Welfare Department
: and the Assistance Agencies
■ ci: mcH their hands wm* tied
and they could do nothing be
j cause the father was able to
. work. This doesn’t make sense
jto me. Must a family and small
j children go hungry and cold
J and suffer severe deprivations
because of a few man-made rules
and regulations? Are we to al
low red tape to supersede hu
manity? We are supposed to be
a Christian people ... I some
times wonder. 1
No compromise with communism!
I voluntary-worker programs con
! ducted by the organization. Thei
| reruest includes;
1. An additional $20,000 an*
' nually for district supervisor
travel and per diem day.
2. $5,000 annually for general
expenses in the districts.
3. $3,000 and $4,500, respective
: lv. for the two years of the bi
ennium for organizing watershed
4. $90,113 and $86,790 for the
; two years of the biennium for
the employment of an additional
watershed planning party for the
5. Salary increments and bene
; fits for State Committee employ
ees, which would bring such sal
, aries in line with the new scale
for state employees subject to
the Personnel Act.
The State Association voted up
$270 to sponsor 4-H Soil and|
Water Demonstration contests in
all extension districts in North
Carolina. They will again spon-;
sor the state contest by giving
SSO savings bonds to the individ
hal and team state champions.
I Attendance was good with 270.
' people registered from 73 coun
ties. Every soil conservation'
district was represented except 1
one and that was a one county
, Officers elected for 1961 were
Arch J. Flanagan of Farmville.
. president; Leon G. Ballance of
Englehard, first vice president:
I J. B. Slack of Seagrove, second
: vice president; J. T. Moss of
; Ycungsville, secretary; Garland
; E. Strickland of Nashville, treas
urer, and A. C. Edwards of
Hookerton. council member.
Halifax Paper Company has
furnished 36,500 pine seedlings]
free to Chowan Countv farmers!
in their matching program. The
company purchases an amount
equal to the farmer's purchase
for the farmer.
Union Bag-Carrio Company has
furnished 42.000 pine seedlings to
I farmers free on a matching basis, j
• A total of 153.000 pine seed-]
lings have been ordered through j
the local district program in co-'
operation with Halifax Paper!
Company and Union Bag-Camp^
' Company. ',
Farmers ordering seedlings are ,
R. O. Evans. Sherion Layton. J.,
E. Debnam, Fahey By rum, Eu-|
gene Jordan, Robert Francis,'
John White, West Byrum and 1
Now is the time to order your
WARDS CLUB MEETS
Wards Home Demonstration
Club met January 11 for the
first 1961 meeting. In the ab- 1
sence of the president. Mrs. Mc-
Coy Spivey presided. “Know
Your Year Book" was taught by
Miss Pauline Calloway, Home
Agent, who emphasized the need |
to know this book in order to |
be an alert member. Each wo
man entered in her book the]
new club officers, club project)
| leaders and committee chairmen.!
| Those present manifested much
I interest in their appointments
and no doubt each will strive
to make this an outstanding year
for Home Demonstration Clubs
in Chowan County and North
The February meeting on the
night of the Bth at 6:30 o'clock
will be a joint one with hus
bands attending when a covered
lish supper will be served fol
lowed by a program brought by
Miss Calloway and C. W. Over
man, county agent.
Mrs. James Ward, recreation
leader, puzzled the .group with
a TV quiz while all enjoyed de
icious refreshments served by
the hostesses. Mesdames Briggs
and Jacob Spivey.
Anesthesia taut's the painN
the tension ami the wonv .
c»ut of surgery. Mtk>pitals .
must maintain »killr»l ane>. .
thetists, t ost Iv ojmjnmnt *
anti s|K'tial tlrugs in ton- I
slant readiness to prmitlc I
this vital servite.
last year. 47% of all pa- I
tients admitted to X. C. hos- I
pitals were operative eases I
iet|tiirittg anesthesia services. |
Trpical charges for the ad* I
ministration of anesthesia hv |
a hospital am*sthetist are |
S2T> for the first hour ami l
for each additional hour. /
■BjEFaB Anrsllit'sia .ulminh.
I g|, lered by a hovpital
I anesthetist is 011 c of
< 1,1 basic hospital
' | service* that arc PAID /.V
| FULL' by Blue Cross certifi
I Approved by hospital* and
| doctors. Blue Cross Rives yoy
| realistic financial help you
| need when hospitalization or
| surgical tare is required. If
| voter family dors not have
■ illfue Cross protection, srritt
\ or call today.
DURHAM, N. C.
Win, B. Gardner
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MAN OF CENTURY—Former President Harry S. Truman
•was named “Man of the Century” by the National Israel
Bond Organization at a Chicago dinner in his honor. He
was presented with priceless objects from ancient Israel by
Abraham Harman, left, Irsael ambassador to United States.
Cause For Worry
The woman touiist posed for r i
snapshot in front of the faller '
pillars of an ancient temple in ’
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HOME OFFICE ... ROCKY MOUNT
• Nashville • Whitakers • Zebulon • Middlesex • Hertford
• Battleboro • Pinetops • Enfield • Sharpsburg • Henderson
December 31, 1960
j Cash and Due from Banks S 6,335,644.:> v
United States Government Securities 14.216.769.13
State. County and Municipal Bonds 4.174.045.63
Corporate Stocks and Bonds 20.3.->5.28
Loans and Discounts 19,050.746.78
Banking Houses. Furniture and Fixtures 868.0a 1.09 »
Other Assets 486.991.79
Capital Stock $ 1.000.000.00
Undivided Profits and Capital Reserves 599.318.3/
Total Capital Accounts $ 3.599.318.27
Reserve for Taxes. Unearned Interest. Depreciation, etc. 906.117.54
The Above Does Not Include Trust Assets of $15,105,771.43
Commercial Savings Trust lnstallment Loans
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
EDENTON BOARD OF MANAGERS EDENTON OFFICERS
T r- wrvrvrv John A. Kramer Executive Vice President
J- p. WOOD Chairman Richard S. Atkinson, Jr ..... Vice President
T nr pd a uaw R- Graham White Cashier and Trust Officer
t u George C. Hoskins Assistant Cashier
J- R; J. W. Davis ...Public Relations Officer
\ C BOYCE George W. Lewis... Farm Relations Officer
j E. WOOD EDENTON CONSUMER CREDIT BRANCH
DR. FRANK WOOD W. H: Easterling. Cathier
R. S. ATKINSON, JR. E. L. Wells, Jr Assistant Cashier
R. G. WHITE v
Greece. "Don i get the car in
j the picture,” she warned, “or my
i husband will think 1 ran into
1 the place.
Thursday, January 19, 1961.
Edenton, North Carolina
i Special Inducement 1
For Ford Tractors
In a share-the-operating-cost
plan announced by Ford Motor]
I Company’s Tractor and Imple-;
' ment Division, all buyers of new!
. diesel-powered Ford and Fordson
tractors will receive from their
j dealers one-half of the cost of
j their fuel purchases for the first |
400 hours, or six months, of trac- 1
1 tor use.
The announcement was made
on behalf of Ford tractor deal- i
ers by L. E. Dearborn, general
sales manager, at the Division’s
headquarters in Birmingham.
Mich. He said the dealers’ of
fer is retroactive on tractors
bought since January' 1, 1961,
and will remain in effect until
March 31. 1961.
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PIG CROP DOWN
The North Carolina fall pig
crop (pigs saved June 1-Decern
| her 1) is estimated at 880,000
! pigs. Production at this levgl
! is 13 per cent below the 1,000,-
1 000 pigs saved for the com
i parable period last \ r ear. althougn
i 10 percent above the 1949-58 av
erave. This decrease in the fail
crop was the result of 13 percept
fewer sows farrevving.
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EDENTON, N, C.