Mrs. N. F. Godwin of Ahos
kie was the .guest of Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Ziegler, Sr., a few
days this week.
Visit In Edenlon
Mrs. Harry C. Hand and Mrs.
Powell of Battleboro, N. C.,
spent Wednesday and Thursday
in Edenton. Mrs. Hand visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Frank White, Sr., on West Eden
Street and Mrs. Powell visited
her cousin, Mrs. Bullock at the
Returns To New York
Mrs. Dave Redfield has re
turned to her home in New
York following an extended visit
with her mother, Mrs. Mary
Home For Week-end
Gene Saunders was among the
college students at home for the
Visit In Lumberlon
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ivey visit- J
ed relatives in Lumberton, in
cluding Mrs. Henry Branch, who
is a patient in Southeastern Gen
eral Hospital. They also visited
the Rev. L. C. Chandler, also a
patient, who is gradually im
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ross of
Newport News, Va., spent the
week-end visiting Mr. Ross’ par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ross.
Miss Roseanne Ward of Con
way visited her grandmother,
Mrs. E. L. Ward on Sunday. j
Guest of Sister
Paul H. Cale of Crozet, Va.,!
spent Friday with his sister, j
Mrs. Earl Harrell.
Mrs. Ed Habit has returned
home after several days in Ra
leigh visiting relatives.
■Clayton Letcher, a student at
East Carolina College, Green
ville, spent the week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Visits In Snow Hill
Mrs. Ed Speight was in Snow
Hill Thursday and Friday at
tending her mother, Mrs. Dan
Taylor, who is ill.
Guest of Sister
Mrs. Otis Shock of Norfolk
was an overnight guest of her
sister, Mrs EM Speight.
Miss Sarah Wood of Virginia
Beach is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wood.
Return From Florida
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Wood and
Mrs. L. A. Patterson have re
turned from a trip to Florida.
Miss Marian Robertson was|
visited by her sister, Miss A?-!
nes Robertson of Eastoria, N. Y.,
Guest of Mother
Walter Holton is spending a;
week with his mother, Mrs. Dave j
Holton, during vacation from St.
Christopher’s in Richmond.
Visit In Norfolk
Mrs. Roland L. Ward and Miss)
Catherine Ward spent Sunday in
Norfolk. Va., visiting Mrs. J. L.;
Collins and Mrs. Eloise Bunch.
Mrs. J. H. Simpson, Sr., has !
returned to her home in Nor
folk, Va., after spending a few
days this week with her sister,
Mrs. Roland L. Ward.
Attend Camellia Show
Mrs. Kenneth Floars, Mrs.
John Raines, Mrs. Roy Hassell,!
Mrs. Robert Powell, Mrs. John
Pavlich, Mrs. Trot Leary and
Mrs. Junior Clements attended
the camellia show in Elizabeth
City Sunday afternoon.
Easter In New York
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Oglesby
will spend Easter in New York
with Mr. Oglesby’s daughter and
her family. The Oglesbys will
return by Baltimore where they
will visit Mr. Oglesby’s sister
Mrs. F. A. Willis.
'Mrs. Ri S. Biggs and Mrs.
Wheeler of Williamston visited
Mrs. R. P. Badham on Monday.
i FARM HOME
I 125 ACHES. 7-room house
I equipped for modem tiring.
I Adequate out-buildings and
I .tenant house. Located on
I Highway 17.
j | write
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Guest of Parents
Miss Betsy Ross of East Caro
lina College spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Ross.
Visiting In Charleston
Miss Aurelia Layden and Mrs.
Lloyd Burton, Sr., are in
Charleston, S. C., as guests of
Mrs. Wylie Taylor.
Guest of Sister
Mrs. Henrietta Fagan of Dur
ham is visiting her sister, Mrs.
R. P. Badharm.
New York Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Red
field of White Plains, N. Y.,
were overnight guests of Mrs.
Mary Browning last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Parker of
Raleigh spent the week-end as
guests of Mr. Parker’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ladel Parker.
Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Griffin
expect to return home April Ist
after spending the winter in
Florida. Dr. Griffin will attend
the Himmon Dental Clinic in
Atlanta, Ga„ the last week in
Mrs. Mary Porter, Mrs. Cal
bert Miller and three children
of Norfolk, Mrs. Erma Wright
of Portsmouth, Va., and Mrs. R.
L. Williams, Sr., spent Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tynch.
Larry Tynch is home after be
ing discharged from the Coast!
Guard. He was stationed in'
Texas for three years.
The engagement of Miss Lu
anne Spencer Hobbs to Charles
Moncrief DeWitt, Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. DeWitt of Concord, is
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fermor Worthington
Hobbs, Jr., of Rocky Mount.
The wedding is planned for
June 24th in the Church of The
Good Shepherd at Rocky Mount.
Miss Hobbs is the granddaugh
ter of Fermor W. Hobbs and
Mrs. Olivia Hobbs and the niece
of Mrs. George C. Hoskins.
Tommy Scott Show
At Armory Tonight
Tommy Scott’s Bandstand
Stage Show is scheduled to ap
pear at the Edenton armory to
night (Thursday). There will
be only one performance, at
night, at 7:30 o’clock. A mati
nee performance, previously an
nounced, will not be presented.
This will be a very special
type family show including re
cording television stars, clowns,
the masked rider, acrobats, per
forming animals and the Smith
Bros. Circus. One of the fea
tures will be six-year-old Scotty
Lee, the world’s youngest rock l
'n roll star.
Profits from the show will go
to the Red Men for charitable
purposes and a portion to the
LIONS MEET MONDAY
Edenton’s Lions Club will
meet Monday night, March 27,
at 7 o’clock at the Edenton Res
taurant. President James Grif
fin requests every member to be
RED MEN MEETING
Chowan Tribe No. 12, Improv
ed Order of Red Men, will meet
Monday night, March 27, at 7:30
o’clock. Bill Harris, sachem, is
very anxious to have a large at
Completely Private Dining Room
BRIDGE LUNCHEONS BIRTHDAY SUPPERS
ANNIVERSARY PARTIES CLUB LUNCHEONS
SPECIAL MENUS TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS
- ❖ -
DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS
Serving The Finest Western Beef
Fresh Seafood ... Southern Fried Chicken
DAILY 7:00 A. M., TO 10:00 P. M.
SUNDAY 12:00 P. M., TO 10:00 P. M.
LATE PARTIES BY RESERVATION
TELEPHONE mi . „ . „ ...
Engaged To Wed ")
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Rus
sell of Elizabeth City announce
the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter. Carol
to Murray Wheeler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. W. Wheeler of
Edenton. The wedding will be
solemnized April 2, at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon at Berea Baptist
Church. No invitations are be
ing sent but all friends and rel
atives are invited to attend.
New Books At
A few of the new books re
cently received at the Shepard- 1
Pruden Memorial Library are in
cluded in the following list:
Cultural Life of the New Na
tion 1776-1830 by Russel Blaine
Charlemagne, the Legend and
the Man by Harold Lamb.
Look to the Wilderness by W.
UN, the First Fifteen Years.
Count Down, Behind the
Scenes at our Missile Bases by
C. B. Colby.
Fighter Parade. Headliners in
Fighter Plane History by C. B.
Promises in the Attic by Eliz
abeth Hamilton Frierwood.
Indoor Garres and Activities
by Sylvia Cassell.
Tie Story of Our Earth by
The Great Wheel by Robert
Print Making with a Spoon
by Norman Gorbaty.
The Little Dark-House by
Edythe Records Warner.
The Bunny Who Found Easter
by Charlotte Zolotow.
Life in the Sea by Eleanor
This Is New York by M.
Drums, Bells and Rattles by
Wilbur—Mabelle and I played
a game of cards with the under
standing that she was to kiss me
if she lost. I caught her cheat
ing five times.
Glenn—Cheated you, eh?
Wilbur—No, she cheated her
$3,738.00 PAID TO WINNERS
IN POST POSITION GAME
Baltimore American winners
have taken home $3,738.00. And
there’s more coming. Every
week is a new game in the ex
citing POST POSITION feature
of The Baltimore American. You
may win. See rules and instruc
tions and your entry blank in
BALTIMORE AMERICAN i
On sale at your local newsdealer (
HERALD. EDENTON. NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. MARCH 23, IHL
| Assessment Policy
' Adopted For Town
Continued from Pag* 1, Section 1
10” sewer mains. Should larger
mains be installed, the Board
of Public Works shall absorb
'the difference in the cost of 6”
water pipe and 10” sewer pipe
and the size used. Should small- 1
er mains be installed the cost
shall be the installed cost of 6”
■ water and 10” sewer mains. The
cost shall include all items that
in 'the discretion of the Board
of Public Works contribute to
the expense of the installation
and required to serve that sec
tion of the system. This cost,
•.when ascertained, shall be as
sessed against the abutting prop
erty according to the front foot
‘rule, at an equal rate per foot.
(This shall not be interpreted
to mean assessment cost covering
installations made under sepa-j
rate contracts shall be the same).
Water Main Example—The total
cost of installation, less the cost
difference between pipe size
used and 6” water pipe if larger
pipe size is used. The cost of
6” water main installation if a
smaller pipe size is used. The
above cost when ascertained,
shall be divided by the total
length in feet of the extension
to determine the cost per foot.
One-half of this cost per foot
shall be assessed against the
property on each side of the
extension. Sewer Main Exam
ple—Sewer main cost to be as
sessed shall be figured in the
same manner as water main cost,
using 10” sewer pipe cost as a
A development, sub-division,
or housing project requiring the
extension of water and sewer
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Yellow Cake Mix i2sd Sliced Peaches £ 1 Qc
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Cl. P C* oiQ7 303 mi ton —— Strawberries
Shoe Peg Corn 2 C Cut Green Beans ‘1 1 c „ yf Q
Mr Grind lg.C*n ~303 Del Monte CUP 40 C
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i-Lb. Sunshine Liquid Trend jj 39 c Mixed ;
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mains shall be in the city limits.
The developer, at the discretion
of the Board of Public Works,
may be required' to make any
or all of the installations. The
Board of Fhrblic Works may re-1
quire the developer to submit
plans at the scale of 50 feet to
the inch, setting forth meets and
bounds, property lines and own
■ erships, street locations and
1 widths. The Board of Public
Works shall have and exercise
the authority to approve or dis
approve these plans and no con
struction shall begin until ap
proval is .given by the Board in
writing to the requesting de
veloper. The developer shall
make available to the Board ofi
Public Works all information it
may require, and shall give no-'
tice in writing of construction
progress so that work may be
inspected and approval shall be
given by the Board of Public
Works in writing on the various
phases of construction, prior to
starting on other phases.
When it is unnecessary to in
stall water and sewer mains!
across the entire frontage of a
piece of property to adequately
furnish fire protection and ser
vice because of a barrier, (creek,
building, river, etc.) that blocks
the further extension or length
ening of the street or right of
way, the cost per foot shall be
divided in accordance with the*
method set forth in Section 11,
except the total cost as deter
mined in Section 11 shall be di
vided by the total length in
feet of the extension plus the
frontage of the property in ques
tion to determine the cost per
foot. The owner of the property
in question shall agree and pay
in advance of installation at this
rate per foot for the entire
frontage of his property or sign'
legal papers making his property
subject to assessment and/or
mortgage acceptable to the Board
of Public Works or service will
' be denied.
j The short,side of, a comer lot
shall .be assessed only far the
footage in excess of 75 feet
The Board of Public Works
shall absorb the cost of water
and sewer mains crossing bridges
and within street intersections.
| This cost shall be figured in the
same manner as the cost assessed
The cost of water and sewer
service lines (taps to mains) are
not to be considered a part of
main construction cost and are
[ not to be assessed. These taps
on service lines shall be a sep
arate charge and are to be paid
for at time of installation, at the
price set by the Board of Public
Works for such services.
Prior to the joint meeting
with the Board of Public Works
Town Councilmen accepted the
resignation of William C. Bunch,
Councilman from the First Ward,
An ordinance was also passed
providing for proper picketing
and protection of picketing
In the joint meeting both
boards were favorable to elec
' tion of members on a staggering
basis for four-year terms. Rep
resentative Albert Byrum will
be requested to introduce such
a bill in the General Assembly.
If Mr. Byrum is not favorable
to introduce the bill, it is the
intention of Town Councilmen to
call for a vote of the people on
TRY a HERALD CLASSIFIED
The Rev. and Mrs. Vivian W.
Evans of 13 Briarwood Lane,
Portsmouth, Va., announce the
birth of their first child, Mary
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lowell Forehand of Tyner. I