The Prince Os Evil
By TEfcHY JOIfES
Fto -w wrestle not against
flesh and blood, but against
the principalities, against
* the powers, against the rul
*Si of die darkness of this
. World, against the spiritual
WlckeUness in high places.
i —(Ephesians 6:12).
I do ri6t tie'lie'Ve there is ddubt
tn ; bur minds as to the exist
ence of Satan. He is ever pres
ent in our everyday lives. We
only have to listen to the news
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on the radio or read the news
paper and we can realize his
presence in every comer of the
world. We only have to walk
down the street and we hear
gossip and vile language and
•many othfer things to make us
know he exists even in our own
Wihere did 'this powerful be
irig come from? The Bible
gives hints to his being present
in God’s kingdom before man
was created on earth. Satan
probably was a powerful, glori
ous and heavenly prince. He
mpst have been one of God’s
greatest creations. He was
known as Lucifer the “light
bearer”. He was a leader over
the other angels. He was so
powerful and glorious that he
was the cherub that covered
the very 'throne of Almighty
Lucifer decided that since, he
was so powerful he should be
equal with God. This is when I
he created sin in his own heart. I
The kingdom of Heaven is |
thought to have been split, j
There was a great battle in
Heaven between Michael (Christ)
and Lucifer. Michael pushed
Lucifer. out of Heaven down to
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earth. Lucifer’s followers were
also thrown from the heights tit
Heaven with him. Christ says
“I beheld Satan as lighten fall
frorii heaven.” Lucifer was cast
down to earth and revenge fill
ed 'his heart where the love of
• God once abode. All his won-
I derful powers were turned
against God and His kingdom.
Yes, Satan is very much alive
today. He is the prince of this
| earth. He is still beautiful and
powerful to mankind. We can
not conquer Satan. We do not
have to conquer Him. Christ
defeated him on the cross of
Calvary. We must commit our
selves to Christ and trust Him
as personal saviour from sin.
Then Satan will be defeated in
our lives. We will still be
teirtpted but we have strength
from God to continue to live
Christlike as much as we possi
bly can. Thank God, Saltan has
JOE MANLEY DIES
Joe Manley died at his home
on West Albemarle Street Sat
urday, March 31. He was bur
ied Tuesday, April 4, in Vine
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I By LOUISE B. ADAMS '
Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Sr., was
in Washington Tuesday on busi
D. P. Mizelle and daughter,
Betty, Billy Umphlett of Eden
ton visited Mrs. C. T. Baker and
family Friday night,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Baker,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sari of
Trenton, N. J., spent the Easter,
week-end with Mr. and Mrs.:
■Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Sr., and j
Mrs. B. G. Willis attended a
Home Demonstration meeting in 1
Windsor Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. W. T. Davis and Mrs.
Frank Rogerson of Norfolk, Va.,
were in Edenton Thursday on
Mr. and Mrs. Don Ambrose
and children of Portsmouth, Va.,
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Lilly and
children of Williamston visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baker on
Tom Belch is spending some
time with .her son-in-law and
j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
James in Dunn.
Mrs. T. E. White and Mrs.
Lillie Evans accompanied Mrs.
Chet White to Farm Ville, Va.,
Wednesday to take her daugh
ter, Anna Raye, who is a stu
dent at Lingwood College, back
ito begin studies agairi after
spending thfe Easter holidays at
home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chet White.
'Fonda Smithwiek, a student
; alt East Carolina College, Green
| ville, returned back to school
Tuesday after spending the
I Easter holidays at home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mrs. H. R. Outlaw is a pa
tient in Bertie 'Memorial Hospi
tal at Windsor.
Mrs. Wesley Winbome spent
Saturday with her sister, Mrs.
G. E. Keeter in Windsor.
Mrs. Chet White and Mrs.
Lillie Evans visited Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Small, Jr., Thurs
day afternoon in Edenton.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roger
son returned to their home in
Norfolk, Va., Suhday after
spending last week with Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Keeter
of Ectenton visited Mbs. Keet
er’s sister, Mrs. J. D. Smith- j
wick, Tuesday afternoon.
Haywood Rogerson and son,
Randy of Norfolk, Va., spent
Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Davis.
Mrs. Lila Freeman of Mars
Hill spent Friday night with her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Rufus Booker.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Evans
and children Pf Norfolk, Va.,
visited Mr. Evdhs’ brother-in
law arid sister, Mr. and Mrs.
'Mre. T. E. White left Sun
day to spend a week with Mr.
and Mrs. William Mizelle in
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Small,
Jr., and children of Edenton
visited Mrs. Small’s brother-in
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Chet White and mother, Mrs.
Lillie Evans Sunday.
The riev. Oscar Turner, Ralph
Bunch, Marion and Martin
White, Nina Love, Becky and
Bobby Bunch attended Youtli
Night at Chowan College in
Murfreesboro Saturday night.
Kenneth Cobb of Elizabeth
City spent Sunday visiting rel
atives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Talbert Jack
son and children visited Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Hare, also Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Jackson, Sr., in
Edenton Sunday night.
Mrs. J. P. Love and daugh
ter, Nina, were iti Ederiton Sat
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Willis
i were in Edenton Friday on
Mrs. Wesley Winbome return
ed home Wednesday after
spending six days with her sis
ter, Mrs. G. E. Keeter in Wind
sor, following an operation Sat
| urday in Bertie Memorial Hos
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bowen,
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| the week-end guests of Mr.
i Bowen’s brother-in-law and sis
! ter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Win
J. L. Williford was dinner
I guest Sunday of his daughter,
I Mrs. Lida Lawrence and family,
after which he visited his sis
ter, Mrs. H. N. Spruill in Ber
tie Memorial Hospital. Mrs.
Spruill’s condition was greatly
improved following an attack
Thursday and being admitted to
the hospital again.
Misses Mary and Margaret
Haste and Mrs. Gertrude Jordan
of Windsor visited Mrs. H. E.
Foxwell Saturday night.
Mrs. Ike Halsey of Eenton
spent Monday with Mrs. H. E.
Foxwell, also Mr. and Mrs.
F’rank Halsey of Edenton visite
Mrs. Foxwell Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. William White
and family visited relatives at
Mill Neck Sunday.
Miss Minnie Blanche White
and Cecil White spent from
Tuesday until Thursday with
their brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin White of
Raleigh, also visited Mrs. Cecil
White in N. C. Memorial Hos
pital at Chapel Hill.
“Skimp” Winborne spent Wed
nesday at Kill Devil Hills.
ANNUAL FISH FRY
An annual fish fry was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Britt Smithwiek Monday after
noon. Those enjoying the oc
casion were Mr. and Mrs. T. B.
Rhea, Mr. and Mrs. Harrell
Rhea, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie
Hawkins, Mrs. Archie Rhea and
Marshall Askew of Ahockie;
Pvt. Edward Rhea of Fort Jack
son, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Grady
Leicester and daughter, Opal of
Windsor; Mrs. Gladys Outlaw
and children, Ray and Jerrie,
Mr. and Mrs. Holly Colombo
and children, Theresa, Holly,
Angela and Pamela of Eden
ton; Gene Eldredge of Gates
ville; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. War
ren and boys, Dan and Keith of
Merry Hill. A most friendly
and happy afternoon was spent
“Why are you so late?”
“I fell downstairs.”
“Well, that shouldn’t have tak
en you long.”
CARD OF THANKS
We are taking this means to
express our thanks and deep
appreciation for the many deeds
of kindness and expressions of
sympathy during the death of
our husband and father, James
F. Crummey. These kind deeds
will always be cherished.
—Mrs. James F. Crummey
p and Family.
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I Notice Os Town Electionl
A Resolution by the Chowan County Board of Elections call- I
ing a Regular Election for the purpose of electing a Mayor I
and six members of the Town Council, a Treasurer and five I
members of the Board of Public Works.
81l 11 RESOL \ED by the Chowan County Board of Elections of Edenton. North I
Carolina that in accordance with a resolution adopted by the Board of Councilmen I
of the Town of Edenton. Edenton, North Carolina, and the General Laws of the State I
of North Carolina, the Chowan County Board of Elections hereby calls for an elec- B
tion to be held in the Town of Edenton on Tuesday, May 2, 1961. the same being fl
the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May, the date established by the law for B
said election. Said election shall be conducted for the purpose of electing a Mayor fl
and six Councilmen, one Councilman to be elected from each ward of the Town of fl
Edenton and two to he elected by the town at large, a Treasurer, and five members I
of the Board of Public Works by the voters of the town. The Mayor, each Coun- fl
cilman, the Treasurer and each member of the Board of Public Works shall be elect- fl
ed to hold office for a term of two years, and until their successors are elected and B
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the polling places shall he as follows and that I
the following are hereby appointed Registrars and Judges of said election: B
FIRST WARD: Mrs. Sadie Hoskins, Registrar; Judges of Election, Mrs. J. A. fl
Curran and Mrs. S. F. Hicks. Polling place, Municipal Building.
SECOND WARD: Mrs. Ruth Stokelv, Registrar; Judges of Election, Mrs. Hay- fl
wood Bunch and Mrs. Richard Hollowed. Polling [dace, Chowan County Court House. B
THIRD WARD: Mrs. Corinne Thorud. Registrar: Judges of Election: Mrs. Roy B
Spruill and Mrs. George Lewis. Polling place. Electric and Water Plant on West fl
FOURTH WARD: Mrs. W. W. Porter, Registrar: Judges of Election. Mrs. W. F„ I
Mills and Mrs. J. E. Cozzens. Polling place. National Guard Armory on North I
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that all persons eligible to vote in the Town of I
Edenton, as defined by general law, shall he eligible to register and vote in the town B
election herein called.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Registrar he and he is hereby directed B
to open the registration books for the purpose of recording therein the names of all fl
persons eligible to be registered who did not register for the last preceding municipal I
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Registrars shall open said books at the B
polling places at 9:00 A. M„ on Saturday. April 15, 1961, and shall keep said books B
open each day for seven (7) days, excluding Sunday, for the registration of any new I
electors entitled to register from 9:00 A. M., until 5:00 P. M.. except on Saturday, B
fl when the books shall remain open until 9:00 P. M. fl
B BE IT FL'RTHER RESOLVED that Saturday, April 22, 1961. shall be designat- B
fl ed as Challenge Day, and that any person desiring to challenge any name includ- fl
■ ed in said registration books shall on this day advise the Registrar and Judges of this B
fl fact. The Registrar and Judges shall thereupon set a date and a time for the hearing B
B of the challenge, but said date shall be prior to Monday. May 1, 1961. fl
fl BE IT FITRTHER RESOLVED that this resolution shall be published in a news- B
fl paper having general circulation in the Town of Edenton or shall he posted at the fl
fl Municipal Building.
fl BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that all candidates for any of the offices above B
fl named shall notify the Chairman of the Chowan County Board of Elections no later fl
I: than 6:00 P. M., on the 25th day of April, 1961, in order that their names may be B
fl printed upon the ballots. fl
B The foregoing resolution was unanimously adopted by the Chowan County Board fl
fl; of Elections. fl
I Polls will be open from 6:30 A. M., until 6:30 P. M. fl
fl This the 23rd day of March, 1961.
B CHOWAN COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS. fl
I L. S. Byrum, Chairman fl
Philip S. McMullan B
fl Robert B. Smith fl