* th\ Gilchrist, Rabies Inspector,
" Announces Vaccination Clinics
Dr. G. L. Gilchrist, rabies in
i' spector for Chowan County, an
nounces that the annual vaccina
tion of dogs against rabies will
begin Monday, May 29.
: Dr. Gilchrist points out that
the law requires all dogs to be
’ vaccinated and urges owners to
- present their dogs at various
clinics which have been arrang
ed for their convenience. The
fee for this work is SI.OO per
Dr. Gilchrist has arranged the
May 29—11:30 A. M., at Quin
ton Bass’ store and at 12:30
P. M., at Grover Cale’s store.
Four Leaders In
Fishing Contest j
Continued from Page I—Section 1
Jimmy Ashley with a 3-pound,
The present leader in this di
vision is still a long way from
the winner in last year's contest
which was an 8 Vi-pound entry
measuring 25% inches caught in
Yeopim Creek by Alva Bunch of
The top fish in the speckled
perch (crappie) division is still
ane caught by Willie Bunch of
Edenton in the Chowan River
using a minnow as bait. Bunch’s
crappie weighed 1-lb. 4-ozs. Last
year the winning entry was
caught in Yeopim Creek by A.
C. Griffin, Edenton. This was
a whopper weighing 1-lb. 11-ozs.,
and measuring 14 inches. The
bait used in this case was
The heaviest fish caught in
the bream division was caught
by George Lewis. It weighed
14 ounces and was 10 inches in
length. Earl W. Bunch recently
caught a total of 18, the heaviest
of which weighed 12 ounces with
an average weight of 10 ounces, i
In the 1960 fishing contest, the!
prize bream weighed exactly 1 j
pound. It was hooked by Julian;
Tadlock of Elizabeth City who!
was fishing in Yeopim Creek.
Bennett’s Mill Pond, Edenton, is
a bream “hot-spot”.
In the rock fish division it is j
believed the winner is yet to
be heard from. The rock to be
beaten is one caught by H. M.
Phthisic, a 5%-pounder caught
in the Chowan River. The run
ner-up is a 5%-pounder boated
in Yeopim Creek by Alva Bunch
of Hertford. L. W. Stallings of
Edenton has entered a 3Vi -
R. E. Forehand, Chairman of
the Recreation Committee, re
minds sportsmen that there is
less than a month to go in the
Spring Fishing Contest. Con
testants to receive prizes in the
various divisions should have
their catches recorded at the fol
lowing weighing stations in
Edenton: Milton Bunch's Gulf
Service Station, Byrum Hard
ware Store, Hughes-Parker Hard
ware Store, Edenton Marina,
Bell’s Store and Western Auto
The Edenton area offers good
fishing in both open and protect
ed water. It also offers top
boating facilities, bathing and
water skiing areas.
We shall never have more
time. We have, and have al
ways had, all the time there is.
Eat Out More Often
r / ~Sy Why Stay in the Hot Kitchen?
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vYJ.«P MAY 28111
Children’s Plate 85c
Country Fried Round Steak with Mushroom Gravy
Fresh Shad Fish with Tartar Sauce
Roast Turkey, Dressing and Cranberry Sauce
Sliced Smithfield Ham, Spiced Fruit
or try any of our regular meals
Seafoods or Steaks Served on Sizzling Platters
Homemade Pies and Cakes baked in our own kitchen...
a real treat for the whole family.
OPE IT DAILY 6:30 A. M„ TO 10:00 P. M.
SUNDAYS 7:00 A. M, TO 3:30 P. M.
May 30—11:30 A. M„ at Val
halla and at 12:30 P. M., at
Travis Jackson's store.
May 31—11:30' A. M., at W. E.
Smith’s store and at 12:30 P. M., 1
at Small’s Cross Roads.
June 1—11:30 A. M., at Center
Hill and at 12:30 P. M., at Ar
thur Byrum’s store.
June 2—11:30 A. M„ at L. C.
Briggs’ store and at 12:30 P. M.,
at Beecher Ward’s store .
June 3—11:30 A. M., at Yeo
pim Church and at 12:30 P. M.,
at St. John’s Church.
Dr. Gilchrist will be at his of
fice in Westover Heights at all
other times during June.
| Air Patrol Meeting
| Scheduled Tonight
Continued from Page 1. Section 1
in the latter category, those who
have expressed interest are May
or John A. Mitchener, Jr., Sher
iff Earl Goodwin, Edenton Police
Chief George Dail and Fire Chief
W. J. Yates, it was learned.
“Within six months after or-i
ganization of the Edenton CAPj
senior unit,” Ehringhaus said,
“we should be ready to open
membership in the squadron to
cadets. The national cadet pro
gram of the CAP is for the
youngsters of high school age
who are interested in aviation
and in learning all they can of
the aerospace educational pro
gram in which the Civil Air Pa
trol can assist them. As much
stress is given to the cadet pro
gram as to the senior program,
but the Edenton senior squadron
will first need to establish it
self with trained personnel and
equipment before the cadet pro
gram can be successfully at-1
Future plans indicate 'that
quarters and meeting room will
be available for the Edenton
CAP unit on the recently ac
quired Edenton municipal air
port, and with the excellent op
erational facilities of the airport
itself the local unit should de
velop into one of the better
units in Group 111. There are
1 seven groups of the North Caro-
I lina Wing under Colonel Donald
! Denton, Commander, based in
Charlotte. The CAP in a na
tional emergency would function
as a part of the N. C. State Civil
All women are mothers of
great men—it isn’t their fault if
life disappoint them later.
With: No Squirt Bubbler
Stainless Steel Tops
Foot Pedal Control
Your Inspection Invited
Ralph E. Parrish
Edenton, N. C.
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