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Mr. and Mrs. Ambs H. Griffin
of Upper Montclair, New Jersey,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Rebecca
Sharpe Griffin to Williarri Vern
on Giles, Jr. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Vernon Giles
of Lynchburg, Virginia.
Miss Griffin attended the Wo
man’s College of the University
of North Carolina and is a grad
uate of Montclair High School.
She made her debut in 1960
sponsored by The Debutante
Club of Greensboro, N. C. The
prospective bride is the grand
daughter of Mrs. Frank A.
Sharpe of Greensboro, and the
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late Dr. Sharpe, and Mrs.
Charles N. Griffin of Edenton
and the late Mr. Griffin.
Her fiance, who is a graduate
of Washington and Lee Univer
versity, Lexington, Virginia, and
Christchurch School of Christ
church, Va., has joined the firm
cf Moore and Giles of Lynch
burg, Va. He has served as a
page in the United States Sen
ate and' is a member of Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Mr.
Giles is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald G. Moore and
Mrs. W. V. Giles and the late
Mr. Giles, all of Lynchburg.
A November wedding is plan
THE CHOWAN HEMALP, EDEHTOW. WORTH CAHOLINA, THURSDAY, KAY 25. 1561.
YEOPIM CLUB MEETS
The Yeopim Home Demon
stration Club met at the home
of Mrs. Jimmy Parrish Monday
night, May 8. The meeting was
called to order with the mem
bers singing “Holy, Holy, Holy,”
after which a devotional period
was conducted by Mrs. Elva
Essie Perry gave a demon
stration on “Short-cuts to House
cleaning.” One of the important
points being to make house
cleaning a year-around task in
stead of seasonal. One of the
best ways is to clean one room
a month until the entire house
is completed. Also the equip
ment, waxes and cleaning com
pounds are now a big aid when I
A financial report was given
on the concession stand held
during the pilgrimage.
Mrs. Jimmy Parrish gave some
of the highlights on the recent
tour of New Bern and Tryon
A report was given by Elva
Long on the luncheon she at- j
tended. The club has averaged’
a new member every month!
during last year.
The club donated $5.00 to the)
Red Cross to aid in keeping the|
blood bank for Edenton and
One new member, Mrs. Jean
Sawyer, was added and two!
visitors, Mrs. Virginia Williams!
and Linda Brabble attended.)
There were 16 members present, j
The Club Collect was repeated
in unison by all the members
after which thp meeting was ad
journed. Delicious strawberry
shortcake was enjoyed by every
Citizens Group Will
Hear Ralph Campbell
Ralph Campbell of Raleigh
will be speaker at the annual
freedom rally of the N.A.A.C.P.
youth council of Chowan County
at Kadesh A.M.E. Zion Church, 1
Sunday, May 28, at 3:00 P. M.
George F. Foxwell of Ligon
High School of Raleigh, will in
troduce the speaker. The Hath
away gospel singers wlil appear
on the program.
LIONS MEET MONDAY
Edenton’s Lions Club will
meet Monday night, May 29, at
7 o’clock. President James Grif
fin urges every member to be
ON N. C. HiGHM AY fl
Raleigh The Motor Vehicles
Department’s summary of traf
fic deaths through 10 A. M.,
Monday, May 22, 1961 follows:
Killed To Date 395
Killed To Date Last Year 407
20 YEARS AGO
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
ter being in declining health for
C. L. McCullers, director of
the Edenlon High School Band,
accepted an invitation for the
band to play in the Cotton Festi
val at Tarboro.
With 800 more questionnaires
to be filled out and returned be
fore July 1, Chowan County's
Selection Service advisory board
was swamped with work and
as a result called in 26 associates
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in order to complete the work
on time. The advisory board
consisted of J. N. Pruden, John
W. Graham and Mar Vim Wilson.
Seventy-three children enroll
ed at the Methodist daily vaca
tion Bible School.
Several Edenton merchants de
cided to dose for half day Wed
The annual vaccination of dog’s against
rabies will begin in Chowan County Mon
day, May 29. The law requires that all dogs
The time and place for the clinics will be
Quinton Bass’Store. _May 29, 11:30 A. M.
Grover Cale’s Store, .May 29, 12:30 P. M.
Valhalla May 30, 11:30 P. M.
Travis Jackson Store-May 30, 12:30 P. M.
W. E. Smith’s Store-_May 31, 11:30 A. M.
Small’s Cross Roads--May 31, 12:30 P. M.
Center Hill June 1, 11:30 A. M.
Arthur Byrum’s Store June 1, 12:30 P. M.
L. C. Briggs’Store..-June 2, 11:30 A. M.
Beecher Ward’s Store June 2, 12:30 P. M.
Yeopim Church June 3, 11:30 A. M.
St. John’s Church June 3, 12:30 P. M.
Edenton At Office in Westover Heights
Inspector Fee Will He SI.OO Per Dog
DR. G. L. GILCHRIST
Rabies Inspector of Chowan County
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basdays throughout the pummer
Annie Mason Byrum was
awarded the Rotary Cup at
graduation exercises -at the
Plymouth and Edenton High
School Bands presented a con
cert on the Court House Green.
The singing class of Oxford
Orphanage presented its annual
concert in the Edenton High
Robert Lee Humber of Green
ville was the graduation speak-j
er at Edenton High School.
Mis. Lillie Vance (Miss Lillie)
Bond died suddenly as the re
Dusting And Spraying Time Is Here
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
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GUY C. HOBBS, Mgr, “Your John Deere Drain'’ EDENTON, N. C
suit of a heart attack.
Postmaster C. E. Kramer re- 1
I ported that he was well pleas- j
j ed with the result of rural mail I
box improvement week.
W. J. Daniels and A. S. Hoi- i
I lowell attended the Virginia
Great Council of Red Men held
in Richmond. ,
Charles K. Wood. Jr., was one
of 24 North Carolinians to grad
uate at The Citadel in South
John A. Holmes, superintend
ent cf Edenton schools, report
ed that 68 students had been
neither absent or tardy during