By WILBORNE HARRELL A *
There’s a frightening overtone
in the mere fact that safety belts
are considered necessary for
cars. Now the terrific hazards
of the open road are recognized
and cast in the same category
as that of ships that carry life
boats and lifebelts, and planes
that carry parachutes. But, for
me, just the sight of that safety
belt would take all the pleasure
out of any automobile ride I
may have the occasion to take.
Gone would be the enjoyable
spin through the countryside, or
the relaxed ride just for fun
like the leisurely walks or buggy
rides we used to enjoy. Now
we are' grimlv reminded that
death rides in the rumble seat,
and each ride may be our last
one. But. we Americans are so
nonchalantly and unconcernedly
killing one another by the hun
dreds on the highways, I sup
pose something, no matter how
desperately or futile, had to be
done about it. Nevertheless, I
don’t like the idea of the ne>
Merry Hill News
By LOUISE B. ADAMS
Mr. and Mrs. George Oliver
and family of Cary spent the
week-end with Mrs. Oliver’s mo
ther, Mrs. Sallie Adams and
brother, Sammie Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Baker and
son, Everett spent Thursday in
Norfolk, Virginia on business.
Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Sr., re
turned home Wednesday afler
spending several days in Durham
to be with her husband in Vet
erans Hospital, who still remains
M- 22 £^>
Controls peanut leaf spot
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low-volume sprayers can be used for applying
Dithane M-22 sprays.
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on Dithane M-22 for peanut leaf spot control.
HA & AS ■
PHILADELPHIA I. M.
cessity for strapping me down,
when I take an auto ride.
Phil Osopher says, The tragedy
i and danger of the false propa
ganda that the communists
spread among illiterate and un-1
der-privileged countries about!
the United States and our demo-1
era tic form of government, is
that it is too often believed, j
And that also goes for we
I Americans —many of us, without I
stopping to think, also believe!
these preposterious fairy tales.!
There are many gullible, ignor-1
ant and credulous people here in J
I the United States, who follow;
| the Party Line without realizing j
jit. The Reds are experts at 1
j sugar-coating their ideologies.
i RAMBLING Have you ever'
caught lightning bugs and placed
| tern in a bottle? Thomas A. |
Edison, when he held his firstl
electric lamp in his hand, was j
'small potatoes as an inventor!
quite ill. I
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baze- (
more and children, Patricia and
Mike of Portsmouth, Va., visit
ed their grandmother, Mrs. C. T.
,Baker and aunts, Mrs. Louise
, Adams and Mrs. Viola Cowan on
Mrs. Sara Baker and daugh
! ter, Sheila arrived Monday from
Tampa, Fla., to spend some
time with her parents, Mr. and
I Mrs. Roy Bakcri-
Mrs. W. T. Davis, Mrs. Arthur!
Davis, Ken and Kerry Spivey!
were in Windsor Thursday on|
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baker, Mr.!
THE CHOWAN HERALD
compared to us when we held
in our hands boyhood’s light
ning bug lamp. But with child
hood’s natural cruelty, we never
stopped to think that to thus
imprison lightning bugs was not
altogether a humane act. But
does childhood know the mean
ing of compassion, forbearance,
mercy? There is as great a dif
ference in the glow and warmth
of the human soul and person
ality, between the child and the
adult, as existed between Edi
son’s electric lamp and boy
hood’s feeble lightning bug
lamp. So it is among nations.
A people must grow up and
gain mature stature, before they
can truly understand what the
torch of liberty and freedom
and democracy really mean.
That, is the basic reason for the
conflict and unrest among the
world’s young countries today—
it is a case of too much de
mocracy too soon.
No compromise with communism!
and Mrs. Luther Asbell of Wind
sor left Friday to spend until
Sunday with their sons-in-law
and daughters, Mr. and Mnj.
Don Ambrose and Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Lowers of Portsmouth, Va.
Mrs. Chet White and Mrs. Vi
ola Cowan were in Windsor
Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith
wick spent a few days last week
with her brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Keet
er in Edenton.
Miss Nancy Pruden of Wil
son spent Thursday night with
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Willis at
Bill Cowand left Friday with
the National Guard Unit of
Windsor for iwo weeks duty at
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Davis for supper on Wednesday
night, the occasion being Mr.
Davis’ birthday, were: Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Altman and children,
Gerald, Morris. Stewart, Joann.
Janie Ella and Stevie, Mrs. Wat
ford Phelps and .girls, Rita Ann
and Lorraine of Portsmouth,
Va., also Mrs. Kenneth Spivey
and boys, Ken and Kerry.
Mrs. L. M. Pierce entertain
ed at a fish fry at her home at
Merry Hill Friday night for the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
White, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hog
gard and daughter, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Pierce of Windsor,
L. M. Pierce and Norfleet
Thompson of Merry Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Willi
ford had as their guests for
dinner on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Mitchell and Miss Edna
Snell of Creswell and Tom
Lodge of Edenton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Winborne
visited Mr. and Mrs. Grover
.Kabrich of Anderson, Indiana, at
the home of her mother, Mrs.
oj| by Schenley
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FACING TIIK ISSUE A real flesh and blood totem pole
brightens the scene in Dallas, Tex., as three cub scouts pose
with scout-made totems.
Nancy Winborne of Ahoskie on
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kab-
Tich is the former Miss Hannah
Thomas Winborne of Ahoskie.
They also visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Bowen and daughter,
Suzanne, of Windsor.
Tommie Rhea of the U. S.
Soldiers Home, Washington, D.
C., spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. Britt Smithwick. Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Bissette of Raleigh
spent Sunday and Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. Smithwick also.
Mrs. Cecil Newborn of'" Wil
liamstori and Mrs. Bessie Coffee
and daughters of Newport News,
Va., visited Miss Beulah White
and Mrs. J. W. Winborne Tues
Jo Lo Williford was the guest
of hi.s daughter, Mrs. Walter
Lawrence and family of Windsor
The Fruit Stand Operated By
[ FRANK AM) HFYWOOD JONES
Is Now Open For Business
FULL LINE OF CANTALOUPES,
WATERMELONS AND PEACHES
All Kinds of Fruits and Vegetables
; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
> Highway 17 South .5 Miles from Edenton
> (No Sunday Sales)
rcr Sunday dinner.
Miss Phyllis Smithwick re
turned home Thursday after
spending a week with her sis
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob House of Harrellsville.
Mrs. J. Britt Smithwick visit
ed her sister, Mrs. Gladys Out
law Saturday in Edenton. Mrs.
Outlaw and daughter, Jerry, re
turned home with Mrs. Smith
wick to spend Saturday night
Mrs. H. R. Outlaw spent a
few days last week with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Cliff Kccter in Eden
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Keeter and
son. Scottie of Edenton visited
,re ! ntives and friends Saturday.
Mrs. W. T. Davis, Mrs Ken
neth Spivey and son. Kerry,
were in Jackson and Aulander
Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pruden,
Jr., and Mrs. E. J. Pruden, Sr., I
were in Durham Sunday to see ,
E. J. Pruden, Sr„ who still re- j
mains very sic'" in Veterans
Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Baker I
visited Mrs. DaXer’s father, Zeb
Cobb, who is a patient in the'
sanitorium at Wilson, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davis, Ken j
and Kerry Spivey, Mrs. Minnie j
Bazemore and son, Bert of Eden- j
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. George j
Davis and family in Elizabeth j
City Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Kate Johnson of Cole
rain is spending two weeks with
Mrs. W. H. Taylor.
HD Clubs Urg-e More
Consumption Os Milk
Chowan Home Demonstration
Club members urge drinking
more milk and using more milk
products such as cottage cheese
in one's diet.
utril onis's i‘>d t« u,,-
plicate the food elements in a
quart of milk by purchasing oth
er products, it would cost about
Dr. Charles 11. Mayo, iate d s
tinguished surgeon at the fa
mous Mayo Clinic said, “Consid
ering its cost per pound, mil
offers more fond for the mo”?v j
than any other food material
Studies of consumer food ex
penditures show that 18 to 20
percent of the family food bud-!
get is spent for milk and milk!
products. Here’s what the Amer
ican family gets for this money:!
23-26 percent of their calories,!
Don’t Gag—Buy oiaj j
dentists say "wonderful" .
'best I're ever used" . . .
'best tooth paste or the oarKei !
BUCKET SEATS ALONE DO NOT A MONZA MAKE
—-■"»' ■ 11 ■ Gee! ■ Little did we know,
when we introduced the
j i could buy a car that treats
■ a Molina handles—some'-
II ■ / J I 11 1 fill K cause Corvair is the only
fp|| i|| |i :•'! |:’.i.;||j|!|j ;; rear-engined car made in this
I, | I III! I ■|i| lj|;j j!|| 11 !| H countrv, and vou know what
yill[|||N fe |ll =j |!i „„e,i„ s light a,
rJi thistledown. (You even park
this one more easily, it steers
so briskly.) Beautifully bal
anced braking—the car stays
(level even under panic brak
ing, which we hope you’ll
never have to do. Traction
■ and more traction, so you
that’s sheer joy to experi
ence. ■ You get more: a
shocks before they can ruffle
erating cost. ■ You’re not
bucket seats alone, are you?
Drive the Corvair Monza at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer’s
George Chevrolet Co., Inc.
1100 N. Broad St PHONE 2138 Edewfcon, N. C.
Manufacturer’s License No. 110 DEALER’S FRANCHISE NO. $69
Edenton, North Carolina
Thursday, June 15, 1961.
40-45 percent of their protein, |
75-84 percent of their calcium,
50-76 percent of their riboflavin,
35-39 percent of their Vitamin
A, 18-19 percent of their thia- !
min, and 5-6 percent of their
iron and niacin.
In terms of today’s factory
wages, the “real” price of a
quart of milk is the lowest in
history, according to the U. S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Back
in 1890 it took 26 minutes of
factory work to pay for a quart
of milk selling at the average
price of 6.8 cents. Today it
takes less than 7 minutes to
earn the price of a quart of
home-delivered milk figured at
25.2 cents pci- quart.
“June is Dairy Month and
.‘The Livin’ Is Easy With Dairy
'‘d’. Use;.them in vour menu
planning.- say Chowan Horne
Demon"ration Club members.
Captain and Mrs. W. O. Spe’ght
f u’t'stov' - r Air Force Base,
r t Service
// * —by
/ / REGISTERED PHARMACISTS
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physician nr 1* v tJ
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Massachusetts, announce the
birth of their second child, a
daughter, Lisa Carol, bom June
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