MRS. JAMES CLINTON SPENCER
Miss Mary Sue Elliott was
married to James Clinton Spen
cer on Saturday afternoon, June
24, at 4:30 o’clock in the First
Presbyterian Church at Virginia
Beach. ‘ The Rev. Lamar Seritell
of Fox Hall Baptist Church, Nor
folk, V&., former pastor of the
bride, performed the ceremony.
Following the ceremony the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
William Dalton Elliott! of Tyner
received guests at a reception
in the church social hall. The
bridegroom is a son <jf Mrs
Edward Alfred Soencer and the
late Mr. Spencer of Ramseur.
After a wedding trip to Wash
ington the couple will live at
5000 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia
. Both are faculty members a!
Princess Anne High School. Tilt
bride teaches home economics
and graduated from the Woman’s
Golle.ge of the University o
North Carolina at Greensboro.
The bridegroom, who attendee
Appalachian State Teachers Col
lege at Boone, N. C., and Elon
College, teaches health and phy
Given in marriage by her fa
ther, the bride had her sister.
Miss Celia Rae Eliiott of Tyner
for maid of honor. Miss Sara
Elliott, another sister of Tyner,
was a bridesmaid with Mrs.
Kells Barrett of Atlantic Beach.
N. C., college roommate of the
bride, and Miss Doris Suit of
Crockett, who has been rooming
EDEXTON, N. C.
Thursday, August 3
Janies Darren, Burl Ives and
Shelly Winters in
"LET NO MAN WRITE
Friday and Saturday,
Bill Travers 'in
f "THE GREEN HELMET"
Rory Calhoun in
| "RAW EDGE"
; Sunday, Monday and
! Tuesday, August 6-7-8—
! Elvis Presley, Hope Lange,
; Tuesday Weld, Millie Perkins
| "WILD IN THE COUNTRY"
Cinemascope and Color
; Wednesday, August 9
Shows continuous from 3:30
David Ladd in
"A DOG CF FLANDERS"
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FREE MOVIE DAY
Trade With The Following
Merchants And Get Free
George Chevrolet Company, Inc.
Ricks Laundry A Dry Cleaner*
PAG Super Market
Alb* marie Motor Company - f
Phthisic's Super Market, Inc. —■
[ Quinn Furnltnre Company, Ine.
Eden tan Furniture Company _
The Olentoa Restaurant
Bill Berry'6 Texaco Service ;
iHollowtlls Rexall Drag Store
-Fru-CuA Beauty Shop
Coming,, August 10-11-12
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with the bride and also teaches
at Princess Anne. Colleen and
Marcheta Perry of Hertford,
nieces of the bride, were flower
The bridegroom had his broth
er, Thomas Spencer of Balti
more, Md., for best man. Tom
my Thomas of Greensboro, Dr.
William Stout of Washington,
D. C„ and Kells Barrett were
Music was furnished by Mrs.
Merritt Hooper (former Peggy
Perry of Tyner) of Elizabeth
City. Selections were "Ah,
Sweet Mystery of Life,” “Oh,
Perfect Love,” and “The Wed
The bride wore a white dress
which she had designed and
made, assisted by her mother.
Fashioned of imported pure silk
organza over tulle and taffeta,
the dress was trimmed with ap
jliques of ehantilly lace em
broidered with seed pearls and
sequins which outlined the neck-
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THE CHOWAN HERALD. EDENTON. NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1961.
line, covered the front bodice |
and short sleeves and were |
used in triple motifs down the
full skirt center. Tiny covered
buttons accented the pointed
back bodice to which two large
panels of lace extended into a
full train. Her fingertip veil
of imported French illusion fell
from a crown of seed pearls and |
sequins. She carried a cascade
of white orchids and varigated
Her senior attendants wore
aquamarine silk organza over
taffeta, fashioned with short
sleeves, oval neckline and belled
The honor attendant carried
fuchsia snapdragons and pink
, throated lilies and the brides
| maids carried pink snapdragons
| and crimson-throated lilies. The
i flower girls wore aquamarine
I dresses fashioned as the senior
1 attendant and carried chains of
pink-throated lilies and sum
The bride’s mother wore an
aqua linen dress and the bride
groom'-s mother wore a dress of
slate blue lace. Both mothers
wore corsages of white orchids.
By FRANK ROBERTS !
Quite a few Edentonians echo
my sentiments: I’m a North
erner by birth, g southerner by
| choice. I’m a club-member, as
is Larry Noyes. • Larry is our
! town’s only full-time account
ant and handles the bulk of
Edenton’s business. He’s happi
ly married to the former Mad
| lean Stillman of Creswell, and
1 they have two girls, one and
’ three years of age. Originally,
p i Larry hailed from Toledo, Ohio,
and graduated from Holland
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High School there in only three
years. To top that off, he grad
uated from the University of
Toledo in only three years.
While attending the university
he worked from 20 to 60 hours
per week, yet still maintained a
B plus average, just as in high
school. Right now, he has only
about nine hours to go to re
ceive his Master’s Degree for
BA. This scholastic wonder also
spent a good four years in the
Marines and at one time was
stationed in Eden ton. So far as
his work is concerned, Larry
started as accountant for Ernst
and Ernst, the largest public ac
counting firm in the world with
headquarters at Richmond. Next
he came to work with R. E.
Aiken of Elizabeth City, and
opened their Edenton offices.
H e worked with Aiken until
June of this year and since that
time he’s been in business for
himself in our town. Inciden
tally, he’s turned down many
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early fall. You will want to read every section of this big circular and then make
your plans to be here early AUGUST 3rd for the savings of your life.
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’ _ _ _ EOYS' $1.99 VALUE SWIM SUITS 51.47
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BELK-TYLER’S Os EDENTON
another lucrative offer to stay
in Edenton. One of his main
reasons is the faith he has in
our community’s future. As for
his own business, it’s looking j
good now and looks even more
promising in the years to come, j
As for the overall business pic
ture in Edenton, Larry says I
that it’s lower than it was in
1959, according to the latest!
compilation of facts and figures.;
Furthermore, it’ll keep getting
lower until industry settles here.,
Right now the reliance is on
agriculture, which doesn’t look
promising. However, as stated
before, Larry has great faith in!
the future of this area and once
industry does come to our town,
this economical fact will be a
reality. The new industry will
create new businesses on the re
tail level. For instance, for
jeach industry that emDloys 100
people, one new retail outlet is
: created. I asked him if new
' industry would affect farming.
He pointed out that in Washing- 1
ton County quite a few farmers!
work full-time in the pulp mill,
but still work their cwn farms J
as a second job. Result? A
thriving economy. It could hap-!
pen here! What's happening here 1
businesswise right now? Some
thing akin to a stand-still andj
to add to those problems, ij
checked to find out the busi-]
nessman's biggest complaint. It’s |
this: people who won’t pay for
what they buy. I think the term
is “deadbeat”. The overall pic
ture though is promising. The,
future looks very good and Lar
ry Noyes, who has his finger on
the pulse of the community,
feels optimistically cheerful con
cerning the economy of this I
area. Larry, who specializes in
accounting systems and manage- j
ment service, is recognized by|
his customers as an outstanding
authority on accounting and by!
his friends as extremely intelli-j
gent, extremely personable and'
a good guy to have working
with us, and for us, here in
Closing Thought: In business,
three things axe necessary . . .
knowledge, temper and time.
Witnesses Plan To
Fifteen delegates from the
Edenton Congregation of Je
hovah’s Witnesses plan to at
tend the Circuit Convention
which will be held at Ports
mouth, Va., August 4-6.
More than 600 delegates from
16 congregations from Virginia
and North Carolina are expect
ed. The meeting will be held
at the S. H. Clarke. Jr.. High
School, Airline Turnpike. Ports
The convention’s climax will
be a public address by H. L.
Brissett, district supervisor. Sun
day, August 6, at 3 P. M. The
subject of the address will be
“The 20th Century in Bible Pro
phecy. All sessions will be open
to the public.
Raleigh - The Motor Vehicles
Department's summary of traffic
deaths through 10 A. M., Mon
day, July 31 follows:
Killed To Date 604
Killed To Da*e Last Year 634
Mr. and Mr. John Shackel
ford announce the birth of a 7
lb. 14 oz. son. John Ay cock
Shackelford. The newcomer ar
rived at. Chowan Hospital Thurs