Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Davis!
spent the week-end with their 1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carson
Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Boyce. They were accompanied
home by Waverly Westbrook'
who will spend the week with
At Nags Head
Mrs. Jimmie Earnhardt is !
spending this week at Nags 1
Head with Mr. and Mrs. Clay B. J
Foreman of Elizabeth City. Mr.,
Earnhardt will join them at the'
Foreman cottage for the week
Attending Board Meeting
Jimmie Earnhardt is attending
the board of directors meeting
of the Theatre Owners of North
and South Carolina in Charlotte
this week. j
Mrs. W. L. Boswell left Fri
day by plane for Corna Del Mar,
California, to visit her son-in- 1
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Visiting In Rale'igh
Miss Betsy Campen is- spend
ing this week in Raleigh as the
guest of Miss Pat Mooney.
In Raleigh This Week
Miss Sue Skiles is spending
this week in Raleigh as the
guest of Miss Jackie Mooney.
John Stanton of Greensboro
spent the week-end with his
brother and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Week-end In Richmond
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis
and children spent the week-end
in Richmond with relatives.
Guest of Sister
Miss Sue Eatman of Wilson
is visiting her sister and family, i
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkinson.
Visit In Severn
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hassell and
famly visited her mother, Mrs.
C. J. Maddrey of Severn over
Return From Puerto Rico
Mrs. E. E. Wright and chil
dren, Vonnie, Debra and Bert,
have returned from Puerto Rico,
wnere they spent a month as
guests of Mrs. Wright’s family. j
Visit At Merry Hill
Mrs. Leon An,ge and family
were guests of Mrs. Archie Lay-|
ton at Merry Hill on Monday. ,
Return From Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Nixon'
and son. Billy of Winfall and]
Mrs. Eddie Nixon of Rocky Hock j
returned home Wednesday of |
last week from a trip to Belling- 1
ham, Washington, where they
visited their sister, Mrs. C. E. i
DeGeest and family. While on
the trip they traveled in 2d j
states, Mexico and Canada.
Visiting In New Jersey
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Elliott
are visiting in Summitt, New
Jersey with Mr. and Mrs. W. C.:
Miss Brenda Stallings return-!
ed home over the week-end af
ter visiting with relatives, George
T. and Cora White of Grcatneck
Estate and J. Street and Naomi
Stallings of Virginia Beach, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayburn Boat-:
right of Qkeana, Ohio, havo
been guests of Mrs. W. E. Baker
for several days.
Mrs. James W. Wilkins and
daughters. Candy and Al ie Lee,
of Suffolk. Va., spent Friday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j
J. Frank White on West Eden
Street. She returned home the
• same afternoon accompanied by
her parents for a short visit. Mr.
and Mrs. White returned home
F. H. Worsley of Greenville
was in Edenton several days
this week visiting friends and
Vacationing At Beach
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarence Leary
and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Weeks
and children are spending this j
week at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Shelton 1
of Kannapolis are spending a
few days with their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Visit At Nags Head
Misses Marian and Agnes Rob
inson and Mrs. R. P. Badham
spent several days at Nags
Head with Mrs. Ernest Leary.
Guest of Mother
Dr. William Graham of Dur
ham spent several days in* Eden
ton last week with his mother,
Mrs. W, A. Graham.
I Attend Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Good
win, Sr., Miss Theda Goodwin,
Mrs. Kathleen B. Skiles, Bud
and Susan Skiles, Miss Ida Cam- 1
pen and Ralph Outlaw were in
Burgaw, N. C., for the week
end to attend the Goodwin-Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Lynol Muoie of
Norfolk spent Sunday as guests
of Mrs. Moore’s mother, Mrs.
J. E. Lassiter.
Attends Horse Show
Mrs. John Wood, Sr., attended
the horse show in Martinsville,
Va. Her granddaughter, Anna
Wood Ragland of Raleigh, par
Mrs. Frances Dalker Dodd of |
Richmond, with her niece, Mrs. j
Gordon Daggy of Philadelphia,;
visited friends in Edenton last!
Virginia Beach Visitors
Commander and Mrs. Julien
Timberlake of Virginia Beach,
spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Newcomb.
Mrs. Robert Kane of Wash
ington, D. C., and Mrs. W. T. i
Davis have been spending the J
past two weeks with Mr. and!
Mrs. Carson Davis, Miss Lucy
Davis and other relatives of the
Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Hollowell
visited in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carson Davis Sunday after-1 (
Visit In Hampton
Mrs. W. T. Davis and Mrs. j t
Robert Kane of Washington, D. j 1
C., algo Mr. and Mrs., Carson \
Davis and Miss Lucy Davis j '
spent Thursday in Hampton, Va., ] '
with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Davis. ] *
Tuesday Visitor ! i
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hollowell ]
and daughter, Cheryl, visited in i t
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Car
son Davis Tuesday evening. .
Robert G. Oglesby, his son- :
in-law and daughter, Mr. and 1
Mrs. William Roberts and son of;
Dallas, Texas, arrived Tuesday
night to spend a week as guests 1
of Mr. Oglesby’s brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
■ ■ ■ O-
Returns From Convention
Mrs. Anne Jenkins returned
Tuesday night from Durham,
where she attended the annual
convention of the North Caro
lina Cosmotologists Association. J
Mrs. Jenkins, president of the
East Carolina Cosmotologists As
sociation, officiated at the in
Mrs. David Ward and daugh
ter. Gail of Norfolk, Va M were]
guests last week of Mrs. Ward’s]
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J, j
Farmer and her brother, W. F. •
Farmer and family.
Leaving For Petersburg
Miss Vickie Allsbrook, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Alls
brook. will leave Sunday for
Petersburg, Va. Miss Alls- j
brook will enroll in the Peters-]
burg High School and will live]
with her aunt, Mrs. H. C. Wal- ]
Saturday In Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Kermit L. Lay-]
ton accompanied their daugh- j
ter, Miss Barbara Layton, to
Norfolk Saturday, where she 1
represented Edenton in the Nor- ]
folk-Portsmouth Good Neighbor i
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Coth- '
ran of Norfolk, Va., spent the!
week-end with her brother-in-1
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. i
RED MEN MEETING
Chowan Tribe No. 12, Improv- j
ed Order of Red Men, will meet j
Monday night, August 28, at 8
o’clock. All members are urged
H VODKA ROYALE I
Lj»| $2.05 PINT
DtSTIUCD FROM GRAIN - *0 PROOF
I CHARLES JACQUIN et Cie, Inc., Philadelphia. Penna. Est 1884
THE CHOWAI> iiEJHALD. Eb&w'K/w. NORTH CAROLINA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, '1961.
HE MADE IT —Ray Weaver,
39, is sitting tight in his 16-
foot boat, circle, as it bobs in ]
the rapids beneath Niagara j
Falls. He was trying to prove |
that craft which he buih ]
was safe enough for reset;
work. He landed ashoi
Joyce Ann Moore
Weds ( has. Hopkins
Miss Joyce Ann Moore and !
Charles Herbert Hopkins were ]
united in marriage Friday of.,
last week at the Christian
Church in Norfolk, Va., with ,
the Rev. Mr. Pegram officiating.
The bride is the daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. Lynol Moore of |
Norfolk and granddaughter of '
Mrs. Maude Lassiter of Edenton. |
She had as matron of hpn'or
her sister, Mrs. Ann Boyd. Mr. |
Hopkins had as his best man j
James Book, USN.
The bride was given in marri- |
age by her father. For her wed
ding she wore a white dress of
silk shantung and white acces
sories and white orchid" corsage. ,
Mrs. Boyd wore a matching out
-1 fit of pink with purple orchid ]
; Immediately following the wed
ding ceremony a reception was
held at. the home of Mrs. W. T.
Boyd, sister of the bride.
Mrs. Hopkins chose for her '
wedding trip a matching two- j
•piece dress of beige linen. The I
newlyweds arc now residing at
I 1553 Lea view Avenue in Nor-j
Margaret M. Nichols
Weds S. C. Mills, Jr.
Margaret Mary Nichols and •
Snowden Calvin Mills, Jr., were I
married Saturday. August 19, at
] the Grace Episcopal Church in
Newport News, Va. The Rev. ]
| Father J. Harmon Smith per- j
j formed the ceremony.
Thq bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Nichols j
of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr.
] and Mrs. Snowden C. Mills of
After a wedding trip the cou
ple will reside at 114A Annstron
Drive, Hampton, Va.
| COMMISSIONERS WILL
MEET SEPTEMBER Bth
Chowan County Commission- |
j ers will hold their September !
] meeting Friday, September 8, at ]
19 o’clock instead of Monday, i
; September 4. The change in j
meeting is due to the Labor Day j
JAYCEES MEET TONIGHT
Edenton’s Junior Chamber of
! Commerce will meet tonight
(Thursday) at 7 o’clock at the
Edenton Restaurant. President
| William Easterling states that a
! considerable amount of import
ant business has accumulated
i and for that reason he requests
every Jaycee to attend.
20 YEARS AGO
Continued from Page 1, Section 1
Employees of the Albemarle
Peanut Company were substan
tially benefitted when every em
ployee of the concern received a
bonus ranging from S3OO to S2O.
John A. Holmes announced
that W. E. Bowman of Green
ville. Tenn., had been employed
as football coach to succeed
Jimmy Maus, who resigned.
A sensation occurred at the
ccunly dock when the body of
a colored man was found float-;
ing in the water. The body was
not identified and was turned'
over to Willie Charlton for bur
ial at the exDense of *he county.
Fourteen Edenton Masons visit
ed George W. Wright Lodge No.
346 in Norfolk.
Honry Gardner was admitted
save on Save on food and perk up summer appe- whole grade^a”
£/0/B /& tites at the same time. During- our food
jamboree you’ll find special buys on frozen jT Pj |\
foods, meats, fruits, vegetables and every
thing you need to make delicious summer ||
Ir meals and picnics. ID*
1-Lb. Cypress I 1-Lb. Bag Signal
SLICED BACON b39c | Sausage Meat 33®
Swift’s Premium Tender First Cut
mmmi 9‘ im
No. 300 American Beauty 2-OZ. —l5 c 1
Pal.y Lima Beans A £ LUZIANNE WM
blackeye Peas |||||g| t p££
Pork and Beans MH jj instant COltee
Vegetable Soup PI fpdSr jar m
QUART WAY PACK WHOLE 12"I)Z. NIAGARA 5TARCH......... pkj. 20c
Sweet Pickles jar 39c PWT - DUKES M«YOWHMSE ..jar 39c |
NO. 2>/ 2 BETTY ANN FREESTONE 3-LB. FLUFFO-GcOFF .....canßscll
Peach Halves can 19c 12-OZ. NIBLET CORN ...2cans39c
h*™ar size ■ " 1-LB. NBC TWIN PACK FIG BARS.... pkg. 35c
FAB 5c off box 27c 6-OZ. SUNSHINE CHEEZ-ITS. pkg. 19c ||
U ~ S ' w ° l
WHITE POTATOES ba* 29c
California Seedless y 0 good health
white jgpf* mmm
Grapes Breaded C2r 1 , ' Uk ’SJ""*'
SHRIMP , 1,,,,.. "iVr* h OLEO
W C P k «- 49c pkg. 39c each 29c
as a patient in Veterans Hospital
1 at Kecpughfan. Va.
State Fisheries Commissioner
John A. Nelson reported that
i spring shad and herring fishing
. showed a marked Increase over
. the 1940 season,
i John R. Lewis and T. F. Twid
■ dy while riding in a motor boat
: near Cherry Point found a 52- 1
gallon airplane fuel tank which i
had washed up on the beach, j
Mrs. William Badham was able
to get about on crutches for the]
j first time after an injury 19
months previous when she fell
; down stairs at the home of a 1
daughter. Mrs. Richard D. Dixon.
Miss Orphia Cozart, The Her
ald’s society editor, was a con
testant in a bathing beauty con
test held at the Wilson Tobacco
TRY A HbHALD CLASSIFIED
Two Edenton Boys
Pre-Register At UNC
Roland Harris Vaughan, Jr.;
and Richard Henderson Goodwin
pre-registered last week in the
General College Pre-Registra -
tion Program at the University
lof North Carolina at Chapel
Goodwin is the son of Mrs.
R7 H. Goodwin ana Vaughan is
the son of Dr. and Mrs. R. H.
The boys were two of over
100 students who participated inj
the University’s pre-registration
program last week. j
The purpose of the pre-regi-]
stration program is to enable
students entering the University
to take required placement tests,
in advance, to select their sub
jects for the fall, and to have!
; the opportunity to consult of
ficials of the University regard-
I ing loans, scholarships, jobs,
I housing and ROTC opportuni-
1 The three year old program is
sponsored by the General Col
lege, the Administrations Office,
the Office of Student Affairs,
and the University Testing Ser
Visit the Mobile Unit for Free Hearing. Tests . . . Free Hear
ing Aid Demonstrations and Hearing Advica. Hearing Aid
Service and Supplies.
FRIDAY. AUGUST 25 HERTFORD: 10-4!
(Municipal Parking Lot)
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 EDENTON: 10-8
(Texaco Station across from Post Office)
vice. Over 500 pre-s-e£pstet£d
June-.,- *. _ .. f.
VFW MEETS TUESDAY >
William H. CoffieM Post No.
9280, ..Veterans of Foreign Wars,!
\yill meet Tuesday night, Au
gust at 8 o’clock. Command?
er Bill. Harris urges a large
turnout of members. ’ :•'<