College President Encourage People To Make Wills During "Make Your Will Month”
MURFREESBORO - In
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I CHURCH DIRECTORY
I Afrinnn St. John’s Baptist Church
I „ Methodist Pastor: Rev. J. E. Griffin
I Episcopal Zion Suriday School -10:00 A.M.
I Pleasant Grove A.M.E. Zion Morning Worship -11:30 A.M.
I Church Wed. Prayer Service -7 P.M.
■ Phoire? 482-2206 ChappeU HU. Baptist ~
I Kadesh A.M.E. Zion Church Route 1, Tyner, N.C.
1119 E. Gale St. Phone: 297-2290
iPhone: 482-8342 Pastor: BUly Old
IPastor: W. L. Wainwright Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
7i Morning Worship -11:00 A.M.
| Piney Grove A.M.E. Zion church Training - 7:00 P.M.
■ Church Mid-Week Service - 7:30 P.M.
■ Route 1
■ Sunday School • 10:45 A.M. Baptist
■ Morning Worship -11:30 A.M. Immanuel Baptist Church
■ Second and fourth Sundays W. Queen Street, Extd.
I ' .. —TT __. Phone: 482-3567
°" Pastor: Ashby Browder
I Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
I ,o nn Morning Worship -11:00 A.M.
■ Sunday School - 12.00 Evening Worship - 7:30 P.M.
■ Worship Service - 1:30 P.M. Mid-Week Service - 7:30 P.M.
I First and Third Sundays Weekly Daycare and
■ Pastor: W.L. Wainwright Christian School grades 1-12
| c -" T 'S t ; MEZ ”" Catholic
I Route 2 St. Anne’s CathoUc Church
I Edenton, N.C. 2( ? N - *!****
I Pastor: Rev. T. McPherson Phone 482-2617
I Morning Worship -11:00 A.M. PhricHan
I Sunday School - 9:45 A.M. F „S22iiiL
I First Assemblies S' 1 " S'”
Ut (jOQ Pastor: Rev. E. C. Alexander
I First Assembly Os God ._, „ .
I _ * Church Os God
lit o u C Ur ' l, 0 .. 901 Johnston Street
■ U. S. Highway 17 South Phone- 4R2-\im
I Phone: 482-4789 Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
■ Pastor: Rev. Norm Gloeckler Mor ning Worship -11:00 A.M.
■ Sunday School - 9:45 A.M. Sunday Night - 6:00 P.M.
■ Morning Worship -11:00 A.M. Wednesday Night - 7:30 P.M.
| Evening Worship - 7:00 P.M.
I Mid-Week Service - 7:30 P.M. Edenton Church Os God
■ In Christ
I BaDtlSt Comer of North Granville and
„ , . Peterson Streets.
■ Gale Street Baptist Church D , . .. ,
I West r.ale street Pastor: Elder Alexander Dixon
■ west Gale Street Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
Int .ck V J :, Jr Morning Worship -12:00
■ Church School - 10:00 A.M. YPWW - 6*30 P M
I Morning Worship - 11:00 A.M. Prayer and Youth Service
I BaUards Bridge Baptist Tuesdays at 7:00 P.M.
Church Prayer Service & Bible Study
I Route 1, Tyner, N.C. ***** at 7:30 P.M.
IKE <**, Church Os Christ
1 Morning Service - 11:00 A.M. Rollte ““T
Center HiU Chapel Baptist Phone. 482-4815 ~
Church Minister: Robert Mayo
I Tyner, N.C. Pfcone: 221-8515 Bible School - 9:30 A.M.
I Pastor: Rev. W. A. Moore Morning WOrsfup -"‘10:30 A:M.
I Morning Worship -11:30 Evening Worship - 6:00 P.M.
I Center Hill Baptist Church Cape Colo “y Church Os Christ
■ Tyner, N.C. Phone; 221-4060 Minister: Thomas Biggs
I Pastor: Rev. Robert Kelley ?} mdayS^ 1 11. 0 ° 1 . 10:66 '
■ , 1_ Morning Worship -11:00 A.M.
I Edenton Baptist Church Evening Worship - 7:30 PM-
I South Granville Street Wed. Bible Study - 7:30 P.M.
■ Phone: 482-3217 _ . .
■ Pastor: John A. Allen HiDlSCOpal
I Sunday School - 9:45 A M. The Church Os St. John
I Morning Worship -11:00 A.M. The Evangelist
I Evening Worship - 7:30 P.M. East Church Street
■ Mid-Week Service - 7:30 P.M. Priest-in-charge:
■ Ven. Webster Simons, J*.
I Greater Welch’s Chapel Church School -10:00 A.M.
I Baptist Church Morning Worship -11:00 A.M.
| Tyner, N.C. Phone:22l-4058 „. „ —— ■ . ———
■ _ I St. Paul's Episcopal Church
I Macedonia Baptist Church 101 W. Gale Street
I Route 3 Phone:4B2-3059 Phone:4B2-3522 )
■ Pastor: Rev. Charles Harris Rector: rev. R. W. Stone
I Sunday School -10:00 A.M. Hol y Eucharist - 8:00 A.M.
I Morning Worship -11:00 A.M. Service and Church School
I Evening Worship - 7:00 P.M. 11:00 A.M.
Bwed. Prayer Service-7:30 PM Interde nominational
I Providence Baptist Church Bandon Chapel
1214 W. Church Street Route 1, Edenton
| Phone: 482-4102 Phone:22l-8195
I .. .. . ~ Minister: Rev. Robert Harrell
■ Rocky Hock Baptist Church
I Route 1 , Phone:22l-4015 Faith Pentecostal Holiness
I Pastor: Rev. Don Wagner Church
I Sunday School - 9:45 A.M. Route 3 Phone: 482-7545
I Morning Worship -11:00 A.M. Pastor: Rev. Danny Gurganus
I Evening Worship - 7:30 P.M. Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
I Mid-Week Service - 7:30 P M Worsh ip Service -11:00 A.M.
| Evening Worship-7:00 P.M.
I Warren Grove Mid-Week Service - 7:30 P.M.
I Baptist Church
I Route i, Edenton Jehovah Witnesses
I Phone: 483-8084 Kingdom Hall Os
■ Pastor: Wilbert Mills Jehovah’s Witnesses
■ Sunday School -10:00 A.M. Hwy 17 North
I Morning Worship -11:00 A.M. Telephone: 482-4321
I Mid-Week Service-7:00 P.M. ,
I —— Pentecostal
j Ryan s Grove First Pentecostal Church
1 Baptist Church First Street
■ Route 3, Edenton Phone: 482-9871
| Pastor: Kevin Wed bee ——
I Sunday School -10:00 A.M. Mark’s Pentecostal Church
I Morning Worship -11:00 A.M R° ute 3 B°x 366-A
I Mid-Week Service 700 A M Pastor: Rev Hera 7 Moore, Jr.
Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
| 482-8871 Morning Services -12:00
I Yeopim Baptist Church Tuesday Service - 8:00 P.M.
I Route 2 Thursday Service - 8:00 P.M.
I Stanley Nixon, Pastor FWd *y Service - » : «> PM
■ ” woraup it,w A.M. First Presbyterian Church
Cape Colony Free Will W. Queen and Moseley
I Baptist Church Pastor: Dr. H.E. Mallinson
■ State Route 33 Alt. Phone: 482-4983
I Phone: 482-8208 Worship Service - U:00 A.M.
■ Pastor: Rev. Gordon Massey SuDday Scho ° l - 9:45 A M
lISS,^ 0 United Methodist
I Evening Worship - 6:00 P.M. Edenton United Methodist
I Mid-Week Service-7:00 PM. Virginia RoS
I White Oak Baptist Church Phone: 482-3269
■Tyner, N.C. Pastor:
I Phone: 221-3845 R*v. Richard Blankenhom
■ Pastor: Rev. Robert L. Sunday School -10:00 A.M.
1 Hollomon Worship Set vice -11:00 A.M. ,
■Sunday School -10:30 AM.
■Mamins Worshin - ii-ao a m Council on Ministries
■Morning Worship 11.30 A M Ist Sunday at 7 P.M.
“Make Your Will Month,”
Chowan College President
Bruce E. Whitaker en
courages the people of the
region including many alum
ni, friends and supporters of
Chowan to make their wills
and to include charitable gifts
as a part of their estate plan.
“January is a traditional
time for examining the past
and making plans for the
future. It is a judicious time to
make your will if you have
not,” Dr. Whitaker said.
He continued, “Experience
has taught us that many peo
ple with good intentions put
off indefinitely making a will
often causing considerable
confusion at the time of their
Dr. Whitaker advises con
sulting an attorney to have a
will properly executed. Nor
mally, simple wills can be
prepared at a very modest
Dr. Whitaker also reminds
those who have already
prepared wills that January
“is a good time to review and
update your will. Recent
changes in federal estate tax
laws may directly affect you
and your family. It is also a
good idea to review your will
when major changes are
made in your family status or
business or personal assets.”
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THE CHOWAN HERALD
Chowan’s president urges
area citizens to consider the
many advantages of the
charitable gift while revising
or updating' a will or prepar
ing a new one. He encourages
citizens to mention to their at
torneys and advisors that
they would like to make
charitable provisions in their
wills. “Chowan College will be
happy to assist citizens and
their attorneys and advisors
who wish to include Chowan
in their estate,” Dr. Whitaker
A charitable gift by will to
Chowan either for a desig
nated purpose such as a
scholarship or undesignated
to the general endowment of
the college will benefit the
lives of young men and
women through Christian
higher education from
generation to generation in
perpetuity. Through such a
gift an individual can assure
his continuing influences for
good over the years,”
In any event, Whitaker
states “now is a good time to
begin gathering records and
information so that you can
wisely make provision for the
accomplishment of your aims
and objectives beyond your
board of directors of R.J.
Reynolds Industrials, Inc.
declared the regular quarter
ly cash dividend of 75 cents
per share on the outstanding
common stock of the
The dividend is payable
March 5,1963, to shareholders
of record at the close of
business February 10. R.J.
Reynolds has paid a dividend
every year since 1900.
R.J. Reynolds Industries,
Inc., with headquarters in j
Winston-Salem, N.C., is the
parent company of R.J.
Reynolds Tobacco Co.; R.J. '
Reynolds Tobacco Interna- |
tional, Inc.; Del Monte Corp.
(canned and prepared frozen
foods, beverages and fresh ,
fruit); Heublein Inc. (spirits ,
and wines, food service and j
franchising, specialty grocery .
products); Aminoil USA, Inc. :
(energy exploration and (
development); Sea-Land In
dustries Investments, Inc. (
(containerized shipping); and ,
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9% Assumable Loan w/Owner Financing
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The "New Navigation Rules” Are Now ,
Required On Al Boats For Reference
The revised edition of the
Coast Guard publication,
International-Inland” is now
ayailable through the Govern
ment Printing Office.
Federal law requires that
after January 1, 1983, a copy
of the new Inland Navigation
Rules must be kept for
reference on board all boats
of 12 meters (39.4 feet) or
more in length operating on
And all boat operators,
regardless of the size of their
vessel, are expected to know
and comply with the Inland
Navigation Rules which
became effective on
December 24,1981, on all in
land waters except for the
Great Lakes. They will
become effective on the Great
Lakes on March 1, 1983.
The International Rules
which govern the operation of
vessels outside U.S. waters
have been revised by 55
amendments effective June 1,
1983. The Coast Guard book
contains all of these changes.
The Coast Guard stresses
that familiarity with the
navigation rules is one of the
surest ways to make vessel
operations safer and more en
joyable for all concerned.
Price of the Coast Guard
book is $6.50. It may be
ordered by name, “Naviga
tion Rules, International-
Inland,” and stock number,
050-012-00192-8, from the
Documents, U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington,
Anna Kay Manning
One student from the Eden
ton area won academic
honors at Campbell Universi
ty in the fall semester.
The following won recogni
tion on the Dean’s List: Anna
Kay Manning of Edenton.
The Dean’s List recognized
students who in the semester
just ended have achieved an
average of 3.25 or better in
completing 12 or more
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Open , (
Mon. and Thurs. 2
HiOO A.M. 3sOO P.M. • j
All Items i®
The Service Is Sponsored
By The Local Churches
Thursday. January 27. 1983
Purchasers should send a W
check or money order
payable to “Superintendent of' - i
Documents.” VISA or
Master Cards may be used if <
the purchaser provides i : ’
his/her name exactly as it ap- - ‘
pears on the card, identifies ''■!
the type of card, its number,
and expiration date. Also, ''
telephone orders may be i:)
placed by calling (202) 0
Meet Monday Nights ■
at 8:00 PM.
First Presbyterian Church *
corners of ■ -
West Queen end Mosley Street