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SCHOOL NEWS
E.I.C. Council celebrates
Head Start Awareness Month
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October is National Head Start
Awareness Month. It is a national
drive to make the public aware of the
program.
Head Start is a comprehensive
developmental program for children
ages 3-5. It is based on the premise
that all children share certain needs
and that children from low income
families, in particular, can benefit
from a program designed to meet
those needs.
The program operates in the
context of the child's total en
vironment, classroom and family. It
stresses not only education, but also
health, nutrition, mental health,
social services and parent in
School menus
The following is a list of menus for
the Perquimans County Schools for
the week of October 24-28.
Monday ? breakfast, glazed
doughnut or cereal, fruit or juice,
milk.
I.unch. foot long-hoagie/bun, hash
browns, greens, fruit, mgrs. choice
veg . milk.
Tuesday ? breakfast, muffin or
cereal, fruit or juice, milk.
Lunch, sliced ham, steak biscuit,
cabbage, potato salad, mgrs. choice
veg. , fruit bar, hot roll, milk.
Wednesday ? breakfast, cinnamon
bun or cereal, fruit or juice, milk.
Lunch, pepperoni pizza, sub
marine, lettuce 4 tomato, corn,
vegetable sticks, fruit, milk.
Thursday ? breakfast, sausage
line/biscuit, fruit or juice, milk.
Lunch, chicken pot pie, smoked
sausage, green beans, applesauce,
fries, sweet potato puff, milk.
Friday ? breakfast, mgrs. choice
bread, cereal, fruit or juice, milk. .
Lunch, h a m b ur g e r / b un ,
chili/beans, french fries, tossed
salad, fruit bar, vegetables, milk.
Service news
* ELTON
Spec 5 Angel F. Felton, son of
Freeman S. and Barbara J. Felton of
Route 1, Hertford, has arrived for
duty in Vieenza, Italy.
Felton, a medical specialist with
ine 4in Battalion, 3Z5tn Infantry
Regiment, was previously assigned
at Hunter Army Airfield, Ga.
He is a 1977 graduate of Chowan
High School, Edenton.
WE'RE GOING TO HAWAII!!
Everyone dreams of going to Hawaii one day ? we can
make your dream a reality.
On Thursday, October 27, at 7:30 p.m. at Knobbs Creek
Recreation Center; Northeastern Travel Services will be
showing previews of what we can expect to see when we go
to Hawaii in July of 1984.
The showing of this film, compliments of United Airlines,
is free and open to the public.
WILLIAMSBURG POTTERY & OUTLETS, No*. 5 *15
BURLINGTON SHOPPING SPREE, NOV. 19 $27
PHONE 338-2000
NORTHEASTERN TRAVEL SERVICES
420 NORTH HUGHES BLVD. TON E'S PLAZA ELIZABETH CITY
Special
this
Weekend I
20% OFF
All Fall and
Winter
Merchandise
Thursday,
Friday and
Saturday only.
Woodlond St.
Hertford, NC
Phon*:
426-5620
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volvement.
The Head Start Program has been
operating in the Tri -county area
since 1965. Presently, seven counties
are served: Chowan, Dare, Gates,
Hyde, Pasquotank, Perquimans and
Washington. There is a total of 270
children.
Within the next month the program
will expand into Currituck and
Tyrrell Counties adding a total of 55
children.
The public is invited to visit the
Head Start centers this special
month and all during the year.
Volunteer services are always
welcomed. For information call 482
4485.
Teachers kick-off school year
The theme for this year is
"Educate! Educate for Living in
a Changing World."
PI Chapter of the Delta Kappa
Gamma Society International
met October t, at "A Restaurant
By George" in Nags Head.
There were three initiates at
the meeting, Elizabeth Foster
from Manteo. escorted by E. J.
Buckingham; Brenda Terra nova
from Hertford, escorted by
Carroll Harrell; and Brenda
Winborne from Edenton,
escorted by Mar vis Hendrix.
President Jean Newell
presided at the business meeting
which opened with devotions by
Bernice Calloway. New year
books were distributed.
The following important dates
were announced: ,
October 2# ? Fall Region I
meeting in Plnetopa, N. C. at 10
a.m. Thia meeting will be held at
the United Methodist Church on
Highway 41.
December 3 ? PI Chapter will
meet at t:J0 a.m. at Christ
Episcopal church in Elisabeth
City. A Christmas Baiaar will
precede the meeting.
April 27-29 - Eta State Con
vention will be held in Raleigh
and our 50th birthday will be
celebrated. PI Chapter has been
asked to complete on ?" by 8"
square depicting the Wright
Memorial.
After a brief recess, Fannie
Newbern introduced the
program, "The Role of Com
puters In a Changing World. The
program was presented by Lynda
Rigga, a teacher of the
academically gifted, grades two
through eight, in Currituck
County.
Riggs emphasized the many
advantages and uses of the
computer in our daily lives and
the tremendous poatitve impact it
is having on pupils, teachers and
administrative personnel.
During the luncheon clothes
from The Galleon were modeled
by Linda Atwood, Milah Meekins,
Rose Smith, Marvis Hendrix and
E. J. Buckingham. At the con
clusion of the luncheon each new
member was presented' with a
long stemmed red rose.
TOOL SALE
Attention: Farmers - Mechanics - Trucker
- Heavy Equipment Men - Loggers - Maintenance Men
jO
Corner of Church and Grubb Streets at
Matthews Exxon Service Station
9 a.m. -until Now thru Sat., Oct. 22, 1983
SPECIALS
2 Ton Come-A-Long Reg. $99.95 now %J
10 Piece Cutlery Set ,^.$49.95 now*/55
Speakers -6x9 3 way 250 watt Reg. $99.95 NOW '19*
SOME FURNITURE AVAILABLE
Thousands of Tools now available from our Display Van
Greese Guns
Hammers
Jacks
Air Ratchets
Chisel Sets
Pliers
Metric Wrenches
Claw Hammers
Deep Well Sockets
Adjustable Wrenches
Jumper Cables
Vise Grips
1". i/4" socket Sets
Air Impact Wrenches
Elect. Drills
Gear Pullers 3" and up
5 and 12 Speed Drill Presses
4 to 6 in. Vises - Heavy Duty
Tap & Die Sets
Air Compressors
Lots Lots More
Too Numerous To List
We Carry Our Own Warranty:
Why order by phone? See what you are getting
and get it now. From a N.C. company.
    

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