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Tuc&Uy, January 31, 1928
Returns From Norfolk
Mrs. Lawrence Peel returned yes
ttfdiy from Norfolk, where she has
been visiting her sister for two
Spends Week-End in Greensboro
Miss Thelma Brown spent the
week end in Greensboro with Miss
In Winston-Salem \
William Cook and Julian Harrell
visited friends in Winston-Salem
during the week end.
Returns From Washington
Mrs. N. C. Green returned yester
day from Washington, D. C., where
she visited relatives.
Returns From Dunn
Miss Esther Harrison returned
Sunday night from Dunn, where she
visited her sister, Mrs. Ralph Parker.
Home From Duke
Bryant Carstarphen arrived Sun
day night for a two weeks' visit af
ter completing his mid-term exams at
Returns To Greensboro ,
Miss Mary Harris has returned to
North Carolina College for Women,
Greensboro, after visiting her par-*
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Harris
for the week end.
Here From Wake Forest
Ben Courtney, of Wake Forest
College, visited his parents during
the week end.
Returns from Washington
Harry A. Biggs returned Sunday
from Washington, where he spent the
week end with Dr. John Cotton Tay
Mr. Gurganus Quite 111
Hriends will regret to learn that
Mr. Eli Gurganus is quite ill at a
hospital in Tarborn. He has been
in feeble hmlth for a year or two.
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Society & Personals
Mr*. ELBERT 6. PEEL, Hte
Visiting in Fayetteville
Mrs. G. W. Hardison, Mrs. F. L.
Minga, and Miss Katherine Hardi
son visited Rev. and Mrs. Sutton in
Fayetteville. Miss Virgiiitia Harri
son accompanied them and visited
relatives in that city.
J. S. Collins returned yesterday
from Wilson, where he spent the
week end with his family.
M. B. Crawford Better
Friends of K. B. Crawford, who
have been very anxious about him
since he was operated on Saturday
for appendicitis, are delighted that
he is getting along very well now.
Mrs. Crawford is in a Washington
hospital with him.
Leave for Philadelphia
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Manning
left this morning for Philadelphia to
visit Dr. Swinnex. Mr. Manning's
eye has given him serious trouble
and that is the purpose of their visit.
His friends here are very much in
j terested in his recovery.
Here from Roanoke Rapids
Raymond McKeniie, of Roanoke
Rapids, visited Mrs. McKenzie dur
ing the week end.
Visitor From Washington
Stanley Sessoms, of Washington,
visited friends here Sunday.
Spends Week End at Atlantic
Supt. L. H. Davis spent the week
end with his people at Atlantic.
Here From Oak City
Mr. T. W. Davenport, of Oak City
was a visitor in town yesterday.
Spends Monday in Town
Mr. J. J. Harrington, of Greenville,
spent Monday in Williamston.
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TU ESDAY AMD FRIDAY
Mrs. F. U. Barnes Hostess
To Two Clubs Last
On Friday tyght, at her home on
Church Street, Mrs. F. U. Barnes
was hostess to her own card club
and the Thursday Afternoon Club.
There were four tables of bridge.
Mrs. J. G. Godard made high score
for her club and Mrs. P. H. Brown
for the other, and both were given
lovely hand-made curtains as prizes.
Oyster cocktail, sandwiches, cheese
straws, pickles, wafers, coffee, and
salted nuts were served after four
progressions were made.
Those present included Miss Anna
Crawford, Mesdames Titus Critcher,
J. S. Rhodes, S. R. Biggs, H. M.
Stubbs, J. G. Godard, J. H. Saun-j
ders, J. N. Manning, C. A. Harrison,
J. D. Woolard, Clayton Moore, P. H.
Brown, P. B. Cone, F. W. Hoyt, and
J. W. Watts, jr.
OAK CITY NEWS
The Ladies' Literary club will meet
with Mrs. T. H. Johnson on February
15. The topic for study will be the
life and works of Sidney Lanier.
A double party was given Friday
evening, January 20 in the home of
Mr. Joe Harrel in honor of Misses
Frances Council's and Helen Pugh's
birthdays. Games were played and a
fruit course was served.
» Misses Hilda and Hallie Tyson spent
the week end near Greenville, visiting
Mrs. Alice Harrell spent Saturday
evening with her daughter, Mrs. G. O.
Crisp of Parmele.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davenport and
- Miss Leona Newton motored to
Mr. Ernest Etheridge, who has been
in Massy Business College, Richmond,
was home for the week end on busi
for colds, grip
and flu take
B TRAD* MARK RIO.
Rtiievu the congestion,
and hastens recovery.
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A horse or a mule at the right price is what you are looking for. We
have them. Come in to see them. Stables back of Harrison Bros. & Co.
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John F. Thigpen
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Rules Governing Rental
Of Woman's Club Rooms
1. The rental charge of the club
rooms shall be $5.00 until further no
2. jAII parties conducted at the club
rooms must begin at an early hour,
not later than 9, and the club rooms
[must be vacated by 1 o'clock.
3. Parties who rent the club rooms
shall be held responsible for leaving
the rooms in good condition, and
when the rooms are rented on Tues
day evening, they must be cleaned
and in good condition by 10 o'clock
on Wednesday morning.
4. Persons desiring to rent the club
rooms must make application to the
rental committee one week before the
time they desire to use them.
5. When dances are conducted at
the club rooms, there will be no inter
mission, and no one will be permitted j
to leave the rooms and return. This J
applies to alf guests.
6. All dances held in the club
rooms must have four chaperones.
The hostess will be held tpsponsible
for the conduct of her guests.
7. If any one is found to be intoxi
cated while in the club rooms, that
person shall be asked to withdraw
There must positively be no serving
of intoxicating drinks at any time in
the" club rooms.
Rule No. 6 was added to the rules
at a meeting of the executive commit
i tee in March, 1927. No. 4 was add
ed in December, 1927.
The Parents-Teachers Association
met January 18th with 25 members
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present and several visitors, who were
favored by a splendid talk given by
Mrs. W. W. Martin, of North Caro
lina College for Women, of Greens
boro. , Mrs. Martin gave new ideas
as to how to carry on parents-teachers
work which were very helpful and
beneficial to each member and will no
doubt enable the association to carry J
on the work better.
Miss Maggie Bell Jones and Mrs.
Bog Slade 11 have just returned from
Georgia, where they visited Mrs. E.
K. Harrell's mother.
M rs. M. B. Boyle entertained the
bridge club Saturday afternoon.
Rev. E. P. iWest is on the sick list,
but is reported better.
Mrs. r\ Lanier, of Cha'rlotte, is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Richards.
Local people are planning to have
a fiddlers' convention on Thursday,
Mr. Asa Johnson, who has been .sick.
for several days, »s atse to be out'
Mr. Harry Waldo presented his
daughter Mary, with a Buick for a
birthday present recently.
Rev. Mackey. of Windsor, preached
at the .Episcopal Church Sunday af
ternoon. ' -
Stxs. Robert Roebuck, who has been
visitinß Mrs. Annie Harrison, returned
| home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eltner Edmondson,
of Hassell, spent Sunday in town.
NOTICE OF SALE
v Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of" the power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust
made and executed oij , the 25th day
of February. 1921, and recorded in the
public registry of Martin County in
book G-2, at page 150, said deed of
trust having been given to secure the
payment of a certain note of even date
anil tenor' therewith, default having
been made in the payment of said
note and indebtedness, and at the re
quest of the holder of said note, and as
per its stipulations, the undersigned
will, on Saturday, the Uth day of
February, 1 at 12 o'clock m., in
front of the courthouse door of Mar
tin County, at Williamston, N. C., of
fer for sale, at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following
described real estate, to wit:
A certain house and lot in William-
I ston, N. C., commonly known as the
"Hatton Place," and situated in that
portion of Williamston, N. C., known
as 'New Town,' adjoining the lands
of W. A. Ellison and others, and con
taining one-half (1-2) acres, more-or
This the 9th day of January, 1928.
jlO 4twt Trustee.
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain Deed
of Trust executed to the undersigned
by W. C. Purvis and wife on the 2nd
day of August, 1927, said Deed of
Trust being of record in Book Y-2,
page 290, and having been given for
the purpose of securing said notes of
even date therewith and the stipula
tions not having been complied with
and at the request of the holder of
said bond, the undersigned Trustee,
will, on the 16th day of February,
Feb. 5 to 12
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Rev. John Gilbert
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A WARM CHURCH
GOOD PREACHING AND
A HEARTY WELCOME
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED
IS GOING ON AT
WILLIAMSTON, N. C. >
COME AND GET YOUR SHARE OF
Only 12 Days Left
This stock was purchased by the National
Salvage Co., of Norfolk, Va., from the United
States court at a very cheap price. We are sell
ing some articles for less han 50 per cent of cost.
Conducting Sale at
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
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1828, at 12 o'clock, Noon, in front of
the Courthouse door of Martin Coun
ty, in Williamaton, N. C„ offer at
public mle to the highest bidder, for
cash, the following and:
Beginning at a post oak, center cor
ner; thence running with and along
Nancy Rogerson's line a Black Jack,
a corner; thence along and with Cal
vin K. White's line to a pine, thence
with Robert White's line to the be
ginning. Containing Seventy-Two (72)
Acres, more or less, and b(iing the
same premises purchased by Eli Tay
lor from D. ,D. Simmons,, Trustee and
known a.-> the Joseph Biggs Place, p.s
described by deed of record in the
Public Registry of Martin County in
Book KK, page 50, reference to which
1.4 hereby made for description.
This-the 16th day of January, 1928..
B. A. CRtTCHER,
l-17,-4t Trustee. ~