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Society & Personals I
Here From High Point
Dr. and Mrs. John D. Biggs, of
High Point, are the guests of Mrs.
Fannie S. Biggs.
Spends Week-End Here
Walter Latham spent the week
end with Harry A. Biggs.
Visitor Here Friday [
Mr. Harry Gurkin, of Plymouth,1
visited friends here last Friday night.
Spend Sunday in Windsor
Mr. and Mrs. Franks?ifargolis
spent Sunday in Windsor with Mr.
and Mrs. B. Goldstein.
Visitors in Town Monday
Messrs Phillip StiHman and E.'
H. Liverman, of Plymouth, were bus-1
iness visitors in town yesterday.
Spend Week-End Bert
Herbert and Robert Covin, stu
dents at Wake Forest College, spent
last week-end here with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Covin.
Visits Her Parents Here
M s N'elle Clyde Harrison, who
is studying at A. C. College, in Wil
son, spent the week-end here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Visit in LaGrange
Mr. and Mrs. Leman Barnhill
spent the week-end in LaGrange with
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wood.
Visttor Here Yesterday
Mr. E. H. Ange, of Jamesville,
was a visitor here yesterday.
Spend Sunday Here
Mr. and Mrs. WooUrd, of Stokes,
spent Sunday here with their son,
Mr. Garland Woolard, and Mrs.
Spend Sunday Here
Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Gaskins.
of Washington, spent Sunday here
Here From Kinston i
Mrs. C. A. Jeffries, of Kinston,
spent the week-end here with Mrs.
F W. Hoyt.
In FarmviUe Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Moye were
i?Faruivllle Sunday visiting vla
First Relatives Here
Mrs. Sallie Gurganus and little
daughter, Shirley, of Norfolk, spent
the week-end here with relatives,
i Return To High Point
| Dr. and Mrs. John D. Biggs re
| turned to their home in High Point
! this morning after spending several
? days here with Dr. Biggs' mother,
Mrs. Fannie S. Biggs.
j Visit in Salisbury
I Mr. and Mr. H. L. Davis, of James '
ville, visited their son, E. H. Davis,1
and Mrs. Davis in Salisbury during '
the week-end. While away they vis- 1
ited in Asheville also.
Spend Week-End Here
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stalls spent
the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. 1
O. S. Cowan.
Fill'/ Friends in Portsmouth
Mrs. Sadie Peel and Miss Eva'
Peel visited friends in Portsmouth
last Sunday! i
Here From Washington
Mr. Herman Carrow, of Washing
ton, was a visitor here yesterday.
I . *
I Visit in Marion, S. C.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cozart and
'children spent the week-end with rel
atives in Marion, S. C.
In Wilson for Week-End
Mr. R. W. McFarland was in Wil
son for the week-end. ?
Home From Wake Forest
George Harrison, jr., was home from
Wake Forest for the week-end.
In Vaneeboro Sunday
Mr. Murphy Barnes visited friends
in Vaneeboro Sunday.
Announce Birth of Son
I Born to Mr. and Mis. Ollie Muure,
of Williamston, a son, on Wednes
day, October 24.
CARD OF THANKS
I wiih to extend my appreciation to
my many friends throughout the com
munity who were so kind to me dur
ing the death of my brother, Clarence
Sturgeon. I feel more than grateful
for everything that wa> done by each
and every one.
' Mr. J. D. GURGANUS.
Entertain Friday Night
On last Friday evening Mrs. J. A. |
Eaaon and Miss Josephine Harrison
entertained at the Woman's Club
from 8:30 to II. Places for 30 tables
of contract bridge were arranged.
The guests were met at the door by
Mise Esther Harrison, who present
ed them to the receiving line, com
posed of the hostesses and the Wil
liamston school faculty. The guests
were then shown to the punch tables
over which Misses Eva Harrison and
Elsie Andrews presided.
The club rooms were made unusu
ally attractive with decorations of |
the Hallowe'en season.
After four progressions were play-j
ed prizes were presented to Miss Ger
tie Norton, Mrs. W. K. Parker, Mrs.
Joel Muse, and Mrs. Daisy Purvis. |
Prizes were also given to the out-of
town guests, Miss Lena Allsbrooks,!
md Miss Blanche Whitfield.
Ice cream and cake were served
by 12 little girls, who were dressed
in Hallowe'en costumes.
At the conclusion of the card party
the gentlemen were invited in for two
hours of dancing. Music was fur-,
nished by a Suffolk orchestra. Sand
wiches were served by Mrs. Alice
The marriage of Miss Christine
Manning to Mr. James Bailey I'eele
in Courtland, Va? on Sunday, Aug
ust 19, 1934, was announced last
week, the wedding having been care
fully held secret until a few days
ago. The Rev. Mr. Jones, of Court
land, performad the ceremony with
only a few close friends of the cou
ple in attendance.
Mrs. Peele is the attractive young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Man
ning. She attended the local high
school and is very popular among the
younger set throughout this section.
Mr. Peele is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Peele, of Bertie County,'
and is at the present time employed
by the Standard Chevrolet Company
Surpise Birthday Party \
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Weaver, of
the Spring Green section, were hon
ored with a surprise birthday party
last Friday night, planned and pre- ,
pared by their children and grand
children. Mrs. Weaver celebrated !
Iter fifty-ninth birthday and Mr. 1
IVeaver his sixty-third birthday.
rheir birthdays occurred only a few
lays apart, so they were given a joint
Those attending were Mrs. G. A. 1
Burroughs ar^ri children, Mr. and
Mrs. O. S. Cowan and children, Mr.
tnd Mrs. Cullen Stalls, Mrs. Tom
darrell, Mr. and Mrs. George Adams, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ray, Mr. and
Mrs. W. I). MeKeel and also a nunc4
)er of young friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Lillian Long visit- j
fd in Norfolk, Va., last Friday.
Mrs. N. P. Roberson spent Sun
day with her sister, Mrs. A. W. Har
iison, who is ill at home.
Mrs. Clyde Williams, Mrs. Annie '
Roberson, and Misses Vida Mae and ;
5*11* Robenoa visited John Pete in
Wmhington Sunday ?(twnoon.
Mr. Joshua L. Col train if very sick
at his home
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Manning vis
ited Mrs. Gcorfte Roberson. who is
critically ill at her home between
Williamston and Kveretts Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lillian Long and
children visited Mr. Long's parents
near Plymouth Sunday.
Mrs. T. A. Peed visited in Wil
liamston Thursday and Friday.
Saw Dust Makes Good
Cover for Trench Silos
Saw dust seems to be an excellent
cover for trench silos according to j
the experiences of dairymen in the
western part of the State.
NOTICE OF SALE ^
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in that certain deed '
of trust executed by L. H. Rouse and i
wife, Alice Rouse, dated 20th day of .
May, 1922. of record in the Register i
of Deeds Office in Book K-2 .page 200
to secure note of even date therewith,
and the stipulation*?nut having?Wen
complied with, and at the request of
the holder of said bond, the undersign
ed Trustee will, on the 26th day of
November. 1934. at 12 o'clock, noon,
in front'of the courthouse door of
Martin County, offer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, the follow
ing described land:
Lying and being in Hamilton Town
ship. Martin County. State of North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of W. A
White on the west, the J. H. Purvis
land on the south and the P. R.
Reaves land on the east and Conoho
Creek on the north and more particu
larly described as follows:
Beginning at the bridge across Con
obo -Creek on the road leading from
Hamilton to Williamston. running
south 85 degrees west 53 poles to the
Mill Branch: thence with said branch
south 28 degrees weM 46 poles to a
road leading into the Williamston and
Hamilton Road: thence with a branch
south 29 degrees west 18 poles, south
15 degrees west 16 poles, south 7 de
grees west 8 poles, south 12 degrees
west 26 poles, south 10 1-2 degrees
36 poles, south 42 degrees east 14
pedes, south 69 1-2 degrees east 17
poles, south 83 degrees cast 16 pole^.
south 45 degrees west 10 poles, south
16 degrees west 8 poles, south 65 1-2
degrees east 21 poles, south 28 1-2
degrees wed 28 poles, south 47 de
grees west 8 poles, south 65 1-2 de
grees cast 21 poles, south 32 degrees
east 8 poles, south 15 degrees west
11 poles, south 20 degrees west 10
poles, south 28 12 degrees west 28
poles, south 47 degrees east 57 poles
to a pine, thence north 7 1-2 degrees
east 112 poles to a sweet gum, north
5Z l-Z detrrers Fa st 40 pulwIn tTir.
Williamston and Hamilton Road,
thence with said road north 36 de
grees west 56 poles, north 25 degrees
yvest 73 1*2 poles north 20 degrees
cast 43 poles, north 31 1-2 degrees
wes't 6 poles to the beginning. Con
taining 128 1-5 acres, more or less,
and being the same tract of land Con
veyed by H. B. Smith and wife to the
said L. H. Rouse by deed dated De
cember 12, 1918, and of record in the
Martin County Public Registry in
Book Z-l. page 76.
This 25th day of October, 1934.
B. DUKE CR1TCHER,
>c-31 4t-w Trustee
RUPTURED ? ? ?
Trusses Fitted By an
CLARK'S DRUG STORE
SEVERAL NICE FARMS
For Sale in Oak City and Hamilton Sections
JOHN W. GREEN
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Representative of North Carolina Joint Stock Land
THEY ALL GET A UFT WITH A CAMEL!
FHONI OMUTN. Mm Marte
Bridteon eeyr i "Caaaala do Mm
up my energy in ? delightful way.
And they are the aaildeet cigarette I
know. Of courae I amoke a lor! Bat
MOCIIY ST At. "Bar* Cook, Captain of tha
N. Y. Rangers, says: "A hockey player can't
afford to bar* oerrcs. Tha way I guard my
nerves and yet smoke all I want is to smoke
only Camels Their cases suss hies ths spot!"
A HEARTY WELCOME ALWAYS
AWAITS YOU AT OUR STORE?
Your requirements can always be
taken care of here for all members of
the family in a Fashionable way, with
that touch of quality that gives it
A Load of Fine
Horses & Mules
FOR SALE AT
Harrison Bros. Stables
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Every one of these horses and
mules was personally selected and all
are fully guaranteed to be as repre
R. C Davis
Foot Pains Stop
OR YOUR MONEY BACK
Mr. G. A. Meacham, Special Representative of the
Jung Arch Brace Company Will Be in Our Store
FrL, Nov. 9th
You can sec yourself what Jung's Arch Braces will do for you
before you buy, and if you do buy, your money will be refunded if
you don't get complete relief in less than a week.
You can get information on foot pains, aches, tiredness, cramps,
calluses, corns, bunions, excessive perspiration, ingrown toenails,
and other foot ailments without obligation.
JUNG'S WONDER BRACES?give quickly, permanent relief to
tired aching feet and legs by assisting weakened muscles held
bones in place. Only 96c and 91-47
JUNG'S BANNER BRACES?Stop pains like magic. Assist and
strengthen weakened muscles. Relieve painful calluses and re
move the cause. Try them first. $1.96 and $2.45
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
All of the Property of the Late Mc. D. Leggett
Will Be Offered for Sale on the Premises
of the Said Leggett on
Sat. Nov. 3
AT 10 A. M.
THE PROPERTY CONSISTS OF
Carts, Wagons, Buggies, Planters, Cul
tivalors^Plows, Tools, Harness, Etc. Al
so One Good Mule and a Good Tobacco
THE HEIRS AT LAW OF SAID
M. D. Leggett
GROWING THROUGH PERSONAL SERVICE
Phone 10 Williamston, N. C
Fair Week Specials
No. T ~Cm?
1 Pound Pk|.
10 l-2-O*. Can
No. 2 1-2 Cm
PALMOLIVE SOAP. 2 lg. bars 9c
1st Prize Baking Powder, lb. can 10c
Best American CHEESE, lb. 17c
No. 2 Cans
Just Received?Car oi That Good
12 lb. bag 49c
24 lb. bag 97c
48 lb. bag $1.87
98 lb. bag $3.75
SALAD DRESSING, pint jar
TUB BUTTER, lb.
Plate Meat, lb.
MACARONI, per box
Atmore's Mince Meat, lb.
Big Deal Soap Powder, 4 for
No. 2 1-2 Can
No. 2 1-2 Cant
10 1-2 Oz. Can