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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, May 01, 1936, Page 4, Image 4

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17 CASES TRIED LAST TUESDAY BY JUDGE PEEL ? ? Is Last Session of County Court To Be Held Until May 19th Forced to suspend its sessions for two weeks while the superior trib unal was in session, the county re corder's court sandwiched a session last Tuesday before a renovation program for the courtroom got un derway No sessions of the court will be held until May Peel explaining that he had been advised it would require about two weeks to repair and paint the court room. , ,, ? While the court is not holding fre quent sessions just now, it wades deep into its work when one is held, and Tuesday 17 cases were wiped from the docket. Incidentally the session was very profitable, Judge Peel imposing tines amounting to $310. not to mention the costs a - tached against the defendants And there were a few road sentences meted out. Judgment was suspended upon payment of the costs in the case charging Thomas Goodrich with op crating a motor vehicle without lights The case had its origin sev eral months ago, when the vehicle was backed into the road and Mr C. B Savage crashed into it, injur ing him seriously Charged with non-support, Be wis Bond was found not guilty. Driving an automobile around with no driver's license cost Jonas Horton $10 and costs of the case. Andrew Gilford had six months added to his term for escaping from the Martin prison camp and carry ing off prison clothes. It is quite apparent that a man fleeing from the camp stands little or no chance. If he wears off the clothes, he is charged with larceny; and if he [ leaves the clothes he would certain ly face a charge of indecent expos ure Gilford is one of very few to escape from the Martin camp since | it was established. Charged with larceny and receiv ing, Nicodemus Razor was found not guilty Tom Ryan, jr.. and Charles Razor, defendants in the case, were each sentenced to the roads for four months. In a second case, charging Ryan and Charles I Razor with larceny, the former was sentenced to the roads for 30 days and the latter to four months on the | roads, the sentences to run consecu tively. T | Charged with drunken driving, H H. Proctor was fined $50 and taxed with the cost. His license to operate a motor vehicle was re voked for one year. He appealed to the superior court. Willie Pearce, charged with man-1 ufactunng liquor, was fined $100 and taxed with the cost. Probable cause appearing in the! case charging Joe Peel, jr., with lar ceny, he was bound over to the su perior court. In default of $150 bond he was returned to jail. The case charging William Brown with larceny was remanded to the juvenile court. Charged with reckless driving and operating a car with improper brakes, Mrs. Willard Harris was found not guilty on the first count Judgment was suspended upon the payment of the cost on the count 1 of operating a car without proper brakes George Silverthorne, charged with driving a hoise and road cart while intoxicated, was found guilty of being drunk, the court suspend ing judgment upon payment of thel cost. 1 Judgment was suspended upon payment of cost in the case charg ing C I. Overton with speeding. Buck Outterbridge, Jack Warren I and Frank Miller were each fined I $50, taxed with the cost and had I their drivers' licenses revoked for one year for alleged drunken auto-1 mobile driving. Ernest Whitehurst, charged with I drunken automobile driving, was sentenced to the roads for three I months and had his license revoked j for one year. Salesman Hurt In Auto Wreck Francis Polglase, salesman travel ing out 'of Raleigh for the Epes Fitzgerald Paper Company, was painfuly bruised about the shoulder but not seriously hurt last Tuesday night, when his Pontiac car turned over on the curve near Collie Swamp. He had just passed a car when he met a big fertilizer truck traveling west and lost control of his machine, which turned over twice and was badly damaged. Clyde Maynard, local young man, is recovering from an operation for appendicitis." INDIGESTION-GAS Jcmc J. Williams aI Ml Mirtfcw ft. DiAul N C , sai4: "1 wouki 0H i*diaMtia? badly a! tar eating.I hirtid BJKJijnEi sbvk,*&s: GoUan Madltal Dtaoov II M|w o# tV i *T mm! K Wp?J v i II I k*4 MM u4 I Mw inlli Km Km. mSTm. Urn* #Mk K KM Catch ISfiOO Fish at Haul At Jamesville Yesterday Yesterday was a big day tor the Jamesville fishery, fpports stating that as many as llToOO herring, a few shad and rock were taken at a haul. The operators found it neces sary to "break" the seine four times to handle the catches at times. The run of herring was not so large today, but fair-sized catches were reported. PRESBYTERIAN Williamston church school at 9:45, worship service and sermon at 11 a. m. The new officers of all the work of the church will be installed at this service. Bear Grass church school at 9:30 a. m. Rev. John C. Whitley in charge. Worship service and serm on at 8 p. m. Young people at 7:15 p. m. Officers installed. Roberson's Chapel church school at 3:15 p. m. Poplar Point church school and preaching at 1:30 p. m Spring Green prayer meeting at 8 p m. Tuesday. Prison camp services by Rev G. T. Hill in the afternoon Sunday. Ours is a friendly church, one whose doors are always open to strangers and to those who are not affiliated with other churches. Make our church ydur church. METHODIST Church school, 9:45; worship and communion,' 11a. nrT"evening serv ice, 8 o'clock. Holly Springs, 3:30 p. m. We most cordially invite you to worship with us. Plan Program at Parmele School The annual interracial food will meeting will be held at the Train ing School, Parmele, Sunday after noon, May 3, at 2 o'clock. Several prominent speakers will appear on the program and a large attendance is expected. Better understanding, finer relationship, and cooperation are some of the objectives of the conference. The promoter of the conference extends a most cordial invitation to all who are interested in the well-being of all the people to attend. ? EPISCOPAL Church of the Advent Rev. E F. Moseley, rector. Third Sunday after Easter: Church school, 9:45 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon, 11 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon, 8 p. m. Holy Trinity Mission Sunday school and preaching at 2:30 p. m. BAPTIST Bible school, H 45; morning wor ihip, U; B. T. U., 7:00 and evening worship at 7:45 o'clock. TTie two ordinances of the New Testament church are to" be ob served at the evening hour. The Lord's Supper will follow the bap tismal service. Be present for these sacred and beautiful symbolical pic tures of death, burial and resurrec tion and of sacrificial suffering. Dairy Should Have Five Cows To Be Profitable ? While it is not profitable to keep more cows than can be fed large ly on home grown feeds, it is alsu not profitable to keep less than five cows in the operation of a dairy. The returns from two or three cows will not justify the expense of the simple equipment needed in handl ing the product from such a herd and the cost of delivery will be practically double that from herds aieraging five to ten cows. Begin the dairy project with not less than five cows and increase the number as the production of feed on the farm will warrant. WANTS COLORED WOMAN WANTS WartL Prefer* washing and ironing for several familiea. Work guaranteed Maggie Haggen, Williams ton, N. C *28 4t SEED PEANUTS FOB SALE: peanut*. Dry, aa they were picked before the rains. Extra nice. 4 cent* pound. Luther Hardiaon, Jamesville, N. C. a28 2t GUARANTEED FLY SPBAY?1SS per cent active ingredient*. Will not a tain. 1-2 pint can 10c, pint 20c. J. C. Leggett a21 6t SHINGLES FOR 8 ALB: WOOD juniper shingles. Our price* rea sonable. C. L. WUaon, Roberaon ville. alO 4tw f DONT FORGET ATLANTIC Ho tel Beauty Shoppe opening, May 4th. Prize* to be given away. Come and bring your friend*. It PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALS: $8.50 waves, $6.50; $4.00 waves, $3.50; $3 50 waves, $2.50. Shampoo and Anger wave 50c. Colonial Beau ty Shoppe, Phone 41-W. It UT MX FIT TOD new CORSETIERE Call me for FREE individual figure analysia Made by NuBone Mrs. John Cook, Church Street, William ston, N. C. myl 2t BUSINESS 18 GOOD HEBE. Freed: Havoline Motor Chi is selling fart er today than ever before, and the same is true of Texaco Motor Oil and Fire-Chief Gasoline. "Chick'' Manning, Central Service Station. WE FOLLOW THE MA ADAGE: "II at first you dout wirrsad. try, try asain." This tin? try Ha valine jn your ear and see the difference. Havoline is tar-free and 100% ! ?ylvania OiL Harrison Oil Co. WINTU OB 8UMMEB HAVO line Motor Oil is a better lubri cant. Tests tell why. Havoline, a 100% Pennsylvania oil, is the finest quality motor oil on the Americas market. Harrison Oil Company. NOTICE! The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Martin County Building and Loan Association will be held in the offices of Wheeler Martin, Main Street, Williamston, N. C, at 10 a. m., Tuesday, May 5th, 1936. WHEELER MARTIN, Secretary. ? Strand Theatre ? Washington, N. C. PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 4 Mon.-Tues. May 4-5 "LAUGHING IRISH EYES" with EVALYN KNAPP and PHIL REGAN Comedy and Color Cartoon Wed.-Thur. May 6 and 7 "SOAK the RICH" with MARY TAYLOR and WALTER CONNOLLY Ruth Ettinc Musical and Novelty Fri. Sat. 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