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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, April 12, 1940, Page 3, Image 3

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Society and Personals OF WILLIAMSTON and MAKT1N COUNTY PHONE Anytkla< (or TUi Deportment To 4 6 Bill Howell, Oscar Anderson, Jr., Albert Cook and Tom Barnhill at tended the New York-Cleveland baseball game in Tarboro Wednes day. Was Here Wednesday Mrs. Clyde Hardison, of Plymouth, visited here Wednesday. In Warrington Tuesday Mesdames Ray Goodmon. E. P. Cunningham, Wigg Watts and T. B. Brandon visited in Washington Tuesday. Visit Here Wednesday Mrs. Thornton and Mrs. Lawder. of Goldsboro, visited Mrs Thorn ton's daughter, Mrs. Charles Bowers and Mr. Bowers here Wednesday Attends Baseball Game Mr. Kader Crawford attended the baseball game in Tarboro Wednes day. Were Here Tuesday Mesdames Oscar Davenport and Clarence Sexton and Miss Dolores James, of Jamesville, visited here Tuesday afternoon. Attends Exhibition Mr Harcum Grimes attended the New York-Cleveland baseball game in Tarboro Wednesday afternoon Return from Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clayton and son, Dickie, have returned from Clarksville, Tenn., where Mr, Clay ton has been connected with the to bacco market. Attend Game in Tarboro Mesdames E. T. Walker and Chas Herriott and Mr. Harry Biggs at tended the Cleveland-New York baseball game in Tarboro Wednes day. Were Here Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin, of Jamesville, were visitors here Tues day afternoon. Returns from Ohio Mr. Larry Wade has returned from - a business trip to Akron, Ohio. In Richmond Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. J. H Edwards and Mrs. Sam Edwards visited in Rich- ] mond yesterday. Visiting in Plymouth Miss Thelma Lilley is visiting friends in Plymouth today Was Here Wednesday Mrs. Johnny Overton, of Green ville, visited her sister, Mrs. Jim Cook, and Mr Cook, here Wednes day. Was Business Visitor Here Buck Kellcy. editor of the Bertie ledger, Windsor, was a business vis itor here Wednesday afternoon. Was Able To Be Out Mrs. Sam Brown, who has been ill for several months, was on the streets of Williamston Wednesday visiting friends. Attends Baseball Game Mr. Irving Margolis attended the baseball game in Tarboro Wednes day afternoon Was Business Visitor Here Mr. J. E Davis, of Rocky Mount, was a business visitor here Wednes day. Returns to Maryland Miss Iris Payne returned to her home in Maryland Tuesday night af ter a visit here with friends Is Seriously 111 Friends of Miss Kathleen Caul field, former resident here, will re gret to learn that she is seriously ill at her home ill North Wilkesboro. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. H. L. Hopkins, of Oak City, I was a business visitor here Tuesday a/ternoon. Visits Here Tuesday Miss Rachel Wallace, of Bath, vis ited Mr. and Mrs Fenner Wallace here Tuesday. Spending Few Days Here Mrs. Milton Norman, of Halifax, is spending a few days here with rel atives. Is Visiting Here Miss Dorothy Mae James, of Par mele. is visiting her Sister. Mrs. Ed die Trahey, and Mr. Trahey, here for a few days , Visit Here Wednesday Mrs. Russell Martin and Miss Bet ty Haywood, of Farm Life, visited here Wednesday afternoon. Wu Biuinw Visitor Hrrt Mr. H. D. Farrell, of Raleigh, was a business visitor here yesterday Wednesday afternoon. Was Here Yesterday Mrs. C. L. Johnson, of Gold Point, visited her mother, Mrs Hattie Bail ey, here yesterday Visits Here Yesterday Mrs L. B. Fleming, of Hassell. vis ited here yesterday In Robersonville Sunday Mrs Hattie Bailey and Miss Ger aldine Stallings visited in Roberson ville Sunday. Attend Baseball Game Messrs. L T Fowden, Reg Simp son and Bruce Wynne attended the Cleveland-New York baseball game in Tarboro Wednesday. In Washington Wednesday Mrs Jim Leggett visited in Wasn ington Wednesday Was Here Yesterday Miss Dot Tucker, of Edcnton, vis ited here yesterday Visit Here Thursday Mr and Mrs Clarence Wallace, of Jamesvillc. were visitors here Thurs day In Tarboro Yesterday Mesdames George Harrison, Sr., N. C. Green. P B. Cone and C. G Crockett viewed the gardens in Tar- j boro yesterday Visits Here Yesterday Mrs. Brinkley, of Plymouth, visit ed here yesterday. In Norfolk Monday Mrs. Bob Swain and Miss Dot Ward visited in Norfolk Monday Were Here This Week Mr. and Mrs. C A. Roberson, of Greenville, visited Mrs. J L Rober son. here this week Recovers From Illness Friends of little Miss Blanche Ann Bailey will be glad to learn that she has recovered from a recent illness and is now able to be out In Jamesville Yesterday Mr. and Mis. Garland Barnhill and Miss Mary Whitley visited the fish erv in Jamesville yesterday after noon. Visit Here Yesterday Mr and Mrs H H Pope, of Rob fxUiUtl* htHV y lerday. In Washington Yesterday Attorney Clarence Griffin was in Washington yesterday attending to professional business. Was Here Yesterday Mr. William Farmer, of Rocky Mount, was here yesterday attending to business Was in Beaufort County Attorney Hugh G. Horton was in Beaufort and Hyde Counties yoatur day in the interest of his campaign for a seat in the State senate. Today's Fashion ij ykra wmmnm GABARDINE M ?cmtn a ward robe pat. This kudm coat b to bright bio* wool gabardtoe with gQft bottoot. The collar b eflttarj. rod, white and blue aetft leather. The florae are suede ea eaa aide, kid en the other, with is iwlii berroo and star ea the bask. Announce Menus In Local Schools For Next Week . ? Vegetable soup and crackers. 5c; milk. 5c; every day. plate lunch. 10c. Monday. April 15?Pork chops, mashed potatoes, green peas, baked beans, pickles, hot rolls, sandwiches, deviled egg salad, fruit jello and cream. Tuesday. April 16?Bacon, lima beans, candied yams, slaw, hot bis cuits, banana salad, potted ham sand wiches. cup cakes. Wednesday, April 17 ? Baked chicken, dressing with gravy, green peas, apple and raisin salad, hot -ndls, dmighnuls,* bamma sandwiches,' pear salad, butter scotch pudding. Thursday, April 18?Salmon loaf, spring salad, sliced onions, corn bread, ham sandwiches, chicken sal ad, chocolate pie Friday, April 19 ? Boast pork, string beans, baked potatoes, apple sauce, hot biscuits, banana pudding, pmeapple salad, raisin and nut sand wiches. # Was Here Wednesday Boh Bowden, of Washington, vis ited here Wednesday. Woman's Qui) Has Interesting Meet There were 23 members and one guest present on Wednesday for the regular monthly meeting of the Wil hamston Woman's Club. The pro gram committee had arranged with Rev. Z. T. Piephoff to give a show ing of motion picture reels of 'Tour ing the Coffee Continent," as nar rated by Lowell Thomas These reels were very interesting and instruct ive as they showed how coffee was grown and prepared for consump tion. The business meeting was presid ed over by the President, Mrs Louie P. Martin The nominating commit ted brought in the names of Mrs. Wigg Watts for secretary, and Mrs. G. tt. Harrison for treasurer These were unanimously elected to office. The club voted to assist Mr. Hix in paying for new draperies, donated $5.00 to the Crippled Children's cam paign and made a further donation of $20 to the permanent playground for children in Williamston. The annual convention of the North Carolina Federation of Wo men's Clubs will be held in Greens boro, May 1, 2, and 3 and it is hoped that this club will be represented at this meeting in order to complete j its requirements for the year and ; thus become a 100 per cent club. Visits Here Yesterday Billy Evans, head of the Boston Red Sox farm system, was here yes- , terday visiting Dixie Parker. Visit in Rocky Mount Misses Ruth Manning and Joseph ine Harrison visited in Rocky Mount Wednesday afternoon. In Washington Yesterday Mrs. Charles Bowers and Mrs. John llardy visited in Washington yesterday afternoon. Arc Visiting in Windsor Mrs. Henry Manning and son are visiting relatives in Windsor Will Visit Here Mrs Blanche Anderson, of Leg getts, arrived this week-end to spend some time with her daughter, Mrs C A. Harrison. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. Robert Davis, of New Bern, was a business visitor here yester day. Visit in Washington Mrs. P. V. Jones and Mrs. L. B. Wynne wrrr-TrrWashington Wectrrcsr day. Improving from Illness -Mrs. Alice Harris, who has been ill in a Washington hospital for sev eral weeks, is improving and will likely return to her hoihe in Bear Grass within the next few days Was Here Wednesday Mr. Frank Freeman, of Washing ton, was here Wednesday attending to business. Reroveriiig from Operatiun Recovering from an operation, Mr Latham Thrower walked up town fore Christmas. He is said to have his eye on the baseball park Returns from Maryland Mr. Frank Conway has returned from a visit with relatives in Cam bridge, Md. In Jamesville This Morning Meadumes W. A. James and Mary Bonner Gurganus, Miss Sara Cook, Messrs. H. H. Williams and Ernest Mears visited in the fishery in James ville this murriing. Were in Robersonville Mrs. J. L. Rodgerson and daugh ter, Miss Mary, visited Mr. and Mrs. Clinton House in Robersonville a few days this week. Returns from Hospital Mrs. Fenner Wallace is expected to return to her home on'Haughton Street tomorrow from Brown Com munity Hospital. Shops Here Today Mrs. Luther Taylor, of Williamston route 3, shopped here today. NOTICE OF SALE North Carolina. Martin County. In The Superior Court. Gouty of Martin vs Laura Moore. Under and by virtue of an order or sale and jud^ifteni in tin above entitled proceeding made by L. B. Wynne. Clerk of the Superior Court of Martin County, on Monday, the 1st day of April. 1940, the undersign ed commissioner will, on Thursday, the 2nd day of May, 1940 at twelve o'clock noon, in front of the court house door in the town of Williams ton. N C.. offer for sale to the high est bidder for cash the following de scribed real estate, to-wit Adjoining the lands of Joshua Col train. Will Griffin and others, be ginning at a pine in the old Wiiliam Jones and Edward Gee line running South 70 yards to a post, thence North I4t> yards to a port, thence East 70 yards, thence West 140 yards, con taining two (2) acres, more or leas, and being a part of the tract of land whereon said William Jones used to live. This the 1st day of April. 1940 CHAS H. MANNING, a5-4t Commissioner. Clark's Rheumatism Compound A Positive Money-Back Guaranteed Remedy for the Relief ol Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuritis, Neuralgia and Muscular Aches and Rains CLARK'S Drug STORE TELEPHONE 53 Wil l 1AMSTON WHY BE SATISFIED WITH SMALLER CARS WHEN DODGE COSTS SO LITTLE MORE! LISTEN! Mr. E. M. ColUft tails how ho bought a Big Dodgo Luxury Llnor...tho Car onglnoors prolso...for only $3.41 a month mora than small* r, low-priced carlt Com In and Sea the New Luxury Liner, Greatest Car Dodge Ever Buttt! DONT let anyone tell you that you can't afford a Dodge Luxury Liner I Just read what Mr. Ernest M. Collett, of Chicago, says: "...Like a lot of people, I always thought I couldn't afford a big car. "The price of the smaller, 4-door sedan I nearly bought was only $61.23 less than the big, 4-door Dodge sedan. Hera's only a difference of $3.41 a montht in my payments. And look how much more I got in a Dodge I "It gives me 'big car' performance and riding comfort! On top of this, I got Dodgm Engineering that means real economy on gas ana oil ana upxeepi Why not make up your mind right away to start enjoying big-car comfort and luxury! Oatobmr. 1938, thrtmgk Sop torn b^, 1939. Lotoot fljur+m ? vmilablm And morn nmd awm mnginoom mm bmjhtg Dodgm *vmry month, tPigurmd on kmndm at 18 monthm. r?M la M+m Bmm. SBS. Tkara**. ? to IS f. M.. K. S. T. r Uotr.i-PaMcngrr, *-Door Bt4an ttlS. delivered In Detroit * Why 4,061 Engineers Bought Dodge In the Past 12 Months* oil consumption, small cost of vph?p, can b* trscsd to oos thing ? Dod*. Rnginssring," says CoL John A. Lsird, Ms. HuginssT, St. Levis. ECONOMICAL! -To day's Dodge Is tha most eco nomical of a long lins of mooay - saving Dodf a cars," says W. A. Pniatt, Refrigera tion Engineer, Los Angeles. SAVES ON OAS! "Dodg* an ginaaring mMM savings on gas and oil that spall tnonay in your pockat/'aays Capt. Frank R. Culvar, Yacht "Bidgaa," East Quogua, L. 1., N. Y. i?S | MERE [ARE THE ' PRICES. LOOK! P0P6E tWfilWKRiWe wm YOU NOTHING EXTRA DIXIE MOTORS, INC. ? Williamston, N. C. m S%,, *9f>' .ffft bum.... .ai?oU1** frltllliits COffOl . ? SCHENIIY DISTILLERS CORP. NCW YORK, N. Y. tiUtofotis diotU&u ARE LIFE'S BIG MOMENTS $C50 $798M U and / v/ /1 Abotm RAGTIML COWGIRL"? A dellqhtlul novelty amarlly tailored o| CAT HA apun rayon. Il et>m%? In Gold and Emerald Green. 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