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OF HIIUAMSTON and MARTIN COl'NTT
L Getting Along Nicely
Friends of Garner House will be
glad to learn that he is getting along
nicely following an operation for
appendicitis performed early yester
day morning in a Washington hospi
Returns from World's Fair
Mr. Cotton Davis has returned
from a visit to the World's Fair and
points it. Canada. ?
Return from Morehead
Mr. Irving .Margolis and guest,
Mi. Phil Robbins, of Winston-Salem,
nave returned from a fishing trip
Visit Here Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saunders, of
Kmston. visited relatives here- Wed
In Norfolk Yesterday
Mr. V. J. Spivey was in Norfolk
?yesterday attending to business.
Returns from Scotland Neck
Mrs. Cyrus W. Bazemore returned
to her home here this week follow
ing o three woeks' stay with rela
tives in Scotland Neck. She was ac-1
r >hipained homo fry lutle iviiss Peg
gv Madry. who wiil visit here a few
h Visiting Here
Little Miss Marie Williams, of
Henderson, is visiting Mr. and Mrs
John Wier here for a few days.
In Tarboro Yesterday
Mrs. John Rodgerson and guest,
Mi's M B Dawes, of Richmond, Mrs
Clinton House and son, John Clin
ton. of Robersonviih. and Miss Mary
Rodgerson visited Mrs. John Fraley
m Tarboro yesterday.
Leave for Pamlico
Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Clayton and
family leave Sunday for a two j
weeks' stay at their cottage at Pain- |
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. A. M. McGlamory, of Wins
ton-Salem, was a business visitor
Visit in Rocky Mount
Mrs. J. H. Edwards and son. Jack,
and Mrs. C. D. Pittman and son, Ja
mie. visited in Rocky Mount Wed
Visit at Summer Haven
Messrs. D. V. Clayton and Jodie
Woolard visited at Summer Haven I
Is Visiting Here
Miss Mildred Darden, of Kenly, is
j visiting Mr. and Mrs Robert Co
: burn here.
Visit At Nags Head
Mr and Mrs Joe Glenn, Miss Vir
ginia Norman, of Plymouth. Mr
[ Shelbon Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Hardison, of Plymouth, visited at
Nags Head last week-end.
Return from Arkansas
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Whitley and
family have returned from a visit
1 with Mrs! Whitley's relatives m Ar
Enjoy Pleasant Picnic
The ministers of Williamston, their
i families and guests enjoyed a very
pleasant picnic at Eden House Beach
isit in Roanoke Rapids
Mesdames Jack Horner, Wheeler
Manning and B EC Rogerson and
Miss Sara Gurgamis visited in Roan
ake Rapids this week
! Shop Here Yesterday
Miss Eflie Waldo and Mrs. P. L.
Salsbury, of Hamilton, shopped here
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. Shep Brinkley, of Plymouth,
was a business visitor here Thurs
Was Here Yesterday
Mrs. Gertrude Brinkley, of Plym
outh, visited here yesterday.
Mrs. Jim Rhodes. Miss Ruth Man
ning and Messrs. Elbert Peel. Chas.
Manning and Wheeler Ward visited
friends at Pamlico Wednesday.
In Norfolk Wednesday
Mesdames Dean Speight and Paul
Simpson visited in Norfolk and
Is Visiting Here
Miss Letty Jones, of Greensboro,
is the house guest of Miss Daisy Pur
Is in l^ocal Hospital
Mrs. Johnny Wynne, of Bear Grass
is receiving treatment in Brown
In Washington Wednesday
Mrs Eloise Bennett visited in
Visiting Near Yorktown, Va.
Mr and Mrs. B S. Courtney are
visiting relatives near Yorktown,
In Louisburg This Week
Mrs Erah Cobb is visiting relatives
in Louisburg this week.
Is Visiting Here
Miss Odell Harris, of Norfolk, is
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. I. Ingram, here.
In Wilson Last Week-end
Miss Blanche Harrison visited in
Wilson and Wilmington last week
Visit in Richmond
Messrs. J. L. and J S. Holliday vis
ited friends in Richmond Sunday.
Returns to Richmond
Mrs. Oetivia Cone has returned to
her home in Richmond after a visit
here with Mrs P B Cone and fam
At Pamlico Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs W G Petit", Mr, and]
Mrs. Garland Barnliill. Mrs, Daisy
Purvis and Miss Lottie Jones, of
Greensboro, visited Pamlico Beach
In Chapel Hill Yesterday
Messrs. D. N Hix and J. C. Man
ning were in Chapel Hill yesterday
interviewing prospective teachers
for the local schools.
Attend Game in Snow Hill
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Corey, Mrs. C
B. Roebuck and Mr. Charles James
were in Snow Hill Wednesday af
ternoon for the ball game.
Visiting in Tarboro
Mrs Mayo Hardison is visiting
relatives in Tarboro for a few days.
Are Visiting Here
Miss Louise Roberson, Bill and
Noah Roberson, of Lexington, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardison
Returns to Hamilton
Miss Dorothy Perkins has return
ed to her home in Hamilton after a
visit to Virginia Beach.
Was Here Tuesday
Miss Rebecca Capehart, of Wind
sor, visited here Tuesday afternoon.
CLARK'S SUMMER SPECIALS
KLKCTKIC FANS 1.6,? up
['ICMi: St PIMJKS
PAPKK ft PS ? NAPKINS - PI.ATES
S1PPKKS?SPOONS?FOKKS? l(lc Ilk*.
TRUSSES ? AltDOMINAL BELTS
MALS FOOT BALM
(Guaranteed to relieve athlete'? foot
CLARK'S CORRKCTIVK COMPOUND
and I'PSET STOMAC H
SI NBl KN LOTIONS anil CRKAMS
CLARK'S DRUG STORE
Lei I ? Ull )our !\ext I'rescrii>tionn PHONES 52 and 55
A very quiet end beautiful wed
ding was celebrated in the William -
rton Christian Church at nine o'clock
on the morning of July 4th, when
Miss Mmnie Ray Fillingame. of New
Bern, became the bride of Mr John
nie Robert West, also of New Bern
The bride and groom entered the
church unattended, and spoke their
vows in the presence of a few
friends The Rev. John L. Goff, pas
tor of the Williamston Christian
Church, and former pastor of both
bride and groom, used the beautiful
Miss Fillingame is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs W. H. Fillingame, of
New Bern, and is a graduate of the
New Bern high school.
Mr. West is the son of Mr. and Mrs
B. C. West, of New Bern, and was
graduated from the New Bern high
school about four years ago. For the
past three years Mr. West has been
in the United States Navy, but is
now connected with the Neuse Ma
chine Company, of New Bern.
After a short wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs West will be at home to I
friends at 71 Metcalf Street. New |
At Albemarle Yesterday
Mesdames Noah Hardison and Wil-1
ham Gurganus visited at Albemarle |
Beach yesterday afternoon.
Visit in Tarboro
Mrs. Anna Harrison and Miss 1
Carrie Whitford visited in Tarboro |
In Belhaven Wednesday
Mrs. J. D. Thrower and Miss Clyde 1
Hassell visited in Belhaven Wednes-|
Is Getting Along Nicely
Mrs. E. P. Cunningham is get-1
ting along nicely at her home near |
here following treatment for a frac
tured vertebra sustained in a fall |
at her home Sunday.
Return to Selma
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Steele re
turned to their home in Selma yes
terday following a visit here with
friends and relatives.
Return to Richmond
Mrs. Hugh Singleton and little
daughter, Patricia, returned to their
home in Richmond Tuesday Mrs. P.
V Jones accompanied them there
and returned home last evening.
Enters Rocky Mount Hospital
Mr. Hardy Rose, Jr., entered
Rocky Mount hospital yesterday to I
undergo treatment during the next |
two or three weeks.
In Raleigh Yesterday
Messrs. C. D. Carstarphen and |
Jack Hinton were in Raleigh yes
terday attending to business.
Visit Near Plney Grove
Mrs. Herbert Lawrence Lane, of |
Washington, D. C , and mother-in
law, of Roanoke Rapids* visited Mrs.
Leon Earl Griffin, near Pmey Grovej
Recovers from Operation
Mrs. Urbin Rogers has-recovered
fruin a recent operation and has re
turned to her home here from Golds
Visiting in Washington City
Mrs. Thermon Griffin, of near
here, is visiting Mrs. Robert L. Lane,
the former Miss Dorothy Phillips, of
Are at Camp Charles
J. D Woolard, Buddy Wier and !
Stuart Critcher are at Camp Charles I
near Wilson, for a week.
In Business Meet!
On Monday, the American Legion
Auxiliary held ita regular business
meeting at the hut. The allegiance
to the flag and the preamble were
given, after tne meeting was called
to order. Fourteen members were
present and the minutes of the last
meeting were approved.
A naval prmt plate has been offer
ed by the president to any unit mem-1
ber who brings in the most names J
and dues by October Mth
A junior auxiliary will be organ-1
lzed this month by Mesdames Chas
Davenport, W. E. Dunn and W M. |
Wynn A meeting of all eligible jun
iors, daughters and sisters of vet
erans, will be held at the hut on |
Monday afternoon, July 15, at 4 p.
The Legion and Auxiliary will
have a joint installation service at
their regular meeting the second
Monday night in August. Mesdames
Ray Goodmon, Hugh Horton, W. O.
Griffin, and John A. Ward were ap
pointed to serve on a committee with I
the legion in preparation for this
Mesdames Charles Davenport.
John A. Ward and H. L. Swain, del-1
egates to the state convention, dis
cussed the affair with the members. |
Mrs. Carl Lee Beacham entertain
ed at a delightful miscellaneous
shower Tuesday afternoon from 4
until 6 at her home near here, hon
oring her sister-in-law, Mrs. William
Leroy Hadley, who before her re
cent marriage, was Miss Lyda Marie
Gladioli in pastel shades and pint
were used effectively as decorations
throughout the home.
The hostess, assisted by Misses
Maude Hadley and Dorothy Col
train, greeted the guests and direct
ed them to the bride's book, presid
ed over by Miss Sarah Holliday. The
guests were then directed to the
living room where bingo and Chi
nese checkers were played.
Dainty sandwiches, cakes and lem
onade were served the following
Mesdames Hadley, honoree; W. S.
Revels, Nellie Hadley, Lizzie Grif
fin, Marcella Coltrain, Jasper Grif
fin, Charles Beacham, Bill Hadley,
Perlie Coltrain, Joseph Griffin, Ma
mie Corey, Alfred Griffin, J. L. Hol
liday, H. U. Peel, Theodore Ange,
Lizzie Coltrain, R. S Rogerson, Lu
cian Peel, J. S. Holliday, R. L. Per-I
ry. Robert Coltrain, H. C. Green,
Henry Peel, George E. Peel, E. A
Hadley, Ben Whitehurst, Leon Earl
Griffin, Garland Perry and Claude
L. Hadley, Misses Susie Revels, Eve
lyn and Sarah Holliday, Polly Peel,
Maude Hadley, Audrey and Dorothy
Coltruin, Uludys Wrbb, Maiy llad
ley, Ella raye Roberson, Sophie Jane
and Carl Lee Beacham, Jr., Charlie
G. Coltrain, James Coltrain, Leona
Coltrain and Susie Griffin, A. P.
Griffin, Jennie Perry Griffin, Grimes
and Gordon Peel, Sally Bailey, Jan
ice Holliday, Laura F. Peel, Edna
and A. D. Hadley, Ronald and Loren
Coltrain and Carol Ange.
Madame* D W. Russell, L. W.
Sylvester, E. C. Koonce. S. E. Koonce
and J- E. Rand were hostesses Fri
day at a beach party at Atlantic
Beach honoring their sister, Mrs
George H. Harrison, of Williamston
A picnic luncheon was served to
the following, Mrs Harrison, hon
oree, Mrs. E. J. Howard, Misses
Elaine and Frances Rand, Murrill,
Irene and Nancy Koonce, Donald.
Nat, Dan Murrill and John Rand,
Jr, Travis, Richard, Warren and
Stanley, Earl Koonce, and the hos
Leave for Camp Leach
Rev. and Mrs. John Hardy leave
Sundy for a two weeks' stay at Camp
Leach nea rWashington.
Returns from Virginia Beach
Mr. Harry Biggs has returned from
a visit with relatives at Virginia
Returns from Washingotn
Mis Mary Lewis Manning has re
turned from a week's visit with
friends in Washington.
In Norfolk Wednesday
Mesdames Dean Speight and Paul
Simpson spent Wednesday night in
Norfolk with friends and relatives.
How the change from horse to
mechanical power has affected farm
demand is shown in the fact that it
took 82,000,000 acres to feed work
stock in 1913, while in 1933 only 46,
000,000 acres were required.
Plan Organisation Of A
Junior Auxiliary Hare
All daughters and listers up to 18
years of age. of honorably discharg
ed veterans of the World War and
members in good standing in the
American Legion, please meet with
Mrs Charles Davenport at the Le
gion Hut, Monday afternoon. July
15th, at four o'clock. At this tune a
junior auxiliary will be organized
HONORS MISS DARDEN
Mrs. R. L. Coburn entertained at
a delightful bridge luncheon at her
home Wednesday morning from 10:30
until 2 o'clock, honoring Miss Mil
dred Darden, of Kenly, her house
guest, and Mesdames Abner Brown
and Asa Crawford, recent brides.
Miss Darden was presented an at
tractive gift and the two brides were
Miss Mildred Darden captured
the high score award and Mrs. E. T.
Walker received the consolation
Assisting Mrs. Coburn in serving
a delicious cold plate was Miss Jo
Guests were Miss Darden, Mes
dames Brown and. Crawford, hon- -i
orees, Mesdames Hubert Coburn, '
George Harrison, Jr., George Harri
son, Curtis Leggctt, Garland Barn
lull. David 41ix, Russell McAllister,
Marion Cobb, Ernest Etheridge, Ver
non Bunting, J. W. Watts, Charles
Leonard and E. T. Walker.
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Summary of Uniform Annual Budget Estimate
Of Martin County, North Carolina
Kor the Kiwi'al Year B<'grmniii?y Inly l, I94A. A?wl Finlingr Jmw 3ft, lQdl
ruhiuiwd in Compliant* with Keiiuirement of the "C.ounty hisial (,'ontrol Act"?Sec. 7, i.h. 116, I'. 1927
County General Fuiul
Old Age Assistance Fund .,. .......
Aid to Dependent Children Fund
County Debt Service Fund
EIGHT MONTHS SCHOOL TERM:
Current Expense Fund
Capital Outlay Fniwl
Debt Service Fund
? , _ ,, 1939-40 1940-41 Rrdurrd last yr
General (flinty Boiwl- _8559.414)41 8531,004) 828.000
l^ounty School Bond* ? 2I8.04H) 212.000 6,000
Slate School Loan* 74), 150 56.154) M 4MM)
TOTALS 8877,150 8820.150 8ML04M)
I hereby certify the above to be a true statement of the budget
estimate for the various activities of Martin County for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1941.
This July 10, 1940,
J. SAM GETSINGER, County Accountant