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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, August 20, 1940, Page 4, Image 4

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Society and Personals Of WD.UAMBTON Ud MAJtTTN COL'NTT Tm 4 6 Yfeitiaf in LitUeioo Mr and Mrs Jesse Wood and ~ fant son are visiting relatives in Littleton this week in-1 Spends Week-end Here Mr Ted Fleishman of Anderson., S. C-. visited relatives here last week end. , fjt iff! Return from Pamlico Mr and Mrs J. C Leggett and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Barnes have returned from a week's stay at Pam lico. . ? Visiting in Washington City Mrs. C D Pittman and son. and guests, Mrs Ted Fleishman and daughters, of Anderson, S. C . are visiting relatives in Washington City for a few days. Returns to Everett* Miss Edith Ayers has returned to her home in Everetts after a short stay at White Lake Was Here Saturday J P Woodard. of Swan Quarter, visited friends here Saturday. In Pendleton Sunday Mrs. Earl Dixon, of Kinston. and Mi and Mrs Garland Barnhill vis it? 1 in Pendleton Sunday. Mesdames Dixon and Barnhill remained there for a few days' visit Returns from Virginia Beach Mrs. E T Walker has returned fr< m a week's stay at Virginia Beach. In Portsmouth Sunday Miss Geneva Roberson and Mr. Fiank Edwards visited in Ports mouth Sunday Return from Pamlico Mrs. W E Warren. Misses Ann | Fowden. Mary O'Nucl Pope, Betsy Fowden, Mary O'Neal Pope. Betsy Turner and Delia Jane Mobley have leturned from a fe wdays' stay at Pamlico Return to Laurinburg Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hardj$on have returned to their home iu Laurin burg after a visit here with relatives. Return from Pamlico Mr. and Mrs. John Tulloss, Mr and Mrs C. B Clark. Jr., Mrs Blanche Anderson, of Leggetts, Mrsr' GrA. Harrison and Miss Blanche Har rison have returned from a week's stay near Pamlico, ' Clark's Specials Tlior* \ iluinin It Compound Tablet?. (>0c ami I .(Mi HEWITTS AM ACID POVIDEK. f.? Imligcnlioii. Heartburn. Sour Stomach __ 50c Aval Foot Halm, for wore. itrfttitjc. tciulrr feet Silc ABSORBENT COTTON?full pound ... 50. FLl LAX?for that r-iimiiicr eojd _ 25c and 50c ALBO W ?pant.'. III. 20c ii<|iii<l. pi. 25c LIFEBUOY SOAP ? 2 for 15. t (MMIVS PHUKIA lit AT IX k VL'i 11, |< 25c TEK TOOTH BRUSH?hu* 50c. iio? _ 23c r " ? , ? IPA.NA TOOTH PASTE?50c wize 39c NYA1. UCATONE?Summer tonic for that ruiMloMti comlition $1.00 ; Clark's Drug Store PHONES 52 and 53 lleatlquarter? tor I'retcrintionn SAVINGS And LOANS Will BUILD Your FUTURE PLANS Make a practice of saving a portion of your weekly or monthly income. It will be the meana of your owning a home, maintaining your credit and in making purchase*. buying leaa the cash diaeonnt. Saving" account* sol icited and welcomed regardless of how small. Guaranty Bank & Trust Co. WILLIAM8TON, N..C. i Were Here Yesterday Messrs. Willie Taylor and Lee i House, of Robersonville. were viii I tors here yesterday , Visit Here Sunday Mr S. J. Bunting and son. J R <?f Bethel, visited Mr and Mrs I George Whitehurst here Sunday W as Here Yesterday Dr John Cotton Tayloe, of Wash ington was here yesterday attend-J ing to professional matters ? Visiting at Chesapeake Beach Mr and Mrs K. B. Crawford art spending a few days at Chesapeake I Beach I Return from Baltimore Mrs J E King, Miss Cora Proctor and Miss Patsy King have returned from a visit in Baltimore. Visits in Bear Grass Charlie Harrison, of Wilson, visit ed relatives in Bear Grass last week end. Virginia Beach This Week Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Edwards and son. Jack, are visiting at Vir ginia Beach this week. * Visit Here Sunday Mi and Mi's F F Pollard and sons and Mr Vance Bunting, of Bethel, visited Mr. and Mrs Vernon Bunting here Sunday. $ Return from New Jersey Mrs. Katherine Harrell and daugh ter. Georgia, have returned from a visit in Col lings wood, N. J. Visits in Hamilton Miss Jenny Perkins, of Raleigh, visited relative- in Hamilton last week-end. Is Visiting Relatives Here Miss Evelyn Harrison, of Durham, is visiting relatives here. Return to Baltimore ius Ward and Mrs. Harry Blackwell and daughter. Ann, returned to their home ill Baltimore last Saturday | following a visit here with Mrs. Vir ginia Perry and Mrs. Janie Knox. Spend Week-end Here Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher and MTss"Madaline Pistirr,~of Brooklyn? N. Y., spent the week-end here with Mr. S F Sprague in the home of Mr and Mrs. Siceloff. Returns from Norfolk Miss MaybelJe Hardison haa re turned from a visit m Norfolk. Was Here Yesterday Mr Simon D. Griffin, of William ston Route 1, was a business visitor here yesterday. ? Return from Wrighteville Rev. and Mrs John Hardy, Misses Katherine Manning, Marjorie Dunn, and Frances Parker. Howard Cone and Jack Baker Saunders have re turned from a weeks' stay at Wrighlsville Beach. While visiting there Misses Dunn, Parker and Man ning sang several selections with Billie Clark and his orchestra at the Lumina, by request, one night. Returns from Micro Mrs. Wheeler Manning has re turned from a visit wtih relatives in Micro. Attend Funeral Near Chapel Hill Misses Mary Taylor and Sara Cone, Mrs John Rawls and Mrs. Tillman Coltraip attended the fun eral of Miss Audrey Williams' mo ther near Chapel Hill yesterday. * Returns from High Point Little Miss Alberta Knox return ed home yesterday from a visit with relatives in Raleigh and High Point She was accompanied home by Mr. G. M. Preddy. < Visit at Pamlico Misses Mamie Clyde Taylor, Eve lyn Lilley and Lorene Weaver, Dick Slade, Dick Champion and Jimmy Lightbourne, of Burlington, visited at Pamlico last week-end. * In Manteo Last Week-end Mrs. D. L. Hayman and daughter, Gloria, and Miss Natalie Gould vis ited in Manteo last week-end ? Honors Bridc-Elect Miss Natalie Gould entertained at a lovely bridge party and surprise miscellaneous shower last night at the home of Mrs. D. L. Hayman, in " honor of Miss Frances Bowen, whose wedding will take place tomorrow Guests were greeted at the door by Miss Bolton Cowen, attractively dressed in red and white with a matching corsage; Miss Gould, wear ing a becoming blue net with pink trim and a corsage of pink gladioli, presented Miss Bowen, tile honoree, who wore white embroidery with a white gladioli corsage and Mrs, Clyde Griffin, a recent bride, who wore white with black lace trim and a corsage of peach gladioli, to the guests. Muss Thelma In I ley, in white will, yellow gladioli corsage. oaM led the tallies of a bridal motif. Mrs. Hayman, sister of the hostess, also wore white with a yellow gladioli corsage, and Miss Gloria Hayman, niece of the hostess, who assisted in serving, wore pale yellow. On the mantel of the living room, attractively set with lovely roses and other summer flowers, was a miniature altar scene of the bride and groom with the peracher per forming the ceremony. Iswely tvy and baby's breath were used to ac centuate tile scene. During the four progressions re freshing drinks and crescents were served. Mrs Frank Carstarphcn captured the high score award, an edition of "The Lost Colony," and Miss Ernes ' tine Barber, received the runner-up award, talcum powder. Miss Bow en received four sherbet dishes in her eryjtnl fioin the liusteaa and tlie I' game" prize, a manicuring kit. Miss Gould presented china to [Mrs.- Clyde?Griffin and. also a bride's book to Miss Bowen. Miss Lorene Weaver assisted the hostess in serving stuffed angel food cake, topped with ice cream and a green cherry. Guests who enjoyed Miss Gould's hospitulity were the honoree, Miss Bowen. Mesdamcs Frank Carstar phcn, D. V. Clayton, Joe Griffin, [Clyde Griffin. Charles Leonard and Misses Thelma Lilley, Ernestine Barber. Mamie Clyde Taylor, Bolten Cowen, Thelma Peel, of Everetts; Lillian Breen, Lola Phillips, Mary Stokes Robinson. Jack Hollings worth, and Mrs Charles Whitley, of Atlanta, and Misa Lorene Weaver. Goodbyes were said by Mrs. D. L. Hayman. ^ Entertains For Miss Bowen Miss Bolton Cowen entertained at a lovely luncheon at the George Reynolds Hotel Saturday at 12:30 in honor of Miss Frances Bowen. whose marriage to Miller William Harrell will be solemnized tomor row. Guests were greeted by Miss Natalie Gould and ushered into the main dining room where covers were laid for eleven."The table was decorated with a centerpiece of as ters and place cards were attached to miniature corsages, favors for each guest. A white corsage was presented to the bride-elect. After a three-course luncheon was served, the bride-elect was present ed a piece of crystal in her pattern. Guests of Miss Cowen were Miss Bowen, the honoree; Mrs. J. M. Bowen, mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. H H. Cowen, mother of the hos tess; Mrs. H. L Bsrnhill, of Cole rain; Misses Natalie Gould. Thelma Lilley, Ernestine Barber, Jack Hoi- 1 lingsworth and Lola Phillips and Mrs F. E Bufflap_ Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Manning, 1 of Farm Life, announce the engage ment of their daughter, Eva Gray, to Charles A. Askew, of Jamesville and Willismaton, son of Mrs. C. A. Askew, of James villa, and the late Mr Askew. The wedding will take place on Sunday, September 22 in the Piney Oeove Baptist Church I HINTS FOR j HOMEMAKERS I 1 ? ! I By Marj Brown Allgood, Home | I Service Director, Virginia Eleetrtaj ITS THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT Tt'c (ho littlp things in life that count If you donj believe it, ask any home spun philosopher and you will hear a twenty minute discourse on the subject. And now these little things seem to have reached the ta ble, as the mod ern tend ency toward smallness ? of families, packages, nouses Miss Allgood and menus?con tinue to develop. It's the little extra things in your menu that makes it interesting and H'g a hit Iff y"UT Very OWfl pickle, relish, jam or jelly that gives character and individuality to your meals. Here are a few tested recipes that I think you will like. Don't hesitate to change them because after all, ev t?ry good cook has her own way of ioing things Black Cherry and Orange Marmalade 1 qt. sweet pitted black cherries 2 medium-sized oranges Juice 2 lemons 3 1-2 cups sugar Wash and cut the oranges. Cover them with water and cook until soft. \dd the cherries, sugar and lemon juice. Boil the mixture until it is thick and clear. Pour into sterilized ^ars and seal. H| Preserves Six quarts figs sprinkled with cup baking soda, then about 6 quarts boiling water poured over them. Let stand 12 minutes, then drain and rinse figs in clear, cold water. While Ihey are draining from last rinse, prepare syrup by mixing 4 pounds nugar (8 cups) with 3 quarts water, bring to boil, boil hard 10 minutes and skim, then slowly drop figfr in to it, a few at a time so as not to cool syrup. Cook rapidly until figs are transparent. Lift out and place them in shallow pans, boil syrup down until thick, pour over figs and let stand until morning. Then pack into clean jars and process in water bath for 20 minutes at simmering temperature, ItKP F' or bring to buil and then pack into sterilized jars and seal. Sliced lemon or sliced preserved ginger may be added Crab Apple Preserves Select uniform and perfect crab ipples, wash, remove blossom end Leave stems on and do not peel. Make a syrup by boiling 6 cups s(T~ gar and 3 cups water together for 5 minutes Add crab apples to the syrup and boil until they are tender and transparent Puck into steriliz ed jars and seal. Carrot and Pineapple Marmalade 4 cups carrots (ground finel 1 cup diced pineapple 1 cup pineapple juice 1 -2 cup water 3 i~3 cups fc'mur (oated rind and juice of 2 lemons Grated rind and pulp of 3 oranges 1 tsp ground ginger Cook carrots and grated rind of lemons and oranges m as little wa ter as possible until tender (about 15-40 minutes) Add Hie 1 2 cup w.i ter, sugar, pineapple juice and gin ger. Cook until thick and clear. Add lemon juice and cook 5 minutes. Pour into sterilized jars and seal Apple-Peach Conserve 2 cups chopped, unpared. tart ap ples 2 CUPS chopped peaches Juice of 2 lemons 3 cups sugar Combine ingredients: cook slowly until thick and apple is transparent about 20 minutes. Pour into hot, ster ilized glasses, seal immediately. Makes 6 H-ounce glasses. Bride-Elect Honored Miss Thelma Lilley was a charm ing hostess at four tables of bridge Friday night at the home of Mrs. D V. Clayton, in honor of Miss Frances Bowen, whose marriage to Miller Harrell, of Plymouth, will take place in the Baptist church here tomor row. Pink rosebuds were used through put the living room where cards were played. During the five pro gresions, salted nuts and soft drinks were served. The tallies and covers were of a bridal motif and in pink and white. Miss Lilley. assisted by her sister, Miss Evelyn Lilley, serv ed pink and white ice cream in the shape of a bell, angel food cake, and pink and white mints, placed on pink do lies. Miss Bowen received crystal in her chosen pattern and the high score prise which was bridge cards, and Mrs. Phillip Keel, recent bride, was remembered with silver in her pattern and won the runner-up prize, of candy. Guests of Miss Lilley were Miss Bowen, honoree; Misses Bolton Cow en, Jack Hollingsworth, Lola Phll Upa, Mamie Clyde Taylor, Lillian Breen, Natalie Gould and Ernestine Barber; Mesdames Phillip Keel, D. V. Clayton, frank Carstarphen and D. R. Davis and Joseph Griffin; Mrs. Clyde Hardison, of Plymouth; Mrs. Harry Barnhill, of Colerain; Mrs. Charles Whitley, of Atlanta; Miat Ruth Modlin, of Jamesville, and Miss Thelma Peel, of Everotti ? Speed Waek-ead Here Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harrison, it Washington, visited ralativas hare last week-end. ? Visit Hate Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Carroll Roberaon, of Jackaon, v Lai tad Mrs. Joseph A. Ea ton hare Sunday. DOIIU WEDDING (Washington Daily Naval la a double wedding markad by simplicity and dignity and perform sd Saturday morning, August 17, at sen o'clock at St. Timothy Episcopal Church in Wilson, Miss Fay Marsh. >t Bath, lanaii the bride of Mr Hubert Louis Stevenson, and Miss amerette Lane, of near New Bern, became the bride of Mr Frank Ed ward Stevenson Hie bridegrooms ire brothers and both are of Waah ngton. The bridal parties entered the :hurch unattended and from separ ite aisles advanced to the altar where the marriage vows were spok ?n by the Rev. J. Q Beckwith, rec or of the church, in the presence >f immediate members of the fam iies. , Mrs Stevenson, nee Lane, was leautiful in an early fall ensemble if Soldier blue wool crepe. The fil ed dress was topped with a full englh coat of matching shade and ihe wore a small off-face hat of soldier blue. Her accessories were of slack and her shoulder corsage was it white bride's roses, tube roses and 3ristol Fairy tied with white Angel Skin. Mrs. Stevenson is the attractive laughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 3. B. Lane, of Craven County. She it tended the Woman's College at 3reensboro and for the past two fears has made her home in Wasli ngton where she has made a wide ircle of friends. Mr. Stevenson, a son of Mr. and drs. R. L. Stevenson, of Washing on, is manager of the Paul Auto iupply Company in Williamston. Immediately following the cere nony, Mr and Mrs. Stevenson left 11 a wedding trip to New York City ii be at home after September first n Williamston. Lateat Addition* To Tho Enterprise Moiling Uti Lasted among the recent additions to the Enterprise trailing list are the following: B M Haialip, Springfield. Mo.; Mrs. W U Taylor. Williasaston, Mrs Leon E Griffin. Williamston; W Hugh DanieL Jamesville; C L Wil son, Bobersonville, J. M. Andrews. Parmele; Mrs. W H. Mizelle, Rob ersonville; G. P Hughes, Williams ton; Leslie Hardison, Jamesville; Wallace Fleming. Jamesville; Mrs. J. L. Bailey, Belhaven. Interesting Bits Of Business In the US. Nation-wide check by National Re tail Dry Goods association brings prediction that September-November season will bring seven per cent sales increase . . Largest contract yet signed under national defense pro gram is just announced?with Chrys ler corporation, totaling $53,500,000 with 20 of those millions for plant and equipment, the balance for tanks; expected to be in quantity production in a year . It's esti mated auto production for the 1940 model year, now closing, was 4, 164.093 units?which is nearly 23 per cent more than in preceding model years; dealers are now mov ing stocks at extreme sacrifices to clear their floors . . . Leading em ployers of Santa Barbara, Cal., hold luyday on Monday instead of trudi-11 :ioual Friday or Saturday?on sug gestion by the credit bureau that :hus the temptation of week-end ; spending would be lessened and i more bills would get paid. Log-JanT In Plane Production Broken In view of the general recognition that the pace of national defense goods production is the chief govern ing factor in the state of business, news that the "log-jam" which has held up aircraft procurement appar ently has been broken up if of prime importance. An agreement has new been reached between the govern ment and the aircraft industry that will allow for awarding of contracts and immediate undertaking of pro duction without waiting for enact ment of the new tax bill covering excess profits .. . Within a few hours after the agreement was reached it A had borne fruit, in the form of an ' 111,000,000 contract with one firm for 700 planes, and other contracts were expected to be signed within a few days. These would involve about a dozen other aircraft, accessory and engine manufacturers, for produc tion of approximately 4,000 ships for the air corps?at a complete cost of around $400,000,000. This develop ment will almost surely open the way for similar arrangements with respect to production of many other kinds of munitions. * Seed Crimson Clover And Vetch Am Cover Crop$ Warren County farmers are now making plans for seeding crimson clover and vetch as winter cover crops, reports R. H. Bright, farm agent of the N. C. State College Ex tension Service ? Twenty-one persons were killed in 12 auto-train accidents in this state for the first six months of this yea r. BIG ANNIVERSARY / ' * BUY NOW! B,G BARGAINS -A. SALE (ENDS LABOR DAY) JUST THINK OF IT! I ! ttrntmr GUARANTEE EVERY Firestone Tire carries a written lifetime guarantee ? not limited to 12, 18 or 24 months, but for the full life of the tire without time or mileage limit. i' I AND YOUR OLD 1IRES Priced right down to bedrock ? and just before your Labor Day Trip! Here's the value sensation of 1940 built with patented Firsltons construetio n features to assure longer mileage and greater safety. At these low prices, equip your car with a full set today. Firestone CONVOY S1ZI ruci 471/i.N -11 I.B/I.M -W IJA1I ?sa ?**? ?6?S A MO TOW OLD IM NOW! The Famous Tirf$ltn? HIGH SFEEB TIKE At These LOW Prices What a buy! Millions M of new cars were ? originally equipped ^ with this great Firestone High Speed ? Tire ? now built to deliver still longer non skid mileage. Patented construction provides ?. maximum protection AND YOUR against blowouts. At OLD TIRB these low prices, MtSO 6.00-E6 the outstanding value of ? ' """"?Sole Cnds Sept. f GFT OUR LOW PRICES ON THE FAMOUS FIRESTONE STANDARD TRUCK TIRES IWh n Sw V*. d ISiSm ?Mi MMiarA ftnli, Mar, aril l,??ln taa Smusi OaaMlia lira. h aaM Mm ??????? tyataksay Oriliaalra. meter *a WaMlaa M MM ? Mm ISmMm SsMsry met laUMMaa ra.iala,.. ararUaMaa iMi H. A. C. tad MalaarM. HMm at Mm Haw Tar* Wart#. Mr. Central Service Station

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