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Society and Personals
or WILL1A1I8TON mad MAKTIN COUNTY **
Lmvh for Greenville
Miss Grace Clark left this week
for Greenville where ihe has en
tered E. C. T. C.
Leaves for Washington, D. C.
Jerry Clark left yeiterday forj
Washington City where he has en
tered the Benjamin Franklin Ac-1
counting School. He was accompan
ied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Herbert Clark, and sister, Betty Sue
Leaves for Greenville
Miss Addie Lee Meador left Wed-1
nesday to re-enter E. C. T. C.. Green
ville, where she is a senior.
Is Undergoing Treatment
James R. Manning, Jr., of James- |
ville, is undergoing treatment for |
his eyes at Ouke Hospital, Durham.
b in Local Hospital
Miss Sara E. Harden, of Dardens, j
is receiving treatment in a local hos- |
Returns from New York City
Mrs. Anna Harrison returned to- I
day from a buying trip to New York |
In Norfolk Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison and I
daughter. Miss Ruby, visited in Nor-1
Return to Kansas
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Walker and
Mrs. H. E. Thayer have returned to
their home in Topeka, Kansas, after
a visit here with Dr. and Mrs E. T.
In Washington Yesterday
Mrs. James Bailey Peel and Mrs. I
Jim Manning visited in Washington |
b In Washington Hospital
Mrs. H. U. Peel is receiving treat
ment in a Washington hospital.
In Norfolk Yesterday
Messrs. Joe Glenn and John W. I
Manning were business visitors in j
Visit in Norfolk
Mesdames Paul Jones. Dean I
Speight, Hugh Horton, Sebastian Ma-1
con and Bob Everett and Miss Jer
ry Humble visited in Norfolk yes
Return from Detroit
Messrs. James Bailey Peel and
Rudolph Peel have returned from
Detroit where they went in the in
terest of Chas. H Jenkins and Co.
Visits Here Wednesday
Mrs. Rosa Lee Holliday, of Plym
outh, visited here Wednesday.
b Confined To Her Home
Mrs. Jim Cooke is confined to her
home with malaria.
In Norfolk Wednesday
Mesdames Joe Godard, E. S. Peel,
Rome Biggs. J. S. Rhodes and Nan
nie Saunders visited in Norfolk on
In Windsor Wednesday
Mesdames J. T Edmondson and
Herbert Taylor visited Mr. and Mrs.
W. B Gaylord in Windsor Wednes
Visit in Washington
Mesdames Bob Everett, Francis
Barnes and Harrell Everett visited
in Washington Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs. Harrell Everett and
family visited in Fremont Wednes
Attend Rood Meeting
Messrs. G. H. Harrison. E. S. Peel,
Hugh G. Horton and Mayor J. L.
Hassell attended a road meeting in
Windsor Wednesday evening.
?Photo br Htrpw'i B?ui
With valvetMni headlined in this
aeaaoa's school and college ward
robes, the 1940 college lam. to look
charming of an afternoon, can't
miss in this dress of brown cotton
velveteen powdered with while dots,
boand in grosgrain, and fsalened
with a browa and white bow, says
the National Cotton Council
In Henderson This Week
Mrs. William Everett has been in
Henderson this week visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Harrison.
Leaves for Chapel Hill
Leon Rogers, of Bear Grass, left
this week for Chapel Hill where he
entered the University
Visits Here Yesterday
Secretary of Agriculture Kerr
Scott visited here yesterday en
route to Hertford.
Leaves for Greenville
Miss Elizabeth Haislip, of Hamil
ton, left yesterday for Greenville
where she will attend E. C. T. C.
Visits Here This Week
Mrs. Raymond McKenzie, of Nor
folk, visited relatives here this week
Marriage License Issued
A marriage license was issued in
his county Wednesday to William
5. Riddick, of Hobbsville, and Mar
;aret Peel Norman, of Robersonville.
In Norfolk Yesterday
Mrs. T S. Critcher and Mrs. H. S
Manning visite din Norfolk yester
The following announcement of
the marriage of Miss Louise Coun
cil, of Oak City, to James D Mal
lory, of Oak City and Rocky Mount,
will be of interest here. The wed
ding was solemnized in Martinsville,
on July 16, 1940.
Mrs. Mallory is the daughter of
Mrs. Charlotte Council, of Oak City
nn/t received her education there.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs W. S. Mallory, of Oak City, and
he, also, attended the Oak City
schools. He was employed in Wil
liamston with the Standard Fer
tilizer Company prior to joining the
State Highway Patrol.
The young couple are making their
home at 726 Tarboro Street, Rocky
Complimenting Miss Josephine
Harrison, bride-elect of October, Mrs
Abner Brown was hostess at a buffet
supper Tuesday night at her home
on Church Street.
The living room and hall were at
tractively decorated with fall flow
ers and pines. In the dining room,
the table was covered with a hand
made lace cloth and was centered
with a white and green arrangement
of flowers. Candles in silver holders
burned at opposite ends of the ta
After supper the guests found
their places at the card tables by
place cards carrying out the bridal
idea and the guest of honor's place
was marked by a miniature bride
and groom. After several progres
sions of bridge, Mrs. David Modlin
held high score and was given play
ing cards Mrs R W Woodward
held second high and received dust
ing powder. Hie honoree was pre
sented with a gift of china in her
Those present were Miss Josephine
Harrison, honoree, Mesdames David
Modlin. Asa Crawford. John Tul
loss, C B Clark. Jr., Mary Alice
Beecroft, R W. Woodward, and J.
L. Spencer, Misses Katharine Hardi
son, Mary Carstarphen and Sara
Honors Recent Bride
Last Friday morning, Mrs J. W.
Watts entertained at a bridge lunch
eon, honoring Mrs. Ed Stevenson, a
recent bride, at her home here.
Early fall flowers decorated the
Watts home and following the pro
gressions a two-course luncheon was
Mrs. Stevenson was presented
monogrammed glasses and Miss
Josephine Harrison, bride-elect, was
remembered with a gift. Mrs C. B
Clark, Jr . received the high acore
Guests of Mrs. Watts were Mrs.
Ed Stevenson, honoree; Mesdames
Paul Simpson. R. A McAllister, E.
T. Walker, John Hardy, W. I. Skin
ner, C. B. Clark. Jr., C. H. Godwin,
Jr., Marion Cobb, John Tulloss, Ed
win Peel, H. O. Peel, Ernest Ether
idge, Misses Josephine Harrison.
Ruth Norton and Lucy Williams.
Mr. and Mrs Kneezer Harrison, of
Bear Grass, announce the engage
ment of their niece, Mary Elizabeth
Keel, to James Wilbur Woolard, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gray Woolard,
of Washington. The wedding will
take place Saturday murning, Oc
tober 5 in the Presbyterian Church,
Bear Grass, at ten o'clock.
Were Here Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peel, of Plym
outh, visited here Wednesday
Is Visiting Here
Mrs. Emma Gardner, of Norfolk,
is visiting Dr. and Mrs. John Wil
I HINTS FOR
I By Mir; Brown Allgoad,
Service Director. VlrftoU I
And Fewer Cent pea;
Whet shall 1 have for Dessert'
That question often comes to the
mind of every housekeeper A de
licious new dessert to finish off a
meal will delight the family
Here are a few recipes which you
may like to try?
PEACH PIE with CHEESE PASTRY
2 cups flour
1-4 cup cold water
1 tap salt
1-2 cup shortening
3-4 cup grated cheese
Sift flour and salt, cut in short
ening and cheese to form coarse
clumps. Add water, roll with flour
ed roller, cover bottom of 10 inch
pan. press edges Prick bottom of
shell?fill crust with following
8 half peaches
1 cup sugar
2 tbsp flour
2 tbsp butter
1-2 cup peach syrup
1 tbsp lemon juice
Line unbaked crust with peaches,
round side up. Mix sugar, flour,
slightly beaten eggs and fruit juice.
Pour over peaches. Dot wtih butter.
Bake at 400* for 40-50 minutes
2 tbsp butter
1 cup sugar
4 tbsp flour
1-4 Up salt
5 tbsp lemon juice
Grated rind of 1 lemon
1.1-2 cups milk
Cream butter, add sugar, flour,
salt, lemon juice and lemon rind.
Add well beaten egg yolks which
have been mixed with milk. Last
ly add stiffly baa ten egg whites.
Pour into buttered baking cups or
into a 2 quart buttered baking dish.
Set cups or dish in pan of water.
Bake at 350* 45-55 minutes. When
done?lemon custard will be at bot
tom and sponge cake on top. Serve
Orange - lemon Sherbert
2 cups milk (or 1 cup milk and 1
1 cup sugar
Juice 1 orange
Juice 1 lemon
Beat egg yolks, add milk and su
gar. Mix well. Add fruit juice. Fruit
juices will slightly curdle milk. Fold
in beaten egg whites Pour in freez
ing tray Turn control to coldest
point. Stir once or twice while
freezing as egg whites will rise to
lop. This may be made with juice
of two lemons in place of one orange
and one lemon
Coooanut - Chocolate Cake
1 cup butter
2 cups sugar
3 squares chocolate
1 can cocoanqt
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon soda
1 -4 tsp salt
1 cup buttermilk
School? For Coming Weelc
LuU Menu In The Local
Vegetable soup and crackers every
day, Sc; plain and chocolate milk. 5c
Plate lunch every day, 10c
Monday. Sept. SO ? Roast pork,
string beans, baked potatoes, slaw,
hot biscuits, raisin and nut sand
wiches. pineapple salad, banana pud
Tuesday Oct. 1? Ham. collards,
buttered carrots, sliced tomatoes,
corn berad. lemon pie. raisin and pea
nut butter sandwiches, potato salad
Wednesday. Oct. 2?Bacon lima
beans, candied yams, slaw, hot bis
cuits, potted ham sandwiches, chick
en salad, cup cakes
Thursday. Oct 3?Meat loaf, black
eyed peas, stewed tomatoes, pickles,
hot rolls, pineapple salad, sand
wiches. chocolate pudding
Friday. Oct. 4?Beef steak, green
peas, marahmallow potatoes, apple
and raisin salad, hot biscuits, banana
salad, ham sandwiches, apple pie
Another eourtesy was extended
Miss Josephine Harrison, bride-elect.
Wednesday night, when Mrs. Jodie
Woolard entertained at eight tables
of bridge at her home here
Carrying out a color scheme of
pink and whito lovely early fall
flowers were used as decorations and
the refreshments of ice cream and
rake, mints and nuts, in a bridal
Miss Josephine Harrison, honoree.
was presented silver in her selected
pattern; Mrs. David Hix received the
liigli score award, double deck cards.
Mrs. George Harrison. Jr., second
high, perfume, and the traveling
prize, lemon dish, and Miss Katha
leen Strickland, low, ash trays
Guests of Mrs. Woolard were, the
honoree. Miss Harrison; Mesdames C.
B. Clark. Jr., Herbert Clark. George
Harrison. Sr. Asa Crawford, Hu
bert Coburn, Abner Brown, Charles
Godwin, Jr., Mack Simpson, V J.
Spivey, Vernon Bunting, Edwin
Heel, H A. McAllister, Gaylord Har
rison. Garland Barnhill, Herbert
Taylor, Harrell Everett, Francis
Barnes, David Hix and George Har
rison, Jr . Missis Saru Cone, Mary
Carstarphen. Katharine llsrdison,
Rebecca Kntghl, Madge Glassner.
Mary Benson, Mary Whitley, Dorcas
Knowlos. Ruth Manning, Estellc
Crawford and Kathaleen Strickland.
Visit In Greenville Tuesday
Mesdames Mary Bonner Ourganus
and Dick Taylor, Misses Sara Cooke
and Geneva Robinson visited in
Greenville Tuesday night
1 1-2 tsp vanilla
Cream butter, add sugar, cream
well. Add beaten eggs. Add melted
chocolate and sifted dry ingredients
and buttermilk, alternately. Add
vanilla. Pour into greased floured
pan. Bake 1 hour at 350*.
Sea Foam Icing
3 cups brown sugar
1-2 cup water
2 egg whites
1 tsp vanilla
Cook water and sugar until it
forms a firm ball in cold water Pour
slowly over beaten egg while-. Add
vanilla Heat until thick enough to
A palatable liquid preparation for relief of the
acute symptoms resulting from Common
Colds, Grippe and Influenza.
CLARK'S DRUG STORE
Phones 52 & 53 Let us fill your prescription
To the Public-We are operating our
Cotton Gins Every
T U ESD A Y
And more if necessary?Will buy seed and cotton,
If you wish to bring cotton while we are not run
ning, we have convenient place to unload.
R. F. D. No. 1 WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
We Thank You?
We wish (<> thank our friend* and cus
tomers for the fine patronage accorded
us since this business was opened. We
" will endeavor to <i?ve yoii excellent serv
ice and assure you this firm will he op
erated in an orderly and sunitury way.
Sinclair Gasoline & Oils
Don't forget us when you want good
Sinclair (?asolinc and Motor Oils. Also
washing and greasing for your ear. We
have modern equipment to do this work
and we guarantee you a first-class job.
Barbecue 4> Lunches 4* Drinks
For a quick lunch made from the finest
foods ami meats money can buy, and
served under sanitary conditions, come
to Paul's Place. We also sell cigars, cig
arettes, bottled drinks and other items
stocked in a first-class service station.
PAUL JONES, Prop. W. D. MODL1N, Mgr.
I '? SMABT h*J
WE ARE IIAI?PV TO PRESENT
For the Man or Hoy by the makers
of Quality Clothes at Popular Prices
Suits for Men
lly Griffon and Fufilislitinvn. From
$19.50 and Up
Suits for the Boys
By Keller and Meyers
$9.95 and Up
SportCoats - Lumber Jackets
By GLOVER and RUGBY
in Leathers, Suedes ami Meltons
$4.95 and Up
RAINCOATS By ALI.ICATOR
$5.00 and Up
SI'ORT SLACKS Bv L1SSNER
lii TWEEDS Ami COKDHKOYS
$2.95 and Up
Men's Fine Shirts
By Arrotr. Manhattan. Marlboro
$1.65 and Up
SHOES By JAKMAN. FORTUNE
$2.95 to $8.75
IIATS By KNOX And BYRON
Also EMPIRE STATE
$1.95 to $5.00
BELTS And BRACERS For MEN
RY IIICKOk ami PARIS
50e to $1.50
SOCKS By MOREHEAI)
25e to $1.00
For complete ?atisfiictioii, shop here.
Quality will loii|( he remembered when
priee alone will hooii he forgotten.
williaMston, n. c.