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OF WILL1AMSTON and MARTIN COUNTY
In Canning Monday
Mr. D E Hall, .canning company
representative, will give a demon- ;
stratton in the canning of vegetables
at the Agricultural Building Mon
day. Juih 2. at 10 o'clock according
to Miss Lore Sloepet -trrrrfu demon-1
All Honu Economics teachers. W.
P A supervisors of canning pruj- j
ects and all women who are inter
ested in promoting the welfare ot
their communities by assisting them
in tietter canning are urged to at
Canning is one big way of helping
the defense program
The demonstration will probably I
take a greater part of one day.
Spending Summer Here
M iss Mary B Crofton, ttachtT in
the Kenly schools last term, is
.spending the summer here with her I
parents. Mr and Mrs G F Crof- I
Was Mere This Week
Mis J. Levy . ot Tarboeo, visited
her daughtei Mrs Irving Margolis,
and Mr. Margolis, heiv a few days
Spending Vacation Here
B? n Manning, who has been at- i
tending Columbia University. New
York City is spending his summer
vacation ...here with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs John A Manning
Visiting in Jamesville
Miss Unis Stallings is spending
the suiitni? i in Jamesville with her j
parents, alter-.attending E C T C.
in Oioemiih?Inut ti -1
In Greensboro Sunday
Rev and Mi s B T. Hurley and j
Miss Marian Hurley were visitors in
Greensboro and High Point Sunday
and Monday They were accompan
ied home by B T Hurley, Jr., stu
dent at High Point College, who will
spend the summer here
Return from California
Mrs. Andrew Hplliday. Miss Fan
nie Latham Martin and Miss Opal
Brown have returned to their home
in Jamesville from an overland trip
In Raleigh Thursday
Mi's. H H. Williams and daugh
ter. Janet. Mrs W E Old and Mrs
G. P Hall were visitors in Kaleigh
In apite of the speed-up tempo at
:he Naval Academy in Annapolis,
romance keeps its traditional grip
on graduation exercises. This grail
uate. Joseph Smith McCoy, Jr., one
of 6f*2 reserve ?*nsigns who under
went intensive four-months' course,
is juat following a custom as he
kisses his fiancee.
Visiting in Gastonia
Mi Lolo Phillips is spending the
week-end with relatives in Gas
ton i a
In Norfolk Ust Week-end
Mrs. O. S Green, Miss Eloise Hop
kins and Clarence Hopkins were vis
itors in Norfolk last week end
Will Spend Summer Here
Misses Virgil Ward. Reid White
and Ola Lee LiUey and John Flem
ing Thigpen will return during the
week-end from E C. T. C., Green
ville. to spend the summer here with
relatives Miss Addie Lee Meador and
Miss Mary Helen Boy kin will grud
uate from the Greenville school on
Accepts Position in New York
Charlie Harrison, of Bear Grass,
Leaves for New York
Jack Butler leaves Monday for his
home in Canandaigua, N. Y., to
spend the summer with relatives.
Returns from Leggetts
Mis C B. Clark. Jr., lias returned
from a visit with relatives in Leg
Spending Week-end Here
Mis> Alta Critcher, teacher in the
Angier schools, is spending the
week-end here with her parents, Mr.
.nid Mrs. B A Critcher.
Visit in Rocky Mount
Mesdames W. II Carstarphen and
Elizabeth Macon were visitors in
Rocky Mount Wednesday afternoon.
Clruy (paqsL J>ood&,
lixc*pl Strawberry and Raspberry
Nectar Tea ~ 15c
M Butter Page v: 15c
Macaroni c '?? 5c
Dressing *~rr % 25c
Sparkle -sS 3 - 10c
DaAMD Ann Page WW. Pork Q 1-lb 1 / ft
DCullO end Tour Sauc \J Caiu I I *
TOMATOES . 21-lb. cartons 25c
STRING BEANS lb. 5c
CORN 4 ears. 17c
Fancy CARROTS 2 bunches . 13c
Large Juicy LEMONS doz. . 19c
Carolina LETTUCE ... each. 10c
NEW RED BUSS
POTATOES 10 lbs. 21c
Also Fresh Cucumbers, Yellow Squash, Beets
And Green Peppers
Fine Chick, 100-lb. bag .. $2.45
Scratch, 18Q-lb.bag $2.30
Growing Nash, 100-lb. bag $2.45
Laying Nash, 106-lh. bag $2.45
ir? Dairy, 100-lb. bag . .$1J0
In Annual Meeting
The Woman's Council of the j
Christian Church held its annual
study class on Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Henry D. Harrison on Sim
The topic of study was the "Crisis
I in China." and Mrs Y. P Wmstead.
j of Washington, reviewed the intro
1 duct ion Miss Eva Peel and Mrs
! Hallet Gibbs and Mrs. Harold Tyler, i
j of Washington, made interesting
talks on the subject of study.
Mrs Robert Nash Cooper, of the I
I Washington Council, exhibited some j
J Chinese curios, including an inter
esting display of Chinese dolls rep
resenting the different classes of that
At one o'clock, Mrs. Harrison
j served a two course luncheon. She
was assisted by Mrs. J. C. Manning.
Mrs. Leman Barnhill. Mrs. J. O.
' Manning. Mrs. Ira Harrison and Mrs.
C?. G. Woolard
The following announcements have
been received here:
Mr. and Mrs. William Edward
Weede announce the marriage of
their daughter, Ruth Naomi, to
George A. Peele. Jr.. on Tuesday, the
sixth of May. 1941, in Florence, S. C.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Peele, of Williams
ton. and is now employed with the
N. C. Pulp Company in Plymouth.
Entertaining at Tea
Mrs. K. B. Crawford and Mrs. Asa
Crawford are entertaining at a tea
this afternoon in honor of Mrs. E
Ross?Froneberger. of Hickory, ?Ihe.
former Miss Rosalie Inman, of Wil
liamston. and Mrs. Howard .White,
Jr.. of Wilson, the former Miss Mary
Fort Carroll, of Wilson
Spending Summer in Jamesville
Eugene Ange, teacher in the Con
way schools, is spending the sum
mer with relatives in Jamesville.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. Lewis Alexander, of Plym
outh. was a business visitor hare on
Ill Raleigh Wednesday
Mosdames Edwin Holding and
Robert Coburn were visitors in Ral
eigh Wednesday. They were accom
panied home by Mrs. Jimmy Har
ris who is spending a few days here
Was Here Wednesday
Mr. Bruce Bateman, of Plymouth,
attended to business here Wednes
In Kaleigli Wednesday
Mrs. Louise Forehand visited
In Durham Wednesday
Mrs. Johnnie Gurkin, Mrs. Rossell
Rogers. Miss Josie Pearl Lilley and
her mother, and Miss Annie Mae
Bailey were visitors in Durham on
Was Here This Week
Miss Rebecca Knight, of Rocky
Mount, spent a few days here this
week with friends.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. Tom Gillam, of Windsor, at
tended to business here Wednesday.
In Enfield Tonight
Mr. John Pope and son. Warren,
are attending the graduation exer
cises in Enfield tonight, of which
class, Miss Rosemond Critcher,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Duke
Critcher, is a member.
In Durham This Week
Mrs. Daisy Pope, Mrs. R A. Critch-1
er and Mrs John A Manning visit
ed ill Durham this week They were
accompanied home by Reg Manning,
student at Duke University, who
will spend the summer here with his
Returns To Her Home
Mrs. W H. Perry has returned to|
her home near Dardens after under
going treatment in a Washington
hospital Wednesday afternoon. She
was accompanied home by her
daughter. Mrs. Albert Coltrain, and
Accepts Position in Burlington
Leaman Keel is now living near I
Burlington where he has accepted |
Return from Arkansas
Mr and Mrs. J. G. Staton will re
turn over the week-end from Hot
Springs, Ark., where Mr. Staton has
been for his health.
Leave for Arknaaas
Mrs. J. S. Whitley and daughter, I
Elizabeth, and son, Herbert, leave |
this week-end for a visit with rela
tives in Arkansas. Mrs. Whitley and I
daughter will remain there for about |
a month's visit.
Return from Seaboard
Mrs Clyde Manning and children, I
Visits Hare Saturday
Miss Doris Hurley, of Seaboard, |
[.?was the guest of relatives here Sat
Returns from Norfolk
Mrs. Bruce Whitley returned home I
yesterday after visiting relatives and |
friend in Norfolk for several weeks
French Honor First Lady
Two year-old Albina Bois-Rouvray presents a corsage to Mrs. Frankiii.
D. Roosevelt as tbe France Forever relief committee honors the First
Lady in a ceremony in New York. She was awarded the Croix de Lor
raine. At left is the Countess de Bois-Rouvray, Albina's mother.
By Mary Brown Allfsod, Homr |
Service Director, Virginia Electric
And Power Company
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What about breakfast! I am afraid
too many of us start the day off
wrong by omitting the most import
ant meal of the day, inasmuch as,
we have usually fasted for twelve
hours or more. Of course, there is
the midnight refrigerator raider who
cuts down those hours.
Here is a very delicious way to
start off the day:
Creamed Codfish with Bacon Waffles
Add 1-3 cup chopped cooked bacon
to plain waffle batter. Shred 1 pound
salt codfish. Soak one hour in cold
water. Drain. Add fresh water. Sim
mer until fish is soft. Drain Heat
with 3 eups milk. Blend 3 table
spoons flour with 4 tablespoons melt
ed butter or margarine. Stir into hot
milk. Stir constantly until mixture
thickens. Beat 1 egg and stir into
codfish just before removing from
heat. Season. Serve with bacon waf- |
fles. Serves 4 to 6. The waffle batter
made be made" up and Stored in the
automatic refrigerator so it doesn't
mean that the breakfast maker has
to get up at the crack of dawn.
Zweiback French Toast Sandwiches
Beat 1 egg, add 3-4 cup milk. Dip
16 slices zweiback in milk mixture.
Saute until golden brown. Put to
gether with hot spiced apple sauce.
Serve with bacon and remaining ap
Hot Spiced Apple Sauce
Heat 2 1-2 cups apple sauce; add
1 4 teaspoon each nutmeg and cin
namon, 1-16 teaspoon ginger. Mix
well Heat 5 minutes more.
Malt Cocoa Egg Nog
Mix 8 teaspoons malt-cocoa and
1-4 cup milk. Add 1 1-2 cups hot
milk. Beat 2 eggs; pour milk mix
ture on eggs. Add few drops vanilla
extract. Mix thoroughly. Serves 2.
Curried Pineapple and Sausages
Brown 1 lb. tiny pork sausages.
Saute 8 slices canned pineapple in
1-4 Cup sausage fat. Drain. Halve, j
Mix 1 teaspoon cornstarch and 12
teaspoon curry powder; add 1 cup
pineapple sirup. Add to fat in pan.
Cook, stirring constantly, until 1
thickened Arrange pineapple and 1
over. Serves 4.
Spread freshly toasted bread with I
butter or butter substitute. Spread |
generously with sugar and cinna
mon which have been blended in the
proportion of 1 teaspoon cinnamon I
to 1-2 eup sugar.
BB-cuit Cinnamon Rolls
Make your favorite baking-pow
der biscuit dough. Roll out in sheet
1-2 inch thick. Spread with melted
butter or butter substitute and sprin
kle thickly with cinnamon and
brown sugar- or with maple sugar.
Roll like jelly roll, cut in slices 1 incii
thick. Place in well-oiled pans, cut
side down. Bake in hot oven 425*
about 15 minutes or until well
2 eggs well beaten
1 c milk
Few grains salt
1 t. melted butter
1 c flour
Combine eggs, salt and flour. Add
melted butter. Beat until batter 'is
smooth and bubbly. Pour into well
oiled muffin tins or custard cups.
Bake in hot oven 400* for 45 to 60
minutes. These may be made up the
night before and left to stand in a
Crackling Corn Bread
1 1 -2 c corn meal
1-2 t. salt
2 T. flour
2 t. sugar
1 egg, well beaten
3 t. baking powder
1 1-4 c milk
1 1-2 c cracklings
Add flour, corn meal, sugar, salt,
baking powder, egg and milk. Add
cracklings. Beat thoroughly. Bake in
well-oiled shallow pan in hot oven
450* F. about 20 minutes, or drop by
teaapuonfuls on * hot well-oiled grid
dle. Fry until golden brown.
North Carolina. Martin County.
Having this day qualified as the
administrators of the estate of Los
sie Barnhill, deceased, this is to no
tify all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned within one year from
the completion of this publication of
notice or same will be pleaded as a
bar to any recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate settle
Tins the 14th day of May. 1941.
Whit Moore. Route 3. Williams -
ton, and Cecil Moore. Kinston.
administrators of the estate of
ml6-6t Lossie Barnhill.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District of
North Carolina. Washington Divi
In Bankruptcy No. 756.
DR. V. H. MKWBORN
Please Note Date Changes
Robersonville office, Scott's Jew
elry Store, Tuesday, June 10th.
Williamston office, Peele's Jewel
ry Store, every Wed., 10 a.m. u> 3 p.m
Plymouth office, Womble Drug
Store, Every Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
Eyes Examined?Glasses Fitted
Tarboro Every Saturday.
Full Pint 85<
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Prepared by 6/ eenbros !n< Cinti 0
of Jin MaGewaa
Individ mil), and trad
mt aa Johnston Building Supply,
Greenville. North Carolina. Velun
Notice is hereby given that Mon
day. June 23. 1941. has been fixed by
an order of the Court entered at the
first meeting of creditors, as the last
lay on which objections to the dis
charge of this bankrupt may be filed.
Such objections are required to be
ipecified, to be verified, to be in du
plicate. and to be filed with the un
U. S. Heferee in Bankruptcy.
Williamston, N. C.
May IS 1941 ml#-4t
North Carolina Martin County. In
The Superior Court
[?ounty of Martin against I. K. Bar
The defendant J. K
above named, will take notice that
an action as above has keen com
menced in the Superior Court of
Martin County, North Carolina, to
Foreclose the taxes on land in Mar
Lin County in which said defendant
Lias an interest, and the said dettm
dant will further take notice that he
is required to appear before L. B
Wynne, Clerk of the Superior Court
uf Martin County at his office in
Williamston, North Carolina, with
in thirty (30) days after the oom
uletion of this service of pubbcatian
by notice and to answer or demur
to the complaint of the plaintiff in
this action, tAthe plaintiff will ap
ply to the CKirt for the relief de
manded in s?rH complaint.
This the 22nd day of May, 1941.
L B WYNNE. Clerk Superior
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, your right to
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- and right off the bat you know
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an extra engine had (one to work.
Past is ? one has.
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fresh reservoir of power not to be
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Most of the time that extra carburetor
it idle. Your car operate* solely on
the small, frugal forward carburetor.
But any time you need or want power
? press down your toe and away you
go, with two fuel mixers working 1
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