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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, February 13, 1942, Page 4, Image 4

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a. Move To Grace Street Mr. and Mrs Henry Griffin have moved from the Tar Heel apart ments to the former residence of Dr and Mrs R. G. McAllister on Grace Street. Is III at Her Home Little Janet Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. R. Williams, is ill at her home in the Tar Heel apart ments. e Leave for Scotland Neck Mrs Eugene Whitehead and son. Gene, Jr.. will leave this week-end for Scotland Neck and then to Suf folk, where they will make their home. Are III At Home Here Mr and Mrs. W. J. Keel are ill at the home of their daughter. Mrs. W. M. Myers. Returns To Norfolk Miss Sarah Taylor has returned to Norfolk after spending a few days with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Bob Taylor. Shops Here Wednesday Mrs R. Sears, of Hamilton, shop ped here Wednesday. Visits Here Tuesday Miss Eva Roberson, of Whiteville. visited here Tuesday. Shops Here Wednesday Mrs. S L Boatwell. of Plymouth, shopped here Wednesday. In Washington Thursday Mrs. Mary Bell Osborne was a business visitor in Washington on Thursday. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. Russell Carson, of Bethel, was a business visitor here Wednesday. Is III At His Home Richard Levin is ill at his home I here. * Visits Here This Week Rev J. Leon Long, of Wilmington, vsiited relatives here for a few days this week. Shops Here Wednesday Mrs Titus Martin,-of-Jamesville, shopped here Wednesday Spend Monday Near Here Mr and Mrs. W. E Malone and son, Mike, of Edenton, spent Mon day near here with Mr and Mrs. El lis Malone Attending Church Meet Rev. John Hardy is in Kinston attending a church meeting. Visiting in Norfolk Miss Eloise Hopkins is visiting in Norfolk. a?? Leave for Maryland Mr and Mrs. F. U. Barnes left this morning for Pocomoke City Md.. to spend a few days with relatives and friends. Spending Week-end Here Stuart Critcher, State College stu dent. Raleigh is spending the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Titus Critcher. Visits Here Wednesday Mrs. Dillon Peel, of Everetts, ited here Wednesday. a Returns to Greenwood, 8. C. Mrs. George Bishop has returned to her home in Greenwood, S. C., af ter spending some time here with her daughter, Mrs. Z. T Piephoff, and family. a Spends Week-end Here Miss Alice Harrison, teacher in the Rich Square schools, visited relatives here last week-end. Attend Another Conference Misses Mary Taylor and Blanche Harrison attended another confer ence of welfare workers in Raleigh Wednesday. a Visit Here Wednesday Mrs. J. L. Holliday and daughter, Miss Sarah, of Macedonia, visited here Wednesday. a Returns to I^eggetts Mrs. Blanche Anderson has re turned to her home in Leggetts fol lowing a visit here with her daugh ter. Mrs. C. A. Harrison. lunior Woman'? Club In Regular Meeting! The Junior Woman's Club met on Tuesday night in the club building at 8:00 o'clock. The meeting was pre sided over by Mrs. Edwin Trahey. The first part of the meeting was j given over to the program commit tee chairman who turned the meet- I ing over to Miss Katherine Bradley, j a member of the grade school facul ty here. Her closs of fourth grade children presented musically a les son about February. The "teacher" was Warren Goff, .who called the roll to the tune of "Coming Through the Rye" Each pupil answered musically as his name was called. Lilybet Muse read I a paper on George Washington and ham Lincoln Three songs. "The Feb ruary Song," "The Duck Song." and the "Salute to the Flag," were sung by the class, and the program was closed with everyone singing the Na tional Anthem. During the business portion of the meeting, members were urgetf-to do all they could to aid in National De fense. and the club as a whole de cided to start a program of buying defense bonds and stamps. After other routine business matters were discussed, the meeting adjourned. HARRIS-HOYT The marriage of Miss Frances Ni cholls Hoyt and Henry Laurens Har ris, both of Albemarle, was perform ed by Chaplain E. C. Andrews in the Chapel of the U S. Naval Base at Norfolk. Va., on Saturday, February 7th, at 5:30 o'clock in a private cere mony. She was given in marriage by I her brother. Frederick W. Hoyt, of | Smithfield, N. C. The bride was attired in a Godey suit-dress of navy faille and carried j matching accessories Her corsage was of Briarcliff roses and white car nations. Mrs. Harris is the daughter of Mrs. Frederick William Hoyt, Sr., of Wil-) liamston and Smithfield, and the late Mr. Hoyt. She was graduated from I Roosevelt hospital training school for nurses in New York and attended [William and Mary College extension | in Richmond for a course in Public Health Nursing At present she is on the nursing staff of the Stanly Coun ty Health Department, Albemarle. Mr. Harris is the son of Mr. Ar thur Parker Harris, of Albemarle, and the late Mrs. Mattie Balle Har ris He is a graduate of Duke Uni versity where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha social fraternity and Phi Beta Kappa scholastic fraternity. Until recently he was connected with the Carolina Realty and Insurance Company of Albemarle, but is now a third class petty officer in the Unit ed States Naval Reserve. BINGO PARTY Mrs. W. E. Old and Mrs. G. E. Thorpe entertained at a surprise bingo party Tuesday night at the Tar Heel Apartments honoring Mrs. H. R. Williams, who is moving this week to Newport News. The winner of each game of bin-. go was given a candy heart, and when the final count was made, Mrs. W Dickens was given first prize for having the largest number of hearts. Mrs. M. M..Levin received a prize for second high, and Miss Lora Sleeper was given a consolation prize. Decorations and refreshments were in the Valentine motif. An ice cream course was served with cake and candy hearts. The honoree was presented an electric sandwich toast er. Those present included: Mesdames John Peele, Daisey Pope, Charles Roebuck, G. P. Hall, Walter Mizelle, W. 11 Dickens. M. M. Levin, H. O. Jarman, T. O Peele. Bill Harrison, H. R. Williams, and Misses Carrie Whitford and Lora Sleeper. * In Raleigh Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Peel and son, Bill Bob, visited in Raleigh and Chapel Hill yesterday. Returns to Troy Mrs. Howard White, the font Miss Mary Fort Carroll who was member of the local school, facu at one time, returned to her home Troy Wednesday following a vi here with Mr. and Mrs. John Tulle If Your Chilli Catches Cold Listen ?listen to millions of experienced mothers and relieve miseries with the IMPROVED Vicks treatment that takes only 3 minutes and makes g(*>d old Vicks VapoRub give BETTER THAN EVER RESULTS I IT ACTS 2 Vk AYS AT ONCE to bring relief. _ AT ONCI ^ I f PEJIET RATES to upper : breathing paasuges with soothing me dicinal vapors. SIMULATES chest and bark surfaces like a %warming poultice. Riuir ?' ( FOR HOURS to ease toughs, relieve muscular soreness or tightness, and bring real ,honest-to-good i less com for t. To get this improved treatment. . . just massage VapoRub for 3 minutes ON BACK as well as throat and chest. For Better Results then spread thick * C layer on chest and cover with wanned W Va*oRu?% doth. Try it! The Improved Way ATTENTION MILK Customers .' t TO ? ? . ' '???? .... '? / '.-.v. CONSERVE TIRES And Gasoline WE ARE Discontinuing OUR Evening Delivery We regret thai we must eliminate our evening delivery but there is no alterna tive for we can't get truck tires to oper ate with. Your cooperation will be ap preciated. IVo Special Orders Delivered Edgewood Dairy NSsLi th. 95c' on. 1.80 HINTS FOR HOMEMAKERS By Irene James, Home Service Director, Virrinia Electric j And Power Company SOUPS Soups are almost universal in their acceptance, clear and thin for the beginning of heavy meals, full bodied and sub stantial as the main dish?served with a good salad of raw fruits, since possibly your soup will include many vegetables. Nearly every na tion has a soup parti cularly its own. Russia and Poland have a soup which uses beets and sour cream as a foun dation. France and Italy have onion soup which com I bines cheese, onion, and toast as its iliiof ingieUients. Some hints regarding vegetable soups. f. List under this head soups with a strong basis of meat and bone. Soup bones should always be cracked in order that the marrow may be freed ?this being the reason for using bones in soup. All vegetables may be used as seasoning with the exception of squash and egg plant. Their lack of a decided flavor is the only reason for not including them. Soup meat should be cut in cubes. Vegetables, pepper and salt, are added as prefer red by those enjoying the soup. Cook slowly. Never thicken vegetable soup with flour or other mediums. The starch of beans, corn, etc., is sufficient to give body to the soup. French Onion Soup Simmer one cup of chopped onions in one-half cup of water with a blade of mace, half a bay leaf, a sprig of thyme, one-fourth teaspoon of salt and a few grains of sugar, until the onions are tender but not too soft; then remove the mace, bay leaf and thyme, and add the onions with the liquid, to a thin white sauce made as follows: Melt two tablespoons of shortening, add two tablespoons of rice flour, stir to a smooth paste and add two cups of hot milk; stir and cook until thickened and add one ta blespoon of butter, one-half teaspoon | of salt, a few grains of white pepper and two bouillon cubes dissolved in two tablespoons of boiling water Mix well and serve hot. Float a piece of whole wheat ^ bread, cut in fancy shape on top of each bowl of soup, sprinkle with cheese, set into a hot oven to melt the cheese, then serve at once. Potato and Water Cress Soup 3 medium sized potatoes 4 1-2 c boiling water 3-4 tsp salt 3 4 tbsp melted butter 1 1-2 tbsp flour 1 1 -2 c finely chopped water cress 1 1-2 tsp salt 1-8 tsp pepper Wash and pare the potatoes and cook them until tender in boiling salted water. Put boiled potatoes, while hot, through u vegetable ricer or sieve. To this puree add the po tato water, let come to a boil and thicken with melted butter and flour which have been blended together. Add water cress, salt and pepper. Serve hot with croutons. Add hot milk to make a thinner soup if de sired. Six servings, Philadelphia Pepper Pot Shin or soup bone 2 lbs boiled tripe Cut in 1-2 inch dice 1 qt diced raw white potatoes 1 c cut onions 2 c finely cut dumplings 1 tbsp flour 1 tbsp salt 1-8 tap black pepper 1 tbsp finely cut parsley MISS JAMES Gibson Girl Hollywood starlet Peggy Diggins is dressed in the gay nineties costume she will wear in the forthcoming Warner Btob. film, "Gibson Girl. NY A Head Here Thursdays Mrs. Mattie Moye Gaylord will be in the agricultural building here ev ery Thursday afternoon from two to four o'clock for the purpose of tak ing applications for NYA employ-1 ment. BIRTHDAY PARTY Master Larry Jones and little Miss Bettie Jones were honored Sun day afternoon at a double birthday party given them by their mother, Mrs Marvin Jones, at their home near Jamesville. Twenty of their little friends were on hand to help celebrate. Larry was 11 and Bettie six Both had birthday cakes, beautifully decorated. Cake and grape juice were served to the guests. Larry and Bettie received many nice gifts. Is in Durham Hospital Postmaster Leslie T. Fowden is spending a few days in a Durham hospital undergoing treatment. Leave for Louisiana Mr .and Mrs. John A Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lindsley left this morning for Ixiuisiana and Tex as where they will visit their sons, Ben Manning, at Shreveport, and Lawrence Lindsley, Jr . at Wichita Falls, Texas. ? In Durham Today Mr. and Mrs Reginald Simpson, Mrs. Leslie Fowden and Mrs. C. B. Clark, Sr., are in Durham today visit ing Mr. Pete Fowden in a Duke hos pital. 1 tbsp dried sweet marjoram When possible buy the tripe boil ed. If not, it must be well washed and boiled 4 hours or until tender. The shin or Soup bone is put on to boil with four quarts of cold water; when the meat is tender, remove bone; add the tripe, potatoes and onions; boil 40 minutes; add salt, pepper and flour, which has been mixed smooth with cold water; then add dumplings and parsley; boil 3 minutes; last add the sweet marjoram. Black Bean Soup 1 c black beans 1 1-2 qts water i onion 1 tbsp fat 1-2 tap mustard Pepper Salt Paprika 2 tbsp vinegar 2 tbsp butter 2 tbsp flour 2 hard-boiled eggs Soak beans overnight. Drain and cover with cold water. Add sliced onion which has been browned in the fat, and simmer until beans are soft, adding more water if necessary. Press through a sieve, again bring to the boiling point and add seasonings and vinegar. Thicken with flour which has been blended with the melted butter. Cut eggs in thin slices and use to garnish soup. Serves six to eight. f WILUAMSTON It. M ACCOLIJ C COT HIP| SMART Stylo For Sound Investment and Insured Satisfaction, Wear Correctly Cut Clothes THAT LAST, AND STYLES THAT ARE ENDORSED BY ESQUIRE Buy . . . Nuiin-Biisli, Jarman, Tay lor Made, Fortune Shoes . . Man hattan and Arrow Shirts . . Knox and Society Club Hats . . Hickok Belts . . Mansco Underwear, Etc. And Hundreds of Other Weil-Known Brands And Invest the Saving* in Defente Stamp*! Humolis Biotkm w ^r?fr|r ^ W0 WILUAMSTON, N. C. Things To Watch For In The Future Business envelopes with product pictures, sales message on the front, with both addresses on the "flap side" ... A new food drink called Hemo, that comes in powdered form, chocolate flavored, and crammed full of vitamins, iron, calcium and phosphorus . . . Special plans by banks to help you spread your in come tax payments over twelve months instead of four quarterly payments. . . NOTICE OF SALE North Carolina. Martin County. Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain deed of trust executed to the undersign ed trustee by Thad Newsome, Jr., and wife, Jennie Newsome, on the 7th day of May, 1937, and of record in the public registry of Martin County in Book P-3 at page 304, said deed of trust having been given for the purpose of securing certain notes of even date and tenor therewith, de fault having been made in the pay ment of said notes, and the stipula tions contained in said deed of trust not having been complied with, and at the request of the owners of said on Thursday, the*lay of "MarchT 1942, at twelve o'clock noon, in front of the courthouse door in the town of Williamston, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash the following described real estate, to wit: That certain tract of land in Mar tin County, beginning at the North east corner of Rogers and Outter bndge corner and running thence a Southeast course along a branch between the Allen and Blount line, to a corner of the land of Thad New some and said Outterbridge, thence up the railroad toward Everetts, N. C? on the south side to a forked dou ble white oak, thence across the Ew ell tract of land a North course to two pine trees on said Ewell tract of land, thence a North course to a maple standing near the branch, thence a Northeast course to Rogers and Outterbridge line, the beginning, containing fifty acres, more or less, and being the same premises de scribed in a deed of trust of record in Book Y-2 at page 83 of the Martin County Public Registry, which is hereby "referred to. This the 9th day of Feb., 1942. ELBERT S. PEEL, Trustee. Peel & Manning, Attys. f!3-4t JoRtlirvt MUtj irv* ~ (jptiit ^^UOBXlABLili. SA1VS. HO5k MOf3 sji Reita Theatre?Washington 0 Sunday-Monday February 15-16 "SPOOKS RUN WILD" with Bela Lugoti and Leo Gorcey Tuesday DOUBLE FEATURE February 17 "Honolulu Lu", Bruce Bennett ami Lupe Velez "Missouri Outlaw," with Don Red Barry Wednesday-Thursday February 1S-19 "BURMA CONVOY" with Evelyn Ankera and Gharles Hirkford Friday-Saturday Frbruary ttt-tl "COWBOY SERENADE" with Gene Autry FOUK CAKLOADS i | Army 2 - Horse Wagons | FOR SALE 1 baiu;ain price > | Slade, Rhodes and Co. HAMILTON, N. C. For. Five Million Farms More than 800,000 tons of potash mate rials for fertilizer use left American mine3 and refineries last year for farming areas where soil deficiency of potash?an es sential plcnt food?is limiting crop pro duction. About two-thirds of this tonnage was in the form of muriate of potash (60-63% KiO), a form highly concen trated to reduce The Farmer's fertilizer freight bill. Immediately upon the out break of war in 1939, the American Potash Industry began a rapid increase in production capacity. This expansion program is still continuing to meet the demands for increased food production ?FOOD tor VICTORY. AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE, INC. ll8S-l?tli St. *. W. WASHINGTON. D. C

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