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Visiting Parents Here
Gerald James is spending a few
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B James, after having finished his
course at Coyne Electrical School.
Spends Week-end Here
Edna Earle James, a former stu
dent at Norfolk College, spent the
week-end here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs J. B. James.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Hassell, of
Jamesville. announce the birth of
a son, Archie Clyde, on Saturday,
February 7th Mrs Hassell is the for
ter of Mrs Dare Brown, of James
Were Here Lid Week-end
Mr and Mrs John Maddux, of Vir
ginia Beach, spent last week-end
here with Mr and Mr J Paul
? ? \b ?
Mrs. Lester Bryant underwent an
appendicitis, operation in Brown's
Community Hospital here last Fri
day. Her condition is said to be very
satisfactory and will probably be
able to return to her home this week
Was Here Sunday
Editor J. Edwin Bufflap. of Eden
ton, visited here Sunday afternoon
He was accompanied hon|?' by his
grandson, Eddie Bufflap
Visit Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smith, of
Jacksonville, and Miss Eloanor Tay
lor, of Norfolk, visited their parent^
Mr and Mrs Bob Taylor, here Sun
Spending Week Here
Mrs. L. E Chandler, of Norfolk,
is spending the week here with Mrs
W. M Myers.
Was Here Last Week-end
"Edgar Uurganus. a student at
Wake Forest, visited his mother,
Mrs. Mary Bonner Gurganus, here
In Hamilton Sunday
Mrs. Edwin Holding. Mrs. D G.
Modlin and Miss Mary Carstarphen
visited Miss Mildred Everett in Ham
Is Home For Few Days
Mr. Grover Whitehurst is horde
from th? Navy yard. Portsmouth,
for a few days.
Visits in Bear Grass
Miss Doris Rogers, business school
student, Raleigh, spent the week-end
with her mother. Mrs. Javan Rog
ers, in Bear Grass
Visits in Bear Grass
Mr Jimmy Taylor, \of Raleigh,
spent the week-end with his moth
er, Mrs. W. A. Gurganus, in Bear
Leave To Volunteer
Messrs Fred Taylor, Albert Cook,
Dampy Simmons and H H. Cowen,
Jr.. will leave tomorrow to volunteer
in the Air Corps
Put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol
up each nostril at the very first sniffle,
sneer** or sign of na.-al irritation. Its
quick action aids A X
Nature's defenses wirwc V
against colds.Follow M
directions in folder. VA TRO N9L
Named for 'Oscar'
IVice the winner of the Academy
of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
statuette for the best performance
of an actress, Bette Davis has been
nominated for a third "Oscar" for
her work in 1941.
(Centra^ P- ens)
Mi arid Mrs. Wheeler Rogerson
and children* visited in Norfolk last
attend Board Meeting
Messrs C. C. Martin, of Jarnesville;
Herbert Roebuck, of Cross Roads,
and J A. Everett, of Palmyra, at
tended the regular meeting of the
Martin County Rationing Board here
In Ketiansville Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Peel visited
relatives in Kenansville Sunday.
Is Out Following Illness
Little John' Rossell Rogers is out
following a serious illness at his
tome in Bear Grass
S|M*nd Week-end Near Here
Mr. and Mrs W. R. Rogerson, of
Charlotte, spent the week'-end with
Mr and Mrs* Wheeler Rogerson, near
In Jackson Last Week-end
Miss Clarine Duke spent the week
?nd in her home in Jackson visiting
spends Week-end in Whitakers
Miss. Katherinc Bradley spent the
a erk-end in Whitakers with rela
Was in Raleigh Last Week-end
Jimmy Swain visited relatives in
:taleigh last week-end.
spends Week-end Here
Miss Marjorie Lilley, of New Bern,
spent the week-end here with her
jarents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lilley.
n Greenville Sunday
Misses Josephine Eldridge. Mamie
'lyde Taylor. Bolton Cowen and
Irene James visited in Greenville on
Visits ifcere I>ast Week-end
Miss, Alt a Critcher, of Ay den,
ng a business school in Raleigh,
pent the week-end here with her
'ather, Mr. Dawson Lilley.
Was Here Last Week-end
Miss Marie Peele, of Raleigh, spent
tlie weekend here with her parents,
Mr. ^md Mrs. Oscar Peele.
Visits Here Sunday
Mrs Eva Gurganus, of Newport
News, visited relatives here Sunday.
Spends Week-end Here
Mr Billy Clark, of Columbia, S.
C.. spent the week-end here with
Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Clark.
Army 2 - Horse Wagons
Slade, Rhodes and Co.
HAMILTON, N. C.
The members of the Triple Bridge
Club entertained at a Valentine par
ty Friday night at 8:15 at the home
of Miss Mamie Clyde Taylor.
Decorations and refreshments were
in the Valentine motif. Bridge was
played and during the play, punch
and nuts were served. Later in the
evening ice cream and cakes were
Ladies' high score prize was won
by Mrs. Miller Harrell and ladies'
, .second high went to Miss Marie Grif
| fin. Men's top prize went to Dr. Mar
I vin Evans, and second high was won
by Hubert Cooke.
Those present included Misses
Mamie Clyde Taylor, Marie Griffin
Mary Hodgerson, Bolton Bowen, Ann
Getsinger, Irene James, Marjorie
Lindsley. Katherine Hardison; Mes
dames Miller Harrell, Steve Clair;
Dr. and Mw. Murvin Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Howell; Messrs. Clayton
Croft on, Leon Rogers. Hubert Cooke.
Charles Manning, Dillon Cobb, Wal
ter Lackays, Ernest Mears. Dick
Sladc and Fred Taylor.
Miss Sarah Keel Taylor, of Wil
liamston and Norfolk, became the
bride of Robert Craig Olmstead, Jr.,
of Detroit, Mich., and Portsmouth,
Saturday night in South" Mills, N.C.
Mrs. Olmstead is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, of
Williamston, and Mr. Olmstead is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. R C. Olmstead,
Sr., of Detroit, Mich.
Before her marriage, Mrs. Olm
stead was employed in the office of
Brown's Clothing Store in Norfolk.
Mr Olmstead*is employed in the
Navy Yard at Portsmouth. The cou
ple will make their home in Ports
Visits Parents Near Here
Mrs. Stuart Whitley, of Raleigh,
spent the week-end with her par
jents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Peele, near
Vas Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Hayes, of Plym
jutli. visited iiere Sunday.
ihops Here Saturday
Miss Sally Lee Brewer, of Wind
ier, shopped here Saturday.
ipends Week-end Here
Miss Opal Brown, who teaches
lear Greensboro, visited here and
n Jamesville last week-end.
ihop Here Saturday
Mr and Mrs, Charles Sexton, Jr.,
if Jamesville, shopped here Satur
Visiting in New York
Mrs B A Critcher is spending a
ew days in New York.
Spend Week-end Here
Or, and Mrs. M Hinnant, of Mi
re, and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. liinshaw,
if Chapel Hill, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Yheeler Manning last week-end.
Visit in Fredericksburg
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. James and
Vliss Sylvia Green spent the week
nd with Mr and Mrs H. C James
IVas Business Visitor Here
Mr. W G. Hardison was here yes
erday afternoon from Farm Life st
anding to business.
Visits Here Ia?st Week-end
Miss Alto Critcher, of Ayden
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B A. Critch
In Williamston Monday
Messrs. Arthur W. Lilley and
jhurman Ange visited in William
iVere Business Visitors Here
Messrs. Henderson Mizelle and
Hugh Martin attended fo business
Visit in Jamesville
Messrs. Jack Martin and Joseph
Holliday, of A. C. C., Wilson, spent
ihe week-end in Jamesville with
Returns from Durham >
Poslmasler LaslieT. Fowden re
urned home yesterday afternoon
from a Durham hospital where he
anderwent treatment for several
iays. While his condition is much
mproved he has been instructed to
remain at home for a few days.
Second Annual City-Wide
Thrs. Feb. 19
WASHINGTON MERCHANTS Are Offering Hundreds
Of Outstanding Bargains On This Great Day
Buy in Washington on Dollar Day
MacArthur's Niece Also Serves
Serving as a volunteer American Red Cross nurse's aide, Mrs. John L.
Reyburn. niece of Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur, hero of the Philippines, ii
shown taking care of a kinky-haired patient at Children's Hospital,
Washington, D. C. MrF. Reyburn hasn't seen her famous uncle since 1937.
Elsie Williams, of the fourth grade,
/as given a surprise birthday party
t her home Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Holliday was absent from
chool Tuesday afternoon to attend
he funeral of her uncle, Mr S. S
Irown, in Williamston.
Margie Lilley visited in Plymouth |
Mayo Moore visited in Mater last |
Clifford Corey visited in Raleigh
ast week-end. He saw many of the
amesville students at State College,
.eonard and Andrew Holliday, Jr,
eturned home with him to spend |
Miss Emily Smithwick, a former I
?aclier, spent the week-end here j
ritti Miss Rachel Godwin.
Miss Frances Nelson spent the I
eek-end with friends at A-C. Col-|
Miss Louise Dail spent the week
nd with Miss Frances Boyette, in |
The P.T.A. plans to sponsor an I
yster supper February 20th, at six |
'clock War Time. Everyone is uVg
d to come and buy their supper.
There has been quite an increase I
1 the number of Defense Stamps |
ought by the school. The seventh |
rade reports a buy of $6.70 during |
le week. -
The honor roll for the Jamesville |
.hool is as follows:
Seniors: Ray Stallings, Frances |
Wallace, Virginia Hassell, Ella Ange,
ola Hardison, Carolyn Hassell.
Juniors: Jack Mizelle, Grace Brew
Sophomores: Lorraine Griffin, |
[ell Holliday. Mary Ellen Sawyer
Seventh grade: Norma Fagan, Ma-1
Sixth grade: Lucille Martin, Oliv
r Hamilton, Clarence Ange.
Fifth grade: Billy Brewer, Dor
ian Caines, Dorothy Ellis, Venetia ]
Fourth grade: Mary Alice Griffin,
llizabeth Brewer, Rosalie Hardison,
Irownie Holliday, Nellie B Stubbs,
llsie Williams, Christine Taylor, and
Third grade: Edward Griffin, Bob
?y Styon, Woodrow Williams, I^orita
dae Browning, Nell Modlin, Dean
?tailings, Jacqueline Mizelle, Max
ne Long, Dorothy Waters, Lydia
larber, Janice Bailey. Eugene God
lard, Mary Bonner Gardner, Norman ,
Second grade: Ervin Modlin, Bob
ly Hardison, Foye Ange, James Hai
lip, Leslie Gardner, Lewis Kirkman,
ohn Swinson, Bobby Waters. Louise j
Irowning, Ann Daniels, Margaret
fenson. Patricia Holliday, Louise j
'erry, Caroline Wallace.
First grade: Peggy Mizelle, Nan
lolliday, Peggy Jean Gardner, Bar
First and second grades: Bobby
jto<yin, Elsie Modlin, Charlie Rog
?rs, Elsie M. Mobley, Nancy Bem
iridge, N. B. Lilley, Janie Coltrain,,
Jrline Perry, Fanny Modlin, Annie ]
WHAT I THINK REAL
DEMOCRACY IS . . .
By Dillon Cherry?Elfhth Grade
Bear Grass High School
I think real Democracy is when the
he government is governed By the
people, (or the people, and of the
people. As we look over Europe to
lay, we realize the danger of war. If
Hitler should win this war, it would
break up all true Democracy in Eu
rope. Do you think the people in Ger
many lead a Democratic life with a
man at the head of the government
telling them what they can do and
what they cannot do? They do not
have freedom of speech, of press,
ind of religion and do not have a
Hte leading Democratic govem
ments in the world are our country
? Hie United States of America,
England, France and Canada. Each
and every person has the right to
hold public office, man or woman,
white or black. We have freedom of
ipeech, freedom of press, freedom of
religion, and freedom of aasembly.
rhis is what I think real Democracy
We love our Country, we love and
respect the principles upon which it
is founded. It is up to each individ
ual citizen of the United States to
Jo his part in preserving these prin
riples of Democracy.
in l.ewtston Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Roberaon and
Miss Rachel Roberaon visited Mr.
?nd Mrs. Branch Marslender in Lew
iston Sunday afterpouu.
By Irene James. Hume
service Director, Virginia Electric
And Power Company
lakers were grand cooks. There
ere no delicatessen shops around
ic corner Good wholesome food
as the order of the day?prepared
the home kitchen. Rib sticking
iod just the odor of which made one
angry. Today with our all out for
?fense we need more such food to
jild energy for our busy men and
During the cold of February we
?ed t? be sure of getting an ade
jate amount of the protein and pro
ctive foods in our diets
Try this menu on your family:
Clear tomato soup ? crackers
Stuffed fresh pork shoulders ?
aked Idaho Potatoes
Steamed whole carrots?Hot slaw
Ambrosia ? Coffee
For clear tomato soup heat good
ade of tomato juice, season to
ste, serve with thin slice of lemon
jating in each cup.
Bone shoulder (approximate
eight 5 pounds). Stuff with dress-1
g made by combining one No. 2
in corn?2 beaten eggs ?4 cups
ead crumbs?2 tbsp butter, salt
id pepper to taste. Roast 350* 30
in. per lb.
Chop cabbage fine, i Cover with
ailing water for 3 min. Cook togeth
? over low heat or in double boil
\ 1-2 c vinegar, 1 egg yolk, 1 tbsp
jtter, 1 tsp mustard, 1 tsp flour,
id 1-2 c light cream. Pour over cab
Alternate layers of sliced peeled
ange and fresh grated cocoanut.
ananas may be included if desir- (
yxters with Mushrooms?Serves 6 |
1 small onion, chopped fine I
1 tbsp butter
1-2 tsp salt '
1-8 tsp pepper '
1-8 tsp paprika
1 tsp chopped parsley '
pt medium size oysters
1-2 c white sauce (
Buttered bread crumbs (
Brown chopped onion lightly in
le butter, add mushrooms (chop
ed) and cook 10 min., add season
lgs, parsley and oysters. Cook 2 or 1
min. only. Stir in white sauce. Turn 1
)to buttered ramekins. Sprinkle 1
'itli buttered bread crumbs and 1
bake 20-25 min. in hot oven 400*.
Well greased baking dish may be
used in place of ramekins.
Salmon Corn Omelet?Serves <
1-2 c milk
1 tap sugar
1 c salmon flaked
1 can corn (niblets)
Beat eggs with milk and sugar.
Add other ingredients. Fry as ome
I let. Serve hot.
Whole Steamed Onions
With Catsup Sauce
Simmer onions gently to keep
whole (until tender). Serve with cat
sup sauce for 8 onions combine 1-2
c catsup and 2 tbps melted butter
Returns from Mooresboro
Mrs. C. L. Daniel has returned
from Mooresboro where she visited
her father who had been quite ill.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. Bill Beach, of Hamilton, was
a business visitor here last night.
Visiting in County
A. J. Hardison, of Daytona Beach,
is spending a few days in the coun
Was Business Visitor Hare
Mr. Frederick Hoyt, of Smithfield,
al tended to business here yesterday.
fMtoit Addition* To The
Enterprise Mailing List
Listed among the recent addition*
io the Enterprise mailing list are th*
D L. Hardy, Williamston; Clifton
rurner, Robersonville; W. C. Lyons,
Williamston; T. V. Davis, Jamesville;
Rosa Moore, Williamston; H. M. Peel,
Hamilton; Buck Saunders, William
ston; S. R. Cobum, Jamesville; Uiur
man Nicholson, Williamston; Arnold
Modlin, Jamesville; J. R. Rogers,
Williamston; R. H. Edmondson, Rob
ersonville; Charles M. Peel, William
ston ; W. M. Bowen, Williamston; Wil
lie Johnson, Robersonville; Willie
Everett, Robersonville; Jesse D. Rog
ers, Williamston; S. D. Matthews,
Hamilton; Luther Cratt, Williams
ton; J. D. Harrison, Sr., Williamston;
Rev. J. A. Taylor, Williamston; Na
thaniel Brown, Williamston; Mrs. J.
M Edmondson, Hamilton; R. G. Co
burn, Jamesville; Leslie Bryant.
Williamston; E. N. Harrell, Oak City.
QQQ Salve?Nose Drape
r?|fc Hi ape
Try "RUB-MY-TISM" ? A
Wonderful I.lnlmeat 7 ^
*2.15 FULL QUART
A NEW SUPPLY
Seed Potatoes and
We lime Just Received A Shipment
Of Seed Oh I* And Potatoes
COME IN ?LET US SERVE
Martin Supply Co.
To Tax Payers
A penalty of only one per cent is
being charged 011 1911 taxes during
the month of February, but on March
1st the penalty will increase with
each succeeding month.
Pay your taxes during the remain
ing days of February and save
the additional cost.
Town of Williamston