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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, February 24, 1942, Page 4, Image 4

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0. YU1U Here Last Week Mrs Bill Lilley. of Portsmouth visited Mrs. Gussie Burroughs her. last week. In Richmond Friday Mrs E P Cunningham and son George, and Misses Ann Hardisor ^ ~ i hnsmess anTlsoline Gardner were business vistiors in Richmond Friday. Spends Week-end Here John Pope. Jr of Durham, spent the week-end here visiting his fath er. Mr John Pope Visit in Newport News W J Smith and Ce. d Newborn spent the week-end it Newport News ; Gains Promotion Walter M Cooke, son of Mi ano waiter m v^uum . Mrs John Cooke, has been promote? 1,1 i ;? in. Unit ?LT& o witii -to tin- lank of Cuiponil ?" od States Army Air Corps Corpora Cooke has been in the Army for ? vear and a half and is now stationed "at the Eighth Air Base at Bangor Maine. Young Cooke is doing hu part to -Keep 'Em Flying as a mechanic in the ground crew Spends Week-end Here Whit Purvis, of Jacksonville .spent the week-end here with his mother Mrs. Daisy Purvis Shop Here Saturday Mrs. Clyde Hardison and Mrs Thelma Barden. of Plymouth, shop ped here Saturday. 1 Spends Week-end Here Miss Reid White, a student at E C. T. C., Greenville, spent the week end here with her parents Mr and Mrs Arthur White. *' In Wilmington Sunday Miss Kathenne Bradley. Miss Clarine Duke. Miss Mary O'Neil Pope Miss Josephine Eldridge and Mrs Daisey Pope visited Miss Er nestine Barber in Wilmington Sun day. Leaves for New York Mrs H. D Taylor left Monday for New York on a buying trip for Belk Men In Robersonville Sunday Mrs Mamie Taylor. Mr Fred Tay lor and Miss Mama Clyde Taylor spent Sunday in Robersonville vis iting relatives Visit Here Saturday Mr Garland Whitley and Mrs ter Peel, of Bear Grass visited here Saturday ? Visit Parents Near Here Mr. Taylor Malone, of Wilson, and Mr Clifton Malone, of Wilmington nt tin wei 1. i ml par ents, Mr. and Mrs Ellis Malone, ileal here. Leaves for Atlanta Mr. Doyle Kyntze. who has been here since December in connection with the John Deere Company, will leave Wednesday for Atlanta Ga Visits Here Thursday Mrs. Clarence Morse spent Ttiui's day here with Rev and Mrs. B I Hurley. a Improving from Illness Mr. Dave Daniel is responding to treatment in the' Brown Commun ity hospital here, late reports stat ing that his condition is much im proved. Relief for Miseries of HEAD COLDS Put S-*urvo>< Va-tro-nol up cacti nostril. It U) shrinks swollen mem branes. 13) soothes Irritation, and tl) helps clear cold-clog- v**n? s. HI V ged nasal passages uisge Follow complete 01- " rections In folder VATHO'NOl Husband a Hero C. f. f hone photo Mrs. Jean Wermuth, wife of Capt. Arthur W. Wermuth, credited with bagging 110 Japs in the Philippines and capturing many more, is proud of her husband. Mrs. Wermuth, a surgical nurse, is employed at Ard more Hospital, in Ferndale, Mich. (Central treat) Spend Week-end Here Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wyatt, of New Holland, spent the. week-end here (with Mr. and Mrs. John Cooke. Visit Here Last Week-end Mr and Mrs. William V. Cooke and family spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. John Cooke. Were Here Last Week-end John Miller and Benny Godwin, students at Mars Hill, spent the week-end here with their parents. Spends H>fk end Here Miss Evelyn Harrison, of Durham, spout the week-end here with her mother, Mrs L. B. Harrison. Birth Announcement Born to Mi and Mrs. B. S. Harri sott. .1 ctii lighter in the Brown Com munity hospital here last Tuesday. Visit Here Yesterday , Mr J. B. Whitfield, and Mr. W A. Vanderford, of Gold Point, visited here yesterday. Recovering from Operation Mrs. Lester Bryant is recovering from a major operation in the Brown Community Hospital here. Visit in Georgia Mr and Mrs (\ G Crockett, Sr.. and Messrs. C. G Crockett. Jr., and Abiu r Brown were at Fort Screv Tom Crockett who is recovering from a major operation in the hos with her son and will return the lat ter part of this week. Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs Richard Corey an nounce the birth of a daughter in the Brown Community Hospital here on Tuesday, February 17. Continues About the Same Mr* Maggie Davis Continues about ihe same in the Brown Comm unity Hospital where she has been a pa tient for several weeks Was llotne I^ast Week-end Corporal Pete Fowden was home last week end from Fort Jackson. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. J, R,- Winslow,- of Roberson ville. attended to business here yes terday. $ Is Cndergoing Treatment i George Harrison. Jr., is undergo ing treatment in a Washington hos : pital. ' Visits in Hamilton Sergeant Frank Everett, of Quan I ticu. Va.T spent the week-end with lelatiye&un. Hamilton, 50th SERIES Martin County Building and Loan Association WILL OPEN SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1942 1 In Raleigh Last Week-end Miss Blanche Harrison spent the I week-end in Raleigh. 1 Spends Week-end Here Hildretb Rogerson was home from ] Fort Jackson for the week-end. ? In Greenville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Harrison, and Mr and Mrs. J. D. Woolard and son, J. D Jr., visited in Greenville Sun day. a is Undergoing Treatment Jimmie Watts is undergoing treat ment in a Washington hospital. Were Business Visitors Here Messrs. Frank Bailey and W. S. Ausbon, of Cross Roads, were here yesterday attending to business. In Siiturilny Miss Dixie Daniel visited in Wash ington Saturday. Visits Here Yesterday Mr. Jesse Everett was here yester day from Hamilton attending to bus Visiting in Greenville Mrs. Iverson Skinner and son are in Greenville spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lips combe. a Visits in Edenton Mrs. Bessie Gwynn spent last week-end with her sister, Mrs. Jor dan Yates, in Edenton. Spend Week-end Here Mrs. D. M. Tetterton and daugh ters, Joyce and Elizabeth, of Rich mond. visited Mrs. George Grimes, Sr., here last week-end. In Elizabeth City Yesterday Mrs. E. S. Peel and Mrs. Joel Muse visited Mrs. Ned Laughinghouse in Elizabeth City yesterday afternoon. Spends Week-end Here Miss Mary Wagstaff. of RoxbdTQ, spent the Week-end here with Mrs. L B. Harrison. Return from Washington Mrs. Henry Davis Harrison, Jr., and little daughter returned Sunday from a visit with relatives in Wash ington. Attend Bankers Meeting Messrs R. L. Coburn, Herman Bowen, E. S. Peel, Charles Manning. H G Horton and W. C. Manning at tended a meeting of First District bankers in Elizabeth City last eve ning. <8> Was Here I,ast Week-end Miss Katherine Manning was home from Salem College last week-end. Visit Here Sunday Mr and Mrs. Carl Womack, of Greenville, and Mrs. Ella Womack, of Warsaw, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joel Muse here Sunday. In Weld16n Sunday Mrs. Sadie Peel visited her daugh ter, Miss Eva Peel, in Weldon Sun Visits in Kooky Mount Mi's. C G Crockett, Jr., spent the week-end with her parents in Rocky Mount. * Was Here Cast Week-end Mr. O. S. Anderson, member of the U S. Army Air Corps, was home from Mississippi for the week-end. Visits Sister Here Miss Mamie Lois Faucette, of Tar boro, spent the week-end here with her sister. Mrs. Jack Manning, and Mr. Manning. * Was Here last Week-end Francis Peel was home from Camp Lee last week-end. Shop Here Yesterday Mrs. Harry Waldo and Mrs Clay ton House, of Hamilton, were in town yesterday shopping Spends Week-end Here Miss Margaret Jones, of Jackson ville. visited relatives here last week end. Recovering from Operation Mr. Oscer BhTTs recovering from an operation for appendicitis which was performed in a Washington hos pital yesterday. * Visits Here Saturday Pvt. William James, of Camp Day is, visited his sister, Miss Irene James, here Saturday and they con tinued to Weeksville to visit their parents. a Visits Here last Week-end Mr. Taras Ivachiw, of the Naval Reserve, Charleston. S. C , visited in Plymouth?and Williamston last week-end. Returns to Charlotte Miss Eleanor Brown has returned to school in Charlotte after spend ing a week here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown. In Williamaton Sunday Mr Joseph Umphalett, of Ports mouth. visited in Williamston Sun day Spends Week-end Here Miss Arlene Belch, of Colerain, spent the week-end here with Miss Reid White. Visit Here 8unday Messrs. Don Brock and Sam Chap man, of the Naval Reserve, in Nor folk, visited friends here Sunday. Happenings In The Jamesville School The members of the PT.A. of Jamesville school wish to thank all the people who helped to make their annual oyster supper a success. Jamesville's boys and girls scored a triumph over Belhaven's undefeat ed teams, Friday night, February 20, in their last home game of the sea son. Both teams have had a very suc cessful season, the boys having lost only one game. lite boys are leaving Thursday for Atlantic Christian College where they will enter the annual tourna ment held for Class A and Class B schools of eastern North Carolina. They have been champions of Class B schools in this tournament for a number of years The P.T.A. is sponsoring a Square Dance Friday night, February 27th, in the gymnasium. The school enjoyed a musical cnapel program Friday, Feb. 20th, which was presented by the eighth grade under the direction of Miss Gladys Ipock. Miss Ionise Da it spent the wepk end with her parents in Edenton. Miss Rachel Godwin is recover ing from influenza. The school faculty has been urg ing all students to spend their spare money on defense stamps. A count in each grade showed a large in crease in the number of stamps that have been bought. The high school and faculty are honoring Randolph Jackson, James ville's first casualty of the war, by placing a plaque in memory of him in the hall of their building. A WESLEYAN GUILD HOLDS FELLOWSHIP BANQUET The Wesleyan Service Guild of the Methodist Church held a fellowship banquet at the home of Mrs W H. Hardison Thursday night climaxing a membership drive of the last few months. Mrs. Hardison and Mrs Collins Peele greeted the guests at the door and aided them in finding their places which were marked by place cards in the George Washington mo tif. Each guest was also presented a favor and program that was in keep ing with the occasion. Miss Lora Sleeper was guest speak er of the evening. The guests were welcomed by Mrs. W. M Manning Miss Ruth Hurley answered the welcome. A toast to the Wesleyan Guild was given by Mrs. Shelbon Hall. The response to the toast was given by Miss Martha Leggett. Mrs. John Eagles gave a toast to the Wo man's Society of Christian Service and the response was given by Mrs T. M. Britton. Mrs Debbie Warren, assisted by Misses Mary Warren, Rose Leggett, and Marian Hurley, served a three course dinner to the following guests: Mesdames Collins Peel, James Ward. N. R. Manning, Jack Manning, R. A Watson, W. H Harrison, H. B Thompson, Clyde Griffin, Woodrow Ttce, James Williams, Oswald Stalls, John D. Eagles, Shelbon Hall, Wheel er Manning, T. M. Britton, Randolph Allen, Bill Thrower, and Misses Sar ah Cooke, Ruth Wurd, Ruth Hurley, Martha Leggett, Lora Sleeper, Jer ry Humble and Frances Humble. ? Was Here Yesterday Mr. Joe Osborne, of Robersonville, was in town yesterday. ? Was Here Sunday Tbomas Stewart, of Washington, visited friends here Sunday. Visits Here Monday Mrs. Paul Ballard, of Creswell, vis ited friends here Monday. * Spends Week-end Here Miss Virgil Ward, student at E. C. T C., Greenville, spent the week end here visiting relatives. Confined To Her Home Little Miss Joyce Ann Cowen is confined to her home here with the measles. * Visits Parents Here Mr. Onley Cowan, Jr., of Norfolk, spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Cowan. Spends Week-end Here Miss Mary B. Shute, of Norfolk, spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. S. S. Brown. t Visit in Richmond I Mr. and Mrs. L. B Wynne visited ! relatives in Richmond last week-end. Was Here Last Week-end Mr. A. H. Kekelty, of Norfolk, vis ited friends here last week-end. Visits in Greensboro Mrs. E. T. Walker spent the week end in Greensboro and High Point with friends. e Spend Week-end Here Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Yancy. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Watkins and Mrs. Den nis Humphries spent the week-end heie with Mr. and MTff: Louis Buch anan on Church Street. ? Attend Basketball Game Among those attending the Wake Forest-State game in Raleigh Satur day night were Hardy Rose. Howard EaFp, Albert Cooke, Skippy Cowen I and Shorty Corey. Attend Funeral Saturday Mr. and Mrs D. W. Hardison, of Norfolk, and Mr. and Mrs N. H. Lockhart. of Grifton, attended the funeral of little Miss Orice Malver ine Hardison in the Piney Grove Baptist Church last Saturday after noon. In Washington Sunday Mrs. A J. Manning, Jr., visited her sister in a Washington hospital Sun f.atett Additioni To The Enter prite Mailing Lin Listed among the recent additions to the Enterpriie mailing lilt are the following: Edgar M. Taylor, Camp Blanding, Fla.; Nathan Modlin, Williamston; Almeta Lloyd, Williamston; R A. Edmondson, Hamilton; P. E. Get singer, Jamesville; N. D. Gurganus, Williamston; E. M. Bland, Dardens; Mrs. A. D. Bertolett, Richmond; S. B. Lilley, Williamston; C. D. Bul lock, Williamston; Slade-Rhodes,. Hamilton; Mrs. Allie Roberson, Wil liamston; Clyde Tyner, Williamston; Wendell Peel, Jamesville; J M Ward, Williamston; A. J. Manning, Williamston; Mrs. R. S. Price, Wil liamston; Henry Johnson, Roberson ville; Mrs. Annie Savage, Oak City; Jeannette Hackney, Washington; Os car Revels, Williamston; Miss Lucy Modlin, Richmond; J. Daniel Biggs, Williamston; Dr. R G. McAllister, Richmond; Mrs H W Ballard, Ham ilton; H B. Smith, Robersonvilie; J. H. Terry, Williamston; Dr. J. D. Biggs, Williamston. Mis. B H. Barn - hill, Durham; Harvey Roberson, Robersonville; R. E Baker. Oak City. 0|>|)ortuiiity For N. C. Youths In Navy Charleston, S. C.?The U. S. Navy has announced another opportunity for North Carolina youths to serve their country and at the same time prepare themselves for future civil ian work. High school and college students between the ages of 17 and 19, in clusive, can now enlist iiv a new Nav al Reserve group and will not be call to active duty until the comple tion of their current school year If they so desire. The students will enroll in the Navy's V-l class, a general service branch of the reserve, and when they become enrolled, they will not be subject to the draft. Naval authorities have declared the new plan offers opportunities that have never been equalled for students in American schools and colleges. Besides being patriotically enroll ed in the world s hardest fighting navy, each young man who is ac cepted will be furnished food and lodging and initial uniforms while on active duty. Pay will start with the base amount for seamen and will be increased as the man ad vances in ratings. Enrollment in the class also offers youths the opportunity of obtaining free $1,500 worth of training in any of 45 trades or vocations. A physical fitness program will develop health ier men. The periods of enrollment are two, three or four years, but those enlist ing will be required to serve only throughout the duration of the war. In I^wiston Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones, Mrs. Mit iie Jones, Miss Carrie Dell Jones and Mr. Elmer Bennett visited friends in Lewiston Sunday afternoon. Visit in Plymouth Sunday Mrs. Joe John Modlin and chil dren and Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Williams, of Jamesville, visited friends in Plymouth Sunday Attend Funeral Here Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ward, Jr., Mrs. J. W. Ward, Sr., and Mrs. Kader Godard, of Rocky Mount; Miss Mir iam Stancill and W. G Stancill, Jr., of Washington; Mr. and Mrs. N. E Stephenson, of Boykin, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stephenson and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Preddy, of Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhill, of Cole rain; Mrs. Elmer Modlin, of James ville; Mrs. Addie Edwards, Miss Louise Edwards and Bill Edwards, of High Point, and Jack Edwards, of Burlington, were among those at tending the funeral of Mrs. Virginia Perry here last Saturday afternoon. X * In Dardeits Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Jones, of Ev erett*, visited Mrs. Jones' parents in Dardens Sunday IN MEMORY Alfred, by darling boy, We all have missed you so; Since God called you from us, Just one year ago. The nights have been so long; The days seem so dreary, And many a time my pillow Is wet with bitter tears. Sometimes I'm made to wonder, And wish that I might know, In the very bloom of life, Why it was, you had to go. God must have had a purpose, In His wonderful plan; And some sweet day, my boy, We all will understand. When his little children Stand around my knees; I look at them with pity, And his face, in them, I see. Then I remember the promise, In God's own Holy Word; That's He's a father to the fatherless. And He feeds the little birds. Oh. what wonderful promises, What blessings they impart; How they seem to soothe and heal Our sad and broken hearts. I'll put my trust in God, Who doeth all things well; And look forward to the day. When there'll be no sad farewell. There'll be no tears in Heaven, God will wipe them from our eyes; All will be joy and gladness, In our home beyond the skies. By his mother, Mrs. A. D. Griffin, and Sister, Mrs. Heber Peele. Farm Life Juniors Entertain Seniors! One of the highlights in the social | life of the Senior class was the pa triotic party at which the Juniors honored the Seniors on last Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock in the Farm Life School library. The room was tastefully decorated in red, white and blue, and the pa triotic motif was further emphasized in the place cards, score pads, tallies and the party hats. Red and white roses were used. Ten tables were arranged for heart dice. Punch was served throughout the evening by the four waitresses, Tlielma Hardison, Cairo Lilley. Mar garet Manning and Margaret Rober son, who were dressed in Martha Washington costumes. At the end of six progressions, scores were tabulated and high score prize fucgirls was presented to Thel ina Griffin. Alton Peele won boys' high. Mr. P. E Getstnger won the the consolation prize. Suspended in the center of the room was Uncle Sam's hat which 1...M fAtlnrm fnr eacti pcrsnn pres ent. The individual fortunes were written on tiny hatchets that were held in place by red, white and blue ribbons fastened with a star Can dies in the three colors were lighted and ice cream, molded with flags and shields and white* cakes topped by flags, were served to the following: Mary Manning, Martha Roberson, Delia Lee Lilley, Hazel Corey, Eliz abeth Manning, Farease Manning, Alton Peele, B. F Lilley, Jr., Verlin Griffin, E H. Manning, Jr., Carlyle Manning, Mr. and Mrs. George Grif fin, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Getsinger, Mr and Mrs. Asa Hardison Mr. and Mrs. B. T Lilley, Mr. and Mrs. Dan iel Manning, Marguerite Cooke. Ev elyn Jones, Anna Louise Taylor, Elizabeth Daniels, Mrs. Frank Wil kins, Mr. D. T Ward, Jr., Mr and Mrs Russell Martin, Hazel Hardi son, Georgia Dean Roberson, Joseph ine Hardison, Evelyn Hardison. Al lie Hardison, Thelma Griffin, Nan nie Margaret Roberson, Elsie Ben nett Lilley, Dalmar Manning, and Elbert Ward. Not unless the nation's military sit uation necessitates the calling of the men, will any one enrolling now be required to report for duty before the school year is ended. Further information about the class can be obtained from Navy Re cruiting Stations in Raleigh and New Bern. NOTICE North Carolina, Martin County. 1 The Superior Court. County of Martin against Hamu Coburn and others. The defendant, Moses Coburi above named, will take notice thi an action entitled as above has bee ?commenced in the Superior Coui NEURALGIA ICapudlne acta fast because It liquid, relieving pains of neuralgia quickly, pleasantly. Soothes ups ? only as directed. All drui 30c. 60c bottles. [gists. 10c. 30c, 60c bottles. i It's ralgla upset drug 39 of Martin County, North Carolina, to foreclose the taxes on land in Mar tin County in which said defendant has an interest; and the said defend ant will further take notice that he is required to appear before L. B. Wynne, Clerk of the Superior Court of Martin County at his office in Wll liamston, North Carolina, within thirty (30) days after the completion of this service of publication by no tice and to answer or demur to the complaint of the plaintiff in this ac tion, or the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint. This the 19th day of Feb., 1942. L. B. WYNNE, Clerk Superior Court of f24-.4t Martin County. ( \ \ jceo*""*"? 1 ) ??* OV* / ^ cusrofft! [ Repairs and acces sories now con be bought on the GMAC PLAN Don't put off needed repairs longer. Don't do without those ac cessories you always have wanted ? . . ROANOKE CHEVROLET Co. DISTILLED IN HARRISOI COUNTY. THE HEART Ol THE KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS DISTRICT. WITH LIMESTONE WATER. BY THE IDENTICAL PROCESS AND FOR M U I A IN USE SINCE 1861 82.60 ql. $1.35 pt. i We Wish to Announce To our friends ami customer* of Wil liamson ami Murtiii County tliat we liu\e bought llir service station former ly oMiied by PAUL JONES ('.all On V$ At The Same Station Under New Management . . . We Will Continue To Serve LUNCHES - HOT DOGS - BEER HAMBURGERS-SOFT DRINKS SANDWICHES - BARBECUE CIGARS - CIGARETTES - And SINCLAIR GAS And OIL We Are At Your Service And Are Eager To Serve You At All Timet. ?; :?: ? ??? : ' ' . ?? ?? ?-? Don't forget the loeation ? The Former Paul Jones Station H. B. Griffin and J. R. Peel Griffin NEW OWNERS

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