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Visiting in Suffolk .
Mrs. J. Sam Getsinger and son. j
Conrad, are spending the week-end j
in Suffolk with Mr. and Mrs. Ben J
Reported Better Today
Quite ill with influenza earlier this |
week. Mr Joseph Harrison was re
ported much better today at his
home in Poplar Point
In Raleigh Yesterday
Fenner Wallace George Cunning
ham and Carroll Jones were among
those who attended the first round
of the Southern Conference basket
ball tourney in Raleigh last evening
Visiting in County
Hugh Gurganus, of the U. S. Army
is spending a few days in the coun- i
ty with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Bil- i
lie Gurganus. ]
Visiting Near Jamesvillr
Miss Ruth Modlin. teacher in the
High Point schools^ is spending the
week-end with relatives near James
in Washington Yesterday
Mrst Marion Cobb visited friends [
and relatives m Washington yester-1
in Norfolk Thursday
Miss Mary Gwen Osborne spent
Tliursday in Norfolk
Continues Quite III
Mrs. Bill Haislip continues quit<
ill at her home in the George Rey
FOR DIRECT RELIEF from miseries
of colds?coughing, phlegm, irrita
tion, clogged upper air passages
nib throat, cheM, and bv V w?th
Vicks VapoRub. Its poult ice-atid
vapor action brings relief uithout
ALSO. FOR MEAD
melt a spoonful
of VapoRub in
hot water Then
have tlie child t
breathe in tht
Twice a Winner
Mrs. Carol Marshall proudly holds
Lotus, Pekinese winner of ribbon
for Best of Breed in the 11th An?
nual Pet Dog Show in New York
City. lx)tus is a repeater, having
won the coveted ribbon last year.
Visiting Near Jamesville
Mr and Mrs Haul Tillman, of
Rocky Mount, . an spending the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs-M G.
Modlin, near Jamesville
Visiting Near Jamesville
Miss Bruce Modlin, teacher in the
Chocowmity school, is spending the
week-end tit her home, near James
I> Able To Be (Jut
Billy Cullipher, Jr.. who received |
.1 l>i"kfii leg iii an accident last De
cember, is out for the first time and
is gradually improving
Attend Basketball Tournev
Messrs. Fred Taylor, Sammy Tay
lor. and John Henry Edwards at
trndrd the Southern Conference bas
ketball tournament in Raleigh last
Visit in Rober.sonville
Mr and Mrs. John Henry Edwards
and son visited Mrs. Edwards' fath
er. Mr W. II Adkins, in Roberson
viile last week-end.
Shops Here Thursday
Mrs. Colon Martin, of Jamesville.
shopped here Thursday.
Visit Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith, Sr., of
Mayesville, and Mr and Mrs W. E.
Smith. Jr. of Jacksonville, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
To Spend Week-end Here
Mi.se. Vivian and Virginia Tay
Tor, of Greensboro, will spend r'the
week-end here with their mother,
Mr: Lama Taylor. Mrs. Taylor plans
to accompany, them hbme.
Leave for Norfolk
Messrs Fred Taylor and Dampy
Simmons left today for Norfolk
when they will join the ground crew
of tin Army Air Corp.
Will Spend Week-end Here
Mi Thelma Hop wood, of Nor
folk. will spend the week-end here
with Mn J. E. Griffin.
In Norfolk Monday
Mrs W M Myers visited in Nor
Returns to Elizabeth City
Mrs W C Morse. Jr., has return
ed to her home in Elizabeth City af
ter visiting her parents. Rev. and
Mrs B T. Hurley, during the past
Confined by Illness
Mr Henry Davis Harrison and
young daughter, Sandra, are confin
ed at their home here by illness.
Recovering from Operation
^Mr. Oscar Bie is recovering satis
factorily from an appendicitis oper
ation performed last week.
Attend Basketball Tourney
Messrs Ray Goodmon. K. D. Wor
rell, Gene Kimball. Wheeler Man
ning. Joe Glenn and C. B. Clark at
tended the Southern Conference bas
ketball games in Raleigh last night.
In Roxobel Yesterday
Mrs John Rodgerson visited Mr.
Rodgerson in Roxobel yesteday.
Visit in Rocky Mount
Mrs. Jack Manning and Mrs. John
A. Manning visited in Rocky Mount
In Norfolk Yesterday
Miss Martha Rose Ward spent yes
terday m Norfolk.
Visiting in Thomasvillc
Mrs Steve. Clary will spend the
week end in ThoriiasviTle visiting
The Senior Philathoa class of the
Christian Church will not meet to
Visiting in Roanoke Rapids
Miss Irene James is spending a few
days in Roanoke Rapids.
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DELIVER VOI K PRESCRIPTION
thi: hoaki) of coi ma commissionkks
Will Meet In lli?' Agricultural 1111iI?Ii11?>
Monday, Mar. 16
AT 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M.. AS
For the purpose of hearing coiii|)l?iiitw against
values fixed hy the list lakers for the year 1911
Death Agony of a Merchantman j
This spectacular photo shows an unidentified victim of the deadly
U-boat menace in the Atlantic. The still-smoking British merchant
ship rears skyward a few seconds before plunging beneath the choppy
waters. Her crew struggles in the water awaiting rescue craft.
Planning Series Of
A course in nutrition will be spon
sored by the Junior Woman's Club,
and will begin some time in the near I
future. This course will be offered to |
all who wish to take it.
A class of around 150 can be taken 1
care of, and classes will meet once I
week lasting two hours each. The
meetings will be held at the Wo- |
man's Club building and it is neces
sary to have at least twenty hours]
in order to get a certificate.
This is the only course in nutri
tion being offered at this time which
is approved by the government. Each
member will be expected not to miss
more than one class in order to get
a certificate, except for a very good
The classes will be conducted by j
Miss Irene James, of the VEP. Call |
either Mrs H. O. Peele, Mrs. K D.
Worrell or Mrs. Benjamin Courtney,]
to have your name put on the roll.
Notice your paper carefully for the
announcement of the day of the
wi?ek and the time of day these
classes will be held.
A course in Canteen work will fol
low the nutrition course. Class re
quirements will be approximately
the same in the number of hours
-necessary 4ur--u- ccrUfn'ate.-Jt- is re
quired for one to have the course in
nutrition before taking the canteen
course. More detailed information
will be given later.
School is running along normally
There are a few cases of mumps and |
measles, but no serious number.
The basketball season for our]
school is now at an end. Those in
terested in sports are now eagerly |
looking forward to the baseball sea
The physical education program is
functioning nicely. Dr. Pittman has
completed the examination of high
school students and the physical ex
amination cards are being filled by |
the teachers and helpers.
The women of the Red Cross here
are ready for work. The sewing ma
chines were received last week. The
ladies are now waiting for material
and also to hear from Mrs. V. A.
Ward to set the date for the next |
Last Wednesday, the P.T.A. met.
There was a good meeting. The |
fourth grade won the prize for hav
ing the largest number of parents
present. Discussions on Red Cross
work and library workers were
At their last meeting, the Drama
tic club voted to donate the money
left in their treasury to the Red |
The Junior Class has decided to,
instead of having a banquet, hold a '
prom and donate the money that is i
left to the Red Cross and Salvation |
Mrs. Howell Entertains
Mrs. Bill Howell delightfully en- I
tertained at her home on East Main |
Street Wednesday night.
Three tables were set for bridge.
A green and white color scheme was
carried out in decorations and re
freshments. During the playing cold
drinks and nuts were served.
When cards had been laid aside,
and final scores tallied, Mamie Clyde '
Taylor was found to have scored 1
high. Mrs. Woodrow Tfce was given j
a consolation prize.
Later in the evening the hostess
served a declicious salad course to
the following guests: Misses Ruth
Wgrd, Anne Getsinger, Mary Rodg
erson, Josephine Eldridge, Marie
Griffin..Mamie Clyde Taylor and.
Lorene Weaver, and Mesd&mes Os
wald Stalls, Woodrow Tice, *G V.
Flowers and Steve Clary.
Attend Basketball Tourney
Messrs. Charles Manning, Tom
Barnhill and Bud Crockett attended
the Southern Conference basketball
games in Raleigh last evening.
Confined To Her Home
Mrs. W. T. Cullipher has been con- I
fined to her home since last Monday |
with an attack of influenza.
Was Here Yesterday
Mr. W. Robert Everett was here I
yesterday afternoon from Palmyra |
attending to business.
In Rocky Mount Yesterday
Mr. C. G. Crockett attended a tri
state meeting of fertilizer manufac
turers called by the government in
Rocky Mount yeaterday.
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By Irene James, Home
I Service Director, Virginia Electric I
And Power Company
The limiting of sugar may prove?
to be a blessing in disguise It may
cause us to turn to the abundant and
delicious supply of fresh, canned and
dried fruits for many of our desserts.
Half grapefruit, served after a heavy
meal, is a refreshing and delightful
dessert Dried prunes, apricots and
peaches can be served without any
sugar, or with a very small amount
if they are cooked in the water 111
which they are soaked. Other fruits,
such as grapes, oranges, bananas,
plums and peaches can be served as
desaerts without the addition of any
sugar. Canned fruits, especially those
canned in a thin syrup are ready for
serving right from the can.
If however, we wish to continue to
make desserts, we must have recipes
which use little or no sugar. Honey,
sirup and marshmallows are some
of the substitutes used. Fruits also
play a large place in this type of
recipe since a l.imited amount of
sweetening is needed for fruit des
<4>riK I1?TI> are a few recipes Wllit'll
you might like to try.
Apple Sauce Cake
3-4 c honey
1-3 c shortening
~ 1 C thick apple sauce <unsweet-?
1 tsp soda
1-4 tsp cloves
1-2 tsp nullin g
1-2 tsp cinnamon
1 2 tsp salt
1 o seeded raisins
i 1 2 e nuts
Cream honey and shortening, add
egg, beat well, add apple sauce alter
nately with sifted dry ingredients to
which nuts and raisins have been
added. Pour in greased floured pan.
bake 1 hour at 350*.
Ilot Pineapple Ambrosia
3 slices canned pineapple, diced
1 c cocoanut
!) halves canned apricots, diced
1-4 c corn sirup
2 tbsp lemon juice
Arrange layer of pineapple and
apricot in baking dish, sprinkle with
cocoanut, repeat until fruit is used.
Pour over it sirup and lemon juice.
Bake 350*?20 to 30 minutes.
1-3 c grape juice or orange juice
1-2 c whipping cream
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 c mashed ripe bananas (2 or 3)
Add to marshmallows 2 tbsp juice.
Heat slowly, turning over until the
marshmallows are half melted. Re
move from heat, continue folding un
til mixture is smooth and fluffy. Fold
in remaining juice, then bananas and
lemon juice Chill in freezing tray
until it begins to freeze. Beat well,
fold in whipped cream.
1-2 c evaporated milk, whipped
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 c apricot pulp
4 tbsp sugar
1 1-2 tsp vanillla (optional)
1 c chocolate snap crumbs
Whip milk, add lemon, beat un
til very stiff. Beat apricots into
pulp, add sugar and vanilla?add to
milk Blend well. Place alternate
layers of chocolate crumbs and apri
cots in parfait glass. Freeze if desir
Honey Baked Apples
Bake apples with a small amount
of water and butter until tender. Re
move from oven, warm honey slight
ly. and add 1 to 2 tablespoons to each
apple. The hot apple will absorb
honey and give a delightful flavor.
Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Skinner at
tended the funeral of Mr. Iverson's
grandmother, Mrs. Lavinia Blount
Davis, in Greenville htis morning.
Mrs. Davis, 87 years old, died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. W. I.
Skinner, Sr., early yesterday morn
ing following a long period of de
Spending Few Days Here
Joe Sumara, of the U. S. Navy, is
spending a few days here with his
mother, Mrs. Joe Mitchell.
Return from Ohio
Mr. M. J. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Carstarphen. Mrs. J. R Everett,
Mrs. Melvin Sullivan and Miss Ruth
Norton returned here last evening
after attending the last rites for Mrs.
Norton in Norwalk. Ohio, last Sun
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Your Penny Is King at Pender's
GIANT V SALE!
Salt, 3 pkgs. for...... 10c?? lc
Par-T-Jel, 4 pkgs. lor . 22c ST.E"" lc
Starch, 5 8-oz. pkgs? 25c?r L lc
Soap, 3 cakes for.... 21c Extra lc
Soap Powder, 4 pkgs.. 19c ^ Kx lc
Hatches, 5 pkgs. lor .. Sc?~k
Soap, 6 pkgs. for 20c Extra lc
COLONIAL M'AI.IIH II. NOODLES OR
Macaroni, 4 pkgs... 16c i
Tomato Soup, 6 cans.. 50c ^Extra lc
Pepper, 3 2-oz. cans. . . 18c ^eExtr* lc
MOTHER S RELISH OR
Salad Dressing, qt. bottle . . . 33c
Select Bacon, 21-lb. pkgs...... 33c
FLOUR, 12-lb. bag 52c 24-lb. bag 99c
BUTTER, roll, lb. 40c cube, lb. 41c
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Large Grapefruit, 4 fur 19e
Fancy Delicious Applets 1 lbs. . 29c
Green Cabbage, lbs 10c
New Bed Bliss Potatoes. 1 lbs. . . 25c
Canadian Rutabagas. 5 lbs 10c
Fancy New Crop Spinaeh. 2 lbs. . 15c