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Spends Week-end Here
J?vt. Dick. Miller, of Langley
Field, Va., spent the week-end here
Returns from Candor
Mrs. Ben Courtney has returned
to her home here after spending a
week in Candor, visiting relatives.
Was Here Last Week-end
Mr. Hershel Miller, of Fort Bragg,
spent the week-end here with
Shops Here Saturday
Mrs. Reginald Sears, of Hamilton
was a shopper in town Saturday.
* eaves for Baltimore
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Baltimore where he will spend a
Returns to Washington City
Miss Lillian Breen returned to
Washington City yesterday after
spending the week-end here with
friends and relatives.
In Newport News Monday
Mr. John Henry Edwards was a
business visitor in Newport News
Visits in Robersonville
Mrs. Mamie G. Taylor spent the
week-end in Robersonville with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M Green.
Leaves for Fort Dix, N. J.
Mrs. Irma Schimpf left Saturday
to spend a few days with her hus
band who is stationed at Fort Dix,
Spends Week-end Here
Mr. J. V. Brice, of the Naval Hos
pital in Portsmouth, spent the week
end here with his wife
In Ahoskie Sunday
Misses Mary Ruth Ward and Fayc
Gurganus visited friends in Ahoskie
Was Here Last Week-end
Mr. Burgin Bulter. of Chapel Hill,
spent the week-end here visiting
Auxiliary Will Meet
The American Legidn Auxiliary
will meet Saturday afternoon at the
Legion Hut. All members are urged
to be present.
1 Ring Will Be Enough
The postman won't have to ring
twice if the plans of this bevy of
beauties work out. When Acting
Postmaster Samuel R. Valliere of
Miami Beach announced a shortage
of male mail carriers due to the war,
these pretty girls came to the res
cue, offering to see that the famed
post office motto is upheld. After a
short course in mail delivery, they
are shown leaving on a round.
Spends Week-end Here
"Cotton" Davis, of Tarboro, spent
the week-end here visiting friends.
Spends Week-end Here
Miss Janie Manning, of Fort
Bragg, visited here last
In Robersonville Sunday
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Bowen spent
Sunday in Robersonville.
Spends Week-end Here
Rev. B. Duke Critcher, of Enfield,
visited here last week-end.
In Koeky Mount Friday
Misses Addle Lee Meador, Lucy
Williams and Mrs C D. Pittman and
son. James, went to Rocky Mount
Friday to meet Miss Lillian Breen,
of Washington City, who spent the
Honoring Mrs. Exum L. Ward, Jr.,
a recent bride, the former Miss Ra
chel Johnson, of Williamston, Mrs.
George A. Harris and Miss Hortense
Lane entertained at a miscellaneous
shower at the home of Mrs Harris on
The guests were greeted at the
door by the hostesses. They were
then asked to register where Mrs.
Hal Dickens presided over the
Roses and iris predominated in the
rooms where the guests were enter
Three tables were arranged for
ploy. High score was won by Mrs
Whit Saunders and Mrs. Woolard
Peele was runner-up.
to Mrs. Frank Story Cutchins and
Miss Shamma Ramey.
The honoree received silver and
a shower of gifts.
Ice cream and cake were served to
the following guests: The honoree,
Mrs Ward, Mrs. Henry A. John
son, Jr , mother of the bride; Mes
dames Ed Woolard, Charlie Sessoms,
Whit Saunders, Hal Dickens, Walter
Mizelle, Frank Story Cutchins, Ex
um L. Ward, Sr., James Hubert
Ward, Charlie Roebuck, Shep Roe
buck, Carroll Jones, Jack Edmond
sori, Shelbon Hall, Woodrow Tice,
Bill Thrower,- Woodrow Jones, G,
P. Hall. D. C. McLawhorn, Dick Dan
iels, A. L. Roebuck and Misses Ruth
Roebuck, Edna Earl Harrison, Louise
Green, Mary Ruth Ward, Shamma
Ramey and Mcsdames Woolard
Peele, Jessie Keel and Jim Daniels,
The announcement of Miss Jane
Parker's marriage to Lieutenant
Robert Isaac Bosman will be read
with much intercut in this section.
Miss Parker was formerly located
here with the offices of the Virginia
Electric and Power Company, and
more recently was a member of the
Ruxton School faculty in Maryland.
Mrs. Surry Parker announces the
marriage of her daughter, Miss Jane
Odom Parker, to Lieut. Robert Isaac
Bosman, United States Army, for
merly of Norfolk, son of Mrs. Kath
erine Miller Bosman, of Lancaster,
Pa., and Henry Isaac Bosman, of
Norfolk. The ceremony took place
quietly Sunday afternoon in the
Post Chapel at Fort Benning, Ga.,
with Chaplain T. G. Proctor, Jr., of
The bride is the daughter of the
late Surry Parker and the late Mrs.
Mary Shepard Odom Parker. She is
a graduate of the College of William
and Mary, Williamsburg.
Lieutenant Bosman is the grand
son of Mrs. Robert Isaac Bosman, of
Norfolk. He is a graduate of the
College of William and Mary, Wil
liamsburg, received his M. A. degree
at the University of Virginia, and
later did graduate work at John
Surprise Birthday Dinner
Mrs. Annie Roberson was enter
tained by her children with a sur
prise barbecue dinner Sunday at the
Inune of Mr. and Mrs. Loo Roberson
near here. The occasion was Mrs.
Roberson's 60th birthday.
The guests were invited into the
living room where Mrs. Roberson
opened and displayed many pretty
and useful gifts.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
im Roberson and children; Mrs. Lily
I,. Williams, of Roper; Mr. and Mrs
Joe Thompson of Robersonville; Mr.
Leman Roberson of Bethel; Mr. N.
S. Cherry, Mrs. Clyde Roberson and
children, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rober
son and children; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Williams and children, Miss Sallie
Huberion, of Williamston; Mrs. Otis
Ilardison and children of James
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bland
Spend Week-end Here
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Froneberger,
of Hickory, spent the week-end here
with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. King.
Attend May Day Exercises
Mrs. J. H. Holliday, Mrs Edward
Lee Martin. Misses Muriel Holliday
I and Grace Brewer, of Jamesville,
I and Mrs. Tilmon Coltrain attended
the May Day exercises at A. C. Col
lege, Wilson, last Saturday.
Marriage License Issued
A marriage license was issued in
this county yesterday to Ronald
Clark, of Williamston RFD 3, and
Miss Mary Lilly Teel, of Stokes.
In Jacksonville Sunday
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Eubanks and
little daughter, Eleanor Sue, visited
relatives in Jacksonville Sunday.
Were Here Sunday
Messrs. Hoyle and Grady Daven
port, of Dardens, visited here Sun
Visit in County
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peel, Mr. J.
T. Heath and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Tyre, all of Norfolk, visited in the
county last week-end.
Returns from Norfolk
Mrs. J. S. Gets Infer has returned
from a visit with relatives in Nor
Spend Week-end Here
Mrs. W. H. G. Chase and son, of
Norfolk, spent the week-end here
In Jamesville Last Week-end
Mr Andrew Holliday, a student
at State College, Raleigh, spent the
week-end in Jameeville visiting his
Boy Meets Aussie Girl
A member of the Women's Australian Auxiliary Air Force admiringly
eyes a Yank flier as he prepares to go to work on a man-size steak in a
Sydney, Australia, restaurant. Aussie girls and American soldiers
found no difficulty in getting acquainted. Many Australian girls have
married boys of the A.E.F. (Central Preae)
His many friends in North Caro
lina will be interested to learn of
the marriage on April 4th, in Coro
zal, Panama Canal Zone, of Lieuten
ant Wheeler Martin, of Williamston,
N. C., and Miss Joanna Cory, of Laf
ayette, Indiana. The bride was at
tended by Miss Eugenia Glass. Lieu
tenant Martin's best man was his fel
low officer, Lieutenant L. E? Smith
Lieutenant Martin is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Martin, of
Williamston, and a grandson of the
late William Louis Poteat, of Wake
Forest, and the Honorable Wheeler
Martin, of Martin County, North
Carolina. He was graduated from
Wake Forest College in 1938 and im
mediately began his training at Ran
dolph Field in Texas, graduating
from Kelly Fetid, Texas, in Novem
ber, 1939. Upon receiving his com
mission he was ordered to the C rnal
Zone where he has served for two
years and six months in the United
Staters Army Air Corps.
Mrs. Martin is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E. Cory, of Laf
ayette, Indiana and Daytona Beach,
Fla. She was educated at William and
Mary College in Virginia, and is a
graduate of Indiana University,
where she was a member of the Kap
pa Kappa Gamma Sorority.
Visit Here Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Roberson,
of Robersonville, visited here yes
Was Here Yesterday
Mr. Hubert Morton, of Kuiston,
visited here yesterday.
In Wilson Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Darden and
daughter, Ann, spent Sunday in
Visits in Roanoke, Va.
Miss Margaret Peel, of Hamilton
and Plymouth, visited her uncle, Mr.
P. P. Peel, who is at present in the
hospital at Roanoke, Va. Friends of
Mr. Peel will "be~glad~lo learn that
he is getting along nicely.
Visit Parents Near Here
Mr. Clifton Malone, of Wilming
ton, and Taylor Malone, of Wilson,
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. Ellis Malone, near here.
NOTICE OF SALE
North Carolina. Martin County.
Under and by virtue of the power
ol sale contained in a certain deed
of trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by Virginia Perry.on the 14th
day of February, 1930, and of rec
ord in the public registry of Martin
County in Book C-3 at page 180, said
deed of trust having been given for
the purpose of securing certain note
of even date and tenor therewith, de
fault having been made in the pay
ment of said note, and the stipula
tions contained in said deed of trust
not having been complied with, and
at the request of the holder of the
said note, the undersigned trustee
will, on Saturday, May 16th, 1942, at
twelve o'clock noon, in front of the
courthouse door in the town of Wil
liamston offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash the following de
scribed real estate, to wit:
A house and lot in the town of Wli
liamston, N. C., on the corner of
Beach and Biggs Street, adjoining
the property of Harry Meadow, Mrs.
Emma Daniel and others, and being
the same property conveyed to the
said Virginia Perry by will of her
husband, W. M. Perry, and being the
same premises occupied by Virginia
This the 14th day of April, 1942.
Peel & Manning. Attys. al4-4t
Forty Years Ago
MAY 2, 1902.
Town election Monday. Everybody
come and vote.
Rain is badly needed for tobacco
plants and other vegetation.
Work on the various buildings in
town is progressing rapidly.
On May 1st the merchants in town
began closing their stores at 7:45
Mrs. Milton Cooper presented her
husband with a fine daughter last
How about that road to Bertie?
Has the committee gone to sleep, if
so. wake up and report.
Rev. T. H. Sutton will preach at
Vernon Church near Everetts, Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Several of our town people have
visited Coltrain Mill recently and
returned with nice strings of perch.
Dr. John D. Biggs wishes -to?in?
form the public that he will not be
in town from Monday to Thursday
Our lawyer friend, Geo. W. New
ell, is stopping with Dr. John D.
Biggs while the bank building is be
Some of the Martin County far
mers are well up with their work.
We hear some finished setting out
tobacco last week.
"Ball" season for the North Caro
lina League opens Monday with the
playing as follows: Durham at Char
lotte; Raleigh at Wilmington.
The Enterprise comes out late this
week on account of moving our of
fice. We are situated on Main Street
in the building next to Carstarphen's
where we would like to have our
patrons call to see us.
Mr. J. C. Lamb was in the city this
Mr. J. A. Whitley, of Everetts, was
in town this week.
Mr. L M. Brown, of Jamesville,
was in town Wednesday.
Thomas Whitley, of Hobgood, was
in town Wednesday.
Mr. H. W. Stubbs spent several
days in Nashville this week.
Mr. F. A. Boyle, of Jamesville, was
in town Tuesday evening.
Miss Bertie McNaughton, of Ev
eretts, was in town last week.
Mr. B. B. Nicholson, of Washing
ton, was in town again this week.
Having this day qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of Mrs. B
C. James, deceased, late of Martin
County, North Carolina, this i? to
notify all persons holding claims
against said estate to exhibit them to
the undersigned for payment on or
before the 4th day of April, 1943,
or this notice will be pleaded in'bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 4th day of April, 1942.
H. P. JAMES,
Administrator of the estate
a7-6t of Mrs. B. C. James.
New Feather Haircut
Suitable far all ages
OIK PERMANEN'TSSTAND OUT FOR
THEIR BEAUTY AND STABILITY
Victory Beauty Shoppe
Over Euglea 5c and 10c Store Phone 3')3-J
THE NEWEST SHOP IN TOWN
Come to tee us for service!
HATTIE BAILEY, Manager
Farmers ? Do You Need
We have a few new tractors equipped for
cultivating; several cultivators for Mod
els A and H Farniall Tractors; several
6- and 7-foot Tractor Disc Harrows;
several complete two-horse steel peg har
rows; one 4-foot tractor-drawn tiller
plow on rubber.
This equipment is new and may be the
last we will have this Spring.
If you need any of the above equip
ment, ice suggest that you
BUY TODAY ?TOMORROW
MAY BE TOO LATE!
Chas. H. Jenkins & Co.
No. 17 Williamston Phone 314
On Her Day
Sun., May 10
Give her a dress for
Mother's Day. We have
a beautiful selection of
Washable Silks, Voiles
Hats ? Shoes
Gloves ? Bags
Nothing Is Too
Good for MotherI
LET US HELP YOU MAKE
YOUR SELECTION TODAY!
Ann's V ariety Store
All of Williams ton Stores
During Months Of
May, June, July and August
Beginning May 6th
STORES WILL CLOSE AT 1:00 P. M.
The employees are very grateful for the half
holiday, so wont you please cooperate
with the merchants and
Do Your Shopping Wed. Mornings
The Williamston Chamber
of Commerce and