Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, May 22, 1942, Page 4, Image 4

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

Attend Funeral Mrs. W. E. Saunders, Mrs. F E. Bufflap, Mr and Mrs. James Bailey Peel. Mrs. Albert Coltrain, Mrs W E. Old, Mrs Theodore Roberson, Mrs. James E. Harrison, Jr., Mrs. Ira Har rison and Mrs. Frank Carstarphen were among those from here who attended the funeral of Mr J. L. Dickens' in Whitakers last Tuesday afternoon. Was Business Visit Here Mr. Tommie Lawrence Roberson, Williamston RFD, was a business visitor here yesterday. Was Here Yesterday Mr. John Roebuck, of Parmele, was a visitor here yesterday. To The Voters Of Martin County: I beg to advise that I filed as a can didate for the office of judge of the Recorders Court, for Martin County, at the request of many of my friends and county officers and for the fur ther reason that I am willing to per form my share of the public duties, and if the people of this county wish to trust me to do the work I shallj be glad to serve them, notwithstand ing the fact that the office will not greatly help nn financially 1 can't afford, under the circumstances, to use my automobile traveling over the county in an active campaign and I wish the people to understand that I will greatly appreciate their confidence if they wish to trust me I do not appreciate those who try to buy the support of their constituen cy. The people of Martin County are intelligent and 1 trust their good judgment in making choice. Sincerely. J. C. SMITH Cotton Gabardine Tor play or work, city or coun try this Jioo^r miss is ready in cotton gabi.rdine. Cap. jerkin and skirt ar made of durable cashable cotton gaba dine in the patriotic colors of red and navy blue, fhi akirt has well-spacer uleata affording greater freedom of action Visits Here Wednesday Mi A. M. McGlamory, of Wins ton-Salem, and special representa tive of the Security Life and Tiust Company, was a business visitor in town Wednesday. In Wilmington Wednesday Mesdames Eddie Trahey, B. S. Courtney and George Whitehurst spent Wednesday night in Wilming ton with relatives and friends. Returns from Durham Mrs Joe David Thrower return 1?\ I'sti'id.i.v?from?Duke?Hospital whom she had been for several days for treatment and examination. Attending Democratic Convention Messrs. Chas. H. Jenkins and Hugh G. Morton are attending the State Democratic Convention in Kaleigh today. A Visits Here Wednesday Miss Gloria Avant, returning from St. Mary's College in Raleigh, to her home in Elizabeth City, visited her mother, Mrs. Eva Avant, here Wed nesday. PEflDER 1 Quality Jood Stole Pleasant Personal Service I.alijorum Sliced or H(liven PEACHES, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans 35c Aunt Betsy Green BLACKEYE PEAS. 2 No. 2 cans 25e Alaska Pink Salmon. No. I can 23c Eberwine Turnip Creens. No. 2 1-2 can . . 15c Salad Treat MAYONNAISE. Pint jar 27c Colonial Waxed Paper. 125-ft. roll, each 15c Golden Blend Double-Fresh Coffee, lb 2le High Mark FLOUR. 2 bib. bag 89c CHEESE, pound 29e Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ORANGES, 10 pounds 53c TEXAS ONIONS. 4 lbs 25c CARROTS, 2 bunches 15c CUCUMBERS, Each 5c BEETS, 2 bunches 13c NEW POTATOES, 4 lbs 19c TURNIPS, Bunch 5c GREEN CABBAGE, 3 lbs 10c WOODCOCK-MOBLEY Mr. and Mrs. D B Mobley. of Rob ersonville, announce the marriage ol their daughter, Sallie, to Henry Let Woodcock, of Atkinson, N. C., and Norfolk, on Saturday, May 9, 1942. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. W. L. Woodcock, of Atkin son. The couple will make their home in Norfolk. Leaves for Rhode Island Thad Harrison leaves this week end for a short visit with his. sister Mrs James L. Harris, and Mr. Har ris, in Pawtucket, R I Returns from Mars Hill W J. Miller, Jr., returned thii week from Mars Hill College tt spend the summer with his parents Attend Ueten.se Meeting Messrs. H. G Horton, J. L Has II. W. 1. Skinner and G. P. Hall at tended a district defense meeting in Edenton Wednesday In Rocky Mount Yesterday Miss Lora Sleeper and Messrs. T H Brandon und John Eagles attend ed a farm meeting in Rocky Mount yesterday. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. Jim Gray, of Robersonville was a business visitor here yesterday morning. Spends Week Here Mr. Leslie C. Taylor, who iiui been in the Naval Hospital in Ports mouth, New Hampshire, for the lasl four months, spent last week with his parents, Mr and Mrs S. E. Tay lor, near here In Robersonville Tuesday Mrs T C. Cooke visited Mr and Mrs J. D Page in Robersonville on Tuesday. ?7-* Visit Here Tuesday Mrs Vernon Ward and Mrs Chas Wilson, of Robersonville, visited here Tuesday. To Return from Mars Hill J E Boykin, Jr., will return to his home here' Sunday. Boykin will be graduated Friday from Mars Hill College. ? Vi.il n...-., Wednesday Mrs. Gaskins and Miss Jennie Le vy, of Tarboro, visited here Wednes day. In Tarboro Wednesday Mrs. Jack Manning visited in Tar boro Wednesday. Will Return from Mars Hill Charles Birmingham, Frank Wea ver, Jr., Martin and Arthur Ander son and Benny Godwin will return this week end from Mars Hill Col lege. Spending Week Here Mrs. Thomas Earl Martin, ol Jainesville. is spending the week here with her parents. In Rocky Mount Thursday Mrs. T. B. Brandon and Mrs. Join Eagles visited in Rocky Mount or Thursday. Return from St. Mary's Anne Fowden, Nancy Biggs Maty Charles Godwin have ret! ed from St. Mary's in Raleigl spend the summer. Visit in Rocky Mount Mesdames Daisey Pope, John A Manning. Roger Critcher, Sr., Rog er Critcher, Jr.. went to Rocky Moun Wednesday to meet Ben Manning who has been spending a few day in New York. To Spend Week-end Here Reginald Manning, Duke Univer sity student, will spend the week-enc here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs John A. Manning. In Washington Wednesday - Mrs. Charlie Herriott and Misi Irene Tetterton visited in Washing ton Wednesday afternoon Visits Here Tuesday Mrs. Anna Rives of Bethel s] Tuesday here visiting Mrs M. D son. ?Better I In Blends ONLY MM FULL PINT *2.15 FULL QUART UMUHAN lWOITUll.FUau.ai. *1.10 i G&W 1VE- j STAR Cotton Mesh Hone ?OEM Photo Linda Darnell, shown here in her dressing room, slips on a pair i cotton mesh hose as a part of her rehearsal costume. Cotton hose to day have more "giv and twist than the old type of cotton yarn. Local Mans Father Dies In Whitakers J L. Dickens, well-known Halifax County native, died at Whitakers suddenly last Monday afternoon. In feeble health for some time, he suf fered a heart attack and died a few minutes later. He was 67 years old and had been in virtual retirement lor several years. funeral services were conducted at the home Tuesday afternoon by Rev. R. L. Stephenson and interment was in the Whitakers Cemetery. He is survived by three sons, Hal Dickens, of Williamston; J. E. Dick ens, of Washington City, and J. L. Dickens, Jr., of Fort Bragg, and three daughters, Mrs. Billy Marks, of Rocky Mount, and Mrs. Mack Mob ley and Miss Alma Dickens, of Whit akers. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. W. H. Judge, of Whitakers, and two brothers, F. E. Dickens, of Norfolk, and Joseph Dickens, of Weldon. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. Ferd HoITiday, of James vflle, was here this morning attending to business. ' Visit Here Friday Miss Effie Waldo, Mrs. Helen Full man and Mrs. Dave Matthews visit ed here last Friday. Visit Here Last Night Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peel, of Wil liamston R.F.D., were among those from out-of-town to witness the parade of the local high school band here last night. Was Business Visitor Here Mr Wilbur Barrett, of Oak-City, was a business visitor in town yes terday. Visits Here Last Night Miss Elizabeth House. Regional Li brarian, visited friends here last night. Miss House is located in Wash ington. Were Here Yesterday Messrs. J. D. and Gomer Harrison, of Bear Grass, were visitors in town yesterday ft in Kobersonville Wednesday Traveling via bus. Mrs. C. B. Roe buck, and son. Ensign Russell Roe buck. visited friends and relatives in Kobersonville Wednesday. & Was Here This Morning Mr. Lewis Kobersdn, of Farm Life was here this morning attending tc business. ?ft Returns from Hospital Mrs. H. O. Peel returned this week after recovering from an operation in a Washington hospital. V isiting in Hamilton Miss Alice Alligood, of Raleigh and Mr. Kolmer Alligood, of Wash ington City* are visiting their fathei and friends Hp Hamilton. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. Miles Lilley ,of Griffins Town ship. was here today attending t( business. * In Raleigh Today Messrs. Wheeler Martin and E. S Peel are attending to business ir Raleigh today. ? Expected Home Today Mr. V. J. Spivey is undergoing treatment in a Washington hospital He is expected home today. ? Visits Here This Morning Mr. Sam Worthingotn, of Wilson, was a business visitor here this morning. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. J. B. Whitfield was here yes terday from Oak City attending to business. Returns from Chapel Hill Whit Purvis has returned to his home here after spending a few days in Chapel Hill and Durham. Shops Here Thursday Mrs. Silas House, of Robersonville, was a shopper in town Thursday. Visits Here Thursday Mrs. Benny Griffin, of Roberson ville. spent Thursday here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. CoX. ? To Visit in Greensboro Mrs. W. E. Old will spend the week-end in Greensboro with Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Smith. HINTS FOR HOMEMAKERS By Irene James, Home Service Director, Virginia Electric And Power Company CONSERVE SUGAR! Here are some suggestions by which you can conserve on sugar: Learn to use less sugar: Cut down on the amount of sugar you use on cereals, fruits and in beverages. Don't do it all at once but gradually lessen the amount and you will find that the foods taste better than they did before. Marshmallows are very good to use in ice creams, beverages and sweet sauces. Honey will be available in quan tities and is a very satisfactroy sub stitute for baking. Purchase honey in large size containers, for economy, if storage space permits. Molasses, maple and corn syrup are good sugar substitutes and also good flavor substitutes. ? Sweetened condensed milk can be used for both sugar and milk in many dishes, with water added for the liquid. Use to sweeten and "cream" tea or coffee. Oatmeal Drop Cookies 1 2-3 cups flour 2 cups rolled oats 1-2 cup brown sugar 3-4 tsp cinnamon 3-4 tsp salt 1-2 tsp cloves 1-4 tsp nutmeg 2 1-2 tsp baking powder 1 2 cup corn syrup 3-4 cup milk 1-2 cup melted fat 3-4 cup raisins, cut in half Sift together the flour, sajt, spices and baking powder; add raisins and oatmeal. To the corn syrup add melt ed fat, milk and brown sugar. Add liquid mixture gradually to the dry ingredients. Stir well. Drop by small teaspoonfuls on greased baking sheet. Bake 8 to 10 minutes at 375* F. Makes about 5 dozen. Orange Bread 1 tbsp butter 1 cup honey 1 egg 1-8 tsp salt 1 cup milk 3 cups sifted enriched flour 3 1-2 tsp baking powder Cream shortening and sugar, add beaten egg. Sift the flour, salt and baking powder and mix with can died orange peel; add alternately with the milk. Pour in a well greas i d loaf pan and bake in modernate oven 350* F. for 1 hour. To Prepare Orange freel ? Cook in water to cover until tender. Drain, cool and cut into strips. Lemon Mai lobet 32 marshmallows 1-2 cup water 1-2 cup lemon juice PRIMROSE THE BEST BUY IN RYE! 1 -8 tsp grated lemon rind Few grain* aalt 2 egg whites 1 tbsp sugar Heat the marshmallows and 2 tbsp of the water in saucepan. Heat slow ly, folding over and over until the marshmallows are about half melt ed. Remove from heat and continue folding process until mixture is smooth and fluffy. Cool. When cold, add remaining water, the lemon juice, grated lemon rind and salt. Place in freezing tray of automatic refrigerator and freeze to a mush. Beat egg whites until stiff and fold into partially frozen fruit mixture. Complete freezing, stirring once or twice. If desired in half a cantaloupe, garnish with mint leaf. Serves six. Corn Cake 1 cup corn meal 3-4 cup flour 3 1-2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp salt 1 cup molasses 3-4 cup milk 1 egg 1 tbsp melted butter Mix and sift dry ingredients. Add molasses to milk and then add egg, well beaten, and butter to above mixture. Bake in shallow buttered pan in hot oven 425* F for 20 min utes. Eat natural sweet?Use well rip ened fresh fruits as they contain a lot of natural sugars. Serve grape juice, prune juice, orange and grape fruit juices. * In Calypso Yesterday Mr. Ernest Etheridge was a busi ness visitor in Calypso yesterday. Latest Additions To Thm Enterprise Mailing List ? Listed among the recent addition! to the Enterprise mailing list are the following: W H. Peel, Randolph Field, Tex as; Cadet Hugh Hardison, Moultrie, Ga.; Cpl. Euris Vanderford, San Di ego, Calif.; E. L. Fields, Palmyra; B. R. Manning, Williamston; Pvt. L. H. Mizelle, Fort Knox, Ky.; J. H. Fagan, Aurora; J. B. Barnhill, Everetts; Harold Griffin, Norfolk; John Ben Hardison, Williamston; B. F. Peel, Williamston; G. H. Manning, James ville; G. C. Bland, Norfolk; Albert Coltrain, Williamston; Mrs. Daisy Pope, Williamston; R. B. Fagan, Ker shaw. S. C. ? ENTERTAINS CLUB Miss Irene James entertained her bridge club Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. F. M. Manning. When the final scores had been tallied, Mrs. Bill Howell received path powder for scoping high; Miss Josephine Eldridge received low score for club and Miss Madge Glaz ner received low prize for guests. During play drinks and potato chips were served and later during the evening, strawberry shortcake was served to the following: Misses Mamie Clyde Taylor, Madge Glaz nre, Bolton Cowen, Mary Rodger son, Marjorie Lindsley, Josephine Eldridge. Dorothy Manning, Evelyn and Thelma Lilley, Anne Getsinger, Lucy Williams and Mesdames Dil lon Cobb and Bill Howell. WE CARRY THE COMPLETE STOCK Expected in a modern drug store, but we consider our prescrip tion department tbe most important part of our business and give it our first attention. WE ARE FIRST. LAST AND AL WAYS A DRUG STORE. Davis Pharmacy A) PRESCRIPTIONS I'M GLAD I BOUGHT HANES UNDERWEAR! ? "Whew . . . these Victory gardens sure give you exercise. But I can weed and hoe and stoop and twist without having these shorts bind or pinch." Gentlemen, for downright comfort and long wear, try Hanes knitted Crotch-Guard Shorts. They provide gentle ath letic support?help active men keep fit. Conveniently placed buttonleu front. True fit, for leu strain and better wear. Here's a tip for your wife. There'll be leu work on wash day and your shorts will wear longer if you change them fre quently. A light rinse cleans them ?without scrubbing. Hanks knitted Shorts require no ironing. Wear them with a Hanks knit ted Undershirt for extra comfort. * BUY WAB BONDS AND STAMPS A TW HANIS UM ossares yea quality germanfs mi moderate prices. If yea cee'f get ell Hw HANIS ef HANIS projection is going to oar Armed Forces. P. H. HANES KNITTING COMPANY WinatoaSmlmm, North Carol ins RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED ON ICE COMPANIES Government Order O. D.T. No. 6 Effective May 15th. NO ICE COMPANY will be permitted to make any special deliveries, EXCEPT to Hospitals and Armed forces, or where public health is impaired. This order prohibits ANY COMPANY from making ANY bark calls, and from making more than ONE DELIVERY per day to ANY PERSON OR CUSTOMER OR CONCERN. A CALL BACK means any call by a vehicle at the premises of ANY PERSON OR CUSTOMER subsequent to the first call on any given day, regardless for what the call is made. This is a GOVERNMENT ORDER and must be strictly obeyed by us. ??1? ' ; T~. ' ? <23 . ? / ? ~ T ? / We will make our usual morning deliveries and ask your full cooperation in our efforts to serve you. Lindsley Ice Co.

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina