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In Wilson Today
Mesdames Jimmie Taylor, Dean
Speight and Miss Ruth Manning are
spending today in Wilson and Dur
ham with friends.
Leave for Durham
Mr. and Mrs. Dred Darden left on
Sunday for Durham where they will
spend a week with relatives
Visiting in Norfolk
Mrs. J. W. Andrews is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. William Chase, in
Norfolk this week
Are Visiting Here
Miss Ruth Norton. Mis. Melvin
Sullivan, and children. Judy and
Jane Gray, are visiting Mr. M. J
Norton until Wednesday of this
Leaves for Raleigh
Mr. Sam Edwards leaves today for
Raleigh where he plans to enter the
Visit at Fort Bragg
Mr. and Mrs William Everett
Misses Dolores Long and Doris Ev
erett, the latter of Robersonville,
visited friends at Fort Bragg last
Aussie Nurses' Boss
Capt. Martha Jane Clement, U. S.
Army Nurses Corps, is in charge of
all Army nurses in the Southwest
Pacific War Zone, with headquarters
in Australia. Before coming to the
island continent she spent four
years at Langley Field, Va. where
she founded the hospital.
Returns from Lynchburg
Bitty Mercer, son of Dr. and Mrs.
W C Mercer, has returned from V.
K S . Lynchburg, where he has been
enrolled for the past semester
Spend Week end Here
Mrs Henry Manning had as her
house guests last week-end, Mrs
Jimmy Green, of Charlotte, and Miss
Mary Webb Askew, of Windsor, her
sisters. Miss Elizabeth Cooper, also
of Windsor, visited here
Shops Here Saturday
Mrs. Thelma Peel, of Everetts
; hopped here Saturday
Shops Here Saturday
Mrs. J. R. Carr, of Plymouth, shop
ped here Saturday.
to Enter Coast Guard
Mrs. Dick Bridgers accompanied
o r husband, Dick. toRakigh Mon
day, where he will enter the Coast
Guard. Mrs. Bridgers' brother, Ralph
ray lor', also made the trip.
spend Week-end Here
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniel, Jr .
ipent last week-end here with rela
ives. Lieutenant Daniel has been
ransferred from Texas to Fort
Iragg. It was erroneously reported
hat the young flier had made a trip
icross the Atlantic a short time ago.
Leaves (or Goldsboro
Miss Pattie Battle left Sunday (or
Goldsboro where she will take a de
fense training course.
To Attend Summer School
Professor and Mrs. Russell P
Martin left yesterday for Wake For
est to attend school there this sum- j
Return from Chapel Hill
Bob Levin and James Wallace re
turned home last week from Chapel I
Hill to spend the summer with their |
In Raleigh This Week
Rev. W B Harrington is in Ral
eigh this week attending a school for |
ministers at Meredith College
Leave (or Raleigh
Andrew Holliday, Jr, Hugh Mar
tin and Leonard Holliday, of James
ville, left yesterday for Raleigh I
where they will attend summer [
school at State College
Local Singers Selected
Among the people selected by Di-1
rector Lewis S. Bullock from the]
members of the North Carolina Sym
phonic Choir to join the Victory!
Choir were Misses Kathryn Mew
born and Jerry Humble und Kemp
Peel from here. Governor Brough
ton commissioned the group to take
a "Good Will" tour of nine states
some time ago. Mrs. E. T. Walker ac
companied the group that left here
arly Sunday morning
[Spend Week-end Here
Sgt Maclyn Newell and Pvts Bob
Dirnler and Bernie Tapp, of Green
ville, visited friends here last week
| Is Visiting Near Here
Mrs. Lyman Johnson, of Rocky
Mount, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Annie Edwards, near here.
Was Here Last Week-end
Howard Earp, stationed at Nor-1
I folk Naval Base, visited friends here |
' lit week-end.
| In Weldon This Week
Mrs. H. L. Meador is spending a I
few days -with relatives hi Weldon ]
Miss Edna House, of Roberson
villo, was a visitor here last week
Was Here Last Week-end
Mr Joseph Frank, of Philadel
I phia, spent last week-end here with
| his son. Jack.
Visits Parents Sunday
Mr. Rudolph Peel, a defense work
er in Newport News, visited his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Peel,
Leaves for Atlanta
Mr. Ray II. Goodmon, Jr., who
left lust week for Naval Air Corps
Training, is now stationed at the U.
~ Naval Air Base in Atlanta.
| Spend Week-end Here
Misses Mary Gwenn Osborne and
'aye Gurganus, employed in Green
.ille, visited their parents here last
Visit Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Taylor, for
merly of Williamston and now o
Raleigh, visited friends and relative
here Sunday afternoon.
Was Here Sunday (
Dick Miller, stationed at Fort i
Bragg, visited friends here Sunday. |
Spends Week-end Here
Pvt. Jack Lewis, of Greenvil!
visjjed friends here lust week-em
Arrives Here Yesterday
Miss Mary Lawrence arrived he
from Wilson yesterday to visit
Auxiliary To Meet
The regular monthly meeting c
the American Legion Auxiliary wi
be held Si^turday afternoon at 3:C
o'clock in the Legion Hut.
Visiting in Norfolk
Misses Delia Lee Lilley and Bett
Lou Edwards are visiting Mr. an
Mrs. "Ham" Lilley and Mr. an
Mrs. Frank Edwards, Jr., in Norfol
for several days.
Spends Week-end Here
Miss Mary Benson, teacher in tl
local schools last term, visitc
friends here last week-end.
Was Here Last Week-end
Herbert Whitley, stationed I
Camp Whitt, Texas, visited his pa
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Whitley, hei
| In Baltimore Last Week
Mrs W. C. Mercer spent last wet
with her mother, Mrs. T. E. Beas
ly, who has been ill in Baltimore.
Visits Here Saturday
Miss Elizabeth Haislip, of Ham
ton, visited here Saturday.
Was Here Last Week
Mr. Thomas Stewart, of Washin
ton, called on friends here last wee
Visits at Bayview
Miss Nell Harrison accompani
Washington friends to Bayview f
a week-end visit.
Leaves for Norfolk
Mr. Henry Manning left Sund
for Norfolk where he has accept
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Accompanied by a Scotland Yard sergeant, a maid and a valet, the
Duke and Duchess of Windsor are shown being greeted on their arrival
in Washington on their first official visit as Governor and First Lady
of the Bahamas. Left to right, are: Sir R. L Campbell, British Min
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More Sugar Is To Be Made
A vailable For Home Canning
Sugar rationing regulations have
been amended to make more sugar
available for home canning, reports
Mrs. Cornelia Morris, Extension food
conservationist of N. C. State Col
lege. Each family will be allowed one
pound of sugar for each four quarts
of finished fruit they have to can.
Mrs. Morris also said an addition
al pound of sugar for each person in
the family will be allowed to make
a small supply of jams, jellies and
fruit butters, "A family will be per-|
mitted to can all the finished fruit
it needs," she declared.
Families should apply to their ra
tioning boards for extra sugar with
which to can. The person making ap
plication for a Sugar Canning Cer
tificate will be required to answer
these questions: (1) How many
quarts of fruits did you can last
year? (2) How many quarts of fruit
do you plan to can this year? and
(3) How many quarts of last year's
fruit do you still have on your pan
The Extension" worker said that
every jar of home-canned fruit
leaves a can of commercially-packed
fruit for our armed forces and our
Allies. Every jar of fruit put up
leaves a little more freight space to
carry war materials.
"Our sugar supplies must be used
carefully," Mrs. Morris emphasized.
"Submarine warfare and the need
for ships to carry war materials
mean that imports of sugar will be
far below normal. Every boatload
of sugar that is shipped endangers
the lives of American seamen. Ask
only for as much as you really need."
Mrs. Morris said that it requires 2
1-2 pounds of sugar to can a bushel
of apples, from 2 to 2 1-2 pounds of
sugar for a bushel of peaches, 2 to
2 1-2 pounds for a bushel of pears,
1 1-2 to 2 pounds for a peck of plums.
1 1-4 to 1 1-2 pounds for a quart of
berries, and 1 1-4 to 1 1-2 pounds of
sugar for a quart of cherries
Visit Near Windsor
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Parker visit
od Mr. Parker's aunt, Mrs. Rose Par
ker, near Windsor Sunday after;
noon. They were accompanied to
Windsor by their son, BUrfte:
In Italeigh Monday
Mrs. N. C. Green spent Monday af
ternoon in Raleigh.
Visit in Durham
Mrs. L. B. Harrison and Mrs. Au
drey Carter visited Mrs. Harrison's
daughter, Miss Evelyn, in Durham
In Norfolk Yesterday
Mr John W. Manning was a busi
ness visitor in Norfolk yesterday.
leave for Camp Sapphire
Zack Piephoff, Jr, Jack Booker,
John Watts, and Bruce Powell Rog
erson and Misses Sylviu Green and
Betsy Manning, accompanied by
Rev. Z. T, Piephoff, left yesterday
for Camp Sapphire, Brevard, N. C.,
for a three weeks' visit.
In Norfolk Friday
Mr. Paul Jones spent Friday In
Norfolk as a business visitor.
Spend Week-end Here
Mrs. Ben Edwards and her daugh
ter, Connie, of Snow Hill, were the
week-end house guests of the form
er s sister, Mrs. Jack Edmondson,
and Mr. Edmondson.
Visits in Hamilton
Sgt. William Haislip, stationed at
Craig Field. Ala., visited in Hamil
ton and Williamston last week-end.
Spend Week Hfjrjp
Mrs. Malcolm Simpson had as her
house guests lust week her mother
and sister, the Mesdames L. H. Ross,
of Washington, and William Down
ing, of Baltimore, Md.
Confined To Her Home
Mrs. J. G. Godard has been con
fined to her home due to illness for
the past several days.
Attend Tayloe-Everett Wedding
Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Walker were
among those from here who attend
ed the Tayloe-Everett wedding in
Robersonville Friday afternoon.
Return to Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor and in
fant son, who visited Mr. Taylor's
mother, Mrs. Laura Taylor, last week
returned to Norfolk Sunday. They
were accompanied by Miss Maude
Taylor, who is employed there.
Shop Here Saturday
Mesdames Sudie Thompson and
Whitmel Gilliam, of Windsor, shop
ped here Saturday.
Is Visiting Here
Mrs. L. E. Chandler is visiting
friends here this week.
In Raleigh Monday
Mrs. Gus Harrison spent Mondaj
Visit at Virginia Beach
"I8*-8 Addie Lee Meador, Luc'
Williams, Mamie Clyde Taylor ani
Evelyn LiHey spent the week-en.
at Virginia Beach.
Visit in Jamesrtlle
!? w Mra S T Everton, M
M Everton childre
of Norfolk, spent the week-end wi
Mr and Mrs P. C. Blount in Jame
ON THE FARM FRONT
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BY STATE COLLEGE EDITOR I
Announcement of three publica
tions available free to farm people
of North Carolina is made by F. H
Jeter, Extension Service editor of
N. C. State College. Two of them are
new and the third a revised edition
of a popular Extension circular,
"Feeding and Care of Dairy Cows."
Prof. Roy S. Dearstyne, head of
the State College Poultry Depart
ment, and C. F. Parrish and T. T.
Brown, Extension poultrymen. have
prepared a bulletin on "War Time
Poultry Feeding," which contains
feed formulas and poultry ration
substitutes to help the farmer over
come shortages and highyprices of
certain types of feeds. It is available
free upon request by name ami num
ber (War Series Extension Bulletin
The Extension circular on "Feed
ing and Care of Dairy Cows," No.
193, has been revised by John A. Ar
ey and A. C. Kimrey, Extension dairy
specialists of the college. Feed form
uluiP and other recommendations in
the publication have been adjusted
to meet emergency war conditions.
The third publication is a new Ex
periment Station bulletin, No. 332,
on "Fertilizing Strawberries in North
Carolina." It contains results of re
search work on strawberry fetiliza
tion conducted by D. E. R. Collins,
State College agronomist, and Dr.
R. A. Lineberry, assistant chemist
of the United States Department of
Agriculture, in cooperation with Dr.
J. J. Skinner, senior biochemist of
The Experiment Station bulletin is
available to agricultural leaders and
commercial strawberry growers in
terested in this research. The bulle
tin includes fertilizer and limestone
recommendations for strawberry
production in this State.
A postcard or letter, requesting the
publication by name and number,
will bring any of these or other State
College publications to North Car
olina farmers free and postpaid, Je
To Leave for Philadelphia
Mrs. Ralph B. Watkins, who has
been visiting Mrs. Harry Waldo in
Hamilton for several days, will leave
Thursday for Philadelphia. Mrs.
Watkins has been with her husband
Lieut. Col. Watkins in the Canal
Zone for three years until she, and
all the other women at the Corzale
Army Post, was ordered to leave
immediately, Lieut. Col. Watkins,
the son of the late Mrs. M. B. Boyle,
of Hamilton, is expected to be trans
Leaves for Durham
J. D. Taylor, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmie Taylor, left today for
Durham, where he will attend sum
mer school at Duke University.
In Durham Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Manning and
Mr. Manning's mother, Mrs. Mittie
Manning, spent Sunday in Durham
with Mrs. N. R. Manning's parents,
Rev. and Mrs. S. J. Stames. Ihey
were accompanied home by Misses
Margaret and Frances Stames who
will visit with their sister, Mrs. Man-|
ning, and Mr. Manning, for several
Ixite?t Addition* To Thm
Enterprise Mailing List
Listed among the recent addition!
to the Enterprise mailing list are tha
Henry Handy, Williamston; J. H.
Moore, Williamston; Mrs. John
Cooke, Williamston; Lester J. Grif
fin, Williamston; B. B. Rogerson,
Norfolk; S. C. Bailey, Williamston;
C. C. Jones, Williamston; John Leg
gett, Robersonville; Stephen Nichols,
Williamston; O. J. Gaylord, Bath; J.
H. Ayers, Oak City; Mary E. Jones,
Williamston; W. B. Harrington, Wil
liamston; Labon Lilley, Williamston;
Mrs. J. M. Boyce, Solomons, Md.; D.
C. McLawhorn, Williamston; Eli
Bower, Williamston; Nathan Rober
son, Robersonville; J. F. Wynne,
Robersonville; Emma Gurganus,
Williamston; Armanda Cannady,
Williamston; J. Henry Peel, Wil
liamston; Mrs. P. A. Ballard, Cres
well; C. Roland Jones, Elizabeth
City; Caroline Stalls, Baltimore; R.
H. Salsbury, Hassell; A. B. Ayers,
WUliamston; N. T. Tide, Wllliasna
ton, Mrs. A. L. Roebuck, Williams
ton; J. A Gardner, Williamston; G.
G. Bailey, Everett; G. R. Silver
thome, Williamston; J. L. Croom,
Robersonville; N. D. Gurganus, Wil
liamston; Mrs. Nathan Rogers, Wil
liamston; Jasper Cowan, Roberson
ville; Mrs. Caddie Terry, Roberson
ville; Dewey Hayman, Williamston.
Spending Week Here
Pete Fowden, Jr., stationed at Fort
Jackson, S. C., is spending this week
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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See how quickly head clears, nerves are
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Our fighting men and war workers need relaxation
on week-ends. You can make their Trailways trips
more comfortable by giving your seat to them on '
week-ends and doing your traveling during the
middle of the week, when coaches are not so crowded.
You'll find it's faster and much more fun. The small
inconvenience it causes you will be an added con
venience to them. After all, they are working and
fighting that freedom of travel may be ours always.
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Poultry T ruck
AT JAMESVILLE 9 to 10 a. m.
AT HARDISON'S MILL 10:30 to 12 m.
AT BEAR GRASS 1 to 3 p. m.
AT OAK CITY 9 to 11 a. m.
AT HAMILTON 11:30 a. m. to 12 m.
AT GOLD POINT 1 to 2 p. m.
AT WILLIAMSTON 9 to 11 a. m.
AT EVERETT'S 11:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
AT ROBERSONVILLE 3:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Colored Hens, Leghorn Hens, Stags, Roosters
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