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At Paatlico This Week
Mrs. Elbert S. Peel is spending th
week at Pamlico where she is th
guest of her sister. Mrs. Joel Muse
and Mr. MuSe;
Return from Pennsylvania
Mrs. John L. Rodgerson am
daughter. Miss Mary, returned horm
Sunday from a visit with relative
in Johnstown, Penna.
Visit At Pamlico
Messrs. D. V. Clayton. Jack Fitz
gerald and L. E. Rudisill spent las
week-end at Pamlico.
Return from Burlington
Mrs. J. G. Godard, III, and chil
dren. Joe IV, and Hannah, returnee
Sunday from a short visit with rela
tives in Burlington
Is Visiting Here
Miss Mary Ann Heydenreich, o:
Alexandria, Va.. is visiting relative!
here this week.
Return from Suffolk
Mrs. Frank Weston and son. Clay
ton, recent Suffolk visitors, returnee
Leave for New Jersey
Misses Mary Gwen Osbome and
Faye Gurganus leave today for Fori
Monmouth, N J. where they wil
complete a course In radio.
Are Visiting Here
Mrs. Lewis Clark and children, o
Burlington, are spending the weel
here with Mrs. Clark's mother, Mn
At Pamlico Last Week-end
Ned Cunnnigham spent the weel
end with Joe Thigpen at Pamlico.
Makes a stronger furnace
and nil) not crack and
smoke like other infer
Large stock of BRICK,
CEMENT and FLAMIN
GO on hand to fix that
barn or packhouse.
All we can say, fellers, is that lovely
Lottie Lund hails from Idaho. All
efforts to get her telephone number
were unsuccessful. However, we can
tell you that she was choser from
scores of coeds at the University of
Utah to serve as queen of Univer
sity Day, which goes to prove that
some of the people can be right
some of the time.
Was Business Visitor Here
Federal Bureau Investigator Put
ram, of Atlanta, was here attending
In Tarboro Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Manning visit
ed relatives in Tarboro Sunday
Visits Ilere Saturday
Mrs. Ned Laughinghouse. of Eliz
abeth City, visited friends here Sat
urday. She was en route to Pamlico
where she will visit Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Mute for a week.
In Edenton Friday
Mrs. S. R. Biggs, Misses Nancy
Biggs. Nell Rousseau, and Mary
Charles Godwin spent Friday after
noon with Mrs. Biggs' sister, Mrs. R.
P. Badham, in Edenton. ?
Shop Here Saturday
Mosdames Cola Castellow, P. R.
Gilliam and Miss Cecelia Ann^Jas
tellow, of Windsor, shopped here on
Attend Lions Meeting
Mr. vand Mrs. John Henry Ed
wards and Mr and Mrs. K. P. Linds
ley are among the Lions from here
attending the State convention in
Raleigh this week.
Visit Here Saturday
Messrs. Carlton Gilliam, James
Spivey and Elmer White, of Wind
sor, visited friends here Saturday
In Swans bo ro Sunday
Mr. Robert Everett and son, Rod
dy. visited Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Ray, in Swansboro Sunday.
Swim at Eden House
Misses Alma Godwin, Mary
Charles Godwin, Elizabeth Parker,
Nell Rousseau. Nancy Biggs and Ka
theiine Manning went swimming at
Eden House Beach last Sunday af
Spending Few Days Here
Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Jr.; and son, of
Wilmington, are spending a few
days here with Mr. and Mrs. B S.
Select A TIE For
HIS DAY will reach its peak in content
ment when yon present him with one
of these print or plain ties. If not a tie,
(its Mm handkerchiefs, a shirt, socks,
pajamas,-or one of die many other items
in onr stock.
Darden's Dept. Store
Improving from Illness ?
Mrs. M. D. Taylor, of Bear Grass,
s improving in the local hospital.
Ha Triage Licenses !
Marriage licenses were issued in
his county recently to the follow
ng: Linwood Stanley Weathersbee,
if Robersonville, and Essie Novella
iVarren, of Oak City; Thelbert C.
iVhitlry and Rachel McClaren, both
Visiting in South Carolina
Mrs. Kneezer Harrison. Mrs. Pete
Vlendenhall and daughter and Mrs.
Ella Wynne and daughter and Mrs.
VI. D Aycrs are spending a few days
villi Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Keel in
Georgetown S. C.
shops Here Saturday
Mrs. E. L. Morrison, of Plymouth,
vas a shopper here Saturday after
spends Week-end Here
Lt. Billy Biggs, of Fort Bragg, vis
ted his parents, Mr. and Mrs S. R
3iggs. here last week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Tice an
lounce the birth of a daughter in
i Washington hospital on Sunday,
lune 15, 1942
ipend Week-end Here
Miss Vivian Taylor, of Groens
>oro, and Miss Ethel Taylor, of At
anta, spent the week-end here with
heir mother, Mrs. Laura Taylor.
ihop Here Saturday
Mrs. Neely Gilliam and Miss Jo
ephine Essex, of Windsor, shopped
leturn from Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Champion re
urned home Sunday after attend
ng the wedding of their son, Rich
rd, in Norfolk last week.
Ipends Week-end Here
Miss Ola Lea Lilley, who is in
chool in Raleigh, visited her father,
Jr. J. Dawson Lilley, here last
Vas Here Last Week-end
Mr. Fred Taylor, stationed at
.angley Field, Va., visited friends
nd relatives here last week-end.
fill Visit Parents Here
Mrs. Stewart Whitley, of Raleigh,
ill be here with her parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. G. A. Peel, for a week.
,eave for Wake Forest
Messrs. Edgar Gurganus and Bur
ls Criteher, Jr., left Saturday for
fake Forest College where they
ill attend the first session of sum
s Visiting Here
Miss Frances Page, of Stokes, is
le house guest of her aunt, Mrs.
d Woolard, here for several days.
a Windsor Sunday
Misses Julia Clyde Waters, Betsy
tnderson and Nonie Melson visited
riends in Windsor Sunday after
nnn. : : : 3
pend Week-end Here
Misses Julia Everett and Elva
Irace Barnhill, employed in Cher
y Point, spent the week-end here
teturn to Scotland Neck
Mrs. Cecil Neville and son, Cecil,
r, have returned to Scotland Neck
fter visiting Mrs. Neville's sister,
flrs. Henry Griffin and Mr. Griffin,
lere for a few days.
lave Been Visiting Here
Mrs. William Hunt and son, Bill,
ave been visiting friends here for
he past week. They plan to return
i Zebulon Wednesday.
irrives for Visit Here
Mrs. Octavia Cone, Richmond res
ient, has arrived for a week's stay
nth her daughter-in-law, Mrs. P.
I. Cone, here.
fas Here Last Week-end
Mr. George Mahler, of Wilming
jn, visited friends here last week
The young son of Mr. and Mrs.
iarfield Mobley, Larry, underwent
n operation at Duke hospital last
feek. His many friends of James
ille, his home, are pleased to learn
hat he is rapidly recovering.
Home Economica Club To
Continue Summer Work
By BELLA JANE MOBLEY
Hie Honorary Home Economic*
Club, organized by Miu Madge
Glazner in November, ha* planned
to continue it* work through the
summer. This club was organized at
the same time five others were form
ed to help the Red Cross with its
work in the county. But the five oth
er county clubs have disbanded for
Not everyone is eligible for club
membership, however! in fact, the
students must have an 88 average
for acceptance. But these student
workers have not limited their work
to the Red Cross field. After each
meeting the club dues are invested
in defense stamps.
At the last meeting the members
elected the officers for the remain
der of the year. Bernice Perry was
elected president; Jane Goff, vice
president; Rose Leggett, secretary;
Pearl Newbold, treasurer, and Del
la Jane Mobley, publicity chairman.
In addition to the officers the club
has the following members: Nonle
Melson, Mary Trulah Peel, Sylvia
Green, Julia Clyde Waters, Frances
Thomas, Ann Meador, Virginia
Hines, Elsie Langley, Mollie Peaks,
Janie Nells, Frances Griffin, Gladys
Pecle, Millie Coltrain and Lucille
The club regrets the loss of its
leader and adviser, Miss Madge Glaz
ner, but they are all looking forward
to an early visit from her.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph J. Allen,
of Williarnston, announce the birth
ol a son, Robert Randolph, on Mon
day, June 15, in a Washington hos
Mrs. Allen was formerly Miss
Elizabeth Campbell, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Campbell, of
Were Here This Morning
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Corey, of
Griffins, visited here this morning.
Returns from Whiteville
Tommy Swain returned home last
night after a short visit with friends
Visits Here This Morning
Mr. John E. Manning, of James
ville, spent a short while here this
Leave for Cherry Point
J. E. Boykin and Bob Levin left
this morning for Cherry Point where
Ihey have accepted positions.
Visit in Wiltz-Sldlng
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffin visit
pd in Wiltz-Siding Sunday after
Spends Week-end Here
Pfc. Kimbo Saunders spent the
past week-end here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Kim Saunders.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bowen an
nounce the birth of a son on Sun
day, June 15, 1942.
Visits In Windsor
Mrs. R. A. Critcher, III, visited
relatives in Windsor last week-end.
Was Here Yesterday
Mr. H. A. Bost, of Greenville, was
a visitor here yesterday.
Spends Week-end Here
Francis Peel, stationed at Camp
Lee, Va., visited his mother, Mrs.
Sadie Peel, here last week-end.
Visiting in Ksaansrllle
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Peele are vis
iting in Kenansvllle for a few days.
Spending Few Days Here
Patrolman and Mrs. George Stew
art and son, of Siler City, are spend
ing a few days here with Mr. and
Mrs. B. S. Courtney.
Are House Guests Here
Misses Virginia Parker, of Em
poria, and Louise Hall, of Rich
mond, are the house guests of Miss
Elizabeth Parker, and her family,
for a few days.
At Eden House Sunday
Burke Parker and Jimmy Mitch
ell spent Sunday at Eden House
(s Visiting Here
Mrs. James McCloskey, of Balti
more, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
J. D- Woolard, and Mr. Woolard, for
Was Here Last Week-end
George Sumara, who is employed
In Elizabeth City, spent the week
end here visiting friends and rela
tjEii us r unman ium
Come In Todoy And Buy Your
Tobacco Twine . . Thermometers
Truck Axles . . Truck Wheels
Roofing . . Lanterns
AND ALL OTHER NECESSITIES
Woolaid Hdw. Co.
WILLIAMSTON NORTH CAROLINA
aiinrnufliv tavin ivun
Traveling through Petersburg,
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
and New York, the American Vic
tory Choir, directed by Lewis Sid
ney Bullock of Greenville, has ren
dered programs that have entertain
ed and inspired the audiences. Dr.
Williamson, President and Founder
of the Westminster Choir College,
included in his criticism, "lovely,
natural quality, unforced, and pure
Yet the highlight of the tour will
come when the group presents ?
Victory Concert in Carnegia Hall,
sponsored by Mayor LaGuardia.
Among the members of the choir
are several Williamston folks: Misses
Jerry Humble, Katnryn Mewborn,
Mrs. E. T. Walker and Howell Peele.
Returns to New York
Mr. Frank Freeman, who spent the
last week visiting his aunts, Miss
Janie Freeman and Mrs. P. B. Cone,
returned to his home in New York
In Durham Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Mobley, Mrs.
Dan Jones and Miss Carrie Dell
Jones visited in Durham last Fri
Miss Dorothy Josephine Daniel,
oung daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
laniel, and Wilbert Ossie Smith,
on of Mrs. Laura Ossie Smith, of
landsom, Va., were married in the
iome of Justice and Mrs. C. B. Rid
ick in Everetts last Sunday morn
ng at 10 o'clock, the justice per
orming the ceremony. Only a few
riends of the couple were present
or the ceremony.
They will make their home in
teturns from Washington City
Mrs. Pat Crawford, a recent Wash
ngton City visitor, has returned
icre for a short stay.
teturns from Hospital
Mr. Dampy Simmons, a patient
n the Lawson General Hospital, At
anta, Ga., for the past two months,
eturned home last night His many
riends were glad to see him look
ng healthy after his long illness.
Return from South Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. Dred Darden have re
urned home after spending sever
il days with relatives in Charleston,
I hops Here Yesterday
Mrs. Bill Bullock, of Everetts, was
shopper here yesterday,
I penis Week-end Im i"
Mi-. Warren IMMfe, it fll>
ille, spent the week-end here with
is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roe
t'u Business Visitor Here
Mr. Mayo Little, of Roberaonvtlle,
/as a business visitor hate Men
s Visiting Hen
Mr. Cecil Arthur, of Driver, Vn,
s visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vol Teal
lere for a few days.
n Greenville 8a
Mr. and Mrs. Roy OottraM vMtt
d friends in Greenville Sunday ef
Visiting Here This Week
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gray have as
heir house guests this week Mf.
dray's nieces, Misses Rosa and Clyde
dray, of Roanoke Rapids
In Greenville Sunday
Mrs. Val Teel, Mr. Cecil Arthur
and Miss Ruby Teel visited in
dreenvllle Sunday afternoon,
flatting in JameavOlo
Miss Glendora Ange. stndent
nurse in a Washington hospital, is
spending two weeks with her "par
ents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Ange and Miss Olive Ange. In
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WILLIAWTON, N. C.