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Leaves (or Farmville
Mrs. J. C. Manning left Tuesday for
a short visit with Farmville rela
tives. She was accompanied by her
two sons. Dick and Asa.
Broadcast Over WTAK
The "Harrison Sisters." Marie and
Delsie. left Thursday for Norfolk,
where they will broadcast over Sta
tion WTAR. ? ?
Leave (or Norfolk
Mrs. Clayton Revels and daughter.
Mary Lee; Mrs. Curtis Biggs and
Messrs. Warren Bright and Slade
Peele Revels left Thursday for a
visit with Norfolk friends and rela
Returns from Rockv Mount
Miss Gladys Avers, of Bear Grass
has returned after spending a week
with Rev. T. A. Bland in Rocky
In Washington Tuesday
Mrs. W K. Parker was a Washing
ton visitor Tuesday afternoon
Visits Here Yesterday
Mrs. Vernon Ward, of Roberson
ville, visited here yesterday.
Will Return This Week-end
Mrs. Asa Crawford, Jr , who has
been visiting relatives in Randleman
for the past two weeks, will return
In Norfolk Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs Roy Gurganus visit
ed in Norfolk Tuesday
Leaves for Yorktown, Va.
Mrs C. G. Crockett left tin early
part of the week for a visit with rela
tives in Yorktown, Va
Visits Here Wednesday
Miss Doris Goldstetn, of Windsor,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Irving Margolis
here Wednesday afternoon.
A Heel Missing
Can you imagine the conversation
between the pretty toes of model
Choo Choo Johnson as they step
along. Say the right toes to the left:
"Don't look now?but I think we're
being followed by a couple ol heels."
Choo Choo is setting a new style for
milady's footwear by pasting pic
tuns of Hitler and Mussolini on her
heels. There's no room for Hirohito.
In Roper Wednesday
Mr John W Manning was a busi
ness visitor in Roper Wednesday
In Durham Wednesday
Dr. J. S. Rhodes was a business
visitor in Durham Wednesday.
At Virginia Beach This Week
Misses Edna Bam hill and Ruth
Ward are spending part of their va*
ration at Virginia Beach this week.
Honor A Great American
FATHER'S DAY. Sumlav. .|un<' 21
If he'* trorkinfi harder limn ever ami
need* the ilivi*imi a hobby provide* . . .
GIVE HEM A KODAK
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PIPES and TOBACCOS
SI1AVINC SETS ?
S1IEAFEEK PENS ?
AMITY BILL FOLDS ?CIGARS
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REMEMBER the pride you took in your Dad when you were little? The se
eurity you felt when hi* liund held your*. The eerlainty with which you re
lied on him for help when thing* went wrong. Just because you're grown-up
now is no reason to be less demonstrative! So he glad that this Father's Day
gives you a fresh chance to give Dad some small token of your love and admir
ation. Dad most certainly would appreciate a ipiulity gift of weuring apparel.
For example a
TIE ? SHOES ? SHIRTS and SHORTS ?
PAJAMAS ? SOCKS ?*t)RESS SHIRT And
NUMEROUS OTHER ITEMS IN OUR STORE.
Martin Supply Co.
>'isit Here Yesterday
Mrs. C. L Wilson and daughter,
?uise. and Mrs N. C. Everett and
laughter, Mildred, of Robersonville,
isited here yesterday morning.
teturn from New York
Mrs Frank Margolis arjd children,
liehard and Barbara, returned on
rhursday night from a New York
?isit with friends 'and relatives
Van Here Wednesday
Pvt Garner House, stationed at
\>rt Dix, N. J., visited friends here
leturns from I^ouisiana
Mrs John W. Williams returned
Wednesday night from a visit with
ier son and daughter-in-law. Dr.
ml Mi.'?John W. William.1. J? . in
Van Business Visitor Here
Mr. W. M. Tillman, Rocky Mount
obacconist, was a business visitor
lere Wednesday morning
'isit Here Wednesday
Messrs. A. J. McDavid and Frank
look, of Raleigh, visted fronds here
ittend Funeral Yesterday
Messrs. I). V. Clayton, W. G Peele.
. D. Woolard and Dr. John D. Biggs
ittended the funeral of Mr Ed Flan
igan in Greenville yesterday after
n Alexandria This Week
Mrs J. W Watts is visiting her
lster-in-law, Mrs. F. C. Creswell,
ri Alexandria this week
isitifiK in Georgia .
Miss Vida Harris and Mr. Asa Mar
is are visiting their brother, Luth
?r, at Camp Wheeler, Ga., this week
ipends Week-end Here
Mrs Attawa Brinson, of Raleigh. |
vas the week-end house guest of |
drs. V. D Godwin, Jr., and Mr.
ontinues Quite 111
Mr. Claude Mendenhall, Griffins
Township farmer, continues quite ill
n tho li ?*??<! hospital ?
isit Here Wednesday
Mr and Mrs N R. Griffin, of
s Slightly Improved
Mrs. O. S. Green, a patient in the
deal hospital for about three weeks,
s slightly improved."
n Norfolk Tuesday
Mrs. J. A. Eason, Mrs. Wilda Har
ell, Mrs. Elva Williams and Misses
Vnnie Mae Bailey and Christine Jen
tms were in Norfolk Tuesday eve
ling for a special hair shapening
ind style show and demonstrations
n feather bob haircuts and other
ate hair styles by Miss Edith
rhompkins, nationally known hair
'Xpert. ? -?'? ? '? _ ?; ' ?
Leaves for Washington City
Mrs. Eva Avant left yesterday af
ernoon for Washington City where
;he will attend the wedding of her
liece. Miss Bettie Evans, on Satur
\t White l^ake Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Shep Roebuck visit
?d at White Lake last Sunday.
Leave for Ohio
Mosdames Melvin Sullivan, Rob
it Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
lam 11. Carstarphen will leave to
norrow on a through-tlte-country
rip to Ohio' and Michigah7
SOLDIERS ENTERTAIN OTHERS
While millions of dollars are bring spent to entertain service men,
it is an established fact that service men are doing an able job in en
tertaining others. Taking part in various entertainment programs.
Pvt. Ben E. Manning, young son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Manning, of
Williamslon :inH his soloist f ornoral Julius '/a ha war not so lone
ago gained nation-wide attention when the National Council Protest
ant Episcopal Church pictured the two young men in a worship serv
ice at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Shreveport, La. Manning is at
the organ. The Council bulletin, "Church in Action," states that
service men welcome the opportunity to participate in religious ac
Hrfore Pearl llarbor, bathing
beauties were not concerned with
conditions in tiie rubber market
but Atlantic City's Jane Nichol)
is on the front line todav collect
ing old tires and tubes for rubber
reclaiming plants. She's one of a
group of local bathing beauties
Who have volunteered for the sal
rage drive. Her red, white and
blue bathing suit follows the
patriotic theme of the season just
opening. Oh. yes. she was snapped
on the famous Boardwalk.
Outers Norfolk Hospital
Miss Katherine York has entered
upon a nurses' training course in the
Norfolk General Hospital. Norfolk
In Norfolk This Week
Messrs V J. Spivey and Reginald
Simpson were in Norfolk this week
attending to business.
Visits in Parmele
Mr. Joe Leggett visited in Parme
Are Visiting Here
Mrs. Myrtle Russell and children, I
Bobby and Faye, are spending the
week with Mis. Russell's mother,
Mrs. Annie Glenn. Miss Faye will
stay over for a short visit after her
mother and brother leave.
Leaves for Ohio
Miss Madge Glazner. teacher of
home economics in the local school
for the past two years, left Tuesday
for her home in Chillieothe, Ohio.
Miss Glazner is among the school
teachers who resigned this year. "
Are Visiting Here
Mrs. H R. Williams and daughter,
Janet, former residents, are visit
ing friends here.
Have Tonsils Removed
Misses Elizabeth Manning, Lola
and Marie Peele had their tonsils
removed at Brown's hospital last
Tuesday. They are recovering nice
In Greenville Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Skinner and
son, Iverson, visited relatives in
Greenville yesterday afternoon.
While there they attended the fun
eral of Mr. Ed Flanagan.
Leaves for Elizabeth City
Miss Marian Hurley left Wednes
day for Elizabeth City where she
will visit her sister, Mrs. Clarence
In Morehead Wednesday
Messrs Ruper Cowan and Francis
Barnes fished Wednesday afternoon
at Morehead City.
Is Visiting Here
I Miss Lucy Dunn Elmore, of Scot
land Neck, is the house guest of Dr
and Mrs. John D. Biggs at theii
home on Academy Street. Miss El
more will be here for about twe
The marriage of Miss Harriett Bell
Alley, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ver
non Lynn Alley, to John Richard
Champion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Champion, of Williamston, took
place last Saturday afternoon at 4:30
o'clock in Broad Street Methodist
Church, in Portsmouth, with the pas
tor. Rev. Stark Jott, officiating.
The church was decorated with
palms, white mixed flowers and
many lighted candles Mrs. T. R.
Steele, aunt of the bride, played sev
eral selections before the ceremony,
accompanied by T. R. Steele, George
Talbot and Elmer A lis brook, violin
ists. The wedding music was played
by Mrs. Steele, using the Wedding
March by Mendelssohn as the bridal
party entered and the Wedding
March by Wagner as the couple left
The bride, who was escorted by
tier father, wore a gown of white
bridal satin, mhdc with tight bodice,
sweetheart neckline outlined with
seed pearls, long sleeves, which
formed points over the hand and
gored skirt, which ended in a sweep
ing train. Her flowers were a show
er bouquet of bride's roses and gar
denias. Her only ornament was
?'< ed pearl necklace, which belonged
to her great-great aunt.
Mrs. John Dillard Hooker, of Stu
art, Va., was her cousin's matron of
honor. The bridesmaids were MriT
Travis C. Kitchen, sister of the
groom, and Mrs. West Adams Payne.
Victor Champion was best man for
his son. Vernon Lynn Alley, Jr.,
brother of the bride, was master of
The groomsmen were John Oil
lard Hooker, of Stuart, Va., and
Travis C. Kitchen, of Norfolk.
The couple left on a trip through
the Valley of Virginia, and will re
side at the home of the bride's par'
ents in Waterview. The bride travel
' d in a black mesh suit, trimmed in
MISS ROU8SKAC HONORED ]
Honoring Misses Nelle Rousseau, is i
^ouise Hall and Virginia Parker, Ed
louse guests of Misses Mary Charles
Godwin and Elizabeth Parker, Miss
Catherine Manning entertained Miss
Vancy Biggs, the out-of-town guests,
ind their hostesses at dinner Tues
iay evening at her home on Church
Miss Nelle Rousseau, house guest
A Miss Mary Charles Godwin, was
igain honored when Mrs. Vemer
Godwin, Jr., entertained at a Coca
Gola party at her home on East Main
Street Wednesday morning. -Coca
colas, nuts and crax were served to.
Misses Alma Godwin, Elizabeth Par
ker, Nancy Biggs, Ann Fowden, Lu
?y Dunn Elmore, Mesdames C. H
Godwin, Jr.-, and R. D. Elliott, Jr.,
ihe honored guest, and her hostess.
Leave for Four Oaks
Mrs. W. C Manning, Jr., and two
children, William and Jane, left on
Wednesday afternoon for Four Oaks
where they will visit Mrs. W. A.
Adams, Mrs. Manning's mother, for
Vii.it Hi- n Monday
Mesdames W. I. Skinner, Sr., and
W. 1'. Lipscomb, of Greenville, vis
ited Mr and Mrs. W. I. Skinner here
Monday and Tuesday.
white, with white accessories and a
corsage of white roses.
Following the rehearsal Friday
night a reception was held at the
home of the bride
re Jarvis Edgerton, of Nortolk,
le house guest of her sister, Mrs.
Trahey, and Mr. Trahey, here.
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We have purchased the stock of goods from
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
The combined stock of two drug stores enables us to serve
you better than ever before. Call us whenever we can serve
you. Your Business Is Appreciated.
KIGHT NOW in the time lo get ready for your
"Big Money Crop". Start the Reason off right
with the proper equipment. Whatever your needs
may he, He know that we ean fill them. See Usl
IOIiACCU TRICKS -TOBACCO TWINE
ANI) ALL OTHER NECESSITIES
Farmers Supply Co.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
_ the most lovably
GOOD OLD DAD
Since hc wrrc in rompers, it's always been
"Ask Dad"! We wanted a quarter . . . Ask
Dad! The ('ircns was in town. A ball game
on. All the other kids bad bikes . . Ask Dad!
loiter on, bigger things. We ran into jams . .
there were decisions to be made. Ask Dad?
and he always came through.
Let's Make June 21st A Big
Day In This Big Guys Life
GET HIS GIFT FROM THE STORE
THAT CATERS TO HIS TASTE!