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John Roth, of May Spring.
Nebnaaka. is hare lor a two weeks'
visit with her brother, Mr. John
Tullos. and Mrs. Tullos.
Dan Murriel Rand, of Richlands,
is spending the week with his cous
in, Bobby Harriaan, here.
Was Hare Last Week-end
Lt. Billy Biggs, stationed at Fort
Bragg, spent the week-end here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
Biggs. Lt. Biggs will be transferred
to Oklahoma this week.
Visits Bare Last Week
Mr. Art Graham was here from
Bearer Fails, Penna., last week, Vis
Is in Roanoke. Va.
Miss Margaret Peel, of Plymouth
and Hamilton, is visiting bar uncle,
Mr P. P Peel, who is convalescing
at Veterans Hospital, Roanoke, Va.
Spending Week Here
Miss Frances Barnhill. of Dur
ham, is spending the week here visit
Visit At Eden Bouse
Misses Nancy Biggs and Mary
Charles Godwin spent the week-end
at Eden House. ,
Spends Week-end Here
Miss Hennie Gurganus. of Nor
folk. was the week-end guest of rel
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr Shep Brinkley, of Plymouth,
was a business visitor here Saturday
Were Here Last Week-end
Mr. and Mrs J M Boyce, of Mary
land, were the week-end guests of
Mrs Charlie Moore. Mrs. Boyce's
Spends Week-end Here
Miss Eva Gurganus, of Newport
News, visited Mr and Mrs Walter
Gurganus, her parents, here last
Fifty Grand Kis*
Fifty grand may aeeni like a lot to
pay for a kiss, but when the young
lady who owna the lipa ia Lena
Turner that puta a different light
on the subject. The atartled man
in the photo ia J. M. Ryder of the
Washington Mutual Bank in Seat
tle. He had juat turned over hia
fi-m'a check for a $50,000 bond and
the grateful film atar showed her
appreciation with a resounding
kiss, it all happened at a bond sell
ing rally where Lena sold $321,026
worth of war bonds.
Phiiathea Class To Meet
The Baptist Phiiathea Class will
meet with Mrs Harry L. Meador on
Friday night at 8:00 o'clock at her
home on Haughton Street.
Visit Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Hall, of
Plymouth .spent Sunday here with
Mr and Mrs G. P. Hall, Mr. Hall's
Were Business Visitors Here
Messrs Lacy Early, of Windsor,
and John Jenkins, of Aulander,
were business visitors here Satur
Return from Goldsboro
Mr and Mrs. C. T Bowers and
daughter, Tennys, returned home
yesterday after spending several
days with Goldsboro relatives.
No Bottle Coca-Colas Will Be Sold
To Be Taken Out of Our Store.
?For Inside Store (Consumption Only?
PHONES 52 AND 53
Saddle Horse For Sale
Has Three Gaits, Gentle ami
Will Pull Buggy.
J. B. EVERETT
HAMILTON. N. C.
Leaves for Philadelphia
Jack Frank left Sunday for a short
visit in Philadelphia.
In Ahoskle Last Week-end
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Whedbee
were the week-end guests of Ah OS
Return from Rlehlandi
Mesdames G. H. and R. G. Har
rison, Jr., have returned from a vis
it with Rich lands relatives. Misses
Frances Rand and Murriel Koonce
accompanied them home.
Leave for Bayview
Mesdames Jesse Rogers, Ruth
Hazel Harris and son, Eddie, and Mr.
and Mrs Buck Ayers, of Bear Grass,
left yesterday morning for Bay
t/inm nhere they will spend the
Spend Week-end Here
Miss Eleanor Taylor, of Norfolk,
and Mrs. Bob Olmstead, of Ports
mouth, spent last week-end here
with thier parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Visit Here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Don B. Harrison, of
Palmyra, spent Sunday here with
Returns to Galax, Va.
Mr. Tom Morris returned to his
home yesteday in Galax, Va., after
spending the week-end with Mrs.
Morris, who is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs, P. F. Perry.
In Edenton Yesterday
Rev. and Mrs. John Hardy were
in Edenton yesterday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. William Capehart.
Returns from Norfolk
Mrs. Victor Champion returned on
Sunday from Norfolk where she vis
ited Mr and Mrs. Victor Champion,
Jr., for several days.
In Charlotte This Week
A local buyer for Belk-Tyler's,
Mrs Gradys Taylor, is purchasing
the fall stock in Charlotte this week.
Return from Pamlico
Mr and Mrs. Edward Corey and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gray
Corey returned Sunday from Pam
lico Beach where they spent the
Leaves for Rocky Mount
Bill Ballard left this morning for
Rocky Mount where he will have
his appendix removed.
Will Return Home Today
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Trahey will
return today from Norfolk where
they have been visiting for a week.
Hardy Rose, of Virginia Beach,
has arrived here to spend a few days
In Elisabeth City Yesterday
Carroll Coltrain spent yesterday
ui Elizabeth City where he was a
In Rocky Mount Sunday
Lt. Billy Biggs and his mother,
Mrs. S. R. Biggs, spent Sunday af
ternoon in Rocky Mount. Mrs. R.
P. Badbam, the sister of Mrs. Biggs,
accompanied them home to stay ov
ernight before leaving for her home
Lindsley, Edna Bafnhill and Mary
Rodgerson (pent lart week-end at I
In Belhaven TMa Week
Mr* Pat Crawford is the gueet of I
Mrs. W A. Ellison in Belhaven thia |
More to Greenrillc
Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Simpson
moved yesterday to their new home
in Greenville where Mr. Simpson
will be connected with a tobacco
firm this fall.
In Norfolk Sunday
Messrs. Jim Manninf, Carroll and I
Justis Coltrain spent the day in Nor- j
Return from Camp Leach
Rev. and Mrs. John Hardy return-1
ed from a two weeks' visit at Camp]
Leach last Sunday nifht.
Was Here Last Week-end
Mr. Hardy Thompson, of Golds-1
boro, spent the week-end here visit
In Norfolk Today
Mrs. Roy Ward is spending the |
day in Norfolk.
Spends Week-end Here
Moses Wheeler, employed in I
Portsmouth, spent the week-end here |
with his family.
In Washington Yesterday
Mrs. Garland Coltrain spent yes
terday in Washington
Spends Week-end Here
Miss Edna Earl James, who has a I
position in Norfolk, ?petit the week-1
end here with her parents
Visits Parents Hare
Employed at Cherry Point, Miss
Julia Everett was the week-end guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Bob Everett, Jr., of the U. S.
Navy, has arrived home to spend a
Leave for Carolina Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Coltrain and
Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. Sharpe will
leave Thursday for Carolina Beach
for a short visit.
At Pamlico Last Week-end
Maurice Moore, Jr., was the week
end guest of the Rhodes at their
Visits in Elisabeth City
Miss Mary Taylor visited rela-1
tives in Elizabeth City last week
Were Here Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Grandy S Boughta,
of Ahoskie, . spent Saturday here |
with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Speight.
At Bayview Last Week-end
Misses Blanche and Nell Harrison I
spent the week-end with friends at |
Visit Here Sunday
Mrs. D. C. Barnes and daughter.
Helen, of Murfreesboro, visited Mrs. I
J. H. Saunders, here Sunday. Miss |
Helen stayed over for a brief visit.
In Weldon Sunday
Mrs. Sadie Peel and Miss Eva
Peel took Erancis Peel to Weldon
Sunday where he boarded a train
for Camp Lee, Va., his headquarters.
Visit in Spring Hope
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Speight visited
spring Hope relatives Sunday.
Moving to Smlthwlck Street
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bailey and
family are moving today into the
home just vacated by the Simpsons
on Smithwick Street.
Visit in Wake Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Holding spei
the week-end with relatives in Wal
Return to Richmond
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ayers retun
ed to their home in Richmond ye
terday after attending the funeral i
Mr. John Ayers in Hamilton la
Visit Here Yesterday
Mr. C. C. Fleming and gran
daughters, of Jamesville, vislb
here yesterday morning.
A marriage license was issued in
this county yesterday to Joaeph
Frank Holton, of ErnuL and Edith
Mabel Laughinghouse, of New Bern.
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Visit In Raleigh
> Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hayman and ]
daughter, Gloria, visited in Raleigh
and Chapel Hill last week-end.
Leave fer Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. Julius S. Peel are
leaving today enroute to Carolina
Beach and other points for a short
to Bertie Monday
Mr. C H. Godwin spent Monday
afternoon in Bertie County on farm ]
Visit Hera Thnnday
Mrs. Henry Russell, of Ten
and Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, of
Franklin, Vs., were the dinner guekts
of Mr. W. B. Watts last Thursday
night. Mrs. Russell is remamBefwd
here as Ann Elizabeth Nowell and
Mrs. Edwards as Bettie Perry, both
formerly of Windsor.
Rev, and Mrs. Leon Malpne and
hildrep, Mickey and Glenn, of
'Umingion, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer
[alone and son, Mike, of (denton;
list Hazel Maloos, qf Fannvilie,
Ufton Ms lone, of WUmtpgton. and
Lisa Rjuby Jfalooe, of Norfolk, spent
at week-end here with their per
nts, Mr and Mrs Ellis MaVone.
Annual Summer Clearance
LADIES' STRAW and PASTEL FELT HATS
DRESSES ?PLAY SUITS ?SLACK
SETS and SLACKS.
All Seasonable Ready-to-Wear Will
BE GREATLY REDUCED
Wednesday, July 1st
For the Beit Values in fine quality mooring apparel attend this
Sale. Ww are making lubitantial reductions
on all seasonable items.
THE PROCTOR SHOPPE
Greed Reaches Out
To All Comers In
The Past Ten Years
Chronology of Aggression As
Reviewed from 1931 To
The Present Time
Japan invaded Manchuria. The
United States led an attempt to se
cure united democratic action for
Japan to withdraw but failed.
Hitler came into power and ended
the republican regime in Germany.
Several months later, he ended dis
armament efforts by taking Ger
many out of the Geneva Disarma
Japan denounced the 5-5-3 treaty
and started a naval building race.
Mussolini started Italian invasion
of Ethiopia. Efforts for united ac
tion by democracies adequate to
force withdrawal failed.
Hitler re-occupied Rhineland in
violation of Locarno Pact. The dem
ocracies did not act. Hitler said his
territorial ambitions were satisfied.
Later in the year, a Rome-Berlin
Axis was announced and Japan and
Germany concluded an Anti-Com
Japan started the invasion of Chi
na proper. Efforts for United action
by the democracies adequate to
force withdrawal failed.
Hitler seized Austria. The democ
racies did not act together to force
Nazi withdrawal. Hitler agath said
he wanted no more territory in Eu
rope. Several months later the dem
ocracies agreed to give Hitler Crecti
Sudeten land at Munich. Once more
Hitler said he wanted no more ter
ritory in Europe.
Hitler seized the rest of Czecho
slovakia. Again said he wanted no
more territory in Europe. During the
latter part of March, Britain and
France guaranteed to aid Poland
against aggression. Several days la
ter, Mussolini seized Albania. The
Russo-German non-aggression pact
was concluded. Hitler invaded Po
land. Britain and France declared
war on Hitler.
Hitler invaded neufral Norway
and Denmark. He invaded neutral
Netherlands and Belgium. Italy, see
ing France prostrate, declared war.
Japan occupied bases in French In
do-Chlna near Singapore, East In
dies and Burma Road. Japan signed
a military alliance with Germany
and Italy which was directed, in ef
fect, at the United States. Italy at
tacked neutral Greece.
Hitler attacked neutral Jugoslavia
and Greece. He attacked neutral
Russia Japan attacked the United
States (Dec. 7) in the midst of
peace negotiations. Hitler and Mus
solini declsred wsr on the United
Lot* FfrM R#m*e> Go*
Of CtuMOtttMtk RBBfiKl
Mr. J. S. Whfttey, proprietor and
manager of the Wllliamston Supply
Company, said yesterday his firm
had received a car load of Chan
neldraln Roofing. Due to the war
the manufacture of commodities con
taining steel has been curtailed and
in many instances completely stop
ped. However, because many farm
ers need this type of roofing to make
necessary repairs on buildings al
ready constructed the War Produc
tion Board is releasing an occasion
al car to various sections of the state
This roofing will be sold only in
the rural sections and under no con
ditions will it be sold for new con
At Pamlico Last Week-end
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Rhodes and
son. Dr. J. S. Rhodes, Jr., spent last
week-end at their Pamlico Cottage.
Return from Washington CKy
Mrs. N. C. Green and Miss Penina
Roberson returned the early part
of the week from Washington. D.
Confined U Her Heme
Mrs. Mary BeHe Osborne has been
ill for the past several days and has
been unable to be out.
In Richmond Monday
Messrs. Joe Glenn and John W.
Manning were Richmond business
visitors last Monday.
Listed nmbhg <he?etefatrwWHIwu
to the Enterprise mailing list are the
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Roy Harrell, Norfolk; Jesse-Stroud,
Palmyra; Mrs. Dors Bonner, PWta
delphia; J. W Cherry, HasseO; H.
E. Hardiaon, Raleigh; H. H. Cowen,
Williams ton; Dr. W. C. Mercer, Wil
liamston. C. P. CuHipher, WflMam
stno; D. E. Davis, Jamesvflle; Mrs.
Woodrow Moseley, Roanoke Rapids;
Mrs. J. T. Edmondson. Williamston;
U. S. HasseQ, Jamesville; Sam
Worthington, Wilson; T. B. Slade,
Hamilton; Louis Holllday. WUliam
ston; Lonnie Bonner, Williamston;
Henry L. Harris, Camp Wheeler, Ga.;
G. W. Harris, Williamston; Mrs. P.
B. Cone, Williamston; J. C. Giirkin,
In Weldon Last Week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Manning spent
last week-end in Weldon with Mrs.
Manning's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Leaves for Pert Jackson
Darfoll M. Price, alter tpAndingB
tew days here with his ysfUHi'Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Price, left "lasfweeW1
end for Port Jackson to report for
service tn the Army.
Visit In Wilson
Mrs. P. B. Cone and Miss Jsrde
Freeman spent the week-end with
relatives in Wilson.
This shipment of bed spreads ar
rived yesterday. All lovely pat
terns. Solid or combination col
ors. The next shipment will be
higher. Buy one or more of these
spreads at these low prices.
$2.98 to $7.95
Martin Supply Co.
WILUAM8TON, N. C.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO EVERY LOCAL CITIZEN!
Here l? The Whole Story On
MAYBE you didn't know it, but immediately after the assault on Pearl Harbor,
Secretary of Commerce J ease Jones announced that war damage . . that it, dam
age caused by enemy action or .resistance to enemy action . . would be paid for
by your Government.
7"his icat a temporary measure and utill terminate at midnight, on June 30th.
Beginning July 1, yon will be required to pay the cost of repairing daniagi to
your own property caused by war action, just as yon are now required to pay for
repairing the damage caused by an ordinary fire or other destructive force. BUT
. . You Now Can Insure against such damage in much the same manner as you in
sure against fire, and for a surprisingly moderate premium. This War Damage In
surance has been worked out by the leading Fire Insurance Companies in cooper
ation with the War Damage Corporation.
It may be applied to dwellings, household goods, personal effects, factories,
stores, stocks of merchandise, farm property, apartments, automobiles .. in fact
to just about anything . . such policies will protect you for the duration of the war
upon payment of moderate premiums, between SI.00 and $3.00 par $1000 per
year for most classes of property.
The National Association of Insurance Agents, of which the Martin County Insur
ance Exchange is a member, has volunteered the services of its members in ef
fecting the distribution of this War Damage Insurance on a cost of service (no
profit) basis in order to contribute to the War effort and avoid the expense of
a new government agency. Thus, to secure this new War Damage Insurance, all
you need to do it to contact immediately any member officio of die Maribi Coun
ty Insurance Exchange listed here. Your own insurance man's office is probably
There isn't much time left to arrange for this War Damage Insurance, which Is
available only on a cash-with-order basis. Get in touch with one of these Associa
tion members immediately by personal call or telephone.
PROMPT COOPERATION WILL PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY.
Any One of Thome Loading Insurance Office$ It Remdy To Serve You
Henry Norman fau. Agency, . J. E. Pane fan. Agmwy,
Robrrtoaville K. ft CrftwfoM, Wi
N. Johnson, Oak (Sty HMdfeth Moblty,
Geo. 8. Haitlip, Hindi Harrison tt CarsUrptftm, WflHltaAtn
Martin County Insurance Exchange