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Leave (or Greensboro
Mrs. W. E. Dunn and Ned Cun- j
ningham left this morning for
Greensboro. They will be accompan-,
ied home tonight by Miss Marjorie j
Dunn, a student at W.C.U.N.C for j
the past summer session.
Visiting in Rocky Mount
Mrs. Minnie Mobley is visiting rel
atives in Rocky Mount over the
Leave for Blackstone, Vs.
Dr and Mrs James S Rhodes and
Miss Jean Jackson left this morning
for Camp Pickett. Blacksotne, Va
The Rhodes will attend the wedding
of Miss Jackson and their son. Dr
J. S Rhodes, Jr., tomorrow
Is in Elizabeth City
Mr. Harcom Grimes is the week
end guest of Elizabeth City friends
Visiting at Virginia Beach
Mr and Mrs Wm H Williams and
Mrs Betty Eason are spending thi
week-end at Virginia Beach.
In Rocky Mount Tuesday
Mr Charlie Godwin was a busi
ness visitor in Rocky Mount last
Returns from Greenville
Master Johnnie Woolard return
ed home Monday from Greenville
where he had been visiting his
grandmother Mrs W S Van Dyke
Visit Here Tuesday
Dr and Mrs John Cotten Tayloe ,
were here last Tuesday night visit
ing Mrs Betty Eason.
In Plymouth Wednesday
Mesdames John Williams, Z T
Piephoff and Jack Booker visited in
Plymouth last Wednesday afternoon
Is 111 with Malaria
. Miss Ann Fowden has been quite
ill for the past week with malaria
Visits in Farm Life
Mrs. Garland Coltrain spent Wed
nesday night m Farm Life with rel
Visits in Elizabeth City
Mrs. Paul V-.?Jones- spent yester
day with her husband in Elizabeth
Deanna Durbin, Universal Slar.
matches the brilliant coloring of
this tropical garden with her gay
costume. The peon shorts are made
of natural cotton homespun, with
fringed edging. They are worn
with Mexican embroidered midriff
bodice of brilliant green crepe.
Wooden clogs, with nail-studded,
green .kid tops complete her color
Return from Virginia
Mr and Mrs. L C. Rudisill return
ed home yesterday from a week's
visit with Virginia friends and rela
Visiting in Cherry
?Mr,-and~Mrs Carlton Lamm and
children are spending several days
vMtli relatives in Cherry.
Are Touring Florida
Misses Ann Getsinger and Mary
Elizabeth Keel are spending their
vacations touring Florida. They plan
to stop in Miami for several days,
H as Business Visitor Here
Mr Luther Davenport, of Oak
City, was a business visitor here yes
Returns to Williamston
Miss Ann Skinnor returned to
Williamston Tuesday for a few days'
visit with Mr and Mrs, W. I. Skin-j
Is Visiting Here
Mrs. Mittie Barnhill, of Richmond,
is lulling "Mr- and Mis. Leslie Rub
erson and other relatives here.
Returns from Tarboro
Mr C. C. Parker has returned
from a Tarboro hospital where he
had his tonsils removed last week.
Return to Richmond
Mrs. Hugh Singleton and daugh
ter, Patricia .returned to their home
in Richmond this morning. They had
been visiting Mrs. Myrtle Harris
Mrs. Singleton's mother, here for
I-eaves for Richmond
Miss Katherine Hardison leaves
Sunday for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Irving Hull, and Mr Hull in
Visits at Virginia Beach
Mrs. Edwin Holding will join Mr.
Holding at Virginia Beach for the
Return from Maryland
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Manning, who
have been visiting Pocomoke City,
Md., relatives, have returned home.
Visiting in Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. Melvin Sullivan and chil
dren, Judy and Jane Grey, are
spending the week-end with friends
in Charleston, S. C.
In Rocky Mount Tuesday
Mrs. Vomer Godwin was a shop
per in Rocky Mount Tuesday after
Hill Arrive This Afternoon
Don Evans, student at Wake For
est summer school, will arrive this
afternoon to be the over-night guest
of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Griffin, and
Mr. Griffin, here.
Visit Here This Week
Mrs. Margaret Finn, of Boston, and
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Finn, of Fav
etteville, visited Mr. and Mrs W. L.
Taylor here this week.
Heave for Virginia Beach
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Parker left
this morning for Virginia Beach,
where they will spend the coming
Visits in Oak City
Mr. Farrist Edmondson, of An
napolis, Md., spent the past week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Edmondson, and other rela
tives in Oak City.
Heave for Tennessee
Mrs Henry Griffin, will leave to.-.
morrow morning for a week's visit
with her parents in Liberty, Tenn.
Are Visiting Here
Mrs. H E. Butner and daughter,
Ann, of Elizabeth City, are the
house guests of Mrs. C. A. Harrison
Move to Rose Hill
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fussell, who
made their home here for the past
several years, moved yesterday to
Rose Hill where Mr. Fussell will
enter defense work.
Returns from Danville
Dr. Eugene Rice returned Wednes
Danville and Wilmington.
James Raleigh Manning, of James
ville and Washington City, is under
going treatment for his eyes in Duke
Visiting Here This Week
Mrs. J. Paul Frizelle, of Snow Hill,
is the guest this week of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jack Edmondson, and Mr.
Returns from Carolina Beech
Miss Alta Critcher returned last
Monday from a week's visit to Car
Heave for Farmville, Va.
Mr. R. W. Bondurant and son,
Rush, Jr., and Master Hilton Peel
left yesterday for a week-end visit
with Farmville, Va., relatives.
Confined with Malaria
Mrs. W R. Fowden has been ill
for the past week with malaria. She,
is confined at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. C. B. Clark. 1
Visiting In Portsmouth
Mr and Mrs. F. E. Wynne and[
son, Frank, are spending the week
end wtih Mrs. Wynne's sister, Mrs.
J. L. Spencer, and Dr. Spencer at
their home in Portsmouth. Hiey
were accompanied there by Mas
ter Bill Chase, who has been visit
ing relatives here for the past sev
ml day. 1
To VUt ai Virginia loach
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Davis and
children, Betty and David, wiU spend
neat week vacationing at Virginia
"to WIUIAMSTON IK
CfcOI I I VS
ft SMART SlylM"
Hundreds of Dresses
To Select From
Coupled with substantially
reduced prices lias put
tlieni an the run.
$14.% DRESSES For
$12.% DRESSES For
$10.95 DRESSES For
$7.00 and $8.95 DRESSES For
That's the reason women have
flocked to our store ? because
the savings will enable them Xo
buy . . .
Pique Swim Suit
Marie McDonald, featured in
I'niveraal'a "Pardon My Sarong",
model* the late*t in cotton **im
Kuit*. The chalk white swim *uit
of fine cotton pique depend* *ole
ly upon it* ucalloped edging to ac
centuate it* streamlined, princes*
Mr and Mrs. Ben Andrews an
nounce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Susie Evelyn Griffin, to Louis
Robert Herring, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs Bryant Herring, of Rocky
Mount. The ceremony took place on
Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in
the home of Mrs. Margaret Hatton
at Norfolk, with the Rev. L. C.
Smart, pastor of the Methodist
Church, officiating. Only the im
mediate families and a few intimate
friends were present for the cere
mony. The bride, wearing a corsage
of gardenias, was attired in an af
ternoon dress of blue crepe with ac
cessories to match. Her only attend
ant was her aunt, Mrs. Margaret
Hatton, of Norfolk.
Leon Grimes, of Troy, friend of
the groom, was best man.
Immediately following the cere
mony, a small reception was given
for the bridal party and out-of-town
guests at the home of the bride's
aunt, Mrs. Margaret Hatton, at 1014
Fairfax Avenue, Norfolk.
The couple are now making their
home at 933 West Onloy Road, Nor
ENTERTAINS FOR GUEST
Honoring her house guest, Miss
Margaret Jean Thornton ,of Golds
boro, Miss Delia Jane Mobley enter
tained at a hay ride Wednesday eve
ning After the guests had riden
around town oh the wagon singing
songs, they all ate watermelon.
Among those present were: the
hostess, the honoree, Misses Mary
Warren, Betty Rose Gurganus, Nonie
Melson, Julia Clyde Waters, Mary
Trulah Peele, Nancy Mercer, Mary
O'Neal Pope, Millie Biggs, Grace
Holliday and Messrs. Jimmie Leg
gett, Billy Waters, Billy Peele, J. D
Woolard, Jr., Collin Peele, Luther
Peele, Conrad Getsinger, James Car
roll, George Cunningham, Frank Lil
-ley, Bobby -Davis, _Billy._Mercer.Jim
Crticher, Carlyle Langley and Ben
9:45 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Morning service. The Rev.
Rufus Walker, of Edwards, will be
7:30 p. m. Young People's Service.
8:30 p. m. Union service at the
8:30 p. m. Monday, the Junior
Philathea meets with Mrs. Elbert
8:00 p. m. Tuesday, Choir rehears
8:15 p. m. Thursday, Prayer meet
The following worship schedule
has been announced for the Pente
costal Holiness Church here:
Services Saturday night at 8:30
Sunday school at 9:45 Sunday
morning and preaching at 8:30 that
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night at 8:30 o'clock.
Are Visiting Here
Mrs. Sallie Gurganus and daugh
ter, Miss Shirley, are spending a few
days here with relatives
Leaves for New Bern
Rudolph Hardy, of Everetts, left
last Tuesday for New Bern, where
he has accepted employment in
Circles Ta Meet
Circle No. 1 of the local Christian
church will meet in the home of Mrs.
W O. Griffin on Williams Street
next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
with Mrs. Mayo Modlin and Mrs.
J. H Roebuck as joint hostesses. Cir
cle No. 2 of the church will meet with
Mrs. J. T. Barnhill on Haughton
Street at the same time with Mrs.
Vernon Bunting as joint hostesses.
Spending Few Days
Mr Harry Biggs, of Virginia
Beach and Norfolk, is spending a
few days here attending to business.
Is Getting Aleng Well I
Undergoing a major operation in
a Durham hospital last week, Mr.
Lester Peel, well known Cross Roads
farmer, returned home today, and
is getting along very well.
By Irene James, Home
Service Director, Virginia Electric |
And Power Company
With Meats?In Salads?For Desserts
Have you heard the latest about
the dried-fruit family? Did you
know that dried fruits are so deli
riously tender these days you no
longer need to soak them? You don't
even have to let them simmer the
usual long time! The modern pack
aged dried fruits are easy, speedy and
thrifty to cook. Serve them more of
ten with your meats, in your salads,
as desserts, etc. They're all so good
to eat, and rich in fruit sugar, cal
cium, iron and Vitamins A, B and
Pare and grate 3 medium-size car
rots; add 2 tbsp mayonnaise or sal
ad dressing; toss together lightly
with a fork. Use this to fill 12 pitted
cooked prunes. Arrange three of the
filled prunes on individual beds of
lettuce and serve with French dress
Frozen Apricot Whip
2 egg whites
1-2 c sugar or honey
1 c apricots (dried cooked) .
1 tbsp lemon juice
Rind of 1-2 lemon
1 c cream to whip
Beat eggs stiff; add sugar and con
tinue beating. Add apricots, lemon
juice and rind and whip all together
lentil stiff. Whip cream separately
and fold into apricot mixture.
Prune Apple Betty
4 c sliced apples
2 c sliced stewer prunes .
2 c soft bread crumbs
2 tbsp lemon juice
1 -2 c sugar or honey
1 tsp cinnamon
1-8 tsp salt
4 tbsp butter or margarine
Arrange half of apples in a greas
ed 1 1-2 qt. casserole; combine rest
of ingredients for second layer. Cov
er; bake in moderate oven (350* F.)
for one hour. Uncover; bake 15 min
utes longer or until fruit is tender
Serve plain, with top milk or cream.
Spanish Roast Loin of Pork
1-3 c minced green pepper
1-3 c minced onion
1-4 c salad oil
2 8-oz. cans tomato sauce
1 c hot water
1 tbsp chili powder
1 -4 c sirup
1-2 tsp salt
1-2 c sliced ripe olives
Mr. and Mr*. Noah P. Roberson, of
Williamiton, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Beulah Gertrude,
to Mr. Derwood Sadler, of Belhaven
and Plymouth, on July 11, 1942, at
Elizabeth City. The Rev. A. H. Out
law, pastor of the Baptist Church,
Leaves for Greenville
Miss Mary Ruth Ward left yes
terday afternoon for Greenville
where she has enrolled in the N.Y.A.
1 c seedless raisins
2 c cooked rice
3 lbs. loin of pork
Saute green pepper and onion in
oil until tender. Add tomato sauce
and hot water; bring to a boil. Com
bine chili, sirup, salt and 1-4 c wa
ter. Add with olives and raisins to
sauce; boil 4 minutes. Add 1-4 c of
this sauce to rice. Have butcher
loosen pork from rib bone, just en
ough to form a pocket the entire
length of the loin. Stuff this with the
rice mixture. Cook, covered, in
Dutch Oven, in moderate oven of
350* F. for 1 hour. Pour rest of rais
in sauce?over roast, and?continue
cooking, uncovered, one hour. Serves
Miss Carrie Dell Pippen, of Ham
ilton, announces the marriafe of her
niece. Miss Margaret E. Peel, of
Hamilton and Plymouth, to Mr. Ot
tis M. Davis, of Belhaven and Plym
outh, on March 21st at Dillon, S. C.
The Rev. Frank W. Lyon, pastor of
the First Baptist Church, officiated.
Mr. Davis is now a second Class
Fireman in the Naval Reserve and
is stationed at Norfolk. Mrs. Davis,
employed in the office of the North
Carolina Pulp Company, Plymouth,
is the niece of Mr. P. P. Peel, of Wil
liamston and Roanoke, Va.
Mrs. K. B. Crawford entertained
the members of her bridge club on
Wednesday evening at her home on
Smithwick Street. In addition to the
club members, the hostess entertain
ed Mesdames P. H. Brown, Paul Roy,
T. B. Brandon, C. H. Godwin, Sr.,
and Carrie Lou Johnston.
After the guests had enjoyed sev
eral progressions of bridge, Mrs.
Crawford served them ice cream,
cake and iced drinks.
Visiting at Bayview
Mi. and Mis. Julius
spending the week-end at their
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