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Spends Several Days Here
Alec Barnes, of Murfreesboro,
spent the past several days here with
his aunt, Mrs. J. H. Sauaders.
Aw Visiting Here
Mrs. Clinton House and son, John
Clinton, of Robersonville, are the
guests of Mrs. House's parents, Mr.
and Mrs, John L. Rodgerson, here.
Spend Week Here
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bloom, of
Norfolk, spent the week here with
Mrs. Prank J. Margolis.
Returns from Durham
Little Miss Hariett Ward, who has
been visiting Miss Judie Johnson in
Durham for the past two weeks, will
return home tomorrow
Shops Here Yesterday
Mrs. Dorothy Manning, of Farm
Life, was a shopper here yesterday.
Is Seriously HI
Mrs. Louis Manning is seriously
ill in the Tayloe hospital, Washing
ton. She was rushed there late Wed
Returns from Montreal
Mrs Anna Harrison, a week's vis
itor to Montreat, returned home on
Loaves for Norfolk
Miss Lorene Weaver left Wednes
day for Norfolk and Blacksburg. Va.,
for a week's visit.
In Robersonville Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. William Everett and
daughters, Sarah and Barbara, were
the guests of Mr. Everett's parents in
Are Visiting Here
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stalls and
daughter, Dorothy, of Norfolk, have
been spending this week here as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weav
Retarns from Norfolk
Msr. W. M. Myers has returned
home from a visit with Norfolk rel
Is VUltiqg Here
Mrs. Frederick Hoyt, Sr., of
Smithfield, is the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. William Glover, and Mr.
Return from Yanoeyvtlle
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Martin have
returned from a visit to Yanceyville
where they were the guests of Mrs.
Martin's sister, Mrs. Helen Poteat
In Norfolk Tuesday
Mr. Victor Champion spent last
Tuesday in Norfolk where he visit
ed his son, Dick, who had under
gone an operation there.
Returns to I
Mrs. Grover Godwin, who has been
the guest of the Leslie Fowdens for
the past week, returned to her home
in Roanoke, Va., last Sunday.
In Durham Tuesday
Mr. Verner Godwin, Jr., spent last
Tuesday in Durham where he was
a business visitor.
Spends Tuesday Here
Mr. P. V. Jones, who is now em
ployed in Elizabeth City, spent Tues
Awarded Navy Cross
Rear Adm. E. J. Marquart, com
mandant of the Third Naval Dis
trict, awards the Navy Cross to
Claud Becker, 24, coxswain, for
merly of the cruiser Marblrhtati and
now attached to the Brooklyn, N. T.
Navy Yard. Becker was cited for
climbing into a smoke-filled com
partment with three others to help
carry about twenty men to safety
after a Jap dive-bombing attack in
the Java Sea.
Visit at Bay view
John Hattun Gurganus and Clay
ton Crofton were visitors at Bay
view last week-end
In Wake Forest This Week-end
Miss Marjorie Dunn is the week
end guest of Wake Forest friends.
Returns from Florida
Jack Saunders has returned home
from a visit with friends in Talla
Visits Near Here
Mrs Daisy Purvis spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Mamie Tay
lor at her home near here.
Recovering from Operation
Mr. W. T. Cullipher is recovering
at his home following an operation
in a Norfolk hospital.
Leaves for Sanatorium
Dr. John W. Williams leaves Mon
day lot Sanatorium where he will
take a special course in X-ray.
Visit Here Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Corey, of
Griffins, visited here yesterday af
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Rawls an
nounce the birth of a son, William
Phillip, July 14th, at the Brown
In Greenville Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Spivey and Mrs.
A. J. Osteen visited in Greenville
Vacation at Bay view
After they had vacationed at
their Bayview cottage for several
days, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peel re
turned home Wednesday.
Were Business Visitors Here
Messrs. J. E. Flick, of New York,
and J. A. Leasley, of Washington,
were business visitors here Wednes
Vistiing in Jamesvllle
Miss Ethel Barber, of Washington
City, is visiting friends and relatives
in Jamesville this week.
in Plymouth Tuesday
Misses Christine Jenkins and An
nie Mae Bailey spent Tuesday after
noon in Plymouth,
Spends Wednesday Here
Mrs. W. T. Phelps, of Norfolk,
spent Wednesday with her niece.
Mrs. W. T. Cullipher, and family.
In Norfolk Last Week-end
Miss Lavaughn Hardison was the
guest last week-end of Miss Reba
Gardner in Norfolk
i'isit Here Wednesday
Mrs. W. L. Barber and son, Leon.
Ir.. of Norfolk, were the guests of
Vlrs. Barber's sister-in-law, Mrs. W.
r Cullipher. and family, last Wed
lecovering from Operation
Friends of Miss Lorraine Griffin
vill be glad to learn that she is re
?dvermg from an operation she un
ierwent in a Washington hospital
looting Here This Week
Little Miss Paula Barber, of Nor
folk, is spending this week with her
lunt, Mrs. W T Cullipher. and fam
In Windsor Tuesday
Mrs. Henry S. Manning spent
Tuesday with friends and relatives
. - i . ? .
Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dunn,
a daughter, Nancy Arrington, at
Roanoke Rapids hospital on July 23.
Mr. Dunn taught school here two
years ago. Mrs. Dunn, the former
Miss Nancy Glover, will be remem
bered as the capable French teach
er in the local schools.
Is Visiting Here
Miss Edna Laws, of Itougemont, is
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Miss Marian Pender has accepted
a position at Cherry Point. She will
begin her new work there next Mon
Fish Near Here
Mesdames Jimmy Harris, Edwin
Holding, Bill Spivey and daughter,
Beth, Robert Coburn and son, Bob
by, T. F. Harrison, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Parker and children, Eliza
beth and Ralph, spent Wednesday
afternoon at Ray's Camp near here
Visit at Albemarle Beach
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Williams, Jr.,
and daughter, Elva Jo, Miss Chris
tine Jenkins, and Mr. Gus Gardner,
of Plymouth, spent Wednesday af
ternoon at Albemarle Beach.
Are Visiting Here
Bobby and Barbara Enright, of
Fayetteville are visiting their grand
mother, Mrs. Sadie Peel, here for
Visits Here Wednesday
Mr. Hardy Thompson, of Golds
boro, visited friends here Wednes
FOR YOUR CAR, TOO.'
You can give your car the same protection against wear that the
Army gives many of its "Jeeps", tanks and other vehicles. Just
see your nearby Sinclair Dealer. He has Sinclair lubricants of
the same quality used by the U. S. Army.
To save wear on your engine, ask for Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil.
Opaline stands up better and lasts longer because it is de-waxed
and de-jellied. Have your Sinclair Dealer drain and refill your
crankcase with Opaline every 1,000 miles.
USE IT WISELY
N. C. GREEN, Agent
WDJJAMSTON, N. C.
Plant Machine Guns Nazi Rattlesnake
This German submarine, caught la the Bay of Biscay by a British Sunderland flying boat 0< tha RAF
Coastal Command, undergoes heavy machine gun fire. The U-boat, en route to the Atlantic was forced to
the surface by bombs dropped from the plane. When the bombs were exhausted, the fliers used marhino
gun fire. Result, the U-boat fieri, half submerged, leaving a trail of oil on the water.
Winning Ways In
City Softball Loop
Brmrs anil Dodgers Defeated
In Pair of Exciting
Friday, July 31st
Dodgers vs. Braves
In the first game of Wednesday's
twin bill, the Martins handed the
under-manned Braves a 9-8 defeat
in the first over-time game of the
season. The game went nine infiings,
or two extra stanzas, and was the
best game seen this campaign. Had
the Diaves beenableio place a full
10-man team on the field the out
come might have been different.
They were without the services of
I The- game started off with each
team tallying three times in the
| first. The Martins scored on D. Cobb's
single and stolen base, an error, and
doubles by Green and Kimball, while
the Braves accounted for their three
on Harrell's single, a fielder's choice,
singles by Roper and Spivey and a
two-base hit by Joe Griffin. Each
team added one apiece in the sec
ond to leave the score at 4-all.
The Braves took a two-run lead
in the fourth as they added two more
runs, but this was annulled as the
Martins counted three .times in the
sixth to go ahead by one tally. How
ever, the losers came back for an
other run in the last of the seventh
to tie up the game and send it into
overtime. In the ninth the Martins
scored twice, after each club failed
to score in the eighth, to break the
deadlock The Braves rallied desper
ately in their half and managed t<>
get one run across on an error and
J. Griffin's single, but the tying run
died on base. Bernard Hurley, in his
first pitching assignment, hurled
well.for the losers. George Cunning
ham led his mates at bat with two
for four, while four others had two
for five. Cortez Green, with a sin
gle, double and homer in four trips
was naturally the leader for the win
Cardinals 7, Dodgers 4
The red-hot Cards continued their
winning ways by defeating the Dodg
ers in the second game Wednesday
to extend their winning streak to
five straight and to increase their
league lead to two full games. The
winners were off to a flying start,
and tallied twice in the first, third
and fourth to build up a 6-0 lead as
Oswald Stalls was blanking the op
position, The losers scored once in
the fifth on Jack Manning's single,
a walk to Eagles, and a single by H.
Wynne, and then they rallied for
three more in the sixth on as many
hits plus one error. The Cards scored
their final run in the sixth as Stalls
tripled and came on home on a bad
throw-in from center field.
Parson Piephoff, with two walks
and a single for three trips was best
for the winners at bat while Boykin
had three for three for the losers.
Fitzgerald and G. Wynne featured
Move to Plymouth
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Booker and
son, Jack, moved today to Plymouth
where they will make their home
and where Mr. Booker will continue
his work as editor and manager of
the Roanoke-Beacon without having
to commute each day.
Leave for Norfolk
Arthur Anderson and Bennie God
win left yesterday for Norfolk where
they have accepted positions.
Are Visiting Here
Mrs. B. F. Cox and sons, Perry and
Paul Davis, of Auburn, Ala., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Perry
here for two weeks.
Were Here Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Bunting, of
Bethel, visited Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Bunting here Tuesday.
Are Visiting Here
Misses Lorena Dawson, of Kins
ton; Blanche Dawson, of Clinton,
and Margaret Adams, of La Grange,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Some Stuff, Eh?
Braves Ab R II
Hanoi 1. ss 5 11
H. Koberson. If 5 0 2
Saunders, lb 5 3 1
Roper, e 5 12
Spivev. cf 5 1 1
J. Griffin, rf 5 0 2
Davenport, 2b 5 0 2
G. Cunningham, 3b 4 1 2
Hurley, p 3 11
Totals 42 H 14
?Martins Ab R II
B Poele, c ; 5 H 0~
f). Cobb, sf 4 12
Green, lb 4 2 3
Godwin. 3b '400
Kimball. If 4 2 2
Everett, cf 4 2 0
Grimes, ss 2 1 1
F. 1 alley, as 2 0 Q_
Waters. 2b 4 0 2
Hoyle, rf 2 0 0
E. Hardy, rf 2 11
J Hardy, p 2 0 1
Ptitman, p 2 0 1
?Totals 44 8 13?
Score by innings: R
Martins 310 003 002?9
Braves 310 200 101-8
Winning pitcher: J. Hardy.
Dodgers Ab R n
Wobbleton, c-3b 4 0 2
Eagles, If 3 0
H. Wynne. 3b-c 4 0
Cherry, lb 4 0
G. Wynne, sf 4 1
Lassiter, 2b 3 1
Boy kin, ss 3 1
C. Summerlin, rf 3 0
Jack Manning, p 3 1
W Li I ley, cf 3 0
Totals 34 4 1
Cardinals Ab R
Critcher, 3b 4 2
Sharpe, 2b 4 0
Piophoff, lb 1 2
C. T Roberson, cf 3 0
Hall, c 2 0
Fitzgerald^ ss-sf 3 1
Gurganus, If 3 1
Stalls, p 2 1
Bnl flap, sf 2 0
Miller. sf'SS 1 0
Jas. Manning, rf 1 0
C. Griffin, rf 2 0
Totals 28 7 1
Score by innings: ]
Cardinals 202 201 0?
Dodgers 000 013 0
(lontinuv* III In
A Wasliinilhm Hospital
Mr. Willie Robertson was removed
to a Washington hospital last Tues
day afternoon, in a Biggs ambulance.
In declining health for several
months. Mr. Robertson continues
seriously ill. However, late reports
state that hi' is resting some better
than he did earlier in the week.
entertains bridge club
Miss Thelma Lilley wus hostess to
the members of the Tripoli bridge
club at her home last Wednesday
After the guests had enjoyed three
progressions of bridge, during which
time the hostess served them fruit
punch, the hostess presented the high
score prize, a luncheon set, to Mrs.
Dillon Cobb; the guest prize, crys
tal ash trays, to Mrs. Miller Harrell,
and the low score prize, Yardley's
toilet water, to Mrs. Bill Howell.
Later to Misses Ann Getsinger, Lu
cy Williams, Marjorie Lindsley,
Mary Rngerson, Bolton Cowan, Ad
die Lie Meador, Mamie Clyde Tay
lor, Evelyn Lilley, Mesdames Mil
ler Harrell, Steve Clarey, Dillon
Cobb, and Bill Howell. The hostess
served a sweet course.
? i ? i?s
In Richmond Yesterday
Messrs. W. M. Myers and J. E.
King were business visitors in Rich
Shop Here This Morning
Mesdames J. Eason Lilley and
Nancy Peel and Master John Lilley
shopped here this morning.
In Greenville Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bunting vis
ited relatives in Greenville Wednes
Shop Here Thursday
Mesdames Robert Adkins, Clay
tun KecJ' and Miss Sue B. Keel, of
Robersdnville, shopped here Thurs
Visit Here Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Bunting, of
Bethel, visited relatives here Thurs
NEEDN'T EMPTY YOUR PURSE
Oranges may get higher, but if you
give them up, don't forget cabbage,
tomatoes, peppers and parsley These
foods are some of the richest sources
of Vitamin C known to man Vita
min C is the great healing vitamin.
Tt helps you recover from colds and
influenza. It helps hold our tissues
together and cements our teeth.
Cabbage, that constant inexpen
sive and lowly vegetable, has been j
raised to the throne of nutritional
glory since science has found that
its "leafy green is rich in Vitamin C.
Since-Vitamin C is destroyed by heat
cabbage is naturally at its richest
Watercress and parsley are more'
than a decoration; they are food.:
Don't treat them as you would the [
dully under the plate of cookies. Eat
them and rejoice that nature has giv?
en you so much in so pleasant a
form. These foods lend a nice note
of dark green to the bowl and are j
sure to be eaten when mixed in a
Tomato juice may often be substi
tuted for orange juice. A glass of to
mato juice gives you a little more
than one fourth the Vitamin C you
get from orange juice. Canned toma
to juice is reasonable in price nil
year 'round. But when you drink it,
make sure you get a good size.
Today, peppers are our greatest
food bargain on the market. From
the point of view of Vitamin C,
they are cheaper even than the hum
ble cabbage, and ounce for ounce,
are four times richer in Vitamin C
than orange juice. You may not be
able to get the family to eat them
in quantities, but you can slice them
up to add flavor and color to nearly
Mix mayonnaise separately with
finely chopped raw green peppers or
finely chopped watercress, finely
chopped raw cabbage, and grated raw
carrots. Pack in layers in small
molds. Turn out on lettuce. Garnish
with radishes and rosettes of cream
cheese. Service with French Dress
1-2 c olive or other salad oil
1-2 tsp pepper or paprika
HOUSE GUI8T HONORED
Honoring Miss Mvrjorie Lin ten, of
Charlottesville, the house guest of
Miss Nancy Biggs, Misses Mnrjorie
Dunn, Elb.abeth PaTker, Nancy
Biggs add Mary Charles Godwin en
tertained at a swimming party at
the lo?al pool Wdenesday night.
In addition to the hostesses and
honoree, Misses Ann Fowden, Mar
lan Hurley, Katherine Manning, and
Messrs Stuart Critcher, Bob Levin,
J. E Boykin, John Miller, Arthur
Anderson, Jack Saunders, Bernard
Hurley, James Ward, Billy Peele,
Joe Davenport and Elmer White, of
Windsor .enjoyed their swim.
In Plymouth Wednesday
Mr. James Thomas visited friends
in Plymouth last Wednesday night.
Was Here Wednesday
Clarence Britton, who has been
transferred with the armed forces to
New Mexico, spent Wednesday here.
Was Here Last Week
Sgt Clarence King* of Camp For
est, Tenn., visited friends here last
1 tsp salt
Place ingredients in smaU, cover
ed bottle or glass jar. Chill thor
oughly. Just before serving, shake
vigorously one or two minutes.
Cole Slaw with Buttermilk
4 v raw cabbage finely shredded
1 2 c American cheese
2 tbsp vinegar
2 tsp prepared mustard
2 tsp salt
2 tsp brown sugar
1-2 tsp paprika
Few grains cayenne pepper
1 c buttermilk
Green pepper rings
. Toss, cabbage with cheese. Com
bine remaining ingredients except
pepper rings; pour over cabbage and
cheese. Toss lightly; garnish with
Tomato Juice ? I
No tomato juice is superior in fla
vor to that which is made, as need
ed, by pressing home canned toma
toes through a fine sieve.
Tomato Juice ? II
Select firm, ripe tomatoes, wash
well, peel and drain. Cut in sections.
Simmer until softened. Stir occa
sionally to prevent burning. Put
through sieve fine enough to re
move seeds. Bring just to simmering
and pour immediately into steriliz
ed jars. Process in water bath 5 min
utes Follow the jar cap manufactur
er's directions for perfect sealing.
S E R V I C E
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Jc wrier*. for Fu*t and
Peele's ? Jewelers
121 MAIN TEL. 55-J
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Co educational Standard Junior College
Claw V-l Reserve Army, Navy or Marine Corps
(One and two yean)
The over-all cost for tuition, room, board, and general
is $315. A service scholarship of $60 ma; be awarded to I
boarding student who desiras It, thus reducing the cash pay
ment to $255.00.
A special counseling and guidance plan la effective thi
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LOUISBUkG COLLEGE, LOL'ISBUEG, N. C.