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Returns from Krnly
Mrs. Sadie Peel has returned from ]
a two weeks' visit with relatives ir.
Kenly and Fayetteville
Are Visiting Here
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Olmstead, of
Portsmouth, are spending the week
end here with Mr and Mrs W M
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. John Dickens, of Suffolk,
spent Tuesday here as a business vis
Return from Baltimore
Misses Isolene Gardner and Ann
Hardison returned home last night
from a buying trip to Baltimore
Spending Week-end Here
Thad Harrison,- who is attending
a Coast Guard school in Norfolk, is
spending the week-end here with his
mother. Mrs. T. F Harrison
Leave for Ahoskie
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whedbee
left yesterday for Ahoskie where
they will spend a few days wtih Mr
In Jamesville Wednesday
Mesdames W. W. Beaird and Ru
pert Cowan spent Wednesday after
noon in Jamesville visiting relatives.
Returns from Valdosta, Ga.
George Cunningham, who has been
working on the Valdosta. Ga., to
bacco market for the past several
weeks, returned home Tuesday *
Arrives Here Yesterday
Mr A. C. McClure. a buyer on the
local tobacco market, arrived here
from Louisville. Ky.. yesterday
Visits in Ahoskie
Miss Nancy Mercer has been the
guest of Miss Jeane White in Ahos
1cie ali week.
In Goldsboro Yesterday
Benny Weaver and Burke Parker
spent yesterday in Goldsboro with
Visits Here Tuesday
Miss Mary Lily Moore, of Raleigh,
spent Tuesday here visiting friends.
Returns to Wilson
Miss Daisy Lawrence*, the house i
guest of Miss Katherine Manning fori
the past two weeks, left Monday af-1
ternoon for her home in Wilson.
Arrives Here Wednesday
Mr Jo?l Muse, buyer for the Ex
port Tobacco Company, in Douglas.
Ga., arrived here Wednesday morn
| ing to spend a few days with his fam
In Raleigh Yesterday
Mrs. S. R. Biggs and daughter,
Miss Nancy, spent yesterday in Ral
eigh with relatives. They were ac
I companied by Misses Elizabeth Par
| ker and Mary Charles Godwin.
L^eave for Pamlico
Mesdames Elbert S. Peel and Wil
liam Manning, accompanied by their
children, Billy Bob, Jane and Wil
liam. left Wednesday to spend a few
days at Pamlico.
Arrives Here Sunday
Mr. Lawrence Lindsley arrived on
Sunday to spend his furlough with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. P. Linds
ley. Mr Lindsley is stationed at
Lowrey Field, Colo.
Visit in Roanoke Rapids
Mesdames John Peel, Luther Peel,
and Albert Coltrain spent Wednes
day afternoon in Roanoke Rapids
visiting friends and relatives.
Returns from Philadelphia
M iss Helen Lindsley, who has been
the guest of Philadelphia friends~far
the past several days, has returned
In Plymouth Yesterday
Misses Marjorie Dunn and Olena
Bell Swain spent yesterday in Plym
Visits in Washington
Mr. S. Home Biggs spent yester
day afternoon in Washington with
ins brother. Jack. who continues
quite ill in a hospital there.
Visit Here Wednesday
Mesdames R. Joseph Whitehurst.
W C Whitehurst. Clayton Carson
and son. Tom, F. F. Pollard and sons
| Julr and Fred, of Bethel, visited Mrs.
Vernon Bunting here Wednesday.
Were Business Visitors Here
Messrs. Luke and Wilson Lamb, of
Wilson, were business visitors here
last Monday afternoon.
Here This Week
Miss Rosa Lee Bullock, of Bethel,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roger Critch
er, II, this week.
To Visit in Richmond
Mis Vernon Bunting will spend
this week-end in Richmond visiting
Miss Gay Stephenson.
Visits in Norfolk
Miss Irene Bullock was the week
end guest of Mr. Walter Taylor in
Spending the Week Here
Mrs. G. F Weaver, of New York
City, is spending the week with rel
Visiting in Aulander
Mr. Bill Burroughs is spending the
week in Aulander where he is the
guest of Mrs. Floyde Stowe.
After she had spent last week with
Robersonville relatives, Mrs. W B
Weaver has returned home.
Shops Here Wednesday
Miss Rachel Mobley, of Raleigh
and Everetts, spent Wednesday
morning here shopping.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. O. S. Green, of Williams Town
ship, was a business visiter 4*ere en
Is Visiting Here
Mrs. Octavia Cone, of Richmond,
is the guest here of her daughter
in-law. Mrs. P B. Con*.
In New Bern This Week
Mrs. J. W. Watts is the guest of
her brother, Henry Wadsworth, in
New Bern, this week. She was ac
companied there by her son, John.
Arrives Last Night
Jerry Manning, who is now sta
tioned in Chicago, arrived last night
to spend his furlough here with his
parents. Mr. and Mr^s. Lewis Man
In Belhaven This Week
Mrs. Pat Crawford is spending the
week with Mrs. W. A Ellison in Bel
Were Here Wednesday
Miss Kathryn Mewborn and Mrs.
Virgil Mewborn, of Tarboro, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. L. B Wynne here
Returns from Norfolk
Miss Marguerite Cooke, who has
been the guest of friends in Norfolk
for the past week, returned home
Wednesday evening Miss Cooke left
yesterday for another visit with
friends in Wilson.
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McClellan Has 1st Evening Mass
Saying Benediction at the first evening field mass for the troops at
Fort McClellan, Ala., is the Very Reverend Stephen ponohue, Bishop
of New York and Ordinary for the Most Reverend Francis J. Spell man.
Archbishop of New York and Military Vicar for the U. S. armed forces.
A special outdoor altar was constructed for the service at which more
than 1,000 officers and men were present.
Rocky Mount, Aug. 18.?The mar
riage of Miss Eloifle Keathley Land,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Graham
Burton Land, Sr., of this city, and
Roy Clifton Malone, son of Mr. and
Mrs Ellis Malone, of Williamston,
was solemnized in a ceremony of
simple dignity and charm at the
Church of the Good Shepherd on
The Rev. John Hardy of William
ston, officiated at half after four
o'clock, using the impressive ring
ritual of the church.
The altar vases were filled with
lavendar and white gladioli and Ca
thedral candles burned in the seven
branched candelabra. Prior to the
service a program of nuptial music
was given by Mrs. E. H Austin, or
ganist The traditional wedding
marches were used.
The bridal couple were unattend
ed and entered the church together.
The bride wore for her wedding a
lovely dress of Navy sheer crepe with
matching hat and accessories. Her
corsage was of white roses and lilies
of the valley.
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Malone left for a short
wedding trip, after which they will
be at home at Wrightsville.
Mrs. Malone received her educa
tion in the Rocky Mount schools and
prior to her marriage was connect
ed with the Carolina Telephone and
Telegraph Company Mr. Malone at
tended school in Williamston and
Louisburg and is employed by the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.
Among the out-o-f-town guests
were: Graham Land, Jr., of the Unit
ed States Navy; Mrs. W. B. Lana, of
Wilmington, grandmother of tne
bride; Mr and Mrs. Ellis Malone,
parents of the bridegroom; Miss Ru
by Malone, Milton Malone, Miss Bes
sie Malone, the Rev. and Mrs. John
Hardy, of Williamston; Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Malone, of Edenton; and Mas
ter B. T. Reville, Jr., of Florence, S.
In thi' tobacco edition of The En
terprise there was a half page ad
on the fair, which is to be held the
week of September 28th. In the copy
of the ad, there was a statement
about drivers of an auto that was
carrying two or more people would
be admitted free. But this is not the
case at all. This statement should
read: In a horse-drawn vehicle car
rying two persons the driver will be
admitted free of charge. And the
management also added that free
parking space will be provided for
the horse-drawn vehicles
Mrs. William Shepard Dewey an
nounces the marriage of her daugh
ter, Alice Pauline, to Mr. Arthur
Andrew Deim on Wednesday, June
17, 1942, at Dillon, S. C.
Is Visiting Here
Mr. Ellis Ramey, of New Bern, is
spending a few days here visiting
Spending Furlough Here
Corporal Francis Peel, of Camp
Lee, Va.. is spending his furlough
here with his mother, Mrs. Sadie
In Washington Wednesday
Misses Thelma and Elizabeth Bai
ley spent Wednesday morning visit
ing in Washington.
Returns Home Wednesday
Mrs. Reba Cooke, the guest of rel
atives in Drivers, Va., for the past
week, returned home last Wednes
Returns from Chapel Hill
Mr. V. J. Spivey returns today
from a three-day civilian defense
school held under the direction of
the Institute of Government in Cha
Visiting In Plymouth
Mrs. W. J. Keel is spending the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Durand
Keel in Plymouth.
Arrive Here Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Buster of Har
rodsburg, arrived yesterday to spend
several months here while Mr. Bus
ter is representing Liggett and My
eri on the local tobacco market.
James Willis Ward, passing his
mental examinations yesterday, is
undergoing physical tests today at
Fort Bragg for entrance into the
Army Air Corps as a flying cadet
Visit Here Tuesday
Mrs. N. C. Everett and daughter,
Mildred, of Robersonville, visited
here Tuesday morning.
Miss Ruth Ward has returned
home after recovering from an op
eration for appendicitis in a Wash
Sheriff C. B. Roebuck attended the
annual convention of North Caro
lina sheriffs in Raleigh Wednesday.
In Raleigh Wednesday
Mrs. Shelbon Hall visited in Ral
Are Visiting in Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mizelle and
daughter and Mrs. G. P. Hall are
spending a few days In Norfolk.
Improving in Hospital
Mrs. Jack Leggett is improving in
a Washington hospital.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. E. G. Anderson, of Roberson
ville, was here yesterday attending
Return from Wilmington
Mrs. B. S. Courtney and Miss Mary
Carstarphen are returning today
. from a brief visit with friends and
'relatives in Wilmington.
Contineus Quite 111
Mr. Willie Robertson continues
quite ill in a Washington hospital.
Ls Visiting Here
Geo. Lee Roberson, a member of
the Army Air Corps, is home from
Bedford, Mass., for a few days.
With tobacco markets open and
prices higher than last year, the to
bacco outlook is relatively bright,
reports J. E. Mann, extension econ
omist of N. C. State College. A con
tinued flow of lend-lease shipments
and prospects for an increase in
domesitc consumption, mainly in
the form of cigarettes, are responsi
ble for the improvement in the to
Quoting the latest tobacco report of
the Bureau of Agricultural Econom
ics of the U. S. Department of Agri
culture, Mann said: "The 1942 flue
cured tobacco crop is estimated to
total about 740 million pounds. This
is 90 million pounds larger than the
1941 crop, but the gain is offset by
an expected decrease in carry-over
of approximately 90 million pounds."
The 1942 burley crop is expected
to be 350 million pound*, the USD A
report ehowt. Thi* is atoat the equiv
alent of the disappearance of bur
ley tobacco in 1941. As ia the case
of flue-cured, some increase in dis
appearance is anticipated this year
because of increased cigarette con
Mann said that the tobacco report
shows, further that the Commodity
Credit Corporation acquired about
500 million pounds of the 1939, 1940
and 1941 flue-cured crops. Up until
June 30, 1942 nearly all of the to
bacco from the 1939 crop, a third of
the acquisitions of the 1940 crop, and
a small part of the 1941 acquisitions
had been released into trade chan
nels by the CCC.
The USDA report shows a flue
cured crop of 149,200,000 pounds in
the North Carolina-South Carolina
border belt, or 23.8 per cent above
1941; a crop of 259.300,000 pounds in
the bright belt, or 7.7 per cent above
1941; and a crop of 259,700,000
pounds in the old and middle belts
'of North Carolina and Virginia,
Time Marches On
And So Do Tax
Pay Now & Save
A penalty of only four and one-half
per cent is being charged on 1941
taxes during the month of July, but
on August 1st the penalty will rise.
Pay your taxes during the remain
ing days of July and save the
M. L. PEEL, Tax Collector
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