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Approved Are Those
Of County Farmers
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tires; Johnnie W. Rodgerson. two
tAs; M. E. Rogers, one tire; Marvin
H Leggett. one tire; Mrs W. S. Mal
lory, two tires; John H. Roberson.
one tire; A. R. Johnson, two tires;
Billie Davenport .two tires; Danie)
DeMary, three tires; A. D. Ward,
three tires; Henry Vernon Jenkins,
two tires; W. C. Bailey, two tires;
Mrs. L. B Brown, two tires; J. C.
Martin, four tires; R H Edmond
son, two tires; R. M Quinn, two
tires; James Mann, two tires; H. B
Bowen, three tires; Milton Jackson,
two tires; J. W Perkins, three tires;
W. D. Gurganus. four tires; James
Elbert Davenport, two tires; J. J.
White, two tires; John A. Hardison,
two tires: Clyde Williams, two tires;
W. C. Hale, four tires; L. S. Davis,
three tires; Theodore Warren, two
tires; Peggy C. Ward, one tire; C. E
Flanagan .two tires; Thurman O
Nicholson, one tire; E L Fields, four
tires; J. D. Wynne, two tires; Hugh
F. Jordan, two tires; Rufus Lynch,
three itres; J. B. Whitfield, three
The following applications were
rejected for one reason or another:
Mrs J. A. Baird. four tires; Miss
Effie Waldo, four tires; Jos, G. God
ard. III, three tires; Fenner Respass,
two tires; Geo H Leggett. two tires;
J. F. Council, two tires; H. D Har
rison, Jr.. two tires; LeRoy L. Stone,
four tires; Joseph C. H. Johnson,
three tires, and Mrs. Lula Coburn,
Certificates for recapping truck
tires were issued to the following:
F. L. Rogers, two tires and one
tube; Julian H Harrell, one tire and
one tube; Sadie Mae Jones, two
tires and two tubes; Romulus Revels,
two tires and two tubes; William O.
White, two tires and two tubes; H
G. Harrison, three tires and three
tubes; Mrs Edward W Jones, tire
and tube; W. A Manning. Jr., two
tires and tubes; C. D. Bullock, two
tires and tubes; Oak City Gin Co.,
four tires; John A. Manning, four
tires; John Gurkin, four tires;; N. C.
Pulp Co., eight tires: John W Green,
two tires; E. Hoyt Manning, one tire;
U. S Hassell, two tires; Wm. Edgar
Davis, two tires; J. A Everett, five
tires and five tubes; R. L. Ward Coal
and Wood Co., four tires.
Rev. Luther Ambrose To
Preach At Cross Roads
Rev. Luther M Ambrose, pastor of
the Maple Grove Christian Church,
will, beginning next Monday night,
conduct a series of services at Christ
ian Chapel in Cross Roads Town
sRip The services will continue
through the week and the public
is cordially invited to attend.
The Fannie Biggs circle of the
Baptist Church will meet Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at Mrs.
John Miller's home on Marshall Ave
Miss Dolly Bowen, of RFD 2, is
spending a few days in Pine Level,
N. C., visiting Rev. and Mrs J. G.
Local Green Wave
Williamston High's Green Wave I
scored another victory here Thurs- ]
day night when the locals triumph -
edover a strong Windsor Hi team |
by the score of 6-0.
Both teams were well matched. |
and the first half ended in a stale
mate. Williamston opened the sec
ond half with renewed spirit, and I
mid-way of the third period made j
the only touchdown of the game.
The scoring play was set up by a
Windsor fumble on their twenty yard
line. Bud Lilley recovering the ball
when the Windsor kicker fumbled
on an attempted punt. Three plays
netted the locals only five yards be
fore Gurganus threw a pass into the
end zone to Bennie Weaver, who
caught the ball as he fell to the
An attempted line plunge for the |
extra point failed.
Late in the fourth period a pass I
from Gurganus to Billie Peele set
the stage for another score, but the
attack bogged down when Perry in
tercepted a Williamston pass on the
Windsor five yard line. Neither team
threatened after this point in the
game, and the whistle sounded with
the ball on the Windsor forty yard
Willoughby, back; Spruill, end,
and Cowan .tackle, were outstand
ing for the visitors.
All of the local boys played well [
in spite of the fact that they were
Griffin, guard; Hardison .tackle;
and Lilley. end, played an excellent j
brand of ball for the Green Wave, ]
Lilley gaining 75 yards on end plays
In the backfield, Myers, Woolard,
Peele and Gurganus played alert
ball, with Ben Gurganus completing
five passes to Billie Peele.
The locals engage Columbia here
on the local field Friday night, No
Hap|>eiiin?;s In The
On Friday evening, October 23rd,
the Hamilton school had its annual
Hallowe'en party. A program entitl
ed "The Pixies Hallowe'en Ball" was
presented before a large audience,
after which a baby contest was held.
There were many contestants but
Billy Everett and Betty Frances Hai
slip were the winners. The prizes for |
both were defense stamps.
Following the contest, bingo .fish
ing, pitching pennies, fortune tell
ing, cake walking and peanuts and
ice cream were enjoyed by all.
The profit for the night's enter
tainment was $41.62.
The school is proud to say it has
turned in 41,990 pounds of scrap ma
| terial for defense. For several thous
and pounds of this; it owes its thanks
; to Paul Rogers Peele, who worked
| faithfully with mule and cart in ga
thering it from all over town. For
Paul's interest in the call of our
country, he was awarded by the
PTA a check for two dollars and a
I half. The school received $36.36 for
the amount it turned in.
On Thursday evening, October 29,
the Tobacco Tags visited our school,
adding $15.51 more to our bank ac
We have a lar^r etuek on hand. If you'll
take our advice you'll Iniy NOW.
WHILE YOU CAN CUT II
F armersSupply Co.
You Can Get Anything
TO FURNISH YOUR HOME
And in furl everything that ran tie bought
under present War Regulation*
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Eattern Carolina'i Nearett Large Shopping Center
FOR SALE New
Slmndard Simc ? 40x72 Inchem
Sl&de, Rhodes Co.
HAMILTON, NORTH CAROLINA.
I Expecting Marked
Reduction in New
Tire Quotas Soon
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I inactive list, meaning that they were
[not rejected outright but that they
have little chance of being approv
The rationing board was in ses
sion all day clearing the applications,
leaving sixty-two including a num
ber of current ones filed since the
last meeting and calling for twelve
new truck tires and eight tubes and I
nine car tires and seven tubes, for |
New truck tires and tubes were is-1
sued to the following:
William A. Mobley, Williamston, |
one tube for farming.
James L. Knowles, RFD 1, James
ville, one tire and one tube for farm.
Martin County Transfer Co., Rob-1
ersonville, four tires and four tubes |
for hauling tobacco.
Roberson Slaughter House. Wil
liamston, four tires and four tubes
for wholesale meat deliveries.
W. A. Manning, RFD 1, William
ston. one tire and one tube for farm
John Gurkin. RFD 1, Williamston,
one tire and one tube for general
J. H Revels, RFD 1, Williamston,
four tubes for farm.
Leslie T. Carrow, Willaimston, two
tubes for hauling lumber.
Herbert Little, RFD 1, Oak City,
two tubes for farm.
John W. Green, RFD 1. Williams
ton, two tubes for farm.
John A. Manning. Williamston,
two tires and two tubes for hauling
C. M. Hurst, Robersonville, two
tires and two tubes for ice and fuel
V. G. Taylor, Everetts, one tire
and tube for farm.
Farmville-Woodward Lumber Co., I
three tires and three tubes for haul-1
H. L. Purvis, RFD 1, Bethel, one |
tire and one tube for farm.
Slade, Rhodes and Co., Hamilton,
one tire and one tube for hauling
peanuts, wagon wheels and farm
New automobile tires and tubes
were allotted to the following:
Mrs. Watt Daniel Burton, Wil
liamston, one tire and one tube for
C. B. Roebuck, Williamston, two
tires and two tubes for sheriff's of
R F. Crawford, Robersonville, one
tube for farm.
In calling for new tires, the appli
cants must give the serial numbers
of their old tires, it was pointed out.
Obsolete tires were allotted the
Wheeler F Peaks, Williamston,
two tires for farming.
W. F. Peaks, RFD 2, two tires and
three tubes for farm.
Claude Bryant. Palmyra, four tires'
and two tubes for farm.
Daniel Hardison, Jamesvilie, one
tire and tube for ministerial work
and traveling to and from work.
Marion F. Hodges, RFD 1, Wash
ington ,one tire for farm.
Gussie Harrison. RFD 2. William-1
ston, two tires and one tube for
W M Davis, Jamesville, one tire
and tube for farm.
H B. Bennett, RFD 1, Palmyra,
two truck tires for farm.
E W Williams, Oak City, two tires |
and tubes for farm.
Greater Number Of
Readers In County
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our Coast Guard and Navy officials.
Of endless value in the wartime
kitchen, is Alice B Winn-Smith's
Thrifty Cooking for Wartime. This
book gives basic recipes in various
fields of cooking?recipes which are
practical, economical, and easy to
change. Following each recipe are
"thrifty changes" which offer varie
ty in the use of foods still available
during the rationed period.
They Were Dependable is the stir
ring story of the members of Motor
Torpedo Boat Squadron 3 who made
the perilous trip to take MacArthur
out of Bataan?a war story related
by the men fighting it.
Inglis Fletcher's new book. Men
of Albemarle, is now available. Here
is another novel of the early days
in North Carolina?lords and ladies,
Quakers, Indians and provincials
share in the fighting, love-making,
religion and political strife.
The schedule for the bookmobile
in this county is as follbws:
Monday, Nov. 2?9:15, C. B. Allen's
Service Station: 9:30, Edwards' Serv
ice Station; 10, Hamilton school;
11:05, in front of Hamilton Bank;
12:45, Gold Point school: 1:35, Jim
Johnson's Service Station; 2:10, Rob
ersonville public library
Tuesday, Nov. 3 ? 9:30, Hassell
school; 10:20, Hassell post office;
11:16, Oak City school; 1:05, Wilbur
Barrett's drug store; 1:45, Smith's
store on Palmyra road.
Wednesday, Nov. 4?9:00, Williani
ston high school; 9:45, Everetts
school; 10:35, J. S. Ayers store, Ever
etts; 11:30, Cross Roads church; 12:30,
Elementary school, Robersonvllle;
1 45, Robersonville high school; 2:30,
Parmele post office.
Thursday, Nov. 5?9:00, WiUiam
ston elementary school; 11. Farm
Life school; 12:45, Smithwick's
Creek; 1:15, Corey's Cross Roads;
2 00, Bear Grass school; 100, Terry
Friday, Nov. ?? 9:30, Jordan's
store, Dardens; 10:26, Browning's
store; 11, Ange town intersection of
road; 11:20, Poplar Chapel church;
12:46, Jameeville school; 3:20,
Brown'* store, Jamaaville.
Bishop T.C Darst To
Preach Here Sunday
The Rt Rev. Thomas C. Darst,
Bishop of th^ Diocese of East Caro
lina, will make his annual visit to
the Church of the Advent and St.
Martin's. Hamilton, this week-end.
The Bishop and Mrs. Darst expect
to arrive at the Rectory late Friday
afternoon in time for the Parish sup
per at the Woman's Club at 7^:30
At the Parish supper members of
the Church of the Advent will give
short talks on various phases of the
work of the Parish. Mrs. J. Paul
Simpson will take on the "Place the
Church School in the Life of the
Parish"; Mrs J. H. Saunders on
"The Place of the Woman's Auxili
ary in the Life of the Parish"; Mr.
David R. Davis on the "Every-Mem
ber Canvass." Mr. W. Iverson Skin
ner will present the budget for 1943.
Bishop Darst will make the main
speech of the evening, speaking on
"The Diocesean Objective."
All members of the Parish are ex
pected to be present.
On Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
the Rector will present several per
sons to the Bishop to receive the lay
ing on of hands in Confirmation.
The Bishop will also preach at this
service. On Sunday night at 8:00
o'clock the Bishop will preach at St.
Martin's, Hamilton, and also con
firm a class. It is hoped that not on
ly the members of these churches
will attend the services but that oth
er people of the communities will
be with us for this great occasion.
Bishop Darst needs no introduc
tion to the people of this section as
he has made many friends here dur
ing his long ministry as Bishop. He
is one of the most forceful and in
spiring preachers of the Episcopal
Church. He is held in high esteem
and loved by all who know him and
his friends are to be found in all
faiths. The people of our commun
ity are cordially invited to hear the
Bishop at the services of both
churches this week-end.
Only Two Nominees
On Long Ticket Are
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preme Court, ^ Emery B. Denny for
Associate Justice of Supreme Court
Short Term expiring Dec. 31, 1942,
Emery B. Denny for Associate Jus
tice of Supreme Court Regular term
beginning Jan. 1, 1943, R. Hunt Par
ker for Judge Superior Court, 3rd
District, Clawson L. Williams for
Judge Superior Court, 4th District;
W. C. Harris for Judge Superior
Court, 7th District, J. H. Clement for
Judge Superior Court, 11th District,
F. Donald Phillips for Judge Super
ior Court, 13th District; Frank M.
Armstrong for Judge Superior Court,
15th District; Julius A. Roussea for
Judge Superior Court, 17th District,
J. Will Pless, Jr. for Judge Superior
Court, 18th District, Zeb V. Nettles
for Judge Superior Court, 19th Dis
trict, Felix E. Alley for Judge Super
ior Court, 20th District, Herbert C.
Bonner for member of Congress from
Donnle Gilliam for Solicitor from
2nd Judicial District, Hugh G. Hor
ton and E. A. Daniel for State Sena
tors from 2nd District, Clarence W.
Griffin for House of Representa
tives, L. Bruce Wynne for Clerk Su
perior Court, C. B. Roebuck for Sher
iff, R. H. Smith for Treasurer, J. C.
Smith for Judge Recorder's Court,
S. R. Biggs for Coroner, A. Corey for
Surveyor, C. A. Roberson, Joshua
L Coltrain, C. D. Carstarphen, R. L.
Perry and R. A. Haislip for County
On the Republican side of the bal
lot, Sam J. Morris is opposing Bailey
for the senate, and J. C. Meekins, Jr.,
is opposing Bonner for the house.
There are no announced Republican
nominees for other offices.
There is no opposition to the Dem
ocratic ticket in the county and Chas.
R. Moore is unopposed for William
ston Township constable. There are
no other township ballots.
There are two proposed amend
ments to the North Carolina State
Constitution to be voted on next
Tuesday, and one of them is about
to overshadow the regular ballots.
The electorate is being asked to vote
"For State Board of Education
Amendments," or "Against State
Board of Education Amendments."
The other proposed amendment the
electorate is asked to vote for or
against provides that solicitorial dis
tricts need not be the same as the
judicial districts of the State.
The polls open at the usual voting
places in the thirteen county pre
cincts next Tuesday morning at sun
rise and close at sunset.
Marines Are Making
Desperate Stand In
The Solomon Islands
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ly be determined within weeks and
Jap air fields in Burma have been
attacked again, and the Allied air
forces were again active over Ger
many and occupied territory last
The most brutal story coming out
of the war and affecting our own
men was told yesterday after more'
than a month's delay. Down in the
Solomons, the Japs arranged a fake
surrender that coat the lives of 2S
Mannes. The Japa were said to have
waved a white flag, held their fire
until the Marines were upon them
and then opened with machlnegun
Turn to Other Crops
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a few farmera plan to start picking
tomorrow in the county, but in most
cases the goobers will hardly be dry
enough to warrant picking before
week after next.
The crop has already started mov
ing to market to the south of here,
but the volume of sales was hardly
large enough for a price to be estab
lished. Approximately 1,500 bags of
the new crop were delivered to the
cleaners at this point here yester
day. the quality being described as
Preparations are being completed
this week for starting milling oper
ations at the plant of the Williams
ton Peanut Company about next
Monday or Tuesday, but the farmers'
stock will come mostly from farms
along the border. Local peanuts will
hardly start moving in volume to
the markets before week after next.
Judge R. L Coburn
Has Nine Cases In
The County Court
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the court nol prossed the case charg
ing Harry Gorham with bastardy.
Judgment was suspended upon the
payment of a $50 fine and the costs
in the case charging Jonah Cleni
mons. Sr., with carrying a concealed
weapon. The defendant pleaded guil
ty in the case.
Charlie Roberson, adjudged guil
ty over his own plea of innocence
in the case charging him with being
drunk and disorderly, was sentenced
to the roads for four months. The
sentence was suspended upon the
payment of a $50 fine and the case
Charged with larceny and receiv
ing, Jim S. Godard was found not
Charged with being drunk and
disorderly and resisting arrest, Wil
liam Johnson was sentenced to the
roads for sixty days.
Charged with operating a taxi
without a chauffeur's licenses, Willie
Green pleaded guilty, the court sus
pending judgment upon the payment
of the case costs.
The 46th Week
Of The War
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members who crash landed in areas
controlled by the enemy." Complete |
examination of the reasons for main
taining secrecy about the results of
the raid cannot be made even yet,
the OWI stated. Lives "of great value
to the American cause" would be en
dangered by "the very explanation"
the announcement said.
| Service In Everetts
Baptist Church Sunday'
Rev. Albert Lamm, Wake Forest |
College ministerial student, will con
duct the regular morning worship
service at 11 o'clock in the Everetts
Baptist Church, it was announced
today Rev. W. O. Andrews, resign
ing the pastorate a few days ago to
enter the armed services as a chap
lain, left this week to enter upon his
The public is cordially invited to |
I hear the visiting minister.
Missionary To Speak In
The Bear Crass School
Miss Anna Dean Cole, of Birm
ingham. and a returned China mis
sionary will speak in the Bear Grass
school next Tuesday evening at 8:00
o'clock. In addition to telling of her
work and experiences Miss Cole will
shown pictures of China.
The public is cordially invited to
hear the missionary.
In Roper This Week
Miss Margaret Lilley visited rela
tives in Roper this week.
FOR QUICK, QUALITY DRY
cleaning service, bring your clothes
to Pittman's. One day service on any
garment. Suits,, coata and dresses, 86
cents, cash and carry. 65c delivered
Pittman's Cleaners. fS-tf
FOR RENT ? 4-ROOM APART
ment and bath. Newly painted. If
interested, see Mrs. R. J. Peele, 300
Haughton St., or phone 180-W. 027-tf
FOR SALE ?WE HAVE ONE 1MI
model General Electric Range. A
deluxe model with factory installed
clock and timer, two utility drawers
at bottom, twin oven units, and many
other General Electric features. If
interested, call by and see the range
at B. S. Courtney's, Williamston, N.
JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF
sofa beds. If you need one it will
pay you to stop by early as this may
be the last ones available for the
duration. B. S. Courtney, Williams
ton. N. C. o30-2t
ANNOUNCEMENT ? OF NECE8
sity I will be out of my shop for
approximately two months. In my
absence Messrs. Grady Thomas and
M. P. Joyner will be in charge. I ap
preciate the patronage accorded me
over these many years by my friends
and I hope you come to see these
men in my absence. C E. Jenkins,
proprietor Jenkins Barber Shop
DONT roUKT TO RADI IN
your old suit or overcoat on a new
one at Pittman's. 500 suits and 180
topcoats to select from. Pittman's.
FOR 8ALE AND AT THE RIGHT
price. Lion Brand Salt. Carload
just received. Moore Grocery Com
pany, Williamston. o27-2t
LEATHER COATS ? WE HAVE
them in all styles and colors,
Suedes. Capeskins and Horsehides.
Sizes 36 to 82. Pittman's.
GLASSES FOUND BT BUSTER
old, front Watts TTieatre, Wed
nesday night. In case with name of
Dr. John" T Campbell. Owner may
secure glasses at Enterprise upon
condition they pay for this adver
FOR RENT: FIRST-FLOOR APART
ment on West Main Street. Ideal
for small family. $22.50 per month.
See C. H. Godwin. o27-2t
FOR SALE: LARGE .
men's used suits. All styles and
sizes. $4.9$ to $12.90. Pittman's.
WINTER PEAS, VETCH A CLOV
er (or sale. Large quantity on hand.
Inoculation for sale. Better buy
now. Lindsley lee Company. oS0-2t
WINTER RYE AND CORN FOR
sale. Large stock of both on hand.
Buy now for you'll pay more later.
Lindsley Ice Company. o30-2t
LOST: BETWEEN WILLIAMS TON
and Pantego, on Monday. October
26, two luggage bags containing
clothing. Finder please return to
Rosie Lee Slade, c-o Cotton Club,
Williamston and receive $5.00 re
WANTED: MAN FOR RAWLE1GH
Route. Permanent if you are a
hustler. For particulars write Raw
leigh's, Dept. NCJ-251-103, Rich
mond, Va. ,
*?? wiluamston Id
Coats and Suits
The wish of every well
dressed woman is to own
a Coat or Suit by Swans
down . . .
Endorsed by all Fashion Maga
zines and distributed by . . .
Shop here for fashionable
clothes for all the family.
Our prices ur<* nu higher than
the average, yet we feature
Or To Whom It May Concern
Due to labor conditions and Office of
Price Administration credit restrictions
it is necessary that we go
On Cash Basis
Effective November 1
1942 AND NOT 1943
We thank our friends and customers for
their past business and hope we may con
tinue to serve you in the future as we
have in the past.
We regret that we mutt go on a cash basis
but due to General War Conditions it be
comes quite necessary. No exceptions
will be made.
R. L. Ward Coal
and Wood Co.