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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, November 06, 1942, Page 4, Image 4

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Transferred to Salt Lake City m Pvt. Lyman L. Britt was recently transferred from Keesler. Field, Uiss., to the Army Air Base at Salt Lake City. In New Bern This Week Mrs. J. W. Watts and Mrs. T. B. Brandon visited in New Bern this week. Visiting in Chicago Mrs. W. B. Gaylord is visiting her husband in Chicago, 111., this week end. Mr. Gaylord has just recently entered the officers training school. Spending Week-end Here Jimmy Leggette, of State College, Raleigh, is visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. A. Leggette. here this week-end. h Norfolk Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Dick Daniel were in Norfolk Thursday. -O Visiting Here This Week Mrs Ella Caho, of Aurora us visit ing Mrs. Frank Weston, here this week. -e Retorn from Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. John R Coltrain, Jr., and Miss Sallie Coltrain returned Wed nesday after visiting Pvt John R. Coltrain, Jr., who is stationed at Nashville, Tenn Colds' Coughing Here's Easy Time-Tested Way To Get Relief Get after those distressing spells of coughing and ease misery of the cold the widely used Vicks way... Boil some water. Pour it into a bowl. Add a good spoonful of Vicks VapoRub. Then breathe in the steaming medicinal vapors With every breath VapoRub's medication soothes Irritation, quiets coughing, helps clear head and upper breathing passages, roa ADDED RELIEF... At bedtime rub Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest and back. Its poultice-vapor action works for hours to bring you comfort. In Norfolk Friday Mrs B F. Lilley. of Jamesville, visited in Norfolk Friday. Spending Week-end Here Rudolph Peele, of Portsmouth, is visiting friends and relatives here this week-end. Recovering from Operation Mr C. E. Jenkins is in a Green ville hospital recovering from an operation performed last week. Returns to High Point Mrs. Emmett Edward has return ed to her home in High Point, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. Janie Knox, here for a few days. She was accompanied by her grandson, Wil ton Knox. Spending Weke-end Hrrr Miss Virgil Ward, of E.C.T.C., in Greenville, is spending the week end here with her mother, Mrs. Lu cy Ward. ? Shop Here Wednesday Mesdames Edgar S Woodley and Mury Armstrong, of Creswell, shop ped here Wednesday. Spending Weke-end Here Misses Mary Warren and Betty Rose Gurganus, of E.C.T.C., Green ville. are visiting in their homes here for the week-end. Return from Raleigh Mrs. Leighton P. Roper and sons returned Wednesday from a visit in Raleigh with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Stanley Winborne. Visiting in South Carolina Miss Edna Earl Rawls is visiting in Bennettsville, S. C., over the week-end. a la Tarboro Last Week-end Mi and Mrs. Jack Manning visit ed in Tarboro last week-end. Is Vlsttlng Here Miss Betty Winborne, of Raleigh, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Leighton P. Roper, here for a few days. Were Here This Week Mr/and Mrs. F W. Sally, of Golds boro, visited Miss Edith Stallings here this week. *? In Norfolk Thursday Mrs. Grace Swain and Miss Mar guret Lilley visited in Norfolk on Thursday. IF VOL NEED TO SHOP YOL CANNOT FIND IT AT HOME VOL WANT TO SAVE ROCKY MOUNT STORES CAN HELP YOU Visit ROCKY MOUNT Eastern Carolina's Nearest Large Shopping Center ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Purvis, of Bethel, entertained at dinner last Sunday for Mrs. Purvis' mother, Mrs. G. W Manning, and Mr. and Mrs. W B. Bennett, of Oak City; Mrs. M. L. Bellamy, of Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bennett, of Oak City, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stinnette, of Williamston. Strictly a family affair the men and women and their children were served a delightful and enjoyable meal. BIRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. John D. Harrison, Jr., enter tained at a party Wednesday honor ing her son, Stephen Gene, on his second birthday. The honored guest received many gifts. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Lon nie Bullock, served ice cream and cake to the following: Mary Lynn Pate, Vivian Pate, Jim mie Bullock, Arlen Mizelle, Earnest ine Harrison, Janie Harrison, Betty Lou Dudley, Billy Dudley, Carolyn Ann Bullock, Frances Johnson, San dra Modlin and Fred Chesson. BIRTHDAY DINNER A surprise birthday dinner was given Mr. John S. Meeks on his 82nd birth anniversary at his home near here a few days ago by his grand son, Ira J. Meeks. Enjoying unusual ly good health and very active for his age, Mr. Meeks greatly enjoyed the dinner. Spending Week-end Here Jim Critcher, of State College, Raleigh, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Critcher, for the week end. Attend Church Meet Mesdames J. O. Manning, H. O. Jarman and C B. Roebuck attend ed a Christian church meeting in Washington Thursday. Shop Here Yesterday Messrs. Dewey Edmondson and Willie Briley, of Hassell, were here yesterday shopping. Returns to Portsmouth Mr. P. C. Blount, Jr., of the U. S. Coast Guard, Portsmouth, returned to his post of duty Wednesday fol lowing a visit with Mrs. Blount and friends in Jamesville. Returns from Tennessee Mrs. Henry Griffin returned home yesterday afternoon following a sev eral weeks' stay with her father, Mr. M. H. Evans, who has been quite ill at his home in Nashville, Tenn. Was Business Visitor Here Mr E. L. Glover, of Oak City, was here yesterday attending to busi ness. ? Called to Fort Bragg Volunteering his services as a chaplain in the armed forces, Rev. Z. T. Piephoff was called to Fort Bragg Tuesday for a physical ex amination. It could not be learned if and when he would be called into active service. In Washington Yesterday Mr and Mrs H M. Burras were in Washington yesterday afternoon vis iting Mrs. Lizzie Smithwick, who is recovering rapidly from an opera tion in a hospital there. Coolerators The New Refrigerator Made from the plasties ami materials not needed or used in the pro duetion of war materials. Modern Ice Refrigerator NOW ON DISPLAY n""V_ r It is economical to operate and guaranteed to keep food* in perfect condition. Don't fail to tee this new refrigerator. B. S. COURTNEY WILLI AMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA. Activities In 4-H Clubs Last Month "I feel like I have learned so much and really I am much more interest ed in my 4-H work than ever before." This was the reaction from Ola Gray Williams, dress contestant. There were eight girls who entered the contest. Ola Gray Williams, of the Farm Life school club, was the win ner. Louise Rogerson, of the Wil Uamston club, received honorable mention, and also Dorothy Brown Manning. There were eleven other participants in this contest. "I am beginning to be far more interested in 4-H work," so said Margaret Rob erson, county canning contest win ner. There were ten who entered this contest. Miss Ola Gray Williams, winner of the dress contest, was also entered in the Clothing Achievement contest. Mrs. John Biggs and Miss Mary Carstarphen were the judges at the County Dress contest. Scores were discussed with the girls and all understood what points they should make improvement on to gain more recognition. There were twelve meetings held with girl 4-H clubs during the month. It was impossible to organize the Senior Oak City club during the month owing to lack of time. The home agent showed all junior girls what work should be done to earn a certificate for this year, and gave a demonstration "The apron pattern and how to place it on your goods." Older girls were shown a slip cor rectly made and suitable for the con test. Happenings In The Farm Life School The Parent-Teacher Association of the Farm Life school will have its regular meeting Thursday, Novem ber 12th, at 8 p. m. Everyone is cor dially invited to attend. A portion of the program will be given by the Home Economic department. With the help of the PTA, the school was able to secure Miss Eliz abeth Daniels to teach public school music. Miss Daniels is also teaching private lessons to those that wanted them. The school is hoping to or ganize a glee club and rnythm band. Miss Daniels began work Monday, November 2nd. The school has sold 9,620 pounds of metal and has in a pile on the school campus around 1260 pounds now. People in the community sold 9.295 pounds making a total of 18, 915 pounds sold since the metal drive was started in this county. Hie av erage per student was about 71 pounds. The honor roll for the first grading period is as follows: Second grade: Wilbur Edwards, Billy Harris, Paul Harrington, Rod ney Lilley, Henry Roberson, Gerald Jordan Woolard. Third grade: Joseph Carol Griffin, James Adrian Hardison, Thelma An thlee Jones. Fourth grade: Jean Carole Griffin, If you're riHMMf m laothof tires...bore's a tip ? These days, bald tires say "Walk!" You're outdoors more? in nipping winds. So it's just good sense to change from Summer underwear to Hanks Winter Sets. These popular middleweight garments keep you warm outdoors without being uncomfortable in doors. You'U appreciate them if you're conserving fuel with a cooler house this Winter. You also have the gentle, athletic support of the Hanesknit Crotch Guard. Conveniently placed open ing. Flexible waistband. choose room these NAMES Win TEH SETS Wear . short .1m*. or iJavtlai shirt with ankle-length Drawers (shown above) or with mid-thiah Shorts (Fig ure A). Ask for HANKS WINTER SETS for boys, too. NAMES UNION-SUITS (See Figure B.) For man who need avao warmer underwear Tailored to ezaat cheat arid* and trunk laa*h? (bay won't pinch ar pud Anhll I lamh ??ritlTu /' i It^l I ? y*^ wfw w iMm School Reports On Scrap Collections The last of the scrap metal col lected by local students during the recent campaign was removed from the grammar school yard last Wed nesday afternoon. "Oie last load brought to a total of thirteen the number of truck trips made to re move the varied collection from the high school and grammar school yards. Students and their parents brought a total of 42,155 pounds of iron, old tin, rubber, etc., to the scrap piles at the two schools during the nation wide campaign. The grammar school students more than doubled the amount collected at the high school, bringing in a total of 28,805 pounds. The high school collection yielded 13,350 pounds. Checks in the amount of $54.59 for the high school and $104.12 for the grammar school have been deliver ed to the winning rooms by Princi Ruth Lilley. Fifth grade: Janice Hardison, Le ona Hardison. Seventh grade: Mary Ola Lilley, Dorothy Perry, Rachel Gurkin. Eighth grade: Mary Dean Hardi son, Lessie Manning, Susie Manning, Bettie Perry. Ninth grade: Christine Lilley, Mar garet Manning, Grace Peele, Mar garet Roberson. Eleventh grade: Hazel Hardison. Jamesville Baptist A revival meeting will bagin at the Jamesville Baptist Church next Monday night, and continue each night through the week, closing on the third Sunday. Tune, 7:49 p. m. Rev. J. C. Kidd, from Bennett, N. C., will be with us, to do the preaching. We especially invite the church peo ple in Jamesville and surrounding community to be with us in this meeting and pray that the Lord will give us a great revival in Jamesville. The public is invited. Please be on time. IMPORTANT MEETING All members of the Junior Wo man's Club are urged to be present on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the Woman's Club. This meeting is of special importance. In Washington Yesterday Mrs. J. R. Everett and son, Roddy, visited in Washington yesterday af ternoon. ^aTaN?Hixl The sixth grade room of Miss Edith Bradley was the winner at the grammar scohol and the eighth grade room of Mrs. Wheeler Man ning led the high school rooms. The winning rooms will serve as treasurers of the funds. Grammar school funds will be spent to improve the auditorium stage, and the high school funds will be used to provide visual aids for the classrooms. Banks to Close Wed., Nov. 11th To Observe Armistice Day BRANCH BANKING & TRUST CO. GUARANTY BANK & TRUST CO. Piney Grove Baptist Regular services at Piney Grove Baptist Church Saturday and In lay at 11 o'clock. You pastor will be looking lor you, and the public is invited. ? Transferred to CsHtoraia S. W. Manning, Jr., son of Mrs. S. W. Manning, who has been station ed in Sebring, Fla., has been promot ed to Aviation Cadet at Santa Ana, California. NOT* or THANK* We wish to take this means of ex pressing our most sincere apprecia tion for the many acts of kindness done and the expressions of interest and sympathy extended during the recent illness and death of our un cle, John T. Price. We also grateful ly acknowledge the beautiful floral offering. Mr. and Mrs. Maylon Price and Family Watches Watches are getting scarcer every day. If you need a watch or are planning to BUY ONE FOR CHRISTMAS We suggest that you stop by today and let us RESERVE YOUR SELECTION A small deposit will hold any item until Christmas Peele's - Jewelers "Gift Center" PITTMAN'S 4th 1938 ? 1942 giTthdaU We Thank You! YOU, our customers, have made this possible and we thank you. We are grateful to every customer, and every friend. Your pat ronage, your good will, is responsible for the continuance and the success of this business. Men's SUITS W# have so many fab- | rice, so many colors, so many sizes, made in such a variety of styles, it is useless to try to describe them here . . Come in and see them. TOP COATS Cavalry Twills, Covert Cloth, Herringbone and ev ery fabric. Built in the easy fitting models. Long wearing quality and prices reasonable. Students' SUITS The finest and the moat elaborate display of young men's salts in this section of the state . . Sixes 14 to 20. Any j Sility at i ric. Sss To celebrate our Fourth Anniversary, we are Special Values to our many customers. PITTMAVS ^ CLEANERS PRESSERS

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