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Was Her* Sunday
J. E. Bufflap, of Edenton, visited
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bufflap here on
In Koeky Mount Monday
Mesdames Whitley Saunders, Ruth
Barnhill. W. E. Old and Hal Dickens
shopped in Rocky Mount Monday.
Spend Week-end Here
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Coltrain, of
Norfolk, visited relatives here last
Visit Her* Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. George Hatton Gur
ganus and daughter, Barbara, of
Norfolk, visited Mrs Mary Bonner
Gurganus here Sunday.
Returns to Elisabeth City
Mrs. Jack Sullivan has returned
to her home in Elizabeth City after
a week's visit here with her par
Was Here Last Week
Juan Crofton, of Newport News,
has been here for the past week vis
Visit Her* Last Week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor, of Nor
folk, visited here last week-end.
Spends Week-end Here
Rudolph Peele, of Newport News,
visited friends and relatives here
Shop Here Saturday
Mesdames Garland Anderson and
Herbert Sexton, of Jamesville, shop
ped here Saturday.
Were Here last Week-end
Martin and Arthur Anderson, of
Newport News, visited here last
Were Here Sunday
Mr and Mrs Cleve Taylor, of Rob
ersonville, visited Mrs. W. A James
Be QuickTo Treat
Chronic bronchitis may develop If
your cough, chest cold, or acute bron
chitis is not treated and you cannot
afford to take a chance with any medi
cine less potent than Creomulsion
which goes right to the seat of the
trouble to help loosen and expel germ
laden phlegm and aid nature to
soothe and heal raw. tender, inflamed
bronchial mucous membranes.
Creomulsion blends beech wood
creosote by special process with other
time tested medicines for coughs.
It contains no narcotics.
No matter how many medicines
you have tried, tell your druggist to
sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with
the understanding you must like the
way it quickly allays the cough, per
mitting rest and sleep, or vou are to
have your money back. (Adv )
New Army Guard
Saluting as she stands guard at the
Army Quartermaster Depot in Phil
adelphia is Elizabeth Ann Howard,
of Upper Darby, Pa. She is the first
woman to be hired as a guard at
the depot. Beside her is her team
mate while on duty, King, a well
trained police airedale terrier. She
was a stenographer before being
appointed a guard.
Visit in Rocky Mount
Mrs. Lucille Dail and daughter,
Mary Edwards, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Ramey in Rocky Mount last
Spends Week-end Here
Worth Mobley, of Portsmouth, vis
ited here last week-end.
In Edenton Last Week-end
Eddie and Sondra Bufflap visited
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E Bufflap, in Edenton last week
Visit Here Last Week-end
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Iioggard and
son, Walter, Jr., of Richmond and Mr.
C R Odom, of Ahoskie, visited Mr.
and Mrs K D. Worrell here last
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In Richmond I^ast Week-end
Mr. and Mrs. George Thorpe vis
ited in Richmond last week-end.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. Heber Roberson, of Roberson
ville, was here yesterday attending
Spends Week-end Here
David Dale Dickey, son of Mrs.
Chas. H. Dickey, of Morristown,
Tenn., and the late Parson C. H.
Dickey, spent the week-end here
In Norfolk Sunday
Messrs W. L. Lee, Jack Edmond
son, James Herbert Ward, B. F Bal
dree and G P. Hall were in Norfolk
Sunday visiting Daniel Harrell and
Mrj. Roy Harrell in a hospital. Mr.
Harrell is recovering from serious
injuries received in an automobile
accident a shot time ago, and Mrs.
Harrell is recovering from severe
burns received in an accident about
two weeks ago.
Spend Week-end Here
Mr and Mrs. Dick Bridgers, of
Norfolk, spent the week-end here
Improving Following Operation
Mr. N. K. Harrison is improving
rapidly following a major operation
in the Virginia Medical College Hos
pital, Richmond, last Thursday.
Attend Football Game
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Saunders, Jr.,
and Mrs. J. H. Saunders, Sr., attend
ed the Duke-Carolina football game
in Chapel Hill Saturday.
W as Business Visitor Here
Dr. J M Kilpatrick, of Roberson
ville, was a business visitor here yes
In Chapel Hill Saturday
Messrs. Pete Rogers and Virgil
Wohbleton attended the football
game in Chapel Hill last Saturday.
Attend County Court
Messrs. Eli Rodgers, Arthur John
son and Dennis Roberson, of Rober
sonville, attended the regular ses
sion of the county court here yester
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Tul
los. a son, Augustus Harrison, at
their home on Grace Street on Fri
day. November 13th.
Visits in Roanoke Rapids
Mrs. Bill Forrest spent the week
end in Roanoke Rapids with rela
Attend Football Game
Dr. and Mrs. John W. Williams, J.
B. Tayior and F. Bruce Whitley were
in Chapel Hill Saturday for the
Duke-Carolina football game.
Was Painfully Injured
Mr. Titus Critcher was painfully
hut not badly hurt in a fall while
hunting on the Roanoke last Satur
day. He injured his back and was
forced to his bed.
In Rocky Mount Sunday
Mr and Mi's f. D. Thrower, Mr.
and Mi's. C. B. Siceloff and son,
Charles, Jr., visited in Rocky Mount
and Tarboro Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Winford Mobley an
nounce the birth of a daughter, San
dra Fay, on November 7, 1942. Mrs.
Mobley is the formre Miss Cather
Attend Football Game
Misses Julia Clyde Waters and
Anne Fowden and Billy Peel and
J. D Woolard, Jr., attended the foot
hall game in. Chapel Hill Saturday.
Is Home For Visit
Coast Guardsman Hubert Cook is
home- from his base in Portsmouth
for a few days.
Visiting Near Here
Pfe. Seth Davis, of the FARC Den
tal Clinic, Fort Bragg, is spending
an eight-day furlough with his par
ents near here.
Was Not Able To Get Home
Mr. P. C. Blount, Jr., stationed
with the Coast Guard in Portsmouth,
was not able to get home for a visit
with relatives last week-end.
In Norfolk Last Week-end
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Roebuck spent
the week-end in Norfolk with their
Visits in Chapel Hill
Miss Gala White, teacher in the
local schools, spent the week-end in
Lions Club To Meet
The local Lions Club will hold
reir second meeting for November
on Thursday night of this week at 7
o'clock. The meeting is being held a
week early in order that the mem
bers may hear a special speaker and
also because the regular meeting
falls on Thanksgiving night All
members are urged to attend.
Is Rapidly Improving
Mr Claude Smith, who was op
erated on m a Greenville hospital
several weeks ago, has returned
home and is reported to be rapidly
In Norfolk Yesterday
Mrs. L. J. Pritchard and daugh
ters, Mesdames K P. Lindsley and
Mary Maddox, spent yelterday in
Norfolk visiting relatives.
Are Visiting Here
Mrs Paul Humphries and young
?on, Paul, Jr, are spending a few
days here with friends.
In riymouth last Week-end
Miss Ruth Roebuck spent the
week-end in Plymouth visiting
Waa in the County
Teddy Jackson, recently of Ashe
ville, is spending a few days in the
county before reporting for service
in Uncle Sam's Army down at the
camp of his namesake in South Car
olina the latter part of the week.
'Most Perfect Model in America7
According to Verge, well known illustrator of beautiful girls, Key
Aldridge is the most perfect model in Ameriee. "She has everything,"
he says. "She is not only beeutiful, but has poise, health, perfect fea
tures end?most important of ell?intelligence." Kay may not be e
model long. She's in Hollywood to begin e screen career.
\ f ICTORY
OR THE FARM FRONT
J MCWS from tfn
FARM ENGINEER URGES
PAINT FOR MACHINERY
Very little new farm machinery
will be manufactured for the dura
tion, and D. S. Weaver, Extension
Agricultural engineer of N. C. State
College, says it is absolutely essen
tial that farmers protect and pre
serve the machinery they now have.
Some machines will be irreplaceable,
he declared, and failure to protect
and preserve them may result in
not only an individual, but a nation
"Rust is one of the chief enemies
of farm machinery," said Weaver.
"Most paints form a protective cov
ering over the metal, but only red
lead paint will actually prevent
The farm engineer says that ready
prepared red lead paints are avail
able, and the only caution is to se
cure a high class product. Cheap
paint is a mistake at any time, says
Weaver, and particularly at this
lime. Standard brands turned out by
reliable manufacturers should be
Some farmers prefer to make up
their own paint. The extension spec
ialist suggests the following direc
tions in preparation of home-made
1. By volume, mix three parts of
dry red lead and one part of raw lin
seed oil. Allow this mixture to stand
at least three days so that the oil
will thoroughly wet the dry red lead.
2. Thin the paste to painting con
sistency with an equal volume of
thinning mixture composed of six
part of raw linseed oil, two parts of
turpentine, and one part of liquid
3. Stir thoroughly and strain out
lumps of foreign material. You can
not stir loo much, and frequently
paint is stirred too little.
4 Use a good brush and apply
thoroughly to all exposed surfaces
of the metal.
Record In E/ifi Production
Expected To Be Set in '43
A now record in egg production is
expected to be set next year. Since
feed and egg prices seem likely to
continue favorable to feeding layer,
experts believe there will be 6 to 8
per cent more layers on farms the
first of 1943 than a year earlier. De
spite the record egg production, it
is believed that egg prices will be
even higher next year than in 1942.
HONORS RECENT BRIDE
Last Thursday evening, November
12th, Mrs. S. J. Ward entertained at
a shower for her daughter, Mrs.
Jack Sullivan, the former Miss Em
ma Belle Ward, of Williamston.
Those present played bingo and
prizes were given to the winners.
Mrs. John A. Ward was the leading
winner. When the bingo games were
finished, fruit, peanuts and candy
pre sprvpH to the guests
Among those present were Mes
dames R. L. Perry, Perlie Rodgers,
Leslie Griffin, Mamie Corey, Amos
Perry, Dick Eppes, William Rodgers,
William Peele, Leslie Bailey, Joe
Holliday, Martha Rodgers, John A.
Ward, Carl Garrett and Julius Moore
and Miss Evelyn Holliday.
Was Business Visitor Here
Mr. Dan Roebuck, of Hamilton, at
tended to business here yesterday.
Visits in Washington
Miss Virgil Ward spent the week
end with friends in Washington.
India turns out 8 million pieces of
army clothing a month, in addition
to fleets of small war vessels and
quantities of ordnance parts and
other military equipment
NOTICE or RE SALE
Under and by virtue of an order of
re-sale signed by the Clerk of the
Superior Court in an action entitled,
"In the matter of: Edward L. Wil
son, et als. Ex Partee," the under
signed commissioners will, on Satur
day, the 28th day of November, 1942,
at 12:00 o'clock M., in front of the
Courthouse door in Williamston, N.
C., offer for re-sale to the highest
bidder for cash the following de
scribed tracts of land:
FIRST TRACT: Adjoining lands of
Eli Taylor on the North and East,
the lands of G. A. Peele on the South,
the lands of J. Aaron Hasaell and
Riddick land on the West and con
86 acres, mora or leas, a
cepting a part of said land being
heretofore sold by M. D. Wilson.
SECOND TRACT: Being all the
interest of Jane Biggs under the
Will of her father, Carey Respess,
said Will being of record in the
Clerk's office in Martin County,
which reference may be had for a
full and complete description and
adjoining lands of Eli Taylor, Alon
za Riddick, W. H. Rogers, et als.
Beginning at the head of a ditch
running a SE course along a field
hedge row to the William Riddick
line at a stake; thence along his line
? Wine from the Lake Erie Island* is
pressed from America's finest grapes.
Serve E& K.?and vour choice is the
finest Mine from tnis district! Enjoy
E& K. Ohio Port, Shcrrv, Dry Sherry,
Tokay and Muscatel...aclicious with
dessert or for afternoon or evening.
My producers of the celebrated E & R
Sauternes since 1863. Buy now...supply
limited. Engcls & Krudwig Wine
Latest Additions To The
Enterprise Mailing List
Listed among the recent addition!
to the Enterprise mailing list are the
Mrs. Mattie Davis, Jamesviile; C.
B. Bailey, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba;
Lizzie Peel, Williamston; Guilford
Flowers, Annapolis, Md.; Jasper Rog
i-rson, Williamston; Joe Leggett, Wil
liamston; Hudson Hoyle, Williams
ton; J. D. Pate, Williamston; C. L.
Nelson, Oak City; Eloise Bennett,
Williamston; Grace Whitley, Wil
aamston; Jesse James, Williamston;
Lendora Gibson, Williamston; Theo
lore Rogerson, Williamston; L. R.
Weeks, Robersonville; Mayo Harrell,
Dak City; Arthur Johnson, Sr., Rob
srsonville; Mrs. Geo. F. Johnson,
Robersonville; Paul Dixon. William
ston; Fred Taylor, Robersonville; J.
C. Eubanks, Williamston; E. P. Cun
ningham, Williamston; H. G. Mod
Im, Jamesviile; Allen Griffin, James
easterly to the Bear Trap Mill Road
lo the fork of a path extending to
Ihe Greenville Roaa; thence along
said path westerly <o the ditch, the
beginning and being the same land
deeded to Harrison Brothers & Com
pany in a Trustee's Deed by R. G.
Harrison and also being the land
surveyed March 5, 1924
THIRD TRACT A tract of land
in Jamesville Township, Martin
County, containing 56 acres, more or
less, and being Lot No. 8 in the J, E.
C. Davis land division of record in
Land Division Book No. 3 in the Reg
ister of Deeds Office of Martin Coun
ty, the description therein being
made a part of this description.
FOURTH TRACT: A 1-2 interest
into a certain tract or parcel of land
in Williamston Township, Martin
County, State of North Carolina,
bounded and described as follows: A
house and lot in the Ibwn of Wil
liams ton, N. C., bounded on the East
by Joe Griffin, on the North by Sam
Faulk, on the West by the Williams
ton-Washington Highway; on the
South by Joe Griffin, containing one
half (1-2) acre, more or less. Bought
of H. C. Hemby and known as the
"Short Place" and being the same
land conveyed to O. S. Anderson by
R. G. Harrison, Trustee, said deed be
ing of record in the Register of
Deed's office of Martin County, in
Book W-2, page 452, and being same
premises on which Biggs and Wilson
FIFTH TRACT: Same being a
house and lot in the Town of Wil
liamston, N. C., on Simmons Avenue,
adjoining the lands of Theodore Rob
erson, P. H. Brown, Dr. J. S. Rhodes,
et als, and being the same house and
lot formerly occupie dby the late J.
H. Purvis and better known as the
old Baptist Parsonage.
SIXTH TRACT: Being a vacant lot
in the Town of Williamston, N. C,
and being a part of J. G. Godard land
adjoining J. G. Godard on one side,
Marshall Avenue, Bondurant house
and lot and the Christian Church
Parsonage, Smtihwick Street and J.
The highest bidder for each tract
of land will be required to make de
posit of 10 per cent of the bid at the
Thiis 13th day of November, 1942.
B. A. CRITCHER,
Z. V. BUNTING,
Put ft few drops of Vtcks V?-tro-nol
up Sfteh nostril ftt the eery first anlfle,
sneeze or sign of naaftl Irritation. Its
quick sctlon slds
Nsture's defenses H|#s( w
?gainst colds. Follow
directions In folder. VMkA-RM
Fuel Oil Customeis
Due To OPA Rationing
Or Regulations We
N. C. GREEN, Agent
SINCLAIR REFINING CO.
Absolutely guaranteed to prevent
rust on anything. Farmers, machin
ery and implements are scarce and
may he difficult to replace. Use
Comet* in 25-pound buckets. It is in
expensive and guaranteed to prevent
Rust. Easily applied.
Appropriate for Metal Roofs
Harrison Oil Co.
MEMBERS OF OUR 1942
Christmas Savings Club
All members of our 1942 Christmas Savings Club
who have not made their final payments are
urged to do so at once so that ice may get ready
to issue checks.
Final Payments Due
Saturday, Nov. 21st
We will accept your payments through Satur
day, Nov. 21st so that you may complete full pay
ments ou your 1942 Christmas Sayings Club and
receive the full amount on your checks.
1942 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Checks Ready On
Friday, November 27. Remember This Date.
Come early Friday, November 27th. Bring your pass book
and receive your check. All checks not called for tcill be
mailed on December 5th.
1943 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB
BEGINS MONDAY- DECEMBER 7th.
Guaranty Ba|(k & Trust Co.