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The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, December 08, 1942, Page 4, Image 4

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Leave for Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Peel left this week for Kentucky, where Mr. Peel will be on the tobacco market. In Richmond Last Week-end Mrs. Virginia Cutchins visited in Richmond last week-end. Spends Week-end Here Miss Ruby Winstead, of Whitakers, visited Miss Katherinc Bradley here last week-end. Was Here Last Week-end Miss Hennie Gurganus, of Norfolk, visited relatives here last week-endi In Windsor Last Week-end Mr. and Mrs. Roger Critcher, Jr., visited in Windsor last week-end. Visits Here Last Week-end Miss Mamie Clyde Taylor, of Edenton. visited her mother, Mrs. Mamie Taylor, here last week-end. Spends Week-end Here Miss Julia Everett, of Cherry Point, visited relatives here last week-end. In Rocky Mount Saturday Mesdames K. D. Worrell, W. T. Martin, Herman A. Bowen and J. B. Taylor shopped in Rocky Mount on Saturday. Will Arrive Today Misses Faye Gurganus and Mary Gwen Osborne will arrive today! from Fort Monmouth, N. J., for a week's visit with their families be fore going to Detroit where they will be employed in defense work. In Durham Monday Mrs. E. T. Walker visited in Dur ham Monday. Spends Week-end Here Miss Susie Clark, of Washington, visited Mrs. Paul Jones here last week-end. In Washington This Week Mrs. Steve Clary is in Washington this week on business. Returns to Tarboro Mrs. John Frailley returned to Tarboro Sunday after visiting her sister, Mrs John L. Rodgerson, here for a few days. In Richmond Monday Misses Catherine Hardison, Mary Carstarphen, Nell Harrison, Mrs. Ed win Holding and Mrs. Jimmie Harri son spent Monday hi Richmond. Enters Sea Bees Simon Earl Perry, Jr., has enter ed the Sea Bees of the U. S. N., and is receiving his training at Norfolk. HELPS PREVENT COLDS From Dovoloping ... At the first sneeze, sniffle or sign of nasal irritation, put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Its quick action aids nature's defenses against colds. Follow directions in folder. VA'TKO'NOt Name Lake After Her P.ose Teed, 20, !? proud of the fact that a lake la going to be named after her in Kodiak Island. Alaska. She attributes the honor to her wide and growing correspondence with men stationed on the Alnsknn is and, none of whom, she has met. tCentral Frew) Birth Announcement Born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Har rison on Tuesday, December 1st, a son, Phil Ellis. Mrs Harrison is the former Miss Quillie Louise McGow an. ? Leaves for Florida Mr Eddie Trahey, who has been ill for the past two months, left last Fri day for Miami, Fla., where he will visit his brother for several days. Has Been Promoted Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Crockett re cently received a notice from their son, Tom, stating that he had been promoted from a second lieutenant to the rank of a first.lieutenant. Was Business Visitor Here Mr. John Eubanks, of Hassell, was a business visitor in town yesterday. Leaves fur Kentucky Mr. James Griffin left last week for Kentucky where he will be lo cated during the tobacco season. In Rocky Mount Saturday Misses Doris Leach and Blanche Harrison visited in Rocky Mount on Saturday. Marriage License Issued A marriage license was issued in this county last week to Willie B. Bullock, of Oak City, and Polly Eve lyn Whitaker, of Williamston. Is Getting Along Very Well Undergoing his third major oper ation in a Greenville hospital re cently, Mr, Claude E. Jenkins is get ting along very well. In Suffolk Friday Mrs. John A. Manning visited in Suffolk Friday. To Meet Tomorrow The local Woman's Club wlil hold its regular meeting in the club rooms tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Philathea Class To Meet The Baptist Philathea class will meet Friday night at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs W. E. Old. Leave for Texas Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dunn and chil dren, Miss Marjorie and John, left Sunday for Brooks Field, Texas, to attend the graduation of W. E. Dunn, Jr., from an aviation school. Is Visiting Here Lieutenant O. S. Anderson, Jr., of Waycross, Ga., is spending a few days here with relatives. Was Business Visitor Here Mr! W. S. Martin, of Roberson ville, was here yesterday attending to business. In Tarboro Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tilmon Coltrain vis ited in Tarboro Sunday. Attend Court Here Messrs. Wm. Gray, Dennis Rober son, Paul D. Roberson, J. C. Smith and Patrolman Thompson, of Rober sonville, attended court here yester day. In Raleigh Thursday Messrs. Robert Everett, Joe Wins low, Irving S. Clark, F. U. Barnes and Miss Grace Whitley were busi ness visitors in Raleigh last Thurs day. Visiting in Spring Hope Mrs. D. L. Speight is visiting in Spring Hope for a few days. Visits in Washington Miss Ray Leggette visited friends in Washington Sunday. Spend Week-end Here Jo Jo Thigpen and Juan Crofton, of Newport News, visited relatives here last week-end. In Raleigh Today Messrs. R. W. Bondurant, Henry D. Harrison, Jim Cook and C. G. Crockett are in Raleigh on business today. * Auxiliary To Meet The regular monthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Saturday afternoon in the Auxiliary room at 3 o'clock. Visit in Rocky Mount Mesdames H. O. Peele and Ben Courtney visited in Rocky Mount on Saturday. In Washington Sunday Miss Adelene Flowers visited Washington Sunday. Spends Sunday Here Miss Bolton Cowen, of Edenton, visited relatives here Sunday. Is Quite III Here Mrs. Onward Roberson is quite ill at her home on East Main Street. MISTER-JOHNSON The wedding of Miss Ruby Wood ard Johnson and Gilbert Glenwood Mister, Staff Sergeant, United States Marine Corps, took place Sunday af ternoon, November 29, at the home of the bride's parents. Dr. William Burrell, of Williamston, officiated in the presence of a few close friends and Relatives. The living room was simply decor ated with white chrysanthemums and crystal candleholders with light ed white tapers. Prior to the ceremony Mrs. Calvin Stokes, of Greenville, rendered pre nuptial music. The traditional wed ding marches were used. The couple entered unattended. The bride wore a dress of beige crepe trimmed with brown sequins, with brown accessories. Her corsage was of green orchids. Mrs. Mister is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Johnson, of Hamilton. For the past several months she has been employed at the U. S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N. C. Sergeant Mister is the son of Mrs. James C. Mister and the late Mr. Mister, of Manteo, and is now sta tioned at Cherry Point. Immediately following the cere mony Sergeant and Mrs. Mister left for Cherry Point where they will make their home. For traveling the bride wore a suit of brown faille with brown accessories and Russian lamb coat. Leaves for Greensboro Mrs. Dan Sharpe left Tuesday to visit with relatives in Greensboro for a few days. Visit in Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thorpe were in Richmond last week-end visiting Mr. Thorpe's brother who continues in a hospital following an accident several weeks ago. Returns from Army Mr. "Hack" Gaylord has return ed home for an indefinite stay fol lowing a three-months basis train ing period in the Army. State College Hints For Farm Homes By RUTH CURRENT Beans are high in food value and low in cost There are red kidney beans, pea beans, white narrow beans, yellow-eye beans, white kid ney beans, black ^urtle soup beans, and all the rest. Eat beans for energy, eat them for economy, eat them for patriotism; but eat them often. North Carolina grows them, almost every kind for almost every purpose. Appeal! Beans appeal in cost, in convenience of storage, in their va riety, and in their keeping quality. They are good in soups, in salads, and in sandwiches. Nutrients are plentiful in beans. They contain protein for body build ing, carbohydrate for energy, and many of the vitamins and minerals for general good health and growth. Serve beans hot; serve them cold; serve them as a main dish for din ner, or as a pick-up for supper. Serve them simply, or attractively garnished and seasoned. Beans are as American as is apple pie and today it is doubly import ant to use them because they are low in cost and high in food value. (When combined or served with milk and eggs they may take the place of more costly meats.) Mr. Farmer and Logger For years past, many of you have sold us, during off-farming sea I sons, both small and large amounts of logs. We have depended upon this source for approximately 25 per cent of our log supply. We realize that due to the shortage of labor, many of you do not plan to harvefs your timber crop this year. LOG PRICES ARE HIGH ?BUT THAT IS NOT THE QUESTION . . . LABOR IS SHORT ?BUT THAT IS NOT THE ANSWER . . We Need and Must Have More Logs Logs to manufacture boxes into which will be packed materials, such as truck parts, jeep parts, ammunition, clothing and hundreds of other articles for the use of the Army and Navy. In Producing Log For Us You Will Be Lending A Helping Hand In Whip ping the Axis Powers! OUR MAIN OBJECT TODAY IS TO HELP THE BOYS OVER THERE TO DO A QUICK JOB! If you do not have a truck, we will arrange to truck from your woods. We Need Gum, Pine, Cypress, Maple and Sycamore?Our Price Will Please! IF YOU ONLY HAVE ONE TRUCK LOAD, WE WANT IT. s Plymouth Box ? Panel Company PLYMOUTH, NORTH CAROLINA Buy Psr Savingt Stamp* and Bond* MAJOR The highest rank attained by a Martin County boy in the Army during the current war was earned last week by Wheeler Martin, Jr., of Williamston. Com missioned a 2nd lieutenant, he soon was made a first lieutenant. Not so long ago he was made a captain and last week he was made a major in the C. 8. Army Air Corps. Latest Additions To The Enterprise Mailing List Listed among the recent addition! to the Enterprise mailing list are the following: B. B. Taylor, Hamilton; Gaston L. Savage, Norfolk; S. L. Ellis, James ville; N. D. Griffin, Williamston; W. F. Peaks, Williamston; Herman Rog erson, Gadsden, Ala.; H R. Peel, Jamesville; E. L. Glover, Oak City; Irving Coltrain, Williamston; W. W. Edmondson, Oak City; J. P. Bland, Roper; Carroll Fagan, Jamesville; L A. Bullock, Williamston; William Ewell, Everetts; Fred Rogerson, Newport News; Geo. H. Manning, Chicago; Henry Spruil, Windsor; W. J. Edmondson, Robersonville; Cpl. | Roy A. Hinson, Miami, Fla.; T. F. Harrison, AS, New York City; W. B. Peel, Maysville, Ky.; Luther M. Cratt, Curtis Bay, Md.; Clyde V. Hassell, Williamston; Mrs. Daj^y Pope, Williamston; J. C. Williams, Oak City; C. C. Fleming, Jamesville; Mrs. P. H. Brown, Williamston; M. J. Cotton, Oak City; C. H Simpson, Jamesville;; S. S. Moore, Williams ton; Dr. J. D. Biggs, Williamston; j Mrs. J. E. Smithwick, Jamesville; J. E. Smithwick, Norfolk; Mrs. Dm* Brown, Jamesville; Wheeler Roger son, Williamston; Pfc. Hildreth Rog erson, Fort Benning, Ga.; G. L. Coop er, Jamesville; Ben Peel, Jamesville; Luther Hardison, Williamston; Mrs. J. W. Peaks, Everetts; Roy Clark, Williamston; J. T. Thompson, Rob ersonville; Robert Taylor, Rober sonville; Ed Lloyd, Robersonville; N. R. Peel, Williamston; Chas. God win, Jr., Williamston; Lon Wynne, Robersonville; W. H. Davis, James ville; Mrs. Sam Mobley, Plymouth; Jas. D. Roberson, Williamston; Wm. D. Manning, Williamston; Dennis Peel, Williamston; Jos. W. Bailey, Everetts; Pvt. Edwin Carson, Gulf port, Miss. LIONS CLUB TO The local Lions Club will bold its first dinner meeting for December Thursday of this week at 7 o'clock at the Woman's Club. This is the final meeting of the fourth quarter at tendance contest, and all members are urged to attend. There is only a slight difference in the number of points that each team has up to now and the results of this meeting will probably determine the winner. ? Visit Here Sunday Dr. W- L. McRae and Mr. Warren McNeille, of Red Springs, visited Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Hurley here on Sunday. To the Heart andMind THERMOS JUGS And BOTTLES TRAVELING KITS GLADSTONE BAGS ELECTRIC HEATING PADS COMB And BRUSH SETS BRIDGE CARDS SHAVING SETS I CHILDREN'S MUFFS CIPHON BOTTLES RUBBER TEETHING RINGS WHITMAN'S SCHRAFFTS and MARJIE BELL CANDIES Conltlin, Parker And Eversharp PENS and PENCILS Coty, Houbigant, Evening in Pari* Hudnut, Roger and Gallet, Old Spice, Friendship Garden PERFUME SETS | Fancy Box Stationery Baby Food Warmers Clark's Pharmacy WITH the world situation in its current condition it is not only wise but practically necessary to make this Christmas a practical one . . . Our complete line of merchandise for Ladies and Chil dren is not only practical hut is reasonably priced . . . Come in toduy and do your Christmas shopping early! HOUSE COATS For Children and Ladiet ALL PRICES GIFTS For BABIES SHOP AT ANN'S FOR THE FINEST GIFTS IN TOWN Children's DRESSES SILK SPUN, TRANSPANT And VELVET Pajamas and Gowns Lingerie and Silk LARGE STOCK LINENS For Christmas Gifts Beet Quality SLOPPY JOE SWEATERS Special Price $1.98 LACE CURTAINS Special Value* $1.49 to $2.98 BATES SPREADS $1.98 to $4.98 LINEN Handkerchiefs For Men and Woman ALL PRICES PILLOW CASES LUNCHEON SETS BRIDGE SETS Lace TABLECLOTHS GIFTS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY Our Prices Are Lower, Too.. Visit Us First! SCARFS and VANITY SETS Many to Select from SHOES For Every Member of the Family. All Siaes. Many Prices New Shipment LADIES' DRESSES Lovely pattern*. Fine quality material*. $3.96 to $7.95 Legging Suits mnd Snow Suits For CHILDREN ALL PRICES, $2.98 to $9.95 Ann's Variety Store

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