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VOL. XIV. NO. 36
Hugh B. York, M. D.
Microscopy, Electrotherapy, X-
Ray, Diagnosis, Specialties
Office on Smith wick St., rear Blount Bro.
Office hour*, 8 to 10 a. m., 7 to 9 p. m.
Office 'phone 60 - Night 'phone 63
Wm. E. Warren - J. S. Rhodes
Brs. Warren & Rhodes
Physicians and Surgeons
Office in Bigga Drug Store - 'Phone 79
Jos. H. Saundeis, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Day phone 53 - Night phon} 40
Williamston, N. C.
Dr. R. L. Savage
of Rocky Mount, will be at the
Atlantic Hotel fourth Wendnes
day in each month to treat dis
eases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE
and THROAT and FIT GLASSES
A. R. Dunning - * - C. Smith
Dunning & Smith
Williamston, N. C.
Robersonville, N. C.
Burrous A. Critcher - Wheeler Martin
Wheeler Martin, Jr.
Martin & Critcher
Williamston - North Qarolina
'T HOSTS. 23
S. J. Everett
Greenville, N. C. - Williamtton, N. C.
Greenville Long Diatance Phone 328
S. A. NEWELL
Attorney at Law
Williamston - North Carolina
Attorney at Law
Williamston - North Carolina
John E. Pope
Life, Fire. Health, Accident, Live Stock
Real Estate - Brokerage
Williamston - North Carolina
Office on Main Street
... Glub . .
0. C. Price, Manager
Phone No. 98
Pressing, Dyeing and
£| Very careful attention
|given to Ladies' Kid
Gloves, Fancy Waists
Coat Suits and Skirts
(JflClub Rates 1 for Men.
Clothes called for and
q Agents for Rose k Co.
The white teachers of the
schools of the county, Rural, High
and Graded, are earnestly re
quested to be at the Graded
School building in the town of
Williamston, Monday, June the
23rd. at 9 a. m., with their books
for the first meeting of the County
The law makes attendance man
datory, and unless the teachers
attend this Institute, or some
Summer School they will not be
allowed, under the law, to teach
in the County or State. ,
The boys and girls in the Coun
ty having high school work, who
are as much as sixteen years of
age, are invited to be present and
take the work.
All school committeemen and
friends of education are also earn
estly requested to be present as
often as possible.
The Institute for the colored
teachers of the county will be
held some time in August.
Notice is also given that the
County Board of Education will
meet the first Monday in July for
the purpose of closing up the
business of this Scholastic year,
apportioning the school funds,
appointing School Committeemen
as follows: One for a term of two
years, one for a term of one year,
and their successors each for a
term of three years, and appoint
ing Attendance officers for each
township in the county to put
into operation the machinery for
Section 4161 is so amended as
to require all applications for posi
tion to teach in a county to be
filed with the County Superinten
dent, and it further requires the
County Board of Education to fix
a day in each Township for the
election of teachers, at which
time the Committeemen of the
various Districts are to meet with
the Superintendent and elect
teachers for all the schools of the
There are many new provisions
in the new school law, and it is
earnestly hoped that the friends
and patrons of the schools will
meet with the Board, And help in
the organization of the new sys
R. J. Peel, Supt.
Bear Grass Items
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jenkins, of
Parmele, spent Sunday here with
Mrs. Tilda Bennett spent last
week in town visiting relatives.
J. D. Harrison attended Church
at Tranters Creek Sunday.
G. H. Harrison, C. S. Cratt,
Henry Rogerson and R. G. Tay
lof attended Bible School at
Sweet Home Sunday.
While returning from Church
Sunday, the mule driven by
Messrs. R. G. Taylor and Henry
Rogerson ran away, and Roger
son in attempting to jump from
the buggy was hurt The wheels
of the vehicle were smashed.
S. J. Peel, of Belhaven, is visit
ing his father this week.
Asa Rogerson is on the sick
list this week.
A. B. Rogerson came home sick
from Everetts last week.
Last week mention was made
of the arrests in police circles and
that one Chesson was among the
number. It appears that Ches
son, who had some trouble with
the porter on the train, was not
arrested, though the information
was given the reporter. In jus
tice to Chesson this explanation
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.. FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 1913
The marriage of Miss Blanche
Gary second daughter of Chief
Justice Eugene B. Gary, and Mr.
Francis Sylvester Hassell, was
solemnized on Wednesday, June
4th, at high noon, at the home of
the bride's parents.
The house was beautifully de
corated for the occasion,—palms,
daises and sweet peas being most
effectively used, —while the lights
from many candles shed a soft
glow over all.
Miss Plevna Seal presided at
the piano, and promptly at noun,
to the strains of Lohengrin's
Wedding March, the groom and
his best man, Mr. .Charles P.
Hassell, came from the library,
and the bride, leaning on her
father's arm, entered from the
hall. They met before the im
provised altar, and Rev. Mr.
Sanders Guignard, rector of
Trinity Church, performed the
ceremony which made them man
After the ceremony, cake, wine
and punch were served, and a
most appropriate and pretty toast
to the bride was responded to by
Gov. John Gary Evans, a cousin
of the bride.
The bride was unusually lovely
in her wedding dress of ivory
messaline with its trimming of
real lace, her long veil, arranged
cap fashion, being held with or
ange blossoms. She carried a
large shower bouquet of bride's
The bride and groom were the
recipients of many beautiful and
The couple left on the west
bound train for their honeymoon,
and will be at home after June
21st in Wilson, N. C. The bride
traveled in a handsome tailored
sdit of new blue whip cord, with
hat and gloves to match.
The bride is one of the prettiest
as well as one of the most popular
of Abbeville's young ladies. She
is an accomplished pianist of rare
attainment, and unlike so many
good performers was always
ready to give pleasure to her
friends by her performances.
Her agreeable and pleasing per
sonality made her a favorite in
Abbeville, and it is with sincere
regret that her many friends see
her leave. Hers are true friends,
however, and since she is given
into such good hands, the loss is
in part compensated.
The groom is a prominent law
yer of Wilson, N. C. He has a
handsome, intelligent face, with
plenty of resolution written about
the lines of his chin. He already
enjoys a splendid practice, and if
appearances count for much it
may be safely predicted that he
has a bright career ahead of him.
The out-of-town guests were:
Gov. and Mrs. John Gary Evans,
Miss Victoria Evans, Spartanburg
S. C.; Col. John E. Woodard,
Wilson, N. C.; Mr. Charles S.
Hassell, Washington, D. C.; Mrs.
Marie Gary Eason, Charleston, S.
C.; Prof. Thos. D. Eason, Chas
leston, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Thom
as Patterson, Baltimore, Md.—
Abbeville Press & Banner.
• Monday night a launch party
was given by many of the young
men of the town, and thirty-six
embarked at the wharf in the
boats of Henry Gurganus and J.
A. Woolard. The moon was shin
ing and the waters were beauti
ful in the silvery light. The
party went to the ferry and had
lunch which was enjoyed. The
ride home was pleasant in the
cool air and the party reached
home about 12 o'clock. Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Wolfe and Mrs. Theo
dore Robersdn chaperoned the
la Honor ef Mrs. Frank Hassell
L (Special to The Enterprise)
Wilson, N. C., June 18.—The
hospitable residence of Hon. John
E. Woodard presented a scene of
aniitiatiori and beauty on Wednes
day afternoon of this week when
Miss Delzelle Ruffin Woodard was
at home to several hundred guests
in honor of Mrs. Frank, Hassell
wh«M» Miss Blanche Gary, daugh
ter of Chief Justice Gary of South
Carolina, was recently united to
Frank S. Hassell, a brilliant
young lawyer of this city.
The hostesss gathered a num
ber of close personal friends
about her to assist in emphassiz
ing the warm Southern welcome
awaiting the bride of anotheP
Master David Woodard opened
the door and little Miss Virginia
Person received the cards of the
numerous callers, who were cor
dially greeted in the hall by Mrs.
John A. Green and presented to
the receiving party by Mrs. C.
The drawing room was beauti
ful in decorations of green and
white, with a bridal bouquet of
Southern smilax and white tulle'
depending from the chandelier.
Receiving in this room were Miss
Woodard, Mesdames Frank Has
sell, C. B. Hassell, of Williams
ton; Frederick W. Hoyt, of Wil
liamston; Harry C. Wilson, John
Evans Wilson, of Kansas City;
John F. Bruton, Cooper Person,
and Miss L. Thompson, of Balti
more. The guests were invited
into tfte dinning room by Mrs.
George Stronach, where they
were welcomed by Misses Janie
Penick, May Lavelace, Miss Cot
chette, of Wilmington, and Mrs.
Henry Dockery Brown.
In the back hall Miss Clara
Daniel and Miss Madelene Cutch
en, of Richmond, directed the
guests to the library where punch
was served by Misses Lucy Far
mer and Sudie Gray Woodard.
Presiding in this room were Miss
Ida Wiggins and Mrs. P. L.
The dining room in pink roses
and sweet peas, the soft light of
of many candles and rare old
lace was most effective and here
the little Misses Eliza Carr, Eliz
abeth Brown, Lucile Stanton,
Caroline and Katherine Wilson,
of Kansas City, served ices and
' The library was brilliant in
red carnations and ferns.
At eight o'clock a number of
gentlemen joined the party at a
buffet supper. These were M ess.
Frank Hassell, John A. Green,
C. A. Thompson, John F. Burton,
Calvin Woodard, George Stron
ach, Tom Uzzell, J. A. Hackney,
Leslie Barnes, Chas. Hassell, of
Washington, D. C.; John Has
sell, Harry Alexander Biggs,
Frank F. Fagan, Cushing B. Has
sell and B. T. Cowper, all of Wil
Will Go To Gettyburg
Martin County will be repre
sented at the reunion at Gettys
burg on July 2-3 this year by Hon.
J. A. Whitley, whowasoneof the
three men to reach the farther
est point on the battlefield on that
day when the greatest struggle
of the war took pjace. j
A stone marker has been erect
ed at the spot where Mr. Whitley
and his brave comrades rushed
and their names are inscribed
thereon. It will be a glorious re
union of the blue and gray, and
the heart of every patriotic citi
zen will swell with pride to know
that Martin County can send such
a noted veteran to represent the
cause which though defeated was
never lost Mr. Whitley enjoyes
the respect and confidence of his
county, and it will rejoice that
honors, deservedly his, will be
thrust upon him at the reunion.
Oak City Items
Miss Daisy Bell, of Mullens, S.
C., is the guest of Mrs. S. E.
Mrs. Anna Belle Harrell and
children, of Port Norfolk, are
Miss Lyda Inscoe, of Hamilton,
spent the week-end with Miss
Miss Burroughs, from near
Williamston, is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. John Etheridge, Jr.
Miss Lydia Garris, of Tarboro,
is visiting friends here.
Miss Mary Worsley has return-'
ed from a visit to Tarboro.
Miss Clyde Jordan is visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. Casper.
Mrs. D. A. Moore spent Satur
day and Sunday here.
Mrs. Owen Jones, of Hobgood,
spent the week-end here/with
Mrs. M. W. House.
Mrs. Louis Knight spent Sun
day with Mrs. Nat Brown.
Mrs. Lucy Bland is the guest
of Mrs. H. J. Etheridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barrett,
of Washington, were the gnests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barrett
Dr. Edgar Long went to More
head Monday to attend the Medi
A dance was given in honor of
Miss Daisy Bell on June 12th. A
lunch was served at midnight.
Miss Lizzie Harrell and Robert
Salsbury led the figures of the
german. Those dancing were:
Misses Lizzie and Annie May
Harrell, Susie and Lillie Barnett,
Pearl and Jeffie House, Myrtle
Long, Lila Philpot, Vera and
Blanch Edmondson, Ada Komp,
Daisy Bell, Helen Edmondson;
Mesdames T. W. Whitehurst and
Frank Hitch; Messrs. Cecil Ever
ett, Wm. Gray, Robt. Salsbury,
Julius Wood, Julius Peel, Claude
Roebuck, James Satterwaite,
Ralph, Wilmer and Roy House,
Marion, Tommie and Emmett
Burnett, Gladstone Anthony,
Virgil Leggett and Frank Hitch.
Chaperones, Mesdames S. E.
Hines,, John York and Loomis
Mrs. S. E. Hines entertained
a party of friends on Thursday
in honor of Miss Bell.
Capt. John Hyman died about
one o'clock Thursday morning
June 12th. He had been in
feeble healtu for some time. His
death was caused by heart fail
ure. His wife, who died about
ten years ago, was Miss Emma
Harrell before marriage. In ear
ly life he taught school and since
farmed. He was a well known
figure in and around here. He
leaves Mrs. Mollie
Wallace, of Rocky Mount. The
burial services were conducted
by Elder M. T. Lawrence, who
also read his will. His remains
were laid to rest in the Harrell
cemetery beside his wife on Fri
day last at 4:30 in the presence
of large number of people.
There were many beautiful floral
Henry Griffin has been ill with
The mule of Jesse- Lilley ran
away Sunday, and Miss Ethel
Gurkin, who was in the buggy,
received slight injuries.
Misses Ethel Griffin, Caddie,
Rhoda and Myrtle Peel spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Miss Ola Woolard in Beaufort.
Collin Peel came from William
W. E. Tice, who recently pur
chased a two-horse cultivator,
finds it to be a successful imple
SI.OO a Year in Advance
Sunday School Association
Tbe Missionary Baptist Church
es in the Roanoke Association
will hold a Sunday School Asso
ciation at the Arlington Street
Baptist Church in Rocky Mount,
June 27-29. * The Association
comprises seven counties in East
Carolina with thousands of mem
bers. The first service will be
held at 8:00 p. m., on Friday the
27th., and the sermon will be
preached by Rev. J. M. McKen
sie. An interesting programme
has been arranged and among the
speakers will be Hon. W. E. Dan
iels, Dr. I. M. Mercer, Prof. J.
R. Carroll, G. J. Dowell, Rev. C.
M. Rock. Rev. W. N. Johnson,
Hon. 0. P. Dickinson. The res
ponse to the address of welcome
will be made by Prof. J. D" Ever
ett, formerly of Robersonville.
Preparations are being made to
entertain a large number of peo
ple and it is expected that the
attendance will be good. Rev. N."
H. Shepherd is pastor of the Ar
lington Street Church and will be
the host of the Association. He
was for several years pastor of
the Church at Robersonville.
Those who expect to attend
should address him at Rocky'
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Sherrod and
children, of High Point, visited
relatives here this week. •
Miss Emily Hart, of Tarboro,
and Alice Whitehurst, of Green
ville, are visiting Miss Pattie
and Mrs, E. B. Darden, of
Norfolk, are visiting Mrs. C. H.
Miss Sarah Hvman, who spent
several days with her sister, Mrs.
B. B. Sherrod. has returned to
Miss Mary Anthong is visiting
relatives in Swansboro.
Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Fleming
are spending this week at More
Mrs. Rebecca Bradley and son
of Edgecombe County, spent Sun
day and Monday with B. B. Sher
Mrs. Harrell, and children, of
Port Norfolk, are spending sev
eral days the Misses Edmondson.
Mrs. Fannie Knight, of near
Tarboro, spent Sunday, the guest
of Mrs. B. B. Sherrod.
Miss Johnson, of Rocky Mount,
is visiting Miss Ruth Floyd.
Miss Lida Garrett, of Tarboro,
is visiting Mrs. Ed Davenport.
Messrs. Whitaker and Austin,
of Enfield, spent Sunday here.
Miss Codie Purvis spent several
days in Scotland Neck this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Johnson motored
herefrom Scotland Neck Wednes
Mrs. R. W. Salsbury entertain
ed a few guests at luncheon in
honor of Miss Hurlburtlast Wed~
The young men gave a very en
joyable party at the hotel Wed
Mr. X. T. Keel and family mo
tored from Rocky Mount Sunday
and were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Anderson on Haugh
ton Street. There were present
also as guests for the day, Mrs.
Martha Hardison and Mr. and
Mrs. Grover W. Hardison and
little daughter. Thus it happen
ed to be a reunion of the family
of Mrs. Hardison, not a single:
member being absent. A sump--
tuous feast was spread and the'
occasion was a moat happy one.
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