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i. 'day, December . ~ 1927
Htre From Smithfield
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lassiter and
daughter, Ruth, spent the week end
with Mrs. Lucy Modlin, on Haugh
Returns from Hospital
Messrs. Bill Peel and Harold"Ever
ett have returned from a Washington
hospital, where they were operated on
Friday. They had their tonsils re
Home From Tennessee
R. J. Peel, jr., arrived yesterday
from Tennessee, where he is em
ployed by the State Highway Com
mission. This is his first trip home
in two years, and his friends are de
lighted to see him.
Will Arrive Tomorrow _ |
Miss Margaret Manning and Miss
Mary Harris, students at North Car
olina College for Women, Greensboro,
will be home tomorrow to spend the
Home From Anderson College
Miss Laura Norton ai rived Sun
day from Anderson, S. C., where she
Is a student at Anderson College.
Htre From Raleigh
Mcs. Raymond McKenzie has ar
rived home from Raleigh to spend
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hassell. Mr. McKen
tie will join her here later in the
Leave Friday for Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. Rush Bondurant
will leave Friday for Norfolk, where
"they will spend the Christmas holi
days with relatives.
To Spend Holidays Here
Miss Carrie Lee Peel and Miss Pat
tie Edmondson, 0)f the Teacher's Col
lege, Greenville, will be home tonight
for the holidays.
Make /#«• Christmas last
for thousands of miles
Surpriae your family on Christmas morn
ing with a wonderful new Buick for 1928. r
Nothing could give them greater happiness.
M.A r a .p.-, ""Ifj-liftri
H. A. RIDDICK MOTOR CAR CO.
"The House That Service Built" Scotland Neck, IV. C.
: Thrills G
TO Y WORLD!
Bring the children in to see Santa Claus and his wondrous
array of playthings. A veritable fairy-land overflowing with fun.
And like everything else created to amuse the youngsters, these
novel and ingenuous toys will give pleasure to the grown-ups.
We have a full line af the Buddy "L" AU-
Steel Toys, being the only store m North, Car- -
olina east of Raleigh where these exclusive toys
cast be had. ' * f
Phillips - Wright
Furniture and House' Furnishings ■« .
1,",.. WASHINGTON, N. C.
Society & P
Mr*. ELBERT S. PEEL, Etfiter -
Will Arrive Tonight
Miss Mary Melissk Andrews and
Susie James are expected, home to-,
night from Blackstone College,
In Town Yesterday >
Mr. A. C. Roberson was in town
Mr. Harrison Home
T. F. Harrison has returned
from a Washington hospital, and is
getting along very nicely. His rela
tives and friends here are happy that
he was able to come home for the
Will Arrive Tomorrow
Bill Harrison and Bryant CarsUr
phen will arrive home tomorrow from
Duke University, Durham, to spend
the Christmas holidays with their
Visit Here Sunday
Mrs. Blanche Anderson and sons,
Speight, of Baltimore, and Sam, who
lives" with her in Leggetts, visited
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrison Sun
Asa Crawford Home
Asa Crawford and his mother, Mrs.
Kader Crawford, came home Satur
day from the hospital at Washing
ton. His friends, who have been so
interested in his recovery, are de
lighted that he is able to be home.
In Town Monday
Mr. J. A. Roberson, of Hardison
Mill, was in town Monday.
Will Arrive Tomorrow
Joseph Godard, jr., will be home
tomorrow from, Blue Ridge School to
spend Christmas with his parents.
To Spend Holidays Here
Mr. and Mrs. James Manning and
Jimmie will get here Friday for the
holidays from their school at Eureka, j
Leaves Tomorrow for Petersburg
Mrs. G. W.. Hardison will leave to
morrow for Petersburg, where she
will go for her mother, Mrs.,, Mary
E. Peel, Mrs. F. L. Minga, Miss
Essie Peel and Mrs. Hardison's
daughter, Miss Mary Davis Hardi
son, who is Petersburg
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Mrs. C. H. Dickey was called' to
her home in Morristown, Tenn., on
account of the condition of her moth
er, who is not expected to live. She
was accompanied to Raleigh by Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Crawford and Mrs.
John D. Biggs. _
To Spend Christmas Here
Howell Wadsworth, of New Bern,
will be here the last of this week
to spend Christmas with his sister,
Mrs. J. W. Watts, jr.
Home From State College
William Thomas Crawford has
come home from State College to
spend Christmas with his mother.
Will Arrive Tomorrow
Benjamin Courtney, Fred Taylor,
and William Hodges will be home to
morrow from Wake Forest College.
To Arrive Tomorrow
John Wadsworth and Cecil Tay
lor, students of the University, will
arrive tomorrow for the holidays.
In Rocky Mt. Yesterday
Mrs. Henry Harrison, Mrs. Jimmie
I Harrison, and Mrs. Theo Roberson
spent yesterday in Rocky Mount.
Home From Winston-Salem
Miss Minnie Robertson has ar
rived from Winston-Salem to spend
Christmas with her mother, Mrs. J.
Visitor Here Yesterday
Mr. George W. Griffin, of Smith
wicks Creek, visited in town Mon
There is Glamour About
C. Heber Forbes
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GREENVILLE, N. C.
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*• It is the glamour and beauty of sophis
ticated taste to which every woman responds.
The very atmosphere of Heber Forbes' ex
cites the magic spell of Christmas, and the
loveliness of any gift chosen here is a subtle
tribute to the taste of the giver and the re
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JEWELRY OF SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES
GLOVES OF KID AND
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS •
, KAYSER SILK HOSE
/' " * SPANISH SHAWLS '
OSTRICH FANS *
Since the days of primitive man, furs have been the femi
nine gift most to be desired, the most practical; and, most of all,
ther'gift of taste. To the one you favor most, give furs! *... ;■'*
To Visit in Mwjretsboro )■
Mrs. J. H. Saunders >will visit her
sister, Mrs. Collin Haines, in- Mur
freesboro, this week.
To, Spend Ckristmos~at Home j
Miss Emma Robertson will get
home from Greensboro tomorrow to
North Carolina, Martin County.
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain collater
. Gifts of Great Beauty
The last-minute Christmas gifts need not be
tray the hast'e and confusion in which it is ob
tained—for at Margolis Brothers we are prepared
to meet all such emergencies.
Hre you will find a complete stock of correct
gifts—priced most moderately. Every article, re
gardless of its low price, bears our mark of quali
ty and good taste. * *
FOR HIM FOR HER
Silk and wool socks • 50c and up Silk Hose SI.OO and up
Ties 11.00 and up Bloomers 98c and up
Handkerchiefs of linen 25c up ,
Mufflers $1.95 and up Dancln « Sets $3.95 and up
Shirts $1.50 and up N, f ht Gowns ''t 25 and «P
Belts 50c and up Pajamas "... $1,95 and up
Hickok Buckles 50c and up Handkerchiefs 25c and up
Bath Robe. $4.95 and up Purseg $2 „ , na
Pajamas $2.50 and up _ , _
House Slippers $1.50 and up Parasols of Bllk * 3 - 95 and U P
Hats $5,00 and up Gloves 69c and up
Caps,...'. ! SI.OO and up And Dozens of Other Useful
Gloves SI,OO and up Gifts
All Attractively Boxed tor the Holiday!
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
, al note executed to the undersigned by |l
]J. T. James on the 31st day of Aug-1
ust, 1925, default having been made j
in the payment of the same, the under
, signed will on Wednesday, the 7th day
|of December, 1927, at 12 o'clock m.,
j in front of the courthouse door in the i
j town of Williamston, N. C., offer for!
| sale to the highest bidder for cash;
the following property, to wit:
Cine note, dated July 10, 1924, from j
J. W. Bellflower and wife to J. T.
Jame, fsor $1,154,24, being secured by j
a dt-ed pi trust of even date therewith.
Tftnristfi day of November, 1927.
THE PLANTERS AND
MERCHANTS BANK. |
B_v:, V. G. Taylor, President. n22 5t I
Are To Be Found At
FOR HER VANITY TABLE
A set of toilet articles, packed in an attractive
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