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I jSocicity & Personalsl I
« I -* j"' 11 "- EdHoc |
fi| Aeiwrn To WhiUville
K ,Mr. and Mrs. P. K. A vent and
■ Miss Thelma Mauttsby, of White
-1 ville, N. C, returned to their home
I Saturday after spending several days
with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Peel.
U Misses Ruth Ward and Sarah
pGurganus, of Louisburg College,
f fpent Thanksgiving here with their
| Home for Thanksgiving
| Messrs. Vernon, Clyde, and Clar-
I ence Griffin, students at the State
University, spent the Thanksgiving
' holidays here with their parents.
I From University
i Mr. Heber Manning, a student at
L,the University, spent the Thanksgiv
j ing holidays in the county with rel
In Washington Hospital
Professor T. 0. Hickman, operat
ed upon for appendicitis in a Wash
ington hospital last Tuesday, is ex
' peated to return to his duties as
jjprincipa! of the Bear Grass schools
latter part of this or early next
week. He is planning to return home
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Returns From Mount Olive
Mr. H. H. Ezzell returned Sunday
from Mount Olive and Goldsboro,
where he spent the Thanksgiving
holidays with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tetterton, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., were here for the
funeral of Mrs. Tetterton's mother,
Mra. Louisa Perry, yesterday.
In Town Yesterday ,
Messrs. Paul Salsbury, of Hamil
ton and Scotland Neck, and Bog
Slade, Jule Bunting, and John Dav
enport, of Hamilton, were here for a
short while yesterday morning.
DR C. J. SAWYER
EYB, EAR, NOSE. AND THROAT
Office: Old Farmers St Merchants
Bank Building, Williamaton, N. C.
Houri: 2 to 5 EVERY WEEK DAY
Except Wednesday, and by Special
jj It Is Time to Think
Sj About Your S
| | Christmas Shopping 1
jjh gj If there ever was a time •
SI'S when practical gifts should J8
mV be given at Christmas, it is fll
J 1 8* now. The holiday season is *3
I MM here, and we extend to you A
I and yours a special invita- jflg
I tion to select for your friends jff
I V and family gifts from our
I V store. Our stock is complete
I jjtt with the largest list of prac- vH
J SL tical gifts ever assembled.* A
S Shop early! fiZ
S At our store you get
1, 3E quality at the most conser- fm
JLK vative prices. A
|S Margolis Brothers |
ff _ ¥7*ll* - nn* Come to us for the best equipment. Knives, -ft 1 ~ If 1 f\
| Hog Killing lime ssrjns.'°ar-£s£ Culpepper Hardware Company
In Town Monday
Messrs. A. P. Barnhill and J. S.
Ayers, of Everetts, were here attend
ing to business yesterday.
Return To Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Muse returned
to Wilson last Sunday after spend
ing some time here with relatives.
Attorneys Ward, Mac Lean, Grimes
and Paul, of Washington, attended
court here yesterday.
Governor Ehringhaus Here
Governor-elect J. C. B. Ehringhaus
of Elizabeth City, stopped here a
short while Sunday afternoon while
on his way to Raleigh.
Returns From Salemburg
Mrs. Blanche Sullivan returned
Saturday from a short visit with her
daughter at Salemburg.
Move To Simpson Home
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Everett and
family moved last week to the Simp
son home on Main Street.
P. E. Getsinger, of Jamesville, was
a visitor here Monday.
Here From Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hill and Mrs.
S. S. Lawrence, of Wilson, were here
for a short while yesterday.
Spend Several Days Here
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Phillips, of
Norfolk, and Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
Ba()ham, of Edenton, returned to
their homes Sunday after spending
several days here with Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Biggs
Returns To Chapel Hill
Jim Rhodes, jr., returned to the
University at Chapel Hill Sunday aft
er spending several days here with
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. S.
In New York
Mr. Irving Margolis was called
tp New York last week to be with
his mother, who has been critically
! ill l for several days.
Visiting in Norfolk
Mrs. Rush Bondurant left yester
day for Norfolk, where she will visit
relatives this* week. She was accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith,
who have been visiting the Bon
durants over the week-end.
j Here For Funeral
Mr. Perley Perry, of Centreville,
Alabama, was here yesterday to at
tend the funeral of his mother, Mrs.
Entering upon their golden wed
ding anniversary last Thursday, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Rogerson, of Bear
Grass, were greatly surprised when
they learned their 6 children, 21
grandchildren and 3 great-grandchil
dren had secretly eatered the home
and prepared a big Thanksgiving
dinner and arranged a general fam
ily reunion for the day.
With all the children grown and
settled in homes of their own, Mr. |
and Mrs. Rogerson had only pre- i
pared a small but a very appetizing
: dinner and expected a quiet day for
the golden wedding anniversary. The 1
dinner was cooked, and Mr. and Mrs.
Rogerson, following a custom of a
number of years, went to church
i services that morning. Her surprise
was great when she returned horned
and found the large number of un
expected But always welcome visi
tors. Much upset though she was
when she saw the'large number there
and realizing how far short the lone
fowl would be in meeting the de
mands at the noon-day meal. All
was happiness for her and all the
family and relatives when she learn
ed that they had prepared a huge
Fifty years ago that day, the then
young couple started out in life to
gether. In a humble log cabin they
founded their home, and from that
beginning the couple strived ever on
ward, better their own lot and rear
ing six children as time passed on.
Under greatly improved conditions,
the couple continue to live at the old
The six children there for the an
niversary were Mrs. Claudius Rob
erson, of Jamesville; Mrs. W. S. Gur
ganus, of Williamston; Messrs. J. S.
Rogerson, of Kenly; A. 8., N. R.,
and C. G. Rogerson, of Bear Grass.
Meeks Family Reunion
Friends and relatives of Mr. and
Mrs. VV. J. Meeks enjoyed a family
reunion and Thanksgiving service at
the Meeks home near here last
Thursday. Elder Alonza Dallas, of
Winterville, was present and he
spoke to the large gathering.
Those present included: J. D.
Meeks and family, of Rocky Mount;
L. M. Meeks and family and L. R.
Meeks and family, of Gold Point;
Mrs. R, C. Gurganus and family, of
Bear Grass; Mrs. G. L. Taylor and
family, of Everetts; Mrs. F. A. Nel
son and family, of Leens; Misses
Bessie and Lillian Meeks and 22
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gurkin
Entertain at Oyster Roast
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gurkin, of
Jamesville, entertained a number of
friends at an oyster supper, honor
ing their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Gurkin, of
Kinston, last Tuesday evening.
Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Waters, Mr. and Mrs.
L..F. Lane, of Rocky Mount; Miss
Margie Davis, Mr. William Earl
Ezzelle, of Rocky Mount, and Mr.
NOTICE OP SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of that certain deed of
trust executed by S. P. Moore to the
undersigned trustee, bearing date' of
April 26, 1926, and recorded in the
public registry of Martin County in
book X-2, at page 372, the same hav
ing been given to secure the payment
of a certain note of even date and
tenor, default having been made in the
payment of said note, and the terms
and stipulations not having been com
plied with, the undersigned Trustee
Miss Jessie Mae Holloman de
lightfully entertained a few of her
friends at the Roanoke Hotel Fri
day night in honor of her thirteenth
Many games were played, after
which refreshments were served.
The hostess was remembered with a
goodly number of pretty presents.
will on Wednesday, December 28thJ
1932, at twelve (12) o'clock noon, at
the courthouse door of Martin Coun
ty, Williamston, N. C., offer for sale,
at public auction, to the highest bid-1
der for cash, the following described j
"Being that certain lot of land deed-l
cd to S. P. Moore by Nelson Johnson |
and wife, Mary Johnson, by deed of;
record in book SSS at page 292 of the
Martin County Public Registry, com-1
mencing at Joseph Lawrence's corner j
in the Everetts and Hamilton Public•
Road; thence West along Joseph j
Lawrence's line 70 yards, to a stake;!
thence in a Northerly course 70 yards I
to said public road; thence southerly
along said road 70 yards to the be
This 25th day of November, 1932.
n-29 4t Trustee.
Hugh G. Horton, Attori^ey^
NOTICE OF SALE OP REAL
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained in a certain deed of
trust executed on the ISth day of Feb
ruary, 1930, by B. L. Johnson and Sal
lie Johnson, U> the undersigned trus-1
tee and of record in the Public Reg- j
istry of Martin County in Book C-3,
at page 204, said deed of trust having
been given for the purpose of secur-1
ing a note of even date and tenor !
therewith, default having been made j
in the payment of same, and at the !
request of the holder of same, the
undersigned will, on Monday, the 19th
day of December, 1932, at 12 o'clock
m., in front of t.he courthouse door
in Williamston, North Carolina, offer
for sale to the highest bidder, for cash,
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The thrifty answer to. . May I ___
drain that Summer-worn oil?
Right now, Texaco attendants are following car manufac- » • jjb
turerß' recommendations and reminding you it's time to H
drain summer-worn oil. They realize expensive repair work j ■
is the inevitable result of careless, improper lubrication. I I
So, for the good of your car, Say "Yes" when the Texaco Jjfl -
man asks to drain summer-worn oil. Refill with "Crack- Mj^Bn
proof" Texaco, the golden oil that resists top engine tem- mIJKK
peratures yet flows freely at zero. You will add miles of /r:[/^M
I ■ v y 'b^.
carefree driving to your car by draining now! IK
CRACK-PROOF MOTOR OIL ~
Harrison Oil Co.
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the following described real estate, to
First tract: Being the place where
B. L. Johnson now lives in the town
of Oak City, North Carolina, beginning ,
at the corner of Fourth and Academy |
Streets, thence northeastern course
! down Fourth Street 140 feet to a stob, I
thence northwesterly course 177 feet,
to a stob, thence a south westerly j
course 140 feet to a stob, thence aj
southeasterly course 177 feet to the' i
beginning, containing 3-4 acres, more i
or less, and being the same land deed-| .
ed to B. L.*' Johnson by Moses i
Whitley and wife, by deed dated Jan-] i
■uary Bth, 1913, and of record in book (
I G-l, at page 35. I i
Before Selling Peanuts
fGet Our Prices
PHONE WILLIAMSTON 87
225 WASHINGTON ST. OPPOSITE DEPOT
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
Planters Nut And Chocolate Company
J. O. H. Johnson's corner on Fourth
Street, 'thence a northeasterly course
150 feet to a stake on the corner of
an alley and Fourth Street, thence a
northwesterly course 251 feet to J.
C. Ross' line, a stake, thence a west-
course along said Ross' line 140
feet to a stake in J. C. Ross' line on
Commerce Street, thence a southwest
erly course 162 feet to a stake in cor
ner of Commerce and Academy Street
thenre along Academy Street a south
easterly course 140 feet to a stake in
J. C. H. Johnson's corner on Acad
emy Street, thence a northeasterly
course 140 feet to a stake, thence a
southeasterly course 127 feet to a stake
the beginning, being the land deeded'
and wife i>y deed of record in book
E-l, at page 84.>
This the 18th day of November,
ELBERT S. PEEL, -
n22 4tw Trustee.
DR. V. H. MEWBORN
Bye* Examined Glauea Pitted
LAST VISITS FOR 1932
Robertonville at Fulmar's Drag Store,
Tuesday, December 6.
Williamston at Atlantic Hotel, on
Wednesday, December 7.
Plymouth a* O'Henry Drag Store.
Thursday, December 8.
At Tarboro, N. C., Every Friday and