\ Society and Personals"
OF WILLIAMSTON and MARTIN COUNTY J
This Department j
Messrs. J. A. ud Robert Everett,
of Palmyra, w here Wednesday.
Garland Co/train IU
Garland Coltrain is confined to
his father's home at Farm Life with
a one-sided case of the mumps.
In Durham This Week
Mr. Ed Casell was in Durham
this week visiting Mrs. Cassell, who
is recovering from an operation in
a hospital there.
Here From Greenville
Attorney Albion Dunn, of Green
ville, was here Wednesday and yes
terday on professional matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams,
of Washington City, visited Miss
Lela Brown Barnhill here this week.
Confined To Her Bed
Mrs. Fannie S. Biggs, who is con
fined to her bed with a cold was re
ported improved today.
Here From Washington
Dr. and Mrs. Josh Taylor, of
Washington, attended the Bvesi
dent's birthday ball here Wednes
Visits Friends Here
Miss Julia Askew, of Windsor, vis
ited friends here Wednesday night
1h Town Thursday
Mr. E. V. Smith, of Oak City,
was here yesterday morning attend
ing to business matters.
From Griffins Township
Mr. Tom Roberson was here yes
terday morning from Griffins Town
Mr. Durward Everett was here
yesterday afternoon from Roberson
viUe attending to business matters.
Ill at Home Hare
Mrs. George Bunch continues ill
at his home here.
Here This Week
Mr. Sylvester Peel was here this
week from Griffins attending court.
Mrs. Manning Falls on Ice
Mrs. J. C. Manning broke her
arm yesterday morning, when she
slipped and fell on the snow and ice
in front of her home on Simmons
Avenue. She was reported to be get
ting along very well today.
In Henderson Thursday
Mr. C. G. Crockett spent yester
day in Henderson on business.
Returns To Greensboro
Miss Rebecca Harrison returned
tc the Woman's College in Greens
boro yesterday after visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harrison.
In Town Wednesday
Mr. P. E. Lilley, of Williamston
Route 1, was a visitor in town last
Visiting in West Virginia
Mrs. Ethel Watts is spending a
few days with relatives in Hunting
ton, W. Va.
Con)incd To Bed With Influenza
Carlyle Hall is confined to his bed
Returns From Wilson
Mrs. E. S. Peel returned last night
from Wilson, where she visited rel
atives for several days.
Mrs. William Gurganus returned
Wednesday after visiting relatives in
New York for two weeks.
Did You Know?
THAT?A gentleman it a man who can play a saxophone?but
THAT?Having the right of way does not keep you out of an
THAT?We have an electric heater for that cold bathroom or
breakfast room for $3.49.
THAT?A one-armed man can catch fish, but can't tell about
them with any satisfaction.
CLARK'S DRUG STORE
In Business for Your Health PHONE 53
PROGRAM FOR WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEB. 2
TRIO THEATRE ? ROBERSONVILLE
Sunday February 2nd
Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray in "THE BRIDE COMES HOME"
Monday-Tuesday February 3-4
WARNKR BAXTER and ALICE FAYE
'KING of the BURLESQUE"
Wednesday February 5
GENE ACTRY in
Thursday-Friday February 6-7
BING CROSBY in
Saturday February 8
HOOT GIBSON in
WILL BE IN
FOUR DAYS NEXT WEEK
February 4, 5, 6 and 7
Jamesville Tuesday, February 4th
Williamston Wednesday, February f?th
Robersonville Thursday, February 6th
Oak City Friday, February 7th
THE FOLLOWING PRICES WILL BE PAID:
Colored Hens, lb 18c Turkevs, No. 1, lb. ... 20c
Leghorn Hens, lb 15c Geese, lb 12c
Roosters, lb 8c Ducks, lb 12c
Stags, lb 12c
County agents, in cooperation with the Division of Markets,
have arranged for a poultry car to be placed on sidings for one
day at each of the above places.
These cars will be run at one-month intervals, provided
is a sufficient quantity of poultry offered.
T. B. Brandon, County Agent
In Town Thursday
Messrs. L. T. Chesson and J. C.
Ross, of Oak City, were business vis
itors in town Thursday.
Attend Meeting Here
Rev. C. C. Ware, of Wilson, ac
companied by A. J. Craft, of Wal
stonburg, B. F. Leggett, of Wash
ington, and R. Lee Perry, of Wil
liamston Route 1, were in town on
Thursday to attend a church com
VIDA MAE ROBERSON AND
OSCAR BLAND MARRIED
Mrs. Annie Roberson announces
the marriage of her daughter, Miss
Yida Mae Roberson, to Mr. Oscar
Bland on January 18 in Windsor,
North Carolina. Mrs Bland, be
fore her marriage, made her home
in Williams Township, where she
wajs quite popular among the young
people of that section. Mr. Bland
is a young farmer of Griffins Town
ship. After today they will be at
home with Ben Manning in Griffins
BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY
TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY
A bridge party for the benefit of
tile local school libraries will be held
in the Woman's Club hall next
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 and
that evening at 8:30 o'clock, it was
announced today by the president
of the local parent-teacher associa
tion. Tables may be arranged, it
was stated, and a small admission
charge will be made.
Farm Almanac and
Facts Book Is Issued
By Ford Motor Co.
Will Be Distributed in All
Parts of Country; Many
Publication of a "Farm Almanac
nd Facts Book" which will be dis
tributed to the rural population in
all parts of the country was an
nounced recently by the Ford Motor
The book is of a convenient pocket
size, containing 48 pages. It is un
usual in make-up and content, pre
senting on extensive array of handy
tables, statistics and charts for the
assistance of the farmer and busi
ness man. Other sections are de
signed to aid the farm wife.
This first Ford Almanac is publish
ed for 1936, and is now being dis
tributed. It carries a readily avail
able calendar on the back cover and
contains tables showing the time of
from common colds
That Hang On
No matter how many medicines you
have tried for your cough, chest cold
or bronchial Irritation, you can get re
lief now with Creomuk ion. Berloue
trouble may be brewing and you can
not nfTord to take a chance with any
thing less than Creomulsion, which
goes right to the seat of the trouble
to aid nature to soothe and heal the
inflamec membranes as the germ-laden
phlegm Is loosened and expelled.
Even if other remedies have failed,
don't be discouraged, your druggist la
authorized to guarantee Creomulsion
and to refund your money if you are not
satisfied with results from the very first
bottle. Oct Creomulsion right now. (Adv.)
win you too
old and every
H I) IST1IXH1IHJ CO, U*
Ln* Dkdfc.y im fa li *j
rite and aat of sun and moon In all
parts of the country every day of the
year. Other helpful and interesting
astrological and astronomical infor
mation is included.
Among the other prominent sec
tions of the book are: A list of mem
orable historic events for each day
ol the year, facts about the universe,
explanations of physical phenomena,
a list of important festivals and an
niversaries for the year, rules for
ulation statistics, facts and records
foretelling weather conditions, pop
on farming as an industry, discussion
of the farm of the future, informa
tion on citizenship and naturaliza
tion, a brief review of the history
and development of the United
States, "do's and don'ts" for use in
emergencies, poisons and their anti
dotes, instructions for flower and
vegetable gardening, crop seed sow*
ing instructions, a list of places of
interest to the tourist, parcel post
rules and regulations, temperature
and rainfall chart, dates of killing
frosts in all parts of the country,
and a table of distances between
the principal cities &( the country.
Stories on the founding and de
velopment of the Ford Motor Com
pany and about the Ford Rouge
plant, word pictures of famous Edi
son Institute Museums and quaint
Hreenfleld Village, established with-]
in a few miles of the Rouge plant,
are other features of the Ford Farm
2 1-2 ACRE FARM WITH 5 ROOM
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depot, Parmele. Terms easy. W. C.
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A Golden Opportunity
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January 31st and February 1st
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NEW UCC 6% FINANCE PLAN
Any New Ford V'S Car
Can Now Be Purchased for $25 a Month
with Usual Low Down-Payment +
This $25-a-month time-payment plan
enables you to buy a New Ford V-8
car through your Ford dealer on new
low monthly terms.
After the usual low down-payment
is made, $25 a month is all you have
to pay for any type of new car, includ
ing insurance and financing.
Your cost for this extension of credit
is only '/2 of 1% a month on your orig
inal unpaid balance and insurance.
This plan reduces financing charges for
twelve months to 6%. For example, if
you owe a balance of $400 for your
car and insurance, ymrpay $24 for
the year of credit; -if the balance is
$200 you pay $12. Your credit co9t
for one year is the original unpaid
balance multiplied by 6%.
UCC plans provide you with in
surance protection at regular confer
ence rates. You have not only fire and
theft insurance, hut $50 deductible col
lision, and protection against other ac
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The Universal Credit Company has
made these plans available through all
Ford dealers in the United States.
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