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? Or WILLIAMSTON ui MABTIN COUNTY J
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Attend Wilson Dance
Mr. and Mrs. Junes Griffin, Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Whitley, Rush W.
Boodurant and Miss Frances Daiiey
attended a dance in Wilson Tues
day night.
Attend Charlotte Meeting
Messrs. John H. Edwards and
Collins Peel will return tomorrow
(rom Charlotte where they attend
ed a zone meeting of Chevrolet deal
In Wilson for Dance
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Leggett,
Miss Minnie B. Lee and Mr. Clar
ence Whedbee attended the dance
in Wilson Tuesday night.
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Visiting in Washington
Mrs. C. A. Harrison and Mrs. N.
C. Green visited in Alexandria, Va.,
and Washington City this week.
Here from Wilson
Mrs. Tom Anderson, of Wilson,
is visiting relatives here.
Visit Relatives in Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Dred Harden visit
ed relatives in Wilson this week.
Returns from Hospital
Mrs. Joe Eaaon returned hoar
this week from a Washington hos
pital where she underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis.
Attend Wilson Dorset
Misses Nettie Meador, Ruth Nor
ton, Sara Cone, Blanche and Nell
Harrison, Gertrude Mercer, Dorothy
Elliott, Ethelyn Eason, Elsie An
drews and Dr. J. L. Spencer, Joe
Glenn, Paul and Reg Simpson, Bud
Crockett, Henry Griffin, Chas. Man
ning, David Modlin, and Mack
Simpson were among those from
here attending the dance in Wilson
last Tuesday night.
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Return from Maine ,
Misses Pearl Whitehurst, Thelma
Brown and Eva Harrison and Nor
man Harrison returned home late
Wednesday from a ten days trip to
Portland, Maine.
Returns from Hospital
Mr. J. W. Watts was in Richmond
this week. He was accompanied
home by Mrs. Watts who underwent
an operation in a hospital there week
before last.
In JamesvMe Yesterday
Messrs. John ?. Pope and Theo
dore Hassell were in Jamesville yes
terday attending to business.
Here from Bear Grass
Messrs. Jos. L. Holhday and R.
L. Perry, Bear Grass Township far
mers, were here yesterday.
Senatorial Candidate Here
David L. Strain, candidate for the
U. S. Senate, was here yesterday.
He hurriedly visited a few people
and continued on his way to Win
ton to speak to the voters of that
section last evening.
Here jrom Oak City
Messrs. Wilbur Barrett and J. W.
Hines were here yesterday from Oak
City.
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In Bertie Yesterday
C. D. Carstarphen and Joe Pend
er were in Bertie County yesterday.
Here from Plymouth
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnhil!
and son were here yesterday from
Plymouth.
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In Raleigh Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Critcher and
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Brandon and
Mrs. Daisy Pope visited in Raleigh
Wednesday.
Visit here This Week
Mrs. J. Frank White and little
son, of Edenton, visited Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Manning here this week.
Here from Williams
Commissioner Joshua L. Coltrain,
of Williams Township, was here yes
terday afternoon attending to busi
ness.
Miss Tkroner Better .
Miss Hattie Thrower, who has
been quite ill at her home here dur
ing the past few days, is reported
much improved.
In Rocky Mount Wednesday
Mesdames J. C. Manning, K. H.
Goodmon, Leman Barnhill and A.
[. Manning visited in Kocky Mount
Wednesday.
Visit Here This Week
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wood, of
I.a Grange, s|*nt yesterday after
nuon and today here with their
daughter, Mrs. Leman Barnhill.
Return from More head City
Mr. and Mrs. Chas.'Herriott have
returned home after standing several
days ipn Morehead City.
Here from New Bern
Mrs. L. C. Larkin, of New Bern,
visited friends here a short while
yesterday afternoon.
Visits in Washington
Mrs. J. O. Manning visited rela
tives in Washington Wednesday.
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Returns from Virginia
Mrs. Wesley Lewis returned home
this week from a visit with relatives
in South Hill, Va. She was ac
companied home by her sister who
will visit here for some time.
In Wilson Today
Mrs. C. B. Roebuck is in Wilson
today visiting her son, Russell, at
A. C. College.
Visit Relatives Here
Mrs. Jas. P. Bailey and son, of
Washington, visited here this week.
Visiting in Gastonia
Mrs. John A. Ward is in Gastonia
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. L. Lowie.
HasseU Man Here
Mr. John W. Eubanks was here
yesterday from Haaaell attending to
Mere from JemtsvUU
Mr. Lawrence Peel was here yes
terday from Jamesville.
Tobacco Tax Monev
Returned bv Court
Plymouth, May 1.?(Special).?A
total of $979.39 has been paid
to Mrs. Sadie F. Alexander here by
attorneys for A. L. Alexander, who
left here several months ago. This
money was returned to Mr. Alex
ander after the AAA had been killed
by the United States supreme court.
This was Mr. Alexander's part of
the tobacco tax money that he had
paid under protest during the Agri
cultural Adjustment Administra
tion regime. The attorneys paid it
to C. V. W. Ausbun, clerk of the
court Since Mr. Alexander was
not here to claim it, the court or
dered it paid to Mrs. Alexander.
Boy Has Spare
Fingers and Toes
JCharles Oliver, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Deward Oliver, of near Cherry
in the Newland section of Washing
ton County, has six fingers on each
hand and six toes on each foot. His
parents have the usual number of
fingers and toes. The extra fingers
grow off of his little fingers and the
extra toes project from his little
toes.
J. F. Gurganus, of near Plymouth,
has six Angers on one of his hands
However, his extra Anger grows out
from his thumb and resembles a
thumb. These extra Angers and toes
have nails bu? usually they are
stunted and small.
P E NDE 0 S
DENDEQ'S
TEA SALE!
Southern Manor
ORANGE, PEKOE ? CEYLON, INDIA
12c ?'"? 23c
1-Pound Package 43c
Choice Evaporated
PEACHES, 2 lbs 23c
Southern Manor All Greek
ASPARAGUS, No. 2 can .... 21c
Rep Ripe ? New Pack
TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 cans ... 17c
FLOUR SALE
Pender's Best
PLAIN or SELF-RISING
12-lb.
Bag
45c c 89c
Whole Grain
RICE, 411*.
19c
Marco Prepared
MUSTARD, quart jar .
10c
Brownie Boy
BREAD, 14-oz. loaf
.... 5c
noouN roE wni beg inning mondat, mat ?
Turnage Theatre ? Washington, N. C.
T Itajr 4 lad I
"CONNECTICUT YANKEE"
wttft frnx MMWU aa4 MTKNA LOT
17 tad Vrtdty May 1 tad ?
"FOLLOW THE FLEET"
wMfc FUD AST AUK ud GINGER ROGERS
wmnliy May ?
* "CARDINAL RICHLIKR"
OBO. AIUM, HAUUIN OVULUVAN
Saturday May ?
"ROARIN* GUNS"
wttfc TIM MOOT
ALSO SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS
Send Your Orders for?
Flowers
DIRECT TO US!
In the put we have had solic
itors or agents to represent us,
but due to the fact that it was
neither satisfactory to me or to
my representatives, I have de
cided to sell?
Direct
to the
Customer
In dealinc direct, we
feel we can five you bet
ter service, five you
more for your money,
and you will always
know what we have to
offer when the order is
riven.
Patronize Your Local
Florist. All Orders Will
Be Appreciated
Mrs. Kate B. York
TELEPHONE 213-W
TODAY'S the DAY!
To get the refrigerator that has
made millions of refrigerators
? out-of-date
COLD
ECONOMY
PROTECTION
AW*/ i/lustra ft J is Kl-16
# If you've waited until now ?
wait no longer. Come in to our
atore today and see the 1936 Kel
vinator. We assure you that never
before have we seen an electric re
frigerator which in one year has
stepped out so far ahead.
Vhiblt Cold ? Kelvinator gives
you a Built-in Thermometer so you
can stt how cold it is. . . ViiibU
Economy?Kelvinator gives you in
advance a signed Certificate of an
amazingly Low Cost of Opera
tion . . . Visible Economy?Kcl
vitutor gives you a Five-Year Pro
tection Plan.
In addition ? a rubber grid in
every ice tray of this most beau
tiful, most convenient, most usable
Kelviuator ever built.
See it for yourself. You'll be glad
to find out it's no higher in price
than ordinary refrigerators, and that
buying terms are easier than ever.
At
as little as
Glv.*
KELVINATOR
Farmers Supply Co.
Spring CLEARANCE SALE
GUAR
USED
CARS
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
NO CASH DOWN
Your Old Car In Awri|i Condition
Will Probably Covor Down Paymant
?And Only $3.00 to $10 00 A
for a R&Q Car of Certified Quality
The old day* of used car buying are gone. Today,
your Ford dealer offers you an excluaive new
atandard of automotive quality in R St G car*.
Theae cara are renewed and guaranteed. Each
car muat meet a rigid eet of specifications as to
mechanical condition and appearance. And the
reeult ie a product so fine that it can be sold with
a written guarantee of "Satisfaction or your
Money Back!" After purchase, you may drive
the car two days and put it to any driving test
you please. If you are not fully satisfied, your
money will be refunded in full. In addition, you
will receive a written eervice warranty as a fur
ther protection. Thie double guarantee removea
forever the element* of doubt and uncertainty
that have troubled buyers of used cars for years.
Your present car will be accepted et its highest
cash value?you may not need any money to
drive awey a car that you can be really proud to
own. And only a few dollars a week takes car*
of the balsnce. Easy terms through Universal
Credit Company?authorised Ford Finance Plsn.
SEE THESE BARGAINS TODAY
1930 Chevrolet Coach $175
1931 Chevrolet Coach 200
1935 Standard Chevrolet Coach 400
1931 Ford Sedan 200
1932 Ford Coach 250
1932 Ford Coupe 175
1933 Ford DeLuxe Sedan*, 300
1934 Ford DeLuxe Coach 350
1934 Ford Coach 325
1934 Ford Coach 300
1935 Ford Coach . 375
1935 Ford Coach 400
Williamston Motor Co,
WILLIAMSTON, N. C. ' \
    

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