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Seniors wishing to participate in on-
campus recruiting during fall and spring
semesters are invited to attend a
registration workshop on Monday,
November 19 at 10:00 a.m. in the Career
Resource Room on the second floor of
Cate Center. The registration workshop
is required prior to attending the
Our American service members serving in
Saudi Arebi and the Persian Gulf wentmail
fromtheStatesto help relieve the boredom
in the desert. Send your cards, letters, or
care packages to: Any Service Member,
Operation Desert Shield, FPO New York,
Several more ringers needed for bellchoir.
Experience not required. Interest and
commitmenta must! Neighborhood church
near NCSU. Meets Wednesday 7:30-9:00
p.m.Call851-2328.Ride provided if needed.
Purple sequin tank dress, size tO, worn
twice! $50,00. Call Pat at 828-4892.
SOFA, ivory w/ivory stripe, roll-arms. Very
good condition.$200. Call Julie at833-5525.
Have some books, pa rty dress, furnitu re or
other items you want to sell? Advertise in
the Meredith Herald! Student rate: only
$2.50 for up to 20 words.
Addressers wanted immediately! No
experience necessary.Excellentpay! Work
at home. Call toll-free: 1-800-395-3283.
Earn free toys for Christmas - Host a
Discovery Toys® party. Need extra cash?
Sell toys! Call Amy at 556-0326,
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For A Fair Price,
WU iSite 1S)U
For A Spin ®n®
And Let wu
The state Fair October 12-21, Raleigh
Rjr less Aan the price of a movie ticket, you can enjoy a harvest of fun at the
North Carolina State Fair. Tty out our many spinning, plummeting, thiiDing-rides
Or, test youT skill at games like “Whack A Mole” and “Ftog in addition to
scores of other fair Sorites. The food at the fair is unmatchable. Ftom fWed
dou^, footlong hot dogs and cotton candy to the down-home go^ess of our
barbecue, baked goods and more. \&ull marvel at the skill of hundreds of crafts
people from all over the state, dispU^jing their wares. Plus, enjoy a host of other
one-of-a-kind events Bke lumbeiiack demonstrations, pig races, prize-vrinnitig
livestock shows, tractor pulls and even Smokey The Bear.
And there's music eveiy night, with free’ concerts featuring a variety of
famous ituisicians, singers and bands. Concerts be^ at 7:00 each evening.
So take a dale for a spin over to the North Carolii^ State Fair. And reap a
harvest of fun at a real fair price.
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Students - only $2.50
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Date ad is to run;
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October 17, 1990