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8BThe Daily Tar HeelMonday, August 23, 1982
of life at UNC
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Hang Around at Poor Richard's When You Get Back To School!
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' Recycled Clothing
20 Off All PacEcs with this ad and U?IC ID
Area's Only Authentic ArmyNavy Outlet
10-7 Weekdays 10-6 Saturday
Kroger Plaza Chapel Hill 929-5850
Yes! Get a Free Carnation with any purchase (even as little as a dime) during The Potted Plant and Greener World's Fall Welcome
Back Extravaganza. See below for details and even more great buys and bargains. Three convenient mall locations The Potted
Plant at University Mail (Chapel Hill) and Northgate Mall (Durham) , and Greener World Garden Center in North Duke Mali '
(Durham) are stocked daily with fresh healthy tropical plants from our greenhouses. Fresh cut flowers are delivered at these
locations three times a week.
If you haven't vss.ted our greenhouses you should come by today. We have the largest greenhouses in Chapel Hill &
Durham over 17.000 sq. feet of covered, heated greenhouses plus an adjoining forest filled with potted plants. Cacti and ferns
are our specialties. You can count on us for:
Great variety High quality Low prices Complete selection of accessories
; A well-trained staff Help for your sick plants Dial any number belowt .
Interior Hants, Flowers Ct Services-
nPCIRN rnNKI !I TATION: To twle uou choose suitable Dlanls (or the lighting etc . we will
visit yout home or business.
PROFESSIONAL MAINTENANCE: We will vM your home or business once or twice
week to water, fertilize, prune, clean and spray for insects if necessary. Our work is guaranteed
RENTAL LEASING: We offer short-term rental of green foliage plants for weddings, parties,
etc Delivery and pick up are included Also available are long-term leases with maintenance
included. This may be suitable for moot I homes, offices, or restaurants.
FLOWERING POTTED PLANTS: We have quantity discounts for weddings, parties, etc
for purchase of IS or more potted flowers Chrysanthemums. Gloxinias. Hydrangeas.
PomsettK (30 or more), etc .
SILK ARRANGEMENTS: Custom made sat flower arrangements can b designed at Greener
World Choose from the widest selection of s flowers and vases or containers in the area.
FRESH FLOWERS: Fresh flowers at all three mall locations at the lowest prices around
Exterior Plants & Services
Plants: The Potted Plant Nursery and Greener World Garden Center
feature the largest variety of first quality shrubbery, trees and perennials
in the area at prices that can't be beat. Our fall shipments of shrubbery
have begun arriving. Among other things we will be featuring a
selection of Dwarf Specimen Pines and other Conifers. Our best selling
Junipers will be well stocked for you as will our Camelias. Our
shipments of trees will arrive after it turns a liftle colder. Come out and
see for yourself a new Greener World experience. Our staff will be glad
to help you.
Landscaping: Unique & exciting designs for exterior landscaping
Installation available. Volume discounts. Call 967-8568 (Chapel Hill)
'or 489-3893 (Durham) and ask for Don.
Any MaU Location
A Red, Pink or White
With any purchase and this coupon. Limit
one of the above per person.
Valid Weds. . August 'z-5-Tues., Sept. 7. 1982
i Greenhouse. Garden Center I
FWTf 1m E? A 4-25 Dracaena'
L-kaUfUe Marginata or 7.50 Caladium
With any 3.75 purchase at our greenhouse of
Greener World Garden Center and this coupon.
Limit one per person.
Valid Wed.. Aug. 2:i-Tues.. Sept. 14. 1982
""Greenhouse, Garden Center
$1.50 With this coupon any 1
gallon garden mum
regularly 3.75 is only $1.50.
Limit one per person with any other purchase.
Valid Wed.. Aug. 18-Tues.. Sept. 14. 1982.
Flowers at the Mall'
O J? Th $2.00 off th regular price
Ve)Vi AZ of oan freak flower
Prices with coupon are:
Long stem roses 7.95doi.
Sweetheart rose 4.75doi.''
Vll Wd . AuquU 1R-Tu . Spt 14 1982
i Of Super Specials
The Potted Plant GUARANTEES that these are
the LOWEST PRICES in the area for these
plants. They are V2 off our regular prices.
7.50 Dracaena Compacta. . .... .3.75
7.50 Dracaena Massengeana ..... 3.75
9.50 Dwarf Schefflera 4.75
Crepe Myrtle ZO Off
1 gal 1 V2 -Reg. 4.25 -TaOW 2.95
3-gal 3'-4'-Reg. 10.95 NOW 7.65
r- 25 off Greener VJotld Gift s-
Greencf World Garden Center hat many different gifts Wmd
Chimes (glass or brass and pottery) .Vases, Brass Planters.
Candle Sticks and Candles. Music Bones. Wicker Standi, etc.
Now uh IS oa any th Item with this ad
Silk Flowers 60 OFF
jf ?J?e O" group erf silk flowers
U A M a regularly up to 1 75.
- NOW .75 or S sterna
Hanging Casket Special
The regular low prices for most 10" baskets
are 8.00 and 9.00 (ferns) . These prices are
the same as last year's. Now we are offering
1- gal azalea (i 9'p Reg. 2.95 Now .95
2-gal azalea Reg. 6.50 Now 4.75
1- gal Ligustrum Reg. 3.75 Now 2.75
2- gal Ligustrum Reg. 7.75 Now 4.95
1-gal Ilex Compacta Reg 3.75 Now 2.75
1-gal Liriope Reg 3.75 Now 2.75
1 Cm Fertilixer
reg, 3.25; NOW 1.65 or 22.95
55 off Unbeatable Price
25 elf Ce-KHl Tlanters
25 off "Heath" Redwood Planters
at mr WtM tiv
Stark Cros. Fruit Trees
SaVC $5.00 off the price of a
potted Stark Fruit Tree. For lower food bills In
the year ahead, plant
Stark frutt rkjht now.
These trees have been
potted since spring. Buy .
now. save a year.
APPLES PEARS PEACHES
PLUMS NECTARINES ORNAMENTALS
Plants From Monrovia -
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The Potted Plant has a
large selection of
flowering shrubs from
Monrovia Nursery Co. in
California. More are due
to arrive shortly.
Variegated English Holly.
Blue Holly. Bamboo.
Look for the finest in Calif or niasrovn
shrnbbery from Chapel Hill's finest!
Orientation counselor Margo Wickersham (left) exemplifies the
strain of moving students into the dormitory. She worked at Morrison
Residence Hall. Anna Mahoney (above) shows the pain of leaving a lov
ed one behind. There were several thousand such stories last
Sunday when all freshmen moved in. Photos by Al Steele.
By DOUG LEWIS
"I got to meet a couple of really good
friends. In fact, I met one guy who I had
not seen since the sixth grade," said Chris
Thomas after attending Freshman Camp.
Cindy Cowan said, "Camp served as a
starting ground and enabled me to feel a
little bit more at home before I got thrown
in with everyone else."
Freshman Camp is an annual event
sponsored by Campus Y and run by stu
dent volunteers. Camp New Hope, which
is 8 miles from Chapel Hill, was the site
where 35 upperclassmen counselors and
175 freshmen gathered the weekend of
Aug. 13-15 for a variety of fun, discus
sions, lectures and serious friend-making.
UNC senior Doug Richardson, who was
co-director along with senior Kiri Craig,
explained that the camp was established 35
years ago to give incoming freshmen a
small set of friends to help them adjust to
"We have them participate in lectures,
ice-breaking activities and serious discus
sions about problems they may face," he
said. "Both student leaders and faculty
members are invited to come speak to the
Richardson also said that the freshmen
campers aren't the only ones who have fun
at camp. He said the volunteer counselors,
who are chosen through a screening pro
cess in the spring, gain many of the same
benefits that the campers do.
Counselor Cindy Deliastatious, who
had been a camper last year, said she had
more fun this year. "I really became close
to the freshmen I was responsible for, and
I got a better chance to see some of their
needs," she said. "I would encourage
anyone who likes meeting and helping
people to get involved in the program."
Joe Mainous, a counselor who had not
been a camper, echoed that sentiment.
"Freshman camp is an excellent oppor
tunity for someone to get involved in a
worthwhile project," he said. "You meet
a lot of people and have a great time."
fresh croissants, fine wines and cheeses, the best
in coffees, teas, herbs, spices, the ultimate names
in chocolate, confections, fruits, nuts, breads,
take-out kitchen, and all the wonderful
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eastgatechape! hill 929-7133
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3644 Chapel Hill Blvd.
When Ginero Carbone rcam0. to American he could speak little
English, but he brought With him something that Droved to be
more valuable. . .a knowledge of Old World recipes and a firm resolve to never cut
corners or dilute the richness of hisVrt. This proved to be a successful combination
with his restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y, for many years.
His sons, however, preferred the Southern life style and opened the now famous
Villa Capri in Raleigh, N.C. That was twenty-five years ago and in all those years the
Carbone family has never forgotten the original formula for successno shortcuts
and use the very best quality meats, cheese and wines to produce the same ex
cellent food first served in America over 50 years ago.
invites UNC to make
, .a sampling.
the Villa Capri the "TARHEEL ITALIAN
$4.55 SPAGHETTI . . ... . $3.25
$4.55 RAVIOLI $4.35
PARMIGIANA with salad or spaghetti
SHRIMP MARINARA with house salad
MEDIUM CHEESE . $4.95 LARGE CHEESE . . $5.95
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