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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, May 16, 1919, Image 1

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mm SubscdptionJl.W a Year in Advance no. as BW- *>.. ? ? V ' t>rS ,/U*. ganizatiofl Perfected. SQe&al call meeting of vlfleVteding citizens was - -:cv ?_ v* ?* ? #?*ac .i... _ ? 25f_ moss iiiE vvti^m selves Ui^ln^Tc A; Rouse.^Tbc efecHoo ori Board of Governors wfcs post poned until the next meeting. Messrs? J. Loyd Horton aad W. It Willis were appointed^ ted as a committee to loos the matter of securing ?oita [uarters for the club, and set m on Hie necessary fori* > musical instruments^ etc. | easts. J. T. Harris,,*}. M. 13th,Mis.B.A. Joyneft ft live homewssa scene of I) ness, the occasion being a MJ Shower* given in factor of Elspeth Askew; the >;bea and aceomtfjshed daught< M^and^W;aA8k?W| the front door by the l?.o assisted by terjister,' pigr! Crittenden, XrfWHsoo, and A*ew. ?? ed upon the scene, and standing direct in front of MisS Askew, And behold the glfta your Wends have lent ' ; &.?? With lots of love *nd gcod latent. Then the folding ^oors stc heme of the omission. The table was a thi from the i delier, a. w in her |3 read o States, in an <if dozens pt and every wort k. * "Nr*w? >*. m i ??*._?. ?> * the story, stra f& vFo begin le cares to but, other lised by the members s aay they can do it r teains and outlined hail do it by the dbs ? ??S3?v\Vl?c. ?? ' "-"Vsri1.' ?' mmt. plans it took* as survey is iMges aod We will not >( theirs will go further toward* ridding the next generation ol the menace of Bolshevism than iny Other thing ftey fcnew of because education, permeated with Christianity, means those who receive it will become good citizens in the largest and tfefc meaning ci the word. Titled*, eating of the Negro, the moun ,art of Iheir thirty settlement houses id out districts of J?s work for the iheir Bethlehem iir Wariota Set; "braves" can go. after camp- 1 fire fashion, and learn 4ygiene,J spepg and religion at- onCand L2? iL? , v jiff t" < ? * ' A r"' -V tne same time.^-^x ?rthe windows and locked fur to spend the thirty-five millioo dollars to the belt advantage at needsh^ip ndwTv^e1 mjS'S Wesley, and Methodists will not (alter In their responsibilityrtherfeV ? ? ?-? i'- ?= _ j , 2-?_, _L Reinvestment o the ! acond liberty Bond interest in Thrift or War Savingi St imps is urged upon the ataens o Faunae oyertoinveators to Federal Reserve District. Mayor f aid.. "The treasury De? partmen] I has urged ^jtho.cq to take this interest money jand reinvest it in Thrift or War Sav inats Stamps. By Ais pem they can tuni . ih??r Jntcrtst into Interest ft is profitabWfatriot ism and I trust that Our citizens who own Second Loan Bonds will do so as the Treasury De mtiSS: . m ' V. t- * * . . l ."Arnttl^eo^ have asms days. We StiiS^^ch c pride todo less than our nei boring cities. They are a nin* to i$H up a big total h$ Savings Stamps and to <g largely through their inte coupons. Let's *et busy * leadt^jpiocession." churches, uxK hospitals,* Methodists will co-operate* in every way possible with other missions and work with them sStS'S the ereat world recoDstruifem miffi jos of ?t#artd dim through Extension. Howev*^ the Uj mm*#***''*

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