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FARMVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM
Reading from left to right, front row, Joyce Tysotj, guard, Betsy Monies, guard, Margaret Williams,:
Ana Moore, center, Daphne Yelvertan, guard, State Meatoy, guard, Lola Gray Kempt *?red; middle K>w,
Walgton, guard, Bora Mae Barrett, guard, Bredah Oaaaey, guard, Faye Corbett, guard, Billy Johasatv guard;
row, Jean Baiter, forward, Bettie Wainright, forward Bettey Jones, forward, Jean Byrtum, Forward. Severe! f
were absent at the time tills picture was taken, including Marjorie Killibrew, high scaring forward.
Farmville girls have won 10 games,
lost two and tied one. They lost to
Arthur by a score of 14 to 11, and
to Chicod by a score of 88 to 28, and
tied Arthur 36 to 35.
The Farmville girls have defeated
Ayden 18 to 6; Snow Hill 26 to 8, and
58 to 26; Beivoir 87 to 12, and 32 to
13; Grimes land 39 to 22; Bethel 40 to
15; Stantonsburg 26 to 13; Washing
ton 27 to 15; Walstonburg 13 to 9.
The two Arthur games and the Wal
stonburg game were played without
the services of Marjorie Killibrew.
Farmville will play three gamee at
home next week; meeting Walston
burg Tuesday night, Chicod Wednes
day night and Grifton Friday night
Inapite of the fact that the Earm
ville girl's team lost so many players
by graduation, it has developed into,
one of the best teams in Eastern
Carolina. They always play the game
with lots of pep and enthusiasm and
are noted for their hard work, coop
eration and sportsmanlike conduct
After loaing such outstanding play
ers by graduation last year as Johnsie
Moore, Margaret Bynum, Jane Turn
age and Mary Leah Thome, the pres
ent sextet is determined to maintain
the fine record set by the girls last
year. Farmville won the County
Championship last year.
Check the Enterprise next week for
a record of the boys. They have also
won ten games out of 18 played.
In recognition of agriculture's
vital interest in the disposition of
surplus property, an Agriculture.
Policy Committee has been appoint
ed by the Surplus Property Admin
istration. ~ ?
March of Dimes Symbol
For millions of American^, Franklin P. Kosscvclt, who re
d to accept defeat from Infantile. paralysis, symbolized the'
ration's light against the Great Crippler organised and directed by
he National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, which the late
'resident founded. The above poster was prepared. Mr the NUtlen
J Foundation for its 1946 March of Dimes, January X4-J1,
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the operation of the water, i
electric light system* of ft* Town,
which are sot pledged or otherwise
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Sec. 8. That thia ordinance shell
take effect thirty day* after its fiMt
publication unless in the meantime a
petition for He wnhmiewion to tfie
voters is filed' under mid Act, and in
such event it stall take effect whan
approved by- tile VQfcrs of the Town
at an election as provided in said
Act - j
ed an the 11th day af January, 1946
and ww first published on fee 18th
day of January, 1944. Any action or
proceeding qalsMiaitag the vSBdlty
of said ordinance must be commenc
ed within thirty days after Its first
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