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Boat Office at Fanwrille, N. O.
under Act at March talUTS.
Activities Of Women
In Church Groups
The Emily B. Holmes Class met
with Miss Elvira Tyson as
on Tuesday evening, and with Mrs.
r. Ibert C. Holmes presiding.
An inspiring devotional, stressing
? theme "Love," was given by Mrs.
Maker, who also read an ap
Mrs. Holmes was in charge of the
entertainment program for the eve
ning and conducted a series of lovely
games and interesting contests.
ITie hostess served delicious ice
cream and cookies.
Mrs. Cecil Wlnstead was a visitor
?nd Mrs. C. L. Laagley was wel
comed A a new member at this time.
The Young Woman's Auxiliary of
the Baptist Missionary Society, met
Monday evening with Mrs. H. D.
Miss Elvira Tyson presided and as
program leader made a splendid talk
on "Spiritual Atomic Power." The
meditation was based on 1st Peter,
The hostess served a delectable
salad plate with baked apples form
ing a rose motif, sandwiches, crackers
Group l, Woman's Council, met at
the home of Mrs. Z. M. Whitehurst,
.Monday evening, with Mrs. Prank
DaVis, Jr., presiding. Mrs. Florence
Thome presented the devotional,
wWch was followed by a prayer chain
The members, led by Mrs. Thorn
took part in a discussion of the pro
the comcil publication,
The World Roll CalL" j
Refreshment money was donated!
y the hostess to the council treasury.
Mrs. L. L. Hardy was hostess to
. Group 2 at her home in Madry, Tues
day evening, in which early spring
ETTLT* I*"101 artistic ef
fect TTie meeting was marked by
Mli. Robert D. Rouse presided
tiS ^^.8eleCtf0n reUtin^ to Chris
of the devotional
i2e? Skinner, program
eader^renducted a quiz on Scripture
references and home and foreign mis
sioos. Mrs. c. H. Moye delighted'
thegroup ^ voca, selections, with!
Piwo accompwiiment by Mrs. Jake
kStfllST** ^ h?^ the
^ P?? Pies, towed
With cream, and coffee.
eetZlH^ MrK Emegt Rm"
??"> Wednesday evening, with Mr?
^v^!!.11510110 ? Ch*rge of the de
Eta? Ted I* Al
* brief busi
tSd iTp^L W^ip Snpper' to be
veteped by the chairman.
Mtfowmg adjournment, fruit cake,
topped with cream, nuts and coffee
wens served by the hostess.
followed fey a discussion of the
by the members. Mrs. W. A.
conducted the regular "Hidden An
swers" portion of the
Mrs. C. L. lopes, whose birthday
the aaipe as that of
meeting, was remembered with gifts
from Hie other
During the nodal hour, the hostess
served cookies, nuts end coca colas.
The Woman's Auxiliary met, Mon
day afternoon, with Mrs. G. Alex
Rouse. Mrs. W. R. Bumette presided
and outlined objectives for the m
year, which were featured by the
General Church's Foreign Recon
struction proposals, the World Day
of Prayer, to be held fYklay, March
8th, with this group as local lewfe
and the Lenten educational program.
Mrs. Rouae, treasurer, gave a report
of receipts and expenditures for the
past year in the Five Fields of
Members of the Presbyterian Wom
an's Auxiliary and their guests, mem
bers of the Ballard's Auxiliary and
Garraway*8 Chapel Circle, met at the
home of Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, on East
Church street, Tuesday, for a special
. and * covered dish I
CUfton Corbett, vice president,
in the shswe of the presi
dent, Mrs. W. H. Moore, Jr.
Mrs. E. S. Coatee- conducted the
devotional program, end a ftnign
mission study baaed on the book, "tin
Cross Over Africa," by Bishop Nis
san, was* developed by Mrs. M. E.
Pollard, Auxiliary Secretary of For
eign Missions, and by Mrs. J. M.
Mewborn and Mrs. Cherry Easley,
who reviewed the book fa its entirety,
pointing out the opportunities and
responsibilities of the churches in the
African mission Arid.
Following the presentation of the
program, a covered dish luncheon was
served, buffet style, from the dining
table, which was centered with a love
ly arrangement of growing plants.
The Rev. E. S. Coatee gave the
Burley tobacco farmers have ex
pressed desire for a 1946 acreage
cut of at least 20 per cent and a 50
per cent penalty against growers
who violate quotas.
Mire Elixbaeth Gafaey, Home Dem
onstration Agent fa Cumberland
County, N. C., for the past 32 yean,
was recently honored by the farm
women of the county who gave her
a handsome bronse plaque.
1 THEATRE 1
FARMVTLLE, N. C
SATURDAY, FEB. 2
Crebbe-Al St Joto-in
"FIGHTING BILL CARSON"
Chapter 2, "Purple Ronetir^J
SUNDAY art MONDAY
Betty Huttorv-Berry Fitsgerald
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Pet O'Brien-George Murphy
FOR SALE-AT ONCE!
Mrs. C. C. Joyner Re&uldence on Corner of S.
Contentnea St and Pine St, Farmville, N. C.
This is a nice home, Steam Heated,
with 2 living rooms, 5 bed rooms, dining
room, breakfast room and kitchen. ' 2
reception halls and nice closets.
? CASH or TERMS! ?
J. W. JOYNER
Phone 257-1 Farmville, N. C.
We Have on Hand
Electric Water Pumps
FOR SMALL ROOMS
STOVE MATS, STOVE PIPE and COLLARS
We also have a Good Supply of Bagal
Base Bulbs for Floor Lamps
WILSON STREET FARMVILLE, N. C.
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Joe R. Joyner & Son
Ambulance Service ? Day or Night
105 WALLACE STREET FARMVILLE, N. C.
Joyier Mitnl Birial Association,las.
If JM are not already a member of this Association,
it will pay you to iarestigate its advantages*. Everyone
can afford to carry the protection it offers. 1
The law requires all Taxes to be listed hi
January, alao a 10 per cent penalty for failure
to list on time.
-AND He AC'S ABOUT
TH* POINT WHERE I
I THHIBMH MUTTUlf
I JUST RECEIVED Shipment Hud'
hags and Luggage.
FARMVILLE FURNITURE CO.
I KEEP TOUS EYES OPEN FOR the
New Complete Line of ZENITH ft
TRUETONE RADIOS I
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
| FOR SALE?Several loads of Fire
Wood, Oak and Pine; 1 foot and
3 foot lengths. Miss Bert Burnette,
Route 1, Farmville, N. - C.
I EXPECTED SOON?RUGS ? Wool
Ruga 12x21, 12x13, 12x18, 9x12, etc.
FARMVILLE FURNITURE CO.
[RADIO BATTERIES ? We hare a
good stock?Come in and get one
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
| ATTENTION BUSINESSMEN !? I
am now open for some business
connection of some knd. What
hare yon to offer? C. E. Modlin,
Phone 249-2, Farmville, N, C. 2tp
[FOR BLANKETS, COMklRTS, and
FARMVILLE FURNITURE CO.
THE WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
Co., announces its new musical
program, scheduled for every Son
day morning from 10:30 t? 11:00
over station JWPTF, Raleigh.
TAKEN UP ? Small |ig found near
my hog lot Omeran get same
by giving description and paying
small coat. Floyd Morgan, Prolific
Hill Farm, Farmville, Route 2.
COMB IN AND LOOK AT OUR
TOOLS. WE CAREY A COM
PLETE LINE OF GARDEN AND
WESTERN AUTO ASSSO. STORE.
FOR SALE ? Extra heavy SO gallon
Hot Water Tank for range or
Laundry Stove. In use 12 months.
Mrs. R. F. Tugwell, Farmville, R.
F. D. No. 2, Telephone 187, Foun
tain, N. C. F-l-2tp
GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT by
planting early bearing Fruit Trees,
Nut Trees and Berry Plants, of
fered by Virginia's Largest Grow
ers. Write for New low-price
catalogue, lilting extensive line of
Fruits and Ornamentals.
. - WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA.
WANTED ?WHY WORRY IF]
Afflicted With Any Known:
SKIN DISEASE, Ask About
. V-J-O. City Drnff Company.'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified u Administratrix
of the Estate of R. H. Knott, late of
Pitt County, State of North Carolina, J
this is to notify all persons having!
claims against the Estate of the de-j
COosed to exhibit them to the under
signed at Farmville, North Carolina,
on or before the 1st day of February.
1947, or this notice win be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All peraoi
indebted to the said Estate will please
made immediate settlement.
This the 81st day of January, 1948.
LOUISE W. KNOTT, ~
B. H. Knott Estate.
John B. Lewis, Atty. ? F-l-?wks
QUESTION: What an the prhs
pects for getting- new farm machin
ery this year?
ANSWER: Not too bright. The
actual production of new fanning1
implements during the last three
months of 1946, a peacetime period,
was approximately 10 per cent lees
than in the last quarter of 1944, a
war period, Extension Service spe
, QUESTION: What are the rates
of payment to be made under the
1946 AAA program for seeding Whi
ter cover crops,
ANSWER: State AAA men re
port the following rates of pay for
cover crops seeded with inoculated
seed in well-prepared seedbeds. Crim
son clover, 16 cents pa- pound; hairy
vetch, 12 cents per pound; Austrian
winter peas, 6 cents per pound, and
annual ryegrass, 8 cents .per pound.
QUESTION: Is it really better to
prepare tobacco plantbeds in the
ANSWER: Extension Service to
bacco specialists say poeitively "yes."'
Fanners who prepared beds last Fall
and applied cyanamid and uramon to
kill weeds, though delayed now by
wet weather in planting seed, are far
ahead of farmers who must prepare
beds from scratch. / -
Back of the Considerate Service of
fered by our establishment lie years
of professional training and experi
: - i'ir i- "
ence. You can trust us to perform
our necessary tasks with skill and .v
a same of deep responsibility.
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FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME
This is to inform my many friends and
customers that I am now associated
FarmviUe Motor Co.
ON MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
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And I invite you to come to see me at the
above Garage for your general
Auto Repairing, Body
? Your Patronage Always Appreciated ?
L. E. FLOWERS
FarmviUe Motor Co.
' HUDSON SALES and SERVICE
MAIN STREET ? PHONE 284-1 ? FARMVTLLE, N. C.
Yea, it's a scientific fact! The secret of
a aunny disposition, of extra energy
... is frequently the proper kind of
So be sure your mattreas is a famoua
EnglAndee! You'll sleep in blissful
comfort, your body correctly, buoy
antly supported on Englandee'S ex
clusive "Non-Stretch" construction.
And the Bodyguard gives you yecrt
of splendid wear. Its band-tailoring
. . . pre-built borders . . . over-sue
inner rolls combat sagging, bulges.
Stunning, durable tickings. Cease
- i' "T?->.-$?
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