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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, March 01, 1946, Page 4, Image 4

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ft For Foot Protottloo on iko Hiykwoyl Adapter Unite I .. .wdw ?% ? A Joy to Use COOK WARE _ " &fK-....I.30 fi?ts 1.60 ii??*. J.40 .??? nd tta PUt bdilihttl tOt fftlttf Rl ME 19 tiH&l ?< NOW IN STOCKI u? u< tiiki mr ?Mlif. M bated nu top...Ufa a femow far Quality! RIVAL CAN OPENER ??ar J?mt AtmilmMe Tka only tin built with tkt only tire bn mi OwOrfy oor4 l?ay; H , Oomtrnctlon for yrootox . 109 South Main St FARMVILLE, N. C. ?# Wi m * were dinner guests of Mr*. Smith, Tueeday evening. Mrs. Tampie Burch, of HL__ Mi*. Roy Holt, of Jacksonville, visit 60 moou ana relative? m ana town Sudsy. Mr. ?nd Mr*. Esrl Long *nd dough tor, Egrten* maris a business trip to Richmond, Va., Tuesday. :?*'%'. Dr. Circle, of Raleigh, and Miss . janita Redick spent Friday sad Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Redick. Mr*. Graham Smith want to the Carolina General Hospital in Wilson, Tuesday for treatment. ? . x ' MT. and Ml*. Tom Hflloman and daughter, Patsy, of Moultrie, Go., spent last; week visiting Mr. Hollo roan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Holloman. M/Sft Jamas C. HoUoman left Monday for Fort Meads, M<L, after spending some time with his Stuart MeKeei, 7. a Vc, spent Saturday night her* with his mother, He was enreufc*-from New York to Camp Lejeune. \^ '? Mrs. Bdna Saunders, of Ports mouth, Vo., spent last week with Mr*. Ray West, Sr. Mr*. Cfemeron West was hostess at] three tables ef bridge Wednesday night, Feb. 20, at 7:80, honoring Miss Janie Marlowe, bride elect. After the arrival of the guests a delicious salad coarse was served by the boat ess, assisted by Mm Ray West, Sr., Mrs. Ray Wort, Jr., and Mr*. Edna Saunders. After scores were com piled Mrs. E. F. Brooks won high, a linen guest towel, Mrs. Jbmea Hart Baker won consolation, a set of ash tray*. Miss Marlowe was remember ed with a piece of crystal in her pat etrn. Those playing were Misses Janie Marlowe, Fannie Mae Smith, Clara Jenkins, Maadames Charlie Letchworth, W. A. Marlowe, Ray West, Jr., E. F. Brooks, Ray Weat, Sr., all of Walstonhorg, Mr*. James Hart Baker, Mm Dick Hart ami Mrs. Herbert Creech of Snow HilL Shower Bride-Elect Miss Farmie Mae Smith, Mrs. E. F. Brooks and Miss Juanita Redick were joint hostesses at a three course bridge luncheon and linen shower Saturday afternoon, at the home of Miss Smith, in honor of Miss Janie Marlowe, bride-elect. Place card* and nosegays marked the placet of the guests, and a gardenia corsage marked the place of the honoree. Fruit juices, hor* d'oenvre and nuts were served from an attractively decorated tray. After the salad comae, bridal ice cream and cakes were served. Following the luncheon Miss Marlowe was presented a piece of silver in her chosen pattern, and Mrs. Wesley Green, a recent bride, was remembered with china in her pat tern. During the progressions of bridge, iced coca-colas and nuts were passed. Mrs. Hardy Henry won high More, talcum powder, and the conso lation, ash trays, went to Miss Clara Jenkins. Miss Marlowe was present ed with a surprise shower of linen Those enjoying the hospitality ot the hostesses were Mies Marlowe, Miss Clara Jenkins, Miss Haaal Me Keel, Mesdaihes W. A. Marlowe, Wes ley Green, Truett Lang, Charlie Letch worth, Cameron West, Walstou burg, Mrs. Garter Smith of Fountain, and Mrs. Hardy Henry, of Washing ton, D. C. The Missionary meeting of the Christian Church met Monday after noon with Mrs. Ivey Smith as hostess. The business session was presided over by the president, Mrs. W. E. Lang. The program was in charge of Mrs. Bay West, Sr. The hostess, assisted by her daugh ter, Mrs. E. F. Brooks, served delici ous refreshments. EMtertaJna At Bridge On Monday evening Miss Alt* Barnes of" Raleigh entertained for Miss Marlowe at bridge. . A gardenia corsage was presented to the honeree by the hostess,'and high and second high prises were awarded the winners. Miss Marlowe was presented a hand-painted serving tray. ire mwirnnTi punch. Later in the evening a course ?with hot tea was served by candle light Each candle was tied with white satfei ribbon. The gnaate were: George Cherry, Louis Smith, R. E. Pod, M. T. Freeze, and Misses Lois Goodwin, Ruth Koet, Dot Beddings field, Mary Lowery, Evelyn White, and Mary Louise Ott. i well-to-do families begin matrimony on such a high plane that we wonder what they ..to work upt?<p| ? f P I ?! II. NOTICE TO CREDITORS of the Estate of R. H. Knott, late of Pitt County, State of North. Carolina, this is to notify ell ] or this notice will be f thalr j ??m?S. m" ??1bto W. R. BURNETTE, Administrator of tta Estate of Mn. Florence John B. Lewie, Atty. . F-22-fiwke ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified 11 of the Estate of Mrs. Alios : itirweej lata of Pitt County, N. O, this is to notify all persons having claims against Eta estate of tee said to exhibit thorn to the un at Esrmville, North Caro lina, on or before tits 8th day of 1 i" 1 'm " ? ?' NOTICTB TO CREDITORS of the Estate of Richard A. Psrirar, Sr, lata of Pitt Cotmty, Stats of North Carolina, this is to notify all NINNMIm of tba deceaosd to exhibit them to this undersigned at Farnnrffl* North Carolina, on or before the 1st day of February, 1P47, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their re All penom <"???*+? >? to said win please made imntadl ?'? P This the 31st day of January, 1PM. p GHRYSTELLE L. PARKER an U * UCROY PARSER, . Administrators of *?" * Parker, Sr., Estate. " John B. Lewis, Atty. F-l-?wk? ? 1 j ' ? 11 W': '? rv ~yy H I--i| prr-IfK^r. 1 H ?jf Mm k_ Br - J r |l-,-J ,^'aH j gr f\ - 9'W [ . # r ? m ""*4-v '> ??-v>.- - w We will be glad to provide those ex tra Chairs you may require for par -7.? r -. ? M*""? etc- ** *er*iee" *** " ?, you call or send for them. m^SSKKm ?? '+*1 - ' ? - :1 - $ -since iwr * r%v .. ^j.' FUNERAL HUME AMBULANCE SERVICE ? <? > ? , i ..'i. 'V?..*;?jjjr ; ... v_ ????? ->*r ' -FSv *.'. t ? _JP ? it-.-'*> '. rt' ?TtgE^. ' ;/2. ~i ??? I I l ii A Apple SauceM^cT 18c Cut Beets 14c Super Suds i^n, 23c Tomatoes 12c Orange JuIceS?r??!40c Baby Food ta 7c Sandwich 12c Ubbr's Quafttr Foeb BEANS iTmCm 10c MUSTARD ST 9e BEETS 13c D, P. Spaghetti6c Safe Hem Matches ?? 5c Meter's Pan Cocoas 10c Saahrite Chaater 3 15c colonial SWtFT PEAS I 29 ivory nakesT^"23c THBOr Grapefruit 29c S Sirs? 69c i lit ?"WW p PC *???# E ?' '?" ? ? T-vi-,"!, J :_J; JJ''?.- w vTt. ? 1 M^6H 23c JIFFY PIE CRUST fcS 14c OXYDOL POWDER SSS5? 23c CLOROX BLEACH % 19c HREDDED WHEAT ???? 2 23c >now s&rsu 23c IROTS jlr* *Pc "?"14c GREEN GOLD LABEL ????1 COFFEE ':.y; GREEN BEANS.... 2 lbs... . 27c GREEN TOPPED CARROTS 2 bchs. "... 15c FLORIDA GREEN CABBAGE 3 lbs. 15c MUSTARD OR TURNIP SAIAD..... 2 lbs. ? 29c U. S. N*. 1 IDAHO / J POTATOES 5 lbs. 25c FLORIDA JUICY?Size: M to Crate GRAPE FRUIT .. . 3 lbs,... 17c

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