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Bank of Farmvitte
We are offering the above
reward for the information
leading to the arrest and
convictian of person or per
sons breaking in and rob
bing our place of business
on March 3, or March 23,
CUV FISH & OYSTER 66.
Farmville, N. C, . .
and Wn. Carter
fill* E. V'teaTSd*?
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Mr. and Mn. Charlie Taylor, of
r. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mnt
"Edgar Gay, son of Mr. and Mrs.|
Wiley Ga^ received hi* honoral
discharge from the U. S. Army U?*|
.Saturday at Ftort Bragg.. Mr. Gay|
with the Matt
Mrs. Nate Jkaeklrfort ia Q1 at the I
home of her daughter, Mrs. Bill Ellis, |
in WHaon. kvi-'-V
Mies Edna Earl HoHoman, student]
at Man HOI College, ia ???*?*
Spring holidays here With her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. #.
Jimmie Gardner, StewMtt
and Edgar Gay visited friends at|
Fort Bragg, Tuuudhy.
Mr .and Mrs. E. F. Brooks
friends in Warsaw and Faison last!
Mh and Mrs. Irwin Mirahew, of
near Wilson, visited Mr. and Mrs. |
Truett Lang last Sunday.
Pvt. William Whitley returned to
Fort Bragg Tuesday after a week's
stay here with his parents, Mr.
Mrs. J. & Whttfey.
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Among UIOS9 irum rme wno m*
tended the funeral of Miss Mints
Parker,-of Woodland, were Mk. and
Mrs. B. L. Dhvis, Miss Page Davis
and Miss Sara Griffin. Miss
Parker, sistpr of the deceased, has I
been a member of flte school firftfty]
here for the part four j
The Woman's Chib meeting was
postponed this week due to the ill
ness of the hoe teas, Mis. Neta
Shackleford. Mrs. G. W. Baiiey will
be the hottest nrtrt
The Walstonburg Home Demon
stration Club met with Mrs. Frank
EMI, Tuesday afternoon. Plans were
made for the District Meeting to be
held in Snow Hill, ApHf 18. After
tt? business, Mr* Butter gave _
tiriiriy talk on "SaVing the Foods We
Grow." TTje hostess then served ice [
cream and* cake.
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-Miss r anrae me pmiai^- io8icr
daughter of Mr. Major Jones, of Wal
a touting, became the brfdb of Rfeh
ard Stephen Holloman, son of Mr.
aft* Mr*. S. J. HoUontew of W*Mm*
burg, in a quiet ceremony performed
, j Wednesday afternoon) March it, at
5:36 o'clodc- in the First Baptist
Church, of Wilson. Use pastor, the
Rev. Mr. Baucom. officiated.
TM bride wore"s dress of dqmr
crepe with brown accessories and a
single strtnd of pearls, a gift ^ of the"
bridegroom. Her shoulder corsage
war df. orchids.
Immediately - after the ceremony,
thb couple left for a wedding trip to
Western North Carolina.
BUY "SAVINGS BONDS" NOW !
robbed since their departure. ?
Members of the Emily B. Holmes
Sunday School clash; Baptist, mfet
Tueedey evening m the home of MA.
R. T. Williams with Miss Hazel Bakfct
as joint :
The devotional exercises were con
ducted by Mns. C. L. Langley, who
chose as her Scripture rehding the
46th Psalm. Mrs. Elbert C. Holmfee
presided over the busbiess session,
Mrs. Elmer HhuMB, in charge of the
entertattBrent, conducted several in
i The hostesses wtiti strawberry
shortcake and salted nuts. Special
guests wens MV* ftoy B Davies, of
Sharon, Pa., Mrs. Cecil Wfasteafl,
Bfrt. R: N. FrSemaB and lfc-s. Robert
At Saturdays Bird Chft' prograA,
Z*> WfcttWtttb* read "Planting for
Birds," a talk made by Dr. C. L.
Newman at the March- meeting <tf
the Raleigh Bird Club, in which he
stressed the importance of native
trees and shrubs in relation to BiM
Such plants furnish food add shel
ter as w* as a plart in whfeh to
nest and rear young. Those with
thorns and thick branches afford a
rhMtt* of pMtttlen from chemise.
Dr. Newman gave the following
list at plants mMsMh for birds add
the number jof species partaking of
the berries: red ceria* 54; cherries,
84; dogwood, 93; hawthome, 8b;
elderberry, 100; btafck betry, 67; bay
berry, 78; mulberry^ 69; shadbudi,
46; and gmpes, 87.
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L. ^ '
"Pi rather wait for
than want for Quality n
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"In spite of hard usage my old shoes still have
plenty of wear in them. Why? Became they're
Flcrsheims/buiit with die extra measure of Quality
that is this country's standard pf fine shoe value.
"Right now my dealer can't supply rile with
. new ones ... but I'd father wait for Florsheitna
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than take a chance on inferior substitutes. I Jtnpwt
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IH be the gainer in the long run, because...
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Features:?Nothm* fat Bam bat Pore Hot Air
More Uniform YeBow ? Constant Temperature and
? HUntiMity. tf<*s On!f m tietfto# trd*y} only 150
Kfok|lf. Tferefare more wtfght NoScareingy
? SEE IT IN OPERA It ON AT #
THE VALDOSTA (G?.)
ffr TURfiSR ROCKWELL
I A bulletin recently issued by the Fed
r ernl Reserve Bank of Atlanta points to the
. industrial changes in the South during the
jf war years and calls attention to the
I BURies for retention of many of the
' made and the betterment of the
status of this section.
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There karbeen such a marked
Went oftSe industrial phase of the
economy that we may well look
future in the full confidence thht the.
will no longer depend almost entirely oh
farm products for its livelihood,
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In the war period, as the butetM tell#
us, there was a notable inciWase in (fee
number employed In manufacturing as
compared to agricultural employment. He*
only ia this true but many parti of tM
South that formerly knew little or nothing
of manufacturing activity became centers'
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both industrial and agricultWU expansion.
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Indications are that there will be a
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