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THE BOUSE PBINTERY
FarmTille, N. C.
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All Legal Adv. 6c a line p?
Second CUee Mail Matter at the
Poet Office at Farmville, N. a,
Act at March Sid, 1878.
Bay Savings Bends Now And Save 1
Tidal waves fait coastlines once in
20 years. The inland tidal waves of
erosion an constant unless controlled
by meadow stripes, terraces and crop
Miss Willie N. Hunter, clothing
specialist of the State College Ex
tension Service, says that women's
spring clothing styles feature longer
skirts, fuller, plainer and more fem
Building and Loan
Meeting Held Tuesday
The annual stockholders meeting,
of the Farmville Building ?uid Loan
Association, was held in the City
Hall, Tuesday evening, April 16, at
8:00 o'clock, at which time the fol
lowing members of the Board of
Directors were reelected; J. O. Pol
lard, W. A. McAdams, Manly liles,
R. LeRoy Rollins, John B. Lewis, A.
W. Bobbitt and G. A. Rouse.
At a meeting of the Board, held
later in the evening; the following
officers were reelected; J. O. Pollard,
president; W. A. McAdams, vice pres
ident; G. A. Rouse, secretary and
treasurer, and J. B. Lewis attorney.
U. D. C.
Mrs. J. H. Darden was gracious
hostess to the Rebecca Winbourne
Chapter, U.D.C., at its April meeting.
Featuring an enthusiastic business
session were reports given by Mrs.
R. D. Rouse, president, Mrs. W. M.
Willis and Mrs. F. M. Davis from the
District meeting held recently in
Weldon. Mrs. J. W. Parker spoke of
plans to complete the Chapter's
record of men ichthe community, of
Confederate ancestry, who served in
World War II.
Mrs. Sidney Carr, program chair
man, introduced as guest speaker,
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. F. T. Carr
who gave an intensely interesting
paper which dealt with ships used
during the War Between the States.
Spring flowers artistically decorat
ed the home and in the social period
ice cream and cake were served.
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as New Cars begin
Why not Sell your
OLD CAR NOW
while you can get
We will pay cash for
any Make or Model
FaranriHe Meter Ce.
FARMVILLE, N. C.
Mas HsmI Biker, of Farmville,
?pent tin week end with her
hen* Jin. Ray West, Jr.
Mr. end Mrs. Sam Jenkins had as
their dinner guests last today, Mr.
ant Mrs. Horace Herring.
Miss Hazel McKeel, of Wilson,
er mother, Mn. Tryp^eni*
iere last Saturday.
' Mr. and Mp. Baker, of Greenville,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lang last
Mhs. Baby Burnetts and baby and
Mm Apple Flanagan, of Fartnville;
Mr. and Mm Robert Johnston, of
izrhsm; Mm Murk White end Mrs.
L. B. Ford, of Wilson, visited Mr. end
Mm Ray West, Sr., Sunday.
Mr. and Mm v Louis Harrril, of
Pinetbopa, woe dinner guests of hjr.
sari Mm Arthnr Gay, last Saturday
Major T. W. Simpson of Washing
ton, D. C., spent the week end here.
He was accompanied home Sunday by
Mrs. Simpeon and daughters, Garolyn
and Nancy, who spent the last two
weeks with Mm Simpson's mother,
Mm W. E. Lang.
Misses Evelyn Shackleford, of
Washington, D. C., and Katy Grey
Shackleford, of Raleigh, spent the
past week end with their mother,
Mm Katy Shackleford.
Mr. and Mm R. G. Fields, Miss
Ruby Burch, Mm C. T. Hicks and
Gray Fields were Raleigh visitors,
Mr. and Mm Lee Jones were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mm Elmer
Hinson in Farmville, Monday eve
Those from here who attended the
Fireman's Association at Plymouth,
Tuesday, were J. C. Gardner, Henry
sons, Don Ray and Charles, visitect
Mania and reiaiivee near
Easter Sunrise Service
Then will 6e an Eaatar
Service held for the Walstonburg
community (and all others vdvo will
attend) in front of the school build
ing, beginning promptly at' sunrise,
In case of inclement weather, the
Service will be held In the arcade be
tween the two teHdhn
This will be a beautiful time of day
to worship our Riaen Lord. ,
The Walstonburg Community Choir
and the Elementary and high school
Glee Clube will prepent the annual
program of music, Easter, m the
?Christian Church at 8:00 P. M. Let
us 411 worship through music.
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service of the Methodist Church
met with Mrs. Fred Bosnian, Wed
nesday P. M. Mrs. R. D. S. Dixon,
president, pteAded over Hie business
session, and a most enjoyable pro
gram was then presented.
ATTEND GRAND LODGE MASONS
E. C. Holmes John King', Herman
Baker, Grover Lee Bailey, Claude
Joyner, J. T. Bundy and W. E. Joyner
attended the annual meeting of the
Gnud Lodge of Masons, held in Ral
eigh, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Bandy was given the honor of
casting the unanimous vote of the
Grand Lodge in the election of his
son, W. J. Bundy, of Greenville, to
the office of Grand Master, and as
sisted in his installation. A brother,
Sam Bundy, acted as one of the mar
shals for the occasion.
From high eufved
crystal to exquisite
bracelet this Lady
Elgin is refreshingly
new. The supply is
still limited. 19
Jewel movement. -
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so many men prefer.
Star timed for accu
racy. Many men tciR
be jad they watted
for this Elfin.
See the graceful tines
of this dainty Elfin
De butts. It's sure
to please her. Will go
Each month we're gettinemore and more of ?
the beautiful new Elgin watches. Made in
America by American craftsmen. Come in
and see the new models today. Learn how
easily you can own an Elgin.
FARMVILLE'S LARGEST JEWELRY STORE
103 North Mala St Fanovillo, N. C.
aiae, ta gaad
fa Bicycle, medium
* AUTO SUPPLY
a its at# musical
Mad Cor every Saa
frem MA# ta 11A?
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over etatfon 1
WE HATE a
few freeser Inkers
eaer Lactam. Stc
Wiring, call or eee Warren Palmer,
SOS N. Main St, Farm villa. Mat
up, end delivery ser
FOR SALE: COKER'S Cotton Seed
$3.00 per beaked. Pitt Gin
Co, Fermvilfc, N. C. 2tp
njifoi in. ? i m$j
BAY? YOU LOOttBD OVVB OUR
SPORTING GOODST^WE CAR.
RT NEARLY A COMPLETE
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
WANTED ? A YOUNG LADY of
neat appearance far a good, perm
nent position. Apply, Saturday,
April 20, 9-12:00 A, M., Silver
Craft Photo Studio, Horton Boil
fog, Faraville, N. C. lte
COMB IN AND LOOK AT OUR
TOOLS. WE CARRY A COM.
PLETE LINE OP GARDEN AND
WESTERN AUTO ASSSO. STORE.
To Help You
Death brings many problems to those who are left be
hind?many of them most be met during a most difficult
period. From our experience, we have found ways to help
by taking over many such tasks and completing them in
accordance with instructions we receive ... It is part of
our service to you.
FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME
HALL DAM AG E
nONT gamble on dm weather and lose your
entire crop investment.
i Protect your tobacco crop against hail damage
' with this economical protection. The Farm Bit
reau Mutual Fire Insurance Company em pro
vide' a Hail insurance policy on your growing
"Let Us Worry About the Weather for You**
A FARM BUREAU
JOB fj Mutual Fir* Insurance Co.
JOHN D. DIXON
Office Up Stairs fu Old Citizens Bank Building
- . FARMVILLK. N. C.
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. When a client seeks the services of a funeral director,
he must be able to do so with perfect confidence. At-such
times, friendly, sympathetic help and counsel are invaluable.
Our service is uniquely personal, the result of an honest
desire to be of aid to the bereaved.
Joe R. Joyner %
V i AMBULANCE |
105 WALLACE STREET FARMVILLE, N. C.
A TURKEY DINNER
ALSO STEAKS, CHOPS
ELLIS J. AND GEORGE RABIL
Owners & Managers
1 m "WE STRIVE TO PLEASE" ?
UAn/IU I fir palmist ana psychic reader
Ill/lU/mlMI JLiEiEj (Licensed by State of North Carolina)
Without having- seen or heard of you before, she will tell you at your
private affairs, giving' you plain factp and figures that will and v
Stnmge, true and fascinating are the words that flow from the
tips of this gifted and unrivaled medium. Not only will die read your
life like an open book, but also help you out of your troubles, re-unite
the separated, settle lovers' quarrels, enable you to win the esteem,
love and affection of any certain one, restore lost affection, bring
lasting happiness to discouraged parties, give reliable information and
advice on all problems of life?such as love, courtship, marriage,
changes, travel, business, stocks and investments.
Knowledge at present is power in the future. Madam Lee doss
not flatter you. She will tell you plain facta.
Readings Daily. Hearst 1? a. m. till 10 p. m. (Lot* for Hand Sign)
OFFICE IN TRAILER COACH, JUST NORTH OF BRIDGE
Route 11, Bethel Highway Greenville, North Carolina
Permanently Located at Duke's Service
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LET US HELP YOU OUT !
We're always willing to lend a helping hand. Especially
when the difficulty is one associated with Home Ownership.
And the best help we can offer anyone is to arrange Home
Financing on our Direct Reduction Flan. Finance or Re
finance your Home this modern way, and get the benefits
of the substantial savings it assures!
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ASSOCIATION OF MEEIVILLE
320 EVANS STREET GREENVILLE, N. C.
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