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FUST FEDERAL SAVHNS& LOAM
ASSOCIATION OF MEEIVILLE
320 EVANS STREET GREENVILLE, N. C.
' -? Phone 3224
A. C. TAD LOCK, See. and Treas.
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 & Son Funeral Home
105 WALLACE STREET FARMVILLE, N. C.
? HOME OF
JOYNER MUTUAL BURIAL ASS>N., Inc.
Membership Certificates Now Being Mailed
to 90 days' paid furlough*
on length a t service^ with
furlough travel pay at the rate of 5
a mile to home and return, for
now in the Army who enlist
8. A 90-day furlough every year ]
at full pay.
9. Mustering out pay (baaed on
length and place of service) to all
men who are discharged to re-em
10. An increase of 5 percent in
pay for every S years enlistment?in
addition to the many other promo
11. Option to retire at half pay
for the net of your life, after 20
years' service?or three-quarters pay
SO years' service. (Retirement
income in grade of master or 1st Ser
geant np to 8158.26 a month for life.)
All previous active federal military
service counts toward retirement.
12. Benefits under the GI Bill of
13. Family allowances for the term
of enlistment for dependents of men
who enlist or re-enlist before July
14. Opportunity to learn one or
more 900 skills ami trades taught in
army gehools in U. S. or occupied
16. Choice of branch of service or
overseas theater in the Air, Ground
or Service Forces on three-year en
16. Privilege of benefits of Na
tional Service life Insurance.
17. Reserve and AUS Commission
ad Officers, Warrant Officers and
Flight Officers released from- active
duty may be enlisted in Grade 1
(master or 1st Sergeant)Reserve
Officers may retain their reserve
The Army Reeruftfag Station in
Gsoe&villsi is locstdd on tin third
floor of the City Hall Building. They
are open from eight until five o'clock
-daily and carry a trained staff well
qualified to answer any questions
pertaining to the Regular Army.
The college yell of the school of
experience is silence.
R3P* ' . ; f ' -:':i
to entering military service, I was connected
Shop, Rocky Mount, and since being
Vaccinate Yonr Dog
There to a Stole L?w *
tkms be doife during the mcmlhe of
CounSy to under the direction of Dr.
N iWh Eitaett, Pitt County
Health Officer, who has appointed *
rtbiee inaptgtor.ftt? each one of the
Since rebtoe to larger* ***?"
ther disease, it to important
dog* be vaccinated early to older to
protect them against the disease.
Should we barn an out break of
thu ftiiffiitf lte lltoy have ^ m
Hake County, it might be if^amry
for the Hertth Offlterto enfOtee the
quarantine of all dogs
fhr the protection of the public,
the Health Officer urges all dog
ewnere to have their doge vaccinated
promptly. ' ""i
George Fte? ?ed an article on the
WoodcoA at Saturday". Bird Club
meeting. Tin* bird to Merven *****
long, to brow* alxrte, pale orange
brotm-below; ith head to targe) neck,
short; eyes, large arid eat to* back
and high) bill, lotag with ??
Motion shorter the# the upper tote
which it At* ?t the t*p;- ..j
The wtogr are 4<rteii iw?ta:
the legs short and stout and the
toes are without webe. Stfoare
PPtoheeef Black sntoHd Btons top of
crown to nape asparmted by narrow
grey has* .
Tha neat to built on the ground on
Bruafcp bottoms or to open wooda
usually ?ot ftv ftow wit*
eot lined, just a depression to the
leaves. There are thrro or four eggs,
huffy to greyhfe white, toiejfuta"*
and thlctdy apettedf with- pato "red
The mother Woodcock has a euri
OU8 and interesting habit of flying
S, when distorted, with a youhg
bird grasped btoweea
?htpeu., end-will convey attber babies,
one at * time, to this war if
our w a viiucto -a. ? ? #
haa an oppertwutf to a place of
worms, cranefltoo! and various
itS^tod^ habto^ of dto
tto*. benefit to' man, :
* before the 5th day. of April, 1#?,
:I 2to notice d be Pto^ -to b?
,f their recovery. All persona m
lebted to tire said *4**^
nake immedtoto pagmanh This tha
58th day of March, 1M?.
Sue May ShepparA and Waduma
Bank A Trust Company, Raleigh,
North Carolina, Executors, Estate
of B. S. Shepperd. Deceaaed, Farm
FARMYfliLE, N. C.
WBBK^P MAY 4
...I.I .... If |V I I.
""v'~ - ? ;
Gene Autry-Jimmy Durante?in
15, "Purple Moneter ,!
SUNDAY and MONDAY
per. end other ftt.
premise*, attics in
ed of all items that we subject to
cause* fire and check,^g8fe IVo*"
en of vacant lots to clear
all tresis wtmrts and. other
The Organization is asbtof
the cooperation of all in making this
Tbe FsrnwiBa Colored Civic Lear
gufr wss ibout f***" wwki
ago with the following citizens- aa
officers and charter
JsbmmiW; Tmfiot, fraiMIfif X
Gortaun, Sr^ viae
A. ilttoi*, Secrete
treasurer;/ Walter Smith,
John Br Artis, Li T. AJti*,. H B. By.
wn?, Jaelo Chestnut, Beg cue Basa^ T. !
H. MtXMne* Joe it Joyuer, WilHw
Moore, Li W. Weeton, Distant Mid
dleton, Henry Rhodes, Roland Taylor, i
Wffl Difcm, MltoHA Standi sad *
Among flie objectives of the Or
ganization are the following: To
arouse Civic and Home Pride; to focuS
attention of the Colored population
tg their duty as useful and good citi
zens; to help to evary why in making
FarmvUto s bigger sot bettor city
1, 3. W. Joyner, Mayor of the Town
of Farmvilte, do herewith proclaim
the week beginning- MMy 6th, 1946,
clean-up and patotiup* week for the
colored section of the Town of Fa4m
ville; and 1 call1 upon all of thS col- ;
or?d citizens in the Town of Farm
ville to support and assist the Col'
oredOivic League to its efforts to im
prove the eondftftms and to lessen fire '
1? a? .?J ct. ? . ? ? 11 ? i ii f ? ? i - 1 - a L,
ABzaras ox tK properties locsteo m
-the colored section.
I further proclaim that a clean-up
land paint-up campaign would be of
great benefit to the'Town of Fwm1
ville and especially to the colored '
section of our Town. *
J. W. JOYNER, Mayor,
Town of FarsaviHe.
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
I wish to express nay sincere ap
notation- for the many kimhansi
own me during my recent- ittna
aey brought me much cheer and
Dora Mae Barrett.
Stay Ott The R Side
It wtth#ttynctttt some of the!
ed in the past few years. Bujr only what you Med,
and get the best quality you can afford. In the
long ruiv yort SAVE ALL WAYS ?and make
yoor income go further. *
fr ? ' . ^
I imimm iii Ow friendly aenfee Si air
INVIST IN matters will *mt with
IVICh plate MtUxtlhi
? ? ? ?
"SAVE TODAY far the
you will went Tomorrow!
Farmville Retail Lumber Yard
? PHONE 303-1
: Next to Norfe It-Southern Depot Firnvfl^ N. C.
2 Car* Fresh Plaster
A FEW DOGRS AND WINDOWS, COMPOSITION
ROOFING AND SHINGLES,
Norman & Melton
ALL KINBS OP MEATS ?
Oar New Meat Cutting Equipment has arrived sad has been
installed, enabling as to give yea better and quicker service.
> ? We Aite Continuing Delivery byTrack ?
Two Deliveries Each Day!
if. and I
? AT 10:00 A. M. and AT 4KK) P. M. ?"
PLEASE OBDEB MEATS- THE DAT BEPOBE NEEDED
Doe To Lateness of Morning Delivery.