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Poppy Day will to
Coonty unit of the
Memorial poppies to
honor of the dead of both world
will to distributed on tfcp
throughout the day by,
workers from the auxiliary sad co
operating organisations. Contribu
tions received hi exchange for die
flowers will be used in relief and re
habilitation work for disabled veter
ans, their families and the families
of the dead. I
George C. Franklin, of Rpieteh.
Director of Information of the North
Carolina League ot Municipalities,
has been engaged during the pa
week in mapping Fhraville and mak
ing plana for municipal zoning, to be
submitted to the Town Father* <* an
early date for adoption or rejection.
This progressive step is being con
sidered in view of the town's plaM
for future expansion in industrial en
terprises and home construction and
as a precautionary measure against
objectionable business stands being
placed near residential properties.
The local committee^ appointed in
this connection, is composed of Mayor
J. W. Joyner, W. Alex Allen, of the
Town Board, and three citizens at
large, R. LeRoy Rollins. Dr. J. M.
Mewfoorn and C. S. HotcUpss.
J. Berry Taylor, who hsa been un
dergoing treatment in a Veterans
hospital at Roanoke, Vs., for several
months, has returned to his home
here and was able this week to re
sume his duties as Superintendent of.
the Street Department. Ben Ganhur,
who has served well in a supply
capacity, during Mr. Taylor's ab>
sence, has resigned.
Mr. Taylor, who is receiving a warm
welcome from every side from his.
many friends as he proceeds on his
inspection rounds, has served the town
in one of its most important branches
in a very efficient maimer for the
past 17 years and his deep interest
and tireless efforts have been of in
estimable value in mnlriwg Farmville
a healthy and attractive place in
which to live.
Mayor Joyner and the Town Fathr,
era are busy at present with plans
for a Clean Up Campaign to be waged
here as soon as materials for eradi
cation of rats has arrived. Watch
these columns for plans and date of
Clean Up Week.
Buy "Savings Bonis" Havel Hold!
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tig records mmda available to music Invert this month..
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Biwi: Symphony fe C Major. Phil
h tnuoiif - Symphony Orchestra of
New Yorl^ Artur BxxUioaki. conduc
tor. CoJ?mJ?ia M?ateiwo?k? ?t
M.HMS96 ? 14.50
Beethoven i Symphony No. 2 In 9- ,
Major, Op. 36. Pittthwgh Sym.
phony Orchestra, Frit* Reiner, con*
doctor. Columbia Majtt?W?rM Wt
M-MM-5OT * <450.
Pnul Vhfce: Sml Chanty for Harp
and String*. Edna Phillips, harp,
wun string quintet* toiumDia i*m?
terwork* *et X-MX.-259 a *2.50
Borodin: Prince fgor-Pelovtshm ttWHfri The Philadelphia
Orchestra, Eugene Ormandf, condnetoij.
Columbia record 1W?M> ? >1.00
Resold: Zanipa?Overture. Efrem Kurt* conducting the Phil
hyiBonic-SyaBhPPy Orchestra of Napa York.
Columbia r*xmM2270J> ? $1.80
Hubert Bath: Cornish Rhapsody (from the fflnt Lope Story).
flwist Cohen, piano, with the London Symphony Orchestra,
conducted by Hubert Bath. Columbia record 7440-M a- $1.08
Danny Boy (Weatherly?Traditional).
The,Old Refrain (Mattullath?Kretafrl).
baritone, with orchestra conducted by Robert
Armbruster. Columbi^ record 4MS-M ? $.75,
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PHONE 416-1 PABaCYHLLE, N.G.
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[r. and ftm. T. V. Heard, III,
S. C., spent the week ant
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a Dm* dtyi with
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Members of the Welstonburg Worn- :
lunchroom on Friday night of hat
^ Mrs. B. T. Tugwell, Mr. and Mta.
I. L. Morton, Mrs. Maynard Tinner
Miss Louise Morton* of Wilson, spent
Sunday afternoon hare visiting rela
Mr. and Mrs. J. G Gardner and
daughter, Ola Grace, Mr. and Mm.
Charlie Letchworth and daughter,
Anna, and. Mat K. C. Mam attwatad
a barbaeue dinner at the home of Mr.
end Mil I. F. Letchsrorth, Sunday.
The Walstenburg High Seheol Glee
ClubajW baondeeat from the i
of WEM in Wilson, Wed
aftemoen, May 8th at 2:lB>2ifi. The
following Widaiaadag, May 18, the
Elementary Glee Club win
at the same time aaraa station.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Having qnsJified u Administratrix
of the Estate of Fred G. Smith, de
ceased, late of Pitt County, North.
Carolina, this is to notify all persons,
having- claims against the Estate <jf
d+r(\ttff\ tn exhibit-then to the
undersigned at Fannville, N. C, on
or baton the 3rd dhy of- Mar, 1947,
or this aotioe will he ploedM in bar
of their recovery. AIL persons in
debted to the said Estate will please
make immediate payment
This the 1st day of May, 1946.
MBS. DORA R. SMITH,
Adnurx. of the- Estate. of
Fred G. Smith, Deceased.
John B. Lewis, Atty. M-3-6wks
MHf mm 14c
Mottfii ""\' ' ? ? ~ * '
Vinegar ? 18c
Kale kwc 16c
GaMttoeMM - ? ' " ,
Beets &* lie
Olives &? 30c
Uva tnv 3cta1Qe
?CT, TWLIT S8*3c*??14c
IBX TBItfl SWf r?gC?ke 7c
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SLESS BEAMS 3 - W
JilCY OBJURES r 5 - 39<
RES GREER CABBAGE 3 - W
Cucumbers, 2 lbs* 27c
Tomatoes...... Ib. 25c
Crisp Lettuce, 2 hds. 17c
New Potatoes, 4 lbs. 25c
FANCY YKUiOW <
3 -"?? 21*
Spry Shortening "Wi"**1' 69c
KriSpy Crackers 19c
Octagon Cleanser 3 14c
Colonial Blended Juice ST 35c
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WOW. VMnUH KJNOS, It
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? NEW RED BUSS POTATOES lb... 6c ?
? TURNIP SALAD lb. Me ?
? CCEDAR DUST MOPS each $1.13 ?
? SUOTT TISSUE 3 23c ?
? PAPER NAPKINS <8#k) pkg. 8e ?
? FRUIT JARS (Quarts) dozen._ $1.00 ?
Most people call 'em hick towns,
because there's no place to go they
Farm products brought North
Carolina farman *6SMM,0e? ' in
The trouble with champagne is that
it makes you see double but feel
? We have Thousands of Dollars Worth of Good Serviceable Merchandise That Must Be Dis
posed of to make room for New Goods?Men's, Women's & Children's Siloes?Ladies' Ready
to-Wear?Children's Wear?And Dozens of other items too Numerous to Mention ? Re Here
arid See For Yourself ? SHARE IN THIS ? .
Bargain Feast-Friday Morning, Mag 3rd~9 a'
? Be Here When The leers Open
? CHILDREN'S ?
CHILDREN'S COTTON PAN TIE
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SALE - BATS
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Stock of BtturSM PHMMid PMotm at
? SEE THESE FRfflAY !
Wo w CloBia* Out our Ifcttoe Stod
GIVE AWAY PRICES ! ?
for Thi? Sale ? Colors guarantee
test PRICE PER YARD.?
? ?RACK!? ?
- WOMEN'S DRESS -
? SHOES ?
Wonn'i Dress SUmmut in Kids a
r * ? > m* "? m wa#1 ir ? r ?? ? ???.<
Patents ? Values to $6.00 . ..
% ? RAGE?
& WOMEN'S DRESS ?
? SHOES ?
Wotpeu's. Drew. Slum ? most wSL
sizes ? a $5.00 value ...
- TABLE!- ? ?
? WIGWAM -r
NSandals & Play SHOES
Sandab and Pfcy Shoes in tan,
3 to 9 .. .
? Rinso (1 to Customer) lie
? Lux Seay (5 to Customer) 8c
? Swan Soap (5 to Customer) v.8c
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