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Rooaa, Editor, Ownar A Mgr.
Eva Horton Rooae
BE ROUSE PRINTERY
Farm villa, N. C.
12.00-4 Moo. 91-4 Moo. 60c
?al Adv. 6c a lia* par traak.
Pact OfBo it Fariimlle, N. C.,
Act of March ted. Wt ?
The Literary Club was deJightftilly
entertained by Miss Tabitha DeVis
conti on Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Zeb Whitehurst Sea
sonal flowers were used in artistic
decoration in the living and dining
Mrs. W. M. Willis, president, pre
sided over a short business period
after which Miss Mamie Davis read
a philosophical article from the
Clubwoman. Mrs. Haywood Smith,
program chairman for the afternoon,
introduced as her guest speaker, Mrs.
Mrs. Fields spoke interestingly on
Home Demonstration Club Work, giv
ing its fundamental aim?Betterment
of rural homes and the fitting of the
farm woman for the life she lives;
the advantages of its reading course;
the universality of its scope? no har
riers as to race, color, creeds, etc.
She proudly announced that all of
the hundred counties of North Caro
lina have Home Demonstration
Agents and that there are forty-two
Negro Home Demonstration Agents
in our State. Mrs. Fields briefly
sketched the organization and growth
of our own Club, the building of the
Club House on the Farmville-Foun
tain Highway, and in closing remark
ed on the pride we have in our own
County Agent, Miss Verona Lee Joy
ner, and the progress made under
Following adjournment the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. . Haywood Smith,
served strawberry shortcake, after
which she gave an invitation to the
dining room where Mrs. Willis, from
a beautiful appointed table, served
coffee, cheese-crax and nuts.
B & B CLUB
Mrs. C. S. Hotchkiss was a gracious
hostess Friday afternoon entertaining
members of the BAB Club and spec
ial guests including Mrs. John D.
Dixon, Mrs. Ernest N. Petteway, Mrs.
R. C. Copenhaver, Mrs. Harry Harper,
Mrs. Robert Lee Smith, Mrs. George
V. Monk, who played, and Mrs.
George M. Allen, who was a refresh
ment guest - i
Prior to the games the hostess
served refreshing coca-colas with
party sandwiches, pickles, nuts and
individual cakes. Pink rosea, paasies
end sweetpeas were used in decorat
ing the home.
In the three progressions, Mrs. R.
T. Williams and Mrs. Frank K. Allen
tallied high scores, among members
and Mrs. George V. Monk, among the
guests. Mrs. Monk was presented
Dorothy Perkins bath powder and
Mrs. George M. Allen was remem
bered with a hand-painted rose glass
Mrs. Wesley R. Willis graciously
entertained the Merry Matrons Club
ah its final meeting of the season on
Tuesday afternoon, having as special
guests Mrs. M. V. Horton and Mrs.
E. S. Castes. Arrangements of roses,
larkspur, verbena sad psnsiee lent
added attraction to the home.
Mrs. A. W. Bobbitt, president, pre
sided over a brief business session
when the dob voted to leave with the
program committee, the selection of
s series at programs for 1946-47.
A delightful program was present
ed by Mia. M. V. Jones sad her
daughter, Betsy. Mrs. Jones read a
sketch of the life and work of Fran*
Schubert, after which de conducted
a clever musical contest. The wins
Mrs. I M. Hob good, was presented a
box of Russell MePhail chocolates.
Miss Jonas rendered "Military
by Chopin as a piano sc
on her violin gave an artistic in
af Dvorak's "Hnmores
Fol lowing adjournment, the
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
We wish to ex Dress our heartfelt
"GETTING SENTIMENTAL** *
A Volume of his Famous Hits?Who?, Marie, Star Dust, Son* of
Iadia, Little White Lies, Royal Garden Blues, I'll Never Smile
Again, and I'm Gettm' Sentimental Over You.
Vocals by Frank Sinatra, Jack Leonard and The Pied Pipers.
EGA Victor Album P?80.
Jerome Ken's "SHOWBOAT" Starring Tommy Doreey and Hie
Eight Outstanding Hits from the Show including 01* Man River,
Bijl, Cant Help Lovin' That Man, Why Do I Love Yon?, Make
Believe, and Others?
RCA Victor Album P?152.
Sammy Kaye and Hie Orchestra Presents
"STEPHEN FOSTER FAVORITES," featuring Billy Williams, Nancy
Norman, Arthur Wright, Sally Stuart, The Five Kadets and the
Kay Choir. ?
RCA Victor Album 1>?140.
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"8 TO THE BAR," Two Piano Boogie Woogis for Dancing, Pete
Johnson an<l Albert Ammons.
RCA Victor Album P?69.
Tchaikovsky?"ROMEO AND JULIET OVERTURE"
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussovitiky, Conductor.
Victor Red Seal Records.
RCA Victor Album DM?347.
MANY OTHER ALBUMS AND RECORDS IN OUR STOCK.
COME IN AND HEAR THEM !
ROBERT'S ill JEWELERS
FARMVILLE'S LARGEST JEWELRY STORE
103 North Main St FanaT&e, N. C.
PHONOGRAPH NEEDLES ! ? EMERSON RADIOS !
EFFECTIVE MAY 17th
? ? MENU AND PRICES ? ?
Fried Chicken Dinner .55c
Pork Chops (2) Dinner 55c
Baked Ham Dinner 50c
Hamburger Steak Dinner 50c
A NEW BINNEI MENU EACH BAY
BARBECUED CHICKEN EVERY FRIDAY
SUNDAY, MAY 19th
? A Full Course Roast Turkey Dinner ?
THE ROYAL 6RILL
"WE STRIVE TO PLEASE"
'Dick' King For Sheriff
VETERAN OP WORLD WAR I AND II
Qualified with 13 Years law Enforcement Experience.
Had served Pitt County Sheriffs Office as Chief
Deputy 4 years when drafted in the Army in 1942.
Served Overseas as Criminal Investigator.
THIS VETERAN DESERVES YOUR VOTE
<1*1. Sm Ontrt baud br Vtttm1 Friondb *t Wort. Wall II)
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
L Fourth District?Chicod and Winterville Townships <
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fe IN THE DEMOCRAIjC PRIMARY
MAY 25, 19461 ??$
Your Vote and Support Will Be
to see in
heart to tile
the Church, and to Him
Church she was faithful to i
Her life conspicuously
the'toaxim, "God first, "
self, third." The beautiful eulogy on
"ti?e virtuous woman" at rfven in
Proverbe 31:10-31, is moat applicable
to her. She spent her life in *f?elf
ish service to ethers until her health
failed . . . "casting her breed
the waters" it returned to her dur
ing the closing years of her life in
the beautiful, loving and unselfish
ministry of her family, her own acts
had safeguarded her security in her
He beauty of her life and charac
ter was manifested in the maimer in
which she bora her suffering. She
was conscious ell the while that she
was engaged in a losing conflict,
physically, but this seemed never to
depress her. There was never any
sign of her questioning the Provi
dence of God; dhe seemed to rely
upon the promise "we . know that all
things work together for good to
them that love God, to them who are
the called according to His purpose."
To be in her company during these
last yean of affliction you were
made to feel that she had an experi
ence akin to that of Raul, as related
in 2nd Corinthians, 12:9, "and He
said unto met my grace is sufficient
for thee,, for my strength is made
perfect hi weakness; most gladly,
therefore, will I rather glory to my
infirmities, that the power of Christ
may rest upon me."
Truly "a mother to Israel" has fal
len and "her children rise up and call
It must be nice to have a good, long
vacation without any work to do; we
Everybody is trying to help the
veterans, especially if they can make
thirty or forty per cent
Plans for the 1946 > national 4-H
Club camp to Washington D. C., are
being completed. Dates are June 11
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of Fred 6. Smith, de
ceased, late of Pitt County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the Egtate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at' Fhrmville, N. C, on
or before the 3rd day of May, 1947,
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons In
debted to the said Estate will please
make immediate payment.
This the 1st day of May, 1946.
MRS. DORA R. SMITH,
Admrx. of the Estate of
Fred G. Smith, Deceased.
John B. Lewis, Atty. M-3-6wks
WANTED ? TWIN BEDS complete
or a Single Bed complete. Price
must be reasonable.?"W.C." care
of Enterprise Office. ltp
SKI-HI STOPS RUNNING FITS IN
Dogs or We Refund Tear Money.
We know of no other guaranteed
Running Fits Remedy. Wheleas
Drug Co. M-10-4tp?
COMB IN AND LOOK AT OUR
TOOLS. WE CARRY A COM
PLETE LINE OF GARDEN AND
YARD TOOLS. >
v WESTERN AUTO ASSSO. STORE.
BUTTONS COVERED, S sires, and
buttonholes worked by machines.
See or call Mrs. H. W. Kemp, 104
S. Turnage St, Farmville, N. C. ltp
THE WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
Co., annoBneea its new musical
program, scheduled for every Sun
day morning from 1030 to 1136
PHOTOGRAPHS ?We Special!*,
all types ojf Portrait Work. ? To
have your Kokak Films developed
Visit the Silver-Craft Studio, 2i
floor Morten BaOdfag, Fannville,
N. C. Open from 12 noon to 7
?. dM. : . ?':> 5-10-tf
KEEP TOUR BYES OPEN FOR the
New Complete Line of ZENITH ft
TEUETONE RADIOS !
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
MAN OR WOMAN?Phyaieally able
ling to MTTe MO custome
local route, average $40 to $50
' ? ''3
If you have
the peat three years, only one "shot"
is necessary thie year. Pleaae he
on time es schedule is full.
Thursday, May 23-80, June 6-13
10K??Ballard's Cross Roads,
n jOO?Lang's Cross Roods.
1:15?Farmville White School.
2:30?B. M. Lewis' Farm.
. 8:45?Falkland White School ?
10:30?Fountain City Hall.
If you mias your third doee, you
can get it at the Pitt County Health
Dept. any Wednesday afternoon or
Free Typhoid, Diphtheria and
Whooping Cough Vaccinations
FOR COLORED ONLY
Tuesday, May 21-28, June 6-11
9:15?Warren Chapel School.
10:00?Mojre Chapel Colored School.
10:46?Farmville Colored School.
Cotton middling, 15/16tha staple,
has risen 29 points since February 16.
1 THEATRE 1
FARMVILLE, N. C. r
WEEK OF AlAY 18th
Johnny Mack Brown?in
Chapter 2, "Phantom Rider."
? Comedy. ?
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Ingrid Bergman-Gary Cooper?in
Tom Neal-Barbara Hale?in
"FIRST YANK INTO
Double Feature Dayl
Jinx Falkenburg-Joe Besser?in
"TALK ABOUT A LADY"
Chapter 12, "Secret Agent X9."
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
. . ? Doable Featard ?
Robert Henry-Eva March?in
Walt Disney's Miracle Musical
Feature in Technicolor
7T~7;"'r;T'~7 ? .-"T 7"'T j
V' v (Grccarffle District No. 1)
bj-- }' '., ,'*J & j f' ,. 'tf** 2^ry, . ??-? :* >!???.,
Democratic Primary, May 25th.
Your Vote and Support WUI Be Appreciated
- - .* '
J. VANCE PERKINS
?cT Former County Treasurer
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BRING YOUR RADIO
TROUBLES to the
At 124 North Main St.
Radio Tubes, Batteries
and Aerials for Autos
WE CAN ALSO CHANGE YOUR BATTERY SET
We Abo furnish Public Address System for Any Occasion.
Prompt Service! ? Reasonable Prices!
6. W, AIISLEY, Manager
Fuel Oil Customers!
Please Advise at Once
Number of Barns You
Wish Serviced by Us for
YOBR 1946 TOBACCO CROP
5*; Sw't" v ? ' "? "ft' "?'?Jy . . > "''It ? ' ?? >
T his Will Insure Prompt
BRILEY OIL COMPANY
Fannvffle, N. C.
Motorists who know
will +el! you ? ? ?
OUR CAR-SERVICE IS
YOU R BEST CAR-SAVE R
SB US TODAY
KEEP YOUR CAR SERVICED AND
HBP TO KEEP YOUR CAR SAFE
TfjLL YOU GET DELIVERY OF
YOUR NEW CHEVROLET
Today, whon you nood tkHled
most, H pays to com# to
to tfco life of your
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