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Mr. and Mrs. Voter, Read the Record
Four years ago Herbert C. Bonner was chosen to rep
resent our District in Congress BY AN OVER
WHELMING MAJORITY OF THE VOTERS IN
EVERY COUNTY IN THE DISTRICT.
Daring these four yean, Herbert Bonner has faMM every expectation
in the discharge of his duties as a Congressman. He loyally and faithfully
supported every bill to further the war effort, and has worked untiringly
to promote the well-being and welfare of the people of his District.
Especially with regard to Agriculture, his efforts and accomplishments
have been outstanding.
Herbert Bonner has been faithful to his trust His record is beyond attack.
Not once have his opponents dared to publicly attack or question his
integrity or his judgment in matters affecting the public weal or
interests of his people.
He supported and voted for the Case anti-strike bill which would curb-the
powers of John L. Lewis. For this vote he has been Mack-listed by
Sidney HiHman's Political Action Committee, and by the CJ.O.
Are you willing to join hands with such organizations to defeat Herbert
Bonner? Will yon cast him aside and vote for a candidate who never has
made a single contribution to the welfare of the people *of this District?.
Will you again choose a man who has fought your fight, or will you choose
a stranger who has never taken the slightest interest in your economical
problems until he became a candidate?
Will you take the record, or will you be deceived by glittering generalities
and vague promises which mean nothing?
Read the record, Mr. and Mrs. Voter, and vote for the man who has
served you well. Vote for HERBERT BONNER, the candidate of the
(This space contributed by the Pitt County friends of Herbert Bonner)
BICYCLE SAFETY CAMPAIGN
Chief of Police L. T. Lucas has enlisted the help of
the Chamber of Commerce and Merchants Association,
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and the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs in a concerted effort
to inform children, between 6-16 years, and -their pa
rents, of the town ordinance regulating the licensing
and operation of bicycles on the streets of Farmville,
for the safety of the young people.
CirdgTtmr, of the Methodist Wo
man'* Society, meeting Monday after
noon with Mm Melton Allen as hos
tess, was presided over by the chair
man, Mrs. C. H. Moxingo. Mm J. C.
Brock, Jr. was welcomed as a new
member. ,""3 .> ?
tA devotional period was led by
Mm E. C. Garr. Mm E. R. Clegg
gave the program which eras In heap
ing with Family Week.
Prmsiee and rosea were used in
lovety decoration of the home end the
hostess served a congealed fruit salad
coarse with cees-eolas.
The May meeting of the Weeleyan
Guild was held Monday evening in
the home at Mm Corime Stllley.
Mm. Stuart Sugg, president, presid
ed and Miss Bettie Joyner led the
Remnants of material, buttons and
thread, donated by Guild members
for Greek Relief, were collected. The
president-mad a card from Mrs. Emily
Bullock, district secretary, request
ing the number of members expect
ing to attend the District Meeting of
Weeleyan Service Guilds which will
be held in Pinetope, Sunday after
noon, May 19th, at two o'clock. Mm
Bullock also requested that the fall
meeting be held in Farmville.
It was decided that at least one
ear will carry members to the meet
ing in Pinetope and that barring un
foreseen diffLoltiea the Farmville
Wesleyan Guild will be hostess to the
district in the fall.
Mm E. R. CI egg presented a most
interesting program an "Children
end World Peace," discussing at
length the child's problem of read
justment In war-torn countries and
the part that each of us must play in
the business of learning to.live to
gether in love and peace.
A delightful social hour was enjoy
ed during which the hostess served a
dessert course, consisting at fudge
royal ice cream, cakes and salted
Presbyterian Circles held regular
afternoon and evening meetings Mon
day, having as their Bible Study topic,
"Seeking and Serving," based on
verses from Isaiah 6. Programs ex
plained the 3 fold Birthday objective
of the annual Auxiliary Birthday ob
rvance being held this month in all
Presbyterian Churches. Envelopes for
a special offering were distributed.
Following adjournment, social hours
were enjoyed. . .
Circle 1 met with Mrs. J. C. Cor
bet t. Mrs. George B. Moore, chair
man, presided and Mrs. G. R. Smith
offered the opening prayer. Mrs. J.
M. Hobgood gave the Bible study and
program. The hostess. served ice
cream and cookies.
Circle 2 met with the chairman,
Mrs."Will Moore, Jr., with fourteen
present. Mrs. William Easley led
the devotional and Mrs. J. T. Nolan
the program. jMrs. C. F. Baucom,
Secretary of Spiritual Life, announc
ed that Miss Lucy Steele, of Peace
College, Raleigh, will conduct the
local Auxiliary's intensive Bible Study
on the Book of Isaiah on the evening
of June 17th, in the church. Members
of other congregations will be extend
ed an invitation to hear Miss Steele
who is well known as an outstanding
In the refreshment period, fruit
jello, topped with cream, was served
Having qualified-as executrix of the
estate of T. M. Bail, deceased, late of
Pitt County, North Carolina, this is
to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased to
exhibit them to the undersigned at
Farmville, N. C, on orTjefore the 10th
day of May, 1947, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their .recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment.
This the 6th dap-of May, 1946.
(Mrs.) ALICE J. DAIL,
Executrix of T. M. Dail.
reading of <lw collect. In a i
business pftriod. Mini Veroi
Joyna|-Pitt County Home
stration Agent, tknkid the
its operation , during Hone
stration Club Week sad gave
of the highlights of the week. She
reported that the Farmville Club
turned in 1*7 cans Of feed and 30
garments for overseas relief.
The study for the afternoon, "The
Modern Farm Kitchen," was
in illustrated pictures.
During a delightful social hour, a
chicken salad course was served with
strawberry shortcake and aw iced
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"Car Service Division Embargo 237
issued by Director of Defense Trans
portation issued 12 >01 A. M., May
10 with all revisions is suspended
effective May 13th until further
S. E. JONES, General Mgr.
NOTE OF THANKS
I wish.te extend my sincere ap
preciation for the many nice things
that have been done for me, since I
have been sick. The many kind
thoughts and deeds have brought
much cheer. Many thanks to each
and every one.
Mrs. Pearl Johnston.
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
We wish to express our sincere ap
preciation and thanks for the many
acts of kindness and expressions of
sympathy during the extended illness
m loss of our beloved daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Walston
Buy "Savings Bonds" Havel Held!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administrator
of the Estate of Mrs. May E. Moors,
deceased, late of Pitt County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the Estate of
said deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Farmville, 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 said Estate will please make
This the 1st day of May, 1946. ,
B. E. MOORE, Admr., of the
Estate of Mrj. May E. Moore,
John B. Lewis, Atty. / M-3-6wks
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Every member of our staff has been carefully trained
in courtesy and respect for the wishes of those we serve.
All of us will do everything in our power to lighten the
burden of grief by prompt and efficient handling of the
little things that mean so much.
FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME
? Day Phone 383-1 ?
Mr. Edwards 405-6 ? Night Phones ? Mr. Joyner 398-1
No. 2 Can 12C
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Firm Bed Slicing
Sweet Juicy Florida
SNAP BEANS, fresh tender green .... 2 lbs. 19c
POTATOES, N. C. Red Bliss, large .... 5 lbe. 23c
Celery, large well bleached stalk 10c
PEPPERS, fancy green stuffing Ib. 17c
ONIONS, fancy Texas yeUow 3 lbs. 19c
CAULIFLOWER, snow white lb. 15c
RICE DINNER ?"SSiT 21c
HI HO CRACKERS 23c
Southern Manor "Si" 59c
DAZZLE PtoSS"" 19c
RED NULL Vinegar 17c
RED MILL 30c
COLD LABEL "S&t S2 24c
WONDER BRAND *M(P 33c
Dr. PHILLIPS ?W<5r 17c
GIBB S WXBD^VBCETABLES 13c
SAUER KRAUT 14c
"Icsd or hot ....
it hits thm spot"
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CLEANSER 2 <=-? 15c
Cocktail ST 15c
Ivory Soap, med. cake
Swan Soap, med. cake 8c
Rinso, large pkg _? 23c
Lax Flakes, large pkg. _ 23c
Ivory Snow, large pkg. 23c
DRESSED FRYERS lb 62e
OLD FASHION CHEESE,.. lb... 58c
LINK SAUSAGE lb. 41c
IE CHEESE lb; 27c
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