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Cor. Main & Wilson Sts. FarmviUe, N. C.
A. D. GARDNER has recently joined us in oar Cabinet
and Bheksnith Shop, and we are now prepared to do all
kind of REPAIR WORK on CART and WAGON WHEEL
TIRES, TOBACCO TRUCKS and GENERAL FARM MA
In oar Cabinet Department we wish to announce
that we now have a good supply of Screen Wire
for Doors and Windows.
SEND US YOUR ORDERS
TYNMLL CABINET fclEfftH SHOP
PHONE 45-1 FOUNTAIN, N. C.
TAKING THE FORWARD STEP
De yon know fully about the Low Cost of Membership and the
many ether Barings you get by being a member of Jeyner Mutual
Burial Association, Iuc, Tour Heme Town Association?
This Association was organized by and for the people of this
community and the surrounding areas. Why not coll at the Office
or mail a Postal Card to us for any information you desire concern
ing it? DO IT NOW! Tomorrow May Be Too Late.
JOE R. JOYNER & SON FUNERAL HOME
105 WALLACE STREET FARMVILLE, N. C.
Joyner Matual Burial Ast'i., hgL
mLQQK! ELECTRIC iRONS
' A TfJtftfFfC VALUE
? Cool Imj Oifr HadltJ
? Coorwiiant Sixo?w*igkt4HIba.
5 ? Suiiabla fee All Typa* ot Iroming.
? Attractive, Durable
Send Moaar Ord?ror Chuck I that taring CO.D. Chargai)
KAK SALES COMPANY
534 Pltteb?,h Ut. BH,. TN.tCf Httebrah 82, P*
? TO IN DEPENDENCE ? f S
Home BrfHin* Loon pbn is as
Of Liberty-?but, more practi
x-- 'iLjf i;(ti JL ?
toward lull Done
Mr. aid Mm T. D.
daughter, Betty, ??
week wilfc Mi*. Emm'
and Mrs. J. H. Wheeler.
Mrs. W. A. Marlowe left Monday
to visit hdr daughter, Mm
Heard hi Florence, & C.
Mr. and Mm J. C.
Mr. and Mm W. V.
Baltimore, Md., were the guests of
Mm Edwaitt Hardy speed the week
end with har slated, Mm Herbert
Miss Mamie Ethridge, of Wilson,
a few days with Mm Lula
Ann Baker spent the week end with
Evelyn Mam is spending the week
in Wilson with Mr, and Mrs. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Htnnmt spent
the week end in Norfolk, Vs., with
Miss Helen fteoman, of Woodard
Herring Hospital, Wilson, was home
for the week end.
Christian Fkideavnr Meets
The Christian Endeavor held its
regular meeting: Sunday afternoon,
June 24, at the Christian Church.
The meeting was Well attended. The
worship committee, which con/lists of
Doris Beanun and Myrtle Griffin,
headed the devotional service under
the theme "The Danger of Hating.''
Rath Gay and Doris Beaman were
prise winners of a contest that was
held by Mm McKeel.
The Christian Endeavor invites any
young person who is not a member
of any young peoples organisation
to come and join their group. The
ages range from 6 to 11, youngest |
group, 12 and up older group. The
hour of meeting is 5:30 Sunday after
noon at the Walstonburg Christian
QUESTION: How can I keep my
Leghorns from laying tinted eggs?
ANSWER: . Shell color runs in
families, according, to Prof. Roy
Dearstyne, head of the Poultry De
partment at State College. He sug
gests that this trouble em be remov
ed by breeding. One Leghorn hen in
the college breeding flock has eight
but of twelve daughters laying tinted
bggs. Other families show no tinted
QUESTION: How to the best way
i sell my lambs and wool?
ANSWER: Cooperative lamb sales
Eid wool pools am now being held at
Srious points in North Carolina, ac
irding to Hatfi Meacham, Extsn
on marketing specialist at State
allege. He suggests that you and all
her farmers with lambs and wool
xvtact your county agent for infor
imtion about the cooperative sales,
ecord prices are being obtained.
QUESTION: What about artifi
lal breeding of dairy cows ? le this
SALE ? 7-Room
Grimmersburg Street. See Archie
WANTED! ? WHITE GIRLS for
Regular Worfc^-Apply at Cher
lee's 5e to $1.00 Stone, Fannyille,
N. C. ltp
WANTED! - Two Furnished Bed
say combination. ? Enily
Gayle or Chas. Gayie, Phone 293-1,
at Enterprise office.
Furniture, including NORGE
J 'trie refrigerator1. Mrs, C. C. Joy
3H ? 300 a CsntwMnos Street,
rifle, N. C.
FOR SALE ? Splendid Young MiHt
Cow and har 3-sms. M bull calf.
: excellent milker,
Mood. J. C. Exum, Phone 2W-6,
Snow Hffl. N. a 1-tcg.
HAVE YOU LOOKED OVER OUR
SPORTING GOODS? WE CAR
| JY^NEARLY A COMPLETE
AUTO ASSO. STORE
BARBECUE FOR SALE
?y "Savings Rands" Hare: Hold!
NOTICE SERVING SUMMONS
I A, Pitt County
! SUPERIOR COURT
' THE CLER^#;?
' | n -* ?ir-.-s ?
P. R. BURNETTS. ADMR. OF THE
1STATE OF MRS. FLORENCE V.
1ELSON, GEORGE LEROY SKIN
IER AND WIFE, SADIE SKINNER,
The Defendants, George LeRoy
[kinner and wife, Sadie Skinner, will
ake notice that an action entitled
bov? him been commenced fa
uperior Court of Pitt County, North
Carolina, to sell land jointly owned
y the Plaintiff, Defendants, a
there for partition; and the m
lefendants will further take notice
hat they are requested to appear in
he Office of the Clerk of Superior
krnrt of Pitt County in the Court
louse in Greenville, North Carolina,
rithin ten (10) days after the Oth
ley of July, 1046, and answer
lemur to the Complaint in said action
>r the Baintiff will apply to the
3owx for relief demanded in aeid
This the 5th day of June, 1046.
D. T. HOUSE, Jr.,
Clerk at Superior Court of
Pitt County, North Carolina.
Fchn B. Lewis, Atty. 6-7-4wks
For your moments of play and leisure, here are the
perfect summer shoes. Light as a moonbeam ...
sturdy as a beam of steel and comfortable? You
bet! Come in today, try them on and choose yours.
"FARMVILLE'S SHOPPING CENTER"
Wanted - Men
SO Hour Week
? TIME & ONE-HALF OVER 40 HRS. ?
You Cm Earn *30 to Ml Per Week
? Pleasant Working Conditions ?
FLORENCE-MAYO WWAY CO.
Maury, North Carolina
0 EFFECTIVE JULY 1st ?
BARBER PRICES WILL ARRANGE
? j , . . ' '.if
TO TAKE CARE OF INCREASED COSTS
OF OPERATION AND SUPPLIES.
KEMP'S . BARBER SHOP
FARMVILLE, N. C.
ARTIS' BARBER SHOP
fARMVILLE, N. C.
BROTHERS' BARBER SHOP
FOUNTAIN, N. C.
BETTER at NRE-BARREIl on
Chair ? $11-95
Rocker ? $12.95
lots of comfort for your money in
this spring fitted choiri It's o hand
some piece of furniture, too, with
its gleaming Walnut finished
SiiMiiaA mm J nnn .J Immleii^ee
Trame ana qoocmooiong uprm*
Lovely Duncan Phyfe Sofas ?. $139.95 up
Mahogany Framed Mirrors $18.95
?? i" < > . I'W-fS i?-'4 468'? * Ifjy ?Vt ^k' ?
Victorian Table Lamps $16.50
Quality Electric Toasters - $12.95
2-Burner Electric Hot Plates - $8.50
G&Electric Heating Pads v $4.50
Assorted Columbia Records 55c
Six-Tube Battery Radios , $37.85
Step-On Garbage Pails $2.98
Porcelain Coffee Makers $2.50
Porcelain Double Boilers $2.25
Monitor Carpet Sweepers $7.95
All-Metal Medicine Cabinet $3.98
Buckeye Chicken FVyers $4.40
36-40-50-66 Watt Light Bulbs 10c
Popularly styled . . . rich
maple finish on hardwood. p
Generously sized! Sturdi
? MATCHING ?
? MATCHING ?
Wardrobe ? $48.50
Garden Hose $3.50
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