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W. A. Pollard, Jr., spent last week
at Atlantic Beach.
Lee Knott, of Washington, waa a
visitor here Tueeday.
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James and William Ames spent
the week end in Mebane.
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W. H. Causey hae returnee after
spending his vaeatisn in New York
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Robert Pierce returned Sunday
after a ten day stay at Virginia
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Mm. R. A. Fields and Mrs. G.
Alex Rouse were Wilson visitors,
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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lee spscit
the week end at Greeneo Camp with
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Mrs. J. I. Morgan has returned
after a visit to her mother in Ope
lika, Ala *
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis and fami
ly are spending this week at More
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Mrs. Lula Forbes, who has been
visiting relatives in Greene county,
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Mrs. Dilly Thompson, of Rocky
Mount, is spending this week with
Mrs. Layne Dail.
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Mr. and Mrs. John C. Parker have
returned from a business trip to
Washington, D. C.
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Bob Morgan, who has been spend
ing a month at Camp Morehead,
returned this week.
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Harvey Tumsge, of Washington,
D. C., is visiting his grandmother,
Mrs. W. J. Turnage.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lane and son,
of Rocky Mount, spent Sunday with
Mrs. H. H. Bradham.
Mr. and Mrs. James Y. Monk spent
the week end at the Ocean King
Hotel, Atlantic Beach.
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lewis and
son, Van, spent several' days this
week at Morehead City.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max McLeod are
spending this, week with Mr. Mc
Leod's parents in Dunn. -
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Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Jones are
I spending two weeks at the Ogleoby
cottage on Bogue Sound.
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Mrs. D. .0. Pate, of Goldsboro, is
spending several days with her sis
ter, Mrs. Robert D. Rouse.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carraway and
daughter,, Jessie Mac, are spending
I this week at Morehead City. ,
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Mrs. R. C. Copenhaver returned
Tuesday, from a visit to Mrs. John
B. Wright, Jr? in Raleigh.
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Miss Christine Joiner, of Rocky
Mount, spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Moon Harris.
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Mrs. J. C. Fleming has returned
to Martinsville, Va., after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. W. E. Joyner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith have re
turned to Norfolk after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. W. Leslie Smith.
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Mrs. E. C. Beaman spent several
days of this week with her sister,
Mrs. D. Hardison, in Snow HilL
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Mrs. M. L. Harrington and son,
John Milton, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. George Windham this week.
Friends will be glad to leant that
Mrs. W. E. Joyner is reported as re
cuperating after a recent illness.
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Mrs Robert Monk and Mrs A. C.
Monk, Jr.,*have returned after
extensive stay at Morehead City.
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Mr. and Mrs W. Leslie Smith
spent the week end at Morehead City
and attended the Coastal Festival.
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Mrs Walter Jones and children,
Dotdee and Walter, have
after a visit to relatives in
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Jimmie Smith has returned to
Morehead City after a visit to Ms j
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs W. Leslie
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Mis James Archie Park*
daughter, of Norfolk, Vs, have re
turned after S visit to Mis Sonis
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Mrs A. C. Monk and Mrs We
?. WiOis returned Thursday afta
*,?, to 8**.
6.-00 P. M.?Called
OHcr of Eastern Star.
8:00 P. M?Mrs. Allen Moore
Harris will entertaiA at bridge
in compliment to Mies ~
r, August 19
TOBACCO MARKET OPENS.
7:00 P. M.?Kiwania Club.
8:00 P. M.?Y.W.A. Baptist meets
with Miss Elvira Tyson. 1.
7:00 P. M.?Rotary Club.
7.-00 P. M. ? Woodmen of 'the
8:00 P.M.?Boy Scoots. . - V
4:00 P. M.?Mrs. Lath Morriss and
Miss Mary Ellen Kittrell will
entertain at a coca-cola party in
compliment to Miss Etta Pran
ces Harper and Miss Prances
Thursday, ? . ,
10:00 A. M.?Bird Club.
7:30 P. M. Masons.
3:30 P. M. ? Bridge and Book
Club meets with Mrs. T. S.
8:16 P. M.?Mrs. Arthur F. Joy
ner will entertain at dessert
bridge in compliment to Miss
. Frances Howard, bride-eleet.
Mian Margaret Bynunx is leaving
today for a visit to friends at Caro
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Friends will be glad to learn that
ft. A. Joyner, who has been quite ill
luring the week, is improving.
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Pvt. Arthur P. Joyner, Jr., who
las been visiting Ms parents, left
rhuraday for Sheppard Field, Wit
hats Falls, Texas.
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Mrs. Wayne A. Mitchell, Jr., and
laughter, Madeline Harrison, of
Crnston, spent Sunday and Monday
vith Mi*. Dora H. Keel.
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"Mrs. D. R. Morgan and Mrs. Kath
?yn Clark, Manager of Mrs. Morgan's
lit. Olive store, are in New 'York
his week on a buying trip.
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Miss Jane Dail returned Wednes
day to the Rex School of Ndreing,
after spending her vacation
iere with her mother, Mrs. Layne
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Mr. mid Mrs. Ben Vernon, of !*?
vanon, Ky., arrived Sunday for the
obacco season. They dre making
heir home with Dr. and Mrs. P, E.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Joyner
tnd Pvt. Arthur P. Joyner, Jr.^epent |
he week end with relatives at More- |
lead City and attended the Coastal
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sullivan and
laughter, Frankie, of Dillon, S. C.,
md Mrs. G. H. Sullivan, of Wilson,
vere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
S. Jones, Sunday.
Me*. A. W. Bobbitt, Mrs. M. V.
Fanes and Mrs. W. M. Willis spent
leveral days of this week with Mrs.
f?. E. Jones at the Bogue Sound Club,
iear Morehead City.
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Jen Eaaley, Jean Beckmafe, Mar
garet Tyson, Tommie WiHis and
Hilton Williamson have returned
rfter attending summer school at
Wake Forest. College.
Mr. Mid Mrs. M. Edward Parker,
rf Edenton, were guests of Dr. and
Mrs. G. U Gilchrist, Sunday. Mrs.
Gilchrist, who has been visiting in
Edenton and Nags Hea$ returned
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Mrs. E. F. Wilson,: Jr., and daugh
ter, Judy, of Albemarle, are visiting
Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. B. Rouse. Mr. Wilson, who la at
tending a Coordinators Conference in
Diversified Occupation, at State Col
lege, this week, apod the week end
married on Jane 12 at Hilo, Hawaii.
The coaple i> at present In Nor
folk, Va., from which center Ensign
tree haa Jnet received hie re
frain military eervice. 1;
Following their stay here end a
visit to Mrs. Rountree's parents in
Ohio, the Rountrees will be at home
in Chapel Hill, where the groom is
planning to enter the University*!
PARAMOUNT CHANGES HOURS
Celebrating the opwfag of the to
bacco market an Monday, August 12, j
Walt Hamilton, popular manager of
Paramount Theatre, announces that
on will open at 10:46 A. M. for
the showing of a rip-roaring ffcrn
film, "Night 1Mb to Memphis,''
irring Roy Acuff with the added
attraction of a cartoon and adven
Until further notice the theatre
will open at 10:45 A. M. daily with
continuous shewing of pictures until
11 K)0 P. M.
The Sunday schedule will remain
unchanged, with shows at 2:00 P. M.,
4:00 P. M., and 0:00 P. M.
MRS JAMES LANG RESIDING
WITH PARENTS IN GEORGIA
Mrs. James R. Lang returned lest
with her mother, Mrs. T. H.
Clark, to Douglas, Ga., to reside with
her parents there. Mrs. Clark had
been visiting Mrs. Lang since the
sudden passing of her husband,
"Jimmy.'' a highly esteemed Farm
The Enterprise joins the many
friends of Mrs. Lang, who had been
active in church, civic and social
oirclee here, and been prominently
identified with dub work and with
ail local worthwhile movements since
coming to Farmville as a bride sev
eral yean ago, in expressing regret
at her change of residence and to
offer sympathy in her bereavement.
luncheon hostess to
15th DISTRICT CHAIRMEN
Mrs. W. Jesse Moye, District Pres
ident of the 15th District of N. C. P.
W. C., was hostess^ on Wednesday, at
a lovely luncheon, honoring, the club
presidents of this district.
Fruit cocktail was served at Mrs.
Moye's surburban home, hfter which
the hostess invited her guests to the
high school hmch room, where a de
licious plate luncheon was served.
Effective arrangements of mixed
summer flowers were used in decora
tion of the table. '
During the business session, tlje
slogan, "Service", was adopted for
this district for the coming year, with
special attention given to Youth and
Library work. The projects suggerted
for the coming year were:. Girt
Scouts, Nursery Schools, Iabrary,
Play Grounds and other recreational
activities, and the promotion of Good
Citizenship in the schools.
Out of town guests included: Mrs.
Eari Trevathan, Fountain; Mrs. W. S.
Carawan and Mrs. E. J. Brickhouse,
Columbia; Mrs. Jack Foley, Jr., and
Mrs. W. H. Wooland, Greenville; Mrs.
yvtgav a Woodley and Miss Matilda
Alexander, Creswell; Mrs. Grady G.
Dixgn^AytMh; Mrs. C. L. Brown and
Mrs. W. H. Joyner, Pl^
Mrs. Moye announced that the Dis
trict meeting would be held in
Plymouth on October 11th.
At The Rotary Club
Dr. Paul E. Jones, in charge of
the program at the Rotary Club on
Tuesday evening, introduced J. T.
Harris, of Bethel, who spoke an the
subject, "Man, Meat and Method.
The speaker stressed the proper kilt
har and handling of meats before
they were brought to the^freeser I
locker. He said that if the animal
was allowed to get excited or over
SLri iust prior to slaughtering thai
the meat would spoil and the *???
locker would be blamed.
Bill Fisher and Joseph Joyner ware
welcomed as new members to the
clu?. Frank Williams had as his
guest, Conrad Stewart, Jr., of Or
Board of Commii
- Walstonburg, ?
?of loss from
of the Board, Mr. G.
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the .inspiration for lowly parties am)
Lowly in every detail was the
bridge luncheon given by Mrs. R. E.
j Pickett and Mrs. W. S. Royster on
witt Miss Howard as the
effect throughout the Pick
ett home. The traditional bridal |
colors of white and green were us
in the dining room and in the ap
? of the table, which was
cantered with a bowl of white dah
lias, feverfew and phlox. The bosx
oree's place was marked by a corsaj
of wees. At the bride-elect's table
^were her mother, Mrs. H. Neal How
tidt Mrs. Manly Lilea, mother of the'
bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. Lowell
Other guests wew seated at four
card tables spread with refreejuneet
cloths and centered with roses.
l%e luncheon consisted of chicken
fala king, served in patties, Saratoga
chips, tomato and encumber salad,
pickles, rolls, tea and individual
In the contract games, played in
the afternoon, Mrs. K. V. Jones was
awarded a double deck of Congress
cards as winner of high score, Mrs.
W. R. Burke retained the floating
prise, note paper, and Mrs. Lowell
Liles received the consolation, sta
tionery. Miss Howard was present-1
ed gifts of silver by the hostesses,
Friday morning from 10:00 to
12:00 o'clock, Mrs. C. Hubert Joyner
graciously entertained at bridge and
a miscellaneous shower in honor of
Miss Frances Howard.
Five tablee were arranged on the |
spacious porch of the Joyner home,
in a setting of handsome dahlias and
gladioli, spresd with refreshment
covers and centered with miniature
After guests had found their
places, the hostess served party sand
wiches, Saratoga chips, cheese crack
ers, pickles, decorated cakes, choco
late fudge, salted nuts snd coca
colas. The place of the honor guest
was marked by bronse asters arrang
ed as ? hair ornament
The high score award, a milk glass
vase, was won by Mrs. W. S. Roys
ter. Mrs. Allen Drake received the
consolation prize, note paper. The
two floating prisef, novel matches
and hi-jacks were retained by Mrs.
Harry Harper and Mrs. W. R. Burke.
The hostess presented the honor
guest with dinner plates in her chos
en china pattern and Miss Jane
Greene was remembered with crystal.
The shower of miscellaneous gifts
was "brought in by the hostess on a
silver trey as a surprise feature of
the delightful occasion.
Mrs. E. C. Holmes and Mrs. Ar
thur F. Joyner were refreshment |
guests. <???? I
A charming' bridge party, given by
Miss Mae Knott and Mrs. John C.
Parker, Friday evening, compliment
ed Mias Frances Howard.
The Knott home , was thrown en
suite and decorated with dahlias,
marigolds and zinnias in artistic ar
rangements. .The eight tables woe
beautifully appointed for the dessert
course and bore floral centerpieces.
The place <xf the honoree was mark
ed by a corsage at roses. Brick ice
cream in green and white, bridal
cakes, mints and nuts were served
prior to the games, and iced fruit
punch was passed during play.
The high score award, a powder and
sachet combination, was won by Mrs.
D. R. Morgan and Mrs. R G. Pickett ,
as runner-up, received a double deck
of Congress cards. The consolation
prize, a neat of ash trays, went to
Miss Bertha Lang. The honoree was
presented silver in her pattern by the
hostesses. Miss Jane Greene was
remembered with gifts of silver and
Honoring Miss Frances Howard,
Mrs. R. C Copenhaver was hostess
at a lovely dessert-bridge party, Sat
urday evening, at her home mi Con
ten tnea street, which was beauti
fully decorated throughout with dah
lias and roses. V!
Refreshment tables with
laid for twenty guests, boi
linen covers, bridal
and reflector centerpieces
were rosebuds in silver vases. The
stess was assisted *, serving iee
lovely bridge party, is
The Jones home was beautifully
decorated with dahlias, eaten, phlox,
??>! rVimetfe, ?41m* ilx
with reftaehmaat cov
ers bore email arrangements of mix
^1 fi untann tea waaiaJ etift^ea IUIIm
W ilvWWB Hi fMMH .:,sRsapw
wen fix bridal dsaign. Decorations
of the dining room were, particularly
beautiful arid white taper* hi crystal
Hon. Fleece of the
were marked fay
Prior to the gene* of progressive
contract, the heeteas, assisted by her
mother, Mr. M. V.
moulded in bridal
green and white mints'
nuts, and throughout the etenin
fruit punch was served from a beat
tifully appointed table in the hell.
Mrs. Arthur F. Joyner compiled
high score and was awarded an <
mental goblet in blue glaee, and Mrs.
Carol W. ModHn received the con
solation, a crystal egg server. The
honoreea received seta of cryktal
compotes In their respective pat
Mrs. Annie Rigsbee, grandmother
of Hie hostess, and Miss Betsy Willis
Jones, her sister, assisted In receiv
Mrs. H. Neal Howard and Mrs. A.
J. Greene, mothers of the honoreea,
and Mrs. H. Lw HoWen, Sr., of Wil
son, grandmother of Miss Howard,
were invited for the dessert course.
Church Groups J
The Presbyterian Circles held their I
regular afternoon and evening: meet
ings, Mond-ty, using as their Bible
Study "Getting Bid at Besetting
Sine." The subject "The Responsi
bility of Christian Women in Today's
World," was used for the programs.
Circle No. 1 met Sunday, afternoon
frith Mrs. G. P. Bergeron, with the
chairman, Mrs. George B. Moore,
presiding. Mrs. Bergeron gave the
program and the Bible Study waa
developed in an open discussion
among the members. The
served en iced drink and cookies.
Circle II met Monday evening in
the home of Mrs. E. S. Coatee, with
the chairman, Mrs. Will H. Moore,
Jr., presiding. The meeting opened
with a prayer by Bev. E. S. Coates.
Mrs. William P. Easley gave the
Bible Study and Mrs. Coates the
program. Lovely arrangements at
summer flowers were used m decora
tion throughout the home. After ad
journment the hostess served delici
ous pound cake, nuts and iced drinks.
The Wesleyan Guild held a called!
meeting Monday everting in the home I
of the chairman, Mrs. Stuart Sugg.
Mrs. Sugg presided and led a general ]
discussion of the year's work.
Two members, Miss Frances How
ard and Miss Jane Greene, brides
elect, were presented gifts of china
and silver by the Guild at this time.
After adjournment, the
served a delirious dessert course,J
consisting of bridal ices, cakes and |
mints. , ,
Circle four, of the Methodist Wom
an's Society, met Monday afternoon,
with Mrs. Melton Allen as hostess.
Mrs. Pearl Johnston, in charge of
the devotional, used as her subject
"Stewardship." Mrs, Claude Tyson
waa welcomed as a new member at
Following adjournment, the host- [
ess entertained at a surprise JUrth
day party honoring her
C. H. Mozingo, who is the rii
of this group.
Contests were enjoypd
Claude Tyson and Mrs. I
declared prize winners. The
served chicken salad sandwiches, I
cookies, salted nuts gad JsmnnsAi.
The Farmville Home
tion Club, of which Mrs.
ner is president, the Bollards
, Williamson's guests ?m;
[*?? Fuming, M-s. W. E. Joywir,
'Mi*. J. H. Moon, Mr*. Robert D.
and Mrs. G. Alex Rouse, Mrs. L. B.
Walston and Mrs. J. H. Paylor.
MISS JANKT CHESTNUT
WEDS L. E. TURN AGE, JR.
Vincetnnes, hut, Aug. 12. ? St
John's Evangelical and Reformed
church was the scene, at eight o'clock,
Saturday evening, of the marriage
of Miss Janet Chestnut of 121* North
Ninth street to Lester E. Turnage,
Jr., of Parmville, N. C. Rev. Thomas
L. Bash, paster of the First Baptist
church here, heard the exchange of
vowa during the impressive double
ring ceremony. ' v
The bride is the daughter of Elmer |
leetuut, of Odcm, Ind. Mr. Thm
age*s parents an Mr. and Mrs. Lea-1
tar E. funug*,Sr., of Fannville.
Large bouquets of white gladioli
intermingled with greenery and
baskets of white hydrangea decorat
ed the church for the wedding ser
vice, .which was attended ]biy s num
ber of relatives and friends of the |
Preceding the ceremony Mrs.
Joseph A. Meaner sang "I Love You
Truly" and "Till the End of Tkne,"
accompanied by Mrs. W. L. Holt,
organist. Mrs. Holt also pfhyed for
a half hour wedding selections pre
ceding the ceremony, as well ss the
traditional Mendelssohn's and Lohen
grin's wedding marches. HHHHH
Hie bride was given in marriage |
by her father. She wore a lovely
white silk jersey dress with white
accessories and a corsage of pink
Her attendant, Miss Vera Spangle,
wore pink silk jersey, black accesso
ries and a white ruee corsage. The
little flower girl was Ruth Ann Kuhn.
.Boscoe Chestnut, brother of the
bride, was best man, and the ushers
were Paul Kuhn, the bride's uncle,
and Irvin Marutx. . 5
A wedding reception was held in
the Kuhn home at 1219 North Ninth
street. The house was decorated
with vari-colored wuguaw flowers.
Assisting at the reception were Miss
Maribelle Gauer, Mrs. A1 McCrsry,
Mrs. Elson G. Sims and Mrs. Irvin
The couple left immediately after
the reception on a wedding tour
X.I. ?_ _ ? m m * m * ? P XT' ???*?? ,, S
inrougti scenic regions en neRtucmri
West Virginia, Vii-ginia and North
Carolina, and expect to bq at home
at Farmvi lie after August 18. The
bride traveled in an aqua and pink
suit with white accessories.
The bride is a graduate of Epsom I
School at PtaiwriUe and attended)
Vincennes 'Business College.
Mr>- Turnage, a graduate of the |
Fannville High School, attend*
North Carolina State College for two
years prior to his induction into the
armed forces. He served 3 Mi years,
18 months of that time with the 18th
Air Force m the Pacific Theater of
Operations. . *
more than any tohacco producing
county In the world and that Fajm
?111? Township probably loads at'
other township?. The club is prowl
of th? fact that Carl Hicks, a lVa
ville Kiwanian, is one of the nine
director? of this corporation.
Guests for the evening were Chief
of Police Lucas, who talked for a tew
minutes on law eoCoroament, Conrad
Stewart, Jr., a visiting Kiwanian, of
Orlando, Fla., and Joe Joynsr.
Mr. Allen announced that Rod WiL
liams, Sam D. Bandy, Alex Allen,
Cad Hicks and Charlie HMekkise
were selected, by vobt, as trustees of
the Kiwanis college scholarship
fund. Complete details about the
schoMtship will be anaounesd at a
later date. ? .
Ernest Pettaway will be in charge
of the program next ?
Buy "Savin gs Bands" Have I Hold!
I THEATRE 1
FARMVILLE, N. C.
THE HOME OF BETTER
WEEK OF AUGUST 17
Buster Crabbe, King of the
"TERRORS ON HORSE
Plus?Chapter No. 3 "King of the
$ And Musical. ;?V':
Ann Sothern k George Murphy in
us..1 "CP GOES MAISIE"
SPECIAL?Bugs Bunny Cartoon
" - and News.
and the Smoky Mountain Boys in
"NIGHT TRAIN TO
Also?Cartoon sad Technicolor
In Magic Color
With Bob Steele.
^ ,r WEDNESDAY
, Joe Kirk?in
"JOE PALOOKA CHAMP"
Wild Bill Elliott?in
"SAN ANTONIO KHT
Also?Chapter No. 1M "Lost City
?y of the Jungle." ?:5.;?h .
THURSDAY and Friday
Randolph Soott k Ann Richard i
????? "Gabby" Hayee
Added?News and Cartoon.
Welcome Tobacco Fanners
FarmvHIe And To The
_ MML _ .R|SR?WI
Your Entertainment Headquarters
DAILY 10:45 A. M.
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? Our Special Treat For Yon ?
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, AUGUST 19th