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THE KOU8E PRINTERT
Fmrmyfll?, N. C.
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Published weekly and entered aa
Second Class Mafl Matter at the
Poet Office at FanHvtlle, N. C-,
under Aet of March tod, 1*78.
The Dickcessel was the subject of
study at Saturday's meeting with
Clauds Tyson as program leader.
This bird is known also as the Black
throated Bunting and the little Mea
dowlark. It is six and one half in
ches in length. The upper parts, are
gray, Brown, and black, streaked;-the
under parts are white and yellow.
The bill is stout and conical; wings
are long and pointed and the forked
tail is three-fourths the length of the
The Dickceesel is so named from
the simple soag with which he makee
matches the seat
It is one of the most interesting
birds, not alone on account of its
beauty, bat because it varies greatly
in numbers in different localities, and
ha the same locality in different
A person who lives in the Central
States and the Middle West and does
not know this bird is said to be miss
ing an interesting neighbor. This is
so because of his song, his unusual i:
beauty, his plump and genial person
?n ' ,i ' ? ' ' " 1
slity, and afefe all the
of hie presence. It is easy t
i male English sparrsw for
hoppers form over forty per cent of
his food. Caterpillar*, canker wcrma,
beetles and snail* complete hia ani
mal diet. Being a typical aeedeater,
its staple food during a large part of
the year, consists of the Seeds of
weods and grasses..;.
Ita neet la pHeed on tile ground
sheltered by a tuft of gross, or in
trees or bushes sometimes fifteen
test up. It is constructed of grass,
weed stems, rootlets and shreds of
corn husks and lined with horse hair
or fine grass, four or five plain
pale blue eggs an laid.
George Creekmur donated lumber
to the club with which to construct
bird houses at this time.
FARMVTLLE, tf. C.
THE HOME OF BETTER
WEEK OF SEPT. 14 ~~
Wild Bill Elliott, At Hia Roughest,
"SHERIFF OF REDWOOD
Also Chapter No. 7 "King of The
Plus A 3 Stooge Comedy.
SUNDAY ft MONDAY
It's ALL HOPE And A Mile Wide!
Starring . . . Your Favorite Star
of Radio and Screen?Bob HOPE,
with Lovely Joan Caulfield. ..
Added?Latest News, Selected
Starring Rita Hayworth in her
first great Dramatic Role with
Also Same Program "SMOKEY
JOE" A Color Cartoon.
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Starring Richard Dix?Jane Wyatt
with Johnny Weismuller?Virginia
Also . . . Chapter No. 3 "Scarlet
THURSDAY and Friday
v with Allan- Ladd?Geraldjne
This is the first actual hair-raising
experiences of the men and women
of our Office of Strategic Services.
Plus Latest News of The Day.
;N AUTO ASSO. STORK.
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'TIRES?TIRES?JU ST RECEIVED
A Bit Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
art they atill carry an
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MALE HELP WANTED ? Man or
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BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
Every Sunday Morning from 9:30
to 10:00, art hear about all the new
inventions art when they amy he
expected on the market?intermin
? gled with songs that are guaranteed
To please.?Weoterw Auto AsaoeUte
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NOTICE OF RE-SALE OF VALUA
BLE REAL ESTATE
' Under and by virtue of an Order
of the Superior Court of Pitt County (
made in that special proceeding en
titled "Mrs. Appie E. Flanagan vs..
W. R. Burnette, Admr. of the Estate
of Mrs. Florence V. Nelson, and.
others," the same being No. 4676 on I
the Special Proceeding Docket of
said Court, the undersigned Com
missioner wiH on Saturday, the 21st
day of September, 1946, at twelve
(12:00) o'clock Noon on the the
premises in the Town of Farmville,
offer for re-sale to the highest bid
der for cash, all of those certain lota
or pan. Is of land described as fol
LOT NO. 1: BEGINNING at R.
A. Joyneris corner on the north side
of Grimmersburg Street and ruils
thence along R. A. Joyneris line in a
northerly direction 133% feet to Lot
No. 3; thence along line of Lot No. 3
in a westerly direction and parallel"
with Grimmersburg Street 50 feet to ,
the corner of Not No. 2; thence dlong
line of Lot No. 2 and parallel with
first line in a southerly direction
138% feet to Grimmersburg Street;
thence along Grimmersburg Stredt in
an easterly direction 50 feet to the
point of beginning.
LOT NO. 2: BEGINNING at cor
ner of Lot No. 1 on north side of
Grimmersburg Street and runs thence
along line of Lot No. 1 in a northerly
direction 133% feet to the line of
Lot No. 3; thence along line of Lot
No. 3 in a westerly direction 67%
feet, or -more, to Contentnea Street;
thence along Conjentnea Street in a
northerly direction 138% feet to
Grimmersburg Street; thence along
Grimmersburg Street in an easterly
direction 67% feet, or more, to the
point of beginning.
Taxes for 1946 will be paid by the
sellers. ' .
The highest bidder will be required
to deposit 10 per cent of his or her
bid, pending confirmation of the sale
by the Court.
This the 4th day of September,
JOHN B. LEWIS,
Activities Of Local
"The Furniture and the Arrange-1
ment of the Church" was discussed
by lfisa Margaret Smith at the Epis
copal Altar Guild meeting held in her
home on Tuesday evening
Mrs. J. D. Dixon openefl the meet
ing with prayer followed by the
Creed. Mrs. W. R. Burnette gave the
In the social hour which followed,
Miss Smith served lemon pies, iced
coffee, and nuts.
Mrs. G. S. Williams was hostess to
Circle 4 of the Methodist Woman's
Society on Monday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. E. R. Clegg.
The 119th Psalm was used by Mrs.
J. H. Harris as the devotional theme
and "Peace Day" was the topic of
her talk on missions. >
Mrs. Ray West, of Walstonburg,
and Mrs. Alice Tugwell, sisters of
Mrs. Pearl Johnston, were guests. A
cordial welcome was extended Miss
Lula Forbes, a former member.
Lovely arrangements of dahlias
were used in decorating. During a
pleasant social hour the hostess serv
ed London mist, ^ cakes, and salted |
The Wesleyan Guild met Monday |
evening with Mrs. Joseph Joyner.
Miss Bertha Lang gave the devo
tional entitled, "In Green Pastures.'
Mrs. Mac Carraway made a very in
spiring talk, "Axe We Receiving the
Full Blessings of J. Christian Life?"
Following the program Mrs. Stuart
Sugg presided over a short business
The hostess served ice cream, choc
olate cake and salted nuts.
Mrs. George B. Moore, chairman,
was hostess to Circle 1 of the Pres
byterian Auxiliary on Monday after
noon in the home of Mrs. G. R. Smith.
Those present took part in a dis
cussion of "Becoming Discipline Wit
nesses." Misses Jean Beckman and
Wilma Stansill gave the program on
the subject, "Our High Calling."
Zinnas and marigolds were used in
decorating. After adjournment Pref
ers, an iced drink and potato chips
were served by the hostess. Miss
Stansill and Miss Beckman were spe
Circle 2 of the Presbyterian Auxiliary
met with Mrs. Joe Flake on Monday
Mrs. William Easley developed the
devotional topic from Isaiah and talk
ed of "Becoming Discipline Witness
es." "Our High CaUing," the pro
gram topic, was presented by Mrs. |
C. F. Baucom.
During the business session, pre
sided over by the chairman, Mrs. W.
H. Moore, Jr., the annual fall clean
ing of the church was announced,
land will be held on September 17 and
18. All church and auxiliary mem
bers were urged to be present or
send someone in their place.
Summer cut flowers were used in
decoration of the
the social period
cake and iced
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NOTICE OF SALE OF
Pursuant to the Power of Sale contained in Chapter 28,
Article 13 of the North Carolina General Statutes (1943),
the undersigned Administratrix will on SATURDAY, Sep
tember 28, 1946, at 12:00 o'clock noon offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, at public auction in front of the
City Hah in the Town of Farmyille, North Carolina, the fol
lowing described personal property:
ONE-1941 4-DOOR CHRYSLER ROYAL SEDAN,
Motor No. C-23 30069; also One Auto Trailer.
By law this sale is exempt from ceiling price regulations.
This the 30th day of August, 1946.
WINIFRED C. LANG,
Admrx. of the Estate of James R. Lang.
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A BETTER REARIN6 CLINIC
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? in ? *
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Goldsboyo, N. C?Goldsboro Hotel?Wednesday, Sept. 18.
Kinston, N. C.?Kins ton Hotel?Thursday, September 19.
Greenville, Hi.. C.?Proctor Hotel?Friday, September 20.
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This is your opportunityto see and try the BEST with,
no obligation on your part. Demonstrations and advice will
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RALEIGH HEARING AID COMPANY
Odd Fellows Building Raleigh, N. C.
BETTER LIVING THROUGH BETTER HEARING
L'< Tr ?.?,
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FARMVILLE, N. C.
Latest News of ' ~ ADDED .
11,6 Day - Selected Short Subject
TWO NOUSES AND LOTS
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MRS. FLORENCE V. NELSON PROPERTY
On Contentnea and Grimmersburg Streets
FARMVILLE, N. C.
For Sale on
SEPTEMBER ZI, 1946
At Twelve (12:00) o'clock Noon
At Public Auction to the Highest Bidder for Cash.
Sale to Be Held on the Premises in
? THE TOWN OF FARMVILLE, N. C. ?
JOHN B. LEWIS, Commissioner.
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