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Advertising rates will he furnish
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Second Class Mail Matter at the
Post Office at FhrmvOle, N. C.,
under Act of March ted, 1278.
A Brownie troop, an auxiliary
group, of the local Girl Scoot organi-1
ration waa formed on Wednesday I
afternoon at the home of Mrs. George I
Farr, the adult leader.
The troop will be composed of 15
girls from the ages of seven through
ten. The aims, ideals and activities
have the same basic objectives as the
Intermediate Girl Scouts. I
Mrs. R. T. Williams, a leader of I
Troop 2, gave an interesting sum
mary of the Girl Scout movement and
how the Brownies were first organix
Charter members of the new troop
are Martha Holmes, who was elected
leader; Theodora Albritten, secretary;
Ann Morgan, treasurer; Im T.
Lewis, Nan Williams, Marion Pickett,
Jane Russell, Blanche Satterthwaite, I
Johnnie Janer Joyner, Faye Mewborn,
Ann Pollard and Sybil Crumpler.
Only three more members can be
taken into this troop.
After the program the girls played
games, sang favorite songs, repeated
the Scout Promise and enjoyed |
Clarabelle Flanagan, attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. "Flan
agan, celebrated her ninth birthday
with a theater party on last Thurs
day afternoon. ?
Following the movie the guests
were invited to the Flanagan home
for refreshments, consisting of cake
decorated in blue and white, ice
cream and salted nuts, served from ]
the dining room table which bore at
tractive blue and white decorations
and was softly lighted by blue tapers.
Games were played on the lawn.
Guests included Ellen Norris Spen
cer, Jane Russell, Theodora Albrit
ton, Ann Morgan, Ann Pollard, Janet
Atkinson, Lou Taylor Lewis, Sybil |
Crumpler and Faye Mewborn.
NOTICE OF RE-SALE OF VALUA-1
BLE REAL ESTATE
Under and by virtue of an Order
I 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
the Special Proceeding Docket of
said Court, the undersigned Com
missioner will on Saturday, the 21st ]
day of September, 1246, at twelve j
(12:00) o'clock Noon on the the
premises in the Town of Farmville,
offer for ie-?ale to the highest bid
der for cash, all of those certain lots
or parcels of land described as fol
LOT NO. 1; BEGINNING at R.
A. Joyneris corner on the north side
of Grimmeraburg Street and runs
then*- along R. A. Joyneris lino in a
northerly direction 133% feet to Lot
No. 3; thence along lino of Lot No. 3
I in a westerly direction and parallel
with Grimmeraburg Street 50 feet to
the corner of Not No. 2; thence along
line of Lot No. 2 and parallel with
first lino in a southerly direction
138% feet to Grimmeraburg Street;
thence along Grimmeraburg Street in
an easterly direction 60 feet to the
point of beginning.
LOT NO. 2: BEGINNING at cor
ner of Lot No. 1 on north aide of
along line of Lot No. Ijn ^northerly
Are Marked By
?St. -^ ??-ffi'.fS
Featuring the Initial meeting of the
Womjut's Club held in the home of
Mrs. E. R. Clegg with Mrs. B. Street
er Sheppard an Joint hostess, Friday
afternoon, was an interesting and
constructive talk by Miss Elisabeth
Davis concerning "Our National li
brary" in Washington, D. C. She
discussed its orgin, growth and de
velopment and the varied services
rendered by it to the people of this
and other nations, illustrating her
talk with beautiful exterior and in
terior views of the building. Miss
Davis also told about her visits to
libraries in Western North Carolina.
Mrs. W. Jesse Moye made an. an
nouncement relative to the district
meeting which will be^held in Ply
mouth, October 11. The club mem
ben discussed the awarding of a
citizenship prise to be given to the
pupil in the high school who had con
tributed most to the upbuilding of
the school and community as a whole.
Mrs. C. W. Blackwood was elected
chairman for securing subscriptions
to the "North Carolina Clubwoman."
Delicious cookies, ice cream and
nuts were enjoyed by those present,
including Mrs. Z. B. T. Cox and Mrs.
Sam Bundy, who were welcomed as
Exquisite arrangements of crotala
ria, zinnas and false dragonhead
were on the tables and mantels
throughout the home.
A meeting, featured by a delight
ful and entertaining program, was
held, Wednesday afternoon, by the
Literary Club, at the home of the
president, Miss Elizabeth Davis, in
which lovely yellow chrysanthemums,
pink dahlias and red roses were ar
ranged with artistic effect.
The program topic, "Music In
America," was developed in an ex
cellent paper, written by Miss Mamie
Davis and read in her * absence by
<pub members sang in
unison, Carry Me Beck To 01<r
finny, end Battle Hymn of the Re
public ; Mrs. 3. W.'Joyner sang Jeenie
With the Light BroWn Hair, Just A
Wearym' For You, and played Deep
River.' & .">
Bringing the program ta a delight
ful conclusion were solos, My Lovsg
Is A Fisherman, Let My Song FBI
Your Heart, and Kiss Me Again by
Miss Rosemary Holmes, with piano
accompaniment by her mother, Mrs.
E. W. Holmes. . |g? y ^
Mrs. W. Alex Allen assisted her
sitter in serving ices molded in fruit
designs, individual cocoanut cakes
and salted nuts. Following the des
sert course, after dinner coffee was
poured by Mrs. F. M. Davis, mother
of the hostess, from a beautifully ap
pointed table in the hall.
Special guests of the hostess were
Mrs. E. W. Holmes and Miss Rose
mary Holmes, Mrs. Nannie Moye
Humphrey and Miss Edna Robinson.
Jr. Woman's Club
The Junior Woman's Club met,
Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Tommy
S. Ryon at her suburban home, which
was beautifully decorated with early
Mrs. J. T. Nolan presided and led
in the Junior Club Woman's pledge,
with which the meeting was opened.
During the business session, the club
voted to contribute to a foreign
scholarship; Mrs. R. T. Williams gave
a report of the recent birthday party
held by the Girl Scouts, which was
sponsored by the club, and told of
plans for forming a Brownie troop,
and members were reminded by the
president of* the 16th district, Mrs.
Jesse Moye, who is a rfiember of
this group, of the district meeting to
be held in Plymouth, October 11.
The meeting was closed with the
During an enjoyable social period,
the hostess served vanilla ice cream,
topped with strawberries, and black
Mrs. Eli Joyner, Jr., and Mrs.
Robert T. Monk were special guests
of the hostess at this time.
Mrs. W. Leslie Smith was a graci
A frozen marshmallow salad was
served with ribbon sandwicl
toga Alps, pickles, crax,
fudge and coffee by the hostess, as
sisted by her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Efnerson Smith, Mrs. R. G, Ruffin,
Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist and Mrs. L. E.
Special guests wen; Mrs. Alton
W. BoBbitt, Mn. W. M. Willis, Mrs.
L. E. Walston, Mrs. G. L. Gilchrist,
Mrs. Russell Moore, Mn. R. G. Ruf
fin, Mrs. George V. Monk, Mrs. L.
T. Pierce'and Mrs. Bei^.Vernon,
Book and Bridge Club
Members of the Book and Bridge
Club and special guests, Mn. J. Y.
Monk, Mrs. J. M. Mewborn and Mn.
Ernest N. Petteway, enjoyed an aft
ernoon of bridge, Friday, with Mn.
R. T. Williams as charming hostess
in her home which was made more
attractive feith fall arrangements of
rosest zinnas and dahlias.
High score was received by Mn. J.
Iced coca-colas and dainty sand
wishes were served 4urin8 the re
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF WALL
PAPER?No pasting, no tools, no
trimming?just dip in water and
apply. Washable, fads,
guaranteed to stick,
hang it. 3 boxes wiH do the aver
age room. $1.98 per box, includ
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
NOTICE OF RESALE
Under and by virtue of an order of
the Superior Court in the ex-parte
proceeding entitled "In the matter of
Annie Earldene Evans, and husband
G. L. Evans, and Johnnie Edmopd
Edwards, Jr., a minor by J. M. Hor
ton, next friend," the undersigned
Commissioner will on Saturday, Sep
tember 28th, 1946, at 12 o'clock Noon,
at the Courthouse door in Greenville,
North Carolina, offer for re-sale to
the highest bidder for CASH, (bid
ding to begin at $1680.00), the fol
lowing rescribed real estate:
Beginning at the intersection of
Smith and Jefferson Streets and run
ning in a Northerly direction 128 feet
to Frank Lewis line; thenece with said
Frank Lewis line in a ? Westerly di
rection 160 feet to John Bell line,
.thence in a Southerly direction with
the said John Bell's line 128 feet to
Smith Street, thence in an Easterly
dierction with the said Smith Street
160 feet to the beginning. The same
being the identical land conveyed to
L. E. Fountain, by G. W. Jefferson,
and others, by deed deeorded March
17th, 1919, in Pitt County Registry.
Being the identical tract of land con
veyed by L. E. Fountain to J. A. Ed
wards, by deed dated September 10th,
1924, duly recorded in Registry of
This the iUh day of September,
JOHN -HILL PAYLOR,
tereeted. write F-283, cere The
terprise, Farmville, N. C. tf
HAVK TOU LOOKED OVER OUR
SPORTING GOODS? WE CAR
RT NEARLY A COMPLETE
unb. . ?
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
FLOOR SANDING end FINISHING,
Cell WlHiams, Phone 8095, or (N.
D.) Conway, Phone M75, 1218
- Reede St., Greenville, N. C. lte
WANTED TO RENT: Desperately
need unfurnished house or a pert
Mat et once. Call or aee A. W.
Gilbert, RAF. Motor Company?
Dial 296-6. - S-20-2tp
WILL RENT OR LEASE MY FARM
near FemvOle; pood tobacco allot
ment, fine tobacco land. _ See me at
once if Interested. Mrs.. Preston
M. Murphrey. (9-20-2tp)
A Big Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
and they still carry an uncondition
al Guarantee for 18 months. Get
_ Our Prices before yen boy..
' WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
MALE HELP WANTED ? Man or
Woman, physically able and will
ing to serveSOO customers on local
route. Average $1.50 per hour.
Fall or sparo time. Write J. R.
Watldns Company, Dept. S-3, Rich
BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
Every Sunday Morning from
to 10:00, and hear about all the new
inventions and when they may be
expected an the
gled with songs that are i
to please.?Western Auto Associate
Store, Farmville, N. C.
COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE of
Baby Strollers, Play' Pens, Car
riages, Chairs, Rocking Horses,
Bathanettes, Bed and Mattresses.
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
Dr. Kenneth L. Quiggins
10954 W. Fourth Street ? Greenville, N. C.
Hours For Eye Examinations For Appointment
8:30 to 4:30?(Wed. till Noon) Phone 3778
TWO HOUSES AND LOTS
MRS. FLORENCE V. NELSON PROPERTY
On Contentnea and Grimmersburg Streets
JARMVILLE, 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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I THEATRE 1
FARMVILLE, N. G
THE HOME OF BETTER
WEEK Of SEPT. 21
"EL PASO KID"
Starring Sunset Carson?Taming
tite wild west.
Also Chapter No. 8 "King Of
The Forest Rangers."
Plus Leon Errol Comedy.
P SUNDAY A MONDAY ,
The Newest Mo<t Exciting
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"COURAGE OF LASSIE"
Starring Elisabeth Taylor, Frank
; Morgan, Tom Drake. ^ *
Plus Latest News Of The Day
? Also . .. Color Cartoon.
An Exciting Drama Of Wost
Offers John Wayne and Ella Reins
?? Co-Stars in? ' ?7
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Sunday & Monday, Sept 22-23
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