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MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED AND PROMPTLY FILLED.
Allow 15c for atfliir ant 5c for each additional selection.
COMB IN AND LISTEN TO YOUR FAVORITES!
MRS. J. M. CARRAWAY,
Phone 479-7 ? North Moln St ? FarmviBe, N. C.
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111 East Wilson St. FumrdOe, N. C.
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When you approach this Association for a Mortgage
Loan, we aceept the opportunity to HELP you buy a House
or retire an existing loan. The Loan we offer is designed,
by our plan, to produce most equity, in least time, at lowest
cost Of, ultimately to effect complete home-ownership, on
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FIRST FEKRAL UIIMStLOM
320 EVANS STREET GREENVILLE, N. C.
' Phone 3224 I
A. C. TADLOCK. See. and Trees.
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me touowtnf property Moaning to the Mrs ?C Mrs.
6. E. Moots wil be sold at poWk auction fit front of the
City HaB in the Town of Farm vile on
HIGHEST BIOtlCR FOR CASH:
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Pauline Dixon returned to her ]
school work, at Meredith Oolleg
Monday. She ?M accompanied to
Raleigh by her parents, Mr., and Mrs.
R. D. S. Dixon. *
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Phillips, of
Phoenix, Aria., have announced the
birth of a son. Mrs. Phillips is the
former Mies Ruby Marlowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore, Jr., of I
Farmville, were guests of Mr. and [
Mrs. W. V. Redick, Sunday. -M
The revival services in progress
this week in the Christian Church
here ate being well attended and a
fine spirit of fellowship is being
manifested. Dr. Cecil Jar man has a
soul stirring message each evening.
The music rendered by the choir is |
an Inspiring feature.
You are invited to come and enjoy I
The Waistonburg Legion Post, 832,
held the second at its regular month"
ly meetings, Friday night, in the local
school building at 7:80 o'clock. A de
lightful barbecue supper wai served
by Benney Tugwell, to come seventy
five veterans. Among the guests
present was Miss Elma ChambHss,
local faculty mtemLrr, aul former
Most of the business' period was
taken up by Commander Henry
JJurch, in appointing the various com
mittees: Executive Committee?Har
vey R. Gay, chairman, Wayne Cox,
Walter Speight, John T. Craft, Jr.,
and James A. Redick. Membership
Committee?Vice Commander D. Har
old Bailey, chairman, Charles Harper
Hardison, John Woo ten, Paul Gallo
way, Arthur Beamon and Charlie
Letch worth. Legal Committee?C. T.
Hicks, Jim Gay and Harvey R. Gay,
Puhlidty Officer?D. Harold Bailey.
Athletic Officer?DobbsDixdn. James
Gardner, SrT, was named to act as
Child Welfare Offices.
After some discussion, .the Legal
Committee waa requested to make in
vestigations in -regard to building a
Legion hut ; ^ :
There were twelve new members
brought into the post The meeting
was brought to m close by silent
P?y?. ..'J. '
. BIRD CLUB
The members of the Bird Club
studied the value of the woods and
trees in relation to bird life and how
a forest fire would deprive wild life
of homes and'shelter. Special em
phasis was placed on the fact that
everyone should be careful not to
smoke in the woods and should aL
ways put campfires out Pictures of
forest fires, cats as enemies of birds
and colored pictures of birds were
-Marion Corbett read a description
of the Cardinal and its habits. Be
cause of its beauty, its cheerfulness,
activity and indnstriouaneas; it ia
now our state bird. It lives in al
every state in America and has
troduced and naturalized in
Dig ' ' 1 IRpMMBitlHli
cares eagerly for the
young white the female is sitting on
S second laying of eggs. The female
[is net as conspicioua in color as the
safeguard from observation
and get the best quality ysa eaa afford. Ia the
long run, you'll SAVE ALL WATS? and make
income go farther.
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Pursuant to the Ptower of Sale contained in Chapter 28,
Article 13 of the North Carolina General Statutes (1943),
the undersigned Administratrix wilt on SATURDAY, Sep
tember 28, 1948, at 12:00 a^kx* noon offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash, at public auction in front of the
City Hall in the Town of Farmville, North Carolina, the fol
lowing described personal property:
ONE-1941 4-DOOR CHRYSLER ROYAL SEDAN,
Motor No. C-2S 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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rt Market Average above Average for the Belt
Sales Now limited to Three Hours Per Day.
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The lid is off the first fall hate
are hunMing oat of our huge hat
box ... and what chapeaax they are!
Soft felts adorned with satin and
taffeta; hereto sporting coekards;
cocktail and dinner puffs of rich
fabric. Be the first to start off the
with a magnificent now ere