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JEROME KKRN ALBUM
Why Do I Lot* Yon
Lone Ago And Far Away
The Touch of Your Hand
The Song Is You
Twaa Not So Long t
Smoke Gets In Yeur
The Night Was Made For Love
She Didn't Say Yes
AJ Goodman and His Orch.
Victor Album Price $3.60
Among My Souvenirs
Herbie Fields and Orch.
Victor Record Price ?5c
From The Victor Library
of Children's Records
The Three Little Pigs
From Walt Disney's Silly
Symphonies Price 82c
Uncle Mac and
Prom Jolly Songs for
Jack and Jean! Price 82c
Snow White and The Seven
From the Original Disney
Kim ? Price *2.00
The Story of Little Blade Sambo
By Helen Baunennan >? - >
Told by Paul Wing, Br. $LW
Little Blaek Sambo's
Jungle Band ? Told by
Paul Wing Price $1.60
WE HAVE ALL TYPE NEEDLES, RECORD RACKS,
CASES, and PLAYERS.
MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED AND PROMPTLY FILLED.
Allow 15c for ? ailing and Be for each additional
MRS. J. M. CARRAWAY, Manager
Phone 479-7 ? North Main St ? Far?viH*, N. C.
rf-~ 1 *?
? Call Us For Installations ?
Refrigeration & Electric Service
Ill East Wilson St.
I MI IaT ION
Knl *125 -
m??u? ?i? ???r.
in fin hone
with Kin Helen
, , two
at the Threshold," by Winifred Bryce.
Mm Minnie Warren, of Battleboro,
a former member of this group, and I
Miss Ida Cowan, of Surham, sister |
of the hostess, were
Services foffhe Lang's group which I
meets in the IbrmviBe Demonctc
tion Clubhouse will be held Sunday
evening at 7:30. Following the Bev.
Clegg's sermon the officers of the
Youth Fellowship will be installed in
a candlelight. ceremony. A cordial
welcome is egthaied to everyone to
attend. ?' "
Officers are: adult counselor, Ru
fus Gay; president, Miss Lois Nan
ney; vice president, Billy Griffin;
secretary, Mrs. Marjorie Cash; treas
urer, Billy Fulferd; commission chair
men, Miaees Louise Flora and Sib
beth Ann Nanney, Rudolph Flora and
Curtis Bale; and adult counselors for
the commission chairmen, Mrs. John
TugweU and Mrs. Braee Pollard.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
of Wesley community held its tegu
lar meeting, Sunday night at the
heme of JGss Mary Frances and
Edward Oakley with fifty members
An interesting worship program j
NOTICE OF SALS 1
Under and by virtue of Jhe au
made in S, P. 4726, Elijah Haddeck,
at als, vs. OttU Oakley, at als by
court house (took in
North Capclina, between-the. hours <
twelve o'clock nooh and one "oV
P. M., on Tuesday, November 12,1
the following.described ^pmpu^f: ^
Lying and being .on
and bounded on the east
by the landa-utdohaaie Haddock and
?ithe 7am?i k^nith' ?*i
fiE* eoat^g 80 JSSf
(H-9-46) ARTHU? B. OOSEyT'
E. R. Cleg* and
KfWi ~'ff?- ifffngfir ?-T
account by Charles Braxton, of Ral
eigh, formerly of Farwville, of the
he did on the bicycle aft the
State Air with AT Cbatle, World's
Only Monoped Bicycle Acrobat.
A number of bird houses were
built at this time and various games
Jess Spencer read as article from
Holiday Magazine on ducks, geese
and swans. This was a timely study
aa millions of migrating waterfowls
are now firing southward. Open
ft W. 5th St?At Fiye PofalU
Greenville, N. C.
CHARLES JACGUtN Jo*, Inc.
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riHfST O* THC PAROUS "SILVf* STMAKS1*
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When job consider how
youll get by waiting for a new Pontine? dependability! For reasons be*tni our
you'll agree dor hers is one caw Where control, which we regret as much as you,
' *L ? HtJkftMi I
wtitug pcys o&'ut bud
i wide margin because there
i HA i..UUkJi IJJ U.U1 i*
offers. There is no substitute
tor Pontiac fceauty?for
Pontiac comfort ?or for
case. And the years of war
time usage proved conclu
mcmvaniant dm, and nnU
pratatt yamr car>* trs4-m
production is dciow wast
had been anticipated. But
improvement is being made
?and the wait, from here
before your Pootiac is ready
? wait! When you do get
it?youH have the finest^,
automobile offered at any- -
where near the price!
'Ml. HMT J. TAYlOi m ?m air Ma wmt*
120 East Wilson Street,