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NOTICE ? PROPEMT OWNERS!
Exum & Cline, Contractors for the Town of
Farmville Street Improvement program, are now
in a position to put in sidewalks, driveways, and
other miscellaneous concrete paving. Any one
interested may get further details from C. M.
Paylor, Town Clerk. ? ' >
J. W. JOYNER, Mayor.
Stay On The Right Side
Of Your Budget!
It will help to practice some of the lessons learn
ed in the post few years. Boy only what yon need,
and get the best quality you can afford. In the
long run, you'll SAVE ALL WAYS ?and make
your Income go further.
Our friendly aenrice in all financial
Matters will meat with your eom
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"SAVE TODAY for the things
Following Seat ?evers In Lovely New
1946 Plymoqik?2 Door
1946 Plymouth?4 Door .
State College Hints
To Farm Homemakers
By Verna Stanton.
N. C. State College
If you have an old easy chair, keep
?n enjoying it for the present instead
m trading it In on a new model,
ramilies are urged to postpone un
lecessary purchases to give veterans
i chance to furnish their homes.
If the old gray suit won't go thru
the winter and you find the new suits
too expensive for your budget, why
not make your own. There's more to
thrift than putting money in the
It is easy to make a tailored
suit, say clothing specialists, if you
are skillful at sewing and have the
patience to do careful work. But
don't attempt a suit if you are an
amateur at sewing. If you would like
to have a bulletin telling you how to
make a suit write to the Clothing De
partment, Agricultural Extension
Sefvfce, State College, Raleigh.
How to get the bagginess out of
trouser knees is one of the home
pressing problems of housewives.
Clothing specialists explain that
trousers bag where the fabric has
been stretched and that shrinking
with steam is the cure.
Lay the trouser leg flat on the
ironing board with the baggy part
uppermost. Press gently, moving the
iron from side -to side so that the
steam goes into the garment. Keep
pressing and patting the loose fabric
into place until the fullness disap
pears. Then press the entire leg of
the trousers until almost dry. Leave
the trouser leg in position on the
board for a few minutes until it is
completely dry. Never press wool un
til "bone dry" because this makes the
fabric stiff and harsh.
' There is plenty of room .for saving
and better nutrition in the foods that
come into the kitchen, if they are
properly prepared. Food values can
be almost completely lost in cooking.
For example paring away one-tenth
to one-quarter of the potato results
m physical loss, but in addition iron
and vitamin C in the potato are dissi
pated by nqt cooking it with the
Keep the extra juices from cooked
vegetables in your refrigerator for
oae in your next soup.
The new school lunch act offers
an opportunity for all children to get
more adequate food than they've been
having. The passage of the new
school lunch bill widens the oppor
tunity for more states and communi
ties to take part Washington can't
do the school lunch job alone. Nor
under the law is it permitted to do so,
if it would. This emphasis on focal
responsibility is, as it should be, irf
the interest of democracy -taS a
stronger school '.unch program.
Buy Bonds 'To Have And To Hold !
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State College Answers
Timely Farm Questions
QUESTION: What are the best
nethods of\ preventing: colds and
?cup in chickens?
ANSWER: The thing to do, ac
wrding to Prof Roy Dearatyne at
State College, head of the poultry De
jartment, is to keep the laying flock
n tip-top condition. He explains thai
solds, bronchitis, and roup infections
ire generally preceded by some de
vitalizing factors in the flock. He
iuggest8 that the grower make sure
hat there is adequate vitamin A in
he diet The lifter should be kept
try. Ventilation must be controlled,
failure to do these things will result
n a reduction of the vitality of the
rfrds. When these infections hit the
lock, egg production drops. The
rouble may last for months.
QUESTION: What is the record
>f the new Roanoke soybean?
ANSWER: This variety" was de
veloped by the Agricultural Experi
nent Station at State College and
die Sixty-Eighth Annual Report of the
3tation says that it is well suited to
x>th the Coastal Plain and Piedmont
ureas of North Carolina. Because of
ts higher yielding capacity, its great
it resistance to shattering, and its
ligher oil content, he research men
>f the Station say that it may well
replace Woods YelloiV in all areas
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of W. L. Freeman, de
ceased, late of Pitt County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all persons
having claims against the Estate of
the said deceased to exhibit them to
the undersigned at Farmville, North
Carolina, on or before the 16th day
of November 1947, or this notice will,
be pleaded in bai; of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment.
This the 8th day of November, 1946.
ALICE M. FREEMAN, Admrx.
of the Estate of W. L. Freeman,
John B. Lewis. Atty. (N-16-6wks)
here this bean Is now growth Roa
tke bean considerable raaemblance
Volitate bat has given higher seed
ekfe and has a higher oil eohtent.
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irfe growem win ttm it lavmoie
grow bath Ogden and Roanoke,
nee they no not ripen at the same
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QUESTION: Which plant food
ves the greatest return on com?
ANWER:. Nitrogen has been found
have the greatest influence in in
casing corn yields, say the research
en of the Agricultural Exjefiment
ation. There was an increase of 1
ishel of corn for each 2 pounds of
trogen, where the other plant foods
ere adequate and moisture Avas am
e. It' was found that winter fe
mes were valuable in furnishing
UY "SAVINGS BONDS" NOW !
Has Already Bin Purchased.
Date and Place of
? OPENING ?
Will Be Announced Later
F. ft. WILLIAMS
FarmviHe, N. C.
ANtw LIFE OUT
Look toward Korea and Japan! A thrilling bow Job and *
boot life?with intonating work, sports, snteruimnent and
travel opportunities-can be had lor die asking by qualified
young men who volunteer fdt the lat Cavalry, 11th Afrb*sn%
tithTvth, 24th or 25th Infantry Division*. '.c-j
What an opportunity ... what a job! Training in one of
these crack nnits will stand yon in good stead whatever yea
go. Stndy a foreign language. Learn the fascinating details of
Military GovunuPent?*o vital to future peooe and prosperity, t
Japan's Isle* of Pines" are but s sample of the attrac
tions of an Arpiy career in the Far East The Army has
reopened comfortable hotels, theaters, swimming pools, tennis
clubs, golf courses, bell parks. These - fsmffisr haunts of :
pre-war tourist*? end msny nets developments ? provide a
broad choice of recreation. ' ' w
Not- everyone can measure np to this Job. Only 3-yaar
enlistees who asset prescribed physical and mental standards
can enjoy the benefits-of sach a job. High overseas pay,
good food and lodging and a generous retirement plan make
your future in the Army Ground Forces too good to miosl
See your nearest Army Recruiting Officer for full details.
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