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It'? Christmas time again and the
Christmas spirit fills the land. Yea
hear it in the tinkling laughter of the
children?you see it in the smiling
welcomes and outstretched hands?
you feel it in the expectant hash that
fills all homes on Christmas Baa.
This is a homey season; a season
filled with the poignant scent of holly
and pine, of mysterious packages and
children's hopes. This is a season of
giving, of hospitality and joyous
With this thought in mind, we, of
the Enterprise staff?Editor G. A.
Rouse, Associate Editor Mrs. G. A.
Rouse, Miss Elizabeth May, T. B.
Rouse and Charles Gayle extend oar
heartfelt wishes for your Christmas
A bright and blessed Chritmas Day,
With echoes of the angel's song,
And peace that cannot paas away.
And holy gladness, calm and strong,
And sweet, heart carols, ringing true,
These form our Chrstmaa wish for
TODAY IS GOOD WILL DAY
"Peace on Earth, good will to
men" .... In this Joyous season of
the year do these words mean to you
what they ought to ? A Texas read
er of the Progressive Fanner sug
gested a way to help them o^ati
something to us. She wanted a day
set apart for the members of the
white race to do a kindness or good
deed for a member of another race
and each person in the colored race
and other races, of course, in turn
could do something helpful and kind
for a white person.
Just speaking a kind word or leav
ing off some criticism of a person of
the opposite race would indeed be one
way of helping" to observe this day.
Whatever you do for someone else
will make your Christmas happier.
Let's take time out from wrapping
presents, shopping and preparing for
the Christmas Day Just ahead to add
our bit of fuel to the flame of GOOD
Another year. Another Christmas.
Once more children look up, the very
Star of Bethlehem reflected in their
eyes, as they hear the story of the
infant Jesus. And who can fail to
be filled with awe at remembrance
of the little Naxarene and the angelic
chorus bringing their message of
"peace on earth, good will'to men."
Nineteen hundred and-forty-six
years have been recorded since, yet
this remains this worldis most blessed
Once more the parents of little
children, everywhere pray that there
should be peace on earth?for never
before in all history, has His lesson
bees more worthy of repetition.
Good will toward men?let every
man say it over and over. Let it be
instilled in the hearts of those Just
learning the ways of life. No man
can observe Christmas reverently?
without doing sacrilege to Hfa name
?if he fails to practice the leeeon of
"Good will toward men!"
Make this a really old fashioned
the freety air tin
gle with the element of surprise.
'rap poor things to give more fes
tively than you've ever attempted to
before 1 Scatter cheer wherever
yon go, visiting year Meads, writing
gay greetings, callfeg out across the
street and saying ewer the
Christmas! Merry Chjfcfe
day ? Christmas Day ?
auto safely in its j
or hire a horse aa? toggy for travel
the countryside, driving thru
the snow piled high; warmly 1
in all the sweaters and scarfs yon
It will to a world of
get oat and have fun this
lem; Misses Ann Turnage and Gladys
Crawford, Flora MacDonak"
Nail Baamaa, Campbell, Butm
Misses Margaret Coataa and
Lewis, Joe Gregory, Cheater Langley
and Douglas Jones, E.C.T. Cv Green
ville; Neal Howard, Jr., Woodberry
Forest, Vs.; George Robert Smith, Jr.,
P. J. O, Maxton; Milton Williamson,
Wake Forest; Edward Bookman
Harold Rouse, 0. I? M- I.; Bill _
berry, Tommy Lang* Mil Pollard,
Marvin Horton, BUI Monk. Rlbert
Moye and U B. Johnson, CariUaa;
Donald Walston, Jack Paylor, Harry
Davis, Douglas Kemp, Alton Thomas,
Lowell LUea and Bill Cprr, State,
Raleigh; Dan Morgan mad CI
Parker, Darlington, Roma, Ga.
MEMBER OF CHRISTMAS
The senior class of St Mary's Jun
ior College presented the earn
Christmas pageant "Peace on Earth,"
Sunday afternoon in the collage
chapel with Kim Florence C. Davis
and Russell B rough ton directing.
Miss Mary Lsgfc Thome, daughter
of Mm. John T. Thome, was one of
the wis* men.
the North Caroline
gates enjoyed a gay evening in Holly
wood prfth ? dinner party at
famous Eaxi Carroll Theater-Res
rant. Mr. and Ma. Kay Kyeer, of
Hollywood, wea guests of honor.
Also in the convention party and at
Earl Carroll's wea Fred C.
?, Miss Adelaide,,
add many others frotn
ley Community Youth
splendid program was given by
Loans Andrews after which g wor
ship servioe was held.
~ Names for the Christmas party oa
December 28 wea dawn. Recrea
tion was dlaectsd by Miss Ly<Ma
TugweU and enjoyed by the 32 pres
A joint meeting with the Wals*uo
burg Fellowship is planned for De
cember 29. Jibe first n^etjng of^e
year will Be at the home <
Lydia Tugwell on January 5.
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The only sua way to jja within
i your to09me is to ksep adding to it.
THE SEASON'S BEST
TO YOU ON THIS; * JO.o3.
Our Heartiest Wishes For
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ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY
Farmville, N. Carolina
AMEBIC AN PALMIST, LIFE READER, ADVISOR!
SPECIAL READING DAILY AND SUNDAY
LOCATED IN PULLMAN TRAILER
Without any question thin remarkably gifted woman reveals
your entire life, from infancy to old age, giving names, dates,
facts and figures and guides you to sneeess, health and happi
settias lovers' quarrels, qgsbles you to win the esteem
and affection ol anyone yon lore, .causes epeeay ana nappy marriages,
telle eon if the one you love is true, restores lost affection, peace and
confidence to lovers and discordant families, gives yea the full secret of
how to control the thoughts and actions of any one you desire, fltet
appearance near the dty. If your business is unsuccessful, if your health
is not good, if you ars tn trouble of any kind you should see this TRULY
good, If you i
waiting rooms for white and _
You're seen the rest?now coaw and see the beet and he convinced. She
does whet ethers capiat te do. She is
She's the one yonvTWn hsasing ae i
Just Out of City Limits of Snow Hill oo the ParmvOk Highway!
MADAM NKLSOhPS SIGN
DAILY AND SUNDAY ? FROM 9:00 A. M. TO 19:00 P. M.
shopping comparable to that of
Our Store will be closed tor
ALL-AMERICAN RED HEADS
^ players am: Love, GcGee, Hatcher, Walker, Haines,
Daniels and Winter.
The Blade Phoebe wu the topic
given by Tommy Little at the Bird
.Club, Saturday morning. Seven and
three-fourths todies to length, Its
upper parte an sooty blade and the
under sides an'the- same color
^ conddend by ottor WrdS iiC
one of the finest fly catchers. Its
dejnunness makes it almost staid
Comforts to the Black Phoebe an
i matter df indifference. Today you
may meet one of the species in town
and see its nest under the eaves of a
kitchen. Tomorrow you may find its
brother living Just as contentedly in
a lonely canyon.
^Ninety-nine and on?-hnlf per eont
of its' food consists of animal matter
?useful booties amounting to about
three percent, other booties of a
harmful species, to ton and one-half.
Flies form the largest item of food
with other types of flies, moths and
^nd-caterpillars completing the menu.
W? bird is always welcomed and
should be protected.
Albert Monk and Gordon Lee were
welcomed as new members.
NOTE OP APPRECIATION
We wish to express oar heartfelt
appreciation to friends In Farmville
and community, for their sympathy
extended, and many acts of kindness
shown us during the illness and death
of oar beloved husband and father.
. Knu C. B. Mashburn, Sr.,
One sore way to make a lifelong
enemy is to call the gay's bluff.
X04 W. 5A SL-At Flee Potato
GreensHJe, N, C,
NICK LOT OF
SKAT COVERS ? Cto fit moet
can. WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
FOR SALE?BABY'S NEW BATH
ENETTE. StiO in crate. Intended
as . gift to baby who had one ?i-|
ready. Write 202, care Enterprise,
FamVOta 'N-.C ? '
COME IN AND SEE OUR LINE of
Baby Strollers, Play Pew, Car
riagee, Chairs, Recking
Bittiinritai, Bed end
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
i. i. .1 .. ii . .fltsrat... i'
FOR SALB?? ONE WARM MORN
ING Type Coal-Store ? Perfect
eehditioa. Ala* One Stoe 42 New
TopCoat.? RolHW' Cleaners ft
FLOORS SANDED and REFINISH
BRADT, Phone MH FarmriUe,
FOR SALE?New Oil Burning Heat
er, media* stoe?See J. E. Garris,
at Farmrille Blacksmith Shop.
RADIO BATTERIES ?We hare a
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
SOCIATE STORE. I
WANTED: INSURANCE SOLICI
TOR AND COLLECTOR with ear
for the town of Farmrille. Start
ing salary, 12,000 a year. Write tor
IHIvi rWWi OOm W? rr EMKIII^lwIc W?
BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
to lOsOO, and hear about all the Mm,
they ma* he
j A C Q I) i N S
Tt* bride is
Phonao Kflgore, of
batchelor of arta
Peabody College in
Mr. Can- is the
F. Carr, Sr., and the lata Mr. Chunr of
Greenville. He was giadaalsd from
the East Carolina Teachers College,
Greenville, and received his
degree from George Peabody
in Nashville, Team. He is
sistant Dean of men and director of
residences at the Thliaha??? Brandt
of the University of Florida.
Dee to the recent bereavement in
thebride-groom's family, the wed
ding, which was originally
to occur in Birminghom, Aha,
solemnised in Greenville.
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AND PM JUST
ABOUT RUN RAGGED!
It seems that everyone put the
emphasis on comfort and lux
urious styling! They all want
chairs .... rich deep down
comfort, resilient coil springs
and puffy padding that lets fell
the family know that here is
full, roomy satisfaction! Below
are just a few of the priceless
pieces in our large collection.
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Luxuriously MAatofH >(a Mnimt
coil springs. Fringed bottom, inm,
? sweltW Yooll find it priced *t. .
Distinguished styling with
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