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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, December 20, 1946, Christmas Edition, Page 8, Image 8

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ston Baptist the Rev. J.' D. A. Aut^.afLa ftrow had charge at tha graveside. Dr. Caw Or. Carr, tha aaa of jfea lata Rich ard R. and Virginia Speight Carr, of Greene county aad FarmyiIJe, born September 28, 180C. Surviving am hia wife, Mrs. Rouse Carr and daughter, Battle Lee, of La Grange, and a adatar, Mra. James a Schmus, of Portsmouth, Va. Dr. Carr was educated at tha Uni versity of Worth ChraHna and Medical College of Virginia, at Rich mond. He did his interns work at Memorial Hospital in Richmond and practiced medicine a year in Farm ville before World War I, which ha Barred tor two years Nary. After the armistice in 1918, he opened office# for yaactic^in La Grange. He had bean a member of the ataff of the Memorial General Hospital. Kinston, since its founding in 1920. He was a member of the American Medical Association; the State Medi cal Society, the Seaboard Medical As sociation and the Lenoir County Med ical Society. He served the latter as president some few years ago aad was active also as a past commander of the La Grange Anauiean Legion Post Relatives and friends attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. CSwlton Carr, Miss Hattie Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chrr, Mr. and Mrs. Flare Dar den, Miss Tabitha DeVieconti, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron C. Turnage, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Lang, Mr. and Mm. R. A. Joyner, James Out and W. J. Ras berry. Deaths and Funerals Wilbur Lee Skiimer, 26, died at Dixie Hospital, Hampton, Va., Mon day. Funeral services were conduct ed from the Farmville Funeral Home, Wednesday afternoon, at 3:00 o'clock, by the Rev. Z. B. T. Cox, pastor of the Christian Church. Internment was made in the Wilkerson cemetery near Farmville. Mr. Skinner is a native of the Farmville community and a veteran of World War II. Surviving are a daughter, Jo Anne, his father, Boy Skinner. of Hampton, Va., and a sister, Mrs^Mark Glenn, of Snow HilL > Mia. Blea Pittard Wattes, 64, wife of George T. Welton, of Marlboro, died at bar home Monday evenir after a long illness, the pastor of Hawkins Msthodist Chapel, war Hali fax, from which she was buried, of ficiated in the final rites, at 11:00 o'clock Wednesday morning. Inter ment was made in the Corinth Meth odist Church cemetery near Emporia, Va, at IKK) o'clock. Mrs. Welton was the daughter of the late Jeeee Pittard and Mrs. Tabi tha Jenkins Pittard. She M aurvivied by two daughters, Miss Lois, of the home, and Mrs. Jamas Joyner, of Newport News, Vs.; two sons, George and Woodrow, of Farmville; a sister, Mia. Frank W: King, of Littleton. 14 months old '. and Mis. B. a Phil to a brief illness, home of her a M ZM ?ys to you, "Good job# ??! tuud to find*'?DON T YOU BELIEVE IT-if you're * physically and mentally fit young man from 18 to 34 inclusive! In your new Regular Army, 40,000 l are opening up... interesting jebe that offer advancement, career opportunities and training and experience in many useful Skills and trades. 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TYPE uOOij cc,i> DIATE DELIVERY ? ? {" : m n&A. f : Get Yours NOW and Be SURE of Keeping f oi !)<?'.> yVyirUi ki"~ %? . Warm During the Cold Winter Months. v . f. MHStiWl?>-rfT I ? ? SEE or CALL ? .v I tiMM (\v,m saw# *?c . , * A, Bfefi Yi*? -C UGfflNG THE WAY ChW^ lii Homes hereabouts, is'the knowledge has been made more secure, by the helpful have provided. That Home Loans > contributed to greater ChristmaajB of Home Kd . the entire | Hie council, assembled near Con stantinople, and presided over by the the Nicene Creed?and msrfa the SMK*-* 1 To tort your Christmas spirit and SWc-fc-iSrirtBl of thus to order to pass. J Xrt2E?t "n* Nlght Bef0W ft What story contains the follow^ ^ SptteJSJtei 4. Who wrote "White Christmas"?? 5. In what country was mistletoe first worn around the neck to , prevent sickness, 0. What does the Saxon word "hael" or "be in health" mean to eon [ nection with a Christinas custom ? An old Christmas superstition starts "A warm Christmas I ..." How does it sad?? 8. What plant, a thorny one, tradi tionally blooms only at Christ mas time? J s -: 8. Until her death what song did Mute. Schumann-Heink always ring on Christmas Ere? 10. What'is the literal meaning of "Christmas" ? 11. Where are the remains of Good St. Nicholas of Myra buried? - Answers , 1." Dr. Clement C. Moore. 2. Dickon's "A Christmas Carol." 3. In Indian ocean, southwest of Java. 4. Irving Berlin. 8. Sweeden. . ; 6. Wassail bowl. 7. A cold Easter. -8. Christinas cactus. 9. "Silent Night" 10. Mass of Christ. 11. The remains were stolen to 1087 by merchants and re-interred at y*ri- ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS . Having qualified as Administratrix of the Estate of Elbert Moye, late of Pitt County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the Estate <tf the deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Farmville, North Carolina, on or be fore the 26th day of November, 1947, or this notice will be pleaded to bar of their recovery. All persons in debted to the said Estate will please make immediate settlement. This the 20th day of November, 1940. TURETHA MOYE, Admrx. of the Estate of Elbert Move. John B. Lewis, Atty. -<N-2 (N-29-6t) EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the estate of jjfeDorcis Williams, deceased, late of Pitt County, North Carolina, this is to notify all per sons havmg claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at Farmville, North 11 Carolina, on or before the 13th day December 1947, or this notice will be pleaded m bar of their re covery. All persons indebted to said ertate^wiil please make immediate This the 7th day of December, 1940. JOHN HILL PAYLOR, Executor of the estate of Mrs. (D-lWrt.) Wm? NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Admtoirtratrix rrfT ft KIIH PsfSl Make His or Her Future Christmases Secure mt tii HOME SECURITY EDUCATIONAL INSURANCE! ?: W< ;U i%: ' ???-, v. Wishing each and every one MERRY CHRISTMAS I and t ? 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