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LIVING MEMORIALS TO BE
PLANTED DOGWOOD WEEK
To memorialise the boys who at
tended Farmvilie High School and
who gave their Kvee for their coun
try in the late war, the ftumville
Garden Club will set Dogwood trees,
Friday, January SI. Hw second an
nual "Dogwood Week" in Carolina
begins Sunday and extends through
Saturday, February 1.
The following is a partial list of
the boys who will be memorialised:
John R. Bahbee, Hereby. Burnette,
"Dick" Hobgood, Don Lovelace, Paul
Parker, Thomas Herman Bouse, Jr,
and John Aaron Tyeon. If readers
know of others, they are asked to
contact the Enterprise office.
By planting Dogwoods in our yards,
home grounds, school yards, church
grounds, cemeteries, parks, play
grounds, clubhouse lawns, country
lanes and near highways, we will be
adding beauty and further spreading
out State Flower.
Trees may be purchased from farm
ers (and by that we mean hot "raid
ing the other fellow's woodland") or
The dormant stage of the Dogwood
is in the winter. These trees are acid
soil plants and have fibrous roots
which grow near the surface and dry
out quickly. Watering and mulching
are necessary the. first year. "Older
trees, if they are not blooming free
ly, may need a liberal sprinkling of
cotton seed meal under the tree along
"God's gift to Southern forests" is
the title Clarence Poe, Progressive
Fanner editor, has given Dogwoods.
This native of our state adds so much
charm and beauty wherever it is
Every citizen can do his part in
making Carolina the Dogwood state.
Let's plant Dogwoods, January 26
through February 1!
Tax reduction is s pleasant pros
pect for taxpayers but it means more
Hie host asset that Farm vi lie has
is its people and the bast asset the
people have ik their children.
J. a Gibbs, Monday
John D. Dixon, box work chair
showed a note from a small boy
Fat Thompson orphanage thanking the
for the Christmas gift of
Mrs. G. A. Rooae nod a letter
"CARE" expressing apprecia
tion for the money seat to bo need
for relief packages to Norway and
gave a report of the year's work. The
members agreed to pack a box of
clothing for needy Negro families of
Mrs. R. C Copenhaver completed
the study of the book, "India on the
Threshold t" her talk was divided into
three topics: 1. ministry of health
and/healing, 2. united thought and
action through the Christian councils,
3. the significance of the people of
A prayer concluded the meeting.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship of
the Weeley community met Sunday at
the Weeley Sunday School, which wOl
be its regular meeting place in the
A splendid play waa given under the
direction of Miss Lorene Andrews,
program ehainnan. The character
parts were played by Miseee Sally
and Addie Tyson, Mrs. Mark Mosingo
and Jimmy Jones.
In the business session, the group
decided to assume payment of the
light bill for the Sunday School. An
installation service with Rev. Key W.
Taylor in charge was announced and
will be held in February. All parents
are invited to attend this service.
After adjournment, games were |
Circle 5 of the Methodist Woman's
Society of Christian Service held its
first official meeting of the year,
Mrs. J. Irvin Morgan, Jr., newly
appointed chairman, opened the pro
gram with a hymn, "Onward Chris
tian Soldiers," sung in unison, and
read verses from tl? fifth chapter of
Matthew. "But The Work Goes On,"
written by Louise Robinson for the
magaxhie, The Methodist Woman', was
reviewer by Mrs. Morgan, who brought
out the great opportunity for mis
sionary service today and the urgent
need for rehabilitation funds for such
projects as rebuilding of mission
schools, churches, etc., which were de
stroyed by the war, and to aid this |
cause Methodist women are asked to!
increase contributions by a penny a]
Thu circle.has chosen for its study
this year, "Famous Women of the
MB Imbm of ?
chairman, Mm. T. EU
teway ia chairman of 1
mittee. Meetings are scheduled for
the Monday after third Sunday.
W. Ml I Baaa..ri
"God Is Everywhere" was used by
Ann Pollard as her devotional at ti
Presbyterian Juniors, Thursday after
noon. On read Genesis 28:10-16, $ld
a story about this reference and do
ad the worship period with a poem,
Mrs. J. M. Stanstll conducted a
Bible quiz and members related their
goods deeds, after which a chain of
prayer closed the meeting.
Ana, who was hqpteaa, served cook
ies, nuts and-jke cream.
noon and served fruit
mid candy. A singing contest was
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tving qualified as Administrator
of the Estate of James Harris, late of
Pitt County, North Carolina, this is
f ?* i having claims
fab deceased to
Farmville, North Carolina, on or
fore the 10th day of Deeember,lM7,
?tt Will be ??
or this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to the said Estate will please
This the 10th day of December,
0. LANG, Jr., Admr., of
NOTICE TO CREDITORS -
Having qualified as Executor of
the Estate of P. M. Davis, Jr., de
. of Pitt County, North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
claims against the
to the undersigned at
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