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Dr. W. A- Marlowe to able to bp <**t
in in" af>m a recent illneae. '
Mtoe Rayonelle Bailey of B. C. T.
C., Groanviile, 4g??t the wade end
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School welcome1 to <
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doing her practice
Among those attending the Crusade
D. D. Flelde, Mi* LU
(Maee Margaret Etofcto,
; Myrtle Griffin, Evelyn
Gardner, Christine Corr
pod Aim* Grey Beaman and
The Christian Endeavor of the
Two xuesta, Mm Bobbe and Mr.
Jtoon, wa? extended a cordial wel
come. ' ... M
The hoet, aided by Evelyn Mann
and Grace Gardner, then *rmd a de
February with Jut JUtwtlL
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Improved through research by
gineera of U* Bureau of Plant I*-,
dustry, Soils, and Agricultural Bn
gineeiiiut. prefabricated min Hob
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provide il|hictical means of
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At the Bird Cluu, Saturday moral*
Marion Coifeett r
of the Kingbird
?8 inches .-. .Coloring ?
parts, black and. gray; under
parts, white; crown and aides of head,
except cheeks, Made . . . Tail-square
or slightly rounded . . . The crown
has a largo concealed patch of orange)
.?-be wast is frequently ui an orchard
and made of twigs^waed stalks, grass;
roots, particlaa of wool and down,
well sjamMped. Lned with feathers,
horse hair, Una rootlets and wool, it
contain* three' or four white to pals
.ffek.eggp which have spots of amber
and chestnuts _ - .
Kingbirds are industrious and skill
ful flycatchers with 86% of the food
consisting of insects, which an most
ly harmful. They often afford pro
tection to nearby poultry yards and
yoong chickens at large. Perhaps no j
American bird, great or small, dis
plays mere eewfpge and persistant
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tural enemies, especially Hawks and
This bird actanltf alights on the
of the bigger birds and clings
to do nil the damage it c<
In this sense it 8l a veritable king
Glenn Jfemdr wat the new mem- I
ber last -weak instead of Glenn Har
ris as was Mated. *?
World .production of beet and cane
sugar for 1848-47 Is eaitmatsd at
thirty million short tons, raw value,
by the U. 8. Department of Agricul
ture. This is 12 percent mora than
the 1946-46 production.
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Dr. Kenneth L. Qnigging
10954 W. Fourth Street ? Greenville, N. C.
8:30 to 4:3<M?(W?d. UH Naoa) ?
? NO BUTTS ABOUT IT? ?
It hurts when you get hit in the pocket-book. So;
' you to save where you can. And, here's one way you 'can
?awe Iota; Get rid of that oid fwahinawrt mortgage on your
home. Refinancing modernly, through us; save auhetantial
ly; and benefit in other ways, besides !
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MWPtMimi WW UHHItliU
320 EVANS STREET GKEENVILLK, N. C.
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