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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, January 31, 1947, Page 4, Image 4

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, vtji ill vmrti C oaoW TftfldWnVS 1 RIGHT TO THE. POINT! ? Reduction ] > acquire Homea. WbST; pay-off by a schedule of monthly payments fitted to in dividual budgets! Eliminates renewals and all neeessary "extras"! Result* ia sarmgs that'benefit the Home Owner directly! V-sia; 320 EVAfcfc STREET 32*4 A. C. TADLOCK. PHONE 302-1* ??-if C. 55 fazTiSZX sr ~tt.l '-..ISP* Ik&m InjBfcHfch# Mrs,:?., !WW -Wf 4M#htor. ?oris, were week end g of rela styof the Christian Church met in the home of Mrs. Tryphenm M^eel, Thursday night. Mrs. J. C. Gardner, h% BIRTHDAY DINNER I niagat, their homa. honoring their daughter, Ola Grace, on her seven teenth birthday. Guests, young friends of the hon oree, included Misses Ann jflcks, Jean Redick, Doris Wheeler, J( Peggy Reasons, MgtfStret Fields and An over-sealous desire to please can be obnoxious. ? Experience has taught^ ifiMiaiiiaMHil'' i Sfaw ' thai* ttiia 1 ,ri__ graduated from State College and f given the part six yean to eoun agent ZST in hi. namesake county. In the rebellion and ferment that came in the wake of batlttub gin, and golfW. S. Steele was to save his Sandy Ridge tart an appalling set of un lortunace circumstances. He recalled for us, in the middle of oar visit with him, how bank ftil ures cost him "a few thousand dol in 1982, hi. bain burn -ell of Steele', wheat, h?y, and workrtock. Through this trial, he bad the coinage to tell nai^ "Yea, people talk about a depres sion, but it want so bad!" Other people?like midwest farm er. who blockaded highways with spiked poles and dumped milk in roadside ditches?seemed to think it was pretty tough. ? v ' But them were men like Steele who, as Kipling put it, "watched the thing, they gave their life to, brok en, and stooped to build 'em up with worn out tools." ' With the "wifl to hold on" and "starting again at hi. beginning," Steele adtod borrowed money'te 9900 he collected to insurance on his barn, and began immediately to rebuild, buy workstock, Today, Steele's concert, founded on success that come, planning. On his ha manage, to plant i and legume., aa well as hi. tobacco. Hi. farm buildings, his home, and ? is in to sor tdnk it can be statement: little money." ????????PI : SHIRTSLEEVE , IS . sometime, Wednesday night, being swept away by a cold breese, doubt less a forerunner of the Winter we er hanging over Central Canada and expected to reach here during day when people [their shirtsleeves. mn grease ahould be removed from plat forms, pedals, foot** rests, or steps if safe footing la to be assured during operation. An alarming number of accidents occur each year fromdWtoe-made labor-saving equipment, Prof, Weav er sayS,",Sflrisi?g that Special care be taken in checking such equipment. ? ? . 'i i ? . i i. ? i Arc Helpful a Farmer Finds W*p|i i ., ? ?i.iiiv. #4 If you're a farmer, and you think record-keeping is not worthwhile, this- story About Vernon Sigmon, a farmer of the Monogram section of CAtwhn County should interest you. According to Earie BrintnaH, farm agent for the State College Extension service, oigmon naa to Keep lami records because he was a Test Dem onstration Farmer with the see Valley Association. He wouldn't ha without these records sow, he says. > When Brintnall asked Sigmon re cently if he ever refuted to hie rec ords after he kept them, the Catawba .farmer replied: ' ?; "Yes indeed! Ihank# to these -rec ords I know Just what I did on certain field during Shy yew." Thus, he says, records help him to determine which fields he wants to plant to certain crops, which fields he should Ume, what fertilizer to in short, these farm records help him to determine Just what he should do each year to maintain his crop pro duction and to conserve the fertility of his land. hg"* I've been in 1 its of notable places but for complete luxury I prefer if Q. Cm / ?<tff cAoom fAt bram*k of mmrpimm I Q, U U?r* mm, W*tl~n rnnnlitt in 'mtMgr+t A. Yaa^ far a S-year term vtthii??0 day. ^ fa fan any ?**?? a?ay / {? Ta#,tf waheldoftattM _ L_ and were discharged on or aftfr May 12,1846, yoa eaa laanUst fa a grade depending on th? langth of tfana you hid the daaired .y . . ???" fa?ijai??ia>att*4ia> fcmfa?*?Va>iiMap( ?*? aahaafcr fu*? Unf* ??*? Mum a?afaa O#." "W.rfW. ?i ,M ^ "faaaJli1 ^ r?^wI 1 ^siZw^n-. BHsam ouiao* n ran imbih mii mumum. . ,'?? PFfPT rPTIMC APPIPE , - :l ? ? lMX;lll;trlllU Wttod NEW CITY HALL BUILDING Greenville, North Carolina receive I a year.

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