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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, February 07, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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OUR CAPITOL?ONE OF Cepitol! we picture the Capitol ef the la late entrance? Or to the tall, stal wart statute of George Washington, the father of on a lovely by the inn fence? Over on the north skie the driveway and the plot of azaleas, which add a cheery part of the year, would be Along with all these other things of beauty, would go the stately trees, which squirrel* enjoy frisking up and down so much. Nor would there be modi room left for the mothers and children and paeaeibys who coma to feed the squir rels and pigeons, or just to rest and enjoy the beauty of the Square. The Doric architecture is recognis ed by experts as a splendid of that particular Grecian period; it is so outstanding that the moat casual visitor to the Capitol goes away with his sense of beauty enriched. In Texas, so we are told, the legislature at one time voted to have their Capi tol painted. When the next legisla ture convened the painting was in complete and this body decided not to spend any more money for the proj ect. The Texans realized when the job was incomplete how utterly fool ish titey were to have allowed a high pressure salesman to talk them into such a thing. If the wings were added to our Capitol (and we hope they will not be) later on we Tar Heels would reach the same conclusion as the Tex ans did Our forefathers handed tMs structure down to na through the yean untouched, and we should hand it on to our children the same way. Aa for instslttqgs esculators or elevators, if the legislators are too lazy to walk up the steps, they shouldn't be representing us. One lady pointed out that children would find esculators a great source of amusement, because they would be the only ones in Raleigh. If there is a need for more office space and spending of some of the accumulated revenue, why net erect a new building on Edenton street, facing the square? -fi Only a few buildings are surround ed by anch weH kept and beautifully proportioned grounds. Long may the. Capitol and its grounds stay aa they are! ? &?* '' I . . . experience that general all pervading sensation of getting up to be hanged which I have usually found The Holly Tree. A dew skit explaining what foods | ar* mM to civ* til* * in write*. ? lift members. The character* were ti?? P^ient, *1*. Johnnie Little, Jr.; the doctor, Mr*. Roy Jones; the none, Mrs. Uowari Garris; the garden lead er, Mr*. Bert Little and the ?Cent, Kit tt^foN,^ I With Mis* UUin Bine* _ * recreational period featuringgamps, ?one* and The Virginia Reel wa* en joyed by aH. | ^.Iv jfflg. 4, : ??: ?*'> v ' u ., ? ^ Chairman Announces I 1947 Poqlfa7 Contest I - State and regional prizes will be awarded to winners of this yeart Chicken of Tomorrow" Contest which will be climaxed with a dieeeed pool try show the week of Jane 16-21, it was announced tide week by C. J. Maopfa, etate chairman, and poultry ?fredalist for the State CoUege Ex tension Service. Outatandinc entries from eaeh of the twelve states grouped in the southeast section will compete in a rational dressed bird show to be bald in Georgia, June 28-26, Maopin said. This region includes Tennessee, West j Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Dela ware, Maryland, Sooth Chrolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Mississip pi, and North Carolina. , There is still plenty if time, Maopin said, "for any breeder, hateh eryman, or flock owner interested in improving meat quality to enter this contest and become eligible for both ?tote and regional prises." Contest rules esll for a minimum of fifty ehicks hatched from March 24 to 28, 1847, he added. Entity blanks and other details can be secured from the state chairman, of State College, Raleigh. JB T I A New York lady of oir" ance, tired of the urban ... bought a boose on the proper street fa s spiall aristocratic Eastern Shore Maryland team. . '????' 1.-' ? Eua JASB'JIN'S SDCK 8 BOURBON tm ?'iflKia "too* . :?'??' ; '': ' v - ? J ? ? moi ? 5:00 *. Bi. ??r FANCY SBStelj-. Aaln St. - 3? tttrntville. Jf. C. m Dial 418-6 MUSIC TO SOOTHE YOU ! MUSIC TO EXCITE YOU! J And MUSIC TO REMINISCE'WITH ! 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Ub ? v Writ ipilL.tWl i ii ul/ic i ?guarantee complete satisfaction on every job we do?br your money will be re funded. We guarantee our prices to be right. No Job Is Too Large?None Too Small! fW^tW i? s./- "'?' -V;^a ?-" '?? ? PHONE UM FARMVILLE, N. C. ADDED... LATEST ?'? NEWS tm-w r vn^rnno ? EVJfirrTa 1 PLUS . . . MARCH OF

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