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ST. VALENTINE'S DAY
Today, the Maiwuwy of St. Val
entine, a saint of the Romans, is bo
ins celebrated. Be was martyred in
30? A. D. and through accident the
custom of sending love missives was
associated with his birthday.
On the em of Valentine's Day both
the name of one of the opposite sex
by lot and the lady thus drawn be
came the gentleman's valentine and
vice versa, with the gentleman re
maining in the service of the lady for
a year. '
"A similar custom prevailed in
Roman Luperealia, to which tAe mod
ern custom, with some probability,
has been traced." v
Comic or sentimental valentines
are sent either anonymously or with
signatures on this day. Cupid with
his how and arrow is a popular sym
bol of many of the missives.
LANG'S 4-H CLUB
The Lang's 4-H Club held its regu
lar monthly meeting at the -Bed Oak
Community Building, Tuesday night
at 7:80 o'clock. Miss Hazel Garris
presided. Each member answered the
ryll call by giving the- name of a
After the business session, the boys
and girls separated. Idas Lillian
Hines discussed the national 4-H
uniform for girls, which consists of a
two-piece tailored drees, shorts of
green and white striped- seersucker,
a white broadcloth blouse and a white
notched beanie. Bill PrufleS, assit
ant comity agent, spoke to the boys
about different projects.
V. F. W. Farm
N<^ Port Here
The following communication has
been sent to eligible veterans
ly in connection wjth Hie institution
of a new poet of the Veterans of For
eign Wars formed here:
"A new post of the Veterans at
Foreign Wars (V. F. W.) has been
formed in Farmville and will be in- ;
stituted at 8:00 p. m. in the City Hall,
in Farmville, N. C., Friday, February
"All veterans with
in any war, having been awarded
campaign medals, are eligible. You
are urged to attend this meeting and \
bring other interested veterans with
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NANunin state Agent.
1 To achieve a smooth consist?. __
some dishes made with milk, adding,
the ingredients in the right order is
an important detail. If added at the
wrong time it can cause separation
or curdling, cookery scientists of the
U. 8. Department of Agriculture ad
When milk is -to be combined with
The distribution cost may exceed
coat of production, and the con
tainer may coat more than what's in
M, but it%
r HOW TO COLLECT SOIL SAMKfS FROM A FIVE-ACRE FIELD ! ^
^^/AKSpugh 19,500 soil samples ware analysed by the Soil Testing Division of the N. C
of Agriculture daring IMC, many farmers still do not know the proper procedure. t
l Of Agriculture daring in?k many itrann lun,
obtaining samples, says Dr. L E. Miles, who is te charge of this work.
.The M stations shown here represent arose where aboet one taWespoonfal of ssO fkestf W
.taken for each area. These samples should be collected from the tap five inches of ground and p"t
rlntoeae container and labeled "tepssiL" ^ \ 2
rA subsoil sample should he' taken at three or fouTiplaces^ at a depth of 121C inches a
pat into a container and labeled "subsoiL-This sabsoU ?ald be taken at stations wsiwl
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BUTTER BEANS ^
Cooked Dry ? No* 2 can, 3 for
BLACK EYE PEAS : ; I
Elm Fresh ? No. 2 cob, 2 for
CUT BEETS " ^5f
Cooked ? No. 21 cob, 2. for
Pjbo Apple Cider, quart
Skinners Elbow Cut, 7 oe. box, 2 for
Actumn Brand, Nfc 2
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Royal Scarlet or Monarch ; 19*
1 pound Glass
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Chuck-Steak or Roast, lb. -45c
Beef Stew, lb. 20c
Fresh Ground Beef, lb :32c
BOILED HAM, sliced, lb. ..92c
SIRLOIN STEAK, lb... 69c
? GRADE A LAMB CHOPS ?
Rib 69c?Loin 79c?Shoulder 65c
or Zesta Crackers 1 lb. Box 23c
tp'a Chicken Noodle Soup 3
ito Soup 3 10-oz cans - 32c II
JUST RECEIVED - Big Outer of
VIGORO, Pruning Shear.
Sheen. ? Weat.ru Anto
Store, F.rmville, N. C. I
DESPERATELY NEED HOUSE or
tliroo room epertment lrith kitchen
C. E. Modlin. (F-7-?e)
RADIO BATTERIES?We hare a
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
SOCIATE STORE. m
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FOB A COMPLETE LINE of Furui
? two Enamel., Varnishes A Point*,
Can Ua?Wa hare itin stock.
THE GARNER FURNITURE CO.
CARPENTERS A MASONS WANT-,
ED. Plenty Work-Top Pa,. |
; FARMVILLE BLDQ. SUPPLY,'
NOTICE: FOB CEMENT BLOCK
laying or hnikUng, can furnish .H
kinds of matorisL Coll Jamas A.
Harrington, Builder, at GreenriDe
Hotel, Greenville, after ? o'clock.
A Big Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
al Guaraatoo far It months. Got
Oar Prices before you hay. Liberal
allowance for your old tires.
WESTERN AUTO A8SO. STORE
FLOOR SANDING and FINISHING;
ones; old floors made like new. AllJ|
work guaranteed. Phone Oil,
> Greenville. BEN SMITH.
RECEIVED NICE LOT OF
SEAT COVERS ? Can fit
cars. WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
"MALE HELP WANTEir ? Man
willing to wotk 7 hours daily five
days per week, can average $M.0t
1 weekly en established local route.
Write Dept. SS, The J. R. Watkine
Co, Richmond, Vs. <ttp.)
CALL US FOR SERVICE en TOUR
Radio, Refrigerator, Electric Range,
F Keroaene -Rfcege, Oil Heetcc Iran,
jjwtn, Vacuum Cleaner, etc. Wej
service ?ny make. Our Price# Are
Lew?Our work is guaranteed.
THE GARNER FURNITURE CO.
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% middle-aged man cant help wish
ing he'd married s good
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We have a Gibson Valentine for every degree of affec
tion. When you send these quality Gibson Valentines, your
friends will know-you chose the finest.
MRS. J. M. CARRAWAY, Mmi?r
108 North Main Street... Phone 478-7 ... Farmville, N. C.
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It isn't spring until you strut forth in /oar
Chesterfield! Many variations of the thorn and
?any, many colors from which to choose.
Sizes 9 - 15 and 12 - 20
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