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And MUSIC TO REMINISCE WITH t
FOR THE CHILDREN
UNCLE DON'S PLAYLAND
35 Musical Stories Played and
Sung by Uncle Don.
So norm Album Price $2.95
UNCLE DON AT THE ZOO
In Jingle Tempo he tells the
kiddies all about the Appear
ance, Behavior and Habitat of
Sonora Aim Price $2.95
I Can't Believe It Was All Make
Victor Record ...^ Price 65c
Texas And Pacific
Bring Me Some Money, Honey
Victor Record Price 65c
It Might Have Been.A Different
Speaking Of Angels
Victor Record Price 65c
Borr and his Cont. orch.
Victor Record Price 65c
Decea Record Price 82c
I Want To Thank Your Folks
That's Where I Came In
Victor Record Price
ALBUMS TOU WILL ENJOY
RUDOLF FRIML MELODIES
A1 Goodman and hia orch. .
Indian Love Call
Giro Me One Hear . 1
Giannin* Mia -
Only A Reae
Song ef The Vagabonds
L'Amour, Tourjonrs, L'Mear
Victor Alb em Mm UJ5i
CONCERTOS FOR DANCING
Freddy Martin and his. orch.
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto
Grieg Piano Concerto
Night And Day
Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto
r Wanaw Concerto
Victor Albnm Price I&25
ALL TIME HITS, Tommy Dorsey
with Frank Sinatra. 'Jo Staf
ford and The Pied Pipers
On The Sonny Side Of The
Somewhdre A Voice la Calling
After You're Gone
Opaa No. 1
Victor Album Price *3.JK
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Phone 479-7 ? North Main St ? Farmviile, N. C.
Here ia a letter from * farmer "
about an experience he had
with natural soda on bis
corn. It is offered here in
the hope that yon will
find his suggestion helpful
| and profitable.
The Farmer's Forum
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from Uncle Natchel's
Book of Experience
"On a field of corn where I had a good stand,
I aidedressed it with 250 lbs. per acre of Chil
ean Nitrate when the corn was knee high. Just
to see what, would happen, I doubled the side
dressing on a few rows and on the next rows
left it off whogether. When we checked up on
the results, I found that the corn that had not
gotten any soda had bred above the ears; that
which got the 250 pounds showed a Utile fir
ing, while the corn that got douMe, had not
fiied at all. 1 used to think that firing was
caused bv dry weather but now I believe it
really is hunger for nitrate."
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BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAROLINA IN NEW TRAVELOGUE?Here an scenes from thelsevr
colorsound travelogue, "Meet North Carolina," which had its premiers February 6th at a special
showing in Raleigh for the Legislature and qpuncil of State. At top is the ImpSsmal scene from
THE LOST COLONY} center is Orton Mansion. At the bottom, the movie tosw is shown film
ing a tobacco auction sequence.
The film was produced by the N. C- Division of the Standard Oil. Company of New Jersey, in
cooperation with the N. C. Department of Conservation and Development "" ;,,V
- "Meet North Carolina" is not only a travelogue, but also deals briefly with the principal
agricultural and industrial activities of North Carolina. Scenes range from the Smokiek to the
Outer Banks, and the result is a kaleidoscopic panorama -of the State's meet scenic and interest
ing sights. " . .
The movie required six months of camera work by a brew of four. The cameramen traveled
over 6,000 miles in North Carolina in making the picture, and SO other persona were directly em
ployed in its production. ^
The new movie will be used by the State Advertising Division as an implement in the State's
campaign to attract the attention of the rest of the nation. A large number of jgtrta will he
mqde up and held available for bookings.
North Carolina's new movie, whieit} runs for thirty-one minutes, later will he made available ?. . ^
to schools and clubs for showing throughout the State.
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State College Hints U
To Farm Homemakers
g - By Verna SUnton
i Assistant State Agent
Wintertime is sewing time for many
families in cities, as well as on farms.
The workman-like home sewer, whose
machine whirls smoothly, keeps an
oil can handy and uses it after each
day's work or after, eight or ten
"a? household equip
ment specialists of the U. S. Depart
of Agriculture. I
v For oiling, use household machine
oil, the kind that is packaged by i
companies or manufacturers,
of sewing mac hi nee. Squirt a drop
in each oil hole and each bearing? (
that ia, wherever one surface rubs
another or turns against :
Donjj forget to oil any lit-j
_ of felt or ball of wool that,
oil to the shuttle raoe. If there
is no felt or wool, wipe a thin film of i
m i ... . i
oil on the race With a cloth on your|
never oil the tensions of.
oil is plenty for
chin# can be made to run easily and
sew perfectly. ?? gaits may nre
pairing in time, bat sewing machines'
hurt' two <fr three generations if
periodically oiled, cleaned sad ad
justed. Even a? misused machine
often can be put into good woridng
WITH THE CITf COUSIN
one patent follows t
ending effort to
span and shorten 1
hear a lot of talk
Hon of the farm.
we'll never hear the end
of arguing whe?ir^ the
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tion Bulletin on this
?ay. mad it
jn?n from State
time in the Coastal
checking up 'on tiyfa
"The process <
all *ot to
?s. * *7
WM is DaPont House Psint so brilliantly white? Becauseit's
whb titanium dioxide, the pigment that's even whiter than
snowl This point Mays white t >o, because-*
Da Poat House Pilot is so formulated that, as time gob by, a
fine white powder forms mo the surface. Heavy
rains wash this powder away, taking dusfmnd dirt with it, and
leaving the surface clean and white again. (Excessive accumula
tions of dirt, particularly in sooty industrial communities, or in
heavily shaded locations, may delay or interfere with this process.)
Because this "self-cleaning"' is gradual, the wearing qualities of
the paint film are not abnormally affected.
Forms a beautiful, durable coating that protects against rust, roc
and decay. Available in white and popular tintai When yon paint
?our house, use the paint that givea it both lasting beauty and
lasting protection. >
e) /W4 OtUu . . . c_ ap
Da Pont Self-Cleaning House Paint COM 00 more^ C.45
than other good paints. We cut recommend a re- ^Vr A,
liable painting contractor. * -
I*? Garner Furniture Do.
The Things With Which You Live"
West Wilson St
DU PONT PAINT SERVICE CENTER |
THE TIITH ABOOT CATHOLICS
IS THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
REALLY fcATHOUC ?
You should know the REAL FACTS.
Write for free information to
BOX 351 ? WHITEVUXE, N. C.
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tape and approving Mortgage applications
promptly have made us a host of friends. In saving time,
we save expense?- because time is money where a Mortgage
fc* Com? in for a talk with us.
?20 IVANS STREET
GREENVILLE, N. C.
? Phone 3224
A. C. TADJLOCK. Sec.