North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
Death brings many problems to those who are left be-,
hind?many of them must be met mtf a moat difficult
period. From our experidtee, we have frond ways to help
by taking over many such tasks completing them in
accordance with instructions we receive ... It is part of
our service to you.
? - ' ? ? a.
* ? Day Phone
Mr. Edwards 405-6 Night Phones ? Mr. Joyner 898-1
MUSIC TO SOOTHE YOU I MUSIC TO EXCITE YOU !
And MUSIC TO REMINISCE WITH !
Beware My Heart
The Pleasure Is All Mine
Vaugh Monroe and Orch.
Victor Record ? Prieq 65a
All By Myself
You'll Know When It Happens
Victor Record ? Price 65c
When I'm Not Near The Girl I
How Are Things In Glocca Morra
Victor Record Price 66c
Open the Door, Richard
Me And "The Bines # ' -
Count Basie and His Orcfi.
Victor Record a Price 65c
Tex Beneke A The Miller Orch.
Victor Record Price 65c
You're Irish And You're Beautiful
Sonora Record ....... Price 65c
One o'Clock Jump
Count Basie and Orch.
Victor Record ... * Price 65c
I Cover The Waterfront
Johnny Grtcn and Orch.
Victor Record ..*: u.. Price 65c
?Tommy Domey Old Time Hits.
Victor Album Price 13.25
HYMNS OF ALL CHURCHES
General Mills Choir with solos
. by Bruqe Foote, Lillian Chook
sain, William Miller, Cantor B. ~
? Landsman and Louise Weber.
Shenherd Show Mo How Til Go
Beantifal Isle Of Somewhere
The Old Ragged ('roes <; jft
" -? ^3
In The Garden ***
Victor .AHmm .Prfee ?Ut
TOMMY DORSET All Time Hits
Old timeJHits with Frank Sina
tra, Jo Stafford and The Pied
Jerarae Kern Music
"A Fine Romance"
The King Cole Trio
oho Getp In Your Hyes"
"Look For The Silver Lining"
"Shfwdnt Say Yes"
The Pied Pipers
Hal Derwin .
"The Tench Of Yoor Hand"
"All The Things Yon Are" -
"The Way Yon Look To-night"
Capitol AAnm. Price 33.25
CC^ME IN AND LISTEN TO YOUBT* FAVORITES I
WE HAVE ALL .TYPE NEEDLES, RECORD RACKS,
CASES, ud PLAYERS.
Phone 479-7 ? North Main St ? Farmville, N. C.
THE TRHTH ABOUT CATHOLICS
IS THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
. Yob should know the REAL FACTS.
Write for free information to
4* BOX 351 ? WHITEVILLE, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Mr. and Mn. A. T. Gay, of
wat* dinner guests of Mr. and
W. Bailey, Sunday.
Miss Ruby-Burch spent the week
end in Eureka visiting Mrs. I. F.
Mr. and Mn. Jason Shirley visited
relatives near Wilson, Sunday.
Miss Juanita Redick, of Raleigh,
-spent 4he week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mn. W. V. Redick.
Wends will be glad to learn that
G. W. Bailey is much improved after
having been confined to his home
Mat Jason Shirley, Mrs., Melvin
Gay and Mn Charlie Letchworth
were Wilson visitors, Friday.
||n. Lee Jones and Mrs. Richard
HoHoman spent Friday afternoon in
Miss Basel McKeel, of the Mebane
School fkcalty, spent the week end
with her mother, Mrs. Tryohenia Me
'Miaa Frances Moore Dixon spent
the week end at Greensboro College,
visiting Miss Ramona Rouse.
Ihmt Jim Bundy, of Farradille,
visited Mrs. Jesse Gay, Wednesday
Mrs. C. T. Hicks and dtughterS;
Ann and Betty Sqe, were Goldsboro
Stewart McKeM, of A. C. College,
Wiiaon, spent the week 'end with his
mother, Mrs. Tryphenia McKeel.
W. V. Redick and Sam Craft made
a .business trip.to Raleigh, Monday.
Supt. B. L. DavieTof Snow Hill,
was in town for a while Wednesday
Mfealon Study Class
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service held Its Mlssioh Study Class
Wednesday afternoon, February 19,
-at the Methodist Church. The topic
was "India," and the leaders were
Mrs. Forbes and Mlbs Nannie Crow
de^ of Greenville. Around ?0 women
were piTsvnv* * ^ ^ - /
? "After the study, the local .society
served a delicious salad course with
cookies and, coffee.
Societies from tl^e other local
churches were invited. Out-of-town
.visitors included Mrs. .Will P. Moore
and Mrs. John G Woo ten, of Green
Ladies' Aid Sottety Meets
The Ladies' Aid Society of t)u
Howell Swamp Free Will Baptist
Church met withy Mrs. Grey Fields,
Saturday aftprnoon. Mrs. Richard
Holloman, the" president, presided
over the meeting. After the business
session the hostess served
and coffee to the folio1
W. B. Gay, Mrs. Earl Gay,
Cobb, Mrs. S. H. Walston, Mrs. E. L.
Jones, Mrs. Richard Hollomaff, Mrs.
John Craft, Sr.. .Mrs. John Craft,
.Mrs. Ellen Sawrey, Mr*. Archie* Stal
ling*, Mrs. Levi Humbles, Mss. Henry
WhecJer and H**- Frank Shirley.
Oman's Society of Christian Service
The Wpwp's Society of Christian
Service of the Methodist Church met
Ut the home of Mfs. I. J. Rouse, Wed
nesday afternoon, February. 12. The
bnniiiis|jn?ninn was presided over by
the president, Mrs. C. H. Walston.
Mrs. Fred Beaman had charge of the
program and the topic for the' after
noon was "The Christian Race.",^
Following the hufiness Yneeting and
program, the hostess served a salad
Ci*le #6. 2 of t^e Christian Mis
sionary Society met in the, home, of
rs. A- I praft on Thursday night,
rs. J. C. Gardner, Sr., the president,
palled the meeting bo order. Mrs. A.
J. Craft presented piss
ng the business seas
m&m m a
Yes, its your
xaf .:?! ?'
* % ??
Today?when America most urgently needs sound
Brs/uss to assist every phase of the economy, from
high production to hitfi purchasing powes, and from fall
enterprise to full employment?prices of new Chevrolet
passenger car models atert lowef and finish lower than
i-vjr,; Jy.. W
those of any other car in Chevrolet's price range! More
over, this newest Chevrolet creates the new high stand
ard of Big-Car beauty?Big-Car comfort?Big-Car
performance ?nd dependability??tIowe?tallroundc?t
the men and women of America are disc-owing that
vadue-Ieaderahip ride* with $herroi*t, which alone
offers BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST.
Wm,. v, '3 ;
B & W CHEVRO* VIP tsam
i-wAAf ! Ph/mA v_^
? Wilson Street _ r ??Phone 370-1 ?
F7N>L KITES HELD
FOT DAVID L. JONH0
David L. Jones, '73, died at Marl
joro, where he had livad for many
rears, late Sunday afternoon follow
ng a short illness. Funeral services
vera held from the home Monday at
I p. m., conducted by the Rev. L. B.
Manning, Free Will Baptist minister
>f Fountain, interment followed in
Surviving are his wife, tike former
Mary Tyson; one brother, Robert
rones of Farmville. and several half
rill) are ''&M
1 ftnaita Watch
. * ^ * ?
If a the