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is running somewhat above that of
Women's beauty, like men's wit,
is generally fatal to the owners."?
"A man is aa good as ha has to bo,
and a woman aa bad a* she i
"Women are wiser than men be
cause they know lees and understand
Unprecedented Offer < .
To Certain Specialists
Civilians, who posssas certain
ikills used by the United Statee Army
Air Forces, may be enlisted in non
ommissioned officer gradsa, regard
ess of whether or not they have had
previous Military Service, according
jo a statement issued recently by
H/Sgt. Virgil B. Lindseyt command
ing Officer of the Greenville (Sub)
Station of the Army Recruiting Ser
vice located at the New City Hall
Sergeant Lindsey said that a new
C recti ve has reached his sub-station
;o the effect that individuals without
jrior Military or Naval Service, or
hose with pripr Military or Naval
Service but discharged prior to May
12, 194b, and who possess Job spec
altiea needed by the Army Air Foreee,
nay be enlisted in grades based upon
heir skill and experience in their
civilian jobs. Man in this category
nuat meet requirements for enlist
ment in the Army, and must enlist
'or a period of three years.
The Sergeant urges all men, who
ire specialists in Jobs comparing to
hose of the Air Forces, to contact
he loaal Army Recruiting Sub-Sta
ion at once for full information on
his unprecedented offer.
Mrs. Fuller Salter and lbs. Al
Hurphey celebrated their birthdays
vitK a dinner party, Thursday, March
>, at the home of Mrs. Salter.
Guests included Al Murphey, Mrs.
Jeorge Melton, Miss Sudie Lee Gar
is, Miss Dorothy Melton and Miss
MRS. EMMA K. OWENS
Mrs. Emma K. Owens, 76, wife of
3. W. Owens, died near Fountain
arty Saturday mondng following
leveral years of declining health,
funeral services woe held bom Ot
er's Creek Free Will Baptist Church,
>f which she had been a member for
nany years, on Sunday afternoon at
I o'clock, conducted by the Her. W.
* Hart, Free Will Baptist minister
>f Pikeville, and the Rev. P. C.
Viggs, Free Will Ba?|st minister of
)ld Sparta. Burial followed in'. the
f. Z. Everette and Mrs.
fountain and Mrs.
<f Tarboro; four sons, J. G. Owens of
Vaktonburg, D. G. Owens of ~
Hie, D. C. Owens of _____
R. L. Owens of the home; two
birthday fell on this day,
the cake, the girts sang 1
day to her. "
After singing the Brownie
games were flayed on toe
BIRD CLUB NOTES
?Behold the Birds of the Air' writ
ten by Rev. James Sprunt for toe
8 issue of toe .
was the article read by
Chandler Co* .at toe flsturd
ing of the Bird Club.
The writer of the article
that the title he used was the Mas
ter's suggestion. In tin Bible it is
interesting to note that there are 390
references to birds alone, not to :
tion other *"lm*
ego an article dealing with birds of
the Bible appearing in to
cap Forests" stated that
species of birds are ;
ly with 118 references to birds in
general. "You ca
your Bible with all understanding if
yon have no knowledge of the bird
about God loving the common people
be made so many of them,
men can readily thank this about bird
life because birds are second only to
insects in number.
Interest and companionship result
tron a person knowing birds,
grows older his friends and acquaint
ances diirnniniah. These tragic cir
cumstances face every person who
lives to be old, but if h?r knows and
haa made friends with birds, like
Francis of Assisi, these feathered
creatures will be with him to the end.
When Dan Crawford was a mission
ary to Africa, he wee sitting outdoors
one day looking across a lake and
wishing for his native Scotland; he
heard a Woodpecker tapping in a tree
nearby and "it seemed to him that
Scotland was only around the bend
.of the lake shore."
Knowing, birds is to love their hap
py, radiant tunes and lovely eolora.
BUT "SAVINGS BONDS" NOW I
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FARMVTLLE, N. C
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WEEK OF MARCH'8, 1947
With Johnny Mack Brown, ftfa hi*
, Rip-Roaringest Thriller!
Alao Chapter 8, "Crimean Ghost"
Piss ... 8 Stooge Comedy. -
SUNDAY A MONDAY
Starring Ray MIBand and Barbara
Also ... News and Color Cartoon.
Starring Dorothy ]
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Added . . . Color Cartoon.
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Alaka Oe 'i&ljgpfr ?
Blag Crocby ' slgy ,;d
mm Price 82c
Le*e Wafted la '
The OM LaayUfkter
' and Bow Morgan
Decca Record __ Price 82c
Tea For Two
Warn Kin And CoM Heart
Joe Mooney Quartet
Dacca Record ? Price Me
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The Preacher And The Beer
Where Dree It Got Yea In The
? phii Hpg|| , y i'iv
Victor lewd ? Price ttc
Let'e Pat Oar
1 Charlie Sd*."
Victor Receai Price Me
Texae aad Paddle
I Like 'Em Pat Ltte That '
Kyea Cryiaj la .The Rain
HI Trade AR My Toaiorrowa
* Elton Britt - ' / 1
Victor Record Price ?5e
COME IN AND LISTEN TO TOUK FAVORITES!
WE BAYE ALL TYPE NEEDLES, RECORD RACKS,
CASES, nl PLAYERS.
MRS. J. M. CARRAWAY,
479-7 ? North Main St ? Fannville, N. C.
Here b a letter from ? *?._
er about an experience he
had with natural soda on
his cotton. It is offered
here in the hope that you
will find his suggestion
helpful and profitable.
The Farmer's Forum
front Uncle Natchel's
Book of Exporionco
fl IT: ?"
**1 had enough Natural Chilean Nitrate last
year to sidedress about one-third pf ray cot
ton. Wehadavery dry August and the cotton
that wasn't sidedressed turned yellow'and
hnt a good many leaves. The sidedressed
cotton stayed green and the bolls were bigger.
It was die same effect I used to get with a
nitrate potash sidedressing. I suppose die
sodium in the Chilean Nitrate acted about
like potash does." ' f "||
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Boy' sad Girt-'
VANTED: CORN. $LMper
in shock or iMM. Prices
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She*is. ? Wsotera Auto /
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with Stock Trtauaing, "
tarn to fctorpriso office.
A Etc Ulyl of DAVIS TIRES
and they etffl carry
Oar Price# before yoa bay. IT
allowance for year old tiroo
WESTERN AUTO A880. 8TOEE.
UST RECEIVED NICE LOT OF
SEAT COVERS ? Can fit moot
I con. WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
LOOR SANDING and FINISHING;
treads and rises; IS years expest
?m; M floors asode like
Oreeorflto ? BEN SMITH. ,
mai.k HELP WANTED" ? Moo
willing to work 7 how# daily Are
dan per week, can average $50.00
weekly on established local roots.
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