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THE KASTHt SKA SON
yet, it is a sad coMMrtuy that thia
the Holy Land em
h a war and dril strife
of the world is barred
lent limited to the Holy
ganised role a
Although the international picture
is not a bright one, the *i taction
could be quickly corrected if all
tions would adopt the spirit of
or as its standard in dealing with
each other. The
would he eased, "and persona could
once mere drop bed into their nor
mal mode of living.
The English name for Eaater
comes from the Anglo-Saxon
"Eostre," goddess of light or spring,
whose festival was celebrated in
spring. Certainly, the world needs
light today, and Easter would be
appropriate time to admit the Light
of Easter-morn into our internation
EASTER BUNNY FABLE
(Clipped from Our Dumb Animal*)
Figuring prominently in'oOr cele
bration of Easter,,rabbita and chicks
are the two- ereaturfcs of the animal
world identified most cloeely with
this time of year. It has often oc
curred to me to wander why this
so. Very few people, probably, un
derstand just what the connection is
between these animals and one of the
greatest festivals of the Christian
Perhaps the following Easter leg
end will serve to clear up the mat-1
It aeeme that one day, aa a rabbit |
went for a quiet walk in the forest,
he came upon a neat filledwith eggs,
but there was no hen in right. After
a futile search for her, he concluded
a wary old fox must have made
meal of her. He realised how the
mother hen must have worried over
her eggs so he decided he would play
the .part of the Good Samaritan by
trying to keep the eggs warm, and
ha huddled close on the hen's
When he awoke the next morning,
which, of coarse, was Easter, the
nest was full of little yellow chicks.
They knew no different end supposed
the rabbit was their mother, end in
consequence .turned to him to be
sheltered and fed. The rabbit did
desert Hie little fellows, but went i
oat into the woods every day
found food for the chicks ?d stayed |
with them at night to keep
by ? piece rffWjftut cord. Tiny open
ings should V made in tS? ' '
to let sir in end. of comae, a
inch opening is cut in the
The parent martins help the little
nee to learn to fly by getting under
them pnahing and polling them
Mag. This bud nearer comes to the
ground except for nesting material
The fastest multiplying native bird
is the bluebird, who often raiaee
three or four breeds a yean. As soon
one is hatched, mama bluebird
begins preparing her nest for the
est. Quite friendly and homey,
feathered friends prefer open
to the forests. Mr. Bluebird
is a model father and should his mate
he injured or killed, he can assume
full responsibility for the young.
Birds pay rent on the houses by
entertaining the landlord with song
and by c&tchinJfl insects and mos
quito larvae. Martins even fight
crows and hawks thereby protecting
Watts is convin
ced that the time spent in raising
gourds and preparing houses is well
repaid by the cheery songs and the
crops saved from serious damage by
Apples and candy were enjoyed at
the conclusion of the program.
SEVEN PINES HOME DEMON
Meeting at the home of Kb. W.
L. Clark, Tuesday afternoon, March
25, die chib heard a reprt on Japan
given by Mrs. Ichabod Allen and a
book review on "Lydia Bailey," pre
sented by Mrs. Ferrell Morgan.
Mrs. Clifton Ellis presided over
the business session, and reminded
the group that the spring federation
FARMVILLE B. & L. ASS'N.
The Annual Stockholders' meeting
of the Farmville Building Jt Loan
! Association will be held in the City
Hail, Tuesday night, April 16th, at
eight o'clock. All stockholders are
urged to be present either in person
or by proxy.
By order of. the Beard. -
(Etc) G. A. Bouse, Secy.
FARMVILLE, S. C.
WEEK OF APRIL 5, 1947
SATURDAY ONLY !
with HoppUong Cassidy?Andy
Clyde. Also Chap. 12 "Crimson
Ghost pTos 3 Stooge comedy.
SUNDAY & MONDAY
Grayson. Added.. .. Latest News
and Color Cartoon.
>AY ONLY 1
EASY TO WED
with Van Johnson?Ester Williams i
t: Pins Color Cartoon -M
a talk on DDT ai)dj
If louses are lice
And mouses are mice
Would you say that a ny
With two spouses had spice? .?
' ? Mill ' 'I I "l '
FOR SALE, WANTS,
LOST, FOUND, ETC.I
Did yon know that encumbers are
selling as high as $500 and MORS
per nere in Pitt County? If farm
ers in other sections of the county
ran grow them, there is no
why we around FarmriBe a
This is the farmers' opportunity to
supply a factory producing food in
their own county.
Vita Food-Products, Iaa, of Chester
town, Md? with subsidiary in Ay
den, ia on the market Strang this
season, and is being represented by
Jennie Harper, with grading plant
at North Farm siile. 1 will be glad
to supply any farmer with seeds
who wish to plant new. They
should he planted within the next
15 days. JENNIS HARPER, 5*5
Main St., Fhmrrllle, N. C, ' 4-ltc
JUST RECEIVED ? Shipment ofj
Boys' and Girls' BICYCLES
Western Auto Associate Store. |
Estate Oil Heater*?Pot tJMy
3 to 4 room capacity. FARM
VTLLE FURNITURE CO.
FLOOR SANDING and FINISHING;!
trends and rises; $5 years expo
ence; old floors made like new. All
work guaranteed. ? Phone 4362,
Greenville. BEN SMITH.
To A-25 pd
WANTED: CORN! 31A0 per bnsbd
in shuck or sbeUed. Price enbjeet
to change without notice. ? B. L.
Lang, Farm rifle, N. C., Phone
410-1. - (M-7-tf)
RADIOS?Electric and battery,
table and console models.
FARMVILLE FURN. CO.
JUST RECEIVED ? Big Order of
VIGORO, Pruning Shears A Hedge
Shears. ? Western Anto Associate
Store, FhmTffle, N. C.
JUST RECEIVED NICE LOT OF
SEAT COVERS ? Gifipt me
ears. WESTERN AUTO ASSa|
OIL WATER HEATERS ? 30
FLORENCE OIL ^HEATERS, |
pot type, one room size
A Big Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
and they still carry an uncoaditis
al Guarantee far It months. Get
Our Prices before you buy. Liberal
allowance for your old 'ires.
WESTERN AUTO A8SO. STORE
ping Tires, Vi
Mrs. Ethel Bell end
Owens honored Mr*. Jamee
et a house warming, Friday
at the home of Mrs. Bell
the gifts were:
in a wash tub
decorated in pink and green to rep
basket ?he hos
snifter vase and a corsage of
to Mrs. Forrest ii,> u
Snssian tea and assorted sandwich
Arrangements of spring flowers
attractively decorated the home. -
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Mwur* Sa?^JPIP*N StfglPAifl
;i ? ? SALE! ? SAW!-. ?
Cover your rooms wall to
want Take your pick of cheer
fill colors. Pattern and color
won't fade or wear off, be
cause they're inlatf?go dear
through to the back! Buy gen
uine inlaid now at t)>is price.
SALE! ALL WOOL
Compare these rugs with oth
ers costing as high as 20%
morel Come in and see the
wide range of beautiful colors
and designs?feel their resili
ent mil wool fnle.
9x12 Rag Cushion.... f 12.95
KITCHEN CABINETSt _ - $49.88
White Enamel Finish! Large Bread Drawer! Urge Floor Bin! FaU
Oat Work Teg! Yon tare
PLATFORM ROCKERS! ...
Never before hare yea found raises such
bay and are passing it on to yen.
W? defy anybody's price on Iroserspttog Mattresses. Fully
teed! Good grade coven! Immetfate delivery! See as before yen bny.
3-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITES! $99.88
ELFXTRIC WATER HEATERS! $129.88
Nationally "advertised" makes! White Enamel Finish! Doable
heating elements! Save at GARNER'S, f V
Ef -m mmmSmmm
* 5-Tube Sets
* Plastic Caljinets
* Fully Guaranteed
* By Popular Bands
ENDTABfcES! I - *10.88
" w- ?1 ?*? ??*
SIMMONS SOFA BEDS! $69.88
Only at GARNER'S imM you expect any each values! Pall spring
construction! Assortment of
COIL BED SPRINGS! $10.88
'Jj Tap Grade Coils! Aluminum finish! Side stabilisers! Fully guar
anteed! Boy now?Pay later.
3-PC. GLIDER SET $44.88
It's 0. K. to slpp around?hot when you aee our qnality and our
price?youll buy here and Bank the Difference.
PORCH ROCKERS! $6.98
We save you jMneyjm .these year 'round rock ere! Natural Varnish
finish! Large She! High-back
OIL CLOTH! : : 59c yd
Aa good as the best?as cheap as the cheapest! Remember: It pays
to shop at GARNER'S.
4-PC MODERN BED ROOM SUITE!.... $89.88
Your good luck, our misfortune! We bought too many! You cant
go wrong on this buy! See 'em today. j
WALNUT CHIfTEROBES! $25.95
cUfferobe here! If you're ia trouble for
storage space Don't cose?Call us! We save you money!
Toasters that ttt always at your service! And. ... we are waiting
to waH oa you! Dent miss these.
SAVE TIME!-SAVE MONEY!
Wall Paint ... sal $3.65 $3.29 ?
gaL $5.60 $5.04
m gaL $4.75. $4.28
*aL $3,951 $3.5i
gaL .65 | ;55
gaL $2.24 $2.00
55 inch*, with ooe le?f.