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helpful and profitable.
The Former's Forum
?* from Uncle Natcheftfc
Book of Experience
"Before planting my fall and winter pasture
mixtures of small grains and legumes in
August, I made an application of two hun
dred pounds of Chilean Nitrate per acre. My
cattle are now knee deep in grazing all over ,
the field, except in those spots we dripped
when applying the soda. In the future no fall
and winter pastures without proper fertiliza
tion for me."
NITRATE of SODA
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Give an Easter Remembrance that will he cherished for
MONTHS, or, even, YEARS to come
MRS. J. M. CARRAWAY, Manager
Phone 479-7 FamviDe, N. C.
Follow the Easter Parade
... alter Church Services .. .
and bring your family to
>atupaay, Apni s
at the iwgular houre
day, April-8. This is ih line
action of ths majority of towna in I
section of the State. W '-P' *
After one more mouth, the Wed nee
day afternoon closing: will begin,
which is in line with the procedure
of the pact few years. Beginning
on the first Wednesday in May and
continuing until the tobacco market
Mis FVrmville will observe a half
holiday on Wednesday afternoons.
This is also in line with the action
in our nearby towns.
Everything is in readiness for the
annual Chamber of Commerce be
quet to be held in the Farmville high
school lunchroom on Friday, April
26, at 7 p. m. Dean R B. House
of the Uhiversity of North Carolina
will be the principal speaker and
special musk will be furnished by
the Farmville high school glee club
under the direction of Miss Rosemary
"No Solicitation Cards" have been
posted in conspkious places. When
solicited for donations, ask the sol-'
icitor for a permit granted by the
Chamber of Commerce. This hi
been devised as 1 means of helping
prevent solicitations that are not
Some of our members have been
solicited through the mail for ?dona
tions to certain organixatibns. The
Ir. and Mrs.
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ington, D. C. |gt|I|
Mrs. U. W. Paris,^of Norfolk, Va.,
spent Thursday night with Mr. and
Mrs. B. G. Fields.
Mrs. C. T.' Hick's and Mrs. Earl
Lang were Wilson visitors, Satur
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Craft were
Wilson visitors, Monday.
Mrs. Neta Shackleford left today
for Norfolk, Va., to spend the Easter
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Sutton and family^
Mrs. C. H. Walston was a visitor
in Kinston, Saturday.
Mrs. W. P. Ellis, of Wilson, spent
Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Neta
Mrs. Edna Saunders, of. Norfolk,
Va., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray West, Sr.
Miss Edna Earl Hollomom, a stu
dent at Mars Hill College, spent the
spring holidays with her parents.
Mrs. Richard "Hollomon and little
daughter, Rebecca, have returned
home from the Woodard-Herring
hospital in Wilson.
Jlr. and Mrs. Lewis Harrell, of
Pinetops, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Mrs. Frank Shirley and Mrs. W. I.
Shackleford were Fsrmville visitors
Among those attending the Hook
erton Union at Bell Arthur, Satur
day, were: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wal
ston, Mrs. Melvin Gay, Mrs. Carl
Cobb, Mrs. Sadie Walston, Mrs.
Frank Shirley, Mrs. Neta Shackle
ford, Mrs. Fannie Goin, Mrs. W .E,
Lang, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Craft, Mr.
and Mrs. L. N. Sheiton, Lenwood
Mann, Philip Shirley, Margaret
Fields, Mary Blair Shirley, Evelyn
Fields, Page Davis, Jane Fields, Mrs.
J. C. Gardner and Ola Grace Gard
The annual Community Sunrise
Easter Service will be held or the
lawn of the school, Sunday morning.
The service will be presented by the
glee club and community choir, with
Mrs! C. H. Walston in charge. The
Buy "Savings Bonds" Have: Hold!
souvenirs and pictures of the .
they visited, which Ptpved very
te resting and educational to th
; The hostess, assisted by Mis. M.
B. Taylor, served a delicious salad
plate and, coffee.
G. I. Loans Available
To Refinance Loans
on Homes, Farms, Etc.
Veterans of World War II may
G. I. loans under certain conditions to
refinance delinquent indebtedness on
homes, farm and businesses it was
pointed out today by the North Gaso
line regional Veterans Administra
The government may insure or
guarantee such loan provided it is
secured by M. lien on the property
used or occupied by the borrower as
a home or for farming purposes,
The office added that the govern
ment may also guarantee such a loan
to refinance a delinquent indebted
ness incurred by a veteran in the
pursuit of a gainful occupation which
he is pursuriqg or proposes to pursue
in good faith, or if the indebtedness
is for delinquent taxes or
ments on the borrower's property.
"My brother is having a football
romance with a wealthy, 86-year-old
"What do you mean by football
"He's going to marry her and wait
for her to kick off."
The Third Army's attack on Met*
was launched in the worst weather
that area had seen in 36 years.
Rain and ceilings "zero'" kept all
allied planes on the ground, but with
out air support, the Thiifd Army
captured Metz ahead of schedule.
No one is poor who spends less
than he earns.
IVNK, FaiwAlt, R. tk^H J
BMMfiB|jBijjftgi|ig^^^is^ - -.- - ~-a
?S^"^,ENTERPRlSE and ??*? it
Ke?ruiariy ? The price is only $2.00 a year. S
PAY THE L-O-A-N.
Choose a type of Home-Loon that will let yon get ahead.
No aged of assuming the old, never-ending-expense form of
"straight" Loan, now. Now that oar Direct-Reduction type
Loon, is offered you. For new-home or replacement Mort
gage, ask us about this sttrer, easier, Monthly Payment?
monthly pay OFF! ? Loan.
PIIIT HBEML SAVINGS & LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF GREENVILLE
320 EVANS STREET GREENVILLE. N. ?.
A. C. TAD LOCK. Sec. and Trees.
DO YOU KNOW
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MORE TOBACCO Using the modern principles of de
v hydration the "Sure-Cure" method uses a-constant forced
flow of warm air rather than heat alone to cure your
tobacco. With this forced flow, going from the top of
the barn, down, a more even cure Is effected. Because
excessive heat Is not used your crop will weigh out $5,
to 15* heavier.
BETTER TOBACCO During the yellowing process you
have ideal curing conditions throughout your barn, with
a temperature difference between top and bottom con
trolled to within S or 4 degrees, you are assured an eren
yellowing' from butt to tip and a sweeter, better quality
leaf. ? : -,,/v % :';W' '?
MORE MONEY Thus with the "Sure-Cure" Syutem you
not only take more tobacco to market tout you also get
a better price for it Several farmers have reported
a much as $100 per acre, enough hi many
i to cover the cost of the Installation In a single
FIRE HAZARD Danger of tire Is almost entirely elim
inated for not only Is the burner outside the barn but the
fuel supply as well. Open fires eliminated and
thermostat and limit controls prevent any overheating,
Tour Insurance rates both for the" barn and crop and for
buildings wfll bp lower.
ENTIRELY AUTOMATIC Since the entire
"Sure-CwNf* m ti
the "Sure-Cure- System ia entirely automatic
labor ooate. Less than
of the operator's time la required
LOW OPERATING CO?T to addition to the saving In
labor and supervision cures can be effectad In from
to 5 days. The burner has no moving parte and be
cause it is suppled oxygen by a twin draft positive fan
the bright flame assures maximum combustion of every
Arop of 00. ; ?* ~
STEEL EARN Although "Sure-Cure- burner units may
be Installed In connection with existing barns best results
and, optimum safety are secured by using the ARMOO
STEELOX building. This building Is constructed of
steel* penels with especially dosigned Joints which are
?irtighL This is an important factor in securing posi
t'vely controlled ventilation. Tour "Sure-Cure" dealer
1 lnformatlonEfcbout the ARMOO
ag it is an important part of the
OFF SEASON USES With the complete
Svstem installed an your farm you can use the
STEELOX building for a fire-safe, rat proof
snace. Of you can use It with the '?? *
other farm products, drying hnnbe
" " or
DEALER FOR INFORMATION