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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, April 18, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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18 Pitt Students At Wake Forest No# Eighteen students from Pit! coun ty arc listed in the record-breaking enrollment of 1677 students at Wake Forest College this spring. Greenville is represented by seven students. They are Tlurmas Laagley and Max Wilton Wllliford, freshmen; John Hard*way and William Keck, sophomores; William Bilbro, Sidney Johnson and Harold Riddick, juniors. From Ayden are Wendell Dixon and Brantley Jolly, juniors; Alice Jean Johnson, senior; Fred Turnafee, second year law. Farmville has Thomas ,W. Willis, freshman, jhi Milton C. Williamson, sophMpine. From Winterville are Joseph liver man, William Cox, and Roy Daven port, Jr., sophomotes. Other county students are Guy Eagles, Fountain junior, and Benjamin Strickland, Bell Arthur, sophomore. Jolly is president of the Pan Hellenic Council, governing body of all social fraternities, and Reddick is also a member of this organization. Miss Johnson is affiliated with the Young Women's Auxiliary and Tur nage is associated with Gamma Eta Gamma, largest legal fraternity on the campus. Bilbro, Cox, Davenport, Eagles, Hardaway, Johnson, Jolly, Keck, Langley, Tumage, Williford, and Willis are veterans. Hardaway, Keck, Langley, Liver man, Williamson, Williford and Wil-j lis are planning careers in medicine; Dixon, Eagles and Johnson in den tistry; Bilbro, Davenport, Jolly and Strickland in business; Reddick and Turnage in law and Cox in manu facturing. Miss Johnson hopes to become a laboratory technician. Wake Forest is the oldest and largest Baptist College in the United States. During the past year approximate ly $15,000,000 has been added to the college's resources, the bulk of which consists of the Smith Reynolds Foun dation Fund, valued at around $11, 000,000. This fund is being donated on the condition the college be moved to Winston-Salem and that sufficient funds be raised, during the ijeXt five years to accomodate a student body of around 2,000 men and women. A planning commiittee has been ap pointed by Wake Forest's Board of Trustees and architect's sketches are being prepared which will show the tentative layouts of the proposed campus and necessary buildings. | Sue was congratulating Mary onl her driving ability: "Why you're handling the car like a veteran." "How do you know," countered Mary. "You've never seen me handle a veteran." Small Child?Mother dear, is it ] lunch time yet? Mather?No, darling, not for an- ] other hour. Small Child?Well, my tummy j must be fast. The Former's ' ' from Uriel* Book of Experience "I had enough Natural Chilean Nitrate last year to sidedress about one-third of my cot ton. We had a very dry August and the cotton that wasn't sidedressed turned yellow and lost a good many leaves. The sidedressed cotton stayed green and the holls were bigger. It was the Same effect I used to get with a nitrate potash sidedressing. I suppose the sodium in the Chilean Nitrate acted about like potash does." CHILEAN NITRATE of SODA ;(SAY "HO-KAN") pttouqum cuz-&.</*& IMITATION BANANA IpJ w ?' i Pint $125 - A 4.v A s ????? \ iOVE m ? 'r 'A\ ? y\i %u ERVICEv (...because FORD dealers knew FORDS best we have Fokd-Trained Mechanics L I Genuine Ford Parts FACTORY-APPROVED ? Methods Specialized Ford Equipment C3J There's no place like HOME for ferd Service JSSIiSiSBiiSi \i - US? i forth? second place to the subject mat-1 division. However, I of the Farmville j the winner, a reaction, in the I is a very pressing ___?- buildings and equip i, the Negro schools of the coun fobUT an excellent Job with what I have. The teaching personnel, on the average, is among the best in the state. Colored Pre-School Clinics Scheduled The colored pre-school examina tions in the following, city schools will begin April 18, according to a statement issued by Dr. J. M. Bar rett, acting health officer. I Not only will the pre-school chil-j dren be examined and vaccinated, but in addition, mothers may bring babies over six months of age and j run-about children ad well for vac cinations. It is extremely important that the {parent come with the children to {discuss the child's health with the I doctor. | . The schedule follows: Farmville, April 18; Bethel, April 22; Winter | ville, April 23, Dr. A. M. Mumford; I Grimesland, April 28; Ayden, April 129, Dr. G. G. Dixon; Greenville, April SO, Doctors Battle, Capheart | and Groves. A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD j OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE I TOWN OF FOUNTAIN, NORTH I CAROLINA, TO REQUIRE THE I LAYING OF SIDEWALKS UPONI AND ALONG SAID STREETS AND j PORTION OF STREET OF THE] TOWN OF FOUNTAIN UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 9, CHAPTER 160 OF THE GEN ERAL STATUTES OF NORTH| CAROLINA (1945). WHEREAS, the Board of Commls I sioners of the Town of' Fountain, I North Carolina, have determined and found as a fact, after due investiga tion and consideration, that the pub-l lie interest requires the laying of] sidewalks upon and along the streets | and portions of streets of said Town I hereinafter designated and that such] local improvements should be made] under the provisions of Article 9, | Chapter 160 of the General Statutes] of North Carolina; Now, therefore, | BE IT AND IT IS HERE-1 BY RESOLVED by the Board ] of Commisioners of the Town of | Fountain as follows: Section 1. That except as herein] otherwise provided, a sidewalk shall] be laid- upon and along the following I streets or portions thereof of the ] Town of Fountain, designated aa fol lows i I rthe North side of Wilson Street II between Railroad Street and the | Western city limits; I On the North side of Wilson Street {between Jefferson Street and the] Eastern city limits; On the South side of Wilson Street I | between Railroad Street and the I Western city limits; . I On the South side of Wilson Street {between Eason Street and the East-] lern city limits. L PROVIDED, HOWEVER, That this Resolution shall not appljr to that] portion of any street hereinbefore! designated aa to the part thereof where a sidewalk has already been constructed substantially in accord-] I ance with the specifications herein after set out . I Section 2. That the sidewalks | Ihereby"required to be laid shall be] (constructed in accordance with the] I plans "and specifications in respect ( to sidewalks to be prepared by the iTbwn'i engineer. t$on 3. That the sidewalks f required to be laid shall be .meted and laid by the respective owners of the property abutting each ride of the street, and | work shall be completed on or before the 16 day of June, 1947; and unless made by such own-1 the date hereinbe then the Board will cause-such to bs made the Town the usaeeeed against the i of h&d on |T which the side ie, subject to wishes at Voters in the primary to be held on Tuesday, May 6. Your vote be appreciated. * CURTIS H. FLANAGAN FOR COMMISSIONER 1 hereby announce my candidacy for re-election as a member of the) Board of Commissioners, Town of Farmvilie, in the primary to be held on Tuesday, May 6. Your vote will J be appreciated. J. M. STANSILL. FOR COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candidacy for re-electkm to membership on the Board of Commissioners, Town of Farmvilie, subject to wishes of the voters in the primary on Tues day, May 6. Your support will be appreciated. W. C. WOOTEN VFW JOB TRAINING BILL BEFORE MOUSE COMMITTEE R. R. Newton, Jr., commander of Farmville's Buraette-Rouse Poet, Veterans of Foreign Wars, has re-, ceived notice from national head quarters that the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs is holding ex tensive hearings on a VFW resolu tion to increase on-the-job training ceilings to $250 for trainees with no dependents, $800 for those with one dependents, and $325 for those with two or more dependents. cent per annum from the date of the confirmation of such assessment un til paid. Section 5. That this Resolution shall be forthwith published In the Farmvilie Enterprise, a newspaper of general circulation in the Town of Fountain, and that no other or fur ther notice shall be required to be given to such abutting owners. Section 6. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect from and after this passage. This Resolution adopted this the 7th day of April, 1947. J. M. HORTON, Cleric, Town of Fountain, N. C. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL GREATLY APPRECIATED. George W. Davis *' I hereby announce my candidacy for election to the office of Mayor of th< of Farmville, subject |to the wishes voters in the election to be held on May 6,1947. Your vote and support will be appreciated. James W. Joyner FOR RESULTS ADVERTISE IN THE DOOGIAS FAIRBANKS, Jr. MAUREEK O'HARA ? WALTER SLI . Sinbaptm Sailor ANTHONY QUINN ? GEORGE TOBIAS J AN I CKflt ? Mine MAZUftKt bcMWMy WffmL ffammQ ROMANCE I PARAMOUNT ? SUNDAY and MONDAY FARMVILLE. N. C. ^ Added>.. 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