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"FARMVELLE'S SHOPPING CENTER"
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FARMVILLE, N. C.
J. CI Gardner,
and Mrs# gMPmw - ??? ?
an Corbett, Carl McKeel and Mr.
Mrs Isnnc (Rouse.
jone? returned to his horns
hare mmmIm after spending aMM^i
H w, a Wilson hospital.
Mr and Mm. H. T. Herring, Mr.
and Mrs. 3am Jenkins, Miss Class
ins, "Bingo" Jenkins, Dr. and
W A. Marlowe, Jimmy Mar
and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fields
the special MatherV day
ee and parade at Oak Ridge,
c. T. Hicta and son, Tommy, vi
Sited Mr. Hicks^S^r, Mrs. D. T.
flicks, during the week end.
Mr. dad Mrs. J. ?? Pseler and Mr*
Henrietta TOwnsen <
were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs.
w x. Marlowe, Thursday evsmng.
Miss Jocelyn Moore and Miss Ray
onell Bailey, of E. G. T. C, spent the
week end with Miss Bailey's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bailey.
Miss Ruth Taylor and Miss Ba
mona Rouse, of Greewboro college,
spent the week end with Miss
Rouse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Mrs. Emma B. Jenkins, of Fsir-|
mont, is spending this week with Mr.
'and Mrs. Sam Jenkins.
Wake Forest Bean
Delivers Sermon At W
Walstonkurg School I
Dr. and Mrs. Sankey L. Blanton of
Wake Forest and Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
Davis and son, Bobby, were dinner
of Mr. and MrsN A. J. Craft,
Dr. Blanton, '-head of the School of
Religion at Wake Forest College, de
livered the baccalaureate sermon 'to
the seniors of Walstonburg high
school in the auditorium, Sunday
night. He used as his subject, "He
that putteth his hand to the plow and
looketh back is not worthy to enter |
the kingdom of heaven."
ATHLETES FOOT GERM
t HOW TO KILL IT
IN ONE HOUR
If not pleased, your 86c back. Ask
my toS^fo/this SrntONG fung
jSdeTTC-OL. Made with 90 per cent
alcohol, it penetrates. Beschm and
kills more germs faster. Today at j
CITY DRUG COMPANY M
104 W. 6th St.?At Five Pointt
Greenville, N. C.
? ?'MM xmauaBmtLi 1
late Mr*. Ne^VT^^iea May 10 a*
the home of
" " A. D..
bride, officiated, uamg . ^
mony. V* ?*??with
lvy'^t^^The mantelpiece and
eut fl#w , _ted with candlee
piano were decorated
flanked with iyy* . . uv
nanaw marriage Vf\
The bi?e. gW? Vj. ^ of
"" IXZ'ZZ UC~~'
aflaa blue crepe nechl?ce of pearl?
ries. She wow ? ??*?*" ^
and a corsa*e of white ros^.yw
valfty li)i?8- -,unrv of Greenville,
Mrs. Jinx Haddoca w
wood, late-.'rf.1^ V525/'U pen
of the Estate
John B. Lewis, Atty.
LOST, FOUND, ETC.
FOR SALE, WANTS,
FOR SALE: 19$7 Chevrolet coach,
radio, kwtor, sealed beam lights,
toad tires and paint. Privately
owned. This ear has had exeeUeut
car*. Call Saaw HtU 272-8 from 9
ta 5 or FarmviBe 268-7 after ? and
ask for J. T. Nolen. ' v 16-lp
FOR SALE: One all metal lee i
frigerator, 10? lb- capacity. Needs
painting. $20. One large tricycle
used nine months. $10. Call 2897,
Mrs. J. T. Nolen. l?-lp
HELP WANTED?Yoong lady with
business ability to manage our new
bottle Gas and Appliance Store in
Farmville. Contact Mr. Harry Ad
ler, Tarboro Furniture Co, Tarboro,
N. C. l?-le
WANTED?Refined lady, 21 to 85
'years of age, short hours. Interest
hit work. Earn $80 to $75 weekly.
No canvassing. Car necessary.
Write Mrs. Elisabeth McDaniel, 212
' K. Washington Ave, Kinston, N. C.
FOR SALE: 00 yard tobacco bed.
Geld Dollar plants. Price, $50.
Starling Gorham, 520 George St.
FOR SALE: Good
Claude Allen, Kenchin Cobb farm
WANTED: At once, man or
to service customers for fi
Wotkins Products in FarmviBe, Es
tablished business brings $45 week
ly Sverate> starting immediately.
No investment. Write J. R. Wat
kins Co, Dept. S-S, Richmond, Vs.
' ? . Mp
RADIO BATTERIES?We have a
goad stock?Coase in sad get one
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
display at GARNER'S will be given
away by Seven Pines Ho
stration Club, May 17. Yon do not
have to he present to win. 9-lp
WANTED: CORN! $1.60 per bushel
in shuck or shelled. Price subject
to change without notice. ? B. L.
Long, Farmville, N. C,
JUST RECEIVED ? Shipment of
Boys' and Girls' BICYCLES ?
Western Auto Associate Store.
JUST RECEIVED ? Big Order of
VIGORO, Pruning Shears ft Hadge
Shears. ? Western Auto Associate
Store, Farmville, N. C.
WANTED?Tb buy clean fertiliser
bags. Any quantity. R. L. Lang,
Farmville, N. C. M2-t!
JUST RECEIVED NICK LOT OP
SEAT COVERS ? Can fit, m*d
WESTERN AUTO ASSO.
A Big Shipment of DAVIS
IT*Guarantee faT 18* months. Get
AUTO ASSO. STORE.
BE SURKTOTUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
as matron of
lonor, wore a suit of gold gabardine
in black, anil a corsage of
l The beat man was Arthur
cousin of the groom.
i's mother wore an ogL
_ d dress, and a corsage of
Immediately after the ceremony
the bride's parents entertained at a
After a wedding trip the couple
will make their home near Walston
aur?- SSsgfb"1-". V.' }'4&k
Tht 0*t*m lift's sg?
Tki Lrft forth
with AVI-JOH *
T* K?tp Me fret I
Mm* prvwtnp cfclt^wi m p* m *?
tiM Da on ln(|
The 97 Store
Phone 4491 FARMVILLE
SEPARATE PULLETS AND
When chicks are 5 to 6 weeks old,
remove the male birds and place
them in a separate enclosure, finish
ing them off as broilers. Retain only
those .cockerels needed for breeding
purposes. Removal of the males gives
pullets additional room and elimi
nates crowding at the feed troughs.
They will do better and the poultry
raiser realises a saving in feed costs.
Keep in your flocks of medium and
heavy breeds only one male to every
15 females. For Leghorns and other
light breeds the ratio should be about
one rooster-to every 20 hena.
Keep the best cockerels for breed
ing. Here are some guide rules to
1. High quality chicks are cheapest
in the long run.
2. Look for good feathering. Mark
all chicks which have long pin feath
ers in their wipgs at hatching tune
tail feathers at 10 days of i
or tail feathers at 10 days of age.
3. Keep for later selection the lar
gest cockerels at 8 to 12 weeks old.
4. Retain all cockerels that are free
of standard disqualifications and
have no body deformities. Look for
points on the aides of comb and feath
srs on shanks, toes and bdtvireen the
toes. Get rid of any with these dias
qualifications. Eliminate the runts
and slow-feathering birds.
When your pullet flock begins lay
ing, do not house males and females
together until the production of
hatching eggs is started. It is best
to^preduce market eggs which are in
Adv. of The 97 Store.
which decaaaad waa a
?BWar Flyb aasirting. Burial
Mm. Ed Zdweids, of
Did you erer lhre in m oity
thnn there were people,to be geeded T
Well, we ondenUad then is each s
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FARM?HXE. N. C.
? SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY #
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HOURS PGR EYE EXAMINATION
8:80 to 4:80 Until Noon
DR. KENNESH L. WIGGINS
109 H W. 4th Stwet, Gwxwrille, N. C.
Upstairs > v Fhoaa 87T9
Eyes Examined -r- ? Glasses Fitted
KkiiVui liiuH#n Ik
m:* :?'? ? . $
PP0H -? ? i
The welcome mat la oat:::
The mm is a good one. Today's Ford bee
iome new ftaturee,?
, to seel V
For one, a choice of ten I
For another, a newly i