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Keeping step with the lstegt trends
in merchandising, The Economy Au
to Supply, representatives here of
the B. F. Goodrich Company, has
just put the company's Thrifty Bud
get Plan into effect, it is announced
by Cotton- Davis, manager.
"We feel we have taken a major
step forward in our merchandising
program," declared Mr. Davis. This
program cuts the dost of credit buy
ing and makes it convenient for the
consumer to utilize the merchandise
while he Is paying for It ^
This service is made possible by
the selection of those of good credit
standing to participate in the plan,
so that losses are minimized and the
savings are passed on to the custom
Purchases of B. F. Goodrich Silver
town tires and tubes, Glasstex stor
age batteries, spark plugs and a wide
variety of other products for auto
mobile and home use, such as radios,
bicycles, 'electrical appliances and
many others can be made under the
new plan, Mr. Davis added.
J. B. Beasley, who recently com
pleted two weeks of special training
at a school conducted by the Good
rich company in Charlotte, will serve
as manager of the budget depart
Mr. Davis expressed pleasure at
being able to add this new depart
ment which he feels will allow him
to render more efficient service.
SPECIAL RECRUITING ifjAM
WILL VISIT GREKNVILI E
Gresnvij'e win be invaded on Aug.
8 by a team from the world famous
82nd Airborne Division for a period
of two dan, according, to an an
nouncement by M/Sgt. Virgil B.
LindSey, commanding officer of the
Greenville Army Recruiting Service.
The purpose of the visit is to stim
ulate direct enlistments into thift
famous fighting outfit, and the team
will be made up of combat vetetans,
who served with the 82nd during its
sensational jump* into Sicily. Anzio,
in the Battle of Nortnandy, and
across the Rhine.
Lt John D. McGowan, T/Sgt Joel D.
The members of the taam are; 1st
Smith, Jr, S/Sgt Peter C. Corney,
S/Sgt Guy B. Ellis and S/Sgt. Wil
liam J. Fisher.
The 82nd Airborne Division was
activated as the first Airbbrne Di
vision in the Amy's history in 1M2.
After training for needy a year the
unit went oyerseas in April, 4*43- Its
first actfon was a jump into Sicily
irt July of that year. A part of the
division jumped ' to save the Anxio
On "D" Day, June 6,1*44, the Sted
jumped into France, many miles-ta
side of enemy territory, and cut off
one of the German escape routes
The division then fought as a ground
unit through most of the campaign
in Western Europe. ?
. The last combat jump of the 82nd
was when the division jumped ii)to
German territory, and secured a foot
hold across the Bhine. -
The division is now seeking re
cruits, both former servicemen and
"fijst timers," to fill its ranks, which
were depleted by demobilisation. Any
young man interested may gpt the
whole etory from the members of the
team while they are in Greenville.
Lamina Baker of 'Washington and
Laura Hearne of Greenville have
been employed aa cashier and secre
tary respectively, in the treasurer's
office at East Carolina Teachers Col
lege, according to an.. announcement
by F,: D. Duncan, business manager.
Miss Baker and Miss Hearne will re
place Dorothy Lewis of Ipannville
and Mrs. Harold Woolridge of Hope
well, Va., who have resigned.
Both Miss Baker and Miss Hearne
ass graduates of ECTC. Miss Baker
taught in the primary -grades in the
Williamston school .last year; and
'Miss Hearne, in the commerce de
partment of Greenville high school.
Miss Lewis, who has been cashier
for the past two years white work
ing on her master's degree, has ac
cepted a position as registrar and
business manager of the Wilmington
Junior college, Wilmington.
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IT'S MORE CONVENIENT ?MORE ECONOMICAL
We're proud' to tell you the
good news about our newly im
Crtd B. F. Goodrich Thrifty
get Plan. Mote economical,
more convenient, and thrifty too.
Yon- will find it a pleasure to
?bob with us and use the Thrifty
More convenient?for it takes
but a few moments to open an
account. Just select the items you
need for your home or car and
add them tb your budget account.
Terms can be arranged by the
week or by. the raontb to fit your
Keep an eye out for this little
fellow in our advertising. He
prill remind you that you can get
the top selection of the merchan
dise you need 00 economically
convenient terms. Don't delay!
Come in today end open your
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YOU CAN GET new B. F. Goodrich Silvertown tires, new
B. F. Goodrich tubes, and thepcrwer-packed B. F. Goodrich
Glasstex battery. In addition to these well known auto
I motive needs, there are many other products and services
. which yon can bey on bur Thrifty Budget Flan. ^
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FARMVILLE, N. C.
STOP AT THE SIGN
OF SKILLED SEBVICE
Notice of executrix
The undersigned, having; this day
qualified as executrix of estate of
Lizxie Gay, deceased, late of Pitt
County, this is to notify all persons
having claims against said estate to
present them to the undersigned, or
to her attorney, itemized and veri
fied, on or before the 12th day of
June, 1948, or this notice will' be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. All
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment to
the undersigned or her attorney.*
This the 10th day of June, 1947.
EASTER MAY GAY, Executrix,
619 Market St.,
Wilmington, M. C.
'm. J. Bandy, Atty.,
Greenville, N. C. 18-6
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE TO
Having qualified at Administra
tors of the Estate of Jesse S. Gay,
late of Pitt County, North Carolina,
this it to notify all persons having
claims against the Estate of the de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed at Farmville, North Carolina,
on or before the 19th day of Jun
1948, or this notice will be pie
in bar of their recovery. All i
indebted to said Estate -will
make immediate settlement.
This the 18th day of June, 1947.
Marian G. Abraras and Virginia G,
Cayton, Administrators, of the Es
tate of Jesse & Gay, deceased.
John R Lewis, Atty. 20-6^
.. II liniiitfll fl.
No traipsing: around to stores and .offices
when yon pay bills by check the safe,
systematic and sensible way to do business.
mwmm bills with one
TRIP TO TIE NEAREST MAIL BOX
Our friendly service In aU (
matters will meet with your com
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"SAVE TODAY for tXe things
' you will want Tomorrow!
Bank of Farmville
PARSON'S AMMONIA, qt bottle 23*
CLEANS SWIFTLY and THOROUGHLY
RENUZIT qt bottle ... 25* I
PASTE WAX, 1 lb. can ..... , 39*
CLOROX, qt btL 19*; I gal. btL,... ...SI*
Just Chill ard Served.
PERFECT AS A LIGHT REFRESHMENT
APPLE JUICE, Mott's? qt ML lty
Pick of the Ne*rt EGGS, doz., ?? 71j
Triangle BUTTER, cubes, lb. 78<; roll, lb., 76^
Wisconsin CHEESE, lb., 49^
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t ' Two Summer Favorites !
Ice Cream ...
Easily Prepared Prom
Ice Cream Mis
10 oz. jar ?- 3ty
LARSEN*S PEAS, Freshlike, 14| oz can, 21*
PORK and BEANS, 16 oz can, 2 for 27*
VEGETABLE SOUP, 20 oz can 3 for 25*
HI HO CRACKERS, 1 lb. pkg, 29* (
Spry Shortening-, 1 lb jar, 42*; 3 lb jar, $1.21
GRAPE JUICE, Pt. bottle 25*
stuffed?7i ok. tar
2 for 25*
Lux flakes, lgre pkg.,.... 33*:
Lux Soap, 91 \
SWAN SOAP, regular cake, 2 for 21c
Chiffon FiaStai 12 oz. pkg 30*
RDfSO, lye phy, ; 3*
Lifebuoy Soap, lge cake, 9*
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SwjgSMfa* Hot Witt. Mottuoa?? !
SIRLOIN STEAK, Winner quality, lb., 83<*