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' Act of March Srd, 1878.
Dr. and Mrs. Wallace of Ashe villa
nn guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
?. Traon last weak.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Childress ;?f
Greenville visited Mrs. Veraa Joy
Hie Rev Edwin S. Coatee, Mrs.
Goatee and < Miss Margaret Coatee of
?"armville and Mrs.-Joe Callahan nof
ieColl, S. C., wan guests of Mr. and
Ira, C. C. Harris lest Wednesday.
Miss Thelma Flanagan of South
Lancaster, Mass., is spending several
lays with her sister, Mrs. Elbert Ty
Bobby Wallace of Baltimore, Md.,
s spending the summer with his
tunt, Mrs. Annie
Charies Cannon. and^Amos Har
a i r ? i
elson of Florence, S. C., spent Set- :
rday with Jesse Tyson."
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins of Saratoga
rers guests of Mrs. Jenkins' sisti
fxs. L. L. Stanley, Sunday.
Mr? Mamie Ruth HoUoway visited
er mother, Mrs. W. A. Pollard, in
may get wanted relief
from foncUonat partodlc pain
GOOD NKWS FOR THE
(The Kansas City SUur) m#
Spanking is no longer accepted in
all quartan aa a proper aid to child
? raising. Specialists in the field now
children can be easily overdone. They
agree that physical punishment of
urge a reasoning approach when
possible or, if not, some other means
of apnphysical correction for mis
conduct Use of the switch is ad
vised only in extreme cases, such at
to impress youngsters witjj the seri
ousness of ruiming into the streets
or otherwise risking their livus.
Cancan for the health and general
welfare of extreme youth has led to
this conclusion by the child experts..
But many parents, it appears, aren't
ready to accept their judgment. For.
two speakers at the first Ban-Ameri
can Congiule of Pediatrics recently
reported that paddling still is l^fing
practiced generalThey aa* it's
popular because "Spanking requires
the least brains on the part of papa
If this explanation ever gets pass
ed around widely among the young
er set, look for a revolutionary re
sult. Instdad of pleading not to be
paddled because "it hurts," the kid
dies will be imploring parents bent
on punishment to "Use your heads,
not your bands." >
This shaming challenge should
bring ever so many mothers and
fathers around to the considered
viewpoint of the -child specialists. It
should, but we wouldn't care to makq
a bet that It Will.
SHIPPERS ASSOCIATION HAS
MEETING IN GREENVILLE
Sam D. Bundy, secretary of the
Farmville Chamber of Commerce, at
tended a meeting of the Carolina
Shippanf Association uiQMsnville at
the Proctor hotel cm TVpsday of
this week. The meeting was called
to revikw the freight situation in
on this ne'w, low Broiler type of GAS RANGE
with roll-out broiler at lower left side. The'
left side of the range is devoted to the utility
compartment with large and ample space for
storage of roasters, pans and kitclien uten
sils; while the roll-out service ^drawer pro
vides added storage space so useful in the
modern kitchen. See these at GARNER'S.
We have the gas for these stoves -
Garner Furniture Co.
"For The Things With Which You Live" V
f Pkk Year P?w#r: ?V-8 ?r Six
Only Fad in the low-priced
field fhra yon this power-choice
? ;il ? ii. ..ten . a J M?| ? ? , -A
? ? ? W1U1 tDTuly 4-fii^ piBtOM ^
balanced carburenon in bothl
Ford'* eelf-centering hydraulic .;
< ?? brakes an the biggest in the low- ^
priced field. They give you smooth, .
to Mra. Plttman Wayne in the ken of
tier mother, who paeeed away sud
H?-?allard'a Presbyterian auxili
ary will meet with Mrs.JW. H. Ellia
m *Yidaf"f evening, Aug. 8, at 8
o'clock. All the ladies of the com
Depot Farmville, N. C.
JL W. JOYNER
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