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BEFORE THE NEW ORDER
(The Christian Century)
It is quite possible that there will
be far more disorder in Asia than
there now is before the new order
begins to emerge. The peoples of
the West, the nations in the UN, will
simply have to learn to live patiently
with }hat disorder. The Dutch and
French hope of maintaining their
empires and hanging on to the rich
profits' of the old Asiatic colonialism
is a dream, as the British had sense
enough to know.
No military, political or economic
intervention will end the prevalent
disorder for more than a brief mo
ment; if attempted, such intervention
will presently make the disorder
worse. The only kind of mtervexvtien
that will help'toward a firm peace
and order in the East is. the Chris
tian intervention, through construc
tive service in the lifting of educa
tional, social and moral standards.
But that is the long, slow process of
leaven in the lump.
CANAL DREDGING PROJECT
PLANNED FOR GREENE CO.
Farmers owning land adjoining
Polecat Canal, beginning at Con
tentnea Creek and running approxi
mately three jnilee, have shown an
interest in having this canal dredged
out. The Greene Soil Conservation
Service and the county agent's office1
are cooperating in helping these
farmers determine the possibility of
getting this work done. Crop land
along this canal would be greatly
benefitted by better drainage.
-A. E. Cobb, R-2, La Grange, has
treated his herd of hogs for internal
worms by the use of Sodiuta Flour
ide. This new treatment is proving
to be highly satisfactory, if properly
W. J. Rasberry, Farmville, has had
a soil analysis made of three fields
on his farm in Speight's Bridge
township to determine the best ferti
lization on these fields for oats and
A. C. Edwards and Tull Hill, Hook
erton, produced 602% bushels of corn
on six acres or slightly over 100
bushels per sen average. They
planted hybrid N. C. 27, ten inches
in drill, 8% foot rows. Fertilized
with 660 pounds 4-10-6, 366 pounds
Cal-nitro and 383 pounds 10-0-10.
Any Greene county farmer who be
lieves he has an average yield of 100
bushels per acre is requested to noti
fy Agent A. J. Harrell. ?
It vm made clear
kd vote of council that i
" to be hete m '
following the third Sunday in the
month. Officers for the coming year
were elected They are: Robert Par
ker, president, Walstonburg; Arden
Dixon, vice president, Hookerton; Sa
rah Slater, Snow Hill, secretary; 3.
B. McLawhon, Maury, reporter; Bar
bara Harrison, Snow Hill, song, lead
er. The floor waa than open for dis
[foe sale, wants,
LOST, FOUND, ETC
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FURNITURE pp. Farmville, N. C.
IDAHUAS FOR SALE?See Mrs. N.
J" M*rlboro- 1 ml
trim Fartrill?. V-2p
[COLD WEATHER IS COMING. We
have some nice ear heaters. WEST
ERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
|HELP WANTED: Male A Femal*
| CfnM yoo use an extra $5 daily for
4 hours spare timer Choose your
own hoars. Also fall .time opening.
Write J R. Watlrine Co. DepTsI,
Richmond, Va. l0-4p
IJUST RECEIVED: Shipment of Lu
i ray pastel dishes. 20, 32 and 45
piece sets. WESTERN AUTO AS
SOCIATE ?TORE 10-18tf
| FOR SALE?One slightly used table
top oil cook stove and one coal hmtt
er. See W. G. Allen, Jr. at Tele
phone office or call 524-1.
|t'OR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ?
Clectric washing machines, with
and without ''pumps, from $129 to
$189. SOUTHERN SUPPLJ CO.
The Firestone Store, Farmvflle. |
I WANTED:- GOOD USED PIANOS.i
FARMVILLE FURNITURE CO.
Phone 383-1, Farmville, N. C. j
j FLOWER BULBS?Imported by us
direct from Holland. Tulips, Hya
cinths, King Alfred Daffodil Bulbs.
WHITE'S STORES, Inc. Green
ville, N. C. 3-4c
WANTED: Good, clean used ears. If
yon need money, and plan to sell
your ear. see as for top prices.
FARMVILLE MOTOR COMPANY.
JUST RECEIVED: Big shipment of
hunting coats, pants and caps.
Western Ante Associate Store.
LOST: Brown leather pocket book,
withl gold initials M. & H. near
theater Sunday. Please return to
Enterprise office. lp
WE BUY U&ED FURNITURE Call
CO. Farm ril le, N. C.
FOR SALE?Evana one-room aise
eil heaters, with earbueraters and
cabinets, $59.95. SOUTHERN SUP
PLY CO. The Firestone Store,
WE HAVE nearly foil line of radios,
toasters, and other electrical appli
Mcoa. WESTERN AUTO ASSO
YOU GET FREE INSTALLATION
WHEN YOU BUY FIRESTONE
SEAT COVERS from SOUTHERN
SUPPLY CO. "The Firestone
Store," Main St. Farmville.
A Big Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
?"4 they still carry an uncondition
al Guarantee for 24 months. Get
Q?y Prices before yoa bay. Liberal
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE
far your old flrw.
WE BUY USED FURNITURE Call
CO. Farmville, N. C.
7QME IN AND LOOK AT OUR
TOOLS. WE CARRY A COM
PLETB LINE OF GARDEN AND
r AUTO ASSSO. STORE
y P'i'dffi I j dftdM
4-H County Council in made
up of officers from each club. Its
/duty is to discuss problems that may
arise concerning the work. The club
motto 1a "1% make the best better"
and all members are working to have
a better 4-H program in IMS.
V j SEED ALFALFA " 2 A
- F. E. Pail of the Walstonburg com
munity and A. B. Mewborn of the
Bglihead community, both coopera
tors with the Coastal Plains Soil Con
servation District, have recently seed
ed alfalfa on their farms.
The land was prepared, fertilized
and seeded according to approved
recommendations and the crop is up
to a good stand. >: -
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PITT CLUBS ORGANIZE
Pitt county 4-H clubs began their
year of club work in September by
having reorganization meetings dur
ing the month. All meetings were
opened by repeating the 4-H pledge:
"I pledge my head to clearer think
ing; my heart to greater loyalty; my
hands to larger service and my
health to better living for my club,
my community and my country." An
nouncements concerning activities
for the year's work were made.
Achievement Day will be held No
vember 7. The first county council
meeting will be held tonight (Fm
day) at 7:30 in the auditorium of the
Agriculture Building in Greenville.
Boys and girls were urged to turn
in their project books as soon as pos
sible for possible entry in State con
Reports were made on the 4-H
Camp at Manteo and Club Week at
State College in August by the fol
lowing: Curtis Lee, Pactolus; Hazel
Gams, Langs; Fred Boyce, Grimes
land; William Owens, Farmvi lie;
Pauline Robinson and Harper Ras
berry, Bell Arthur. Ruth Moore of
Langs gave a report of her trip to
Camp Long, Aiken, S. C.
New officers for the clubs follow:
Pactolui Junior ?
land, rice-president; Shirley Gray,
secretary; Henry Clifton Harris, re
porter. _ '
Pactolus Senior? Ralph Lapgtey,
president; Curtis Whiteburst, vice
president; Hilda Johnson, secretary;
Curtis Lee, reporter.
Off! eg re of the Farmville club
were listed in last week's issue of
Rev Godwin of Wilson is the new
pastor of Pentecostal Holiness
church on North Waverly street.
Sunday School each Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
Classes for all ages. /
Sunday morning devotional hour
at 11 o'clock. Evening service at
The new pastor will devote his
full time to this church.
Prayer service each Thursday even
ing at 7:30.
ARTHUR COBB DIES
Arthur Cobb, 46, farmer of ritar
Farmville, died in a Wilson hospital
Wednesday. He is survived by one
sister, one foster sister, and six bro
Buy Savings Bonds Now And Save I
in the chord* i
wan primary dnpnrtmtnt. W ifor
Mr*. J. Paul Jones, graduate of
Dr. Hofaaeo Bible College, will
preach the dosing sermon oof a
four weeks' revival Sunday night
at the Pentecostal Holiness Church,
North -Waveriy Sunday after
neon at S o'clock, apodal singers
from various cities will be- present^
let oar advertisers
their ads in the Enterprise.
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W FARMVILLE, N. C
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W?tb 4 Oct 18. 1947
Roy Rofan and Dale Evans in
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Authorised Mortgag* Loam
The Prudential Insurance Co.
Ho* women W gjris
may get wanted relief
from function?/ porlodk pain
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PAY AN EARLY VISIT TO
ROGKWOODS MILK CHOCOLATES
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1. We install your bottle gas range for $15 regardleea of
where yon buy your stovo.
2. We use meters, thereby enabling you to measure the
gas you are using. (You don't hare to take oar word for
what is in the bottle. You pay for gas after it goes through
3. We are the only bottle gas concern in middle-eastern
Carolina that owns its own gas bulk plant of 30,000 gallons
capacity. Plant is located in Goldsboro. 3
4. We pride ourselves on the fact that we have the best
trained service men and the largest fleet of service tracks
5. We give free service to all appliances as long as you
use our gas.
6. We service all stoves every four weeks regardless of
whether your stove needs it or not.
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Farmville, N. C.
\ Tarboro Gas Company
Wilson Gas Company"
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