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Activities Of Locsl
Last Sunday the pastor of 3t
Elisabeth'* Catholic church, Fath
Loyola O'Leary, exchanged pulpits
with Father Thomas Kalb of Nw
Two weekly instruction classes
were inaugurated last week by Fath
er CLaary. The junior group mee
on Tuesday at 3:80 aad the senior
group facets at the rectory on Wed
will be held at 7:30 Saturday
morning in celebration of All Saints
day. Sunday mass is at 9:8^ a. m.
lira. Agn?s Blount was hostess to
Group 8, Tuesday evening, with Mrs.
Florence -Thome leading the devo
tional and Mrs. L. E. Turuage, the
The business session was presided
over by Mrs. Arch Flanagan.
A frtfit drink and devil's food cake
were served after adjoummennt. _
Thirteen members attended the
meeting of Group 1 held in tin home
of Mrs. Fred Smith Monday night
with Mrs. Flave Dsxdian, chairman,
conducting the "Hidden Answers"
Mrs. Lee Corbett presented the de:
votional thoughts from the "Hearth
The sale of Christmas cards was
discussed during the business session.
Refreshments were coconut cake, pea
nuts and coca colas.
FREE WILL BAPTIST
New officer! chosen by* the Marl
boro Free Will Baptist auxiliary
Wednesday evening at its monthly
meeting are: president, Mrs. Clyde
Brooks; vice president, Mrs. Jack
Parker; secretary, Mix. Ichabod Al
len; first vice president, Mrs. Robt
Moore; second vice president, Mrs.
Luby Bundy; third vice president,
Mrs. Johnny Murphy; fourth . vice
president, Mrs. Claude Joyner; fifth
vice president, Mrs. Joe Brock; six
th vice president, Mrs. Marvin Hin
son; reporter, Mrs. C. G. Morgan.
Mrs. Brooks led the devotional and
Mrs. Jim Bundy read an article,
"Christ Commands Jt" ? "Mission
Study Pays Big Dividends" was the
topic presented by Mrs. Allen after
which Mrs. Murphy read a poem.
The hostess, Mrs. Marvin Hinson,
served' refreshments to 18 members
and three visitors
The Altar Guild planned for the
visit of T. A. Connery, photograph
er, at its meeting Tuesday evening
in the home of Mjcs. R. C. Copenhav
er. Prayers opened and closed the'
meeting, which was presided over by
Mrs. John D. Dixon directress A re
port on the apron sale was made.
Refreshments were served in the
' Members of the Presbyterian auxi
liary were invited'at their, meeting
Monday afternoop to hear Mrs. R.
ST. Hough of Tarboro teach the in
tensive Biby study at the home of
Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, November 11.
Mrs. J. M. Mewborn announced that
the home mission book will be taught
by Mrs. Cherry Eaaley, Mrs. Allen
Drake and Mrs. J. T. Nolen at a
topic used by Mis. Prank Dopre
Jr., in the program and by Mrs. J. <
Corbett for the devotional.
The prayer band, conducted by
C. P. B&uoom, closed the mee
her husband, Pint Lt. Joeeph V.
Jacks. On her way home, Mrs.
Jancsik will Visit relatives in Pitts
Micklo of Duquesne. 7^.
Mr. and Mrs. McCoy Tripp and
of Wintervilte visited
A. J. Craft Sunday.
W. V. Riddkk, Mr.l
Lang and Henry Gay |
www Raleigh shoppers Monday.
Mrs. Ray West, Jr., is recuperat
ing at her home hen* after a fewj
days' treatpient in a Wilson hospital.
Mrs. T. O. Evans,'Jr., of Maxton,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. |
Misses Ramana Rouse, Frances
Dixon and Margaret fields, students
at Greensboro college, spent the week
the week end with their parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lang and
daughters, Frances and Beverly, vis
ited Mrs. W. E. Lang, Sr., Sunday.
Mrs. C. H. Walston attended a
music conference at Woman's college
in Greensboro Tuesday and Wednes
day of last week. She was accom-1
panied by Mrs. L J. Rouse, who visit
ed her daughter, Ramona, a student |
at Greensboro college. '
Messrs. William and Luther Whit
fey spent the week end with their pa
Friends are glad to see Mr. Ray
West, Sr., out again after having |
been in bed for a few days'.
Miss Rayonel Bailey, a member of I
the Princeton school faculty, spent
the week end at her home here.
- CAKE CUTTING ?
Mr. and Mrs. I. J, Rouse and
daughters, .Ramtaa, Joyce and Betsy,
entertained at a cake ^cutting at
their home Saturday evening, follow
ing the rehearsal of the McCullen
Dildy wedding, '?
The dining table was covered with
? )aoe cloth and centered with ar
rangement of white ' gladioli, tube
rose and fern flanked by burning
white tapers in crystal holders. A
three tiered wedding cake, topped by
a miniature bride and gsoom. was at
one-end of the table and a punch
bowl was at the other. Mrs. Rouse
served the cake after the first slice
had been cut by Miss Dildy and Mr.
McCullen. Mrs. George Easoq served
punch. Nuts and mints'were passed.
Guests included the wedding party,
parents of the bride and bridegroom
and a few dose friends.
Misses Peggy Reasons, Geraldine
Dildy and Joyce Rouse entertained
at an informal party at the home of j
Mrs. R. L. Dildy on Thursday even
ing, honoring Miss Julia Dildy, bride
elect. The house was beautifully
decorated with fall flowers. Miss
Dildy was -presented several pieces of
silver and crystal in her chosen pat
Turkeys for Sale
Brood Breasted Bronzes'
?ANY SIZE? U
H. N. BATTON
108 S. Greene Street ?
Farmville, N. C.
FARMVILLE, N. C. fJ^V
SUNDAY and MONDAY *
TOMBSTONES REFINISHED and
polished; iron fences painted. See
GM Fnlford, Route t, Farmrille,
e __ iMW*
JUST RECEIVED: 3 nice oil heat
ers. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
JUST RECEIVED: Order of
and women's bit}
HAVE TOUR CORN SHELLED?
We will eeme to four bam, shell,
weigh, and bur, if yon wish to sell.
J. T. OAKLEY ft W. E. FULFORD.
HAVE YOUU TRIED ONE OF our
LO-GLARE rear view mirror Visors
yet? If yoa haven't, hy all
do so. Those that, have are highly
pleased with, the results given in
comfort and safety of 'night driv
ing. Ask your service station ope
rator, car dealer, auto accessory
store or drr.g store manager to show
ahd explain what this LO-GLARE
VISOR does. If yea are not entire
VISOR MFG. CO. 81-2c
WANTED?2 or 3 bedroom house or
apartment. No children, no pets.
Apartment famished or unfurnish
ed. HAL WINDERS, City Drag
. Company, Farmville, N. C. 10-24tf
WANTED: House <Jr apartment for
2 adults. Rufus Gay. Call 2796
from 7-6 p. m. 24-2p
COLD WEATHER IS COMING. We
bare some nice car beaters. WEST
ERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE.
HELP WANTED: Male ft
Could yon use an extra $5 daily for
4 hears spare time? Choose year
own hoars. Also fun time opening.
Write J. R. Watkins Co, Dept. S-3,
Richmond, Va. 10-4p
JUST LECKIVED: Shipment of L?
ray pastel dishes. 20, 82 and' 4$
piece sets. WESTERN AUTO AS
SOCIATE STORK. 19-18tf
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ?
Electric washing machines, with
and without pumps, from 3129 to
3189. SOUTHERN SUPPLt CO,
The Firestone Store, Farmrille.
JUST RECEIVED: Big shipment of
hunting coats, pants and caps.
Western Auto Associate Sttfre.
FOR SALE?Brans one-room size
oil heaters, with carbaeraters and
cabinets, 359.95. SOUTHERN SUP
PLY CO, The . Firestone Store,
WE HAVE nearly fall line of radios,
toasters, and other electrical appli
ances. WESTERN AUTO ASSO
YOU GET FREE INSTALLATION
WHEN YOU BUY FIRESTONE
SEAT COVERS from SOUTHERN
TKJPPLY CO, "The Firestone
Store," Main St, Farmrille.
A Big Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
*Jj and they stm carry an uncondition
al Guarantee for 24 months. Get
Our Prices before yon boy. Liberal
fi WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORK
allowance for your old tires.
COME IN AND LOOK AT QUK
TOOLS. WE CARRY A COM
PLETE LINE OF GARDEN AND
YARD TOOLS. - *.
WESTERN AUTO ASSSO. STORK
BE SURE TO TUNE IN ON W-P-T-F
Every Sunday morning from 0:30
to 10KX), and hear about all the i
hen they may be
en the market?intermin
that are i
_ for cash, 1 _
Court house door of Pitt County, in
Greenville, N. C., on or about NOON,
Monday, November 8, 1947, the fol
lowing described lot or parcel of
land: " *
being in the Town of
stake on the west ride of Main
Street, Mrs. J. EL Darden's corner,
and runs westerly 160 feet with Mrs.
DardeA's line; thence southerly 40
feet; thence easterly and parallel
with the first line 160 feet to Main
Street; thence northerly with Main
Street 40 feet to" " ~ * -
Lots Nos. 2 and S of
and Danden Division of the Pollard
This the 2nd day of October, 1947.
JOHN B. LEWIS, Trustee 1iai
la president of
Mr? Taylor is
GREENE COUNTY FARM NEWS
Joe Herring-, R-3, Show Hill, fo
Snow Hill townahip, is conducting
demonstration to cooperation with
the county agent's office to deter
mine the effect of various chemical
treatments on tobacco plant vise,
stand and weed control A tobacco
bed - five yards wide and 20 yards
long has been divided into four sec*
tions of 25 square yards each and
the sections treated as follows:
First section, 25 poinds Uramon;
second section, 25 pounds Cynamid;
third section, 25 pounds Uramon and
12H pounds Cynamid; and the four
th section received no treatment and
will be used as a check plot Umbo
materials were applied Oct 24.
Hugh Edwards, R-2, La Grange, on
P. B. Holden's form in Shine town
ship, has seeded two acres in alfalfa.
This makes the fifth farmer who has
seeded rlfalfa for the first time to
Greene county.' The other four ax
R. B. Fields, Frank Dail, Walstan
burg; E. Matt Grimsley, R-l, Snow
Hill, and Alton Mewfaooi, R-3, Snow
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Office \JH Hp N. 1*
mg Term IwM
J. W. JOYNER
Authorized Mortgage Loom
The Prudential Insurance Co.
DR. KENNETH L. QUIGGINS
Bank of Farmville Building
EACH WEDNESDAY?9:00 to 5:00
Eyes Examined ? ? Glasses fitted
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE BANK Of FOUNTAIN
. FOUNTAIN, NORTH CAROLINA.
AJ THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 6, 1?47
|l. Logpa and discounts (including No overdrafts) $ 416,021,62
2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 272,450.00
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions Z 10,914.46
4. Other bonds, notes "and debentures ! 26,000.00
6. Cash balances with other banks, including reserve balances,
and cash items in process of collection _ 128,629.48
7. Bank premises owned $1,629.06, furniture and fix
, * tures $108.06 1? _ 1,637.11
11. Other assets ? ; *' 1,766.69
12. TOTAL ASSETS ? , , . . ,?.$ 866,41946
"V LIABILITIES ' ' ''i **
13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, ??
and corporations ! 2 $ 690,084.61
14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, - -
and corporations ! 106.668.18
16. Deposits of United States Government (including
postal savings) _____ ____________ 32421.04
16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 61,87244
18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 146943
19. TOTAL DEPOSITS . $782446.06
23. Other liabilities 3,706.13'
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including obligations
shown below) $ 786,852.18
26. Capital ? ; ' $ 25,000.00
26. Surplus i ; 26400.00
27. Undivided profits 18,168.71
28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital). 2,408.37
29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 70,667.08
80. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 866,419.26
* This bank's eetftal consists ?! common stock with totgl par te$jj| of
31.s Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book fWae): x
(a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed,
to secure deposits and other liabilities $
Dledsred assets Dursuani to
Will ! wmm W |
Assets reported above which were eligible as legal
No traipsing around to stores and offices
when you pay bills by check the safe,
systematic and sensible way to do business.
PAY ALL YONR BILLS WITH ONE
TRIP. TO THE NEAREST MAIL BOX
On friendly aerrice k mil
matters wfll meet with
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