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12.00?6 koa. 91?8 Mob. 60c
at Respect, Cards
of Thanks and all Notice at Bn
tertaimr.tent for profit will bo
charged for at the rate of 2 cents
per word. Cask to accompany or
Advertising rmtea will be furnish
ed upon request.
Published weekly and entered as
Second Class Mail Matter at the
Poet Office at Fannvillo, N. C.,
under Act of March Sid, 1878. ^
TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC IN
, GREENVILLE, FRIDAY, NOV. 21
Dr. S. J. Phillips, health offiSer
for Pitt county, announces that a
free tuberculosis clinic will be held in
Greenville ? in the offiices of the
health department oo Friday after
noon, Nov. 21, from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Dr. F. P. Brooks will be conduct
the clinic, one of the regular monthly
clinics made possible through the
sale of Tuberculosis Seals at Christ
4-H CLUB ACHIEVEMENT
PROGRAM IN GREENVILLE
The Pitt County Council of 4-H
'Clubs will hold its qnnual Achieve
ment Day program, November 14, at
7:30 in the Greenville, Armpry. A
very eliciting program has been
planned with' prizes to be given
for the year's project acti
vity. Miss Eleanor Barber, assistant
State 4-H leader, will make thp prin
cipal address. The latter, half of the
program will be given over to rec
reation, at which time seats will be
removed from the floor to give
more room for playing. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Earl Turnage,
Jr., of Greenville announce the birth
of a son, David Earl, at Pitt General
hospital, Greenville, Sunday, Novem
ber 9. Mrs. Turnage is the former
Miss Janet Chestnut of Vincennes,
to- her bridge club at' the home of
Mrs. G. If. H&lden Wednesday after
Yellow chrysanthemums were
In the living dfota and the deco
ra tione on the buffet were two cor
nucopias overflowing with fruits and
berries. A color scheme of green and
yellow was carried out. in decora
tions and refreshments.
As guests arrived they were seat
ed at card tables covered with white
cloths. Center-pieces wope corsages
of chrysanthemums for each guest.
A congealed salad course and coffee
were served. Later in the afternoon,
coca colas and nuts were passed.
Guest towels were given to Mrs.
R. V. FIser who scored high for the
club and to Mrs. Irvin Morgan, who
made high acore-for guests. Mrs. E.
N. Petteway received the consolation
award, gold. matches.
Special guests were Mrs. Petteway.
Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. R. D. Harris, Mrs.
R. T. 'Williams and Mrs. Walter
Jones and Mnt Frank Allen, her
homwguest, Mrs. W. R. Weiser, and
gre. John D. Dixon.
SAM BUNDY SPEAKS AT
iAIHES NIGHT PROGRAMS
Sam Bandy, superintendent of the
local'school, was guest speaker at a
Scottish Rite banquet held at Clark's
in Greenville on Tuesday night of
this week. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Bundy and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Mr. and Mrs. Bundy attended the
Kiwanis Ladies Night in Jackson
ville on Wednesday night of this
week. The program was in the USO
building and Mr. Bundy was guest
Mr. and Mrs. Bundy will attend the
Wilson Kiwanis Ladies Night on
Friday night of this week to be held
in Wilson at thfe Zam Zam Club. Mr..
Bundy will be the master ~6t cere
monies and principal speaker.
Mr. and^Mrs. Elbert C. Holmes and
son, MaCj. spent the week end in
Wendell where they attended the
wedding of Mrs. Holmes' cousin, Mis3
Annie Sue Mattox, to M. E. Faison,
Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs.
Holmes sang at Hie wedding. Mrs.
Holmes and her mother, Mrs. Todd,
entertained at an after-rehearsal
sr Jack Freedman of the
97a8tore is starting a aeries of ads
this 'week featuring a weekly Pet
milk recipe broadcast .Saturday j
mojning over WPTP. Housewjyes
*are invited by Manager Preedman
to clip the recipes from his ad.
Also in the ad is a character
readers are invited to name. The
person submitting the first name
will be awarded $10; second prize
will be |6; third pHze, $2.50.
A committee will te appointed to
study the entries and select the
MRS. VICTORIA OAKLEY
Mrs. Victoria Oakley, 71, wife of
the late J. K. Oakely, died at her
home in Saratoga Sunday morning
following several months of illness.
Funeral services were held from the
home Monday afternoon, Conducted
by the Rev. L. Manning, pastor of
Marlboro Free Will Baptist Church
of .which Mrs. Oakley was a member.
Burial was in the family cemetery
near Fountain. Surviving are three
sisters, Mrs. Mary Whitley of the
home, Mrs. Bettie Harris of Wil
banks and Mrs. Jack Owens of La
Grange; two brothers,. Matthew
Hamilton of La Grange and Joe Ham
ilton of Fountain.
"Thank yea so much," said a
woman' to the man who had given
her his seat in a street car. "That
was very kind of you." V ? .
"Not at all, ma'am, not a t all,"
protested the man. "I know some
men don't give up their seats to
anyone except pretty girls, but looks
don't make any difference to me."
T. Andrew Connory,
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Farmville, N. C.
Sponsored by Episcopal Altar
Call 3686 for an appointment
Sealed bide will be
11 o'clock a. m., EST, Ni
1947, by the undersigned at
in tie City at Raleigh, N.
$186,000 . Electric Light,
Bonds Jot the Town Of
North Carolina, dated December
1947, and maturing annually on Ji
1 $4,000 1960 to 1968, $5,000 1969 to
1962 and $10,000 1968 to 1976, inclu
sive, without option of prior pay
ment. There will be no auction. De
nomination $1,000; principal
semiannual (J ? D 1) interest pay
able in lawful money in New' York
City; coupon bonds registerable as to
principal only; general obligations:
unlimited tax; delivery at place of
Hidden are requented to name the
interest rate or rates, not exceeding
six per cent per annum in multiple?
of onMourth of one per cent. Each
bid may name one rate for part of
the bonds and another rate or rates
for the balance, but no bid mag
name more than four rates, ahd
bidder must spec, fv in his bid the
amount of bonds of each rate. Each
rate must be gjd for bonds of conse
cutive maturities. Hie bonds will be
awarded 'to the bidder offering to
purchase the bonds at the lowest in
terest cost to the Town, such eoet to
be determined by deducting the total
amount of the premium bid from the
aggregate amount of interest upon
all of the bonds until their respec
tive maturities. No bid of less nan
par and accrued interest will be en
Bids must be enclosed in a sealed
envelope marked "Proposal for
Bonds ond must be accompanied by
a certified check upon an incorpora
ted bank or trust company*^ payable
unconditionally to the order of the
State Treasurer of North Carolina
for $3,720. Hie tight to reject all
bids is reserved. Hie approving opin
ion of Messra. Reed, Hoyt & Wash
burn, New York City, will be furnish
ed the purchaser.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMIS
By: W. E. Easteriing, Secretary of
| Commission. 14-lc
by friends here: "Mr*.
Eagles announces the
of her daughter, Pauline
Jeanne, to Mr. Thomas Hume ^ic
Cormack, Jr., on Saturday, the
"eighteenth of October, nineteen hun
dred and ferty-seven, Saint, Phillips
Episcopal church, Durham, North Ca
rolina." "At home, 611 Watts street,
Durham? North Carolina."
Mrs. McCormack and her mother
formerly resided in Fountain. 7
: 7? ?5 |
Teacher: dive me a sentence con
taining a direct object H
Junior: Teacher," you are beautiful.
Teacher: What's the object
Junior: A good report card.
We, the tobacco warehousemen of Farmville,
sincerelu wish to thank all of our many cus
tomers toy tl?
? , - .
piano toner will be at Hotel
Davis Monday, Nov. 24. For
service* contact Mrs. George
Thomas or Mrs. Shearin.
After my arrival
after 8 p.m.
For a United time only we are
offering full paid stock in limit
FarmrUIe Building and Loan
FOR SALE, WANTS,
LOST, FOUND, ETC.
FOR SALE: 2 year bid American
Boxwoods. Priced $2 and $3. V. W.
Fields ? Call 516-1. Ip
FOR SALE?Two stores, range with
water Jacket and heatrola. J. B.
Hockadar. Enterprise office,
2931 or 5533.
LOST: 4tubber-tired" hand cylinder
truck in town. If found, pleaae no
tify Briley Oil Company. 7-3c
READER'S DIGEST subacriptiona
taken by Presbyterian Youth Fel
lowship. Year, 3X75; 2 years, $5.
or 224L vi le
TOMBSTONES REFINISHED and
polished; Iron fences painted. Ssa
Gid Fulford, Route 2, Farmrille,
N. C. 10-31-4p
HAVE YOUR CORN . SHELLED?
We will come to your barn, ahell,
weigh, mad buy, if yon wish to sell.
Bug Oakley and W. E. FulfortL
FAINTING?We paint anything. We
work by the boor or contract. Work
guaranteed. Sare with spray gun.
I. i. EDWARDS, phone 396, Foun
tain, N. C . \, 7-4p
WANTED?2 or S bedroom house or
apartment. No children, no peta.
Apartment furnished or unfurnish
ed. HAL WINDERS, City Drag
Company, Farm-rille, N. C. 10-24tf
COLD WEATHER IS COMING. Wo
hare some nice car beaten. WEST
ERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE.,
JUST RECEIVED: Shipment of Lu
ny pastel dishes. 20, 22 and 45
piece seta. WESTERN AUTO AS
SOCIATE STORE. 10-18tf
TURKEYS: Place your order now
for Thankagiving. Table-dressed or
alive. Market prices. One of the
meat economical meats. Weights
range from 9 to 20 or 25
dressed. Alice Flanagan Farm,
Farmrille, Route 1, or Phone 42-6,
Middlesex, NT CL 7-2p
WANTED: To boy your PECANS
for highest cash prices. Will be
.open Wednesdays, Nov. 12 and 26
at John T. Thorne Farm one mile
west of FsrmvUle on Hiway 264 It
will pay yon to sell to as. J)r yea
may ship your pecans to as Express
Collect, prompt remittance, highest
prices. T, B. YOUNG A (XL,
Florence, S. C. 7-2c
FbR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ?
Electric washing machines, with
and without pomps, from $129 to
$189. SOUTHERN SUPPLY CO,
The Firestone -Store, FarmviUe.
JUST RECEIVED: Big shipment of
hunting coats, pants and caps.
Western Auto Associate Store. J
, _ ,
A Big Shipment of DAVIS TIRES
and they still carry an uneanditian
al Guarantee for 24 months. Got
Our Prices before yon boy.
AUTO ASSO. STOKE,
for year old
WE HAVE nearly full line of.radioe,
SEAT COVERS from
Store," Main St,
FOR YOUR SWF Th AR1
yg 108 Nortk Main St.
Phone 479-7?Flrmyflle, N. C.
Paramount f heatr*
FARMVILLE, N. C.
ft, SUNDAY and MONDAY ?
, LAWAJR TROffl ^
PLUS LATE NEWS
? THURSDAY-FRIDAY, Nov. 20-21 ?
PLUS lATE NEWS
Merchandise carefully selected to meet the most
FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME
? Day Phone 888-1 ?
Mr. Edwards 405-6 ? Night Phones ? Mr. Joyner 898-1
QIONSET ALL-STEEL BUILDINGS
"Quotations without Obligation"
EASTERN CAROLINA EIOINEEIIIO CO.
1300 West Vernon Ave.
P. O. Box 284 Telephone. 3547 Kinston, N. C.
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