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GREEN VILLETS SHOPPING CENTER
Where Too Fiid the Goofc Yei
Wait At Meaty Saviig Prices!
Ladies' Good Quality, Full-Cut Outing Gowns With
Figured Coat?Solid Color Pants
Ladies' 2-Pc. Outing Pajamas
Child's One-Piece Outing Pajamas, Sizes 2 to 8, $1.69
with feet or knitted cuffs and ankles
Misses' 2-piece Outing Pajamas, sizes 7 to 14. Printed Outing
Ladies' Snuggie Knit Panties or Vests in Tea Rose Color
' Regular and Extra Sizes
59c "*? -
Men's, Boys' or Children's medium heavy weight union suits
Prices for Children's, 89c -$1.49; Mai's, $1.98
Infants' Vests in Button Front or Wrap Around. 39c
Long or Short sleeve Styles
LADIES' and MISSES' ALL WOOL SWEATERS
Several Styles, Slip-overs and Button Fronts. All colors
$2.98 $3.98 $4.98
Child's Corduroy Overalls. Brown, Navy, Copper, Maroon
Sizes 3,to 14 years
$1.98 "d $2.98
Boy's Sanforized Blue Denim Overalls?made for real wear
... ~ $180"
Boys' and Girls' Sweaters?Slip-overs and Button Styles
Plain and Nove"
97c $1.45 andup
Boys' All Wool Sport Coats?Two-tone colors -$1.98
Sizes 8 to 8 years. $2.98 value. SPECIAL .
BEAUTIFUL CURTAINS in Priscilla and Tailored Styles
and Cottage Sets
97c to $2.98
Double Bed Size and Double Blankets in' $4.95
colored plaids. 25% wool. $7.95 value at
Spun Rayon Yard Goods in a variety of new fall colors and
Patterns. $1.00 yard. Special?
? 59c ^
White's Stores are always headquarters for
good shoes at reasonable prices-?You can
shoe your entire family here
Dr. Luther's Children's Shoes were $2.49. Special?
CHILDREN'S OXFORDS?Leather Soles
$1.49 to $2.98
BOYS' DRESS OXFORDS
$2.98 to $4.95
$2.98 to $3.98
BOYS' GOOD WORK SHOES
$2.95 I $3.98 $4.95
i's Retail, Oil-Treated, Seamless Back, Double Cord
Sole?Goodyear Welt Work Shoes. $6.95 special at
m ,iiiim .ripn' J"."'""'t
Men's Tan, Retan, Double Re-inforced Bade?Rubber Sole
$5.95 special at
> ???.iaiitfSa $4.95
Men's Tan Elk?Rubber Sole?Grain Leather Inner Sole
- $4.49 Special
BOYS' 12-INCH HIGH TOP BOOTS?Special at
MEN'S 16-INCH QIQ^TOPBOOTS-?-69.65 Special ?t
? i jWv 't? ?nO#a/0 ' _ $1*
tification booth at the Pitt county
fair would be and on the Communi
ty building the dub waste to erect
at Langs Crossroads.
A short talk on "Hie Niceties of
Everyday Living" was given by Mrs.
L. E. Turns ge and Mrs. H. D. Mo ye
gave a report on Family life.
The international neighbor report
for this month was on France.
In the absence of the president,
Mrs? Howard Moye read the namee
of the project leaders for next year
and plans were msde for the Christ
mas buffet luncheon which the club
In a Man'* Language
Send a man's Christmas Card
this year ... the new Hallmark
ChristpOk Cards for Men. Re
productions of famous sports
paintings ? game birds, bird
dogs, game fish?moke these
Hallmark Cards truly Cards for *
jyUfi Come in and ask for the
erwsiw eee sesms sea eswee
hew Hallmark Christmas Cards
for Men. ' '
10S North Main St. '
Phone 479-7?Fannville, N. C.
wu given 1
bera on the
brought several beautifully wrapped
packages for this ^demonstration.
During the social hour the host
Mrs. L. R. Jones, assisted by Mrs.
Jack Tyson served com .colas, sand
wiches, nuts and mints.
Mrs. Moses Tyson was hostess to
the November meeting at the
Women's auxiliary at the home of
Mrs. Annie Flanagan on Friday
afternoon.. *v"s?; ? _?';
The meeting opened by singing
"Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross."
The devotional fhken from Matt
hew was given by Mis. C. C. Harris.
After the program, Mrs. J. M.
Hobgood, of the Fhxmville Presbyte
rian church, presented -Mrs. Joeie Mc
Arthnr with Life Membership in the
Women's auxiliary of the Presbyteri
an church, given by the Ballard's
auxiliary, as a token of appprecia
tion of the work rim has done for
the church in the community.
After a jhort business meeting the
hostess served refreshments.
On Monday afternoon Mrs. L. R.
Ragles of Macclesfield conducted a
study class on the Book of Matthew
at the home of Mrs. Annie Flanagan
for the members of the Presbyterian
This was a very helpful and in
teresting study. We had as our
guests Mesdames P. R. Hines, Elbert
Tyson and Rosa Eagles.
At the close of the meeting iced
drinks and cookies were served.
Mr. and Mia. Larry Worthingtdn
were hosts at a family reunion of the
Worthington and Tripp families on
Sunday, Nov. 9, at their home. Th&
reunion was held in honor of their
son, J. T., who has recently received
his discharge from the Marine Corps.
A dinner was served on a table in
the ykrd, picnic style, which consist
ed of baibeeue, slaw, fried chicken,
ham, pickles, sandwiches, salads,
cakes and assorted drinks.
There were around 40 gdeets for
Miss Mary Elizabeth Worthington,
Mrs. Betsy Worthingtoii, who has
been (reriously 111 for thfe pact several
weeks, is able to be oat again.
G. a Nichols and Mack Ross at
tended an oyster sapper (riven by the
Red Men in Grimeslaiid Wednesday
Hiss LUlian Harris attended
meeting of the PHA in Beaofort re-J
* Mrs. Bettie
viUe, Pla., was a
her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bateman, Mr.]
and Mrs. R. N. Ghilders of Green-1
ville and Mrs. George "Worthington I
of Washington wen guests pf Mrs. |
Verns Joyner Sanday.
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The Prudential Insurance Co.
of America ? .
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*1.98 to *2.19
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1.98 - '2.98
MEN'S & BOYS'
$1.51 - $1.98
MEN'S & BOYS'
9* to *2.19
and 6 Colorful Glasses
1. We inotaB your bottle gas range for $19.751
where you boy your stoveT^r
2. We use Meters, thereby enabling you to
gas you are using. (You don't bare to take
what is In the bottle. You pay for gas after It goes through
capacity. Plant is located in GoUsboro. ?
L 4. We pride ourselves on the fact that we have the best
trained service men and the largest fleet of service trucks
in business. W *# wR W
5. We give free service to aB'appUances as long as you
use our gas. M ^ _
?. We service all stoves every four weeks regardless of
your stove needs iter not ^
boro Gas, Co.
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Farmville, N. C. Phone 4461
- Tarboro Gas Company Phone 375-W
Wilson Gas Company Phone 4082
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be seebiK me from'
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ads. A* yet,
Pi haven't a name.
How about entering
the con teat to fbtl
t? buy* in
a name-fi _
Store?" Prises for
Fifst prize : $10
Second prize $5
Third prize $2??
MONARCH Whole Kernel o$ Cream Style
CORN, No. 2 can 21 j&i
GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Ne. 2 can ___
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BUTTER BEANS, N<ft 2 can ..r? ?
BANNER-BRAND ' '
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE. 11 lb. can
APPLE SAITCEt No. 2 can , .A
DEL MONTI? . FSl&M?.2, ?
COFFEE, pound jar _ - ?
J m- For FRESH FROZEN
DRESSED & DRAWN?
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SWEET JUICY 25C
FANCY LEAN ? R*7?
PORK CHOPS, lb.
IONIAN'S HOCKLESS '
PICNIC SHOULDERS, lb. &7 C
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FAT BACKS m*J -- ? f^g^^Sg|
lb. __ '?
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Add onion fad potato. Cover; cook
.lowly 3 min. longer. Mis in
cavity of A_
cavtty. Roaet in
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