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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, December 05, 1947, Page 2, Image 2

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Y. ___ Z. jHfr 11 which ?m ImM ia the day evening and was in? o* "We've a Story Nations." Mrs. B. P. the responsive scrip? after which "Joj to the World* was Five members, Miss Myrtle Nich ols, Miss Elvira Tyson, Mrs. H. B. Humphrey, Km. Herbert Mbare aa Mrs. John Andrews, dressed In the costumes of Japan, Hungary, Nige ria, Braxil and China, respectively, were introduced by Mm. Whsleee ai made talks dealing with Ihe theme, "They Call U? to Prayer." An offering for the Lottie Moon Christmas fund was taken after r.ll" Tte? and th? remenjbert?*. of After adjournment sandwiches, po-j tat? chips, cookies sod hot tea we served to 11 members. T1 The DiMakw iimlley of Group 4, attended by 27 member. and a tor, waa held in tie borne of Ted Albrittt* Ttaeeday "Hidden Aanm" from the "World Gall" were itiiweeil for the pro were hwited to attend The if to have is to... The race between fuel oil supply and demand is neck and neck right now, even with the oil industry's record post-war production. Thaf s why we're cotmhtg right to 70a with this appeal to conserve fuel this winter. There should be enough fuel oil for everyone ... if the weather isn't too severe .... and if home owners will cooperate by using less. Start saving today. Don't waste heat in rooms not used' very often... . open fewer windows at night This winter you'll save more than mssny by saving fjnel? you'll be guarding your own comfort You can help us and help yourself by saving fuel Oil NOW! THE OIL YOU SAVE TODAY.... May keep YOU WARM this WINTER! Briley Oil Co. Dial 223-1 West Wflson Street FARMVILLE, N. C. I owners of cars will haye to have their caninspect edby State Highway Inspectors for Brakes, Lights, Wheel Adjustment, Tie Rod Ends, Steering, Muffler, Tail Pipe, Rear View Mfrrow, Windshield Wiper, Horn ; _ . J /tl *yt H- >r* ? ? r ?'' " ~ V- ?'t' j the Safety Lane. Then you can hare the necessary re pairs made so your car wiU readily pans State require- I ' ,-.k--<i*4 .r .1-?as--i,rs^>r,ir.>:L ?w e just received mid installed1 a 1 A headlight testing machine is wn ??j? Phone 4001 II a. in.?I job; third Sunday, morning I Bar. 1 R. Chfft Minister nday: 10 a. m.?Sandn T. EU Joymsr, Jr., supt. 11 a. 0:80 p. 3.?Youth Fellow ship, Mte Edna Boone, counsellor 7:30 p. m.?Sermon. 1 . MISSIONARY BAPTIST Rot. E. W. Holmes, Minister Sunday: 9:46 a. m. ? Sunday School, R. N. Freeman, aopt 11 a. m. ?Sermon. 6:30 p. m.?Training Union, Mrs. J. W. Idler, director. 7:80 p., m.?Sermon . Wednesday: 7:80 p. m.?Prayer service. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Rot. Godwin, Minister Sunday: 10 a. m.?Sunday School Mrs. Curtis Massey, supt. U a. m.? Sermon. 7:80 p. ra.?Sermon. Thurs day: 7:30 p. m.?Prayer service. PRESBYTERIAN Rot. E. S. Coatee, Minister Sunday: 10 a. m.?Sunday School, Bhtnice Turaage, supt. 11 "a. m.? Sermon: 2 p. m.?Youth Fellowship, Mrs. W. P. Easley, adviser. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST J. B. Roberts, Minister Second Saturday and Sunday: 11 . m.?Sermon. SAINT ELIZABETH'S CATHOUC H Father Loyola CLeary, Priest Daily: 7:80 a. m.?Mar... Sunday: 9:30 a. m Mists Thursday: 7:80 p. m.?Discussion group. the _ Woman's day program at the church Sunday night and plans for serving refreshments at the next Woman's council meeting were made. The group decided to meet at the church during the winter mouths. " Sandwiches, stuffed dates, ham biscuits, cheese strews end coffee were served by the hostess. Ars. Florence Thome conducted the "Hidden Answers" quiz at the meeting of Group 3 Tuesday night. Following the business session in which the Christnias cards sale was discussed, the hostess, His. J. E. By num, served fruit gelatine topped with cream and cake, % There were 11 members and 1 visi tor present. 666 rW ft C*U Ml,.,hi ?M tM ???( UpM CM h At t?.!. LIQUID COLD PIIPAftATION CauRoi* Um onlt <B dMsud ' I, ? ?? We all have a tough time, what with taxes and .the demands of our wife and children; but we must like it or we wouldn't put up with it tel W / { # J f V'JM ?m ?" *L. w ??. ?Tm ?'V* 4 ?r^i&v L . .WsS&aSjfc JAMES FENNIMORE COOPER, one of Americb's great authors, and one of our beloved country's most distinguished citizens, noticed that a large number of the fa'miljes could not offprd to purchase Bibles, and along with several associates during 1816, founded the American Bible Society. They had one grand object, and that was to put a Bible in every home, especially among the pioneers* That Bible Society has grown and today there is greater interest be ,ing taken , in it than ever before. There is no place in the world where the Bible, is not to be found. Commencing with July, 1940, there were four million six hundred twenty-four thousand three hundred, fifty-four :.1- ? - ? ? ' ' ' , ? %?* ;:5 ? v. .-y 7?"." -v .. --'\, /?; x'' - . ? - copies of the New Testament furnished our men and women marching under the colors. It'hdS also placed with our service people ond others, two hundred seventy-seven thousand one hundred eighty-five Bibles and single books of the Bible, totalling one million three hundred thirteen thousand one hundred forty-two. ^ ^ , R ? AD THE BIBLE DAILY ?-H ??? This Space Contributed In the Interest of wsm jjirw* Churches by the Following WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE C. H. Jojmer, Owner B & W CHEVROLET CO., Inc. Sales and Service : FARMVILLE FREEZER LOCKER& Chi Ding, Aging, Coring, Processing and Storing Phone 380-6 ? - . i WILLIS FUEL ilflj DUHlEE'SDEPi Tlltt Dftfli #AW T /ICIre I The Best tor Less >REW?GR< > ? '? * ? PS': Dial 3096 i-l IMP m MOORE-SPEIGHT SERVICE STATION Keroeene and Fuel Oil Far A1 Purposes SAM HElliER and SON jjlj More Value For Tour Money R. A. PARKER MOTOR CO., Inc. farmvillbT IMPLEMENT CO. ? ? - For Your Family's Clothing Needs , FARMVILLE BONDED WAREHOUSE ' C. MONK & CO, Inc."

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