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Keel and Mm Gene
ton visitors Friday.
Mr and Mm. W. V. Redkk and
Jean Hodick spent Monday in Ra
Mrs. H. M. Mercer, with a party of
and Mrs. Clarence Jones wen Wil
son visitors -Tuesday. ' '.W*
Miss Pattie Wootan and William
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durent of 1
ston were visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack White of
West Park, N. Y? visited Mr. and
Mrs. Bay West, Sr.. last week.
'The Walstonburg community choir
(and, members of the Whlstonburg
high'school giee chib) together with
the Hookertcm choir, will render two
presentations of Alfred
Christmas cantata, "Hosanna in the
Highest," Sunday, Dec. 14.
It will be heand at 4 o'clock in the
Walstonbug Christian church, and
again at 7:30 in the Hookerton Meth
The public is invited to hear these
. "Why do you have an apple
your .trade mark? you're a tailor."
"Weil, if it hfdht been for the
"tipple, where would tjie clothing bus
Miss Mary Irrna
and approved by the association.
Mrs. A. J. Craft's sixth grade won
th* prise for having the largest per
centage of parents present. The fol
lowing committee wms fppointed to
?i2SL m?. alt Wrttm,
C. T. Hicks and Miss Msry Inna
Rives. Several of the. rhsifwip of
lie various committees gave reports
on the activities of their groape.
J. R. Peeler, principal jjf the
school, made a motion that the PTA
he invited to see the highly recom
mended religious movie, "King of
Kings," on Thursday, Dec. 18, at
7:30 in the school auditorium. Tide
motion was adopted by the associa
tion and it was decided to have a
very briefcfeisiness meeting at that
time and not have , a regular meeting
in January since it would come sev
eral days after the Christmas holi
days and there would be little time
for planning a program. All patrons
and friends are urged to see the
movie, "King of Kings," on Dec. 18,
as it will be very worthwhile.
Miss Page Davis, program chair*
man, presented Cari T. Hicks, chair
man of the Walstonburg school
board, who talked on the "Need for
a Vocational Agriculture Depart
ment.? Mr. Hicks emphasised the
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Court Pitt County, N. C., on De
cember. 1st, 1947, and by virtue of!
er of aule contained in that'
the power .JEIP||fl||R|p?pWMHV
certain deed of trust executed by
Jesse S. Gay to John B. Lewis, Trus- ?
tee. under oats of October 1st, 1946,
and recorded in Book P-24 at
104 of the Pitt County Public "
try, default bavin* been made to the|
payment of the indebtedness thereby
secured, the high bid made on
oember 1, 1947, having been n
by 5%, the undersigned Trustee, will,
on Monday, December 22nd, 1947, at
12:00 o'clock NOON, before the
Courthouse door of Pitt County, in
Greenville, North Carolina, offer for
sale for cash to the highest bidder.
Niro 1UI 1*041 W Uic lUgllCDV l/lUUvlt
the following described lot or pamel
of land, together with the buflding
and being in the Town of
e, N. C., and Beginning at a
stake on the west side of Main street,
Mrs. J. H. Da rden's corner, and runs
westerly with Mrs. Derden's line 160
feet; thence southerly with
Harden line 40 feet to Abiams Una;
thence easterly with the Abrams line
end parallel with the first line 160
feet to Main street; thence northerly
with Main street 40 feet to the point
of beginning, being Lots dumbers 2
end S of the Thome-Darden sub
division of the Pollard property.
A deposit of ten per cent will be
required of the highest bidder pend
ing confirmation of the sale. ,
? The sale will be made subject 1947
Town and County Taxes;
Bidding to begin at $4,726.00.
This the 2nd day of Decen
_ ? 2nd day of December,
1947. -" " ? -
JOHN B. LEWIS,
What a Record!
... we've got for assembling
the latest hits... . popular
and classical We also boast'
a top phonograph selection.
U nbeataWe.Christmas gifts.
US North Main St.
"Phoitt 479-7?Farmville, N. C.
EVENING IN PARIS
ROGER & GAT .LET
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Wallets for Men
* VAN ROY
ONE PIECE RAZOR
v and "
V- , BRACH'S
Shaving Sets jj
* ^gpEAFORTH ^
Bottle Sterilizers *
r INJECTOR RAZOR
S. Main Street
* the frogrance that's known
the world around for tf? sophistication
. and romantic charm - !n refreshing Yardtey Toil# Water,
and (n soft, scanted -"Bond Street" Dusting Powder. Bolh
"' * in a gay gift box, and bright Christmas wrappings. $3 JO
Try the Drug Store FIRST for your CHRISTMAS NEEDS
> We have a complete Mae of
YARDLEY and OLD SPICE Products
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. Hollingsworth candy and many other fine
gifts that will be appreciated
WHELE&S DRUG CO.
Ill S. Main St. Phone 3531
FARMVILLE, N. C.
? 1" * si V''"' ^
' Satins, Wool nod Chenilles
to select from:
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Beautiful Colore to Chouse from
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Playing the leading
roles on holiday gift
Bqputiful New Styles
A size to fit everyone
Printed and Plain linens
Z Gift Boxes Ig^ -g
Plain or Lace Trimmed
IN GIFT BOXES
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m 10$ ? - 'n *> ''*$& C'
All Nylon f*om Top