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LOCALS AND PERSONALS
OF INTEREST TO
Fanoviile and Surrounding Sections
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John Lewis went to Wilson Tues
day.
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Lee Knott went to Tarboro last
Sunday. - %
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Mr*. W. C. As^ew spent Friday in
Raleigh.
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LeSoy Rollins went to Greenville
Tharsday: .
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J. W. ,Winston went to Fremont
last Sunday. r
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Mrs. Chas. Bountree left Monday
for Raleigh.
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Chief Hobgood went to Raleigh last
Wednesday.
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W. J. Rollins went to Greenville
Tuesday night. ?y
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Fred Carr, of Maury, was in Farm
ville Wednesday.
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B. S. Sheppard, of Raleigh, was in
Farmville Tuesday.
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Dameron Fields, of Florida, was in
Farmville Monday." v l
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Bill Wilson, of Raleigh, was in
Farmville Monday. /
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John Barrett w?it to Washington
last Thursday night. /;
David Barefoot went to GM?
last Thursday night
Theodore Moors went to GreenYilie
ast Thursday night."
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Sam Pollard, of Washington, was
in Farmville Monday.
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Robert Lee Smith spent the week
end at Virginia Beach.
Miss Annie Mae Sinclair went to
Wilson last Sunday.'
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Cari Joyner and James Monk left
Sunday for Oak Ridge.
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Hubert Joyner, of Greenville, was
in Fanuvflle Tuesday.
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E. O. Bou -ough, of Bethel, was in
Farmvfle last Saturday.
Edgar Barrett and^his mother went (
to Rocky Mount Wednesday.
Tab Skbmer, of Greenville, spent
last week end in Farjnville.
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N. T. Mangnm and Rufna Rollins
were in Fountain. Monday.
Ed Nash Warren, of Speed, apei*
the week end m Farmville. '*>
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Ssimrio Heath, of Greenville, was
in Fartaville^aat Friday.
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WflUe Pollard and Jud Walker went
to Greenville Sunday night \ ;p--;
Mr. arid Mrs. D. R. Morgan motor
ed to Greenville last Sunday.
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Elbert Holmes returned to Farm
ville from New York city last Sunday.
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George Bucsn, of Henderson, is
visiting his" aunt, Mrs. B. O. Turnage.
Mrs. Nancy Tyson, of Ayden, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Ander
son.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edison Moore, of
Snow Hill, spent Tuesday in Farm
ville. k
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Miss Elizabeth Murphrey left last
meek to visit school mates in Char
lotte.
N. T. Mangnm went to Richmond
and Washington last Tuesday on bus
iness.
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones and Mrs.
Gene Clayton spent Monday in Rocky
Mount.
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B. R. Fields, of Greenville, was in
Farmville for a 3bort while last Sat
urday.
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Mr. and rMs. Prank Harper spent
last Sunday with friends in Greene
county.
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Miss Huidah Smith, of the Ring's
Cross Roads section, was in F&rmville
Saturday.
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Lynn Eason, who has been forking
at Morehead Cky, returned home
Tuesday.
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Bob Laving, of Roanoke, Va-, spent
last week with Jimmie Lewis; near
Farmvilie.
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Miss Lucy Ann Flanagan has ac
cepted a position with the Bank of
Farmvilie.
Ivey Warren, of Roxboro, is-again
in Farmvile to be on the tobacco mar
ket this falL n
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Mrs. Annie Shaikleford, of Walston
burg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
H. N. Button.
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Miss Mary Mozin^k who haa bten
in Griffcon visiting relative's, returned
home Sunday.
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George Morgan and Swifty Garris,
of Washington, werewlfccpvillf. visi
tors Sunday.
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Miss Elizabeth Sumrell, of Gjifton,
is the guest of Misses Mary and Eliz
abeth Mozingo. ' ' ' ?.& ??
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Miss Louise Sm^h left Wednesday
tor Raleigh wh^rt ste will enter
Peace Institute
fairies Cheatham, of Henderson, v
in FaraviBe this season to fae'on the
tobacco market. .?' ,? '
Mr. and Mrs. W. Leslie Smyth, of
Beksher street, motored to Greenville
Sunday afternoon. % - '
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Jm*. Dick IJfcondon has ?srt?ed to
the city as factory manager folr the
Imperial Tobacco Go* ?:%
Mrs. J. A. Burnette, who has;been
visiting her sisters in Faimvfltoi^kit
for Baltimore Tuesday.
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Misses Gladys Mildred Barrow,
of the Lizzie section, were to ifarm
ville Monday afternoon.
: Miss Lucy -Smith spent "a few days
to Farmville visiting her aunt, Mrs.
John Bynum,. tost ^eek. ^
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Lester Skinner who has been in
Georgia on the tobacco market, re
turned home tost week.
Miss Ethel Pittman has returned
from an extended visit to" Virginia
Bead) and Rocky Mo'^nt. /
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Marion Shirley and Charles Rumley
went to Greenville last Thursday
night to attend the dance.
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Robert Fields, of Greenville, spent
a few days last week with his grand
mother, rMs. W> J. Rollins.
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Misses Agnes and Elizabeth Wilson,
of Durham, are the guests of their
sister, Mrs. Haywood Smith.
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Misses Mary Louise Foontain^and
Edna. Gardner, of- Fountain, were to
Farmville Tuesday afternoon. >
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William Humphrey and Jud- Walker
attended thd'- dadce in ' Greenville
Thursday night of tost week.
Miss Mary Francis^ A)lbritton has
returned to her^bome in Hookerton
after visiting Mrs. Will Joyner.
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Miss Winnie Carr, of Washington,
spent the week end in Farmville vis
iting her sister, Mrs. W. J. Teel.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shackleford
are now occupying the new home just
back of D. R. Morgan's residence. *?;
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Mesdames W. C. Askew, Bert Mc
Cullum, Lath Morris wsri J. "W. Joy
ner were Ayden visitors Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barrett, of Wil
son, spent Sunday afternoon in Farm
ville visiting friends and relatives.
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William Small, of Hertford, who
has been visiting his school mate,
John King, Jr., has returned home.
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Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Gibbs and
daughter, Helen, of Lake Landing,
are visiting^Mr. and Mrs. J..C. Gibbs.
Miss Dippie Baker and her .sister,
who spent the summer in Morehead
Mrs. Wesley Willis and daughter,
Helen, of Edenton, are spending some
time with Mr. and Mirs. ML V. Horton.
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Miss Susan Barrett who has been
visiting Miss CorneUa Frizzella. 'm
Snow Hill, has returned to her home
here.
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Miss Thelma Brown Jackson, of
Chapel Hill, spent a few days in
Farmville last week visiting Mrs. J. K.
Cobb.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gibbs and chil
dren, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, 0.
B. Gibbs and children, of Lake Land
ing, motored to Kinston and Ayden
Sunday.
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I Dont fail to sve Jim Monk and Jim
'Edwards in double action on Monk's
| Warehouse floor selling tobacco.,pp
| Mr. andjfrs. JL C Woolard, cf
Roanoke Rapids, spent a few days last
$lP?f? Ml*, and Mrs. t, S. ffob
Mrs. Leman Newell and children, of
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end in Farmviljfe ^ki^Mrs. Satter
field's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John.
Gate,B' ,.,,
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Lifrgett and Myers tobacco buyer, has
arrived with his brfcfe to be hew for
the season. ' "" J
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Miss Lena Eason, of Greenville, ?
spent the week end in Farmville with j
her sisters, Mrs. L. R, Jones and Miss
Nell Eason.
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Cutis Flanagan, who has been at- j
tending school at Forest this I
summer, is visiting his mother, Mrs. !
J. Flanagan. J
Mr .and Mrs. A. A. Stewart, of <
Wilmington, spent the week end in '
Farmville visiting Mrs. Stewart's <
father, Mrs. Jesse Gay.
Farmville last wjek visiting her sis- *
ter, Mrs. A. B. Waltef. . \
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Mr: and W ^r^artman; of !
Raleigh, are spending some time in <
Farmville visiting Mis. Hartman's J
mother, Mrs. J. T. Dixon. <
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Mrs. BertMcCulluto'retunied to her <
home Friday in San Antonio, Texas, J
tfter an extended visit to her parents, \
Mr) and Mrs. W. C. Askew. i
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Mrs. Eugenia Scarboro and her ]
daughters, Misses Martha and RaK 3
chet, of Kinston, spent Tuesday in j
Farmville the guests of Mrs. John <
Bynum. I
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Farmville was delighted to have so <
many farmer visiters this wieek, ?d \
especially those from a long distance,* J
It shows that the Farmville Tobacco ?
is attracting them as new before.' - \
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S. L. Jones and children, Misses J
Mildred and ArQne and Masters Major <
and Lester Burton, have just returned j
Mg, fhm. bidding . *rte 1
of meetings. ^ {
derson, OtfmstUnd Bosto^ Vsi^
last Friday where My Waited rela
tives and friends, |e&nung home on
Sunday afternoon.
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Farmville extends the right hand of <
fellowship and a most' cordial WEL
COME.to the large corps of buyers
who have recently moved to this city ;
to represent the various tobacco tom
panies on this market Make Farm- ij
ville YOUR Farmville while here. <
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FOB SALE?One Four-Burner New !
Perfection Oil Steve with Oven, in ;
good cooking condition. WiH sell for 1
HMt. Bought an Electric stove and !
have ae ase for iL?Apply at. .The ?
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Radikis coding in nicely now. fi
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jl A six tubtvohedial control, non- IIS
11 radiating set'comptete with batteries is:
11 and tube^put up for A. ill
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HIGHEST AVERAGES
1 Our average on/tfevDpening, which was
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| not sold until Wednesday on amount of a block
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j was 27,1^ Thursday s sale wenrthem one :
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