PARMVILLE, N. C.
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Activities Of Women
The Presbyterian Auxiliary met at
the home of Mr*. E. S. Coatee, on
The president, Mrs. Will H. Moore,
presided over the business session,
during which announcement was
made that a covered-dish luncheon
would be served at the home of Mrs.
J. M. Hobgood on Tuesday, Jan. 29th
in further observance of Foreign
Mission Study, and that Dr. jr W.
Hassell would be gueet speaker of
the occasion. Mrs. Moore, also, an
nounced that an invitation had been
extended the ladies of the Ballard's j
Presbyterian Auxiliary to attend.
Mrs. J. M. Mewbom presented the
program for the afternoon, which
was' based on the subject, "Africa,"
and in which she told of the work of
Presbyterian missionaries in that
Mrs. Coates closed the meeting
Mrs. Paul Allen was a visitor at
Mrs. J. C. Corbett was hostess to
the Presbyterian Juniors and visitors,
Mrs. George B. Moore, Miss Patricia
Corbett and Preston Bundy, on Wed
Roy Moore selected for a devotion
al" reading, the 103rd Psalm, and Mrs.
Corbett began the study of Foreign
Missions by relating the story of the
life of David Livingstone, noted mis
sionary to Africa, which began
series of discussions, by members, in
an open forum.
The 100th Psalm was repeated in
unison in closing the meeting.
.Gingerbread and spiced tea were
enjoyed during the social period.
With all her experience, every
woman expects to do better when she
marries a second time, and some do.
Often the happiest moment of the
whole social evening is when a tire
some guest announces he must leave.
Secretary of Agriculture Anderson
has tabbed the U. S. farmer with
the "responsibilities" of plentiful pro
duction and market expansion in 1946.
Larger farms will increase the
farm income and expansion of rural
electrification will improve farm
housing, Extension Service home
management specialists say.
Chickens should be dressed and
chilled thoroughly to prevtet discol
oration and off-flavor from develop
ing in storage, says T. T. Brown, Ex
tension Service poultryman.
Whether a fanner makes out I
income tax return by himself or gets
someone to help with it, all business
records should be assembled before
With the demand for lespedeoa
sericea seed greatly ahead of sup
ply, farm en are turning to small
patches for seed to increase their
1 THEATRE 1
FARMVILLE, N. C.
WEEK OF JANUARY 26
"TRAIL OF VENGEANCE"
Chapter 1, "Purple Monster
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Latest News ? Cartoon and
Screen Snapshot No.
Joan Davis-Jack Haley?in
Charlie McCarthy la a* dummy, according to nine-year-old
Hannah Toomey of 555 East 55th Strest, New York City. At least,
lie to right there when It comes to a rood cause such as the March
?f Dimes Campaign, January 14-51. while Edgar Bergen looks on,
shows Charlie one of the new dime cards for school ehil
iron. A victim of infantile paralysis, Hannah was aided by the
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and wants to see
stber unfortunate children have the same care.
Jess Spencer read an article at the
Bird Club meeting, Saturday, from
the National Geographic on the Paur
aque, which is the Mexican equival
ent of our whippoorwill. Like the
latter, its enormous; eyes, large
mouth arrayed with long stiff bris
tles, and soft plumage equip it per-'
fectly for catching insects- on the
wing at night. It also resembles its
northern relative m the intricate
pattern of its feather markings,
which run the gamut of odd-shaped
spots, streaks, bars, and finely pen
ciled vermiculate lines.
Rusty-brown, black, and tawny pre
dominate on .the upper parts of the
bird, and the breast is softly barred
with soft gray over a buffy ground
color. A white patch across the mid
dle of the wing feathers and the
white outer tail feathers shows up
conspicuously when the bird flies.
Its insistent cry "par-a-que?' or the
English version "where-are-you?"
can be heard from dusk till dawn,
The writer of this succeeded in
capturing a Pauraque by blinding it
with a flashlight, but allowed it to
escape after examination.
Pecan roll cake was served.
North Carolina nurserymen have a
slogan which says that a home is not
a home until fruit is planted oh the
Final plans are completed for the
cooperative strawberry meetings at
Tabor City and Chadbourn January
30 and 31.
Cash awards totaling $3,000 will
be distributed to North Carolina
fanners in the Extension Service's
second annual five-acre cotton con
WANTED ? WHY WQJtRY IF
Afflicted With Any Known
SKIN DISEASE, Ask About
V-J-O. City Drug Company.
FOR SALE-AT ONCE!
Mrs. C. C. Joyner Residence on Corner of S.
Contentnea St and Pine St, Farmyille, N. C.
This is a nice home, Steam Heated,
with 2 living rooms, 5 bed rooms, dining
room, breakfast room and kitchen. 2
reception halls and nice closets.
? CASH or TERMS! ?
SEE - 2
J. W. JOYNER
Farmville, N. C.
We ar? Now Paying $1.20 per bushel for
YeHow, Mixed or White Corn, either?
SHELLED or in SHUCK
Delivered t6 our Mill
B. L. LANG
Farmville, N. C.
re Have on Hand
[leetric Water Pumps
FOR SMALL ROOMS
STOVE MATS, STOVE PIPE and OOLLABS
We also hare a Good Supply of Basal
FARMVILLE, N, C,
> Mm of ZENITH
TRUETONE RADIOS !
WESTERN AUTO ASSO. STORE.
FINDER will please return nek of
Cm placed ta back of net ono'e
ear through Mistake. Oscar Jeft
tier, at Bank of Farmrille. Itp
RADIO BATTERIES ? We have a
goad stock?Come ta and get eae
today. WESTERN AUTO AS
ATTENTION BUSINESSMEN I? I
am now open for some bus kit
connection of some kind. What
hare yon to offer? C. E. Modi in,
249-2, Farmrille, N. C. ftp
THE WESTERN AUTO SUPPLY
Co* announces its now musical
program, scheduled for every San
day morning from 10:00 to 10:30
over station WPTF, Raleigh.
BABY CHICKS?Best grade Barred
Rocks or Hampshire Reds, Jan. or
Feb. shipments $13.96 per 100 po
paid. March or April $14.95. $2.00
per 100 b&oks order. Address
Seeley's Chicks, 314 Church St.,
Norfolk 10, Vs. J-4-tf
COMB IN AND LOOK AT OUR
TOOLS. WE CARRY A COM
PLETE LINE OF GARDEN AND
WESTERN AUTO ASSSO. STORE.
NOTICE ! ? Bollock's Shoe Repair
Shop will Remain Open in Farm
rills during the month of January
1946. So bring ns all of your
Shoe Repair work now, while we
can take care of your needs before
moving oar plant. V. F. Bullock,
NOTICE ? Announcing to Farmrille
and community that we are your
Anchor Dealer and'can supply you
with Venetian Blinds, Awnings,
Track Coven and Tents. If inter
ested drop ns a card or call 62-W,
Tarboro, N. C. A. G. Sasser & Son,
1466 St. Andrews Street, Tarboro,
N. C. J-4-4tp;
AND GET YOUB
SELECTIONS NOW !
WE ALSO HAVE THE
Come and pat j our order in
tor one. Wo will have a
COMPLETE LINE SOON 1 !
VISIT OUR STORE FOB
REAL VALUES 1
H. S. HATEM, Manager
WANTED?PECANS: We will pay
highest prices tor your Pecans.
Doe to inclement weather, formers
were unable to finish marketing
pecans before Christmas, so will
return to Farmville, N. C, and be
at John T. Thome's Farm one more
Friday, (Today), January 25th, to
pay you highest prices for all vari
eties of pecans. ? T. B. TOUNG, *
CO., Florence, S. C.
Bay Bonds?To Have And To Hold !|
LUMBER, ROUGH AND
Windows, Doors, Roofing,
Gypsum Products, Cclotex
Wall Board and Ceffing.
? Phone 302-1 ?
Located Near Norfolk Sontkera
Depot ? FamvUle, N. C
For thirty-three years this establish
ment has been respectfully dedicated
to providing modern, efficient and
sympathetic service to the families
of Pitt and surrounding counties
during their greatest hours of need.
"SINCE 1912" -
FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME
AMBULANCE SERVICE '
PORTRAITURE and COMMERCIAL
- s 1
IN YOUR HOME BY APPOINTMENT
PHONE 3252 !
- 301 EASTERN STREET...GREENVILLE, N.C.
Joe R. Joyner & Son
Ambulance Service ? Day or Night
105 WALLACE STREET ^ FARMVILLE, N. C.
Joyner Mutual Burial Association,Inc.
If you are not already a member of this Association,
it will pay yon to investigate its advantages. Everyone
can afford to carry the protection it offers.
an. 31, '46
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9:00 P. M. ? ? Admission $2.00 Couple ? ? Orchestra
Margaret Smith, Chairman
Mrs. Frank K. Allen, Asst. Chairman
Tickets on sale at City Drag Company and by members of Junior Woman's Club
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g In our own State there are little children in need. Weak, maimed limbs
and small hands, clutching crutches, appeal to us for the help we can give
by observing our late President's Birthday. As you know, 50 per cent of
the proceeds go to the National Foundation for Infahtile Paralysis, Inc.,
and 50 per cent will remain in Pitt County. We have planned a gala time
teheLT* thrnk that thr0U*h y0Ur enjoym?nt' suff^ng Childhood can
elped Cpme one, come all!
We take pleasure in sponsoring the above advertisement: ?
Farmville Furniture Co.
R. O. Lang & Son
Roberts Jewelry Co.
Wooten Oil Company
Rollins' Cleaners 4
Eason Bros. Service Center
The Turnage Company, Inc.
Moore's Service Station
The "97" Store
7 K And Dry Cleaners
J ? ? __ ?
Sinclair Service Station
?? Belk-Tyler Company -
Centre Hardware Co.
C. L. Langley, Jeweler
Duke-Garner Company ;
The Bank of Farmville
B A W Chevrolet Co. Inc.
Williams Grocery & Market v,
Farmville Oil & Fertilizer Co.