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\MI.1.J \'S HK.il SCORIXti livestock judging team placed first among the eight teams com
peting in a district contest at Verona f ranklin \n.ierson. left scored 299 points; Robert Hade 323 and Ri. bard ( uleman. 381 i. \V. Boozer, right w is their coach. Coleman was the high scoring in dividual in the district. Ml three «ill compete in the state contest at the 1 -11 club short course June 21 to 29 at Blacksburg. Jefferson Mi and Mrs. Ha-ry Rose and son. Ricky, have arrived with their tra'ler from Clint wood. where thev have been living for some time, and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Linwood F Hicks They will be making their permanent residence in the county. Johnnie Richer, of Columbus. Ohio, arrived several days ago to with his mother, Mrs J. A. Jerni gam at Hide-Away He lias been working with the General Electric corporation there since graduating from .Ohio State University last June. Johnnie is now on his way to Fort Eustis. where he will be sta Honed. Mr and M- - Claude Shaver were married in New York on April 13 and after spending several days visiting points of intrvest. they ar rived here on April 19 to visit Mr. and Mrs, R bert E Shaver, and fanrlv, for several days They have now csdablished themselve in Rich mond for the present. Claude is in j the Navy and his ship is docked at Norfolk. Bryan Franc s. with the. Air Force stationed in Florida 1 urpr -ed his parents over the Easter week-end 1 rning. • veil Pram ' ; Washington, where he caught a plane back to his station. Mr. and Mrs. E. R Jones went to Amelia Tuesday to spend a few days w 1 t h Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy. M>\ and Mrs. E. P. Hicks were n Richmond Sunday afternoon to ttend the funeral services of Au gust. Steffenhagen, of Clayville. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Hick's Mr and Mrs. A M Racer, and hvoe daughters, h a v e returned home after be’ng in Charleston. W. Va ove>- the week end where they attended the interment serv ers of Mrs Racer's father. Dr. Joseph E Banovitch, who died very suddenly at his home her Thursday. He had not been very well for some '■me. but had been able to be out ■n his car that day attending to matters of business, and some of uts nearby neighbo-s had seen him st. n for his mail that afternoon. M s. W. T. Jackson and Mr and M s Montolle Jackson gave Vir Tnia Ann Jackson, who was three years old April 21, a birthday party uul E :uer eng hunt Their guests included Mv. and Mrs. Paul Stratton and danglitn s. Joyce and Nancy, of Tamworth; Arlene Wysong. Mr. and Mi R. E. Shrencegost and daughter. Linda Mr. and Mrs. Ilar ' s. and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Martin, ■til of Richmond; W. J. Hill, of Fab ■■■. and his mother, Mrs. Mar garet Hill: Mr and Mrs. George Newton and grandson. Chuckie: Mrs. Annie D. Harvey, of Loving ston; Mrs. Homer Willis and daugh ter, Carolyn, of Powhatan, and Mr and Mrs. Roberts, of Richmond. Last Saturday Mrs W. T. Jackson went to Richmond, and on Sunday accompanied her son, R, E. Shrencegost, to Newport News to visit relatives there. Mrs. R. A. Cosby and son. Gabe. were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. M Carter and daughter. Har riett. of Lovingston. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Arrington, of Frankhn, were dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. A Cosbv. Mr. Arrington conducted services at. Fine Creek Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs William Bullock, of Wallingford. Pa., were guests of relatives at Michaux Grant and in Richmond during garden week. They v'sited many points of interest while here, and were accompanied on several trips by M s W. W Michaux and Miss Bvrd Michaux. Mi . ; Mrs Built ck left early Mond v morning for their home and M>s. Michaux went with them to spend some time there. Miss Byrd w 11 fly no there on Thursday for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs, I B Wilson, and sens, are leaving early Saturday morning for Hickory High School where they will attend homecoming exerctyes for the alumni. Mr. Wilson mted years ago, and then went on to VPI at Blacks burg to prepare himself for work with the extension department. He • Treat . your car ; to our big TEXACO • ; SPRING CHECK-UP BARGAIN! i > Give your car a real Spring lift. Just one stop, and I you’re all set for safer, surer, more enjoyable driving. > ALL THIS, ONLY $6-98 l m • Drain and flush radiator ^ • Put in anti-rust solution | • Marfak chassis lubrication (We follow ^ a chart of your car's specifications) • Change oil —Advanced Custom-Made & Havoline Motor Oil (6 qts.) | • Change differential lubricant to sum mer grade • Check automatic transmission fluid ® • Cheek hose, tighten hose clamps I • Check thermostat | • Check water pump _ • Check battery and cables, removing w corrosion, lubricate all body hinges, locks I and catches • Rotate tires for longer wear, Inflate to proper pressure. ^ • Clean air cleaner 0 • Clean gasoline strainer w • Check oil filter mileage Q • Inspect muffler and tail pipe 0 • Check shock absorbers _ » Check brake fluid level .. • Check fan belt ® • Check lights ® • Check windshield wiper operation |g « Clean interior of car g • Clean windshield and windows # # Service with an Eye to your Safety As members of Texaco's 48-state dealer family, we’re trained to service your car better . . . always with an eye to your safety. We’ll be looking for you. DRIVE IN FIOAT OUT 1 L. ...... FARMVILLE TEXACO SERVICE Phone 1020 Third and Virginia Streets FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA j is at present working in Amelia county. They will spend the week end wit! Mr. Wilson’s parents at St Brides. M and M's ... Bi \ , and son. <-f Richmond wc"e guests of the W T. Wili ams family last week end. M . and M s. George F. Person were called to Emporia early Fri day morning when they received word that his mother h d d ed the”e. Funeral services we-e conducted at the Pe-son Methodist church near Drew: yvslle S"ndav, with interment in the church cemetery. Those from tins community who went down Sun day for the services were Mr. and Mrs. Max Kilbv and Mr. and M s. J. H Frame and daughter. Helene. i ■» » i! M s. Florence Wo-d and M,-s. Nannie Smith, o' Richmond, and Miss Sue Wood, of Fayetteville, N. C. visited M s. Clara Elam last week. M ss Sand-a Chadwell. of Rich mond. visited her grandmother. Mrs. A B Barden, during the week end. Misses Elaine Carter, Dale Mosby and Tommie Griffith were supperj guests of the Stones Tuesday. Mrs. Varner Beaver spent Sun day with her mother, Mrs. Claraj Elam Mrs. H. S. Emerson, Mrs. Duke Dickerson and Mrs Ranny Denny were hostesses at a stork shower Saturday night for Mrs. Wayne Keener in the home of Mr and - THESE BOYS PLAY FOB KEEPS. Marble ton nament winners at Burkeville Elementary School Tommy Jenkins, second, Dewey \tkins. firs! and Hiram Morriselt tiiirtl. played in the county marble tournament at Crewe where Atkins won the finals. Mrs J. Howard Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Jackson and John Butterworth, of Richmond, were the supper guests of Miss Lucy Page Stone Friday. C. S. Farmer. Jr., of Washington, spent the week end with his parents. Mrs Noel Simons, of Wilson, spent Saturday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs J E Stone Misses Josephine Thompson and Mary Page Thompson, of Richmond, spent the week end at their home here Deaton ville Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Atcheson, ■of Charlotte. N. C.. are the parents of a boy Mrs Atcheson was Miss Irene Cifers. of this community. Mr and Mrs. Albert Barnard visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Borum Wednesday Ms and Mrs. Hiram Anderson, of Crewe, and Mrs. Howard Garnett and daughter, Grace, visited'Mrs. Bettie Carter, and family. Monday. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mc Ginty visited Mrs. Carter. Mrs. Julia Borum, and Ann, of Burkeville. and Mrs. Florence Web ster, of Richmond, spent last Wed nesday with Mrs.. Witt Borum. Miss Smithey Carter, Leon Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Borum. and family, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bell Friday. Mrs. Lou B Wilson and Mrs. Sara Vaughan, of Crewe, visited Mr. and Mrs. Witt Borum Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Overton, of Victoria, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Garnett 3 itdry Mr Overtun preached ai Sandy Creek Baptist church Sunday Ed Handy and Manly Pritchard, of Warwick, spent the week end with Mr. and M s. Henry Nash M s. Grace K ng. of Amelia, spent the week end with Mr. and M s. Joe Gills and Mr. and Mrs. Welch.n King. G RA Y’S TRULY A DRUG STORE LAST DAY SATURDAY! UiB j 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 } — PLUS A PENNY! Gray’s Drug Store Phone 56 or 57, Fa.-mville, Vo. ON SALE AT THE DOROTHY MAY FARMVILLE'S ONLY tAOLUSIVE WOMAN'S SHOP b* Grey combined with pink and taupe, roy al and mauve, tur quoise and olive or gold and yellow. c. Navy, black or . I1. Green with tur quoise. grey with pink, or yellow, all on white ground. 4 Soft, cool, gently-slimming and cver-so-flattering ...these Martha Manning designs for Mother's Day and on through sirmnery, summery weather ahead! 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