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H;:T; ., I) MAIL CARRIER JOHN S. COLE, of Pampl'n. takes
a la t look at the Pamplrn post office anti a citation presented to him by the postmaster. The citation u.«s signed by Postmaster Centra! Arthur S inmtrfield. ramp ir Man ( arrier Retiror; Has Served Since June 1, 1918 .1 hn S Cole, of Pampl'ti. rural n cl carrier, retired Ma ch 30 after cemoletiiv.’ 30 yea 's in the postal service Me was p-esented an hon orary rccognit on retirement certifi cate awa’d bv the postmaster. J. W Inge, of Pamplin. from Post master General Arthur E. Summer field. Friends, relatives and postal em"*i yees were at the presentation. Cole was appointed carrier of Ponte 2. June 1. 191®, and has served: continuously since that time. n orsham M's. Hal Smelcer rotu’-neri Mon dav after spending the holidays with relatives in Dandridge. Tenn. Mi sad Mrs D>i: Spencer, and daughters, went over the Blue Ridire Parkway and spent the week end in Sta"nt,on. M>- and M' S Willie Jennino: III. njid Bernard McKav, of Richmond, were week end guests of their par ents. Mr. and Mrs R. H. McKay. Other guests were Miss Peggy Mc Kay and Dorsey Glass, of Rich mond. Mr. and M-s. Lonnie McKay, M ss Lvnette and Hugh Calhoun and M'-s. Mabel Bolick. and son. Rona ald Mr and Mrs. Asa Watkins, and son. of East O-anso. N. .1 visited lus cousins. Miss Mary and R. W. Dtipuy. during tile Easter holiday. Melvin Tribbli ef South Boston, visited his family last week end. Mr and Mrs. C F. Ellington were .luncheon guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. w. B Maiacia in Charlottes \ lie. They also wont to see Trent ; " listen, who is a patient in Blue Ridge Sanatorium. Mr. Ellington continues to improve. M s C I- I vine. Miss Betty LVi'-d I v:n”. M- La O '" -*reef eid C 11 T o • - 11 - - visited M-. and M-s Dan Candler in I.vnchburg Sunday, M s Robert Porterfield attended ’he f >nr-vil of her aunt in Hender son. N. C . Sunday. The community iris been sad den "d by the deaths of Mrs. W. C. Dices and C C. Haml.ett. Recent guests of Mrs. Stanley Mc Kay we e Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mc Kay and family, of Richmond. Lloyd McKay, of Norfolk. Miss Mvnn Loy Jo-dan, of Farmville, Mrs VV J. Pollard. M-s. Grayden Polla-d. M-s. Viola Riddick, Mrs. Franklin Pollard a n d daughter. Gavie c i Keysv.ile. and Ernest Pol la d. and family, of near Farmville. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chernault had • ilwir guests during the Eas ter vacation M ss Eunice Chernault, i f Cenngtcn. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Stapf and daughter. Ann. of Falls Church. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Beag le.- and Walter Chernault. of Farm ville. M.ss Suzanne Self was an over) nvht guest Sunday of Miss Betty Lloyd Irving. Miss Ivins spent Monday with her in Farmydle Mrs T W. Carter. Jr., and Mrs D L Merryman spent Monday in Richmond. M - George Spencer, of Bedford, spent Faster with her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Don Spencer. Verne Irving, of the U. S. Navy, n av s-at ion.-d at Memphis. Torn).. ;md Ins wife and son are visiting his lather. C. H. Irving, and other Look Out, Thieves! You’re Spotted Cy Radar-Eye p n eTfcfroiyo pu dneor at Natick. Mass., studying the psychology of hif'etfl s has rme up wth an in VFptim th t p-"’v make a cups and rubbers chase as outmoded as the w lid ’.vest R F. Ch°chi .- n w d1 uses rejitar rn detect flic unwarranted mr ■-. ™i n‘ of persons especially ♦bfoves -and objee's in private g pep s F'-ch ui ‘; p is lie*ee+ed l)v a Pira-.Fve machine I* weighs only stij "nm'is- and requires less current thfn a 60-watt b"lb The machine employs the sum ’ principles of radar used by ships and planes to prevent collisions. The machine “tames” the radar waves to small areas so that move ment is instantly detected. Anyone moving withui 60 feet of thtj instrument's antenna interrupts the held of visible light rays and in stantly turns on lights and a siren and hie for half a mile. While the machine is not guaranteed to appre hejid a birglar. the sudden flash of lights and the siren's wail will at least put him to flight its operation is simple. The owir r s'rnply turns it on at a remote key switch when leaving the premises Mrs. .1. !>. Dunnavant Kites Held Wednesday Funeral services were held Wednesday at Maysville Baptist church in Buckingham, with bur ial; in Community cemetery, for Mils, Ruby Moss Dunnavant, 48. Mr- Dam a- >nt v of James D. j Dunnavant and Diihvyn Ele mentary School hb'rii’.an. died Monday at a Lynchbure hospital. In addition to Mr Dunnavant. she is survived by a son, Jaimes W. Dunnavant, and a daughter. Mii-.s Betty Ruth Dunnavant. both of IBuckinuham. and three sisters. Mi>. W F. Thompson, of Nor folk Mr. J .H. Newsome, of Fni j> njia and Mrs 1 H Richa of [Nathalie. rel'itivrs. Mr. a fanlly. of Jetersviile, visited her mother. WecV end ora sis of Miss Oil e Porterfield and Mrs O '■ were Mr. and M.s Lopan Ham mocks Of Richmond, and Archer Satohail, of Norfolk. Appomattox Reunion Planned for May 5 A reunion at the site of Ameri can reunion will be the feature cf Appomattox county day May 5. Appomattox county will hold its bom‘coming, with a religious service at 11:4s a. m. at McLean house, wh re Grant and Lee mad' peace for a reunited nation in 136f. Dr Twvm .n Williams w 11 pvach on "The Certainty of World Peace.” Adm'ssion to McLean bousi will be free during tl'° day. A fewer show will be held in the O; • cabin at old Appomattox court house, and there will be an an exhibit at t! r old county jail. At 5 p. m , the Appomattox Na tional Guard platoon will stage a full-dress military retreat in from of the tavern museum at the old court bouse. and the area is surrounded by an impenetrable barrier of radar, waves. The machine may be set up so wl en pedestrians or motorists pass ? store the lights will go on. illumi nating the windows. Another aspect is warning children of danger areas such as' pools and excavation pits which are not normally guarded. Developed £j| I JR C and Printed l p6or8 7Q, Exposure J/l Expert finishing Deckle-edge paper Ne ver fade prints All vvork guaranteed A!) Prints Oversize! SOUTHS! OK SUNDRY CO \Tain at High Farmvillr Va I DAVE CKFTE, Prop Hunters can t be too careful with fire in the woods. When fire breaks loose it destroys food and cover for game that took Nature years to grow. Good hunters are good woodsmen. They are careful with ciga rettes, matches and campfires. m FFALO SHOOK COMPANY FARMVILLE AND AMELIA, VIRGINIA ONTINENTAL ( AN COMPANY, INC. FARMVILLE WOOD YARD, FARMVILLE, VIRGINIA ill THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! 3V4-Oallon TANK SPRAYER S 9-98 Compressed air type with sturdy canvas carrying strap. Similar to illustration. Black Flag j rose | bombs j Re*. I IQ $1.49 Also very effective j in killing all types of j insects that Harm ! flowers. 3 J8-lnch Cut ROTARY LAWN MOWERS e Reg‘ SOLD 579 95 ON TERMS A Certified make with 1,8 h.p. Briggs & Stratton, 4-cycle engine, designed espe cially to cut close to flower beds, walks, trees, etc. * Spotless Stores also slock several other rotary and reel type mowers from 18-inch to 22-inch cut. 16-INCH CUT LAWN MOWERS Rett. *21.95 QC Special I Uivv Sturdily constructed mowers with crucible steel blades, and wheels 10 inches in diameter with rubber tires. Grass Shears_S' 77c Atl-metal shears with sharp b'ades. Cut easily usAg on!y one hand. Hedge’ Shears_«•» 1.79 Limb no*ch type, with steel blades 8 inches Ic q, and wood handles. Green Rubber GARDEN HOSE 25 rt. ocq sort. flKQ Reg. $3.19 Reg. $5.59 ^»w«3 Liqhhveianr, durable hose with brass couplings secure'y attached. Also black rubber and plastic hose. METAL HOSE RACKS ?„? 69c Green enameled. Attach with 2 screws near hc:e spigot. STARTER ROPE R<S. S5c Nylon rope for starting engines cn power mowers, etc. Galvanized LAWN BORDER 2.48 16 inches high. Attractive protection ter flowers and shrubs, with sere top. Metal Picnic Baskets 55 1.25 Basket-weave des’g". w:fh carry ing handle. Portable Picnic Grills Reg. O^C $4.95 Heavy fire bowl I 5 ins. in diame ter, 20 ins. high, wii: > folding legs. Charcoal Briquets 5lbs- aSOc Keg. 4!)c 10 lbs. 7C„ Keg. H!)c 1 Give fast, clean heat. Ideal fnr pic r > c-burner ! HOT PLATES ) T l. Approve, W ith "7 Qf» [ Cord, Reg. $10.95_ l«3w [ swbch, I h gh and i lew unit. > Combination colors and chrome. i Wall | TYPe ^ | Ice > Crushers AUTO MATS ) Royal Twins 9 IQ Ror. $2.08 fc» I 3 < Choice qf red, qreen, blue or i b'ack. Fit all late model cars. ) TRASH CANS < Bee. < $2.85 < Galvanbed iO-gailo*can v.'th j bait thar lock? on cover. < t t 8-Play GYM SETS LIFETIME WARRANTY with EACH SET! FRAME IS RUGGED 2-INCH TUBING! Reg. SI9,95 Pitching Shoes Set ft Keg. 1 C£ of $4.29 Regulatin shape and we:gh* Includes a 2-seaf sky glide, 2 non-tilt swings, 2 c h i n bars, trapeze and gym rings. Heavy i _ \~ i_i. __ b- i a : j throughout; safety testedswinq chains; double bushings, and anti-weather 5 '*V -ish. I SAND BOXES j Keg. ) $11.98 > Has ad|u cable ) . canopy, metal j sea's and sloes. \ Baseball Caps Rlrn- gQc Rp.I 7r Ri g. 79c Rig. 89o ' s'u AUo other' types of sp -t caps and hats. Sanforized Painters’ White Pants £& 2.49 , ru i-cut and t- p 9 s' ‘che > with 2 pper tiy. * FREDERICKSBURG CHARLOTTESVIU-C WByW mm/ hotewell • faruvihe \_Second Door from Hotel Prince Edward NO. MAIN ST. PHONE 1076 FARMVILIE, VA.