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3 V THE DANBURY REPORTER.
BANK OF STOKES
MAY PAY DIVIDEND
LIQUIDATING AGENT REPORTED
NEGOTIATING WITH RECON
STRUCTION FINANCE CORPOR.
TION FOR A LOAN, SECURED
BY BANK'S COLLATERAL.
It is reported here that a dividend
to Stokes Bunk depositors will bo
It is understood that auditory hive
been hero for suone tinier examining
titles to property in which the
Bank ol' Stokes holds a lien, and
that this formality is necessary !>e_
fore the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation will accept the collat
erals as (security for a loan, appllca.
tlon for which, It is stated, has been
made to the K. F. C. I
The Bank of Stokes County holds
first and second mortgages on muiv
thousands of dollars worth of land
In Stokes and adjoining counties.
Before the federal bank will ad.
vanoe money on such collateral ■
they must first be closely examined
and checked with the records at the
It has not been ascertained how
much money, if any, was applied
for by the Bank, which 1* now in
liquidation, with Mr. L. L. Aycock
as liquidating ag^-nt.
King, Dec. 21.—John .Mrtie" and
tiis sister. Mrs. Charity Lunkford,
have returned to their homo" hero
after spending a fw day* w!•:h rel.i.
tiva in Wylesburg. Va.
The Cabin Grocery «'o. have m'led
their store building from Depot St.
around on Main street and are «erv_
ing their trade .at the new location
Walter Thomas has moved his
famiPy from. here ti> High
Point where he will engage In
a motor freight line, running fron:
High Point to Baltimore and other
The King high school bnvketbail
team lost to Old Richmond school
of Forsyth county in a game p'ayed
in the King gymnasium Friday
might. The flnail score stood 1#
Eve>'ette Stone, of Hiigh Polmt, 'a
spending a few- day.* with his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stone, on
The follow|ng births were regis,
tered here last week: To Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Todd, a son: to Mr.
and Mns. Aldie Venable, a daughter;
and 'to Mr. and Min. Iloy Fulk, a
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Booe spent
Monday In Wlnston-Salem shopping.
George Smith, prominent plante.',
of the t'apella section, was a hu 1-
Ties» visitor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Co>e. of Beids.
vllle, are spending a few days here
the guests of relatives.
C. O. Boyles. Jr.. has accepted H
position with the Brown and Will
iamson Tobacco Corpora*'lon at
Wirvnon-Salem. He entered on his
new duties Monday morning.
At Danbury and
Services at the M. E. church next
Sunday morning at 11 A. M., by the
newly appointed pastor. Rev. J. B.
Needham. The service will be in
keeping with the Christmas season
from the theme. "The World's Joy
Services at Pine Hall M. E. Church
in the evening by the same pastor.
The publlo Is cordially Invited to
these eervlcbs. "Come and worship
Established 1872. Danbury, N. C., Wednesday, December 21,1932
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ai'd '"oi rain f.;i in. i h il'd ■-rust
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ment ' i! j.-'l a is IniM
'if |».ii'i.- tl)'' • !■*'• •-ai 11 m r Ik* aii
tii'n ii'lird fa!- .if i »r !nsh,
' that ii.irkiii" :> dillli-ul!. a ß*i«• its«ly
hindei'lnu i lin-tnia- trail' 1 .
In tlic rimutry. «iff tlie in tin liiarli.
way artri'ifs ninny of tlit* i-olliiUti!
road." arc* itn |ia-sa lile.
Thlp- js one "f tin- nmyt trouble,
-sonii* ."mmfalls f«u- I>.. .-tnlier re.
ported in many years.
Death of Frank Whitt
Ai ' Uh'iH.illy sho; iii t!u abdomen
on Xuvi-niiii'. I? while hiiirjiiu with
' his lirotlici.in-l:iw near Wilron's
| Stain*, «! t in i iifin Koiite I. William
Kinneis. Whitt. ."ill. ail' \Vjii.-inii.SaW'iii,
known to hi- intimate* "Frank."
pushed away Ala HI I|,l v afternoon fit
fn.ili ii'i'lock at a WinCim hospital.
Ari'an (linn to in formation, Mr.
Whit! mill hi* iiraitlii'i-in.luv, Mil
I'arroil, wot'' hunting on th|i I'armll
farm. In caiinp 111i111n(.*i' a .-liotcrtin
wis «1 i■- hII i:ri| ami .1 part of the
load .-triia li -Mr. Whitt in the ahd".
1111*11. Ill* »:l i-aill Vi-V'-.l tal II hOS«
I'it il in Winston-S lifin iiinl several
day* I.iii- an a• |llii 111 win per«
formed in an I'tYairt to save his ljf».
It was t 'iniii'lit "th.it tli' l operation
win a MII •■•■ I", however. during th-i
past ti*\\ il.iys hii- condition hud
lie WUH Inn 11 nt t'lommons, April
I". I s 7■». 1 -ain of \v. 11 and Betty
Holder \\ hjtt. lie liinl reshled in
Wliuitoti.Saleni for a number of
years aiuj for -n >ear« wa« connea'te,!
with !• ossle llrntlie's. He WUH A car
penter by trad". He was married
to .Miss Nellie iMrmll "ii years
anil w 1- a ineniher of Sprayue Street
Surviving are tho widow; thr.>e
daughters. Mrs. F. ||. sheppard and
Misses Carrie and Mary Whttt, if
two sisters. Mrs. J.
J. Ooforth and Mr*. J. \V. Dulley.
Mi'. A. J. Faiwsr. Mrs. Fa-sg an-l
Miss ICdltli Fa«K were among the
Danbur.v visitors in the Twin city
Mrw. Sal lie K Pepper, of Panbury,
and Mw. Lai 11 ie Joyce Fulton, of
Walnut Cove, visited \Vinston-Balera