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J. West .
Clara . Moore and her
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Mr. and Mrs.
,,s on the to-
V. J. Middleton,
Mr James Moore of Augusta Ga. James and Mary Middleton were
". Kennedy cf Weldon
..it end pv.eHt of his mo
M. Kennedy and his
. L. II. Brown.
. W. Jordan of, Troy was
1 visitor in town. -
. ; no Shines pf Wllming-
iirs. . Norwood Oaks, of
re guests ofo&Irs. Henry
1 rulay. , t
L,. P. Best,' Sr., .who has
ay for the last three mon-
rrned tome Saturday. Mrs. celvlng treatment at Duke Hospl
l.iis boon with her daughter, tal In Durham. - " ' ' "
A. Jones Jorke in Concord Miss Mamie Chambers is spend
. n al weeks, since undergo- fag sometime in Goldsboro, visiting
. i operation in St Peters hos- at the home" of her aunt, Mrs. Ho
!, Charlotte. She yras acoom- mer Snyder, ..Miss Chambers is
i d home by Mr. and Mrs. 'La helping with the" Canning in Wayne
. UoaU Jr.,. of Shelby Who spent County, a project of the E. R, Ai
, i week end. , , ' ". k i Mr" .and Mr. A. 1 Cavenaugh
I r. and Mrs. H. L. Stevens, Hen- and Jenny 'Qulnn, Cavenaugh were
iy in, Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Beasley visitors to Wallace Sunday. Miss
Mi l Mrs. Paul Potter spent several Ann ; Cavenaugh' returned "with
s nt the Stevens Cabin last them 'after spending the Week end
v k. - , ; , ; . ! in Wallace. ' 4 "
Mr. John D, Miller who has re- " Mr. B. C. Slske of Pleasant Gar-
,tiy accepted a position with' den spent Monday 1and Tuesday in
( e Federal Government and is sta town , s" " ' - ' .' " - '
tionod at High Point and: Greens- S Majof and Mrs. Dudley Pierce
bnro for two weeks spent the week , and Mrs. Margaret Pierce Qrme
end with' his family here.'-Mlss left Friday, morning after spend
Maude Ashworth a sister of : Mrs. in gthe past ten days with his mo-:
Killers will visit her until she Joins ther, Mrs.T, B. Pierce. Major and
Mr. Miller In Newton where hS Mrs: Pierce going to Milwauke,
will be permailently located. - n - Wis., where Mayor Pierce will be
stauoneov Mrs. urme returning 10
her home in Washington, D. G
i ' t.,i,i m . J m
I jura. n.ULy nuiuer nuu jxuro cr
were guests of Mrs. Sallie EX John- visitors to Wilmington Sunday.
uoiusuoro .irioay. . , . . Mrs. Nunn of Kinston wasVhe ton, D. C. house truest of 'Miss
u '"""f""?" "'""rrr guest of her sister, . Mrs. F. J. Louise Farrior, and Messrs Clar-J
iM.amu 3" '":; Strickland Sunday. ,ence Brown and Middleton Htnes
imton after spending sometime Simon Reaves were visitors to Carolina Belch
WJnni hwtau 18 attending summer school afSunday night, they were guests of
; Mis Eva Swinson and her houso " . Rmnks..
guest, Miss Marie Wimuis spe .with q i Mri. r. m. jjrowden of WaUaoe
Beverai uay- m uum-uw. Mr.,,,,. - , was a visitor in town last week,
Mr. B. F, Outlaw, spent Sunday
Herman Outlaw, Clothing: Mrs. J.
H. Parker OttilH4 Develoemler;
Mrs. Rodolph Simmbnii, F,oiods -J
Mrs. Pennie Outlaw, Yards; Mrs"
Mae Smith, Gardens; Miss Blan- '
rne many inenas di m, Vur j ,Wf.eM Rnnri., m ;- H.,htr Jean of New York, r1""' .,"".",u. . .1U'iW.innmmt i.
-k r in . imiHw ohn. f i ., v Ww..,D 1 inp to nmp.r nv aiTicriTiir ,"k pw. nfl iovui vi wt -r.-..-i.,
ue ?'"CL? r"u"vr". " I Chinquapin visiting Natives." - City who has been visiting her I - tf. th,t " S lth ' ciotbine. 2nd; and Health 3rd. Re-
. raucn uuLter uuu i uumo n",io7.; J M T Dlll
with Mr. James Kouse at Iiddell,
Mr. :' Jim Outlaw is champion
fisherman of the community; hav
ing' caught a black fish weighing
10 1-2 pounds, i - vi? jche Sutton, Healthy Mrs. Remus
The Home DemonstraUon aub 1 Creel, KducaUon; . Mrs. Susie Smith
m with Mrs; Ed. firadv Hatux-1 Recreation, sent her, report and
day at 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. Jesse waa read by Mrs. Jim Outlaw. The
nutinw reiHdflTit noiiprf th meet, ' Judges rendered their decision in
Mr, E. J. Hill made a business aunts, Mesdaroes H. D. Farrior
trip to Newbern Monday. Mr. Hill
attended a meeting of the P. W. dav night. They were accompan-
A.,v being the director of District led by Miss Julia Farrior who will
No. two. i 1 y" ' ' 1 spend some time there as guest of
j Mr. Robert Lewis spent Tuesday' Mrs. Dinsmore. ;. ; .. : !: '
of last week in Richmond; Va.1' Rev. and Mrs. A.Q. Summers of
the tie that Binds." followed with Clothing, Zna; ana
thfl prinh cniiBnt. Roil wo raMcd ports were also Aeara
and K J. Hill returned home Sun-! ttnrt .a.h ---.v.; hBrt h.n Bkd ferent ones who attended the Dis-j
to answer with a sentence on some-, triot Federation at iroima- ceacn
thing we1 may do to make our com In June. A pumber. drawing con
raunity a better place in which to test was enjoyed and Mrs, Herman
li ve. These were interesting and Outlaw was winner in this. A
helpfuL The most outstanding number of bulletins, booklets and
Mr, and Mrs. B. L. Bartlett and Clinton were visitors in town Tues , number8 tne program were the samples of various products, useful
sonsw BUI and Ben Bartlett, Mrs. day. . , " project Leaders Contest on their in the homes of farm women were
J. C. Robinson and J; C. Robhison t " Mrs. Sarah Boyette s,utherlano reports this - to decide on who given to the twenty two members
were visitors to Carthage Sunday! left Thursday for FayetteviUe BboxaA represent the club at Short present. A delightful social hour
Miss Edna Earl Moore is spend- where. she will make ner nome "couMe in Raleigh, Misses Sallie was enjoyed while . Mrs. Grady
Hie. uoiueuernw u. . numc. i outlaw and Pauline Holmes and wun Mrs. Jesse uuuaw ana xars.
Mrs. R .H. Best, Sr" and R. H.
Best, Jr., spent , the ,week' end in
Chase City, Va., visiting at the
homefof M'rs. cTariHester . W. Hefty spent the week end in
ther Of Mrs. R. H. Best, Jr. Mrs. T.T.L? ?JL5!
ing the week in Mt. Olive visiting
M(ss Mildred Flowers. -
Mr. W, K Taylor left Thursday
for Statesboro, Ga.,' where he will
be on the tobacco market. ;r v
Mr. Yl Lequln of Wilmington
was the week end guest of Miss
Alene West. " t
Mr.'WiUUm Sloan and Miss An
nabelle Sloan of Garland, Mrs. R.
A. WUlis and daughter, Miss Eli
Her many friends wish her much j Mrs Ed Grady wero' Beleoted as
1 rSnow HiHNews
Judges for this contest Leaders
taking part were : Mrs. M, W.
Simmons, House furnishing ; Mrs.
J .H. Parker, served ice cream and
pound cake. The club was glad
to have Mrs. McSwain, Agent, present.
" Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scott of Mt.
Olive' visited at MiAlex ThigpenS
i Misses Dorothy nad Lottie Kor-
aabeth Ann of Monroe were guests W re Sunday, visitors at Mr.
of Mrs. J. W. Farrior Sunday. i Harrv Waller-a.
Mr. Edwin Sheffield of BUU L M f.
College spent the . week end wlth I Sunday guesta ptMni. Elbert Wal-
hls parents, Mr.' and Mrs. B. C.lac; LJ-
ShoffipM 1 Mrs.' Erwin Kornegay and chil-
. , Mr.vand Mrs. D .W. Boone of ,ana ! uu2ff
Charleston, S. C. are visiting Mrs.
Boone's sister; Mrs. H. L. Stevens,
Sr. Mrs. Stevens, ' Sr., and her
"' JLattle Mia Erselle Brinson of
AraDahoe1 U spendlnir sometime
upending the-past week at her - a . .
, . j . . v-r - S Mesdames Harry Sutton, and
Mrs Elizabeth B Vlek hai re-' I ir7 V V. 1 P"58 "Pent the week end at the.w'"1 " f"' fc"ls """?'
Mrs. MizaDew is.;,vCK nas re- tor8 ln the , home of . Miss , Betty , 5tBW pj,Mn , .. . I. Mrs. B. F. Herring and two chil-
..rned home after spendUig some- LnftoB Sunday , St' lnft, rf dren and Mrs. D .D. Herring went
ume wun ner lainer in j-oieraue- onv nni R. p. Foster and 1 . v. .... . . . . vinatnn lut Fridav.
' . - - - , w i. nr nwr hini pt nnn nrnrnnr.: . -
m nrii,.M. " ... .... - .. ; . . . .
, in-lawr Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thomp- i Mrs. B, J.- waller ana csuwren,
Mcsaames Clarence urown an their UtUe son, Robert Welboum
Jack Williams were visitors -v to ;are spending this week in Thomas-
jville, visiting Mrs. Foster's mpth-
j Mr; . and Mrs, J. D.. Brown pf
: " Garner and' Miss Daisy Brown of
Mrs. Bob Lanier is still mighty
Mr, and Mrs. Graham Reece vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lanier
Mr. R. H. Lanier visited his bro
ther, Mr. R. H. Lanier Saturday
night Mr. Lanier is still mighty
L. H. Quinn Friday afternoon.
Mesdames John Turner and Z.
V. Turner were the guest of Mrs.
Ellis Turner Wednesday.
Everyone is glad to hear that
Mrs. D. B. Rhodes who is seriously
ill (n the hospital in Durham is
Miss Fannie Ruth Maready spent
Saturday night with Misses Ida
Lee and Lorine Bostic.
Mr. Theodore Quinn was the
Tissii't a cold
son. - " i i Mrs. Ht . lynaai ana misses uo-
i Mrs.' J. "W. Farrior and Miss rothy arid LbtUe Kornegay and Mr.
Amelia Farrior attended a party H. D. Kornegay were Kinston visit
at the Sloan Cabin at White Lake tors Friday of last week,
on Thursdav afternoon, when Miss - Mr. and Mrs. Edd Kornegay and
Goldsboro were, guests of Mrs.1 Annabel Sloan entertained in ho- dhildren and littl; Alene Outlaw
Alice Brown Sunday. David Brown (nor of her sisters, Mesdames J. O. spent. Sunday p. to. at Mr. Ervin
returned home "With his parents,'; Bowman of Kenansvllle, J. W. Far- Kornogay's. - ;
Mr. and Mrs." Jf D. Brpwn after rior of Warsaw and R. "A.' WUlis : Vtfr. D, D. Herring and Edd Kor
visiting his aunt Mrs. Alice Brown of Monroe. Miss Mary Cromatie negay were ' business visitors in
for the past week. . ' engagement of Mr. Edgar Hoccutt Kenansvllle Saturday.
Miss Virginia Baines left Wed- was announced on this occasion. ) Little Miss Alene Outlaw spent
nesday for her home in Bpring ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Bland Pickett had the week end with "Lena and Nelta
Hope .after ? spending s sometime their guests for 8uniUyr,;iMri.'rMnes:ayv.,,.v'W:.:
with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and- D. S,loan and daughter, Miss ' Master " Norris Kornegay
Mrs. A.B. Baines. - XMorma sioan or ciunquapin and
Mr .and Mrs. Henrv L. Stevens and Mrs. Leon" Britt of , Mt.
and Mrs. Pauf Potter were visi
tors to Goldsboro . Saturday.-1 .
i ui Tntni niihf tiiv wnnra arm n d a ..
Mr. and Mrs Ben Ellis of NeWi - . t
Mr. and Mrs. Leon" Britt of
Olive. , hfHM v
I -..Miss Margaret Slier Has return
' ed from Siler City where she has
been spending a' tew days with
his uncles, Mr.; Ransom and Ervin
' ' '.0
Soviet is now garnering an a-
-If XTnwMfiU DntiViAlnii annnt f Vm
T , Tk Zi7 nl J 1 e1 f Mr. Perry Edwards Sat
week end with Mr. Harold Lanier. , iut
Mr. Burriss Hall was the guest
of Miss Estelle Thigpen Saturday
Mr. Cagie Houston was the guest
of Miss Inez Quinn Saturday ev
ening. Messrs Perry Hall and Batie
Thigpen were the guest of Misses
Dessie and Ozell Edwards Satur
Mr. Barney Qulnn and Misses
Flossie Stiles, Verdie, Vendetta and
Inez Quinn were the guest of Miss
es Ella Lee and Bernice Craft Sa
tubes mrm perfect. Have U tube::
Had Dealer wUI test thorn t'UUE! ,1 n ?M
ark, N .Jl passed through Warsaw , J.S! "ii0 bundant harvest
CalT?w V;Tr. Z "ah Smith of Magnolia were guests
a a .i.- w. ..j . Mrs. D,
iOT, mm.' a- orwitB. mi, uiu aim. i .
J. West Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs; G. prpridgen, Mrs.
L. Harvey &
Kinston, N. C.
Ellis were recently married and '-WAMr iM,TZ-'A:' am.M
SltSt ffitS' Miss' Ruth , Pridgen returned visitors of, Mr. and Mrs. West
Mrs. Brooks. Mr. Brooks will Join ..A . . .
. .. . . ., t ucoudj iiviu a.i.iMt uaja vuiii, cu umuit ouiiuajr wwiwwu.'
.a ....... '- r . unM..M 1 M.
! them for a weeks
f ' Mr .and Mrs. H. H. Waters had
"as their- guests for Sunday, M,lss
! Eleanor. Waters of Oriental and
JXL1DO waiuob o,twu U& ClllBLUU.,
, MTssIrls Rabb, Miss Elizabeth
Biddle and Mr. J.' K. Riddle of
Dover were, guests of Misses Julia
and Louise Farrior Sunday.
Mrs. A. J.1 Sutton and little son
Jackie ' returned with Mr. Sutton
Sunday to Beaufort! where he is
j stationed for a visit of ten days,'
Messrs Herbert West of Lauren
berg and" Robert (West of Wake
Forest were week end visitors in
5: ' - . . p r ?
; . ? ?
IIere: a fine how-dV-do. Someone gave, the- monkey, a ..
dollar bin, and he doesn't knowi what It Is. Oh, wellrthJ
organ-grinder wlU take it away from him quicker than
you can say "genua primates" or. toven "monkey: sees,
monkey does," so It doesn't matter.. . " ' ..u- ,
i The point Is, It only really matter when HUStAJJ BE- ;
INOS don't know how to act when they", get more money o,
than they've been accustomed to getting.' i ' ' ,' r-' .
Salaries In general" are much higher than they were a , ,
year ago. People are beginning to enjoy the thrill of hay
ing a little money loft over." Don't make the mistake of -not
recognizing that money for what It Is. It's security. ;
Put It into a savings account .today.:. v, .-. i - ' ,.
Branch Ba nkirip And :
relatives in Swamscott, Mass. Mr. Cecil and Johnny Westbrook
Mr. ana airs, a. u,Mumpnrey were visitors 01 far. win ciroua
and family spent Sunday ln South- Saturday p. m. " .
era Pines. They were accompanied Mr. Will Stroud and wife were
by Misses Julia and Allie Mcintosh 'visitors o MrMurphy Quinn Sun
who have been their guests for the 'day p. m." , , .
past ten days. i - ,, -; n;; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Whitfield were
Mr. p .R, Swinson of Wilson was visitors or Mr. and Mrs. Willie
a visitor ln the home of Miss Exa Stroud Saturday a. m. v t
and Mr, J .D. Swinson last week. Mr. and . Mrs. S. R. Chestnut
Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Andrews have were visitors of R, Jv8mlth Sun
returned home 'from Plymouth day.-,':;' i'-- ,.
;r , , f REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE1
DANK OF MAGNOLIA
AT MAGNOLIA, NORTH CAROLINA, TO THE COMMISSIONER
- OF BANKS-
At the Close of Business on the 29th day of June, 19S5
4 'ASSETS ."'v' V
Loans and discounts $ 88,440.52
Overdrafts iv............... 1,433.56
United States Government obligations, direct and or
'."i:-.'f,ff:::' fully guaranteed ...........i... 22,023.96
Other bonds, stocks, and securities 16,967.60
i ' ; - TOTAL LOANS AND INVESTMENTS . . . $78,865.04
Banking House, $1,800.00, Fur. and fixtures, $ 2,014.95 3,814.95
Real estate .owned other than banking house , 11,106.06
Cash In vault, exchanges, cash Items, and balances
with other banks 167,825.58
Other assets ..,,..........,....,,.-.,..7..., 1,665.12
Mrs. Margaret Paderick spent
Sunday with Mrs. Ray Lanier.
Mr. Edgar Ellis spent Sunday
with Mr. H. M. Lanier. .
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Brinson vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Batchelor
. We had a good attendance at
Surfday school at, Bethel Sunday
even if it was raining.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Whaley
'spent Sunday with Mrs. Bill Brin
son. Mr. Lloyd Browns tobacco barn
burned down Sunday afternoon.
Potter's Hill News
Messrs C. L. Quinn and Don
Quinn went to Turkey on a busi
ness trip Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Turner were
the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
ence Edwards Sunday.
Miss Rannie Quinn entertained
several of her friends at a birth
day party Saturday evening.
Mesdames N. R. Tingen and S.
D. Turner were the guest of Mrs.
Great Britain expected to drop
efforts to curb Italy. ,
British optimistic with employ
ment at new post-war high. 1
, Many people wear themselves out :
Clar- trying to persuade other people to
hail absent virtues. !
Money spent on a vacation is
not thrown away if the tired busi
ness .man or housewife gets some
real rest. s
TOTAL ASSETS . : ' - $ 263,276.75
Deposits of individuals, partnerships or corporations . i'
' payable on demand or within 30 days $ 101,642.11
Time deposits of individuals,, partnerships or corporations V -
. v payable after 80 days or subject to- more than 30
v; I:-': days' notice, , a...
Public funds of States, counties, school districts, ;: - , f.
' : . municipalities or other political subdivisions ...... 1,
iciui,iui ut uuicr iHuuui, vvuui leiiOTB ui creuic - .
certified, officers1 and travelers' checks outstanding
Other UabiliUes ..... i. . ?A.
capital account; - ' - ,t
. (e) Common stock, 200 shares, par $100 ' ' 1 i.
t per share , ,$20,000.00
. (f ) Surplus k", .". 10,000.00
fjg) Undivided prof its - net .,." 2,601.24
- lh) Reserves for contingencies . . . .., . 3,080.27
:s(i) Reserve for undeclared dividends ' . 1 '
on preferred stock and for accrued ' ' '
interest on-capital notes and .". t ' :
debentures '....'... . .i ..... U 353.44,
"V". 'r 1 ,
' Retirement fund for preferred stock or capital V V
1 'notes and debentures j ." 36,0345
TOTAL, INCLUDINO CAPITAL AOCOONTf -
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF DUPLIN, .
H. D. DAIL. Cashier, H. D. WILLIAMS Director, and P. J.
HEATH, Director of vthe BANK OF MAGNOLIA, each personally ap
peared before me this day, and, being duly sworn, each for himself, says
uuu ine loregoing report is true to the best of his knowledge and
belief. ' , . ' t '
. ' H. D. DAIL, Cashier. 'C 1 .
P. J. HEATH, H. D. WILLIAMS, Directors.,- '
Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 11 day of, July, 1935. .
b. a. hunter. Notary Public. : .-'i ,
My commission expires April 9th., 1833. j . j.
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