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CALL, ^6nE OR WRITE OUR SPECIAL AGENT
MftS. C. B. IVfASHfeURN,F^Pftifflle, N. C.
Or MRS. C B. MASHBURN, Jr* PHONE 402-1
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Now Located In oar New Offices, Second Ttoar of Hie
State Hospital Association Building, Main St,
TARBORO, N. C.
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Elks Observe Health
And Educational Week
from the subject; "Am I Mjr
Are Our Bt4tfc*%X?pfe? g??
4T. Aw*ibfe?d ijo^ver, Stat* Direc
tor of Civil Liberties brought greet,
fega frtm the Grand Ledge and from
ite Ti Willi Bt He aim Spoke
of the pngrMM of -the Educational
??Vil Liberties departments of
the Order. The Civil Liberty de
partment, be stated, has as its object
"good citizenship"; to have all KIka
to share their responsibility as uaefhl
and good citizen*.
Other participants on the .program
era Exalted -Ruler HrSaundera, Rev.
D. Middleton, Lodge Chaplain Rev.
ELE. Rountree, and Joseph A. Blount,
Master of Ceremonies.
The baads of the High School and
Elks Lodge, under the direction of
Prof. John L. Burge, furnished music.
Joseph A. Btounfc J. B. Gorhaai, Sr.
and R. P. Mount eemg**ed ?b?-PW
commitfea .?*.& ri
Facts Concerning I.B.P.O.E.W.
Have purchased between -840,000,
000 nod 160,000,000 Worth of War
fends. ..I '
Have given away in scholarships
Give* away annually between eight
ad ten thousand dollars m scholar
ships. Over 70 young1 men and young
women have graduated from' colleges
and Universities through the Elks'
' Easter Services k
Special Easter Service* will be held
Sunday morning at 11:80, at Mace
donia Baptist Church, with the Rev.
John A. Ifefcane, pastor in charge.
At 8:00 P. M., a candle light service
will be lgid.
St StfoSens A. M.'E. Eion Church
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of the Estate of Paul Avon Parker,
deceased, late of Pitt County North
Carolina, this is to notify all person*
having- claims against the estate of
the said deceased to eshibit than to
the undersigned Administrator at
Fountain, North Carolina, ?n Were
the 21st day of March, 1947, or this
notice will he ftauM in bar of their
recovery. A? persons Indebted to
said Estate will please make-km
mediate payment. \
This 21st day of <M?Nkrltt&
J. C. PASSES, Administrator
of Paul Aaron barker Estate.
NOTICE OF SALE t
Under *ST by vfcttte-ofthe Power
of Sale contained in Chapter 160,
Article 6, Section 69 of the Genial
Statutes of North Carolina (1943),
the TWof'Fodfttafat will, on Mon
day, May 6, ?46, at 12 o'clock noon,
offer for sale to the highestbidder,
at public auction, for cash, on t
premises, in the Town of Fountain,
North Carolina, Ute fWlovrfeg'describ
Beginning 106 feet from the north
ern corner of Square 11 oa-Wilson
Street and running treat with Wilson
Street 26 feet, cornering; thence
South parallel with Jefferson Street
109 feet, cornering; thence ea
parallel with Lang Street 26 feet,
cornering; thence north parallel with
Jefferson Street 100 feet to Wilson
Street, the beginning, being part of
Lot H in Square 11 of the plot of j
the Town of Fountain, and being part
of Lot conveyed to the Town of
Fountain by Luke Lamb and T. &
Uzaell, Commissioners,' by Deed re
corded in Pitt County Registry in
Book E-24 at page 411:
Also' the building located on the
The building is to' be sold first;
then the lot as described aboye will
be sold;'Uteri the building and lot will,
be sold together and the highest bid
der or bidders will be declared^ the
purchaser or purchasers of the said
The bid will remain open for a!
parlod of Ten (10) days for raised
bids, the purchaser or purchasers W
deposit 10 per cent of their bid t?"
guarantee their good faith pending
confirmation of the sale. "
The Board at Commissioners of th?
Town Of Fountain retains the right!'
to reject all bids.
This the 1st'day of April, 1946.
TOWN OF FOUNTAIN, .
By G. E. Trevathan, Mayor.
J. M. Horton, Clerk.
John B. Lewis, Atty. (A-5-4-wks.) j
FARMYILLE, N. C.
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