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FARMVILLE FUNERAL HOME
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Mr. Edwards" 405-6 ? Night Phones ? Mr. Joyner 898-1
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A. D. GARDNER has recently joined us in our Cabinet
and Blacksmith Shop, and we are now prepared to do IB
kind of REPADT WORK on CART and WAGON WHEEL
TIRES, TOBACCO TRUCKS and GENERAL FARM MA
In oar Cabinet Department we wish to announce
that we now have a good supply of Serpen Wire
for Dows and Windows.
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TYNMLL CABINET & REPAIR SHOP
PHONE 45-1 FOUNTAIN, N. C.
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If a home financing "problem" seems to be pressing you?
don't let it get you down. Stop around to see us! We
will help you to arrange a Mortgage Loan best suited to
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320 EVANS STREET " GREENVILLE, N. C.
A. C. TADLOCTL Sec. and Treas. M ,
Leland Griffin, of Amarillo,
spent the week end at his
. F. M. Baton, of
I Va., left Monday after ?pendiac i
time with her sister, Mrs. W. B. Me
Mis. Esrl Tisf ami daughter,
Eariine, returned, Sunday, from a
visit to Atlantic Beach.
. Ann Hicks, Doris Wheeler, Imo
I gene Rediek, and OW Grace Gardner
f returned, Wednesday, from Gamp
Trimilea, near GoMsboro.
' Miae Mamie Bennett, of Wilson,
spent the week end with her sister,
Mrs. George Boaman.
Virginia Fields, of Raleigh, spent
the week end at her home here.
Mrs. George Beam an, Doris and
William, spent a few days in Wilson,
last week, with Mrs. Beaman's moth
[Mrs. Edward Hardy, of Seven
Springs, spent Sunday with hersis
4er, Mm. Herbert Garris.
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Hinnant sad
son, Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Windham left Thursday for a visit
to Carolina Beach.
' Luther Whitley, of Chapel 8iD,
[ spent the week and at his home
' R. L. Carruthers, of Miami, Fla.,
'spent the week end with William
[Beeman... ,? "*
Mrs. W. L. Mann had as dinner
guests, Sunday, her brother' and
sifter, Robert and Patty Wooten.
Miss Helen Beams* and Miss Ber
tie Aycock, of Wilson, spent Tues
day with Miss Beaman's relatives
NOTICE "OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an order
of the Superior Court of Pitt
county, made in the Ex-Paite pro
ceeding entitled "In the matter of An
nie Earidehe Evans, and husband G.
; L. Evans, and Johnnie Edmond Ed
> wards, Jr., a minor by J. M. Horton,
next friend," the undersigned com
missioner will on Saturday the 10th
day of August 1946 at 12 o'clock
Neon, at the courthouse door m
Greenville, North Carolina, offer
for sale to the highest bidder for
cash, that certain tract of land ly
ing and being in the Town of
Fountain, Pitt County,. North Caro
lina, and more fully described as
Beginning at the intersection of
Smith and Jefferson .Streets and
running in a Northerly direction 123
feet to 'Frank Lewis line; thence
with said Frank Lewis line m a
Westerly direction 160 feet to John
Bell line, thence in a Southerly <lir
rection with <he said John Bell's
line 123 feet to Smith Street, thence
in. an Easterly direction with the
said Smith Street 160 feet to the
beginning. The same being the
identical land conveyed to L- E.
Fountain by G. W. Jefferson and oth
ers, by deed recorded March 17th
1919 in Pitt County Registry. Be^
Ing the identical tract of land con
veyed by "L. E. Fountain to J. A
Edwards, by deed dated September
10th 1924 duly recorded in Regis
try of Pitt Comity.
This the 9th dsy at July 1946.
- JOHN HILL PAYLOR,
Commissioner. 7-12 4 wks
The government food purchase pro
raw calls for 32 million pounds of
NORTH CAROLINA . V ; ?'.*
Public notice ia hereby given that
the undersigned has qualified as
neuter of the estate of John T.
Thome, latei of Pitt County, North
Carolina, and this is te notify all
persona having claims against tin
estate of the aaid deceased to exhibit
16m to tin undersigned ait Rooky
Jount, North Caroliitsu on or before
the 28th day of June, 1947, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
aaid estate will please make Immedi
This the 28th day of June, 1946.
PEOPLES BANK ft TRUST
Executor of the estate of
John T. Thome. 6-28-6wks.
NOTICE OF SALE!
? Under and by virtue of the powers
Contained in Section No. 44-2, of the
General Statue of North Carolina,
the undersigned, ' Farmville Motor
Company, will on the 20th day of
July, 1948, in the garage of the Farm
ville Motor Company; at 12 o'clock,
Noon, sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, the following described person
One 1984, four door Plymouth Se
dan Automobile^ Motor No. PF.71952,
Registered in the name- of Albert
__ This June 17th, 1946. /
By B. 0. Taylor, Partner.
FARMVILLE MOTOR COMPANY,
R. T. Martin,' Atty. 6-21 -3wks.
jt parallel with Jfrtg Street
feet, cornering; thence north pai
Bel with Jefferson Street 100 ftet to
Wilson Street, the beginning, bet
part of Lot H in Square 11 of i
plot of the Town of Fountain, and
being part of Lot conveyed to 1
Town of Fbmftain by Lake Lamb a
T. R^UsieR, Commissioners, by
Deed recorded in Pitt County Reg
istry in Book E-24 at page 411:
H Also the building located on the
above described let. ?4; j - ?
The building Is to be sold flat;
then the lot aa described above will
be sold; then the building and lot
Will be sold together and the high,
est bidder or bidders will be declar
ed the purchaser or purchasers of the
The bid will remain open for
period of Tm (10) days for
bids, the purchaser or purchasers to
deposit 10 per cent of their bid to
uuwatoe their good faith pending
confirmation of the sale.
H?e Bh&rd of Commission ore of
the Town of Fountain retains W
right to reject alt bids.
This the 2nd day of July, 1946.
TOWN OF FOUNTAIN,
By G. E. Trevathan, Mayor, and
M. Horton, Cleric. *w|
John B. Lewis, Atty. 7-12-4t
: EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as Executor
the. estate of Rosa Smith Gay, late
of Pitt County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 12th day of July,
1947, or this notice will' be pleaded,
in bar of their recovery. All per
sona indebted to the said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This tha ?th day of July, 1946. '??
JESSE GAY, Executor.
Ml Ml OtCIISTM
JANE GREENE, Mgr.
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