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Mr. and Mis. Grmy Field*
daughter, Mary VOn, Mr.
Rola^ Field*. Mr and Mr*.
WiMon, Mr. aad Mr*. Fenner
of Woodland, and
of Lynchburg, S. CL, all
"The Loet Colony- pageant
too, Saturday night.
Mis* Virginia Eagle*, eft
ham, Ala., 1* spending some
with inlsl ires in aad near Walsten
A buffet supper was given by Mr.
and Mrs. R. G. Fields, Sunday night,
honoring Mrs. Oscar Bailey and
daughter, Jane, at Lexington, Vs.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Burt Beasley, of Smtihfield; Misses
Arnetts Bryan, of Garner; Ethel
Winstead, of Enfield; Jim Woolard,
of Richmond, Va., ami Walter Grif
fin, of Pinetops.
The Christian Missionary Society
met with Mrs. J. C. Gardner, Friday
afternoon with Mrs. Irey Smith as
program leader. After a most in
spiring program presented by Mrs.
Goin: Mrs. R. G. Fields, and Mrs.
Smith, the meeting wss turned over
to the president, Mrs. W. E. Lang.
At the end of the business session
the hostess, assisted by her daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. Jimmie Gardner,
served a delicious plate of ice cream,
cakes and nuts.
Harold and Rayonell Bailey, C. T.
Hicks and ?children, Miss Ruby Burch,
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fields, Henry,
Marilu and Bonnie Burch, Mr. aad
Mrs. Henry Burch were among visi
tors to Wilson, Sunday afternoon.
They visited several people of Wal?
stonburg who are patients at Wood
?Cecil Lang is spending some time
at his home here, after attending
summer school at Duke.
Mrs. W. E. Lang went to More
head and Cherry Point Sunday after
Miss Lucille Yelverton, of Foun
tain, and Miss Nancy Pruden, of
Wilson, visited friends and relatives
near town Sunday.
Mrs. D. D. Fields and daughters,
Margaret and Ann, have returned
home after a visit to relatives in
Mr*. E. F. Brook* attended a bridge
party at the home of Mm Carter
Smith, hi Fountain, Monday night.
Mrs. Sidney Eagles and son, Sid
ney, Jr., and Miss Kathleen Eagles,
of Saratoga, spent Friday with |?3
Mrs. John Craft entertained Fri
day night vtith a shower, honoring
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Craft,
Jr., a recent bride. After several cog
tests, a delicious salad course was
served. Around 76 guests were ha
The Sunday School of the Christian
Church held its annual picnic Thurs
day afternoon. After an hour of
swimming, a bounteous supper was
Most modern conveniences were in
vented and bought by men, on their
own initiative, to lighten women's
What small matters -people quar
rel over, as a rule. Even organized
groups show curious lack of discrim
ination in this respect.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of James R. Lang, late
of Pitt County, State of North
Carolina, this is to notify all per
sons having rf-inw the Es
tate of the deceased to exhibit them
to the undersigned at Farmville,
North Carolina, en or before tile
2nd day of August, 1947, or this
Notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebted
to said Estate will please make im
This the 81st day of July, 1946.
WINIFRED C. LANG, Administra
trix of the -Estate of James R. Lang
John B. Lewis, Attorney. 8-2-6t
NOTICE of SALE of LAND By PITT COUNTY
FOR 1945 UNPAID TAXES
' " Hi
Pursuant to Chapter 114 of the Poblic Laws of 1939 and Section 1715 of the
Public Laws of 1939, and by reason of non-payment of Taxes due and owing
Pitt County for the year 1945 by the undersigned persons, Firms and
Corporations, I will on Monday, the ted day of September, 1946, beginning
at 12:00 o'clock Noon, and continuing until this sale is completed, before
the Courthouse door in Greenville, N. C* offer for sale and sell to the high
est bidder for cash the real estate of said delinquents, briefly described as
This the 2nd day of August, 1946.
H. L. ANDREWS, Tax Collector for Pitt Comity.
> Name: Ami.
Deans, Otis, lY acres 1-$ 14.58
Forbes, W. E., 1 let 78.34
Mosley, Mrs. Elisha, 100 acres 31.62
Woo ten, Mrs. Sadie Corbitt,
34 acres 17.32
Baker, Calvin, 1 acre 9 8.76
Baker, L. E? 1 lot, 8*7
Bridges * Fountain, 12 acres
and 12 lots 33.85
Edwards, E. B., 223 acres and
2 lota, __ ? - 87.53
Edwards, J. A, 1 lot ?? 11*8
Ellis, E. E., 1 lot 30*8
Gay, O. T., 127 acres 52*0
Jefferson, G. W. ft R. I*,
4 lets 46.06
Jefferson, Mrs. Lam, 16
Owens, Mrs. C. L., 1 lot 25.13
Owens, C. L., (Hrs), 1 lot? 36*0
Owens, H. L., 3 lots .... 15*0
Owens, Mrs. J. B., 2 lots, .:?t 41.48
Peaden, Henry, 38 acres 18.76
Pittman, Dr. E. E.. 128 acres 72*4
Far* vill# Township?White
Andrews, Dennis, 61 acres ? 6 19.96
Barrett, E. U, 71 acres, 1 lot 48*8
Carrawmy, W. F? 1 lot 16.96
Corbitt, R. U 2 lots ? 87.71
Darden, Mae, 1 lot 85*1
Glass, J. C., (Hps), 1 lot 28.00
Harper, Mrs. Annia, 1 lot 18.00
Horton, Sadie, 1 tot 20.25
lies, a U. 88 sarssu ? 64.94
Joyner, Stewart, 71 seres 58.55
Lovelace, E. Y., 180 acres __ 9X0
Morgan, Mrs. D. K, 3 lots-. 78^5
Nelson, Mrs. J. T., 2 lots 42X5
Roebuck, S. A^ 1 lot 14.86
Rouse, Mrs. Jade, 1 lot 8.00
Trfpp, Paul, 1 tot 17X0
Tugwell, J. T., 44 acres 1947
Turnage, H. W., (Hrs), 1 lot 22.00
Tumage, A. C., 78 acres 59.72
Tyson, J. B., 127 acres, 1 lot 56.20
'Tyson, Wm. Ivey, 1 lot __ 15X3
Whitley, W. L, 1 lot 22.10
Williams, Dr. R. T, 1 lot 66.62
Name: i.'-*- ?iAmfc
Artist, Joe, 1 lot i, V.X 1L61
Artist, Ammada, 2 lots?.? 14X0
Atkinson, Robert,,1 lot 6X6
Bennett, L S., & lots ?? 22.76
Btoont, Joe, 3 lots __J 17X0
Led Harvey, 7 lota 41X6
Dupree, Daniel, I acre, 3 lota 24.79
Dupree, Jacob 6 Mattie, 6
1 tot 7J6
Exum, Harriaon, 1 lot 6X1
Glover, Peter, 1 tot RJ6
Joyner, John T., 2 lots 9X1
Joyner, Emma, 1 lot
King, Louis, 1 lot
Moye, Elbert, 1 let ?
McKimey, James, 1 lot
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