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Ml 111 in rVi,
Miss Klisabeth Jennlng*. of
Lenoir, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. C.
Jennings at Pores Knob.
Mr. Prank Watson was among
those attending the State-V. P. I.
football game Saturday in Win
Mrs. J. M. Palmer, of City Flo
rists, is attending a florists con
vention in Charlotte today and
Miss Margaret Pritchett, of A.
S. T. C., Boone, spent the week
end with Miss Dorothy Jennings
at Pores Knob.
Mr. E. E. Myers, of Greer, S. C.,
visited his mother, Mrs., T. C. Pos
er, of Wilkesboro route one, Sat
Mr. and Mrs.. Cecil Wiles and
.. V*/ , daughters. Doris and Carolyn,
(2) soothes irritation, (3) relieves ! of this city, spent the week-end
transient nasal congestion ... And ' ^ith Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Winters
brines greater breathing
irt. You’ll like mf ■($ v jf
_ JOu Letu Shniniite, of North
^lUltoeboro, .route one was a vis
itor In West Jefleraon Saturday.
Mr. W. J. Caroon, attended the
State-V. P. I. football game in
Mr. R. C. Jennings. Jr., of
Statesville, spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
C, Jennings, at Pores Knob.
Mrs. J. M. Bumgarner and
daughter, Miss Helen Bumgarner,
who are now residing in Char
lotte, spent the week-end in
Do this—Tiy S-pofwoM Va-tro-nol.
It (1) shrinks swollen membranes.
it. Follow directions
in folder. VA-TRO-IIOl
in Laurinburg. Mrs. D. G. Wiles
accompanied them home after
spending a week there.
Mary Martin and Bing Crosby head ..rlk, gpoat cast of
laugh-makers in Birth of Blues comiA# to the Liberty
Theatre Thursday and Friday. Featured With Bing and
Mary will be seen Carolyn Lee, Rochester and Brian
Undor al^.hy TirWe o^_
er, contained in a certi'
Thiist 'executed by Je.
Foster and- her. ^ hnshai
Foster, said Jfw
corded in Book 202, w#e,
Wilkea County , Jkfflstm ^
ing been.made in tne pflyntem m
tiic note secured therwy ana «
note, the undersigfflsd ^Stee wjll
sell the land hereto des^M ^
public auction'fmr -caahf to'npnt ®^'
Walter Wellborn’s Service Station,
Wilkes County, North Carolina, to
EYiday, December 12th, 1941 at D
o’clock a. m. the following describ
ed real estate, to wit
Beginning on a stake former
a chestnut now dead and down, W.
D. Adams and W. D. Rumoles’ cor
ner and running South 84 degrees
East 48 rods to a white oak; tneuce
North 48 degrees West 40 rods to
a stone and pine in said Adams
and Rumples’ line; thence South 8
degrees jWest 48 rods to the be
ginning, containing 12 acres, more
'This the 6th day of November,
EARL C. JAMES, Trustee
11P' W The Picture All
n r n F 1 North Wilkesboro
11 la 11 lai Has Been Waiting for
A NEW WARNER TRIUMPH, with '
WALTER BRENNAN-JOAN LESLIE
G£ORG£ TOBIAS • STANLEY RtOCES
^A HOWARD HAWKS PRODUCTION
deduced by -lesse L Lasky and Hal B. Walhs
I Ut»m PWI w A*»« rwM a mror c**m.v — swe*. a m« r-^rnm • sa
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Meadows, | A son. Terry Kent, was born
of Martinville, Va„ spent the j Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Gran-
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R.C. . vllle Barlow at tnelr home on P
Meadows at Pores Knob.
Mr. W. B. Warner, of Wilkes
boro. left today to take a job in
the Martin airplane factory in
Mr. T. H. Thompson, o£ this
ctiy, was among those attending
the Duke-Davidson football game
at Davidson Saturday.
Work is progressing on the new
home to be occupied when com- ' ’ , , , , . ...
pleted bv Mr. R C. Goodwin j and had as his gues , h.s
and family. The new residence is !r~te, Mr, Jim HasseU, of
located on Highway 421 about .J^enion.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kizer and
their niece, LitDe Miss Betsy Keith
BoBwman, and Mr. Dwight Nich
ols were visitors to Winston-Salem
Saturday afternoon, where they
attended the State-V. P. I. foot
ball game. V. P. I. won 14-13.
COMMISSIONERS SALE OF
Under and by virtue of thej
power of sale contained in an i
der from the Superior court of
Wilkes county, in an action en |
titled Wilkes county vs. William
Dowell, and wife Mrs. William |
Dowel, James Dowell and wife,
Nora Dowell, Johnie Martin and
wife EXta Martin.
The undersigned Commissioner
will on the 6th day of December
Mr. Sam Smoak, who is in school 11941, at the courthwse door in
— - • - Wilkesboro, North Carolina, sell
at State College at Raleigh, was
here for the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. 0
two miles west of the city.
Mr. Biicky Faw has returned
to Rome, Ga.. where he is a stu
dent of the Darlington School,
after spending several days in the
city with his parents, Mr, and
Mrs. C. C. Faw.
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith had
as their guests last week Mrs.
Smith’s mother and sister, Mrs. H. |
A. McLeod and Mrs. Roderick Md-
Iver, and her small son, of Cheraw,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams. Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Adams and
daughters, Virginia and Bei".lee,
all of North Wilkesboro, -. jute
one, spent Sunday in Winston-
Salem with Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Among those from Wilkesbo-
ros who attended the State-V.P.I.
football game in Winston-Salem
Saturday were: Mayor and Mrs.
R. T. McNiel,; Miss Billie Barnes.
North Wilkesboro. sponsor, and
escort Mr. Paul Haigwood,; May-:
or H. A. Cranor, of Wilkesboro;
Miss Goldia Erickson, Wilkesboro
sponsor, and her escort, Mr. R-
Michael; Mr. Dick Dwyn, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cawood,
of .Maryville. Tenn., were week
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
Gibbs. Mr. Cawood is manager of
the J. C. Penney Company store
in Maryville, while Mr. Gibbs is
manager of the local Penney
store. Mr. and Mrs. Cawood
were greatly impressed with our
thriving lltttle city.
Junior Order Will
Meet Tuesday Night
An Interesting meeting of the
North Wilkesboro council of the
Junior Order will be held Tues
day evenfrig. T'r’SO.^Officers will
be nominated and degree work
will be carried out. Refreshments
will be served at the meeting
A large attendance is especially
Time Of Service At
Boiling brings Changed
Rev. J. G. Huffman, pastor,
has announced that time of ser
vices at Bolling Springs Baptist
church have been changed from
the first to the third Saturday
night and Sunday. 11 a. m. All
are invited to the church services
at public auction to the —„
bidder for cash at the hour of 12
M. Noon, the following described i
rdal estate situated in Edwaj-ds
township Wilkes county, N. C., and,
bbunded as follows; |
Being two acres of land more or.
less, listed in Edwards township j
Wilkes county, in the name of
William Dowell, in 1938, by Wil-1
liam Dowell. For further descrip
tion reference is made to descrip
tion found in Book of Wills No. 8,
page 18, item 4 of said will “Two
acres of land in the extreme,
Northwest comer of my fti™ (2.
acres in a square), see deed re-'
-crHed in Book 90 in the Regrist^f.
of Deeds office at page 316, which
reference is made a part of this |
complaint as if fully copied there-,
ifi- . . ^
Said land will be sold for cash
and to be confirmed by the court.
This the 6th day of November,
F. J. McDUFFIE , .
“COLUMBIA” Nationally Advertised Venetian Blinds
as featured in leading hom^ niagaziM*. Noted for
their fine, genuine basswood slats, thoroughly season
ed or baked on enamel steel slats. They harmonize
with woodwork, have soft decorative lines, and are
finished with a high quality washable enamel finish.
a CALL US FOR ESTIMATES •
“Complete Furnishers Of The Home”
Ninth Street North Wilkesboro, N. C.
Limited Engagement—3 Days Only
SHOWING AT ROAD SHOW PRICES •
— MATINEE —
Admission - *50
Federal Tax 05
Total — -55
4 Shows Daily—Show Opens 12:45-6:45
W A Brame, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. , ORDER .AU'THORIZING T®?
Ralph Church. _] COUNTY
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND j BE IT ORDERED by the Boato
swh Carolina I of County Commis-sioners of the
mitaSr , of Wilk.., North C.r„lin.,
TJndor and by virtue of the pow- as follows: , r j
er of sale contained in a certain Section 1. That Imnds of said
nf Tnmt pitecuted by C. J. county for the maximum aggro-
THplett Same Wplett,/gate "amount of $71,000 are here-,
to Eleanor Smoak, Trustee, on the by authorized to be issued pui-
29th day of August, 1936, to se- suant to the County Finance At .,
cure the payment of a certain as amended, for the purpose of re
note which^ote is past due and funding valid subsisting indebted-
unpaid, and demand having been ness of said county which was in-
made upon the said G. J. Triplett curred by said county as an ad-
and said wife, Sallie Triplett, for ministratiye agency of the State
payment of said note, and pay- for providing the uniform State
ment refused, and the Trustee system of schools for the s^
huvine been requested by the own- months term as required by the
ers and holdeT of said" note and Constitution of North Carolina,
deed of trust (which deed of trust which indebtedness is evidence
s duly recorded in the office of by the following outstanding bonds
IP Register of Deeds for Wilkes of said county redeemable at the
ounty in Book 173, Page 241) to.option of said county pnor to their
cercise the powei of sale therein i maturity on any semi-annual in-
jntained: . terest payment date;
The undersigned Trustee will on I $71,000 School Refunding Bonds
the 17th day of November, 1941, dated July 1, 1935, payable July
at the courthouse door in Wilkes-'1. 1960, of the denomination of
boro. North Carolina, at 12 o’clock $1,000 each, numters 1, 2, 11. 12,
noon, offer for sale to the highest 13, 22, 23, 24, 33, 34, p. 46, 46,
bidder for cash the following real 47, 57, 58, 59, 69, 70 and 71, bear-
estate: ing interest at the rate of 6 1-2
BEGINNING on a water oak on per cent per annum, and numters
the South fork of Elk Creek; 3 toi 10„ 14 to 21, 26 to 32, 36 to
thence South 54 degrees West 19 44, 48 to 66 and 60 to 68, inclu-
Arim:««inn .36 poles to a white oak; thence South sive, bearing interest at the rate
^ ^ 68 degrees West 8 poles to a dou- of 5 per cent per annum.
Federal Tax *04 |,ie maple; thence South 30 degrees Section 2, T^at a tax svrffioent
Total 40 West 38 poles to a pine on top of to pay the principal and interest
the ridge; thence North to a Cot- of the bonds herein authorized
ton Wood, thence a Northward when due shall be annually levied
course to Richey comer in the and collected.
Montgomery line; thence South Sections. That a statement M
Keeton line 235 poles to a stake; the county debt has been filed with
thence North to the Meadow the clerk and is open to public in-
Branch; thence down the branch to spection.
Admission 22 Elk Creek; thence down the creek, Section 4. That this order shall
rto'to the beginning, containing 75 take effect upon its passage and
Federal Tax -03 ~cres, more or less. shall not be submitted to the vot-
Total 25 No bids will be accepted unless ers.
■ ' jits maker shall deposit with thej The foregoing order has been
' Trustee the sum of Twenty Dollars' introduced and a sworn statement
($20) as a forfeit and guaranty of i has been filed under the County
his compliance with his bid, the Finance Act, showing the asso^d
same to credited on his bid
when accepted, and unless said de
posit is made said lands will be re
sold immediately At the same place
on Uie same toy and upon the
same terms. EJvery deposit not
forfeited or accepted will be
promptly returned to the mater
upon the expiration of the perito
allowed by law for filing of aa*
vance or upset hid.
This the 17th toy of October,
^ ll-lt-4t (n)
valuation of the county to be |16,'
139,112.00, and the net debt for
school purposes, including the pro-
losed bonds, to be .^23,867.42. A
tax will be levied' for tiie payment
of the proposed bqnds and interest,
if the same shall be issued. Anv
citizen or taxpayer may proteat
against tte issuance of such bonds
af*a ''toeetiog' of the board of
county copumssioaers to be bald
,at 10 o’clock a. m., November 17,i
1941, or an
-.•jyi..; - Ct.
Our Big New Used Car Lot is now open
at our new building four blocks out on
Boone Trafl. We have a good stock of
used cars and trucks at this time, lk>W-
■■■ —— j
ever, if yon plan to buy or trade sow, it
wffl pay you to see us now. Good used
cars and trucks are beconung y&ty
scarce and hard to get due to sbwtagcol
new cars. See us today..
Used Car Department
Norik Wakeubdro^ Nortli CmtoHm