North Carolina Newspapers

    • FOP SALE
AT AUCTION: Maple Gro*
church building located 1 mill
•beyond Hays on Traphlll Road
will be sold at auction Satur
day, January 22nd at 3:0p p
m. Thia is a good frame build
ing, slse SO by N40. l-17-3t-p<
FOR SALE: Sawmill and motoi
in good condition, at a loi
price. Write fit" care of Journ
al-Patrtot. l-13-2t-p<
FOR 8ALB: M^lel A Ford7198
tudor sedan, passed inspection
Jasper O. Chipman, near Hayt
N. O. 1
FOR SALE: Milk Goats. Med
Bollinger, Oakwoods, N, C.
lt-p
FOR SALE: Baled Lespedez
Hay, reasonably priced. 3 mile
west of Wilkesboro, Fergusoi
road. David Parks. l-2"0-4t-p<
FOR SALE: Place your orde
now for Parmenter chicks. J
B. Minton, Wilkesboro, Rout
1. 10-13-2t-pi
FOR SALE: While they las
large bale shucks, $1.00 each
good hay, timothy and lespe
deza, $1.75 bale; yellow con
In ears $1.75 bushel. See Davii
Hall, Wilkesboro, N. C.
l-13-2t-p<
FOR SALE: Combination Recor
Player and Radio. See Walke
at Journal-Patriot.
FOR SALE: A team of 12ryeai
old mules. Lytle Byrd, Hays
N. C. l-17-4t-pi
FOR SALE—One Farm-All On
Tractor, and all equipment
nearly new; in A-l condition
See Buster Nichols or W. H
Nichols at Purlear, N. C., nea
Postoffice. l-13-3t]
FOB SAT.B — Canaries guana
teed singers; beautifully col
ored love birds; complete 11m
of bird seed, cageB and snp
piles; also Golden Hampetera
—Wilkes Farm Center. 9-131
TUXEDO Poultry-Mashes, Scratcl
Jrains, Dairy. Hog, Horse, Doj
and Rabbit Feeds. Tuxed
Feed Company, North Wllket
boro, Phone 94 H-18-t
FOR SALE: l coal furnace,
stoker, 1 electric water heatex
I water jack. Mrs. A. H. Case]
Phone 180 or 340. l-13-4t-p<
FOR SALE: A good wood cool
Btove, same as new. Enterprise
priced right. See A. A. Yates
Wllkesboro.
FOR SALE: Six lots in Veteran
housing development, n e a
County Home. See George R
McNeill at Wilkes Hosier;
Mill between 3:30 p. m. am
12 p. m. l-10-2t-pi
FOR SALE: Lots 1, 8, 5, 7, 9 am
II In Veterans' development o
County Home property. 195 ft
fronting highway 268. Inspec
and send bids to Mack Kerley
City, or Harry T. Kerley, 741:
Greenwood Ave., Seattle, Wash
1-13-2
• FOR RENT
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FOR RENT—Furnished Apart
ment, close In. Suitable foi
business couple.—Mrs. T, J
Frazier. Phone 475. 1-10-2
FOR RENT—4-Room Apartmen
with bath. Will be avallabli
about January 18th.—R. M
Brame, Jr. 1-10-2
~ EXPERT SHOE
REPAIRING
Your old shoes made like ne\
when done by Built Right Sho
Shop. Fart While-U Wait Serv
ice. Also we have just install
ed oar new spray machine fo
complete refinishing and dyinj
your shoes any color you desire
We specialize in altering and re
lining leather jackets. We use thi
highest quality materials, expertl;
done, prices reasonable. It please
us to please you.
Built Right Shoe
Shop
Shoe Repair Basement
In Bus Terminal
B. B. Cornette, Manager
FOR RENT: Furnished Bedroom.
See Mrs. Johnston at Jean's.
lt-pd
FOR RENT: 8-room apartment,
unfurnished. Private bath.
Close to City Hall. Mrs. T. V.
Sherrlll, 7S3 Kensington Drive.
lt-pd
WANTED
WANTED: Permanent employ
ment. Sales or stock room
work. Address, Salee, Journal
Patriot. lt-pd
' | WANTED—Help that can stay at
night and take honrs oft In aft
ernoons and must be of good
character. Board and room
furnished. Joines Cafe. lt-pd
WANTED: Dogwood logs, for
specification's write or call at
W. ft W. Dogwood Co.. Mora
vian Palls, N. C. 3-18-Tf
WANTED: To do yonr radio re
pair work. Day Electric Co.,
Call 328. 3-29-Tf
WANTED: To do yonr plnmMng
Day Electric Co., Call 328.
3-29-Tf
^AWfED: To do yonr wiring.
Ddty Electric Co., Call 328.
3-29-Tf
I Miscellaneous
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XOTICE: If yon *eea bulldozing
or grading or any kind, see or
write C. G. Johnson, Route SS,
North Wilkesboro, N. C.
Estimates Free, 4-1-Tf
| ANY BRONZE MICA, outcrop
ping in small chips, or small,
flaky kind in masses? Mail
samples. George M. Bowman,
Mineralogist, Elk Park, N. C.
l-10-3t
| $25.00 REWARD for information
leading to arrest and convic
tion of party or parties stealing
my hens Sunday, January 2nd.,
1949.—S. M. Shumate, Hays,
N. C. l-10-2t-pd
• Lost and Found
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LOST: Auto license plate 845-393
attached to North Wilkesboro
city license, between North
Wilkesboro and Traiphill. Find
er please return to Frank H.
Crow, 910 C Strreet, Phone
239, or night 570.
| STRAYED FROM OUR Ware
house on Second Street, one
female Bulldog. Has two white
front feet,, body Is. tan and
brindle color with primed ears
and tail. Please notify Tommy
McLean at The Goodwill Store.
It
Eller's Fire Beats
Mountain View, 98-51
Eller's Bluejackets turned back
Mountain View All-Stars in a
i basketball game here Wednesday
tight, 98-51.
H. EMler, E. Eller, McLean, Sta
ler and Mercak paced the scoring
for Eller's, while Brown and
Blackburn were the big threats
for Mountain View.
Lineups and summaries:
Po8. Eller's 98 51 Mountain View
<3—Mercak 16 18 Blackburn
0—Snyder 9 >11 Hayes
Substitutes: Eller's Bluejack
ets—Staley 16. Mountain View—
None.
Mr. ana Mrs- George Sbroggs,
of Moravian Falls, are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Edward Sa
frit, in Chicago, 111.
F—H. Eller 16
P—McLean 24
C—E. Eller 17
18 Brown
4 Tale
5 Billings
o
ALEXANDER
Construction Co.
P. O. Box 771
NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C
All Kinds Of
GRADING DONE
With
Shovel or Bulldoker
FREE ESTIMATES
(Support the Y.M.C. A.
1946 Ford Tudor Sedan
1930 Ford Fordor Sedan
1940 Ford Tudor Sedan
1941 Ford Station Wagon
1041 Chevrolet Ooach
1080 Ford Pickup
1041 Pontiac 4-I>oor Sedan
1080 Ford Tudor Sedan
1035 Ford Tudor Sedan
1034 Ford Coupe
1036 Chevrolet Coach
1035 Chevrolet Coach
All in A-l Condition—Have
Passed Inspection.
Yadkin Valley
Motor Company
NORTH WILKES BOKO, N. C.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
FOR GOOD LOTS OR LAND
1946 SUPER FORD STATION WAGON
30,000 actual miles. Body and motor 4n
perfect shape. Ideal for someone who
has passengers as can carry 9 people.
- See -
BILL CARRINGTON
AT SOUTHERN BARGAIN STORE
THIS WEEK'S
DRIVE-IN
THEATRE PROGRAM
Monday and Tuesday, January 10-11
"BLACK BART"
Starring Vyonne Decarlo, Jeffrey Lynn.
Wednesday, January 12
"FAMILY NIGHT"
50c Per Cor Regardless Number
"LITTLE TOUGH GUYS" j
Starring Dead End Kids, Margorie Main]
Thursday and Friday, January 13-14- !
"GREEN HELL" j
Featuring Joan Benn ett and Douglas Fair
banks.
Also Selected Short Subjects
Tune In Station WKBC Every Day At 12:06 and P. ML '
SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 P. M.
Hunting Season To
Close January 10
Joel Bentley, District. Game
FOR EXPERT
JEWELRY AND
WATCH REPAIR
— SEES —
WRIGHT'S MEN'S
SHOP
1
Protector, stated today that the
season for hunting quail, ruffled
grouse, rabbtts and squirrel will
January Special
Shampoo and Hair Style -.75
Manicure .50
Facial .50 up
Permanent Waves 3.00 up
All New Standard Materials Used.
Mae's Beauty Salon
| Over City Florist
I PHONE 756
! Mrs. Jake Church, Manager
cloae on Monday, January 10,
1949. The trapping season of all
fur bearing-animals will close on
Tuesday, February 15, 1949.
SANDWICHES
of all kinds—made to go oat
Coffee Fixed to Take Oat
BEER
by case, bottle, or can. Special
price to go out. For speedy serv
ice telephone 77S-M. We'll have
it ready when you call.
MINTON'S
BAR-B-QUE
LAND FOB SALE! I
We have contracts in different
parts of the county. Ths New
Year is calling for new business.
Individual sales will be liven oV
prompt attention. The weather is
too unsettled for Auction Sale*
for awhile. Call on as. We think
we have listed what yen want. See
us at once.
P. E. Dancy Go.
Office at Jenkins Hardware Co.
Report of the Condition of The
bank of north wilkesboro
north wilkesboro, n. c.
, At the.Cl6se of Business December 31, 1948
. . RESOURCES
Cash on Hand and Due.
Fr«n Banks '1,891,MM#
. s. Government Securities... 4,455,794.94
State of North Carolina Bonds 17 50000
OlIxirShcksMj Boris ^ ^
Loans ^ —
Other Assets
Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures
t
liabilities
Capital Stock, Common
f?*" 350,000.00
60,700.00
Unearned Interest 5^
Reserved for Taxes and
Accrued Expenses... 44,80393
Reserve for Depreciation Building,
Furniture and Fixtures 27,155.26
Reserve for Premium on Bonds
and Contingencies 30,240.61
Otter Reserves 46,201.22
Dividend Declared Payable
January 1,1949 11,250.00
DEPOSITS
6,704,774.35
2,425,726.28
23,028.43
__J194U2
%220^575M
150,000.00
416,730.96
211,188.24
8,442,656.68
**W20£7M8
officers
J. R. Hix, President
W. D. Ha I face, Executive V-Pres.
R. G. Fin ley, Vice-President
W. W. Starr, Asst. Cashier
J. G. McNeil, Asst. Cashier
J- T. Brame, Asst. Cashier
, W. B. Gwyn, Asst. Cashier
.... * fj
directors
E. M. Blackburn
Ralph Duncan
R- G. Finley
J- R. Hix
W. D. Ha I face
J no. E. Justice, Jr.
Worth Tomlinson
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
FRIENDLY SERVICE SINCE 1892
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