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HS Society & personals JSL
*Wumm Mr*. ELBERT S. PEEL, Editor J°g
Miss Fannie Godard, of Dunn, is
visiting her cousin, Miss Minnie Rob
ertson. v i
Mrs. J. W. Watts, jr. and little son,
Jimie, will leave Thursday for Nags
Head to spend a week. -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Margolis and
Irving Margolis spent Sunday with
friends in Windsor.
Miss Margaret Ewell who has been
in New York for several years, is
visiting relatives here and in Hamil
ton for some time.
Tillie Perry, Christine Lichte, Gay
lord Harrison, John Wadsworth, Roy
Coburn, and several others spent
Sunday at Bayview.
Chief of Police Daniel is spending
a few days with the Boy Scouts at
Rupert Phillips of Everetts was in
Mr. Stroupe, of Cherryville, spent
the week end with Mayor R. L. Cob
Dr .and Mrs. J. H. Saunders and
Jack Baker are planning to leave
Thursday for a several days stay at
Mrs. R. M. Hearne ,of Greenville,
is spending some time with her broth
el, Dr. W. E. Warren and Mrs. War
ren. • -
Mrs. Raymond McKenzie, of Ral
eigh, who spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hassell,
rteurned home today.
Judge and Mrs. Clayton Moore and
children, Jennie Swanner, Clayton,
jr. and Susan will leave Thursday for
Nags Head where they will spend a
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Griffin and
child who have been visiting relatives
it the county have returned to their
home in Goldsboro.
John Booker arrived Sunday night
from Winston-,Salem to visit friends
and relatives here for several days.
Wilson G. Lamb is spending a few
dtiys here before going to Baltimore
for his fall work there.
Sol Cherry, of Windsor, was in
town yesterday on business for the
Eastern Carolina Chamber of Com
Mrs. Delha Lanier Carson, of Wil
scn, spent the week end with Mrs.
P. H. Brown.
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Uniform Annual County Budget Estimate
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1927-1928
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County of Martin, North Carolina
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Total Estimate Total Income (Col. 1 Lean Ksthnateu of (Total COIH. / . '
of To Be Col. 2) ComminnioriH of 3, 4, and B) •••■» oun y wn t oiin yj^Htt
FUNI) Requirement)! Available Amount to He Sheriff or Total Amount . Valuation Tax Kate Tax Hate
' Other Than Rained by Tax Collector °, f , for f,,r
/ Wide Purposes) , Year Ending y Tax Lexy and fo , Year-Ending VejTr Kmling
June 30, 1928 Year Ending To Balance Taxpayers' Year Ending , 1927-1928 Juiie'3o, 1928 June.3o, 1927 ,
(Appropriations) June 30, 1928 Budget Discounts June 30, 1928
1. County $ 45,874.00 $ 22,280.00 $ 23,594.00 $ 700.00 $ 24,294.00 $15,755,000.00 $ .15 $ .15
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2. County-wide Constitutional 214,580.80 80,625.86 133,954.94 -1,01 X.04 - x 137,973.58 15,755,000.00 .85 .88
School Maintenance Fund
pq| n r s
4. County Bond Interest, Re
demptjon and Sinking 52,680.98 10,300.00 42,380.98 1,300.00 43,080.98, 15,755,000.00 .28 .OO
5. County Roads Fund ■ » 7,500.00 - 7,500.00 225.00 7,725.00 15,755,000.00 .05 .05
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Total County-wide Purposes * $320,635.78 $113,205.86 $207,429.92 ~ $ 6,243.64 $213,673.56 $15,755,000.00 $1.33 ' $U)8~
Rev. and Mrs. B. Duke- Critcher
«nd children of Whitakers returned
home today after visiting friends
Messrs. C. O. Pardo, T. B. Brandon
W. C. and W. C. Manning, jr. R. J.
and E. S. Peel, R. A. Pope, J. D.
Woolard, Bill Carstarphen, Norman
K. and G. H. Harrison attended the
district meeting of the Kiwanis In
ternational held in Greenville last
Mrs. Carrie Biggs Williams and
daughter, Miss Frances, returned
Thursday from Virginia Beach where
they spent some time following Mrs.
Williams 'stay in a Norfolk hospital.
Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'-
clock at the home of her grandmother
little Ray Leggett entertained about
f/ty of her litle friends in celebration
i f her fourth birthday. She was
showered with many very pretty gifts
■n remembrance of her birthday.
Led by several older people, the
little children palyed games for an
hour and a half before they were
invited to the dining room where they
cut the pretty birthday cake on
which four candles were burning. The
little folks were also served with
Dixie cups and mint favors.
Mrs. Johnson is visiting her daugh-
U-t, Mrs. Paul Salsbur£.
Mrs. Dunn, of New Bern, is visit
iur Mrs, Hennie Ballard.
Mrs. Jolin Duckett, of Raleigh, was
in town for a few days last week.
About 65 people from Hamilton
motored to Hobgood where they took
the train to Norfolk Tuesday.
Mrs. Harper Peel went to Wash
ington Monday to be with her father
v/ho was seriously ill.
Dr. Edgar Long has returned from
Mrs. S. D. Matthews, Mrs. T. B.
Slade and Miss Annie Jones spent the
duy at Bayview Thursday.
Mrs. Ballard, Mrs. Dunn and Miss
Kffie Waldo attended bridge open
ing at Edenton last Wednesday with
Miss Mary Whitaker and Mr. Lee
Whitaker of Enfteld.
Mr. and Mrs. West left for Char
lottesville, Va. where they will assist
Mr. Early in a meeting.
CARD CLIIB MEETING
At her home on Church street, Mrs.
John W. Manning was hostess to the
Thursday Card club and an extra
table of friends last Thursday morn
Mrs. Roy Gurganus made high
score and she was given a piece of
lingerie and Mrs. Kdgar l'ascoe was
presented a linen towel.
The hostess served a delightful
luncheon ut one o'clock. There were
two courses, old ham with potato
salad, asparagus tips, hot biscuits,
pickles and tea and ice cream and
The special guests were Mrs. Edgar
l'ascoe ,of Tampa, Fla., Mrs. C. A.
Harrison and ' Miss Carrie Delle
The following cards have been sent
to friends outside of Williamston:
"Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Munroe Burras
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter, Sarah Elisabeth, to Mr. Sebastian
Macon, on Saturday afternoon, July
23 Williamston, North Carolina."
The announcement of Miss Burras
and Mr. Macon's marriage will be re
ceived with interest, as they both
have AD .unusually large circle of
friends. The marriage came as a sur
prise, although the engagement hod
been formally announced and several
parties had been given for the bride
elect. The wedding took place at the
residence of the bride's parents on
Main Street on Saturday afternoon
at 4:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Lee,
pastor of the Methodist church, per
formed the ceremony. Miss Burras
was accompanied by her father, who
gave her in marriage, ami Mr. Macon
hed, as his best man, Harry A. Biggs.
Miss Carrie Dell White played the
Miss Burras is the only daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Burras and is
a young lady of rare charm and in
tellect. She was educated at the lo-
cal schools and at the North Caro
lina College for Women, at Greens
boro, where she took a high stand in
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Mr. Macon is the son of W. H. Ma
con and the late Mrs. Lizzie Jones
Macon, of Louisburg. He is/a lineal
descendent of Nathaniel Macon, the
most conspicuous political character
North Carolina has ever had, he be
ing: at one time the .speaker of the
Houses of Representatives in Wash
ington. Many towns and counties
throughout the South are named for
him. Mr. Macon was educated at the
State College and Is now a civil en
gineer connected with the Virginia
Highway Commission located at
South Hill, Va., where he and Mrs.
Macon will reside after a short honey
moon motoring through Virginia.
After the wedding ceremony, an af
ternoon tea was served for those j>res
ei!t,T- among whom were Mrs. Ethel
Harris Clapp, Mrs. John L. Rodger
son, Miss Lyda Cook, Miss Margaret
Everett, Mr. C. D. Carstarphen, jr.,
Mr. W. H. Carstarphen, and Bruce
PHILATHEA CLASS IMCNIC
NEXT THURSDAY — ,
• The Philathea of the Baptist
church wishes to invite the officers
pnd teachers of thia church and also
the Philathea class of the Christian
church at is annual picnic at Eden
House on Thursday, August 4.
Mrs. James C. Manning and W. C.
Manning, jr. spent the week end with
friends in Four Oaks
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a power of sale con
tained in that certain deed of trust
executed by Birt Mayo and wife, Liz
zie Mayo, to the undersigned trustee,
and bearing date of April 12, 1920,
and of record in the .public registry
of Martin County in book C-2, at
page 371 to 374, said deed of trust
having been given to secure the pay
ment of a certain note of even date
and tenor therewith, and default hav
ing been made in the payment of said
note, and the terms and conditions
in .said deed of trust not having been
complied with, and at the request of
the holder of said note, the under
signed trustee will, on Monday, the
Bth day of August, 1927, at 12 o'-
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