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Friday, July 8,1932 ■>
[diSs | Society & PcrsotmkF^^^l
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Mr. and Mrs. Moses Moye and
Mrs. Joe Mqye, of Farmville, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moye Tues
Visiting Her Aunt
Miss Cora Lee Patterson, of Farm
ville, is spending this week with her
aunt, Mrs. J. C. Manning, and Mr.
Visits Mr. and Mrs. Cherry
Miss Mary Adams, of Colerain,
spent this week here with her sister,
Mrs. Bill Cherry, and Mr. Cherry.
Spends Fourth at Virginia Beach
Mr. and Mrs. David Robenoo
spent the Fourth at Virginia Beach.
I Monday and Tuesday
July 11 and 12
Condensed Statement of Condition of
Branch Banking and Trust Co.
"THE SAFE EXECUTOR"
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30,1932
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Wilson, N. C.
W«r«w, N. C. RESOURCES LIABILITIES
Williamston, N. C. .
Loans and discounts : $2,617,058.94 Capital Stock $ 400,000.00
Fayetteville, N. C. Banking houses, furniture and fixtures 167,971.83 Surplus 200 000 00
Plymouth, N. C. .tock. and bond, 152,626.20 Undivided Profit. 85 715 61
United State. Bond. $1,724,532.16 »3,/is>.oi
Gold.boro, N. C. North Carolina Bond. 296,418.93 Dividend payable July 1, 1932 8,000.00
Selma N. C Marketable Municipal Reserve for interest and dividends 15,045.87
. ir . - Bonds • 214,310.00 Reserve for purchase of Elm City Branch 2,000.00
Kuuton, N. C. C a.h and due from bank. 1,210,758.90 3,446,019.99 Depo , iu , 5,672,915.48
NeWßem ' NC $6,363,676.96 * ,6 383 67696
Elm City, N. C. 56,383,676.96
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Sound Banking And Trust Service For Eastern Carolina
Branch Banking and Trust Co.
Here From Wilson
Attorney Frank Hassell, of Wil
son, visited relatives here Wednes
Leaves for Baltimore
Miss Mary Ann Crockett will leave
tomorrow for Baltimore, where she
will resume her studies in Mercy
Hospital, after spending several days
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Crockett.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lindsley
Mrs. C. H. Yost and children, of
Quantico, Va., are here to spend sev
eral weeks with her sister, Mrs. L. P.
Lindsley and Mr. Lindsley. Captain
Yost is with the Marine forces in
Visiting in Raleigh
Mrs. Gaylord Harrison and son,
Bobbie, are spending this week in
Raleigh with friends.
Visiting Her Sister Here i
Mrs. Earl Westbrook, of Dunn, ar-|
rived today to visit her sister, Mrs.
M. J. Moye, for a few days.
Returns From Florida
Mrs. Oscar Anderson returned on
Wednesday from Titusville, Fla.,
where she visited friends for several
Spending Week Here
Mrs. C. B. Harrison and daughter,
of Rocky Mount, are spending this
week here with Mr. and Mrs. John,
In More he ad City
Mrs. J. D. Thrower and son, Miss
Clyde Hassell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Leggett and little daughter, John
Henry Thrower, jr., and Miss Hat
tie Thrower spent Sunday at More
head City and Atlantic Beach.
Visitors From Kins ton
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Moore and
two little daughters, of Kinston, and
Mr. Duncan McKenzie, of Burling
ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. McKen
zie on Sunday.
Returns From Washington
Miss Margaret Britton returned on
Wednesday from Washington, D. C.,
and Richmond, Va., where she visit
ed friends during the holidays.
At Morehead City
Mrs. A. R. Dunning and daugh
ter, Miss Mary Alice, spent Monday
at Morehead City.
Visiting Her Sister
Miss Estelle Crawford is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Harold Clark, in
Jacksonville, Fla. She will be away
for several weeks.
In Edenton This Weeh
Mrs. S. R. Biggs and daughter,
Nancy, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. P.
Badham in Edenton this week.
Mr. Weir Reported Improving
Mr. W. H. Weir returned Wednes
day night from Rockingham, where
he visited his father, who was hurt
lin an automobile accident. Mr.
I Weir reported that his father was
badly hurt but not in a critical con
dition, and his recovery is expected
if no complications set in.
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Fwifwg Miss Anderson
Mrs. Z. T. Keel and daughter,
Miss Made, of Rocky Mount, are
here visiting Miss Martha Louise An
In Norfolk Yesterday
Mrs. W. K. Parker and Mrs. J.
! B. H. Knight visited in Norfolk yes
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hitch, Mrs.
Henry Harrison and daughter, Nellie
Clyde, spent Wednesday and Thurs
day at Nags Head.
Spend Fourth at Beach
Misses Elizabeth Keel, of Conetoe,
and Annie Mae Williams, George
Harris, and Tony Hinnant, of Wash
ington, D. C., were members of a
party spending the Fourth at Virginia
Returns From GoUsboro
Russell Taylor Roebuck has re
turned from Goldsboro, where he vis
ited relatives for a week.
Jamesville: —On Friday night,
July Ist, Mrs. Kathleen Wallace Lil
ley entertained with a theatre party
at the theatre in Plymouth in honor
of the out-of-town guess of several
Jamesville families. After seeing the
show, "Lettie Lynton," the hostess
invited her friends to a soda fountain
where iced refreshments were served.
The honor guests were Misses West-!
brook, of Atlanta, Ga., and Louise
Roebuck, of Robersonville, guests of:
Miss Fannie Latham Martin; Mrs.
A. J. Holliday, of Selma, guest of
her sister, Miss Opal Brown; Mrs.
Clyde Hight, of Henderson, guest of
Mrs. F, C. Stallings; and other
guests were Mrs. J. S. Godard, Misses
Opal Brown, Haxel and Fannie La
tham Martin, of Jamesville.
Misses Susan and Julia Ann Waldo
of Norfolk, Va., arc spending several
days with their aunt, Mrs. Hennie
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Dixon, of
Roper, spent Monday with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Waldo.
Mrs. Mabel Dunn, of New Bern,
was a week-end visitor of Miss Effie
Mrs. P. L. Salsbury and family,
Mrs. S. D. Matthews, and Bog Slade,
jr., spent Monday at Atlantic Beach.
Misess Susan and Julia Ann Waldo
and Henry Johnson, jr., Edwin Deal,
Frank and William Haislip attended
the dance at Bayview Monday night.
Dr. E. M. Long, Marjorie and
Edwin Deal went to New Bern on
Mr. Lowren Waldo was a guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Waldo Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Johnson and
daughters and Mrs. P. H Davenport
were at Bayview Monday
Mrs. George Stephenson, and
daughter, of Philadelphia, Pa., visit
ed their relatives, Misses Cody and
Delia Purvis, here Monday.
Mrs. T. B! Slade, 11, returned on
Thursday from Richmond after be-
| ing with her aunt, who underwent an
Mr. Joe Council, of Rocky Mount,
visited his sisters, Miss Martha Coun
cile and Mrs. Helen Andrews, Mon
day. ■ -
Mrs. W. C. Stokes and daughter
spent last week here with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hines.
Misses Myrtle and Mildred Ever
ett and William Haislip visited
friends in Greenville Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Slade, 11, were
in Roxobel Sunday visiting friends.
Miss Mary Waldo returned to
Chapel Hill Monday after spending
the week-end at home with her par
Mr. Bryant Carstarphen, of Wil
liamston, visitrd relatives here Fri
Miss Mildred Crecy and Miss Ida
Gray were the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Downs.
Misses Maggie Bell and Annie
Jones, Ruth Pippen, and Mrs. Doug
las spent Friday in Murfreesboro.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Under and by virtue, of the powe*
of sale contained in th? certain deed
of trust executed to the undersigned
trustee by H. U. Peel, on the Bth day
of October, 1921, and of record in the
public registry of Martin County in
book G-2, at pape 379, said deed of
trust having been given for the pur
pose of securing a certain note of
even date and tenor therewith, and de
fault having been made in the payment
of said indebtedness, and the stipula
tions contained in said deed of trust
not having been complied with, the
undersigned trustee will, on Saturday,
the 9th day of July, 1932, at 12 o'clock
m., in front of the courthouse door in
the town of Williamston, North C'aro
olina, .offer for sale for cash the fol
lowing described real estate, to wit:
~ and being in Bear Grass and
Griffins lownships, and being the land
described in the will of John R. Peel
and willed to Susan F. Peel for life
and then to H. U. Peel, and being the
same land described in a deed of trust
from H. U. Peel and mother, Susan
Peel, to the Federal Land Bank, of
record in the public record of Martin
County, in book"Z-1, at page 86.
This the Bth day of June, 1932.
Elbert S, Peel, Attorney at Law.
DR. V. H. MEWBORN
Eyea Examined Glasses Fitted
Roberaonville at Fulmer'a Drug Store
Tuesday After Third Sunday Each
Williamaton, at Davia Pharmacy, on
Wednesday After Third Sunday of
Plymouth at O'Henry Drug Store,
Thuraday After Third Sunday Each
At Tarboro, N. C., Every Friday and
BY CANNING IS
URGED IN STATE
Welfar© Workers Urging
Canning of Surplus
Garden Produce r
Conservation of the food grown or
produced in Washington County th'is
summer by canning, putting up in
jars, drying, or otherwise, to save
every pound of food possible for fall
and winter use is being urged hert by
[Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brewer, welfare
This request is being made by the
local workers in conformity with a no
tice is sent out by G. B. Lay, execu
tive secretary of Governor Gardner's
Council on Unemployment and Re
lief. And the radio and newspapers
will be used during the entire month
of July to stress "the vital need of
storing up food for winter consump
This summer the Tar Heel State,
with Washington County as a special
-unit, is plastered with gardens. Most
of these gardens are larger than last
year. Some of these are on plots of
the owners, and others are on land
owned by an employer or some other
person who will rent them or allow
them to be cultivated in the interest of
the welfare work.
The preserving of the food now be
Any size sets, or any parts for repairs.
Tobacco furnace grates, brick, lime,
cement, metal roofing, shingles, and
SEE US FOR NO. 1 WHITE BEACH NOVA
SCOTIA LAND PLASTER
] PRICES VERY REASONABLE i
Harrison Bros, and Co.
WILLIAMSTON, N. C.
■ng produced is the problem. It »
the general opinion that unlets this
food is preserved people will not have
enough to eat this winter. Relief funds
have been used up or dwindled. In
the absence of cash, canned and pre
served foods can be distributed. Un
less •onm effort irmade, suffering wttr
likely result. , 7
Definite and accurate directions on
how to can and otherwise preserve defi
nite articles will be made known to the
people by the newspapers and radios.
Ihese mediums will also stress the
qeed this work. Demonstratkm
workers will aid in the canning and
preserving of this food. Much of the
(fanning will have to be done by volun
I leel that North Carolina is awake
to the problem. And I hope that all
of our citizens will extend their ef
forts so that all communities will pre
serve just as much food as possible. I*
know full well that the press and ra
dio vvNI help greatly," said Governor
CARD OF THANKS
We wsih to thank our neighbors
and many friends for their kind and
thoughtful deeds and expressions of
sympathy made during the sudden
death of our darling baby, Joseph, and
also for the beautiful floral offerings.
Mr and Mrs. \V. M.
Myers and Family.