Mrs. Houston Moore Saunders of
Wilmington, who prior to her mar
riage at St. Andrew-Covenant
church,' Wilmington, on May 19,
was Grace Cavenaugh Fussell, dau
$84,000 REFUNDING BONDS
BE IT ORDERED AND RESOL
VED by the Board of Commission
ers for the County of Duplin:
vl. That bonds of Duplin County
be Issued, pursuant to The County
f inance Act, as amended, In an
amount not exceeding $66,000 for
tne purpose of refunding a like
amount of the principal of valid
subsisting bonded Indebtedness of
said County which was originally
Incurred before January 1, 1929
for the construction of roads and
bridges in said County, and la evi
denced by the following:
$5,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated November 1, 1920, maturing
November 1, 1948,
. ' $10,000 Road and Bridge Bonds '
aatea March l, 1921, maturing
March 1, 1949,
$15,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated May 1, 1921, maturing May
$10,000 Road and Bridge Bonds,
dated March 1, 1922, maturing
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ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Macon Cav
anaugh of Rose Hill. Mr. Saunders
is the son of Mrs. Addie Saunders
March 1, 1949,
$10,000 Road and Bridge, Bonds,
dated April 1, 1927, maturing April
$10,000 Road and' Bridge Bonds,
dated October : 1, 1927, maturing
uctooer l, 1948, and
$6,000 Refunding Road and Bridge
Bonds, dated August 1, 1937, ma
turing February 1, 1949.
2. That bonds of Duplin County
be issued, pursuant to the County
Finance Act, as amended, in an
amount not exceeding $18,000 for
the purpose of ref undine a like
amount of the principal of valid
subsisting bonded indebtedness of
said County which was incurred
by the Board of Commissioners (as
and administrative agent of the
State in providing a State system
of public schools) for maintaining
the constitutional six months'
school term, and is evidenced by
the following: -
$5,000 School Bonds, dated April
1, 1928, maturing April 1, 1949,
$5,000 School Fundlne Bands
aatea beptember 1, 1931, maturing
September 1, 1948,
$4,000 Refunding School Bonds,
dated August 1, 1937, maturing
February 1, 1949,
$2,000 'Refunding School Bonds,
dated August 1 ,1938, maturing
February 1, 1949, and
$2,000 School Building Bonds,
dated June 1, 1946, maturing June
3. That a tax sufficient to pay
the principal and Interest of the
$84,000 bonds herein" authorized,
when due, shall be annually levied
and collecteed. 1
4. That the holders of the $84,-
000 bonds herein authorized shall
be subrogated to all the rights and
powers of the holders of the in
debtedness refunded thereby.
5. That a statement of the Coun
ty debt has been filed with the
Clerk and is open to public in
6. That this order shall take ef
fect upon its passage and shall not
be submitted to the Voters.
The foregoing order has been in
troduced and a sworn statement has
been tied under 'ia County Fi
nance Act. showing the assessed
valuation of the County to be $23,-
635214.00, and the net debt (Inclu
ding the proposed bonds) for school
purposes to be $357,900.00, and for
other than school purposes to be
$1,260,000.00. A tax will be levied
for the payment of the proposed
bonds and Interest if the same
shall be issued. Any citizen or tax
payer may protest against the is
suance of said bonds at a meeting
of the Board of County Commiss
ioners to be held at 10 o'clock, A.M.,
July 6, 1048, or an adjournment
A. T .OUTLAW, Clerk
Board of Commiseionerj
of Duplin County.
Group Meet Al
More than 400 delegates attend
ed the annual convention of the
North Carolina Production Credit
Association which convened at At
lantic Beach June 7 for three days.
This was the second major con
vention to select Atlantic Beach
as their annual meeting site dur
ing the past week.
The Production Credit group
was not the only convention to be
held there this past -week. Today,
more than 100 representatives of
the Association of Magazine Whole
salers will begin a two day session.
Arrangements for this meeting
were made by Joseph Zaytoun of
New Bern whose magazine territory
covers the central North Carolina
Judge Henry L. Stevens, Jr., of
Warsaw, has been elected the new
president of the University of
North Carolina Alumni association
to succeed Judge S. J. Ervin.
Alumni Secretary J. Maryon
Saunders announced that a count
of the mail ballots also showed
that William C. Medford of Waynes
ville was elected first vice-president;
Robert G. S. Davis of Hen
derson, second vice-president; and
T. W. Alexander of Raleigh, and
F. H. Fairley of Charlotte, directors.
ThJ directors are for three year
terms, and all other officers are for
Clem B. Holding of Raleigh was
elected a representative on the
University Athletic Council for a
three-year term. -
Warsaw, N. C.
SUN. - MON. Jane 13-14
You Were Meant
With Jeanne Crain
And Dan Dailey.
TUES. June 15
With Alan Ladd
And Victor Mature .
WED. June 16 .
With Gene Autry.
THUHS. FBI. June 17-18
With Victor Mature
And Coleen Gray.
SAT. June 19
With Tim Holt.
With Leif Erickson.
KENAtiSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
R. V. WELLS, CLERK SUPERIOR COURT
JANUARY 31, 1948
Amount in Hand - Superior Court. Civil Docket $ 3 52 51
" " " General County Court, Ciril Docket 475 80
" " " Superior Court - Special Proceedings 1 121 53
" " " - Superior Court Criminal Docket 1 478 88
" " " General County Court, Criminal Deoket 412 88
" " " - Judgments Collected 792 j3
--. Trust Fnni, J2 J78 61
" " " - C. S. C. Fees 942 9S
" " " - Fines and Ferfeitures 2 616 60
" " " aiisceUaneeus Fees 922 50
" " " Otker Trust Items j 8 662 61
TOTAL S 82 286 09
Net Bank Bahnori DrawfaMT Aiiiih
Net BankBabueea fining Aeeomate -Cash
and Cash Items on Hand
Postal Savinn Certificates of Deposit (Original Net InTostment)
V. S. Saltan Bonds (Net IaTeetaaeat)
The foregoing la a summary of report filed ky B. V. Wells,
of Duplin County, as of January 3L 1948.
L ..f.i v G. D. BENNETT, Chairman t
NOTICE OF ADftWlitATKIX
QUALIFICATION : ;
Tivlng qualified as administra
trix of the estate of Mrs. Pearl
B. Swinson, deceased, late of Du
plin County, state of North Caro
lina, this to notify all persons
having claims a.ainst the estate of
said deceased, to exhibit them to
the undersigned at her home R.FJ3.
No. I, Clinton, N. C, on or before I
in astern Norxn vu.
XJ flR Sfl UU, M. C.
The Easy Way
As far from town as you may go
vacationing, you can maintain
yewr cheeking account by mail!
Pay your bills and make your
deposits with no more effort than
it takes to seal an envelope!
And if you haven't opened an
account with us yet, you can
do that by mail or phone.
And Trust Company
SERVING DUPLIN CdUNTY
FROM PINK HILL
';. - Board of County Commissioners, ' -i , f
the UJa. c, ct Lay, IBiJ, or 1 ;
notice will be pleaded In her cl
fiaeif recovery.' All persons Indebt
ed to said estate wHl please malse
Immediate settlement. ' '-; - i
This the 18th of May, 1948.
: Mrs. Ruby Hodges Admlnl-
" stratrix of Mrs. Pearl B.
N. B. Boney, Atty.
6-24-61. ' y,
8 44 380 81
10 016 60
3 188 88
2 500 00
22 300 00
$ 82 286 29
Clerk of Superior Court
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