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NO I ICE OF St.... .3
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
BEFORE THE CLERK
DAVID FOUNTAIN, ADMINISTR
ATOR OF THE ESTATE OF LU
THER B. HUNTER, DECEASED
AMMIE EVANS SANDLIN AND
HUSBAND, R. H. SANDLIN; NICK
EVANS AND WIFE, MARY
BROWN EVANS; LUCV HUNTER;
A WIDOW; ROBERT LEWIS AND
. WIFE, MRS. ROBERT LEWIS;
ROY CLIFFORD LEWIS AND
WIFE,' MRS: ROY CLIFFORD
LEWIS; VIOLETTE LEWIS WINN
AND HUSBAND,: HARRY B.
WINN, JR.; GLORIA LEWIS
PAKE AND HUSBAND, JOHN C.
PAKE, JR.; TROY HUNTER AND
WIFE, XILLIE BESS SlUNTER!
LILLIE HUNTER GARNER AND
HUSBAND, ROBERT GARNER;
ANDREW HUNTER AND WIFE,
LILLIAN HUNTER; ETHEL HUN
TER ROBERSON AND HUSBAND,
CALLIS ROBERSON; STEPHEN
HUNTER AND WIFE, RUBY HUN
TER: CYRUS HUNTER AND WIFE
LILLIAN GARNER HUNTER;
JERRY HUNTER AND WIFE MRS.
JERRY HUNTER; SADIE HUNT
ER SMITH AND HUSBAND, MIT
CHELL " SMITH; L. J. HUNTER
- JUST RECEIVED -
Shipment Mules & Horses
We Have Olid New Super DeLuxe
Tractor On Display
See Us Before You Buy
and wife, gl:;tt;ulj: iizt
er; bettie hunter brinson
and husband, b. s. brinson;
LUDIE . HUNTER FOUNTAIN ;
AND HUSBAND, DAVID FOUN
TAIN; , STACY - ANDREWS AND
WIFE, LILA B. ANDREWS; LON
NIE RIFTON ANDREWS AND
WIFE, LUDIE ANDREWS; BEH-.
THA HUNTER WHALEY AND
HUSBAND, H. J.. WHALEY; PER- '
RY HUNTER; BERTIE HUNTER
BROWN AND HUSBAND, HENRY
BROWN;: RUTH HUNTER RAY
NOR AND HUSBAND; GARRY "
RAYNOR; IVEY HUNTER; AR
THUR HUNTER AND WIFE, RU
BY HUNTER; HOSEA HUNTER
AND WIFE, ANNIE HUNTER;
JAMES G. HUNTER; AMQS
BROWN AND WIFE,. ETHEL
BROWN; GEORGE BROWN AND
WIFE, MRS. GEORGE BROWN;
DEMPSEY BROWN; FENNELL
BROWN AND WIFE, RELLIE
BROWN; EDWARD BROWN AND
WIFE, LEONA BROWN; AARON
BROWN; INEZ BROWN; ODELL
BROWN; SARAH BROWN; IRENE
BROWN; , JAMES DAWSON
BROWN; DOUGLAS FRANKLIN
BROWN; MARION BROWN TU
RANO AND HUSBAND. PETER
TURANO; MARSHALL HUNTER
AND WIFE, MRS. ' MARSHALL
HUNTER; NAOMI HUNTER BEAS
LEY; THELMA BROWN JONES
AND HUSBAND SAM JONES.
The defendants, Roy Clifford
Lewis, Mrs. Roy Clifford Lewis,
Miolette Lewis Winn, Harry B.
Winn, Jr., Robert Garner, Jerry
Hunter, Mrs. Jerry Hunter, Ivey
Hunter, Aaron Brown, Inez Brown,
odell Brown, Sarah Brown, Irene
Brown, James Dawson Brown,
Douglas Franklin Brown, Marion
Brown Turano, Peter Turano, Mar-
! shall Hunter, Mrs. Marshall Hunter,
and Naomi Hunter Beasley, will
take notice that an action entitled
as above has been commenced
against them in the Superior Court
of Duplin County, North Carolina,
and this being a proceeding relat
ing to real estate within the state,
namely: .A special proceeding
brought by the administrator of
Luther B. Hunter, deceased, for
the sale of lands of said deceased
to create assets for the payments
of the debts and costs of admini
stration of said deceased; that said
defendants are heirs at law of said
deceased and as such are necessary
parties to this proceeding; and
which cause of action is set forth
in the complaint pr petition filed
in this cause.
And You Get w
Spare Time Training at Home yffPfc r
With Regular Army Equipment ffl
Extra Money at Regular Army ' !OSFjf
Rates of Pay 'jV "
Credit Toward Retirement Pay JMP
at No Cost to You S&Mfb .
Pmmnfi'nna oc Ynil I .Mint Skill iStSMS-
I Aiding You in Your Civilian Job 0l(4,.?f
2nd. U. Larry P. Bostic 70 I
uttery Commander Wrtn I
Beulaville N. C . S ? J
'l A MEDIEVAL BARONt IMPORT
v, NUMBER GF DEPENDENTS ,
t&&Bi'i WEARING HIS INSIGNIA
yWFi.ll ... AND taxing AT
y HIS BOARD,
TEZUAAA PRANK, AT x-
one meal, rirrv gob
lets OF tYHIfrtt?
k. '. TiiJA . i,rv .uni
IN MIDDLE I800S,
AMERICAN BREWERS ,
STORED BEER IN CEL- ,
LARS EXTENDING '
UNDER CITY STREETS,
AN ELIZABETHAN COOK"
ARE THOUGHT TO :
NOURISH ' .
. A4ELANCHOUE . :
CopyriyM 1949 J- V.Car0
I St. reler.sbuitf, iu., an J Lju Vu.
jficld of near Mt. Olive. '
V Commissioner of Insurance Wal
" do C. Cheek today announced that
an overall . reduction In certain
:" "''.' ' "
Casually Li. uiune 1 ti,i Bureau
piemb'er and subscriber companies,
effectiVe.Oct, 3, 1949, applicable 4i
all new and renewal policies writ
ten oira'nd after that date.
. ; This ijs in line .with his announce,
ment n July 11,-1949, when a, re
duction of TB, lit such rates was
approved for National Bureau of
Casualty Underwriters member and
subscriber, companies;. , t ,
And said defendants will further
take notice that they are required
to appear at the Office of the Clerk
of Superior Court of Duplin Coun
ty, North Carolina, at the Court
house in Kenansville, on the 4th
day of November, 1949 and answer
or demur to the petition filed in
this cause, which has been duly
filed in said office, or on or before
25 day of November, 1949, or the
plaintiff or petitioner will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
This the 4th day of October, 1949.
R. V. Wells, Clerk
Mrs. H. P. Hood of Rocky Mount
attended the Duplin Story in Ke
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith,
Mrs. Alvin Smith and Bertha K.,
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey T. Smith at
tended the pageant in Kenansville.
Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Stroud of
Milwaukee, Wis. are' visiting Mr.
Stroud's parents. - - v
The marriage, of Mr. Graham
Smith of this community and Miss
Catherine Jane Smith, of Deep Run
Is of interest here. They will reside
with Mr. Smith's parents in Smith
HONORED ON BIRTHDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Stroud of
Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Bur
sell Grady and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Rodolph Grady, Mr. and Mrs.
Ait.rt rinriv nil AhildreM. Mr. and
I Mr. riifton Gradv and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Resale Strand all of
Kinston, Mrs. Norrto Croom of Au
tryvUle, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hood
of Rocky Mount. ' " ; :
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin n. Stroud
honored their son, Christopher,
with a barbeinevdlnner served tn
the yard of their home near Deep
Run recently. The dinner was flven
in honor of his 18th birthday and
the following people were there:
Miss Laura Stroud, Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Stroud and family, Mr. and-
Mrs. Melba Sparrow, Alex Barwlck,
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Grady and fam
ily all of Deep Sun. Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Smith and. family, Mr. and
Mrs. Aubrey T. Smith, of Pink Bill,
Your shiny new automobile with
prices averaging about $2,064
has to get you a whale of a lot of ,
use to justify its cost.
Winter wear is the worst bait
snatcher. It can strip your car of
plenty of service ', . ..
Unless you Oil-Plate it!
;. - 0 -;
uy cn t;:u. e insuronce soi- i
in v" i ; '
Tf ju f n g q
' Noted Throat Specialists Report . m
on SO-Day Teat of Camel Smokera..,
Mris. Dora Swinspn
Dies Bear Marsh
, Mrs. Dora F. Swlnson, 82, died
at 5 a.m.; Tuesday at her home in
the Bear .Marsh Community after
an illness of five days and a long
period of ill health. Funeral ser
vices were held at 3 p.m. Wednes
day from the Bear Marsh Baptist
Church, of which , she had been a
.member for more than 65 years.
Rev. T; K. Woody pastor, officiated
and interment wiS in the family
emetery near the home.
jj ' - -.
Surviving are three daughters,
Carrie and Annie Swlnson of the
borne and Mrs.. Everett Dixon of
the . home, community; one sister,
Mrs. Joe King of Rones Chapel;
MRS. ;M. M. TIIIGPEN,
V f :: r Beulaville,7 ti.je: , f r
V-jJf ''"Representative. For 1.
Vi WARSAV WhOALZ
5 t.'.:. COMPANY .lA V;
was t . j k. . aua "
$, these were the f
sf Mt4 tliro.it f
after tot-ii at 2
It J t!
. "iVLE" Jotb wss dnin' oo keg
Uli front of Ltm's At
other day. Suddenh' he looked op tod
drawled, "Did ;oa ftUen te where
the Covemer wa down is LuabcHM -but
week to help the Carolina Power
't k Llfht Company cat ia their new
' ateam plant to make electricity? They '
; tell me they doat need any more
electricity now, What do yotr mink
Lem (topped aoma, applet to lay,
Vep, they tell me Aat they doat
. really need that electricity now, bat -that
they want to be tore they have h
wbca they do need b. That'i the
trend of the dinesoa't enr.biv
. cng hi aappinf." N ' '
THE TREND OF
1 Lent was right. The trend of the dmes
b) don't be caught uppUg, and that"
h the reaton the beer mailers" of
North Carolina are cooperating 100
per cent whh the Malt Beverage DM-, '
I sion of the NorthCarolloa ABC Board,
, They are coopentiDg .with the Malt -.
Beverage Diritiocf to be mi mat iho
people of North Carolina hare, the ('
kind of retail beef cttabliahmcots that i
the General Anembly had ia mind
when It eMabtohed the Matt Beverage -,
NORTH CAROLINA DlVISIOJi
vsrtxD states mmaaf
Wane Bldgt Bateffh, H..
2 Always en Guard! Even when
the fine lubricating oil itself isn't
covering a part, OiL-PLATiNa is!
It protects your engine against
grinding "dry-friction" starts . .
from corrosive combustion acids
Sm DtM to any fat Dttm j ttf atrf track tkoaM ta ttMy
titpbrlni potiM ttuva below. dMckad pariodiallt btnmtnh
1. 0 Fn Car-Safety Cheek,
SiMjr lnfia aaS Ettrj Bhmk
4. MtH tntry Mora nldnlrW,
Octobw 31. to Ford Xw-SaMy
S. la SO worlh or tat on Mtry ;. Contact Koatfqinrtan, Box fin..
Hank Saisk tMt tutommt: "AS CWeao77, Mlinoli .
(a) TJm any Ford Daalor'a truck may b oolwidand. AS
from sludge and carbon caused D . 2 i' .,-1t 3 rt," i s vf ,f
- I. ON-Platlng a feature of pat-'
i anted Conoco N Motor Oil per
, I forms a wear-preventing miracle -J-
1 by fastening a shield of special lu-
'i i bricant to. working parts. Oil
(.71 s . Piatinq can't all drain down -
. . . from sludge and carbon caused y m . -
by wear.1 ' I "
3. Watch Out for Winter I The '$i't"Z
even ovegrnigbt! . y , agauist winter with Conoco iv. ? ' i
' ScsYcur Concco Al!'--r-3 A::r;!r r4 f'O'.Yf
frigid months are the-moet danger- 4
ous months for these cax-killera i
New and older cars iotA urgently J
nnea uonoco uon i wait . . . j
dnve Maura in todav and armor it r. 1
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. blank awarded lor ataioorlty,
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Judxea deeiaiona final. Dupli
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Entries moat ba aubmittad in
tha nam ol nclatarad owner
" or deairjinted raprenntaiUvak
Only on entry par ear or
an trla become the . property
. oi rora. tonuov auDjact to
Federal, Stat, local Hula
tlona and rulea on entry blaoic :
(af) Winner name will bo
: txisted at all ford Daalert' not
Liter than December 1, 1S4S,
(a) Con teat open to all i
denta of U. 8. except employ-,,
'eea of Ford Motor Company,.
' Ford Dealer, their ndvertiV
lag agaoeie or their lamillea.
one ef thai 7C3 prtzasl H ,
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4-Door Cetton V-t Ford Sadana, nljne
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