FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18th 1949
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THE DUPLIN TIMES
L J bu Ini U.u-
Mm Delia nradv Holme and
V. LejLXiirrenune oi luiuton
lave annajmcecr. tneir inamage
vblch too; place'. in quiet cere-
aony Novemoer at eauion. - -
Mra. Turrent'inflii'a'dauBhter of
100 UltV- JJMf. tuu wiii mv
of this county, and the widow of
khe late Mr. Web d Holmes also
of Duplin.' She made her home in
lithe B. F. Grkdy school community
during Mr. Holmes, life' time. Mr,
Turrentlne, a native of Burlington,
l a ann of the late' Mr. and Mrs.
Barnes TurrenUne." Jle Is retired
engineer oi tne Atlantic uoasi xjne
ilallroad. The couple are making
their home at 115 E. Caswell St.
in Kinston. ." -l
l Mrs. l!,H. Turner, whose birth
day was on Nov. 11, was honored
with a barbecue dinner' with all
the trimmings a ther home Sunday,
f Out of town guests were Dr. and
Mrs. L. B. Turner and son of Jack
sonville, Mrs. Maggie ; Brooks of
Chicago, Mr. John Watson of New
ft.rn Mian OHa Maxwell. Mrs.
Clarence Grady and Mr. Cop eland 1
JVMlams of Kinston, Kennetn Max
well of Chapel Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben F. Outlaw and Misses Bertha
jmd Jennie Maxwell - of Seven
Iprlngs, .. . , ,
Duplin Boy -
recently. i ' "' ' "'
Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas' Heath Of
Kinston and Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
Jones of Jones' Fork were recent
guests of Mrs. E. K, Davis.
! Mr. and ' Mrs. Wm. Baird and
: sons .of Raleigh were recent visit
.Misses Bessie Kornegay and Ber
tha Isley and Mrs. Katie Rowell
were Kinston shoppers Saturday.
, Mrs. Kelly Palmer of Salemburg
has been visitiag Mr. and Mrs. J.
s Mrs. Chilton Howard and son of
Kinston- and Mrs. Kermit Noble
and son of Deep Run were guests
of their aunt Mrs. Floyd Heath on
'.Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lee were at
Newton Grove recently to attend
the funeral of Mr. Rose, a brother-in-law.
Miss Hilda Lee of ECTC visited
her parents recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Heath, Mr.
and Mrs. Chilton Howard and son
of Kinston spent Sunday in Ral
eigh. Messrs Hess Davis and Dempsey
Smith, Joyce Smith, Albert, and
Robert Smith, Wayland and Hess
Davis, Jr. attended the State-Wake
Forest game in Raleigh Saturday.
Miss Jacqueline Burke, a senior
at Carolina attended the Carollna
Notre Dame game in New York on
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
NOTICE OF RE-SALE
WHEREAS, the undersigned, act
ing as Mortagee, in a certain mort
gage executed by James Boney and
wife, Hattie Lee Boney, recorded
in Book 431, page 318, in the office
ol the Refflster of Deeds of Dunlin
County, foreclosed and offered for
sale the land hereinafter describ-
' ,L.,T oiiv. in i..u tad- and whereas within the time al
ii jonu Dueiiuu suuui i v i - -- : ...
St Fannville, was among 180 high lowed by law u advanced bid was
school seniors who qualified for flted with the Clerk of the Super-
.. .... . . n fnnrt and on nrrinr irsiim (11-
ntry in the student forum ior
safety being conducted by the w. o.
Highway Safety ' Division. Young
fmith, son of J. M. and the late
Mrs. Essie Smith of Duplin county
is now making his home with his
lister, Mrs. Carlton Teel in Fann
ville and la a senior student in the
high school there.
Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Souther
land of Seven Springs, Rt 1, aa
ihm hA birth of a son. Thomas
Franklin,' November -8, at ParrotU
Hospital In Kinston, Mrs. soutner
land Is the former Miss Adele Bis
hop of Pink H11L
" The Senior class of Pink Hill at-"
tended exercises commemorating
American Education Week at Camp
Lejeune recently. :y
: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson at
tended the State-Wake Forest game
In Raleigh Saturday , and spent the
week end in Ingold with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Maxwell
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Lylton Maxwell in Winston
Salem. Miss Emlleigh MaxweU attended
the Carolina- Notre. Dme game in
New York Saturday. She went as
guest of the Radio Broadcasting
' Company in Norfolk for which she
works. She was accompanied by
her sister, Miss Sarah Ann Max
weU of Richmond- , ,.,, ,., ,.
f Mr. J. F. WiUlamson is a juror in
kinston this weeltTC j$,J'
I Mr. Kenneth Maxwell, ipenf fhe
jveek end at home. He was accom
..1.4 wk to Chanel H1U Sunday
by his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
MaxweU. v ' ' - - ''
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis and
IhUdren of Elizabeth City, Mrand
Mra. Harold Davis and Mr., and
Mra Lawrence Johnson of Kinston
were guests of Mrs. C. A- Davis
nr fVinrl and an order issued .di
recting the Mortagee to resell said
land upon an opening bid of Six
Hundred, Seventy-Eight and 70
100 ($678.70) Dollars.
Now, therefore, under and by
virtue of said order of the Clerk
of the Superior Court of Duplin
County, and the power of sale con
tained in said mortgage, the under
signed Mortgagee will offer for
sale upon said opening bid at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder for
cash at the door of the county
courthouse in Kenansvllle. North
CaroUna, at 12:00 Noon on the 26th
day of November, 1949, the follow
ing described property located in
Duplin County. North CaroUna, and
being described as follows:
BEGINNING at a stake near a
hickory tree and runs thence as Do
da A. Blanchard's Une North 80
West 608 feet to a stake, Lizzie
Dixon estate corner: thence as that
Une North 10 West 487 feet to a
stake in W. I. Staten's Une; thence
as his Une North 89 degrees 10 min
utes East 324 feet to a stake; thence
South 23 East 256 feet to a stake;
thence South 29 East 243 feet to
the dividing corner between C, F.
and J. W. Blanchardr thence South
19-14 East 130 feet to tne Begin
ning, containing 4.8 acres, more or
A ten ner cent deDOsit wiU be
required of the successful bidder
as evidence of good faith.
Hubert E. Phillips,
Mortagee and Transferee
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of W. E.
Currle, deceased, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned, duly veruiea, on or
before the 18th day of November,
19S0. or this notice will be piea in
bar of their recovery. All persons
inldebted to said estate, will please
make immediate payment.
This November 12, law.
Sudie DaU Currle, Admrx.
of W. E. Currle
The undersigned, having quali
fied as administrator of the estate
of Sarah Elizabeth Kennedy, de
ceased, late of Duplin County, this
Is to notify aU persons having
claims agailnst said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned on or
before November 8, 1950, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
' This the 8th day of November,
S. A. Smith, administrator
of the estate of Sarah
Elizabeth Kennedy, de
ceased. Beulavllle, N. C.
H. E. Phillips, Attorney
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the power
of sale contained In a certain deed
of trust ' executed by Nathaniel
Gigher and wife, Lula Gigher dated
the 3rd day of March, 1949, and
recorded in Book 453 at page 113,
in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Duplin County, North
Carolina, default having been made'
In the payment of the indebtedness
thereby secured and said deed of
trust beine bv the terms thereof
subject to foreclosure, the under
signed trustee will offer for sale
at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash at the courthouse
door in Kenansvllle. N. C. at noon.
1:00 P.M., on the 12th day of Dec-
JOHN DEERE TRACTORS
On All Size Tractors and Equipment
EASY TERMS IF DESIRED
Seven SpringsSupply Co.
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C.
ember, 1949, the property convey
ed in said deed of trust the same
lying and being in the County of.
Duplin and State of North Caro
Una, In Limestone Township, and
In the Town of Beulavllle, N. C.
and more particularly described as
Reins lots Nos. 65. 66. 67. 68 sit
uated In the Town of Beulavllle on
a plat of property formerly owned
by J. W. Gresham and Known s
the Gresham land as surveyed and
plotted by W. D. McBrayer C.E.
which said plat or map is recorded
in Book 216 at page 30 of the Pub
lic Registry of Duplin County, and
being described in a deed dated
November 8, 1944 from I. J. Sand
lin et al to Nathaniel Gigher et al
recorded in Book 428 at page 93,
to which reference is hereby made
for a more accurate description of
the above lots.
This 7th day of November, 1949.
A. L. Mercer, Trustee
For Grady Mercer
Grady Mercer, Attorney
As Administrator of the estate of
Sarah Elizabeth Kennedy, deceased,
I will offer for sale at public auc
tion for cash at the home place of
Sarah Elizabeth Kennedy near
Beulavllle, N. C. at 10:00 A. M. on
the 26th day of November, 1949,
various articles of personal proper
ty, including household and kitchen
furniture and any other personal
property belonging to Sarah Eliza
beth Kennedy, deceased.
This the 8th day of November,
S. A. Smith, Administrator
of the estate of Sarah
Elizabeth Kennedy, deceased.
H. E. Phillips, Attorney
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Turner & Turner
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KINSTON, N. C.
FIRST -CITIZENS BANK & TRUST COMPANY
AS OF THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER 1, 1949
PINK HILL, N. C.
Cash in Vaults and Due from Banks $ 39,736,420.07
U. S. Government Securities $43,059,946.08
(Direct and fully guaranteed)
Federal Housing Authority Obliga
tions, Federal Intermediate Cred
it Banks and Federal Home
Loan Bank Debentures 3,508,536.40
State Bonds 7,461,560.98
Municipal Bonds 11,357,937.37
Federal Land Bank Bonds and Other
Marketable Securities 6,175,108:99 71,563,089.82
Accrued Interest 607,010.58
Loans and Discounts Less Reserve ..- 35,879,156.62
Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures and
Building Sites Less Depreciation 730,616.24
Commercial Building Corporation Stock 1.00
Other Assets 6.00
(6 parcels of Real Estate carried at $6.00
Appraised Value $16,500.00)
Capital Stock Preferred $200,000.00
Reserve AC Preferred Stock Retirement Fund
Reserve AC Accrued & Unearned Interest, Taxes,
Insurance and Other Reserves
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