ka: Ne v7S:
. ;j. p. Tucker Sr. and Herbert
visited Mr. and Mrs. Thedle Tuck
er In Lu.p.i.ke and Lynchburg, Va.
. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hay Powell
: ' of Richmond spent the week end
wlth;r i. Leslie Powell at the
r ' home of ISri. Laura Merritt.
';') , Mrs. Florence Horne and' daugh
ter Betty spent the week end in
Wilmington. ' . ' ,
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Charles Bo wen of. New. York,
spent the week" end visiting the
it,. Misses Lizzie," Cora -and Almeta
-edwards. ' '
: We would like to correct a typo
graphical error of last week," Mrs.
; J. A. McArthur was formerly Miss
'-. Mamie Fryar.and not Miss Maurice
' Taylor. : " '
i The WMS of the Baptist church
'' held their State Mission meeting
In thn rhnrch and
. 'tade special offering, for State
' Missions. '' .
The Carroll i. ma Began a
revival Sunday night with Mrs.
v - nm..M nH7llMn1nrttnvv mi ami
, The Methodists began their re
' vival Monday night Rev. Crossno
of Warsaw Is guest preacher.
Tuesday, Oct. 6 the Eastern Bap
tist Association will be held here
in the Baptist church, opening at
- . -
Week end guesU of Mrs. Audrey
Joyner were Mrs. Camache Of Wil
mington. Mr. and Mrs. Jones of
Burgaw and Miss Susan Brown.
: The many friends of Mrs. Mary
Chestnutt Merritt will regret to
inarn that she la in James Walker
Hospital and underwent a serious
Glad to see Will Merritt able to
walk around again.
On Sept. 21 the. Lenoir County
Cancer Clinic examined 23 persons
and 15 patients were referred to
their personal physicians for fur
Persons attending the clinic came
from Snow Hill, Midway Park,
Trenton, LaGrange, Seven Springs,
Beulaville, ... Wallace, Hookerton,
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Attractive Draperies Add
; Beauty And Charm
To Your Home
fsew . .., -ton.
The Clinic is held each liwrsday
with registration from 10:30 to 11
30. Examinations are free to all
with a "danger slgnaW -. -. 1
Persons living outside Klnston
Should write Cancer Center Clerk,
P, O. Box 49, tKlnston, N. C. for
appointment, ,v. - '
NOTICE OF .TRUSTEE'S
' SALE OF LANP .
The DECORATION SHOP specializes in window
a treatments Cornices - Festoons Draperies
Large selection of antique satins, imported chintz
and failles for draperies.
1Ti3 intmrafrnn Shnn
PeytonAvel- i . ' Kinstpn . ( 1 J ta.ZS -3,
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TTnflar anil hv VirKlB Of the DOW-
er of sale contained in that certain
Deed of Trust executed by Mrs.
cnia waoiv iwidmv to E. Walker
Stevens, ; Trustee, dated April 1,
1947, 'and recorded In Book
at page 118,'of the DupUn County
Registry, default having been made
In the' payment of the indebtedness
thereby, secured, and the holder of
the debt having"tlemanded that the
Trustee foreclose said Deed o
Trust under the powers' therein
contained, the undersigned Trustee
will, on-Thursday, October 26, I9
60, at 12:00 o'clock Noon, at the
Court House Door of Duplin Coun
ty, in Kenansvllle, North Carolina,
offer for sale at public auction and
sell for cash to the highest bidder,
all 'that certain lot or parcel of
land, located in the Town of Falson,
Faison Township, Duplin County,
North Carolina; and being more
particularly described as follows:
to-wit: . ,. ',..'i' .
Bolns that certain lot of land
in the Town of Falson, North Caro
lina, and fronting on Virginia Ave
nue and First Street, and which
said tot fronts fifty (SO) feet on
Virginia Avenue and runs back
150 feet on ..First Street," and Is
designated and numbered as Lot
No. 6 in Block B, according to and
appearing on that certain map
made from an actual survey of
same and recorded in Book 157, at
pages 586 and 587, in the Office
of the Register, of Deeds for Doplla
County, and to which reference Is
hereby made for a more complete
description of the same. ,
--This the 25th day of September,
i . E, Walker Stevens, Trustee
By: Woodrow H. Peterson, Any.
Clinton, North Carolina -10-20-4t
A winter cover-croo b good
investment for Southern ' gard-
ners and fruit growers.
Orange and grapefruit trees are
being grown this year In North
Carolina, near Cape Hatteras.
To RttifW "' Ui ' j
. Duplin Supply Co. -1
1 Aubrey L. Cavenaugh -r
Farmer's Hardware Co.
Hines Auto Supply Co;
WiUiford, Inc. t V
,, A. Brooks Dept. Store
' Warsaw Drug Store -
Warsaw Farmers Exchange
'Warsaw Furniture Co.
Branch Bank & Trust Co.
Mack Oil Co. i y
r J.-E. Fulford '
n Miller & Best, Service Station
. Warsaw Flour & Feed Mill
' Sheffield Motor Co.
Tide Water Power Co.
; 'atterson Farm Supplies
, Vallace Motor & Implement Co.
Vallace Hardware & Machinery
Vorsley Oil Co. ' ' L '
(lanchard & Faryior Whse.
Vallace Stock Yards
farmers Feed & Seed Co.
essup Motor Co.
M. L. Lanier
Mary B. Parker
H. R. Parker
' PINK HILL
Pink Hill Civic Club
FusselTs Esso Service
I. J. Sandlin Co.
Brown & Miller Co.
Dr. Paul Bolui
Dr. F. X. Norris
Bird Oil Company
t T. W. Quinn
C. C. Ivey
Dr. R. E. Outlaw
Grady Supply Co.
M. B. Holt
M. J. Blizzard
C. S. Thompson
Rose Hill Trading Co.
iVaccamaw Bank & Trust Co.
0. P. Johnson
Service Motor Co.
G. E. Alphin
T. O. Stokes
C. E. Quinn
Kenansville Prod. Credit Assn.
THE SUPPORT OF THESE ASSOCIATE MEMBERS IS AP
PRECIATED. THROUGH THE SUPPORT OF FARMERS AND
BUSINESS MEN, THIS ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN INSTRU
MENTAL IN GAINING LEGISLATION AND FARM PROGRAMS,
WHICH HAS REFLECTED IN AN INCREASED INCOME FOR
EVERY DUPLIN CITIZEN.
1951 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS NOW OPEN. EVERY BUSI
NESSMAN AND FARMER IS URGED TO SEE HIS LOCAL MEM
BERSHIP COMMITTEE AND JOIN WITHIN THE NEXT TWO
Duplin Couuty Quota 1600 Members
Duplin County F arm Bureau
r 't i
msmuB qjp to $m0oo
' " "T - Yes instead of $5000 -- your deposits are now in--',
' sured individually up to $10,000. This increase was no
; accident. The excellent safety record of the banks, since '
"fi"' ' -:' : " t' Ti" " 1 1 ' '
- the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation was estab-
lished, is largely responsible. Behind that record of
j ' i' safety lies good management. . Always where there is
,., Seventy-eight ' years of continued operation and
growth tell the story of management in the Branch
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Banking and Trust CompanyV1 Since 1872 every policy
of the bank has pointed first to security for the money
"of depositors Deposit insurance is an extra protection
which we gladly'provide as members of the Federal De-
good bank maWement tiiere is security tad safety for ' posit Insurance Coloration.
i depositors' money.
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The D. D. I. C. was organized through national
legislation hence the word "FEDERAL" in the name.
The government does not, however, pay the cost of de
posit insurance. The funds of the Corporation now
over a billion dollars have been acquired through as
sessments based on deposits of the insured banks.
Since the establishment of deposit insurance
BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY has paid
$602,681.94 the largest insurance bill we pay.
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