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" At its February meeting, the Cal
ypso Ruritan club presented Mayor
Ben sellers 01 uaiypso witn a trail
er equipped with two 60-gallon
drums, and a force pump with hose.
There are two ire extinguishers
mtt aihA tn fim trallor mnA mnnltf
ftf hurireta tar a hrlffade. -
; Along with the equipment was a
pump operated from the power
take-off of a tractor, or Jeep, ca
pable of 200 pounds pressure.
, The town is in the process of or-
ment. .-:'' :i.r:--d'
James Strickland, Boy Scout Lea
der,, was presented a plaque with
the scoot emblem and pledge.
James Loftln made a report on the
national .convention held at Roa
noke, Va., January 21-23.
of the Agriculture committee, was
in charge of the meeting and 'pre
sented the - speaker of the even
ing, B. B. Moffatt of Goldsboro,
who brought an interesting talk
with a film, on oil and Its relation
10 agriculture. .
the absence of the regular pianist
Hervey Kornegay, Jr. who is ill.
Squeegee Water Pumps
And Replacement Parts
Dust or Wettable
, i , . r : V,,I
i . lial -rot t...4r recovery
A.i v lttiWUd to t'ue estate
wLl pleas make immediate pay
ment. ..'v.',:.-' "
This M day of February, IBM.
. ', France Alio Qrady Exe
' - cutrlx of Ned T Grady.
8-3HL FAQ ;v-.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified at Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Oar
land Hums, deceased, lata of Dup
lin County, North Carolina, this is
to notify all persons baring claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned Administratrix
on or before th 18th day of Janu
ary, 1692. or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery;
All persona Indebted to said es
tate will please .nuke immediate
payment. -' ", : ;' .;v-
, This XSth day of January, 1931.
, ; Lolo H. Hums, Administra
trix of Garland Hum estate
n ones or administration
CALYPSO MAKES START Shown above U
what citizens of Calypso nope will grow Into a
full-scale volunteer fire department, and in the
meantime provide the town with some regular
means of fighting fire. Several times in the past
the town has had destructive fires which could
have been prevented with the above equipment
Left to right, Junls Strickland, Benjamin Sellers,
and Herman Berwick, appointed to organize a
volunteer department, A. D. Johnson, who built
the outfit, and Mayor Ben Sellars examine the
equipment It consists of two 60-gallon drams,
equipped with a force pump, supply of buckets
and two fire extinguishers. On addition, the rig
la equipped with a pump, (under Strickland's
band) which attaches to the power take-off of
a tractor and can be need with any available
water supply,. (Photo by Cletus Brock). ' "
The Ladies of the Presbyterian
church served, a delicious ham
supper The meeting was adjourned
with the song, '"Till We Meet
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of that cer
tain deed of trust dated December
22, 1947., executed -by H. M. West
on and wife Bachel Weston and re
corded In Book 431 at page 518 of
the Duplin County Registry., De
fault having been made In the pay-J North Carolina
ment of the indebtedness thereby
secured and the owner of the note
having demanded that the same be
forclosed, the undersigned will of
fer for sale and sell to the highest
bidder for cash, at the Court House
door, in Kenansvllle, Duplin Coun
ty, N. C.,: on, Monday,. February
20. JSSU at 0 hour of 12jO0 O'
clock, Noon, the following describ
ed lands: -"'X 'H';':-
SITUATE In the Town or War
saw, on the South side of Bay
Street and being Lots 13 and 14 aa
shown of plat showing subdivision
of the J. F. Faiaon Morrisey prop
erty, according to plat and survey
by J. C. Moore, surveyor, and re
corded in Book 218 at page 806
of the Duplin Co. Registry and the
same land as conveyed by A. MoL,
Graham, Comm. to H. M. Weston,
on Dec 1, 1947.
Advertised this the 24th day of
E. Walker Stevens, Trustee.
' NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale contained in a certain
deed of trust executed by Hay
wood Merritt and wife Georgia Y.
Merritt, dated the 27th day of July
1950, and recorded in Book 463 at
page 109, in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of Duplin County,
North-. Carolina, default ' having
been made in the payment of the
indebtedness thereby secured and
said deed of trust being by the
terms .thereof subject to foreclos
ure, the undersigned trustee will
STYLE AND POWER FEATURED III 1951 CHRYSLERS
offer for sale at public auction to
the highest bidder for eash at the
courthouse door in Kenansvllle,
North Carolina, at 12:00 noon on
the 17th day of March, 1991, the
property conveyed in said deed of
trust the same lying and being In
the County of Duplin and State of
North Carolina, In Magnolia Town
ship, and described as follows:
Being the Haywood Merritt house
and lot as Is described in a deed
from H. E. Newberry anil wife .to
W. L. Merritt as recorded In Book
110 page 297 of the Duplin County
Registry; and to which reference
is hereby had for a more particular
The following personal property
is also Included in the said deed of
trust: " :' ' '
One International Truck BLD-
269-89249 KB7-66087 20000 160.00
W2T87C 1949 8G :
One Kentucky Trailer 8327 20000
160.00 Z980410C 1946, 210 (The
above personal property Is de
scribed by way of their North
Carolina registration " cards).
: A ten per cent deposit will be
required of the successful bidder
aa evidence of good faith.
Advertised this 14th day of Feb
ruary, 1951. v r,-
A. Mitchell Britt, Trustee
S-ll-4t RL . : .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned, having quali
fied as administrators of the estate
of Joseph Ida Outlaw, deceased,
late of Doplln County, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned en or before
the 19th day of January, 1952, er
this notice will be pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons in
debted to aald estate will please
make immediate payment to the
This the 19th day of January.
Gordon K. Outlaw
L. B. Outlaw.
Administrators of the estate
Joseph Ida Outlaw, deceased.
H. B. Phillips, Attorney
Kenanevllla, B. a
m..e immediate payment.
This 17th day of February, 1951.
r L. L. McLendon, Sr., Ad-'-.':
miniatrator of Jeff C. Mc-
. .. London.
8-l-6t LXiMcL. .
Mecklenburg County led the
State In registration of motor ve
hicles during 1950, the Dept. of
Motor Vehicles reported.
The county's total registration"
was 66,823. Guilford ran a close
second with 64,898. Wake was third
Clay reported the lowest regis
tration, 868. Tyrrell was second
low with 951.
Duplin's registration was 10,260
as compared to the following ad
joining counties: Wayne 18,077;
Lenoir 11,653; Jones 2,417; Ons
low 8,933; Pender 3,950; and Samp
Having this day qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of Mrs.
Cora Player Farrior, deceased, late
of Duplin County, North Carolina,
this la to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before one year from
last date of publication of this no
tice, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery.
All persons Indebted to said es
tate will please make immediate
This the 80th day of December,
N. P. Farrior (Pink Hill, N. C.)
... TO CREDITORS :,t
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and massive front-end that typlflea the power and luxury of the new Chrysler line.
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View of the new Chrysler "FirePower engine.
Conservatively rated at 180-horse power, the
new 8-cylinder powerplant is n 90-degree
valve-in-head V-type engine. .
Advanced styling inside and
out, a new 180-horsepower Fire
Power engine and an improved
Chrysler Spitfire engine head the
list of 73 major improvements in
corporated in the new 1951 Chrys
ler line. v .
Chrysler Division officials state
tlmt in no previous year has the
division introduced so many
major mechanical features,' nor
done more to increase the esthetic
apiiiil of the Chrysler models.
I.r.i ior developments in the new
line include an On (low shock ab
sorber, standard equipment
throi ;hout the line; l.yuaruide
hy .lulic-meohnnirnl power sieer
inir;. and a Fluid-Torque Drive
tonin e converter.
T a power steering unit and
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t "sent on the Imperii! 8-pas-
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!-. i i i as opi.ioml eon;ment
ft - f 'I --.I t i I-,'r
The 1951 Chrysler la -offered in
twenty-one body styles in the
Windsor, Windsor Deluxe, New
Yorker and Imperial lines,
. Styling Advances
: In appearance, the 1961 line
fully .sustains the pace of the me
chanical improvements. All
models have been completely re
styled, Inside and out, and each
model has its distinctive indi
vidual characteristics that make
it readily distinguishable from all
others in the line. Changes have
been made in the direction of fur
ther streamlining and the en
hancement of sleek, luxurious np
pearanee. .. vri . v-: .
Styling changes include a new
wide sloping hood that helps to
increase driver visibility; new
front fenders: new curved bump
ers and massive bumper guards;
new front and rear ornamenta
tion; new fruit- that are distine
t ' f r H "' ': pw fft
r '. r :i T l . it 1
belt molding that now completely v
encircles the ear.
" The new wrap-around "dear
bac" window is now used on all
models, increasing rear-window
area by 201.7 square inches or 80
per cent as compared with 1950 '
models not having this feature.
Accent on Beauty '
- Length of the ear is accentu
ated by the new front fender line,
which extends further back in the .
front. door panel. A distinctive
turn signal and parking r light
combination is found on ' each
model, and the span between the "
headlighta has been increased 8.5 .
inches, better to outline the width
of the ewr,,;HJrxi'vi-i'r.-' I
Interior styling ' includes im
provements in upholstry and
trim with an nnusuaKyi wide
choice of materials that are the
jnot Iwriouf al tst- 1 t'.zt
t . ' ? l."S ??' : .' "
Having qualified as executrix oi
the estate of Ned T. Grady, Ute of
Duplin County, North Carolina,
this Is. to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
undersigned, the former home of
the deceased on or before 23 day of
irfeii yti rlia rt!;;;i txi wtm
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KENANSVnXB EUS STATION
Havltig qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of Jeff C. Mc
Lendon, deceased, late of Duplin
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons fatvlng claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the 'undersigned
at 1123 Bartlett Avenue, Elizabeth
City, North Carolina, on or before
the 23rd day of February,' 1992, or
this notice will be. pleaded in bar
of their recovery. All persons' Indebted-
to said estate will please
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ment out, repair It have It ready
for use when spraying season arrives.
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