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AUGUST 12
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OPEN NIGHTLY
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The N. C. Department of Agricul
ture was represented at the Meat
Processors meeting by John A. Win
field, msriket newsnuui
A. B. Brady, efChadbodrn, p?_
ident of the Chadbonrn Packing
Co., was elected director of the
Association from the Seventh Con
gressional District at the meeting.
There will be 16 directors of this or
ganization in all, 12 from the var
ious Congressional Districts and
three-at-large from the State.
MEAT PRODUCTION SHOWS
INCREASE OVER LAST TEAR
? Nation-wide meat production un- j
der Federal inspection for the week |
ending July 20 totaled 391,000,000
pounds, 19 per certt more than the
327,000,000 pounds for the preceding
week and 43 per cent above that
produced during the corresponding i
week last year.
Slaughter cattle under Fodterai in
spection was estimated at 348,000
head, 29 per cent above last week
and 88 per cent above a year ago.
Beef production was calculated at
178,000,000 pounds, compared with
1130,000,000 a year ago.
Hog slaughter shews an even
greater gain, and is estimated for
the week ending July 20 at 1,048,000
head, which was six per cent greater
than the slaughter for the corres
ponding week a year ago.
Lard also showed a large increase
in estimated production for the past
week, up to 82,700,000 pounds, com
pared with 24,700,000 pounds in the
week last year.
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"What part of your car causes
the most accidents?"
"The nut that holds the wheel."
LEGAL NOTICE
ADVERTISEMENT
NORTH CAROLINA,
PITT COUNTY.
Notice is hereby given that the)
Board of Aldermen of -Flarmville,
North Carolina, will receive bids for
the Alterations and Additions to the
Municipal Building for the Town of
Farmviile, N. C.
The building construction is ?
follow?: exterior walls brick and cin
der Modes, front faced with Indiana
lime stone-, interior partitions, cinder
blocks, asphalt tile floor over con
crete, concrete roof slab over 'steel
joist, composition roof j all as shown
by plans and called for in the speci
tficatieoa. > - ' ' .
Proposal* wifi be received until 3
M., August 15th, 1946, in the
unieipal Building, Farmviile, N. C.
f A bidder's certified check for 6%
o/ the amount of bid rant accom
pany proposal. (In lieu thereof^ a
bidder may offer a certified check for
2% of the bid plus a bid bond at
3% of the hid). A performance bat
ia required' in the. amount equal to
100% of the contract and upon the
payment of all persons Sflfciplying
labor and furnishing" materials for
the construction, of the project
The Proposals for Plumbing,
Heating and Wiring will be received
on this date but let tinder separate
contract.
The Proposals, Instructions, Pis.,
and, .Specifications may be obtained
* Frank W. ? Benton, Architect,
>? N. C., or from the City
Ftanville, N. C.
.iBcation has been made with
far Production Board for priori
The Board of Aldermen of the
Town of Farmviile, N. C., reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
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Philip Shirley, Bfllie Marlowe, |
I Cameron Barker and Jbnmie Beaman
are attending a Scout Camp at Fish
I ^Mrs* c!*T. Hicks and -Mrs. W. A.
| Marlowe were Raleigh visitors, Tuea- j
I day. ~ |
Rev. Rey Taylor haa refcunwdafter
i visit with relatives and friends in
I Los Angeles, Calif.
I Mr. and Mrs. Jason Shirley and
[children were Wilson visitors, Sun
| day. i
I W? Elisabeth Holloman, Miss
Ana Holloman and Seth-Holloman
1 spent last week visiting reiaiivvw in
| Moultrie, Ga.
I Mrs. John Ray Whitley has return-1
led to her home after a visit in Shelby.
Mrs. Clarence Jones and Mias|
I Gladys Letehwoyth were Raleigh vis
| itors, Thursday.
I Mrs. Neta Shackleford and Rich
ard Shacklefodd visited relatives in |
I Wilson, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Craft and son,
| NOTICE OP SALE OF VALUABLE I
REAL ESTATE
, Under and by virtue of an Or
der of the Superior Court of Pitt
County, North Carolina, made in
that Special Proceeding, entitled
I "Mrs. Apple E. Flanagan vsl W.
R. Burnette, Admr. of Mrs. Flor
ence V. Nelson Estate, George Le
roy Skinner and wife, Sadie Skm
ner, E. Guy Skinner and wife,
Selma dinner, J.T. Skinner and
wife, Pearl Skinner, W. Rnfus
Skinner and wife, Mary Lee Skin-1
iter, Preston G. Phillips and wife,
Mable Skinner Phillips, Frabk
Manning and wife, Myrtle Skin-1
ner, Milton Shirley and wife, Ada
Iv. Shirley, Bert Meye Burnette,
Unmarried, Z. W. Dye and wife, I
Jewel Burnette Dye, Henry Moore I
Burnette and wife, Wanda Bur
nette," the same being No. 4676
in the Special Proceeding .Docket
of'said Court, the undersigned
Commissioner will, on Saturday, the I
24 day of Aug, 1946, at 11 (Eleven)
o'clock A. M? on the premises hi the
Town of Farmville, North Carolina,
offer for sale to the. highest bidder I
or bidders for cash those certain
lots or parcels of land lying audi
being Jti the Town of Farmville, I
County of Pitt, State of North I
Carolina, and more particularly P
described as follows: (/ ,1
LOT NO. 1: Beginning at R A.
Joyner's corner on the north side
of Griramersburg Street and nlnsl
thence along R A. Joyner's lme l
in a northerly direction 133$ feet l
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to Lot No. 3; thenee along line of
jot No. 3 in a westerly direction
ind parallel with Griinmewburgr
Street 50 feet to the corner of Lot
sJo. 2; thenee along line of Lot No.
S and parallel with first line in a
KTCtherly direction^-133$ feet to
Jrimmersburg Street; thenee a
ong Grimmersburg Street in an
wstoriy direction 50 feet to the
point of beginning. ? ?
LOT NO. 2: Beginning gt cor
ner of Lot No. 1 on north side of
Grimmersburg Stregfc, and rtms
thence along line of Lot No. 1 in a
northerly direction 133$ feet to
the line of Lot No. 3 p thenee a
long line M?f Lot No. 3 in a west
erly direction 57$ feet, or more, to
Contentnea Street; thence Mong
kmtentnea Street in a
133$ feet to
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feet or more to the
frr;rrrg[-v
the Christian Church, officiated, a?
the Ref
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all of Walstonburg.
RELEASED FROM SERVICE
Edward L.- Johnson, seaman, first
% son of Mr.: and Mrs." Edward
Johnson, of Route 1, Fanaaville,
was released^. recently from, the
USNR ait theNavy Personnel Sepa
ration Center, Charleston, 8. C.,
after serving 19 months, with 11 of
these spent overseas.
Johnson is entitled to wear the
American Theatre, Asiatic-Pacific
and Victory Ribbons.
,;4 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
Having, qualified as Executor of
the estate of Rosa Smith Gay, late
of Pitt County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
on or before the 12th day of July,
1$47, Or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons indebted.to the aaid estate will
pleaae make immediate payment.
This the 8th day of July, 1946.
i v ? JESSE GAY, Executor.
IteiiksaaiiaUaiMHiaaiiteBfeaiiaianeBmrta
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2ach person ownii
uc land in
the district has one (1) vote for <
acre at land owned.
Polls to be opened at the
Hall in Town pf Farmville, North
Carolina, tram 7. A. M. to 7 P. M.
en Monday, August, 12, 1M?.
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Acting
John B. Lewis, Secretary, ^ T-MMK
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SS^OTPCK TO CREDITORS <*3
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Having Qualified as Administratrix
of the Estate of James & Lang, late
of Pitt County, State of Northj
Carolina, this is to notify aU per
sons having claims against the Es
tate of the deceased to exhibit-thcmt
to the unfenigned at Farmville,
North Carolina, on or befose the
2nd day of Augsst, 1?47, or this.
Notice _ will be pleaded In bar of,
their recovery. All pemons indebted,
to said Estate will- please make im
mediate settlement. . , ;
' TWa Ike 81st day of July# 1H*.
WINIFRED -C. LANG, Adminiatra-t
trix of the Estate of James R. Lang.
John B. Lewis, Attorney, 8-2-6t
Boy "Savings Bends" Have! Holdl
26th day at Julr, im.
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Jote B. Lewis,
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
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