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P Personals
fc Bpggg visited Mr.
and Mrs. Richard McDowell and
daughters in Kins ton Friday.
' Mr. ancl Mrs. Bill Carroll left
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Sunday morning for a two week
vacation, they plan to sight*** in
Quebec. Canada while away. ,3
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clark and fam
ily spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Clark.
Mrs. Viola tyhafey it a patient in
Parrott's Hospital in Kinston.
Mr and Mrs Richard Williams
were in Goldsboro Wednesday
night.
Mrs. Peannie Blizzard and Sambo
were in Kinston Tuesday.
Mrs. Zoya Jones and Mrs. Mattie
B. Sutton and Kate Jones shopped
in Kinston Taesday.
Mrs. Carl Heme and daughter,
Tina spent Saturday and Sunday at
Surf City Beach.
Mrs. Ike Ives, and daughters.
Amy, Susan and Beth spent last
week at WrightsviUe Beaeh with
her sister and brothers families.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smith and
Becky Ann spent several days last
week at Topsail Beaek.
Mrs. Carl Home and Tina were
at Surf City Thursday.
Or. and Mrs. F. L. Norris and
Frank and Jerry Grady left Sunday
for a months vacation, they plan
to visit in Okla. and also to sight
see in the Western states.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brinson had
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Sunday dinner at the Souftertaire est
i Srr'eflri RwneU Lazier Kit *
ty Tuner and Mildred Williams w
had the supper at the Souther nahe
in Sneads Perry Kstdaf eight.
Mr. and Mr* Oleaa Lenier. Abhte
and Cathy #?ot several day* at ?
E?erqM late la*t week,
t Mr. Archie Lanier, Kim and Art
fished at Emerald We Thursday.
Mrs.. John Thomas, Ricky and
Johnney and Mr. apd Mrs. Glen
wood Thomas and children meet
^several days last week at White
i Miss Beverly Denny of Washing
ton, D. C. spent the weekend with >
her faewfe ie BeuiaviAle ?marly i
is employed with the FMi in Wads
a^too. i j >tu tv] i 'a i
I Mrs Lfla K t*n&r thdpphd in
Coldeboro Saturday.
Mr. Behhy Kennedy ef Raleigh
spent the weekend, with his mother,
Mm. WmlSBm
Mrs. Clyde ttMason and Mrs * Ar
chie Lanier spent Friday and Satur
day in Raleigh1 visiting Mm. Nick
Hodge, Mrs. e (K Sandlin and '
Mrs. R. E Quinn
Mr and Mrs. Gardner Edwards
spent several days during the week
at'Myrtle Beach. S ?>'
Guests of Mm. Mine Kennedy
during the week were Mies June
Miller of Swaneboro and ilo Am
Quinn of LaGrange.
Circle flo. 3 Met
The womfch, of.Circle No 3 of the
BewlavUla Presbyterian Church met
Tuesday night at the home of Mrs.
Ike Ives.
The meeting was called to order
by the Chairman, Mrs. Scott Smith,
followed by prayer. ...
After the Scripture reading.taken,,
from MATTHEW 26: 17-30 a ques
tion and answer period followed ,
with each member taking an active ;
part. At the close of the study. Mrs.
Ives served refreshments of Straw
berry Short cake to the nine mem- ,
hers present. The August meeting
will be at the home of Mrs. Carl
Home.
Outlaw's Bridge
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The Rev. Tfinh'V. Hawkins of
Chapel Hill wW Wiping minister for
the Sunday ' morning service and
guest of Lewis W. Outlaw at the
dinner hour.
Members of the Home Demon
stration' Club met with the Albert
son Club, Tuesday, Ally 9th at 8:30
p. m. for their regular July meet
ing. Mrs. Ambrose Smith-presided.
Devotions wnre give* by Mrs. Gra
ham Teachey, Mrs.' Mae Spicer,
Home Agent, gave an interesting
demonstration on "Bed Spreads
You Can Make." Club eoHsct teas
used to close the meeting.
Mrs. Lesaie Horton was hostess to
bridge players at her home Fri
day night.
The Rev. and Mrs. Vinton Bow
ering and children of Milford,
Mass., have been guest of Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Outlaw for several days.
Messrs. Ebner i. Outlaw of Avon
dale, Arizona and M. L. Grady of
Aibattson werw brief visitors here
Met ThufrtUF.
libs. L. 8jj,?$ng of Greensboro
and Miss Wunift Ring of Charlotte
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Outlaw.
Mr- and,Mm. A. J. Nichols and *
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1 of film*, visited relative* Sun
Ma*weU of Wilson
rs a fiinday vUltor with relatives.
Miss Marie Biaeli of Raleigfc m
visiting Mr. and Mre. M. W. Sut
ton tws week,
St nator Simmons has returned
torn*. "A< wy-*. "'5P?r "
Mr and Mrs I
and Sunday witfi Mr. ana MrT
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Peaches I
I Andrews Produce Market
NEW LOCATION
Next To Price's Gulf Service Station
WARSAW, N. C,
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small deposit holds your
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The savings are stupendous ... we are
offering the best for less!
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$2.98
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? 90% Rayon ? 10% Acrylic ? 100% Nylon Binding
$5.98
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Students can Pick the blanket with the school emblem of their choice?
I University of North Carolina ? North Carolina State College
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ffwo Year replacement guarantee. 74% Rayon, 20% Acrylic, 6% Nylon
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SINGLE CONTROL DUAL CONTROL .
$12.98
$14.98'
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Condensed Statement
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,:?< . AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 3p, 1963 I
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RESOURCES
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Cash and Due from Banks
Bunks
' f afad Governrtient Agency Obligations $23,379,825.96
State and Municipal Bonds 23,1^4,916.76
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Accrued Interest?Investments
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$ 22,185,086.08
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47,174,822.72
51,'892,856.87
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$124,823,MO
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dealer, eUetrieat ooi*afltev,.or a ssashy-CJ^iL.lOitoa.dor fads and
a FREE BOOKLET about the Quick Recovery Electric Water Heater.
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