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f DID YOU KNOW? - - - By R, J. ScotTl
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THE OLD HOME TOWN p ItctMtrtd O. S. Aten Ofne» By STANLEY
*& I HAP
TO cTome Home. \ TME B>^
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S' WHO SOT THE UOW DOWN ON ELMER
BRASGS RETURN HOME,AFTER "THE
i VVWk? REPORT HE HAD MADE A S>S
c&JurJ?' FINANCIAL success in the city
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i THE GUMPS—HIS CHANCE NEXT ™““
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HENDERSON, (N.C,) DAILY DISPATCH FRIDAY, OCTOBER f 7, 1982
* <CIM •! •» r 'TV# • * * * f. ’ *
1 DID YOU KNOW? -- -By R.J. Scott [
J'- k *, V;
THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY
yoj cowards
r~r TOU 10-10 VJ I
until, next weeks Pa y
OUT IT'.- yT y// <-y/
I HAD A DAILV PAPER /
Vjdget back, at you BYy
1 the Editor* of the weekly clarion
N. THINKS HIS POLITICAL- ENEMIES TOOK /AN
UNFAIR ADVANTAGE CF HIM WHEN THEY
l fLIMw# ATTACKED* HIM TWO HOURS AFTER THIS '
WEEKS PARER HAD Gone To PRESS
© m» lwW.»aM> C««trat Fre« 10-6-3*.
MANY CORPORATIONS
IN NORTH CAROLINA
GRANTED U. S. LOANS
jO»«ttftiaad from Pac* om.)
Till i .—i .
tlona, $2,667322; to railroads, $12.7%.
SBS, including $5,696,449 to railroad re
oaiveTs.
Lioattfl to North Carolina institution
were:
Gonway, Bank of Conway. 12.500
Doteon. Surry County Loan and
Trust Company, $90,000.
Framont, Bank of Fremont. Sin 000
Gastonia. Gastonia Loan and Tru«-t
Company, $2,500.
Greenskoro, North Carolina Hs, lk
and Trust Company, *6,500,000.
Lexington, Commercial Bank of
Lexington, $64,610.
Mount Oflae, Citizens Bank (re
ceiver), sl*ooo.
New lands, Avery County Bank j 4.
500.
North Wilkes boro, Bank of Nonh
Wilke*boro, $15,000.
Raleigh. Commercial National Bank
of Raleigh (receiver). $721,000.
Roanoke Rapids, Citizens Bank &n c
Trust Company, $4,000.
Roanoke Rapids, Citizens Bank and
Trust Company, $5,500.
Shelby, First National Bank ~f
Shelby, $95,000.
Washington. First National Hank
Washington (receiver), $16,000.
Hamlet, Hamlet Building and 1.., -n
Association, $9,940.
Henderson, Henderson Buildine a-.i
Loan Association, $7,500.
Henderson, Home Building t~a
Loan Association, $24,869.
Smithfifeid, Smiihfield Building a:.d
Loan Association, $7,868.75.
Southport, Southport Building and
Loan Association, $4,000.
Dispatch
WANT ADS
Get Results
DON'T FORCin CS SATUKHaV
we have a full line of iiun.
and vegetables. Main Street kiu,t
Store. In Shaw’s Old S?<*na 7-I*.
WANTED TO RENT -FILLING
station, small farm or a hous*- tin
main highway. Write Box 3t
Franklinton- N. C., stating pne
and location on same. 6-2il
BELIEVE IT OR NOT- DAY BY
day in every way more and umre
people are learning about the menu
of our shop. Meet your friends
here. Allen's Barber Shop.
Thura-Fri. ts
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR KEN 1
in private noim, convenient
boarding house. Call 139-., r:
553-W 7 2u
COAL, GOOD COAL —LET US FILL
up your bin now while it fe cheap,
it wUI be higher after weather gets
cold We have a Tull stock ready
for you at right price. Quality
and weight guaranteed. Phone 156
Hight'a Coal and Wood Yard.
19-eod ts
TTLE, SLATE, TIN AND COM
position built-up roofs put o»« and
repaired. Metal cornices and sky
lights made to older. Tannt- Hoof
ing Co. 7-lii
TOBACCO FARMERS USE OLD
newspapers to store your cured to
bacco'on. Get them at the Daily
Dispatch office for 10c per bundle
C'OAL. COAL. COAL PHONE
29. Quality Coal, correct
iveight. Prompt delivery. S.
11. Watkins Yard opposite
Methodist Church. 7-ts.
FOR RENT -FOUR ROOM FUR-
J ished apartment. Lights, water and
( telephone furnished. Phone 105.
19 e o d 6tl.
PATTERSON-CARTER. INC.. OPEN
for busineos with a full line o f
building materials. New fresh mock
of paints and hardware. Every
thing for the builder. Also j-oiiir
good bargains in slightly damaged
fireplace fixtures, grates and hard
ware. 7- . it 1
FOR RENT—B ROOM HOUSE 912
Cheatjiut street half block from
West End School. Also apartnn-nt*
for rent In the Stonewall. Apply
Eric G. Flannagan. 29 ts
GROCERY STORES. FISH DEAD
w ®r* Md markets save on your wrap
ping paper. Use old newspaper*-
Get a big bundle at the Doily DU
psleh office tot 30c. 41-ii
Na 18696
TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Gfflee of OtonptroOer of the Currency
Washingtoa D. t., October 1. 1952
Whereas by satisfactory evidence
presented to the undersigned. It hsa
been mode to appear that “FIRST NA
TIONAL BANK IN HENDERSON" in
the c*Hy a t Henderson In the County
<rf Vance mid State 0 f North Carolint
hoe complied with all the provisions
of the Statute# of th« United States
required to be complied wkh before ar.
■fimktim shall be authorued to
conmteuce the business of Banking;
Now therefore I, F. G. Await, act
ing Comptroller as the Currency, do
h«*by certify that .“FIRST NATION
AL RANK IN HENDERSON” in city
of Hemderson in County of and
State of North Carolina la authorised
to commence the business of banking
>3 provided in Section Fifty one hun
dred and sixty nine of the Revised
Statutes of the United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my
hand and the Beal of office this firft
dsy of October. 1992.
F. Q. AWALT,
Acting Comptroller of the Currency
SEAL—of the Comptroller of the Cur
reikcy. Currency Bureau, Treasury
Deportment.

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