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The Carolinian. volume (Raleigh, N.C.) 1940-current, April 07, 1945, Image 7

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1 SATURDAY. APRIL 7,1945 the CAHOUMIAN PAGE SEVK.N' Johnston County News SMITHFIELD — BY MISS M. RAYNOH Mr. William Boylan ut Nt-w York City spent the Easter Holidays here with relatives. Mrs. Charity Woodard spent last week end in Lumberlon with her son. Sunday was Rev. A. L. Mason, regular pastoral day, used for his subject the High Priest. This being a twofold subject, as it was Easter. He outlined the crostfixion of Christ so plain even a cliild might understand. His sermon was really enjoyed by all. Mr. Jcs^e Wall united to the Baptist church Sunday. He moved hi., n.i'inbership from Selma. ^ Pvt. iVloSes Barbour Co. E. 2iui Bn. 1 Regt., Fort McClellan. Ala., is visiting hts parents, Mr. and Mis Jessica Barbour. Pvt. Oscar Sanders, stationed at Fort Bragg, is visilinsj his parenU for the week end. Mrs. Samuel Reddick and clnl dren of New Bern are spending some lime with her mother here. Mrs. Rosa Avery. Mr. Reddrick came up for the Easter week end. Friends of Mrs. Della Toole regret very much to learn that she has been on the sick list a week. We hope lor her a speedy recovery. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pt..will Stevens are sorry to learn that they happened to loo-o their house and every thing they had by fire last Thursday and Mr. Stevens was sick at the time We want them to know that they have our sympathy in every respect. Mr Henry Dublin of WashiiiKtun, D C. was called home recently on account of the death of his brother, Mr Clarence Dublin Miss Soisetta E. Furlonge of State Teachers College. Washington D. C.. is spending the Easter holidays with her parents. Dr and Mrs C. W. Furlonge. Pvt. Harold McKneil is visiting hi.® parents. Mr and Mrs. McKay sta'.U'i It Liv Martin. USA, Ft. I., and wife, aiv visiting Mis II.1U1..: Muitin, also Willie Marlin, and llalliiia Md, jiiined fri.iul him livre for a .dioil visit. Hattie M. Ilabbs Ictl tor Arlin^tGn, Va.. Satiiiday luglil to in-nd .■aime linii with Inr ;-isler. s. MvK..y McNeil li-U like tlii.i the liappivsl Kasur she ev^r .,peiil Wi.y .' liecauM' tUv lud three of lur M il? lioir.e witii i-ei She was plenty tlii'illed »v>.i liieii visit Ml.- K\a Cuuper leturned to ■ I' work hvie afui ueiiig called to Lhe I>cd.-:de in • ni in-1 m l.ynch- jurg. Va, .Ml,-! Hi/.i Hl..ckni.xii of Balliniote, Vld I Visiting .Ml' iJi.ilia llrilfis md'.tlur nialivvs m and near town. The Junior Girls Super visors Celebrate Second Anniversary SKl.MA - HY C A’l'HFKlNF. LASSITIHI Miss Katie Howell, sopliuiiioie at .1,/..belli Cil.s State ieacher.s fpl- Ug--, vi'iled her p.iifiit?-. Mr. and Mrs-. A- .) Powell. Pvt Joi O'noal of (‘..nip l.ce, Va.. pent a few U.ij-- with giand •iiotlier, Mr- Llvie I'ow.ll Mesdame: Pearl O m al and Mary Hastings spent Sund.i^ in Raleigh \ lilting Mis l.iiia Piae. Cp! Jam. sA Kar.-.i-isun of blat- 11 I'l.iiid, New VvtI. spending i.i- fnrl.-unl. wiiii b. motlni, Mrs r',,l..llllO Rahald.'oll Edna R. Uav.r. t.-acher . Xj,b-'*" . w c. k end with Tlie likeness above Is that of Uavid Alien. Bgmstr. 3-c and Charles Phillips, Fit. 3-c who l.ave been serving overseas for oigliteen months. They are both inriiuT members of the Washing- 1 ton High School Baud under the direction of Prof. J. C. Levlng- slon Their Post War Plans are to lonliiiue their education. They are now •■somewhere in the Ad- nieiallies" and have been over- si-as since October 1943. They of ten get together for 'Jam ses sions” when at leisure. her pn-til'. Rvkl Mr. .Tame.'. I ilvl il his wife of R.'i k.v the week end v\ itb 1.. Lassiter. Misc Nnthaiiifl Boll tone of R'»cky A ft iend^ here dm -ng *1 davs. ,1 ..h^ Edward of S..nford Mount, spent nadlier. Mrs k and Glad: ,,ml visited ■ Fa- ter hoU- Miss .Mary Marsh of Washington, _i c'., Was the recent guest of Mrs. .\L«y Hastings. Miss Mildred Belle of Benson. Msittd her sister and aunt, Miss M- E. Belle and Miss Marie Campbell. Pvt Moses Barbour of Fort Mc Clellan. Ala, visited Miss Georgette Mnilh recently. Mr, Sindry Lee of Springfield. Maas’ , is visting Ids parents. Mr. and Edward Lee. ...«as Louise Revells of Winston- Salem State Teacher.s College visit ed he*' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lem- -1 Revels. Funeral service for Mrs. Sudie Best was held Monday at one o'clock at the Disciples Church. Mrs. Bess was well thought of ui the .iminuiiily and will be missed by her friends. Tile small children enjoyed the.. Easter egg hunt, whicti was given ly the First Baptist Sunday School. E.asttr Sunday was observi^d at he various clmrches of Selma by I ^eril•s of piograms. All were sin- erely enjoyed. Ea.ilcr Monday service was held ,l the First Baptist Church of Sel- ua under the auspices of the Jun ■If’ Mussionury Circle Sermon was iiouviied by Kvv. S. K. Benjamin, ihe y./img people also held a pray er meeting Mrs. M. S. Blake ui ex plaining the need for a sunrise .Koiiiig said. -The sun rise and dance in Heaven and lejoices Easi- 1 muiiiing because Christ has ris- in. We meet at the church at sun- .i-c aiiU rejoice with the sun 'a Talent Night was sponsored by ,he Senior Class Thursday mifhl ^ 8.UU for the benefit of the Reo Classes and Mesdamis E. H. Sher rod and S, A. Richardson gave « play Friday in the auditorium deal ing with the coming of spring- Cos- umes were of various colors. •he stage was beautif^ly with spring flowei-s Tlie highlight of the play was the dance of the sunbears. . -..I- hivh school classes are worK RALEIGH — The Junior Girls Supervisors Club celebratd its sec ond aniversary by entertaining Its friends with u banquet at Chavis Heights Center Thursday, March 22. The rooms were decorated with the club colors, red and blue. The tables were decorated with colorful tabic cloths, candles and flowers. A birthday cake was placed on the table of the president, it was decorated with white roses with green leaves and two candels which was very attractive. There were about fifty-eight . friends present. The president made a before dinner speech on the club's progres in the two years and weT Cornea everyone. . Guests were greeted at the door by the club's advisors. Miss Dorothy Lilly and Mr. Wi.ley Latham. Evt’iyone seemed to have enjoy- |eu themselves. 1 The officerj, for the year are: Bruiihilda Lawson, president. Lela Jeffreys, vice president; Is- slbelie Broadie. secretary; Lyneli Winston, assistant secretary; Juanita Broadie, treasurer. Other members are: Bessie Lee Bivens, Mary Bates, Vernice Miller, Louise Matthew^ Mary Baucom. Equilla Weaver, Evelyn Little, Delphine Colton, Sal- lie Jones, Freddie Mae Williams, Hannah Patterson, Courdia Jeffreys, Louise Dunbar and Francis Robin son. sermon Sunday morning spoke on the subject of ‘"WhSt Shall I do with Jesus which to 4be Christ", hto ' text was taken from the a7tb chap ter of St Matthew's aod -the .Jttnd verse. ."PllM.saith unte. tbeav-what shall J do then-'With JfsiM. arhlA to called Gkrtotft Ibey all My nuito him, let him cruettted. The age old question that Pilate asked the multitude to sUU being asked today that to. to say. that each person has to .decide lor himself Just what they are going to do with Christ. Qur acceptance before God depends upon what we do wiUi Christ ' The only selyation that mag knows ^>out to'throu^ Jesus the Saviour of the World. God works won't save you unless you believe in Christ as your personal Savior. Jesus stands patiently at the door and knocks and waits for you to open up your heart and let him come In it matters not how bad you might have been or what your sins were Jesus' blood will make them as white as snow. Are you going to accept Him or reject Him? Now is the time to make the right decision ao when we will have come to the end ox life's Journey we can hear the Sav iour tell us well done thou good and faithful servant, enter now Ae joys of thou master concluded the message of the Rev. Johnson. Jesse Cleveland Saunders, reporter Sitate Urgauizer 01N. A ALP. Visits Henderson uy Clara CeioLue Bamea Hviiovisun, N. C. — Mrs. L. B. Micheal, slau- oiganizer of the N. A. A. C. P. was a recent visitor in Henderson and vicinity. Mis. Mich- tal spent five days in Henderson and community. Daring her stay, Mrs Mich«al spoke nl the follow ing places. The Holy Temple enurch. Sliiloh Baptist Church, Mit chell Chapel Church, Henderson In- stitule and al Hie Central Graded School wiieie sUe addressed Pariiit-Tcaclier Association. Mrs. Miclival also visited KilUell L'ollege where she organized a Col lege Chapter of tiie Youth Council. The Council is composed of Ihir ly-seven membeis, Mrs. Mivheai le.sldes in Asheville, N. C. LOCAL BK.ANCII OF NAACP GETS NEW NAME Henderson. N C.—The HeiideisOQ branch of the NAACP has been gi anted a change in its name. The local branch now bears the name of Vance County Branch The Iccal field has now been enlarged so that a larger membership may be obtained. LLANE MOVEMENT EVERY HFTY SECONDS WASHINGTON — One hundred and forty aircraft movements per hour will be possible on efficiently designed airports having dual nxn- ways when the CAA’s proposed bas ic navigation communication sys- n/^ae-Mo imnrove- Clean ^rroundi^ help ma.e Clean surrounamgs h«:»f .i.—v - "• are the elevating factor of any society. Do NOW Wllll spiuig IIOWCl.T of Ihe play was the dance of the I sunbears. . The high school classes aie work ing on the Annual hijh school de- I bulls which are to be given m part I of the commencement exercises, 1 Mrs E G. Godsden teacher of history U out of school because ul illness. _ _ . ^ , Jasper Coley S- C. 2-c of the .Navy at San Francisco, Calif, is ’spending a furlough here with his ’ mother. Mrs I. E. Coley I Mr H L Langston of New Brit- ;l.,nr Conn spent Easter with his 'm.ither. Mrs Lougenia Langston designed airports having dual run- i •ays when the CAA's proposed bM- ej navigation communication sys tem plus other possible improve ments are in full operation through- out the country. This means air planes will be able to land and ] take off at approximately 50-sacond | intervals. jack .DAVIS Financial Statement WINSTON MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE COMPANY Winston-Salem, North Carolina AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1945 Assets Liabilities Cuh United States Government Bonds Stocks and Other Bonds First Mortgage Loans - Collateral Loan I 68,162.01 . 320,000.00 6,600.00 . 193,478.23 788.66 Real Estate (Including Home Office Bldg.) — Premium Loans and Leins Interest and rents due and accrued Premiums in course of collection All Other Assets 71,668.63 3,190.74 Reserve for Policyholders Reserve for clsims awsiting completion ■;■■■ - Reserve for Premiums psid in advance Reserve for taxes— Reserve for all Other Liabilities.. .6543,006.48 2,127.00 8,004.84 6,288.65 9.910.27 3,316.98 4,889.80 1,164,41 TOTAL LIABILITIES '‘'Sngencie. -...140,000.00 $668,337.24 LiOnungeiicio. "no 7x6 19 Surplus - 68,762.12 Total funds for additional protection of policyholders 103,762. TOTAL ASSETS - 672,089.86 TOTAL $672,089.36 For Fach $100.00 Of Liabilities There Are $118.25 OF Assets “We Build For Security” Policies for every member of the family ORDINARY INDUSTRIAL Officeri and Directors PANORAMA OF INSURANCE 1939 $3,817a>42.00 $4,023,498.00 $4,501,793.00 $5,310,909.00 $6,389,260.00 $7,337,094.33 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 O- =: “ Lr.' SeS" » BAUMAN A-h A.W. HABPER ■ Actoarr np’^'lOHH IL^niY MkUosI DImcUW DR. JOHN R. HEHR AitorWT W. AVEBV JOHES ^ ... W. M. NESM ^ J. C. McKNIOKT — - - Winston Mutual Uf e Insurance Company Home Office: ^^^n•ton-Salem, North Carolina v -n f 11 »> “We Build For Security” Home Office; Winaton-Salem, North L,aroima “We Build For Security” C€NDCNXED /TATCHCNT rrst-Citizens Baok and Trust Co. AS OF THE CLO^ OF BUSINESS MARCH 20, 1B45 SMITBFIELD NEW BERN DUNN MOREHBAD CITY BUBGAW GBIFTON BAlaEIOB CUNTON BENSON BEAUrOBT CLAYTON ANOIEB KINSTON LOV18BURG R08BBORO FORT BRAGG BCABINE BABBACKS. NEW RIVER JACKSONVILLB FATETTEVILLB 7RANKUNTON SPRING HOPE RICHLANDB CHERRY POINT RESOURCES Cash in Vaults and Due from Banks - $18,600,163.28 U. S. Government Securities $61,401,417.89 (Dlxect ud Fully GuaraiUeed) Federal Houainf Authority (^ligations 211,162.60 State Bonds 6,149,677.21 Municipal Bonds - 8,308,940.23 Federal Land Bank Bonds and Other ' _ Marketable Securities - 2,772,842.23 68,839,040.06 868,030.73 Accrued Interest - - — iftftQd fi9f;R4 Loans and Discounts - - - •, 18,084,626.84 Hanking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures (Less Depreciation) - « , - « i • ». vt n Commercial Building Corporation Stock, Raleigh. N. C. (Coet $105,000.00”rsrrt«l at $1.00) Other Assets 279,140.69 1.00 10.00 (10 Pieces of Reel Estete carried at $10.00 I value $17,975.00) $101,166,011.60 LIABILITIES cpitai stock 780,090.00 Surplus - - Undivided Profits 2,800,000.00 236,051.68 200,000.00 Reserve A'C Preferred Stock Retirement F\ind Reserves A/C Accrued snd Unearned Interest, Texes, Insurance and Other Reserves - - 2,066,360.35 DEPOSITS - - - 96,694,603.01 $101,166,011.60 EVERY COURTESY, .ATTENTION AND SERVICE CONSISTENT WITH good BANKING ARE THE FACILITIES OFFERED BY THIS INSTITU TION We Serve Eastern Carolina ...vunp. federal deposit WSURAMCE CORPORA-nON

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