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THE DANBURY REPORTER.
DIVIDENDS PAID I
TO CLOSED BANKS
During Past Three Months Liq
uidating Agents Have Paid J
Out $1,118,000 to Creditors.
Raleigh, D-c. 27. —More than
>1,118,000 tied up 4n closed bank*
was released to 28,710 creditors dur.
4ns the past three months by the
liqiu Siting division of tjhe state
bamkins department, Commissioner
Gurr.ey P. Hood reported today.
The majority of the money, $713..
4 485.71 went to delators, while
5»307,263.75 was raid to (secured
oreditons «nd 5»7.29«.45 .to preferred
Hood pointed out that only two
loans. 'totaling $123,497.65, had
■been made ftom the Iteconstruction
Finance Corporation to finance the
One of the«e loans, $G,f27.27 to
the liquidating age.i t of the Citizens
Bants of Mount O'.ive, has heen ;iaid
in full, he said, while $14,781.994 h.w
been paid back on a loan of ?11t>.
470.5R" to the liquidating of tho
Merchant!) Hank of I>tirhn.m.
The following payments in detail
toy banks follow:
Farmers_Aho>*kie llank. Ahoskie.
Angler Dank and Trust Co., An.
"Bank of Had in.. I'ad.n, 54.752.6tf.
Beaufort Banking and- Trust Co.,
/ f „ ..
' • ' KftVinor* Bonk, Delhaven, SG,aO6.
Bank of Chadbottrn, Chardbourn,
Oontiental Trust Co.. Charlotte,
Carolina Banking and Trust Co.,
Bank of Clinton, Clinton. $12,537..
Merchants Bank Durham, $200..
Carolina Banking and Tru-t Co.,
Elizabeth City, $36,287.65.
Savings Bank and Tru>t Co., Kliz.
abeth City, $101,176.22,
Kim City Bank, Elm City, $3,919..
Mercihants and Farm,era Ban't,
Peoples Bank. Gasttonia, $7.287..
Carolina State Bank. Gibson. $9,.
Bank of Grover, drover,! 4.627.15.
Bank of Goldslon, Goldston, $5,.
Farmers and Merchants Bank.
Sicotland County Savings Bank,
Fhrerjers K.nd Merchants Bamt.
Bank of Lowell, Lowell. $5,291.17.
Bank of Macon, Macon, $4,689..
Commercial and Farmers Birk,
Marie Bank, M.orehe»d City, $2..
Cherokee Bank. Murnh/, 13.123 _
Bank of Pee l>e* U» ikin».lia*n,
CHU«n Bank, 'flprln? hope, $?,.
. r, 'Bank of Stony Po ; .it, S:ony Porr.t,
" ' MlMll.
"T ' Troutman Bank'.nj and Trti-t Ot .
Established 1872. Danbury, N. C., Wednesday, December 28 1932
| First Bank and T.if>« Co., Try.
Bank of Vsa, Vasa. ss,7*' 1.95.
Peoples Bank, Waeeo, $3,938.43.
Bank of Warden, Warrenton. $38,.
Bank of Whiteville. WhJteville.
Home Savings Bank. Wilmington,. |
Commercial Bank. Wilson. $3,201..'
j s£el:ulon Banking and. Truct Co.. '
Zebulbn. $25,307.65. I
I Payment* in Securvd Creditor
i Merchants and Manufacturers
Bank. Andrews. $13,517.28.
| Central Bank and Trust Chj-. Ashe, i
I Bank of Aulander. Aulander, SI4O.
Bt'evard nankins Co. Brevard..
$494. l! 0.
| Bank of Cary, Cary. 5323.52.
Bank of (Clinton, Clinton. SSSS.7.t .
Merchants Bank, Durham. $14..
Citizens and Commercial l!.:iik j
Franklin ton, $750.95.
Bank of OuldMon. Goldston. ST.. j
Bank of Cril't'Oi. tiril'ton. s7.osv..'
| 37. ,
Flwt Bank and Tru-t Co.. llcnder. j
Planters B'ink and Truflt Co., i
Lumber-toil, $8.737.5 W.
| B.ink of Macon, Macon. $12.50.
Farmers Bank a ill Trust Co.. -
Wank of Moneure. Moneure, $12,.
Merchant* and Fan.vor.s lan!:.
Moorcs ville, $',*74.96.
' Peoples Bank. M si..
Eastern Bank and T.ifst Co.. Np>v
I Bern. $1,048.92.
Bank of Oakboro, Oaklioro, $3,.
Bank of Old Fort, old Fori, si:|._
; Bank of I'ikoville. Pikeville,
I Mechanics Savings Bank, Ualeigi:.
i Citizen* Bank, l'ichland, $685.
| Graham County Bank. Robbing
Citizens Bank, Spring Hope. 11..
Bank of Alexander. Taylorsvili'V.
Bank of Wagrum. Wa.-rnm, $314..
Bank of Stoke* County, Walnut
I Farmers and Merchants Bank.
I WaUtonburg, $796.02.
I'lanters Bank. Wilson, $20,824.30.
j Citizen B;tnk, Windsor $7,2G6.21.
Winton Banking and Trust Co.,
Zebulon Banking and Trust Co..
' Zebulon, $128,445.51.
Payments to Preferred Creditors
Bank of Badin, $1448.23.
* . •
Bank of Beaufort, $3,062.47.
Merchant* Bank, Durham, $22.80.
Citizen** Bank, Farmville. $8,723..
American Bank and Trust Co.,
Bank of Kenily, Kenly, 7,587.92.
Bank of Lowell, Lowell, $8,421..
Merchiants and 'Farmers Bank,
Citizens Bank and Trust Co., New
■ Bern. $6,866.28.
WATCH SERVICE (
At the Baptist Church There 1
Will Be Interesting Program
With Refreshments — Sev
eral Ministers to Be Present.
A community watch service wi'.i ,
be conducted at t':>e Baptist church
S,a;tu»da.v flight participated in by
Kcv. O. K. Ward, of
lent Baptist Church, by Dev. J. B.
Needlh.ini. (of Hie Danbury M. F.
j Church, and by lllev O. W. Marsh ill
of lie Danbury Prcvibytprlan Church
Tftp meeting will b«gin at 9:30
P. M., with a social hour in the]
! Sunday School rooms.
At 10:30 there will be a love
feast, coffee and buns be n'i seized'
Special mu.-i • will be arranged-
The pu'oll" is cordially Inviied 10 j
attend the service which will con.
tinu-e until midnight. 1 10-ing Willi |
the advent of the new yer.r.
Death of Mrs.
Sarah J. Tilley
Mrs. Strah .lessup Tjiley died
i Monday at her home near Westlle'd i
i H4ed l«'t!t 75 yeaix. She was the
i widow of t!ip late A. Tilley, who
1 has been dead for a year. M .s. I
j Tilley had been practically an in
valid for several years. •
The funeral wag at Went field on
I Surviving are the following chud
• ron: Mrs. Laura Hail, of Tolm^cco.
"* •- !
ville; Mrs. Held Hall of CMhaee. I
ift-.s. Ml-Daniel 01 Aberdeen; j
Mrs. Klisha Simi'ions, of Charlotte: |
Mrs. Hill of Wim»ton_Salem; Mrs.
Undo Pell, of AVeetfiel'l; Mrs. lona'
lof WestfleUl; Messrs. (Sninuel,
William, and Andrew Tille\. of Wee»i
field: and Marshall and Bufus Tilley
of As-iieboro. Surviving also are the
. following sisi.ers: Mr.«. Cole Sim.
1110ns, Mrs. A.F. Christian. Mrs. J.M. 1
' Mrs. A. F. Christian, Mr*. J. M.
. Jesstip ail of Wes:field and one
j brother, A. W. .lessup of Westfield-
Mrs. Tilley wtw a splendid Christ,
ian lady and she will tie seriously
mis.sed in her community.
Mr. and Mrs. Easle.v .loyee, of
Washington, D. C., accompanied l»y
' their friend .Mr. Otis Chapman also
. 01' Washington, spent Christmas
j here with the parents of Kasley.
Mr. and Mrs, W, E, Joyce.
Mr*. X. E. Pepper fell down a
j short flight of steps Friday and dis.
j located a bone of one hand. The
I Injury was attended by a physician
and is healing.
Miss Mary Taylor, of the fie mar
j ton high school faculty, is spending
' the holidays at here.
Bank of Old Fort. Old Fort, $156..
Raleigh Banking and Trust Co.,
Weldon Bank and Trust Co.. Wei.
. ! don. $19,224.24.
Bank of West Durham, West Dur.
, ham, $329.64.
Three Paid In FuU
The report called attention to tho
. foct that All creditors of the Con.
| 'Mental Trust Company of Charlotte,
, the Citizens Bank of Gattca and the
j Troutman Banking and Trust Com.
1 pany of Troutman, .have .been paid
j in full.
CHRISTMAS IS !
QUIET AT KING
Victories at Basketball with
Pinnacle and Walnut Cove—
Personal Items of Interest.
King, Deo. 28.—Mr. and Mrs. Alva
1,. Turner left last week for Canada '
where they go to make their future '
home. Mr. Turner wiio is a tohao o
raiser will grow the weed in Canada. '
William 11. '1 il'ior re art'el I •
day from Durham where lie went on ,
a business trip.
Pt\;'. 11. G. TlKMiia>- of Stoncville
jis snendin 1 : the ' hri. tai.i holiday.*
•with relatives i.oo
The King high played a doulde.
header basketball game wi'lt Pinna.
. ele at .Pilot Mountralii Thin t! i.*
| night. Boys p-core King 2a. Pinna. (
Jdo 19. Girls .score King 24 Pinna. 1
cle 20. j
Harvey Ptilliani and family or
I High Point are spending a few davs
I , 1
I with relatives and friends h«iv. j
Albert Petree of Cimintiaii. Ohio,
is spending thv C'hrlwnias liolUlayH
with relatives here. Mr. IVIre" w i-'
; reared near here going to Ohio about
thirty year* ago. lie holds a po- .
lion ari locomotive engineer with
| the Norfolk and Woflern Kaihviy.
I Baliesh Voting deputy rheriff of
I Danbury was here looking .1 tie.'
some legal matters.
W. A. Smith of Winston_Sale*n
1 formerly of King was a business
visitor Were Saturdoy.
j Mr. and Mrp. Bryan PulMani •if
j Winston.Salem spent S.iturdav and
Sunday here the guests of .Mr. I'm'.
liam's mother, Mrs. li. F. Ptilliani.
j O. L. Kiger banker of Rural Hall
was here .Saturdav attending to bus.
The Kin#? All s>'ar. I»UHkotb:ill
won a double header
Walnut Cove in ihe Kini; uyninasin.n
J Friday nigh?. Hoys M'orp Kjnu 11.
Walnut Cove 11. OirN Kins 31. Wal.
, nut Covv -0.
! Mr. and Mrs. Robert ISruwn »f
' i !
i Winston.Saie.n repent the Christ mas ,
holidays with relatives here.
j Lester l'ulliam and son, Joseph if
, Ouj haiii w'ere among the chrlstm is
Mr. and Mrs. lrvin Knight ..f
' Newport News. Va. are spending
! some time with relatives liere and
. at Greensboro.
j J. G. Moorefield of Rural llall
| was hare on business Monday. i
Tile folli\ving births were regis.
j tered here Monday, to Mr. and Mrs
Chester Carroll u daughter and to
, Mr. and Min. Raleigh Hall a daugh.
Atorney Dallas C. Kirhy of Win.
est on .Salem was here Monday on
j legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 10. Smith
■ have returned from Asheville where
they cjpent Chrlsimas -with relatives
1 j and friends.
| Fred Haus-e.r medical student of
•, Riichmond, Va. i» spending a. few
! days with relajves here.
Misses Kate Stone of Charlotte
and Clodie Stone of High Point
returrted to their homes after spend.
3 *.ig a few days here the guests of
A. F. Collins and family eper.t
6 Monday In Mount Airy whetre they
* were the eueets of relatives.
Mr. and Mne. Gurney Edwards of
Winaton_Balem vial ted reHatlves here-
SUGGESTION OF 11
JOHN A. LEAKE
Thinks a Law Should be Passed j
Prohibiting Deficiency Judg
The following letter, which co.i.
tains Interesting and valuable xii *. v
xestions. i*i published without at»*ib». | .
g,v to Mr. John A. I.oake. its autho ,| t
l.aw»onville. N. c j
Dec. 2s. l:« 32.
Mr. N. K. IVIMH'V.
liear Mr. IV-ppc*:
As you know thousand* *»ui ! ,
bent and most .«ul*»tantial citixeivj,
have l»e«*n. are hoiuu. will l»e h«»1 I I
out of thfir farms and h«ni»T>.
mg thoir life oarniiiK**- In jntu.y
eici's ithis piN.pefly luinuinu
| than t.vn p«»r «*o• *t. *»i a« iua! value:
■ in nearly ev* i\ * a>" lirinuini: inu« !i
less than niormam* «»r deed of trust
held avain-'t >a:d properly,
i These nion'\vr'l int«*reM> wiP e"'
'a man oui a!\\a.vs at i >a«rit i»". t'-« •
less tli«n delu. T'non they will a\,»
judgment for reuiainder »t d**lit.
The loser o! hjs property i> not
only l»roken up. l»»it hi- 1 futuro
blighted l»y a so if time
anl should he
could ar»umulat»» anything he H»uld
never have another home. And •«
homo is what fills thv »\vihm* wit i
•ommunltv pride and
and the tiling uliat are ne«es>i'>
to a luiildor «>t a eommunitv,
What prido ran a tenant have in
his community. «»r fhe huildinu u*»
of his eommunitv. when he ht«
l»eeu sold out, and
future hampered l»y a judgment
taken l»y .-erne heartles »»ppre*'or?
j Patriots d"»n't sri»\v under nuelC
conditions. , l
! To remedy such conditions a law
should be ]>a>ved prohihitititf" any
individual. «-orKoration or e»nci'.*n
|!ro-m rakiim in sueh car"*?-. I
and void all jud-ment>" taken t'«.r
i the past five yeai>. This will *iivc
, our f.'ood eitizons an opportunity * 1
' ree«»ni?ruot. hold t°ycther. and to
tierome patriots rather th in to !« (
' JOHN A. I.KAKi:
Mill .M. . anle-. I! t -»«v IY.-g, |
Mtudents it llainravcs Military Ae.ru!
demy at That ha in. Va., are here for
• the holidays.
, Will llartman, of Hantaan, w.m
in town I'riday.
| Klder Watt l'riodv unl Jesse U.
Priddy. of North View, spent a eliort
while in town Friday.
' Ueputy Sheriff Oleve Lawson, .if
la»"!Kitiv.ill(>, ij. re 'hi it ed (|uite : ' 1
| Mr. and Mrs. Wa lace loyti l O'
Wins'on.Salem, /Lntted hor.in fjll-jt
here during the 'holidays, the family
of Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Icv
The Danbury Union Sunday Sc'ioil
tendered a Christmas tree and en.
[ tertainment at the M. E. Church
Saturday night. A large crowd was
Gray Tilley. white, and a Colored
girl were bitten by a maddog nt
TV.i>nut Cove Trurnday.
Passed Away in Winston-Salem
Wednesday Funeral at
Alls. J.-ttic Hier-.in Covington, 7|„
nas-vd away WednesiJa\ noon at
the hume ...» her d»»-liter. .Mrs.
H. Murray, 1-1 : East Tu.'nty_rirth.
fti.et, Willi- t«i:i.Sali.in. fnVn.vinK
>prioi:s illn t ... of pneumonia.
h was liiirn in s:oke -ounty,
•V" ii !•:. ! a of th *
inu- i-:;:jaii ;.! i i:ji Z . t„ , h i:j er *, rt-
She -l-ont m.wt of |,or :iiv in stole,*
, ■ 1 nt • . U lUM'e 111 1 ' III!.--!. II (J yx-tut A
larmor. !lt» ji.«— t .-l aw.i> ten year
" Mu> ii i,| liren iKjnj^
home with :| ,J • ,i- >, M j
,\l.i,"e. U:n ie»ii. K.mie J,
an.l w.,, viri:!n« Jl «. Murray wh*w,
she »,I. strii-Ueii ;|! Slip «.|. a mt-in.
' v: ' '•"'' i I'ri:ii.itiv«*
' - 'inr. li. Si
•" 1 i ; a>• » v ,| • hie^
U " '• '' I «■' «•' Jl Cuiittj
Ai '• " M Wi,..o.i_.
Pfilem. and XI I- .: J\ o| j
W-i .».!•.>.»., .j,, I.mile 'J. -tav M>n,
W. A Covin-ton of W|:i-i..n.»Saloms[
I ..ii sifti-iv, Mrs. .Vlier: Samuel
II gh I'niii:. anil .Mrs. leather YiMimfj
I' ii.liiii'.v. .tii(j * I.iripen
The I'une. a! will Iv ,| I'l itl ir
a:ie n.mi . • :• ~vn„ ( oiwir
S;nji:_ I'rilnit:v • liaji:;. t "'huri-h.
I'.Mer* Walt Tim;„ urd S. 11. J.'oirf
will the serviri-s. tturi.it
will follow ill -hi' iliurth ■-*im vey"iril.
Jli*« Mary Martin, who holds a
|ii'.«itioii in the Splma elty s.-hools.
, silent (' hris'i, mr. at J>er 1. nnp hc»r-».
the family of Mr. ai:.| Mrs. N. A.
Martin. While here Mi-. 1 Martin
wit-- vi ited i.y lv frietid Mr. S. p.
Wood of Splnia.
Mt*s I.una Tax 'or h.. r jo'nerf ti-p
"ivuhe". M Ni-:i> 1.M.011 Taylor,
who i» \i.-::nu her sun. I';-. Spots*.
Ta>!-ir. ;n I'hi'.tdell'h.a.
• Ape i '.• re".ii; n home after the hnl„
Favors Our Food
k m. ]
MARLKNE DIETRICH, who will
make two more pictures in
j Hollywood before returning to Eu-
I rope for a vacation, has become an
I American food fan according to the
, | gossips. Although she adores her
native German cookin t , she has
astonished her film friends with the
new American dishes she serves
them at home. Eggs Louisiana, rem-
I iniscent of the old South, is a lunch
eon favorite in the Dietrich house
hold and is made by combining a cup
of condensed tomato soup, "4 cup of
i cold water, cups of crumbled soda
crackers, Vi cup of mixjd cooked
4 vegetables and a tuaspoonful of
minced onion. This is poured into a
greased baking dish and six eggs are
carefully broken on top. The dish ia
then covered with ',i cup of grated
' cheese and placed in a hot - ven until
. the eggs are set, usually about IS
minutes. It serves six.