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THE .PERQUIMANS WEEKLY,. :,Iir;"T"''RD, N. C, mAY, JAXUAI.Y ic.,mi8'
Of Pasquel Annunziata
The marriage of Hiss Marion Cope
, hod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
. Cfarle . Crackus Copeland of , Tyner,
and Pasquel Anthony Annunziata, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Annunxiata of
, Norfolk, took place October 29, at 10
Church. The double ring ceremony
was performed by the ' Revi. F. J.
, JUemmer and the Rev. Joseph Bren
nan on, the altar, , s,'.: -i i ..." 1
v The church was ' decorated with
palms; white gladioli and 1 cathedral
, candles. Mrs. C. R. Davies played the
wedding music with Miss Ann Marie
Sullivan singing "Mother at Your
Feet I Am Kneeling," 'Ave Maria,"
"O Lord I Am Not Worthy" and
"Panis Angelicus," -V
Given in marriage by her .father,
the bride wore a powder blue repe
dress fashioned with a self looped
neckline and around the Upline, flared
skirt and mut sleeves. Her matching
powder blue hat was trimmed with
blue veiling . ; and natural feathers.
She carried a white prayer book show
ered with brown orchids. Miss Ida
Margaret Copeland, sister of ; the
bride of Edenton was maid of honor
and only attendant, She wore a pink
crepe drees trimmed with matching
lace, black accessories and carried i
colonial nosegay of pastel flowers.
Samuel Annunziata was his broth
er's best man. The ushers were Al
De Casi and John Boyland.
The bride's mother wore , a dark
violet crepe dress with black acces
sories and a corsage of lavender or-
hBER-Amtrkis Bavrsf Modtrtthm
ds Do Good Friends-
Eight years should provide a good test and'
the North Carolina brewing industry's Self
Regulation program is now that old.
Today, it stands stronger than ever. Good
friends always "wear well" and Self
Regulation has proved itself a good friend to
the public, the law-enforcement agencies, and
those in the beer business.
Briefly, Self-Regulation is the system where
by the brewing industry makes sustained
effort to see mat places selling eer are clean,
wholesome and law-abiding.
Your patronage of beer retailers living up to
these high operating standards is our
strongest support. , . :
NORTH CAROLINA CCSEUTTEE
UNTIED STATES ESEWEXS FOUNDATION
SAM M. BLOUNT. Shit Dinttt
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Beginning January first, all Tax Listers of
Perquimans County, North Carolina, will sit
at the following places and on the dates men
tioned below for the purpose of listing your
PROPERTY TAXES for the year 1948.
List In January and Save the Penalty
CARROLL V. WARD, List Taker
January 10, 17, 24, 31 1 The late E. L. Chappell's Store
January 15 R. M. Baker's Store, Nicanor
January 22 R. R. White's Store, Nicanor
January 28 Willie Winslow's Store, Belvidere
Hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. .
All Other Days During January at Home
ROY S. CHAPPELL, List Taker
January 3, 10, 17, 24, 30, 31.
January 7, 14, 21, 2
All Other Days In January at Home
. J. C. Hobbs' Store
C. Hobbs' Store at Night
.Court House in Hertford
JOHN O. WHITE, list Taker
' January 3, 10, 17.
-At Court Hense in Hertford
10, 17 . -At Court House in Hertford
17 through 31 .,, At Court House in Hertford
All Other Days In January at Home
New Hope Township
SETH LONG, List Taker
M 1 January
3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Jackson's Store, New Hope .
-Kart Knsseil s store
Perry's Store at Woodville
J. B. Webb's Store, Durants Neck
All Other Days During January at Home
Parkville Township '
RAYMOND STANTON, LUt. Taker
January 10; 17.
January 3, 10, 17, 24 through 31-
All Other Days In January 'at Home
Each farmer, owner or his" agent, must come forward to report the
acreage of each crop' to be harvested, or has been harvested, on his
own, or his tenant's farm of the year 1947, also the number of acres
to be cultivated, lying out, number of bearing fruit trees, and tons of
fertilizer used for all crops. . '
prepare "your lists now, and save time in listing, also avoid PEN
ALTY for being delinquent after January 81st, 1948. This is required
by the State Law. See Chapter 310, H..B. 45, Public Laws of ..North
Carolina, Session J939. , ' ,
f-J. W. WARD, Tax Supervisor ,
? , . perquimans counts', n. cA ' ' ; '
ehids. The bridegroom's mother wore
a black crepe dress with matching ac
cessories and a corsage of lavender
orchids. .'V'-f:''-' -Hv'"
A reception at the home of the
bridegroom's parents, 236 Ainsworth
Street,' Norfolk, - followed . the cere
mony. Upon their - return from a
northern wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs.
Annunziata aire making their home in
Norfolk. " ;.
The bride traveled in a green suit
with brown accessories mink furs
and a corsage of brown orchids.
, The bride is a graduate of Chowan
High School, She also ifra registered
nurse of the DePaul Hospital, Nor
folk. Mr. Annunziata served in the
Navy and at present is a machinist
The out-of-town guests numbered
Miss Olive La yd en spent several
days recently with her brother, E. J.
Layden and family of Elisabeth City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ferrell and son
Nelson of Newport News left Friday
after a week's visit with Mrs. Hettie
Charles Brown of Philadelphia vis
ited Miss Margaret S. White a few
days last week.
Mrs. A. D. Weston returned home'
Thursday after two weeks visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weston of
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie G. Chappell
and family spent the Christmas holi
days at Miami, Florida, and with
relatives at Wilmington, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Winslow, Miss
Cassie Winslow, Miss Carolyn Hurdle
and Miss Willie Mae Chappell attend
ed the closing session of the Friends
Regional Conference at . Somerton
Church near Holland, Va., Sunday af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young and
children, Harmon, Jr., and Bobby and
Mrs. Martha Young' of -Hertford,
Mrs. Joanna Richardson of Orlando,
Florida, and Miss Olive Layden were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Copeland New Year's day. ..:
D. Virgil Pike of High Point? and
Isaac Harris of Greensboro were re
cent' visitors among friends in the
Mr. and Mrs. Estes Copeland and
family of Sunbury were visitors in
the noma or Jars. a. r. white Sunday.
. Mr. and Mrs, John Lipscomb of
Richmond visited Mrs. Hettie Lamb
during the Christmas , holidays.
: J. M. Elliott of' Edenton was a visi
tor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L J.
Winslow New Year's day. , "
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce spent
Sunday at Winfall with Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Pierge.' ' "
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Stalling and
son Ronnie and Miss Lena Symons
were goests on Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Branche of Portsmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Thompson of
Elizabeth City spent the New Year's
holiday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Yeates. - V ? i
Harold Nixon of Elizabeth City
spnt Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Nixon.
Mrs. J. C. Wilson vas in Elizabeth
City Monday afternoon.
Mrs. J. H. Symons has been' sick
for the past week, but is somewhat
Calvin, and Curtis Wilson left Sun
day for Greenville to resume their
studies at ECTC after spending the
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy visited
friends in Elizabeth City Sunday
Mrs. George Jackson has been on
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to express our thanks
and appreciation for the many acts
of kindness shown and words of sym
pathy spoken during the death of
Alonza Overton. .Especially are we
grateful for the floral tokens and for
automobiles loaned for the funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Overton and
the sick list this week. . v
Mr. andMrs. Cary Quincy of Nor
folk and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Brewer
of Elizabeth City spent New Year's
noiusays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. U V. Quincy. ,
TURKEY DINNER - -;
The members of Belvidere Home
Demonstration Club entertained their
husbands and a few other jrueste at a
turkey dinner Wednesday evening,
December 17, at. the Community
The house, ' which was beautifully
decorated with evergreens and : a
lighted Christmas tree, rave the at.
'biosphere of holiday event
Miss Frances Maness had charjre of
the recreation. Interesting games and
contests were enjoyed, with I. C. Ya-
gel, Mrs. Fernando Chappell and B.
W. Copeland winning prizes.
Forty-eight members .and guests
enjoyed the evening. : l--'--r-r'-
ENTERTAIN AT DINNER PARTY
Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Ccx were hosts'
at a dinner party Sunday evening at
their home. The heme was decorated
with holly and pine and lighted
candles throughout the dink ;
Those present were Mr. and 1L. j.
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Gregory, .
and Mrs. Jim Bss, Mr. and I'n. i
T. Lane, Jhiur. and Mrs. C":
Eley and Charles FJey, Mr, ani
Willie Ainsley, Mr. and Mrs. J.
lett and sons, Mt. and Mrs. T. W.
ley, Mrs. H. C. Hoskins, Mrs. Nel,
Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Vanty
NEW HOPE NEWf
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Banks hadv
dinner guests on ' Sunday Mr. M
Mrs.tLonn,ie Boyce of Edenton an
Faye, Mr. and Mr Roy Pritchard
Weeksvill and three children, Kau,
erine, Vida Roy and Linda, Mr. an)
Mrs. W. W. Spencer, Mr. and Mri
Elmer Banks, Mrs. Sue Banks an
Mrsl Arnold Barclift has returned
to Elizabeth City after visiting relet
tives and friends at New Hope th
past week. .':::'.? Aa
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed of Coving
ton, Va., announce the birth of i
daughter, Elizabeth . Lindsay, bod
December 24th. Mrs. Reed before hei
marriage was Miss Prue Newby.
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HOG KILLING SUPPLIES
It's hog killing time again, and we are well supplied
with items you will need to preserve your meats. We
suggest you check these items for your needs .... jt.
PIG SCRAPERS - BUTCHER KNIVES f
TUBS PAILS MEAT PUMPS
I SAUSAGE SEASONING TENDER QUICK
Use care in butchering to prevent loss of your meats.
Seejus for the best supplies., and be ready to prepare
your meat for safe keeping.
HERTFORD HARDWARE! SUPPLY CO. I
"TRADE HERE AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE".
HERTFORD, N. C. ' v '
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Hertford Building &nd Loan Association
Of Hertford, N. C,as of December 31st, 1947. ,
(Copy of Sworn Statement Submitted to the Commissioner of Insurance
'(''" as Required by Law)
, " ASSETS "
The Association Owns: ""
Cash on hand and in banks .- '. . 4,481.93
State of North Carolina and U. S. Government Bonds 29,000.00,
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank . '. '. None s I
Mortgage Loans -- : . JL 43,188.32
Money loaned to shareholders for the purpose of enabling them
to own their homes. Each loan secured by first mortgage on " . .
local improved real estate.
Share Loans : , 4,818.55
Advances made to 'our shareholders against their shares. No - .
loan exceeds 90 of amount actually paid in. .
Advances for Insurance, Taxes, etc. '. ', None
Office Furniture and Fixtures None
Office Building - : None
Real Estate Sold Under Contract . - None
Other Assets . - ; 625.80
The Association Owes:
Funds entrusted to our care in the form of paymenta
on snares as loiiows:
Notes Payable, Federal Home Loan Bank .
Motes Payable, Uther
SEE tJS FOR
New and Used Cars
WE HAVE ALL MAKES AND MODELS
Plymouths - Duicks
Our stock of used cars are all late models . . , with low
V , mileage . no junkets. Drive one mile out and save -
money. , .
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Money borrowed for use in making loans to members, or
retiring' matured shares. Each note approved by at least
two-thirds of entire Board of Directors as required by law.
Loans in Process . ; . ' 94.51
Undivided Profite ... 5,810.94
Earnings held in trust for distribution to share-holders at -maturity
of their shares.
Reserve for Contingencies . . ; 2,700.00
ro be used lor the payment of any losses, if sustained. '
This reserve increases the safety and strength of the
Association. . ,,r
Other Liabilities , ., i. . IB.6r
State of North Carolina,
County of Perquimans
Max R. Campbell, Secretary-Treasurer of the above named Association,
personally appeared before me this day, and being duly sworn, says that the
foregoing statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. , ,
MAX R. CAMPBELL, Secretary-Treasurer.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 13th day of January, 1948.
f&wnnr,-u SUPer0r CdUlt.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
HERTFORD BANKING COMPANY
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Of Hertford, in the State of North Carolina, at the close of business on
December 31, 1947. - ,
!: .": ASSETS r r ::Smf"
Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, ?
and cash items in process of collection -.$ 736,91 7.r
u. b. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,024,800.1
Obligations of Stater and political subdivisions.
Uther bonds, notes and debentures
Loans and discounts
Bank premises owned, $6,899.02; furniture and fixtures,
?o,iou.8b ; !.
Real estate owned other than bank premises . ,
Other assets z...
12. TOTAL ASSETS $2,613,729.'
r." UABIUTIES . --' -v.
13. Demand deposits of individuals, - partnerships and cor- - v ;
porations . .- , , , J.--i-J$l,596,6r
14. Time deposits of individuals, partnership and corporations . 777,8V
15. Deposits of United States Government (including .postal
; ' , savings) ; 15,7'
16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions '. , 43,7'.
18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc) . ; 6,4".
19. TOTAL DEPOSITS LL- $2,440,646.28 .
23. Qther liabilities i.J 4,7
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated bliga-
woiib snown Dtuowj -.,.-,,,,- 8)MD
: s- , 75,C
.,.,,;, -. , : - - ' 13
28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital)..: , '8
27. Undivided profits
2d. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS-
HERTFORD IIOTOR C0:.:?ilIIY
CIIAIILES TJMPHLETT, Manager PHONfiaW
y'"''.. i-;,''V',-i:. ;u r--'" ,,' hi--' -'!'f:-: rTT'
' ; , ' .- One Mile South pf Hertford on Route 17
80. ' TOTAL JJABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS- l.$2,613,7::.'
This bank's capital consists of: First preferred stock with total par '
of $23,000.00, total retirable value, $23,000.00; common stock with totU 1
value of $25,000.00, 1'
MEMORANDA ;, 'i
81. Assets pledged or assigned to ocur, liabilities and for ; U 4
other purposes J.$ 80,r
32. Obligations subordinated to claims of depositors and other
creditors, not included in liabilities ' Nor 3
' I, R. M. Riddick, Jr., President of the above-named bank, do So?
swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correct! '
resents the true state of the Beveral matters herein contained and-set
to the best of my knowledge and belief. :
- , ' Correct Attest:
' . J. V7. WARD,.' ' - .., ;
" CIIAS. E. JOHNSON, ' .
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R. M, RIDDICK, JF.
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T. P. BRINN,
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Sute of North Carolina, r ' , -
County of Perquimans. ,,(''
. Sworn to rJ subscribed T)t -9 me th's day J"
hereby certify t..at I am-?ot an c ;r or c.ector of t.. a .
(Seal) v , L. C. WINSLOT., !
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