News About Clubs]
In Chowan County
By HATTIE SINGLETARY
Home Demonstration Agent
The Home Demonstration Clubs will
sponsor the eighth annual Husbands’
Supper on Friday, November 12, at
7:00 P. M„ at the new Community
Building in the Gliden Community
Mr. Reginald Gregory, Elizabeth City,
will he the guest speaker. The sup
per will be served by the Wards Home
Demonstration Club. If you have not .
bought tickets for your husband and j
yourself, please get them today.
On Friday, November 19. the Homo
Demonstration County Council will
sponsor a Bake Sale at the P & Q Su
Every dub is being asked to donate
cakes, pies, cookies, or candy for-this,
sale. The proceeds will go to the
County Council Treasury.
Tuesday, November 16—7:30 P. M..
Beech Fork Home Demonstration Club
will meet with Mrs. Stillman Leary.
Wednesday, November 17 —2:20 P.
M., the Byrd Home Demonstration
Club will meet with Mrs. S. E. Morris-
Now’s the time to vary seasonal
menus with fresh or canned cranber
ries. Fresh cranberries, available
September through December, are ver
satile “Show-offs” because they add
bright color and distinctive flavor to
any meal. Cranberries are versatile, I
too. because, fhev are ey'V’l't * ’
mates for delicious desserts, salads
Cranberries, the Fir t Fruit of
America, were used by the Indians for
food and medicinal purposes. . The
Pilgrim women learned from the
friendly Indians that cranberries were
edible. Cranberry sauce was served
at the first Thanksgiving Meal. To
day inviting cranberry dishes still ]
have the tendency to change an ordi-1
nary meal into a festive occasion.
Mrs. Maurice Griffin
Sees Queen Mother
Mrs. Maurice T. Griffin has return
ed from Washington, D. C.. where she
was a delegate from the 25th District
of North Carolina Home Demonstra- 1
tion Clubs of the National Home Dem
The meetings were held in the Pres-j
ident’s room at the Statler Hotel.;
While in Washington Mrs. Griffin was
an interested spectator of Queen Mo
ther Mary of England, who was at-!
lending a press tea also held at the,
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Senator Elton Aydlett
Speaks at Woman’s Club
(Continued from Page One)
Ho said the problem of segregation
is the knottiest and most explosive
that has faced the people of North
Carolina since 1865.
“Answers to these perplexing and
tormenting problems will not he found
lin hot tempers, fighting phrases, de
j fiant gestures or threats of violence.”
said Senator Aydlett, “but they will
be found in calm deliberation and
. straight tlvnking from the mind, heart
and conscience of our state leaders
and ourselves.” -
In conclusion Mr. Aydlett said. “Let
us pray that it is not. too much to
hope that our people will band all of
their energies to find a wav to save
| the solid values three generations have
I built into the schools: that wo will
find away to avoid the losses which
for the moment appear both frightful
and inevitable to all too many peo
ple: that we will find a power in us
greater than ourselves to dissolve, eor
| roding and disruptive issues as fast as
[ they arise: for we eannot keep the
I schools if we do not. keep the neace.”
j Mrs. Richard Goodwin presided over
, the meeting and the following new
) members were welcomed into the club:
Mrs. George Alma Bvrum. Mrs. John
IJ’aines. Mrs. Leonard Small, Mrs. J. D.
I Elliott. Mrs. John Mitchener. Jr., and
'Mrs, Thomas Ward. Mrs. John Bunch
was reinstated as a member and all
were presented a corsage by the club.
The club voted to give $l5O now
i toward the purchase of a new activity
| bus and to present another $l5O to
jward the bus in January.
1 Mrs. Joe Conger, Jr., reported that
THE CHOWAN HERALD, EDENTON, N. C ’(JRSDAT. NOVEMBER 11, 1964.
the Woman’s Club will enter a float
in the Business and Professional Wo
-1 men’s Club annual Christmas parade
A recommendation was made by
Mrs. T. C. Cros, Jr., chairman of ways’
and means, that the club publish a
cook book, the recipes to be submitted
by members of the club. The club de
cided ta go ahead with the plan and
it is hoped the hook will be ready for
the public by Christmas. The book
will be sold for SI.OO each.
The president called on the various
committee chairmen for reports after
which the meeting adjourned.
Prominent Visitors In
Edenton On Monday i
Edenton had two prominent visitors
Monday, when Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
D. Roosevelt. Jr., of New York called
on Mrs John Mitchener for a brief
visit. The Roosevelts were traveling
on a yacht byway of the inland wa
terway to Charleston, S. C., and while
in Elizabeth City decided to run over
Mrs. Roosevelt, the former Miss 1
, 9usan Perrin, was a member of the I
Marine Corps and was stationed at the !
Edenton Air Station from 1942 to I
1944. During her brief stay she
visited a few friends made during her
stay in Edenton.
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Jr.-Sr. H. S. Menu
Menus for the week beginning No
vember 15 at Edenton Junior-Senior
High School will be as follows:
Monday—Smoked sausage, cheese
on potatoes, green limas, apple sauce,
rolls, butter, milk, cookies.
Tuesday—Beef vegetable soup, ham
salad sandwiches, carrot strips, crack
ers, milk, milk custard.
Wednesday Hamburgers, mashed
potatoes, gravy, beets, string beans,
rolls, butter, milk, peaches.
Thursday —Weiners, French fries,
cole slaw, pickle relish, lima beans,
(rolls, butter, milk.
| Friday—Tuna salad on lettuce, gar
jden peas, pickle beets, carrot strips,
home-made rolls, Ritz crackers, milk,
Mr. and Mrs. Eli T. Byrum an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Miss Jessie Gray Byrum, to Wen
dell Francis Crockett, son of the late
! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Crockett of
'Suffolk. A late December wedding
1 is planned.
1 Gratitude is much more than a ver
bal expression of thanks. Action ex
presses more gratitude than speech.
—Mary Baker Eddy.
Citizens Insurance Company of New Jersey
RIEGELSVILLE, NEW JERSEY
Condition December 31, 1953, As Shown by Statement Filed
Income From Policyholders, $1,543,775.56; Miscellaneous,
$225,867.03; Total 51,769,642.59
Disbursements —To Policyholders, $694,460.48; Miscellaneous,
$948,358.36; Total 1,642,818.84
Bonds , ——— —-.—---$2,703,238.00
Cash and bank deposits - ———-- 485,758JR\
Interest, dividends and real estate income due and accrued 18,00(^pj/
Total admitted Assets $6,489,159.38
Liabilities, Surplus and Other Funds
Losses unpaid . $ 264,061.68
Loss adjustment expenses unpaid , 19,149.00
Contingent commissions and other similar charges __ 5,750.00
Other expenses (excluding taxes, licenses and fees) Underwrit
Taxes, licenses and fees (excluding Federal income taxes) In
vestment, $41,920.00 —— 41,920.00
Federal income taxes -—— 107,000.00
Unearned premiums —:— ———— 1,407,561.76
Funds held by company under reinsurance treaties— 57,893.70
Total liabilities -• —51,908,246.14
Capital paid up $1,000,000.00
Unassigned funds (surplus) —— 3,580,913.24
Surplus as regards policyholders —.— 4,580,913.24
Total —— —— $6,489,159.38
Business in North Carolina During 1953
Line of Business
Net Net Losses
, Fire ——————— - $130,420 $132,308
i Extended coverage , ... 18,183 12,200
Tom, wind., eye., hail (except growing crops) 325 172
Sprinkler and Water damage ;. 333
Hail (growing crops only) . —_ 129,056 84,628
Ocean marine ———i—- 3 31
Inland marine , 10,552 3,556
Auto liability , 608 lOO
Auto property damage 496
Auto phys. damage
Total - .$362,473 $256,884
President, J. C- Hullett; Secretary, H. C. Grossman; Treasurer, F. T. Fenn;
Home Office, Riegelsville, N. J.
Attorney for service: Charles F. Gold, Commissioner of Insurance, Ra
leigh, N. C.
NORTH CAROLINA INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,
Raleigh, August 6th, 1954.
I, CHAS. F. GOLD, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that the
above is a true and correct abstract of the statement of the Citizens Insurance
Company of New Jersey, of Riegelsville, N. J., filed with this Department,
showing the condition of said Company on the 31st day of December, 1953.
Witness my hand and official seal, the day and date above written.
CHAS. F. GOLD, Commissioner of Insurance.
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