Carolyn Ashley And j
Charlie Griffin Win
Crowned at Homecom
ing Ceremony Friday
Between halves ot the Edenton-Ply
mouth football game Friday night,'
Carolyn Ashley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Ashley, Was crowned Queen
Coal Operators Casualty Company
Condition December 31, 1953, As Shown bv Statement Filed
Income —• From Policyholders, $6,620,524.81; Miscellaneous,
$272,409.75; Total _____________ ___56,892,934.56
Disbursements —To Policyholders, $4,078,479.29; Miscellaneous,
$2,748,384.41; Total __ 6,826,863.70
Stocks - 761,199.91
Real Estate 199,132.62
Cash and bank deposits. 1,204,978.21
Agents’ balances or uncollected premiums _ 1,095,981.67,
Less ceded reinsurance balances payable. 21,756.45,
Funds held by or deposited with ceding reinsurers. _ 7,367.361
Interest, dividends and real estate income due and accrued.. 44,120.68
All other assets as detailed in statement- .... 28,041.85
Total admitted Assets ..... $9,051,981.58
Liabilities, Surplus and Other Funds
Losses unpaid __________ $5,142,682.94
Loss adjustment expenses unpaid ... ... , 285,828.99
Other expenses (excluding taxes, licenses and fees) Underwrit
ing, $16,900.00; Investment, $850.00 17,750.00,
Taxes, licenses and fees (excluding Federal income taxes) Un
dering, $155,800.00 155,800.00 1
Federal income taxes _____ ... 66,600.00
Unearned premiums 1,976,168.35
Funds held by company under reinsurance treaties..... 26,162.66
Amounts withheld or retained by company for account of others 7,829.92
Excess of liability and compensation statutory and voluntary re
serves over case basis and loss expense reserves.. 77,431.901
Total liabilities .1 $7,755,754.56
Special surplus funds .. ______ ._$ 25,000.00
Capital paid up , 500.000.00
Unassigned funds (surplus) ...771,226.82
Surplus as regards policyholders 1,296.226.82
Business in North Carolina During 1953
Line of Business
Net Net Losses
Workmen’s compensation ... $5,136 $43,076
Liability other than auto... ... 2,765 2,091
Auto liability 136
Auto property damage .: _ 5,000
Auto phys. damage 487
Property damage other than auto __________ 241 l7
Total ....$8,141 . $49,799
President, W. J. Stitaler, Jr.; Secretary, D. E. Miller; Home Office, 411 W.
Pittsburgh Street, Greensburg, Pa.
Attorney for service: Charles F. Gold, Commissioner of Insurance, Ra
leigh, N. C.
NORTH CAROLINA INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,
Raleigh, July 16th, 1954.
I, CHAS. F. GOLD, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that the
above is a time and Correct abstract of the statement of the Coal Operators
Casualty Company, of Greensburg, Pa., 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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You gel more value because every dollar buys double when
you buy a Duo-Therm Hepplewhite console! It’s more than a
superb heater—it’s a magnificent furniture piece that beautifies
your home with fine period styling and rich mahogany finish!
Exclusive Duo-Therm Power-Air Blower— available
at slight extra cost—saves up to £5% on fuel billsl
Often pays for itself in a single heating season.
Mare than a million owners heat with Duo-Therm fuel oil
appliances... why take less than America’s most pryi.ii.: l.eater
for pour home? Easy Terms.
LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
Edenton Furniture Co*
Broad Street Edenton, N. C.
| for 1954-55 at the Edenton Junior
j Senior High School, and Charlie Grif
j fin, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Griffin, was crowned King, The win
| ners were decided in a vote selling
j campaign in progress for several days.
, Last year’s Queen and King, Mrs. Ed
- 11 na Boswell Romine and David Fleteh
jer, who led the procession between
, flanks of the Edenton Band, crowned
, the new Queen and King.
Following the procession were the
seventh grade candidates, Harriet
Bond escorted by Zackie Harrell;
eighth grade, Rita Wright escorted by
Billy Cooke Griffin; ninth grade, Ruth
iStokely escorted by Earl White; tenth
grade, Betty Byrum escorted by Win
-1 j ston. Futch; Mary Ellis escorted by
i Bobby Pratt, substituting for Stuart
fHJS CHuVt AN HERALD EDItPU'ON, N. U, TUUiiSLA . NOVEMBL. IT, 1051
■ Holland; twelfth grade, Carolyn Ash-1
. ley escorted by Charlie Griffin.
* The contest, a parade and other
features of the homecoming game
were arranged by the Future Home
> makers of America.
A number of floats were in the pa
' rade preceding the game and the win
' ners for the best Goats went to the
junior class, first prize, and senior
I class, second prize. Following the
; game a dance was held in the school
! | SUNBEAMS MEET SUNDAY
1 j The Sunbeams of the Edenton Bap
-1 tist Church will meet Sunday morning
■ at the church during the 11 o’clock
’ worship service. All members are
' urged to be present and new members
Pallbearers for the Elihup F. Jordan
. funeral hold Sunday afternoon were
Kelly Byram, Earl Jordan, Lionel By
) rum, Glen Langley, Ralph Ward and
Joe Jordan. These names wore re
-5 ceived too late to be included in the
I, story about Mr. Jordan’s death.
1 Tsk! You Women!
>!oh, wouldn’t life be joyous
’ And wouldn’t life be gay
; If I could go to theaters
[ And bridge teas every day?
j And never have to wash and iron
And mop and bake and stew
\ And all the other things a busy
1 Lady has to do?
That would be an ideal life,
*| Quite heavenly, and yet—
Perhaps it wouldn’t, after all—
JI Just think how fat I’d get.
. BAD BREATH . . . EVEN ONIONS!
5 Use breath-taking OLAO Tooth
Paste. Buy at the drug store.
' FOR RENT 2-BEDROOM FT’RN
ished apartment. Electric kitchen
and bath. All utilities furnished
• Mrs. J. P. Ward, off Highway 17 at
j Bethel, 9 miles from Edenton Ma
| rine Base. ltp
FOR RETIRED PEOPLE OR PART
TIME WORKERS . . . 5-room bun
galow; 3 acres of excellent track
land. Large poultry houses, all
modern equipment. Farm tractor
and equipment; this place can be
bought reasonable direct from own
er. .9 mile from Highway 64, Pleas
ant Grove community, back woods
road, Roper, N. C. Novll,lßpd
ROOMS FOR RENT*. . . WITH RES
taurant Service—Located on U. S
17 South, 2 , & miles out of town at
. Lee’s Motel .. . Under new manage .
j| ment. Novll,lßp
l\‘ WHOLESALE FOOD BUSINESS
Wholesale Business income. National
Brand. For Edenton and surround
ing area. No selling. Just deliver
' to accounts. Not vending. Car and
about $l,lOO cash required for
equipment and stock. For local in
terview write American Distributing
Co., First Federal Bldg., St. Peters- |
burg, Fla. ltpd
FOR SALE—W ESTINGHOUSE
electric cook stove. In good condi- 1
tion. Call Mrs. J. 1.. Pettus. phone |
j 206. lfc I
i WANTED—COOK-MAIDS. STEADY,
work. New York, Massachusetts. |
Connecticut. Carfare arranged. Bar
ton Emp. Bureau. Gt. Barrington. |
Mass. N0v11,18,25pd ,
RED, WHITE AND BLUE GRAPE |
Vineyard. Two each Red .Lucile.
White Niagara,and Eavlv Blue. Fro
donia —total Six Grape Vines 2 yr.
Offer No. 4 F for $3.30 Postpaid.
\ k for Free Illustrated Folder in
color, offering many other bargains.
Salespeople Want ed. Waynesboro
Nurseries, Waynesboro, Ya. lfc
FOP SALE - 1951 POWERGLTDE
Chevrolet. Clean and in good condi
tion. Reason for selling is due to
son’s going in service. See P. I
Williams, Route 2, Edenton or call
658-. T-2. Novll.lSpd
, ROOM AND BOARD—APPLY 315
| East Queen Street, Edenton.
I Novltfc j
j ROYAL TYPEWRITER FOR -ALE !
Office size. Good condition. Phone
! SEE THE NEW 1955 AMERICAN
Coach housetrailer now in stock.
32 feet, large bedroom, big bath
room, 5-piece dinette set. automatic
beating. Mobile Home Sales, West
End Circle, Greenville, N. C.
SALESMEN WANTED WOULD
you like to have a good, permanent,
profitable business of your own.
You can have—selling Rawleigh
Products. Hundreds of men are
earning more than ever before, sup
plying families with Rawleigh’s ev
ery day necessities. YoU can too.
Good locality available in Chowan
County. Write Rawleigh’s, Dept.
NCK-310-216, Richmond, Va.
WANTED SALES PERSONS TO
distribute Luzier’s cosmetics in Cho
wan and Perquimans Counties. Con
tact Mrs. Mamie Rhea, Box 15,
Windsor, N. C. 0ct28,N0v4,11,18p
USED SEWING MACHINES AS
low as $19.95 and up. $6.00 down,
balance on easy budget terms. Sing
er Sewing Center, 605 East Maim
Street, Elizabeth City. Phone 4306.1
tfc. Eg'! l
IFARM FOR RENT —FARM AND I
home for rent cash or share crop.
% mile from Center Hill on Cisco
and Center Hill road and is hard
surfaced. Plenty of barn and shel
ter room. Cool and shady. Electric
lights, but no water connections
Known as Parker Monds place. I’m
looking for a permanent resident.
Write Willie E. Monds, 2910 North
Boulevard, Tampa 2, Florida.
WANTED —WHY WORRY ABOUT
Athlete’s Foot Boils, Burns, Itch,
Eczema, Impetigo, Pimples, Psorias
sis, Ringworm or any known skin
disease. Ask your druggist about
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS—
on all makes. Free estimates ir
advance. We will loan you a ma
chine.while yours is being repaired
Singer Sewing Center, 605 East
Main Street, Elizabeth City, N. C
phone 4j!06. Nov’tf<
MONUMENTS where you SAVE the
middle man’s profit. 405 S. Road
Street, Elizabeth City, N. C. Dial
J. Winton Sawver
Authorized Dealer For
ROCK of AGES
The World’s Finest
It's a Low-Cost Installment Financing Service!
It will pay you to get the facts about the
advantages the John Deere Credit Plan
offers. It's convenient, low-cost installment
financing that buys the best values in farm
Arrangements for credit ur c ’ ’:;’us the next time you're in town.
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EAST CHURCH STREET “Your John Deere Dealer” EDEXTOX, X. C.
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Fishing Drives Groucho In Seine
The poor fish looking for a few new lines in the river Seine
is that well known angle-angler, Groucho Marx. “Don’t
flounder around,” he says. “Cast your eyes on the new
De Soto for ’55. You’ll be reel-y glad you did.” Coming to
your DeSoto dealer’s November 17. Go see it!
Happy new Khmer new year.
Deere Credit Plan are both simple and
confidential. We will welcome the op
portunity of discussing your individual re
quirements to help you in the purchase of
the farm equipment you need. Come in and