TUTS rESQUniAN3 HSSRrCED, 11. 02Jk AUGUST 22, 1M1
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At iNaga Head
Mr, and Mn. J. H. Newbold, Misa
:' ea Nita and Jeanne Newbold are at
their cottage at Nags Head.
Retain From Beach
' : Mrs. Agnes Williams and son, Al-
fred, have returned home after
spending some time at Nags Head.
' Miss Ann Bullock, of Jacksonville,
was the week-end guest of her aunt,
. Mrs. K. A. White.
Visiting With Parents
Miss Louise DeLaney, of Pahokie,
Florida, is spending her vacation as
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. 'L. DeLaney.
Sunday at Ocean View
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wright and
small daughter, Ann, of Elizabeth
. City, Mrs. J. E. Everett and Miss
' Blanche Everett spent Sunday at
Ocean View, Va.
D. C, were week-end guests of Mrs,
K. R. Newbold.
Return To Norfolk
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Withrow and
children returned to Norfolk, Va.,
Wednesday after spending sometime
here with Mrs. K. R. Newbold.
Jerry Newbold and Miss Ann New-
bold, of Wilmington, are guests of
Mrs. K. R. Newbold this week.
Miss Doris Etzler of Baltimore,
Md., and Miss Grace Angleberger of
Frederick, Md., are guests of Miss
Polly Tucker this week.
Wednesday at Nags Head
Miss Polly Tucker and her house
guests, Misses Doris Etzler and
Grace Angleberger, and W. B. Tuck
er spent . Wednesday at Hags Head
and attended a showing of "The Lost
Colony" at Fort Raleigh.
Vacation At Home
Miss Sara Brinn, of Jackson, Is
viaitfng her parents, Mr. and' Mrs.
R.:TJ Brinn. during her vacation; -'
Weekend In NorJkn' h
Mr. and Mrs.oft, Lade visited in
Nhrfolk, Va.:, "with 7 relatives during
Miss Edna Turnage was in Green
ville this week attending a Home
Marvin Horton, Jr., has returned
to his home at Farmville, after an
extended visit with his uncle ana
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Brinn.
At Nags Head
Miss Helen Gaither is spending the
week at the Gaither cottage at Nags
Visitor From Portsmouth
Mrs. R. B. Albertson, of
mouth, Va., is the guest
Mrs. W. G.' Gaither, this
Irene Dunne is starred at the State
Theatre, Hertford, Thursday and Fri
day in "Penny Serenade," new pro
duction m which the beautiful star
appears as the wife of Cary Grant,
gay, irresponsible newspaperman.
ENTERTAIN S. S. CLASS
ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON
Morris, J. H. Towe, G. R. Tucker,
Julian White, E. Cannon, H. C.
Stoke J Q, Felton and Cecil Wins
low anS'Miss Elizabeth Knowles.
Durimr the (rarae drinks were serv
ed and a sweet course was served at
Refnrns To Rockingham
Miss Jeanne McKenzie returned to
Rockingham Tuesday after spending
ten days here as the guest of Miss
Blanche Moore Berry.
Visitors From Norfolk
Mrs. A. M. Farmer and daughter,
Imogene, of Norfolk, Va., are guests
of Mrs. J. S. Bass, Sr., this week.
Return To Alexandria
Jack Atchison and Jim Berry have
returned to Alexandria, Va., after a
week's visit with Clarke Stokes.
Saturday at Beach
Miss Ruth Hollowell, Miss Becky
Ward of Plymouth, Jack Atchinson
and Jim Berry of Alexandria, Va.,
and Clarke Stokes were at Nags
Head Saturday night
Miss Peggy Clifford, of Winston
Salem, is the guest' of Miss Ellie Mae
Returns From Summer School.
Miss Ellie Mae White has return
ed home after attending summer
school at Mars Hill College.
Return From Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wilson have
returned home after spending some
time at Nags Head.
At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morris and
children, Mrs. Evart Newby and Miss
Pattie Whedbee are spending the
in new iora
yjMr. and Mrs. Simon Rutenburg, Returns From Pendleton
And Mr. vrA Mrs W A WilHnma nt i Mica Murfrnerit WnrH hna rft.nrn-
' Durham, are spending the week in ed home after spending several days ! week at Nas Hefld
New York City. in Pendleton as the guest of Miss
Returns From Trip
Mrs. T. E. Raper, Mrs. R. A. Sut
ton, Miss Marian Raper and Dozier
Sutton have returned home after
spending last week along the Skyline
Drive, in Washington, D. C, and
visiting the Luray Caverns.
Sunday In Suffolk
' Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Stephens, Miss
es One Mary and Lila Stephens spent
Sunday in Suffolk, Va., visiting with
Returns To Newport News
Dozier Sutton returned to New
jBprt News, Va., Sunday after spend
ing two weeks here.
Returns Td Oeensboro
Miss MarlhaijAnn;.aadenini, has!
returned to Greensboro, after being
tne guest or Miss Florence Darden
for a week.
Returns From Jnnaluska
Mrs. R, H. Willis has returned
home after spending two weeks at
.' Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Newbold and
Mrs. Aosa Waldron, of Washington,
Miss Becky Ward, of Plymouth,
was the week-end guest of Miss
Tuesday In Norfolk
Mrs. R. L. Knowles, Mrs. G. 1.
Bullock, Miss Lena Barber, Misses
Elizabeth and Dorcas Knowles, Miss
es Gloria and Fern Douglass motored
to Norfolk, Va., Tuesday.
Returns To Greenville
Miss Thelma Elliott has returned
to Greenville, where she is attending
summer school, after spending the
week-end here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Elliott.
s Miss Katherine Stephens; a!
Erma Winfield, of Baltimore, Md.,
are visiting Miss Stephens' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stephens.
HOSTESS AT LUNCHEON
Miss Ruth Hollowell was hostess
on Wednesday at a beautifully ap
pointed luncheon. Her guests includ
ed Miss Polly Tucker, Miss Doris
Etzler of Baltimore, Md., Miss Grace
Angleberger of Frederick, Md.
Franklin National Insurance Company
NEW YORK, N. lY.
Condition December 31, 1940, as thown By Statement Filed
Amount of CapitaLpaid in cash $1,000,000.00
Amount Ledger Assets, Dec. 31st previous year 4,713,766.26
Income From Policyholders, $547,478.43; Miscellaneous
$136,818.26 Total 684.296.69
,d Disbursements To Policyholders, $226,854.22; Miscellaneous,
Fire PremiumsWritten or renewed during year, $1,361,042.47
In Force , 2,759,188.71
Aii vbiier .. rreiiuuin wniun nr ivmpurori niv-incr vaar
- i $806,041.43 .- In Force 894.677.67
v Value of Bonds and Stocks $3,460,532.65
UeDOSlted in Trust Comnaniea and Rnnlra iut nn vntoroaf 1 10flR8ftfifi
( .Deposited in Trust Companies and Banks "on interest ZZZZZZ ' 50,OOo!oO
-v Agents' balances, representing business written subsequent to
t11 Orfihn 1. 1QAft tnn rttzn err
"Agents' balances, representing business written prior to 6c-
m jtober 'l, 1940 5,570.91
, Deduct Ceded Reinsurance Balances Payable 12,605.08
' .Bills raceivshlA. talced fnr tiro riatra 1U01 K
Interest and Rents due and accrued 15,629.13
t All other Assets, as detailed in statement 2,225.33
Less Assets . not admitted Z.Z ZI 491,482.74
Total admitted Assets .
i !. " LIABILITIES
'Net amount of unpaid fosses and claims $ 60,521.09
, Unearned premiums , . . 563,841.72
, ! Salaries, rents, expenses, bills, accounts, fees, etc., due or accrued 1,200.00
n , Estimated, amount payable for Federal, State, County and Muni-
, ' cipal taxes due or accrued J. 23,520.00
Contingent commissions, or other charges due or accrued.. 6,000.00
v All othei; liabilities, as deUDed in statement v-. AbLmM
' r Total amount of all" liabijifks ,xcept GhpitaL -i.-if s 86082.81
vi"u vkuuijf jhuu up Ul cV y.-, T - - tJ in "... i. f tyiP' V"
Surplus ever all, liabilities
surplus as regards Policyholders '
' Total Liabilities -
J - h ' . . Bustoesa In North Carolina Darinff 1940
f mn Risks written .$638,239: Premiums received -JUL JtZJMa
AU Other Risks written
542,850$ Premiums received
AW, Paid .
Losses Incurred All other
' President. F. W. Lavtoni emtinr. Tw
Home Office, 85 John Street New-York,' N. Y Attorney lor .teiwteeVDJCn C.
Boney, Inrarance Cknumlbsioner, Ralelghr N. X ' . , , V; i
- STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA INSURANCE DEPARTMENT "
CSetM . , ; . -; , Raleigh; May J5thr194i;I I
I, Dan C Boney,1, Insurance Commissioner, do hereby certify that the
above is a true "d correct abstract of the atsf-i-'t-..''-:JP'v,,nV
tionallnr :: j --'-y ct J.'ew York, W. -Y- j, Jt
C .. Witness. c:y.kand n of-!-! cl, fis V-y and y tit 4
Returns From Beach
James Evart Newby has returnee
home after spending several days at
Week-end at Nags Head
George Fields spent the week-end
at Nags Head as the guest of Har-
Visiting In ElLin
Mrs. Elmo Cannon and son, Guy,
left Monday to spend some time in
Elkin visiting with Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Gilliam and Mr. and Mrs
Returns From Summer School
Harrell Johnson has returned home
from Wake Forest College, where he
attended summer school.
Miss Bennie Wood, of Holland,
Va., was the week-end guest of her
mother, Mrs. B. T. Wood.
Sunday At Nags Head
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hollowell and
Miss Ruth Hollowell spent iSunday
afternoon at Nags Head.
Mrs. R. T. Clarke,
White and Mrs. T. B.
lightfully entertained the members
of their Sunday School Class on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Clarke. Summer cut flowers
were used to attractively decorate
During the afternoon rook and
Chinese checkers were played. Those
enjoying the occasion were Mrs. E.
L. Reed, Mrs. John Hill, Mrs. G. E.
Fields, Mrs. Wilson Reed, Mrs. ti.
C. Stokes, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. R. H.
Willis, Mrs. R. T. White, Mrs. T. B.
Walters and Mrs. R. T. Clarke.
Cold drinks and cakes were served
at the close of the games.
MRS. THAD CHAPPELL
ENTERTAINS ON TUESDAY
BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED !
BY MRS CHARLES JOHNSON
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson delight
fully entertained members of her
bridge club on Friday evening. The
room was tastefully decorated with
lovely summer flows. At the con
clusion of the game, prizes were giv
en with Miss Mary Sumner receiving
high score, Mrs. C. R. Holmes, float
ing prize, and Mrs. Henry Clay Stok
es, low score.
Those playing were Mrs. George
Small, of High Point; Mesdames G.
W. Barbee. T. L. Jessup, Henry Clay
Stokes, C. R. Holmes, Misses Mary
Sumner and Helen Morgan and the
The hostess served a dainty sweet
course at the conclusion of the game, j
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE j
Mrs. Durward Reed was hostess to I
the members of her bridge club on
Tuesday evening. At the conclusion
of play, high score prize was award
ed to Mrs. R. B. Albertson, with low
score prize going to Mrs. T. B. Sum
ner. Guests bingoed for a third
prize, which also went to Mrs. T. B.
Those playing were: Mrs. R. B.
Albertson, of Portsmouth, Va.; Miss
Annie Robinson, of Charleston, West
Virginia; Mrs. J. O. Felton, Mrs. 1.
B. Sumner, Mrs. B. G. Koonce, Mrs.
R. M. Riddick, Mrs. J. G. Roberson,
and Mrs. J. R. Futrell.
Those playing werer 'Mrs: C. K.
Holmes, Mrs. T. P. Brinn, Mrs. G.
W.1 Barbee, Mrs. T. L. Jessup, Mrs.
Jack Gaskill, Mrs. W. "G." Wright,
Mrs. Charles E. Johnson, Mrs. E. L.
Laughinghouse, Misses Mary Sum
ner, Elizabeth Knowles and Helen
Morgan, and Mrs. Frank Jolly, of
A delicious salad course was served
by the hostess. '
Boys who are members of the CCC
camps will soon start marching and
simple drills as part of their regular
routine, according to a plan adopted
during this week.
Miss Polly Tucker and her house
guests, Miss Doris Etzler of Balti
more, Md., and Miss Grace Angle-1
berger, of Frederick, Md., were hon-
orees at a delightful coca-cola party
given by Mrs. Thad C Chappell on
the lawn of her home on Tuesday
The guests included Misses Polly
Tucker, Doris Etzler and Grace
Angleberger, honorees; Miss Peggy
Clifford of Winston-Salem, Miss
Martha Ann Clendenin of Greensboro,
Misses Ellie Mae White, Florence
Darden, Blanche Moore Berry, Lila
Stephens, Anne Felton, Nancy Dar
den, Ruth Hollowell, Ruth Winslow,
Margaret Broughton and Mary
MRS. JOE P. WARD
HONOREE AT SHOWER
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. Henry Clay Stokes gracious
ly entertained the members of her
club at three tables of bridge on
Tuesday evening. At the conclusion
of the game, prizes were presented
to Mrs. T. P. Brinn for high score,
Mrs. C. R. Holmes for floating prize,
and Mrs. Jack Gaskill for low score.
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Return To Michigan
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Fleetwood
and children, Pat and Jordan, have
returned to their home in Ferndale,
Michigan, after spending a week
here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. K.
Tuesday In Norfolk
Mrs. R. T. Brinn, Miss Sara Brinn
and Mrs. S. P. Jessup spent Tuesday
in Norfolk, Va.
Visiting At Mackeys
Carlton Davenport is spending the
week at Mackeys with his grand
mother. Week-end Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinn ano
Claude Brinn, of Newport News,
Va., spent the week-end as guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brinn.
At Nags Head
Mrs. W. H. Huffihes and daughter,
Betty, of Fayetteville, who have been
visiting her mother, Mrs. W. G.
Gaither, are spending this week at
the Gaither cottage at Nags Head.
Mrs. V, N. Darden and Miss Flor
ence Darden are spending several
days in Greensboro.
Business Trip to Baltimore
. L. C. Winslow made a business
trip . to. Baj3more, Md., this week.
neiurns riy :-nmasor
" MisB Pnie Newby has returned to
Windsor to take , up ker.'dutiea a
Home Economics teacher,-' after be
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Newby, for the summer.
Returns To Fayetteville
Mrs. Dennis Holliday returned to
Fayetteville Saturday after spending
several weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Elliott.
Saturday At Nfcfr Head
Miss Maiy Elizabeth Fields, Miss
Jeannette Fields, Jack Mnnns and
John Griffin, of Elizabeth Qty, mo
tored to Nags Bead Saturday,
Mrs. Joe P. Ward, a recent bride,
was honored at a delightful shower
on Monday evening by the members
of the Delia Shamburger Missionary
Circle, at the home of Mrs. George
The honoree received many lovely
gifts. Those present were Mrs. Joe
P. Ward, honoree, Miss Mary Sum
ner, Mrs. Jack Gaskill, Mrs". J. H.
Towe, Miss Bertha Chappell, Miss
Elizabeth Knowles, Mrs. W. H. Pitt,
Mrs. Cecil Winslow, Mrs. D. F. Reed,
Mrs. J. O. Felton, Miss Mildred
Reed, Mrs. Charles T. Skinner, Mrs.
Henry Clay Stokes, Miss Louise
Chalk, and Mrs.11 Barbee.
The hostess served a delicious ice
course after the gifts were opened.
MRS. D. F. REED
ENTERTAINS AT ROOK
Mrs. D. F. Reed was a gracious
hostess on Friday evening when she
entertained her club at three tables
of rook. The house was decorated
with lovely arrangements of summer
After, the scores were added, Miss
Elizabeth Knowles was presented
high score prize, floating prize went
to Mrs. J. H. Towe, and Mrs. Cecil
Winslow received low score prize.
Guests bingoed for a fourth prize
which went to Mrs. C. E. Cannon.
Guests were Mrs. L. M. Newbold,
of Rutherford. N-. J.; Mrs. Frank
Jolly, of Greenville; Miss Mildred
Reed, Mesdames C. T. Skinner, J. E.
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