FRIDAY. MAY 5,
House quests of Mr. and Mm. A. H.
Chappell over the week-eiK were Mr,
nd Mm. Seorge MdConwey wad
daughter, Rosaiina, of Pandenburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Mac White and little
daughter Carol were Sunday evening
visfitors witn Mra. Jack Sutton and
Mr. and .Mrs. P. E. JLarte of near
f Hertford. ' -V ' '", '"
Mrs. Cail Yow and - children left
Friday for Greensboro to -visit teta
tivea and attend the Friends mid-year
Missionary Conference at South Fork.
Kemp Smith . of Burlington was a
week-end visitor with his sister,. Mrs.
Bertha S. White. "They spent Sunday
in Norfolk with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wirialow of
Sunbury visited Ira S. Winslow anc
family Monday afternoon.
, Mrs. Louis Window and Mrs. Mil
ton v. Copeland spent Tuesday
, , MUSIC CLUftJMEETS -Mias
Sarah Sutton entertained the
Hertford Junior Music Club Friday
Winalow, Avas Winstow, Preston
Wine-low, Ann White. Sylvia Eae
Copeland, - Carolyn Faye , Kogewon,
Janet Chappell, Wyanda Lyne Chap-
evening at the home of her parentsjpell, Phyllis Bagley, Jo Ann Mathews,
Mrs. W. T. C. Briggs and daughter
lydm ; .
Mr. and Mra, S. G. Chappell and
Mr. and Mm. F. M. Copeland visited
with the N. W. Chappell family Sat
The Rev. Carl Yow and daughter
Rebecca were dinner guests of Mr.
and -Mrs. L. L. Winslow Sunday.
V' Mr. -and Mia. Louis Winglow and
Iais Violet visited the Rev. Percy
Trueblood and family Sunday even
Mr.. and Mrs. John Mercer return
ed home Saturday after an extended
trip through the Bhie Ridge Moun
tains of Tennessee, Wet Virginia and
; Several community people met at
thft-Community Center Friday even
ing and organized a Rurdtan Club
with 14 charter members.
; Miss Media Gregory of Norfolk
spent the week-end with her parents,
Mr.' and Mr$. Wiliiam Gregory.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. White and
daughter Jewell and little granoson1
Bennie were the Sunday dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Samtnie Sutton. Nine
teen members were present.
Joan' Madre '.presided over the
business- session, during which the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: . .
President, Patricia 'Biggers; ' vice
president, Jean- Long; secretary, Anne
iStaMngs; treasurer,. Sarah Sutton. 4'
These officers will be installed at
the Junior Music Club Convention
Saturday morning. .
Joan Madre was elected .delegate to
the convention. .
The opera Hansel and Gretel by
Humperdinck, was studied and much
enjoyed.' An ice course was served.
Those present' were woan Madre,
Patricia Biggers, Juanita Elliott,
Anne Stallings, Jean Stallings, Sarah
GreenyMe and yislted he Rev. and Sutton, Jean Long, .Lillian Anne Hef
tier, Sondra Hutchison, Deborah Nix
on, Nancy Lane, Becky Cox, Warner
Madre, LetitSa McGoogan, GJennie
Myers, Anne Lane, Margaret Wil
liams, Bettie Brown, Mrs. Riddick,
Counselor and Mrs. Salmmie Sutton.
BAPTIST CIRCLES TO MEET
The following Baptist Circles will
meet next week as follows:
The Vera Payne Circle will meet at
the church Monday, May 8th at 3:30.
The Artie Bratcher Circle will meet
Monday night, at 8 P. M., May. 8th
with Mrs. Walter East.
The Ina Belle Coleman Circle will
meet Monday, May 8th, at 8 P. M.,
with Miss Helen Morgan.
The Mary Ellen Dozier Circle soil
meet Monday night at 8 P. M., May
8th twith Mrs. Young Berry.
The Malttie Macon Circle -will meet
Tuesday night, May 9th at 8 P. M.,
with Mrs. George White.
The (Bessie Pritchard Circle will
meet Monday- night, May 8th at 8
Sonny; Mathews, Tommie Mathews,
Johnny Thatch Everett, Faye Wood,
Willis Williams and Lois Violet
Window; Mrs. F." R. Chappell, Mrs.
Louis Winslow, Mrs. F. T. Mathews,
Mrs. Nurney Chappell, Mrs. Howard
Mathews, Mrs. Essie Benton, Mrs. J.
W. Overton, Mrs. George Jordan and
Mrs. J. T. Everett
If -you love and serve man, you
cannot by hiding or stratagem, es
cape the remuneration. : Emerson.
MINUTES OF MEETING
BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Perquimans County Board of
Education met in regular session
Monday, May 1, 1950. AH members
were present. Chairman J. A. White
Minutes of last meeting were read
The Board of Education approved
all white and Negro teachers who had
been elected by the school commit
Board accepted the resignations of
Mr. Rudolph Wiggs and Mrs. L. G.
The Board authorized Superin
tendent to have light bulbs on baseball
'Superintendent reported that the
drainage and leveling of playground
at Perquimans Training School had
The April, 1950 Grand Jury Report
was read for information.
Superintendent was authorized to
iplace order for gymnasium seats. (Six
sections, 16 feet long and 8 rows
Motion was made, seconded, and
passed permitting civic clubs-and or
ganizations to use school buildings
without charge except for janitorial
service, not to exceed $2.50.
The Board adjourned to have lunch
with the Hertford Grammar School.
J. T. BIGGERS
Too Late To Classify
FOR SALE THREE PIECES OF
Write Box 128, Hertford, N. C. It
dining room furniture, of Cathedral
Oak. Phone 3956 or call at 62 Mar
ket Street Hertford, N. C. It
MALE HELP WANTED TEACHER
or college student. Splendid open
ing for energetic man during sum-!
mer in promotional department of
publishing firm. $420 for 70 days.
FEMALE HELP WANTED Teacher
or college student. Splendid open
ing for ambitious lady during sum
mer in promotional department of
(publishing firm, $420 for 70 days
Write Box 128, Hertford, N. C. It
I am a candidate for the office of
County Commissioner from Parkville
Township, subject to the Democratic
primary May 27th. I am a life-long
resident of the county and have been
engaged in farming since my youth.
If elected to the office I will do my
best to serve the county to the best
( f my ability. Your support and vote
will be greatly appreciated.
EARL B. HOLLOWELL
iP. M.. with Mm. Tom Cox. Th Rosa
ignests of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Roun- iPowell Circle wit meet Tuesday, May
tree of Sunbury.
J; Mrs. Louis Winslow and daughter
Ixtuise - Violet, Mrs. E. L. Copeland,
MrK Mitttth Copeland and Miss Madge
Copetand spent Friday in Durham.
Mr. and, Mrs. Lynwood Winslow
attended the JumorJSendor banquet of
the Hobbsville High School Thursday
; Miss Willie, Mae Chappell and Mrs.
Paul Smith, accompanied by Mrs.
Benton White of WinfaH, visited
Mends 'at General Hospital, Norfolk,
XMf. and Mrs. W. T. Smith, Mr. and
Sirs, V. C. Dale and little son Tom
my attended a community sing at
Chowan College, Murfreesboro, Sun-'
day .afternoon. -
sr Mr. and Mrs,
9th at 8 P. M., with Mrs, John Ward.
All members are urged to attend
their particular circle.
Wade Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ashby Jordan of Hertford Route 3,
celebrated his 11th birthday Saturday
afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at a
lovely birthday party.
Games were enjoyed throughout the
afternoon, after which the gifts were
opened by the honoree.
Ice cream, birthday cake, candy and
salted nuts were served to the flow
ing: - Wade 1 Jordan, honoree, Ruth
Jordan, Margaret Ann Sutton Ethel
sutton, umudeKusseii, Martin saw-
Roscoe M. .White. er, Peggie' Sawyer, Levene Caddy,
and daughter Sara Lynn of Norfolk John Marvin Benton, Ann Benton,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
"W.'T. Smith were Mrs. S. B. Smith
Mary Alice Benton, Jessie Vance Har-
reli, Pat Harrell, Ronnie Harrell,
Glynn Benton, I?ay Spear, ' Dottae
Cartwriirht, Jo Knight, Sylvia Knight,
and three children and Harry Cramer , Faye Pierce, Leonard Pierce, Archie
of Elizabeth City. Godwin, Jr., Judith Winslow, Johnnie
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
HERTFORD BANKING COMPANY
Of Hertford, in the State of North Carolina, at the close of business on
April 24, 1950:
. w ASSETS
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances,
and cash Items in process of collection- . j$ 525,816.86
XL S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 969,500.00
Obligations of States and political subdivisions 314,116.47
OHher bonds, notes and debentures - 63,000.00
Bank premises owned, $5,965.87; furniture and fixtures,
8. Real estate owned other than bank premises
11. Other assets .i
12. TOTAL ASSETS
. . - LIABILITIES
Demand denoaits of individuals, nartnershina and corpora- '
rrftma denositfi of individuals. paitnershiD and corporations 809,9252
t (Deposits of U. S. Government (including postal savings)
Deposits of States and poutucal subaivosions
18. Other deposits (certined and officers' checks, etc.)
i. - nwnAii. Tmprtsrrs , 'm S2.23i.927.66
23. lOther liabilities u- T 1- 10,796.38
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obliga
taons shown below)
Reserves (and retirement account fat preferred capital)
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
30. TOTAL LIABILinES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $2,449,918.68
TTifo bftnlc'n canital consists of:- ::.;-':,-, -'iarr"!:.;;
: First preferred stock with total par value of $28,000.00,-total re-
1 : ' tirable valne, $23,000.00; Common stock with total par value of
$25,000.00, . ' . ' .VrsCT"
, , . MEMORANDA -V-fM
tal deposits to the credit-of the State of North Carolina or
nv official thereof a $ -127,500.00
Y - Assets pledged or N assigned to secure-liabilities and for ft
s - other nurposes : ' r r- .
I, R. M". Riddick, Jr., President of the above-named bank, do solemnly
flint, fbn ahnva utatament is true, and that it fully and correctly re
gents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth,
.he best of my knowledge and beuer. . :---:::,W;,.f
. t jr. m. riddick, jr; j
' Correct Attest: -- .
." W. F. C EDWARDS, .' ; V .' : :
t ' -J.W.'WARD," v -';Y--T;
" - . . . CHAS. E. JOHNSON, . : .
" ' - , J Directors.-. - ?
of North Carolina, '.' ,t" J v ' , , '?!;''nr
of Perquimans. '-- f ' , ; QMiJ-M
t to and subscribed before be this 2nd day of May i960,; and I
rrtify that I am not an officer or director of this, D8JUCv.';i-&i
. " - - L. C. WINSLOW, Notary Public,
comwiission expires October .11; 1951. ' ' y- , ,
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