S PSSQUIMAK3 WEEKLY, HESTPOSD, fN. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, .1951
riT" II CI nir Mr. and lira. Guy Webb
LfC.Il tJCHimiLlCS j MSgt. E 'A. Sutton and wife are
Announcement ; iwaa received here visiting hi parents, Mr. and Mrs.
this "week of the appointment of W. Eddie Sutton. Sutton is heing trans-
F. Ainsley to the chairmanship of the f erred from Rhode- Island to Farm
Ilesolutiona Committee of the .North
Carolina American Legion Convention
to he held in Ashevilte in June.
Mr. Ainaley was also notified of his.
appointment as a member of the Am
erican (Legion's Civilian Defense Com
mittee, ' ' TVs' " -'.';
Island, Si C. While here Mtb. Sub
ton will visit her mother in Raleigh.
' Miss Graoe r Sullivan and ; Mark
Woolard,' students of Roanoke Bible
College in (Elizabeth, City were; din
ner guest of Mr. and Sirs. Horace
Miller on Sunday. r :,
' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Small, .Jr, and
Connie spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. iJ. P. White.
MISgt. E. A. Sutton and wife were
, RICHARD R, IWJNSLOIW .
; Announcement was ; Deceived here
early this week of the death of Rich
ard R. Window, former resident of
uuuviu, nuiu vucu ttv m Hume Ul
Baltimore. Surviving are his wife,
ithe former Mildred Cleaver of Balti
more, a brother, Arthur Winalow of
iBelvidere, two daughters, Mrs. Jack
Multiple crop insurance will con
tinue as a pro ject of the PMA in Perr
quimans 'County during Hue coming ;gunday guests 0f Mr. and Mrs. John
year, it was reported this week by Hurdle.
officials of the.local PMA office. j Mrsflorace Miller went to see Mrs.
W. E. White, 1PMA secretary, re-'T R F..ml no t. - ratient in .the
ported that a total of 208 units, had
been signed for; participation? in thei
crop insurance program, thus assur
ing the continuance of , the low cost
crop protection , to v county farmers
and landowners. J - '
WHITE HAT NEWS
'Mr; and Mrs Thomas Thompson of
Elizabeth City were week-end guests
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ii,
.'Yeates.'' ' 1
f Mr. and Mrs. Walker Perry and
: children of Elizabeth City were din
' I aip a candidate for re-election
to the ctffioe of Commis
sioner .; for the Town of Hert
ford, subject Ho the primary
April 30. t . - ' ,. -
Your vote and support will
be appreciated. 1
Norfolk General (Hospita!, on Tuesday
of last week. Mrs. Eure is expected
home on Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. Glen Hobbs and daughter
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ul
ric Caddy. 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Caddy and
Miss Mollie Lu Yeates were dinner
guesta of Mr.' and Mrs. Ulric Caddy
on Sunday. ' J
Albert Eure," son of Mr. and Mrs,
Delvin Euro, left Friday morning for
his base in Dallas, Texas.
1 1 am a candidate for re
election to the office of Com
missioner for the Town of
Hertford, subject to the Prim
ary Election, (April 30.
YOUR VOTE AND
SUPPORT WILL BE
GREA TLY APPRECIA TED
Al t II
III J VIUJ WMII
give clear title. Mrs. A. B. Keen,' for 'their kind assistance in helping to
Aye. Norfolk 6, Va.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to express niy sincere thanks
to friends and neighbors for the many
acts of lrindness shown me. For the,
beautiful prayers made for me. For!
extinguish the recent fire at our saw
L. G. AND W. E. HOWELL
CARDS OF THANKS
I wish to express my sincere
thanks .to friends and neighbors for
the many acts of kindness shown me,
for the cards and flowers sent and
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank tho Irfcrhfrnrl Vm
Hertford on Edenton Highway. Can Department, our friends and neie-hhmfc.
FOR SALE 7 IAIORES OF (LAND,
One and a quarter miles south of
a patient in ,the hospital.
MRS. JOHN BOYCE
Feeaer and Mrs. Dix ShiUinir. both of lovely cards, beautiful potted, for the visits made me while I was
Baltimore, and several grandchildren.
'Attending the funeral held Tuesday
were Mr. and Mrs. Jake fT. White. Ar
thur Winslow, Ray White and Elden,
Too Late To Classify
plants, cut flowers and trays sent and
lor visits made to me, during my 111
ness.. . . - .v . , .
1 feel grateful to all my friends and
say thank you.
MBS. J. L. NIXON
CARD OF THANKS
we wisn to express our sincere
thanks to friends and neighbors for
the many acts of kindness shown us,
for the cards and flowers sent during
the illness and death of our father.
Mrs. Tom Plerry and the family
, of Wilson Lane.
IN MEMORIAM -In
loving memory of Cora Russell
Eure, who left us three years t ago,
April Jl8, 1948. . .-
Mother dear your gentle face, sweet
smile, with sadness I recall, you
had a kindly word for each and died
beloved by All. '
Your voice is mute and stilled the
heart that loved us well and true,
Oh,, bitter was the trial to part from
cne so good as you.
You are not forgotten, Mother,
dear, nor will you ever be;
As long as life and memory last I
will remember you.
I miss you now, my heart is sore, as
time goes by I miss you more.
Your loving smile, your gentle face,
No one, Mother, can fill your place.
MRS. FREEMAN UMPHLETT
. We are now handling live bait for fishermen
and sportsmen. " These are the Baltimore Min
nows, which Have proven to be, the tops in live
bait. 4 .-' v 9 .
We win trf to have them for youf t,all times.
Call on us when you need any.
. "ON THE CORNER"
PHONE 081 - - HERTFORD, N.C.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
IIHITFOUD DOuG COX
Of Hertford, in the State of North Carolina, at the close of business on
April 9, 1951. " -
. . ASSETS .
f rod. Kaianraa wi'f.li nthvr hunk, includinv reserve balances.
and cash items in process of collection - 6TlfiSS5
2. U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 969,600.00
3. Obligations of States and political subdiviisionsu-i., 8(M,879.9K
1 iCMtam hnnAa. Ttntna and dmhanturM , - 63,000.00
6. (Loans and discounts , - 685,469.70
, (Ronir-Tvvmlaaa Amuul. All RAtt.Oft: furnitum and fixtures.
8. Real estate owned other than bank premises -0fl
11. Other assets - 8,003.45
12. TOTAL ASSETS
13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corpora-
tions '- 1 Jfl2029J34
' 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 782,330.65
' 15. (Deposits of U. S. IGovemment (including postal Eavangs) ' 27,9466
' 16. (Deposits of States and political subdivisionsi'i--i.v- . 160,663.02
18. Other deposits (certiped and officers' checks, etc.)-- , ; 12,9514
' 19. . TOTAL DEPOSITS T r $2,294,21121
-.23. Other"liaWHtaes L . 10,3116
24. TOTAt LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obliga
tions shown below) . -f. z,snpza.w
25. Capital -
: ' l. . 25.18123
28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital).., . 38,000.00
27. Undivided profits
29. TOTAL ICUiPITAIi ACjCOUNTS :
. 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES 'AMD, OMPJTACL ACCOUNTS '. $2,825,704.29
This bank's capital consists or:
: First preferred stock with total par value of $23,000.00, total re-
- t tirable value, $23,000.00; Common stock' with total par value of
Total denost'ta to the credit of the State of North Carolina or
- . any other official thereof J.T - - 67,600.00
V " MEMORANDA
81. Amopta nW-rfwl nr asninlMMt to Becnr liahilitiwi and fo
other purposes , . ? 205896
' I, R. M. T:id.!ick, Jr., President of the above-named bank, do solemnly
iwer that the above t""?-t is true, and that it fully and correctly re
prf .s the true state cf t.e sever 1 matters Herein contained and set forth.
,v to t 3 best of my knolw';e and t ilef. - , - 1
; . 'R.M.-RIDDICK.JR .
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WOMEN WHO HAVE COM-'
AND OTHER STORES AGREE
WE INVITE YOU, TOO, TO
COMPARE COLONIAL'S PRICES,
COLONIAL QUALITY . . . IT AG
TUALLY COSTS YOU LESS TO
GET THE BEST!
Metier Values For Spring Mouse Cleaning
FOR A BILLIARD BALL FINISH
BrjEiHRIG RWSti WRJS,
- 98" I 50 'I M 75
RAST OK thk hands
fOB LESS WORK DBS
CPnC and. SPADI
SOUTHERN MANOB i .
'YOB WHITBB C10TBES l "
Ei.r.pniJNHTNn - 1 1
IIOAIS THE DIBT SWAT ;
CLEansEn 2 25c
FOB CLOTHS, FUBNRUBE AND FLOOBS '
nERinJSJKT glsaeier e... lM
tAST SDBI BESULTS ITSB '
CSfllLESnEa i -69
MB LUSTBOUS BBIOHT FLOOBS
JJE:rJSRI'S ivp s 69
rABSON'S BAST TO BSE
iir.ar.aorjHia , . ,-23
BVEBTONE HAS A USE FOB THESE ,
GEPESIIfilL Bnoor.is 14
. FOB EAST. WINDOW CLEANING '
OOO O O O O O 0.0 OOO 00 o
FANCY TENDER STRINGLESS
4CNDEB SWEET FLOBIDA '
'.(Szconi De3s 2 33
0UU 111 LiAKUL,LNA 1XLIKSAL
. S. NO. 1 IDAHO BAKINQ , '
" ' LABOB 4VICI FLOBIDA " Cf
Pccrlo r.lzzn Yc3 3 ia. 29c
i . fa 4-21-51
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BEAUTIFIES AND PROTECTS BOWUNO ALLET
CLEANSER CUTS GREASE SAVES SOAP
SOUTHERN MANOB FAST SURE
ENDS NEEDLESS 8COUBINO
SEEiVELl POEiESIHI -23
NO BETTER OIL AT THIS PRICE FLEETWOOD
r.a!L70B ona 2 iM
BRIGHT LONG LASTING
EiEGE-HE DHIE.DS 16
SO FT. SPOTLESS
GE.(D?E3ES n-niUE - 59
EdDO? sfiP 2 r.,:; 31:
FOB A LOVELIER COMPLEXION 1
cr.afiY soap 2 r. 27c
TENDER CENTER CUT
FINE FOB KBTING OB ROASTING BELTSVDXE WHITE
GWALTNET, LUTEB OB TODD GENUINE OLD CI RE
Assorted (Ooid Cutyo
FINE FOR QUICK EASY MEALS j
Z?c!ilo Cz BizrlczAo LoaS 53c
Sliced Lcnclicon Llcat ggc
S'cp QusIIly Dologna 59
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