North Carolina Newspapers

    V., C, PTH5AT. OCTOBER 26, 1951
PAGE SEVEN
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The Perquimans Business and Pro-
; f essional's Women's Club' held 'Its
t regular . monthly dinner meeting
, Tuesday niht, October 23. . ,
The meeting opened wit sinsing
, of "America we Be&utafuL" ana re-
r" -,'p'eaang- Jthe Club ; Collect to unteotf,
with Mrs. Roxannft. C. Jackson, vice
president, presiding. She welcomed
Mrs. W. E. White, guest, buring
the brief session of business, the club
, voted the following: To contribute
money to the Perquimans County
High . School Band, which is being,
sponsored by the Jaycees; to meet the
. 4th Friday night at 6 o'clock at Hotel
Hertford for its; dinner meetings; to
' send a Christmas present to the Ital
ian War Orphan, which is being spon-
sored by Distnct' Eiirht. Mrs. Jack-
... son announced the -Mid-Year . Council
. v meeting of the N. C. Federation ' of
BPW Clubs 1b be held at 0. Efehry
Hotel, Greensboro, November MO,
and urged the members to attend this
State meeting. . ? 'i ' ' '? ' '
7" Mrs. Mae B. Fowler was in charge
of an interesting and timely program
enUtled, "To Build a . Free World,'
using posters to further the meaning
and understandinirof the program.
-Mrs. Dora T. Riddick gave talks on
"The : Reorganization of- the, iAmerf
cas" and VThe Marshal Plan." Mrs.
Alice M. Towe told of "-The Unity of
Purpose," taken from "the report of
. Gen.' wight D. -Eisenhower of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
- " '; Mrs. Picket A. Sumner gave a re
port of the. District meeting held in
Tarboro, emphasizing the Health and
Safety Workshop, which she attended
stressing Mental Health. -
- , BRIDGE CLUB MEETS . ,
, Mrs. EldoiL WinsW was hostess to
her bridge club Thursday night at
her home on Grubo Street. Those piay--:
ing'were Mesdames D. F. Reed, Jr.,
Robert Hollowenn, Roy Reed, J. L.
Harris, Vivian Mathews, J. W. Dillon,
Henry Stokes, Charles Murray, Ed
xward Griffin, W. E. Drake, and Miss
Dorcas Knowles.- The high score
prize went to Mrs. Winslow A sweet
course was served.
CARD OF THANKS" ' , .
We wish to thank each and every
one for . the notes, of, Sympathy, and
acts of kindness extended to, us dur
ing our recent bereavement
" " Mr. and Mis. Horace Webb '
Mr. and Mrs Guy Webb and
- family ' j
" " Mr. and Mrs. AR. Cook.
:..'J. A. Copeland of Washington, D.
C, spent a part of last week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Copeland.
Linford Winslow, who had the mtar
fortune to lose all of. his finders on
his left hand, except his thumb, in
a corn picking machine recently,; re
turned home Friday from the Albe
marle Hospital' and J getting along
J Sunday' visitors with the 'r'-Vti W.
Chappell family were: Mr. and Mrs.
Ambrose Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Mac
White and daughter, Carol, Mr; and
Mrs. Hilton White of Hertford, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Barber of Winfail,
Mrs. Bobbie Jean Cook ; and Mies
Ella Cartwrisrht of Washington, D. C.
. Mrs .1 J. Winslow spent Monday
and Tuesday in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Jack Symons had as her week
end, guest Miss Bobbie Jean Cook of
Washington, D. C.
'Sunday visitors with Mrar Jerome
Hurdle and -family , included Mr. and
Mrs.Torrest Hoffler and three chil
dren, Mr and Mrs. Jay Stallings and
Bix children of Hobbsville. '
Mrs. E. L. Winslow and daughter
of Edenton,' Route 2, .visited relatives
here Sunday P. M. ' " -. ' ; '
Timothy C. Perry,' Jr., has enlisted
in the" U. S. Navy and left Monday
for service. , ' , .
Mrs. Lucy Odum and sister Miss
Ruth Spivey of Norfolk, Va.r spent
the week-end with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Sprvey..; ''
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Dale are the
proud parents of a daughter; who ar
rived Monday, the 22nd. Baby, and
mother are getting along well in the
Albemarle Hospital.,
. Mrs. Carl V. Yow'and five children
were Sunday visitors with the L. J.
Winslow family. '
Mrs. Jack Benton spent Thursday
in Norfolk Va, -
- ROOK CLUB MEETS '
Mrs. Archie Lane was hostess to. her
rook, club last Thursday night at her
home. Those playing were Mesdames
D. F. Reed, J.. E. Morris, Carlton
Cannon, Earl Perry, Walter Dail, G.
R. Tucker Harry Hollowell, C. T.
Skinner, Julian White, .Crafton Mat
hews, Miss Mary r Sumner and Miss
Mildred Reed. The high score Prize
went to Mrs. Morris, low to Mrs. Skin
ner and floating prize went to Mrs.
Mathews. The bingo prizes were
awarded Mrs. Skinner, .Mrs Tucker
and, Mrs. Reed. A sweet course was
served. - '
ENTLTITAINS AT DINNE3 .
Mrs. ' Margaret Bagley entertained
officers of the Order of the Eastern
Star at a luncheon held in the Hotel
Hertford Tuesday afternoon. Those
present included Mrs. Ernestine Leete,
Mrs. Ruth Overman, Mrs. Lucile Win
slow, Mrs. Catherine Riggers, Mrs.
Maude Reaves, Mrs. Leila Mae' Wins
low, Mrs. Margaret Bell, Mrs. Spivey
Mathews, Mrs. Irma Vk, Mrs. Hein
le Buck and Mrs. Mary White.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
North Carolina ' . in The
Perquimans County . Superior Court
William H. Hoffler, Plaintiff
vs.
Savannah Felton and Wiley
Felton, Heirs at Law of Mills
Felton deceased, and all other
persons claiming an interest fa
the Mills Felton Estate.
I . NOTICS OF SERVING
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
The defendants, Savannah Felton
and Wiley Felton, and all other per
sons claiming an interest in the Es
tate of Mills Felton, deceased, will
take potice that an action entitled as
above has been commenced , in the
superior court of Perquimans County,
norm Carolina, to foreclose tax Kens
in favor of Perquimans County, as
signed for value to William H. Hoff
ler, the plaintiff herein, and to sell
land listed to Mills Felton heirs to
pay said lien's and cost; and the said
defendants will further take notice
that they are required to appear at
November, 1951,' and answer or de- on"flie 23rd day of November, 1951,
mur to the complaint in said action, at 11:00 A. M., at the Court House
or the plaintiff will apply to the court; door in Hertford, North Carolina, of-
for the relief demanded in said com
plaint.
This the 23rd day of October, 1951.
W. H. PITT,
Clerk of Superior Court
C. R. HOLMES, Attorney.
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Perquimans County. ;
NOTICE
f er for sale to the highest bidder for
cash that certain lot of land lying and
being in Hertford, North Carolina,
described as follows:
Known as lot No. 12 Barrow Lots
in the edge of said Town (now Town
of Hertford) on Liberty Street (now
Dobb Street) and between the lot of
Sheppard Douglas and ' Jefferson
Knox. Reference is hereby made to'
deed from Geo. W. Barrow, Commis-
County, made in the special proceed
ings entitled N. E.fTiannell v.. A1nnx
the office of the Clerk of Superior. Stallings and the unknown Heirs of
Under and by virtue of an order of isioner, to Jonas Reed and Abisrail
the Superior Court of Perquimans Felton, dated September 4, 1880 re
corded in office of Register of Deeds
in Book NN. page 565.
Court of said countv in the Court' Mattie Kniarht and Jonas Reed and
House in Hertford, N. C., within1 all Possible Assignees of such per-
uwoul uuys aner me Z4th
This 23rd day of October, 1951.
WALTER G. EDWARDS
Commissioner.
wmw wuw uHUiiHisiibu iiUULiiioniiiii will ati.s-n ramr a k i
In recognition of-the grand Job Colonial Stores person
. - nel are doing by winning and retaining friends and cua
. tomers, we have proudly designated this as "Managers and
Clerks Week." Their ability to serve you courteously and
- faithfully, has been the greatest contributing factor to our
growth throughout the past fifty year. Come In today
j'and see the many outstanding-values personally selected
! by. the manager of your nearby friendly Colonial Store.
CARD OF THANKS
" I wjah to expressiny sincere flanks
to friends ' nd neighbors for the
many acta of kindness shown' to me
while I was in the hospital y I appre
ciate the prayers, visits, - flowers,
fruits, and cards and say thanks to
each of you.
EFFIE MILLER ,
ROOK CLUB MEETS
Mrs. Cliff Banks was hostess to her
rook club Thursday evening at her
home. Those enjoying the evening
were Mesdames. Lester. Keel, J. A.
Leate, Edgar Fields, E. C. Woodard,
B. J. Holleman, E. A. Goodman, Louis
Jarkington, Haywood DjRers, Burnice
Inscoe, Thurman White Noah Ureg
ory and Miss Reba Spivey." The high
score prize went to Mrs. Keel, second
high was awarded Mrs. Thurman
White and floating prize went to Mrs.
Divers. Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostess. .
REPORT OF CONDITION OF
HERTFORD BAL'iO COMPANY
Of Hertford, in the State of North Carolina, at the close of business on
October 10 1951. ' .
. ( ASSETS -
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including' reserve balances,, . - on
and cash items in process of collection . $ 439,459.82
2. U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 969,600.00
.'A 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions ' 343,879.80
. 4. Other bonds, notes and debentures 63,000.00
6- Loans and discounts - 751,279.61
7. Bank premises owned, $12,522.45; furniture and fixtures, .
$5,587.56 '- r 18,110.01
8; Real estate owned other than bank premises . "- - 1-00
11. Other assets : 8,912.11
12. TOTAL ASSETS
.$2,564,142.35
. LIABILITIES
M3. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corpora
tions
$1,178,678.68
14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 789,365.76
15. Deposits of U. S. Government (including postal savings).. . 27,332.78
16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions. , .211 981.92
18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) - 14,910.72
19. . TOTAL DEPOSITS , $2,222,269.81
20. Bills payable, rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed
money - , , 100,000.00
23. Other liabilities - '- ' 9,729.86
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ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL LOG CABIN
12-Oz.
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ANNIVERSARY SPECUL-PILLSBURY
Flour
ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL-SUNSWEET
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ANNIVERSARY SPECUL-KELLOGG'S
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"M"". - 'Halloween NHtf x
Vrlgley's Juicy Frait Gnsn 3
Deech-riat Peppermint Geo 3 10c
Fleer's Dcbblo Gam" r: 19c
Drcch's Ccndy Corn 29c
Crocit's MarshmaUow peanuts 19c
I7rf-ley's Docblecilni Gasa 3 10c
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25c
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START THE 14.DAT BEAUTY PLAN
PE1MOLIVE SOAP 3
SXOODS O- RICH WHITI SUDS
supeh suds LP"
LOVELY AND MILD FOB 10V COMPLEXION
GASZrSSnS bouquet 3 : 26c
INSTANT SUDS Di ANT WAXIB .
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DOCTORS PROVB PAUfOUVX BtACTY PLAN
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LIBBY'B NOTRITIOCS
DADY FOOD
SWIFT'S VITAMIN ENRICHED
PEATJUT DUTTEL1
GRAND MAIN DISH
SWIFTS PRsXt
UBBY'S DELICIOUS
VEZ.TJA SAUSAGE
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24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obliga-
' tions shown below) - j ,$2,331,999.67
. ... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
25. Capital L: '.$ ,48.000.00
26. Surplus - i 110,000.00
27. Undivided profits - . 86,142.68
28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital ) .. 88,000.00
29. TOTAL CAPITAL1 ACCOUNTS 1
.$232,142.68
30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL" ACCOUNTS $2,564,142.35
This bank's capital consists of: -
First preferred stock with total par value of $23,000.00, total re-
i ' tiraWe value, $23,000.00; Common stock with total par value of
$25,000.00. - . -
Total deposits to the credit of $he State of North Carolina or ? - -
anr official thereof $ ' 67,500.60
81.
MEMORANDA,
Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and fo"
other purposes'
389,471.91
I, H. 11. EIJJ:.kt Jr., President of the above-named bank, do solemply
swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly re-T-e"n'T
t-e true s'iti of the sev":l rrs nerein contained and set forth.
the test of my: knowledge and belief.
, ' R. 11. KljDDICII. JR.
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