VcdsG.T. Becker, Jr.
St Paul Methodist Church in. Chevy
Chase, Maryland, -was the teen Fri
day evening, June 27, of the marriage
of Miae KM Dail and Charles Wil
liam Becker, Jr. Dr. William Firth,
the pastor, performed the ceremony,
using the double ring ceremony. The
bride was given in marriage by her
father, Austin Dail of Arlingtonv Vir
ginia. She wore a period gown of
white organza with embroidered lily
of the valley over taffeta. The bodice
was tight fitting with email telf -covered
buttons down the front and had
i long pointed sleevea. The floor length
full skirt fell ito a long train at the
back. Her Juliet cap and fingertip
veil of illusion were held by a coronet
of seed pearls. She carried an arm
bouquet of white bride's roses center
ed with a purple .throated white or
chid. Her only ; ornaments were a
gold locket and a gold bracelet, gifts
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Dail.' V'''''
Miss'Taye Dail, sister of the bride,
of Greensboro College, Greensboro,
'was maid of honor. , She wore a floor
length blue taffeta, dress trimmed in
. blue lace and wore a matching lace pic
ture hat. She carried an arm bouquet
of pink roses.
- iLittlfi Donna Lea Dail. another sis
ter, of the bride, was flower'girl. She
wore a long pink organdy dress and
earned a basket of rose petals.
During the ceremony Miss Eloise
Lahores of Washington, D. C, sang
"I Love Thee" and "The Lord's Pray
er." - ; J -i i
- The bridegroom had as his best man
Sol Freischtot of Washington, D. C.
The ushers were '.: Dave Ddbkin and
John Black of Washington, D. C
The bride's grandmother, Mrs. W.
E. Dail, of iDurants Neck, wore a
black sheer dress with a laoe bodice.
She wore a shoulder corsage of purple
orchids. ' The bridegroom's mother
wore a- navy sheer dress with blue ac
cessories and also wore an orchid cor
sage. v-;- !;X . .' , v,:
Following ihe ceremony a reception
was given in the church social hall.
Both the sanctuary and the social hall
were beautifully decorated with palms,
ferns and baskets of mixed white
The bride is a graduate of Roose
velt High School and attended Stray
el's Business College and is at present
employed ; at the Pentagon, Army
Division. Mr. Becker Is a junior at
Wilson College in Washington, D. C,
and is also associated with the A. M.
Draisner Real Estate Company, Wash
ington, D, C. : .:, ,;;' ..ii
;. After a wedding trip through the
Smoky Mountains and Western North
Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Becker will be
at home in Washington, D. C. ,,
The Rev. H. M.-Jamieaem: pastor,
met with the youth of Woodland
Church ' on Thursday night and or
ganized a Metawdat ; xrai$ F40lpw
ship, with 12 ireiribere. - ...
The following oElciM weroi elected:
President, Myrtle Gordon Williams;
secretary, Barbara Lee Sawyer; MYF
treasurer, Pat Harrell; local treas
urer, Ronald Harrell,
Do You Remember?
, . By J. P. PERRY '
When there were only three brick
buildings .in the Town of Hertford,
the court house, the jail and the Hert
ford Baptist Church.
When there were no street lights,
electric. When some one had to drive
a hone all over town and light kero
sene lamps every evening and early
morning drive around ' and blow the
fights out. . ." "'-"V . ' , '
When it was so dark on the streets
at night that you had to carry a lan
tern so as to see how to keen out of
I the mud holes on the sidewalks after
a ram. :; ;:
When there were no paved streets
or sidewalks in Hertford.
When -cows, pigs and chickens, also
grouse : roamed the streets of the
town. 1 .
' When there were no telephones in
When there were no railroad pass
ing through the town.
When the steamboat "IBarbinger"
plied between Belvidere and Norfolk
and northern markets, and stopped in
Hertford for freight.
. Dave Klaphack of St. Louis, Mis
souri, spent the Fourth of July with
his wife and son, Kirk and Keith, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernejft White.
!. . mrics Tumi.. XTn, -nn
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Winslow and family.
-! Fourth of July visitors of Mrs. Ida
Winslow and family were Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Winslow, Donald Winslow,
Charlie Winslow and Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Patrick and grandson Ronnie of
Norfolk. Saturday visitors were Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Burgess and Alfred
Rountree of Norfolk and Mrs. John
Hill of Beech Spring.
Miss SyMe Winslow of Washington,
D. C, spent the week-end with her
parents, . Mr. - and Mrs. J. Luther
Mrs. Fred Upton and children, Fred
die and Susan,' returned home with
Mr. Upton after an extended visit
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. Verna Winslow is spending
some time with her children in Norfolk.-:
Henry Winslow is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Winslow and family in
The Rev. Isaac Harris of Guilford
College spent last Thursday night with
Mrs. J. T. Lane and Elsberry Lane.
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Lane were Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Howell and son Wayne
of Beech Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Alec
Stallings, Misses Janice and Arlene
Stallings and Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Baker and sons Reggie and Tommie.
Mr.- and Mrs. Elisha Winslow vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson
and children Cynthia and Mike at Ry
land Sunday afternoon. 1
Mrs. Maurice' VanHorne of Colum
bia and.Mr.-!and',Ms.,.EiJon iHarrell
of hear Eienton viaitpa 4f r. and Mrs.
Claude Rountree " and" Miss Marie
Rountree Sunday afternoon.
Neft On list
"And now . sentlemen." continued
the congressman. "I wish to tax your
"Good heAvvns." mnttersd a enJ.
league, 'whv havesft we thonsrht of
" CARD OF THANKS , t
I wntild li'lra in mtreaa m thank
I to the many friends for the cards,
nowers, gins ana visits wmie i was
patient in unowan Hospital.
MISS KIMSEY PERRY.
CARD OF THANKS 1' !
We wish to express our heart-felt
thanks to friends and' neighbors for
the many acts of kindness tendered
us, for the cards and flowers sent and
cars loaned at the death of our hus
band and father, William N. Tucker.
Mrs. William N. Tucker and Family.
REPORT OF CONDITION OY
HERTFORD BAH COMPANY
Of Hertford, in the State of North Carolina, at the dose of business on
1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, '
and cash items in process of collection $ 667,132.06
IU. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed- 1,216,418.00
Obligations of States and political subdivisions., . dU-.swO.SM
Other bonds, notes and debentures -- T2.865J63
'Loans and discounts --.---- ---; 701,003.74
(Bank premises owned, $18,4013.44; furniture and fixtures,
Real estate owned other than bank premises
Other assets . - -
12. TOTAL ASSETS -
13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnership!! and corpora
tions - ; 113,004.18
14. Time deposits of individuals,' partnerships and corporations 894,245.02
16. Deposits of U. S. Government (including postal savings) .
16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions
18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) j
19. TOTAL DEPOSITS - j 2,60188.13
20. Bills payable, rediscounts and other liabilities for borrowed
23. Other liabilities .
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not Including subordinated obliga
tions shown below)
v c - , : CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
.: $ 48)000.00
28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 40,500.00
29. TOTAL CAHTAL ACCOUNTS ' . : $ 23925.06
27. (Undivided profits
TOTAL IJIXJIflflES AM) CAPITAL ACCOU!NTS?2m,738.20
This bank's capital consists of :
First Dref erred stock with total par value of $23,000.00. total re
; . tirable value, 123,000.00; Common stock with total par value of
' .'?5,000.00. ' . x
TotaJ depoeits to the credit of the State of North Carolina or -
t any official thereof . $ . 6700.00
81. Assets pledged or assigned, to secure liabilities and fo.
; other purposes
f, Wm. K. Hardcastle, Vice President and Cashier of the above-named
bank, do so'amnly swear that the above statement is true, snd that it fully
and correctly represents the true state of .the several matters herein contained;
and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. . . , '
T f '. IWM. H. HAjRCDClASTLE.
Correct Attest: . . ' .
t v' ,i J,' W.WARD,'' .. '7. '
. CHAS. E. JOHNSON, -
' ' ' T. P. BRTNN,
State of North Carolina,;
County c Pe-ulmanei. ; .
, i to and subscribed before me this 9th day of July, 1952, and I
' tv-t I am not an oftcer or director of tl s bank. . ; .
' ' ' D. l L ID, Notary Public. .
t r- -ch so, i::. ' - -
Classified and Lecals
LOST-JAmm' i WRUST WATCH.
15 jewel Elgin with second hand and
' black band. Reward. , Mrs. D. J.
,Pritchard, 39 Covemt Garden Street
Hertford, N. C. Phone 41711. Hi
THE SUMMER BRED ELT SALE
of the1 Virginia Hampshire Swine
. Breeders Association will be held
Tuesday, July 22, 1952, at 1 o'clock
at the P. D. Gwaltney, Jr., ft Co.
plant, Smithfield; Va. Selling in
. . this sale are 44 bred gilts and 16
spring boars of real modern meat
' type hogs from the tops of the good
herds of the State. The entire of
fering will be bang tested and
cholera treated.- For catalog write
Carl W. Grove, Waynesboro, Va,
SAVE MONEY on your insurance through dividends
; returned to policyholders!
CAU GEOflGE FIELDS
Fields Insurance Agency
Try a Perquimans Weekly Classified Ad
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EFFECTIVE THROUGH SATURDAY
NIGHT JUUY 12th
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Silver Labet lea f rr
1 1 mtnn Ten Baas " 21?
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SWEET TENDER GOLDEN BANTAM
6 ears 25
SELECTED HOME GROWN
RIPE TOMATOES . ctn. 25y
.HI LEY BELLE FREESTONE
N. C. PEACHES. . .2 t' 35
CALIFORNIA GREEN TOP .
FRESH CARROTS.2 . .chs.25
LARGE GOLDEN YELLOW '
RIPE BANANAS. .2 , 29
FANCY TENDER STRINGLESS
! 2 ibs. 291
BLADE SQUARE CUT
U. S. CHOICE
TENDER DELICIOUS 7 INCH CUT
RIB ROAST 69?
MADE FRESH SOLD FRESH -
GROUND BEEF. . . 59
ECONOMICAL PLATE IN -
STEWING BEEF. . . . u. 29
ONE LB, CUTER'S SLICED
KUS ONE LB. LUTSK'S
WEEK LONG SPECIAL SNOW CROP
2 5ff 331
WEEK LONG SPECIAL APPLE PIE RIDGE
WEEK LONG SPECIAL
2 CANS 25
WEEK LONG SPECIAL PLAIN OR IODIZED
2 ?o 15
WEEK LONG SPECIAL DURKEE'S
WEEK LONG SPECIAL
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WEEK LONG SPECIAL REDGATE
WEEK LONG SPECIAL GREEN AND WHITE
DUSON LIMA BEANS
WEEK LONG SPECIAL RED CROWN
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