Newspaper Page Text
[list What You Have For Rent Or Sale Now For Sunday’s Edition-Call 2800
Xhe Wilmington Star classified RATES ..incsified ads inserted in both A!L imington News and The W'il 1ie Morning Star. Insertion of I»;11S n be on same day or evening >i5 " ex[ morning, except when >r‘3 nSert;on is Saturday morning, !irSt Scond insertion will run Mon No classified ads sold f'^papVr only. .« CLASSIFIED rates ... time 'rate —.15c per line J ee time rate „-P« me fill time rate .13c per line S- ,ime rate..10c per line m time rate - 8c per line, * ,n ad\ertisements taken for less 45 cents. Ads ordered for a special number ; ,vf and stopped before expira cf ua'wiii only be charged for the tic\er 0f times the ad appeared d adjustment made at the rate *asnecial rate of yearly advertising nnn request. Chanted ads will be received by t.ionhone if advertiser’s name is ved in telephone directory, and 5 will be sent next day. Count five average words to the tr‘v, discontinuances should be ... in person at The Star-News „,ce or if by telephone, must be Lfirmed by letter. Ci a,is are restricted to their joer classification and to the reg : sTAR-NEWS style of type. Errors in advertisements should . -eported immediately. The Star ts will not be responsible for * ,re titan one incorrect insertion. Xo ad taken for less than basis of U-ec lines. Cards of thanks charged for at rate of 25 cents Per line- Count five iverage words to the line. , charge of $5.00 is made for pub Ijjjtcd "ill Memoriam” and resolu tions The Star-News assumes no re sponsibility for any advertisement not handled or inserted as directed except to publish or republish after notification. Classified Ads in the column may he placed until 9 P- m. for the next days raPer • ■ • Al1 classified Dis play'copy must be in the office by 6 p. m, main office phone 2800 Ask For Ad-Taker. AH advertising appearing in these columns is for reputable and reli able concerns, so far as we can ascertain from a careful investiga tion. [ T( ;s our intention, however, to see that every firm that uses these columns is required to live up to their obligations. Therefore, should you reply to any advertisement on this page and services are not ren dered as advertised, The Star News wants to know it. The U. S- postal regulations are very strict in such matters as such an act would be misuse of the U. S. mail and the Star-News will see that any attempt to defraud is promptly handled by the P. O- de partment. CLASSIFIED INDEX 1— Announcements. 2— Automotive. 2-A—Auto Supplies. 2—Amusements. 4—Awnings. 6—Beauty Parlors. 8-Beer. 10— Business Service. 11— Builders. 12— Builders’ Supplies. 13— Boats. 13-A—Booksellers, Stationers. 11-Business Opportunities. 20—Cleaners and Dyers. 32- Coal, Wood, Fuel Oil. 33— Dairy products. 31—Dancing. 35—Drugs. 38—Dry Cleaning, Pressing. 41— Eatables. 42— Eating Places. 45—Feeds. 50— Financial. , 51— Florists. 52— For Rent. 52-A—Resorts. 55—For Rent. Apartments. 60—For Rent, Rooms. 65—For Rent, Houses. 70—For Sale. "3—Hardware. 75—Household Goods. 80—Houses For Sale. 85—Help wanted, Male. 90-Help AVanted, Female. 55—Insurance. 100—Instruction. • 105—Lost And Found. 110—Livestock. HI—Miscellaneous. 112—Machinery. 118—Music. h0—Office Equipment, hi—Office For Rent. 12a—painting, papering, hi—Printing. ^'Professional. 135—Personal. '35—Poultry. 189—Radio And Repairs, ho—Real Estate, h-—Refrigeration Service, ho—Seeds And Plants. h»—Situations AVanted. la?—Typewriters. "8—Shoe Repairing. JaS-A—Sporting Goods. «—Storage. 60—Trucks and Transfers. ho-AVanted. 180—Legal. f h 1_ automotive 1839 OLDSMOBILE 4-D O O R Ee<3an; low mileage; looks like ?c'v- Bargain price. Harris Has phone 3450. SNOWS ESSO SERVICENTER ■ge & Plymouth Sales & Service ■^Ia & Market. Phones 1493-9130 LONG MOTOR CO. . P:gekara Sales and Service -s’°- 2nd St. Phone 72 Westbrook -BROWN MOTOR p, '• Home of Chrysler and 186on°Uth’ 113 No‘ 2nd st" Phone ljcnn^ERRAPLANE SEDAN. A-l «M‘tion; low mileage. A real argain for onl; §185i >, '“a*1. T- C. Callahan, 845 -—L c-uillan Buick-Pontiac Co. lddoor RLY.M°UTH DELUXE 2 son p0IJrinS sedan; radio. Peter 1427 rnes Mot0r Co- ph°«e 19^a„TUDERAKE R DICTA TOR 5350 ’ t C1('an ear. Bargain for 8i2,’ ierihs. Call Floyd Howell, * Automotive -Ralney Chevrolet Comnan. for sale-one D-s^iSr rnotor 'h5 Wh6el motor tires and brakes Perfect -Condition, Marks Machine, 10 Business Service EXTERMINATING SERVICE—in". OuT pri’cerantee' Pree insPecUo11 1078 P are reasonabIe- Phone 12 Builders* Supplies RRfVEE AND SAND BY~ TRUCK, quote following prices- 2” f™’ $2.50 per tQnf |M $-70 per ton; i-2” $3.05 per ton. Bi-Dk Sfn*’ ?2’10 per ton Buck or plaster sand, $2.30 per ton. Delivered to your job. E B Morse. Rockingham. Telephone 26] GENASCO SLAM TEST ROOFING Is Beautiful _ , durable Economical Be,S(1taby Te®/ . Hano-er Iron Works 109 No. Mater St. Phone 609 CRAW-FIR-DOR, SELF ENER gfizing . . . One Piece . . . Over dead, Typf- The fastest selling Overhead-type Door in America. Hardware included at no extra cost. Call us today for further information. Becker’s. Phone 82. Plumbing We carry everything for your Flumbing and Heating Job. Free Estimates Given Call Mr. R. L. Freeman 1248 Sears, Roebuck & Co. BUILDING OR REPAIRING? LET us give you an estimate on your lumber needs. Cape Fear Lumber Co., Phone 670. Everything To Build The Home E. W. Godwin’s Sons Castle Hayne Road, Phone 562 DISTRIBUTORS INSELBRIC AND Brixite Insulation. Estimates. American Home Improvement Co. 120 M-rket St., Phone 1466. 200,000 BRICK, SASH, DOORS plumbing supplies and lumber! Apply to J. E. Sternberger. Pur cel House. Phone 2014-J. 13 Boats marine SERVICE, INC. Plan your Summer Boating Nowl Complete Plans and Estimates Phone 7771 Wrightsville, No. Car. BOAT, WITH IN-BOARD MOTOR. Can be seen at 1207 Princess St. L. T. Rogers, Phone 253. 32 Coal. Wood, Fuel Oil T. E. COOPER & CO.. Inc. (Foot Parsley St.) Phone 481 Best coal and wood. Lowest prices 35 Drugs STOP THE LIQUOR HABIT WITH "QUITS.” the New Remedy. Can be put in food or drink. Reliable Effective. $2.50 treatment. Saun ders Drug Store. FIGHT THAT COLD. GET A BOT tie of Prescription No. 7. For colds and coughs. Helps to clear the head, mild laxative. Tice, 25c. Brooklyn Pharmacy, 4th and Bladen Sts., Phone 1330. 42 Eating Places BEST OYSTER ROAST OR SHAD Fry; conceded best steak, fried chicken, Bar-B-Q. Shrimp. Capt. Ben's, Phone 5813. 48 Feeds HELP WINTER — HATCHED chicks Thrive by starting them on Ful-O-Pep Chick Starter. It has a wonderful blend of vita mins, minerals, and protein. J. J. Allen & Son. Phone 380. VITA-LIFE LAYING MASH FOR most Eggs at least cost. Keith Bros , Inc., 108 No. Water St. 52 For Rent FOR RENT—122 N. WATER ST., nice office and warehouse space, 20x60—$18.00 per month. Phone 19, Lenox G. Cooper. 55 For Reni, Apartments TWO DESIRABLE APARTMENTS 510 Chestnut St., for rent. Ap ply Samuel Bear Sr. & Sons, 311 North Front St., Phone 271. YOU CAN FIND JUST THE KIND of apt. you are seeking with a "Wanted to Rent” Ad. Phone 2800—Cost Small._ LOWER APT. 415 GRACE ST., 6 rooms, hall, bath. Good condition. ■ Reasonable. Phone 313 or 1263-J. 510 CHESTNUT ST. UPPER AND lower apartment with five rooms each. Reasonable and in good con dition. Foster-Hill Realty Go. Phones 1467-1468. _ FURNISHED, NEW DUPLEX, small apartment. Southern part of the city. Phone 1926-R._ 65 For Rent, Houses 1727 CAROLINA AVE., 5 ROOM bungalow. Apply Willetts Realty Co., 124 Princess St., Phone S42. SIX ROOM DWELLING 1919 Chestnut St. Albert F. Perry Phone 390 206 NO. 12TH ST., 6 ROOM BUN galow; bath. Now being reno vated. Call ~H. F. Wilder, 631. 70 For Sale BRAND NEW ELECTRIC MEAT slicer and meat chopper at sacri- ■ fic for half price. Call J. M. Jones, Room 332, Wilmington hotel. Ttu A UTOMOBILE SEAT covers installed free for next 10 days. Covers from $3.45 up. Cars called for and delivered. Goodrich - Silvertown Stores. Phone 423. ] MOTOR OIL, 8%c Qt. In Your Can ( 2 gals, in galvanized can, $1.15 6 gals., in galvanized can, $2.30 Thrif-T-Stores. Inc., 25 So. Front St. ELECTRIC IRON AND* CORD — Thumb rest and heat indicator. Guaranteed; only $2.67. Other electrical appliances. Thrif-T Stores, Inc., 25 So. Front St, 1 70 For Sale DAIRY SUPPLIES! MILK BOT tles and bottle caps. Cooperative Hdwe. 610 Castle St. Phone 2122. POR SALE — RICH SOIL FOR flowers and shrubbery. C. Leeu wenberg. Phone 2546-W. POUR 6:00X16 TIRES, TREAD good; tubes never punctured. $16 complete. Texaco Service Station, 9 Chestnut St. MEN! YOU CAN DRESS WELL and save real money on your en tire clothing bill at Finkelstein’s, Front and Market. _ philco refrigerators yes. Leonard Refrigerators yes. White Mountain refrigators yes. Terms and service. Pender Furniture Company. VITAMIN B-l—THE SENSATION al Plant Stimulant. 35c 1-2-oz. bottle. Cross Seed Co., Phone 1111. 73 Hardware STACHTSMEN — BOATSMEN AT tention. We now have in stock a complete line of Bronze Pro pellors. All diameters, all pitches. Gregg Bros. Hdwe., Front and Market St. Phone 632. 75 Household Goods ) PC. WALNUT DINING ROOM Suites, special 20% off while they last. H. Berger & Sons, Phone 2914. -LOSEOUT ON ALL 1940 RADIOS. Bargain prices. Limited supply call early. French Radio Service, 1304 Market St., Phone 852. SPECIAL THIS WEEK! $10 COIL spring free with each bedroom suite. Peoples Furniture Co. 13 North Front St. 3TEWART WARNER AND MON arch ice Refrigerators. See win dow display. Jones Furniture Co., 18 S. Front St. USED ELECTRIC REFRIGERA tors. Real bargains, $19.95 and up. C. B. Wessel, 305 No. Front St., Telephone 713. KELVINATOR 6Vi. CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR °nly $114.75 wlth B YEAR GUARANTEE HOME FURNITURE CO. 23 Market St. Phone 901 1, 5 AND 6 CU. FT. GENERAL Electric Floor Models. Reduced for quick sale. Gregg’s Appliance. I'OUTHS BEDS AND KIDDIE coops, used. In . excellent condi tion. Bargains. Bost Furniture Co., 29 So. Front St. MAPLE1 MAPLE! MAPLE! A complete line of Maple and Maple Finish Bedroom, Living Room and Dining Room furni ture. Ideal for beach use. Todd Furniture Co. Phone 3S2. BUY THE FAVORITE—6 CU. FT Genuine Frigidaire, made by Gen eral Motors, for only $114.50. Terms as low as $4.50 per month at Sutton-Council Furniture Co. SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF 1940 Gold Seal Rugs. Many love ly patterns. 8 coat thickness. Pender Furniture Co., 28 So. Front St. BO Houses Tor Sale 123 Keaton Avenue, Brookwood—6 room bungalow, furnace heat, dou ble garage, large lot—small cash payment; balance like rent. Built for a home; very low price. MEARES HARRISS 210 Princess St. Real Estate >14 NO. 23RD ST„ 6 ROOM MOD ern home. For inspection appoint ment call G. A. Quinn. Phone 472. 35 Help Wanted, Male WANTED M E ^A T CUTTER AT once on Carolina Beach; exper ienced only. Answer p. O. Box 365, Wilmington. WANTED — FURNITURE COL lector and salesman. City Furni ture Co. 12,468 PRINTING- AND PUBLLSH ing plants in the U. S. employing 500,000 trained people. We offer training in Hand 'Composition, Linotype, Pressworlc, Monotype. Using more than $100,000 worth of equipment to train you in a school controlled by printers and publishers. Not operated for prof it. Write Southwest Vocational School, 3800 Clarendon Drive, Dal las, Texas. )0 Help Wanted, Female SETTLED WOMAN, WHITE OR colored to stay on farm, cook and keep house. Also man, good milk er familiar with dairy work. Har rell’s Dairy, Airport. 100 Instruction comptometer, STENOTYPY and all business subjects taught. Mrs. Motte’s Secretarial School, 313 Church Street. [10 Livestock 10 HEAD MULES FOR SALE— Also 3 houses for rent on Castle Hayne Road. J. P. Newton, Phone 2006-J. 120 Office Equipment JIT US FRAME YOUR PHOTO graph for you. A new assortment of Picture Frames. Shoemakers. Phone 954._ 1Z5 Fainting, rapering 'LITTLE” JIM SHARP, PAPER hanger. Wallpaper and paint. Work guaranteed, 714 Grace St. Phone 1420-J. 35 Personal )LD MATTRESSES MADE LIKE new for $2.95. Converted Into innerspring mattresses for as lit tle as $9.00. New Way Mattress Co., 902 So. Front. Phone 428, Read The Classified Ads - — :| 136Poultry BABY CHICKS — REDUCED prices, healthy, bloodtested, day olds, two-week-olds, four-week olds. ROUDABUSH’S. BABY CHICKS FROM QUALITY stock—pullorum tested. See us for your chicks and feeds. R. F. Hall Feed Store. Phone 310. 139 Radio and Repairs SHACKELFORD’S RADIO SERV ice. Any make — any model, 3rd and Grace. Phone 2709. (Com mercial Frigidaire Dealer). EXPERT RADIO REPAIR SERV ice! We call for and deliver. Let us estimate, your next job. Thrif-T-Stores, Inc. Phone 726. DIXIE RADIO SERVICE. OPEN day and night. Work guaranteed. 418 So. Third St. Phone 2248-J. 150 Real Estate INVESTIGATE THE JOYS AND advantages of living in Oleander, "the Suburb Beautiful." Hugh MacRae and Co. SALES-RENTALS-INVESTMENT Moore-Fonvielle Realty Co. We are equipped to serve you. YOU CAN SELL YOllR PROPER ty through our aggressive meth ods; send description and lowest cash price. A. B. WALTON CO. Tide VVater Bldg. Phone 236 10 DAY OPPORTUNITY; SOUND front lot, Wrightsville Beach. $1075. W. M- Hewlett, 214 Prin cess St. Phone 943. FOR BEST RESULTS LIST YO property with Marsh 11 Realty Co. 216 Princess St. Phone 976. DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT Southern end Harbor Island. Priced right for immediate sale. Phone 159. LIST YOUR RENTAL AND SALES With Us. A-l Service. Frank G- Harriss 120 Princess St. 152 Refrigeration Service -;-: WE REPAIR AEE MAKES RB frigeratprs. Sound systems for rent. Radio Service Co. 208 Prin cess. Phone 823. 155 Seeds and Plants _ TOMATO PLANTS, SNAP DRAG ons, spring garden plants. John Verzaal, Winter Park. Wood’s Seed Corns All popular varities including Adapted Hybrids Treated Cotton Seeds Early and G.ant Wilt-Resistant Blackeyes; Field Peas, Soy Beans, Velvet 3eans. T. W. Wood & Sons Seedsmen 317 No. Front St. Phone 133 SEED FOR GARDEN, FARM OR Lawn. Gladiola, Tuberose and Canna Bulbs. Fertilizer — all kinds, Insecticides, etc. Cross Seed Co. 12 Market St., Phone 1111 FRESH SEEDS — TOMATO, PEP per, Garden Peas, Lettuce, Tur nips. etc., Cabbage Plants. Rouda busli’s, Front and Dock. 170 Wanted WANTED TO BUT FROM OWN er nice home, good location, sac rifice or bargain. Home care Star-News. WILL BUY LOT OR COTTAGE AT Wrightsville Beach; cheap for cash. "J.,” c-o Star-News. WANTED 500 USED PENN AND Pflueger Reels to clean or repair. Sneeden's Wilmington Cycle Co. 114 Market St. Phone 626. WANTED: ELECTRIC MOTORS. Cash paid for burned out or dis contim ed motors, either 2 or 3 phase, (1 H. P. and larger) 0. H. Young, 94S-M or 867. FOR QUICK RENTAL RESULTS, List Your Vacancies in the Want Ads. Phone 2800—Cost Small. 180 Legal STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER WHEREAS, the undersigned City of Wilmington, North Carolina, pur suant to resolutions adopted by its Council, authorized the sale of the property hereinafter described, as provided by law, and, therefore, the undersigned City of Wilmington, pursuant to said authorization, in accordance with the authority vest ed in it by law, will offer for sale and will sell for cash, at public au ction, to the highest bidder, at the court house door in New Hanover County. North Carolina, at 12 o’clock, Noon, Monday, April 22, 1940, all that lot or parcel of land situated in the City of Wilmington, described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the center line of Dawson Street (ex tended), said point being 794.5 feet CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 180Legal Eastward from the intersection of said center line of Dawson Street with the center line of Seventeenth Street and runs thence from said beginning and along said center line of Dawson Street 5.5 feet to a point in said line; thence South 29 de grees 15 minutes East 521.7 feet to a. point In the Eastern line of Myrtle Drive; thence In a Northwesterly di rection and along the Easterly line of sakl Myrtle Drive 527 feet, plus or minus, to the point of beginning: being a portion of a parcel of land covered by deed from C. C. Bellamy, et al, to the City of Wilmington, dated and recorded in Book 170, Page 70, of the Records of New Hanover County. The City of Wilmington reserves the right to reject the last and highest bid if in the opinion of the Commissioners of said City the said bid and price offered does not rep resent the fair value of said prop erty. The last and highest bidder will be required to deposit with the Commissioners of the City of Wil mington upon conclusion of said sale a sum equal to ten (10%) per cent of said bid. CITY OF WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, By: THOS. E. COOPER, Mayor. This 22nd day of March, 1940. IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 593 Notice to creditors. In the district court of the United States for the Eastern district, of North Carolina, Wilmington division. In the matter of R. E. Bradshaw, Clinton, N. C., RFD. bankrupt. TO the Creditors of the above-named Bankrupt and other parties in interest: Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of March, 1940, an order was made in the above entitled proceeding, fixing the 6tli day of May, 1940, as the last day for the filing of objections to the discharge of said bankrupt. Dated at Raleigh, in said District, this the 4th day of April 1940. W. B. Duncan, Referee in Bank ruptcy. IN BANKRUPTCY NO. 595 Notice to creditors. In the district court of the United States for the East ern District of North Carolina Wil mington division. In the matter o: Arthur Badger Campbell, Whiteville N. C., Route No. 1, Bankrupt. To tin Creditors of the above-named Bank rupt and other parties in interest. No tice is hereby given that on the 2GtI day of March, 1940, an order was mad! in the above-entitled proceeding, fix ing, the Gtli day of May, 1940, as the last day for the filing of objections t< the discharge of said bankrupt. Datec at Raleigh, in said District, this 4tl day of April. 1940. W. B. Duncan Referee in Bankruptcy. , NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER IN THE SUPERIOR COUR1 HAZEL HOBBS POTTER vs. HARRY R. POTTER The defendant, Harry R. Potter will take notice that an action en titled as above has been commence! in the Superior Court of New Han over County, State of North Caro lina, for absolute divorce, and thi defendant will further take notici that he is required to appear at tin office of the Clerk of the Superio: Court of said county in the court house in Wilmington, North Caro lina, on the 18th day of April, 1940 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 180Legal and answer or demur to the com plaint in said action or the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint This 15th day of March, 1940. A. L. MEYLANP, Asst. Clerk of the Superior Court DILIGENCE WICHITA, Kans. (fP)—Wilmur Weston, 72, has kept a diary for 57 years without failing to make a daily entry. Hudgens Sees 3,000 More FSA Families RALEIGH, April 5.—W—Assist ant Farm Security Administrator R.- W. Hudgens of Washington said here today that the FSA expects an additional 3,000 farm families in North Carolina to join its program by "the end of the year." He said the state now had 15, 000 families participating in the FSA program. __ _ 180 Legal 180Legal REPORT OF CONDITION OF ‘‘THE WILMINGTON SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY OF WILMINGTON, IN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.” A member of the Federal Reserve system, at the close of business March 26, 1940. Published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act and the Commissioner of Banks of North Carolina. ASSETS Loans and discounts (including none overdrafts)_$ 5,048,415.08 United States Government obligations, direct and guaran ™_,.tee<? ------ 455,205.10 Obligations of States and political subdivisions_ 83,187.14 Other bonds, notes, and debentures ___ 72,036.25 Corporate stocks (including $27,000.00 stock of Federal Re serve bank) - 27,130.00 Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection_ 2,202,965.66 Bank premises owned $50,000.00, furniture and fixtures $2,537.45 ..—....... 52,537.45 (Bank premises owned or subject to none liens not as sumed by bank) Real estate owned other than bank premises_ 45,300.00 Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate _ None Customers’ liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding 125,000.Ou Other assets _ 4,670.00 TOTAL ASSETS ....$ 8,116,446.68 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpo rations -$ 2,979,421.99 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2,360,354.75 Deposits of United States Government (including postal sav- j ings) --—---- 44,924.71 Deposits of States and political subdivisions _ 282,102.06 Deposits of banks _ 1,010,161.34 Other deposits (certified and officers’ checks, etc.) _ 130,259.52 TOTAL DEPOSITS _$8,807,224.37 Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money - None Mortgages or other liens on bank premises and on other real estate _,,__ None Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and out standing _ 125,000.00 Other liabilities _ 58,082.54 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated ob ligations shown below) _$ 6,990.306.91 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital* .....$ 300,000.00 Surplus _ 600,000.00 Undivided profits _ 171,179.61 Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital)_ 54,960.16 -IU-laju Accuuruci _$ uy.u TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS_$ 8,116,446.68 ♦This bank's capital consists of none of capital notes and debentures; first preferred stock with total par value of none, total retirable value none; second preferred stock with total par value of none, total retirable value none; and common stock with total par value of $300,000.00. MEMORANDA j Pledged assets (and securities loaned ) (book value); (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities_$ 454,197.90 (b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other liabili ties (including notes and bills rediscounted and other se curities sold under repurchase agreement)_ 169,814.45 1 (c) Assets pledged to qualify for exercise of fiduciary or cor i porate powers, and for purposes other than to secure lia • bilities __s_-_ Norte (d) Securities loaned _ None (e) TOTAL ....-.$ 624,012.35 Secured and preferred liabilities; (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to require ments of law _$ 573,109.28 (b) Borrowings secured by pledged assets (including redis- j counts and repurchase agreements)_ None (c) Other liabilities secured by pledged assets_ None (d) Deposits preferred under provisions of law but not se cured by pledge of assets_ None (e) TOTAL ..$ 573,109.28 Subordinated obligations: (a) Unpaid dividends on preferred stock and unpaid interest i on capital notes and debentures, accrued to end of last dividend or interest period, not included in liabilities or reserves above _ None (b) Other obligations, not included in liabilities, which are subordinated to claims of depositor’s and other creditors None I, W. L. Bozeman, Cashier, of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief W. L. BOZEMAN. CORRECT—ATTEST; W. L. BOZEMAN, •T. V. GRAINGER, MARSDEN BELLAMY, T. F. DARDEN, Directors. State of North Carolina, County of New Hanover ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of April, 1940. KATHARINE B. BROWN, Notary Public. My Commission Expires August 13. 1940.__ I SISONS WILL LIKE ^jS| SERVICE - signers. 2—No 3 — No ques- |§| f employers or w l — Immedi ate ft 5 — Conveniently » 6 — All transac- ffi Id in strictest mg .MINGTON jMHi ANCE CO. fly M u rchi son^^^^^fl ANNOUNCING Our New Location For Better Bargains In USED CARS CORNER 2ND AND DOCK STS. HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR SPECIAL OPENING DAY VALUES 1939 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN: One of the fines! used cars we have ever seen. It won't be here long. 1937 PLYMOUTH SEDAN. We think that this is an ideal family car — In good shape all around. 1934 DODGE COACH. Here's a car with many a happy mile for someone. Good tires, tags included. Radio installed. 1939 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER SE DAN. Brand new tires, heater, etc. A real used car value. 1937 FORD "60" COACH. Clean blue finish, rebuilt motor, good tires, clean. 1930 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR. A car that knows how to lake it Yes, it's clean with good rubber all around. I 1929 FORD COACH. Puncture Proof Tubes and new tires. A real sound investment. Westbrook - Browa T? Motor Co., Inc. ST PHONE I860 PHONE 2783 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY DAINTY FUDGE CAKE 1-2 cup shortening 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 3 ounces chocolate 3-4 cup milk 1 1-4 cups DAINTY flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1-4 teaspoon salt METHOD. Cream the shortening and add the sugar gradually. Add the well beaten eggs, vanil la, and melted chocolate. Add the milk alternately with the flour, baking powder, and salt, which have been mixed and sifted. Beat the batter well and turn into a greased and floured loaf pan. Bake in a moderate oven. Time in baking, 50 minutes. Temperature 325 degrees. Loaf, 8x8x1 Yi inches. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR DAINTY REFUSE SUBSTITUTES J. J. ALLEN & SON Wholesale Distributors —PHONE 380 Water and Dock Streets ' RANEYS Sale OK USED GARS BPY HEBE AMD SAVE! CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN 1938 Model. Looks and runs like a new car. Con ditioned and guaranteed. Be sure and see ti^AA this car, only .. 1938 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 1938 Model. New tires and thoroughly reconditioned; a beautiful car d»OQC for the family .. Vwww CHEVROLET COUPE 1937 Model. New tires, original paiht. Looks and runs like dJOCA PLYMOUTH COACH 1936 Model. The best buy £ t.own.$225 FORD TUDOR SEDAN 1935 Model. Reconditioned motor, good tires, new paint. A good lit- TA tie car for only «Plvvr CHEVROLET SEDAN 1932 Model. Conditioned and ready to go. Our sale price C7C only ...j. vlw FORD TRUCK 1938 Model. Heavy duty long wheel base truck. Good tires; equipped to do heavy work. To be sold at a bargain price. CHEVROLET TRUCK 1937 Model. Heavy duty long wheel base truck; 14 ft. body. Good 32/6 Heavy Duty Tires. Will sell real reasonable. SEVERAL GOOD CARS AHD TRUCKS Priced From $25 TO SI00 RANEY Chevrolet Co.