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The Century voice. (Yazoo City, Miss.) 194?-19??, April 01, 1945, Image 7

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Fthe delta national bank shows excellent
I Annual Premiums Reported
ANNIE GOLDEN, Agent—
J. IL Anderson. Sam Amus, Decora Brown, Otis Cambell,
ggie Coleman. Bennie Dnrliam, Mallie Fields, Norman
ates Jr. Albert Hodges, Martha Henderson, Lenora Mcle
jpn. Charlett Signess. Author Sanders. Nccie Stanford, C. If.
taith. Mitchel Wright. E. S. Weaver, Jack Washington.
LABE COOK. Agent—
e Louis Johnson, Mike Hooker, Lucy Ranle, H. G. Oliver,
itrnet Delaney.
HA RUE GRAHAM—
George Brown, J. 1 f. Stockhans, Dave Cotton, Thirsty
ennett. Girtrude Edmon, Jessie Henry, Walter Barrett,' Al.
ird Hicks, Annie B. Wilburn, Joulie Hindman, Horras Moore,
loncc Smith.
If it’s Quality Merchandise at the Right Prices
Come To '
Taylor’s Grocery Store
A Fresh Stock at All Times
A Friendly Atmosphere Prevails Here
214 South Yazoo Street
^ AUSTIN L. TAYLOR, Prop.
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ARRIVING DAILY
New Summer
READY-TO-WEAR
in all latest styles
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Shop Now While Our Selection
Is Large
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“The iLadiee’ Trading Place"
WEBER’S
V ECONOMY GROCERY *
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and MARKET '
IfcL — —• —
The One-Stop-Store j
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S/1V£ TIME, ENERGY AND
MONEY BY COMING HERE
FIRST. /
EVERYTHING IN THE
GROCERY LINE,
WE HAVE IT.
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We Will Appreciate Your
Business
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MRS. ANNIE JACKSON
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Mrs. Annie Jackson of 513 Avenue I', (ireenvvood, Mis
sissippi and her small grandson. erVjoyed the Century Voice
and are long time members of the (,‘e.ntury Burial Association.
Mrs. Jackson is 62 years of age, active and in splendid health.
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Strictly Fresh
Presidential assistant David K. Niles told Dies inves
tigators that telephone calls from Sidney Hillman of the 1’.
A. C. were merely requests for hotel reservations. The del
icate question now is: does reserving a hotel room make
Niles a fellow traveler?
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Mr. Dewey need not feel chagrin because a small boy
threw an apple at him in Springfield, Mo. Remember, an
apple a dav is supposed to keep the Dr. Win-The-War away.
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For a while it was feared coffee rationing would be nec
essary again. Then OPA decided there were no grounds
for it.
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Like the ancient plan of Caesar, it is reported that Ger
many will be divided into three parts for governing during
occupation. That’ll sure gall ’em.
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Washington observers are theorizing that the reason Con
gress sometimes gets tangled up in huge sums of money is
that it is a governmental machine built to spend say 100 mil
lions a year and is spending *X) billions. Right off the bat
you think of a solution for that one.
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555 Taxi Cab Co. 4 j
Corner of Mound and Madison Streets |
Next to the Melton House '/"** I
Will Appreciate Your Patronage J !
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Davis
Hardware
Store
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Paints, Wall Paper,
General Line of Hardware
Will Appreciate Your Patronage
South Main Street Yazoo City
MORRIS-STANDBERRY
I lie marriage of Mi>s Kmma Standberry to MY. Harri
son Jimmie Morris was of much interest to her many friend.'.
The couple was married on March 1, 1045,' Rev. K. f). ( ole
man performing the ceremony. Mrs. Morris is an efficient
clerk at the Century Burial Home Office and Mr. Morris is
a discharged veteran of the present war. having received in
juries during his more than two years service overseas.
Financial Report From Kosciusko
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f FOR MARCH *
Agent Remittance Deaths
David Guyton » / > /
I. \V. Mrown j . , 85.69 2
I )aniel Shumaker 104.48 1
Fannie Cooper l 62.49 0
JOHN \V. 1JROWX, Manager.
Spring Sweaters
’n’ Skirts
Choose yours from our super selection
of Spring sweaters— i
Cored, pleated skirts-—all budget priced!
Suits and Spring Coats in styles and
shades that will please you.
Complete your Spring wardrobe while
there is a wide selection from which to
choose. . - 4- i
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You will also find
clothing for
your school chil
dren here.
USE OUR
CONVENIENT
i LAY-AWAY-PLAN
A few pennies
jj| will save it until you
have need for it
BLACK & WHITE STORE
I Main Street The Home of Honest Valines Yazoo Cityj, Miss. 1
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF
(Tl)f Drlta Natimtal lank nf tlaznn (Eitif
YAZOO CITY. MISS. 1
At the Close of Easiness March 20th, 1()45 / • . j j
RESOURCES f |
Loans . $ -q4S..U1.52 ! |
Overdrafts, Secured bv cotton and otherwise - 21,7o2.77 j
Stock in Federal Reserve Rank of Atlanta 15.000.00 j
Ranking House. Furniture and Fixture- 12.Oyu.OU
Cash Resources: !
Cash on hand, in Federal Reserve Rank and
other banks ... $2,X82."2o.51 ;
2 C. S. Government Securities 4,.-'(i2.,'24.i>u
| y State, County and Municipal Ronds S' 11 .S2
I Commodity Credit Corporation Cotton Sale- 2/ .4''S.a6- X.2/".
I TOTAL $‘>,2W.,105.ss
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock s 150.000.00 ?
Surplus, earned .VAWMH*)
Undivided Profits 2S.75'>.7J $ ;2S.75'U2
Reserved For I axes
Bills Payable and Rediscounts X' '^0
DEPOSITS . . S.754,04101
TOTAL $'\2S<,.105.KS
OCR RECORD
41 Years of Uninterrupted Service To This Community
Since Organization In 1904.
I Buu WAR BONDS
it? it „ -uvc, BA***
ica patriotic savin i
| OFFICERS AM) DIRECTORS 1
| J. F. Barbour, Chairman of the Board ij
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Herbert Holmes, President F. M. Patty, Vice-President «£• Cashier 1
R. D. Cheatham, Asst. Cashier i
C. T. Bardwell E. J. Ferris C. Livingston I

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