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Biennial Report 

of the 

Department of State 

of 

North Carolina 

for the 
Fiscal Biennium July 1, 1936-June 30, 1938. 



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PREFACE 

In practically all of the States there is a compilation of infor- 
mation concerning governmental activities of the State and its 
political subdivisions. Statistical data and descriptive material 
are combined to provide factual knowledge on state, county, city 
and federal governmental agencies, and articles of general in- 
terest are added to cover the State's resources and potentialities. 
The volume is usually known as "Yearbook," "Bluebook," "Di- 
rectory," or "Manual." These are in practically every instance 
compiled, published and distributed under the direction of the 
Secretary of State. 

In North Carolina we have had for many years what has 
been commonly known as "The North Carolina Manual." This 
is now compiled and edited by the Legislative Reference Libra- 
rian. It was formerly compiled and edited by the Secretary of 
State and by the Historical Commission. The Legislative Refer- 
ence Librarian has done a splendid job with the funds available, 
but the necessary curtailment in expenditures has compelled a 
sharp reduction in the size and scope of the editions of recent 
years. It is to be hoped that some arrangement can be made 
wherein all governmental activities in North Carolina and valu- 
able historical data can in the future be presented in a concise 
and compact form to be made available to public officials, news- 
papers, libraries, schools, colleges and citizens of the State gen- 
erally. 

Numerous requests of this office for information contained 
in certain publications, which are now out of print, has made 
it appear advisable to add an appendix to this report, as found 
on page 113, et seq. It is hoped that the data therein will prove 
useful, interesting and informative. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE STAFF 

Thad Eure 
Secretary of State 

M. D. Abernethy 
Deputy Secretary of State 

Miss Mary Bradley 
Cashier and Bookkeeper 

Miss Mary Harris 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Miss Sadie Boyd 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Miss Marjorie Smith 
Senior Stenographer-Clerk 

Mrs. Cora Arendell 
Senior Typist-Clerk 

WoFFORD F. Humphries 
Layid Grant Clerk 

Miss Marinelle Rives 
Land Grant File Clerk 

Laurie McEachern 
Legislative Enrolling Cler^k 

Thomas A. Banks 
Assistant, for compiling and indexing acts of the Legislature 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

state of North Carolina, 
Department of State, 
Raleigh, July 1, 1938. 

To His Excellency, Clyde R. Hoey, Governor, Members of the 
General Assembly, and the People of North Carolina, 

Greetings: 

I have the honor to submit for your information and con- 
sideration a report of the business transacted by this Depart- 
ment during the fiscal biennium from July 1, 1936 to June 30, 
1938, inclusive. 

Duties of Secretary of State 

The office of Secretary of State is constitutional, and the 
Secretary of State is the chief administrative officer of the De- 
partment of State. By virtue of the Constitution of North Caro- 
lina and statutes enacted thereunder, the Secretary of State is 
a member of the Governor's Council of State, member of the 
State Board of Education, member of the Local Government 
Commission, member of the State Board of Public Buildings and 
Grounds, member of the Municipal Board of Control, Chairman 
of the Board of Advisors of the World War Veterans Loan Fund, 
and a Trustee of the State Library. 

In addition to the duties imposed upon the Secretary of State 
by virtue of his membership on the foregoing Boards and Com- 
missions, he is specifically required to attend at every session of 
the Legislature for the purpose of receiving bills which shall 
have become laws, and to perform such other duties as may then 
be devolved upon him by resolution of the two Houses, or either 
of them. He shall attend the Governor whenever required by 
him for the purpose of receiving documents which have passed 
the Great Seal. He receives and keeps all conveyances and mort- 
gages belonging to the State. He enrolls, edits, and distributes 
all acts and resolutions passed by the General Assembly, and 
distributes all legislative journals of the General Assembly and 
the reports of the Supreme Court. He is required to counter- 
sign every commission issued by the Governor. He is the cus- 
todian of all oaths taken by State Officials, and likewise the 



6 Department Of State 

custodian of all election returns of the State. He has charge 
of trade-mark registrations and all corporation records, foreign 
and domestic, issuing certificates of incorporation and domesti- 
cation. He is custodian of the Land Grant Office, and issues 
grants upon application for newly entered land. 

All amendments to the Constitution of North Carolina are 
enrolled by the Secretary of State among the permanent records 
of the Department of State. 

The Secretary of State is the sole administrator of North 
Carolina's Securities Act, commonly known as Capital Issues 
Law. 

Domestic Corporations 

At the present time there are listed in the files of this Depart- 
ment approximately 75,000 corporations, practically all of which 
were issued by the Secretary of State. Of this number more 
than 10,000 are active. Questions arise daily concerning many 
of the new and the old corporations which necessitate vigilance 
on the part of the Department to give accurate information to 
the people concerned. By telegraph, telephone, and letter the 
Department is constantly answering inquiries and providing in- 
formation disclosed by these files. 

The mechanical or routine work in issuing charters and 
keeping the records of corporations is really the least of its 
important work. Certificates are carefully examined to deter- 
mine before a charter is issued that all provisions of the laws 
have been fully met. Many corporations after receiving their 
charters find it necessary to increase or decrease their capital 
stock, or to change their corporate name, or even extend their 
corporate powers and purposes. To do this, it is necessary for 
the corporation to file amendments with this Department, and 
in such cases the amendments are carefully examined to make 
sure that all of the requirements of law are met. Another im- 
portant feature is the certified copy work. The Department is 
constantly called upon to furnish certified copies of records for 
information or evidence in an action in court. Speed and ac- 
curacy are both necessary to meet these demands. 

There have been 2578 certificates of domestic corporations 
filed in this Department for the past two years, on which the 
sum of $99,242.00 was collected as organization, amendment, and 
dissolution taxes and fees. During the preceding biennium only 



Biennial Report 7 

2262 such certificates were filed in the Department, on which 
the sum of $90,225.84 was received in taxes and fees. 

Following this letter there appears on page 15 a list, 
designated as "Table A," showing in alphabetical arrangement 
domestic corporations chartered by this office from July 1, 1936 
to June 30, 1938. There appears on page 53 a list, designated 
as "Table B," showing all corporations whose charters have 
been amended during the period covering this biennium. 

During the biennium 494 charters were dissolved and cer- 
tificates of dissolution issued. An alphabetical list of all cor- 
porations dissolved during the biennium is shown following this 
letter, designated as "Table C," page 69. 

Foreign Corporations 

There have been 227 foreign corporation certificates filed 
in this Department within the biennium reported, on which 
$55,232.64 as organization, amendment, and withdrawal taxes 
have been paid. During the preceding biennium only 198 foreign 
corporation certificates were filed in this Department, on which 
$31,953.30 taxes and fees were paid. 

There is shown on page 79, designated as "Table D," an alpha- 
betical list of all foreign corporations which have domesticated 
in North Carolina for the period July 1, 1936 to June 30, 1938, 
inclusive. This will prove invaluable to the people of the State 
since the names and addresses of process agents are given. 

Trade-Marks 

For the two years ending June 30, 1938, there have been 
registered in this Department 282 trade-marks, on which $2,- 
636.38 registration fees have been collected. During the pre- 
ceding biennium only $1,903.90 was paid into this Department 
for trade-mark registrations. 

There is shown on page 91, "Table E," all trade-marks which. 
have been registered during the biennium. 

Enrollment of Bills, Compilation and Indexing of 
Laws and Resolutions 

The bills and resolutions of the General Assembly during 
the biennium were enrolled by the smallest number of employees 
that the records of the State Government disclose, and at the 
lowest cost. The cost for personnel services in the enrolling of-^ 
fice for the 1937 Session were held under $6,000.00, compared 



8 Department of State 

to the cost four years previous of more than $16,000.00. This 
record indicates compliance with my promise to the people of 
the State to render this governmental service at the lowest pos- 
sible cost. 

Many changes have been made to appear in the Session Laws. 
We have added a numerical index of Senate and House Bills 
which were passed, and rearranged the style of the general in- 
dex. Many letters have been received from lawyers throughout 
the State expressing their pleasure in these changes. 

Sale of Laws, Journals and Supreme Court Reports 

Sales of Laws, Journals and Supreme Court Reports for the 
biennium have amounted to $13,848.44, Sales of these volumes 
for the preceding biennium amounted to only $8,296.26. 

Public Lands 

There have been issued from the office of the Secretary of 
State within the biennium 25 grants on public lands, for which 
there has been paid into the State Treasury $1,541.52. During 
the preceding biennium only 9 grants were issued, for which 
$464.48 was received. 

A detailed report on all lands granted during the biennium 
appears on page 101, designated as 'Table F." 

All the original records concerning land grants are in the 
custody of the Secretary of State, and there is a constant demand 
from attorneys, abstractors, genealogists, county officials and 
others for information and certified copies of records. All such 
information and copies are furnished by this Department. A 
new two-way index system — surnames and counties — has been 
set up in the Land Grant Office, and the records kept in a man- 
ner to make information most accessible. Many of the records 
are quite old, and some are deteriorating to such an extent that 
they are being restored for the sake of preservation as rapidly 
as funds will permit. 

Securities Administration 

The administration of North Carolina's Securities Act, com- 
monly known as Capital Issues Law, was transferred to this 
Department by the 1937 General Assembly, and made effective 
May 1, 1937. The Secretary of State is now the sole adminis- 



Biennial Report 9 

trator of the act. He acts in the capacity of a one man commis- 
sion. Only two or three similar setups exist in the country. 

The importance of the work of the Securities Division can 
be readily understood when we consider that it involves millions 
>of dollars. It stands between the investing public and the bona 
fide issuer of stock, who seeks new money to assist in the develop- 
ment of an enterprise, and it refuses to assist the promoter who 
attempts to thrust on the public spurious and worthless stock 
that is purely speculative. The Secretary of State personally 
analyzes and examines into the character of the business and 
that of the people behind it. To make a finding on every pro- 
position submitted, he investigates the sale of securities not 
registered or exempted by law as well as the activity of dealers 
and salesmen who have not registered with this Department 
in compliance with law. All dealers engaged in the handling 
and sale of securities in North Carolina are required to be regis- 
tered and licensed by this Department, and all salesmen solicit- 
ing the sale of non-registered as well as registered securities in 
North Carolina are likewise required to be registered and li- 
censed by this Department. The Department handles a great 
volume of detail work in connection with the licensing of dealers 
and salesmen, making investigations, and answering inquiries 
concerning many applications, companies, and their issues. 

There is shown on page 103, designated as "Table G," a list 
of all securities which have been registered in this Department 
since the administration of the Act has been one of its activities. 
Likewise on page 107, designated as "Table H," is shown an 
alphabetical list of all dealers and salesmen which have been 
licensed to sell securities in North Carolina. 

Much time is spent in stressing the importance of identifying 
unlicensed dealers and salesmen, and every investor is urged to 
investigate securities before investing. Each licensed solicitor 
carries with him an identification card bearing the signature 
of the Secretary of State. The investor should always ask to see 
this card. 

Revenue Summary 

Shown below is an itemized statement of items received and 
payments made to State Treasurer in the administration of all 
activities of the Department of State for the biennium ending 



10 Department Of State 

June 30, 1938, with comparative figures covering same activities 
for biennium ending June 30, 1936. 

PAYMENTS TO TREASURER 

Biennium ending Biennium ending 

June SO, 1936 June 30, 1938 

Penalty $ 2,240.00 $ 4,240.00 

Great Seals 87.50 5.00 

Grants 464.48 1,541.52 

Fees 1,726.63 1,759.72 

Seals 705.80 920.00 

Corporation Tax 78,213.69 85,814.40 

Corporation Fees 9,084.15 10,051.60 

Corporation Seals 2,948.00 3,376.00 

Foreign Corporations 31,953.30 55,232.64 

Supreme Court Reports 6,521.26 12,221.09 

Codes, Laws, Journals 1,775.00 1,627.35 

Trade-marks 1,903.90 2,636.38 

Land Grant Seals 10.00 35.00 

Land Grant Fees & 

Postage 13.70 23.80 

Miscellaneous 118.90 158.20 

Receipts from Capital 

Issues 11,406.10 

TOTAL $137,746.31 $191,048.80 

The sizable increase in the fees in this office is noted by this 
statistical report. While this is not generally recognized as a 
revenue producing Department, it is significant to note that the 
increase alone in its receipts for the biennium over and above 
those for the preceding biennium is more than was appropriated 
by the General Assembly for the payment of all salaries and the 
operation of the Department. 

Fees in the office of the Secretary of State, especially cor- 
poration fees, are a barometer of business conditions. The large 
percentage of increase in fees is a direct indication that business 
is accordingly upon the increase in North Carolina. 

In handling the steadily increasing activities and work of 
the Department with the small personnel which it has, it was 
necessary that each employee be especially skilled in his or 



Biennial Report 11 

her line of work. It is the policy of the Department to give 
prompt, courteous, and efficient service to the people who have 
business with it, and I cannot compliment too highly everyone 
who is connected with the Department, whose names are given 
on page 4, for the splendid cooperation which they have ac- 
corded me in making effective this policy. I acknowledge my 
grateful thanks and appreciation to them, all cooperating agen- 
cies and individuals who have made it possible for the Depart- 
ment to render the governmental services recited herein in a 
manner which I hope is pleasing to the people of the State. 

Information concerning any activity which is not specifically 
enlarged upon will be gladly furnished anyone upon request. 

Respectfully submitted, 




Secretary of State. 



TABLES 

A— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED 

B— CORPORATIONS AMENDED 

C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED 

D— FOREIGN CORPORATIONS DOMESTICATED 

E— TRADE-MARKS REGISTERED 

F— LAND GRANTS ISSUED 

G— SECURITIES REGISTERED 

H— REGISTERED DEALERS AND SALESMEN OF 
SECURITIES 



TABLE A 

NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED 



16 



Department of State 
table a.— new corporations chartered 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP, 



Aberdeen Specialty Company 

Aberdeen Tobacco Board of Trade, Inc, 

Accounting Forms Company 

Achoenith, Inc 

Acme Benevolent Association, Inc 

Acme Investment Corporation 

Ada McLean Mills, Inc 

Adam's, Inc - 

Ahoskie Auto Parts Company, Inc 

Ahoskie Colored Mutual Burial 

League, Inc 

Ahoskie Electric Appliance 

Company, Inc 

Ahoskie Motor Company, Inc 

Ahoskie Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Ahoskie Tobacco Board of Trade, 

Inc., The - 

Al-Cola Company, Inc., The 

Alamac Hosiery Company, Inc - . 

Alamance Community Cash Stores, Inc.. 

Alamance Finance Company 

Alamance General Hospital, Inc 

Alamance Insurance Exchange, Inc 

Alamance Laundry, Inc 

Albemarle Burial Association, Inc 

Albemarle Used Car Company 

Alcohol Education Bureau, Inc 

Alexander, W. G., Inc - 

Alleghany Motor Company 

Allen Brothers Milling Company, Inc... 

Allen Clothing Store, Inc 

Allen Excelsior Company, Inc 

Alumni Association of Zeta Chapter of 
Alpha Lambda Tau Fraternity, Inc... 

Ambrosia Cake Bakery, Inc 

American Benefit and Service 

Association, Inc 

American Benefit and Service 

Association, Inc.. 

American Casablancas Corporation 

American Cotton Manufacturers Asso- 
ciation Student Loan Fund, Inc 

American Devices, Inc 

American Discount Company 

American Electric, Inc 

American-Greek Democratic Club, Inc.. 
American Legion Drum and Bugle 

Corps of High Point, Inc 

American Physicians Company 

American Products Company, Inc 

American Sales Corporation 

Anders-Rice Burial Association, Inc 

Anderson & Lambert, Inc 

Anderson Motor Company _ 

Andrews Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 
Anglow Investment Company 



Aberdeen... 
Aberdeen... 

Gastonia 

Charlotte... 

Asheville 

Durham 

Lumberton. 
Taylorsville. 
Ahoskie 



Ahoskie. 

Ahoskie. 
Ahoskie. 
Ahoskie. 



Ahoskie 

New Bern.. 
Reidsville... 
Alamance... 
Burlington.. 
Burlington.. 
Burlington.. 
Burlington.. 

Edenton 

Albemarle... 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Alleghany 

Mebane 

Albemarle... 
Mount Airy. 



Raleigh 

Greensboro. 

Raleigh 



Raleigh.. 
Charlotte. 



Charlotte... 

Asheville 

Greensboro. 

Asheville 

Chapel Hill. 



High Point... 

Shelby 

Reidsville 

Goldsboro 

Asheville 

Ramseur 

Robersonville. 
Wilmington... 
Pinehurst 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

20 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
1000 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
20 yrs. 
Unlim. 
40 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



S 50,000 
Non-stock 
100,000 

6.500 s. 

Non-stock 

100,000 

200,000 

30,000 

5,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

50,000 

42 8. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

6,000 

30,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 
1000 s. 

Non-stock 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 



Unlim. 


500 s. NPV 


60 yrs. 


75,000 


60 yrs. 


1250 B. 


Unlim. 


50,000 


99 yrs. 


Non-stock 


Unlim. 


50,000 


50 yrs. 


25,000 


99 yrs. 


Non-stock 


Unlim. 


1000 8. NPV 



$ l,O0fl 
300 

16 8. 

1,200 

5,000 

150 

2,000 



1,100 
400 



800 s. NPV 

35,200 

300 

3 s. NPV 



5 s. NPV 

1,500 

300 

6,000 

300 

10,000 

300 



300 
3 s. 



400 
300 
300 



3 s. NPV 

500 

40 s. 

300 

300 
300 

2 8. NPV 



12/ 4/3& 
9/14/3r 
5/22/37 
8/31/37 
9/ 8/37 
11/10/36' 
12/ 7/36 
10/5 /36 
12/ 4/36- 

5/ 2/38 

9/21/37 
10/ 7/37 
3/ 7/38 

8/22/36 
4/22/38 

11/28/3& 
1/29/37 
8/ 4/36 
5/14/37 
4/30/37 

10/13/36 
9/ 7/37 
3/16/38 

12/18/36 

11/ 5/36 
9/ 7/37 
6/ 3/37 
1/16/37 
1/12/37 



4/14/38 
500 12/14/36 



2/23/38 

3/ 2/38 
8/24/37 

12/30/36 
8/ 9/37 
4/ 9/37 

10/12/36 

4/ 7/38 

12/31/37 
8/20/36 
5/31/38 
3/30/37 
9/17/37 

11/14/36 
2/18/3S 
3/10/38 
1/ 2/37 



Biennial Report 17 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Anson County Agricultural Fair Asso- 
ciation, Inc., The 

Anson Telephone and Telegraph 

Company 

Apak Manufacturing Company, The 

Apex Furniture Company 

Apex Social Club, Inc 

Appalachian Gold Corporation 

Appalachian Minerals, Inc 

Arcade Amusement Company, Inc 

Arcadia Candied Fruit Corporation 

Arcadia Drug Company 

Arnolds, Inc 

Arrowood Manufacturing Company 

Asheboro Hardwood Company 

Asheboro Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Asher Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Asheville Biltmore College, Inc 

Asheville Bonding Company 

Asheville Country Day School, Inc 

Asheville Insurance Agents Exchange, 

Inc 

Asheville Live Stock Yards, Inc 

Asheville Post Card Company 

Asheville Skating Club,.Inc 

Asheville Soft Ball League, Inc 

Associated Bottlers, Inc 

Association of Wake County Tax 

Payers, Inc 

Atherton Realty Company 

Atkins Jr. Co., Inc., The J. L., 

Atlantic Beach Corporation 

Atlantic Foods Corporation 

Atlas Foundry Company 

Auto Parts and Accessories, Inc 

Auto Sales & Service Company 

Auto Tire & Supply Company 

Automatic Sales Corporation 

Avery Mutual Association, Inc 

Aycock & Sons, Inc., C. P., 

Ayden Chamber of Commerce, Inc 

Ayden Farmers Cooperative Exchange 

Service, Inc 

Ayden Fertilizer & Supply Co., Inc 

Ayden Furniture Works, Inc 

Ayden Mutual Burial Association 



Wadesboro. 



B & A ChevToIet Company 

B and B Stores, Inc., The 

B. C. Remedy Company,. 

B. and G. Social Club, Inc., The 

B & H Photo Company 

B. L. & M. Motors, Inc 

B. M.S. Motor Co., Inc 

Bocock-Stroud Co. of Greensboro, Inc.. 
Badger's Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 



Wadesboro 

Charlotte 

Apex 

Greensboro 

Littleton 

Green Mountain . 

High Point 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem. . . 

States ville 

Laurinburg 

Asheboro 

Asheboro 

Graham 

Asheville.. 

Asheville 

Asheville 



Asheville. 
Asheville. 
Asheville. 
Asheville. 
Asheville - 
Durham.. 



Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Durham 

Atlantic Beach. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

High Point 

Dunn 

Wadesboro 

Raleigh 

Newland 

Pantego 

Ayden 



Ayden. 
Ayden. 
Ayden. 
Ayden. 



Tarboro 

Rich Square 

Durham 

Graham 

Charlotte 

Thomasville 

Marsh ville 

Greensboro 

West Jefferson . 



Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
lOyrs. 
Perpet'l 
40 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 jTs. 
50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Umim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 JTS. 

60 JTS. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 JTS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Non-stock 

$100,000 

50,000 

20,000 

Non-stock 

500,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

25,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

25,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

500 s.«& $50,000 

1,000 

1,800 

50,000 

10 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

30,000 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

10,000 

10 s. NPV 

100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

40,000 

10,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 
50,000 
40,000 

Non-stock 

20,000 

10,000 
5,000 shs. 
Non-stock 

10,000 

50,000 

10,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 



$ 50,000 
5,000 
5,000 

348,000 

1,000 

400 

300 

1,000 

2,100 

3 s. NPV 

300 

400 

20,000 
4 s. 

165 

1,800 

5,000 

9 s. NPV 

300 



3 8. NPV 

500 

3 s. NPV 

300 

300 

4,000 

10,000 

6,000 

300 

660 

2,500 



60 
300 
300 



300 
2,000 

3 shs. 

400 

400 

4,500 

100 8. 



10/31/36 

10/13/37 

10/20/36 

1/ 3/38 

11/ 4/37 

10/22/36 

9/15/37 

3/ 3/37 

6/18/38 

1/ 3/38 

7/ 7/37 

9/ 1/37 

2/17/37 

3/25/38 

8/10/36 

8/15/36 

12/ 2/36 

8/17/36 

11/22/37 
1/15/37 
12/15/36 
11/ 4/36 

5/18/37 
7/22/37 

4/ 4/38 
5/18/38 
7/27/36 
7/20/36 
5/26/38 
11/12/37 
12/21/36 
12/29/36 
3/15/38 
6/17/38 
6/ 8/38 
2/16/38 
10/31/36 

12/11/37 

12/ 2/37 
12/20/37 
3/17/38 

8/13/36 
11/ 4/36 
10/28/37 
9/24/37 
7/30/37 
1/19/37 
11/28/36 
11/ 3/37 
11/12/37 



18 Department Of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



Bailey and Stafford, Inc 

Baker-Commach Hosiery Milh, Inc 

Balfour Amusement Co., Inc 

Ball and Company, Inc _ 

Banner Mutual Funeral Asso., Inc 

Barbee Bonding Company 

Barber Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Barbour Motor Company 

Bargain-Centers Company 

Barrow, W. B., & Son, Inc 

Bayboro Club, Inc 

Baylor's Insurance Service, Inc 

Baylor & Bailey, Inc ._ 

Beam Printing Company 

Beaman Screen & Weather Strip Co 

Beaty , J. T., Machine Company _ 

Beaufort County Insurance Exchange, 

Inc 

Beaufort-Hyde Livestock Mutual 

Beaufort Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Beauty Aides Incorporated 

Beck, Sam E., Inc 

Beck and Sechrest, Inc 

Belk-Cline Co. of Troy, N. C, Inc 

Belk-Daughton Co. of Elkin, N. C. Inc. 
Belk's Department Store of Brevard, 

N.C.Inc 

Belk's Department Store of West Jeff- 
erson, N. C, Inc 

Belk-Hensdale Co. of Whiteville, N. C, 

Inc 

Belk-Tyler Co. of Ahoskie, N. C, Inc. 
Belk-Tyler Co. of Farmville, N. C, Inc.. 
Belk-Tyler Co. of Washington, N. C, Inc. 
Belk-Tyler Co. of Williamston, N. C, Inc. 

Bell-Wallace Co., Inc., The 

Bellfonte Presbyterian Church, Inc 

Belmont Merchants Association, Inc 

Belmont Motor Co., Inc 

Belmont Throwing Corporation 

Belmont Box Company 

Bemis Hardwood Lumber Company 

Bennetts Supply Company 

Bernhardt Co., G. L., Inc 

Bernhardt and Laney Lumber Company. 

Berry Cut Rate Furniture Co., Inc 

Berryman and Company 

Berryman Mutual Funeral Association, 

Inc -. 

Bertie Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

Bethel Cemetery Endowment, Inc 

Beulah Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Bi-Tang Company 

Big Bear Super- Market, Inc 

Big Chief Medicine Company 

Biggs Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 



ADDRESS 



Charlotte 

Burlington 

Asheboro 

Raleigh 

Benson 

Gastonia ; 

Mount Airy 

Morehead City 

Durham 

Raleigh 

Bayboro 

Durham 

Burlington 

Statesville 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Washington 

Washington 

Washington 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem. 

Statesville 

Troy 

Elkin 

Brevard 

West Jefferson _ 

Whiteville 

Ahoskie 

Farmville 

Washington 

WilHamston 

Morehead City. 

Harrisburg 

Belmont 

Belmont 

Belmont 

Belmont 

Robbinsville 

Shallote 

Lenoir 

Lenoir 

Reidsville 

AsheviUe 

Asheville 

Windsor 

McLeansville. . 

Kenly 

Salisbury _ 

High Point 

Asheville 

Lumberton 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
25 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unhm. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



$ 50,000 
600,000 
50,000 
100,000 
Non-stock 
25,000 
100,000 
30,000 
50,000 
50,000 
Non-stock 
100,000 
1200 s. NPV 
50,000 
25,000 
20,000 

Non-stock 

999 
Non-stock 
50,000 
100,000 
50,000 
35,000 
100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 

250,000 

50,000 

5000 s. 

5,000 

100,000 

300,000 

75,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 



Subscd. 



300 

3,000 

3 

600 

5,000 

38,500 

1,400 

300 

300 

300 
3 s. 
5,350 
300 
300 



700 

300 

20,000 

10,000 

16,000 

12,000 

9,500 

15,000 
15,000 
15,000 
10,500 
15,000 
300 s. NPV 



300 

400 

400 

9 s. 

2,000 

2,000 

1,200 

1,200 

300 



300 

300 

1,200 



DATE 
INCORR 



12/12/36 
4/29/37 
7/25/36 
5/12/38 
4/ 1/38 
5/18/38 
4/22/38 
10/29/37 
1/ 6/38 
8/19/37 
2/18/37 
11/ 6/36 
12/ 2/37 
10/13/36 
2/ 9/38 
3/26/37 

4/ 6/37 
8/ 9/37 
1/22/38 
6/11/37 
3/12/37 
4/ 3/37 
12/ 5/36 
4/22/38 

4/ 9/37 

5/18/37 

9/20/37 
9/ 1/37 
5/31/37 

10/19/36 
5/31/37 

11/12/37 
8/ 3/37 

10/22/37 
4/28/37 
6/ 4/38 
6/ 4/38 

12/28/36 
8/31/37 

10/22/36 
2/ 9/38 
2/24/37 
8/ 3/36 

1/20/38 
3/14/38 
3/28/38 
2/10/38 
9/ 8/37 
4/16/38 
8/20/36 
3/23/38 



Biennial Report 19 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Birton Realty Company 

Biscoe Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc 

Bishop Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Black Mountain Mining Company 

Black River Mutual Burial Asso., Inc- 

Blackie Bear Corporation 

Black's, Inc 

Bladen Furniture Co., Inc 

Blalock-Lamm Company 

Blalock Motor Sales Company 

Bladen Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Blankenship Mutual Burial Asso., Inc. . 

Blizard Motor Express, Inc 

Blowing Rock School of English, Inc., 

Blue Ridge Burial Asso., Inc 

Blue Ridge School for Boys, Inc 

Blume's Hotel Company, Inc 

Board of Missions for Colored People of 
the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. 

of America, Inc., The 

Board of Trade of the City of Lenoir, Inc. 

Boice Supply Company 

Boiling Co., J. R., Inc 

Bond Realty Company 

Boone and Blowing Rock Light and 

Power Company, The 

Boone Furniture Company 

Boone Motor Sales, Inc 

Bost Bakery, Inc 

Bowman & Co., Inc 

Boyer Construction Co., Inc 

Braderman Corp., The 

Bradley's, Inc 

Brady, Pat, Inc 

Braemer Co., Inc 

Branch Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Brantley Motor Company 

Brewer Heating and Engineering Com- 
pany 

Bridges Furniture Company 

Bridges Manufacturing Company 

Broadcasters, Inc 

Broad River Gin Company 

Broad Street Presbyterian Church, Inc. 

Brookford Mills Company 

Brooks and White Funeral Asso., Inc- 

Brotherly Burial Asso., Inc 

Brower Electric Supply Co., Inc 

Brown Derby Billiard Parlor, Inc 

Brown Equipment Company 

Brown Investments, Inc 

Brown Mutual Funeral Asso., Inc 

Brown-Noland Supply Company 

Brown, W. A., & Son, Inc 

Brown, W. M., Construction Company 



Charlotte 

Biscoe 

Belhaven 

Black Mountain 

Garland 

Sanford 

Cherryville 

Bladenboro 

Lucama 

Wadesboro 

Elizabethtown.. 

Pineville 

Mt. Airy 

Blowing Rock... 

Forest City 

Hendersonville_ . 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Lenoir 

Hayesville 

Winston-Salem_ 
High Point 

Shull's Mills-... 

Lenoir 

Boone 

Shelby 

Mount Airy 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Sylva 

Reidsville 

Morehead City. 

Kinston 

Zebulon 

Winston-Salem. 

Charlotte 

Salisbury 

Gastonia 

Harris 

Statesville 

Brookford 

Semora 

Fountain 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

High Point 

Raleigh 

Waynesville 

Salisbury 

Asheville 



Unlim. 
60yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
90 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 jTS. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 



S100,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

Non-stock 

100.000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

20,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

20,000 & 300 

s. com. NPV 

50,000 



Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

50,000 
100,000 
25,000 
90,000 
20.000 
25,000 
50,000 
5,000 
40,000 
30,000 
Non-stock 
50,000 

100,000 
100,000 
100,000 
15,000 
20,000 
Non-stock 

3 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

150,000 

10,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

100,000 

25,000 



300 
15,000 

300 

300 

5.000 

2,000 

1,250 

38,200 



12,000 



20,000 & 300 

s. com. 

500 



300 
300 
300 

5,000 

2,000 

5,400 

1,000 

300 

300 

300 

2,000 

300 

30,000 

300 

2.000 

50,000 

400 

300 

3,300 



300 
300 
300 
300 

7,000 

100,000 

1,300 



3/15/37 

12/30/37 
1/15/38 

12/20/37 
3/17/38 
6/30/38 

10/24/36 
7/19/37 

12/22/37 
9/13/37 
1/ 3/38 
2/23/38 
2/15/38 
9/16/36 
7/17/36 

1/ 6/37 
1/19/37 



4/14/37 
5/26/37 
10/11/37 
9/18/36 
6/15/38 

4/ 5/38 
9/15/36 

11/23/36 
3/17/38 
3/24/37 
3/17/37 
1/19/38 
8/26/36 
4/28/37 

10/14/36 
3/22/38 
1/29/38 

1/26/37 
2/27/37 
3/23/37 
4/14/37 
7/26/37 
6/27/38 
6/ 1/37 
6/ 7/37 
7/27/37 
3/ 2/38 
6/23/37 
7/28/37 
12/23/36 
3/22/38 
9/27/37 
6/19/37 
1/ 8/37 



20 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 

EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Brownell-Dunn Mutual Funeral Asso- 
ciation, Inc 

Brownlee-Johnson Lumber Company 

Bruton's Dry Cleaners, Inc 

Bryan Flying Service, Inc 

Bryant Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Buckanan's Service, Inc 

Buie's Creek Development Company. __ 
Building Insulators & Sales Corporation 
Buncombe County Mutual Soil Conser- 
vation Association, Inc 

Burchette and Huff Mutual Burial 

Asso., Inc 

Burke Upholstering Company 

Burleson Motor Company 

Burlington Credit Co., Inc 

Burlington Farm Women's Mutual 

Home Demonstration Market 

Burlington Jewelers' ,Inc 

Burlington Journal, Inc., The 

Burlington Truckers, Inc. -. 

Burrus Clinic, Inc 

Burwell Motors, Inc 

Butchers Club. Inc 

Butler Feldspar Co., Inc 

Butts Mutual Burial Association, Inc. . _ 



C. B. Drug Sales Co 

C & M Distributors, Inc 

C. & W. Motor Company, Inc.. 

Cable, R. A., Hosiery Mill, Inc 

Caldwell County Electric Membership 

Corp 

Caldwell Mutual Corp 

Callum Manufacturing Co 

Calvert Method School, Inc 

Camden-Currituck Mutual Livestock 

Asso 

Campen-Henderson Company 

Camel City Cab Incorporated 

Camel City Winery & Beverage Co 

Campbell Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Candor Peach Growers Association, Inc. 

Cape Fear Brick Co 

Capital-Coast Express Company 

Capitol Broadcasting Co 

Capps Gold Mine, Inc 

Cardinal Lumber Company, The 

Carolina Auto Co., Inc 

Carolina Baseball League, Inc 

Carolina Beach Play Grounds, Inc 

Carolina Biological Supply Co., Inc 

Carolina Mutual Burial Association of 

Louisburg, Inc ._ .- 

Carolina Chemical Co 

Carolina Club Gardens, Inc 



Asheville 

Charlotte 

Asheboro 

Durham 

Franklin 

Raleigh 

Buie's Creek. 
Charlotte 



Asheville. 



East Bend.. 
Morganton. 

Newland 

Burlington. 



Burlington.. 

Asheboro 

Burlington. 
Burlington.. 
High Point.. 

Charlotte 

Fayetteville. 
Spruce Pine. 
Apex 



Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Robersonville. 
Burlington 



Lenoir 

Lenoir 

Greensboro. 
Durham 



Currituck 

Wendell 

Winston-Salem.. 

Walkertown 

Mocks ville 

Candor 

Elizabethtown.. 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Cherry ville 

Rockingham 

Charlotte 

Carolina Beach. 
Elon College 



Louisburg. 

Ayden 

Henderson. 



99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

100 yrs. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 >Ts. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
30 >Ts. 
60 yrs. 

Perpet'l 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
60 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 



Non-stock 

$100,000 
10,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
25,000 

Non-stock 
1000 s. 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
10,000 
10,000 
25,000 

25,000 

500 s. NPV 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 
25,000 
25,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
15,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

950 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

5,000 

50,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

50,000 

100 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

50,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
25,000 



1,000 

300 

75 

300 

3 s. 



1,500 
300 
300 

25 

100 s. NPV 

300 

1,100 

300 

500 



300 

300 

4,500 

300 



50 
500 



5 

15,100 

325 

1,500 

300 

5,000 

300 s. NPV 

400 

300 

7,500 

300 

3 s. NPV 

18,000 



2,500 
300 



2/16/38 
4/25/38 
1/20/37 
11/ 5/36 
1/19/38 
6/10/37 
9/29/37 
2/25/38 

5/29/37 

3/10/38 
4/28/37 
7/22/36 
7/13/37 

6/21/38 
3/ 3/38 
1/ 8/37 
3/22/38 
7/21/36 
8/25/36 
2/19/37 
2/10/37 
3/10/38 

11/30/36 

5/ 8/37 
2/ 7/38 
1/30/37 

9/17/36 
1/12/37 
8/12/36 
6/ 9/38 

8/25/37 
6/29/38 
4/29/38 
11/14/36 
10/11/37 
7/ 7/36 
6/15/37 
3/ 4/38 
3/19/37 
7/22/36 
6/30/38 
7/10/36 
4/ 2/37 
7/ 3/36 
3/15/38 

2/23/38 
2/27/37 
5/17/37 



Biennial Report 21 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Carolina Coal Company 

Carolina Cold Storage Corp 

Carolina Cooler Corp 

Carolina Cotton and Export Company . . 

Carolina Department Store, Inc 

Carolina Development Co. of Thomas- 

\\[\e, Inc 

Carolina Diesel Sales Company 

Carolina Distributors, Inc 

Carolina Exploration Company 

Carolina Flooring Co 

Carolina Florists, Inc 

Carolina Freight Carriers Corp 

Carolina Fuel & Transportation Corp.._ 

Carolina Furniture Co., Inc 

Carolina Furniture Co. of Oxford, Inc.__ 

Carolina Granite Co., Inc 

Carolina Home Furniture Co 

Carolina Houdaille Company, Inc 

Carolina Insulating and Distributing 

Co., Inc 

Carolina Investment and Realty Co 

Carolina Machinery & Supply Co., Inc.. 

Carolina Mill Fabrics Corp 

Carolina Mirror Corp 

Carolina Motors, Inc 

Carolina Musical Supply Co., Inc., The. 
Carolina Mutual Automobile Asso., Inc. 

Carohna Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Carolina Oil Heating Co., Inc 

Carolina Package Sales Corp 

Carolina Playhouses, Inc 

Carolina Pines Golf Club, Inc 

Carolina Radio and Television System, 

Inc 

Carolina Sales & Realty Company 

Carolina Sign Co 

Carolina Spring Corp 

Carolina Tire Co... 

Carolina Transport Co., Inc 

Carolina- Virginia Amusement Corp 

Carolina-Western Oil Co., Inc _.. 

Carolinas Cotton Warehouse Asso., Inc. 

Carolinas Distributing Corp 

Carolinas Radio, Inc 

Carpenter Bros. Mutual B\irial Asso., 

Inc 

Carter Fabrics Corp _. 

Carter Hardware Company 

Cart€ret Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Carver Realty and Insurance Co 

Cash Hardware, Inc., The 

Castevens Motor Co 

Catawba County Mutual Burial 

Asso., Inc 



Fayetteville 

Greenville 

Taylorsville 

Charlotte 

Tabor City 

Thomasville 

Henderson 

Rockingham 

Gastonia 

New Bridge 

Raleigh 

Cherryvjlle 

Sanford 

Rockingham 

Oxford 

Greensboro _. 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 

Charlotte 

North Wilkesboro. . 

Elizabeth City 

Durham 

Lumberton 

Beaufort 

Ahoskie 

Wilmington 

Ayden 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Goldsboro 

Charlotte 

High Point 

Spruce Pine 

Henderson 

Elizabeth City 

Jacksonville 

Charlotte 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Cherryville 

Greensboro 

Draper... 

Newport 

Durham 

Thomasville 

Sparta 

Newton 



99 >TS. 
50 yTs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

L'nlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 

60 jTS. 
60 yrs. 
50 jTS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 JTS. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 JTS. 
50 yrs. 
100 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 JTS. 
Unlim. 
40 yrs. 

99 JTS. 



$ 50,000 
25,000 
100,000 
50,000 
20,000 

75,000 

50,000 

25,000 

20,000 

SOOs.NPVeom 

?20,000 Pref. 

100,000 

100,000 

500,000 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
250s.&S50,000 
25,000 

200 s. NPV 
10,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
25,000 
25,000 
35,000 

100,000 
25,000 
50,000 

100,000 
20,000 
25,000 
50,000 

200,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 s. 

10,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

35,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 



$ 300 

300 

7,500 
300 

5,000 

3,000 

30 

300 

150 

5 s. com. NPV 

10,000 

2,100 

1,010 

1,100 

300 

300 

150 

400 

300 

800 

8,000 

300 

30 s. 

15,000 

7 B. NPV 

500 

300 
250 
300 
350 

300 

1,000 

100 

300 

300 

300 

1,500 

3,000 

300 
500 



3 s. 
300 

150 

300 

10,000 



5/24/37 
5/28/37 
1/17/38 
4/12/37 
7/ 9/36 

3/ 1/37 
5/26/38 
11/18/36 
5/31/38 

12/14/36 
1/ 6/38 
2/25/37 
5/21/37 
2/18/37 
5/19/38 
9/26/38 
1/21/37 
9/27/37 

10/ 2/36 
6/ 3/37 
5/12/38 
2/ 1/38 

11/16/36 
9/14/36 
6/21/38 
7/ 9/37 
1/31/38 
1/21/37 
1/25/37 
7/15/36 

11/ 4/36 

5/12/37 
6/ 2/37 
8/15/36 

10/ 9/36 
8/11/36 
2/ 9/37 
4/30/37 
6/25/37 

10/ 7/37 
9/ 8/37 

10/12/36 

2/15/38 
1/ 5/37 
6/10/37 
3/25/38 
3/ 4/37 
6/27/38 
9/11/36 

3/28/38 



22 Department Of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Catawba General Hospital, Ine 

Cavin Funeral Home, Inc., The 

Cedar Grove Church, Inc 

Celo Manufacturing Co., Inc. 

Central Bargain House, Inc 

Central Bonding Corp 

Central Burial Asso., Inc.. 

Central Coach Lines, Inc 

Central Presbyterian Church. Inc 

Century Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Champion Storage and Trucking Com- 
pany, Inc 

Chapel Hill Church, Inc 

Chapel Hill Mutual Distributors, Inc... 
Chapel Hill Plumbing and Heating 

Company 

Charlotte Association of Life Under- 
writers, Inc 

Charlotte Baseball and Amusement 

Company 

Charlotte Dental Laboratory, Inc 

Charlotte Liunber Corporation. 

Charlotte Lumber and Manufacturing 

Company 

Charlotte Nehi Bottling Company, Inc. 

Charlotte Produce Company 

Charlotte Rental Company 

Charlotte Rescue Mission, Inc 

Charlotte Rotary Club Student Loan 

Fund, Inc 

Charlotte Service Company, Inc 

Charlotte Wholesale Corporation. 

Charlotte Workshop For the Blind, 

Inc., The 

Chatham Industries, Inc 

Chelsea Realty Company 

Chestnut Hills, Inc . 

Childress Trucking Company 

Childs Drug Company, Inc 

Chipman, Inc 

Chipman Athletic Association, Inc 

Chozen Confections, Inc 

Christian Aid Mutual Burial Associ- 
ation, Inc 

Church of the Firstborn, As It Was in 

the Beginning, Inc., The 

Church Street Corporation, The 

Circle Chair Company 

Citizens Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Citizens Mutual Burial Association of 

Rocky Mount, N. C 

City Bus Service, Inc 

City Cab Inc 

City Coach Company... 

City Cut-Rate, Inc 



Newton 

Mooresville 

Concord 

Asheville 

Kannapolis 

Lincolnton 

Carthage 

Raleigh 

Whiteville 

Burlington 

Greensboro 

Laurinburg 

Chapel HilL___ 

Chapel Hill... . 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

SilerCity 

Charlotte 

Gerton 

Taylors ville 

Lincolnton 

East Flat Rock 
East Flat Rock 
Charlotte. 

Fremont 

High Point 

Tarboro 

Troy 

Fayetteville 

Rocky Mount.. 

Wilson 

Lenoir 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 



Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

20 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
10 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



500 s. Comm. 

500 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

50 s. NPV 

$ 50,000 

20,000 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

80,000 

40,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

20,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 
25,000 
50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

1000 s. NPV 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

20,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

100,000 

10,000 

20,000 

25, coo 

1000 NPV 

Non-stock 

1000 s. 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

25,000 

50,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 



50 8. NPV 
50 s. NPV 

8 s. NPV 

$ 1,750 

300 

3 s. NPV 

1,200 

300 



5,200 



300 
1,000 
4,800 

300 

300 

3 s. NPV 

34 s. NPV 



3 s. NPV 
300 



1,000 
300 
300 

1,000 

300 

100 s. NPV 

$.300&3s.NPV 



6 s. NPV 
300 



1,000 

8,200 

200 s. 

300 



2/19/38 
3/ 5/38 
12/30/37 
8/ 8/36 
1/13/37 
9/ 3/36 
6/10/37 
6/18/37 
6/28/38 
9/14/37 

12/ 4/37 
3/ 3/38 
5/20/37 

12/31/36 

7/22/37 

3/16/37 
2/16/38 
5/26/38 

6/23/37 
12/17/36 

9/27/37 
12/31/36 

2/12/38 

4/25/38 
12/24/36 
3/14/38 

4/ 6/38 
12/10/37 
4/28/38 
9/ 1/36 
8/31/36 
8/14/36 
1/23/37 
4/15/38 
3/26/38 

3/22/38 

12/15/37 

7/ 8/37 
1/20/38 
8/ 2/37 

3/23/38 
3/13/37 

10/ 7/37 
8/ 7/36 
2/16/38 



Biennial Report 23 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



City Ice & Fuel Company of Biscoe, 

N. C, Inc., The 

City Pharmacy, Inc 

City Radio and Appliance Company 

Clapp-TrolHnger-Kirkpatrick Furnittire 

Company, The 

Clark Knitting Mills, Inc 

Clay County Wood Company 

Claymore Plantations, Inc 

Ciaywell-Bowers Mutual Burial Asso- 

ation, Inc .-. 

Clegg Motors, Inc 

Cleveland County Mutual Burial Asso- 
ciation, Inc 

Cleveland Lumber Company 

Coastal Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Cobb, James 0., and Company 

Coble, R. A., Hardware Company 

Cofield Mutual Livestock Association, 

Inc 

Coharie Mills, Inc 

Cohen's, Inc 

Colonial Furniture Shops, Inc __ 

Colored Unity Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Columbus County Hospital, Inc 

Columbus Farmers Cooperative Ex- 
change Service, Inc 

Columbus Livestock Mutual 

Columbus Trading Company 

Commercial Building Corporation 

Commercial Delivery Service, Inc 

Commercial Real Estate and Investment 

Company 

Commercial Refrigeration Company, Inc. 

Community Chest of Raleigh, Inc 

Community Films, Inc 

Community Holiness Church, Inc., The. 

Community Medical Care, Inc 

Community Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Concord Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Con-Nell Corporation 

Connor & Walters Company 

Constructors Supply Company, Inc 

Conrad & Martin, Inc 

Consolidated Engineering & Construc- 
tion Company, Inc 

Continental Electric Corporation 

Continental Waste Company, Inc 

Converse Land Company 

Conway Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Cooleemee Baseball Club, Inc 

Coplon Smith Company. 

Costner and Daniel, Inc 

Cottage Bakery, Inc., The. 



Biscoe . . 
Newton. 
Hickory. 



Burlington 

Rutherfordton. 

Andrews 

Pineview 



Morganton _ 
Greensboro. 



Kings Mountain. 

Shelby 

Burgaw 

Durham 

Burlington 



Winton 

Roseboro 

Forest City 

Winston-Salem. 



Mt. Olive. 
Whiteville. 



Unlim. 
UnlLm. 
Unlim. 

UnlLm. 
60 >Ts. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 }Ts. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
50 >TS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

Lincolnton.. Unlim. 

Winston-Salem 99 yrs. 



Whiteville.. 
Whiteville.. 
Chadbourn. 
Greensboro. 
Asheville 



Gastonia. 
Raleigh... 
Raleigh.. 
Charlotte. 
Charlotte. 
Raleigh.. 



Dunn 

Concord... 
Charlotte.. 
Charlotte.. 
Durham... 
Lexington. 



Mount Airy. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Conway 

Cooleemee... 
New Bern 



$ 15,000 
25,000 
100,000 

30,000 

5,000 

20,000 

400 s. NPV 

Non-stock 
25,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

250,000 

900 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

50,000 

999 

50,000 

56,650 

200 s. NPV 

100,000 

7,500 

Non-stock 

10,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 

10,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

50,000 
100,000 

25,000 

10,000 
Non-stock 

10,000 
100,000 
100,000 

25,000 



3,000 

3,600 

400 

4,000 

500 

2,000 

3 s. NPV 



4,000 

300 
300 

74 

1,500 

5,000 

400 



60 

5 

300 

300 

3 s. NPV 

300 
6,000 

400 

1,500 



300 

300 

3 s. NPV 

5,100 



7/ 8/37 
8/18/36 
1/ 3/38 

8/ 7/36 
9/26/36 
6/ 9/37 
1/13/37 

5/ 7/38 
6/30/37 

4/22/38 
1/19/37 
3/28/38 
2/ 6/37 

12/27/37 

4/13/38 
7/21/37 
9/14/37 
6/14/37 

2/17/38 
8/20/37 

12/11/37 
11/ 8/37 
11/ 9/36 
10/29/36 
11/19/37 

5/21/38 
4/27/38 
4/13/37 
2/16/37 
2/ 1/38 
4/27/38 

2/19/38 
4/ 1/38 
4/ 4/38 
2/ 3/37 
1/12/38 
1/27/38 



6,100 


9/ 3/36 


300 


7/14/37 


300 


6/16/37 


30 


9/25/37 




2/22/38 


100 


4/ 6/37 


50,000 


7/20/37 


300 


10/ 7/36 


1,500 


3/ 5/38 



24 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



Country Club Properties, Ine 

Courier-Journal Publishing Company.. 

Courier Publishing Company, The 

Coyle-Gillison Operating Company 

Cox, L. P., Company 

Cox Mutual Funeral Association, Ine.. 

Cox Vending Machine Co 

Crabtree Mining Corporation 

Craig Department Store, Inc 

Craig and Jennings, Inc 

Credit Men's Asso. of the Carolinas, 

Inc., The 

CreechMotorcycleCompany 

Cribb, T. H. & Company, Ine 

Croker-Thompson Dunbrik Company... 
Croom, John F., and Brother Company. 

Crosland, John, Company 

Crouse Implement Company 

Crown Beverage Corporation 

Crown Converting Company 

Crow's Mutual Burial Asso., Inc _. 

Crumpler & Honeycutt Mutual Funeral 

Association, Inc 

Crutchfield's, Inc 

Cupboard, Inc., The 

Curlee's, Inc 

Currie Fertilizer Company 

Curtis Electric Company 

Curtis Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 



ADDRESS 



Dail Trucking Co., Inc 

Dailey, J. W., Realty Company 

Dalton Paper Company, Inc 

Dana Farmers Co-operative Association 

Daniels, M. L., Oil Co., Inc., The 

Daniel's Mutual Burial Asso., Ine 

Daton Sales Corporation 

Davenport Chevrolet Company, Inc 

Davidson Realty and Insurance Com- 
pany of Thomasvillc, Inc 

Davidson-Randolph Mutual Burial 

Asso., Inc.- 

Davis Electric Company 

Davis Hospital and Training School for 

Nurses, Inc 

Davis Pharmacy, Inc 

Davis-Sinnickson-Smith Lumber Com- 
pany 

Davis Supply Company, Inc., The 

Davidson Wholesale Company 

Deal, R. L., Construction Company 

Dean and Silliman, Inc 

Deep River Amusement Co., Inc 

Delk's 5, 10 & 25c Stores, Incorporated. 

DeLuxe Bus Line, Inc 

De Luxe Diner of Raleigh, Inc 



Kinston 

Raleigh 

Asheboro 

Carthage 

Sanford 

Pilot Mountain. 

Salisbury 

Spruce Pine 

Mebane 

Lenoir 



Charlotte... 
Charlotte... 
Tabor City. 
Charlotte.. _ 
Magnolia... 
Charlotte... 
Lexington.. 
Charlotte.. _ 
Lincolnton.. 
Lawndale... 



Clinton 

Greensboro . 

Charlotte 

Greensboro. 
Fayette ville. 
High Point.. 
Mebane 



Mount Olive... 

Wilson 

Forest City 

Dana. 

Manteo 

Maxton 

Winston-Salem. 
Rockingham 



Thomasville. 



Denton 

Greensboro. 



States ville. 
New Bern. 



Jacksonville. 

Farm ville 

Thomas ville. 
High Point.. 

Charlotte 

Asheboro 

Moores ville.. 
High Point.. 
Raleigh 



PERIOD 

EXIST. 



Unlim. 
40 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
LTnlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Uniim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
25 >TS. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Imlim. 
60 yrs. 

I^nlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
50 yrs. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



300 s. NPV 

$ 25,000 

100,000 

300 

50,000 

Non-stock 

1,000 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

100 s. NPV 

25,000 

100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

.500 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 

400 s. NPV 
5,000 

500 s. NPV 

Non-stock 
45,000 

Non-stock 
.50,000 
20,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

Non-stock 
6,000 

125,000 
100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

25,000 

.50,000 

50,250 
1000 s. NPV 

50,000 



Subscd. 



51 s. NPV 

$ 30 

3,. 500 

300 

300 

1,000 

1,400 

700 

10,000 



100 s. NPV 

l,.5O0 

300 

6,000 

300 

4,000 

300 

3 s. NPV 



300 
300 
300 
300 
300 



22 s. NPV 

300 

6 s. NPV 

4,500 

300 
300 

800 



6,000 

12,100 

10,000 

25,000 

300 

5,000 

75 

1,150 

1.50 s. 

300 



DATE 
INCORP. 



12/ 4/37 
5/ 5/37 
3/17/38 
6/ 7/38 
3/11/38 
3/14/38 

12/ 9/.36 
7/ 3/37 
4/15/37 

10/29/37 

10/ 2/36 
10/12/37 
9/14/36 

12/ 2/37 
2/23/38 
3/30/37 
3/ 5/38 
8/27/37 
3/16/.38 
2/23/38 

2/ 1/38 
9/11/36 
2/23/38 
10/ 3/36 
11/ 9/36 
2/ 3/37 
7/19/37 

2/ 8/37 
2/22/37 
12/ 8/36 
1/28/37 
4/ 6/37 
3/28/38 
8/26/36 
8/12/37 

7/ 2/37 

1/18/38 
3/ 7/38 

4/15/37 
3/17/37 

8/ 3/37 
12/10/36 
12/10/36 
11/27/36 
1/ 5/37 
3/10/38 
3/30/38 
7/11/36 
11/18/36 



Biennial Report 25 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Dermid Hardware Company 

DeWitt Motor Company 

Diamond Ice Company, Inc 

Dickinson Chevrolet Company 

Dickson's, Incorporated 

Die! Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Dixie Candy Co., Inc 

Dixie Dairy Cooperative, Inc 

Dixie Dairies of Hickory, Inc 

Dixie Fishing Pole Co., Inc., The 

Dixie Furniture Co., Inc 

Dixie Gin Company 

Dixie-Lina Dairies, Inc., The 

Dixie Metal & Roofing Company, Inc.. 

Dixie Mill Co., Inc 

Dixie News Company 

Dixie Queen Mine, Inc 

Dixie Sales Corporation 

Dock's Taxi Service, Inc 

Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Greensboro, 

Inc 

Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Laurinburg, 

Inc 

Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Raleigh, Inc. 
Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Roanoke 

Rapids, Incorporated 

Dodd Manufacturing Co 

Dora Yarn Mill Company 

Dortona, Inc 

Double-Cola Bottling Co. of Durham, 

N. C, Inc., The 

Double-Cola Bottling Co. of Winston- 
Salem, N. C 

Downtown Club of Asheville. Inc 

Draddy, D. Plastering Co 

Draper Development Corp 

Draper Dry Goods Company 

Drum, E. F., Burial Asso., Inc 

Duncan Motor Company, The 

Dunlap Company, The 

Dunn Auto Sales, Inc 

Dunn Farms. Inc 

Dimn-Groce Funeral Finance Company 

Dunn Hospital, Inc 

Dunn, W. L., and Sons, Inc 

Duplin County Cemetery Asso., Inc 

Duplin Sampson Mutual Livestock 

Ass'n., Inc 

Duplin Warehouse Company 

Durant-Hart Motor Company 

Durfey , Cary K., Company 

Durham-Carolina Funeral Home, Inc.. 
Durham County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Durham Exhibition Company 

Durham Kiwanis Club, Inc 



Henderson ville. . 

Charlotte 

Vandemere 

Thomasville 

Raleigh 

Morehead City.. 

Charlotte 

Morehead City.. 

Hickory 

Concord 

Lexington 

Mt. Pleasant 

Greensboro 

Fayetteville 

Albemarle 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

Hickory 

Winston-Salem. . 

Laurinburg 

Raleigh 

Roanoke Rapids 

Wilson 

Cherry\-ille 

Shelby 

Durham 

Winston-Salem.. 

Ashe\ille 

Charlotte 

Draper 

Draper 

Lincolnton 

West Jefferson . . 

Pinehurst 

Dunn 

Tarboro 

.^shcNnlle 

Dunn 

Pinetops 

Kenans ville 

Kenansville 

Wallace 

Snow Hill 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 



Unlim. 
UnlLm. 
L'nlLm. 
UnlLm. 
60 jTs. 
99yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
L-nlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

L'nlim. 

Unlim. 
60 JTS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 >TS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
75 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 JTS. 



200 s. NPV 

S 50,000 

150,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

2500 s. NPV 

25,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

100,000 

10,000 

1000 s. 

50,000 

100,000 

25,000 
100,000 

75,000 

200 s. NPV 

150.000 

50,000 

8,500 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

50,000 

15,000 

15,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 

Non-stock 

995 
10,000 
25,000 
25,000 
10,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

Non-stock 



20 s. NPV 

I 10,000 

300 

150 

300 

1,500 

1,500 

400 

5 , .550 

2053 s. NPV 

500 

300 

100 

20,000 

300 

30 

21s. 

2^500 

300 

2,000 
300 

10,000 

20 s. NPV 

3,000 

2,100 

8,500 

3 s. 

300 
300 
300 

7,500 

500 

12,000 

300 



300 



5 
,700 
500 
550 
300 



300 



9/ 3/36 
7/23/36 
7/ 2/36 
4/ 5/37 
5/12/38 
3/10/38 

10/19/36 
5/ 3/38 
3/16/37 
8/18/36 
9/29/36 
4/26/37 
5/17/37 
4/ 8/37 
2/ 5/37 
2/12/38 
5/14/37 

12/20/37 
7/10/37 

5/ 5/38 

7/26/37 
2/ 1/38 

7/21/36 
2/21/38 
1/ 5/38 
7/19/37 

5/13/38 

5/ 9/38 
4/14/38 
3/23/37 

10/19/36 
7/ 6/37 
9/27/37 
5/14/38 
5/16/38 

11/14/36 
3/ 1/37 
7/ 9/37 

10/28/37 
1/22/38 
5/ 5/38 

4/21/38 
7/ 4/37 
6/10/38 
10/16/37 
6/13/38 

11/ 5/36 
3/30/37 
6/29/38 



26 Department Of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Durham Mattress Company 

Durham Nursery School Asso., Inc 

Durham Overall Company 

Durham Plumbing & Heating Con- 
tractors Association, Inc -- 

Durham Publishers, Inc 

E & S Grocery Company 

East Carolina Mutual Burial Asso., Inc. 

East Carolina Warehouse Asso., Inc 

East Coast Engineering and Equipment 

Co.. 

Eastern Air Schools, Inc 

Eastern CarolinaBroadcasting Company 

Eastern Carol ina Corporation 

Eastern Electric Supply Co 

Eastern Wire Corporation of N. C, Inc.. 

Echo Park, Inc 

Economy Auto Supply of Reidsville, Inc. 

Economy Drug Company, Inc.. 

Edge Mercantile and Investment Corp.. 

Edgecombe Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Elam Drug Company 

Electric Sales, Inc 

Elizabeth City Motors, Inc 

Elizabeth's Indian Creek Cottons, Inc... 

Ellis-Mears Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Elm City Fertilizer & Supply Co., Inc.. 

Elmore Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Elrod Lumber Mfg. Co _-_ 

Enfield Fire Department, Inc 

Engineers, 105th, Club, Inc 

English Motor Company, Inc 

English Woods. Inc 

Enquirer Publishing Co., Inc., The 

Enterprise Hardware Company 

Ewalco, Inc 

Epp Mining Corporation 

Eptings, Inc 

Ershler's, Inc 

Esquire Club, Inc., The 

Essex Mines, Inc 

Esther Mill Company 

Eureka Building Corp 

Eureka Stokers, Inc 

Evans Book & Stationery Company 

Everett Bryant Sales Corp 

Everett's Lake Fishing Club, Inc 

Excella Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Exchange Club of Raleigh, N. C, Inc., 

The 

Exchange Realty Company 



Durham 

Durham 

Angier 

Durham 

Durham 

Lumberton 

New Bern 

Wilson 

Rocky Mount. 
Hamlet 

Goldsboro 

Fayetteville... 
Rocky Mount- 
High Point..- 
Blowing Rock. 

Reidsville 

Hendersonville 

Burnsville 

Rocky Mount. 

Greensboro 

Smithfield 

Elizabeth City 

Lincolnton 

Whiteville 

Elm City 

Bryson City. . 

Charlotte 

Enfield 

Charlotte 

High Point... 

Newland 

Monroe 

Hamlet 

Rockingham.. 

Eldorado 

Charlotte 

High Point... 

Greensboro 

Asheboro 

Shelby 

Greensboro 

Lincolnton 

Laurinburg 

High Point... 

Charlotte 

Stanfield 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 



S 300 
Non-stock 
10,000 

Non-stock 
10,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

100,000 

25,000 

25,000 

1000 s. NPV 

15,000 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

25,000 

25,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

10,000 

100,000 

148 s. 

100,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

4000 s. 

100,000 

25,000 

15,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 



300 



1,000 



300 



300 

20,000 

300 

15,000 

3 s. NPV 

300 

300 

2,900 

300 

300 

500 

300 

300 

300 

75 

300 



400 
300 
400 

3,500 
300 
98 s. 

4,000 
300 

300 

240 s. 

3 

900 

700 

150 s. NPV 

10,000 



300 



Biennial Report 27 

TABLE A,— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Fair Price Food Store, Inc 

Fairchild Realty Company 

Fairfield Mutual Telephone Co 

Fallston Mutual Burial Asso., Ine 

Family Service Society of Raleigh, Inc.. . 
Farm Implement and Hardware Co., 

Inc., The 

Farmers Cooperative Dairy, Inc 

Farmers Co-operative Exchange Chick 

and Egg Marketing Service, Inc 

Farmers Cooperative Exchange Fruit & 

Vegetable Service, Inc 

Farmers Cooperative Exchange Poultry 

Service, Inc 

Farmers Cooperative Exchange Seed 

Service, Incorporated 

Farmers Hardware Co. of Forest City, 

Inc 

Farmers Livestock Exchange, Inc 

Farmers Supply Company of Dunn, Inc._ 

Farmers Supply &GinCo 

Farmers Supply & Live Stock Co 

Farmers Supply Stores, Inc 

Farmers Warehouse of Roanoke Rapids, 

Inc 

Farmville Laundry and Cleaners, Inc. 
FarmvilleMutual Burial Asso., Inc.T he 

Farris Department Store, Inc., The 

Fayetteville Enterprise, Inc 

Fayetteville Knitting Mills, Inc 

Fayetteville Livestock Mutual 

Fayetteville Raleigh Corporation 

Federal Furniture Company, Inc 

Fidelity-National Securities Co., Inc 

Field-Millner Motors, Inc 

Fireside Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

First National Realty & Investment Co.. 

Florence-Mayo Neway Company 

Flythe Insurance Agency, Inc.. 

Folger Buick Co., Inc 

Folger, Lee A., Inc 

Fogleman-Jefferies Corporation, The 

Ford & Douglas Mutual Burial Asso. of 

Gastonia, N. C.Inc 

Forest Hills Development Company 

Forsyth & Watkins Mutual Burial Asso., 

Inc 

Four County Electric Membership Corp. 

Fowler & Harrelson, Inc 

Fowler, R. D., Motor Lines, Inc 

Francis- Louise Full Fashion Mills, Inc.._ 

"^ranklin County Electric Membership 

Corp 



Winston-Salem. 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Fallston 

Raleigh 



Laurinburg 

Winston-Salem. 



Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Greensboro . 
Statesville.. 



Forest City. 
Charlotte... 

Dunn 

NashN-ille... 
Wilkesboro. 
Laurinburg. 



Roanoke Rapids. 
Farm vi lie 



Farm vi lie 

Wilson 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Raleigh 

Elkin 

Winston-Salem. 

High Point 

Durham 

Raleigh 

Snow Hill 

High Point 

Greenville 

Charlotte 

Burhngton 



Gastonia 

Wilmington. 



Andrews 

Kerr 

Tabor City. 
High Point. 
Valdese 



Unlim. 
99yrs. 
60 jTS. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
50 yrs. 

50 yrs. 

50 yrs. 

50 JTS. 

50 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 JTS. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

5 JTS. 

99 JTS. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



$ 50,000 

1000 s. NPV 

1,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 
100,000 

50,000 

.50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 
8,000 
500 
50,000 
50,000 
40,000 

100,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

10,000 

100,000 

999 

50 s. NPV 

100,000 

50,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

500 s. NPV 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

77,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

100,000 

150,000 



Louisburg Perpet'l | Non-stock 



300 

3 s. NPV 

250 



300 
1,000 

70 

60 

60 

60 

30,000 
300 
500 
300 
600 
300 

300 
7,500 

12,000 

4,000 

300 

7 

3 s. NPV 
30,100 

500 
300 

300 

4 s. NPV 
150 s. NPV 

300 
300 
300 

500 



12,000 

300 

3,000 



7/ 1/37 
1/10/38 
11/23/37 
1/28/38 
8/25/37 

5/ 8/37 
1/ 6/38 

2/ 1/38 

1/13/37 

1/13/37 

1/13/37 

5/19/38 
7/27/37 
1/24/38 
1/22/37 
8/31/36 
2/10/37 

12/27/37 
2/ 1/37 
2/22/38 
6/ 2/37 

10/12/36 
2/16/38 
9/ 1/37 
3/ 9/37 
3/25/38 
2/ 6/37 
1/21/38 
9/17/37 
6/21/37 
1/ 7/38 

12/ 5/36 
9/15/36 
9/30/37 
6/ 2/37 

5/ 3/38 
6/29/37 

10/26/37 
12/ 3/37 
1/ 2/37 
1/ 8/37 
4/11/38 

9/21/36 



28 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 

EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



Free Gospel Missions, Inc., The 

Fresh Air Taxi, Inc 

Furniture City Motors, Inc 

Fuquay Live Stock Co 

G & C Truck Lines, Inc 

G & W Motors, Inc. 

Gaither Lumber Co 

Galloway Chevrolet Co 

Gamma-Nu Foundation, Inc 

Garren Real Estate & Loan Company. _ 

Garrett Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Gaston County Council Girl Scouts, Inc. 

Gaston County Negro Hospital, Inc 

Gaston County Nutritional Camp, Inc.. 

Gaston County Public Library, Inc 

Gaston Cut-Rate Drug Co 

Gaston Floral Gardens, Inc 

Gastonia Athletic Club, Inc 

Gastonia Business Men's Club, Inc 

Gastonia Enterprises, Inc 

Gastonia Full Fashioned Hosiery Mill, 

Inc 

Gastonia Motor Parts Company 

Gastonia Quarries, Inc 

Gastonia Spinners, Inc 

Gastonia United Oil Co 

Gate City Mattress Co 

General Appliance Co 

General Investment Corp 

General Mines, Inc... 

General Sales Company 

Gentry, R. T., Company, Inc 

Gentry-Williams Hospital, Inc 

Genuine Auto Parts, Inc 

Gilmore Plant and Bulb Co., Inc., The. 
Girl Scout Crabtree Area Camp Com- 
mittee, Inc 

Glenn Hosiery Co 

Glenn Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

Glen Raven Knitting Mills, Inc 

Glenview Electric Membership Corpora- 
tion 

Glorious Church of the Living God, 

Inc., A 

Globe Theatre Corp 

Godwin Motor Lines, Inc 

Goff Motor Lines, Inc 

Goldsboro Chamber of Commerce and 

Merchants Asso., Inc 

Gold Star-Textile Organization of East 

Lumberton 

Good McCurry Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Good Will Mutual Dairies, Inc 

Goodwyn's, Inc 

Goodyear Futchs Electrical Corp 



Wilmington 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Fuquay Springs. 

Apex 

Burlington 

Statesville 

Spruce Pine 

Chapel Hill 

Raleigh 

Waynesville 

Gastonia 

Grastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Dallas 

Gastonia- 

Gastonia 

Charlotte 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Weldon 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Belmont 

SilerCity 

Winston-Salem.. 

Roxboro 

Salisbury 

Julian 

Durham..- 

High Point 

Sylva 

Glen Raven 

Rocky Mount... 

Pinehurst. 

Rose Hill 

Ahoskie 

High Point 

Goldsboro 

East Lumberton 

Sevier. 

Morgan ton 

Durham 

Lumberton 



99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Perpet'l 

Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 



Non-stock 

$ 10,000 

100,000 

50,000 

5,000 

9,000 

10,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

5,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

10,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

100 s. NPV 

200,000 

100,000 
25,000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

100,000 
50,000 

100,000 
50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

Non-stock 
200,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
25,000 
20,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

25,000 

25,000 

10,000 



1,000 
4,500 
10,000 

5,000 

1,000 

850 

300 

1,510 



1,000 
300 
300 

3 s. NPV 

2,500 

300 

4,500 

30 

300 

2,000 

300 

3 s. NPV 

300 

300 

30 

500 

10,000 

300 



300 
400 



1,200 

4,000 

400 



18,500 

1,900 

300 

2,000 



Biennial Report 29 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Goose Creek Gold Mining Corp 

Gordon Crowell Memorial Hospital, Inc. 

Gould-Morris Electric Co 

Government Employees Asso. of N. C, 

Inc 

Grace Coal Co., Inc 

Grace Mutual Burial Association, Inc._. 

Graham Construction Co 

Graham Full Fashion, Inc 

Graham's, Inc 



Grants ville Construction Company 

Granville County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Granville Hospital Association, Inc 

Gray, Gore and Daniels, Inc 

Gray & Thompson Press, Inc., The 

Great North Western Fair Asso., Inc.. 
Greek Orthodox Community of Holy 

Trinity, Incorporated 

Greene, Reed Bottling Co 

Greene Street Realty Company 

Greenland Cafe, Inc 

Greensboro Distributing Co., Inc 

Greensboro Hotel, Inc 

Greensboro Ice and Coal Co 

Greensboro Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce, Inc 

Greensboro Plumbing & Heating Con- 
tractors, Inc 

Greensboro Wholesale Grocery, Inc 

Green's Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Greeson & Neese Mutual Biirial Asso., 

Inc 

Greggs, Inc 

Gregory, H. J., Motor Co . 

Gresham, Inc 

Grey, Hugh, Hosiery Company 

Grier Dry Cleaning and Laundry, Inc.. 

Grier Mills, Inc... 

Griffin Drug Company 

Griffin-Hargett Feed & Seed Co., Inc... 

Griffin-Tharrington Motor Co., Inc 

Grimes-Dillon Auction Company, Inc.. 

Groom-Moore Motor Co 

Gross Mining Corp 

Grovemount Incorporated 

Grove Park School, Inc 

Guaranty Corp., The 

Guaranty Real Estate Co 

Guarantee Title Co., Inc 

Guilford County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 



Matthews.. 
Lincolnton. 
Raleigh 



Raleigh 

Asheville 

Laurinburg 

Winston-Salem. 

Graham 

Rockingham 



Marion. 



Oxford 

Oxford.. 

Gastonia 

Chapel Hill 

North Wilkesboro. 



Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Winston-Salem. 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 



Greensboro . 



Greensboro . . 
Greensboro.. 
Thomasville _ 



Julian 

Charlotte 

Belmont 

Greensboro 

Concord 

Belmont 

North Wilkesboro 

Roanoke Rapids 

Monroe , 

Louisburg 

Lexington 

Gastonia 

Winston-Salem 

Black Mountain 

Asheville 

Charlotte. 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 



60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Greensboro I Unlim. 



400 s. NPV 

$ 50,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

100,000 

100 s. NPV 

Class B & 

$10,000 

10,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

100,000 
45,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
100,000 
50,000 
20,000 
50,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
100,000 

25,000 

50,000 
250,000 

50,000 
100,000 

15,000 

25,000 

20,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 
100,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 



400 s. NPV 

$ 11,000 

300 



J, 000 



300 
400 



3 s. Class B 
3,000 



4,000 

90 

1,000 



300 
300 
300 
1,000 
300 
300 



10/26/36 

8/24/36 

2/24/37 

2/12/38 
2/ 7/38 
1/26/3S 
1/ 9/37 
3/31/38 



7/30/37 
5/19/37 

11/10/36 

2/21/38 
3/26/37 
7/19/37 
5/27/37 

7/10/36 
10/22/36 

9/25/37 
10/26/36 

4/29/37 

2/28/38 
12/29/36 

9/12/36 





5/26/38 


300 


2/24/37 




4/23/38 




3/28/38 


6,120 


12/15/36 


300 


10/ 7/37 


300 


10/ 8/36 


60,000 


11/ 6/37 


300 


10/28/36 


300 


1/14/37 


7,500 


1/23/37 


3,000 


12/17/37 


4,000 


9/16/36 


450 


6/ 4/37 


300 


3/12/37 


300 


9/ 8/37 


300 


7/16/36 




3/ 2/38 


300 


10/29/36 


400 


11/19/36 


300 


5/16/38 



12/29/36 



30 Department Of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



Guilford Memorial Park, Inc 

Guilford Telephone Co 

Gwaltney Oil Corp 

H-C Machinery Company, Inc 

H & H Oil Company, Inc 

H cfe M Che\Tolet Co., Inc 

Hadley Hardware Co 

Haizlip's Mutual Funeral Asso., Inc... 

Hall Putnam Clothing Company 

Halifax County Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Halifax Farmers Supply Co 

Halifax Grocery Company 

Halifax Mining Co 

Halifax Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Hamlet Nehi Bottling Co., Inc 

Hamlet Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Hammock Motor Company _ 

Hancock Service Station, Inc 

Hanes Chair & Novelty Company 

Haney & Lennon, Inc 

Hardiman & Son, Inc 

Harding & Horn, Inc 

Hardison ,Inc 

Hargett-McLaurin Mutual Burial Asso., 

Inc 

Harley Walker Mutual BurialAsso., Inc. 
Harnett Fertilizer and Supply Co., Inc.. . 

Harrell Chevrolet Co. ,Inc 

Harrellsville Lumber Co., Inc 

Harris Bros. Transfer Co 

Harris, James J. , & Company 

Harrison-Kerlee Mutual Burial Asso., 

Inc 

Harry, J. M., and Company 

Harry's Cadillac Company, Inc 

Harts, Inc 

Har-Zig Manufacturing Co., Inc 

Hasty Veneer Company 

Hatcher's Mutual Burial Asso., Inc.__^ 

Hay ne Salvage Company 

Haynsworth Hosiery Mill, Inc 

Haywood County Mutual Soil Conser- 
vation and Land Use Association, Inc. 

Heaton, R. T., Lumber Co. 

Heck Motors, Inc 

Hendrix, B. F., Inc 

Hendricks Grove Supply Co 

Hellenic Orthodox Church of Holy 

Trinity, Incorporated 

Henderson County Mutual Soil Con- 
servation Association, Inc 

Henley, The J. C, Corporation 

Henoca Investment Co., Inc 

Henry Buildings, Inc _ 

Henry Mutual Burial Asso., Inc _. 



ADDRESS 



High Point 

Guilford College.. 
Durham 

Roanoke Rapids.. 

Boone. ._ 

Thomasville 

North Wilkesboro 

High Point 

Greensboro 

Scotland Neck 

Roanoke Rapids.. 
Roanoke Rapids.. 

Raleigh 

Scotland Neck 

Hamlet 

Hamlet. 

Shelby 

Wilmington 

Mocks ville 

Lumberton 

Spencer 

Mocksville 

Wadesboro 

Greensboro 

Mocksville 

Dunn 

Clayton 

Harrellsville 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Swannanoa 

Charlotte 

Asheville 

Hemp 

Winston-Salem... 

Maxton 

Dunn 

Bolton 

Connelly Springs. 

Waynesville 

Andrews 

Wilson 

High Point 

Lexington 

Raleigh 

Hendersonville... 

High Point 

Hendersonville 

Spruce Pine 

Asheville 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
40 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
40 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



$100,000 

6,000 

100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

150,000 

10,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

500 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

15,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 
50,000 
25,000 
25,000 
75,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 
25,000 
50,000 
1000 s. NPV 
Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 
100,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
10,000 
20,000 
400 

Non-stock 



Subscd. 



S 300 

210 
300 

300 

15,000 

400 

6,000 

400 
400 
300 
300 
3 s. NPV 

10 s. NPV 

6,100 

30 

6,100 

6,000 

35,000 

16,000 

20,000 



300 

400 

10,000 

15,300 

6,000 



300 

1,000 

900 

300 

4 s. NPV 

300 
8,000 



40 

2,000 

300 

250 



665 

1,600 

400 



Biennial Report 31 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
IN CORP. 



Herald Press, Inc., The 

Herman-Jarrett Oil Co., Inc 

Hervey Lumber Company, Inc 

Hess, V. H., Inc 

Hickory Fabrics Company 

Hickory Flying Service, Inc 

Hickory Funeral Home Mutual Burial 

Asso., Incorporated — 

Hickory Knitting Mills, Inc 

Hickory Mattress and Furniture Co... 

Hickory Memorial Hospital, Inc 

Hicks Investment Co - 

Highland Crafts, Inc 

Highland Lake Academy, Inc 

High Point Creamery Company 

High Point Farmers Cooperative Ex- 
change Service, Inc 

High Point Motors, Inc 

High Point Post Office Employees Re- 
creation Club, Incorporated 

High Point Spinning Mills, Incorporated 

High Point Steam Laundry, Inc 

High Point Veneer Company 

Highsmith Farm Trading Co 

Highway Equipment and Construction 

Co 

Hillcrest Development Co _. 

Hilltop, Inc., The 

Hines, Bradshaw and Winstead, Inc 

Hinson Motor and Implement Co 

Hoggard-Harriss Company 

Hoke Real Estate Company 

Holloway and Proctor, Inc 

Holmes Roofing Co., Inc 

Holt, D. W., and Company 

Holt Lake Riding Academy, Inc 

Holt Oil Company of Clinton, N. C, Inc. 

Holton's Market. Inc 

Holy Church of God in Christ, Inc., The 

Home Benefit Burial Asso., Inc 

Home Electric Appliances, Inc 

Home Food Market, Inc 

Home Furnishings Dealers of N. C, Inc. . 
Home Modernization and Supply Com- 
pany 

Honey and Holbrook, Inc 

Honeycutt Fruit and Produce Co 

Hood and Hester Mutual Burial Asso., 

Inc 

Hood, N. T., Company. 

Hooker, Stallworth, Buchanan, Inc 

Hoover Hill Mining Co, 

HooverMutualFuneral Asso., Inc., The. 

Hope Housing Company, The 

Hope Valley Mutual Sewerage Disposal 
Association, Inc 



Charlotte.. 
Newton... 

Marion 

Goldsboro. 

Hickory 

Hickory 



Hickory 

Hickory 

Hickory 

Hickory 

Raleigh 

Asheville 

East Flat Rock. 
High Point 



High Point. 
High Point. 

High Point. 
High Point. 
High Point. 
High Point. 
Roseboro... 



Charlotte 

Concord 

Aberdeen 

Rocky Mount- 

Asheville 

Wilmington... 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Fayetteville... 

Asheboro 

Smithfield 

Clinton 

Badin __ 

Eagle Springs. 

Henderson 

Rocky Mount. 

Raeford _ 

Greensboro 



Durham 

Kannapolis. 
Raleigh 



Reidsville. . 
Greenville.. 
Greenville.. 
Asheboro... 
High Point. 
Canton 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

50 yra. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
100 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Perpet'l 

25 yrs. 

Unlim. 

100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

20 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 



Durham Unlim 



$ 50,000 
25,000 
100,000 
1000 s. 
100,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 

150,000 

15,000 

Non-stock 

150,000 

40,000 

500 s. NPV 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 
100,000 

25,000 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

30,000 

30,000 

25,000 

35,000 

100,000 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

10,000 

20,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

5,000 

Non-stock 

300 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

5000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 
50,000 

150 s. NPV 



300 
2,500 
6,000 

300 
3,000 

300 



15,000 
500 

300 

300 

3 s. NPV 

150 s. NPV 

60 
300 

125 

300 

26,400 

300 

5,000 

300 

30,000 

5,000 

3,000 

1,600 

10,500 

300 

550 

300 

1,.500 

1,000 

9,000 

3,000 



300 
5,000 



300 
12,200 
5,000 



5,000 

9,000 

15 s. NPV 

50,000 

5 8. NPV 



7/ 6/36 
8/24/36 
4/ 7/37 
12/15/37 
6/17/38 
8/ 4/36 

3/14/38 
7/19/37 
1/ 6/38 
8/25/36 
5/24/37 
4/15/38 
12/30/36 
9/ 9/37 

12/11/37 
3/12/38 

10/ 3/36 

8/27/36 
8/12/36 
4/28/37 
1/26/37 

9/ 3/37 
7/21/36 

10/25/37 

12/27/37 
4/15/38 

12/ 5/36 
3/ 1/38 
2/10/37 
3/10/37 

10/24/36 
5/ 6/38 
7/ 2/37 
6/ 2/38 
1/ 8/38 
7/ 1/37 
6/ 9/37 
2/23/38 
6/24/37 

6/24/38 
3/26/38 
3/ 9/37 

1/ 4/38 
5/16/38 
3/10/37 
2/18/37 
3/ 7/38 
3/30/38 

6/11/37 



32 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 

EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



Horses Mash Hunting and Fishing Asso. 

and Club, Inc., The 

Hoskins Drug Co 

Hotel Gabriel Johnston, Inc 

House of God, Inc., The 

House Motors, Inc 

House of Wakefield, Inc., The 

Howard, C. W., and Company of Wash- 
ington, Incorporated 

Howell Theaters. Inc., The... ._ 

Howellsville Fishing & Hunting Club, 

Inc 

Hudson Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Huffman Full Fashioned Mills, Inc 

Hughes, J. G., & Sons, Inc 

Hughes Mutual Barial Asso., Inc 

Hunt. J. B., and Sons, Inc 

Hunter Hancock Hatchery, Inc 

Hutchison, F. A., Inc 

Hyway Bulletins, Inc 

Icard Cordage Manufacturing Co _ 

Ice Service, Inc 

Ideal Chemical Co., Inc 

Ideal Cleaners, Inc 

Ideal Homes Corp 

Ideal Motors, Inc 

Ideal Social Club, Inc 

Imperial Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Independent Tobacco Workers of Amer- 
ica, Inc 

Independent Workers Union, Inc 

Inland Warehousing Co. of N. C, Inc., 

The 

Inter-City Corp 

International Hotels Co., Inc 

Interstate Investigation Service, Inc. . . 

Interstate Tobacco Company, Inc 

Iredell County Agricultural Fair, Inc.. 
Isenhour Brick & Tile Company. Inc.. _ 
I vie Mutual Burial Asso.. _ 

J. & H. Motor Lines, Inc 

Jackson County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc.. 

Jackson Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Jayne-King Gold Mines, Inc.. The 

Jefferson Realty Company 

Jernigan Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Jester Bros. Manufacturing Co 

Jewel Box of Fayetteville, Inc., The. . . 

Jewel Shoppe, Inc., The 

Jimmy the Shoe Man, Inc 

Jobe Sand Co 

Joda Sales Corporation 

Johnson-Chandley Lumber Co 



Carthage 

Charlotte 

Smithfield 

Charlotte 

Robersonville.. 
Gulf 

Washington 

Smithfield 

Lumberton 

Durham 

Morgan ton 

Parkton 

Newland 

Raleigh 

Sanford 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Icard 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 

Reidsville 

Raleigh 

Mocks ville 

Durham 

Burlington 

Shelby 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Lumberton 

States ville 

East Spencer.. 
Murphy 

Salisbury 

Sylva 

High Point 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Fayetteville 

Thomasville... 

Fayetteville 

Kannapolis 

Gastonia 

Forest City 

Charlotte 

Asheville. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
25 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
90 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 



Non-stock 

$ 25,000 

40,000 

Non-stock 

30,000 

50,000 

100,000 
40,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 
7500 s. 
50,000 
Non-stock 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 
50,000 

100,000 
30,000 
50,000 
50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

50,000 
1000 s. NPV 

100,000 
1000 s. NPV 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 
Non-stock 

100.000 



Unlim. 


Non-stock 


Unlim. 


100,000 


Unlim. 


50,000 


60 yrs. 


25,000 


Unlim. 


Non-stock 


Unlim. 


100,000 


Unlim. 


25,000 


60 yrs. 


13,500 


Unlim. 


10,000 


Unlim. 


3,000 


Unlim. 


100,000 


Unlim. 


25,000 



300 
1,100 



2,000 
300 



10,000 
300 



500 s. 
400 

1,500 
300 
300 
300 

300 
10,000 
300 
1,000 
300 
400 

300 



300 

3 s. NPV 

300 

3 s. NPV 

300 

30 

2,500 



75,000 
500 
300 

9,000 

4,500 

4,500 

300 

600 

300 

10,000 



Biennial Report 33 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Johnson Cotton Company 

Johnson Cotton Company of Sanford, 
Inc 

Johnson, Curtis B., Benevolent Asso., 
Inc 

Johnson Frame Company, Inc 

Johnson-Matthews Supply Co., Inc 

Johnson Pontiac Company, Inc 

Johnson County Cemetery Association, 

Inc.- 

Johnston County Colored American Le- 
gion Fair Association, Inc 

Johnston County Country Club, Inc 

Johnston Livestock Mutual 

Jonas Trucking Company 

Joines Motor Sales, Inc 

Jones Bakeries, Inc 

Jones, G. F., Company 

Jones-House Motors, Inc 

Jones-Keystone Property Company 

Jones, Paul, Motors, Inc -. 

Jones, W. H., & Company, Inc 

Josephs Electric Company, Inc 

Josey Fertilizer Corporation 

Jourdan Transfer, Inc __ -.. 

Joyland Development Company 

Judd Cox Motors, Inc 

Junior Rhododendron Club of Asheville, 

N. C, Inc., The 

Junior Women's Club, Inc 

K & B Bus Company 

Kaufman Realty Investment & Collect- 
ing Corporation 

Kay & Company 

Kent Cleaners, Inc 

Key City Motor Company 

Key Club, Inc 

Ketner's, Inc 

Khora Ann Delaney Corporation. 

Kibler Beauty Salon, Inc 

Killian Engineering Company 

Kindler, H. W., & Company 

King Chevrolet Company 

King-Wheeler Drug Company 

Kings and Queens Winery, Inc 

Kings Jewelers', Inc 

Kinston Gary Beverage Company 

Kinston Laundry Company 

Kinston Textile Mills, Inc 

Kirksey Mutual_Burial Association, Inc.. 
Kiser, A. R., & Company, Inc 

Klondyke Post No. 139, American Le- 
gion, Department of N. C, Inc 

Koonce Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 



Dunn 

Sanford 

Charlotte. 

High Point 

Rocky Mount... 
High Point 

Smithfield 

Smithfield 

Smithfield 

Smithfield 

Lenoir 

Franklin 

Winston-Salem.. 

Salisbury 

Shelby 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Pink Hill 

Sanford 

Dunn 

Durham 

Durham 

Leaksville 

Asheville 

Winston-Salem.. 

Asheville 

Whiteville 

Lumberton 

Charlotte 

Black Mountain 

Cherryville 

Sahsbury 

Kinston 

Morgan ton 

Greensboro 

Asheville 

King 

Winston-Salem _. 

High Point 

Asheboro 

Kinston 

Kinston 

Kinston 

Morganton 

Charlotte 

Chadbourn 

High Point 



Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

25 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
90 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Uidim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
20 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

5 yrs. 
99 yrs. 



S500,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
25,000 
25,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

200 s. NPV 

5,000 

50,000 

50,000 

1000 s. 

50,000 

50,000 

1000 s. NPV 

10,000 

100,000 

50,000 

500,000 

10,000 

50,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

500 s. NPV 

5,000 

50,000 

25,000 

25,000 

25,000 

15,000 

500 s. NPV 

25,000 

75,000 

95,000 P., 

4000 sC NPV 

Non-stock 

1,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 



400 
300 



300 

5,000 

300 

300 



4 s. NPV 

5 

700 

20,000 

100 s. 

300 

4,500 

150 s. NPV 

2,000 

50,000 

300 

300 

300 

300 

3,000 



300 

450 
2,000 
2,100 
3,100 

300 

4 s. NPV 

2,000 

25 

2,000 

10,000 

1,500 

300 

100 s. NPV 

300 

300 

22,000 P 

1,000 



12/30/36 

1/28/3& 

12/29/3& 
5/16/3S 
7/18/36 
5/15/37 

2/19/37 

10/ 5/36 
1/31/3j> 
5/28/37 

10/31/36 
8/ 3/36 
1/ 6/38 
5/26/37 
1/30/37 
9/22/36 
4/28/37 

12/31/37 
1/13/38 

12/23/37 
9/29/36 
9/12/36 
3/16/37 

10/ 8/37 
9/25/36 

5/ 7/38 

4/28/38 
7/ 8/37 
7/ 3/36 

11/29/37 
9/22/37 

12/30/36 
1/ 7/38 
8/16/37 
5/ 6/37 
7/ 9/37 
7/ 9/36 
9/ 5/36 

12/31/37 
3/ 3/38 
2/15/37 
9/24/37 

12/30/36 
3/17/38 
1/25/37 

5/27/38 
3/22/38 



34 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Koonts KIcaning Company 

Knight- Ray Funeral Home, Ino 

Knott Hosiery Mill, Inc 

Knox Manifold Supplies Company, Inc.. 
Kuglor Timber Corporation 



L. & G. Livestock Mutual 

L and N Motor Company, Inc - . . 

Lakeside Club, Inc., The 

Lakeside Park. Inc 

Landis Atlantic Association, Inc., The. . 

Langley Lumber Company 

Lanier Mills Company. 

Latta Roofing Company, Inc 

Laughlin F. F. Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Laiighlin Finance Company 

Laurinburg Credit Jewelers', Inc 

Luurinburg Plywood Corporation 

Lawton Park, Inc - 

Leaksvillo Milling Company 

Leaksville Motor Company 

Leonard Oil Company --- 

Lee-Moore Oil Company 

Lee Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Leggett'a Department Store of Warren- 
ton, N. C, Inc.. - 

Lemoorc Hotel Company 

Lenoir Baseball Association, Inc 

Lenoir Wood Finishing Company, Inc... 

Lewis and Wagner Panel Company 

Lewis Mutual Burial Association, Inc... 

Lewiston Supply Company 

Lcwiston Warehouse Company 

Liberty Iiulustries, Inc., The 

Liberty Veneer Company 

Libes Company, The... _ 

Lions Club Workshop for the Blind, Inc.. 

Lipe Motor Lines, Inc 

Local Board of Insurance Agents, Inc... 
Lohr Mutual Burial Association, Inc.... 

Loiisford Organization, Inc 

Louisburg Tobacco Company, Inc 

Loving, T. A. , & Company. 

Lubrication Service Company 

Lumber and Building Supply Corpora- 
tion 

Lumberton Cliamber of Commerce 



M &. R Motors, Inc 

Maekie and Hinshaw Mutual Burial 

Asso., Inc 

Maekie Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Macon Furniture Company, Inc _. 

Madison County Mutual Burial Asso., 

Inc 



Greensboro. 

Madison 

Hickory 

Charlotte... 
Bath.. 



Kins ton 

Burlington 

Greensboro 

Lexington 

Landis 

Aurora 

Warsaw 

Durham 

Randleman 

High Point 

Asheboro 

Laurinburg 

High Point 

Leaks ville 

Leaks ville 

Winston-Salem. 

Sanford 

Sanford 



Warrenton 

Lumberton. 

Lenoir 

Lenoir 

Statesville 

Kerncrsville 

Lewiston 

Lewiston 

Liberty 

Liberty 

High Point 

Durham 

Hickory 

Elizabeth City... 

Cherryville 

Winston-Salera... 

Louisburg 

Goldsboro 

Durham 



Beaufort 

Lumberton , 



Winston-Salem. 



Yadkinville. . . 
Granite Falls. 
Franklin 



Mars Hill. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
90 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
20 yrs. 
90 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
40 yrs. 
eo yrs. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 



$100,000 
25,000 
100,000 
100,000 
.■iO.OOO 

999 

25,000 

23 s. NPV 

10,000 

10,000 

25,000 

5,000 

10,000 

100,000 

100,000 

500 s. NPV 

2000 s. NPV 

200 s. NPV 

125,000 

25,000 

100,000 

75,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 
200,000 
100,000 
100.000 
100,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 
25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
,50.000 
100,000 
500,000 

200 s. NPV 

100,000 
Non-stock 

50,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

Non-stock 



$ 300 

14,000 

16,000 

5.50 

5,000 

5 

300 

13 s. NPV 

300 

450 

300 

1,000 

500 

300 

300 

100 s. NPV 

3 s. 

3 s. NPV 

12,500 

7,500 

5.000 

300 



15,000 
30 



4,000 
300 

96,000 

49,000 

1,000 

12,. 500 

300 

300 



1,000 

.500 

300 

6 s. NPV 

1,000 



300 



6,800 



12/17/36 
3/ 8/37 
3/15/37 
1/ 7/37 
4/28/38 

2/23/38 
6/18/37 
9/22/36 
5/21/37 
4/ 2/37 
4/ 7/37 
3/22/37 
9/13/37 
4/11/38 
5/ 6/37 
3/ 3/38 
1/23/37 
8/12/37 
6/ 3/37 
2/15/37 
6/16/38 
8/27/37 
3/17/38 

7/29/37 
6/21/37 
4/ 6/37 
2/ 4/38 
3/ 2/37 
3/28/38 
3/24/38 
10/29/37 
3/25/38 
9/12/36 
6/ 3/37 
6/30/38 
10/16/36 
5/24/37 
3/23/38 
8/25/36 
10/16/36 
11/12/37 
10/ 1/37 

9/20/37 
3/ 3/37 

7/27/36 

2/25/38 
4/30/38 
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8/19/37 



Biennial Report 35 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Madison County Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co...._ 

Madison County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Madison Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Majestic Bakeries, Inc 

Mallard Lumber Company 

Malvern Springs Company 

Mann's of Kannapolis, N. C. Inc 

Manuel Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Manuel's, Incorporated 

Marianne Products, Inc 

Marion Buick Company 

Marion Webb, Inc 

Marley Mutual Burial Association, Inc., 

The 

Marshall Motor Company 

Marshville Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Marsh\-ille Warehouse and Storage 

Corp., The 

Martin County Insurance Exchange, Inc. 

Martin Motor Lines, Inc 

Marvanol Club, Inc 

Marvin Hosier}' Mill, Inc 

Mason-Neely Drug Company 

Massie Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

Master Gas and Oil Company, Inc 

Material Sales Company 

Maxton Hardware and Implement Co.. - 

Maxton Supply Company 

Mayfair Homes Company 

McCall Cotton Company, Inc 

McCIamrock Estate, Inc., The 

McCoy-Wilkins Funeral Home. Inc 

McDaniel Ervin Hinshaw Hardware 

Company, Incorporated, The 

McDowell County Mutual Benefit 

Burial Association, Inc 

McGee, Dean & Company, Inc 

McGinn Motors, Inc 

McGoogan Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

McHenry Chevrolet Company, Inc 

Mclnnis-Rummage, Inc 

McKee Realty Company 

McKennon, H. A., Inc 

McLaughlin Burial Association, Inc 

McLean Livestock Company 

McLeod Motors, Inc 

McManus Motors, Inc 

McNeer Dillon & Company 

McNeill Feed Company 

Mebane Brick Warehouse, Inc., The 

Mecklenburg County Asso. for the 
Blind, Inc 



Marshall. 



Marshall 

Madison 

Henderson 

Kinston 

Asheville 

Kannapolis 

Winston-Salem. 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Marion 

Mount Airy 



Siler City. 
Madison.. 



Marshville. 



Marshville 

Williamston 

Belmont 

High Point 

Lincoln ton 

Winston-Salem. 

Waynesville 

Manteo 

Salisbury 

Maxton 

Maxton 

Charlotte 

Monroe 

Greensboro 

Ashe\-ille 



Durham. 



Marion... 
Gastonia. 
Gastonia. 



St. Pauls-.-- 

Concord 

Rockingham - 
Charlotte--- 

Biscoe 

Wilmington.. 
Lumberton . . 
Lumberton.. 
High Point-. 

States'iille 

Fayetteville.. 
Mebane 



I'nlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 jTs. 

99 JTS. 
Unlim. 

99 JTS. 

50 JTS. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 JTS. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unhm. 
Unlim. 
60 JTS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
50 JTS. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 



Charlotte Unlim 



Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

S 25,000 

50,000 

50,0P0 

50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

1000 s. 

50,000 

20,000 

Non-stock 
25,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

100,000 

50,000 

5,000 

Non-stock 

40,000 

50,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100.000 

5,000 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
50,000 
1000 s. NPV 
100,000 
Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100,000 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 



2,000 

3,000 

30 

14,500 

2,000 

1,000 

1,000 

300 

3 s. NPV 

300 

300 

300 

2,500 

300 



300 
300 



20,000 

5,000 

3 s. NPV 

300 

2,200 
300 
300 
300 
300 
300 



12/ 1/37 





2/20/37 




3/30/38 


300 


2/23/38 


4,000 


1/ 7/37 


300 


2/ 8/38 


300 


4/ 1/38 




1/18/38 


400 


1/21/38 


300 


12/ 9/37 


300 


7/24/36 


6,000 


1/11/37 




3/12/38 


3,000 


10/ 1/36 



1/12/38 

5/27/38 
5/31/37 
6/ 2/37 

11/18/36 
8/21/37 
3/10/38 

12/22/37 
4/ 8/37 
7/20/37 
3/25/37 
3/ 2/37 
9/22/36 
9/14/37 
5/ 7/37 
7/15/37 

12/18/36 

3/14/38 
9/28/36 
12/ 8/36 

3/28/38 
5/30/38 
1/ 7/37 
12/29/37 
12/14/37 
10/ 2/37 
6/22/38 
6/24/38 
12/ 9/36 
12/ 1/36 
8/ 2/37 
3/ 3/37 

4/28/38 



36 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Mecklenburg County Humane Society, 

Inc - 

Mecklenburg Lumber Company 

Mecklenburg Realty Co 

Mecklenburg Studios, Inc 

Mecklenburg Times Company 

Medical and Hospitalization Fund of 

Greensboro, Inc 

Melrose Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Merchant Construction Company 

Merchants Fertilizer Co. of Charlotte, 

N. C 

Metropolis Bond Company, Inc . - 

Mewborn Silver Moon Company 

Mickel-Hopkins Company 

Middleton Homes, Inc 

Midwestern Oil and Gas Corporation _.. 

Mildred Gin Company, Inc., The 

Miller's Mutual Burial Association, Inc._ 

Milner Hotels, Inc 

Mincey, W. R., Furniture Co., Inc 

Mineral Exploration Corporation 

Mineral's, Inc 

Mira Mar Company 

Mirro-Products Company 

Mitchell Clark Furniture, Inc 

Mitchell County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Mitchell Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Mitchell's Drug Store, Inc 

Mitchener's Pharmacy, Inc 

Mixon, B. H., Inc -- 

Moa Mine, Incorporated 

Modern Home Finance Company 

Modern Service, Inc 

Moffit and Cox U. S. Army Store, Inc.._ 
Moffitt Home Furniture Company, Inc.. 
Moody Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Mooney, C. B., Construction Company. 
Moore County Mutual Breeder's Asso., 

Inc 

Moore CountyMutual Burial Asso., Inc. 

Moore, George A., Inc 

Moore Metals Company 

Moore Motor Company 

Moore Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Moore Smelting Company 

Moore's Taxi Cab Company 

Mooresville Baseball Club, Inc 

Mooresville Farmers Cooperative Ex- 
change Service, Inc 

Monroe Full Fashioned Hosiery Com- 
pany 

Monroe Investments, Inc 

Monroe Lumber & Millwork Corpora- 
tion 



Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte -.. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Greensboro _. 

High Point 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Hendersonville 

Kinston 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Wilmington 

Mildred 

Taylors ville 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Asheville 

Franklin 

Wrightsville Beach 

High Point 

Greensboro 

Bakers ville 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Edenton 

Henderson 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem 

High Point 

Rockingham 

High Point 

Sylva 

Asheville 

Carthage 

Hemp 

Wilmington 

Charlotte 

Aberdeen 

Wadesboro 

Charlotte 

Asheville 

Mooresville 

Mooresville 

Monroe 

Monroe 

Hamlet. 



Perpet'I 
50 yrs. 
UnlLm. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 .vrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Perpet'I 

60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 



Non-stock 

$ 50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

300,000 

1000 s. NPV 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

25,000 

100,000 

50,000 

200,000 

20,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

15,000 

1000 s. NPV 

1000 s. NPV 

60,000 

10,000 

3,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

.50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

10,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

990 

Non-stock 

20,000 

50,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

10,000 

1,000 

50,000 

3000 s. NPV 
30,000 

100,000 



300 
300 
100 
300 



300 

10 s. NPV 

3 3. NPV 

20,000 

2,000 

500 

300 

300 

5,000 

1,030 

4,000 

45 s. NPV 

5 s. NPV 

8,000 

300 

3,000 



300 

6,000 

300 

300 

300 

3 s. NPV 

5,000 

300 

300 



300 
300 
300 

300 
200 
300 

60 

3 s. NPV 
300 

600 



3/ 4/38 
5/12/37 
12/14/36 
3/24/38 
8/23/37 

10/31/36 

12/ 7/36 
4/26/38 

12/22/36 
8/23/37 

10/29/37 
1/11/37 

10/12/37 
3/13/37 
1/ 6/37 
3/10/38 
4/ 6/37 
6/ 3/37 
3/10/37 
7/26/37 
5/17/38 
6/24/37 
7/ 1/36 

8/17/37 
3/22/38 
1/12/37 
4/ 5/38 
1/30/37 

12/10/37 
4/ 4/38 

12/18/37 
7/ 2/36 
2/ 1/37 
3/22/38 
7/19/37 

12/ 6/37 
2/15/38 
2/14/38 

11/27/36 
7/17/36 
2/25/38 
5/20/38 
2/20/37 
7/19/37 

12/11/37 

4/29/37 
5/ 5/38 

3/12/37 



Biennial Report 37 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



Monroe Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Monroe Theatres, Inc 

Monroe Wholesale Grocery Company. . 
Montgomery County Mutual Soil Con- 
servation Asso., Inc 

Morgan Company, E. A 

Morgan Granite Company 

Morgan-Thomas & Company, Inc 

Morris, Gearing & Co 

Morris-Gearing Mutual Funeral Asso., 

Inc 

Morris Jewelry Company, Inc 

Morris Motor Company 

Morris-Snipes, Inc 

Morrison Manufactmng Company 

Morton, .John J., Company, Inc 

Morton Mutual Burial Asso., Inc 

Mor-Val Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Mother Vineyard, Inc 

Motor Service Sales Company of North 

Wilkesboro, Inc.. 

Motor Supply Company, Inc 

Mt. Airy Canning Company 

Mount Airy Coca-Cola Bottling Com- 
pany, Inc 

Mount Airy Storage Company 

Mt. Airy Transportation Company 

Mount Holly Knitting Mills, Inc 

Mount Holly Merchants .\sso., Inc 

Mt. Mitchell Oil Corporation.. 

Mountain City Laundry, Inc 

Murphy Lumber and Manufacturing 

Company 

Mutual Burial Association, Inc., The... 
Mutual Burial Asso. of Chatham, Inc... 
Mutual Burial Asso. of Thomasville 

N. C, Incorporated 

Mutual Funeral Asso., Inc., The 

Mutual Stores, Inc., The 

My Own Company, Inc 

Myrtle Apartments, Incorporated 



N. S. C. Distributing Company 

N. W. Auto Parts Company 

Nachman-Rhodes Advertising Agency, 

Inc 

Nance Drug Store, Inc 

Nantahala Talc & Limestone Company. 

Nash Furniture Co. of Lenoir, Inc 

Nash-Halifax Mining Corporation 

Nash-Steele Motor, Inc 

Nashville Burial Association, Inc., The.. 
National Federation, State, County, and 

Municipal Employees, Inc 



ADDRESS 



Monroe... 
Charlotte. 
Monroe. . 



Troy 

Laurinburg. 
Greensboro. 
Albemarle.. 
Asheville 



Asheville 

Gastonia 

Fayette\nlle 

Rutherfordton. 

Statesville 

Charlotte 

Norwood 

Denton 

Manteo 



North Wilkesboro 

Greensboro 

Mt. Airy 



PERIOD 

EXIST. 



Mount Airy.. 
Mount Airy.. 

Mt. Airy 

Mount Holly. 
Mount Holly. 

Old Fort 

.4sheville 



Murphy.. 
Liberty.. 
Pittsboro. 



Thomasville 

Greensboro 

Durham 

Winston-Salem. 
Charlotte 



Charlotte 

North Wilkesboro. . 



Charlotte.. 
Charlotte.. 
Andrews.. 

Lenoir 

Littleton.. 
Smithfield. 
Nashville.. 



Boone. 



TJnlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 jTS. 
LTnlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
L^nlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 \Ts. 
Unlim. 
50 JTS. 

Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
25 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
99 JTS. 

99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 

Unlim 
Unlim. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 JTS. 
Unlim. 
40 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Non-stock 
100 s. NPV 
$100,000 

Non-stock 

100 s. NPV 

25,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

25,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

10,000 

15,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100 s. NPV 
Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 

50,000 
Non-stock 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100 s. Pref. 

NPV, 950 s. 

Comm. at 

$100.00 

100,000 

50,000 

1000 s. NPV 
12,000 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 
50,000 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 



Subscd. 



4 s. NPV 
400 



3 s. NPV 
1,000 
3,500 
8,000 



300 

1,000 

4,000 

300 

300 

300 
35,000 

400 

300 

2,000 

600 

1,500 

1,000 

4 s. NPV 

300 
1,200 

2,500 



50 

30 s. NPV 



$300 
300 
300 

3 s. NPV 

6,000 

30 

400 

500 

6,000 



DATE 
INCORP. 



4/ 4/38 
1/ 8/37 
4/ 1/38 

10/15/37 
9/1 /36 
2/ 1/38 
8/12/36 
5/19/37 

3/10/38 
3/22/37 
2/ 5/37 
2/ 5/38 
6/21/37 

12/28/36 
3/22/38 
2/24/37 

11/ 5/37 

8/26/37 
5/26/38 
9/ 4/37 

3/ 4/38 
8/14/36 
8/20/36 
4/16/38 
5/16/38 
12/27/37 
6/ 9/38 

2/ 8/37 
4/22/38 
3/25/38 

2/ 2/38 
10/11/37 
11/12/36- 

8/ 1/36- 



12/ 6/37 
3/25/38 
2/18/38 

3/12/37 
5/31/37 
8/17/36 
10/ 8/36 
5/17/38- 
7/ 7/37 
9/ 7/37 

1/28/37 



38 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



National Minerals, Inc 

National Salvage and Wrecking Com- 
pany 

National School Supply Company, Inc. . 

National Shoe Store, Inc 

National Weaving Company, Inc 

Natural Gas & Equipment Company, 

Inc 

Negro Development Corporation of 

Eastern North Carolina, Inc 

Negro Taxpayers League, Inc., The 

Nehi-Bottling Company of Hickory, Inc. 

Neon Displays, Inc 

Neuse-Atlantic Fairs, Inc 

New Bern Monumental Works, Inc 

New Deal Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc., The 

New Deal Stores, Inc __ 

Newman, Edith, Inc 

New River Lumber Company 

New Service Laundry, Inc 

Newsign, Inc 

Newton-Conover Base Ball Club, Inc., . 
Newton Manufacturing Company, Inc.- 

Non-Metallic M nerals Corporation 

Norlina Cotton Mill, Inc 

North America Managers, Inc 

N. C. Asso. of Cleaners & Dyers, Inc._ . 
North Carolina Association of Electrical 

Contractors, Inc 

N. C. Beta Foundation, Inc 

North Carolina Bottlers Association, 

Inc., The 

North Carolina Colored State Fair Asso- 
ciation, Inc.. 

North Carolina Equipment Company,.. 
North Carolina Farm Bureau Federa- 
tion, Inc 

North Carolina Ice Association, Inc 

North Carolina Ice and Fuel Company, 

Inc 

North Carolina Minerals, Inc 

North Carolina Natural Products Corp- 
oration, The 

North Carolina Pageant Corporation 

North Carolina Preparatory School for 

Boys, Inc., The.. 

North Carolina Ray-0-Lite Corporation 
North Carolina Reaserch Corporation.. 
North Carolina Terminal and Trans- 
portation Company 

North Elm Apartment Company.. 

Northhampton Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

North State Company, Inc 

North State Distributing Company 



Burns ville 

Goldsboro 

Raleigh 

Wilson 

Lowell 

Greensboro.. 

Greenville 

Asheville 

Hickory 

Greensboro. . 

Kins ton 

New Bern 

Wilson 

Concord 

Durham 

Goldsboro... 
High Point.. 
Greensboro.. 

Newton 

Newton 

Mica ville 

Gastonia 

Shelby 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Chapel Hill., 

Chapel Hill.. 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Greenville 

Reids ville 

Rocky Mount 
Asheville 

Fayetteville. . 
Raleigh 

Greensboro... 

Asheville 

Tarboro 

Raleigh 

Greensboro... 

Rich Square. . 
High Point... 
High Point... 



Unlim. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 >Ts. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
L'nlim. 

50 yrs. 
50 yr3(» 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 



$100,000 

25,000 

50,000 

100,000 

640,000 

25,000 

50,000 
Non-stock 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
5,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
25,000 
200,000 
100,000 
50,000 
25,000 
100,000 
140,000 
100,000 
1500 s. NPV 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
200,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

15,000 
125,000 

50,000 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 
25,000 
100,000 

400,000 
11.59 s. 

Non-stock 
10,000 
50,000 



$ 5,940 

300 
6,500 
6,000 
6,000 

300 

160 

25,000 

300 

100 

2,000 



300 

6,000 

25,000 

14,400 

300 

300 

300 

.30,000 

300 

3 s. NPV 



105,000 



10,000 
3,000 



300 



1,300 
500 



100,000 
100 s. 



300 
300 



1/25/.38 

6/19/37 
11/ 9/37 

7/11/36 
12/10/36 

12/21/37 

11/ 6/37 
2/17/38 
12/15/37 
10/22/36 
8/10/36 
1/ 8/37 

3/28/38 
2/22/37 
9/24/37 
7/20/36 
8/10/36 
6/25/38 
7/ 1/37 
7/23/37 
2/ 3/37 
6/30/37 
1/28/37 
12/15/36 

5/ 5/37 
11/24/36 

3/24/38 

9/22/37 
1/26/37 

12/30/36 

9/ 8/37 

12/30/37 
3/13/37 

9/ 3/36 
10/27/36 

3/31/37 
8/30/37 
12/30/36 

2/ 4/37 
5/22/37 

3/ 9/38 
5/13/37 
9/11/36 



Biennial Report 39 

TABLE A,— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



North State Hosiery Mills, Inc 

North State Mines, Incorporated 

Northwestern Finance Company 

Northwood Realty Company 

Notre Dame Academy of Southern 

Pines, Inc 

Nu-Enamel Durham Company 



Oakboro Oil Corporation 

Observer Fresh Air Camp, Incorporated 

Ocean Recreation Company. . _ _ . 

Ochsenreiter, Gene, Inc 

Ocracoke Power and Light Company.. 

Oglukian, L. M., Incorporated 

Oil Products Company 

Oil Sales Company, Inc 

O'Larys Garage, Inc 

Old Colonial Riding Academy, Inc., The. 

Old Fort Telephone Company 

Old North State Insurance and Broker- 
age Company 

Old Town Telephone System, Inc., The 

Oliver's, Inc 

O'Mansky and Baer, Inc 

132 S. Elm-Sycamore Corporation 

138 Taxi Company 

Onslow Trading Company, Inc 

Optimist Santa-Pa! Club of Asheville, 

North Carolina, Inc., The 

Orange Crush Bottlers, Inc 

Orange Mutual Biu-ial Association, Inc.. 

Orb Laboratories, Inc 

Orle, Incorporated 

Oro-Fina Amalgamating Company 

Osborne-Simpson Mutual Burial Asso- 
ciation, Incorporated 

Outlet Store, Inc., The 

Oxford-Henderson Funeral Home, Inc... 

Oxford Ice and Fuel Company 

O.xford Security Company 



P. & F. Motor Express, Inc 

P. & H. Motors, Inc 

Pace Timber Co 

Packaged Foods, Incorporated 

Packard Paint Products, Inc 

Page Lumber Company 

Page Motor Company 

Pageant of Progress, Incorporated 

Palace Restaurant, Incorporated 

Palmer Corporation 

Palmer Mutual Burial Association 

Pamlico Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Pana N. Realty Company 

Paper Sales, Inc 

Paradise Farms, Incorporated 



Rockingham 

Bowditch 

North Wilkesboro 

Durham 



Southern Pines. 
Durham 



Oakboro... 
Charlotte.. 

Raleigh 

-Asheville _. 
Ocracoke.. 
Charlotte.. 
Salisbury... 
Burlington. 
Henderson. 
Gastonia... 
Old Fort... 



High Point 

Winston-Salem. 

Greensboro 

Leaksville 

Durham 

Asheville 

Jacksonville 



Asheville 

Burlington 

Chapel Hill.... 
Bessemer City. 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 



Brevard.- 
Asheville. 
Oxford... 
Oxford... 
Oxford... 



Wilmington 

Boone 

Bostic 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Aberdeen 

Southern Pines. 

High Point 

Rocky Mount.. 

Burns ville 

Shelby 

Bayboro 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Moores ville 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
10 yrs. 

100 yrs. 
25 yrs. 

75 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 

Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
75 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
UnHm. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
100 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



$500,000 
400 s. NPV 
50,000 
10.000 

Non-stock 
10,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

20,000 

5,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 
100,000 
10,000 
25,000 
100 s. NPV 
200 s. NPV 
25,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

Non-stock 

300 s. NPV 

25,000 

10,000 

25,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

25,000 

10,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100.000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 



10,000 

3 s. NPV 

1,500 

300 



300 

300 

300 

5,000 

3 s. NPV 

300 

300 

15,000 

300 

300 

300 

300 

300 

5,000 

4,000 

7 s. NPV 

9 s. NPV 

25,000 



1,600 

900 
300 
300 



3 s. NPV 
12,000 

2,500 
3,000 
3 s. NPV 
300 
300 
300 
300 

300 
300 



300 
300 

12 B. NPV 



1/16/37 
5/11/37 
2/ 4/38 
5/ 9/38 

1/30/37 

1/22/37 

12/30/36 
7/ 1/37 
5/11/38 
9/22/36 
5/22/37 
10/ 5/37 
12/31/37 
11/16/37 
8/ 6/36 
4/26/37 
1/26/38 

8/12/36 
7/30/36 
4/21/37 
10/15/37 
2/10/38 
2/ 7/38 
1/20/37 

4/28/37 
2/ 8/37 
6/14/37 
1/22/37 
3/27/37 
2/25/38 

3/25/38 
6/ 8/38 
11/13/36 
2/17/37 
7/29/37 

3/ 3/37 
1/ 6/38 

11/27/36 
4/ 6/37 
2/25/37 
4/16/37 

10/29/37 
3/25/38 
1/12/37 
8/31/35 
3/10/38 
3/22/38 
6/ 1/37 
6/27/38 
4/22/37 



40 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author, 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Paramount, Inc 

Paramount Hosiery Corporation 

Paramount Schools of Cosmetology, Inc. 
Parent Bodies of Holy Church of God in 

Christ, Inc 

Park Clothing Company 

Parker, Miller, Fulcher Co., Inc 

Parker, R. A., Motor Co., Inc 

Parko Oil Co 

Parks, Russel, Incorporated 

Parkton Gin Co., Inc 

Parkway Land & Lumber Company 

Parkway Motor Company, Incorporated 

Parnell Investment Corporation 

Parnell, J. Q., Inc 

Pasquotank Mill & Lumber Company, 

Inc 

Patterson Apartments, Inc 

Peanut Stabilization Cooperative, Inc.. 

Pearson Sanding Machine Company 

Peebles Department Stores, Inc 

Peeler, Geo. C, Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Peerless Master Cleaners and Dyers, Inc. 
Penderlea Farms Homestead Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Penderlea Mutual Association 

Penn-Carol Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Peoples Furniture Company _._ 

Peoples Insurance Agency, Incorporated 

Peoples Milling Company, The 

Peoples Mutual Burial Association of 

Mount Olive, Inc., The 

Peoples Mutual Burial Association of 

Rocky Mount, N. C, Inc 

Peoples Mutual Funeral Association, 

Inc., The 

Peoples Welfare Organization, Inc., The. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Inc 

Per Mano, Inc 

Person Motors, Inc 

Petroleum Service Co 

Peyton Chevrolet Company, Inc 

Phillips', Dr., Health College, Inc 

Piedmont Auto Parts Co., Inc 

Piedmont Broadcasting Corp 

Piedmont Coach Company 

Piedmont Distributors, Inc 

Piedmont Electric Repair Company 

Piedmont Essotane Company 

Piedmont Feed & Seed Company, Incor- 
porated 

Piedmont Fixture & Mantel Co _ 

Piedmont Lunch and Soda, Inc 

Piedmont Mutual Burial Association, 
Inc 



Greensboro 

High Point 

Charlotte 

Southern Pines. 

Raleigh 

Thomas ville 

Farmville 

Charlotte 

Asheboro 

Parkton 

Mount Airy 

West Jefferson.. 

Parkton 

Parkton 

Elizabeth City.. 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

High Point 

Roxboro 

Salisbury 

Raleigh 

Willard 

Penderlea 

Concord 

Roanoke Rapids 

Burlington 

Creswell... 

Mount Olive 

Rocky Mount... 

Creswell 

Parmele 

Goldsboro 

Pinehurst 

Roxboro 

Durham 

Kannapolis 

Gastonia 

Concord.. 

Salisbury 

Wadesboro 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Gastonia 

Winston-Salem.. 

Albemarle 

Charlotte. _ 

Lexington 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unhm. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
50 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Perpet'l 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
90 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 



$100,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 
50,000 
20,000 
10,000 
100,000 
100,000 
30,000 
50,000 
50,000 
25,000 
100,000 

10,000 
50,000 
Non-stock 
100,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 

400 
950 
2000 s. 
25,000 
10,000 
20,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

25,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

200,000 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

25,000 
50,000 
10,000 

Non-stock 



300 
15,000 

3 s. NPV 



2,000 
1,000 
2,000 
2,200 

300 
5,700 

400 
8,000 

100 
10,000 

300 
10,000 

300 
18,000 



5 
5 

860 s. 

4,500 
300 

1,200 



300 

3 s. NPV 

4,500 

400 

16,000 

3,600 
300 

5,000 
300 

1,600 
300 

10,000 
300 
150 



11/ 6/36 
5/19/37 
2/ 6/37 

1/ 8/3S 
1/ 7/37 
4/13/37 
8/12/.36 
3/15/37 
1/12/38 
8/ 7/36 
1/ 9/37 
9/ 7/37 
9/10/37 
1/18/38 

12/ 4/37 
3/19/37 

8/27/37 
5/11/37 
2/ 3/38 

3/2V38 
1/15/38 

6/25/37 
6/ 7/37 
7/21/36 
5/28/37 
4/16/37 
7/16/37 

3/10/38 

3/30/38 

2/15/38 
4/13/37 

12/31/36 

10/28/36 
8/27/36 
2/26/37 
5/30/38 
2/28/38 

10/14/36 
9/15/37 
5/11/38 

12/ 5/36 
7/ 3/37 
2/ 5/38 

1/15/37 
8/ 6/36 
6/19/37 

3/25/38 



Biennial Report 41 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Piedmont Publishing Company 

Pike Chevrolet Co 

Pilgrim Tract Society, Inc 

Pilot-Ayers Mutual Funeral Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Pilot-Paul Mutual Funeral Associa- 
tion. Inc 

Pine Harbor Corporation 

Pine Land Company 

Pinetops Supply Company 

Piquant Grocery, Inc 

Pitt Gin Company 

Pitt and Greene Electric Membership 

Corporation 

Pitt Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Pitt Trading Corporation 

Pittman, Milton & Company, Ine 

Plaid Mills Workers Union, Inc 

Plantation Enterprises, Inc 

Planters Chevrolet Co 

Plymouth Country Club, Incorporated.. 
Plj-mouthMutual Livestock Association 

Pointer Cigar Co 

Polkton Manufacturing Company, Inc.. 
Pores Knob Recreation Company, The_. 

Porto Laboratories, Inc 

Power Products Manufacturing Com- 
pany 

Prather's, Incorporated 

Premium Candies, Inc 

Preston, Incorporated 

Priestly Knit Goods Company 

Primitive Apostolic Holiness Church, 

Inc 

Proctor Chemical Company, Inc 

Profit Sharing Motor Oil's, Inc.. 

Progress Land Company 

Propst Realty Company 

Protective Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Providence Road Drug Store, Inc 

Public Golf Courses, Inc 

Pungo Sands Co 

Pure Drug Company 

Pyrophyllite Talc Products, Inc 

■Quality Beer Bottlers, Inc 

<Juality-Central Oil Co., Inc 

•Quality Electric Co., Inc 

<Jueen Anne Mills Company 

Queen City Candy Company, Inc 

Queen Florists, Inc 

Query-Craig Feed & Seed Company 



Winston-Salem 

Apex 

Randleman 

Bethel 

Washington 

Charlotte 

Smithfield 

Pinetops 

Smithfield 

Farmville 

Farmville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Jacksonville 

Burlington 

Cove City 

Wilson 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Raleigh 

Polkton 

Pores Knob 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Mount Airy 

West End 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

High Point 

Salisbury 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Thomasville 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem. 

Diu-ham 

Charlotte 

Glendon 

Winston-Salem. 
Winston-Salem. 

Greenville 

Ellenboro 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 



TJnlim. 
100 yrs. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

99 jTS. 
25 >TS. 
25 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 JTS. 

Perpet'l 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
99 JTS. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 JTS. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
20 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

100 JTS. 

99 JTS. 
65 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
U^nlim. 

Unlim 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 JTS. 
Unlim. 



$1,100,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-Stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

lOOOs.NPV 

50,000 

10,000 

5,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

20,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

69,000 

Non-stock 

999 

25,000 

100,000 

300 

50,000 

50.000 
10,000 
1000 s. NPV 
50,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

5,000 

15.000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
20,000 
12,000 
10,000 
3000 3. 
$50 ,000 class A, 
500 s. class B, 
NPV 

25,000 
100,000 

25,000 
100,000 
100,000 

50,000 

10,000 



300 
300 



300 
6 s. NPV 

300 
1,200 
2,500 



20,000 
300 

300 
300 

5 

3,000 

300 

300 

300 

300 

1,200 

3 s. NPV 

10,000 

600 



6,000 

5,000 

30 

300 



300 

150 

300 

1000 s. 



5 s. 

300 
300 
300 
300 
300 
800 
4,000 



4/10/37 
12/ 1/36 
3/15/38 

3/25/38 

3/25/38 
3/ 5/37 
2/18/38 
1/29/37 
6/23/37 
5/ 3/37 

6/ 8/37 
3/15/38 

5/ 7/37 
1/14/37 

7/22/37 
12/ 7/36 
8/21/36 
10/ 1/37 
7/17/37 
8/19/36 
1/ 4/38 
6/12/37 
5/21/37 

1/21/38 
3/ 6/37 
12/20/37 
11/ 2/36 
7/16/37 

6/28/38 
5/21/38 
4/19/38 
7/ 6/36 
1/ 4/37 

12/20/37 
10/15/37 
10/21/37 
8/26/36 
10/ 7/37 



8/10/37 

2/ 5/38 
10/13/36 
2/23/37 
1/ 9/37 
10/ 6/36 
3/26/38 
5/ 6/38 



42 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



R & S Chevrolet Co., Inc 

R. W. Motor Lines, Inc 

Racford Lumber Company 

Rainbow Restaurant, Inc 

Raines Insurance Agency, Inc- 



^igh Apartments, Inc 

iigh Beauty School, Inc 

:igh Development Co 

ligh Girl Scouts, Inc 

:igh Laundry, Inc 

;igh Letter Writers, Inc 

:igh Little Theatre, Inc 

:igh Mills Company 

jigh Modernization and Supply Co. 

ligh Motor Co 

iigh Mutual Burial Association, Inc., 



Ralei 
Ralei; 
Ralei, 
Ralei, 
Raleii 
Ralei: 
Ralei, 
Ralei; 
Raleii 
Raleii 
Raleii 

The 

Raleigh Nurseries, Inc 

Raleigh Real Estate Board, Inc 

Raleigh Tobacco Market Company 

Raleigh Used Car Co 

Ramseur Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Ramseur Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 
Randolph County Mutual Soil Conser- 
vation Association, Inc 

Randolph Farmers Cooperative 

Randolph Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Ratchford Trucking Co., Inc 

Rawls, Alex, Wrecking Co., Inc 

Ray Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Ray's, Incorporated 

Reavis Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

Red Banks Mutual Asso 

Red Springs Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Red Springs Weaving Company.. 

Regal Employees Association, Inc 

Regal Jewelers, Inc., The 

Reids Store, Inc 

Reidsville Garden Clubs Center, Inc 

Reliable Sales Store, Inc 

Reliable Shoe Store, Inc.. 

Reliance Guano Co 

Renfrew Printing Company, Inc 

Renfro-Whitley Tobacco Company 

Results, Incorporated 

Rex Hospital Guild, Inc 

Reynolds, Z. Smith, Foundation, Inc — 

Rhea Wholesale Co 

Rhodes Furniture Company, Inc 

Rhyne, D. E., Mills, Inc 

Richardson Mutual Burial Association, 
Inc - --- 



Walnut Cove. 

Charlotte 

Raeford 

Fayetteville... 

Wilson 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 



Raleigh. - 
Raleigh.. 
Raleigh.. 
Raleigh.. 
Raleigh . . 
Asheboro. 
Ramseur. 

Asheboro. 
Asheboro. 



Asheboro 

Gastonia 

Rocky Mount. 

Madison 

Durham 

Harmony 

Pembroke 



Red Springs 

Red Springs 

Morehead City.. 

Asheville 

Greenville 

Reidsville 

Salisbury 

Thomasville 

Whiteville 

Greenville 

Wendell 

Morehead City.. 

Raleigh 

Winston-Salem.. 
Kings Mountain. 

Greensboro 

Lincolnton 



99yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
30 yrs. 

Unlim. 
50 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Perpet'l 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Nashville Unlim 



$ 50,000 

5,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

100 s. 

1518 s. 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

1250 s. NPV 

5,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

25,000 

250,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
10,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

10,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

950 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

10,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

15,000 

50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

500 s. 

10,000 

2250 s. NPV 

Non-stock 



$ 300 

1,700 

90 s. NPV 

300 

3 s. 

100 s. com. 

75 

400 

30 
3,000 

3 s. NPV 
600 
300 



300 

4,500 
300 
400 



400 
1,100 

300 

5 

3 s. NPV 

300 
15,000 

3,000 
300 
1,000 
8,000 
7,000 
300 



90s. 

400 

5 s. NPV 



10/14/36 

12/22/37 
1/27/37 
6/ 9/37 
6/28/37 
4/12/38 

10/ 1/37 
2/26/37 
8/13/37 
8/ 4/37 

12/10/36 
1/15/37 
4/22/38 
2/ 9/37 
8/ 4/36 

12/30/37 
2/ 8/37 
1/18/37 
6/22/38 
1/30/37 
5/14/38 
3/10/38 

7/15/37 
7/ 9/36 

4/ 1/38 
1/28/37 
10/ 5/36 
8/24/37 
3/19/38 
4/ 9/38 
6/24/38 

12/ 8/37 
1/11/38 
5/29/37 
1/26/38 
8/ 4/37 
9/21/36 
4/29/37 
2/27/37 
1/22/37 
4/27/38 
4/28/37 

11/24/36 

11/23/37 
8/21/36 
7/20/36 
5/ 1/37 

11/23/37 

3/25/38 



Biennial Report 



43 



TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Richmond County Burial Association, 

Inc 

Riser Printing Company 

River Realty, Inc 

Roanoke Chowan Cooperative, Inc 

Roanoke Farms Mutual Association 

Roanoke Island ri>-ing Service, Inc 

Robertson's Bakery, Inc 

Robeson-Bladen Mutual Funeral Asso- 
ciation, Inc 

Robeson Livestock Mutual 

Robeson Motor Co 

Robin Hood Farms, Inc 

Robin Hood Inn, Inc. _ 

Robinson Yarn Mills, Inc 

Rock Bridge Park Company , . 

Rock Wool Insulating Company of 

North Carolina, Inc 

Rockfish Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Rockingham Credit Jewelers, Inc 

Rockingham Ice Company 

Rockingham Motors, Inc.__ 

Rockingham Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Rocky Face Mining Co 

Rocky Mount Sales Company 

Rogers & Breece Burial Association, Inc. 

Rogers Brokerage Company, Inc 

Rogers Credit Jewelers, Inc 

Rogers, Louis G., & Company 

Rogers Mutual Burial Association, Inc- 

Rose Hill Marketing Company 

Rose, W. P., Supply Company 

Roseboro Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Rosman Knitting Mills, Inc 

Ross Fabrics, Inc 

Rouse Mutual Burial Association. Inc._. 
Rowan CountyAgriculture and Breeders 

Racing Association 

Rowan Sample Shoe Store, Inc 

Rowe Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. . 

Rowland Supply Co 

Roxboro County Club, Inc., The 

Royal Baking Company 

Royal Dye Works, Inc 

Roy's Inn, Inc 

Rudd Furniture Company, Inc 

Russos, Nick, & Son, Inc 

Rutherford County Mutual Burial Asso- 
ciation, Inc 

Rutherford County Mutual Soil Con- 
servation Association, Inc 

Rutherford Rural Electric Mutual Asso- 
ciation, Inc 



Hamlet 

Greensboro _ _ 

Raleigh 

Rich Square. 

Enfield 

Manteo 

High Point. - 



Lumberton- 
Lumberton. 
Lumberton. 
Pinehxu'st.-- 

Brevard 

Gastonia 

Salisbury... 



Winston-Salem. 

Hope Mills 

Asheboro 

Rockingham 

Reidsville 



Leaks villa 

Biltmore 

Rocky Mount. 
Fayette ville... 

Wilson 

Goldsboro 

Charlotte 

Sanford 

Rose Hill 

Goldsboro 



Roseboro 

Rosman 

Morganton. 
La Grange.. 



Salisbury 

Salisbury 

Weldon 

Rowland 

Roxboro 

Raleigh 

Graham 

Black Mountain. 

Burlington 

Raleigh 



Rutherfordton. 
Rutherford ton. 
Forest City.... 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Indefinite 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
40 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Perpet'l 



Non-stock 
$ 50,000 
1000 s. 
75,000 
950 
100,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 
999 
.50,000 
100,000 
25,000 
100,000 
Non-stock 

5,000 

Non-stock 

500 s. NPV 

10,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 
10,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 
25,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 
30,000 
1250 s. 

Non-stock 

100,000 

3,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

200,000 

50,000 

25,000 

50,000 

5,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 



300 

200 s. 

95 

5 

1.200 

300 



5 

300 

300 

10,000 

3,000 



2,000 

100 s. NPV 

5,000 

300 



300 
1,000 

300 
4,000 
5,000 

30 
500 



7/12/37 
1/ 9/37 
5/11/38 
2/28/38 
6/24/37 
4/20/38 
12/27/37 

3/22/38 
6/30/37 
7/15/36 
9/ 7/37 
9/13/37 
7/24/36 
10/27/37 

12/10/37 
3/25/38 
3/ 3/38 
6/12/37 
4/ 1/37 

4/ 2/38 
10/27/36 
6/10/37 
7/17/37 
4/16/38 
7/ 2/36 
8/26/37 
3/14/38 
4/12/37 
12/21/37 





3/22/38 


10,000 


1/ 8/38 


2,800 


4/ 1/38 




3/22/38 


1,000 


5/ 8/37 


3,000 


3/11/38 




6/10/37 


300 


9/19/36 




6/ 4/37 


400 


9/ 1/37 


300 


2/24/38 


750 


9/28/37 


300 


5/30/38 


2,500 


12/ 5/36 



1/22/38 
5/29/37 
6/24/37 



44 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



S & B Motors, Inc 

S& M Food Store, Inc __ 

S. and M. Store Company 

S. & W. Motor Company 

S-Y Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Sabel Mining Company 

Safeway Coach Company 

St. James Presbyterian Church of Hick- 
ory, North Carolina, Inc __ 

St. Johns Ginning Company, Inc 

Salisbury Baseball Club, Inc., The 

Salisbury Herald Publishing Co 

Salisbury Mercantile Company, Inc 

Salisbury Products, Inc. 

Salisbury Transfer Company, Inc 

Salisbury Veneer Corporation 

Sampson Lumber and Coal Company... 
Sand Clay Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Sandhill Mutual Fxineral Association, 

Inc 

Sandhills Air Service, Inc 

Sandhills Service, Inc 

Sanford Baseball Club, Inc 

Sanford Chamber of Commerce, Inc 

Sanford Coca-Cola Bottling Company. . 

Sanford Furniture Corporation 

Sanford Hardware Company 

Sanford Horse & Mule Co 

Sanford Lions Club, Inc 

Sanitary Laundry of Statesville, Inc 

Sanitary Laundry and Towel Service, 

Inc 

Sanitary Lunch of Charlotte, Inc 

Saunderlin Lumber Company 

Schumaker Corporation, The 

Scotland Cannery, Inc 

Scotland Motor Co 

Scotland Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Scotland Neck Motors, Inc 

Scuppernong Mutual Association 

Seaboard Mills, Inc 

Seaside Realty Company, Inc 

Seavey Laboratories, Inc 

Seburus, Inc 

Sechrest Mutual Funeral Association, 

Inc 

Second Presbyterian Church of White- 

ville, Inc 

Security Administrations, Inc. 

Security Credit Corporation. 

Security Lumber Company 

Security Mortgage & Finance Corpora- 
tion 

Security Mutual Burial Association, 
Inc 



Roxboro 

High Point.. 
Biu-lington__ 

Salisbury 

Croldsboro _ . . 
Union Miils- 
Kinston 



Hickory.. 
Ahoskie.. 
Salisbury. 
Salisbury. 
Salisbury. 
Salisbury. 
Salisbury. 
Salisbiu-y. 
Clinton.. 



Candor. 



Southern Pines. 

Pinehurst 

Pinehurst 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

States^^lle 



Handet 

Charlotte 

James City 

Asheville 

Johns 

Laurinburg 

Laurinburg 

Scotland Neck. 

Columbia 

Sanford 

Wilmington 

Burlington 

Greensboro 



High Point. 



White ville 

Winston-Salem. 

Durham 

Greensboro 



Raleigh. 
Dunn... 



60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 jTs. 
99 JTS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
L'nlim. 

L^nlim. 
25 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 

99 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
30 >TS. 
50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
30 yrs. 
60 JTS. 
60 JTS. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
30 JTS. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 JTS. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpefl 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

Unlim. 



S 25.000 

10,000 

1,300 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 
100,000 
25,000 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
25,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
50,000 
100,000 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 

100,000 

5,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

50,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

950 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
25,000 
100,000 
100,000 

250,000 

Non-stock 



3,000 
300 
300 

3,000 

900 
3 s. NPV 



3,100 

2,500 

30,000 

300 

300 

5,000 

10,000 

300 



300 
300 



400 
300 
300 
300 

300 

300 
600 
300 
3 s. NPV 
1,500 
300 

7,000 

5 

300 

150 

300 

10 s. NPV 



100 
300 
300 

300 



10/ 7/37 
8/10/36 

11/ 8/37 
3/ 2/37 
5/ 2/38 
5/25/38 

11/29/37 

10/13/36 

8/27/37 
2/21/38 
3/30/37 
5/28/37 
3/31/37 
8/19/37 
1/23/37 
12/14/36. 

3/14/38 

3/10/38 

2/18/38 
4/30/38 
6/ 8/38 
1/29/38 
7/10/37 
3/ 2/38 
1/14/38 
8/29/36 
4/12/38 
4/22/38' 

2/21/38 
1/14/38 

11/27/36 
4/ 6/37 
2/17/38 
7/15/36 
3/30/38 
4/ 7/37 
5/19/38 

11/27/36 
6/15/37 

10/ 3/35 
8/24/36 

3/25/38 

7/30/37 
2/24/38 
11/28/36 
11/23/36 

12/17/36 

3/ 3/38 



Biennial Report 45 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 

EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Security Realty & Insurance Company. 

Seegers Furniture Company, Inc 

■Selected Dairies, Inc 

^Sellers Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Selma Hardware Company, The 

Sebna Trading Company, The 

Seminole Trail Association, Inc ..- 

^Service Employees Corporation 

Service Paint Co 

Seven Point Hosiery Mills, Inc 

.Seven Up Asheville Company 

Seven-Up Winston-Salem Co 

■Seventh Avenue Corporation 

.Sharpe Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Sharpe Mutual Burial Association of 

Burlington, Inc 

Shaw's Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Shelby Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
;Shelby Transit Company 

iShelton, R. E., Used Car Company 

Shepherd, John C, Lumber Corporation. 
Shepherd's Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Shuford Mutual Burial Association , Inc. . 
Siler City Electric and Furniture Com- 
pany 

Siler City Hosiery Company 

Sink-Taylor and Evans Incorporated 

Sir Walter Raleigh Company 

Skyland Motors, Inc 

Skyland Packing Company, Inc 

Skyland Press, Inc., The 

■Slate Motor Company... 

.Slate Mutual Burial Asso., Inc... 

Slim Jim Bottling Company 

Smith and Brown, Inc 

Smith & Buckner Mutual Funeral Asso- 
ciation, Incorporated 

Smith Corporation, The 

.Smith Drug Co., Inc.. 

Smith and Fleming, Incorporated 

.Smith Joyner Company, Inc 

Smith Motor Company 

Smith Mutual Burial Association, Inc... 

Smith, Roger A., Incorporated 

Smith's Transfer Co., Inc 

Smithfield Chamber of Commerce, Inc.. 

Smithfield Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Smoot-Brown, Inc.. 

Snipes, P. D., Company 

Snow Hill Baseball Asso., Inc... 

Snow Hill Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Society of Oblate Fathers for Missions 
Among the Poor, Inc 



Winston-Salem. 

Troy.. 

Winston-Salem. 

Burlington 

Selma 

Selma 

Charlotte 

Chapel Hill.... 

.Asheville 

Burlington 

Asheville 

Winston-Salem. 

Asheville 

Greensboro 

Burlington 

Wilmington 

Shelby 

Shelby 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Henderson 

Hickory 

Siler City 

Siler City 

Lexington 

Raleigh 

Asheville 

Hendersonville. 

Asheville 

King 

King 

Winston-Salem 
Roduco 

Siler City 

Goldsboro 

New Bern 

Pikeville 

Greenville 

Liberty 

Maiden 

Smithfield 

Lenoir 

Smithfield 

Smithfield 

Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Snow Hill 

Snow Hill 

Fayetteville 



Unlim. 

Unlim. 
100 yrs. 
Perpet'l 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
75 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

75 yrs. 

Unlim. 



$ 1,550 

20,000 

200,000 

2500 s. NPV 

20,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

100,000 

25,000 

100,000 

500 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

5000 8. NPV 

10,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 

100,000 

250,000 

20,000 

100,000 

50.600 

40.000 

10,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

30 a. NPV 

5,000 

Non-.stock 

35.000 

100,000 

20,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

50,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 



1.50 
300 

3,000 
3 s. NPV 

8,200 
300 

3 s. NPV 

300 

300 

400 

40 

3 s. NPV 



100 s. class 

A, NPV 

300 

300 



30 

300 

5,000 

.300 

300 

300 

1,000 

1,000 

30 s. NPV 
2,000 



1,000 
300 
300 

3.000 
300 

4,000 
2,000 

300 
750 
300 



10/12/.37 

11/26/37 
1/18/37 

12/15/.36 
1/18/38 
1/ 7/37 
5/ 3/37 
4/ 9/38 
3/ 4/.37 
6/22/38 
5/14/.37 
4/23/37 

12/18/36 
3/30/38 

3/25/38 
3/28/38 
3/28/38 

9/14/37 

5/ 8/37 
1/ 4/37 

3/30/38 
3/ 9/38 

11/15/37 
12/21/37 
3/26/38 
10/ 2/37 
11/ 5/36 
6/14/38 
9/13/37 
7/ 9/.36 
3/22/38 
12/21/37 
3/24/37 

2/10/38 
12/ 7/37 
9/24/36 
1/18/37 
2/21/38 
2/ 8/37 
1/31/.38 
10/17/36 
2/15/37 
4/14/37 
5/24/37 
2/19/37 
2/23/38 
7/21/36 

3/22/38 

12/20/37 



46 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



Sound Fish Meal & Oil Co., Inc., The.. 

South Lake Lodge, Inc 

South River Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Southeastern Distributing Co 

Southeastern Finance Corporation 

Southeastern Ink Company 

Southeastern Seafood Corporation 

Southern Advertising Corporation 

Southern Assemblies, Incorporated 

Southern Bottling Company 

Southern Converting Company 

Southern Curtain Corporation 

Southern Finance Corporation 

Southern Foods, Inc 

Southern Golden Rule Association, Inc._ 
Southern Home & Garden Publishing 

Company 

Southern Hosiery Machine and Service 

Company 

Southern Insurance Agency of Wilming- 
ton, Inc 

Southern Realty & Timber Company. . _ 

Southern Used Car Corporation 

Southgate Walker Company, Inc 

Southland Automotive Co., Inc 

Southside Roller Mills, Inc 

Sparger Orchard Co., Inc 

Speight Box & Panel Co 

Spencer's Economy Burial Association, 

Incorporated 

Spencerian Secretarial School, Incorpo- 
rated 

Spoon's Dairy, Incorporated 

Spread Eagle Mines, Inc 

Spruce Pine Holding Corporation 

Spruce Pine Mica Company 

Stacy's Tavern, Incorporated 

Stadiems, Incorporated 

Stallings Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc., The 

Stanco Realty Company 

Standard Auto Accessories, Inc 

Standard Coal Company, Inc 

Standard Iron & Metal Company 

Standard Mica Co 

Standard Motor Parts Co., Inc 

StandardVault & Memorial Works, Inc.. 
Stanfield Garment Manufacturing Co., 

Inc 

Stanly County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Stanly Farmers Cooperative Exchange 
Service, Inc 



ADDRESS 



Beaufort.. 
Henderson. 



Garland 

Morehead City. 

Wilson 

Asheboro 

Morehead 

Durham 

Winston-Salem. 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Hickory 

Burlington 

Gastonia _ 



Raleigh 

Morganton. 



Wilmington 

Trenton 

Durham 

Washington 

High Point 

Winston-Salem. 

Mt. Airy 

New Bern 



Roxboro. 



Charlotte 

Burlington... 

Biltmore 

Spruce Pine.. 
Spruce Pine. 

Raleigh 

Thomasville. 



Littleton 

Salisbury 

High Point - 

Asheville 

Asheville 

Asheville.. - 
Henderson.. 
Charlotte... 



Stanfield.. 
Albemarle. 



Albemarle _ 50 yrs 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

50 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
UnHm. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



$ 25,000 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 

20,000 

250,000 

50,000 

1000 s. 

10,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 
100,000 
25,000 
50,000 
100,000 
40,000 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 
50,000 
10,000 
40,000 
1700 s. 
25,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

3000 s. NPV 

10,000 

100,000 

20,000 

100,000 

100,000 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 



Subscd. 



6,000 



300 

100,000 

1,500 

101s. 

30 

300 
300 
300 
3,000 
300 



30 



300 

300 

600 

300 

99 s. 

1,100 

2,800 



4 s. NPV 
300 
300 
600 
1,700 
400 

3 s. NPV 

5,000 



DATE 
INCORP. 



6/ 6/38 
1/21/37 

3/17/38 
10/ 5/36 
5/ 1/37 
6/10/37 
7/10/36 
11/18/37 
3/ 7/38 
12/16/36 
8/25/37 
2/12/37 
9/19/36 
3/11/38 
5/24/37 

4/ 4/38 

3/28/38 



1,000 


11/20/37 


500 


1/ 6/38 


300 


2/17/37 


5,000 


5/25/38 


300 


8/15/36 


400 


11/6/37 


16,700 


1/26/37 


1,000 


10/12/36 



5/26/37 

2/11/38 
3/21/38 
8/ 6/37 
8/17/3& 
8/24/37 
7/31/37 
6/14/38 

2/25/38 
12/22/37 
11/ 9/37 
8/ 9/37 
7/26/37 
7/23/36- 
8/26/36 
5/24/38 

2/ 5/37 

7/15/37 

5/ 4/37 



Biennial Report 47 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Stanly Mutual Funeral Association, Inc._ 

Stanley- Yelverton, Inc _- 

Star Furniture Company, Inc 

Sta-Rite Shoe Company, Inc 

Star Laundry of High Point, Inc 

Star Lumber Co 

Star Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

The 

Starwood, Inc 

State Bond and Mortgage Company, 

Inc., The 

State Capital Life Insurance Company. _ 
State College Student Aid Association, 

Inc 

State Distributing Corporation 

State Hospital Association Inc., The. __ 

State Social Club, Inc., The 

Statesville Motor Coach Company 

Statesville Music Company, Incorpo- 
rated _ _ 

Statesville Novelty Company 

Statesville Refrigeration Co., Inc 

Statesville Shrine Club, Inc 

Staton Publishing Company, The 

Steed and BuUard Lumber and Realty 

Company 

Stephenson- Wilson-High, Inc 

Sterling Knitting Mills, Inc 

Stevenson Coffee Company 

Stewart and Drake Theatres, Inc 

Stokes Mutual Burial Association, Inc.__ 
Stoneville Tobacco Board of Trade, Inc. 

The 

Stony Brook Stables, Incorporated 

Stuarts Boys & Students Shop, Inc 

Stutts- Taylor Lumber Company 

Sugg Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Summerlin Mutual Burial Associalion, 

Inc 

Summers Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Sunderland-Edmunds Lumber Company 

Superior Cleaners, Inc 

Superior Coal Company 

Sure-Fire Kindling Corp 

Surry Dairies, Inc 

Surry Equity Corporation 

Surry Finance Company ._ 

Sutton's Service Center, Inc 

Swartzberg's, Inc 

Swicegood Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Swindell Farms, Inc 



Albemarle 

Goldsboro 

Rocky Mount. 

Durham 

High Point... 
Lincolnton 



Dunn 

Charlotte. 



Raleigh. 
Raleigh. 



Raleigh 

Rocky Mount. 

Tarboro 

Raleigh 

Statesville 



Statesville. 
Statesville. 
Statesville. 
Statesville. 
Greenville. 



99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

30 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
49 yrs. 
Unlim. 

49 }Ts. 
Unlim. 

50 yrs. 



Yanceyville .. 60 yrs. 

Pantego | Unlim. 



Maxton 

Durham 

Hickory 

Statesville 

Dunn 

Rocky Mount. 



Stoneville 

Southern Pines. 

Asheville 

Vass 

Leaksville 



Rocky Mount. 

Salisbury 

Yanceyville... 

Hickory 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Mount Airy.. , 
Mount Airy.. . 
Mount Airy. .. 

Greenville 

High Point... 



Non-stock 
$ 25,000 
35,000 
25,000 
50,000 
100,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

100,000 
500,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
Non-stock 
Non-stock 
1000 s. NPV 

20,000 

1000 s. NPV 

50,000 

Non-stock 

15,000 

25,000 
100,000 
100,000 

10,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
50,000 
50,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

1000 s. 

50,000 

100,000 

25,000 P. 

100,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 



400 

4,000 

150 

300 

2,000 



150 



3,000 
100,000 



300 



100 s. NPV 

1,600 

4 s. NPV 

300 

7,. 500 

300 
400 
500 
2,000 
300 



300 

300 

11,000 



300 

15,000 

1,000 

7,000 

& ?300 

300 

1,200 

300 P. 

300 

300 



100 1 



700 



3/22/38 
11/29/37 

9/28/37 

6/ 7/37 
11/ 7/36 

7/ 9/36 

5/24/38 
4/23/38 

4/12/37 
7/29/36 

10/ 1/36 
5/18/37 

10/ 5/37 
9/21/37 

12/ 4/37 

11/ 5/37 
9/29/36 
2/ 4/37 
3/23/38 
5/16/38 

3/31/38 
6/17/37 
8/12/36 
9/13/37 
1/24/38 
7/26/37 

10/ 6/37 
5/19/37 
8/30/37 
2/ 2/37 
4/13/38 

12/28/37 
10/10/36 
4/ 7/37 
4/23/38 
4/26/38 
3/18/38 
7/26/37 
8/31/36 
8/ 2/37 
8/24/36 
7/ 3/37 

6/21/38 
11/23/36 



48 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



T & S Realty Company, Inc.__ .-. 

Tabor City Lumber Company, Inc 

Tabor City Mutual FuneralAssociation, 

Inc 

Tar Heel Bond Company, Inc 

Tar Heel Boys' State, Inc 

Tar Heel Chevrolet Company, Inc 

Tarboro Baseball Club, Inc., The 

Tarboro Investment Corporation 

Tarboro Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Targosine Company, The 

Tarlatone Company, The _ _ . 

Taubman's of Wilmington, Inc 

Taylor-Dawson, Incorporated 

Taylors, Inc 

Teague Home Furnishings, Inc 

Terry Stone Company 

Textile Sales Corporation 

Textile Service Stations, Inc 

Thermal City Sand and Gravel Company 

Thomas Jewelry Corporation 

Thomasville Baseball Club, Inc _ 

Thomasville Merchants Association, Inc. 

Thomasville Motor Company, Inc 

Thomasville 2nd Presbyterian Church, 

Inc 

Thomasville Store Company 

Thompson Auto Company, Inc 

Thompson, Bill, Inc 

Thompson-Dyson, Inc 

Thrif-T-Stores, Inc 

Tiger Oil Company 

Tillery Mutual Association 

Times Printing Company 

Tobacco Grower, Inc., The 

Todd, 0. E., and Company, Inc 

Toe River Lumber Company 

Toggs Mutual 

Toisnot Development Company, Inc 

Tolar Cotton Company 

Tompkins Realty Company 

Townsend Ice and Coal Company 

Toxey Grocery Company, Inc., The 

Tradd Street Presbyterian Church, Inc. 

Transportation, Inc _ 

Travis and Reavis Sales Company, Inc. 

Treasure Key System, Inc 

Trent River Lumber Company 

Tri-City Development Corporation 

Tri-County Construction Company 

Tri-County Motor Company 

Tri-County Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc., The 

Trinity Lutheran Church, Inc 

Tri-State Development Corporation, The 



Durham 

Tabor City 

Tabor City.. 

Salisbirry 

Fayette ville 

Roxboro 

Tarboro 

Tarboro 

Tarboro 

Monroe 

Hendersonville 

Wilmington 

Washington 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Concord 

North Wilkesboro. 

Asheville 

Asheboro.__ _ 

Thomasville 

Thomasville 

Thomasville _ 

Thomasville 

Thomasville 

Thomasville 

Thomasville 

White ville 

Wilmington 

Hayes ville 

Enfield 

Manteo 

Wilson 

Wilmington 

Celo 

Raleigh 

Wilson 

Lumber Bridge 

Charlotte 

Durham 

Elizabeth City.... 

States vilie 

Charlotte 

Statesville 

Charlotte 

James City 

Leaks ville 

Spruce Pine 

Spruce Pine 

Rocky Mount 

Rutherfordton 

Burnsville 



30yrs. 
25 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
TJnlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Perpet'l 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
50 yrs. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



$ 50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

5,000 

500 s. NPV 

Non-stock 
75,000 
1000 s. NPV 
10,000 
25,000 
15,000 
25,000 
100,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 

500 s. NPV 
15,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

100,000 

950 

100,000 

50,000 

5,000 

8,000 

Non-stock 

60 s. NPV 

50,000 

10,000 

5,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 
1000 s. NPV 
100,000 
100,000 
20,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 



300 

2,400 



700 

99 s. NPV 

70 

3 s. 

1,500 

400 s. NPV 

10,000 

6,000 

300 

300 

2,000 

300 

1,500 

300 

100 s. NPV 

3 

300 



10,000 

300 

300 

4,000 

10,000 

900 

5 

600 

5,000 

300 

500 

60 s. NPV 

300 

500 

500 

9,000 

3 s. NPV 

5,100 

101 s. NPV 

300 

2,500 

400 

400 



11/12/37 

7/ 2/37 

3/10/38' 
9/24/36 
5/ 5/38 
1/31/38 
4/30/37 
2/ 2/38 
3/23/38 
7/ 9/36- 

10/13/36 
8/25/37 
1/26/38- 
8/12/36 
3/ 9/37 
7/31/37 
3/24/37 
5/13/37 

11/13/37 
1/18/38 
4/14/37 
4/11/38 
1/15/3S 

1/ 7/37 
12/10/36 
3/18/38 
10/29/36 
2/ 4/37 
6/27/3S 
9/23/36 
6/24/37 
7/18/36 
5/19/38 
7/ 1/37 
6/10/37 
4/15/37 
3/30/37 
7/31/37 
8/31/37 
9/24/36 
4/30/37 
10/28/37 
11/30/37 
1/15/38 
12/ 9/36 
11/10/37 
10/19/36 
5/28/37 
3/16/37 

5/13/37 
1/13/37 
6/11/37 



Biennial Report 49 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Troutman Chair Company 

Troy Autos, Inc 

Troy Cross Arne Company, Inc 

True Holiness Church of God, Inc 

Tryon Processing Company, Inc 

Tryon Toy Makers & Wood Carvers, 

Inc 

Tryon Young Men's Association, 

Inc 

Tucker & Kennedy, Inc 

Tunnel Construction Company 

Turner, T. A., and Company, Inc 

Twin Castles, Inc 

Tyson Realty & Mortgage Company. . 



Underwood, H. A., Company, Inc 

Union Mutual Burial Association of 

Gastonia, Inc 

Union Mutual Burial Benefit Associa- 
tion, Inc 

United Dairies, Inc 

United Dry Cleaners, Inc 

United Furniture Corporation 

United Oil Corporation, Wilmington, 

Inc. 

United Supply Company, Inc 

United Truck Growers Cooperative As- 
sociation, Inc 

Universal Realty Company 

University Cleaners, Inc 

University Housing Corporation 

University Restaurant, Inc 

Upchurch, T. B., Inc 

Utility Finance Corporation 

Utley-Mizelle Motors, Inc 

Uzzle Motor Company 

V. F. W. Amusement Park, Inc 

V & J Shops, Inc 

Va Mo Co Mills Company 

Valdese Conmiunity Center, Inc 

Van Drum Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Vance County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Vance Insurance Agency, Inc 

Vance Trucking Company, Inc 

Vanco Oil Company ___ 

Vaughn Lumber Company, Inc 

Vaughn's Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Victor Manufacturing and Equipment 

Company, Inc __ _ 

Viewmont Knitting Company _ 

Village Inn, Inc 

Virginia Carolina Lumber Corporation.. 



Troutmans. 

Troy 

Troy 

Marion 

Tryon 



Tryon. 



Tryon 

Kins ton 

Spruce Pine- 
Pink Hill.... 

Charlotte 

Greensboro.. 



Raleigh. 



Gastonia . 



Smithfield- 
Goldsboro. 
Diirham... 



Lexington Unlim. 



Wilmington. _ 

North Wilkesboro. 



St. Helena 

Durham 

Chapel Hill.... 

Durham 

Chapel Hill.... 

Raeford 

Rockingham 

Graham 

Durham 

Burlington 

Winston-Salem. 

Franklinton 

Valdese 



Conover. 



Henderson. 
Henderson. 
Henderson. 
Henderson. 



Stokesdale. 



Kernersville. 

Hickory 

Durham 

Warrenton... 



60yrs. 
60 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 >Ts. 
Unlim. 



99 jTs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Perpet'l 
L'nlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 >TS. 



$100,000 
50,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 
20,000 

20,000 

Non-stock 
25,000 
20,000 
500,000 
1600 s. 
50,000 

10,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100,000 

25,000 

500,000 

100,000 
100,000 

50,000 

50,000 

25,000 

1449 8. 

100,000 

300,000 

50,000 

50,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100 s. NPV 

3000 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

15,000 
150,000 
25,000 
25,000 



20,000 
3,000 
1,500 

300 

1,600 



2,000 

75 

30,000 

300 s. 

300 

300 



10,000 

300 

48,000 

300 
2,000 

7 

300 

10,000 

100 s. 

400 

5,000 

500 

300 

300 

500 

15 s. NPV 

4 8. NPV 



300 

300 

300 

7,000 



400 

300 

8,200 

8,000 



4/15/37 

2/26/37 

7/13/36 

10/26/36 

10/11/37 

6/17/37 

4/ 2/37 
10/18/37 

4/ 2/37 
12/28/36 

2/16/38 

4/27/38 

9/ 9/37 

2/ 9/38 

2/15/38 

7/ 7/37 

11/12/37 

10/ 5/36 

1/11/37 
11/15/37 

4/ 5/38 
7/15/37 
1/21/37 
7/28/37 
2/11/38 

12/15/37 
5/21/37 

12/30/37 
8/ 5/36 
5/ 2/38 
1/ 7/37 
7/31/37 
6/14/38 

4/26/38 

9/12/36 
6/ 7/37 
6/25/38 
4/16/37 
2/24/37 

3/23/38 

11/ 6/37 
10/17/36 
5/30/38 

1/28/37 



50 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



Vogler Grocery Company, Inc 

Vogue Furniture Company 

Von Cannon Transfer and Storage Com- 
pany 



W & D Candy Company 

WGTMInc 

Wadesboro Motor Company, Inc 

Waggoner Realty Company 

Wake Housing Corporation 

Waldens Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Walker Hardware Company, Inc 

Walker Mills, Inc 

Walkers Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

WaJkett's, Inc 

Wall Mutual Burial Association. Inc 

Wallace, Inc 

WallaceMutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

Wallace Oil Company, Inc 

Wallace Prize House Company _ 

Wallace Strawberry Exchange, Inc 

Warlick Mutual Burial Association, Inc. _ 
Warranty Engineering & Construction 

Company, Inc 

Warren Amusements, Inc 

Warren Cotton & Fertilizer Company.. 
Warren County Fair Association, Inc.. . 
Warren County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc 

Warren Land and Timber Company 

Warren-Turner Company 

Warrenton Drug Company, The 

Washington County Agricultural Fair 

As.sociation, Inc 

Washington, George, Drug Store, Inc.. . 

Watkins, William F., Corporation 

Watson-King Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Watts & Mason Construction Company. 
Wayne-Duplin Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc., The 

Waynesville Chamber of Commerce, Inc. 

Weaver Lumber Company 

Weavers, Inc 

Weir Inc 

Weldon Community Center, Inc 

Weldon Novelty Manufacturing Com- 
pany 

Wells, J. M., Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Wendell Motor Company, Inc 

Wenoca Leather Company, Inc 

West Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Western Carolina Beauty Supply Com- 
pany 



ADDRESS 



Winston-Salem. 
Durham 



Salisbury. 



Charlotte 

Wilson 

Wadesboro 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

Moncure 

Henderson ville. 
Gastonia 



Hillsboro 

Greensboro 

Winston-Salem. 

Hickory 

Wallace 

Morehead City- 
Wallace 

Wallace 

Lincolnton 



Charlotte 

Roanoke Rapids. 

Warrenton 

Warrenton 



Warrenton. 
Henderson. 

Warsaw 

Warrenton. 



Plymouth... 
Washington. 
Henderson.. 



Rockingham. 
Charlotte 



Mount Olive... 

Waynesville 

Archdale 

Durham 

Winston-Salem. 
Weldon 



Weldon. 



Canton 

Wendell 

Asheville 

Weaverville. 

Asheville 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 

TJnlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

25 yrs. 
Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
10 yrs. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
25 yrs. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

100 yrs. 

Unlim. 

99 jTS. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

60 yrs. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



$100,000 
100,000 

90,000 

100,000 

15,000 

50,000 

1000 s. NPV 

1559 s. 

Non-stock 

15,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

100,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

10,000 
80 s. NPV 
Non-stock 

30.000 
50,000 
75,000 
Non-stock 

Non-stock 

100 s. 

100,000 

5,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
25,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

50,000 

25,000 

Non-stock 

25,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
50,000 

Non-stock 

200 s. 



Subscd. 



300 
300 

1,000 

300 

15,000 

1,000 

3 s. NPV 

300 

4,000 
300 



300 

5,000 

40 s. 
10,000 
s. NPV 



300 

300 

30,000 



3 s. 
60 
75 



3,000 
3,000 



300 



300 
300 
300 



5,000 



300 
2,000 



DATE 
INCORP. 



1/13/37 

3/ 7/38 

4/27/37 

11/30/37 
10/23/37 
11/ 4/36 
10/23/36 
3/ 2/38 
3/16/38 
2/18/37 
9/17/37 

5/13/37 
2/ 1/38 
1/14/38 
2/10/38 
3/28/38 
3/31/38 
3/ 5/38 
3/28/38 
1/ 3/38 

12/ 7/36 
8/20/37 
2/ 9/37 
8/17/36 

5/14/37 
5/24/37 
3/ 4/38 
2/15/38 

9/13/37 
3/22/37 
2/ 6/37 

1/31/38 
12/ 7/36 

2/15/38 
3/23/37 
9/29/36 
5/11/37 
3/22/37 
9/25/36 

11/ 4/36 

1/19/38 
4/22/38 
11/21/36 
3/16/38 

6/ 2/37 



Biennial Report 51 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Western Carolina Mutual Burial Asso- 
ciation, Inc 

Western Carolina Talc Company 

Weston Mutual Association 

Wheeler & Son, A. W., Inc 

Whenball Hosiery Mills, Inc... _ 

Whichard Supply Company 

White-Hodgin Fuel Company, Inc 

White and Roberts, Inc 

White, Murray M., Inc 

Whiteville Tobacco Board of Trade, 

Inc., The 

Whiteway Laundry and Dry Cleaners, 

Inc 

Whitley, W. H., & Sons, Inc 

Whitley and Scarboro, Inc 

Wiggins, T. J., Lumber Company 

Wildcat Mining Company 

Wilder Soda Shop, Inc. 

Wilkerson Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Wilkes Hospital, Inc 

Wilkes Publishing Company, Inc 

Wilkes Transportation Company, Inc. 

Wilkins Corner Inc 

Williams Piggly Wiggly , Inc 

Williams' Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Williamsburg, Inc 

Williamsburg Galleries, Inc., The 

Williamson, Page, Inc 

Williford Brothers, Inc 

Willis Cash Grocery, Inc 

Willis-Reynolds Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Willis-Towery Post No. 74 of the Ameri- 
can Legion, Inc., The 

Willow Beach Club, Inc 

Wilmington Motor Car Company, Inc. 

Wilmington Theatres, Inc 

Wilson County Insurance Exchange, 

Inc 

Wilson County Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Wilson Credit Bureau, Inc., The 

Wilson Drugs, Inc 

Wilson Manufacturing Corporation 

Wilson Petroleum Company, Inc 

Wilson Upholstery Company _. _ 

Winchester J. R., Company 

Windsor Inc 

Wi ndsor Ice-Cream Company 

Wingate Telephone Company, The 

Wings, Inc 

Winslow-White Motor Company, Ino._ 



Murphy 

Alexander 

Creswell 

Brevard 

Newton 

Stokes 

Raleigh 

AsheviUe 

High Point ._ 

Whiteville 

Goldsboro 

Kannapolis 

Zebulon 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Reidsville 

North Wilkesboro. 
North Wilkesboro, 
North Wilkesboro . 

Asheville 

Gastonia 

Roanoke Rapids. . . 

High Point 

High Point 

Charlotte 

Wilson 

Gastonia 

Newton 

Forest City 

Charlotte 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

Stantonburg 

Wilson 

Monroe 

Wilson 

Wilson 

High Point 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Windsor 

Wingate 

Landis 

Hertford. _ 



99 yrs. 
60yrs. 
Perpet'l 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

25 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
Unlim. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 



Non-stock 

•S 50,000 

950 

100,000 

500 s. NPV 

25,000 

.50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 
50,000 
100,000 
100,000 
50,000 
10,000 

Non-stock 
Non-stock 
50,000 
100,000 
50,000 
30,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 
100,000 
100,000 
10,000 
20,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 

1260 s. NPV 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

10,000 

25,000 

100,000 

12,500 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

2,500 

10,000 

10,000 

50,000 



300 

5 

20,000 

3 s. NPV 

2,500 

3,000 

400 

300 



10,000 
4 s. NPV 



4/22/38 
11/ 1/37 
6/27/38 
9/21/36 
10/16/36 
10/25/37 
8/10/36 
3/26/37 
7/24/37 

10/ 6/37 



400 


2/22/38 


300 


12/29/37 


8,200 


1/ 4/38 


300 


3/30/37 


300 


6/21/38 


1,000 


1/18/37 




8/22/38 




1/20/37 


300 


11/12/36 


4,100 


4/19/38 


3,500 


8/ 2/37 


300 


7/15/36 




3/28/38 


300 


9/14/37 


300 


9/15/36 


15 


3/15/37 


2,500 


5/ 4/37 


300 


1/13/37 



4/23/38 

2/ 8/38 
7/ 1/37 
11/23/36 
9/30/36 

7/27/36 



600 


3/16/38 
2/19/38 


0,000 


1/10/38 


300 


3/ 8/37 


300 


5/16/38 


300 


9/ 5/36 


30 


11/ 4/36 


300 


2/22/37 


1,000 


6/27/38 


600 


5/21/37 


700 


5/31/37 


300 


1/ 9/37 



52 Department of State 

TABLE A.— NEW CORPORATIONS CHARTERED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



PERIOD 
EXIST. 



CAPITAL 



Author. 



Subscd. 



DATE 
INCORP. 



Wood, J. Robert, Mutual Burial Asso- 
ciation, Inc 

Woodbury & Pace, Inc 

Wood-Groome Motor Company, Inc 

Woodie Cabs, Inc _ 

Woodie, E. 0., Transportation Company 
Woody's Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Woolard Hardware Company 

Wooten Beverage Company. 

Wrenn's Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc. - 

Wright Machine and Foundry Company 
Wright's Automatic Tobacco Packing 

Machine Company 

Wright's Mutual Burial Association, 

Inc 

Wrightsboro Home Demonstration 
Club, Inc 



Yadkin Valley Chevrolet Company 

Yancey County Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Y ancey County Mutual Soil Conserva- 
tion Association, Inc -. 

Yandle-Crouch Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

Yellow Front Market, Inc 

Yelverton Mutual Funeral Association, 

Inc., The._-_ 

Yopp Funeral Finance Corporation 

York Drug Company 

York-Myers Oil Company 

Young Men's Club, Inc 

Young Men's Musical Association, Inc. 
Young Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Young & Youngblood, Inc.. — 

Young's Galleries, Inc 

Yow Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. _ 



Zebulon Five County Fair, Inc 

Zebulon Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 



Oxford 

Asheville 

Asheville. 

North Wilkesboro. .. 

Boone 

Roxboro. 

Williamston. _ 

Wilson 



Roanoke Rapids- 
Valdese 



Durham 

Salisbury 

Wilmington. 

Denton 

Burnsville.- 
Burnsville.. 



Charlotte. 
Kinston.. 



Raleigh 

Wilmington 

Winston-Salem. 

Mount Airy 

Goldsboro 

Albemarle 

Cooleemee 

Asheville 

Asheville 

High Point 



Zebulon. 
Zebulon. 



Zelia's, Inc _ Wilmington. 



Unlim. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
30 yrs. 
Unlim. 

60 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 

Unlim. 

Unlim. 

99 yrs. 
Unlim. 

Unlim. 
Unlim. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 
10 yrs. 
50 yrs. 
Unlim. 
Unlim. 
60 yrs. 
99 yrs. 

50 yrs. 
99 yrs. 
Unlim. 



Non-stock 

$100,000 

50,000 

25,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

10,000 

40,000 

Non-stock 
100,000 

100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

25,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 
100,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

1000 s. NPV 

100,000 

Non-stock 
10,000 

Non-stock 
50,000 
10,000 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

Non-stock 

50,000 



6,000 

300 

1,200 

15,000 

300 
30 



3,000 
300 



4,000 



,000 



6 s. NPV 
2,000 



300 



400 
300 



3/30/38 
3/21/38 
10/31/36 
8/ 9/37 
1/ 2/37 
2/22/38 
1/27/37 
3/ 5/38 

4/ 5/38 
6/17/38 

6/10/38 

3/10/38 

8/17/36 

3/ 5/37 

9/18/37 

7/26/37 

3/28/38 
5/13/37 

3/14/38 
5/ 8/37 
10/ 8/36 
5/14/38 
8/22/36 
4/25/38 
3/22/38 
2/24/37 
5/ 4/38 
4/ 5/38 

9/28/37 
3/10/38 
3/22/37 



TABLE B 

CORPORATIONS AMENDED 



54 



Department of State 
table b.— corporations amended 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


Acma Student Loan Fund, Incorporated. 


Charlotte.. 


Name changed from The American 
Cotton Manufacturers Association 
Student Loan Fund, Incorporated. 




The Acme Candy Company _. .. 


Wilson - 


8/17/37 
8/30/37 


Adams Mutual Burial Asso., Inc.. 


Taylorsville 

Charlotte 

Edenton 


Membership limited to State of North 
Carolina 




11/12/36 
1/12/38 


James J. & Nancy A. Akers, Incorporated. 


Articles changed (Art. Ill) 


Albemarle Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Ammons, Incorporated 


Name changed from Albemarle 
Burial Association, Inc 

Name changed from Ammons-King, 
Incorporated 


3/23/38 






3/ 8/38 


Anders-Rice Mutual Burial Association, 
Inc.. 


Name changed from Anders-Rice 
Burial Association, Inc 






3/22/38 


Appalachian Gold Corporation.. _ . . 




11/ 7/36 


Asheville Community Chest (Inc.) _ 


Asheville .. 


Amended by striking out all pro- 
provisions & adopting new ones. ._ 
Corporate powers amended 


Asheville Ice and Storage Company 


Asheville _ 


4/19/38 
8/30/37 


Asheville Shrine Club, Inc. 






12/28/37 


Associated Bottlers, Incorporated.. _ . . 




A new section 8 inserted thereby 

making the old Section 8 - Section 9 

Name changed from R. D. Fowler 


Atlantic States Motor Lines, Inc.. 


High Point 


8/10/37 






11/ 2/36 


Avant & Sholar, Inc 


Stock increased to $75 , 000 . 00 

Stock increased from $7 , 000 

Stock decreased from $100,000 to 
$25,000 -. 


9/ 8/36 


B. & W. Chevrolet Co 




9/21/36 


Ballcnger Bros. Coal Co .__ ... 


Charlotte 




Charlotte 


10/10/36 


Barber-Scotia College, Incorporated 


Location changed from Concord 

Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$200,000 


9/14/37 


Barnwell Brothers, Inc 


BurUngton 

Burlington... 






11/30/36 


Barnwell Warehouse & Brokerage Co.. _. 


Stock increased from $10,000 

Name changed from King Chevrolet 
Co 


12/ 9/36 


Beasley Chevrolet Co 








Swan Quarter 


8/15/36 


Beaufort-Hyde Mutual Burial A.ssociation, 
Incorporated 


Name changed from Beaufort-Hyde 

Burial Association, Incorporated.. 

Period of existence extended to "Per- 




Beaverhill Cemetery Association, The 


1/24/38 




Burlington 


4/19/37 


Belk-Beck Company of Burlington, North 
Carolina, Inc 


Name changed from Belk-Stevens 
Company Department Stores, Inc.. 

Name changed from Belk-Stevens 
Company of Leaksviile, North 




Belk-Cline Company of Leaksviile, N. C, 
Incorporated .. 


2/19/38 




Belmont 

Kinston 


7/ 1/37 


Belk- Matthews Company 


Principal oiBce moved from Cramer- 






5/28/37 


Belk Tyler Co. of Kinston, N. C, Inc. 


Name changed from Belk's Depart- 
ment Store of Kinston, North Car- 
olina, Incorporated 




Bethel Manufacturing Co... 


Bethel 

Biltmore 


7/10/36 

2/24/38 


Biltmore Forest Company 


Name changed from Biltmore Estate 
Company _ 


12/28/36 



Biennial Report 55 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



AMENDMENT 



DATE OF 
CHANGE 



Big 5 Warehouse Company, Incorporated. 



Big Six Laboratories, Inc 

Bi-Tang Company 

Blue Bell Globe Manufacturing Co 

Blue Bell Glove Manufacturing Company 
Blue Bell Overall Company 



Fairmont. 



Charlotte... 

Kinston 

Greensboro. 
Greensboro . 
Greensboro. 



BolickHallCo 

R. H. Bouligny, Inc 

Boylan-Pearce Investment Corporation.. 

Brooklyn Pharmacy, Incorporated 

Brooks of Charlotte, Inc 



Winston-Salem. 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

Wilmington 

Charlotte 



Stock increased to 8100,000 from 
S50,000; name changed from The 
Big 5 Warehouse Company of 
Fairmont, N. C, Incorporated 

Name changed from Aloil Company, 
Inc 

Location changed from Salisbury to 
Kinston 

Name changed from Blue Bell Over- 
all Co.... 

Outstanding common stock reduced 
from $10.00 par value to $5.00... 

Stock increased from $1,000,000 to 
81,500,000— common and pre- 
ferred stock created 

Name changed from Johnston-Hall 
Insurance Agency, Inc.- 

Stock increased from $25,000 to 
$100,000 

Name changed from Boylan-Pearce 
Building Corporation 

Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$25,000 

Stock increased from $30,000 to 
$35,000 



Brooks & White Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Incorporated 



Brotherly Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

George C. Brown & Co., of N. C, Inc 

Bro wn-Rogers-Dixson Company 



Fountain. 



Camp Pinnacle, Inc 

Carolina Cher-Cola Bottling Co.. 
Carolina China Clay Company... 



The Carolina Insurance Company 

Carolina Mountain Mutual Asso., Inc.. 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co... 

Carothus Funeral Home, Inc 

Carter, A. B., Incorporated 



Carteret Hardware Company, Incorpo- 
rated -- -- 



Gavin's Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 
Celo Mines, Inc 



Semora Name changed from Brooks and 

White Funeral Association, Inc 

Name changed from Brotherly Burial 

Association 

Name changed from Cedar Lumber 

Co .- 

Stock increased from $500,000 to 

$750,000-. 



Greensboro. 



Winston-Salem. 



Hendersonville, RFD 

Raleigh 

Penland 



Wilmington. 
Spruce Pine. 



Tarboro.. 
Gastonia. 
Gastonia . 



Beaufort 

Mooresville. 
Burnsville.. 



Location changed from Chimney Rock 

Paid in stock decreased to $13,000. . 

Change in classification of capital 
stock. 

Section 2 amended 

Location changed from Banner Elk 
to Spruce Pine 

Stock increased from $3,000,000 to 
85,000,000 

Name changed from Carothus & 
Settlemyer Funeral Home, Inc 

Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$500,000; corporate powers en- 
larged 



Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$100,000 

Name changed from Gavin's Burial 
Association, Incorporated , 

Stock increased from 2000 shrs. NPV 
to 3000 shrs. NPV 



3/12/38 
10/11/37 
11/16/37 

3/10/37 

8/28/37 

12/28/36 
2/15/37 

10/15/37 

12/29/37 
3/ 9/38 

11/16/36 

3/30/38 
5/11/38 
8/11/36 

12/28/36 

12/10/36 
12/10/36 

2/17/38 
4/24/37 

7/20/36 

11/ 5/36 

4/27/37 

1/ 2/37 

2/23/38 
3/22/38 
4/29/37 



56 Department of State 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 






Name changed from Central Burial 








5/ 7/38 




Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$50.000 




Charlotte 


8/ 5/37 




Stock increased from $151,000 to 
1510 shares of no par value; addi- 
tional to paragraph No. 8 added. _ 

Name changed from Charlotte Hud- 
son-Essex Company, Incorporated. 

Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$50,000 .. 




Charlotte Hudson Company, Incorporated 


Charlotte. 


8/22/36 




Charlotte 


7/14/37 






11/16/36 

4/ 8/37 




Stock increased to $236 , 000 

Authorizing preferred stock in addi- 
tion to any ah-eady issued not to 
exceed $200,000.- 


Phimnfty RopV Company 


Chimney Rock 

China Grove 

East Flat Rock 






5/27/37 




Stockincreased from $1500 to $25,000 
Stock increased to 4,000 shrs. NPV 
from 1,000 shrs.NPV.. 


3/26/37 








3/14/38 


Christian Community Mutual Burial So- 
ciety, Incorporated 


Name changed from Christian Com- 
munity Burial Society, Incorpo- 








4/20/38 




Common stock changed to shares of 






Charlotte 


12/15/37 


City Chevrolet Co. 


Stock increased from $95,000 to 
$132,500 








3/24/37 


Clapp-Coble Furniture Company 


Name changed from The Clapp- 
Trollinger, Kirkpatrick Furniture 






Leaksville.. 


7/13/37 


Clark Oil Company, Incorporated . 


Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$100,000 






Shelbv 


12/ 7/37 


Cleveland Cloth Mills Company 


Stock increased from $500,000 to 
$950,000 






High Point 


3/30/38 


Clover Brand Dairies, Incorporated, _ 


Name changed from High Point 








8/12/37 




Name changed from Williford Motor 








5/19/37 




Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$100,000 








7/ 3/37 


Commercial Printing Company 


Period of existence extended to "Un- 








3/ 9/38 


Commonwealth Hosiery Mills, Inc 


Stock increased from $125,000 to 
$400,000 






Concord 


1/25/37 


Concord and Kannapolis Gas Company. .. 


Stock decreased from $150,000 to 
$50,000 








8/ 9/37 


Concord Knitting Company 


Stock increased from $100 , 000 

Authorized stock increased from 
$150,000 to $250,000; paid in 
stock increased from $120,000 to 
$180,000 - 


12/16/37 










Charlotte 


9/16/37 


Cornelius Company, Inc., The 


Name changed from Joyce-Cornelius 
Company of Charlotte, N. C, Inc.. 

Capital stockdecreased from $1,000,- 
000 to $250,000 




Dacotah Cotton Mills, Inc 




5/19/37 






7/ 3/37 


Davidson Farmers Mutual Exchange, Inc- 


Stock increased from $975.00 to 
$50,000.00 








\2f 2/36 



Biennial Report 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



57 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


Denmark, The James W., Loan Fund, Inc. 


Wake Forest 

High Point 


Period of existence extended to un- 
limited; Section 1 amended to read 
$1,000,000 


8/31/37 




Location changed to Rocky Mount.. 


8/30/37 






12/16/37 




Charlotte _ 


Stock increased from $40,000 to 
$100,000 - . 








12/21/36 




Name changed from Reinecke-Dixon 
Construction Company 






Washington . . 


9/16/36 




Name changed from Beaufort Bot- 






Charlotte 


7/15/37 




Stock increased from $35,000 to 
$100,000 






Charlotte 


12/30/36 




Name changed from Earl Boomer- 
shine, Inc. 








2/21/38 


Drum, E. F., Mutual Burial Association, 


Name changed from E. F. Drum 








2/14/38 




Capital stock increased — Authorized, 
$50,000; Subscribed, $12,000 

Name changed from Dunn-Groce 
Funeral Finance Company 

Name changed from Duplin-Onslow 








11/16/36 






2/18/38 






2/25/38 




Capital structure reorganized 

Outstanding stock increased to 
$33,300 


10/ 1/37 


Durham Union Station Company 


Durham 








1/10/38 




Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$200,000 .. .. 






Greensboro . 


1/29/38 


El Moro Cigar Company 


Stock increased from $25,000 to 
$100,000 






HiUsboro 


1/31/38 


Eno Chevrolet Company 


Name changed from Cole Chevrolet 








12/29/36 




Location changed from Clayton, N. 

C. to Pittsboro, N. C 

Par value of stock $20.00 




Erwin Cotton Mills Company . . 


Durham 


2/10/38 
1/28/38 


Essex Investment Company . . 




Stock increased from 810.000 to 
$605,000; objects also amended... 






Asheville 

Shelby 


10/ 9/37 
10/15/37 




Stock increased from 4000 shrs 

Name changed from Durham Babies 
Milk Fund, Inc 

Name changed from International 
Supply Company 

Sections 3 & 4 amended; common and 


1/11/38 


Family Service Association of Durham, 


Durham.. 








12/ 9/37 


Federated Cooperative Exchange. Inc., The 


New Bern 


10/11/37 




High Point 


9/25/36 


Field-Motors, Incorporated 


Name changed from Field-Millner 






Hickory 

Gastonia 


4/20/38 


Flex- Knit Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Flint Manufacturing Co 


Stock changed from $100 per share 
to no par value — Name changed 
from Whetener Hosiery Mills, Inc., 
Authorized capital, 500 shrs.. NPV. 

Stock decreased from $1,500,000 to 
$745,600 


3/15/37 
9/ 3/37 



58 Department of State 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 

Foreign Missionary Society of the Morav- 
ian Church, South, Incorporated 

Forest Hills Farm, Incorporated 

Foster Shoe Co 

Fowler Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

The French-Allen Fuel Company 

French Broad Packing Co 

Gaston County Dyeing Machine Co 

The Gastonia Coca Cola Bottling Company 

Gastonia Insurance & Realty Company. .. 

Gastonia and Suburban Gas Company 

Gate City Transport Company 

Gibson-Howell Company, Incorporated. .- 

Gibson ville Development Company 

Goldsboro Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

Go- More Chevrolet Company 

Goodin-Drum Mutual Burial Association, 
Inc - 

Goodyear-Lennon Electrical Corporation . - 

Grabur Silk Mills, Inc 

Granite Machine Company 

Gray and Thompson Press, Incorporated. . 
Greene Brothers Lumber Company 

Greensboro Motor Car Company 

Grimes Realty Co.. 

Gunn Veneer and Lumber Company 



ADDRESS 



Winston-Salem 
Clemmons 

Burlington 

Walnut Cove.. 

Lumberton 

Asheville 

Stanly _. 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Greensboro 

Asheville 

Gibsonville 

Goldsboro 

Washington 

Maiden 

Lumberton 

Burlington 

Hickory 

Chapel Hill.... 
Ehzabethtown. 

Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Sanford 



AMENDMENT 



Objects changed 

Stock increased from 5000 shrs. to 
10,000 shares 

Sections 4, 5 and 6 stricken out and 
new section 4 inserted; period of 
existence extended to "Unlimited". 

Name changed from Fowler Benefit 
Burial Association, Incorporated -. 

Stock re-classified 

Name changed from Asheville Pack- 
ing Co., Inc 

Stock increased from SSO.OOO to 
$100,000.... 

Period of existence extended to "Un- 
limited" 

Par value of common stock reduced 
to $20.00 per share 

Stock decreased from $100,000 to 
$60,000 

Stock increased to $75,000 

Name changed from Harris-Gibson- 
Howell Company, Incorporated. .. 

Authorized capital increased to 
$125,000 

Name changed from Goldsboro Bur- 
ial Association, Incorporated 

Stock increased to $50,000 from 
$20,000 

Name changed from Goodin-Drum 
Furniture Company Mutual Bur- 
ial Association, Incorporated 

Name changed from Goodyear 
Futches Electrical Corporation 

Stock increased from $300,000 to 
$600,000 

Name changed from Wright Machine 
Company & principal office 
changed from Granite Falls 

Stock decreased from $45,000 to 
$20,000 

Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$300,000; principal office changed 
from Stedman 

Period of existence extended to ' 'Un- 
limited" 

Period of existence extended to un- 
limited years 

Period of existence extended for a 
period of 99 years from May 1 , 1938 



Biennial Report 59 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 



Hackney Bros. Body Company. 



Hammocks Mutual Burial Association, 
Incorporated 



Hanes Hosiery Mills Company 

Harris Mutual Burial Association, Inc 



Harris Poster Advertising Company 

Hartsell and Hartsell Mutual Burial Asso- 
ciation, Incorporated 



ADDRESS 



Wilson. 



Haverty Furniture Co. of .\she\'il!e. Inc. 



Hayes and Speas, Inc 

Haywood Housing Company 

Henderson Furniture Company. 
Henderson Grocery Company. .. 
The Henrietta Mills 



Home Benefit Mutual Burial Association, 







Homesley Che\Tolet Co., Inc . 


Cherry ville 


Homestead Securities Corporation. 


Charlotte 


Hood and Hester Funeral Home Company- 


Reids ville 


House Chevrolet Company . ._ _ 


Robersonville .. 


Howell Manufacturing Company 


Cherry ville 


Hudson-Belk Co. 




Huffman Oil Co., Inc 


Burlington 






Independence Corporation 


Charlotte 


Independence Finance and Development 




Corporation 


Charlotte. 



Stanley 

Winston-Salem. 

Monroe 

High Point 



Midland- 



Ashe ville. 



Elkin 

Canton 

Henderson. 
Henderson. 
Henrietta.. 



AMENDMENT 



Common capital decreased to S200 , 
000 



Name changed from Hammocks Bur- 
ial Finance Plan, Incorporated 

Stock increased from 52,000,000 to 
85,000,000 

Name changed from Union Burial 
Association, Inc 

Location changed from Lexington 

Name changed from Hartsell and 
Hartsell Burial Association. Incor- 
porated 

Stock increased from S25,000 to 
8100,000; Name changed from 
Haverty Furniture Co., Inc. to 
Haverty Furniture Co. of Ashe- 
ville, Inc 

Name changed from Reich-Hayes 
Boren, Inc 

Name changed from the Hope Hous- 
ing Company 

Stock increased from 825,000 to 
850,000 

Period of existence exterded for 40 
years from Aug. 1, 1935 

Stock increased to $2,175,0C0; Sub- 
scribed stock decreased toSl,337,- 
500 



DATE OF 
CHANGE 



Name changed from Home Benefit 
Burial Association, Inc 

Name changed from Homesley Walk- 
er Auto Co., Inc 

Stock changed from 8100. to no par 
value 

Name changed from Smith-Childress 
Funeral Home, Inc 

Name changed from House Motors, 
Incorporated 

Par value of stock changed to no par 
value 

Stock increased from 8100 , 000 . 00 to 
8300,000.00 

Stock increased from 850,000 to 
8100,000. 



Stock increased to 8200,000 

Stock decreased from 5500 shares of 
no par value to 2000 shares of no 
par value 



Outstanding Stock decreased from 
250 shares to 3 shares 



.-12/28/36 

3/22/38 

11/27/37 

4/ 5/38 
6/22/37 

5/24/38 

8/17/36 
3/16/37 
6/ 3/38 
8/14/37 
2/ 2/37 

8/19/37 

4/13/38 
8/11/36 
5/ 5/37 
1/ 3/37 
12/23/37 
6/28/37 
2/16/37 
2/27/37 
8/13/36 

2/18/37 

12/18/31 



60 Department of State 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


The Independent Ice Company 




Outstanding stock decreased from 
$200,000.00 to $50,000.00 by de- 
crease in par value of shares from 
$100.00 to $25.00- 






Greensboro . 


4/15/37 


International Hotels Company , Inc 


Common and Pref. stock created — 
$10.00 Pref. & $100.00 Common, 
P.V. ... 






Greensboro 


6/12/37 


International Hotels Company, Inc 


Stock re-classified 


11/15/37 




Charlotte 


Outstanding stock decreased to 
$300,000.00 - - 






Charlotte 


4/27/38 


J. B. Ivey & Company . 


Stock increased from $1,000,000.00 
to $1,100,000.00 






Jacksonville 


12/15/37 




Stock decreased from $50,000.00 to 
$20,000.00 . 






5/17/37 


Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Com- 


Stock increased from $1 ,000,000.00 
$2,000,000.00 






Statesville 


5/18/38 


Johnson Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. . 


Name changed from Johnson Burial 
Finance Company, Inc 






Charlotte... 


3/10/38 


Curtis B. Johnson Benevolent Association, 
Incorporated 




9/22/37 


Johnson & Johnson Co 


Raleigh 




12/14/36 






Name changed from The Salsbury 






Smithfield 


1/30/37 


Johnston Mutual Burial Assn., Inc 


Name changed from Johnston Burial 








3/11/38 


Jones Brothers Bakery, Inc 


Capital stock structure amended 

Name changed from Amerson Bos- 
well Co. 


1/ 3/38 


Joyner's Fimeral Home, Inc ... 








12/12/36 


Kelly Oil Company, Incorporated 


Capital stock structure amended 

Amended in re — officers and annual 
meetings .. 


1/ 4/38 


Kinston Public Library, Incorporated 


Kinston. .. 








6/ 1/37 


Kirchofer & Arnold, Inc . 


Stock increased from 1000 shares of 
n.p.v. to 2500 shares of no par 
value divided into common and 








10/19/36 


Kirkman Bros., Incorporated 


Stock increased from $15,000.00 to 
$50,000.00 








1/ 4/37 


Knight-Sugg Funeral Home, Inc 


Name changed from Knight-Ray 
Funeral Home ,Incorporated 

Stock increased from $350,000.00 to 
$450,000.00 




Knit Products Corporation . . 




7/ 7/37 






9/18/37 


Lady s Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. . 


Name changed from Lady's Burial 








3/21/38 


Lexington Grocery Company 


Authorized preferred stock reduced 
to $85 000.00 








10/13/36 


Lexington Telephone Company 


Period of existence extended to un- 






Liberty 


2/ 4/38 


Liberty Chair Co 


Stock decreased to $1 1 1 ,300.00 

Period of existence extended from 30 


7/10/36 


Liberty Telephone Company.. 






Winston-Salem 

Raleigh . 


10/21/37 


Liberty Warehousing Corporation 

Lightner's Mutual Burial Association. Inc. 


Common and preferred stock created 

Name changed from Wake County 

Burial League, Inc 


1/19/37 






2/23/38 



Biennial Report 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



61 



NAME 

The Lilly Company 

Lian-Wright Mutual Burial Association, 
Inc 

Linville Caverns, Inc 

The Linville Company 

Lizzie Gooch, Inc 

W. R. Waldron Motor Company 

Lumber and Building Supply Corporation 
W. C. Lyon Company 

Manufacturers & Jobbers Finance Corp.. 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Martin County Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 

McCalls' Mutual Burial Association, Inc._ 

McCann Motors, Inc 

McGehee Company, Incorporated, The.. 

McLaucblin Company 

McLean Insurance Agency, Inc 

Mebane-Royall Company 

Mitchell Distributing Company 

Modern Home Finance Company 

Moore Metals Co 

Mooring Motor Company, Inc 

Morris Telephone Company 

Mount Airy Mirror Co 

Mount Olive Pickle Company, Inc 

Mutual Cantaloupe Growers Exchange, 
Inc 

Myrtle Apartments Incorporated 



ADDRESS 
High Point 

Landis 

Marion 

Linville 

(or Wilmington) 
High Point 

Greensboro 

Beaufort 

Durham 

Shelby 

High Point 

Williamston 

Marion 

Charlotte 

Madison 

Raeford 

Asheville 

Mebane 

Spruce Pine 

Winston-Salem.. 
Charlotte 

La Grange 

Roxboro 

Mount Airy 

Mount Olive 

Norlina 

Charlotte 



AMENDMENT 

Stock increased from $150 000.00 to 
S250,000.00 

Name changed from Linn-Wright 
Burial Association 

Stock decreased from $100,000 to 
$50,000 

Name changed from Linville Im- 
provement Company 

Name changed from Gooch-Thomas, 
Inc 

Name changed from Lucas-Waldron 
Motor Company; par value shrs. 
changed to no par 

Stock decreased from $100,000.00 to 
$30,000.00 

Stock increased to $75,000 — Article 
3 

Stock increased from $100,000.00 to 
$500,000.00-... 

Stock decreased to $125,000 

Name changed from Martin County 

Burial Association, Inc 

Name changed from McCalls' Burial 

Association, Inc 

Name changed from Heath Motor 

Company, Incorporated 

Subscribed capital decreased to 

$34,500.00 

Period of existence extended to un- 
limited years 

Name changed from McLean-Booth 

& Company 

Common stock decreased from $25.00 

to $20.00 

Stock increased to $30,000.00 from 

$20,000.000 

Stock re-classified 

Stock increased from $50,000 to 

$75,000.00 

Stock increased from $10,000 to 

$50,000.00 

Stock increased by $50,000.00; Period 

of existence extended for 99 years 

from date 

Stock increased from $25,000.00 to 

$50,000.00 

Stock increased from $100,000 to 

$150,000 

Period of existence extended from 25 
to 50 years 

Amended Paragraphs 6 Subsect (e) 
(1) & par. 10 Subsect (b) 



DATE OF 
CHANGE 



2/24/37 

3/22/38 
10/ 1/37 
5/11/37 
8/10/36 

9/22/37 
2/23/38 
6/ 2/38 



7/30/37 

2/ 8/37 



3/10/38 

4/ 2/38 

1/ 2/37 

5/13/37 

1/15/38 

5/26/38 

4/20/38 

3/14/38 
6/ 7/38 

2/15/37 

7/ 6/36 

11/22/37 
8/10/36 
4/20/37 

7/16/37 
1/13/38 



62 Department of State 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


National Oil Co., Inc., The 


Wilmington 

Marion 

Statesville. 


Stock decreased from $2,000,000.00 
to $1,000,000 






10/ 8/36 


National Utilities Company of North 
Carolina, Incorporated 

National Utilities Co. of N. C. Inc ._ 


Stock decreased outstanding from 
500 shrs. n.p.v. to 28 shrs _ 

Location changed from Marion to 
Statesville 

Outstanding Stock increased from 28 
shrs. to 420 shrs. no par value 

Location changed from Bryson City 
to Franklin N. C. 


12/28/36 


National Utilities Co. of N. C, Inc 

Nantahala Power and Light Company 


Statesville 

Franklin 

Nashville 

Pilot Mountain 


2/10/37 
2/10/37 
9/16/37 


Nashville Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 


Name changed from The Nashville 
Burial Association, Inc. 


4/28/38 


Needham Mutual Burial Association. Inc.. 


Name changed from Needham Burial 
Finance Company, Inc. 


2/28/38 


Nelson Mutual Burial Association, Inc. .. 


Name changed from Nelson Burial 
Benefit Association, Incorporated. 

Name changed from Nicholson Fun- 
eral Finance Association, Incor- 
porated . . . .. 




Nicholson Mutual Funeral Association, 
Inc 




3/30/38 






3/30/38 


Nivens Construction Co 


Name changed from Nivens Realty 
Co. 








10/22/36 


Non-Metallic Minerals Corporation. 


Stock increased from $140,000.00 to 
$150,000.00 








5/15/37 


The North Carolina Baptist Foundation. 
Incorporated... 




11/13/37 


North Carolina Broadcasting Company, 
Inc. 




Stock increased from $100,000.00 to 
4000 shares of common stock of 








1/ 7/38 


North Carolina Fabrics Corporation 


Stock increased to 7,948 shares 


8/19/36 


North Carolina Fishers, Inc. 


Morehead City 

Raleigh 


7/18/36 


North Carolina Self-Help Corporation. _ . 


Shares of Capital stock increased 
from 5 to 7 . 






Charlotte 


6/16/37 


North State Fuel Company, Inc. . 


Name changed from Ballenger Bros. 






High Point 


9/ 5/36 


North State Telephone Company 


Stock increased from $550,000.00 to 
$800 000.00 








2/14/38 


Observer Fresh Air Camp, Inc ... . . 




8/20/37 


Onslow Trading Company, Inc . . . 


Jacksonville.. 


Subscribed capital decreased 

Name changed frcm Palmer Burial 


4/20/37 


Palmer Mutual Burial Association cf Al- 
bemarle, Inc. . 






Pates 


3/30/38 


Pates Supply Company, Inc. 


Stock increased from $100,000.00 to 
.$250 000.00 






Kings Mountain 


12/18/36 


Penix Mills, Inc. 


Stock increased to $425,000 


2/23/38 


Peoples Mutual Burial Association of 
Ahoskie, Inc 


Objects changed — Name changed 
from Peoples Burial Association 






Charlotte 


3/10/38 


Pettit Motor Company 


Stock increased from 100 shares to 
1 ,000 shares no par value 








1/ 7/37 



Biennial Report 63 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


Piedmont Machinery & Equipment Com- 




Stock increased from S25,000.00 to 
$250,000.00 






Greensboro 

Greenville 


12/31/37 


Piedmont Memorial Hospital, Inc 


Name changed from Clinic Hospital, 


1/28/38 


Pilot-Wilkerson Mutual Funeral Assoeia- 


Name changed from Pilot Funeral 

Finance Company. 

Name changed from Mid-South In- 








3/30/38 






5/ 1/37 


Pineland Junior College, Inc 

Pollock's, Inc. .-- - . 




4/ 2/37 


Asheville 

Fuquay Springs 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 


Stock increased from $75,000.00 to 
$400,000.00 






11/21/36 


Proctor-Barbour Company 

Public Service Liberty Club, Inc 


Common & preferred stock created. . 

Stock increased from $25,000.00 to 

1000 shares of N. P. V 


12/16/36 
9/16/37 




Par value common shares reduced to 
$1.00. Numbers of shares in- 
creased to 950,000 






Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 


8/21/37 


Queen City Candy Company, Inc 

Queen City Coach Company.. ... 


Objects increased amended Article 
No.3 

Principal office changed to Charlotte. 

Stock reduced to one class common 
of no par value . 


5/ 8/37 
8/17/37 


Raleigh Golf Association, Inc 


6/ 4/37 


Raleigh Motor Company 


Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$71,000. Paragraphs 2, 7 & 9 


9/16/37 


Raleigh Real Estate & Trust Company 


Stock decreased from $100,000 to 
$64,500 by reducing common 
stock to $10.00 per share _ 

Name changed from Sapona Frocks, 
Inc 

Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$100,000; name changed from 
Raney-Cline Motor Company 

Common and preferred stock created. 

Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$50,000 

Name changed from Reich Mutual 
Benefit Burial Association, Inc 

Name changed from Reins-Sturdi- 

vant Burial Association, Inc 

Stock increased to $500,000 and ob- 


8/ 4/36 


Raney-Miller Motor Company, Inc., The. 
Ranlo Manufacturing Company 


Salisbury 

Gastonia 


2/ 7/38 

12/30/36 
6/30/37 


Reich-Hayes-Boren Mutual Burial Asso- 


Elkin 


12/21/37 


Reins-Sturdivant Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 


North Wilkesboro . . . 

Mount Airy 

Reynolda 

Asheville 


2/23/38 


Renfro Hosiery Mills Company . 


4/13/38 




8/17/37 


Reynolda, Inc. 


Article III amended. 


12/14/37 


Richbourg Motor Company 


Authorized capital stock changed to 
1000 shares .. 


3/12/37 


Richmond County Mutual Burial Associa- 
tion, Inc 


Name changed from Richmond 
County Burial Association, Inc 

Location changed from Raleigh to 
Blowing Rock 




River Realty, Inc 


Blowing Rock _ . 


5/ 3/38 




6/ 6/38 



64 Department of State 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


Riverview Milling Company 


Norwood 

Enfield 

Roanoke Rapids 

Roanoke Rapids 


Period of existence extended to Un- 
limited 


2/ 4/38 




Article 9 amended _ . 


11/29/37 




Stock exchanged . - . 


3/19/37 






11/26/37 




Location changed from Roanoke Ra- 
pids to Littleton, N. C. 






Williamston 

Washington . . 


11/10/36 


Roanoke Mutual Burial Association, Inc... 


Name changed from Roanoke Burial 


2/19/38 


Roanoke Railroad & Lumber Company 


Stock decreased from S224,000 to 
$112,000 






Fayetteville 


12/22/37 


Rogers & Breece Mutual Burial Associa- 


Name changed from Rogers & Breece 






4/11/38 




Capital stock increased from 250 
shares to 1000 shares — no par value 

Stock decreased from $5,500,000 to 
$1400 000 




Rosemary Manufacturing Company 


Roanoke Rapids 

Charlotte 


5/ 2/38 
7/31/36 


Ross, F. H. & Company . . 


Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$200,000 






Rowland 


12/ 7/36 




Period of existence extended for 50 






7/10/37 




Name changed from Carolina Novel- 






Goldsboro - 


1/20/37 


Royall Furniture Company of Goldsboro, 


Name changed from Royall & Bar- 
due Furniture & Carpet Co.; com- 
mon and preferred stock created... 

Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$200,000; Name changed from Ru- 
lane Gas Company, Inc., to Rulane 
Gas Company; location principal 
office changed from Cherryville to 
Charlotte .. - 






Charlotte 


11/ 6/36 






1/ 4/38 




Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$15000 








1/29/37 




Paid in capital decreased from 
$30 000 to $10 000 






Charlotte 


10/21/36 






6/15/37 


Sandhill Furniture Corporation 


West End 


Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$100000 








12/ 8/36 




Name changed from Pinehurst 






Elizabeth City 


11/ 1/37 


Saunders Independent Corporation, The... 


Authorizing Preferred stock to be 
issued not to exceed $5000 

Stock increased from $3,100 to 
$40000 - 


5/31/37 




Charlotte 


12/14/36 




Stock increased to $150,000 


12/21/36 






Stock increased from $500,000 to 
$750 000 






High Point 


6/10/38 




Authorized stock increased to $150,- 
000 (Preferred stock) 






Kernersville 


4/28/37 


Smith, A. Clay, Inc 


Name changed from S. & R. Chev- 






12/17/37 


Smith Hardware Company, The 


Stock increased from $45,000 to 
$200,000 








12/ 7/37 



Biennial Report 65 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 
Smyre, A M. Manufacturing Company... 
Southern Bearings & Parts Company 

Southern Finance Corporation of Winston- 
Salem, N. C, Inc 

Southern Friction Material Company 

Southern Investment Company 

Southern Motors of Winston-Salem, Inc.. . 

Sparks Furniture Company, Inc 

Spence, H. D. Motor Company, Inc 

Spencer's Mutual Burial Association, Inc.. 

State Mutual Burial Association, Inc 

Statesville Cotton Mills, Inc 

Sterling Cotton Mills, Inc 

Stokol of North Carolina, Inc 

Stoneville Furniture Company, Inc 

Stonewall Mutual Burial Association, Inc. 

Stratford Hosiery Corporation 

Summersett Mutual Funeral Association, 
Inc - 

Sylva Army Store, Inc 

Tar Heel Mica Company, The 

Tayloe & Evans, Inc 

Terrell Machine Company, The _ 

Thomas Buick-Pontiac Company 

Tipton Mutual Funeral Association, Inc .. 

Tower Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Transportation, Inc 

Trivette Clinic, Inc 

Trustees of Guilford College 



ADDRESS 

Gastonia 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Salisbury. 

Banston. 

Roxboro 

Fuquay Springs 

Statesville 

Franklinton 

Greensboro 

Stoneville 

Charlotte 

Burlington 

Salisbury 

Sylva 

Plumtree 

Ahoskie 

Charlotte. 

Asheville 

Lenoir 

Burlington 

Charlotte. 

Hamptonville RFD 
Greensboro 



AMENDMENT 

Par value of common stock changed 
from $100 to $10 

Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$300,000; Corporate powers ex- 
tended - 

Name changed from Rockingham 
Auto Corporation 

Stock increased from 2000 shares to 
2450 shares 

Name changed from Louis G. Rogers 
& Company 

Name changed from Southern Mo- 
tors of Greensboro, Inc. 

Name changed from Sparks-Lam- 
pert Furniture Company 

Name changed from Spence-Gurley 
Motor Company, Inc 

Name changed from Spencer's Econ- 
omy Burial Association, Inc 

Name changed from Wake-Harnett 
Funeral Association, Inc 

Stock increased from $500,000 to 
$1,000,000.. 

Stock increased from 600 shares of 
no par value to 6000 shares of no 
par value.. 

Location changed from Winston- 
Salem, N. C 

Stock increased from $25,000 to 
$50,000 

Name changed from Stonewall Fun- 
eral Finance Company. 

Name changed from Stratford 
Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Name changed from Summersett 

Funeral Finance Company 

Name changed from Bradley's Inc.. 

Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$100,000 

Name changed from Whedbee Trans- 
fer Company 

Stock increased from $105,000 to 
$500000 

Name changed from Thomas Buick 
Company 

Name changed from Tipton Mutual 
Burial Association, Inc 

Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$300,000 

Stock re-classified 

Changed from stock to non-stock 

Number of Board of Trustees in- 
creased 



DATE OF 
CHANGE 



7/19/37 

9/23/36 

7/15/37 
11/28/36 
3/22/38 
7/ 1/37 
6/18/38 
1/ 5/37 
3/30/38 
2/15/38 
9/22/37 

2/ 3/37 
2/ 4/38 
6/30/38 
5/18/38 
6/ 9/37 



2/25/38 
6/ 2/37 



12/23/36 

1/ 4/37 

7/21/37 

4/25/38 

6/ 1/38 

12/21/37 
12/14/37 
7/ 6/36 

3/19/37 



66 Department of State 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


Tufts Chevrolet Company 


Chapel Hill. 


Stock increased from $10,000 to 
$100,000 






Charlotte 


12/15/36 


Twin Castles, Inc 


Articles changed in regard to divi- 
dends... . 






4/ 1/38 
11/26/37 


University Housing Corporation 


Paragraphs 2-3-6 and 10 amended... 
Authorized Capital increased to 1529 
&1429 


University Housing Corporation. 








5/27/38 
9/12/36 


Vann Motors, Inc 


Office changed from Greenville, N. C. 

Stock decreased from $100,000 to 
$10,000 


WNFR, Radio Station, Inc 


High Point 




Charlotte 


11/27/36 
12/28/36 


Wade, H. M., Manufacturing Company... 


Common stock decreased to $1,000. _ 
Name changed from White-Medlin 


Walden Motors, Inc 






Morehead City 


3/ 5/38 


Wallace Fisheries Company, Inc ... 


Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$100,000. 




2/14/38 


Watson Insurance Agency, Inc 


Name changed from Crawford & 
Company, Inc 




Wilson 


12/16/36 


Watson, R. P., Company 


Stock increased from $200,000 to 
$250,000 








7/26/37 


Watts Hospital, Trustees of 




2/26/37 
3/23/38 

9/ 8/36 


Wayne Mutual Burial Association, Inc 


Goldsboro 

Morehead City 


Name changed from Wayne Burial 


Webb, Earle W., Junior, Memorial, Inc 


Name changed from Earle Wayne 
Webb, Junior, Memorial, Inc. 
Section 4 amended 


Wharton & Company 


Stock decreased to 1000 shrs. of N. 
P. V. 








11/27/36 


Whedbee White Company, Inc. 


Name changed from Whedbee 






9/14/37 


Wheeler, A. W., & Son, Inc 




11/30/36 


White Furniture Company 




Artilces 4, 7, and 9 amended; Period 
of existence extended to unlimited. 

Preferred increased to 2000 shares 
N. P. V. — Common increased to 
500 shares $ 1 00 


White Ice Cream & Milk Company of 
Wilmington, Inc . 


Wilmington 

Whitakers .. 


5/14/38 




3/22/38 


White and Lassiter Timber Company 


Stock increased from $10,000.00 to 
$50,000.00.. 






Salisbury 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 


12/28/37 


White Packing Company. 


Stock increased from $100,000 to 
$150,000 - 






5/29/37 


Wiggins Auto Company. 


Location changed from Mebane 

Amended by changing stock to no 
par value 

Name changed from Wilkinson's 
Funeral Finance Association. Inc.. 

Stock increased from $50,000 to 
$70,000 

Stock increased to $200 000 


7/16/36 


Wiggins Auto Company . 


Wilkinson's Mutual Funeral Association, 
Inc . 


8/ 4/36 


Williams-Brownell Planing Mill Company 


Asheville 


3/25/38 


Wilson Manufacturing Corporation 


Wilson 

Winston-Salem 


1/ 3/38 
11/22/37 


Winston-Salem Journal Company 


Reduce book valueof no par common 
stock from $500,000 to $50 ,000... _ 


6/29/37 



Biennial Report 

TABLE B.— CORPORATIONS AMENDED— Continued 



67 



NAME 


ADDRESS 


AMENDMENT 


DATE OF 
CHANGE 


Whitley's Mutual Funeral Association, 


Kannapolis 

Greensboro 


Name changed from The H. B. Wil- 
kinson Company Burial Finance 
Association, Inc - 






2/16/38 


Wysong & Miles Company 


Authorized Stock decreased 


4/19/3& 




Name changed from Yopp Funeral 
Finance Corporation __ 








4/ 4/3* 



TABLE C 

CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED 



70 



Department of State 



TABLE C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 


DISSOLVED 


May- 


12. 193 


April 


2 


193' 


Nov. 


2 


193f 


Oct. 


25 


193' 


Oct. 


13 


193( 


Aug. 


2 


193 


Jan. 


12 


193f 


July 


8 


193f 


Feb. 


24 


193' 


Mar. 


2 


193J 


July 


6 


193" 


June 


11 


193S 


Mar. 


1 


193J 


April 


20 


193S 


Oct. 


30 


193f 


April 


1 


193J 


April 


13 


193" 


July 


31 


193" 


April 


9 


193f 


April 


19 


193 J 


Jan. 


19 


193f 


Mar. 


17 


193J 


Oct. 


6 


193" 


June 


28 


193J 


Jan. 


23 


193" 


Aug. 


14 


193f 


June 


23 


193" 


Mar. 


23 


193" 


Jan. 


5 


193 J 


Sept. 


11 


193" 


April 


22 


1935 


Dec. 


9 


193' 


April 


11 


193J 


July 


13 


193f 


June 


18 


193" 


July 


9 


193" 


Jan. 


27 


193f 


Feb. 


26 


193" 


Feb. 


11 


193' 


July 


13 


193e 


May 


19 


193 J 


May 


14 


193' 


April 


26 


193' 


May 


7 


193S 


June 


3 


193- 


Aug. 


27 


193' 


Dec. 


3 


1937 


Feb. 


5 


1937 


Feb. 


25 


193S 


Apr. 


2 


1937 


June 


14 


1937 


Apr. 


30 


1937 


Jan. 


19 


1936 


July 


6 


1937 


Nov. 


16 


1937 


Mar. 


30 


193S 



Aberdeen Company 

Acme Oil Company 

The Alarka Lumber Company 

Albemarle Fertilizer Company 

Albemarle Produce Company 

Albemarle Real Estate & Insurance Co._ 

AIe.\ander Amusment Park, Incorporated 

AUoway Cemetery Corporation 

AltaVista Mills, Incorporated 

American Benefit and Service Association, Inc.. 

American Junk & Wreckage Company 

Amity Heights Realty Company 

Andrews Builders Supply Company 

Andrews-Florida Corporation 

Ansonia Amusement Company 

Louis H. Asbury , Incorporated 

Asheboro Dry Cleaning Company 

Asher Hosiery Mills, Incorporated.- 

Asheville Post Card Company 

John Askew Company, Incorporated 

Atlantic Beach Hotel Company 

Atlantic Investment Company 

Automobile Insurance Specialists, Incorporated 

The Azalea Company 

Bank of Blowing Rock 

The Bargain Store Company 

Beaufort Realty & Investment Corporation 

Beauty Supplies, Incorporated 

Beaverdam Orchard, Inc 

Belk-Brown Company of Wilson Incorporated- 

R. J. Belk Company 

Bellevue Apartments, Inc 

Belvedere Hotel Operating Company 

Benson Holding Company 

Big Chief Medicine Company 

The Blue Bird Stores, Incorporated 

Blue Ridge Land Company 

Board of Trade of Lenoir, N. C, Inc 

Bowers Brothers Company 

Boylan Development Company 

M. C. Braswell, Inc 

Braxton Auto Service, Incorporated 

The Breneman Company 

Briggs Holding Corporation 

Brinkley's, Incorporated 

Brookford Mills Co 

Brookwood Realty Corporation 

Brunswick Supply Company 

Buice & Green, Inc 

Buncombe Holding Company 

Burke Cordage Company 

Burlington Mills Company, Incorporated 

Robert Burns, Incorporated. 

Bush Land Company 

Caldwell Oil Company, Incorporated 

Campbell's, Incorporated 



Aberdeen 

Southern Pines.. 

Bryson City 

Elizabeth City.. 
Elizabeth City.. 

Albemarle 

Forest City 

Red Springs 

Burlintgon 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Andrews 

Andrews 

Wadesboro 

Charlotte 

Asheboro 

Graham 

Asheville 

Raleigh 

Morehead City.. 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Asheville 

Blowing Rock... 

Madison 

Beaufort 

Raleigh ___ 

Hoffman, R.F.D 

Wilson 

Waxhaw 

Henderson ville__ 

Reidsville 

Benson 

Asheville 

La Grange 

Rutherfordton.. 

Lenoir 

Washington 

Raleigh 

Battleboro 

Whiteville 

Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Elk Park 

Brookford 

Wilmington 

Brunswick 

Winston-Salem. . 

Asheville 

Icard 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Lenoir 

Lenoir 

Charlotte 



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NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 


DISSOLVED 


May 


28, 1937 


June 


20 


,1938 


Dec. 


18 


,1937 


Mar. 


10 


,1938 


May 


21 


, 1937 


June 


28 


,1938 


Aug. 


4 


,1937 


Apr. 


22 


,1937 


Mar. 


15 


,1937 


Oct. 


10 


,1936 


Apr. 


26 


,1938 


Mar. 


2 


, 1937 


June 


2 


,1938 


Oct. 


13 


,1936 


Sept. 


22 


1937 


Oct. 


30 


1936 


Sept. 


13 


1937 


Aug. 


24 


1936 


Sept. 


22 


1937 


Jan. 


25 


1938 


May 


25 


1937 


April 


30 


1938 


Feb. 


2 


1937 


Feb. 


11 


1937 


Apr. 


1 


1937 


May 


15 


1937 


Nov. 


6 


1936 


May 


17 


1938 


Apr. 


26 


1938 


July 


27 


1936 


April 


16 


1938 


Dec. 


3 


1937 


May 


28 


1938 


Jan. 


15 


1938 


Feb. 


9 


1937 


Feb. 


3 


1938 


Apr. 


30 


1938 


July 


13 


1937 


Aug. 


31 


1936 


June 


22 


1938 


Jan. 


12 


1938 


Mar. 


15 


1938 


Jan 


13 


1937 


Jan 


12 


1938 


Jan. 


12, 


1938 


Oct. 


29, 


1937 


Dec. 


3, 


1937 


Feb. 


17, 


1938 


Aug. 


16, 


1937 


April 


23, 


1937 


April 27, 


1937 


July 


13, 


1936 


Aug. 


2, 


1937 


Aug. 


11, 


1937 


March 9, 


1938 


Feb. 


22, 


1938 



Cape Fear Oil Company 

Capehart and Chandler, Incorporated 

Capehart Cleaners, Incorporated 

Capital Coast Express Company 

Capital Leather & Findings Company, Inc 

Cardinal Amusement Company 

Carter and Company 

Carter Mills No. 1, Incorporated 

Carter Mills No. 2, Incorporated 

Cascade Rayon Mills, Inc 

Cash & Carry Stores, Inc 

Castevens Motor Company 

Catawba Furniture Co 

Carolina Air Transport, Inc 

Carolina Building <fe Supply Company 

Carolina Cotton & Land Company 

Carolina Insurance Underwriters, Inc 

Carolina Oil Company 

Carolina Oil Heating Co., Inc 

Carolinas Radio, Incorporated 

Carolina Railroad Company 

Carolina Real Estate Company 

Carolina Truck & Trailer Company, Incorporated.. 

Cecil-Simpson Drug Company 

Central Falls Manufacturing Company 

Central Lumber & Timber Company 

Central Realty Corporation 

Charlotte Dr. Pepper Bottling Company 

Charlotte Engraving Company 

Charlotte Feed and Gin Company 

Charlotte Ice Company. 

Charlotte- Raleigh Bus Line, Incorporated 

Chestnut Heights, Incorporated 

Chimney Rock Camp, Incorporated 

Citizen Broadcasting Company 

City Dairy Farm, Incorporated 

City Ice & Storage Company 

City Optical Company 

City View Development Company 

Clarice Shops, Incorporated 

Coble Dairy Products, Inc 

R. A. Coble Hosiery Mill, Inc 

Cole Service-Loan Insurance Corporation 

Coleys Shoe Rebuilders, Incorporated 

Colimibia Amusement Company 

Columbus Mutual Exchange. 

Conamonwealth Coal Corporation 

Community Motors, Incorporated 

Concord Furniture Company 

The Colonial Distributing Company, Incorporated. 

Columbia Produce Exchange, Incorporated 

Continental Realty Company 

Cono ver Athletic Corporation 

Consolidated Construction & Building Co., Inc 

Consolidated Mica Company 

Cooper and Shaw, Incorporated 



Wilmington 

Charlotte 

Oxford 

Clayton 

Raleigh 

Asheville 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton 

TaylorsviUe 

Burlington 

Elkin 

Sparta 

Marion 

Burlington 

Rocky Mount 

Gary sburg 

Charlotte 

Lincolnton 

Ahoskie ._ 

Charlotte 

Kinston 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

High Point 

Ossipee 

Charlotte 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Albemarle 

Ashford 

Chimney Rock 

Asheville 

Durham 

Hendersonville 

Wilmington 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Lexington 

Burlington 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Columbia 

Tabor 

Greensboro 

Fayetteville 

Concord 

North Wilkesboro. 

Columbia 

Durham 

Conover 

Durham 

Spruce Pine 

Greensboro 



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NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 
DISSOLVED 



Coatner and Daniel, Inc - 

The Courier Publishing Company 

Crandall, Incorporated 

Creawell Produce Exchange, Incorporated 

Crowell-Lowe Motor Company, Incorporated 

Curlee's, Incorporated 

Currituck Exchange, Incorporated 

J. H. Cutter & Company, Inc 

Cutter Realty Company... 

The M. L. Daniels Oil Co., Inc 

Davidson Ice and Fuel Company 

Davidson Real Estate Company 

Delight Gin Company 

The DeVane Lumber Company 

Dick Paint Company 

Dildy Hardware and Roofing Company. 

Dilling Mills Company 

Dixie Baking Company, Incorporated 

Dixie Dairy Products, Incorporated 

Douglas and Sing, Incorporated 

W. I. C. Dress and Beauty Shop, Incorporated 

Duchess Fabrics Corporation 

Duck Island, Incorporated 

Dunn Furniture Company of Selma, Incorporated 

Durham Fruit & Produce Company 

Durham Iron Works, Inc... 

Durham Mattress Company 

Eastern Insurance & Realty Company 

East Side Realty Company 

Edenton Investment Company 

Edgerton Oil Company 

Ediphone Service Company 

Efland Hosiery Mills, Inc 

Elizabeth City Hotel Corporation 

Elk-Dixie Furniture Company 

Ellenboro Manufacturing Company 

The Ellis Hosiery Mills, Incorporated 

Ervin Wholesale Grocery Company 

Fairfield Company 

Fairfield Canal & Turnpike Company... _. 

Fair Price Food Store, Incorporated 

Farmers Cooperative Warehouse Association of China Grove 

Farmers Gin Company 

Farmer's Gin and Mercantile Co 

Farmers Hardware Company. 

Farmers Oil M ill Company 

Farmers & Planters Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Farmers Supply Company of Angier, Inc 

Farmers Supply Company of Dunn, Incorporated 

Federal Oil Company.. 

Fidelity Investment Company 

Finley Park Company 

Samuel J. Fisher, Incorporated. 

Flanagan Printing Company, Incorporated 

Fletcher Supply Company 

Floyd-Anderson Drug Co 



Lincolnton 

Roxboro 

Tryon 

Creswell 

Roxboro 

Greensboro 

Currituck 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Manteo 

Davidson 

Lexington 

Rt. 1 Lawndale.. 

Fayetteville 

Winston-Salem. . . 

Wilson 

Kings Mountain.. 

Forest City 

Morehead City... 

Charlotte _. 

High Point 

States ville 

Manteo 

Selma 

Durham 

Durham 

Durham 

New Bern 

Charlotte 

Edenton... 

Goldsboro 

Greensboro 

Efland 

Elizabeth City.- - 

Lexington 

Ellenboro 

Hickory 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Fairfield 

Winston-Salem. . . 

China Grove 

Stanfield 

Sandy Plains 

Scotland Neck 

Nashville 

Chadburn 

Angier 

Dunn 

Clayton 

Reidsville 

North Wilkesboro 

Asheville 

Hendersonville 

Fletcher 

Fair Bluff 



April 26 
March 8 
Jan. 19 
April 19 
Nov. 15 
June 20, 
April 27 
April 22 
May 19 
Mar. 21 
June 7 
Feb. 17 
Sept. 11 
April 23 
April 13 
April 26 
Mar. 15 
April 7 
April 1 
April 23 
June 14 
April 1 
Jan. 12 
Feb. 19 
Oct. 30 
Oct. 29, 
June 16 
June 4 
June 29 
Jan. 7, 
April 7 
April 29 
Mar. 28 
Sept. 12 
Dec. 31 
Dec. 17 
May 25 
Feb. 10 
June 27 
June 7 
Mar. 5 
July 28 
Mar. 11 
Mar. 17 
Oct. 24 
April 8 
April 20 
April 23 
Jan. 22 
May 28 
April 5 
April 23 
April 7 
March 8 
Aug. n 
Jan. 23 



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TABLE C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 


DISSOLVED 


Feb. 17,193" 


Dec. 30 


193f 


April 27 


193f 


Aug. 31 


193f 


May 8 


193' 


May 18 


193" 


April 15 


193J 


Feb. 26 


193J 


Dec. 18 


193' 


June 15 


193J 


May 20 


193f 


May 5 


1935 


April 27 


193i 


April 23 


193' 


Feb. 23 


193S 


Feb. 3 


193' 


Mar. 24 


193' 


June 28 


193 


May 18 


193 


April 1 


193 


Feb. 5 


193 


March 5 


193S 


March 9 


193 


July 13 


193t 


Aug. 14 


193f 


March 5 


193J 


Nov. 13 


193e 


Jan. 12 


193' 


Feb. 1 


193J 


April 27 


193J 


Feb. 12 


193i 


Oct. 8 


193' 


Mar. 15 


193J 


Sept. 27 


193' 


Jan. 8 


193' 


June 30 


193' 


Jan. 23 


193' 


Oct. 6 


193' 


Aug. 17 


193- 


Feb. 11 


193S 


May 22 


193' 


April 7 


193' 


Sept. 9 


1936 


Oct. 27 


1936 


Sept. 3 


1936 


Nov. 30 


1936 


Feb. 24 


1937 


April 27 


193' 


May 25 


1935 


June 16 


1937 


Dec. 24 


1936 


April 29 


193S 


Nov. 3 


1936 


May 12 


1938 


Dec. 29 


1937 



Foreman-Stock Farms, Inc 

Porrest-Rhodes Company 

D. R. Foster, Incorporated 

Foster Knitting Company 

Fountain Cotton Mills, Inc 

Friendly Realty Company 

Furniture Buildings, Incorporated 

General Tire and Petroleum Corporation 

Crlanton Veneer Company 

P. D. Gold Publishing Company. 

George C. Goodman Company 

Gossett Machine Works, Incorporated 

Grantham Horse & Mule Co 

Grantsboro Milling Company 

Greensboro Ice and Fuel Company 

Greensboro Life Insurance Company 

Greensboro Manufacturing Company, Incorporated 

Greensboro Mortgage Loan Company 

Greensboro Orange Crush Bottling Company 

Greensboro Weaving Company 

Greenville Theatre Company 

Grier Cotton Company 

Griswold Insurance Company 

J. A. Groves Grocery Company 

V. J. Guthery & Sons, Incorporated 

Guthrie Transfer & Produce Company, Incorporated 

Hackney Oil Company 

Hadley Farms, Incorporated 

Halifax Amusement, Incorporated 

Hall and Company 

Hamilton-Irving Furniture Company 

Hancock Grocery Co 

Hancock Service Station, Inc 

Hanes Chair and Table Company 

Harris Operating Corporation 

Heck Motors, Incorporated 

Henderson Ice Company 

Henderson Vulcanizing Company 

Dr. L. J. Herring Implement Company 

High Hampton, Incorporated 

High Point Grocery Co 

Hinkle-Lancaster Book Company, Incorporated 

Hobbs and Ward, Inc 

Hobgood Gin, Incorporated 

Hoke Lumber Co.__ 

Holding Funriture Company 

Holt, Love & Smith, Incorporated 

Home Construction Company. 

Home Furniture Company of Scotland Neck, Incorporated 

Home Ice and Fuel Company 

Hood & Gresham Furniture Company 

Hoppe Motors Building, Incorporated 

Hudson Realty Company 

Hunt Brothers, Incorporated 

Hunt-Moffatt Realty Company 



Elizabeth City.. 
Winston-Salem.. 

Wilmington 

Burlington 

Tarboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Raleigh 

Whiteville 

Wilson 

Mooresville 

Gastonia 

New Bern 

Grantsboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Statesville. 

Durham 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Cameron 

Wilson 

Pittsboro-RFD. 
Roanoke Rapids 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Winston-Salem.. 

Wilmington 

Mocksville 

Rutherfordton.. 

Wilson 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Wilson 

Cashiers 

High Point 

Winston-Salem.. 

Eden ton 

Hobgood 

Dundarrach 

Wake Forest 

Burlington 

Durham 

Scotland Neck.. 

Mocksville 

Oxford 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Lexington 



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TABLE C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 


DISSOLVED 


May 17, 193S 


Jan. 26 


193- 


Dec. 1 


193' 


Jan. 7 


193" 


Aug. 16 


193' 


April 23 


193' 


March 2 


193' 


Feb. 24 


193' 


July 13 


193f 


Jan. 19 


193f 


June 8 


193 J 


Mar. 25 


193f 


Jan. 4 


193' 


Aug. 19 


193' 


Feb. 23 


193i 


July 24 


193( 


May 31 


193' 


May 28 


193' 


July 22 


193( 


Jan. 19 


193 J 


Jan. 19 


193f 


July 2 


193t 


May 25 


193' 


Jan. 19 


193f 


March 9 


193' 


Dec. 30 


193f 


May 1 


193' 


March 8 


193f 


June 18 


193f 


Feb. 13 


193' 


May 5 


193f 


April 27 


1936 


Sept. 19 


193£ 


April 1 


193' 


April 30 


193/ 


Aug. 26 


1936 


Dec. 30 


1936 


May 5 


193J 


Nov. 15 


1937 


May 5 


1935 


April 23 


1937 


Jan. 7 


1937 


July 28 


1937 


June 18 


193S 


April 23 


1937 


Oct. 18 


1937 


Oct. 29 


1936 


June 22 


1938 


May 11 


1938 


Aug. 27 


1937 


let. 12 


1937 


Mar, 21 


1938 


Oct. 23 


1937 


April 27 


1938 


Aug. 14 


1936 


Nov. 5 


1938 



Hutchens and Merritt, Incorporated 

Hutchinson Drug Store, Inc 

Independent Vegetable Growers Mutual Association 

The Industrial Corporation 

Industrial Discount Corporation 

Interstate Theatres, Inc 

Inverness Mills Co 

Iredell Realty Corporation 

Jackson Hardware Company, Incorporated 

Jacob Levy Company, Incorporated 

Johnston's Jewelers, Inc 

K. B. Johnson & Sons, Incorporated 

Jones & Frasier Company 

Julian Milling Company 

Kaf er's Baking Company 

Kelly Brothers, Incorporated 

Kelley Paper Company, Incorporated 

Kenansville Drug Company 

Kenmoor, Incorporated 

Kennerly Transfer Company 

Key City Land and Insurance 

Keystone Motor Company 

Kinston Carolina Railroad Co 

Kirby's, Incorporated 

Kitchin & Walston, Incorporated 

Kand S Trucking Company 

Laborers Recreation Club, Inc 

Lassiter Hardware Company 

Laughlin Chevrolet Company 

Leaksville Oil & Gas Company 

Lee Hardware Company 

Lewis Motor Company 

Lexington Oil Company 

Lexington Silk Mills, Incorporated 

Lexington Throwing Company 

Liberty Hosiery Mills, Incorporated 

Life-Tex Corporation 

Liledoun Mills, Incorporated 

The Littleton Tobacco Warehouse Co 

Lock- Knit Hosiery Mills Company 

Loftin Company, Incorporated 

Long Creek Lumber Company .-. 

Loray Light & Power Company 

Lumberton Warehouse Corporation 

McLean Farms, Incorporated -. 

MacMillan & Cameron, Incorporated 

The Mack Oil Company 

The Makenworth Co 

Marianne Laboratories, Incorporated 

Marion Dry Cleaning Company 

Market Center, Incorporated 

Marsh-Hough Rental and Insurance Company 

Marshall Lumber Company 

Marshall 0. Chevrolet Co., Inc 

Martin & Company, Incorporated 

Martin's Drug Store, Incorporated 



Mount Airy 

Elizabethtown 

St. Helena __ 

Lexington 

Asheville 

Henderson 

Winston-Salem... 

Burlington 

Sylva 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Cairo 

Durham 

Julian 

New Bern 

Mooresville 

Winston-Salem. _ . 

Kenansville 

Raleigh 

States vi lie 

North Wilkesboro 

Charlotte 

Kinston 

Gastonia 

Scotland Neck 

Graham 

Lexington 

Rocky Mount 

High Point 

Leaksville 

Sanford 

Fayetteville 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Burlington 

Burlington 

Greensboro 

Taylorsville 

Littleton 

High Point 

Durham 

Winston-Salem... 

Loray 

Lumberton 

East Lumberton.. 

Wilmington 

Enfield 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Marion 

Rocky Mount 

Charlotte 

Old Fort 

Lincolnton 

Tarboro 

Canton 



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TABLE C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 
DISSOLVED 



Master Chevrolet Company 

W. F. Mauldin, Inc 

Mayfair Mills, Incorporated 

Meadows Fertilizer Company 

0. F. Meadows Sheet Metal Works, Incorporated. 

Mercantile and Loan Corporation 

The Merchants Grocery Company 

Mewborn Jewelry Company 

Midland Oil Company 

Miles Hotel Corporation 

Milton Bridge Company 

Moffit and Cox U. S. Army Store, Incorporated.-. 

Mohawk Transportation Company 

Moore County Securities Corporation 

Fred H. Moore, Incorporated 

C & H Motor Company 

Motor Finance Corporation 

M. & S. Motor Company 

Mount Gilead Cotton Oil Co 

Murray Insurance Agency, Incorporated 

Murray Sales Company 

Mutual Paper Box & Products Co 

The Nalle Clinic, Incorporated 

H. G. Nash & Company 

National Negro Finance Corporation 

Nelson's Auto Supply Stores, Incorporated 

New Bern Monumental Works, Incorporated 

New Bern Publishing Company, Incorporated 

The New Globe, Incorporated 

New River Lumber Company 

J. H. Newsom, Incorporated 

New System Laundry Company 

New Williams Mill Company 

J. B. Nolan Company 

Northampton Realty Company 

North Carolina Bessemer Co 

N. C. Brokerage Company 

North Carolina Enterprises, Incorporated 

North Carolina Theatrical Corporation 

The North East Land and Timber Company 

North State Hotel Company 

R. J. Noyes Lumber Company 

Oak City Steam Laundry Company 

O. Henry Hotel, Incorporated 

Old South Lines, Incorporated 

Oleander Development Co 

Olympia Candy-Kitchen, Inc 

H. L. Owen, Incorporated 

Oxford Buggy Company 

Oxford Steam Laundry & Dry Cleaning Company 

Ozark Investment Company 

Pamlico Chemical Co 

Pamlico Sea Foods, Incorporated 

Paramount, Incorporated 

Parisien Dry Cleaning Company 

Parker Drug Company 



Tabor 

Wilmington 

Burlington 

New Bern 

Asheville 

Thomasville, Rt. 1 

Oxford 

Kinston 

Lincoln ton 

Morehead City 

Milton 

Rockingham 

Lake Landing 

Aberdeen 

Asheville 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Troy 

Mount Gilead 

Durham.. ._ 

Kinston 

Weldon 

Charlotte 

Monroe 

Durham 

Gastonia 

New Bern 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Goldsboro 

Littleton 

Leaksville 

North Wilkesboro 

Shelby 

Jackson 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Durham 

Clinton 

Raleigh 

Marion 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Wilmington 

Asheville 

Rocky Mount 

Oxford.. 

Oxford 

Gastonia 

Washington 

Vandemere 

Greensboro 

Asheville 

Raleigh 



May 28 
Nov. 18 
Nov. 14 
Nov. 20 
Sept. 22 
Jan. 27 
April 29 
Dec. 11 
Aug. 9 
Oct. 13 
Feb. 5 
Jan. 20 
June 2 
Oct. 14 
Mar. 5 
Aug. 14 
Oct. 27 
Jan. 17 
Aug. 31 
June 7 
Dec. 30 
April 26 
April 16 
April 23 
Jan. 4 
Aug. 7 
Nov. 3 
Jan. 23 
April 23 
Jan. 14 
Oct. 19 
March 2 
Aug. 30 
March 6 
Feb. 2.5 
April 7 
Feb. 27 
Sept. 16 
May 7 
Aug. 26 
Feb. 19 
Oct. 8 
Aug. 14 
April 23 
April 5 
Sept. 1 
Mar. 18 
Sept. 9 
July 24 
Aug. 2 
June 23 
July 6 
Aug. 30 
May 20 
April 23 
May 30 



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NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 
DISSOLVED 



Parnell Bonded Warehouse, Incorporated 

Patterson Apartments, Incorporated.. 

Patton Avenue Corporation 

Pee Dee Chevrolet Company 

Peerless Supply Co., Incorporated 

S. Peirson Company 

Pell Cotton Company 

The Peoples Bank of East Spencer 

Perry's Drug Store, Inc 

Perry Motor Company, Incorporated 

Phillips-Harris Tire Company 

Piedmont Housing Corporation 

Piedmont Letter Shop, Inc 

Piedmont Manufacturing Company 

Piedmont Sundries Company 

Piedmont Transportation Company, Incorporated 

Pierce and Formy Duval, Incorporated 

Pilot Laundry Machinery Company 

Pine Drug Company 

Pitt & Greene County Electric Membership Corporation 

Pitt Supply Company 

Pitt Tobacco Company 

J. P. Plotkin & Company 

Plymouth Motor Company, Incorporated 

Pollock's Family Shoe Store, Incorporated 

Poplar Realty Company, Inc 

Premier Fertilizer Company 

Properties Preferred, Incorporated _ 

Property at Pinehurst, Inc 

Prudence Company, Incorporated 

Public Realty Company 

Quality Bakery, Inc 

Queen City Lines, Incorporated 

The R. E. Quinn Co., Incorporated 

Rainey Hospital, Incorporated 

Raleigh Laundry, Incorporated 

The Randolph Press, Incorporated 

Rankin Ice Cream Company 

Rayon Fabrics Corporation 

Reidsville Rayon Mills, Incorporated 

Rex Smith Guano Company. 

Richardson Drug Company 

Riverbend Realty Company 

Roaring River Casket Company, Incorporated 

Robeson Bond and Mortgage Company 

Rock Wool Insulating Company 

M. D. Rose Company 

W. T. Rose Builders Supply Company 

Dr. N. Rosenstein and Son, Inc 

Ross Realty Company 

Roughedge Farmer's Mercantile Co 

The Rouzer Motor Company, Incorporated 

Rowan General Hospital, Inc 

St. Helena Cooperative Truck Growers Association, Incorporated 

Sanford Furniture Company 

Scoggins Amusement Corporation 



Parkton 

Charlotte 

Asheville 

Rockingham. __ 

Raleigh 

Enfield 

Charlotte 

East Spencer... 

Charlotte 

Elizabeth City. 

Durham 

Burlington 

Durham 

Mount Airy 

Charlotte 

Salisbury 

Hallsboro 

Mt. Airy 

Raleigh 

Farmville 

Greenville 

Greenville 

Winston-Salem. 

Plymouth 

Asheville 

Charlotte 

Dunn 

Burlington 

Pinehurst 

Winston-Salem. 

Charlotte 

Winston-Salem. 

Charlotte 

Durham 

Burlington 

Raleigh 

Asheboro 

Winston-Salem. 

Burlington 

Burlington 

Pilot Mountain 

Goldsboro 

Mount Holly. - 
Roaring River. 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

Goldsboro 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Monroe 

Salisbury 

Salisbury 

St. Helena 

Sanford 

Charlotte 



Dec. 7 
June 8 
June 20 
Jan. 19 
Nov. 30 
July 13 
April 8 
Sept. 24 
Oct. 27 
Dec. 29 
April 2 
April 30 
Mar. 19 
Nov. 8 
April 23 
Feb. 7 
March 3 
May 17 
Jan. 15 
Aug. 27 
June 29 
July 13 
May 26, 
June 2 
May 28, 
Dec. 20 
Oct. 25 
Jan. 19 
Jan. 19 
Feb. 17 
March 5 
June 2 
Oct. 30 
April 27, 
Aug. 27 
Aug. 4 
Dec. 30 
April 29 
April 1 
April 1 
May 24 
April 23 
April 29 
Nov. 27, 
Dec. 21 
May 13 
March 3 
June 3 
Aug. 4 
May 28 
Mar. 27 
May 1 
Dec. 14 
Jan. 10 
May 31 
Jan. 19 



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TABLE C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 


DISSOLVED 


April 22, 193' 


April 27 


193 


Sept. 9 


193f 


March 5 


193 


April 21 


193( 


Nov. 10 


193( 


April 2 


193 


Jan. 19 


193i 


Sept. 17 


193 


June 1 


193 


May 21 


193 


Sept. 15 


193 


Oct. 1 


193 


Aug. 18 


193 


May 3 


193 


April 5 


193 


June 10 


193 


Aug. 20 


193 


April 1 


193 


Nov. 19 


193 


Oct. 12 


193 


Oct. 7 


193 


Sept. 29 


193 


Oct. 29 


193 


April 7 


193S 


May 3 


193 


Oct. 15 


193 


Feb. 25 


193 


April 8, 


1935 


Dec. 21 


193t 


May 30 


193 J 


April 7 


193f 


Sept. 11 


193' 


June 6 


193S 


July 2 


193( 


Sept. 9 


193- 


Nov. 2 


193' 


April 30 


193J 


May 5 


193' 


Sept. 17 


193' 


Oct. 6 


193( 


Aug. 4 


193' 


April 9 


193f 


June 21 


193' 


Mar. 11 


193' 


Feb. 3 


193" 


Jan. 19 


193J 


June 14 


193' 


Nov. 10 


193e 


April 8 


193' 


Sept. 1 


193£ 


June 14 


193' 


June 1 


193' 


Mar. 15 


1937 


Aug. 20 


1935 



Scomond Realty Company 

Scotch Grove Gin Company 

Scotland Neck Ice Company, Incorporated 

Selma Hayo Kola Bottling Company 

Shaw Manufacturing Company, Incorporated 

Sherrilllce & Fuel Company 

Sherrill Realty Company 

Sherwood Mills, Incorporated 

Shields Company 

Shipping Room Service, Incorporated 

Show Shop Theatre, Inc 

W. A. Simon, Incorporated 

Skibo Community Ginning Company 

The Skyland Hotel Company 

Skyline, Incorporated 

Smith's, Incorporated 

Snuggs Lumber Company 

Southern Cotton Products Corporation 

Southern Dyers, Incorporated 

Southern Gas & Oil Company 

Southern Loan & Realty Co 

Southern Real Estate Co 

Southern Vending Machine Company 

Southland Automotive Company, Incorporated 

The Southland Oil Company 

Spence Auto Company, Incorporated 

Spruce Pine Mica, Incorporated 

The Stamey Company 

Standard Theatre Supply Company 

Wade H. Stanley, Inc 

Stein-Bridge Building Corporation 

Smith and Brown, Incorporated 

The Stag Home, Incorporated 

Statesvilie-Salisbury Coach Company 

Staple Development Company 

Stephenson Amusement Company ___ 

Studebaker Sales of North Carolina, Incorporated 

Sunset Estate Company 

Surry Sales Company 

Sutton Motor Company 

Taylor's, Incorporated 

Teague Home Furnishings, Incorporated. 

Terry Stone Company 

Textile Outlet Stores, Inc - 

Textile Spindle and Roll Corporation 

Thies-Smith Realty Company 

Thomas-Culpepper Drug Company 

Thompson Brothers, Incorporated 

Thompson Hosiery Mills, Incorporated 

Thompson-Wooten Oil Company 

Thorson School of Beauty Culture and Rosebud Beauty Shoppe, 

Incorporated 

J. A. Tingle Brokerage Company 

Towel City Motor Company... 

Townsend Insurance & Realty Company. 

Tryon Realty & Insurance Company 



Winston-Salem 

Laurinburg 

Scotland Neck 

Selma 

Charlotte 

Hickory 

Asheville 

Maiden 

Scotland Neck 

Charlotte 

New Bern 

Wilmington 

Fayetteville, Rt. 3 

Charlotte 

Hendersonville 

Asheville 

Albemarle 

Charlotte 

Burlington 

Wilmington 

Henderson. -_ 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

High Point 

Greensboro 

La Grange 

Spruce Pine 

Fallston 

Greensboro 

Four Oaks... 

Fayetteville 

Roduco 

Spencer 

States ville 

Charlotte 

Henderson 

Greensboro 

Asheville 

Mt. Airy 

Kinston 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Charlotte 

North WiLkesborO- 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Henderson 

Watha.. 

Graham 

Goldsboro 

Greenville 

Alliance 

Kannapolis 

Wilson 

Tryon 



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TABLE C— CORPORATIONS DISSOLVED— Continued 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



DATE 


DISSOLVED 


Jan. 


10, 1938 


April 27 


,1937 


June 


16 


,1937 


Dec. 


28 


1937 


July 


13 


1936. 


Aug. 


14 


1936 


April 


16 


1938 


June 


1 


1937 


April 


8 


1937 


Nov. 


3 


1937 


Dec. 


13 


1937 


Oct. 


27 


1937 


April 27 


1937 


Jan. 


21 


1937 


Sept. 


23 


1937 


April 


27 


1938- 


July 


24 


1936 


Feb. 


19 


1938- 


June 


7 


1937 


May 


27 


1937 


May 


1 


1937 


April 


27 


1937 


Dec. 


17 


1937 


Aug. 


20 


1937 


May 


25 


1938. 


Jan. 


10 


1938 


Oct. 


2 


1937 


Aug. 


22 


1937 


Aug. 


4 


1937 


May 


24 


1937 


April 


12 


1937 


June 


28 


1938, 


Oct. 


10 


1936 


May 


11 


1937' 


April 


5 


1938 


April 


27 


1937 


April 


27 


1937 


Oct. 


7 


1937 


Oct. 


8 


1937 


Oct. 


8 


1937 


Aug. 


23 


1937 


Oct. 


23 


1937 


April 30 


1938 


June 


4 


1938 


Oct. 


29 


1936 


July 


14 


1937 


April 


23 


1937 


May 


28 


1937 



Twin City Auto Parts, Incorporated 

Twin City Dry Cleaning Company 

Twin City Motor Company 

Unaka Timber Company 

Union Republican Publishing Co 

The United Furniture Company 

The United Sales Company 

Virginia-Carolina Power Company 

The Vogue Fur Storage Co 

Vogue Ready to Wear Shoppe, Inc 

The H. L. Vollers Company. 

Wadesboro Clothing & Shoe Company 

The Ward Drug Company 

Ward Telephone Line, Incorporated 

Warrenton Department Store Company 

Warsaw Motor Company, Inc 

Watson's Pharmacy, Incorporated 

Waynesville Hardware Company 

B. C. Weill, Inc 

Weldon Novelty Manufacturing Company 

Wendell Publishing Company 

Wendell Trading Co.___ 

West End Development Company 

Western Carolina Creamery, Incorporated 

Whelan Drug Co., Incorporated 

Gilbert C. White Company - 

E. T. Whitehead Company 

Whitehurst & Sons, Incorporated 

Whiteville Laundry, Incorporated 

Whitnel Cotton Mills Co 

Wilbur Cotton Mills, Incorporated 

W. P. Williford Company *. 

Wilson Clinic, Incorporated 

Wilson Development Company 

Frank Wilson's, Incorporated 

Wilson Implement Company 

Wimberley and Gregory, Incorporated 

Winfield-Hoell Motor Company, Incorporated.. 

Winston-Salem Floral Company 

Winston-Salem Sentinel, Incorporated 

W. S. Wolfe Drug Company 

Woodley Grocery Company 

Wright-Hughes Tobacco Co 

Yadkin Building Company 

Yarbrough Transfer Company 

Paul R. Younts, Inc 

Paul R. Younts Insurance Agency, Incorporated 
Zebulon Drug Company. _ 



Winston-Salem.. 
Winston-Salem.. 
Winston-Salem.. 

Asheville 

Winston-Salem., 

Lexington 

Wilson 

Roanoke Rapids 

Asheville 

New Bern 

Wilmington 

Wadesboro 

Nashville 

Battleboro 

Warrenton 

Warsaw 

Southport 

Waynesville 

Charlotte 

Weldon 

Wendell 

Wendell 

Winston-Salem.. 

Waynesville 

Durham 

Durham 

Scotland Neck.. 

Hobgood 

Whiteville 

Whitnel 

Troy 

Dunn 

Wilson 

Wilson 

Greenville 

Whiteville 

Rocky Mount- -- 

Washington 

Winston-Salem.. 
Winston-Salem.. 

Mt. Airy 

Elizabeth City.. 
Winston-Salem.. 

Pinehurst 

Winston-Salem.. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Zebulon 



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TABLE F.— LAND GRANTS ISSUED 



COUNTY 



GRANTEE 





PRICE 


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Burke 

Caldwell 

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Carteret 

Carteret 

Cherokee 

Cherokee 

Cherokee 

Cherokee 

Cherokee 

Dare 

Dare 

Dare 

Moore 

Onslow 

Polk 

Richmond 

Union 

Union 

Wilkes 

Wilkes 

Wilkes 

Wilkes 

Wilkes 

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Department of Conservation & Development 

George W. McNeeley 

George Hartley 

S. W. Morgan 

Frank D. Perry 

Frank D. Perry 

D. Witherspoon _ 

D. Witherspoon 

D. Witherspoon 

D. Witherspoon __ _ 

William P. Payne 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Roy L.Kelly 

C.W.Sutton 

Mary J. Case 

J. C. McQueen 

J. R.Porter 

J.R.Porter 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Department of Conservation & Development 

Romey Ashley 



Sept. 

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May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

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Aug. 

Aug. 

March 

July 

Jan. 

Nov. 

May 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 



30, 1937 
9, 1936 
2, 1937 
8, 1937 
4. 1937 

19, 1937 
13, 1937 
13, 1937 
13, 1937 
13, 1937 

1, 1938 
24, 1936 
24, 1936 
24, 1936 

2, 1937 
24, 1936 

20, 1938 

16, 1936 

21, 1937 
15, 1937 
30, 1937 
30, 1937 
30, 1937 
30, 1937 
30, 1937 

17, 1938 



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19237 
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19228 
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19230 
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19251 
19232 
19240 
19248 
19243 
19244 
19245 
19246 
19247 
19250 



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SECURITIES REGISTERED 



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TABLE G.— SECURITIES REGISTERED 
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OF 


NAME OF COMPANY 


ADDRESS 


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11/18/37 


Bullock Fund, Ltd 


New York City 


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Minneapolis, Minn. 


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6/26/37 


Investors Syndicate (Additional Reg- 








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Minneapolis, Minn. 


$250,000 Installment Certificates 








Series "F" Face Value 


7/23/37 




" 


" 


8/10/37 




" 


" " 


9/17/37 




" 


" 


9/27/37 




" 


" 


10/12/37 




" 


" 


10/26/37 




" 


" 


11/ 3/37 




" 


" 


11/18/37 




" 


" 


12/ 1/37 




" 


" 


12/28/37 




" 


" " 


1/ 7/38 




" 


" 


1/29/38 




" 


" 


2/16/38 




" 


" " 


3/10/38 




" 




3/30/38 




" 


" 


5/12/38 




" 


" 


6/ 7/38 




" 


" " 


2/12/38 


Massachusetts Investors Trust (Addi- 








tional Registration). 


Boston, Mass 


4972 Shares Capital Stock 


5/ 8/37 


National Container Corporation 


Long Island City, N.Y.. 


$50,000 5}^% 15 yr. Debentures, 
Face Value 


3/23/38 


New England Fund 


Boston, Mass. 


10,000 Shares Beneficial Interest Com. 








Stock 


4/15/38 


The Tri-State Development Corporation 


Washington, D. C 


25,000 Shares Com. Stock $1.00 Par 
Value, $2.50 Market Value 


8/28/37 


United Securities Company of Missouri. 


Kansas City, Mo 


$250,000 Installment Certificates, 
Series "L", 15 yr. Maturity 


9/22/37 






$250,000 Installment Certificates, 
Series "L", 10 yr. Maturity 



Biennial Report 



105 



TABLE G.— SECURITIES REGISTERED— Continued 
(By Notification) 



DATE 








OF 


NAME OF COMPANY 


ADDRESS 


DESCRIPTION OF ISSUE 


REG. 








IIIZIVl 


American Rolling Mill Co 


Middletown, Ohio 


150 Shares at $100 Par Value Cum. 
Conv. Pref. Stock 


6/16/37 


B. F. Avery & Sons Company 


Louisville, Ky 


$50,000 10 yr. Sinking Fund 5% Notes 
$25,000 6% Pref. Stock 
$20,000 Com. Stock 


7/23/37 


The Bartgis Bros. Company (Additional 












5,000 Shares at $1.00 Par Value Com. 








Stock 


" 


" 


" 


2,500 Shares 6% Pref. Stock 


11/18/37 






5,000 Shares at $10 Par Value Com. 






Stock 


12/16/37 


Carolina Casket Company, Inc 


High Point, N. C 


$35,000 6% First Mortgage Serial 
Bonds 


3/28/38 






$100,000 i%% Sinking Fund De- 








bentures 


6/16/37 




Baltimore, Md. . 


$50,000 2M% Debentures 


10/12/37 




New York City 


2,000 Shares No Par Value Cum. 








Pref. Stock 


8/26/37 




Greenville S. C 


10,000 Shares at $1.00 Par value 


5/ 3/38 




New York City 


1,000 Shares No Par Value Cum. 








Pref. Stock 


12/ 3/37 




Belmont, N. C 


$150,000 6% Cum. Pref. Stock 


8/26/37 




Saginaw, Mich 


3,000 Shares at $5 Par Value Com. 








Stock 


1/31/38 


Manufacturers Finance Company 


Baltimore, Md 


$50,000 41^% Collateral Trust Notes 


1/2Z/Z1 


Pollock's Incorporated (Additional 








Reg.) 


Asheville, N. C- 


13,600 Shares at $1.00 Par Value 






Com. Stock. 


7/23/37 


" 


" 


1,500 Shares 6% Pref. Stock 


10/12/37 




Hartsville, S. C 


1,000 Shares at $5.00 Par Value Com. 








Stock 


8/26/37 




Chicago, 111. 


5,000 Shares at $5.00 Par Value 


12/ 7/37 


West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company 


New York City.. 


$50,000 First Mortgage Bonds 4H% 
due 1952 



'Registration cancelled 2/22/38 at request of sponsor. 



TABLE H 

EEGISTERED DEALERS AND SALESMEN OF SECURITIES 



TABLE H 

REGISTERED DEALERS AND SALESMEN OF SECURITIES 



Dealers 

F. C. Abbott & Co. 
815 Johnston Building 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Abbott, Proctor & Paine 
120 Broadway- 
New York City 



American Trust Company 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Associated Gas and Electric 

Securities Company, Inc. 
26 Journal Square 
Jersey City, N. J. 

Atlantic Securities Co. 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

J. S. Bache & Co. 
42 Broadway 
New York City 



Branch Banking & Trust Co. 
Wilson, N. C. 

Bray Brothers Company 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Alex Brown & Sons 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Oscar Burnett & Company, Inc. 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Clark & Company 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Courts & Co. 

11 Marietta Street, N. W. 

Atlanta, Georgia 

George B. Craven & Co. 
Security Bank Building 
High Point, N. C. 

R. S. Dickson & Company 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Salesmen 
Mrs. Maude S. Haywood, Charlotte, N. C. 



J. M. Birmingham, Charlotte, N. C. 
J. P. Dunlop, Jr., Asheville, N. C. 
A. A. Haughton, Charlotte, N. C. 
A. H. Overcarsh, Charlotte, N. C. 

None 



Emerson W. Mange, Wilmington, N. C. 



None 



Edward M. Dudley, Raleigh, N. C. 

Maurice M. Faske, Raleigh, N. C. 

J. E. Floyd, Charlotte, N. C. 

J. C. Hedgpeth, Greensboro, N. C. 

T. B. Long, Charlotte, N. C. 

H. E. Mathews, Charlotte, N. C. 

E. P. Ravenel, Jr., Charlotte, N. C, 

None 



Clarence Falk, Arlington, Va. 
Lou Fisher, Washington, D. C. 
Charles S. Noble, Washington, D. C. 
O. B. Souther, Greensboro, N. C. 

None 



None 
None 
J. Harper Erwin, Jr., Durham, N. C. 

None 



L. Radcliffe Ash, Fayetteville, N. C. 
Frank C. Boyles, Greensboro, N. C. 
Campbell C. Fetner, Jr., Greenville, N. 
George A. Herndon. Asheville, N. C. 
Samuel A. McFalls, Charlotte, N. C. 
David Terry, Raleigh, N. C. 
George E. Wilson, Jr., Charlotte, N. C. 



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109 



Dealers 

Eastern Bond & Mortgage Co. 
Williamston, N. C. 

Elder & Company 
735 Broad Street 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Equitable Securities Corp. 
404 Union Street 
Nashville, Tennessee 

Fenner & Beane 
67 Broad Street 
New York City 

Ferebee & Company 
Andrews, N. C. 

First-Citizens Bank & Trust Co. 
Smithfield, N. C. 

Grant & Company 
Atlanta, Georgia 



William B. Green Company 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Guaranty Bank & Trust Co. 
Greenville, N. C. 

Guaranty Loan Corporation 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Hardin & Company 
Salisbury, N. C. 

Brown Harriman & Co., Inc. 
63 Wall Street 
New York City 

Hickory Real Estate & 

Securities Corp. 
Hickory, N. C. 

Interstate Securities Corp. 
Commercial Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Investors Syndicate 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 



Salesmen 



None 



Thurston T. Holderness, Greensboro, N. C. 
Walter Ridenhour, Greensboro, N. C. 

Geo. H. Edwards, Jr., Greensboro, N. C. 
J. T. Warmath, Greensboro, N. C. 

Dewitt H. Clark, Asheville, N C. 
Clyde W. Wright, Asheville, N. C. 

None 

None 

Edward B. Cowley, Anderson, S. C. 
Emory J. Malone, Atlanta, Georgia 
W. Candler Power, Columbia, S. C. 

None 
None 
None 
None 
William Niller, Washington, D. C. 

None 



Allen Ewing, Raleigh, N. C. 

C. J. LeGrand, High Falls, N. Y. 



Charlotte Office 
Harry E. Barkley, Barium Springs, N. C. 
Harry J. Berry, Asheville, N. C. 
Arthur G. Corpening, Jr., Statesville, 

N. C. 
Louis B. Crayton, Charlotte, N. C. 
J. M. Ham, Charlotte, N. C. 
T. B. Harrison, Charlotte, N. C. 
L R. Hoffman, Asheville, N. C. 
Mrs. Sallie M. Holt, Charlotte, N. C. 
George William Key, Hickory, N. C. 
Bernard Lacy, Asheville, N. C. 
Mrs. Francesca K. Meyers, Charlotte, 

N. C. 
Mrs. Mary C. Smith, Mooresville, N. C. 



110 



Department of State 



Dealers 



Salesmen 

W. B. Stuckey, Charlotte, N, C. 
C. B. Sweatte, Charlotte, N. C. 
Melvin Holmes Taylor, Charlotte, N. C. 
H. L. Williamson, Charlotte, N. C. 

B. D. Wilson, Rutherfordton, N. C. 
William Arthur Young, Marion, N. C. 

Greensboro Office 
Arnold Betts, Greensboro, N. C. 
F. Garland Coble, Greensboro, N. C. 
Hubert Watson Couch, Winston-Salem,, 

N. C, 
J. 0. Downs, Greensboro, N. C. 
Mrs. Elma A. Edwards, Lexington, N. C 
George Philip Heilman, Reidsville, N. C. 
S. E. McGhee, Greensboro, N. C. 
Phil Hale Mast, Greensboro, N, C. 
Charles Wesley Perry, High Point, N. C. 

Norfolk Office 
M. D. Campbell, Roanoke, Va. 
S. J. Horton, Norfolk, Va. 
Wilbur Morton Jolly, Gatesville, N. C. 
George B. Powell, Norfolk, Va. 

Raleigh Office 
T. M. Arrington, Wake Forest, N. C. 
Thomas Badger, III, Henderson, N. C. 
Jas. R. Barbee, Kinston, N. C. 
Miss Helen Broome, Aurora, N. C. 
Clarence Campbell, Jr., Tarboro, N. C. 

C. A. Cochran, Rocky Mt., N. C. 
C. E. Hamilton, Rocky Mt., N. C. 
*William Harris, II, Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 
Leslie J. Huntley, Jr., Lumberton, N. C. 
W. H. Jenkins, Rocky Mt., N. C. 

R. D. McMillan, Jr., Red Springs, N. C. 
Harry W. Myers, Raleigh, N. C. 

B. T. Nobles, Winterville, N. C. 
J. E. Pegram, Durham, N. C. 
Marsden Bellamy de Rosset, Fayetteville,, 

N. C. 
Frank H. Saunders, Rocky Mt., N. C. 
Alex G. Webb, Rocky Mt., N. C. 
*M. D. Whisnant, Belhaven, N. C. 
James Alton Whitehurst, Hobgood, N. C- 

C. B. Wood, Roxboro, N. C. 



Jackson & Smith 
Gastonia, N. C. 

Kirchofer & Arnold, Inc. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



None 



L. F. Abernethy, Clover, S. C. 

E. O. Anderson, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. 

John W. Brooks, Wilson, N. C. 

A. E. Dixon, Fayetteville, N. C. 

Carl K. Hill, Raleigh, N. C. 

G. H. Rosser, Durham, N. C. 

Guy H. Simpson, Jr., Greensboro, N. C 

L. A. Squires, Washington, N. C. 



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111 



Dealers 

Lewis and Hall, Inc. 
Jefferson Building 
Greensboro, N. C. 



Lewis, Law & Hammond, Inc. 
Greenville, S. C. 

McAlister, Smith & Pate, Inc. 
Greenville, S. C. 



W. H. Mauldin 
Charlotte, N. C. 

E. A. Pierce & Co. 
Forty Wall Street 
New York City 



Post & Flagg 
49 Broad Street 
New York City 



The Robinson-Humphrey Co. 
Rhodes-Haverty Building 
Atlanta, Georgia. 

Scott, Horner & Mason, Inc. 
Lynchburg, Virginia 

Smith, Barney & Co. 
14 Wall Street 
New York City 



Southern Investment Company 
Charlotte, N. C. 

The Squibb Plan, Incorporated 
745 Fifth Avenue 
New York City 



Salesmen 

B. Frank Bowers, Washington, N. C. 
Ernest L. Hardin, Salisbury. N. C. 
Benjamin S. Willis, Greensboro, N. C. 
Julius 0. Young, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

None 



George I. Griffin, Raleigh, N. C. 
Russell F. Neilson, Greenville, S. C. 
Frank T. Thatcher, Greenville, S. C. 
Scott McDonald Thomas, Rockingham 
N. C. 

None 



Ned B. Ball, Raleigh, N. C. 
Claude B. Barbee, Jr.. Raleigh, N. C. 
Henry B. Boles, Wilson, N. C. 
Victor L. Gates, Greensboro, N. C. 
W. H. Chance, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
James E. Conrad Lewisville, N. C. 
Robert S. Council, Raleigh, N. C. 
F. Ernest Dudley, Wilson, N. C. 
William T. Felton, Jr.. Fayetteville, N. C. 
W. Howard Gardner, Greensboro, N. C. 
James S. Le Gette, Shelby, N. C. 
Herbert R. Greason, Wake Forest, N. C. 
W. Gordon Latham, Greensboro, N. C. 
*Andrew J. Lee, Jr., Wilmington, N. C. 
John E. Mathis, Wilson, N. C. 
Robert L. Smith, Henderson, N. C. 
Philip Thorpe, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Walter A. Wells, Wilmington, N. C. 
Peyton A. White, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Peter T. Wilson, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Ralph Van Landingham, Jr., Charlotte, 

N. C. 
Charles Bernard McFadden, Charlotte, 

N. C. 
William H. Price, Jr., Charlotte, N. C. 

Joe H. Saunders, Jr., Columbia, S. C. 



Donald R. Harris, Charlotte, N. C. 
Howard C. Traywick, Charlotte, N. C. 

Edward S. Goshorn, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Alexander Stephen Hanes, Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 
James Harrison Lassiter, Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 

Marion Elmer Herndon, Charlotte, N. C. 



L. H. Batte, Charlotte, N. C. 
J. W. Harrell, Raleigh, N. C. 
B. L. Meredith, Asheville, N. C. 
M G. Morris, Greensboro, N. C. 



112 



Department Of State 



Dealers 

Swift and Company 
Packers & Exchange Aves. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Thomson & McKinnon 
11 Wall Street 
New York City 



Salesmen 



United Securities Company 

of Missouri 
Kansas City, Missouri 



Wachovia Bank & Trust Co. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



None 



William F. P. Coxe, Asheville, N. C. 
William H. Gibby, Charlotte, N. C. 
Herman C. Hedgpeth, Winston-Salem, 

N. C. 
Roy C. Pulliam, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
R. F. Pulliam, Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Daniel C. Summers, Charlotte, N. C. 
William P. Whitaker, Jr., Durham, N. C. 
Joseph W. Wood, Pinehurst, N. C. 

Paul A. Allen, Raleigh, N. C. 
Edward F. Griffin, Louisburg, N. C. 
T. H. Holliday, Columbia, S. C. 
William T. King, Louisburg, N. C. 
Ollen D. McLeod, Raleigh, N, C. 
T. C. Pate, Jr., Goldsboro, N. C. 

H. E. Anderson, Raleigh, N. C. 
D. L. Graham, Asheville, N. C. 



APPENDIX 

HISTORICAL DATA 

THE OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

THE STATE CAPITOL 

THE GREAT SEAL . 

THE SEAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

NAME OF STATE AND NICKNAMES 

THE STATE MOTTO 

THE STATE FLAG 

THE STATE SONG 

THE STATE FLOWER 

THE STATE BIRD 

THE STATE COLORS 

THE STATE'S MOST FAMOUS TOAST 

LEGAL HOLIDAYS 

POPULATION 



THE OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



The ofRce of Secretary of State developed from that of Secre- 
tary of the Province, which began in 1675 with the appointment 
of Robert Holden, and continued by the Constitution of 1776. 
The Secretary of the Province was appointed by the Crown at 
pleasure, and received his patent from the Governor's Council. 
He was a Justice of the Peace, Clerk of Pleas of the Crown, and 
issued land grants. The Constitution of 1776 made the term 
three years and the method of appointment election by the Gen- 
eral Assembly. The Constitution of 1835 reduced the term to 
two years. The Constitution of 1868 increased the term to four 
years, and made the office elective by the people. 



SECRETARIES OF THE COLONY 

Albemarle 

1675-1677 Robert Holden 

1677-1679 Thomas Miller 

1679-1684 Robert Holden 

1684-1685 Francis Hartley 

1685 Woodrowe 



North Carolina 

1694-1702 Daniel Akehurst 

1702-1712 Samuel Swann 

1712-1722 Tobias Knight 

1722-1730 John Lovick 

1730-1753 Nathaniel Rice 

1753-1754 James Murray 

1754-1755 .'. Henry McCulloch 

1755-1762 Richard Spaight 

1762-1770 Benjamin Heron 

1770-1770 John London 

1770-1772 Robert Palmer 

1772-1775 Samuel Strudwick 



116 Department Of State 

SECRETARIES OF STATE 

1777-1798 .James Glasgow Dobbs 

1798-1810 William White Lenoir 

1811-1859 William Hill Rockingham 

1859-1862 Rufus H. Page Wake 

1862-1864 John P. H. Russ Wake 

1864-1865 Charles R. Thomas Craven 

1866-1867 Robert W. Best Greene 

1868-1871 Henry J. Memminger Wake 

.1872-1875 William H. Howerton Rowan 

1876-1879 Joseph A. Englehard New Hanover 

1879-1891 William L. Saunders Wake 

1891-1895 Octavius Coke Wake 

1895-1896 Charles M. Cooke Franklin 

1897-1900 Cyrus Thompson Onslow 

1901-1923 J. Bryan Grimes Pitt 

1923-1928 W. N. Everett Richmond 

1928-1933 James A. Hartness Iredell 

1933-1936 Stacey W. Wade Carteret 

1936-1936 Charles G. Powell Granville 

1936 Thad Eure Hertford-Gates 



Biennial Report 117 

THE STATE CAPITOL 

The original State Capitol of North Carolina was destroyed 
by fire on June 21, 1831. 

At the session of November, 1832, the Assembly resolved to 
rebuild on the old site, and $50,000 was appropriated for the pur- 
pose. Commissioners were appointed to have the work done. 
The rubbish was cleared away, the excavations made and the 
foundations were laid. On July 4, 1833, the cornerstone was set 
in place. 

After the foundations were laid the work progressed more 
slowly, and it was so expensive that the appropriation was ex- 
hausted. The Legislature at its next session appropriated 
$75,000.00 more. To do the stone and finer work many skilled 
artisans had been brought from Scotland and other countries. 
The Building Commissioners contracted with David Paton to 
come to Raleigh and superintend the work. Mr. Paton was an 
architect who had come from Scotland the year before. He was 
the builder, the architect, the designer. 

The Legislature was compelled to make appropriations for 
the work from time to time. The following is a table of the 
several appropriations made : 

Session of 1832-33 $ 50,000.00 

Session of 1833-34 75,000.00 

Session of 1834-35 75,000.00 

Session of 1835 75,000.00 

Session of 1836-37 120,000.00 

Session of 1838-39 105,300.00 

Session of 1840-41 31,374.46 

Total $531,674.46 

The stone with which the building was erected was the pro- 
perty of the State. Had the State been compelled to purchase 
this material the cost of the Capitol would have been considerably 
increased. 

In the summer of 1840 the work was finished. At last, after 
more than seven years, the sum of $531,674.46 was expended. 
As large as that sum was for the time, when the State was so 
poor and when the entire taxes for all State purposes reached 
less than $100,000, yet the people were satisfied. The building 
had been erected with rigorous economy, and it was an object 
of great pride to the people. Indeed, never was money better 
expended than in the erection of this noble Capitol. 



118 Department of State 

DESCRIPTION OF THE CAPITOL, WRITTEN BY 
DAVID PATON, THE ARCHITECT 

"The State Capitol is 160 feet in length from north to south 
by 140 feet from east to west. The whole height is 97 V2 feet in 
the center. The apex of pediment is 64 feet in height. The stylo- 
bate is 18 feet in height. The columns of the east and west 
porticoes are 5 feet 21/2 inches in diameter. An entablature, in- 
cluding blocking course, is continued around the building, 12 
feet high. 

"The columns and entablature are Grecian Doric, and copied 
from the Temple of Minerva, commonly called the Parthenon, 
which was erected in Athens about 500 years before Christ. An 
octagon tower surrounds the rotunda, which is ornamented with 
Grecian cornices, etc., and its dome is decorated at top with a 
similar ornament to that of the Choragic Monument of Lysic- 
rates, commonly called the Lanthorn of Demosthenes. 

"The interior of the Capitol is divided into three stories : 
First, the lower story, consisting of ten rooms, eight of which 
are appropriated as offices to the Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, 
and Comptroller, each having two rooms of the same size — the 
one containing an area of 649 square feet, the other 528 square 
feet — the two committee rooms, each containing 200 square feet, 
and four closets; also the rotunda, corridors, vestibules, and 
piazzas, contain an area of 4,370 square feet. The vestibules are 
decorated with columns and antae, similar to those of the Ionic 
Temple on the Ilissus, near the Acropolis of Athens. The re- 
mainder is groined with stone and brick, springing from columns 
and pilasters of the Roman Doric. 

"The second story consists of Senatorial and Representa- 
tives' chambers, the former containing an area of 2,545 and the 
latter 2,849 square feet. Four apartments enter from Senate 
Chamber, two of which contain each an area of 169 square feet, 
and the other two contain each an area of 154 square feet; also, 
two rooms enter from Representatives' chamber, each contain- 
ing an area of 170 square feet; of two committee rooms, each 
containing an area of 231 feet ; of four presses and the passages, 
stairs, lobbies, and colonnades, containing an area of 3,204 
square feet. 

"The lobbies and Hall of Representatives have their columns 



Biennial Report 119 

and antae of the Octagon Tower of Andronicus Cyrrhestes and 
the plan of the hall is of the formation of the Greek theater and 
the columns and antae in the Senatorial chamber and rotunda 
are of the Temple of Erectheus, Minerva Polias, and Pandrosus, 
in the Acropolis of Athens, near the above named Parthenon. 

"Third, or attic story, consists of rooms appropriated to the 
Supreme Court and Library, each containing an area of 693 
square feet. Galleries of both houses have an area of 1,300 
square feet; also two apartments entering from Senate gallery, 
each 169 square feet, of four presses and the lobbies' stairs, 988 
square feet. These lobbies, as well as rotunda, are lit with 
cupolas, and it is proposed to finish the court and library in the 
florid Gothic style." 



120 Department of State 

THE GREAT SEAL 

The Constitution of North Carolina, Article III, section 16,, 
requires that 

"There shall be a seal of the State which shall be kept by the 
Governor, and used by him as occasion may require, and shall 
be called 'The Great Seal of the State of North Carolina.' All 
grants and commissions shall be issued in the name and by the 
authority of the State of North Carolina, sealed with The Great 
Seal of the State/ signed by the Governor and countersigned by 
the Secretary of State." 

The use of a Great Seal for the attestation of important docu- 
ments began with the institution of government in North Caro- 
lina. There have been at various times nine different seals in 
use in the colony and State. 

The present Great Seal of the State of North Carolina is 
described as follows: 

"The Great Seal of the State of North Carolina is two and 
one-quarter inches in diameter, and its design is a representa- 
tion of the figures of Liberty and Plenty, looking toward each 
other, but not more than half fronting each other, and otherwise 
disposed as follows : Liberty, the first figure, standing, her 
pole with cap on it in her left hand and a scroll with the word 
'Constitution' inscribed thereon in her right hand. Plenty, the 
second figure, sitting down, her right arm half extended tov/ard 
Uiberty, three heads of wheat in her right hand, and in her left the 
small end of her horn, the mouth of which is resting at her feet, 
and the contents of horn rolling out. In the exergon is inserted 
the words May 20, 1775, above the coat of arms. Around the 
circumference is the legend 'The Great Seal of the State of North 
Carolina' and the motto 'Esse Quam Videfi.' " (Rev., s. 5339; 
Code, ss. 3328, 3329; 1868-9, c. 270, s. 35; 1883, c. 392; 1893, 
c. 145). 



SEAL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

The seal of the department of state shall be two inches in 
diameter and shall be of the same design as the great seal of 
the State, with the words "State of North Carolina, Department 
of State," surrounding the figures. (Rev., s. 5341 ; Code, s. 3330; 
1883, c. 238.) 



Biennial Report 121 

NAME OF STATE AND NICKNAMES 

In 1629 King Charles the First of England "erected into a 
province," all the land from Albemarle Sound on the north to the 
St. John's River on the south, which he directed should be called 
Carolina. The word Carolina is from the word Carolus, the 
Latin form of Charles. 

When Carolina was divided in 1710, the southern part was 
called South Carolina and the northern or older settlement was 
called North Carolina, or the "Old North State." Historians had 
recorded the fact that the principal products of this State were 
"tar, pitch and turpentine." It was during one of the fiercest 
battles of the War Between the States, so the story goes, that the 
column supporting the North Carolina troops was driven from 
the field. After the battle, the North Carolinians, who had suc- 
cessfully fought it out alone, were greeted from the passing 
derelict regiment with the question : "Any more tar down in 
the Old North State, boys?" Quick as a flash came the answer: 
"No; not a bit; old Jeff's bought it all up." "Is that so; what is 
he going to do with it?" was asked. "He is going to put it on 
you'ns heels to make you stick better in the next fight." Creecy 
relates that General Lee, hearing of the incident, said: "God 
bless the Tar Heel boys," and from that they took the name. — 
Adapted from Grandfather Tales of North Carolina by R. B. 
Creecy and Histories of North Carolina Regiments, Vol. Ill, by 
Walter Clark. 



122 Department Of State 

THE STATE MOTTO 

The General Assembly of 1893 (chapter 145) adopted the 
words "Esse Quam Videri" as the State's motto and directed that 
these words with the date "20 May, 1775," should be placed with 
our Coat of Arms upon the Great Seal of the State. 

The words "Esse Quam Videri" mean "to be rather than to 
seem." Nearly every State has adopted a motto, generally in 
Latin. The reason for their mottoes being in Latin is that the 
Latin tongue is far more condensed and terse than the English. 
The three words, "Esse Quam Videri," require at least six Eng- 
lish words to express the same idea. 

Curiosity has been aroused to learn the origin of our State 
motto. It is found in Cicero in his essay on Friendship (Cicero 
de Amicitia, chap. 26). 

It is a little singular that until the act of 1893 the sovereign 
State of North Carolina had no motto since its declaration of 
independence. It was one of the very few States which did not 
have a motto and the only one of the original thirteen without 
one. (Rev., s. 5320; 1893, c. 145.) 



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THE STATE FLAG 

AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A STATE FLAG 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact : 

Section 1. That the flag of North Carolina shall consist of a 
blue union, containing in the center thereof a white star with 
the letter N in gilt on the left and the letter C in gilt on the right 
of said star, the circle containing the same to be one-third the 
width of the union. 

Sec. 2. That the fly of the flag shall consist of two equally 
proportioned bars; the upper bar to be red, the lower bar to be 
white; that the length of the bars horizontally shall be equal to 
the perpendicular length of the union, and the total length of 
the flag shall be one-third more than its width. 

Sec. 3. That above the star in the center of the union there 
shall be a gilt scroll in semicircular form, containing in black 
letters this inscription: "May 20th, 1775," and that below the 
star there shall be a similar scroll containing in black letters the 
inscription: "April 12th, 1776." 

In the General Assembly read three times and ratified this 
9th day of March, A.D. 1885. 

No change has been made in the flag since the passage of 
this act. By an act of 1907 it is provided: 

"That the board of trustees or managers of the several State 
institutions and public buildings shall provide a North Carolina 
flag, of such dimensions and material as they may deem best, and 
the same shall be displayed from a staff upon the top of each 
and every such building at all times except during inclement 
weather, and upon the death of any State officer or any promin- 
ent citizen the flag shall be put at half-mast until the burial of 
such person shall have taken place. 

"That the Board of County Commissioners of the several 
counties in this State shall likewise authorize the procuring of 
a North Carolina flag, to be displayed either on a staff upon the 
top, or draped behind the Judge's stand, in each and every court- 
house in the State, and that the State flag shall be displayed at 
each and every term of court held, and on such other public oc- 
casions as the Commissioners may deem proper." (Rev., s. 5321; 
1885, c. 291; 1907, c. 838.) 



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THE STATE SONG 

The song known as "The Old North State," as hereinafter 
written, adopted and declared to be the official song of the State 
of North Carolina, said song being in words as follows : 
"Carolina ! Carolina ! Heaven's blessings attend her ! 

While we live we will cherish, protect and defend her ; 
Though the scorner may sneer at and witlings defame her. 

Our hearts swell with gladness whenever we name her, 

CHORUS 

Hurrah ! Hurrah ! The Old North State forever ! 
Hurrah ! Hurrah ! the good Old North State ! 

Though she envies not others their merited glory, 

Say, whose name stands the foremost in Liberty's story ! 

Though too true to herself e'er to crouch to oppression, 
Who can yield to just rule more loyal submission? 

Plain and artless her sons, but whose doors open faster 
At the knock of a stranger, or the tale of disaster? 

How like to the rudeness of their dear native mountains, 
With rich ore in their bosoms and life in their fountains. 

And her daughters, the Queen of the Forest resembling — 
So graceful, so constant, yet to gentlest breath trembling ; 

And true lightwood at heart, let the match be applied them. 
How they kindle and flame ! Oh ! none know but who've tried 
them. 

Then let all who love us, love the land that we live in 
(As happy a region as on this side of Heaven), 

Where Plenty and Freedom, Love and Peace smile before us, 
Raise aloud, raise together, the heart-thrilling chorus !" 

(1927, c, 26, s, 1,) 



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THE STATE FLOWER 

A number of reference books list the goldenrod. The oxeye 
daisy has been designated by an unofficial vote of the schools. 
No flower has been officially designated. 



THE STATE BIRD 

The Carolina Chickadee was designated by popular vote in 
1931 under sponsorship of State Women's Clubs. The General 
Assembly on May 8, 1933 officially designated it as the State 
bird, but repealed its action seven days later. 

No bird is officially designated. 



THE STATE COLORS 

There are no officially designated colors. Many generally ac- 
cept the colors of the University of North Carolina — BLUE AND 
WHITE. 



THE STATE'S MOST FAMOUS TOAST 

(Not Officially Desigtiated) 

''Here's to the land of the long leaf pine 
The summer land where the sun doth shine ; 
Where the weak grow strong 
And the strong grow great, 
Here's to 'down home' 
The Old North State." 

(Composed in 1904 by Mrs. Harry C. Martin, former resi- 
dent of Raleigh, N. C, hut now living ifi Tennessee). 



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LEGAL HOLIDAYS 

January 1 — New Year's Day. 

January 19 — Birthday of General Robert E. Lee. 

February 22 — Birthday of George Washington. 

Easter Monday 

April 12 — Anniversary of the Resolutions adopted by the 
Provincial Congress of North Carolina at Halifax, April 12, 
1776, instructing the delegates from North Carolina to the Con- 
tinental Congress to vote for a Declaration of Independence. 

May 10 — Confederate Memorial Day. 

May 20 — Anniversary of the "Mecklenburg Declaration of 
Independence." 

May 30 — Memorial Day. 

July 4 — Independence Day. 

September, first Monday — Labor Day. 

November, Tuesday after first Monday — General Election Day. 

November 11 — Armistice Day. 

November, last Thursday — Thanksgiving Day. 

December 25 — Christmas Day. 



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POPULATION 

1675 (Estimated) 4,000 

1701 (Estimated) 5,000 

1707 (Estimated) 7,000 

1715 (Estimated) 11,000 

1729 (Estimated) 35,000 

1752 (Estimated) 100,000 

1765 (Estimated) 200,000 

1771 (Estimated) 250,000 

1786 (Estimated) 350,000 

1790 (Census) 393,751 

1800 (Census) 478,103 

1810 (Census) 555,500 

1820 (Census) 638,829 

1830 (Census) 737,987 

1840 (Census) 753,409 

1850 (Census) 869,039 

1860 (Census) 992,622 

1870 (Census) 1,071,361 

1880 (Census) 1,399,750 

1890 (Census) 1,617,947 

1900 (Census) 1,893,810 

1910 (Census) 2,206,287 

1920 (Census) 2,559,123 

1930 (Census) 3,170,276 

1938 (Estimated) 3,527,000