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y JfnWESPAY, OCTOBER
MRS. WARREN J TvicrAMAH
I HO.VOKED 1
Br community building of the
school of Ash was
B?cene of unusual gaiety on
Vgjay evening when the Par tTeflcher
Association gave a '
B; delightful informal dinner j
B^-rg the faculty. Acting as i
hostesses for the occasion
Kg jfesJames J. E. Dodson, L.
Bgrwvn and W. R. Jenrette.
Bjhe dining room and gymnas 0
were decorated with roses
B 0ther fall flowers.
Bjhe menu consisted of fried <
Hjcken. rice and gravy, creamed !
Katoes. garden peas, pickles,
Bad. bread, ice cream and cake,
^Ej tea and coffee.
^ ihe dinner guests were PrinHps!
and Mrs. B. M. Crawford,
Br. and Mrs. Z. G. Ray, Mr. John
m Farrior, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W.
B Morgan. Misses Minnie Lewis
Xelle Allison, Margaret I
ir mark Minnie M. jacxson,
LhKeeer. Christine Fields,
2 Bawls, Arwyn Steppe. GerMaultsby.
Sfiw A. W. Beck, me music
Star was unable to attend.
Cera! patrons of the school
-red during the evening, games
*d contests were the source of
much fun and laughter.
Punch was served just before
-tog home. Every one reported
p enjoyable evening.?Reported.
Mrs j W. Ruark was hostess
?'a number of guests Thursday
night at Clear Lake Inn, honoring
Mrs. J. E. Carr on her birthday.
Manv surprise packages tied
with all colors of paper and ribbon
were joyously opened. Dancing
The guests included: Mr. and
Mrs J. E. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. J.
G Christian, Mr. and Mrs. L. T.
Yaskell. Mr. Rangwald Johnson,
Mr and Mrs. Fred Willing, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Weeks, Mrs. H. T.
St George, Miss Marion St. Geoage,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corjette.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sutton,
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Ruark, and
Mrs W. S. Davis.
Delicious refreshments were i
Mr. Alfred Stevens is spending
sometime here with friends and
CAKE AND PIE SALE
The Live Oak Chapter of the
Eastern Star will sponsor a pie
and cake sale Saturday, October
5th beginning at 2:00 o'clock.
MRS. YITOU ILL
Mrs. Annie K. Vitou has been
ill this week with an infected
foot. Her many friends are glad
that she is improving rapidly.
pinochle club meets'
Mrs. J. VV. Jelks was hostess
to the Pinochle Club Monday afternoon.
Pinochle was played at
two tables. Mrs. Frank St. George
won high score prize. Sweet
potato pie, cream and coffee were
Those present were: Mrs. J. G.
Christian. Mrs. J. W. Ruark, Mr.
Frank St. George, Mrs. H. T. St.
George, Mrs. W. D. Davis, Mrs.
k T. Yaskell and Mrs. J. W.
WOMAN'S CLUB I
The citizenship committee of ;
the Woman's Club met Friday
morning and made out the eight
citizenship programs for this ]
The club will give "The Dixie
Blackbird Minstrels" on the 17th
?f October. The coaches are ex- 1
Pected to be here soon. 1
Mrs Willing will be hostess to i
circle Number 1 of the Method- i
at church next Monday. Her hel- 1
t*fs will be Mrs. J. D. Sutton,
I jjjj*. Mabel Marran and Mrs.
F. F. CLUB MEETS
Mrs. W. G. Butler was hostess
the F. F. Club Friday after- <
I ??n at ker home on West Street 1
Delicious refreshments were ser-jl
I JS Mrs- L B Buasels, Mrs.
wonly Ruark, Mrs. Ida Potter
w&taon and Mrs. Butler were 1
**S. ST. GEORGE HOSTESS ?
I ^rs. Frank St. George delight
?<% entertained the Friday afI
-ernoon Bridge club last week at \
I home on Atlantic Avenue.
I s W. D. Davis won high score
I e. and Mrs. Estelle Willis, cut ?
I ^ consolation. Delicious refresh- v
I were served. I
I 5t Present were: Mrs. H. T.
1 George, Mrs. J. W. Ruark,
I to? J' W' Jelks- Mr3- J" D" Sut" 1
I ??.' ,^rs M. A- Northrop, Miss 1;
I tia Willis' Mrs. J. G. ChrisI
Fra \^rs' P Lcggett, Mrs.
I Hood George and Mrs. H. W. 1
Thursday, October 2nd
8:00 P. M.?The Parent-Teachsrs
Association will hold its first
regular monthly meeting at the
Friday, October 4th
3:30 P. M.?Mrs. J. D. Sutton
will be hostess to the Friday afternoon
Monday, October 7th
3:30 F. M.?Circle Number 1
of the Methodist church will hold
its monthly meeting.
3:00 P. M.?The Pinochle Club
will be entertained by Mrs. J. W.
3:30 P. M.?Baptist Circle No.
1 will meet.
8:00 P. M.?The Live Oak
Chapter of the Eastern Star will
meet in their hall.
7:30 P. M.?The Senior League
of the Episcopal church will meet.
Wednesday, October 9th
3:30 P. M.?The first fall meeting
of the Hospital Auxiliary will
be held with Mrs. William Dosher.
The members are urged to be
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY MEETS
The Brunswick County Hospital
Auxiliary will meet with Mrs.
William Dosher Wednesday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. G.
Butler, the president, urges a full
attendance by the members.
MOVE TO GEORGIA
Mrs. J. H. Young and daughters,
Misses Estelle and Hazel,
left Monday for Pearson, Ga. to
make their home. Mr. Young has
been there for some time engaged
in the turpentine industry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gray, who
have been occupying an apartment
in the Brunswick Inn, have
moved into the Niernsee residence.
OCCUPY BRUNSWICK INN
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker
moved this week from the Niernsee
residence to the Brunswick
T ' . i ?i ,
Mr. John R. Newton, Mrs. H.
B. Smith, Mr. Harold Aldridge,
Mr. Tom Gilbert and Bubba Newton
were Wilmington visitors last
Mrs. Ralph Biddlecomb and son
returned home Wednesday after
spending several months in Norfolk,
Miss* Rebecca Alexander left
Wednesday for Lucama where she
is a member of the school faculty.
All the teachers enjoyed an
afternoon swim at Caswell Beach
Mr. Collier, of Andrews, Drug
salesman, was a business visitor
Mrs. P. 0. Leggette was a
business visitor in Wilmington
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Leggett, of
Norfolk, Va., have returned home
after spending several days with
Mrs. P. O. Leggett.
Mrs. Katie McKeithan visited
her daughter in Wilmington a
few days last week.
Mr. Lewis Merritt, of Wilmington,
was a business visitor in
town Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Arthur Weeks and chilJren,
of Wilmington, visited Mr.
md Mrs. Ross Livingston last
Mrs. Charlie Hewitt was called
to Conway, S. C., because of the
llness of her parents.
Mr. Joe Young, Sr., of Georgia,
ante home last Friday to move
lis family to Homersville, Ga.,
Colonel Brown entertained a
ishing party on the engineers'
racht, the Falcon, last Friday,
the Yacht came down for inipection.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmas Fulcher
'isited Mrs. Tom Carr Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ruark had
Sunday dinner in Wilmington
vith Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDonald.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ruark, of
ialeigh, were guests of Mrs. Saly
Ruark Thursday and Friday.
Mr. Cornelius Thomas, of Charotte,
was a visitor in Southport
Miss Lelah Parker, Miss Clyde
Bryan, Miss Julia Cromartie,
Miss Myrtle Taylor, Mrs. Frank
Sasser, Miss May Ledford and
Mr. C. A. Ledford were visitors
in Wilmington Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plaxco
spent Tuesday afternoon in Wilmington.
Mrs. George Howey, Mr. Curtis
Cox, Miss Jewell Bell and Mr.
Parker Howey were Wilmington
visitors Friday afternoon.
Mr. William McAuley was a
visitor in Southport over the
Miss Roma Moore, who holds
a position in the ERA office in
Fayetteville, spent the week-end
here with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Crapon
were in New Bern on business
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Goodwin
and son, Henry, Jr., of Bound
Brook, N. J., left Friday for
Greensboro for a visit with Mr.
Goodwin's parents after visiting
Mrs. Goodwin's mother, Mrs. Alex
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Goodwin
were dinner guests of Miss
Sally Betts Knox Tuesday evening
of last week at Lanvale.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 G. Dickson, of
Wilmington, were guests of Mr.
' and Mrs. Henry Goodwin Wednes!
day evening. They enjoyed a
! swim and lunch at Caswell Beach
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Mintz entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Goodwin at dinner Monday evening.
Miss Edith Anderson and Miss
Florence Herring, of Philadelphia,
and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stone,
of Wilmington, were guests of
Mrs. Sally Ruark Thursday.
Judge and Mrs. E. H. Cranmer
were Wilmington visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert St. George,
Miss Marion St. George, John
D. St. George and Mrs. Carrie
Harker spent Saturday in Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hardy visited
Miss Elizabeth Watson, a
student at Louisburg College, on
Miss Doris Murnett and Archie
Burnett of Tarboro visited friends
in Southport during the weekend.
Miss Virginia Dodson visited
Miss Virginia Cox in Southport
over the week-end.
Miss Sallie Dosher spent the
week-end in Southport with her
CALL ON GROWERS
TO EXECUTE NEW
(Continued From Page 1)
the contract is suspended, but
upon proof satisfactory to the
secretary of full performance of
all the terms and conditions of
this contract with respect to any
contract year which precedes the
effective date of such termination
or suspension shall be entitled
to receive, subject to the provisions
therein and applicable regulations
or administrative rulings,
payment for each preceding
The operator in signing the
| agreement also applies for membership
in the Tobacco Control
Association of the county in
which the principal part of the
farm covered by his contract located,
agrees to be bound by the
articles, rulings, bylaws, and regulations
of such association.
On the other hand, the operator
agrees to limit the acreage
of tobacco on the farm and quantity
of tobacco marketed therefrom
in each contract year to not
more than the acreage allotment
and the production allotment, respectively,
prescribed by the secretary
for such year, provided,
however, the secretary shall not
prescribe for any contract year
an allotment of less than 65 per
r\f pitVior th? hfl.qp tobacco
acreage or the base tobacco production.
The grower also agrees to dispose.
in such manner as the secretary
may direct, of all tobacco
grown on his farm in any contract
year which is in excess of
the reduction allotment for his
farm for such year.
Also, that if the acreage planted
to tobacco on the farm in
any two consecutive contract
years is less than 50 per cent of
the acreage allotment of such
years, the secretary may terminate
the contract at the end of
the first two consecutive years.
Requirement is / also made in I
the contract that the farmer not
reduce in any contract year, except
as may be permitted by the
secretary, either the number of
share tenants and share croppers
engaged in growing tobacco on
his farm below the number so
engaged in 1935, or the percen.
PORT PILOT, SOUTHPOF
f tage of the total acreage of t
bacco grown on his farm 1
share-tenants or share croppe
below the percentage of the tot
acreage of tobacco grown on h
farm by share-tenants and shar
croppers in 1935.
The grower must covenant wi
the government to use on b
farm in each contract year
which the contract is operativ
for self-improving or erosion pr
venting crops, pasture, falkv
forest trees and such other pu
poses as the secretary may pr
scribe, an acreage not less thi
the normal acreage devoted
such uses on his farm plus i
acreage equal to the total of t]
adjusted acreage under his co
He further agrees not to grc
tobacco on any farm owned, op
rated, or controlled by himwhi
is not covered by a 1936-39 F1
Cured Tobacco Contract Ai
breach of any term of conditi
of a 1936-1939 Flue Cured Toba
co Contract covering any oth
such farm shall be deemed
[ breach of the contract.
Not to permit any person w
in any contract year produces I
i bacco on land not covered by
1936-1939 Flue Cured Tobac
Contract to grow tobacco on 1
farm or use the tobacco buildin
or other tobacco equipment of t
operator in such contract yea
The Secretary shall have t
right for the purpose of supi
vision and investigation of t
performance by the operator
the terms and conditions of 1
contract to enter the farm, eitl
himself or his agent, at all rei
onable times to examine a
books or records pertaining
the farm or to the producti
and marketing of tobacco gro'
on the farm, and for such pi
poses, the farmer agrees to fi
nish such information relating
his farm and keep such recoi
of production and sale of tobac
! grown on his farm, as the S<
retary may require, and to ass
in the measurement of tobac
acreage or any other acreage
his farm upon request by 1
secretary or his authorized age
The Secretary of Agricultu
on behalf of the United Sta
Millions have found in Calotabs
most valuable aid iln the treatme
of colds. They take one or two ta
lets the first night and repeat t
1 third or fifth night if needed.
How do Calotabs help Nate
throw off a cold? First, Calotabs
one of the most thorough and d
pendable of all intestinal eliminan
thus cleansing the intestinal tract
the germ-laden mucus and toxin
l ness is to BUI
outside the cc
I ty is owned b;
j that has been I
to scores of pf
I Pep m
tT, NORTH CAROLINA
o- agrees to make an adjustment j s
3y payment for each contract year I *
rs in which the contract is opera-11
al j tive, subject to the conditions set! t
lis | forth hereinafter, at such rate j t
e- per 100 pounds of the base to- ^
| bacco production for the farm |
th under this contract as the Sec- j
lis ' retary determines would tend to j'
in | give all producers not less than J
'e, the difference between the ave- j J
e-' rage farm price of tobacco of j
iv, J the crop grown in such year, and' ?
ir-! the average parity price of such j
e-1 tobacco on a quantity of tobacco Je
in | which is equal to domestic con-' ?
to j sumption of tobacco during such j *
be j The Secretary further cove- j8
n- nants that the adjustment pay-1
! ment for such contract year in c
iw | which the contract is operative i
>e- j less the operator's pro rata share! t
ch j of the expenses of the association11
ue j (which share shall be paid to ?
ny i the association) shall be paid to i
on j the operator (subject to further <
lc- ' provisions) as soon as practicable 1
er after the end of the marketing i
a season and after proof satisfac- 1
tory to the secretary of full per- <
ho formance with respect to such <
to- year. i
a If tobacco is produced on the i
ico farm in any year by share-ten- 1
lis ants or share-croppers, the ope- 1
gs rator or the substitute payee de- 1
he signated as the case may be, !
r. shall receive the adjustment pay- i
he ment for such year in trust to
;r- pay to each such share-tenant or '
he share-cropper that part of such '
of payment which bears the same
iiis proportion to the total of such
ler payment as the number of acres j
is- in such share-tenant's or shareny
cropper's share of tobacco grown
to by him on the farm in that year
on bears to the total number of acivn
res of tobacco grown on that
ir- farm in such year,
ir- In case of the death, legal into
competency, or disappearance of
ds the operator, after full perfor- !
:co mance of all the terms and conec
ditions of the contract with res- <
ist pect to any year, payment shall ]
:co be made to the person designat- j
on ed by the operator upon proof j
fie satisfactory to the Secretary of j
nt. such performance for such year, |
re, and the obligation of the Secre- |
tes tary with respect to the payment |
s Help Nature j
Off a Bad Cold j
a I Second. Calotabs are diuretic to the J
nt kidneys, promoting the elimination it
b- Of cold poisons from the system. Urns j J
he Calotabs serve the double purpose of j
a purgative and diuretic, both of I
ire which are needed in the treatment j|
is of colds. S
le- Calotabs are quite economical; J
ts, only twenty-five cents for the family fl
of package, ten cents for the trial )
es. package. (Adv.) <
that would do much
(IN BRUNSWICK v
lunty does not helpc
i Are Trac
y for the distribution
y a Brunswick count]
built up within the pa
sople in Brunswick c<
* ' W1
io made shall be discharged m
hereby and no person whatso- th
jver shall have any right against p<
he Secretary or the United Sta- sc
es based upon or derived from I si
his contract with respect to such tr
>ayment j ye
The Government agrees to pro- 41
laim on or before February 1,
936, and on or before January [m
of each contract year thereaf- be
er during which the contract is tr
ffective, the percentage of the hc
?ase acreage which may be plant- th
d on the farm and the percent- of
,ge of the base tobacco produc- m
ion which may be marketed from re
he farm under this contract In to
uch year. , *?
Without limitation of any right m
ir remedy the Secretary confer ed
by law or this contract, If
he Secretary determines that
here has been a material misitatement
in any of the state- ^
nents made by the operator in ^
>r in connection with this con- .
u-act, or that the operator has
'ailed or is unable to perform fuly
any term or condition of this
contract or of any applicable or
administrative ruling (each and
ill of such contingencies being
referred to in and in connection ?'
ivith this contract as "noncom- cl
pliance"), the operator shall have a!
the following obligations and the s<
Secretary shall have any one or
more of the following remedies:
(a) Operator's Obligation to
Repay.?Upon demand in writing
by the Secretary or his authorized
agent, the operator shall pay dl
to the Secretary an amount equal d)
to all or such portion as the Sec- la
retary shall require of the pay- w
| Make our Drug
i quarters while you
I this week.
I Now is a good
j your medical suppli
j combat winter colds
i to boost Brunswicb
rhen possible. Mon
levelop your commi
tina at Ho
of PUROL products
/ man. The selling
st few months gives
: .. . 'V, .V
rol Products 1
TE, N. C '
ents made hereunder either to
le operator or to such other
irsons as may have received
ich payments hereunder, except
ich payments made for any conact
year or years prior to the
:ar in which such noncompliice
(b) Secretary Is Rights and Reedies.?(1)
The Secretary shall
i entitled to terminate this conact
Such termination shall not
iwever, affect the obligation of
e operator under subsection (a)
this section. (2) Without terinating
this contract the Sectary
may require the operator
pay to him an amount equal
all or any portion of payments
ade to or for the benefit of the
lerator for the year in which
e noncompliance occurred and
ly succeeding year or years, or
ay deduct such amount from
ly payments subsequently beiming
due hereunder and may
[spend all further payments un r
this contract until every such
iduction or refund is satisfied.
The regular monthly meeting
! the vestry of the Episcopal
lurch was held Monday evening
: the rectory. Mayor John Erlk;n,
senior warden, presided.
The United States government
redge Henry Bacon arrived Sunly
and is working on the inmd
waterway near here this
Store your head- . 1
are in Southport X
time to replenish J
es with which to I:
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; county busiey
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i in this counorganization