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Svhe Pilot Covers
urse In First
Ijd To Begin In
Will Be Held At
Kuthport For Training
K. Candidates As In ructors
For First Aid
Hi n WORKER TO
Ifibili-v That Second
En May Be Arranged
~or Shallotte; Notity
I V , Wood side
.a are being perfected this
K'f0r class for First Aid
^Kuctor* which is to start
, . and extend through May
Hp,e course wilt be taught by
H s Huffman, field rcpresenta
(or i rst aid. water safety
I accident prevention for the
m area of the American
Cross, and will be sponsored
tli* Brunswick County Chap
American Red Cross.
,,<1 Mil! be a 30-hour course
H,r which the Red Cross reH
will give instruction
?il! qualify all those who
as Re i Cross First Aid In cers
These folks will then
to conduct classes in all
H^.-j of the county and to cer
candidates who successfully
Classes will be held for 3 hours
H evening, Monday through
a: Southport. An attempt
H^ is being made to arrange for
H instructor to hoi'' daily classes
Shallotte in order that quali
;ay instructors may be pro :
for Shallotte. Waccamaw
H: persons interested in taking
Hccurse. cither at Southport or
Shallotte. should write Miss
Hue May U'oodside immediately
^Hrder that ararngements can be
H* to include them in one class
Huffman. Louisiana football
H and coach, began teaching
Ht aii classes in 1932, giving
^H-cerhficate courses to high
Hoi students. Before joining the
of the American Red Cross,
laurht the standard end ad
iced* courses in first aid conjous!v
for five years.
l native of De Ridder, Louisi
Mr Huffman was a prep
i star at De Ridder High
ore entering Louisiana State
ivcrsity. At L. S. U. he played
year of freshman football and
k years with the varsity as
kie and center. He was grader
with a degree in Zoology
1930 and an M. S. degree in
racial Education in 1937.
'or four years he was football,
keiball anil track coach at De
ider. Louisiana. High. Later he
am? assistant football coach
Northeastern Louisiana Junior
liege. and in 1937 he was apnted
director of health and
(tea; education at the college.
. .ri'g the period Mr. Huffman
;?ht two classes in First Aid
3i year to college students,
I also served as a member of
( first aid committee of the
achita Parish Red Cross Chapist
Who Got Tires
uota For Recaps And New
Tires And Tubes For
Month Of April Distributed
fie full quota of tires and
for both passenger cars and
-Its. and the full quota for reI3';s
for the month of April
" isbursod by the Brunswick
following received passenear
tires and tubes during
month of April: D. M. Cook,
II tir?s and one tube: Mrs.
L Wilictts, one tire and
* tube; Dr. j. w. Hayes, one
p>ev, h B. Bennett, one tire
' tube: Rufus D. Holden,
* re and one tube; L. C. Babt'vo
tires and two tubes; O.
J*>ns, two tubes.
' following received truck
' and tubes 'hirinv O,o mnnth
iG' V' Smith. Jr., one tire
J ? tube: State School Coml?j.
three tires and three
J hi H Stanley, two tires
? *? tubes; R. d. white. Jr.,
r, ,J?s: Robert McLamb, one
( . d on" tube; H. H. Smith,
L e an'i one tube; J. C.
i*!- n thr<?c tires and three
tt ,"row11in6' & savage, two
,ti,. two tubes; E. V. Gore,
t to a"d ?ne tubc: Luther Ben!t
S p W- c- Gore, one
'tub-. Roberson, one tire and
i!0r '* c (Jvvyn, Jr., one tire
* anri Ubc; Moore, one
'tire- ?nC tubc; M >A- Moore,
h r H Maultsby, Sr., two
I tw0r?t'st Mill'gan, two tires
JContir s: Herbert Sellers,
^ued on Page Four),
Vacates Office To Accept
As Armed Guard At
j John G. Cairon. coroner of i
1 Brunswick county and the onlyj
candidate for re-election who was
unopposed for nomination in the
May primary, resigned this of1
ficc Tuesday to accept a job as
armed guard at the pumping station
at Caswell Section Base.
Walter E. Bell, Southport barber,
was named to fill the unexpired
Caison's letter of resignation,
( tendered to Clerk of Court Sam
T. Bennett, follows:
'Since the Japs attacked us on
December 7th, 1941, 1 have been
doing everything within my power
to obtain employment whereby
I could be of a service to my Country.
I have been appointed to
serve as an armed guard at the
Pumping Station at Fort Caswel!
seciion tsasc, ana in view of this
appointment it becomes necessary
that I tender my resignation as
coroner of Brunswick County.
"I regret very much to tender ;
my resignation but I feel that it
is my patriotic duty to forget my
own selfish interest and serve my
Country in its hour of need in ;
More Than 6000 Applica-j
tions Filed For War Ra-1
tion Book No. 1 During
Registration On Tuesday1
END ON FRIDAY
First Four Stamps Contain-!
ed In War Ration Book
Are For One Pound Of
Sugar Each For
zens of Brunswick registeredj
Tuesday for their individual War
Ration No. 1 in the first day of'
registration in this county.
A total of 5951 War Ration
Books were issued, while appli-;
] cations were filed for 6011 citi-1
Registration continues today, j
J tomorrow and Friday with all ap'
plicants going to the school in!
whose district he resides to apply
for his rationing permit.
Although it is believed likely
that a portion of the 28 stamps
contained in War Ration Book No.
! ? ?frtr thr nurrhA?c
| J. illOjr IA. uovu *w. t
of other rationed comodities, the'
first four stamps are to be used ,
for the purchase of sugar.
Each of these first four stamps '
is good for the purchase of one
pound of sugar, but one stamp
must last an individual for two
weeks. In other words, stamp No.
1 may be used any time between 1
now and May 16 for the purchase
of one pound of sugar. Stamp
No. 2 is good for the purchase of
one pound r-f sugar during the two
> weeks period next following that
(date, and after May 16 stamp <
! No. I will not be honored.
From this it may be seen that j
stamps may neither be saved up j
for future use, nor may they be
used in advance. ,
Registration is being handled ,
by the personnel of the consoli- j
dated high schools of the county i
and the colored teachers of the ,
Brunswick County Training School
and a few other voluntary helpers. ;
The teachers have given their full
co-operation to the program, hav- i
ing remained over following com- i
mencemcnt at their own expense <
to aid with the mammoth job of <
. i.. I
Class At Leland
Second Course Of This Nature
For Benefit Of Ladies
Of Community Gets (
Underway This Week
A night I home nursing class
will begin Friday, May 8th, at
the Leland school building from
7 to 9 o'clock. This class will be
instructed by Mrs. Carl West, of I
Leland. A fee of $1.00 will cover <
cost of text book and material to
work with. .1
An afternoon class was started 1
April 24th, with Mrs. Herbert ;
Brew, of Phoenix as instructor.
Dno-inninp- Friday, May 8th this 1
class will meet at 9:30 to 11:30
each morning:. Members are en- f
joying; these classes very much.
The committee on organizing: J
these classes takes this opport- i
unity to thank the Wilmington t
Chapter for their co-operation in
.(Continued On fage Four)
Southport, N. C
Civil Service Employment
Pumpirg Station At I
the capacity in which I can best
Immediately upon receipt of
this resignation, Mr. Bennett
named Bell to fill the unexpired ]
term. Hi8 letter of appointment
"KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE ]
PRESENTS that John G. Caison,
Coroner of Brunswick county has
this day tendered me his resignation
and the said office of coroner
of Brunswick county i: now declared
"NOW, THEREFORE, under
and by virtue of the powers vested
in me by the laws of the state of
North Carolina and reposing special
trust confidence, fidelity and
ability of Walter E. Bell, I do
hereby appoint the said Walter E.
Bell, coroner for the County of
Brunswick, State of North Carolina,
to fill the unexpired term of
John G. Caison, which term expires
on the 1st Monday in December,
"Given under my hand and
Official Seal, this the 5th day of
;rs First DaX|!
Graduation exercises for the
first group to complete the Red
Cross Nurses' Aids course under
Mrs. L. C. Fergus will be observed
with suitable ceremony
tomorrow (Thursday) evening
at 8 o'clock at Southport high
Formal graduation for these
Sodthport ladles was held up
because of the late delivery of
the uniforms for the volunteer
nurses. However, this group
did not wait to begin service,
and already they have played
s|?ectacular roles In rendering I
emergency assistance to war
An impressive ceremony, including
the capping of nursing
candidates, the presentation of
their diplomas by their Inst rue
tor, a talk by L. T. Yaskcll and
musical selections by Captain
Fridolf Anderson, has been arranged
and the public is invited
to be present.
Dates tor Party j
Walter M. Stanaland Call* '
Attention Of Voters To
Precinct and County Con- (
Walter M. Stanaland, chairman '
of the Democratic Executive Com- J
mittee for Brunswick county, has f
announced the following schedule t
for party organization. t
Precinct meetings will be held ,
on Saturday, May 9, with the
chairman of each precinct organ- ,
ization automatically becoming a
member of the county executive ,
committee. y , '
The county convention will meet
Saturday, May 16, at Shallottc at
which time the executive committee
will name its chairman
and other officers, and delegates
will be named to the state con- 1
The democratic state convention
will be held in Raleigh on ?
Friday, May 22, beginning at :
At USO Club:
Variety Of Entertainment t
Being Planned For Amuse- r
ment Of Service Visitors t
At Club ?
Following is the program for s
the Southport USO Club for the a
;oming week: e
Thursday, May 7th, 8:30 P. M.:
Vfotion picture, "TIN PAN AL- t
jEY", Alice Faye, Betty Grable, o
lack Oakie, and John Payne. t
Friday, May 8th, 8:30 P. M.: e
Motion picture, same feature. o
Saturday, May 9th, 8:00 P. M.: "
Social evening. *
Sunday, May 10th, Mother's Day.- c
Morning worship, 11 A. M., eve- a
ling worship, 8 P. M., (Protestant e
:hurch); 6 P. M.: Evening, snack, g
Monday, May 11th, 8:00 P. M.:
(Continued on page 4)
J News paper I
Short Of Goal
In Navy Relief
Drive In County
Chairman Chas E. Gause
Points With Pride And
Appreciation To Work
Of Several Helpers In
However, Work Of Others
In More Sparsely Populated
Districts Calls For
Words Of Highest
Although the drive for Navy
belief funds in Brunswick county 1
'ell i.hort of the assigned quota ]
>f 5750.00, County chairman Chas. ;
5. Gauae reports the collection of
"If all sections of the county
tad responded as well as certain ]
ithers," said Mr. Gausc, "we
vould have reached our quota 1
iasily enough. For instance, Mrs. '
Uildred Hawcs with 520.00 and j
faster Floyd Kirmy, Jr., with .
(15.81, had a total of 535.81 for ;
supply. Mrs. Mattie King raised ;
1 total of 541.30 at Freeland and '
?rs. J. A. Russ turned in more
;han any other one solicitor,
(65.25 for the town of Shallotte. '
"Down at Grissettown," Mr.
lause continued, "Mrs. Agnes
lussy reported collections of 515.- 1
>5; and at Longwood Mrs. L. C. '
Srown raised 55.11. .
"A total of 550.78 was raised
n Southport through the efforts j
if Miss Lois Jane Bussells and '
l number of girls under her dircc- ;
ion. In addition there was a total ;
if 510.85 realized from the bencit
basketball game between the j
Southport all-stars and the scrvce
"I was particularly proud of ,
he showing made in Southport '
tmong our colored citizens who
aiscd $29.00. Ella Lee. Estcllc
Swain and Ella Mitchell took a
cad in this drive. I also want to
nention L. C. McKoy, of Lcland,
vho turned in $5.35.
"If any other citizens desire to
nake contribu*'"n? thl' worthy
'und, they may carry their mon!y
to Prince O'Brien at Waccanaw
Bank && Trust Co.. and it
vill be credited to the account."
Have Good Year
)espite F<ct That Tourist
Traffic Was Held To A
Minimum, Plant Sales
Helped Even Up
Reports from Orton Plantation
ire to the effect that despite the '
dmost complete falling off of .
ourist travel the gardens and 1
tursury had a good season this j
The sale of flowers ar.d plants (
las been especially pleasing. While
his trade is general, plants often <
>cing shipped thousands of miles, <
here is a cause for local gratifi- !
:ation in the number of South- I
>ort people who have bought i
lowers and plants with which to 1
idorn their yards and grounds. 1
hf the ratn, which local noonlr I
lave been buying plants and beau- ^
ifying, a few years store will see ]
be town vying with Orton as a <
dace of beauty in the spring.
(Continued On Page Four>
Be Held 3 Da
RALEIGH. May < ? Gasoline I
ation cards and application forms 1
ire being printed ond will be dis- :
ributed to school registration :
lites throughout North Carolina i
>efore May 12, when, registration \
>egins, according to Theodore S.
lohnson, State Rationing Adminis- (
It is expected that approximate- 1
y 10,000,000 automobile owners 1
n North Carolina and 16 other i
astern states will apply for ra- i
ion cards. I
Five different ration cards have v
>een prepared, and owners of
notor vehicles and inboard motor- >
loats will receive at- registration v
ime the type of card for which i
hey qualify. The cards are dc- i
iffna fnH "A" "R.1 " "R-2 " "R-3" 1
ind "X" cards. Tliey arc intend- I
d to last users until July 1. ?
No application form will have i
o be filled in to obtain the "A," 1
r basic allotment, card. Across t
he . bottom arc seven squares. 1
ach good for one- "unit" of gas- s
line. The gallonage value of each (
unit" will be announced before f
fay 15. The holder of an "A" ?
ard may use up his units as fas' t
a he likes, but he .will not be i
ligible for another after this is (
The "B" cards resemble the a
A" ,'ards except for .the number i
n A Good Coi
May 6th, 1942
Finals At Local
School Come To
Senior Class Day Exercises
Monday Night Mark End
Of Commencement Program
For Southport High
SERMON ON SUNDAY
Message Brought By Rev.
G. W. Lingle Was Full
Of Sound Advice To
Members Of Graduating
Commencement exercises at
Southport high school came to a
close Monday evening with the
presentation of the senior class
play "Forward With Democracy,"
written and directed by Mrs. W.
Following the processional, the
prologue was given by Cari Ward,
rhc welcome was by Frances Cox;
a report of class superlatives was
made by Jeanette Tyndall; and a
musical interlude was furnished
by the class as they sang "In
Dear Old Southport High School."
Freshman history was given by
Mary Jeanette Russ; sophomore
history by Mildred Lancaster;
junior history by Joy Arnold; senior
history by Gilda Arnold.
Johnnie Simmons read the class
poem; the last will and testament
was revealed by Peggy Carr; the
ilass prophesy was by Doris Price.
Martha Grey Brown and Basil
Watts collaborated as giftorians,
ind at this point "One More
Song" was sung by the seniors.
A.wards and diplomas were by
Mrs. E. H. Cranmer, followed by
the farewell by Bill Shannon. The
seniors then sang "Farewell To
rhee," followed by the recessional.
On Sunday morning Rev. G. VV.
Linglc, pastor of St. James Lutheran
church in Fayettevillc, delivered
a most impressive sermon
to the members of the graduating
Using as his text, "Arise, Let
LJs Go Hence," the visiting
[iiinister brought a straightforward
message that was
[illcd with good advice- for
the young graduates. "You boys
and girls stand at the threshhold
jf life," he told them, "and for
you life does not begin at 40, but
now. To the normal trials and trinulatkms
faced by young graduates,
many of you soon will be
in military service. Our physical
world 'ldoks' threatening,' the future
looks dark. Everything that
we believe to be good and holy
seems fo be in danger.1
He recalled that we hear a lot
about "Remember Pearl Harbor,"
and he thodght it well that we do
remember the tiansgressions of
the enemy, "But," he counseled,
'also remember God and His Son,
lesus Christ." He wgrnetK that
lis listeners, particularly tie ;young
graduates, should beware of fear,
which he called our. ^deadliest
"If anything can defeat us," he
leclarcd, "It is fear. .Fear is the
)nc . thing that can. wyftpk us
spiritually and maty; ys worse
than hypocrits. As we are called
ipon to make sacrifices of comforts
and are required to pay
lighec taxes we must cast aside
the fears that beset us because
we have become accustomed to
i?aoeiii?in<r aiioroau with a finnn.
"The antidote of fear is faith,
(continued on page four)
l^s Next Week
)f unit squares.. The . "B-l" card
las 11 units; the "B-2" card has
15'units; and the "B-3" card has
19 units. The value of these units
nay differ from, that of the "A"
lnit. ... >.
In applying for a "B" card, a
:onauhier must present the. regstration
card of the vehicle few
which gasoline is needed" must
file an application' form. The 'information
on his apffUc^tioif pard
ihould show wh? pfc, needs' mbre
gasoline than he Could obtain
with an "A" card.
The applicant for dri' "X" <?ard
nust fill out a form slfowlng foh
what purpose his -vehicle will be
ised, and he must state that his
vehicle will be used either entirey
or substantially for this pur>ose.
Legitimate uses which make
in owner eligible for an "X" card
nclude: (1) for air ambulance" or
learse; (2) for a taxi Of bus; (3)
or a minister in" performance of
ds religious duties; (4) for a phylician,
nurse, veterinarian of
Christian Science practioner; (5}
or the official business of Fetf:ral.
State, local or foreign govirnment
agencies; -(6) for truckng,
delivery or messenger service;
71 for transnortation of materials
ind equipment needed for contraction
or for maintenance and
(continued on page four), -
CANDIDATES.?It is no
ion L. Ganey, left, is a candid
at all untisual that ex-Sherii
opponent. This is the third
j they have opposed each othe
nation for that office. In 193
1938 Ganey was triumphant
nomination is as close as you:
In Ranks (
Home Dem. Club
Miss Genevieve Eakes, conn- (
ty home demonstration agent,
stated yesterday that the Annual
Spring Federation, origin- ,
ally scheduled tor Bolivia on
Thursday of next week, has
been called off because of the
rubber and gasoline shortage,
and because the Bolivia school
will be the scene of gas reg
istration next Tuesday, Wcdc
ncsday and Thursday. t
The flower show sponsored \
by the County council. is au
annual feature of the Spring |C
Federation, and many exhibitors t
will doubtless be greatly disap- r
|M)inted because of this emer- r
Mrs. J. W. Ruark, chairman t
of the Annual Flower Show 9
j sponsored by the Southport Wo|
man's Club, says that arrange- i
! ments are being made to hold f
j this year's event on Friday, ?
.May 15. Since this is largely a I
local event, It was her judge- *
ment that exhibitors will not I
be greatly handicapped because t
I of the tire and rubber situation. |i
May 23rd Set j;
As Poppy DayS
Workers" Will Be Out On J
That Date To See To It c
That Everybody Has ii
Chance To Buy Poppy
America's battle' dead will be o
honored here Saturday, May 23, b
by the wearing of poppies, the t
memorial flower of the English- r
speaking world since the first h
World War. o
Poppies will be distributed on 11
the streets by women of the a
American Legion Auxiliary, who p
will at the same time receive con- o
tributions for the Legion and r
Auxiliary work among the war
disabled and families left in need d
by the results of War. s
The custom of wearing poppies t
in tribute to the dead sprang up r
spontaneously in the ' United
States, England end the British
Dominions at the close of the last i
war, explained Mrs. James Carr, (
Poppy Chairman of the Bruns- '
wick County Unit of the Auxin
iary. The custom was ipspired by
the' poem,". "Flanders'; Fields,'^
(Contihued On Fagier Four)8 ' ' g
Two Cases Come !
In 'Each Instance On Mon- 0
day Defendants Asked y
For Trial By Jury And j,
Were Bound Over Under y
Bond * o
Recorder's Court ? ?
J Ctiiy two cases were called for p
trial here irl Recorder's court y
Monday and in each instance the tl
defendant askeil for trial by jury. 1
LeRoy Marlow, colored, was ci
* -Jit. - ? ? -
cnargea wiui non-auppi t. uci
asked for' jury trial and bond was j ti
set at $200.00.'
Frank L. Alderman, white, j ci
Was charged with drunk driving. 5:
He asked for jury trial and bond t;
was set at $250-00.
iED EVERY WEDNESDAY
OPPONENTS 1 A
g^fl Ebb jt|
t unusual that Sheriff Dil- int
late for re-election, nor is it
'f J. A. Russ, right, is his mil
straight election in which ]
r for the Democratic nomi- mii
6 Russ was the winner; in o.
. Their race for the 1942 ma
r next breath. be?
3f Democrats |
'arty Chairman C I a ims '
That Effort Has Been
Made To Userp His Pow- A
er In Scheduling Of x.
CONFLICTING DATES Pu
BEING ADVERTISED P.
)pponent For Senate Nomi- alt
nation Charges That Par- 2ni
ty Chairman Is Wrong- lar
fully Holding Lead- J
The smoldering coals of politi- Jie
al warfare flare forth brightly Eu
his week with the charge of na
Valter M. Stanaland, chairman 1
if the Democratic Executive i,r
2ommittee, that an attempt has l,"
teen made to wrest from him his
ightful duties as party chair- na
nan, with particular reference
o the mapping out arid publica- P?
ion last week of a series of
And adding fuel to the flame jY'
s a statement made by T. w. fl0
tuark, Southport attorney a'id Tj'
itanaland's opponent for the
)emocratic nomination for State '
Senate, to the effect that the
iarty chairman is attempting to p
ake advantage of his office to
orward the interest of his own na
"It has- 'been a custom in our iarty,"
declared Mr. Ruark this
veek, "that when a man, who ??.'
lad been honored by his fellow ^
Jemocrats by elevation to the
losltion of chairman of the coun- a
y executive committee, decided T1'
o seek nomination for any office .
ic resigned his position as party
hairman immediately aftef- fil- e
iig for that office.
"This tradition was followed by cla
t. I. Mintz, our former chairman "
f the executive committee, and ,
y S. B. Frink, his predeqppspr. p '
It no lime uia cnnerr>yi utcoc ga
sen attempt to jiao bis poet as'
lead of his party to! forward" hW ^
wh Selfish political ambitions. If 2n(
t is not law, then..it certainly, is .
rt established custom, yhat t. 3 ?
arty chairman shall not |iold that
fficc While at the ' sairie time rhl
unning against other Democrats." lQt
His resentirlent against canidates
who prepared a speaking
cheddle and paid for its publics-1
ion last week (and thiS) irt this
lewspapcr is expressed by Chair(Continued
On Page Four) 1
> Ll U_
County,Ranks | S
High In Youth I
s > ' ? ? C
leventy-Eight In Numerical B
Youth Population, But
28th In Percentage Of
Population Below 21Year*"
< - 0
Brunswick codnty ranks 28th 1
i North Carolina in percentage
f youfh population under' 21 1
ears of age and 74th in numer- 2
al youth population under 21
ears of age, according to figures' 2
ompiled by the Bureau of the 3
tensus. ' ,
Brunswick county has a youth 3
opulation under voting age of "21 |
ears of 8,511;, or 49.7 percent of
ie county's total population of ^
7,125 as recorded in the 1940 ^
Figures for other nearby coiin- g
es are as follows: ,
New Hanover county, 38.6 per d
?nt, 18,503:' Columbus county,
1.2 per cent, 23,379; Pender coun-' jj
f, 49 per cent 8,878; and Bladetl
iConUnueU On ftt$e Eouri , ?
lost Of The News
All The Time |
$1.50 PER YEA!
Results In New
Men In Office
ider New Plan Of Com- i
munity Organization Car- I
lous O. Bennett Has Been J
Named Chairman For
unswick Divided Into
Of AAA Program
bounty committeemen for the
.A program in Brunswick counhave
been named, together
h a complete organization of
:h of the 17 community group
o which Brunswick county was
ently divided for the purpose
rendering more effective adnistration
of the farm program,
following are the County Comtteemen:
Chairman ? Carloua I
Bennett, Freeland; Vice Chair,n?E.
Danford, Bolivia; Mem- ,
? G. Martin Bennett, Shalte;
1st Alternate ? H. Linden
irnmons, Supply; Una Alternate
3eorge L. Skipper, Leland.
rhe following Community Com- '
tteemen were named: North
:st: Chairman, Charlie D, !
kes, Acme; vice-chairman, Paul 1
awn, Leland; member, F. L.
L,eland: Chairman, Charlies W,
rvell, Leland; vice-chairman,
C. Chinnis, Leland; member, S.
Sue, Leland; 1st alternate, J.
White, Leland; 2nd alternate,
I. Mintz, Leland.
Town Creek: Chairman, S. L. j
rvis, Leland; vice-chairman, A.
Henry, Winnabow; member,
o. W. Swain, Winnabow; 1st I
ernate, Isaac Gore, Winnabow; 1
1 alternate, T. H. Wolfe, Le- '
Bolivia: Chairman, Dan Johnson,
.nnabow; vice-chairman, W. E.
wis, Winnabow; member, CharKnox,
Bolivia; 1st alternate,
iclid Echiorn, Bolivia; 2nd altertc,
Geo. Danford, Bolivia.
Southport: Chairman, J. D.
ice, Southport; vice-chairman,
H. Swain, Southport: tnsir*-", ft_
D. Price, Southport; 1st alter- ^
te, B. C. Williams, Southport; 2
alternate, Geo. Walton, South- j.
\ntioch: Chairman, C. F. Lenn,
Bolivia; vice-chairman, C. 8.
ird, Bolivia; member, G. R.
ilden, Bolivia; 1st alternate, J.
Lewis, Bolivia; 2nd alternate,
fde Calloway, Bolivia.
Supply: Chairman, R. H.
lultsby, Bolivia: vice-chairman, )
fde Holden, Supply; member,
R. Sellers, Supply; 1st alterte,
R. D. Clcmmons. Supply; 2 f
alternate, John W. Sellers, !
Vlt, Pisgah: Chairman, J. B.
rmons,, Supply; vice-chairman,
lson Lancaster, Supply; mem- r,
r, Herbert Brown, Supply; 1st '
crnate, Edgar Holden, Supply; .!
1 alternate, Snodc Lancaster, j
Soong's Neck; Chairman, Julius I
wctt, Supply; vice-chairman, A. |
Hewett, Supply; member, Lu- ,J
n Fulford, Supply; 1st alterte,
W. S. Kirby, Supply; 2nd
ernate, John Nance, Supply. il
?hallottc: Chairman, L. H.
elps, Supply, vice-chairman,, j
iley. jfluss, Shallotte; member, j
, ;'B. Bennett, Shallotte; 1st
ernate, T. A. Holden, Shallotte,
1 alternate, I. A. Hewett, Sup- )
la use Landing: Chairman L.
omas Hewett, Shallotte; vicelirman,
W. C. Register, Shaltc;
member, Grover Gore,
(Continued on page 4)
ride Tablet ;
Following is the tide table
>r Southport during the next
eek. These hours are approimjwielv
correct and were furished
Hie State Port Pilot
lirough the courtesy of the I
Ape Fear Pilot's Association. I
Ugh Tide Low Tide I
TIDE TABLE 1
Thursday, December 25 j
:51 a. m. 7:16 s. & J
:10 p. m. 7:38 p. at ,i|
Fridav. December 26 11
:44 a. m. 8:19 a. m, \
:06 p. m. 8:33 p. m, J
Saturday, December 37 - ?
:39 a. m. 9:16. a. a. jfl
:04 p. m, 9:34 p. ia? 1
Sunday, December 38 I
:36 a. m. 10:08 a. Mb 4
:01 p. m. 10:11 p. A . j|
Monday, December 38
:30 a. m. 10:57 a. at
.p. in. 10:57 p. A
Tuesday, December 80
:19 a. m. 11:44 a. at
:43 p. m. 11:43 p. Mb '
Wednesday, December 31
:01 a: m. i?- \ t
:36 p. m. 13:30 p. ^ j: