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t V MARCH 21,
,, of Miss Annie \
i; Weeks was sole- 1
tidav night at the '
soiiage at Myrtle 1
The Rev. Theo Jon- 1
liond of the couple, i
Swan, a sister of <
Hi idie Holden and 5
tie Beach to be mar- t
wore a spring suit t
ises with blue acces- s
wore a corsage of 1
< the daughter of v
;ss and the late Mr. j
s taught for several!
Shallotte school and
there for the present'
sprite I-aku ,
jjjj Gllll SCOUTS i
tht regular week- J
: tin Girls Scouts of j
% l. in invitation was
J. tor them to have the
the home of Mrs. Joe *
v f Supply. At the :
Z _ it ills were told of j
recognition and that
have the distinction
. . n Xo. 1 of Brunswick J
tr;v At the close of the regl
ss meetnig, wkhen one 1
i; .. items of Business was *
. - victory garden, the '
- i* invited to -a dining 1
: ulen with good things t
Tit - special surprise was J
planned, and given to 1
,ats by Mr. and Mrs. Joe 3
Hatty Galloway. I
; .orations were hand I
r lay candle sticks made e
>!:- .- _letary. The girls were 1
uppteciation for the i
md kindness shown I
jv;,- piesent were: Erlene I
'hiistine Robinson. Mil- (
A tract of 500 acres is
- mi lie offered for sal
wins. This land is locatet
foi: Caswell road with No
iotte. about 1 miles west of
k -tili-divitied into small
tract having a frontagr
: - paper for announceme
D. J. SI
tare of CAMELLIA INN
We can furnish you w
rate-rials as follows: Insul
footing. Brick, Cement, Iio
E' i-tl. Plaster Board, Dc
Lnlwure, Kyanize Paints,
lumber when necessary lie;
cations are furnished. Ca
-and on Hie
This evening thousands <
asking: for the Long Disl
iknK. ?Sll- iL.!M LAntno oil
win \>un ineir iiumw
You'll bo doing them a rea
toe lines open from 7 to
Southern Bell Telephone
I N C 0 R P
Ired McCall Loreen Galloway,1 a
Doris Vanium, Eetha Mae Gallo- ei
vay, Lida Galloway, Connie Gal- e:
oway, and Beatrice Lancaster, ti
The absence of Arlene Robinson, \ T
5earl Varnum and Edith Gal- P.
oway, assistant leader, was much t'
egretted. Also present were Virginia
Pope, leader, and two of the ' >
committee women, Mrs. George a
Swain and Ethel Satterfield. b
The troop has been invited to c(
he new Hanover Scout birthday,a
jarty cn March 17, celebrating
he thirty-third anniversary of s'
scouting for girls in America.
During anniversary week there E
vill be a display in Belk's show, ^
vindow. The drawings in the dis- ^
>lay were made by Virginia Pope ?'
issisted by girls of this troop. I
BIRTHDAY PARTY ?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phelps a
'ntertained a number of young (
reople at their home in Bolivia on
rebruary 15 at a party given in
ionor of their daughter, Margie b.
m the occasion of her fifteenth ,'
Games were played and delight- jn
ul refreshments were enjoyed by
ill. Margie received several nice u
Those present were: Miss Marfie
Phelps, honoree, Mesdames Ru- 1
>y Danford, Ed. Mercer, Jasper
ilurrell. Wesley Garner, Mr. and ^
drs. Robert Phelps Mr. and Mrs.
larold Cox. Misses Sammie Lane
ilercer, Juanita uavis, Ula Gain- j
r, Annie Lou Johnson, Louise ^
lohnson, Betty Lou Cox, Aleze (
inox. Flora McNeill, Mary Leeia'
ilercer, Louise Gray, Frances
>esh and Margaret Ann Phelps.!
Boys present were: Layman Jon-j
is, James Alfred Clemmons.
Vorth McKeithan, Tray Henry,
.indsay Walton, Ted Stone, El>ert
Knox, Hubert Keith Britton,
.aVerne Edwards, Bailey Lee Mc- j j.,
Dowell. Guilford Hilburn, W. H. D
joleman, Edward Murrell and ^
iQ rnu QAir l >
LlJ i \Jk\ UnLib | in
now being: surveyed and ibl
e at low prices and easy |s<
I at the junction of the f
. 130, South port to Shal- ' h,
Southport. The land will s,
units of 1 to 20 acres? fc
e on the highway. Watch w
lit as to when agent will ai
ith non-rationed building I
ation Board, Bock Wool, I
ck, Sand, Plaster, Beaver 9
iors, Windows, Building I
Terra Cotta Pipe. Also
emits, ratings and certifiII
or see us for your re-3339
IS SUPPLY, Inc.
on, n. c.
>f service men will be"" I
.?'Uice lines that connect
over America. .
il favor if you help keep
10 P.M. They'll appre-' I
and Telegraph Company ?
The Training Union of the
aptist church was entertained
t an outing Thursday night by
iisses Marjorie Potter and Louise
ees Nineteen guests arrived and
ent out to Clear Lake for a
Hobo Convention" Gathered
round a big camp fire at the
ige of the lake they played gam3,
made some "trampy" tesoluons
and roasted weiners. Miss
helma Sellers was awarded the
rize?a can of lye?for being the
The occasion also marked the
irthday of Mrs. George NVhatley
nd she was presented with a
irthday cake with candles. The
ike was sliced by Mrs. What le v
nd enjoyed by all the guests.
Those attending the "convenrun"
were Mrs. George Wliatley,
Irs. Jessie Cooprider, Mrs. John
ail. Mrs. George Stephens. Jr.,
Irs. Walter Nichols, Mr. and Mrs.
hillip Golden, Misses Nancy Coprider,
Thelma Sellers, Dora Wal>n.
Olivedean Smith, Vickie Lanister,
Susie Sellers. Pearl Mae
ewis, Barbara Weeks, Marjorie
otter, Louise Rees, Bobby Blown
nd Hubert Livingston.
On last Tuesday night the Presyteiian
Auxiliary met in the
Dine of Mrs. Gladys Wolfe. The
leeting was called to order by
le president. Mrs. Jessie Harper, J
ho also had charge of the ptoiam.
After the program delicious re eshments
were served to the fo!-j
wing by the hostess:
Mrs. Harry Aldridge, Mrs.
layton Hickman, Mrs. Jessie j
arper, Mrs W. B. Moore, Mrs. J
[iriam Newton. Mr.. James Pin-1S
lt, Mrs. Doris Stephenson, Mrs. va
Wolfe, Mrs. Kathleen Webb,
id Mrs. Odessa Williamson.
X Lii\u V1UJXJU
Mrs. J. Hicks Bunting, Mrs. t
any Smallbones and Miss Janie t:
unn of Wilmington visited Mrs.
ugusta Roberts and Miss Nora n
orrison here Tuesda}'. 1C
Willie B. Robinson spent the a
?st week-end in Lumberton visit- f
ig Miss Esther Prevatte, who has A
sen sick at her home there for r
'veral days. v,
N. K. Taylor left Wednesday f
>r Seattle, Washington, where
; will be stationed with the U. JEngineers
for a short time be- v
>re going to Hawaii. Mis. Taylor f
ill temain with her parents, Mr. C
id Mrs. Jesse D. Robinson, at
upply until his return. j
Misses Shirley Robinson and a
No heart so sad, no home so
sunshine and happiness to it. She
and troubles and starts you on I
Readings?White and Colored, dai
LOCATED in House Trailer <
Earl Bass' Sendee Sta. Look for
" ' rep
makes of farm tractors, p<
or Diesel Engines.
For Trucks, Tractors a
Good Lubrication Is Imp*
You With Th
We Have For Sale a La
"Your John D<
THE STATE PORT
Helen and Ken Rene, \\1
^resent their Southern Ball!
Southport School auditorium.1
.ored by the Woman's Club.I
uanita Seav of Wilmington spent B
he past week-end with Mr. andj
trs. George Whatley.
Mrs. J. W. Norton and daughter,
'enelope, spent Monday with Rev.
nd Mis. A. L. Brown.
Ned Smith, son of Mrs. Minnie
imith, with his wife and two litle
daughters spent a few days
his past week here with relatives.
Last Tuesday Miss Maude Innan,
T-5 Joseph L. Inman, Mrs.,
). B. Sellers, Mrs. Wilson Arnold,1
nd son, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
I. Clayton of Kingstree, S. C.
tr. and Mrs. Clayton are former
csidents of Brunswick County and
/ill be remembered by a host of
Chief Warrant Officer Murley
food is spending a few days here
,-ith his family. He is enroute
rom Connecticut to a part in
Mrs. A. B. Pope and daughter, I
liss Terry Pope, of Charlotte,
re visiting Mr. and Mis. J. W. j
Jam Dean I
" almist Life Reader?Advisor
ES) Licensed by State of N.
jubtful, discontented and unlit
this medium. She advises
fairs of life. If worried over
me unhappy, love or some inholding
you down and prefrom
obtaining your object in
this gifted lady,
dreary that she cannot bring
lifts you out of your sorrows
he road to success and happilly
and Sun., 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
j 11 Clarkton Highway at?
Hand Sign. Whiteville, N. C.
Specialize In making
airs to or rebuilding all
>wer units, motor trucks
nd Farm Machinery.
>rtant . . . Let us help
te Model Used 6-foot
PILOT, SOUTHPORT, N. (
FRIDAY NIGHT *
ho with their company will
et on Friday night in the
The program is being sponHewett.
Herman Sellers, BM 2-c, is
spending a few days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sellers,
at Supply. While his ship was in
port he was given a short leave.
Warren D. Hewett, G. M. 1-c,
is at home from the Navy on a
ten days leave with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hewett.
Mrs. Margie Burnett, of Rocky
Point, is visiting Misses Lettie
and Margie Hickman.
Miss Lottie Hewett and her
little nephew, W. D. Dickerson, of
Wilmington, spent the week-end
at Shallotte with Miss Hewett's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hewett.
Ed. and Robert Marlowe, who
have been spending a months
leave here with their families, re
turned to their ship in New York
Monday. Both the men have seen
much overseas service.
Misses Alice Grayton, Mary Davis,
Elizabeth. Skeen, Helen Dowels,
Gertrude Coward, Bernadine
Foyles and Mary Stewart, all of
Wilmington, were the guests of
Mrs. Annie K. Vitou and Mrs.
Helen Eragaw .over the week-end.
Pfc. and Mrs. H. R. Thomas
announce the biith of a son 0:1
March 4 at Dosher Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Thomas is the former
Mary Joyce Weeks, daughter of
Capt. and Mrs. A. E. Weeks. Pfc,
Thomas is attending medical
school in Denver, Colo.
About Where You'll
We Are Now
The Deafer In
This Vicinity For
Place Your Orders
Now so we can serve
You First !
SOUTHPORT, N. C.
News From ,
Mr and Mrs. Gafford Hewett
of Supply announce the birth of
a daughter on Sunday.
Mrs. Elizabeth McKetthan was
a medical patient from Thursday
Mrs. Delia Andrews is a medical
patient, having entered on ,
Mrs. Lillie May Beck of Bolivia
entered on Tuesday as a medical
Judy Lane Holden, infant (
(daughter of Mrs. Janie Holden of
I Supply, is a medical patient, havj
ing entered on Thursday.
Park Gaines, of the Lighthouse :
Service, is a patient, having enj
tered on Friday,
j Mrs. J. VV. Flowers of Wilmingj
ton was a patient from Friday
! until Monday.
| Mrs. Lillian Wilkerson of Le'
land, has been a medical patient
| since Saturday.
Miss Belva Coleman of Ash en|
tered on Saturday as a medical
! patient. ' i
Mrs. Bertha Reach of Supply
i entered on Monday as a medical
Green Lewis of Bolivia entered:
on Monday for treatment,
i Mrs. Charlie Newton has been
ja medical patient since Monday. |
Miss Marion Frink entered on
Tuesday as a surgical patient.
The Bolivia Home Demonstration
club met with Mrs. O. T. Lewis,
Jr., for the regular monthly
meeting. Mrs. Early Danford call-!
ed the gathering to order. The;
Collect was repeated, the Minutes'
read, the roll called and the treasI
urers report was given and approved.
Mrs. W. K. Kopp, the food leader,
gave an interesting talk on1
well planned meals from the pan-!
try shelyes. She also had a demonstration
with Dutch string;
beans. During the social hour
the Dutch string beans, hot bis- j
cuit, coffee and cookies were serv-1
ed to the following members; Mr;: ;
Amelia Eichorn, Mrs. Frank j
, Mintz, Mrs. Ephriam Danford,
Mrs. Early Danford, Mrs. O. T.
Lewis, Jr., and Mrs. John Dan1
CiPM AG1 TUAVVC
v/i *??** v** Aitmi no
Our friends, of Southport and|
1 Brunswick County of both races, J
please accept our sincere apprecia- j
tion for your thoughtful expres-,
sions of love and sympathy we
received, through letters, messages
and flowers, during the illness
and death of our beloved husband
and brother, J. Fred Smith.
WIFE, BROTHERS & SISTERS
VISITING IN FLORIDA j
Mrs. W. A. Reynolds of Shallotte
and Mrs. Fred Newberry of
Wilmington ate spending a
month in Florida with Mrs. Reynolds'
daughter, Mr3, W. P. Culberson.
Mrs. Reynolds is a native
of Florida and her husband, a
Commander in the Navy during
the first world war, says it is the
first vacation she ha9 had since
they were married 30 years ago.
HOME ON BUSINESS
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bennett,
former residents of Waccamaw
township who now live in Charleston,
were visitors at their former
home on business over the
week-end. They are among many
Charleston folks, who get this
paper and Mr. Bennett said it is
something they looked forward to
receiving each week.
When Mother Goose, who in
private life was Mrs. Isaac Goose
of Boston, wrote "Mary, Mary
Quite Contrary" she had Mary,
Queen of Scots, in mind.
Wonderfully quick l
a little Va-tro-nol ^ *
up each nostril helps open nasal passages-makes
your head fills up with stuffy transient
congestion! Va-tro-nol gives grand relief,
too. from sniffly. sneezy distress of
head colds. Follow directions in folder.
VV Ml IX X 1L/V7
FOR SALE?1936 Chevrolet Coach
with pre-war tires in good condition.
See Murley Hood, Southport,
LOST?Ration Book No. 4. Please
return to Albert W. Williams,
Shallotte, N. C.
LOST ? Identification bracelet
with "Margie" engraved on it.
Lost in front of Ruark's store.
Finder please return to Margie
Hickman, Southport, N. C.
W A NTED ?
Two competent person to qualify
for dealer for the famous J.
R. Watkins Products. Territory to
be Northwest, Town Creek and
Smithville townships. The position
is clean, profitable and beneficial.
To qualify one must have automobile
and put up bond for credit,
either personal or cash deposit.
For complete information and
qualifications see me at once.
Your Watkins Dealer,
EDWARD S. SMITH,
Ash, N. C.
kes All Typ esc
This Bank has funds avai
making loans to business fir
or small; to owners of real
town or country; to farmer
other individuals who may r
for any worth-while purpost
Sound loans are an impor
of our business. Come in ar
if you need cash. You enjo
important advantages when
row from your Bank. Your
tion will be given prompt f
teous consideration here.
AND TRUST COMI
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FOR SALE ?Field Fence, I
Barb Wire, poultry wire, 41
metal clothes lines, nails 6c II
/>er pound, Garden and I
t'ield Seeds, Fishing Tackle, I
Fish Nets. Shervvin - Wil- 41
liams Paints. Farm Tools. I
Furniture, Linoleum Rugs. I
Cow Halters, Bridles, Har- I
ness. OSCAR HIGH, Court 'II
House Square, Whiteville, I
N. C. hi
TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED ? I
And Cleaned. Some adding ma- I
chine work. W. V. Hammonds. jjl
203 W. Col. St.. WhiteUlle, N. C. I
New crop ARTICHOKE PICKLES II
by Mrs. Martin's prize recipe I
at home of WHISKEY CREEK I
HONEY, for twenty years a I
favorite in the Carolines. At I
your grocers. I
ADMINISTRATORS MITK'K I
Having qualified as administrator jl
of the estate of Dunbar B. Hewett, I
deceased, late of Brunswick County, I
X. C., this is to notify ail persons I
having claims against the estate of fl
said deceased to exhibit them to the |
undersigned at W. M. Hewett's store 1
in .Shallotte. X. C.. on or before I
, March 22. 1946, or this notice will b* I
;pleaded in bar of their recovery. Ail hill
persons indebted to said estate will I
please make immediate payment. |
This 16th day of .March. 1945. I
W. M. HEWETT. I
Administrator of the Estate of 1
! Dl'XBAR B. HEWETT. deceased. I
EXE( I TKIX'jr VfiTII E I
TO CREDITORS I
Having qualified as executrix of the HI
will of the late John D. McKelthan. 1
deceased, of Brunswick County. North j I
Carolina, this is to notify all persons I
having claims against the estate of I
the deceased to exhibit them to the 1
undersigned at Southport. North Car- I
olina. on or before the 16th day of 1
February, 1946. or this notive will I
be pleaded In bar of their recovery. ftflB
Alt persons Indebted to said estate I
will please make immediate payment. <Jj[l
; ^Thls the 16th day of February, I
MARY M. McKBlTHAN. 'i I
l Executrix of The Will of I
JOHN D. MCKBITHAN 41
NORTH CAROLINA g
BRUNSWICK COUNTY >
The undersigned having qualified I
as administratrix of the estate of J. I
V. Simmons. decreased. late of i
Brunswick County, this is to notify 1
..ill n^rsnrm ha vine claims against I
said estate to present them to the
undersigned on or before 15th day
of February. 1946. or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their reccovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
This 8th day of February. 1945.
DORA ' SIMMONS, Administratrix
R. H. BURN'S. Sr.. Attorney
Whl tortile, N. C.
S E R V I C E
GLEANERS ! J
SOUTHPORT, N. C. I
liable for H
ms, large I
estate in H
s and to ^ j |
id see us
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