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LlK.v M:io Sellers, daugh
v'" :;nd Mrs. C. R. Sellers,
and Julian L.
Mil s*1" ??rs. H. W.
of Southport were
a simple ceremony on
22. 194S. at 6 o'clock
irsona?<' of the Baptist
fJ'v h. M. Baker, pastor
(of the Southport Baptist church, |
(performed the ceremony.
j The bride was attractively
dressed in a light gray gabardine
suit with black accessories. Her
corsage was of pink carnations.
Miss Pearl Mae Lewis was the
brides only attendant and wore
a green suit with green acces
sories. Her corsage was of white
I Victor Bartels attended the
OCEAN VIEW TAVERN
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND
KEGt'LAR MEALS . . . SPECIAL DINNERS
Really Cooked By An Expert
rig Rooms, Bed Rooms, Furnished throughout
In The Best Obtainable.
Open Every Day In The Year ! !
UaN VIEW TAVERN HOLDEN BEACH
unswick plumbing service
ye uo anywhere in Brunswick for the installation and
rot plumbing. Experienced workmanship and satis
pon .ill jobs.
\ Gore D. L. Bowen
Shallotte, N. G.
Your car needs to have its grease and oil changed in
Mather just like you change to winter clothing,
srjr is our specialty. Bring your car to us and let
jit up for safe winter driving.
S. No. 17 Supply, N. G.
groom as best man.
Immediately after the ceremony
the couple left for a short wedd
Mrs. Southerland is employed
by Dr. R. C. Daniel in Southport
and Mr. Southerland is employed
in the U. S. Dredge Lyman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes and
children, of Wyoming, Pa., have
been spending the holidays here
with Mrs. Hughes' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Carr.
Miss Ruby Jean Bennett, stu
dent nurse at the Baker-Thomp
son Memorial Hospital in Lum
berton, spent the Christmas and
New Year holiday here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam T.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Thigpen
and children, Alfred, Bryan,
Blanche and Ola Fay, of Beulah
ville here guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John G. Caison Thursday.
George Whatley is spending a
vacation with relatives in St.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown have
returned to Raleigh after spend
ing a week here with Mrs. C.
Mrs. E. H. Arrington and Mrs.
J. W. Ruark spent Monday night
in Red Springs where they went
to carry Miss Pat Arrington back
to Flora Macdonald College fol
lowing the holidays. 9
Edward Taylor has returned to
Woodruff, S. C. after spending
the past week here with his
mother, Mrs. C. Ed Taylor.
Miss Macie Duncan of White
ville and Miss Nita George of
Jacksonville, classmates of Miss
Hermine Dosher at James Walker
School of Nursing, spent the New
Year holiday here with her at
the home of her mother, Mrs. J.
Willie Dan Evans of Ash. spent
Monday until Thursday as a1
PLANTERS & DISTRIBUTORS
We have them in stock, both single and double-hop
per type. These implements still are hard to get, and
those we have came on a quota. Get yours while they
* '?. ' i
Harry L. Mintz, Jr., Mgr.
SUPPLY, N. C.
ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER
Right Here At Home
We are ready to fill your order for good Lumber,
regardless of how large or small your needs may be
Bring us your order and let us submit an estimate
on your building materials.
We plan to specialize in furnishing bills of materi
als for building beach cottages.
R & B LUMBER CO.
Located On Bethel Church Road
Southport, N. G.
MR. AND MKS. KEMP KObS HOLDEN?whose mar
riage took place Saturday, December 11 at Zion Methodist;
church, Brunswick county. Mrs. Holden is the former We-j
tona Tharp. Mr. and Mrs. Holden will make their home at
William D. Anderson of Holden
Beach entered as a medical pat
ient on Monday.
Mrs. Elsie Ashburn of South
port entered on Monday as a
medical patient. "
Miss Annie Jane Bennett of
Ash was a surgical patient on
Tuesday until Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lancaster
of Southport announce the birth
of a son on Monday.
Edward J. Hanson of South
port spent Wednesday until Mon
day as a surgical patient.
Mrs. Lillian Piver of Ash en
tered as a surgical patient on
Mrs. Evelyn High of Ash en
tered on Wednesday as a medical
Mrs. Fannie M. Parker of Sup
ply entered as a surgical patient
Mrs. Emma Norris of Ash
spent Thursday until Monday as
a surgical patient.
Edwin W. Clemmons of Shal
lotte entered as a surgical pat
ient on Thursday.
Carl Hardee of Southport en
tered on Friday as a medical
Master Frankie Brown of
Bolivia entered as a medical pat
ient on Saturday.
S. G. Holden of Supply enter
ed on Saturday as a medical
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Newton of
Southport announce the birth of
a daughter on Sunday.
Robert Lennon of Shallotte en
tered on Monday as a medical
PLANNING TO BUILD?
LET ME STIMATE ON EITHER RESIDENCE
OR BUSINESS BUILDING.
W. BRUCE MOODY
Carpenter ? Contractor
P. O. ? SHALLOTTE ? Residence GRISSETTOWN
AUTO . . LIABILITY . . FIRE . . COLLISION
LIFE . . HOSPITALIZATION
J. B. HEWETT
? Insurance of All Kinds ?
SHALLOTTE, - - - NORTH CAROLINA
? J ? M |
Washing Machines ? Radios ? Electric Stove?
Irons - Hotwater Heaters ? Vaccum Gleaner?
These and many other appliances that help
make your life more pleasant.
KINGS ELECTRICAL SALES CO.,
SHAI '.OTTE, N. C.
Even Dirt Road
Has Its Danger
Even dirt roads can claim their
their casualties when there is
too much zig-zagging or forgett
ing to do same. Saturday night
a car operated by William Ellis
Gray on a dirt road east of Win
nabow zagged to much and zigg
ed too little so that the center
of the raditator collided with a
large pine tree.
Gray, a colored man, was ac
companied by Van Jenrette, also
colored. Jenrette received severe
lacreations about the chin and
face and also a very painful knee
injury. Despite the dirt road, the
car, a 1941 model Ford, was do
ing around 40 miles per hour,
according to State Highway Pat
rolman C. M. Cummings, who in
vestigated the wreck.
Cummings says that the car
was damaged at least $400.00 He
arrested Gray and charged him
with reckless driving.
LEAVES FOR NORFLOK
Harry E. Johnson, who has
been in command of the Oak
Island Coast Guard station since
September, 1947, has been trans
ferred to Norfolk and is leaving
for his new post shortly. Until
a new Chief Warrant Officer ar
rives Chief Petty Officer Walter
Lewis will be in charge at Oak
Island. Mrs. Johnson and little
daughter will continue their resi
dence here until school ends.
Southport high school boys were
easy winners last night a group
of the Wilmingtqn high school
boys known as the Speed Demons.
The score was 44 to 18. Brendle
scroed 18 points for Southport,
B. Spencer and Russ gathered
10 each; Dosher, H. Spencer and
Fisher took 2 points each. For
Wilmington, Hayes 7; Culbreth
5; Potter 4; G. Stone 2.
j The Bast Arcedia colored boys
land girls come to Southport fori
i a double-header with the' boys
! and girls of the Brunswick I
| County Training School Friday j
I night of this week. The visiting!
teams are ratted highly and are J
; expected to meet with stiff op
i position here. The games will be
called at 7:30 o'clock and promise r
I to be well worth seeing.
1 WACCAMAW P. T. A.
| The Waceamaw High School
i P. T. A. will meet January 12 at
17:30 o'clock in the high school
| auditorium. An interesting pro
I gram has been planned, and the
l public is invited.
You save time and you save money when you come
to a store that specializes in furnishing everything you
need in the way of auto parts and accessories. ??.i
SUPPLY. N. C.
BRING US YOUR JOB
All automobile body and fender woj*k.
Expert raditator repair.
We do whatever your car needs and guar
antee our work.
ASK THOSE WE SERVE
Route 17 SUPPLY, N. C.
T obacco Canvas
We Have Good Supply Of To
bacco Canvas On Hand. We Sug
gest That You Buy While We Can
Take Care Of Your Needs.
There Is No More Important Part
Of A Tobacco Crop Than To Get
Off To A Good Start With Your
Don't Put It Off. Come To See
Us This Week.
Shallotte Trading Co.
Hobson Kirby, Prop.
SHALLOTTE, N. G.
t SAFER! SWITCH TO A SET OF
SAVE UP TO 25% WITH OLD TIRES
TIRES ... WHEELS ... RIMS . . . RECAPPING
Phone 110J W. G. BLACK Whitevillt