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The State port pilot. (Southport, N.C.) 1928-current, August 31, 1949, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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ELLEN'S Typewriter & Adding Machine Repair Service ? Southport, IV. C. L serve you Repairs on all makes and models of typewrit itJm machines. We also service sewing machines , et, we are happy to give you advice on your damage" tot tf.ise your ofi.ee supplies from us and save money News From Dosher Memorial Hospital Baby Tommie Robinson of Sup ply was a medical patient from Monday until Wednesday. Mrs. Ellie Clemmons of Supply spent Monday until Friday as a medical patient. Mrs. Sadie Wescott of Bolivia was a medical patient from Mon day until Saturday. Mrs. Bessie McLamb of Shal lotte entered on Monday as a CINDER BLOCKS New And Used Blocks For Immediate Delivery FLOOR SANDING MACHINE FOR RENT G. W. McGLAMERY Southport, N. G. medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Wescott of Bolivia announce the birth of a daughter on Monday. Mrs. Gertha Ward of Southport spent Tuesday until Wednesday as a medical patient. James Lambro of Shallotte en tered as a medical patient on I Tuesday. j Mrs. Lillian Faulk of Southport j spent Tuesday until Saturday as , a medical patient. 1 Mrs. Ellen Watts of Southport | was a medical patient from Wed ' nesday until Thursday. Fletcher Williams of Leland spent Wednesday until Thursday as a medical patient. Robert Combs of Leland was a medical patient from Wednes day until Monday. Master Bobby Ray Benton of Winnabow spent Thursday until Friday as a surgical patient. Miss Betty Lee Benton of Win nabow was a surgical patient from Thursday until Friday. Coy Anderson of U. S. C. G., Southport, spent Thursday until Monday as a medical patient. Mrs. Edna Bell of Southport entered as a medical patient on Thursday. Joseph T. Ramsaur of Winna bow entered on Thursday as a medical patient. W. Doce McKeithan of Ash, was a m^ical patient from Thursday until Friday. i Mrs. Lissie Benton of Ash en -LAND SALE Sept. 3, 1949 at 1:30 P. M. Longwood, North Carolina -J. B. WARD PROPERTY - Five Business Lots 50 x 150 ? ' ?' '? ? ? ? - . 1 ' ' . - . , On Paved Highway. These Lots Will Be Offered To White Only -ALSO: Eleven Residential Lots 50 x 150 And 50 x 225 ALSO 4 DESIRABLE BUSINESS LOTS These Lots Will Be Offered To Colored Only. TERMS: V* Down And Balance To Be PAID IN 3 YEARLY PAYMENTS. tered on Friday as a medical patient. Carol Jean Lewis of Winnabow was a surgical patient from Sat urday until Sunday. Mrs. Mary Joyce Thomas of Southport entered on Saturday as a medical patient. Miss Barbara Brown of Supply was a surgical patient from Sat urday until Sunday. Richard LeFors of U. S. C. G., Southport, entefed on Saturday as a medical patient. Mrs. Lillian Benton of Ash en tered as a medical patient on Monday. PERSONALS Edward Taylor of Woodruff, S. C., spent the week-end here with his mother, Mrs. C. Ed Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson, Jr., and family of Raleigh spent the week-end here visiting his mother. Mrs. Earl Brown and children of Raleigh are spending a few days here with her mother, Mrs. C. Ed Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Denning and family spent the week-end in Manteo where they attended the Saturday night performance of "The Lost Colony". Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hay man have returned from a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Frank Nolan and little daughter return to their home at Charleston today after spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. F. Mollycheck. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Golden of Manito, 111., spent several days here recently with Miss Louise Rees. Mr. and Mrs. John Bender of Manito, 111., spent several days here recently with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Livingston. Mrs. Jack Hickman has re turned home after spending a week in New London, Conn., with her sister, Mrs. L. P. Munford. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wilson, Mrs. Ralph Linder and two chil dren of Atlanta, Ga. has returned home after spending a week here with relatives. , AMUZU THEATRE ? vSOUTHPORT, N. ?* Admission ? 14c and 30c Two Shows Nightly Starting at 7:30 o'clock Except? SATURDAY ? Three Shows Starting at 7:00 Thurs., Fri., Sept. 1-2 "RED PONY" (In Color) Myrna Loy and Robert Mitchum ALSO ? Cartoon Saturday, Sept. 3 ? "WESTERN HERITAGE" Tim Holt and Nan Leslie ALSO ? Selected Short ? Mon., Tues., Sept. 5-6 ? "WALLFLOWER" Robert Hutton and Joyce Reynolds ALSO ? Cartoon Wednesday, Sept. 7 ? "GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN" ALSO? Chapt. 3 ? "Mysterious Mr. M." COMING "THE PALEFACE" | Bob Hope - Jane Russell Mrs. C. D. Stroup and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sweezy and children of Morganton spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willis. YOUNG CHII.D DIES Dwight Simeon Hewett, two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. France Hewett of Supply, died here in the Dosher Memorial Hos pital Monday afternoon. Funeral sen-ices were held Tuesday at the graveside in the Chapel Hill ceme tery. GOOD GULF Use The Best. Always Call For GOOD GULF Gasoline & Motor Oil ENNIS LONG SERVICE STATION , U. S. No. 17 Supply, N. G LOOK AROUND the More You See of Tractors the More You'll See in a CASE S ? Look past the pretty paint to die real purpose of a tractor? to pot power to work and push your farming forward. See bow Cue tractors in every size haw the pull, the right gear speeds, and the sure-footed traction to work more acres for every day of your time. See bow their extra comforts, convenience and easy handling save your strength. See how their con sistent economy holds down youc > fuel bills. See how Case ENDU1U j ANCE gives extra years of aat ! from your investment, saves money I every year on upkeep. 4 Power Groups 20 Great Models WE HAVE ON HAND FOR Immediate Delivery The Following CASE FARM IMPLEMENTS Both light and heavy weight Bush and Bog Disc Har rows ? 5-foot, 6-foot and 7-foot Gang Disc Harrows ? Hay Balers . . . Combines . . . Corn Shelters . . . Four, Five and Six Blade Tillers .... Two and Four Wheel Trailers . . . Power Units . . . Disc Blades and Sweeps. i . ? ? We Also Have Horse Drawn Weeders ? Cultiva tors ? Turn Plows ? One and Two Horse Wagons? and Harness, Tractor and Horse Drawn Stalk Cutters, Lime Spreaders, Hammer Mills and Manure Spread ers, Pick-Up Hay Balers . . . Horse - Drawn Hay Rak es . G. M. Diesel Power Units AND REPAIR PARTS Wisconsin Air Cooled Motors AND PARTS Tractors For Immediate Delivery Tractor Repair is Our Business . . . And Service Our First Name. CALL US DAY OR NIGHT FOR SERVICE S- L- FULLER 8C CO. 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