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A. B. Weeks, of Charleston, S
C. spent the week end here Witt
! WEEKLY SESSION
| (Continued From Page One)
I for six months.
I The same defendant pleadei
I guilty to charges of driving Witt
I improper license and was give:
I 30 days, judgment being suspendI
ed upon payment of costs and a
|| fine of $5.00.
II Judgment was with held in thf
|| case against Dock Bryant foi
I reckles operation.
nv Similar disposition was made o(
n the case charging William Tatuir
I wit hthe same offense.
I Laura Smith. Pearl Richardson
jf Hugh Curtis Burris and Gastor
0 Thompson. all white, facet
charges of larceny. A nol pross
1 was taken as to all save the
first-named defendant. Judgment
was with held as to her.
TRUCK AND BUS
(Continued from page one)
I however, the crippling of normal
business operation. It simply is a
step toward organizing all available
means of transportation during
a critical emergency."
Truck and bus owners in the
State have been noticeably laggard
in returning their cards. Thi
questionnaires were mailed oul
(November 17. and the latest report
showed that only 48.000 out
of 138.000 had been returned, representing
approximately 36 per
cent of the total. This is compared
with a 90 percent return in
Wisconsin and a 70 percent response
in South Carolina.
Information desired includes:
boijy type, capacity, location, and
other details, all of which is asked
on the questionnaire card. The
questionnaire is simple in form
and carries no obligation.
Space "A", in the upper lefthand
corner of the questionnaire
contains the motor number of the
Program For Week Of
Friday - Saturday?
with Carey Grant
and Irene Dunne
"There's Music in Your Hair"
Monday - Tuesday?
"TIME OUT FOR
with Rudy Vallee
Also Fox Movietone News
Wednesday - Thursday?
with Cesar Romero
and Carol Landis
Also M-G-M Short.
New Year's Eve Show
OF THE CAMPUS"
with Ruby Keeler
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Stores can spread their
Christmas rush over
several weeks, but we
have to handle an ova-lanche
of long distance
calls on Christmas Eve c
This Christmas, thoug
built many additional 1
distance circuits and gre
facilities, there will stil
Christmas Day than the
This year, more telep
fore will work Christmi
serving you, doing their
holiday calls. Every c
service. But, despite ou
to be delays and disap
If your calls get cau
member the difficult cc
phone folks will be worl
Southerd Bell Teleph ot
- I N C 0 I
. particular vehicle for which a
i [ given card is issued. Owners
1 should use this number for identi'
fying their vehicles and give the
j information desired about each
t vehicle on the card containing its
motor number. This will eliminate
much unnecessary confusion ;
1 and delay after the cards have,
i been returned to Raleigh.
I Excluded from this inventory
are: passenger cars, light farm ,
i! or passenger car trailers, station ,
wagons, ambulances, hearses, and '
fire trucks. Owners of all other
types of motor vehicles used for:
1 purposes of transportation should !
f j fill in and return their cards im- [
i mediately. Mr. Baise said today. ]
Any owner who has already com,
j pleted and returned his card in ;
II the envelope with a return ad-j
11 dress stamped on the outside need
i not fill out a second one. he ad- [
11 ded. The return-address envelope
I! is furnished with each questionnaire
card mailed out.
In addition to Mr. Baise, other
members of this committee are
' W. H. Rogers, Jr., assistant motor
vehicle commissioner, and Major
I John T. Armstrong of the State
. Highway Patrol. Mr. Baise is
Chief State Highway Engineer, i
TAX LAWS GOVERN
'! (Continued From Page One)
t of performing special duties in
connection with the event are not
liable for tax.
Members of the faculty admitted
free to affairs at the school
at which they are employed are
not liable for tax. If they are
admitted at a reduced rate they
are liable for tax on the reduced
i TO END DRIVE OF
i RED CROSS FOLKS
(Continued from page 11
.; rell, Mrs. Paul Fodalc. Pierce j
, Cranrher, I. B. Bussells, Mrs. G. j
1D. Robinson. Gus McNeil, Fred |
Willing. R. S. Harrison, Charles i
E. Cause. S. B. Frink, S. T. |
Bennett, J. M. Roach, Dr. R. C. j
Daniel, Mrs, Robert Jones, W. S.
Wells, Joe Lewis. Bill Jorgensen, j
Mrs. C. C. Cannon, C. G. Ruark, j
O. A. Lewis, Miss Robbie Wood-1
side, J. J. Loughlin, Miss Mary
Piggott. Mrs. Price Furpless, J. E.
Carr, John Flannery, Price Furpless,
D. E. Arthur, L. T. Yaskell, j
Mrs. W. Leinert, G. R. Dosher,
1 C. M. Crapon, Mrs. C. F. South- j
erland, Prince O'Brien, J. Berg, j
Mrs. W. F. Jones, Aaron May. j
IW. T. Fuliwood, Mrs. Fred Ashbaurn.
Mrs. George P. Howey, J.
W. Lancaster, Mrs. Charles Trott, ,
Mrs. A. L. Lewis, Joelm Moore.
W. G. Butler, Mrs. Bill Styron,
Dr. L. G. Brown. Mrs. Fred
Smith, R. T. McKeithan, Mrs.
Egan Hubbard, J. R. Raper. Mrs. i
Edna Bell. Miss Lucy Anderson. '
Mrs. Maude Phelps. Mrs. Bill Jorgenson,
Mrs. L. R. Campbell,
Dawson Jones. Miss Annie May
Woodsides. Miss Edna Robertson,
C. Ed. Taylor, Miss Genevieve ;
Eakes, Mrs. Charles Aldridge,
Mrs Austin Phelps. Miss Betty
Bottorf. Miss Opal Bennett. Miss
Elizabeth Murray. Mrs. Frank
Niernsee, Mrs. Helen Bragaw.
Miss Imogene Garrett, Mrs. Ar- j
thur Woods. Dr. L. C. Fergus.
Dr. J. A. Davis, Mrs. H. H.
I Thomas, H. H. Thomas, Miss Mar
ind Christmas Day.
h during the year we have
thousands of miles of long
atly expanded switchboard
II be more calls made on
i lines can carry.
ihone people than ever beas
Eve and Christmas Day,
level best to complete your
ivailable circuit will be in
r best efforts, there are sure
ight in the rush, please renditions
under which teleking
to get your call through.
ie add Telegraph ComPAny
THE STATE PORT PILC
garet Parkhill, J. J. Loughlin, Jr., SHALLOTTE SCHOOL
R. B. Thompson, Dwight McEwen, w F Troutman, Mrs. Edni
Mrs. Minnie Davis, E. H. Cran- Wilson Russ, Mrs. Susie Kat
mer, C. N. Swann, D. I. Watson, Teachy, Miss Brightie G. Holder
E. J. Prevatte, R. L. Thompson, jjiss Enima Olive Barker, Mrs
C. L. Sellars, Mrs. Elizabeth Gil- Betty Stike, Miss Ida F. Creech
bert, Mrs. \\. M. Wells, Mrs. R. MjSS zona McSwain, Harold M
F. Plaxco, Mrs. J. W. Ruark, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Frances B. Stone
A. E. Huntley, Mrs. M. Tolson. Miss Corinne Greene, Mrs. Kather
Mrs. Johnnie J. Jones. jne R White. Miss Gertrude Wil
Donations from Southport: Dud- ]i:1 nis.Miss.AlwayneDeLozier. Mis
ley Sutton, Mrs. John Potter. Mrs. Muzette Wilkerson, Miss Gay Bat
Elsie Jenkins, Mrs. R. T. Wood- tle Miss Clarice Swain," Mis
side, Mrs. Mary Temple. Mary Elizabeth Taylor, Mrs
SHALLOTTE Cathryn Mintz, Miss Viola Vir
Volunteer worker, Miss Mae ginia Fritts, Mrs. S. T. Russ, Mis
Mastalerz. Mae Horne Russ, Miss Ethel Rutl
Mrs. Evelyn Bridger, L. A. Bri- Griffin, Miss Annie Russ, Mis
dger, Mrs. P. E. Parker, Rev. ! Maude McAllister. Miss Ann
F. J. Howard, Miss May Mastal- i Catherine Spruill, Miss Bett;
erz, Guy H. Culpepper, Mrs. E. A. j Blair, Henry C. Stone, John Mar
Davis, Charles Russ, Jr., D. H. jtin Wilkie, Marion H. Gatlin.
Armstrong, E. Ho'oson Kirby, W. I WACCAMAW SCHOOL
E. Bellamy, Fred Mintz, Miss H. D. Epting, Miss Louis
Lucille Holden, Dr. J. W. Hayes, Adams, Miss Margie L. Fishei
Thomas Russ. D. C. Andrews, Miss Mary Eure Lilley, B. B. Par
Mrs. Eloise B. Andrews, Mrs. j ish. Miss Joanna Lane, Lcro;
Ruth W. Russ. Miss Annie May j Mintz, Mrs. Louise Kinzcy, Wal
King, Mrs. Claude Gore, Claude! ton, Miss Muriel Davis, Miss Sari
Core, W. M. Stanaland. j Eunice Huff, Mrs. Pauline Brady
BOLIVIA 1 Miss Virginia Watson, Mrs. Nelli
Volunteer worker, Mrs. Bill i McKcithan, Miss Jeannette Dil
Kopf) j lard, Miss Ethel Stephenson, Mis
Mrs. J. C. Comeau. Mrs. J. H. Mary Lillia? Watts. Mrs. Zclm:
Johnson, Mrs. Oliva Mercer, James Ft. Hewett, Miss Annie Perry.
R Tavlor. J. D. Lewis. Mrs. Bill BOLIVIA SCHOOL
Kopp, Mercer Cox, J. N. Alexius, Glenn Tucker, Mrs. uiancn
Jr., H. Foster Mintz, J. M. Tea- Tucker, Lewis H. Swindell, Mis
chy, Peter Cox, C. P. Willetts, Claire Jane Brooks, Miss Paulin<
R. H. Bowden. Kenneth McKei- Wright, Miss Marie Hammond
than, John Elmore. Johnnie M. King, B. R. Page
I.ELAND Miss Martha J. Robinson, Mis
Volunteer worker, Miss Sallic; Mary E. Gibbs, Miss Jane L
Betts Knox. ' Greenlee, Mrs. Frances Holdei
Mrs. J. J. Knox, Miss Sallle' Miss Daisy B. Maultsbj
Betts Knox, Rev. Walter Pavy. j Miss Mary H. McRce, Miss Bcr
Brunswick county teachers to j Reitljoin
the American National Red! LELAND SCHOOL
Cross. I O. C. Burton, Miss Myrtl
We still have a good selection of Tricycles.
and Wagons on hand. We advise
you to come in early and make your selection
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We've assembled dozens of "hints" for your (
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Useful anywhere for lamp,
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With removable glass tray
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with the added advantage of 1 1
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s?6^ the home . . . A necessity in
)T, SOUTHPORT, N. C.
j Webb, Mrs. Margaret Martin, Miss Elnora Hewett, Mrs. Ida
5 Miss Sallie Marshburn, Miss Myr- Clemmons, Elbert Kirby, Brady
e 1 tie Sessoms, Miss Fannie Burnett, Sellers, John Sellers, J. J. Hawes,
, Miss Virginia Woodbury, Mrs. Ennis Long, Mrs. R. Galloway,
Bessie Marks, Miss Alberta Sher- Mrs. Elbert Kirby, Mrs. Floyd
i 1 man, Miss Gertrude Maultsby, Kirby.
;Mrs. Dorothy Waddell, Mrs. Eva DONATIONS
Knox. Edgar Sellers and Jimmy Kirby.
I SOUTHPORT HIGH SCHOOL
_ i A. L. Brown, W. R. Lingle, Mass Meetings Held
s Miss Mozelle Bolton, Miss Doris T0 Talk Of Defense
. Butler, Miss Nora Stephenson, (Continued From Page One)
s Miss Charlotte Guthrie, Miss warning system and an organizaL
Marjorie Welborne, Mrs. Ruth tion to take care of the situation
_ R. Hood, Mrs. Minnette T. Lin- in case of blackout. He assured
s gle, Mrs. Thelma S. Willis, Mrs. the citizens present that the meeth
R. S. Harrison, Miss Gladys As- ing had been called not to frighs
bury, Miss Louise Asbury. ten anybody, but to acquaint them
e | CASWELL SECTION BASE with the facts as they now
y Commander S. B. Haskell, L. exist. He warned that they might
.' C. Spencer, H. B. Usher, Chief be summonsed back at any time
Murray Tolson, Chief Albert Ray- for further directions and urged
nor. Chief D. A. Baker, Charles the importance of having the full
e'Merrill, J. C. Coffey, J. L. Jor- and immediate cooperation of
. jdan, Lonnie Vendrick, Jasper each citizen in all efforts for
JI Voliva, James L. Piver. civilian defense.
y | U. S. COAST GUARD With reference to some of the
,i Capt. W. H. Barnctt, Bernic T. defense measures already in pro^ikarlow,
Walter Lewis, Adrian grcss he called upon Mrs. L. C.
j Willctts, Garfield Clemmons. Fergus who reported on the proc.
DONATIONS: grcss made by the local Red Cross
D. P. Lewis, M. Scott, J. P. Nurses' Aid unit and the Home
s | I'aul, A. G. Tolcr, T. L. Tolar. Nursing Unit. Post commanaer
^ I CALABASH Trott was recognized, and he askI
Volunteer worker, Miss Eliza- cd the people to back up the
. both McMurray. legion in any job it might underMiss
Elizabeth McMurray, Ivey take in connection with defense of
?' High, J. C. Morse. United States citizens,
. i WINN ABO W Ormand Leggett, who has been
I j Volunteer warker, Mrs. J. L. named to organize a supplement,
Henry. - ary volunteer fire fighting force,
' I Mrs. Susie Zibelin, Mrs. J. L. asked for more and better cquipHenry,
J. L. Henry, A. P. Henry, ment with which to work, and a
^ fir., Mrs. A. P. Henry, A. P. few moments later, when he was
, Henry, Jr., Miss Elizabeth Henry, presented. Mayor John D. Eriksen
J Bernice Milton, Lacy Dawkins, W. said that everything possible
j S. McKcithan, G. K. Lewis, H; would be done to help out in this
JA. Braddy. direction.
e SUPPLY W. S. Wells, chairman of the
Volunteer worker, Mrs. Ida Brunswick County Council for
| Clemmons. Civilian Defense, spoke briefly and
J. E. Dodson, Douglas Hawes, C. Ed Taylor and Rev. R. S. Har'
IF HE CAN'T GET HOME FOR CHRISTMASSEND
A CARTON OF CAMELS
\ VL/G* ft Your dealer has a special wrapping and mailing serJB
vice for sending Camel canons to men in ihc service.
Actual sales records in Dost
Exchanges, Sales Commissaries,
! Ship's Stores, Ship's Service
Br Stores, and Canteens show that
l with men in the Army, Navy,
HHft JMarines, and Coast Guard, the
cigarette is Camel.
THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
28% Less Nicotine
^ til than the average of the 4 other largest-selling
1 cigarettes tested?less than any of them?according
J M to Independent scientific testsof the smoke itself!
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"tmm r s
f % / ,/ sj, far
g Home Gifts ? At Small Cost!
Christmas shopping ease. You'll find prices well
t the fortunate ones on your holiday list ! !
fpzsKtai Boudoir LAMPS
O ^ >wnmu.? ;\ 'Simply perfect" gift of
nh JE$f7 4 charm and daintiness, read} to
delight some fortunate recipiCEDAR
The perfect gift for anyone.
Walnut, lined In Cedar or solid I
^ "prize" for the lovers o(
maple furniture. Gay chintz
? 5j or c<*<-?nne upholstery;
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v, N. C.
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WEDNESDAY, PECEMRco ];
rison were called upon for re- cross the convov
marks along the line of discus- in progress throu h
sion. Other contributions to the The Quarterm C'tei MP
meeting were from G. E. Heb- sponsible for [h^Sler
bard and C. C. Cannon. | 0f the troops L
Trott is air raid warden of . ""til
Brunswick county; H. T. Bowmer ? tra"sport. ha, WFi
is head of emergency police; th- actio;!?Mr^
j Leggett is head of the defense ? . cn route, ^ jHE*
| volunteer fire department: and ocaI authoht;es
jMrs. Fergus is head of Red Cross p,<nent,nf> traffic
I emergency operations. State and city offLast
night a mass meeting of ^aes'e(' ''J' officers in
colored citizens was held in the ' _ convoys to furrigj,
school building with Chairman C.?r 8 t0 elear 'he w3v
Army trucks at -n
Wells, J. J. Loughlin, E. R. where traffic i, h Eta?ME
Weeks. Bowmer and Trott in at- civi|ian or " ' * ?J.
tendance. They chose Elmer Davis stationed to du'c
as their air raid warden; James aml . ^th
F. Clemmons as their blackout and militarv vehicles
_ WxlCn ft COMVnv ? uffc
warden; Roscoe Davis to head ,ma? tm.Pn * aPP^^R
their volunteer police( this organ- tion whero ^ a^M
ization under Captain Bowmer); availahl- ., ,,. 'an K4KP
Henry Mitchell as their fire war- sent a hf L'"den
and Alice Lee as 'head of motorcyc,,s ,
emergency Red Cross work. . cl tra.'5;
Rules To Follow When
Meetinv Armv Convov I _P'nc Out
(Continued From Page 1) uu. n. 0 OUR HK
the line of Army trucks. ! C jTilclc " \" C
Convoys are routed, whenever i ' Lfltf WBff
possible, to avoid large cities and [ The Only One I-Hi
highways bearing heavy civilian ''Hp*
i traffic. When convoys do have to BRUNSWICK COUynHf
!go through large towns, however,; MR
I the sections of the line, ordinar- W. l\l ;SS, Station
illy spread out on the highways,; TEXAC0 pRQDU *
close up to permit fast passage
I through congested districts. Civil- j Shallotte, N. C. PHT
ypz Gfow&nM. I
WILMINGTON, N. C. B
FOR HIM FOR HER I
Hinds Shaving Set ....50c Tangee Sets IS^B
Woodbury Shaving Puff Sets
Set $1.00 Lady Lillian I olish U|
|c*rfs 11? Baskef Sets' WH
Belts 48c and 50c
Billfolds 97c MB
HAND BAGS Ladies' Boxed Ilaii<ik'M|
Ladies''Hand Bags in all chiefs. > to Imx |B<
new novelties- 25C and \k I
Ladies' New Fall DRESSES l
COATS Reduced In Price B
Greatly Reduced 0ne specia, rack da-.J
For Xmas Selling that were reduced fro^l
One special rack ladies' higher priced groups. Bp
winter coats. Your choice no S
Big values in ladies' coats Dresses thai <uUu J
Reduced to? sold up to $1.98? jn
$9.00 Sale I'rice B
Coats that sold up to $15 $3.00 8
One rack better coats rc- ^ special mu\ of KB
duced to? dresses reduces fiflW
Ghristmas HOSE ~~ rTTTTf'S
imi I. CI 11'> H
Ladies' full fashioned all
silk Rayon top? Tailored and lace "J?
?n med. Adjustable f "J*
79c straps. Pink and tea . V
Men's Dress Shirts
An extra large group of . j . /'i,rjsti#H
men's full cut well tail- Men. .
ored dress shirts in a I I b h He
wide assortment of colors , ,, ^vIcd^-^B
and patterns. A special constructed ties in a"11?
value at? tjve patterns? |H
$1.19 48c and
Men's Christmas Ladies' UN^H
SOCKS Large selection of
Men's Christmas sox put Panties, ' "1(j
up three pairs in Christ- briefs, ail"'1-1
mas box? trimmed? H
48c box 59? B
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