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,,,,.-j thrown. She carried a white Bible
' ^HlJ* j marked with purple orchids and
Kobert Phelps, i showered with bouvardia. Her on
Maude Phelps.'ly ornament was a gold pin set
y f'ounty Welfare;w?th cultured pearls, a gift from
tu-ide of Cap- the bridgogroom.
".irk son of Mr.: Mrs. Craig Vaughan. matron-ofH
, " Hemrick of Crosby.! honor ami sister of the bride, wore
i. mony at high a dress of dusty pink wool crepe,
v Peeember "> in Miss Maude Evans Phelps was
: .-ij.iist church. The her sister's maid of honor and
rieecli officiated, wore a dress of powder blue wool
;tlH".mims ami white crepe indentical to that of the
used as a floral matron of honor. She carried a
' H I colonial nosegay of pink and blue
I , wedding Miss Han- carnations tied with pink ribbon
, [ Meredith College, las did the matron of honor.
! a program of; The mother of the bride wore
and Miss Annie a dress of orchid crepe with hat!
,,f Durham sang I and gloves of deep purple. Her
| shoulder corsage was of yellow
' who was given in roses.
i ^B ; i mother, wore a Lt. George Mouton, of Ports,
ui: ua white made with mouth, attended Captain Hamrick
bishop sleeves and as best man. Ushers were CharHoi
accessories were les Quinn and Lt. J. W. Martin|
l()l- ark always welcome at
I k store, we take pleasure
is serving your every need.
i Supply, n. c.
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Christmas carton (right) with %:
its special holiday design. Inside are
with their famous extra flavor and extra mildness.
I COME HERE TO BUY YOUR
It HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY IN
I AND WILL BE GLAD
I TO SERVE YOU!
IG W. KIRB Y & SONS
SUPPLY, N. C.
I GOOD NEWS!
Bust Received Small Shipment Of
I We are reserving 25 for our
cod Brunswick County ctistomI.
/'/ease Bring This Ad With i on.
J0'* those who cannot come to our store
'Sht away please mail ad at once to?
WHITEVILLE, N. C.
lease hold one radio battery for me.
Ison cf Portsmouth: Craig Vaugh-|
] an and Merle Vaughan of Ahos- j 1
I ' Mrs. Hamrick received her (
education at East Carolina Teach-!
ers College, and at Motts Secre-:
tarial School in Wilmington. Prior!
to her marriage she was employed
in the office of the Atlantic j
Captain Hamrick graduated |
from Mississippi State College!
where he was a member of the R.
O. T. C. unit. ?|
Immediately following the cere- j
mony the bridal party and out-of-,
town guests were entertained by |
the bride's mother at a luncheon
at the municipal building.
SURPRISE SHOWER j:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan were
honored at a shower on Thursday j
night by Mrs. Merle Hood and [
Mrs. Matilda Burnett at the home
of the latter. ,
During the evening Bingo was
played. Refreshments of Russian
tea and cake were served.
The couple received many pretty
and useful gifts.
Those present were: Mestlames 1
Davis Herring, H. T. St. George,
H. C. Corlette, James Smith, Harry
Weeks, Leo Orenstem. Gorman
Robinson, James Carr, and Misses
Doris Corlette, Peggy Carr, and
Junior Class Play
At Bolivia Friday
The Junior Class Play, "Bash-1,
ful Mr. Bobbs" will be presented ;
at the Bolivia high school Friday
of this week at 7:30 o'clock. The
play has been described as full of i
humorous situations and will give',
a full evening of entertainment. ,
The cast includes two especially']
good fun making characters, Vir- ,
ginia Collum, who takes the part ,
of the boarding house mistress and j,
Troy Henry, her helper.
Others in the cast include Ed-';
die Howard, Hartzell Smith,' (
Wooders Mercer, Julia Johnson, j ]
Luella Byrd, Wilma Galloway, j i
Bethea Danford and Frances Lesh. |,
The play is being directed by Mrs.;,
Blanche S. Tucker. Mrs. Tucker,
also directed the Senior Class Play, I,
which was given in the auditorium
last night. This play was entitled,
"The Home Front." As its name!
indicates, it was very patriotic!
and the proceeds were donated to!
th? War Fund.
Mrs. George Carring, of Atkinson,
spent last week here with her
sister-in-law. Mrs. Chauncey Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Smith, of
Wilmington, spent Sunday here
with Mrs. H. W. Southerland.
C. A. Rourk, of Bolvia, spent !
Sunday here with his brother. |
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willetts
and little daughter, Barbara Jean, j
of Winnabow, spent Sunday here
with Mr. and Mrs. John Potter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carrawan J
and little son have returned home
from a ten day's visit with relatives
Ralph Phelps spent last week in |
Baltimore, Md? with relatives.
Master Sgt. James McKeithan, '
of Louisiana, spent the past week
here with his mother, Mrs. A. T.
Pomphrette Swain, of Norfolk,
Va., has been spending the past
week here with relatives.
Mrs. J. H. Cannon and her niece,
Lillian Cannon, of Supply, visited
friends here Saturday.
Pfc. and Mrs. H. R. Thomas are
visiting Pfc. Thomas' parent, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Thomas in Birchtree,
Mo., for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hewett, of
Supply, announce the birth of a
son, Berton Allen at the Dosher
Memorial Hospital on December
WAS PATIENT I
Mrs. Ben Hewett, of Supply, was j
a medical patient at the Dosher
Memorial Hospital from the 2nd
to the 5th of December.
Baby Mary Virginia Brown,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
WHEN YOU BUY OR
CASH ? With a loan1
STANDARD TERMS ^
THE STATE PORT PILOT,
Brown, was able to leave Dos- j
her Memorial Hospital Wednesday I
after having been there a week, j
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore announce
the birth of a daughter at
the Dosher Memorial Hospital on
Russel C. Raulston is a ntedical
patient at the Dosher Memorial
Hospital, having entered there on
Mrs. J. E. Webb, of Carolina j
Beach, left Dosher Memorial Hos-i
pital on Sunday after having been
a patient there for several days.
J. J. Loughlirr is a patient at
Dosher Memorial Hospital, having
entered there on the sixth.
J. M. Danford, of Bolivia, left
the Dosher Memorial Hospital on
Mortday. He has been a surgical
patient there since the fifth.
Mrs. C. VV. Easley is improving
at the Dosher Memor ial Hos- j
pital. She has been a patient there
since the fifth.
BOLIVIA, Dec. 13.- The Bolivia
Home Demonstration Club held
its regular Christmas party at the
home of Mrs. Frank Mintz and the
occasion was very much enjoyed
by the large number present. It
was in the form of a "Backward"
The fun of the Backward party
started when the lights failed to
come on. due to a tree having
fallen across the line. Flash lights
and oil lamps were brought in
and provided sufficient light to
start the games, which were directed
by Mrs. Foster Mintz and
Mrs. John Danford. In these gam's
Miss Mattalene McRae and Miss
Elizabeth Norfleet were the prize
winners. Each members of the
club who was in attendance re-,
ceived a present.
Several Christmas songs were
sung, while Billy Kirk Lewis play- i
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Mr. Auto Owner, ask your I
Service Station, Dealer or
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tt c ijci vc i iic man yt no
Serves Your Car"
Auto Parts Distributors
A few table model
A few cabinet models
A few battery sets
complete with battery
A few phonographs
and record players.
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ed the piano.
After the entertainment feature
everybody was invited into the
dining room where cream cheese
and nut sandwiches, with cookies
and hot coffee, were served to the
Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Danford.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Tucker, Mr.
and Hrs. Homer Holden, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Lewis, Mr. anil Mrs.
Foster Mintz, Mrs. Early Danford,
Mrs. O. T. Lewis, Mrs. Oliver
Russ, Mrs. John Danford, Frank
Mintz, BiUy Kirk Lewis. Jerry
Lewis, Eddie Frank Mintz, Edward
Ronald Thomas, Miss Luna
Whitaker, Miss Mable Tatum,
Miss Creola Cox, Miss Elizabeth
Norfleet, Miss Margaret Ratterree,
Miss Mary Ellen Gibbs, Miss
Jonanna Mintz and the hostess,
Mrs. Frank Mintz.
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS
Two Brunswick boys, Thurston
Little, of Freeland, and James
R. Robbins. of Winnabow, are
spenuing me nonciays ai tneir
homes. Little is a ministerial
student and Robblns is a premedical
student at Wake Forest
AT NAVAL TRAINING STATION
Willis Carr Sellers, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William R. Sellers, Freeland,
is at the Naval Training
Station at Great Lake, 111., undergoing
"boot" training which will
determine whether he will be
selected to attend one of the Navy's
service schools or assigned
to active duty at sea.
SAYING IT WITH FLOWERS
This winter Orton camellias are
being sent to all parts of the
United States as fast as they
have been blooming. In addition
to the regular Christmas orders
the wives of many service men
from Camp Davis, Wilmington and
this immediate area have been
getting boxes of the beautiful
flowers to send home to friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gaskill,
of Bolivia, announce the birth of
a daughter, Eva Glenn, at Bullock
Hospital in Wilmington on November
11. Mrs. Gaskin is the former
Miss Edna Maultsby.
GOT THEIR GEESE
State Highway Patrolmen R. C.
Pridgen and Brooks Reddick, and
W. E. Bell went on a hunting
trip to the coast of the eastern
part of the state last week. All
three got their full day's bag
limit of wild geese, each day.
Coroner Bell had never before
shot a goose and he says that in
falling the big birds make a lot
more noise than a quail does.
Ira Chadwick, of the U. S. Navy,
spent the week here visiting
his uncle, G. K. Lewis and family.
Jle also visited his mother, Mrs.
Rosie Davis, of Shallotte. He returned
Friday to his work.
Mr. and Mrs. James Fields visited
Mr. and Mrs. Thelbert James
Mr. and Mrs. Thelbert James
are spending the week-end with
Mrs. James' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Fields, of Gokiston.
Mrs. Charles Woodbury, of New
Bern, has been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McDougal.
We have coal 0
Dixie No-Smoke, Atlanta
Cook Stoves and Oil Stov<
MISSES and (
Just in time for the holid
cold weather really begin
THIS SEASONS NEWES"
WE CALL YOUR ATTE
REDUCED to $3
All Exceptional Vali
All New Styles
All the Latest Color:
DON'T FAIL TO <
DO YOUR HOL1DA
! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams,! Christmas candles. Holly formed
j of New York, are visiting Mr. and ' the centerpiece and other deroraj
Mrs. Carl Galloway. Mr. Williams j tions about the room.
' is in the U. S. Army and is on Mrs. Robbie Woodside Daniels
I furlough. i was presented with a wedding
Miss Sallie Betts Knox is visit- ' gift from the circle. Later. Christling
Mr. and Mrs. George Derr, ofjnias presents weie exchanged by
: Philadelphia, Pa. She will go on ^'u'mem'3e,'s
I , Those who attended were: Mesto
Washington to visit her bro- liames j w. Ruark, R. S. Harri|
ther, George Knox. son, Pete Hunt. Robbie Daniels,
Mr. and Mrs. Dill Ainsworth, I Edna Bell, Merle Hood, RobX. Wilof
Harbor Island, spent last week lis, Claire Galloway. James Smith.
I with Mr. Furman Galloway. Elizabeth Gilbert. Haddie Thweat,
t James Harper, and Miss Lottie
! Completes His I May Newton
Pvt. William K. Hufham. cf I10) I llP S H'ii
jLeland, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. _____
[Hufham, made his fifth and The following white men have
j qualifying jump in parachute registered with the Selective Seri
training at the Parachute School, vice Board during the past month:
j Fort Benning, Ga., this week. This White. Allen Rudolph Bennett.
| completed his parachute training Freeland; Goley Caison, Supply;
and qualified him to wear the Norris Eldridge Ganey. Leland:
! wings and boots of the army's Madry Spurgeon Highes, Ash.
tun Colorprl! MeKinlev note. VV'il
Iiiivjai niuuui it auiuici. me J. a t &- *>
trooper. Imington; Henry Clyile HU1, Shal
During the last six months, lotte; LeRoy Shaw. Lelanci: Ed'says
the public relations oi'ice. as j ward Marlow, Ash; Willie McFara
result of constant study and re-' Supply: James Allen Reav;
finement in instructions, accidents es, Shallotte: Claude Morris, Jr.,
in training have been reduced to Southport: and John Arthur Smith,
the point where a Paratroop stu-; Winnabow.
dent has less than a one per cent ~~ '?
j chance of being injuried. ;
The Suzanna Wesley circle met ] M M ^01
on Monday night at the home of AHXgdBj
j Mrs. Robert Thompson and was! WW
i in the form of the annual Christ- [ vour child's coughing at night
j mas party. Mrs. H. C. Corlette. ?caused by throat "tickle" c.r irMrs.
Earl Pugh. and Mrs. S. B. ritation, mouth breathing, or a
Frink were co-hostesses i cold?can often be prevented by
. . . rubbing tnroat and chest with
A special Qiristmas program i vicks VapoRub at bedtime,
i was presented by Miss Lottie May | ,
Newton. After all business was, VAPORUB'Spoultice-and-vapor
... . , ., action loosens phlegm, relieves irnattend
to refreshments of fruit tation> helps clear upper air paspunch
and coconut cake were I sages, thus tends to stop mouth
served. brea'hing and a Afl Q
The dining room was attractive-; inv't- restful tiSvlVd
ly decorated and lighted by red sleep Try it! W VapoRub
We Can Supply You DOLLS
With Your X
CHRISTMAS ! DOLLS
GROCERIES. See our display of dolls I
L. C. BABSON There will not be I
Sprvicp Stfitinn enoujrh to ro around
^er\ ice station thjs vea]. Don.t ,et
rom AS ? r Santa disappoint your
FREELANP, N. C. ,jule Rir]
mmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmm Late shoppers will be
4 f Tm/\ * r\ 4 miri disappointed this
tr..; ii.. liHYl li VTAWC
: u7to'i2Monih'r I PRHA1WIJ |
standard1 Urates WANT ADS
Your Car is your Collateral. W /ll* nUJ
Your Car Fully Insured. 0nIy one Ieft in original shipL.
U A IN S ping carton handsome cabinet
$1A AA 1 AAA AA with p?nel <loors ?Pen in frontBll/sUV
10 d)i?l/UUriUU Radio with phonograph com'
bination has automatic record
changer. This will make some
D ]) A V T n \I family a fine gift. Price $199D
1\ A A I U W 50- Terms if desired up to 12
months to pay. Braxton Auto
AUTO SERVICE Service.
WHITEVILLE, N. C. (want ads
('Our 13th Year in Business' LOST ? Bill-fold containing "C"
gas book, money and other
' ?valuable papers. Finder will
please return to C. O. Bennett,
& i i Freeland, N. C. and will receive
it Cold!! | """*
ind wood heaters of
The charge for two insertions of
advertisements of lost ration
books is 50 cents. We are unable
Automatic. Wood or Coal
ATP ^TORP Sce us for >our Doors, WU
inlLl U ^ UllZJ Strong-Bilt Wall Panel, Paints,
RT, N. C. Certain-Teed Roofing, "Century'
WWWWWWW Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, I
11 I Castle Hayne Road
* | PUrtNl
lay season and before the
s?WE HAVE REDUCED I H A f
r FASHIONS IN COATS A A * L
5SES DAILY S(
NTION TO OUR VERY
P OF DRESSES ?7;0o a.m 8:30 a.m.
.98?$4.98?$5.98 ?tS X
T T '6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m.
7:30 a.m. 8:45 a.m.
y 10:45 a.m. 12:00 noon
4:15 p.m. 5:45 p.m.
6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m.
COME IN EARLY *_ SCHEDULE
Y SHOPPING NOW
rading Co. W. B. & S. BU
IRBY, Prop. 11 WILMINGTON
TE, N. C.
to print such advertisement unless
cash or stamps are sent in
i with copy?The State ruit Pilot.
I.OST Male hound dog, black ?.
and tan. light front leg crooked.
Answers to name of Beaver.
Reward for return or informa1
tion leading to recovery. Olen
Gore. Ash, N. C. ?
FOR SALE Two nice milk '
| cows, now giving three gallons.
each daily. Also have some good
mules for cash or trade. A. G.
Lewis. Bolivia, N. C. /1 1
LOST - Two "B" Gas Ration X!>
Book. Robert B. Thompson^ j
j Southport, N. C.
j FOR-SALE ? Only 2 left, no
more for duration. Safticycles,
100 miles per gallon. No certificate
| WANTED TO BUY ? Pick-up
truck. Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge,
or GMC. Will pay top dollar
spot cash. See Noah Braxton.
Whiteville, N. C. r
j FOR SALE ? Late model Hud!
-"?? aa-iou o f?no na'n^r CHT that
sua ovvian, ? w? ??.
I can personally recommend.
Has low mileage ami good p*e- |
war tires. Your old car taken
for part payment and terms on
1 the balance. See Noah Braxton, ,
Whiteville. N. C.
FOR SALE ? We have several
repossessed used cars will sell
j for balance due. See Noah Brax'
ton, Whiteville, N. C.
, FOR SALE ? 600 x 18 Grade 1
new tires now in stock. Bring
your certificate. Braxton's.
i FOR SALE ? A gift any man
will appreciate. Genuine leather .
travel kit. Pre-war. Only a few
. left. $24.50 value for $19.95. "
I Braxton's. .
IFOR SALE Royal Portable "
j typewriter, like new, latest
! model. Braxton's. !
j LOST - Ration Book No. 3. Abe :
Hankins, Southport, N. C.
i ?; -i ji
j LOST ? Ration Book for Gaaoline.
Garcie Butler, Longwood,
| N. c.
I LOST?Ration Book No. 3. Char- < '!
lie Davis. Supply, N. C.
LOST 21 points of sugar stamps.
I The finder please return to W. C. '
I Hewett, Bolivia, N. C.
NOTICE UK SIMMONS .....
Ill I'l IH.K ATIO.V
IN THK SUPERIOR COURT n,if
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OK" BRUNSWICK
LEE SAMPSON ' 3/ti
i VS- ft i-jy
J CORLEEN JOHNSON SAMPSON
Thi' defendant. Corleen Johnson i.'j
Sampson. will take notice that an ac- , (>(>
i tion as above entitled has been com'
menced by the plaintiff in the SuperI
ior Court of Brunswick County. North
Catolina. for the pur|>o?e of obtaining
I an absolute divorce from her upon the
grounds of separation; and the de-* o i
jdetidant will further take notice that
I he is required to appear in the of.
fice of the Clerk of Sui>erior Court of
said county in the court house in
Southport. North Carolnia within 30
days after the 30th day of December,
19-13 and answer or demur to the . .
complaint In said action, or the plain!
tiff will apply to the Court for tl*B;
| relief demanded in the complaint.
This the 8th day December. 1943. Jqif!
S. T. BENNETT.
Clerk Superior Court
Brunswick County *)fOfn
! HKACII I.OT FOR SALE
I By authority of the Court, under
the terms of the will of the late Wal'
tor H. 1'avy. I am authorized to re-T Ml)
Iceive bids for the cottage and lot .
conveyed by S. B. Krink and wife to
Walter H. Pavy, April 10th, 1943, r?OR
recorded in Book 75-Page 243. Office
of the Register of Deeds. Bids will - nT
be received up to December 17th, 1943,
land the undersigned will recommend
that the highest bidder for the prop- . rv.
j erty be approved as the purchaser by
the Court. jnimtf
This December 2nd, 1943. j
C. ED. TAYLOR,
A,tmr r T A lll'.li
ulows, Square-Deal Wall Board,
Insulation Board, Bock Wool,
Asbestos Shingles and Siding,
Flue Lining, Lumber and other
RS SUPPLY, Inc.
WILMINGTON, N. C
? 3339 ; .-jftrfj
Lv. Wllm. At. S'port >(fr
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