Menhaden Boats Begin Fishing farlv Stari Made By Local Roats I" Hope Of Locat ing Early Run Of Ferti lizer Fish ?,a!S i>: i;ie Brunswick Nava-j ivr-rany were scheduled, ,, .1 ilioir 1946 fishing sea ,a t!r> in ruing. That is. they L icgin t Nploring around in Lrty waters to see if the men Lden are there. tM;;.: '? the fishing starts up thf first of June, if boats ? ->? at that time. . ; v ih factory and boat . . . ; Mi-e been busy for I, ir.l it is understood i :ao factory and the s .11 teadiness. TV : ' a!V usually found to v each year by the ? >'.v and boat9 are . ,V l: s thought that being . tting started a little usual may result in ?- spring and summer production. Some years ago the biggest and most valuable catches were usually made In the fall. In recent years there seems to have been a drift the other way and good catches have been made in the spring. Colored Singers At Sharon Sunday A colored choir from South port gave an outdoor concert Sunday afternoon at Sharon Me thdist church as a part of the Mother's Day observance. The group included the following: Lilian Clemmons, Eva Lee, Lu venia Swain, Snowrea Banks, Elonor Jackson, Lula M. Davis, Cora Lee Frink, Estelle Swain, Alberta Roseboro, Lucy Galloway, Mary Galloway, Gertrude Wright, Wellington Swain, Joseph Swain, Ernest Joyner, Victor Gore, David Floyd, Edward Jackson, Robert Evans and Irvin Brown. These singers presented a pro gram of sacred music Sunday evening at St. James M. E. Zion church. Southport. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER \V the Republicans taking part in the Primary ?? ftj01V on May 23. it is necessary that candidates be ??linatoti at that time for the Board of County Com moner* and other offices. 1 am ; cadidate for the office of County Commis vier ; ;.t! 1 will greatly appreciate your support and ..'"r'n v behalf on May 25. I urge all Republican vot ? to tun; out for the primary and this is to assure you ew-rv vote cast in my behalf will be appreciated. R. H- SELLERS Republican Candidate For COUNTY COMMISSIONER W INNABOW, N. C. Dies Following Long Sickness Z. Vance Phelps Died At Home Near Supply Last Sunday Night; Funeral Services Following After noon Z. Vance Phelps died after a long illness at his home near Sup ply last Sunday night. Surviving are his wife, Olive Phelps; two brothers, Henry and S. W. Phelps; one sister, Miss Maggie Phelps, of Wilmington. Funeral services were held at Prospect Baptist church at 3 o'clock Monday. Interment was in the church cemetery. Active pallbearers were: A. R. Mooney, J. B. Sermons, Clyde Holden, Vander Clemmons, H. L. Clem mons and Willie Mills. Honorary pallbearers were: Dr. M. M. Rosenbaum, Dennis Hew ett, Herbert Royals, W. J. Sel lers, O. B. Sellers, Dewey Sel lers, John Sellers, Vinton Gallo way and Odell Blanton. Death Of Hogs Follows Attack Sow And One Shoat On Ed wards Farm At Exum Die After Being Bitten By Fox; Dog Attacked In Yard Last Week A sow belonging to D. B. Ed wards, of Exum, is reported to have gone mad last Friday and to have died three days after its illness was first noted. The animal bore all of the symptoms of rabies and a veternarian at Whiteville is said to have de clared that to be the trouble. Several weeks ago a fox jump ed into the pen where this old hog and six shoats were confined. The old hog seized it and killed it. Two weeks thereafter one of the shoates was taken ill. Mr. Edwards and his son tried to treat it. thinking it had a bone lodged in its mouth. The animal REFER TO BOOKS As a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff I am viting the men and women voters cf Brunswick to investigate my cord as a law enforcement officer. f I served as a Deputy Sheriff for three years under Sheriff J. A. iss. As a Deputy SfWFff for two years more under Sheriff Dillon aney. ( As a Rural Policeman I have served nearly four years. I refer the voters to the books in the office of the Clerk of the iperior Court at Southport. I think that an investigation of those < ks will show that I have served more warrants against law viola rs during that time than any other Brunswick county officer. Tf you are looking for a candidate for Sheriff who has both ex ?rience and actual performance of duty, I am sure that an investi ition of my record will show you that I am deserving of your vote. I am not affiliated with any cf the different factions. Am strict on my own in efforts for law enforcement. I will appreciate your >te and support in the May Primary Election. o. w. PERRY Democratic Candidate For Sberitf LELAND, N. C. transplanters ? ? ? FOR YOUR TOBACCO We Have both Masters and Lynchburg. Get yours before all are gone. COAST ROAD SERVICE STATION SHALLOTTE, N. G. Power Water Pumps, Farm and Garden Seed, YOUR FAVORITE FRESH MEATS Fill Your Grocery Basket With Us. dle3 three days after being- taken sick. This shoat was also declar ed by the Whlteville veternarian to have been mad. ? This past week another fox ran into the yard of the Ed wards home and seized a dog much larger 'than itself by the throat. Mr. Edwards' son, Cecil, thought the fox was about to kill the dog and he ran to the house for his gun. When he re turned the fox had disappeared. The dog which the fox attacted has been killed. More Men From Here In Army Three Young White Men From Brunswick County Enter Army Service; Ons Colored Applicant Lt. N. G. Cottle, commanding officer of the Wilmington Army Recruiting Station, stated today that 22 men were accepted for en listment in the Regular Army during the we'ek ending May 4. Applicants accepted from this area were: Walter F. Jones and Wyatt M. Gay, Southport; Oscar D. Mintz, Shallotte. One colored applicant: William H. Bernard, ' Bolivia, was accept ed. Army Recruiting Station locat ed in the Wilmington Post Office Building is open from 8 a. m. un til 5 p. m. Monday through Fri day and from 8 a. m. until 12 a. m. on Saturday, or contact a re cruiting representative In the Southport Post Office every Tues ' day from 10 a. m. until 2 p. m. VISITING IN' N. J. Lt. Byron H. Goley, who has I been spending the past month I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs G. F. Goley, at Shallotte, is spending a few days with his I brothers and sister in Mt. Holly, RECEIVES DISCHARGE Lawrence Willing, son of Mrs. Claude Willing, of Southport, has received his discharge from the j Navy after spending more than ' four years in service. i - CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my most sincere thanks to our friends for the kindness shown during the lengthy illness and death of my | husband, Vance Phelps. MRS. OLIVE PHELPS WANT ADS WANTED: Used sewing machine. Must be in good condition. Phone 2752, Southport, N. C. MAN OR WOMAN'- WANTED for Rawleigh Route. Real op portunity. We help you get started. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. NCE-211-0, Richmond, j Va. ' ; FOR SALE IN SOUTHPORT 8 room dwelling on corner lot. , This is a delightful old home sur ! rounded by large trees and old shrubbery. Hand made cypress siding. Lot is 66x165 with fence all around. Immediate possession wjth the garden already made. : Bargain price. D. J. SMITH, Realtor Office opposite post office Southport, N. C. FOR COMMISSIONER TO THE VOTERS OF BRUNSWICK:? I am a candidate for the Republican nomination as County Commissioner in the May Primary. This is to announce that I will appreciate your vote and support. I. N. FULFQRD, Shaliotte, N. C. WANTED: Odd Jobs and clean ing. Willing worker. Reason able charges. Sec Mac (Happy) Joy, Southport, N. C. SERVICE: COLORED HOMES Journal and Guide, national all Negro weekly newspaper in two sections with Southport events; Ebony, the picture story maga zine of colored folks; Digest, periodical of current Negro litera ture. Home delivery and subscriptions by' mail WILSON'S NEWS AGENCY (James E. Wilson) P. O. Box 877, Southport, N. C. LOTS FOR SALE: Two desirable building lots in the colored resi dential section. Stevens Agency, Southport, N. C. LOST: One inner tube, size 15x700. Finder please return to C. H. Hickman, Box 804, Southport, N. C. FOR SALE: Three Duroc shoats, four months old, fine condition. Rifton E. Sellers, Supply, N. C. I NOTICE 1 Entry No. 4353 i J. I!. Atkinson Enters 30 Acres mnre or less of land in Town Creek Brunswick County North Carolina bounded as follows: Beginning at the Rutin of the Juniper the G. \V. Ganey corner and runs north wardly with the Ganey I line to the Eastern eorner of the Alfred Boone Grant. Thence South SO I Decrees West with a line of the Alfred Boone Grant to the edge of a bay' c'onrering on a pine at the eorner of a new survey thence South wardly with the edge of the bay to the run of the .lumper thence down the run of the Juniper to the first station. . J. B. ATKINSON A. J. WALTON Kx Office Entry Taker ' This 29th day of April I at 9:30 a. n>. | 5-29 pd. State of .North Carolina I County of Brunswick In the Matter of the Adminis tration of The Estate of Clare Nash Galloway. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned on the 27th day of March. 194C. qualified as Executor of the estate of Clare Nash Galloway, deceased. All persons indebated to said estate are hereby notified to make payment to the undersigned, or at the Merchantilc Establishment of "Galloway's " in Southport. N. C. All persons Tiaving any claims against the estate are hereby notified to file the same, itemized and In writing, with the undersigned on or before one year after the date hereof, or this notice will be pleaded in bar or r< This^the 11th day of April. 194*. CHARLES I-. NASH. Executor of the Estate of Clare Nash Galloway, Deceased. Goldsboro, N. C. 5-15c XOTICE OF SUMMONS State of North Carolina Count*- Of Brunswick In The Superior Court Andrew W. Duffy vs. Florence P. Duffy The defendant. Florence T. Duffy, will take notice that an action en titled as above has been commenced in the Superior Court of Brunswick County. North Carolina, by the plain tiff for absolute divorce upon the grounds of two years separation, as provided by law of the State of North Carolina. Said defendant will further take notice that she is re oiiSro/1 ?n nnnpflr at the Office of the Clerk of th* Superior Court ol Brunswick County In Southport North Carolina on or before the 27th Jay of May. 194?. and anawer or d? mur to the complaint In said action, or the plaintiff will apply for the re lief demanded in said complaint. This the JSth day of April. 1(44. 5-22c S. T. BENNETT Clerk Of The Superior Oouit.' APMINISTRATOR'S XOTICS Having qualified as administrator of the estate of H. T. White, de feased. late of Brunswick County. North Carolina, this is tn notify All persons having claims against the estate or said deceased to exhibit them lo the undersigned at Shallotte, N. C., on or before the 2nd day of May. 1947. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. AM persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate oayment toi the undersigned. This 29th day of April. 194?. M. I- WHITE, administrator of the estate of H. T. WHITE. 6-5 p(l. EAT AT EARL'S QUICK LUNCH Opposite Theatre A. EARL MILLIKEN, Prop. SHALiirnr:. n. c. CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS 7th Congressional District W. S. (Billy) Britt, candidate for Congress. A farmer,4 busi ness man and able lawyer. Born on a farm in Robeson County. His motto: "Fair treatment to all, 'class legislation to none. Give him your vote and your support. (Pol. Adv.) SEARS Has Everything For Your CANNING NEEDS Galvanized BOILER CANNER Wire Rack $4*98 Galvanized sheet steel canner. Used for canning as well as a wash boiler. Complete with 8-jar canning rack. K?rr-M*son JARS Pint Size 59c doz. Kerr Jurs : 'Buy your Kerr, jars early at Sears low prices. Regular type in pint. quart and . half-gallon sizes. JAR RUBBERS 5cdoz. Jar Rubbers ?Red rubber rings for standard Ma son jars. Package of 12. ' GLASS FUNNEL 15c Glass Jar Funnel ?A "must" for canning. Makes filling jars very simple . . . . no more spilling. Made of heat-re sisting glass. ZINC CAPS 29c doz. Jar Caps ?Porcelain zinc caps for standerd jars. Old style one-piece type. MASON JAR CAPS 25c doz. Mason Jar Caps ?2 - piece type. Self - sealing . . . no rublier rings necessary. Easily opened. Fit all wide mouth Jars. CANNING RACK 29c Holds 7 quart or pint jars safely separated. Hand les designed for easy removal. S07 North Front St DIAL 2-2621 Wilmington, N. C. Announcement? For Coroner I hereby announce myself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Coroner. Your Vote and Support will be Appreciated A. ROSEMOND MOONEY HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE FISK TIRE DISTRIBUTOR RECAPPING and VULCANIZING REID & HASKETT 216 MARKET ST. WILMINGTON. N. C. -STOP For that needed repair work. First class work manship and materials. . RIVERSIDE GARAGE (HINSON BROTHERS) ON U. S. 74 AT BRUNSWICK RIVER BRIDGE DR. JOHN B. MANN OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined . . . Glasses Fitted OFFICE? McROY BUILDING Over First National Bank WHITE VILLE, N. G. Phone 236-3 MISS ANNIE MERLE PIGOTT ? Office Assistant ? W-B-& S- BUS LINE SOUTHPORT, N. C. The Following Schedule Will Go Into Effect, Friday, March 1, 1946 - DAILY SCHEDULE - LEAVE Southport .. Lv. Supply Lv. Bolivia Lv. Winnabow, Lv. Lanvale .... Lv. Wilmington, Ar. LEAVE Wilmington, Lv. Lanvale .... Lv. Winnabow, Lv. Bolivia Lv. Supply ? Lv. Southport Ar. LEAVE Southport .. Lv. Supply Lv. Bolivia Lv. Winnabow, Lv. Lanvale Lv. Wilmington, Ar. LEAVE Wilmington, Lv. Lanvale .... Lv. Winnabow, Lv. Bolivia Lv. Supply Lv. Southport Ar. AM. AM. 7:00 9:00 7:30 9:30 7:45 9:^5 8:00 10:00 8:15 10:15 8:30 10:30 7:00 9:30 7:15 9:45 7:30 10:00 7:45 10:15 8:00 10:30 8:30 11:00 ? SUNDAY A.M. A.M. 7:30 10:45 8:00 11:15 8:15 11:30 8:30 11:45 8:45 12:00 9:00 12:15 9:00 1:35 9:15 1:50 9:30 2:05 9:45 2:20 9:55 2:35 10:15 3:05 P.M. P.M. 1:30 3:45 4:15 4:30 2:00 4:45 2:15 5:00 2:30 5:15 1:35 4:00 1:50 4:15 2:05 4:30 2:20 4:45 2:35 5:00 3:05 5:30 SCHEDULE ? P.M. P.M. 3:45 6:00 4:15 6:30 4:30 6:45 4:45 7:00 5:00 7:15 5:15 7:80 6:20 10:00 6:35 10:15 6:50 10:30 7:05 10:45 7:20 11:00 7:!& 11:30 P.M. 6:00 6:30 'T. ! I <1U 7:30 ; '/ j_. ; 6:20 10:00 6:35 10:15 6:50 10:30 7:05 10:45 7:20 11:00 7:50 11:30 f v.

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