-Trial Of Schooper Gause Is
Ordered Transferred From
-This Co. To New Hanover
i Continued Fix m Pnae One>
Mallard with murder was con
tinued as the defendant is in
A nol pros was taken against
,^'aul Brcwn for disturbing a
r The case charging Ronnie
Varnair. with noil support was
In the case charging James
"STcDaniel with murder, alias
capias was issued and the case
A not pros was taken against
T. B. Edge, charged with reck
In the case against William
Shubert for abandonment and
ncn-suppo.'t alias capias issued
and the case was continued.
The care charging Tobias j
Simmons with trespass was con- 1
tinued. .. 1
Rufus Sellers, chalked with
' reckless operation was called and
; failed. Capias issued and case
In the case against James Mc
; Neil and William King: for as
sault and larceny the action was
continued and capias was issued
: tor King.
Theodore Babson. convicted on
two counts of theft of an auto
mobile, was given 15-months in
each case, sentences to run con
Geo.ge O. Lewis pleaded guilty
[ to manslaughter. Given from 5
to 8 years on the roads, judg
iment was suspended upon condi
tion that the defendant pay the
sum of $10.00 monthly for a
period of 10 years for the sup
po:t of the infant child of dead
J man. The defendant is under a
S2 000.00, must be of good be
havior and must appear at the ,
Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N.Y.
May term of court each year to
LAND BANK NOW
BY THE FARMERS
(Continued from page One) ]
000 farmers since it was or- !
ganized 29 years ago. Farm mort
gages held by the bank approxa
mate 540,000,000 at this time. '
Lean repayments have been at a
rapid rate during the last three
years with more than $3 paid to
j eavh SI loaned. "The liberal re
payment policy of the bank en
courages boi rowers to make ad
vance payments on their loans
and pay them in full before ma
turity which has enabled many
farmers to own their farms and
homes, free of debt, much sooner
than planned, "Secretary-Treas
urer Carr said.
The Clinton Association has a
farmer-owned capital of 526,635,
all of which is invested in capital
stock of The Federal Land Bank, j
The of rice is located at Clinton
and handles the making and
servicing of land bank loans in
Brunswick, Sampson, Duplin, Pen
der, and New Hanover.
(Continued from page 1)
yards from the highway, Mr.
Goerch was so struck with its
evident care that he drove out to
it. made pictures of the grave
yard and published the pictures, j
along with a feature story.
It is the usual custom for each
family that has dead buried at
Chapel Hill to contribute SI. 50
yearly towards the upkeep of the
cemetery. This yearly offering
is often supplemented by dona- :
tions from other interested par- j
The Congressional record of J. Bayard Clark is an
open invitation to thinking men and women of the
Seventh District to support him in the coming Primary
For 18 years Congressman Clark has
worked at his job in Washington, with
the emphasis always on work. He has
represented his district ably, and has
at the same time served his Nation
with honor, dignity and efficiency.
Through his years of service and his
close application to his job he has
reached a high place in the councils of
his country. He has acquired invaluable
knowledge of Congressional procedure
and is rated as an expert in charting
the course of legislation.
Today he is the 37th oldest Con
gressman in time of service and as such
is now at the point where he will be
called upon to assume a type of leader
ship that will reflect great honor upon
the State of North Carolina.
Congressman Clark has served
through one of the most critical and
trying periods in our National history : Depression, New Deal, prepar
edness, war and now reconversion.
The citizens of the Seventh Congressional District cannot at this
time afford to deprive themselves and the United States Government
of the services of this able and diligent public servant.
Tfce Best Interest of Your County, Your Dis
trict, Ycur State and Your Nation Demands
The Rencmination and Re-Election of
J. BAYARD CLARK
UNITED STATES CONGRESSMAN
J. Bayard Clark
tics. All donations are made
during the month of May to a
committee composed of Mrs. R.
D. White, Mrs. Alvin Milliken
and O. L. G:ay. This committee
employs Tom Harper for con- !
stant care of the graveyard.
(Continued froii > pate Onei
giading and improvement of the
Howell's Point road from its in
tersection with Highway No. 130.
It has beeri recommended that
the State Highway Commission
take it over and keep it graded.
The board sold the J. L. Phelps
in Lockwoods Folly township t;
Mrs. Geitie Phelps for S300.00.
The board passed a resolution j
permitting Earl Thompson to
pay all taxes now due on the
Vera Sessoms place on the basis
of $5.00 per acre, and corrected I
the acreag from 70-acres to 35- i
The following men were drawn
for jury duty at the June term
of court: J. T. White, F. O. Sim- j
mons, S. A. Sue, M. V. Skipper, j
T. H. Wolf, Leland; W. E. Avant, j
Longwood; H. H. Clemmons, !
Thomas N. Galloway, John S. j
Grissett, Tommie Hewett, S. A. |
Caison, J. W. Sellers, Jr., Elbert
C. Phelps, Supply; Edward B.
Smith, P. P. Formy Duval, H. L.
White, Elda Millikin, R. P. Sim- !
mons. Ash; Bill Bowling, D. R.
Mercer, E. M. Cox, Bolivia; J. P.
Dosher, L. W. Sellers, W. E.
Stanley, Southport; Dawson
Bland, G. W. McLamb, Shal
lotte Robert A. Little, H. J.
(Continued from puge i)
and twice he drove men across
for scores. He also did , a nice
job of receiving. Sharpe pulled
a nice play early in the game
when he caught a shoe-string
drive in left, then threw to se- j
cond for a double play.
Southport journeys to Bladen
boro Saturday afternoon to play
the Spinners in their home park
in this week's regular league
game. Attempts are being made
to schedule a game with Leland
in the Legion stadium in Wil
| mington for Friday night.
HARRY L. MINTZ TO
HEAD LEGION POST
(Continued from page 1)
j bership; W. K. Usher, employ
The Legion will hold ite regu
lar meeting on Tuesday night,
May 28. It is urged that all I
members attend this meeting as
business of importance is to come
DOCTOR LEAVING * J
FOR ARMY DUTY
(Continued from page 1)
Corps.' The orders for him to ,
report for duty came most un
Dr. Swain is the son of lUr.
and Mrs. W. L. Swain, of Fay
etteville, formerly of Shallotte.
? SALES FINANCED
Main St. at Franklin
Whiteville, N. C. Phone 8
SOUTHPORT, N. C.
First Show Will Start at 7 p.m.
Two Shows Each Night ?
1st show at 7:00 p.m.
Admission 9c and 25c
THURS., - FRI? MAY 23 - 24?
and RANDOLPH SCOTT
ALSO ? Paramount News
SATURDAY, MAY 25?
"ONE WAY TO LOVE"
and CHESTER MORRIS
Also ? "Beer Barrel Pole Cats"
MON., - TUES., MAY 27 - 28?
JOAN DAVIS, JACK HALEY,
and GENE KRUPA
ALSO? "CANINE CADDY"
WEDNESDAY, MAY 29 ?
"GIRL OF THE
ALSO? Chupt. 5??
"ZORRO'S BLACK WHIP"
i Peggy Ann Garner, Allyn Joslyn
Reaped in the Sh-allotte com
munity he returned there to prac
tice medicine two months ago.
During that short time h* has
built up a very active practice.
M:s. Swain and their two
children will continue their resi
dence at Shallotte, for the pre
sent at least. Dr. Swain stated
yesterday that he would return
and resume his practice just as
socn as he is released from the
Army. He has no idea how long
that might be.
BE POPPY DAY
? 'nntlnurtd From Pa On??t
habitation funds of the Legion
and: Auxiliary. All money re
ceived will be used for the bene
fit of disabled veterans and fami
lies of veterans. It will be ex
pended largely in aid to needy
veterans and families in Bruns
wick county during the coming
The local poppy workers will
be part of an army of mott than
100,000 volunteers which will
distribute poppies in the United
States. All will donate their
services for the day without pay.
The only paid workers in the
poppy program are the disabled
veterans who make the flowers.
The poppies to be distributed
here have been made by disabled
veterans of both wars at Fay
Mrs. Reid Hostess
To Winnabow Club
The Winnabow Home Demon
stration Club met at the home of
Mrs. Gilbert Reid Thursday af
The president, Mrs. A. P.
Herrfy, Jr., called the meeting to
ordeh The hymn, "Day Is Dying
In The West" was sung, and (
this was followed by the collect, j
The secretary, Miss Josie Reid,
read the minutes and had the
roll called. Miss Reid gave the
The poultry leader, Mrs. Ruth j
Kye,' gave her report. The gar- j
den leader) Miss Kate Johnson, j
A general discussion was had .
about home freezing. Miss Mc- ;
Lamb demonstrated ? "Work Sav- 1
in" Kitchens" by means of pic- I
ture slides. She also showed by j
means Of the slides best me
thods of arranging the grounds
around the home. Some slides
were shown of the 4-H club girl's
Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson direct
ed an interesting contest during ,
STOP SUFFERING FROM
, LUMBAGO, SWOLLEN JOINTS
ARTHRITIS. BACKACHE. NEURITIS
Quick relief con now be yours. Thousands
acclaim the wonderful nrw discovery ? 1
LAKEN'S t DROPS which has brought fhem ]
relief they never thought possible. Get
LAK?N'5 9 DROPS today on a , guarantee
ol satisfaction or your money bock.
IMlEto'S 9 DROPS
On La c At All Drug Store:,
Big Square Dance
MUSIC BY THE
"Radio Pals" i
Electric String Band
TIME; ? 8-30 'Till 11:30
Admission ? 50c Each
First 15 Girls? "FREE"
the rccreation period.
Eight members were present:
Mrs. G. T. Reid, Misses Bertha
and Josie Reid, Mrs. Elizabeth
Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Kye, Mrs. A.
P. Henry, Jr., Mrs. E. \V. Taylor,
Miss Kate Johnson. Two visitors,
Mrs. Hal B. Cooper and Miss
Juanita McLamb, of Clinton, the
latter a sister of Miss Alene Mc
Lamb were present. The Misso.i
Betty Flo and Jean Reid and
Master Frank Henry were present
During the social hour ice tea,
lemonade, ' salad and crackers
were served by the hostess and
her daughter. The club adjourned
to meet again in June at the
home of Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson.
Among some tribes of Am
erican Indians, sticks given to
witnesses . of a marriage aie
broken in case of divorce.
When the Stars and Stripes fly
ever the White House, from
sunrise to sunset, it indicates the
The' Yancey County g
Association recently soV: 5
animals of that bt? ( u
average of $261 each.
ATHLETES FOOT ^>1
HOW TO KlLlrP
IN ONE HOUR
if not ru' \ >kk i
Ask any druu- ,.;i
fungl<"^e' i i
percent ?><- '?-. ' : : i
Reaches ami . ? 1
REPUBLICAN VOTERS . . .
I want to remind you that it is our duty to go to the polls on Ma,
25th. and help to nominate the man who will represent our party ;n
the General Election in November.
When the Brunswick County Republican Convention was held at
Supply last month, it was the decision of that body that we enter the
May Primary Election.
I urge you to look over the sample ballot reproduced herewith
for your convenience and to chooss for yourself whom you will sup.
port with your vote.
? Cast Your Ballot In The Primary Election
W- A- KOPP, Chairman,
REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Official Republican Primary Ballot For
INSTRUCTION TO VOTER
1. To vote for a candidate on the ballot make a cross (X) Mark in
the square at the left of his name.
2. If you tear or deface or wrongly mark this ballot, return it to the
registrar and get another.
(Vote For One)
? H. L. (Sinker) WILLETTS
? C. W. KNOX
(Vote For Three)
rn I. N. FULFORD
? FRANK M. NORRIS
? A. P. RUSS
? R. H. SELLERS
? J. THURMAN SKIPPER
? BAILEY KING
(Vote For One)
? A. R. MOONEY
? C. 0. BLANTON
Board Of Education
(Vote For One)
? G. BLAINE SKIPPER
? J. B. POTTER
Primary Election, May 25, 1946
Chairman Brunswick County Board of Electioos.
For Judge Recorders Court
Thanks for the encouragement that the fit*01'
people of Brunswick have given me in my cam
paign for the nomination as Judge of Recorders
Thanks again for the splendid vote that was
given me four years ago when I was a candidate
for the same office.
Thanks in advance for your vote and support
My nomination and election, if you sec lit to
place your trust in me, will put me in a position
to help make Brunswick county a better placc i'1
which to live. I am a Democrat without being tied
to any ring, clique or faction.
J. WORTH STANLEY
Democratic Candidate For Judge Recorder's Court
J. Worth Stanley