Demonstration Club Notes I , Editor's Note: As a part of L.j,, Home Demonstration Lb week. a number of club Li^ts throughout the county L-to ;?> M'ss Alene McLamb, U;t. agent, giving their ini :<5s:.v-. of the good being ac i (trough this organiza WV viu- these communica a::: *w-re impressed with ,, ism and sincerity of members. One letter Lj., week will be published in L 1 t for the next several | BV MKV U. A. KOPP During National Home Demon stration Week May 5-12 the theme was "Today's Home Builds Tomorrow's World." That is just what Home Demonstration work is doing. Through its Extension Service at State College it is training the rural women to be come better and more efficient home makers, to become better citizens. to develop a higher plane of living, to become more health-conscious and to become bettor leaders, not to mention the other phrases of its work. Rutal women want just as high a plane of education as well as all other advantages for their children as do urban women. I believe Heme Demonstration work is a channel through which we can accomplish such a goal. > To me, one of the most out standing results of home demon- 1 stration work in our county is ANDREW L. RISLEY Electrical Contractor Motor and Appliance Repair refrigerator service SHALLOTTE, N. C. JCCTS! BOOTS! We have just received a new Shipment of Boots KNEE-BOOTS HIP-BOOTS STORM-KING BOOTS MINTZ 8C CO HARRY L. MINTZ. JR., Mgr. SUPPLY, N. C. PAY BY CHECK There is no chance of a suc cessful dispute about pay ment of a bill if you pay by check. You can prove it by your cancelled check, and if you lose your cancelled checks we can give you a picture of them. Paying by check saves time and worry. And it gives you a permanent re cord of your financial tran sactions. ?/cu4, 7/ WACCAMAW BANK AND TROST COMPANY I IN WHITEVILLE tabor city CHADBOURN CLARKTON SOUTHPORT FAIRMONT KENANSVILLE ROSE HILL. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation the fine leadership that our wom en are showing. Through the local clubs, county council, and district meeting our women are given an opportunity to become leaders. Through tli# combined efforts of our Home Demonstration Agent and club women, I hope to see an increase in our member ship and number of clubs. For truly. I know of no other or ganization that will mean more to rural women than Home Dem onstration work. There is a di rect challenge to each club mem ber not to be satisfied to be a club member herself but to in t/rest her friends and neighbors and pass on to them the good therein receiving from her club work. I would like to see every lural woman in Brunswick coun ty take the advantages of our Home Demonstration work and have their share in building a stronger and healthier nation. Mrs. Skipper Hostess To Town Creek Club The Town Creek Home Demon stration Club held its April meet ing at the home of Mrs. G. L. Skipper. The meeting was called to or der by the vice-president, Mrs. Odell Evans. Members joined in singing, "It's A Good Time To Get Together," and "Is Every body Happy." The collect was given, followed by the secretary's report of the minutes of the last meeting. After a brief business session, Mrs. Odell Evans, poultry leader gave some helpful suggestions. In the absence of Miss Mc Lamb, home agent, Mrs. W. W. Knox gave a demonstration on cleaning and adjusting the sew ing machine. There was no recreation due to the lengthy demonstration, but members opened their new polly anna. The hostess served tuna salad, crackers, cake and hot coffee to the following: Mrs. E. V. Evans, Mis. Odell Evans, Mrs. Robert McDcuga'l, Mis, W. W. Knox, Mrs. Rudolph Fulcher, Mrs. R. -C. Wesrott, Mrs. Nellie Wescolt, Mrs. Ralph Matthews, Mrs. Fur man Galloway and Mrs. W. E. Shiner. Mrs. Bruton Is Hostess To Club The Bolivia Home Demonstra tion Club met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. O. C. Burton, with Mrs. Burton and Mrs. Ada Reaves as hostesses. In the absence of the presi- j dent, Mrs. Holden presided. After i a song and the club collect be ing repeated the meeting was tuined over to Miss McLamb, who gave an interesting demon stration on kitchen arrangement, i Slides were shown of the 4-H i Club dress revue. The hostesses served apple pie j "'ith ice cream and hot coffeo the following members: Mrs. Fiances Holden, Mrs. H. F. Min tz. Mrs. Harold Willetts, Miss Mary Lee Mercer, Mrs. Foster Mintz, Mrs. C. C. Russ, Mrs. J. D. Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Kopp and Miss McLamb. Canada's merchant navy now ! numbers more than 1,500 trained j I men. Heavy Deadline In Pork Slaughter RALEIGH.? Total pork slaugh tered in the United States last year was 22 per cent less than in 1944, figured on a dressed weight basis, and 25 per cent less on the basis of live weight, I the State Department of Agri culture has been informed by tne Bureau of Agricultural Eco nomics. Appendicitis p oves fatal to ' more than 13,000 people every 1 year. < _ i CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our most sincere thpnks to our friends fori the kindness shown and for the floral offerings given during the illness and death of our mother, Elizabeth Ann Walton. THE FAMILY WANT ADS LOST: One black plastic bag ' containing two deeds, ration j books, Building & Loan book and one silver dollar. Finder please return valuable papers but can keep bag. Mrs. Stanley i O'Neil, Southpoit, N. C. WANTED: Used sewing machine. I Must be in good condition, i Phone 2752, Southport, N. C. | A TERRIFIC VALVE Add 35c (?f for postage Cool, Easy-Grip Handle.' Convenient Size? weight 4'Albs. Complete with Detachable Cord. Suitable for All Types of Ironing. Attractive, Durable Chrome Finish. Immediate Delivery ! Write Name and Address Plainly Send Money Order or Check ( thus saving C.O.D. Charges) K&K SALES COMPANY 534 Pittsburgh Life Bldg. ? Dept. Pittsburgh 22, Pa. AUTOMOBILE GARAGE Specializing in Electric Welding, Battery Recharg ing and Tire Service. BRYANT BROTHERS SERVICE STATION . . . AUTO GARAGE GRIST MILL 1V2 Miles S. of BOLIVIA, N. C. U. S. HIGHWAY No. 17 FOLKS: FOR COMMISSIONER This is my last oppor tunity to appeal to you before the Primary Elec tion for your vote and support. I wish 1 could have seen each one of you in person so I could talk with you and try to con vince you that I am one of the men ycu want on your BOARD OF COUN TY COMMISSIONERS. But Brunswick county is a large place, and it has not been possible for me to see you face to face. I have had my picture made and have been run- ; ning it in the paper so all of you can see what kind of man you are voting for. If you want to know more j about me and about my record as a good citizen and a good businessman, 1 hope you will take the time to ask | some of my friends about me. In closing, let me tell you, that if you will help to; nominate and elect me I will always be ready to help you with any matters of business that you may have be- f fore the Board of Commissioners. If I should be one of the men who lose out in this race you will find me satis fied to abide by the decision of the voters. Do what you feel like you can for me Saturday, and I will always be grateful to you. PETER ROBINSON Democratic Candidate For MEMBER OF BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PETER ROBINSON FOR SALE: 2 choice lots at! Long Beach, Lot 15, Block 8, : Section I and Lot 7, Block 11, j Section 2 both near pavilliou. Wiite Box 405, Conway, S. C. FOR SAI.E IN SOTTHPORT 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 j all around. Immediate possession j with the garden already made. Bargain price. D. J. SMITH, Realtor Office opposite post office Southport, N. C. LOTS FOR SALE: Two desirable i building lots in the colored res^- j dential section. Stevens Agency, j 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. NOTICE Entry No. 43S3 J. B. Atkinson Enters SO Acres more or less of land in Town Creek Brunswick County North Carolina hounded as follows: Beginning at the Hunn of the Juniper the G. W. Gnney corner and runs north wardly with the Ganey line to the Eastern corner of the Alfred Boone Grant. Thence South SO Degrees West with a line of the Alfred. Boone Grant to the edge of a hay conrering on a pine at the corner of a new survey thence South wardly with the ed^e of the bay to the run of the Juniper thence down the run of the Juniper to the first station. J. B. ATKINSON A. J. WALTON Ex Office Entry Taker This 29th (lay of April at 9:30 a. in. 5-29 pd. State ol North Carolina 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 Mfirch, 1946, 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 Merchantile Establishment of "Galloway's " In Southport, N. C. All persons having any claims against the estate are hereby notified to file CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS 7th Congressional District XV. S. (Billy) Brltt, candidate for Congress. A farmer, 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.) the same, itemized and in writing:, with tbe undersigned on or ?>efore one year after the, date hereof, or this uottcfe *will i>e plea {led ifi bar of recovery. # This the 11th day of April. 1 9 46. CHARLES L. NASH. Kxecutor of the Estate of Clare Nash 'Galloway, Deceased, j Guldsboro, N. C. 5-15c 1 NOTICE OF SI MMOXS State of North Carolina County Of Brunswick ?In The Superior Court Andrew W. Duffy vs. Florence P. Duffy The defendant. Florence P. Duffy, will take notice that nn 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 ground? of two years separation, ns provided by law of the State <?f , North Carolina. Said defendant will j further take notice that she Is re- 1 quired to appear at i!;c Office of the Clerk of the Superior enrol"'' of | Brunswick County in Soutfiport, North Carolina on or before the r^Tth | day of May. 1146, and answer Vnf' mur to the complaint in said aVtlOn, or the plaintiff will apply for the re lief demanded in said complaint. This the 26th day of April, 1946. 5-22c S. T. BENNETT Clerk Of The Superior Court. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified, ns administrator of the estate of H. T. Whfte, 'de feased, late of Brunswick Coyujv. North Carolina* thfs is to notify ;,n persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at J> h allot te. N. C.. on or before the 2nd day of May. 1917. or this notice will bo pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned.. This 29th day of April. 194fi. M. !,. WHITE, administrator of the estate of H. T. WHITE. 6-5 pd. I IV tBBT Announcement? For Coroner I hereby announce myself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Cororasr. Your Vote and Support will be Appreciate A. ROSEMOND MOONEY HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE] FISK TIRE DISTRIBUTOR RECAPPING and VULCANIZING RE1D & HASKETT f 216 MARKET ST. WILMINGTON. N. C. | -STOP- j For that needed repair v.-ork. First class work- * manship and materials. ^ RIVERSIDE GARAGE (H1NSON BROTHERS) ON U. S. 74 AT BRUNSWICK RIVER BRIDGE DR. JOHN 8. MANN OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined . . . Glasses Fitted OFFICE? McROY BUILDING Over First National Bank WHITEVILLE, N. C. Phone 236-J 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. Lanvnle Lv. Winnabow', Lv. Bolivia Lv. Supply ? Lv. Southport Ar. A.M. 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:30 A.M. 7:30 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 9:55 10:15 A.M. 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 P.M. 1:30 2:001 2:15 2:30 1:35 1:50 2:05 2:20 2:35 3:05 P.M. 3:45 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:30 ? SUNDAY SCHEDULE ? A.M. 10:45 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:15 1:35 1:50 2:05 2:20 2:35 3:05 P.M. 3:45 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 6:20 6:35 6:50 7:05 7:20 7:50 P.M. 6:00 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:30 f.U. 6:00 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 6:20 6:35 6:50 7:05 7:20 7:50 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:30

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