ivfintz Family In | | Reunion Sunday , Last Sunday there was a fam ily reunion held at the home of Mr- aiiQ Mrs Lofton Mintz, of 4|b, honoring the return of tneir bipther, Bryant, and his wife, Mrs. Ethel Walker Mintz, of Seattle, Washington. This was the first visit .jv Bryant Mintz since he left home 1 31-years ago at the age of 17. He joined the Army and served with the 1st Infantry Division during World War X. He was; married when he was quite a I SHOPPING SERVICE You need to be able to get what you want when you want it these days when you are so busy with your farm work. Visit our store, and we will do our best to supply your needs. R. GALLOWAY General Merchandise SUPPLY, N. G. [young man to Miss Ethel .Julia Walker, of Seattle, Washington, and to this couple was born one I daughter, Patricia Shirley, r.ow| Mrs. Donald Reynard. j There was a table built out| under the big trees in the yard and it was well filled with plenty of delicious food. All present reported a delightful time. Brothers and sisters with their families that were present were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mintz; Mr. and Mrs. Foster Mintz, and j children, Joanna, Edward Frank- , lin, and Steven Foster; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thomas and son, ! Ronnie; Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Min- 1 tz; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mintz and children, James Howard and Lin- j da Fay; Misses Myrtle and Shir- 1 ley Mintz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen and children, Archie. Oscar j and Kathleen Allen; Mr. and Mrs. ' Otterburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant I Mintz; Mr. and Mrs. Lofton Min- 1 tz and son, Wilford, and the only aunt, Mrs. Kate Mintz. About 64 per cent of the land area of the Philippines is forest. China's history dates to 2205 B. C. FOR HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I am seeking the Democratic Nomination for Member of the House of Representatives in the Primary Election on Saturday, May 25th. I know that Brunswick is a large county, and you know that we have only one Member of the House of Representatives. If nominated and elected, it will be my purpose to serve the best interest of all the people. , If I am the successful candidate I will go to Raleigh and attend strictly to the business of making you an able and honest member of the Lower House of the North Carolina General Assembly. Your vote and support in the Primary Election on Saturday will be deeply appreciated, and if nominated and elected I pledge myself to fulfill the duties of the office I seek in a manner that will reflect honor and credit upon our county. ODELL WILLIAMSON ! Brunswick Men Join The Army Three Brunswick County White Men And One Col ored Man Enlist In The Regular Army During the week ending May 11, a greater number of men were accepted for enlistment in the Regular Army than during any similar period since the open ing of the Wilmington Recruit ing Station. Thirty-two men were transported to Ft. 'Bragg for swearing in and assignment, Lt. N. G. Cottle, Commanding Of ficer, stated this week. During this same period the Wilmington : Recruiting staff had 190 inter- j views with men seeking informa tion about the Army recruiting program. Most of these men will return later to enlist, Lt. Oottle said. Elaborating on last week's re cruiting activities, Lt. Cottle at tributes the continued success of his station to efficient and well-l trained personnel; timely pre sentation to the public through the media of advertising and per sonal contact; the splendid op portunities offered by the new Regular Army; and the splendid cooperation rendered by city of ficials, civic organizations, busi ness firms, radio stations, and newspapers. White applicants accepted from this area were: Pedro Sanchez, Bolivia; Tony Baker, Bolivia; Robert D. Lee, Leland. The colored applicant was: Charles T. Brown, Winnabow. FREE!! S"m" 1946 "CHAMPION" MODIL Color Candid Typo Comoro Postage Paid Includes 2 rolls of No. 127 film FREE # Takes full NATURAL COLOR pic tures indoors or outdoors. # Takes 16 black -and-whites on ordi nary No. 127 8-exposure roll. # New film track brings entire picture to sharp focus. # Equipped with GENUINE Simpson lens. # Fixed focus! Exposure automati cally correct at all times. # Precision built ? fool proof. # Attractively boxed. Compare Our SIm 5" Long DON'T CONFUSE WITH TOY CAMERAS Guarantee with tech com fa RUSH money-order, save C.O.D. fees. IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT K & K SALES COMPANY 534 Pittsburgh Life Bldg. Dept. Pittsburgh 22, Pa; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT We are now open for business, and we invite you to come in and see our display of ... . FLOOR LAMPS . . . BED LAMPS HOT PLATES .... BROILERS Florescent Lighting and Fixtures Of Every Type and Need. We have the complete wiring equipment for wiring your home. We can supply you with everything you need in electric equipment and appliances. KING'S ELECTRICAL SALES COMPANY Located in Williamson Motor Co. Building SHALLOTTE, N. G. Bolivia Boy Is I Now In Germany T. Sgt. Wood row W. Harvell, who recently arrived in Germany, J has been assigned to the Ober pfaffenhofen Air Depot as an Inspector. This depot is servicing units of the United States Air Forces in Europe, keeping operative the I planes that will police the Am lerican Zone of Germany from the (Air. [ The son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. j Harvell, of Bolivia, T.Sgt. Harvell is a graduate of the Bolivia High! School. ' Styrene is widely used in the manufacture of plastics. Approximately 6.000 OoTl en were in war work 7 ./'-J of 1943. DRIVE RIGHT IN- ^ | GOOD GULF PRODUCTS . ENNIS LONG SERVICE STATlOl On U. S. No. 17 Supply, \ q j TO THE PEOPLE ? I Although it has been my privileze during the past three and one half years to serve you as a member of the Board of County Commis sioners, I am just an ordinary, hard-working citizen who must spend most of my time attending to my own business. Because this is true it has been impossible for me to engage in a campaign that would take a lot of time and money. I wish that it had been possible for me to see and to talk to more of you voters and tax-payers in person, because there may be ques tions that ycu would like to talk over about your county government. It is your privilege to know about these things. 4 I do want to point out that it has been my good fortune to serve as a county official during a period when the affairs of our Countv Government have been conducted in an effiqient, business-like man ner. I do not presume to claim all the credit for this, but 1 feel that I have profited by the experience gained in this office, and I believe that this is an office that needs experienced men. I am not ashamed of my record. The things I have done have been done because I believe they were for the best interest of my county. If you like the way the affairs of our county have been con ducted during the past threo and one-half years; if you want to see the business of our county government still entrusted to one of the men who have handled it during a critical time in the history of our county, then I shall be happy to serve you again as a member of vour BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION SATURDAY WILL BE APPRECIATED Otho P. Bellamy WE ANNOUNCE THE INCORPORATION OF The Brunswick Mutual Burial Association UNDER THE SPONSORSHIP OF ;t v ? Kilpatrick's Funeral Service SOUTHPORT, N. C We feel that the good people of Brunswick are entitled to the kind of service that can be rendered only by a Burial Association that is located near at hand, and in their own county. It is our desire to serve a membership that consists entirely of Brunswick county residents. That is our purpose in forming this new Burial Association. That is the meaning of the name Brunswick Mutual Burial Association A service by a Brunswick County firm, for the benefit of Brunswick county Citizens ! !

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