Faculty List Of
All Colored Schools Of
County Are Ready To Be
gin Year's Operations
With Full Crops Of
The Brunswick county colored i
schools are in readiness to be- '
gin the year's session with full ,
corps of teachers at all schools. I
A ^single one-teacher colored
school still exists in the county,;
! that being in a section of Wac
[camaw township where very few
| colored citizens reside.
i The largest school is at South
port, with 15 teachers. This
Southport school is the only col
| ored high school in the county J
and part of its size results from
the fact that it is consolidated, j
The full list of school houses and j
colored teachers is given below.
Brunswick County Training I
School, Southport: Alvin C. Cav- j
iness, principal, Gertrude Lomax j
Evans, Martha Briggs, Marion
Yoeman, James F. Clemmons, !
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; MR- MOTORIST:
A good place to stop on U. S. No. 17
ENNIS LONG SERVICE STATION
U. S. No. 17 Supply, N. C.
Garage ? Service Station Electric and Acetylene
AUTO PARTS & REPAIRS
1% Mi. S. Bolivia, N. C. On U. S. No. 17
Jessie Francis, Josie M. Greene,
James LaBroi, Annie I. Evans,
Eva V. Lee, Cora L. Frink,
Florence Williams. Natalie Swain,
Cora McCoy, Alberta Roseboro.
Royal Oak: Janie H. Frink,
[Lillian M. Gore.
[ Cedar Grove: Henry B. Greene, j
principal; Eleanor Swain, Mary)
G. Ligon, Bernice M. Brown,
Mildred Hall, Maude Hankins.
La Savannah: Jessie Moore,
principal; Clyde H. Gore, Olivia/
Waccamaw: Bertha L. McGill.
Longwood: Gertrude Gibbs,
principal; Louise M. Gore, Alice J
Chapel Road: Edward I. Clem-1
mons, principal; Louise Y. Gore, 1
Betrice Hynes Evans, Retha H. !
Bryant, Hattie E. Willis.
Piney Grove: Otis Bryant, prin
cipal; Catherine Hall, Mattie
Northwest: Holly Bryant, prin
cipal; Alice B. Greene.
Phoenix: Van Galloway, prin
cipal; Anna B. Brown, Hester
Leland : Abram McCoy, princi- 1
pal; Leonora Moore.
Navassa: Benjamin Thonias, '
principal; Dorothy E. Mallette.
The Ash Home Demonstration
club had its annual picnic at
Ocean Drive on Saturday, August
9. The club members and their
families enjoyed swimming and
bowling, especially the nice picnic
Miss Mariflor Sobavarro, who J
has spent the past several months '
here as guest of Miss Stuart Ar
rington, departed last week for
her home in Guatamala.
When you get ready to repair, remodel or to build that new
home you hrve been planning, let us furnish you with necessary sup
We have sheetrock, upson board and many other items that
have been on the hard-to-get list.
We can furnish the things you need from roofing to plumbing.
SEE US FIRST & SAVE MONEY
R. E. BELLAMY & SONS.
SHALLOTTE, N. C.
_ for -
For years the men who make their living fishing along
the coast of Brunswick county have known that the
place to purchase their supplies was here at our store.
We have a big, new Shipment of FISH NETTING,
both linen and cotton, also lines, leads and everything
Don't forget that our complete stock of merchandise
makes it possible for us to take care of most of your
D- CARL ANDREWS
"THE OLD DEPENDABLE"
SHALLOTTE, N. C.
Mintz Family j
i To Wilmington
Southport Lawyer Movei
Family To Neighboring
City To Be Near New
Law Office; Sells Home
To J. T. Denning ^
Selling his home here to J. T.
Denning, Brunswick county su
perintendent of schools, R. I.
Mintz, Brunswick county lawyer,
moved his family to Wilmington
Tuesday of last week. Mr. Mintz
will practice law in Wilmington,
having recently become associat
ed with the Wilmington law firm
Stevens and Burgwyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Denning and!
their little daughter are moving]
from the Thompson apartment j
to their new home this week. I
The family recently moved here
from Waccamaw township, where
Mr. Denning was principal of the
Waccamaw school for four years
before being elected county su
perintendent of schools.
H. T. Sanders, new principal of
Southport high school, has moved
into the Thompson apartment.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders come to
Southport from Chapel Hill. They
have one little son.
Brunswick County Farmers
May Qualify For Benefit
Payments In Connection
With AAA Program
With the continued appropria
tion of funds for the Soil Con
servation program, the Bruns
wick County AAA Office is now
in a position to inform farmers
of the approximate amount of
payments that can be earned on
farms complying with the AAA
program during 1948.
Notices advising the Brunswick
county farm operators of the
minimum of assistance in soil
conservation work will be mailed
from the office at Supply during
the next few days, according to
Secretary J. J. Hawes.
Purchase orders for phosphate,
Austrain winter peas, ryegrass,
vetch and crimson clover seed
may again be secured at the of
fice, provided that funds are set
out from the appropriation for
these farm plans. Limestone or
ders are also being accepted.
However, no order is supposed to
be for less than 4 tons of limp
stone, with $1.90 per ton to be
paid with the order for lime
stone, Mr. Hawes says.
Is Big Success
Shallotte Post American
Legion Realizes Tidy Sum
To Be Added To Building
Fund For Legion Hut
With the big dance given at
the high school gymnasium Sat
urday night, the Shallotte Post
I American . Legion grossed the
neat sum of $455.00. Odell Wil
liamson, Edward Redwine ? and
James Bellamy, who served as
the committee in charge of the
affair, stated this week that when
all of the expenses are paid the
Legion will have a very nice net
sum to be added to the building
fund for the new Legion building
Virgil West and his orchestra,
| a favorite for various dances in
| this county, rendered music for
the dance. The Shallotte folks
were greatly pleased with the
orchestra's offering and the splen
did cooperation given by the
public in making the dance a
Mr. Redwine states that the
fund for the Legion hall has been
growing fast and it will be but
a short time until all plans for
building can be made.
GETTING DRUM AGAIN
A rather long silence with re
gard to catching red drum was
broken last week when A. D.
Whitley of Howell's Point came
in with a report that Charlie
Ross, of Landis, one of the cot
tage owners at this attractive
fishing point, caught two nice
drum. The fish weighed II and
12 '4 pounds each. Mr. Whitley
says that all sorts of fish are
beginning to bite well at Howell's
Andy Hanking, well known col
ored Southport carpenter and
citizen, was found dead at his
home here at 6:30 Saturday af
j temoon. His death is said to have
resulted from natural causes. He
was 82-years of age and very
active for his age. He had been
engaged in carpenter work on the
I colored Masonic Hall the day be
fore his death. !
RETURNING TO ARUBA
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Good
, win and sons left Friday for
Greensboro, after a visit of sev
? eral weeks here with Mr. and
jMrs. Alex Lind. From Greensboro
they will visit in Chapel Hill,
New York and New Jersey be
fore returning to Aruba, N. Y. I,
via Central America in October.
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sectional offices and weighing
i stations on all principal beaches
jin the Rodeo region, from New
iRiver Inlet to the South Carolina
Varied Fish in Waters
"The list of what you can
catch in these famous fishing wa
ters is long. There are sailfish,
marlin, tuna, amberjack, bluefish,
] bonito and barracuda in the Gulf
i Stream; croakers, mackerel, rr-iU
i let, pompano in the shallower reef
J waters; tarpon in river mouths,
I bays and passes. From a pier or
' in the surf, one can cast for
i channel bass, drum, flounder and
"Pier fishing1 takes the lime
light at Wrightsville Beach, Kure
Beach, Fort Fisher and South
poi-t, where long ramps run high
out over the breakers. Surf-fish
ing ranks a class second at these
famed spots, and takes the lead
at Carolina, Wilmington, Caswell,
Long and Holden beaches and
''Price* for boats start at $1.50
and $2 daily for skiffs. Party
boats on regular schedules aver
age $3.50 per person for a half
day trip. Charter boats for deep
sea fishing in the Gulf Stream
cost $75 to $100 daily, including
meals and guides. You can hire
a guide for $5 or $10 a day, or
for 35 cents fish off one of the
five piers. For rodeo rules and
regulations, write thTT^
em North Carolina B?S
ciation, Wilmington. ..**
i oontlnued from
main as assistant n? ""l
The duties in ^
will not be strange to
wards, for she served, 11
office clerk in 1934.35 S **
WE NOW HA VE A COMPLETE STOCK
Of Both MARBLE and GRANITE MONUMENTS
VISIT OUR DISPLAY
SEE WHAT YOU ARE BUYING
WE CAN LETTER AND ERECT YOUR SELECTION
WITHIN A WEEK FROM TIME OF PURCHASE
KING MARBLE & GRANITE CO.
ono i7?K St. WILMINGTON, N. C. PHONE 4613
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You Didn't Pay It
t paid u
You Didn't Pay It
^ Sid pay jt
A canceled check never lost an argu
ment yet over whether a bill was
paid or not.
If you will deposit your 1 tobacco
money in the WACCAMAW
BANK and pay your bills by check,
you can ALWAYS prove who you
paid, how much you paid, and when.
Terminal Leave Bonds
Can Be Cashed On
September 2, or any time
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
DON'T FORGET FARMER'S DAY IN WHITEVILLE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th
8'/2c lb. your GRAPE MARKET OPENS THURSDAY, SEPT- 4th 8'/2c lb.
AGENTS LISTED BELOW WILL FURNISH YOU WITH BOXES FOR PACKING YOUR GRAPES
$5.10 Bushel FLOYD - BARKLEY AGENCY ? WHITEVILLE, N. C $5.10 Bushel
D. M. CARTER & SON? Chadbourn BOLIVIA CASH STORE ? Bolivia HERBERT RUSS ? Shallotte MRS W M ctbducwc
E. M. HERRIN ? Bolton FARMERS SUPPLY ? Bladenboro KING'S MARKET ? Fair Bluff J R SlMMnNS ? l ? C,arendon
MRS. HARRIET SYKES, ? Tabor City OSCAR CLARK ? Clarkton L. M. VAUGHT, General Merchandise D S i A .
B. F. APPLTWHITE, ? Delco A. C. COLEMAN STATION ? Nakina (10 Mile* East of Loris) HOMFSTnoc Longwood
r,UI?It aiUKE ? Nixon Cro?? Roads
GARRETT and COMPANY ? Oldest Grape Dealers In This Section