BEACH PARTY FETES
Mrs. Orrin W. Perry, Jr., and
Mrs. B. R. Lennon were joint
hostesses recently at the home
of the former on Wrightsville
Sound, honoring Mr. and Mrs. |
Joe P. Verzaal. Jr.
The newly-weds were present
ed with many lovely and useful]
gifts, after which a wiener roast
was enjoyed on the beach.
Guests included, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe P. Verzaal. Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Billy Adams, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Sessoms. Joe Gainey, Miss
Wilma Lewis, Billy Willetts. Mr.!
and Mrs. Harold Geedy, Paul
Lewis, Houston Fields, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Lewis, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe P. Verzaal, Sr., Billy
| Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin wj
Perry, Jr., and Mrs. B. R. Len-1
Mrs. L. K. Porter is improving
rapidly following a recent illness j
at James Walker Memorial hos-;
Phillip Dresser has returned to j
Raleigh after spending the week,
end with h|i parents. Mr. and|
Mrs. K. B. Dresser, at TTieir home;
in Woodburn. j
Mrs. J. L. Blake has returned
to her home after spending sev
eral weeks with her husband in
Sandusky, Ohio. Mr. Blake is
affiliated with Armour Fertilizer j
Works and has been sent to |
Sandusky for several months. j
Mrs. Billy R. Lennon and little
daughter, Kathy, have returned ]
to their home in Alexandria, Va? I
after spending several days visit-'
lng Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lennon
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SOUTHPORT, N. C.
Friday, June 11th
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'and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Perry,
| Friends will be glad to learn
that Richard Saunders is improv
ing rapidly following an injury
and has returned from James
Walker Memorial hospital
j Mrs. H. J. Richard has re
turned to Arlington, Va., after
spending several days with her
brother and sister-in-law. Rev.
and Mrs. J. D. Withrow.
Mrs. Clayton Robbins, Sr., is
a patient at Bullock hospital
friends will regret to learn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Meeks of
Rocky Point spent Friday visit- j
ing Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Meeks
at their home in Woodburn. J
Mrs. G. R. Ellers is ill in the
Bullock Hospital friends will re-!
gret to learn.
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Withrow
j and family spent Tuesday of
last week at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ennis, Sr.,
j have returned to their home af
ter spending the week end with
[Rev. and Mrs. Woodrow Robbins
j at High Point.
J Johnnie Burris had a3 his
guests during the week at Long
Beach, his mother, Mrs. H. J.
Richards, two brothers, Chris and
Bill Burris, of Arlington, Va.,
and Robert Looney oT Arlington,
Mrs. Vola Bradgon spent Fri
day visiting Mrs. Charles Russ
Mrs. J. L. Blake and children
spent Sunday in Acme to attend
! the Flynn-Blake wedding Sunday
AT HOLDE.VS BEACH
Leasing the John Holden cot
tage, Mrs. Dan R. Fair, Mrs. E.,
E. McCurry, Mrs. Edward J.
Hill, Miss Phoebe Fair, Miss
Nancy Roberts and Master. Rob
ert Hill are spending some time i
at Holden Beach. All are resi
dents of Aslieville. Mis. McCurry
spent the month of May at the
Mrs. Everett Briggs of Ra
leigh and Mrs. Sam Grist of
Washington have returned to
their homes after a week here
with Mrs. Helen Bragaw.
Has Good Record
Cadet R. Frank Plaxco, Jr., I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.I
Plaxco, Southport, was on the
j list of distinguished students at1
iFishburne Military School, Way
Inesboro, Va., for the academic
1 month ending May 22, having met
the requirements of no grade be
low 90 per cent. !
Cadet Plaxco was recipient of
the Biology Medal, awarded by
Captain John A. Brown to the
cadet showing special aptitude in
this subject. He also won the
Third Class (sophomore) Military
I want to express my deep appreciation
to my friends and supporters throughout
Brunswick county for their help in the May
Primary Election when I was a candidate for
Register of Deeds. I lost to a good man, and
I urge you to help him out in the General
Election in November.
JAMES H. GALLOWAY
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Science Medal, awarded to the
student in each military science
class having the highest average
grade in theoretical military
science in his respective class.
These awards were given during
Fishburne's 69th Annual Com
mencement exercises, May 30.
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ton, principal at Bolivia, resign
ed this spring with the intention
of farming. He is not leaving
Brunswick, however. He has a
place near Bolivia nact is doing j
some farming this year. It is
understood that thus far no suc
cessor to Mr. Bruton has been
secured for the Bolivia school.
Brunswick, the big diamond
back rattlesnake captured in this
county two years ago and sent
to the State Museum, is doing
well and has always been in fine
condition. Few diamond backs live
in captavity, as they seem to pre-J
fer starving themselves to death.
Norman . McCulloch, of Raleigh,
a member of the Bird Club, tells
us that he saw Brunswick kill
and eat a large rat last Wednes
Representative-elect Thomas E.
Cooper of New Hanover county
stated this week that he intends
using every effort to interest the
State Highway Commission in
building another bridge across the
Cape Fear river at its narrowest
I point bolow Carolina Beach. That
would be somewhere in the
| location of the old Menhaden
Products company plant, about
seven miles above Southport.
Despite serious damage to to
bacco on a number of farms in
lower Shallotte and Waccamaw
townships, the general outlook of
the Brunswick county field crops
[ seems especially good. Through
jout nearly all of the county the
j rains that fell helped instead of
'hurt the tobasso crop. This ap
plies equally well to other crops.
A knock down of reports of con
ditions throughout the county
would place everything as look
Stories sometimes keep going
round and round. Two years ago
we released a story about Ma-j
kotoka Lake and its fishing. The
story was published generally'
and brought many inquiries. Two
weeks ago t?ie same story was
picked up again and published in
| Outdoors. Since then we have
been wearing our fingers out
Pictures of Southport's Model
T 1922 fire truck and a story
about it will shortly appear In
the Ford News, publication of
the Ford Motor company. At
least that is our supposition as
we had to sign a release on the
picture and story we wrote about
the old truck last week.
Congratulations to Carl Goerch,
North Carolina's most valuable
week he got out the 15th an
niversary edition of The State
Magazine and it was a gem of
purest ray among special edi
tions. Incidently, Carl published
his own picture in this issue, for
the first time. While he looks fine
when viewed face to face, we
looked on his printed mug and
felt reconciled to the fact that
he prints our picture ? and picks
on us every chance he gets. We
know now he was only having
a build-up against the time when
he had to print his own picture.
With school out, a lot of the
younger Southport boys are turn
ing to the waterfront for conflict
with the mullet sharks and stin
garees. This week Albert Dosher
and Bertram Burris, Jr., report
ed to us the catching of a 100
pound stingaree. They said they
SOUTHPORT, N. C.
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Starting at 7:30
Three Shows Starting at 7 P.M.
Thursday, Friday, June 10-11?
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EDDIE BRACKEN and
Also "Fatal Kiss" (Cartoon)
Saturday, June 12?
"BAD MEN OF
and JANE WYMAN
Also, "Sentimental Over You."
Monday, Tuesday, June 14-15?
ERROL FLYNN and
Also, "Lil" Bro. Rat" (Cartoon)
Wednesday, June 16?
"LIGHTNIN* IN THE
LYNNE ROBERTS and
Also Chapter 6?"Dangers Of
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"THE BISHOP'S WIFE"
Cary Grant - Loretta Young
had a very interesting time gel
ting him ashore. Both boys are)
about 14-years old.
Things like this always make
a newspaper man feel warm
about the heart towards the writ
ers: "Always enjoy leading your
interesting weekly. In it I find a
great deal that makes me feel
highly of Brunswick coiinty and
Southport." The writer was Dr.
B. W. Wells, dean of the de
partment of botany, at State Col
lege in Raleigh.
"We had a big" crowd at the
beach Saturday night and an
even larger one Sunday. All the
folks over here are very much
pleased at the outlook for this
year and we are all working to
gether to make this a year of
real development at Long Beach."
This was from Gene Tomlinson,
who called around to see us
Monday to express his apprecia
tion of what he said was fine
advertising and fine publicity that
he has been receiving in this,
Shallotte Point and Holden
Beach both report fine crowds
this past week end and all
through the week. The fish are
now beginning to bite real good
and both places are rapidly be
ing discovered as wonderful spots
where vacations may be spent
and fishermen may fish. At both
Holden Bench and Shallotte
Point many new homes are under
Meeting up with A. D. What
ley, who was the one-man booster
for Howell's Point until a lot of
other people found out what a
delightful little place it was. we
found him tickled pink over the
fact that the state highway com
mission is constructing a road for
the folks down there. To be sure,
it is only a dirt road now. but
it goes to a mighty fine inside
fishing point and a lot of people
are using it.
Bob Bryson, of Greensboro and
Long Beach, has purchased him
self an army duck and stationed
it at Long Beach. Whenever the
fancy seizes him he drives out
j in the ocean to go fishing wher
ever he pleases. When he gets
back from such a trip he does
not have to worry about getting
his craft tied up securely. He
just drives it up to the house
and parks it like his neighbors
park their cars.
A few years ago Herman WU
letts left Brunswick county and
went to Burlington where he
'has evidently shown himself to
be a fine and dependable fellow.
He is one of the foremen in the
hosiery mill of Coy C. McCuiston.
who owns a home at Caswell
Beach and whose family is now
spending the summer here. The
other day Mr. McCuiston dropped
around to this office and sub
scribed for the paper for Herm
an. Incidently, as Mr. McCuiston
goes and comes between his
beach home and his hosiery mill
in Burlington, he asked us what
size socks we wore.
We had not seen our good
friend Dawson Jones for around j
two months. We had supposed he
was sticking around his home at
Woodburn and amusing himself
by keeping up with his fishing,
but even the best guessers some
times guess wrong. Dawson show
ed up here at the office Monday,
and when we asked him how the 1
fishing had been he ruefully ex
plained that he had not been fish-)
ing, that he had been ill in his
bed for most of the past two
months. If he had been telling us
something about fishing we cer
tainly would not have believed
him. As things irt
much l-egret to say ^
Wiling the truth. ' 1
Visitors from ov*
Beach My ' ,
arc beginning i 4V>
catches fishing trum
tracoastal \v aterway
casting from the O
Pretty toon there
ami mow of this, v
that no ono has
foresight to liuiM a ll4_
out from tins K-ath *,
Beach. A giv*!.
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general anil it wouy
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