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rt<a ved in South
. honouh of your
of hot* daughter
ari ; Wells, junior
v evening the
th of June
\1 a"d forty-eight
owing the cere
... H-. ' entertained
rt hor young friends
day party at her home
ivek on the occasion of
birthday After playing
joined in a theatre
The following persons attend
ed: Ann Brooks Newton, Norma
Ann Harrelson, Charlene Newton,
Dorothy Ann Walton, Vera Ann
j Willis, Penny Moore, Jean Evelyn
Thompson, Trudy McNeill, Teresa
Fulwood, Carol Ann Wolfe,
Charles Ray Wells, Donald Ray
Burris, Harold Dosher, Bobby
Smith, Gus McNeil, Tommy San
ders, John Sanders, Charles
j Trott and Thcmas Hunt.
John Swann has returned to
his dredge Lyman at Tampa, Fla.
after spending three weeks here
with his family.
Mrs. Frank St. George spent
the week end at Chattanooga,
Tenn.. with her son, John D. St.
George. He returned home with
her for a month's vacation.
Edward Taylor is spending this
week with his mother, Mrs. C.
Ed Taylor, but will return to
Raleigh Monday for the graduat
ing exercises for the Textile
School at N. C. State College. |
Miss Pat Arrington has return- [
ed from Flora Macdonald Col- j
lege. Red Springs, to spend the
summer vacation here with her i
Mr. And Mrs. Ed Hanson
Of Charlotte Have Mov
ed Into D. J. Smith Home
Which They Recently
1 Attorney and Mrs. Ed Hanson
j and family have moved from
I Charlotte to the D. J. Smith resi
dence, which they recently pur
1 chased. The family consists cf
Misses Barbara Ann and Mary
|Lou Hanson and Bid Hanson, Jr.
Mr. Hanson, a native of Wil
[mington, has been practicing law
!in Charlotte for 27 years. He
[served in the first world war as
j an enlisted man and in the more
j recent one as a Lt. Colonel in
the Inspector Generals Depart
ment. With his removal to South
port Mr. Hanson retires from the
j practice of law, his health not
having been so very good re
j The new resident of Southport
is a brother of Louis Hanson of
[the Spiritine Chemical company
of Woodburn and Wilmington.
He is not a newcomer to Bruns
wick as the Hansons have owned
' property about Malmo and Le
'land for many years.
CHEERS RADIO SERVICE
Located l'/2 Miles North of Shallotte
On U. S. No. 17 At?
CHEERS SERVICE STATION
ELWOOD CHEERS, Prop.
? All Work Is Guaranteed ?
Mr. and Mis. G. J. Krug of
Wilmington announce the en-!
gagernent of their daughter, |
Gloria, to Thomas Marion Dosh-1
er, son of Mrs. H. N. Parker, of
Wilmington and J. E. Dosher of
The wedding will take place
j The Hospital Auxliary will
'meet at the home of Mrs. J. W.
?Thompson at 3:30 o'clock Thurs-i
| day afternoon.
t WEEK END HERE ]
Bill McDowell and Tommy
i Bowmer, Southport youngsters
' who are trying for a berth with
(the Whlteville American Legion i
| team, spent the week end at;
I their homes here. Both boys1
| hope to make the team.
! BIRD HUNTING
J Members of the North Caro-1
lina Bird Club, Sandy McCulloch i
j of Raleigh and Quincy Scarbor-j
ough, of Fayetteville, have been;
'spending several days at South
port counting birds, chasing in
sects, alligators and snakes.
HERE ON VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Overcash,
of Charlotte, are spending their
vacation here at the Camellia Inn
and Long Beach and Caswell
Beach. Mr. Overcash is head
bookkeeper for the American
Trust Company. This bank em
ploys 21 bookkeepers.
WAS VISITOR HERE
H. T. Scofield, associate pro
fessor of botany at State Col
lege, spent the week end in
PLANTS DOING FINE
Back to Southport to look af
ter his watermelon fields after
carrying his last load of toma
to plants to New Jersey ten days
ago, Everett H. Sheppard reports;
that liis Brunswick county toma-|
to plants are doing fine in New
HAVE .MOVED IN
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith of,
Siler City have moved into their,
home "The Connie Sue" on Long J
Beach. Mr. Smith, of Smith &
Buckner Funeral Home at Siler
City, is one of the strongest ad
mirers of Whittlers Park at
WAKE FOREST FOLKS
Six of this year's graduates at!
Wake Forest College have been
spending several days at Holden
Beach. They are Mr. and Mrs. I
Wm. H. Robbins, Bynum Shaw,
Campbell McMillan, Harold T. P. j
Hayes, Jesse Glasgow. Prof, and
Mrs. J. C. Drake had charge cf
the gathering. Others in the
party were Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Davis. James B. Cook, Louise
Brantley and Beth Bon Durant.
AT LONG BEACH
Dr. and Mrs. Joe Usher and
daughter, Miss Mary Jo Usher, of j
Greensboro, are spending some;
time at their cottage at Long j
Beach. Dr. Usher bought one of j
the Jinimie Woltz residences last j
year. Mrs. Lillie Gladmon, also of
Greensboro, is with the Ushers.
MANY FROM FAYETTE VII.LE
Many Fayetteville folks were
seen at Holden Beach this week.
Among them were Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Pate, Jr., Calvin Chadwick,
John McDuffie, Dwight Miller, B.
C. Bramble and family, J. D.
DeVane, Bill Cameron and dozens
of others whose names were nst
Perfect cooking re
Foods are cooked to
by uniform, metered
heat, without waiting
or watching, and with
the healthful vitamins
sealed right in.
Norge Electric Range?built to be the
GREATEST VALUE IN THE FIELD
with the Most Extra Advantages
? Fully Automatic Controls
? Equalized Heat Distribution
? Norge Top Units with Seven
? Deep-Well Utility Cooker
? Porcelain-Lined Oven
e Tell-Tale Oven Signal Lighl
e Smokeless Broiler Grid
e Warming and Ulensil Drawers
Easy Terms ? 3 Years to Pay
Southport, N. G.
IN THE SECOND PRIMARY
I Shall Need The
OF MY FRIENDS IN
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
GRAND RE ? OPENING . ;/
Friday, June 11th
FREE FISH FRY AND SPAGHETTI SUPPER BEGINNING AT 7=30 P. M
FREE PRIZES vi
BUILDING REMODELED EXCELLENT FOOD ,
We have finished our job of completely
remodeling our building inside and out, and
we want our friends to come see what has
been accomplished. We feel that the exterior
appearance of our Cafe Building is a Credit to
the community which we serve, and the chan
ges made on the interior are just as important
when it comes to serving the public.
During the past few years we have built
up a reputation for serving Good Meals
Especially Seafood, and we appreciate the
business that has come to us from local citi
zens and visitors to our community. We have
better facilities than ever before for preparing
and serving Good Food, and we invite you to
dine here, and to bring your friends.
G. W. McGLAMERY,