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linson and Carl VVatkins of the
Long Beach pavilion are now
saying that they plan to make
Long Beach the square dance
center of Xorth Carolina beach
, Tomlinson said Monday that th"
square dances were really going
! to work up into something big.
In fact, they are already big
e'vents with people coming in
from all over North Carolina
and many from South Carolina.
Joe heaves and his four-piece
string band, an all Brunswick
county organization, is proving
tops with the brand of string
music it provides.
In addition to compliments to
the band, many of those attend
ing the dances have been heard
to declaie that Foster Robbins
was really finding himself with
his work of calling the numbers.
With the band cii< king as it i?
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with the patrons and with Rob ;
bins going to town, Tomlinson f
and Watkins say that they hard-j
Jy plan anything but square1
dar.ces for awhile. These will be!
helt' each Saturday night.
In addition to the pavilion and
its dances, the Seashore Grill, i
owned and operated by Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Baucom, is also having
regular square dances. The two
places are drawing a lot of dance
fans to the beach,
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appliance company. The use of
which the other two will be put j
has not yet been stated.
It is not planned to contract
the work. Instead they will con
struct the building themselves,
Mr. White said.
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have been offered. The complete
details are being worked out now.1
Mr. White stated Saturday that
there will be no difficulty in sell
ing 25 percent of the warehouse'
stock to Shallotte people. As a
matter of fact, it is understood
he will personally buy all of the
25 percent that other residents
do not take.
From another source, a repre-1
scntative of this paper has been
advised that within a short time,
everything relative to the under- J
taking will be made public.
continued from page One)
only are gifts of this nature al- j
ways welcomed at the hospital,"
he said, "but it does us good to
know that throughout the caunty
theie exists among the people
a warn and friendly attitude to-'
ward our county hospital."
i Continued Kam Pasts One)
sel engine and other machinery
from salt water, it is understood
the San Jose came through in
fair shape. She was in charge of
Winston Brown, colored, when
she got into trouble. I
Continued From Page One
weather they either have to ride
it out or make a run for it to
the mouth of the Cape Fear river!
Efforts are being made
to have the government open the
short Lockwoods Folly Inlet from
the canal to the sea to a depth j
that will permit the many boats i
to pass unhindered to and from
In addition to the cooperative
house with its seventeen boats, '
two other shrimp houses operate
at Holden Beach Ferry.
(Continued from page one)
"Information on hotels, rates, !
usual weather conditions and
average temperature in Septem
ber would also be appreciated.
"Yours sincerely, i
(Continued from page one) j
VISIT AT BEACH
j ed friends of her at Roanoke
I Rapids in the place. Among these
j Roanoke Rapids friends of hers
who are interested is Dr. and
1 Mrs. M. S. Broun who have rent
ed the Cranmer cottage for part
of the month of August. '
B. K. Smith, of Shallotte, en-j
tered on Tuesday as a medical j
Mrs. B. G. Moore, of Shallotte,.
was a medical patient from Tues-1
day until Thursday.
Mrs. Erline Atkinson, of Sup
ply, spent Wednesday and Thurs
day as a surgical patient
Mrs. H. L. Evans, of Supply, j
was a medical patient from Wed
nesday until Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Ashbourn, of Wil
mington, entered on Wednesday
as a medical patient.
Miss Susie Anderson, of South
port, enteifd as a medical pa
tient on Wednesday.
William J. Deason, of U. S. S.,
Lindon, entered on Wednesday as
a surgical patient.
Mrs. Virginia Clemmons Wal-j
ton, of Southport, entered as a
surgical patient on Thursday.
J. I. Stone, of Leland, entered
on Thursday as a medical pa
Leo Clemmons, of Supply, was
a medical patient from Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Clem
mons, of Shallotte, announce the
birth of a daughter on Saturday.
Green Lewis, of Bolivia, en
tered on Sunday as a medical pa
BUYS PLANE WRECK
Bill Grady of Holden Beach,
has purchased the 5-plane place l
recently wrecked at Holden >
Beach from the owner, Guy M. j
Turner, of Greensboro. It is be-1
lieved the engine can be salvag
VISITED TS3E HOLDEN'S
Dr. and Mrs. Dan Carr of Dur
ham visited Dr. and Mrs. R. H.
Holden at Shallotte and Holden
WEEK AT THE BEACH
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Burgess j
of Durham spent last week at j
the Brunswick cottage at Holden
Beach. Mr. Burgess is connected!
with the Liggett & Myers To-1
bacco Company in Durham. Mrs.
Burgess is director of the School,
of Nursing at the. Watts Hos
AT BIRD'S NEST
Prof, and Mrs. H. C. Bird of i
the Bird's Nest cottage at Hol
den Beach had as their guests
fcst week Mr. and ?fts. W. L.
Hodgkin and Miss Annie John
Williams, of Durham. Mr. and
Mrs. Hodgkin both teach music
in the Durham City schools. Miss,
Williams teaches Math at the'
Carr Junior High School.
Jesse Caple of Long Beach and!
Robert Farrell of Troy are said j
to be developing into experts at i
aquaplane riding. During the past I
week of rough weather they have i
been using the waterway at both
Long Beach and Holden Beach.
Dr. Allen of Lumberton and Hol
den Beach has a small fast boat
that is said to be ideal for tow
ing the boards.
VISITED DR. DAVIS
Miss Elizabeth Ann Koontz is
arriving this week from the Uni
versity of North Carolina to spend
the rest of the summer with her
uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. W.
H. Davis, at Holden Beach.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis of
Holden Beach had as their guests
the past week Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
James of Elizabeth City. Mr. and
Mrs. James were married recent
ly and Dr. Darts officiated at
the wedding. Mrs. James is the
niece of Mrs. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thomas of
Roxboro are at their summer cot
tage at Holden Beach until Sept
ember. / .1
AT SMITH COTTAGE
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wick Smith,
of Fayettevllie, have just com
pleted and moved into their at
tractive new cottage at Holden
Beach. They had as their guests j
over the week end Mr. and Mrs. j
Billy G. fVirks of Fayetteville. '
All bicycles must be equipped
light on frint, a reflector on rear, and bn
horn or bell.
This law will go in effect on or ^
By Order of Mayor,
and Check Stubs
Just as you can prove your
identity by your finger
So you can prove pay
ment of your bills by can*
The safest way to pay is
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
NOW SINCE WE HAVE OUR NEW NAME
. Thompson & Co.
AND ENLARGED OUR
We are going to carry a complete stock of furniture
& Electric Appliances that will meet every demand of
our many customers and friends. We have three men in
High Point, N. G. this week for the furniture Show for
the purpose of buying the newest and best furniture for
you, our customers.
Front View of the newly remodeled and enlarged B. S. Thompson & Co. (Formerly
Columbus Motor Co., Furniture Store.)
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TODAY - ON
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And Not A Cent To Pay Until Sept.
WE ALSO HAVE
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