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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, April 28, 1940, Image 12

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DR. HALL OPENS
NEW DRUG STORE
Establishment At 1608 Mar
ket To Open Doors On
Wednesday
Dr. James M. Hall, for many years
operator of a drug business at
Fifth and Castle streets, announc
ed yesterday the opening date for
Hail’s Market Street Drug store, at
1608 Market street. It will open for
business on Wednesday, May 1, and
the formal opening will be held on
Saturday, May 4, from 5 to 11 p. m.
Dr. Hall said the new store will
be opened to better serve customers
in the central part of the city.
The new drug establishment will
be thoroughly modern in every par
ticular, and will specialize in
prompt and efficient service
whether in the soda fountain or the
prescriptoin department.
Dr. Hall said he plans to feature
fountain and curb service, White’s
dairy products, newspapers, maga
zines, Whitman’s candies, and other
quality items of merchandise.
The interior of the store has beer
designed throughout with allowance
for cleanliness, convenience, service:
and pleasing appearance. A1.
shelves, walls and fixtures will be
finished in cream and green.
J. M. (Mike) Hall, Jr., will man
age the store.
The management has invited the
public to come in and offer any sug
gestions they may have for the im
provement of service or cenvenience
to customers.
Chadbourn Strawberry
Prices $3.40 To $4.10
CHADBOURN, April 27.—The
Chadbourn strawberry market sold
907 crates of Klondykes today, with
prices ranging from $3.40 to $4.10.
The quality was termed "very
good” and around 2.000 crates are
expected for Monday’s market.
SCOTT "NEWS
One of the Sea Scout moth boats at the Greensboro base on High
Rock Lake, near Southmont, where the third annual rendezvous tor
Sea Scouts of Region Sir will be held. Dozens of these sailing boats
will be in action during the rendezvous.
By JACK STILLMAN
SALISBURY, April 27.—The third
annual rendezvous for Sea Scouts of
Region Six of the Boy Scouts of
America, which includes North and
South Carolina, will be held on May
10, 11, and 12 at the base on High
Rock lake near Southmont, it was
announced by general chairman, R.
J. Everest.
The Greensboro council, which has
headquarters at the base near South
mont, and the Uwharrie council,
which is now constructing a base
two miles across the lake adjacent
to Province township of Rowan
county, are co-sponsors for the ren
dezvous.
More than 200 senior Scouts and
Scouters are expected to be present
for the three-day event.
Sea Scouts will register on Fri
day afternoon, May 10 and after or
ganizing, will pitch tents and en
gage in various Scouting activities
for the remainder of the day.
According to the tentative pro
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tend training courses, receive in
struction in advanced work, engage
in sailing contests and other water
activities, attend religious services
and conduct special ceremonies.
A Bridge of Honor will be one of
the final features and awards will
be given Scouts who have completed
tests and gained advanced recogni
tion
Leaders emphasized the fact that
High Rock Lake has ideal facilities
for Sea Scouting activities. It is 27
miles long and varies in width from
one to five miles. Its numerous
coves and nooks as w’ell as open
spaces afford unusually fine oppor
tunities for boating and water
sports.
Floating equipment on hand in
cludes several sloops, motor boats
and other auxiliary craft. Six moth
boats are used largely for the sailing
tests and w’ork of the Sea Scouts.
But much attention is paid to navi
gation and other phases of water
sports.
Reservations for attendance should
be made with the regional office in
Atlanta not later than May 7. The
training period is open to all Boy
Scouts and leaders interested in the
Sea Scout program, but it is urged
that all attending must be good
swimmers.
Competent examiners and direc
tors will be in charge of all activi
ties and close supervision will be
given the entire program.
SAN FRANCISCO — More than
15,000 Boy Scouts of t h e Pacific
Coast states will gather at the Gold
en Gate Internationa! Exposition on
Treasure Island on San Francisco
Bay Saturday, July 6.
This date has been designated as
Boy Scout day and a full program of
demonstrations, ceremonies and fun
is being developed under the leader
ship of the Boy Scout Day commit
tee headed by Justice John F. Pul
len of Sacramento, chairman of the
Region 12 Executive committee.
In a large open air amphitheatre
the Scouts will put on a spectacular
show of their own, reflecting the
many useful things they learn as
Scouts and also their many games,
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a game This is planned to be held
in the morning.
The guests of honor will be Walter
W. Head of St. Louis, Mo., president
of the National Council, and Dr.
James E. West, chief scout execu
tive and editor of "Boys' Life." They
will greet hundreds of adult Scout
leaders at a luncheon planned in
their honor at the Exposition.
In the ‘‘Vacationland’’ building
will be housed an exhibit erected by
the boys of various age levels, as
well as the wide scope of the pro
gram material itself. Troops of
Scouts have been invited to man
these exhibits throughout the period
of the Exposition which opens May
25, and closes September 29.
The Oakland Area Boy Scouts
Council has again provided its camp
Dimond as living quarters for visit
ing Scout groups.
Scout Executive David Liles, of
the Wilmington district, and Rufus
Pittman, commissioner of the Lum
berton district, will attend the camp
director's training school May 4
through 7 at Mendharo, N. J
The negro Scout camporee will be
held on the grounds of the negro’s
boys’ club Friday and Saturday, May
3 and 4. W. H. Lofton, negro com
missioner, will be in charge of the
svent.
Court of Honor for the Wilming
ton district will be conducted May 6
in the courthouse. Scouts are re
minded that Friday, May 3, is the
last opportunity for Court of Honor
award blanks to be turned in at
Scout headquarters.
All camporee awards for the Wil
mington district will be made at this
time.
NHHS Juniors Will
Stage Play Friday
The Junior class at New Hanover
High school will present “Here
Comes Patricia” on Friday night,
May 10, at 8:15 o’clock at the school
auditorium.
The story deals with a young girl
operating a filling station who up
sets the town of Fernlawn with her
actions. Mrs. Smith-Porter, the town
snob, and Adam Wade, her cohort,
become indignant and attempt to
drive Patricia out of her filling sta
tion business.
It all ends happily, however, when
Jimmy Clark falls in love with Pa
tricia and takes her away from it
all.
The cast: Mrs. Carroll, Eleanor
Moore; Elsie Crowder, Viola Holden;
Mrs. Smith-Porter, Louise Emerson;
Angelina Xnopp, Violet Register;
Patricia Grayson, Sara Stanton;
Jimmy Clark, Edwin Troy; Adam
Wade, Deming Smith; Tim Hopper,
Ledley Symmes; Bud Flannigan, Tom
McCraw.
15 Men Joined Army
Here In Past Month
Sgt. S. W. D. Bennett, army re
cruiting officer, announced yester
day a total of 15 men were enlisted
through the Wilmington office for
the army during April.
George T. Bordeaux, 20, Carolina
Beach; Arthur W. Davis, 20, Caro
lina Beach; Joe F. Denson, 18, Wil
mington, Clarence D. Carr, 22, Clin
ton; Pete M. Jones, 20, Clinton;
Fred C. Costin, 19, Leland; Wal
ter W. Bowie, 19, Wilmington; Ray
M. Grooms, 18, Evergreen; Ernest
G. Hardee, Whiteville; Clayton M.
Brock, 19, Whiteville; William E.
Hatcher, 18, Warsaw; Cecil Little,
19, Molton; Clarence Swinson, 22,
Rosehill; and Marion H. Weeks, 27,
Wilmington.
They were enlisted at Fort
Moultrie, S. C., for service in the
various branches and arms of serv
ice stationed in Panama, and
Hawaii.
The Wilmington Army recruiting
station has received its quota for
the month of May, and there are
nine vacancies for Panama and
and Hawaii. These vacancies are
a; follow's: Infantry, Panama, tw’O;
Coast Artillery, Panama, one; En
gineers, Panama, one; Inftantry
Hawaii, three; Field Artillery,
Hawaii, one; Coast Artillery, Hawaii
one.
Rdeigh Federal Court
To Open On Monday
Federal court of the Eastern dis
trict of the Raleigh division will
open in Raleigh Monday, with
Judge I. M. Meekins presiding.
The court will open with the
heaviest docket in several years.
Conspiracies, violation of inter
nal revenue laws, mail frauds, coun
terfeiting, violations of postal laws
and violations of internal revenue
liquor laws will be tried by Judge
Meekins.
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Springtime adds much to the
Beautiful Scenery In
NEW FOREST HILLS
Visualize your NEW HOME situated on a Hill
nestled among the Stately Pines of this beautiful sub
division.
Yes, you make your “dream come true’’ by simply
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NEW FOREST HILLS
Visit the Development now—walk over some of
the Estates and Broad Homesites. Scrutinize the va
rious building sites with particular reference to
Scenery, Dimensions, Drainage, Soil, etc. Make your
selection without delay as sales are increasing daily.
LOW PRICES
Take advantage of present low prices and make
your purchase now. Terms, if desired.
Building prices are also favorable today, but all
indications point to higher prices. Consult any reliable
Contractor or Builder’s Supply.
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If you contemplate building a Home, prompt action
will enable you to SAVE two ways: On the Home
site and the construction of the Home.
BPY WOW AND SAVE
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W. A. McGIRT, Manager
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The sooner you plan their future, the
better their future will be.
Security Life
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