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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, April 21, 1946, SECTION-A, Image 5

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CENSUS INFORMATION FORM
TTie U. S. Bureau of th** p
It is important that the cennwWiI1? ls completing its special census of Wilmington
cn April 1st, 1946, the offldal Hat of the PeoP!e who were livinS in this piac,
and believe that you were * 01 census. If you were living here on that date
below and mail it to the Census Superviso/01 ^ cenSUS’ fiU °Ut the *orm Present?d
Hy address on April 1st was
Street and Number
Apartment No. - •
ofTbodi waf iiTthis hcusehokTon AprU the^h'0^hfP this person tp CoIor Age at
u,. ,;nter last name first. P U ?he i163'? of the household as Sex or last
J—--head, wife, son, roomer, etc. Race birthday
In an effort to include all residents in the official population total, census officials have renewed
tneir request to all persons who were residing here on April 1 and who were not enumerated to clip
the above torm and mail it to the Census Supervisor, Woodrow Wilson Hut, City. Some enumerators
misunaei stood their instructions and failed to enumerate some residents who were not at home at
the time of the count. In the latter group are persons whose usual place of residence is Wilmington
who were temporarily absent traveling or attending school elsewhere. Officials also urge persons who
have no usual place of residence in any other community, including lodgers or other transients, to
fill in the coupon.__
Renewed Appeal Issued
For Cancer Fight Funds
goal half attained
North Carolina Sorosis Re
port Redoubled Effort
Slated This Week
A second appeal to Wilmington
ians to join in the local fight for
cancer control was voiced by the
North Carolina Sorosis, sponsors,
yesterday, ir, announcing that ap
proximately 50 per cent of New
Hanover’s $4,750 goal had been
raised.
Only one week of the campaign
remains; Mrs. A. R. Willis, general
chairman, and Mrs. Q. B. Snipes,
co-chairman, stressed.
Cancer, it was pointed out, kills
more American women between
the ages of 35 and 55 than any
other disease, is the second largest
cause of deaths among American
men, and kills mary times as many
American children as polio.
The fight against cancer is being
waged through education, treat
ment and research.
Persons who are willing to help
swell the New Hanover fund have
been asked to mail checks to Mrs.
J. R. Chasten, treasurer, box 825,
city.
Coin boxes and posters have
been placed in all city Sunday
schools, as well as in restaurants
and other public buildings. Booths
are being maintained at Belk-Wil
liams, Saunders’, and the post of
fice.
To Conduct Canvass
Three women and a group of
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Carolina Beach girls have agreed
to conduct a house-to-house can
vass for funds at the resort during
the week, to be followed by a Tag
Day Saturday. The group is led
by Mrs. George R. Poole, chair
man, and Mrs. D. M. Greer and
Mrs. MacLeod.
The Schools committee is, under
the direction of Mrs. J. H. Fergu
son, Mrs. Graham Burkeheimer
and Miss Jennie Mae Hartsfield.
School representatives are as fol
lows:
New Hanover high, Miss Fannie
O’Keef; Tileston, Mrs. R. W. Fen
nell; Hemenway, Mrs. C. G. Ber
ry; Forest Hills, Miss Katherine
VonGlahn; Lake Forest, Mrs.
Manly Williams, William Hooper,
Mrs. Ida Kellam; Sunset Park,
Miss Doris Gurley; Sunset Park
annex, Miss Thelma Edgerton,
Maffitt Village, Miss Edna
Hucks: Washington Catlett, E. R.
Blakeslee, Jr.; Winter Park, Mrs.
Ine Hinnant; Bradley’s Creek,
Wallace West; Chestnut Street,
Mrs. E. B, Snipes; Cornelius Har
nett, Mrs. O. G. Foard; Carolina
Beach, Mrs. Doris Dawson; Willis
ton Industrial Inez Richardson;
Williston Primary, Sarah Wilson
Wright; Peabody, C. H. McDonald.
Coin boxes have been placed in
all schools and collections will be
made on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday.
Stickers will be awarded the
grades which contribute as much
as one dollar.
The Loire is the longest river in
France.
GREENHILL WILL
TALK HERE SOON
(Continued from Page One)
of the North Carolina Neu. jpsychi
atric, having previously been a
member of the American Psychia
tric association and ■' e American
Medical association.
During the 1945 general assembly
of the state legislature, Dr. Green
hill served as chairman of a com
mittee appointed by the state to
draft new mental health laws. The
laws proposed by this committee
were ratified by the assembly.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank everyone for
their loving kindness and
thoughtful words during our re
cent loss of our Darling Daugh
ter and Niece. Mrs. Edith
Walker, Mother, Mrs. William
Walker, Father, and Uncles and
Aunts.
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Lovely, lustrous Textron* shower curtains to lend lasting beauty
to your bathroom! In a variety of soft shades imbedded in
the finest rayon taffeta, with matching ruffled window drapes.
Mildew-resistant and water-repellent. They wash and iron like
a dream. Inconspicuous thread embroidered eyelets instead of
metal. Available in White, Yellow, Blue Heaven, Horizon Blue,
Red, Green, Peach, Rose.
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6'x6' Shower Curtain_4.95
9'x6' Shower Curtain_7.50
54"x84" Shower Curtain 5.00
6'x6' Shower and
Drapery Set __10.00
For Your
BEACH COTTAGE
We Offer A
1 Nice Selection Of
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IN A LOVELY PINK AND BLUE BOX...
A COMPLETE BATHROOM COMBINATION FOR THE NEW OR ESTABLISHED
HOUSEKEEPER. ABSORBENT WHITE TOV/ELS WITH COLORED BORDERS
OF SOFT PINK, BLUE, SOLD OR GREEN. REAL VALUE AND PRICED RIGHT
Luggage Is Back
We are proud to announce we can offer you the most
outstanding selection of luggage in four long years.
All Sizes, Prices, Styles, and Colors
Hundreds of beautiful cases, covered in water resistant woven duck;
edges bound in cowhide; individual brass snap locks and brass hinges;
leather and plastic handles. A range of sizes from the 12 inch make-up
kit to the 29 inch bus case; These sizes also include the man's two-suiter
24 inch case and man’s o’nite 21 inch case. This wide variety permits
the matching of cases in smart, fascinating ensembles.
Also—The new and improved “all purpose” canvas zipper case with a
full 28 inch zipper. Bound and corded in natural cowhide with a heavy
reinforced cowhide handle. Comes in two styles.
STORE CLOSED TOMORROW — EASTER MONDAY j
The Right Kind of
PLAY SHOES
-for Play Days!
F or your leisure hours, you’11
find these the shoes you will
adore. They're perfect to add
. to your shoe wardrobe for
the coming serson. Colors:
White, Red, Tan, Brown, and
j^^^ack.
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0.98 (
to 6.00
JUST RECEIVED!
New Shipment of *
Children's Play Sandals
Black, Tan, and White
130 t0 2 50
Baby Show and Children's Festival
Auspices of the Ministering Circle
Wednesday, April 24tb, 4 P, M.
Cape Fear Armory, 812 Market St.
Entries can be made by calling 7957 or 7391
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