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gO—Houses For Sale
RICHARD H. LEWIS
-OFFERS—
Princess Place
K)i9 KLEIN ROAD—5 rooms,
’ oak floors, floor furnace.
914 Chestnut St.
7 ROOMS. A nice buy!
813 Chestnut St.
6 ROOMS. Oak floors.
113 N. 8th St.
7 ROOMS. See this one!
320 S. 6th St'.
13 ROOMS. Priced to sell!
110 S. 17th St.
6 ROOMS. A nice buy!
709 S. 2nd St.
7 ROOMS. Priced to sell!
Sunset Park
GOOD LOCATION. Pre-war
construction. 5 rooms.
Winter Park
NEAR BAPTIST Ctfurch on
Old Wrightsville Road. 7
rooms. 2 large lots. Higft
elevation. Good water.
Audubon Boulevard
LARGE 4 ROOM Garage
apartment on large corner
lot. Steam heat.
16 Acres
NEAR SEAGATE on hard sur
face road near town on Old
Wrightsville Road.
6 Acres
ON HARD SURFACE Road N
between Market Street Road
and Winter Park. 450 ft.
road frontage.
Sunset Park
DESIRABLE BUNGALOW—
Good location. Priced to sell!
Princess Place
5 ROOMS With floor furnace.
On large lot and attractively
priced!
121 Acre Farm
IN PENDER COUNTY—If you
. ’re looking for a real farm—
fully equipped, and a thir
teen hundred pound mule,
hogs, chickens, milk cow,
corn, hay, here it is. There
are 30 acres cleared. Three
and six-tenths acres tobacco
allotment. Large 4 room
house with oak floors. New
stock barn and tobacco barn.
No better soil anywhere!
Lots! Lots!
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH—
Desirable locations. Size 100
x 100. A beautiful location
for your summer cottage.
Priced at only $2,500.
FOR A QUICK SALE
LIST YOUR PROPERTY ,
WITH US!
RICHARD H. LEWIS
R’alt.v Comnany
tCape Fear Hotel Bldg.l
203 N. Second Dial 2-8545
1 M. Simpkins—Charlie Edwards
Salesmen
FOR SALE
BY OWNER
5 room home, beautifully furn
ished. everything to go.
Priced right for quick sale.
Owner leaving town. Call
Oay 4095, Night 6865 or 6630.
•■Hooa COTTAGE. NICE ROAD
montage. Carolina deach road. Cover
? with asbestos shingles. Wade Realty
J-Q-. 205 Princess.
FOR SALE
acres good land and five
room house on paved high
ly priced $2,750.
Homes For Sale
^WRIGHTSVILLE AVE
40' so. 5TH AVEv Double
Apartment.
403 SO. 5TH AVE., Double
Apartment.
WOOSTER ST.
307 SO. 2ND ST.
BEAUTIFUL HOMESITE in
Oleander.
VALUABLE BUILDING Sites
°n New Wrightsville High
ly. outside City and no re
lictions. Priced low.
DIAL 2-3432
W. A. McGIRT,
REALTOR
215 Princess Street
——
13! to V™' ST-. s ROOMS: LOT 33 x
A1]ey. H. r. Wilder, Phone 4932.
80—Houses For Sale
PRINCESS PLACE
HOME
1923 Klein Road
5 ROOMS, bath, floor furnace
heat, automatic hot water
heater. All hardwood floors.
Dandy location. A modern
home you will like and im
mediate possession can be
Siven. See us early Monday
about this.
FOSTER-HILL
Realty Company
“Realtors and Builders"
DIAL 2-3371
90— Help Wanted. Female
EXPERIENCED BEAUTY OPERATOR
wanted. Salary and commission. Dial 1
2-3281. Mrs. Spooner
STUDENT NURSES WANTED—ACCRE
dited training School. Salary paid while
in training. Room and board furnished.
Write Dr. W. D. James, Jr., Nurses
Training School, Hamlet, N. C.
WANTED — COLORED MAID FOR
store. Must have neat appearance and
be willing to work. Apply Mr. Gray,
Sutton-Council Furntiure Co.
YOUNG LADY TO TRAVEL. AM
bitious young lady, 19-28; personal con
tact work in advertising and sales de
partment of nationally known organiza
tion; pleasing appearance and high
school education essential. Starting at
$40 weekly with rapid advancement.
Must be unencumbered, free to travel
extensively. See MR. ROSSER, Hotel
Wilmington at once.
91— Insurance
WE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INSUR
ance. Hinton Insurance and Realty
Co Dial 1-3734
100— Instruction
MRS MOTTE’S SECRETARIAL SCHOOL,
313 Church street. All commercial sub
jects taught.
101— Jewelers
GUARANTEED WATCH
REPAIRING
Guaranteed Service
WILMINGTON JEWELRY SHOP
127 N. Front St., Across From P. O.
DIAMONDS & WATCHES
OF QUALITY!
USE YOUR CREDIT!
Unusually Quick Watch and
Jewelry Repairing!
ROYAL JEWELERS
105 N. Front St. Dial 2-2274
1U4—JLoans
MONEY TO LOAN! LIBERAlT LOANS
on anything of value. Cape Fear
Loan Office. 12 South Front street.
"All Loans Strictly Confidential.”
MONEY TO LOAN
On diamonds, watches, jewelry .silver
ware men’s clothing. typewriters,
shotguns, musical instruments and any
thing of value. •
FINKELSTEIN’S LOAN OFFICE
"Wilmington’s Oldest and Largest”
IF MONEY IS YOUR PROBLEM THE
answer is an auto loan from Hanover
Auto Finance, 617 Greenfield St., Lake
Forest "It’s Easy to Pay the Hanover
Way.”
110—Livestock.
ONE SADDLE HORSE AND SADDLE,
$100.00. Mrs. Annie Webster, old
Wrightsville road, between Winter
Park and Market street road.
A NICE POLAND CHINA BROOD SOW
for sale. Blossom Ferry, Castle Hayne,
N. C. J. M. Headen.
SEE C. S NEWTON FOR THE BEST
Tennessee mules. Dial 2-8373. Castle
Hayne Road.
118—Music & Dancing
HELEN RENE DANCE STUDIO. LATEST
dances taught privately. Children’s
classes $5 month. Dial 2-1110.
118—Music & Dancing
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING. ALL
work guaranteed. J. B. Winner. Dial
2-2664. _
PIANOS, SPINETS, STUDIOS, GRANDS
A H. Yopp Piano Co.. 209 Princeei St
Call 2-3722.
125—Paint—Papering
WALL PAPERING, PAINTING PLAS
ter'ng. Work done by sober reliable
men. Dial 2-0308.
136—poultry & supplies
CHICKS - SPECIAL OFFER - FINE
heavy breeds only. Bloodtested. 100
per cent live delivery. $9.95 per 100.
C.O.D. Ruby Baby Chicks, Dept. WSN,
Norfolk, Va
HOG KILLING SUPPLIES FOR SALE
Colgen’s sausage seasoning. Colgen's
Liquid Smoke. Colgen's Sausage Cas
ings Curing Salt. Frozen Food Locker
& Processing Co., 1802 N. Fifth street.
(Hilton) Wilmington, N. C.
BLOOD - TESTED BABY CHICKS —
Hatches twice weekly. Water founts,
feeders, electric brooders feeds. Roud
abush's Seed Store. _
139—Radio & Repairs
DAVID DIXON'S SERVICE CO. RADIO
and appliances. Sales Service. Work
guaranteed. Dial 2-8126. 16 S. Seconds
Radio, Refrigeration and
Appliance Service
BLAKE BROS.
6th and Castle Streets
Your Westinghouse Dealer
_Dial 2-2790 __
CALL THE RADIO SHOP FOR GUAR
anteed work. 17 Market street. Dial
, 2-2716,___
Howard Radio Co.
1027 S. THIRD
DIAL 4826
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Do You Want Experts To
Repair Your Radio?
Then bring it to us! We have
the parts and expert repair
men to give you quick,
GUARANTEED Service!
“We Know Radios.”
WILSON’S
Appliance Sales and Service
123 Grace St. Dial 7817
DAILY CROSSWORD!BgEgnn
ACROSS DOWN 14. Sharpen. UpEPjTpKm* k«M
1. Title of 1. Cleansing aaa Is!1 |S|jlSfc|h|3«u^t-l
respect agent razor cCISSmtp lHbM
4. Mandarin 2. Tavern 17. Fish llffmUuMft 1 Um5
tea 3. Music 16. Cooking IeWi .
7. Shell for note herb IOIMBkIqloaleMAttl
ice cream 4. Residence 20. A son of vUKwTpjyMFp W
8. Lubricates of a Adam |A[oUE|eiiK c|^M|
10. Member of a sovereign 21. Destitute fc|||yE|£BlK
S. E. Asiatic 5. Hush! of hair ■slePFWAl0Pl~M
tribe 6. High (mus.) 23. Damp
11. An assem- 7-Follow 24. Bristle B.Urd.y'. !».»«
bling for 9-A portable like >
roll call chair organ S3. Founder of
13. Fold 10. Slip 25. Monk’s Pennsyl
0ver over cowls vania
14 Injure (Phonet.) 26. A flavoring 34. Fencing
15. First note H- Expressed 27. Musical sword
of scale juice of instrument 36. By way of
16. Pronoun the grape 28. Wits 37. Stitch
17 Price 12. aty («.) 30 Curly 36. River (It.)
xs. jvuupona
19. To retract a
declaration
21. Twining
stem
22. Part of
“to be”
23. Any split
pulse (India)
24. Vessel
26. A genus of
plants
29. An age
30. Benevolent
31. Radium
(sym.)
32. Sign of
infinitive
33. A shade
of red
34. Ovum
35. Arrival
37. Mineral
springs
38. Subside
39. Hammer end
40. Some
41. To be in debt
C'BYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation
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S V D J C D S M OCJN PD — DHLP D'V B.
Saturday’s Cryptoquote: ILL NEWS HATH WINGS, AND
WITH THE WIND DOTH GO—DRAYTON.
Distributed by Kina Features Syndicate, Ine...
150—Real Estate & Dealers
-WE WILL
Pay You Cash
For Your Property—Anywhere!
Richard H, Lewis
REALTY COMPANY
203 N. Second — Dial 2-8545
W ALBERT BROWN. REAL ESTATE
Let us sell (or you. Homes, business
property or business. 2.703 Marke'
street Dla] 2-3227.
J. L. BALDWIN, REAL ESTATE, Mu
tual Insurance- 217 Princess. Dial
2-3210.
For top prices list your real
estate with W. A. McGirt, Realtor 213
Princess street
HIGH PRICES AND QUICK . SALES.
List your property with Hughes &
Higgins Real Estate. Phone 7691.
W M. HEWLETT REALTOR - BUY
sell, rent trade. 214 Princess street.
Dial 7138.
FOR HIGHEST PRICES AND QUICK
sales, list with Geo A. Biddle, Rea)
Estate 232 Princess. Dial 2-8534
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH LOT, CLOSE
to Banks Channel. H. F. Wilder, Phone
4932.
RICHARD A. SHEW
REALTY COMPANY
SALES A SPECIALTY.
213 Princess Dial 2-2180
REAL ESTATE!
BUYING OR SELLING
MARSHALL REALTY CO.
210 Princess Dial 2-1752
MOORE-FONVIELLE REALTY CO. WiC
are equipped to serve you.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE
with Willetts Realty Co., 124 Princess
street Office Phone 5233.
OCEAN REALTY CO.. SALES AND
rentals 15 Odd Fellows Building. Dial
2-3451. L L. Saage Realtor.
HOOPER JOHNSON, REAL ESTATE,
114 Princess street Phone 6118 days
6749 nights _
WE SELL THE EARTH. FOSTER - HILL
Realtv Co.. 112 Princess street Dial
2-3371. ''
__ » . m
too—oecas, riams, duivb
3 NEW EVERBEARING 2 TO _ 3 FT.
Bearing-size Fig Trees ior $4-45 Post
paid. 2 Surecrop 3 to 4 ft. Early-bear
ing Nectarine Trees for $3.65 Postpaid.
12 Clumps 2 yr. Giant Rhubarb Roots,
$315 Postpaid. Write for Free Copy
new 44-page Planting Guide listing ex
tensive line of Fruits, Nuts, Berries,
and Ornamental Plant Material.
Waynesboro Nurseries — Waynesboro,
Virginia.
SEEDS. SPRAYS, SPRAY MATERIALS,
dusts, dusters for farm—garden—lawn
Cross Seed Co- Dial 6868.
FOR SALE - COMPOST SUITABLE
for flowers shrubbery and gardens.
$3 load, delivered Dial 6083
WOOD’S TESTED TOBACCO SEED,
Fermate for blue mold. Garden Peas,
Lettuce, Pepper, Tomato, etc. T. W.
Wood & Sons.
156—Sit., Work. Wanted
EXPERT BOOK-KEEPER WANTS SET
of books and records to keep part
time. Answer 2314 Chestnut Street.
JUNIOR DRUGGIST WANTS POSITION
in Wilmington. Can furnish best of
references. Sober, energetic, reliable,
honest. Address Junior Druggist, Box
1192, Wilmington, N. C.
SITTING COMPANION FOR CHILDREN
of evenings. References exchanged.
Mrs. J. A. Robeson. Dial 2-6484.
160—Transportation. Storage
GENERAL HAULING. REASONABLE
rates and Dependable service. J. K.
Dean. Dial 5311.
WANTED — LOAD OR PART LOAD
from Smithfleld or Raleigh, N. C., or
points near, January 13th, at reduced
price. Batson's Transfer. Dial 6956.
WANTED — LOAD OR PART LOAD TO
Charlotte. N. C., January 14th, or part
load returning January 15th, at reduced
price. Batson’s Transfer. Dial 6956.
O. J. HYDRICK
312 Calhoun Drive, Maffitt Village
Moving—General Hauling.
— Call -
Dial 2-2322.
Maffitt Soda Shop.
TRUCK FOR HIRE. LONG AND SHORT
distance hauling or moving. Dial 6042.
$
FUNERAL RITES
SET FOR NORRIS
Retired Fair Bluff Business
Leader Was Uncle Of
State Treasurer
FAIR BLUFF, Jan. 12.—Funeral
services for Harvey Vernon Norris,
71, who died Saturday at his home.
The Rev. B. G. Bass, pastor of
the Fair Bluff Baptist church will
officiate and will be assisted'by the
Rev. J. W. Lineberger, pastor of
the Fair Bluff Methodist church.
Interment will follow in the Fair
Bluff cemetery.
Born at Holly Springs in Wake
county, Mr. Norris was the son of
the late Needham Marion Norris
and Civil Amanda Adams. He re
ceived his education at Buie’s
Creek and Campbell College.
On Sept. 10, 1910 he was married
to Miss Mattie Anderson and made
his' home in Fair Bluff .for 35
years.
At the time of his death he was
a retired lumberman and mer
chant. Active in church affairs he
was a deacon for many years.
His survivors include his widow,
one son, Hubert Norris, of Wilming
ton; one daughter, Mrs. J. R
Woodward, of Conway; one broth
er, Fred Norris, of Baltimore, Md.;
three sisters, Mrs. Minnie John
son and Mrs. Rosa Herring, both
of Burgaw; and Mrs. H. C. Ham
mond, of Fair Bluff; and three
nephews, Charlie Johnson, state
trcas-urer, Raleigh; Joe Johnson,
of Burgaw, and Hobert Hammond
of Wilmington.
SCIENTIST CHURCHES
STUDY “SACRAMENT”
AS SERMON LESSON
“Sacrament” was the subject oi
the Lesson-Sermon in all Christian
Science Churches and Societies on
Sunday, January 12.
The Golden Text from John 6:
33. “The bread of God is that which
cometh down from heaven, and
giveth life unto the world.”
Among the citations comprising
the Lesson-Sermon were the follow
ing from the Bible: “Therefore al
so now, saith the Lord, turn ye
even to me with all your heart, and
with fasting, and with weeping, and
with mourning: And rend you:
heart, and not your garments, and
turn unto the Lord your God” (Joel
2: 12. 13 to:) And from the Chris
tian Science textbook, “Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures”
by Mary Baker Eddy: “What we
most need is toe prayer of fervent
desire for growth in grace, ex
pressed in patience, meekness,
love, and good deeds. Outward
worship is not of itself sufficient
to express loyal and heartfelt grati
tude, since Iffe has said: ‘If ye love
me, keep my commandments’ ”
(Page 4).
Zirconium, listed in chemistry
textbooks as a‘ rare metal, is one
of the twenty most abundant ele
ments in the earth’s surface.
171—Wanted To Rent, Buy
WANTED — ONE HALF H. P. BRIGGS.
Stratton gasoline motor. Dial 4567 after
6 p.m.
WANTED—4 COPIES OF THE WIL
mington Morning Star of January 8,
1947. Bring to Bookkeeping Depart
ment, Star-News office.
£ -
WANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER—COT*
tage or rooming house at Carolina
Beach. Box “FH’\ care Star-News.
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THE PLACE HERE 1 IN PROPORTION TO OUR TWEREVL fi WISH VOU'O
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I^TfihL POOL 1 'BJTSIDE OUR BEDROOM i WITH ft ft VIT-UP I DARNED, BEFORE
HJlifej CHROMIUM CHUTE i WE COULD SHOE RIGHT FOUNTAIN^ I SOU WEAR
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f l'M SURE THE GO HOME NOW AND TRY] THE BOV AND UyES, BLAKE,1—s THATS~ RGHt!. l'M
KIM'S BEEN GONE ]fl£2UCf. WlLL NCIT 70 TWWK ABOUTJ HIS DOG ?i I FEEL KIND OF f GOING TO TRY TO BRING
TWO DAYS NOW.W • 17 700 MUCH/-J RESPONSIBLE | BACK THAT BOY AND
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