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Teen-Age TaiHer By W i-.it’RED HARRISS Want to hear a story. This one has been told to me several „mes and I’ve also read it: and I can’t seem to,get it out of mv no id. So rm go ng to pads t on to you. It’s funny in some Piac“y Sghtv funny; also parts of this story are romantic, and tt just ?a,everything m general to make it real-ly interesting. So listen f„|iv T know that you re going to enjoy this storv c SISTER ACT . . . These sub-debs are up to the minute in a *'^-**L«**E« by Hugo Rudfng or m 1 . . .... S;nCe fairy tales usually begin ;th thc old "once upon a time,” won'1 start off that way; be cause- you see. this isn't anything like s fairy tale. That's another reason I'm so sure that you should jjke this story. It’s very real and V()U yourself could easily be one the characters. And here we k*irnp into another reason why jjj‘s s;or.' promises to be such an en'ertainer: the characters. We fj'r;d that they’re just top-notch! A"d very true people! IVell. to get on with the story. It all centers around a family of jive in a typical American small town somewhere in the United c-a’.es. This is a rather unusual family in that they’re rather a wacky bunch of people. The lov ible father is absent-minded; the attractive mother is happy-go luckv; the beautiful daughter of twenty is just jeautiful; and that, dv the way, can and does help 'lake this plot more exciting the young boy is a high school lad of fifteen: and the thirteen-year- old pri is the harum-scarum type; but definitely!! However quaint and amusing these heretofore mentioned per jonages may be, this story can pot get a.ong successfully without tiie appearances of the old maid Junt of fifty-five who talks and laughs in a high little giggle; the disagreeable funny - looking next door neighbor woman who has a verv long nose, which no doubt sot that way from keeping it poked Ip everybody else's business; and we sweet, unspoiled girl who is the glamourous side of the story ; with the expensive clothes. Tlie other people we also find j most necessary in carrying out j the action in the story are the 1 wutty. good-natured boy of twenty one who falls in love with every girl he meets. Proof of that pud ding is show'n throughout the "'hole story* an^ at the beginning he is the lover of the daughter of the family we mentioned at first; a paunchy, important-looking big business man; the son of the large manufacturer and who always has a twinkle in his eye; a rather for bidden-looking lawyer; and sever al attractive friends of the daugh ter. Since this story is jammed so full of surprises and fun, and be cause it would take me quite a while to relate to you all the hi larious happenings in this tale, I’ve switched my thoughts and I’m going to tell you all about I where and when and how you can see for yourself how this tale ; comes out when you see some of j the people around school portray these characters and bring you the story. The place is the NHHS auditori um and the time is 8 o’clock Fri day night, day after tomorrow, March 14: and as for how — all you are asked to do is to get a ticket from one of the members of the Junior class who will be glad to sell you one. This play, which all of us are sure to find most amusing, is the annual production of the Junior Class and is entitled "Dear Papa!” Shall we take a peek into the program and see about that cast of characters? All reports that have sailed by me have stopped long enough to whisper in my ear that | a very fine group brings this ' three-act comedy on the stage. ■ Playing the part of the dear papa is Malcolm Crawford. Mai- j colm is president of the Junior class, president of the N. C. State Student Council Congress. Student Legislature representative. and fiolds many other commendable positions. As Herman Carr, who devotes all his time towards work- : ing on an invention. Malcolm treads the path of dramatics once again; a path which he has fol lowed since his freshman year at NHHS. Betsy Williams takes the part ; opposite Malcolm as the adored member of the family, Mrs. Carr, the mother. Although she is a newcomer to the high school stage. Betsy plays an excellent part in a very fine way. Betty Britz acts as Laine Carr, the attractive daughter, who is a very likable girl of twenty. Betty is a veteran of dramatics on the Congratulations WILMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL / Here Are Other Champions! SPARKLING NEW SPRING DRESSES $1.29 To $5-95 Every one a winner! Ex pertly styled for the “small fry” and teen-age set. Smart prints, stripes, plaids, checks and solids in chambrays, seersuckers, broadcloth, percales, shan tungs, spuns and sheer fabrics; also a small group of all-white for confirma tion. Sizes 1 to 3, 3 to 6, 7 to 14 Vi Regulars ... 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Mrs. Elvira McDuffie, j the nosy neighbor, is played by Elizabeth Poplin; George Carr and Carol Ruth Carr, the daugh ter and son of the family are played by Cradfor Cantwell and Maysie Watkins; and Mr. Yeates, the lawyer from New York, is played by Douglas Hall. All of these are doing a fine job in act ing and add quite a bit to the hilarity of the play. Sue Boney capably plays the part of Janet Roden, the wealthy friend of Laine’s who comes to visit, while Geraldine Colkitt and Genny Bullard act the parts of Liz Estis and Mickey Strong, re spectively, the two intimate friends of Laine Carr. Ralph Goldstein and Morley Schlessinger round out the well chosen cast as Don Drennen and his father, the big manufacturer, Mr. J.. Caswell Drennen. So you see, after looking at whose bringing you the play and after a wee glance at the story, you can't miss seeing it the tig night!! Of course, the committees are one of the main spokes in play production. We find that the many committees for the junior play have been well-selected and are ready to give you a good perfor mance from their part Friday night. Jimmy Singleton heads the bus iness committee as chairman and serving wit}i him are Mary Shep herd, Joseph Bridgers. Margaret Blake, Elaine Cartier, Billie Jean Smith, Beverly Lennon, ^illa Mae Willetts, Glenn Huffman, and Bev ertly Ann White. The seventh period Speech Arts class is largely responsible for the stage and scenery, aided by Floyd Williams, Elizabeth Roe, Olivia 'Lynch. Carson Boone. Mary Ada jEdgerton. Patty Jackson. Jimmy ! Sutton, and Charlie Smith. Handling the properties are Rosemary Sweeney, Jean Pope, Carl Willis. Betty Lou Lyndon, chairman: Eugenia McCarty, Dor othy Kern, Masie Clemmons. Nell Lee, Florence Sanders, Jane Troy, and Ruth Avery. In charge of the publicity are Ruth Morrison chairman; Leon ard Colley, Fred Babson, Lillian Carr as, Mary Frances Ellers, Mary Elizabeth Allsbrook, Lillian Saleeby, and Pat Davis. Acting as prompters for the play are Ethel Pendleton and Mari anne Mann. The ushers including the NHHS social Marshals, are Billy Berry jhill, Billy Quarles, Poli Barefoot. Barbara Lewis, Jean Bobbitt, and Ralph Huband. Here's wishing the Junior class I much success on their presenta tion of the comedy. And it's up to us to bring that success to the play. So everybody's to gather where the good people meet Friday night in the NHHS auditorium! 1 Soon after the organization of the New York Symphony orches tra. in 1842. a number of German musicians formed a little orches tra in New York on a co-opera live basis. The orchestra was later enlarged and had a re markable success during the six years of its existence as a trav eling orchestra. Menu Idea From the kitchens of Blue Plate Foods . 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WICKS WK“T Kw'HOIi V_II_ > NOTICE OF ELECTION WHEREAS, the Board of Education of New Hanover County, in conformity with Chapter 1060 of the 1945 laws of the State of North Carolina, the same being entitled, “Act to Provide for the Establish ment of a Junior College in New Hanover County, North Carolina”, has requested the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County to call an election, for the purpose of permitting the qualified voters of said County to determine whether there shall be levied and col lected annually a special tax, not exceeding five cent (5c) on the One Hundreds Dollars ($100.00) valuation of property, real and personal, for the purpose of maintaining and equipping a Junior College in New Hanover County, as is provided by said Act; and WHEREAS Section 5, of said Act, gives authority to the Board of Commissioners to submit to the qualified voters the question of levying and collecting such special tax for the purposes aforesaid: NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Commissioners of New Han over County does hereby call an election to be held on Tuesday, March 25th, 1947, between the hours of 6:30 o’clock A. M. and 6:30 o’clock P. M. Eastern Standard Time, on said day. All qualified voters who favor the levying and collecting of said tax shall vote a ballot on which shall be printed or written the words, “FOR COUN TY JUNIOR COLLEGE”, and those opposing shall vote a ballot on which shall be printed or written the words, “AGAINST COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE.” For the purpose of this election, as authorized by said Act, the said Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County do hereby order a new registration, and the following are designated as the polling places for the Townships, Precincts and Wards, and the per sons hereinafter named are appointed as Registrars and Judges of election in said Townships. Precincts and Wards._ WILMINGTON TOWNSHIP — FIRST WARD Fire Station 4th & Campbell Streets Registrar — A. T. Holleman, Jr. 703!i No. 4th St. Judge — Wade A. Jenkins 1010 No. 4th St. Judge — B. Y, Fussell_ 407 Red Cross St. SECOND WARD — 1st Pet. Hemenway School, 210 No. 5th Street Registrar — R. G. Davis 518’2 Grace St. Judge — R. E. Williams, Jr. 207 No. 7th St. Judge — Geo. H. Brinson 406 No. 5th St. SECOND WARD — 2nd Pet. N. H. Court House, Cor. 3rd and Princess Sts. Registrar — W. P. Toon, Jr. 520 Princess St. Judge — H. T. Carroll 305 Market (YMCA) Judge — Louis Goodman_105 No. 6th St._ THIRD WARD — 1st Pet. O'Crowley’s Cleaners, 3th * Princess Sts. Registrar — B. E. Hollis 1102 Grace St. Judge — Geo. H. Cannon 214 No. 7th St. Judge — G. A. Hardwick 16 No, 9th St. _ THIRD WARD — 2nd Pet. « Isaac Bear School, 1210 Market St. Registrar — Mrs. J. B. Williamson 15 So. 8th St. Judge — Mrs. Geo R. McKenzie 808 Dock St. Judge — H. R. Fussell217 So. 8th St. FOURTH WARD Ttleston School, Ann St. Bet. 4th and 5th Registrar — F. L. Mills, Jr. 514 So. 4th St. Judge — R. F. King Cape Fear Apts. Judge — Joseph J. Eiden 609 Ann St. FIFTH WARD — 1st Pet. Fire Station, 5th * Castle Sts. Registrar - Mrs. H. F. Watters 215 Queen St. Judge -W. E. Keen SV&Vtu « Judge — J. H. Meshaw_1510 Castle St. _ FIFTH WARD — 2nd Pet. William Hooper School, 410 Meares St. Registrar — S. W. Ruark 1511 4th St. Judge - Harold K. Chase 165 Pinecrest Pkv Judge - R. a. Britt 11 C, Lake Forest _ SIXTH WARD Sunset Park School, Carolina Beach Highway Registrar — F. D. Steljes 7 No. VanBuren St. Judge — W. G. Hatch. Jr. 23 No. Harrison St. Judge — R. L. Burris _ 2705 Adams St. SS. P.__ SEVENTH WARD — 1st Pet. New Hanover County Hijfh School, (Gymnasium) Princess St. Registrar — J. E. Hearn Judge — P. J- Baschon 210 No. 13th St. Judge — W. K. Gavlor 210 No. 13th St,_ SEVENTH WARD — 2nd Pet. Fire Station, 17th & Dock Sts. Registrar — E V. Hunt, Jr. 54 Hudson Dr _ M Habenlcht 1807 Pender Ave. Judge — W. T. Beck 113 Wrightsville Ave._ EIGHTH WARD — 1st Pet. Chestnut Street School, 2150 Chestnut St. (Gymnasium) Registrar — Parks M. Low 2308 Chestnut St. Judge - J. E. Rose 2204 Princess St Rd. Judge — Mrs. J. A. Scott 114 Kenwood Ave,_ EIGHTH WARP — 2nd Pet. Forest Hills School Bidg., Forest Hills Registrar — H. L. Herren 102 Colonial Village Judge — L. G. Gore 219 Keaton Ave Judge — Mrs. Helen C. Doran 105 Columbia Ave.,_ CAPE FEAR TOW'NSIIIP Wrlghtsboro School, Wrlghtsboro Registrar — Mrs. J. A. Westbrook R. F. D. No. 1 Judge — John A. Westbrook R. F. D. No. 1 Judge — Mrs. Eugene Savage Castle Havne, N. C. _ HARNETT TOWNSHIP — 7 Mile Post Pet. Ogden Filling Station, 7 Mile Post IT. S. 17 _ Registrar — Mrs. Sallv E. Pierce RFD No. 1. Box 202 Tnrlir* •— L A Covil RFD No. 1 Judge — P. b! Willetts RFD No. 1. Box 220_ E. WILMINGTON PCT. ~ Hughes Bros. Fuel Oil Co., 8524 Market St. Registrar — Grover L. Riggs 3522 M^rkeL?t' L.Jirp _ H P Garvie P. O. Box 754 Judge — C. L. Munn__ RFD No. 1, Box 271_ WINTER PARK PCT. Winter Park School, Winter Park Registrar _ HO Thomas RFD No. 2, Winter Park Judge - J L Lantb RFD No. 2. Winter Park Judge - W. C. Long RFD No. 3. Box 264 SEAGATE PCT. Bradley’s Creek School, Seagate Registrar — Mrs. W. C.' Tavlor RFD No. 3. Airlie Judge — Mrs. J. W. Walton RFD No. 3 Judge — Liston Larkins_RFD No. 3 ___ MASONBORO TOWNSmP — Masonboro Pet. Lnmsden Oyster Roast, Whiskey Creek Registrar — Mrs. Rebecca I.umsden RFD No. 2 Judge — P. K. Monford RFD No. 2 Judge — Mrs. Ruth M. Ottowav RFD No. 2__ SOUTH WILMINGTON PCT. Vance Building, Maffitt Village (Gymnasium) Registrar — F. A. Cashwell 205 Vance St. Judge — A. L. Cashwell 209 Vance St. Judge — G. C. Cashwell _ 209 Vance St._ FEDERAL POINT TOWNSHIP - Federal Point, N. C. Robinson's Store, Intersection U. S. 421 & Old Masonboro Rd. Registrar — J. D. Skipper RFD No. 2 Judge — Mrs. J. D. Skipper RFD No. 2 Judge — G. L. Bowden * _RFD No. 2_ CAROLINA BEACH PCT. Town Hall, Carolina Beach Registrar - Percy R. Morton Carolina Beach, N C. Judge — R. V. Eakins. Jr. Carolina Beach, N. C. Judge — Frederick J. Plath_Carolina Beach. N. C._ The registration books of each Township. Precinct and Ward sna | be open for the registration of voters, between the hours of 9 o clock ! A. M. on Saturday the first day of March 194< and shall be closed at sunset on Saturday March 15. 1947^ And on Saturdays March Ist. March 8th and March 15th. 1947. the Registrars shall attend the poll ing places of the respective Townships, Precincts and Waids with the registration books for registration of electors. . _ THE REGISTRARS shall attend the polling places of their 1 own ships. Precincts and Wards, with their registration books, on Satur day the 22nd day of March 1947. between the nours of 9 o clock A M. and 3 o’clock P. M.. when and where said books shall be open to the inspection of the electors of said Townships. Precincts and Wards, and any of said electors shall be allowed to obiect to the names ap pearing on said books. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of New Hanover County, thi3 the 10th day of February. 1947. Addison Hrw]o*f, Chairman. NOTICE OF ELECTION WHEREAS, New Hanover County has on hand the sum of ONT1 HI iNDKEl) THOUSAND DOLLARS ($100,000.00) which is unappro priated, and is available lor the purpose of building, equipping and/or purchasing an institution or sanitarium for the treatment of Tube^ culosis and additions thereto, and for acquisition of lands therefor, which said fund has been set aside and is deposited in the Capital Reserve Fund of New Hanover County, as permitted and authorized by the provisions of Chapter 593 of the Public Laws of 1943 Session of North Carolina, now 153-142 et seq. G. S., and WHEREAS, this Board is desirous of submitting to the voters, of New Hanover County, the question ol withdrawing from said Capital Reserve Fund, a sum not exceeding ONE HUNDRED THOU SAND DOLLARS ($100,000.1)0), for the purposes aforesaid, and WHEREAS, by virtue of G. S. 131-30, the Board of Commissionera ; of New Hanover County have the authority to levy a special annual 1 tax, not to exceed 5c on the One Hundred Dollars (,.$100.00) valuation of property, to be used as funds for the maintenance of a hospital for the care and treatment of persons suffering with the disease known as Tuberculosis, provided that a majority of the qualified voters of the County, give their approval thereto, at an election to be called for that purpose; NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Commissioners of New Han over County do hereby order the withdrawal of a sum not exceeding I One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) from the Capital Reserve ; Fund of New Hanover County aforesaid, for the purpose of securing lands and erecting or altering buildings and equipping same, to be used as a hospital for the treatment of Tuberculosis, provided that the voters of New Hanover County, in a special election to be held as hereinafter provided, give their approval thereto, and to that end the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County do hereby call an election, to be held on Tuesday, March 25, 1947, between the hours of 8:30 o’clock A. M. and 6:30 o’clock P. M. Eastern Standard Time, for the purpose of determining the will of the people of the County whether the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County shall withdraw from the Capital Reserve Fund aforesaid, a sum not exceeding ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($100,000.00) to be used for the purposes aforesaid. At the same election there shall be submitted further, the question, whether the County shall have the right to lew a special annual tax, not to exceed 5c on the One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) valuation of property for the maintenance of said hospital for the treatment of Tuberculosis. All qualified voters who are in favor of the erection, equipping and/or purchase of the hospital aforesaid, and additions thereto, and acquisition of lands therefor, shall vote a ballot upon which shall be printed the yords: “For the order authorizing the withdrawal, from the Capital Reserve Fund of New Hanover County, a sum not exceeding One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00), for the erection, equipping, , am* or purchasing of a hospital for the treatment of persons suffering with the disease known as Tuberculosis, and additions to said hospital and acquisition of lands for the same.” and all qualified voters who oppose the erecting, equipping and/or purchasing of the hospital aforesaid, and additions thereto and acqui sition of lands therefor, shall vote a ballot upon which shall b# printed the words: "Against the order authorizing the withdrawal, from the Capital Reserve Fund of New Hanover County, a sum not exceeding On# Hundred Thousand Dollars (.$100,000.00), for the erection, equipping, and/or purchasing of a hospital for the treatment of persons suffering j with the disease known as Tuberculosis, and additions to said hospital and acquisition of lands for the same.” and all qualified voters who are in favor of levying the special tax aforesaid shall vote a ballot upon Which shall be printed the words: “For the levy of a special annual tax, not exceeding 5c on the One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) valuation of property for the main tenance of a hospital for the treatment of Tuberculosis.” and all qualified voters who oppose the levying of the special tax aforesaid, shall vote a ballot upon which shail be printed the words: “Against the levy of a special annual tax, not exceeding 5c on the One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) valuation of property for the main tenance of a hospital for the treatment of Tuberculosis.” For the purpose of this election as authorized by the Act and Laws aforesaid, the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County do hereby order a new Registration and the following are designated as the polling places for the Townships, Precincts, and Wards and' the persons hereinafter named, are appointed as Registrar# and Judges of election of said Townships, Precincts and Ward#: WILMINGTON TOWNSHIP — FIRST WARD Fire Station 4th & Campbell Streets Registrar — A. T. Holleman, Jr. 703% No. 4th St. Judge — Wade A. Jenkins 1010 No. 4th St" Judge — B, Y, Fusseil 407 Red Cross St. SECOND WARD — 1st Pet. ” Hemenway School, 210 No. 5th Street Registrar — R. G. Davis 518% Grace St. Judge — R. E. Williams, Jr. 207 No. 7th St. Judge — Geo. H. Brinson 406 No. 5th St. ! SECOND WARD — 2nd Pet!! N. H. Court House, Cor. 3rd and Princess 8t». Registrar — W. P. Toon, Jr. 520 Princess St Judge — H. T. Carroll 305 Market fYMCA) ! Judge — Louis Goodman 105 No. 6th St. THIRD WARD — 1st Pet O’CrowIev’s Cleaners, 8th & Princess Sts. Registrar — B. E. Hollis 1102 Grace St. Judge — Geo. H. Cannon 214 No. 7t.h St. Judge — G, A. Hardwick 16 No. 9th St. THIRD WARD — 2nd Pet. Isaac Bear School, 1210 Market St. Registrar — Mrs. J. B. Williamson 15 So. 8th St. Judge — Mrs. Geo. R. McKenzie 808 Dock St. Judge — H. R. Fusseil 217 So. 8th St. FOF RTH WARD Tileston School, Ann St. Bet. 4th and 8th Registrar — F. L. Mills, Jr. 514 So. 4th St. Judge — R. F. King Cape Fear Apt*. Judge — Joseph J. Eiden 609 Ann St. FIFTH WARD — 1st Pet. , Fire Station, 6th & Castle Sts. Registrar — Mrs. H. F. Watters 215 Queen St. Judge — W. E. Keen 605 Queen St. Judge — J. H. Meshaw 1510 Castle St. | FIFTH WAR O — 2nd Pet. ”• William Hooper School, 410 Meares St. * Registrar — S. W. Ruark 1511 S. 4th St. Judge — Harold K. Chase 165 Pin^crest Pkv. Judge — R. A. Britt 11 C. Lake Forest \ SIXTH WARD • Sunset Park School, Carolina Beach .Highway Registrar — F. D. Steljes 7 No. VanBuren St. Judge — W. G. Hatch, Jr. 23 No. Harrison St. 1 Judge — R. L. Burris 2705 Adams St. SS. SEVENTH WARD — 1st Pet. ' New Hanover County High School, (Gymnasinm) Princess St. Registrar — J. E. Hearn 1811 Grace St. Judge — P. J. Baschon 208 No. 13th St. Judge — W. K. Gaylor 208 No. 13th St. SEVENTH WARD — 2nd Pet. Fire Station, 17th & Dock Sts. Registrar — E. V. Hunt, Jr. 54 Hudson Dr. Judge — H. Habenicht 1907 Pender Ave. Judge — W. T. Beck 113 Wrightsville Av*. EIGHTH WARD — 1st Pet. Chestnut Street School, 2150 Chestnut St. (Gymnasinm) Registrar — Parks M. Low 2308 Chestnut St. Judge — J. E. Rose 2204 Princess St. Rd. Judge — Mrs. J. A Scott 114 Kenwood Ave, EIGHTH WARD — 2nd Pet. Forest Hills School Bldg., Forest Hills Registrar — H. L. Herren 102 Colonial Village Judge — L. G. Gore 219 Keaton Ave. Judge — Mrs. Helen C. Doran 105 Columbia Avg.._ CAI'E FEAR TOWNSHIP Wrightsboro School, Wrightsboro Registrar — Mrs. J. A. Westbrook R. F. D. No. 1 Judge — John A. Westbrook R. F. D. No. 1 Judge — Mrs. Eugene Savage Castle Havne. N. C._ HARNETT TOWNSHIP — 7 Mile Post Pot. Ogden Filling Station, 7 Mile Post U. S. 17 Registrar — Mrs. Sallv E. Pierce RFD No. 1, Box 206 Judge — L. A. Covil RFD No. 1 Judge — P. B. WillettsRFD No. 1, Box 220__ E. WILMINGTON PCT. Hnghes Bros. Fuel Oil Co.. 3524 Market 8t. Registrar — Grover L. Riggs 3522 Market St. Judge — H. P. Garvie P. O. Box 754 Judge — C. L. Munn RFD No. 1. Box 271__ WINTER PARK PCT. Winter Park School, Winter Park Registrar — H. O. Thomas RFD No. 2, Winter Park Judge — J L. Lamb RFD No. 2, Winter Park Judge — W. C. Long RFD No. 3. Box 264_ SEAGATE PCT. Bradley’s Creek School, Seagate Registrar — Mrs. IV. C. Taylor RFD No. 3, Airlla Judge — Mrs. J. W. Walton RFD No. 3 Judge — Liston Larkins RFD No. 3_ MASONBORO TOWNSHIP — Masonboro Pet. Lumsden Oyster Roast, Whiskey Creek Registrar — Mrs. Rebecca Lumsden RFD No. 2 Judge — P. K. Monford RFD No. 2 Judge — Mrs. Ruth M. Ottoway RFD No. 2__ SOUTH WILMINGTON PCT. Vance Building, Maffitt Village (Gymnasium) Registrar — F. A. Cashwell 205 Vance St. Judge — A. L Cashwell 209 Vance St. Judge — G. C. Cashwell_ 209 Vance St.__ FEDERAL POINT TOWNSHIP — Federal Point, N. C. Robinson’s Store, Intersection U. S. 421 & Old Masonboro ltd. Registrar — J. D. Skinner RFD No. 2 Judge — Mrs. J. D. Skipner RFD No. 2 Judge — C. L. Bowden RFD No, 2__ CAROLINA BEACH PCT. Town Hall, Carolina Beach Registrar — Percv R. Morton Carolina Beach, N. C. Judge — R. V. Eakins. Jr. Carolina Beach, N. C. Judge — Frederick J. Piath Camlina Beach. N, C. The registration books of each Township, Precinct and Ward, shall be open for the registration of voters between the hours of 9 o’clock A M on Saturday the first dav of March 1947 and shall be closed at sunset on Saturday, March 15. 1947. and on Saturdays, March 1st, March 8th and March 15th, 1947, the Registrars shall attend the polling places of the respective Townships, Precincts and Wards, with the registration books, for the registration of electors. The Registrars shall attend the polling places of their Townships, Precincts and Wards, with their registrations books, on Saturday, th« 22nd dav of March 1947. between the hours of 9 o’clock A. M. and S o’clock P. M.. when and where the said books shall be open to the inspection of the electors of said Townships. Precincts and Wards and anv of said electors shall be allowed to object to the names appear . ing on said books. By order 'of the Board of County Commissioners of New Hanover 1 County, this the 10th day of February 1947 | ADDISON HEWLETT, Chairman.