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THE BEAUFORT NEWS BEAUFORT, N. C.
Thursday, June 17, 1937
Realm of Womeni
Mr. J. C. Webb and children, John
ciuy anu vugmia " -
for Chapel Hill after visiting Mr.
Webb s sister Mrs. Utis Joore neru
for several days
Vistiing in Beaufort Wednesday
were Mrs. D. F. Maasi3, Miss E. W.
Haasis and Miss D. W. Haasis of
Knoxville, Tenn. They have been
coming here for summer vacations
for many years. This time they are
stopping at Hotel Atlantic Beach.
Mr. D. W. Morton sailed today a
board a Seashore Transportation bus
for Raleigh where he goes on bus
iness. Mr. Joha L. Bankhead, nephew of
Speaker of the House of Represen
tatives is a business visitor in Beau
fort today. A native of Alabama,
Mr. Bankhead is now living in Wash
ington. He was accompanied to
Beaufort by John D. Harding.
Mrs. Minnie Piver of Greenville
was in Beaufort Sunday and Mon
day attending the funeral of her
grandson George Vernon Piver, Jr.
Lieutenar.t Lester Jones and Mrs.
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piver of
Greenville were in town Monday at
tending the funeral services of their
nephew George Vernon Piver Jr.
Mr. A. h. iNance of Cincinnati
left Friday after spending several
days here with relatives. Mrs. Nance
and son Frank will remain here sev
eral weeks vistiing Mrs. Nance's par
ents Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Willis.
Mr. Paul D. Cook of New York is
here visiting his family.
Miss Charlotte Perkins of Green
ville is visiting her sister Mrs. Robert
Mrs. James Stewart and baby
are spending today in New Bern.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wadsworth of
New Bern spent several days this
week as guests of Mrs. W. A. Mace.
Miss Elva Salter was a week end
visitor in Edenton.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Jones and
little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Al
vin Harris returned Monday from
Norfolk They were accompanied
home by Mrs. L. C. Halby, niece of
Mrs. Roy Eubanks who has been
visiting relatives in Raleigh return
ed home Monday.
Capt. Charlie Hatsell who has
been receiving treatment at the Ma
rine hospital in Norfolk returned
home this week much miproved.
Lieut, and Mrs. Ernest Davis and
daughter who have been living in the
Hawaiian Islands for several years
where Lieut. Davis was stationed,
are here on a visit to Mrs. Davis'
mother Mrs. Gertrude Hancock.
Mrs. Walter Stansbury of Golds
boro is spending a few days here
Mrs. W. K. Hinnant.
Capt Buck Parkin and Mr. Paul
Jones motored to Hopewell, Va.,
Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Frederick Morrison of Char
lottesville, Va., is here on a visit to
her mother Mrs. Gertrude Hancock.
Mr. J. E. Briglin of Fort Myfrs,
Fla., is visiting here this week in in
terest of certain produce farming
Lt. and Mrs. E. J. Davis and daugh
ter Laura of Honolulu, Hawaii, are
spending a vacation ni Beaufort their
former home. The Davises have lived
in the Hawaiian Islands for the past
Mrs. Fred Morrison of Lynchburg,
Va., arrived this week to visit her
mother Mrs. Gertrude Hancock.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinsey of Ft.
Myers. Fla., are spending thei rvaca
tion in Beaufort They have taken
the Chadoin Sarleton apartments for
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Way of Rocky
Mount spent last week-end in Beau
fort at the home of his mother Mrs.
Miss Charlotte Perkins of Green
ville is visiting her sister Mrs. Bob
Friends of Mrs. N. W. Taylor will
be glad to learn that she is much rm
proved since her recent accident
Robert Hill Jr.. and Lucille Thorn
as are attendants at the Hill-Gray
Wedding Tuesday. ,
Mrs. John Brooks, Mrs. W. H.
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and Mrs. R. Hugh Hill attended the
mii-uray weuaing mesuay ai w
Grange, N. C.
The marriage of Miss Alma Potter
and Mr. William Duke Howard was
solemnized on Saturday afternoon,
June 5, at Ann Street Methodist
church here with the Rev. R. F.
Munns of Clinton officiating, assist
ed by Rev. C. T. Rogers of the lo
cal church. The ring ceremony was
used. Effective decorations of palms,
asparagus ferns and plumosa formed
the background for the chancel ar
rangement of white Gladiolus and
lighted tapers; the choir and altar
rails were twined with ivy and South
ern smilax while floor baskets filled
with Easter lilies and flanked by
several branched standards with
burning tapers completed the very
Prior to the ceremony Miss Ruth
Lewis rendered the following selec
tions: "To the Evening Star'" from
Tannhauser, Wagner. "Traumerie"'
Schumann. "Ah! Sweet Mysteries of
Life;" Shubert's "Serenade" while
Mr. Jack Humphrey sang "I Love
You Truly," and "Your Song from
Paradise." The conventional wedding
marches were used as processional?
Preceding the bride to the altar
were Ann D. Webb and Nancy Duf
fy "Russell. They were beautifully
dressed in gowns of ruffled yellow
and blue organdies and carried lod
fashioned nosegays of mixed flowers.
The bride's only attendant was her
sister Miss Sara Potter, who was
dressed in Wallis blue silk crepe with
Eton effect and rhinestone buttons
trimmed turban and accessories of
Navy. She carried an arm boquet of
pink gladiolus tied with pink tulle.
The bride wore a two piece gown
beige romance crepe, laced trimmed
with accents of Delmonett. The tur
ban and all accessories were of match
ing shades of navy. Her corsage was
Talisman roses showered with valley
lillies. The groom entered with his
best man. Robert Hubbard. Ushers'
were Jack Roberts, Benard Leary
and James and Edward Potter.
The bride's mother wore a gown
of aqua marine crepe with a should
er corsage of sweet peas, while the
mother of the groom wore a semi
tailored model of dark blue crepe
with a corsage of pink roses. Immed
iately after the ceremony the young
couple left for Chicago and other
middle western cities where they
planned to spend two weeks or long
er. Mrs. Howard is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Potter of Beau
fort. She is a graduate of the high
school here and later attended Fred
ericksburg College, Fredericksburg,
Vo., For the past several months she
has held on important position with
the A and N. C. Railroad in More
Mr. Howard is the son of the late
W. B. Howard and Mrs. Howard of
Morrisville. He has also been con
nected with the A and N. C. Railroad
in Morehead City.
A large number of out of town
guests were present for this wedding
which joined together two of the
most popular of Carteret's yunger
Harry Hendrix Jr. Is
Given Excellent Job
Friends of Mr. Harry Hendrix Jr.,
will be happy to learn that he has
recently become associated with the
Hardware Casualty Life Insurance
Company in Dallas, Texas, where he
holds a very responsible position.
This insurance organization is one
of the lareest in the west. Young Mr.
Hendrix was selected from 48 com-
peteting applicants. He is employed
in the auditing department.
Mark Twain Classic
At Beaufort Theatre
Mark Twain's classic, the Prince
and the Pauper has been brought to
the screen in magnificient style. It
will be shown at The Beaufort
Theatre on Thursday and Friday
June 24 and 25.
Graced with inspired production
and with a cunning eye turned to
forthcoming events in England, the
picture is a timely as tomorrow's
newspaper and interesting enough to
make the kids swap machine guns
with swashbucking performance as
the insouciant (the editor does not
know the meaning of world either,
Miles Hendon and Montagu Love's
Henry VIII ranks among the best
portraits of fhat oft-limed individ
uals. Claude Rains, Henry Steph
ensen, Alan Hale and others give
enthuisiastic and forceful support It
is a show that you will appreciate
Brings Students Here
4 M - A
DR. A. O. SHAFTESBURY
Dr. A. 0. Shaftesbury, professor
of science at Woman's College of
the University of North Carolina in
Greensboro arrived in Beaufort
this week with a group of students
who will do marine biological re
search work at the Woman's College
Laboratory at Beaufort Community
Center during the next several days.
In the group which arrived on Tues
day were Misses Dorothy Bell, Mar
ion Fisher and Elizabeth Anderson.
In addition to the facilities offered at
their Beaufort Community Center
Laboratory, the group will also be
privileged to study at the U. S.
Fisheries Laboratory on Pivers Is
land. CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our deep appre
ciation to our many friends and
neighbors for their services render
ed during the illness and death of
our son. Also for the lovely floral de
signs. Mr. & Mrs. George Vernon Piver.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of the late Mrs. John
N. Rumley wish to express their sin
cere thanks to the Rev. E. C. Mc
Connell and the choir of t:. Fr-i's
Episcopal church for the services
and beautiful music rendered dur
ing the funercl and burial of the
John N. Rumley and
Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Davis,
Marshallberg, at Potters Emergency
Hosptial, on June 11, a daughter.
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day, but developments in Washing
ton, relative to his District made it
impossible for him to attend. This in
formation was received by The Beau
fort News in a wire from the Con
gressman early today.
Mrs. Estelle T. Smith, District a
gent explained to The Beaufort News
that the 12th District is part of the
Southeastern home demonstration dis
trict, composed of 20 counties, which
has 267 women's home demonstra
tion clubs with a membership of
6,875 and 206 4-H clubs with a
membership of 6,404 girls. Sixteen
of the 20 counties in the District
also have 4-H Service Clubs, organ
izations for the older rural boys and
girls. There are approximately 700
members in these Service clubs.
Todays gathering at Atlantic
Beach was the sixth annuel meeting
of the 12th District of the N. C. Fed
eration of Home Demonstration
Clubs. It was the third annual meet
ing for the 4-H club members.
and long remember. .and one that
you are advised to see if you are in
terested in super-productions of the
Circle No. 1 of the Missionary
Society of Ann St. M. E. Church will
meet with Mrs. Carl Gaskill Monday,
Every member please be present.
We have moved to the building formerly
I. N. MOORE GROCERY CO.
(Across Street from Felton's)
YOUR SHOE REPAIR BUSINESS
Biggs Shoe Shop
The program got underway at
H:30 o'clock with Mrs. Marvin Ald
ricijre, district chairman presiding,
and the opening song "America."
This song was followed by the Col
lect of Club Women of America. Six
counties, Carteret, Craven, Jones,
Pamlico, Lenoir and Onslow com
prise the 12th District. Each year
one of the six counties is Hostess
County to the annual gathering.
This year it was Onslow and Mrs. N.
A. Burton, of Jacksonville, and pres
ident of the clubs of that county
gave an address of welcome, follow
ed by a similar address of welcome
from J. D. Shaw, ehariman of the
Onslow Board of County commis
sioners. Mrs. Grace Banks of Jones
county delivered the response to
these addresses of welcome.
Following the greetings, the Len
oir County chorus directed by Mrs.
T. B. Moseley, presented a song. Mrs.
B. L. Taylor, district secretary read
the minutes which was followed by
committee appointments. Roll call
and reports were given by Mrs. S. E.
Hayne, Carteret; Mrs. J. L. Ipock
Craven; Mrs. B. C. Brown, Jones;
Mrs. Herman Johnson, Lenoir; Mrs.
N. A. Burton, Onslow and Mrs. E.
J. Harris, Pamlico. Mrs. Estelle T.
Smith presented the various visitors.
Following the committee reports and
announcements by Miss Helen Carle
ton, of Onslow and a song by the
Jones County chorus directed by
Mrs. E. L. Page, conductor of the
sixth annual meet came to a close.
The younger people who make up
the membership of 12th District 4-H
clubs were just as enthusiastic with
their meeting as the home club mem
bers present. The program of the 4-H
Mrs. Gerrard Hardy, president,
presided and the meeting was open
ed with the song "America," follow
ed by the 4-H Pledge. Welcoming
the delegates was Travis Rawls of
In Some Good Prop
osition $500 and
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yoa to offer?
Write only: Beaufort
Wm. H. BAILEY
Beaufort M. City
ROOMS and BOARD
(Formerly the Dey Home- Front St.)
DIRECTLY ON THE
For Particular See
MRS. HENRY B. JONES
BEAUFORT, N. C.
Onslow county with the response
by Mary Booth of Jones county.
Grace Dixon, Craven county, and
district secretary read the minutes,
followed by the appointment of com
mittees. Following committee ap
pointments the group sang 'Home on
Greetings were delivered by Miss
Ruth Current, state home agent of
Raleigh and her address was follow
ed by the song "Dreaming." Follow
ing this song, roll call and reports
were given by the following. Marvin
Weeks, president 4-H Federation and
Miss Annie D. Foreman, president
of the Service club of Carteret coun
ty; Miss Grace Pember, president of
4-H Service club and Edward Mat
thews, president 4-H Federation of
Craven county; Miss Dorothy Banks,
president 4-H Federatino and Miss
Martha Parker, president Service
club of Jones county; Miss Edna
Rouse, president 4-H Federation
and Miss Mayme Whitfield president
Service club Lenoir county; Bobbie
Leslie, president 4-H Federation and
Friday and Sat., June 18-1 9th
BOB STEELE in
"The Trusted Outlaw"
Monday, June 21
Glorious Anna Neagel Dances
Her Way to Fame in
Tuesday and Wednesday
June 22 and 23rd.
A Good tSory A Little Mystery, A
Fine Romance, A Lot of Laughs. Mix
Them Together and You Have
DRUGS, SODA, CANDIES AND
YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
JOE HOUSE Drug Store
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
DAY PHONES NITE PHONE
Thursday, June 17th
AMusical Battle that will Rock
you with Laughter.
James Melton and Patricia Ellis in
'MELODY FOR TWO'
Friday, June 18th
Another Big Comedy with
Saturday, une 19th
Charles Starrett in
Paul Kelly and George McKay in
Mi?s Thelma Dawson, president Ser
vice club of Onslow county and H. B.
Briggs, president 4-H Federation of
Following these reports the group
sang "The Song of the Open Coun
try." Mrs. Estelle T. Smith present
ed the guests during the 4-H meet
ing. This was followed by the report
of committees and adjournment.
Still Fishing for Trout, Croak
ers, Sea Mullets in Core Sound
Aboard Party Boat
For Reservations: Write, wire or
MARSHALLBERG, N. C.
( 15 miles east of Beaufort Paved
Road All The Way)
"Jim Henry, Detective"
with Guy Kibbe, Tom Brown, Lucie
Thursday, June 24
Conrad Nagel in the exciting
"Tale of Two Cities"
"Man in The Mirror"
"Servant of The People"
The most important short subject
ever seen on the American Stage.
THURSDAY OF THIS WEEK
Sunday & Monday
June 21st and 22nd
A great triple-threat comedy ro
Claudette Colbert, Robert Young
and Melvyn Douglas in
"I Met Him In Paris"
Tuesday, June 22nd
Alan Mowbray and Martha Sleeper
"Four Days Wonder"
Wednesday, June 23rd
BANK NIGHT $60.00
Ralph Bellamy and Ida Lupino
"Let's Get Married"
Thurs. and Fri. June 24 & 25th
They looked alike . . . Yet one was a
Prince . . . the other a Beggar.
Errol Flynn, Claude Rains and The
Mauch Twins in
"The Prince and the