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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pake
June 9th a son name Charlie Lester
Jr.. (at home).
Mr. Harvey Daniels, Mrs. James
Willis, Miss Catherine Boyd, Miss
Lettie I'ake, Mrs. Larrie Runnings
and baby spent a short while at At
lantic Beach Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Nacy Barker and
baby son of Oriental are spending a
few days here with Mrs. Barker's
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Simpson and
children visited relatives at Smyrna
Mrs. Jack Parkin and daughter
Mrs. Numan Lewis and Numan Jr.,
visited Mrs. Charlie Pake last Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Simpson
were visitors here Sunday.
Mrs. Sophia Lupton and Miss Cal
lie Lupton visited friends at More
head City Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie Lewis of South River
is visiting her sister Mrs. Charlie
Miss Jackie Simpson spent Tues-
day with Moira Paks.
Mrs. Charlie Lewis was called to
South River last week on account
of the death of her uncle Mr. Nacy
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Goodwin are
visiting relatives at Cedar Island.
An enjoyable birthday party was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Goodwin in honor of the birth
day of their granddaughter Mary
Catherine. Many games were played
after which the guests were served
cake and lemonade and all departed
having spent an enjoyable hour.
Mrs. Doy Dickinson and children
of Bridgeton spent last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dickinson.
Mrs. G. M. Sabiston who has been
very ill with pneumonia for some
time is slowing improving.
Mr. Douglas Sabiston and two
lady friends from South Carolina
spent Sunday at the home of his
parents Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sabis
ton. Mrs. Kate E. Gooding spent Satur
day at Beaufort trading and visiting.
Mr. and rMs. Ivey Eubanks and
small son of Beaufort spent Sunday
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mr. Doy Dickinson of Bridgeton
spent the week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dickinson.
Mr. and Mrs. North Sabiston and
son Malcolm spent the week end at
Atlantic with her parents Mr. and
Mr. Cecil Langdale of Beaufort
spent the week end with his mother
Mrs. G. C. Langdale.
Mr. Primrose Gooding and son
Robbie of North River spent Mon
day night and Tuesday with his
mother, Mrs. Kate E. Gooding.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Sabiston were
in Beaufort a short while Sunday af
ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dickinson and
children motored to the beach Sun
Mrs. J. H. Dickinson and daughter
Miss Marguerite were visitors at
Beaufort Saturday evening.
Mrs. E. C. Dickinson and daugh
ter Lula Bell spent Sunday at Har
lowe. Mrs. T. P. Tosto of Beaufort
spent Monday with her mother.
,. . RUSSEL CREEK .
We had quite a surprise Sunday
afternoon when church hour arrived
to find that several preachers were
present. Rev. B. F. Ringold preached
his father, Rev. Ringgold opened the
service and gave a nice talk. After
the sermon was over Rev. Mack
Preskett cam in, his first visit here,
and was invited to talk. He gave a
grand talk. Afterwards Mr. Jimmy
Lee Merrill gave a talk. Everyone
who attended services Sunday after
noon were glad they went and those
who stayed away do not know what
We are all indeed sorry that Miss
Mary Anderson has had to go to
Durham for an operation. We all sin
cerely hope she will get along fine
and our best of wishes are for her.
The Women's Home Demonstra
tion club has been changed from last
Monday to next Tuesday afternoon
June 22. The club will meet with
Mrs. C. S. Rogers att wo o'clock.
Every member is urged to be pres
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lupton of
North River spent Sunday after
noon in this community visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hardy of Cali
fornia have been spending week
with Mr. Hardy's seiter, Mrs. C. S.
reach The News office each
is not represented write us for
Mr. and Mis. C. F. Garner and
family motored to Swansboro Sun
Mrs. Sarah Whitehuist has return
ed home and Mrs. G. R. Russell uc
companied her. Mrs. Whitehurst has
been very ill, we sincerely hope she
is much improved by this time.
Miss Georgia Cuthrell spent Sun
day with Miss Ruby Dail.
James W. Taylor son of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Taylor was called by wire
today to Chester, Pa. to accept a po
sition with his uncle, Capt. J. L. Da
vis on yacht Enchantress III. Mr.
Taylor will probably be in port here
Christmas enroute to Florida. We
all wish him much success in his new
Ant Control Requires
More Than One Poison
RALEIGH, June 16 Ants become
a constant annoyance at this seas
on of the year because of the dam
age they do to- lawns and flower
beds and because of their presence
in the kitchen and pantry.
Because there are about 95 kinds
of ants known in North Carolina,
their control is a difficult problem.
What is effective against one kind of
ant is not always effective against
Dr. Z. P. Metcalf, head of the de
partment of zoology and entomolo
gy at State College, recommends
that the insects be destroyed in
their nests. If they occure in lawns
or in rotten logs, the ants may be
eradicated by using calcium cyanide
or carbon disulphide.
Calcium cyanide is a deadly pois
on, but may be handled out-of-doors
by any resonsible person. It should
be scattered over the nests at the
rate of about two ounces per square
foot and then worked into the soil
with a trowel.
Carbon disulphide, being more ex
plosive than gasoline, should also
be handled carefully. To use this
compound, make small holes with a
pointed stick to a depth of half a
foot or more and pour in about a
teaspoonful of the liquid in each
hole. The holes should not be over
a half foot apart.
Some ants are attracted by sweets
and others by fats, Dr. Metcalf points
out. To make a sweet bait, boil to
gether one pound of sugar, one pint
of water, and 125 grains of arsenate
of soda until the mixture is thor
oughly dissolved. Then add one table
spoon of honey.
To make a bait for those ants
which prefer fatty foods, mix to
gether one pound of bacon fryings
and one ounce of tartar emetic.
Keep all baits out of the reach of
children and irresponsible persons,
Dr. Metcalf warns.
Coolest Dining Room
On Coast Is Opened
The Jewel Dining room adjacent
to Hotel Fort Macon in Morehead
City and conected with Hotel Fort
Macon dining room has been opened
for the season under the personal
management of Louis Sarantis, a res
tauranteur of Norfolk with 25 years
experience in operating fine places to
eat. The latest model electric fans
have been installed in the dining
room. These fans operated in a re
verse motion, causing a constant
flow of fresh air, without any wind
blowing directly on the patrons.
Seafood, deliciously cooked, is fea
tured on the dining room menus. Up
to 125 persons can be served in the
dining room at one time, making it
the largest, inaddition to being the
The Most Exacting
Demands for Beauty
We are ever on the alert
to improve our service.
Thru the journals of our
Erof ession, and thru mem
ership in state and na
tional associations, w e
keep abreast of the latest
developments in mortu
ary work. This means that
the people we serve re
ceive the advantages of
new ideas and discoveries
as soon as they are avail
able to residents of the
largest communities. We
always aim to keep pace
with progress in making
funeral rites just as beau
tiful and impressive as
Night 375-8 Day 375-1
Adair & Rice
BEAUFORT, N. C
H-m I I 1 I I 1 I I I H H H' 'M
THE BEAUFORT NEWS
Toledo Gets Priceless Madonna
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The Adoration of the Child, regarded as one of thi firest Ifaliar
paintings in America, recently acquired by the Toledo Lv.'.scuin of Art
is pictured above. It came as a gift of the museum's four.rler. Edwarc
Drummond Libbey. This famous masterpiece, the work of Plero d
Sosimo, a Fifteenth-century artist, is supposed to have teen painted foi
Lorenzo de Medici, patron of the arts in the Renaissance.
coolest and most modern place of its
Radio Talks Help
RALEIGH, June 16 Rural listen
ers continue to find helpful informa
tion in the weekly radio talks present
ed by specialists of the State Col
lege Poultry Department on the Car
olina Farm Features program.
Each Friday a representative of
the department prepares timely in
formation for those who take part in
one of the State's largest agricultur
Poultry is not confined to tho
farm, as many town people keep
chickens in their back yards. These
growers, too are receiving the sug
gestions of the State College spec
ialists. Cuiling layers is an important
topic at this season of the year. Dr.
Roy S. Dearstyne, head of the poul
try department, will give advice on
culling in a radio talk Friday, June
Keeping unprofitable layers in the
flock eats into profits, and is an un
wise practice, Dr. Dearstyne says.
The quicker a grower gets rid of
these birds, the better will be his
chances for profit. Reduced produc
tion costs raise the annual income.
The Carolina Farm Features sched
ule in full for the week of June 14
19 follows: Monday, Dr. Frank
Sherwood, "Iron in Food;" Tuesday,
Dr. . F . Menius
Now located in New Offices
Phone 620 New Bern
Don't Let Others Fool
Come and See for Yourself
We Give the Best Money
Next to Post Office
Dr. W. S. Chadwick
Medicine & Surgery
Of fie Honrs
9 to 12M 3 to 5 P. M.
and by Appointment
Office in Potter Building oppoiU
Office Phone 424-1 Re. 372-1
At First- Citizens Bank
BEAUFORT, N. C.
O. H. Johnson. M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Morehead City 9 to 12 A. M.
Beaufort 2 to 5 P. M.
BEAUFORT, N. C.
i M. E. Gardner, "Timely Gar Jen Sug
gestions;" Wednesday, S. L. Clem
ent, "Japanese Tobacco Production
Inerea.Mng and Imports Decreasing;''
Thursday, Miss Mamie Whisnant,
"Furnishing the Faim Home;" Fri
day, Dr. Roy S. Dearstyne, "Layers
Out or Sell" Out?Incdaof-eEEEES8
Cull Out or Sell Out?" and Satur
day, Alamance Cotinty ?-H Club
Puts Grower On Feet
RALEIGH, June 1C Reducing a
ffi,."P0 mortjrajre- fi his farm to
in four yenr through intflli
gent list' df his ki;vl is t'.cs to.-y tol-j
Liquid, Tabitts 6rst day
Salve, Note Drops Headache 30 min.
Try "Rub-My.Tism".World's Best
life Ste OtaP m&fy !ghaZ
Coolin off on Wall. Front Porch! 1 0
WsJly Potter says Oar Family's Whiskey has got such C
a grand taste to h, he likes to make it last So Wally S8-"
always take a little in a big glass, and then fills it clear J-w..,,
up to the brim iwith water! Harry E.Wilken IWSfc
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For when youre wanting
mild and extra tasty
there's nothing quite like
our personal recipe!
Maybe it's the special mildness Our
Family's Whiskey has got to it
maybe that's why a nice long drink
of it with chunks of ice tinkling in the
glass seems to be so extra cool when
you're feeling the heat pouring down.
You'd go a long ways to find any.
thing so tasty and welcome on a
warm June afternoon or evening. It's
Copr. 1937, The Wltken Fomily, Inc, Aladdin, Po. Excutiv offices, N. Y.C The Wilken Family Blended
i- Proof-rt' traight whiskies in this product ore 15 monthi or more old. 25 straight whls-
hesi 75 gram neutral spirits. 2035 straight whiskey 15 months old, 5 straight whiskey 4 yeort old
l.v r.n eiirbt-mule f aimer 't Halifax
CVunty to W. O. I'avK farm agent
of the State College Extension Ser
vice. Asking tlr.it his mime in' withheld,
the grower told how he nii.-e.l noth
ing but cotton, tobac.-o, ami peanuts
before K'32. I'.eing a money crop
fai hut only, he bought ail foo l ami
feed for himself, his tenant.-, ami his
A Si'.."00 mortgage held by a Bank
in Halifax blanket j1 l'aim when that
bank c'.ose.l. The note was sold t:
another bank whL'.i tailed for pay
ments. All the farmer had left was
one bale of cotton. This he sold for
$li.:i5 whieh he gave as r.n inter
When the A A A program was
started in 1 3 -i , this farmer balked
at the provisions but finally was
forced to come in under the act.
However, once he signed he follow
ed thep nigrum to the letter from
I'.i'A.l to the present time.
By following the program and
raising more food and feedstuff and
Edgar S. Weaver
Pe. D. PH. MS. D.
Specializes on Functional and Or
ganic Incurable Diseases and Proo
lems of the Mind.
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
EOX 563 BEAUFOR, N. C.
b i in
the personal recipe of us Wilkens
and we've been a family of whiskey
making people as far back as anybody
can recollect. You sure will be doing
yourself a mighty good turn when
you try The Wilken Family Whis-key-and
that's a fact'
Thursday, June 17, 1937
less of the money crops, he has been
able to reduce his note at the bank
from ?f,,r.00 to 325.
At the beginning i f the present
crop y-'a,' 11 xvas n&t necessary that
he borrow money to finance his
jlaTiting, Davis declared.
He has plenty of corn and fee J
for himself and his live tenants and
it looking forward to another pros
Fiom being a critic of the farm
program, he has changed to one of
its most enthusiastic supporters.
Agent Davis says this farmer recent
!y came to him greatly distressed be
cause he had heard reports that the
program would be discontinued.
D. W. MORTON
Fire and Casualty Insurance
BEAUFORT. N. C.
Day or Night
BELL & JAMES
7th & Bridges Sts
Phone M 448-1
MOREHEAD CITY, N. C.
Dr. Clifford W. Lewis
Office Tel. 442-1 Res. 347-1
9 a. m to 12 M. & 2 to 5 p. m.
NIGHT BY APPOINTMMENT
BEAUFORT, N. C.