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The Beaufort news. (Beaufort, N.C.) 1912-1948, August 21, 1941, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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Thursday, , Aug. 21, 1941 THE BEAUFORT NEWS BEAUFORT, N. C. PAGE FIVE Post Office At Ocracoke Today Is In Big Ike O'Neal's Store MRS. TAYLOR AT M. CITY HOSPITAL Mrs. William H. Taylor of RFD, daughter Elizabeth, of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Arrington was operated on Monday at Morehead City hos pital for appendicitis and is doing fine. MRS. KATTIE PARKIN CONTINUES ILL The friends of Mrs. Hattie Par kin will regret to learn that sh? continues very ill at her home. Mrs. Parkin has been confined to her room for the past five weeks. octal anh fbrsnnal Dial 448-1 CARD OF APPRECIATION ' " ' i ITS A GAY OLD WUKUJ It's a pay old world when yu're gay And a glad old world when you're glad But whether you play 0r go toiling away It's a sad old world when you're sad. It's a grand oW world if you're great And a mean old world if you're small; jfB a world full of hate For the foolish who prate Of the uselessness of it all. Ifj, a beautiful world to see Or it's dismal in every zone. The thing it must bt In its gloom or in its glee Depends on yourself alone. Anonymous. Miss Hilda Gillikin is visiting her classmate, Miss Jerrie Thomas, of Columbia, . U o Mis. W. E. Adair and son, Ju lius, are spending this week in Er vin'with her son, Dr. and Mrs. W. r A flair. Thev will attend the pageant. "Lost Loiony before they return. at Manteo Prof, and Mrs. R. L. Fritz and daughter, Emily Jene, of Hudson, who have been spending their va vation here, left Tuesday for Man teo wnere they will spend several clays there before returning home. o Mi', and Mrs. Joe Allen have re turned from St. Paul's. Mrs. Allen j a recent bride. Mr. Allen is con nected with the FSA and will make their home at the Ann Street Inn for the present. Howard Hill, of Washington City, was called home this week on account of the illness of his mother, Mrs. Lon Hill, who con tinues ill. o Mrs. Zion Mason has returned from Norfolk where she has been several weeks. Jerry Darlings spent Sunday in New Bern with his brother, Wil liam, who has recently moved there. - Mis. James H. Garrish. who was a patient at Potters Emergency hospital, was discharged Monday and returned to her home at Oc racoke. Her sister, Mrs. Ben Gar rish accompanied her home. o Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Willis at tended the "Lost Colony" at Man teo last Wednesday. Charlie Radcliffe, of Greenville, spent the weekend here with his brother. o Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Martin of Mt. Olive were the weekend guests of his sister, Mrs. Robert Tillett. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Dickinson and son, Clifton, and Mrs. Elva Hatsell spent Saturday afternoon in New Bern with Mrs. Dickinson's sifter, Mrs. W, Moore. Ensign Robert H. Hill, Jr., at tached to the U. S. S. Texas spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hill. Mrs. Hill, David Lindsay Hill and Miss Sue Murray Thomas motored to Norfolk for him Saturday. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Taylor. Mrs. J. D. Williams and Mrs. George Hughes of New Bern spent the weekend in Beaufort with Mrs. Sam A. Thomas. Miss Helen O'Bryan left for Greensboro last week to attend a conference at W.C.U.N.C. before going to Burlington, where she will begin her duties as Home Eco nomics t-.-acher in the Burlington High school. o Mrs. David Mosier returned ti Beaufort Monday after spending the weekend at her home in Greenville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith have as their house guests this week Mrs. P. J. Coppege and two chil dren of Wilmington and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Stewart and children of Seagrove, N. C. Miss Mattie Smith has returned to her home in Beaufort after spending a vacation of several weeks in Wilmington. Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Potter, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allen have return ed from a short vacation at Ocra coke for the past several days. o Miss Jean Robbins returned to her home in Norfolk this week aft er visiting Miss Ester Bell Fodrie. Mrs. J. H. Bradshaw, of Clinton, is visiting Miss Lucy Holland this week. o Mrs. Francis Hatsell, who has been spending several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hatsell, left this week to visit her mother at Davidson before returning to her home at Fort Bragg. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hamilton and childen are spending their va cation with Mrs. Hamilton's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Norcom, at Columbia, N. C. Lawrence Rudder is visiting his grandparents at South Boston, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Napeleon Hudnell, who have been visiting the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Barbour, returned to their home in Georgetown, S. C, this week. They were accompanied by her sis ter, Miss Margueret Barbour. Mrs. Joe Douglass has returned to her home in Raleigh after spend ing some time with Mrs. T. A. Richards. Mr. and Mrs. George Eastman have moved into their new home on Front street this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gillikin of Uruham, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Gillikin. Mr. and Mrs. Newman Lewis and son, of Chicod, are visiting their parents, Mrs. Jack Parkin and Mrs. W. W. Lewis. o Mrs. Horace Mayo of High Point is visiting her sister, Mrs. Crip Jones. Mrs. Will Arrington is touring the state of Florida. Miss Hattie Styron of Ocracoke arrived in Beaufort today to visit her sister Mrs. Aycock Brown. She was accompanied to the mainland by Miss Elsie Simpson who will also be the guest of the Aycock Browns for several days. Mr.and Mrs. Roy Council passed through Beaufort today enroute to their home in New York City from Ocracoke island where they have been visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. Gary Bragg of Ce dar Grove Inn. LEWIS-LEWIS Miss Helen V. Lewis and Wil liam R. Lewis, both of Harkers Is land were married at the parson age with W. Stanley Potter offici ating at 9:45 P. M. Saturday, Au gust 16, 1941. Mr. and Mrs. Oli ver Davis stood up with them, after a honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will make their home on Harkers Island. We wish to thank our many friends in Carteret for their ex pressions of sympathy in the loss of our only son August 12th, at Kinston Memorial Hospital. Sym pathy softens the blow to bereaved ones and lightens their burden after all friends are the only earthly treasure one can lay up. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Linck:'. SUBSCRIBE TO FORT NEWS. Thil BEAU OCRACOKE ISLAND'S postoffice is located in Big Ike O'Neal's store located on the shores of Silver Lake Har bor in the center of the community. Postmistress at the present time is Miss Elizabeth O'Neal, daughter of Big Ike. She i shown in the above picture telling a money order to Walter O'Neal, island merchant. Ocracoke, according to its per capita, prob ably issues more money orders than any other community in the world. Tom Howard, retired postmaster there, once told the Beaufort News Editor that the annual sale of money orders amounted to $36,000. (Photo by Aycock Brown). marriage of their daughter, Mabel Oriel, to George Davis Cotting ham, Jr., of Way Cross, Ga. The ceremony took place Satur day, August 2, in Conway, S. C. MARY ANN WHITE CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Little Mary Ann White was hos tess to a few of her little friends Monday afternoon at her home on Orange street, celebrating her seventh birthday. After games were played the hostess invited her guest into the dining room where she served ice cream and cake and mints in pink fluted cups with novelty caps as favors. Mary Ann received many lovely gifts which she kindly thanked each guest. E O'NEALS RETURN FROM NORTHERN VACATION Mrs. B. G. O'Neal and Miss Vi ola O'Neal have returned from an extended visit to Northern cities. While away they visited New York Philadelphia, Washington, D. C, Baltimore, Richmond, and visited a son in Versailles, Connecticut, also relatives in Portsmouth, Va. WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Alex Truitt of Beaufort. N. C. announce the GUTHRIE JONES DRUG STORE Prescription Specialist Day Phone 498-1 BEAUFORT Nite Phones 336-1 394-6 J. D. Garrish's Store OCRACOKE, N. C. When You Visit Ocracoke Island ( Let Out Store Serve You GENERAL MERCHANDISE - COLD DRINKS - FISHING TACKLE Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated WELCOME TO BEAUFORT East Carolina Council Boy Scouts Of America YOUR LAST CHANCE! For The New THOR WASHER Mr. &nd Mrs. M. A. Hill of Chapel Hill have returned after a week's visit with relatives here. o Mr. and Mrs. Alton Brown of Washington, D. C, have arrived for thair vacation, visiting their brother, J. W. Stewart. Miss Frances Gray has returned to LaGrange after a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Hilton Hill. o Mrs. Jeff Simpson, Miss Jackie Simpson, Bobby Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence SimDson. of Beau fort, and Mr. Lester Murphy of Grifton have returned from Wash ington, D. C, where' they visited Mrs. Jeff Simpson's daughters, Mrs. J. R. Baumbach and Miss Eunice Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Darling spent the weekend in New Bern with Mr. and Mrs. William Dar ling. Mr. Darling has just return ed from the West coast with his bride and is opening a cafe in New Bern Sept. 1. ! r ! I . , j . I- vv, T I f J. ., l 1 1 mi1, . : - .: .. ) ' .j. $ "J "' t I i mmmsm I L 1 Miss Catherine O'Bryan return ed to Raleigh Sunday after spend ing her vacation in Beaufort with her mother, Mrs. J. Hill Patrick. Miss Sidney Thomas of the Army Nursing Corp, Fort Bragg, N. C, spent the weekend with her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam A. Thomas. Allen O'Bryan, and Lynn Davis Ray Stalling? of Greensboro TERMS! At This PRICE! Only $49.95 LOOK at the list of cxclu- & sive THOR Features j and judge tor yourself! 4 AH white Permaluv finish with Porcelain tub. m full family size. Silent mesh trans. mission. Safety wringer with' balloon type rolls. 3-vane, full -height- agitator. No oiling. Full one-year guarantee. Beaufort Residents Are Requested to list their rooms and apartments for rent with us. Guthrie-Jones Drug Store will operate a Free Information Bureau for Visitors seeking places to stay. There will be no charge for listing your rooms or apartments- PROMPT DELIVERY AND MAIL ORDER SERVICE ' Ml HURRY! Take advantage NOW of thist t dollar-saving event. Price guaranteed only on models now in stock, factory wont promise us any more at this price. Come in todays Eastman Furaituie Co. Beaufort N. C. $14.95 Deilvers Model BH7-41 (lllustratti) SAVE FOOD AND MONEY TOO WITH THIS NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC "BIG 7" Every pound of food you save is a direct contribution to national defense and a help to your personal budget. This new G-E "Big 7" with its Selective Storage Zones protects that wealth of health in your food for days, and uses 50 less current than the best refrigerators of just a few years ago. Get your G-E now at today's low prices,. GENERAL ELECTRIC Tops In Preference . . . Tops In Performance iller Furniture Co. BEAUFORT N. Dependable Dragstoie SERVICE Only Registered Pharmacists Fill Your Prescriptions In Our Prescription Department ' MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY Your Patronage Appreciated At JOE HOUSE DRUG STORE "ASK YOUR DOCTOR" Day Phones 333-1 or 910-1 Night Phone 346-1 BEAUFORT THEATRE Dial B-483-1 "Coolest Spot In Town" 1 Thursday and Friday August 21-22 "MANPOWER With Edwin G. Robinson, Marleine Deitrich and George Raft Also Latest News Jan Garber and Orchestra Cartoon Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE August 23 "SIX GUN GOLD" With Tom Holt and "CRACKED NUTS" with Una Merkel and Stuart Erwin, Plus another Chapter of "WINNERS OF THE WEST" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday August 24, 25, 26 "CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT" With Dorothy Lamour and Bob Holt Also Latest News Events U. S. Navy on Parade and Musical Wednesday Jack August 27 Pot Mm9 On The Serf n "HIGHWAYS WEST" With Brenda Marshall and Olymp Branda Plus Sports Novelty and Cartoon i f V ! t I t t

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