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THE BEAUFORT NEWS BEAUFORT, N. C.
Thursday, Aug. 21, 1941
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Mrs. Eula Dickinson, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Vash
tie Conner, has returned to her
home in Lakeland, Fla.
Miss Blanch Bell, who is work.
ing at Morehead City, spent Sun
dayy with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie ScofieKl
Jiave returned to their home at
Washington, D. C, after a visit
with their parents, Mr. ana Mrs.
Carl H. Morton.
Manly Willis of Coates spent
several days recently with his
mother, Mrs. Eunice Willis.
Jesse Temple, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Temple, left Thursday
morning for camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Copt-land
of Arlington, Va., spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morton.
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland spent the
week-end with their mother, Mrs.
R. R. King at Bachelor.
Miss Esther Dickinson of Core
Creek attended church services
Sunday morning at the Methodist
A. P. Adams, Jr., has returned
from visiting George Norris at
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. Taylor
and daughter, Eleanor, of Camden,
H. J., returned home Friday after
visiting Mrs. Mollie Taylor.
B. L. Witherington of Monck's
Corner, S. C, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.
Witherington, Mrs. B. L. Wither
ington and children of Vanceboro
spent Sunday with Mrs. W. C. Wil
liams. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kelly and
son of Canton passed through
Thursday enroute to Bachelor to
visit Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith.
W. C. Williams, who is working
at Greenville, spent the weekend
with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton J. Taylor
and daughters, Ruth, Edna and
Hazel Taylor spent Sunday at
Morehead City celebrating the
birthday of Mrs. Taylor's father,
John Laughton. Mr. and Mrs. Ro
land Small and son accompanied
the Taylors to Morehead City.
C. C. Smith of Bachelor visited
A. B. Morton Sunday afternoon.
Miss Linie Bell entertained
members of the Young Peoples
Service League Friday night at her
Austin P. Adams of Portsmouth.
Va., spent the week-end with his
Rev. Clyde S. Boggs held serv
ices Sunday morning at the Metho
Miss Mary Frances Morton
spent Sunday night with Mrs. R. R.
King at Bachelor.
Phil Witherington of Vanceboro,
is spending this week with A. B.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Outlaw and
daughter, Jean Travis, have re
turned to their home in Elizabeth
City after visiting Mrs. Outlaw's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dick
Mrs. D. W. Sabiston has return
ed to Great Bridge, Va., after vis
iting relatives here.
Miss Beth Dickinson has return
ed to East Gulf, W. Va., after vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dill and
Frank Dill, Jr., have returned to
their home in Great Bridge, Va.,
after visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dickinson re
turned home Monday after spend
ing several days in Asheville.
Mr. Clyde Foreman has returned
to Sarasota, Fla., after visiting his
brother, Mr. A. W. Foreman.
Miss Joyce Earle Dickinson and
Edwin Dickinson have returned to
their home in Bridgeton after vis
iting their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Dickinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gore of
Clinton spent several days with
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dickinson.
The 5-C Club met Monday eve
ning at the Community House.
The entertaining committee were
Miss Esther Dickinson, Miss Mar
guerite Dickinson and Mr. Ray
mond Dickinson. Games and re
freshments were enjoyed by all.
Jake And Eddie Made The Music
AS REPUBLICANS MADE WHOOPEE!
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WHEN THE N. C. Younz Republicans held their sec
ond annual invitation meeting down on Ocracoke Island
recently they broueht their own square dance music along.
The musicians are "Jake and Eddie", radio team of Wash
ington, N. C. They made the music and the Republican! and islanders
made whoopee in the dance hall of Pamlico Inn at the biggest square
dance held on the island in a number of years. The accordionist is
Carl von Jacobson who is at his best when he is barefooted with
trouser legs rolled up playing his fiddle fcr square dances. The ac
cordion photographs better, so that is why he was using it for this
picture. His guitar-picking companion is Eddie Smith, whom Jake, his
manager, says was once on a Major Bowes tour. They were giving a
farewell concert on top of a breakwater at Ocracoke when this picture
was made. (Photo by Aycock Brown).
daughter, Loretta Joyce Willis,
fell and broke her arm in two
places. We all hope for a speedy
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lewis, now
of Brooklyn, N. Y., visited some
friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Oneal and Miss E.
Shambley are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Haskins for the
week. They are alll from Greens
boro. Mrs. Dan Futcii and son, Carl
Futch, have returned to Florida
after a few months' visit on Har
Judge J. A. Leegh of Belhaven,
N. C, and Mrs. Douglas Creech of
Greenville, N. C, and Mrs. J. J.
Baxter of New Bern and W. D.
Barrinjjton of New Bern made
their first trip to the Island and
enjoyed a shore dinner with H. B.
Mrs. J. P. Harrell with daughter
Barbara and son Jiminie are stay
ing a few weeks with her mother,
Mrs. Christine Chessney here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barden of
Warsaw spent the day on the Is
land and seemed to be very much
interested and would like to buy
a home here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ramm, with
their son Charles and daughter
Gloria spent the weekend on the
Island. They are from Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitesell,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whitemore and
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Cook, all of
Burlington, N. C, spent seme time
here visiting Rev. and Mrs. L. L
Parrish and their daughter Polly'
Rev. Parrish also is doing some
good work at the Methodist church
here. He has a church at Burline
Mr. S. McLaurn, Mr. H. A. Ellis
of Fayetteville had some good fish
ing Sunday with Capt. Chas. Bill
Hancock on the "Ralph." Ten cero
were caught along with other
species. They weighed about nine
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Mrs. Myrtle Golden has return
ed from Duke hospital where she
has been under observation and
Mrs. Lucy Pake and Mrs. Mat
tie Pake visited Mrs. Rosa Gillikin
of Beaufort Tuesday. ' Mrs. Gilli
kin is quite ill at her home there.
Miss Bertie Simpson visited
Misses Don and Ora Dean Mid
Mrs. Pauline Willis and son,
Richard Clyde, returned to her
home here Friday night after
Fpending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. Justin Willis, Sr., of Davis,
and other relatives there.
Mr. Jim Arthur, of Aurora,
Beaufort county, is visiting rela
tives and old friends here in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pake of Bel
grade visited in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Pake Sunday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Sybil L. Willis of Morehead
City visited her parents, Mr., and
Mrs. Edward Lawrence Sunday.
Mrs. Annie Lee Morris of Atlan
tic has been visiting relatives here
during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Neal of
Portsmouth, Va., spent the week
end here with her father, Mr. E.
R. Piver and her sisters, Mrs. Kath
leen Mason and Mrs. Nannie Ar
thur. Mrs. Deleware Jenette is very
ill at this time. Her friends all
wish her a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Golden
spent Sunday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Golden.
Mrs. Neta Gaskill of Stacy spent
last week with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. William Gillikin motored to
Norfolk, Va., Sunday to take his
cousin, Mr. Ernest GilliKin who
has been visiting him here.
Miss Allie B. Gillikin is visiting
at the home of her brother, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pake were
in New Bern Friday on business.
Miss Virgil Salter is spending
her vacation at Atlantic with her
sister, Mrs. Raymond Nelson.
Mrs. Johnnie Carraway of Van
demere is here visiting her broth
ers, Riley and Paul Beachem.
Mrs. Jesse Wade and son, Fran
cis, returned home Thursday night
Mrs. Joe Blake and children
spent Sunday at the home of Mrs.
D. W. Blake.
Mr. and Mrs. Gradon Barker and
parents of Oriental spent Sunday
here with Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Arthur and
children spent Sunday at Williston
visiting their daughter-in-law, Mrs.
F. P. Arthur.
Mrs. Sallie Carraway and neice,
Miss Edna Beachem, spent Satur
day at Atlantic visiting friends.
Mrs. Thelma Whitehurst spent
Monday in Beaufort.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Taylor and
Mrs. Taylor's sister, Zara, spent
Sunday afternoon at Williston.
Mrs. Corinne Kerr of Beaufort
spent last week with Mrs. Thelma
Capt. T. L. Willis went to New
Bern Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Beachem
and sister, Mrs. Johnnie Carraway
spent Sunday afternoon at Willis
ton visiting at the home of Mrs
Beachem's nephew, J. T. Willis.
Mr. Fillmore Murphy of Rich
mond, Va., is spending a week
here visiting his relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Talbert of
Lexington are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. Monnie Daniels
and children of Long Island, N. Y.,
arrived here Friday to visit rela
tives. Miss Ellen Lupton returned
home Tuesday from Asbury Park,
N. J., where she has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willis.
Mrs. Julia Pake spent Sunday at
Marshallberg visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Mollie Goodwin of Lola
spent Monday here with relatives.
Miss Moira Pake returned home
Saturday after spending her va
cation with her sister, Mrs. Gus
Meden, at Jersey City, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodwin of
Roe were in our community for a
short while Tuesday.
Misses Ella Gray Pittman and
Shelia Pake are spending their va
cation in New Jersey.
Capt. Harold Daniels visited rel
atives here Saturday.
Mr. James Willis returned home
Monday from Port Monmouth, N.
J., where he has been employed.
Miss Maggie Buck of Washing
ton, N. C, spent last week at the
home of Mrs. Sophia Lupton.
Mr. Joe Thompson returned to
his home in New York City Mon
day after spending a week with his
sister, Mrs. Charlie Pake.
Mesdames Sophia Lupton and
Jafes Willis spept Sunday visiting
friends at Williston.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pake and
son, Charles, Jr., and Mr. Joe
Thompson motored to Williston
Miss Ellen Lupton visited friends
at Atlantic Sunday.
Messrs. Nathon Robinson and
Troy Hamilton of Atlantic were in
our community for a short while
Mr. Guy Lupton who is employ
ed at New Bern spent the week
end here with his family.
Mr. Walter J. Goodwin who is
employed at Baltimore, Md., spent
Friday night here with his aunt,
Mrs. A. W. Styron, continuing on
to his home at Lola Saturday to
visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Willis of
New Bern spent the weekend with
her mother. Mrs. Willis will re
main here during the week.
Mis3 Christine Murphy returned
home Saturday from New Bern
where she spent the past two
weeks visiting her aunt, Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. David Willis II,
and children of New Bern spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Willis.
Mrs. Georgia Frost Barnes of
Lacoma visited here Monday.
Mrs. Clyde Styron and daugh
ter, Lois, spent the past two
weeks in Greenville visiting her
son, Mr. Ralph Styron.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murphy
spent Sunday in Greenville visit
ing their son, Cecil Ray, who is em
Miss Agnes Mae Peterson of
Beaufort, is spending a week with
her aunt, Mrs. Addie Willis.
Mrs. Paul Harrington of Grene
ville is spending a week with her
daughter, Mrs. Clyde Styron. Mrs.
Richard Manning, Mrs. Styron's
sister, is also visiting her.
The Pittman Memorial Pastors
Institute is holding its annual
meeting at the F. W. B. church
here this week. A large number
of preachers from various parts
of the state are attending the
meeting. More accommodation is
afforded by the addition of the
new annex to the church.
Mr. Harvey Styron of Washing
ton, D. C, is spending a few days
with his mother.
Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Styron of
Lenoxville spent the weekend at
their home here.
Mrs. Pearl Sanderson of Hilton
Village, Va., is here spending a few
days with Mrs. Emma Daniels.
Mr. and Mrs. Monnie Daniels
and children of Long Island, N. Y
spent the weekend here with rela
tives. Miss Ira Mason and children of
Stacy are here visiting her par
ents. Mr. Narvie Day, who is em
ployed in the Coast Guard service,
left Sunday after spending a while
here with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. William Joyner
and son, Courtland, of Hopewell,
Va., are visiting Mrs. Emma Dan
iels. Capt Harold Daniels of Atlan
tic visited relatives and friends
Mr. Woodrow Daniels left Mon
day for Norfolk where he is em
ployed. Mr. Walter J. Goodwin, who i
in the Coast Guard service at Cur
tis Bay, Md., spent Saturday night
home with his parents.
Mr. Martie Lupton who is em
ployed at New Bern spent the
week-end home with his family.
Mrs. Olivia Day and children
spent the weekend at Roe with he'
mother. Mrs. Earl C. Day and children
and Mrs. Woodrow Daniels and
children and Miss Verna Daniels
wree visitors at Stacy aunuay
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Day and Mrs.
Olivia Day and son, Alvin, were
visitors at Beaufort Tuesday.
Mr. W. S. Godwin was a visitor
at Beaufort Monday.
Several of the people from this
community are attending the se
ries of meetings held at Tuttles
Grove by Rev. Stevenson.
The Woman's Club cooperated
with the Wire Grass Club for the
August recreation which was in
form of a picnic supper held at
Wire Grass church Sunday after
noon. Many attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Guion Lupton of
Baltimore were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Fodrie Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. Morton and Mr. O'
Neal Morton motored to Goldsboro
where he is receiving treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Fodrie and
children moved into the commun
ity Saturday afternoon. They are
occupying the Workman place. We
are all wishing them much success
Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.
H. Russell Sunday.
Mrs. Claud Dail is spending a
while with her daughter, Mrs. Roy
Home for the weekend: Terrel
Scott, David Willis, Thomas Wil
lis, Merkley Johnson, Dudley Lew
is, Howard Lewis, Harry Johnson,
Marvin Paylor, Kenith Johnson,
Louie Dixon, Gordon Willis, Nor
man Willis, Earl Johnson.
Mr. tnd Mrs. Norman Willis'
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