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Carolyn Fulcher, Society Editor
' : Mrs. Alvah Hamilton and Mrs.
Lawrence Vickers motored to
Greenville Tuesday to attend the
May Day fcstivies in which Mrs.
Hamilton's granddaughter, Mar
garet Nobles, participated.
V Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Davis re
turned Monday night from a visit
to Blacksburg, Va.
V Mr. J. R. Morrill is recuperating
at his home on Shepard street fol
lowing a recent operation in the
Morchead City hospital.
Mrs. Lawrence Shinn, of Vaca
tion Valley, Pa., is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. George McNeill at their home
on Evans street.
Mr. and Mrs. Morion Davis and
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Aysrue at
tended the Shrine convention in
Wilson last week.
Mrs. Georgiana Smith, of New
York City, is visiting Mrs. Alan
Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCrea, of
Philadelphia, Pa., spent the week
end with Dr. and Mrs. 0. 11. John
Eon. " Mr. and Mrs. George Dill were
called to Elizabeth Oily last week
end due to tbe death of Mrs. Dill's
cousin, Wesley Foreman, Jr.
Mrs. Charles Case, Jr., has re
turned to Norfolk, Va., alter
spending several days with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Q. II. John
son. Mrs. .1. W. Jackson is spending
some time in Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. W. L. Dcrriekson and
daughter. Miss Nancy Dcrriekson,
plan to leave this weekend for a
trip to Wheeling, W. Va.
Harry Lee Cooper, of Charlotte,
will jKpend the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Hamilton.
' Miss Hilma Chatlwick and Mrs.
Henry Chadwick returned Monday
; evening from a tour of the Hlue
Ridge mountains on the Skyline
drive and thcShcnnandoah valley.
Mr. and Mrs. James Macy and
Miss', Lilly Macy will leave Sunday
to attend the eraduation exercises
at Woman's College, Greensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Borden
spent last week in New York City.
' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Douglas, of
Raleigh, arrived Wednesday to
spend several days at their cot
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre DuBose,
' Durham, spent last week end
their cottage on Sunset Shores.
Mrs. Harvey Hamilton will leave
Sunday to spend some time in
Nashville where there she will at
tend the wedding of her niece,
Miss Colleen Copper on June 10.
Df. and Mrs. John Morris and
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Wallace
plan to spend the weekend at Hog
James Macy and Claude Han
cock,, of State College, spent the
weekend at home.
; Mrs. S. P. Willis, of Washing
ton, N. C, arlved Tuesday to spend
some time with her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. J. G. Ball, of Raleigh, is
Visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ball.
Rev, and Mrs. Bunn will leave
today to attend the graduation ex
ercises at Wake Forest. Their son,
John is a member of the gradua
Dr. and Mrs. D, J. Eure and
children yisited Dr. and Mrs. San
dy C. Marks in Wilmington last
week end. Dr. Marks will leave
soon for the Belgium Congo as a
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Mrs. Jack A. Mahony, of 10
Tradd Street, Charleston, S. C, hus
issued invitations to the mariage
of her daughter, Miss Gloria Ma
hony, and Mr. William E. Baug
ham, son of Mrs. Philip D. Ball, of
Morchead City and the late Mr.
William E. Baugham.
The wedding will take place Sat
urday afternuon, June 12, at 3
o'clock in St. Michael's Episcopal
church with the Rev. DeWolf Per
ry, rector, officiating. Following
the ceremony a reception will be
held at the home of the bride's
Miss Mahony will be given in
marriage by 'her brother, Mr. Ro
bert U. Mahony, of Charleston. Her
sister, Miss Sarah Mahony, will be
her maid of honor. Bridesmaids
will be Miss Louise Venning, Miss
Courlnnne Marshall, Miss Sally
Pinckney and Miss Eleanor Han
ckel. Mr. Philip K. Ball, of Morchead
City, will be the bridegroom's best
man. Groomsmen will be Mr. Gra
ham Elliott, ol Washington, N. C,
Mr. Connor Wiggins, of Atlanta;
Mr. John Wilson, of Oak Hill, W.
Va; and Mr. Alex C. Bonner, of
Coral Gables, Kla.
Mr. Baugham is a veteran stu
dent at the Citadel. Alter their
wedding trin he and his bride will
reside at 4 12 Tradd Street, Char
leston. Mrs. Morris Entertains
Couples Bridge Club
Mrs. Waller Morris entertained
the Couples Bridge Club at her
home on Saturday evening.
Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Sam
Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Beck and Mrs. Charles Strang.
High score prize for the ladies,
a set of coasters, was won by Mrs.
Kenneth Wagner and Warren
Peek received a box of candy.
Refreshments were lemon pie
with nuts and coffee. '
John Bunn to
John Bunn, son of Dr. and Mrs.
John Bunn, of Bridges Street, will
receive his A. B. degree from
Wake Forest in graduation exer
cises being held this week end.
Throughout his college years he
has been very active in all activi
ties and this fall was appointed
assistant to the Dean of the School
He plans to enter the Baptist
Theological Seminary in Louisville,
in September to begin work on his
Fifth Sunday Union
Service to Be Held at
All protestant churches of More
head City will gather at the Frank
lin Memorial Methodist Church on
Sunday, May 30 at 8 p.m. for their
regular fifth Sunday Union Ser
vice. Rev. J. C. Griffin will be the
preacher for this service.
There will be room for every
one in attendance since, if neces
sary the Sunday School rooms may
De openea. v
Recent guests at the Ocean King
Hotel were Mr. Alfred Williams, of
Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brlg-
gers, of Concord; Dr. and Mrs. W.
C. Smith, of Goldsboro; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry B. Mitchell, of Golds
boro and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Mey
er, of Chapel Hill.
Rev. Willis to French
Rev. R. T. Willis, Jr., will con
duct services at the First Baptist
church this Sunday morning, May
30, as the pastor will be away at
tending the graduation of his son.
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Mrs. J. C. Smith and son, John (Christian, who w.fi born in the
Morehead City hospital Tuesday morning, Mav 18, at 1:15 o'clock.
At birth the youngster weighed 8 lbs., 5 11 ozs.
Garden and Civics Club
To Have Picnic in June
Members of the Garden & Civics
club voted at their regular meet
ing on-Wednesday afternoon, M iy
18, to have picnic in June. The
time set will be the Kith of the
month at Fort Macon.
All members participated in a
discussion of wild lowers and ma
ny lovely species were exchanged.
Executives of the various de
partments of the Woman's Club
will meet for a dutch dinner at
tbe Jefferson Restaurant on Sat
urday at noon.
Hostess at the meeting were
Mrs. Agnes Davis. Mrs. Kate Parks
and Ms. J. M. Amick.
Happy Huddle Club Holds
Regular Weekly Meeting
Members of the Happy Huddle
Club met with Miss Carolyn Ful
cher at her home on Sixth Street
on Tuesday evening at 7:110
Those present were Miss Fran
ces Pittman, Mrs. I. E. Pittman,
Miss Hilma Chadwick, Mrs. Virgi
nia Purifoy, Ann Pittman and Miss
Refreshments served were iced
drinks with sandwiches, potato
chips and cookies.
Miss Dawn Lewis will entertain
the club nexi week.
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Sets for ladies and gents.
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Revival to End
With Home Coming j
The revival meeting at tli Camp
Glenn Methodist Church featuring
Itev. ('. Freeman Heath, pastor of
the First Methodist Church of
Washington, ' N. ('., will end with
Home (''lining on Sunday, May 30.
The morning speaker at 11
o'clork will be Ilev. h. It. Slaugh
ter, district supei intc ndont of the
New Bern District. Following the
morning service quarterly confer
ence for the Morchead circuit will
he held. Dinner will be served to
all in attendance.
In the afternoon Rev. Lester A.
Tilley. pastor of the First Metho
dist Church of Morchead City will
bring the message. The program
will also feature good singing and
the history of the church. All for
mer pastors, friends and members
are invited to attend.
L. L. Leary Class Meets
With Mrs. Williams
The L. L. Leary Sunday School
cbss of the First Baptist church
met with Mrs. Bob Williams on
Monday eve .ling at 8 o'clork.
Mii-s Sarah Boyd, president, con
ducted the meeting and a program
on prayer was given by Mrs.
Ten members were present and
enjoyed delicious refreshments of
UK gold Elgin wrist
watch set with two dia
Sterling silver buckle and
Miss Ruth Macy to Receive
Degree at Woman's College
Miss Ruth Macy, daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Macy, of She
pard Street, wil be among the ap
proximately 450 graduates in the
fifty-sixty commencement exerci
ses at Woman's College on Mon
day. Woman's College's finals pro
gram will get under way Saturday
'with the holding of annual Alum
nae Day events. On Sunday the
baccalaureate sermon will be
preached by Dr. Paul J. Bralsted
of New Haven, Conn. The gradu
ating1 exercises will be held Mon
day morning, May 31, with Gov
ernor R. Gregg Cherry, President
Frank P. Graham, and Chancellor
W. C. Jackson as the principal'
Miss Macy will receive an' A. B.
degree in English.
Legion to Observe
The local American Legion post
will hold Sacred Memorial Day on
May 30. All members are urged to
meet at 10:45 o'clock in front of
D. M. Webb's store Sunday morn
ing to attend church in a body at
the Methodist Church on 9th and
Please give your out-going conv
mander a large delegation.
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it in accurate running order.
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Mrs. Floyd Chadwick
Attends Girls State
Mrs? Floyd Chadwick left today
to attend Girls State being held at
Woman's College. This annual
event is attended by girls from all
over the state sponsored by the
various units of the auxiliary. The
girls study under leaders in consti
tutional government and elect gov
ernors and various other officers,
similar to the conventions of Boys
Mrs. Chadwick has recently at
tended district meetings in Raleigh:-It
is necessary for the Auxi
liary president to make visits twice
a year to the twenty districts. She
has completed approximately two
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thirds of these visits and plans to
finish on June 26. .
Lanier Rook Club
Meets With Mrs. Wade
' The Lanier Book Club njet with
Mrs. C. B. Wade at her ljome on
Bridges Street on Tuesday vening.
Business was discussed and a
splendid program followed. Mrs.
Kate Parks gave a very interesting
and worthwhile discussion on
"Trees of North Carolina.
Mrs. Wade served delicious sa
lad and cold drinks at the conclu
sion of the meeting.
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Meredith College Students '
To Hear Dr. D.-A;Siauffer
Dr. Donald A. Stauffer, chair
man of the. Department of English
at Princeton University, will de
liver the baccalaureate address at
Meredith College in Raleigh on
Miss Mary Etta Hufham, of
Morehead City and Miss Maridnna
Mizell, of Newport, are two Car
teret County students enrolled at
Miss Colleen Cooler, of Nash
ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Hamilton last week end.
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