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Carol's Fulchor, Society feditor
y , Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Cashwell
and baby, of Clinton, spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. Geh
rmann Holland recently.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Nicholas Walker
returned last Friday from Wilson
where they attended the Shrine
Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor re
turned to their home on Long
Island Friday after visiting his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Taylor.
Mrs. Murray Thomas is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Joe Sebes, in
Mrs. Ed Totter is spending sev
eral dtys in Jacksonville, N. C.
Roy Clark, of Burlington, is
spending several days at his cot
tage on Live Oak Street.
Mr. Ralph Daniels and sister,
Miss Mildred Danjiels, spent Sat
urday and Sunday attending a
Sunday School convention in New
Miss Verona Daniels has arrived
home from Klon College to spend
the holidays' with her parents, Mr.
' and Mrs. Burton Daniels.
Misses Mary and Kate White, of
Greensboro, have been spending
several days at the Inlet inn.
Mr. Arthur Roecklein and Jim
my Lombardo left Monday, night
for their home in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
after visiting Miss Mildred Daniels
for a few days.
" Mr. Darrell Lupton, of the Cape
Lookout Coast Guard Station and
Lola, is visiting relatives on Len
Dr. Tom Cheek of Smithfield
and Mr. A. G. Elliott of Fuquay
Springs left Wednesday after
spending several days visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Cheek.
Mrs. James Davis Potter and
daughters, Katherine and Frances
left Wednesday for Charlotte to
attend the wedding of Mrs. Pot
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Safrlt, Sr..
left Tuesday to spend several days
in South Carolina.
Bob Garey, of State Colege.
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Doss.
Mrs. J. S. Steed spent the week
end in Greenville visiting her sis
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jefferson, Mr.
and Mrs. George Eastman, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Holland. Mr. and Mrs.
T. T. Potter, Clifford Lewis and
Harvey Smith attended the Shrine
convention in Wilson last week.
Mrs. Sidney Waters left last
week end for a three weeks' visit
in Washington, N. C.
Miss Bettie Lou Merrill will ar
rive home this week end from
Woman's College, Greensboro.
Mr finrl M fl t? T rtnifhtnn nnA
daughters, Anna Lou and Shelba
i Jane, and Miss Hildred Carraway
will leave Sunday to attend the
graduation exercises at Woman's
Ray Wheatley, of State College,
will spend the week end here.
Mrs. D. F. Merrill spent Wednes
day with Mrs. N. T. Ennctt at her
camp on Bogue Sound.
Miss Lee Bonner, of Washington,
will spend the week end with Miss
Miss Hildred Carraway, Mrs.
Hugh Carraway, Mrs. John Chap
lain, Jr., and Mrs. George Laugh
ton shopped in New Bern on Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams
left last week for Brooklyn, N. Y.
to visit her parents for 10 days,
and from there they will proceed
to Memphis, Tenn., where Mr. Wil
liams is stationed.
Mrs. Richard Pearse and chil
dren, Tommy and Mary and Mrs.
David Jackson and daughter, Gin
ny, of Durham, spent the weekend
at fivers Island.
, Mr: and Mrs". Harry Tyler and
daughter, Charlotte, of Wake For
est, will arrive this weekend to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thomas
and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tyler.
Mrs. J. G. Walters and daugh
ter, Frances, -of LaGrange, spent
the weekend with Mrs. Walters'
sister, Mrs. L. C. Davis.
Harry Tjavis, Billy . Davis and
George Laughton, of Wake Forest,
will arrive this weekend to spend
the summer holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Bateman and
daughter, Sarah Jo," left Monday
for a business trip to Florida.
Charles Cheek Breaks Foot
Charles Cheek fell and broke his
foot while getting in boat and
the foot was put in a cast on Wed
nesday. ' . , '
Surprise House Warming
Given for Mrs. Basden '
Mrs. Julia Basden was honored
with a surprise house warning at
the home.jf Mm. James White
hurst on M'&iicl'a'y "evening. Hostess
es with Mrs. Whitehurst were Mrs.
Edward Willis, Mrs. Roy Hamilton,
Mrs. William, Hamilton and Mrs.
Approximately fifty friends call
ed during the evening.
Gifts received by Mis. Basden
were a studio couch, Venetian
blinds, drapes, a chair, three scat
ter rugs, two end tables, coffee ta
ble, three lamps, hangers for the
drapes, ash trays, towel racks for
the bathroom and dish towels and
a contribution on an oil heater.
These gifts came from the var
ious organizations of which Mr.
and Mrs. Basden were members:
the Masonic Lodge. Rebekah
Lodge, Odd Fellows, , Veterans of
Foreign Wars, Ladies Auxiliary of
the V.F.W., American Legion, and
other individuals and were given
with the idea of furnishing the liv
ing room of the new home on Gor
don street which has not been com
Refreshments served were delic
ious punch with cake and nuts.
Mrs. Holland Entertains
Bridge Club Tuesday
Mrs. Gehrmann Holland enter
tained her bridge club at her home
on Ann Street, Tuesday.
Special guests were Mrs. James
Rumley, Mrs. Claud Wheatly and
Mrs. W. L. Martin.
High score was won by Mrs. L.
The hostess served delicious
blueberry pic a la mode with tea.
V.F.W. Auxiliary Ladies
Journey to Havelock
Members of the local Auxiliary
of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
journied to Havelock on Sunday
afternoon where they instituted a
Those attending from here were
Mrs. Mae Keagle, installing offi
cer, Mrs. Lucy Eubanks. Mrs. Ella
Blake, Mrs. Julia Basden, Mrs.
John Miller, Mrs. Novella Dunn,
Mrs. Carrie Styron and Mrs. Gla
Mrs. Merrill Entertains
Couples at Bridge
Mrs. D. F. Merrill entertained
with two tables of bridge at her
home on Monday evening.
High score was won by Julian
Hamilton and Mrs. Merrill at one
table and Phil Thomas and Mrs.
Stovall at the other.
Refreshments were cold drinks
Alma Potter Circle To Meet
The Alma Potter circle of the
Ann Street Methodist church will
meet with Mrs. Willinm Roy Ham
ilton Monday afternoon, May 31,
at 3 o'clock.
Movies at Ann Street Church
nn Street Church school will be
held at 9:45 a.m. ami Youth Fel
lowship at 7:15 p.m. A moving
picture, "Prodigal Son" will be
shown at 8 p.m.
IID Clubs to Meet
The Bettie Home Demonstration
Club will meet Tuesday, June 1
with Mrs. Roland Walter nt 7:30
o'clock, and The HarloweCore
Creek will meet June 3, with Mrs.
Raymond Hall nt 2:00 o'clock.
Masons Confer Degree
The degree team and other mem
bers of Franklin .Lodge, No. 109,
were in Jacksonville Tuesday night
to confer the third degree of Ma
sonry ort several candidates.
Mrs. Jerry Darling Enters HospitnJ
Mrs. Jerry M. Darling, 105
Broad Street, entered St. Lukes
Hospital Wednesday afternoon for
She is expected to be there about
ten days. Mr. Darling is employed
as a fireman at Cherry Point. '
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Miss Kliabelb (.rimes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Grimes of Raleigh who will head (he Girl's committee of the 1!VW
Debutante Ball, sponsored by the Trrpsichoiean Club of Raleigh.
TerpsichorearT Club to
Members of the Terpsichore-m
Club of Raleigh will again preseir
debutantes from all over the s'ato
in their annual ball, to lie held in
the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
on September 10. Josenh Blount
Cheshire. Jr.. president of the club
Chairman of the ball this year
will be William J. Ward. Raleii-h
insurance man and Miss Elizabeth
Grimes will be chairman of the
Plans for the ball and ill" com
mittees of Mr. Ward and Miss
Grimes will he announced later.
Casual Club Holds
The Casual Club held a "tacky"
party at the home of Mrs. Jack
Oakley on Thursday evening.
Twelve members received the
"Don't get dressed
You're iust goin' to sit down
No fancy hair dos,
Wear your old comfortable
Leave off your girdle, Leave off
You need rest the way you work
Each one came in comical attire
and upon arrival Pollyanna gifts
were exchanged. Then the menv
bers participated in several con
tests, and were served heavenly
hash with nuts, and tea cakes.
Miss Gloria F. Laughton
To Graduate From WCUNC
Among the graduates this Mon
day at Woman's College, Greens
boro, will be Miss Gloria Faye
Laughton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Laughton. and Miss
Bobbie Jean Duncan of Gastonia,
formerly of Beaufort.
Miss Laughton will retcive nn
A. B. degree in chemistry.
Mr. and Mrs. Zenophane Mason,
of Harlowe, announce the birth of
a son. Charles Farrington, in the
Morehead Citv Hospital on May
Mr. and Mrs. Curwood Yarbo
rough, of Morehead City, announce
the birth of a daughter, Carolyn
Fay, on Mav 25, in the Morehead
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; No Eleven O'Clock Service
I ai 2i. raui s murcn
at. 1'aiil s i mircli will nave no
eleven o'clock service this Sun
day due to the baccalaureate ser
mon at the Beaufort High school.
Holy communion will be held at
(i a.m. and 10 a.m. without music
Rev. T. R. Jenkins, pastor of the
Ann Street Methodist Church will
deliver the baccalaureate sermon
and his topic will be "Happy
Mr. Wesley Willis, of Williston.
was discharged from the hospital
Mrs. Joseph E. ISaum was dis
Mr. Edward W. Copeland, of
Morehead City, was discharged
from the hospital Wednesday.
Mrs. John W. Duncan and infant
son, of Beaufort, were discharged
from the hospital Wednesday.
Master Denner Harris, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ilavwood Harris, of
North Harlowe, was admitted to
the hospital Thursday for a ton
sis)ciny, Miss Jimmv E. Salter, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Salter, en
tered the hospital for a tonsilee
tomy on Thursday.
Mrs. Annie Hedgepeth, of More
head City was admitted to the hos
pital on Thursday for an operation.
Mrs Thomas Davis, of Smyrna,
is a patient in the hospital.
Mrs. Richard Garner, of New
port, was admitted to the hospital
for treatment on Tuesday.
Mr. Harvev Kilmon. of the U. S.
Coast Guard in Portsmouth, Va.,
was admitted on Tuesday.
Mrs. Essie H. Pridgen, of Swans
boro, underwent an emergency
operation on Tuesday.
Baby Anthonv Willis, son of
Mrs. Caroll Willis, of Davis, is a
patient in the hospital..
Rfby William Duncan Wade, son
of Mr. Carlton Wade, of Davis, is
a patient in the hospital.
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Funeral Riles Conducted
for W. Cordon Webb
Funeral rites were conducted at
the First Methodist church Tues
day afternoon at four o'clock for
the late William Gordon Webb by
the Rev. L. A. Tilley assisted by
Dr. John H. Bunn. i
Interment was made in the Bay
View cemetery in the family plot.
Active pallbearers were Billy
Gaskins, Billy Mace, John Lashley,
El Nelson. Henrv Holt, Munroe
Gaskill, Robert Taylor and H. I.
The Beaufort Hieh School Seni
or Class of which Mr. Webb's
daughter is member, attended
the service in a bodv as did the
The Methodist choir sang "Jesus
Savin Pilot Me," and "Have Thine
Own Wav Lord" during (hp church,
and manv floral contributions at
tested to the friendship and love
people had for the dcrrnsed.
A brief commital service was
conducted at the grave by the Elks i
with the choir rendering "In the
Sweet By and By."
Those attending the funeral
from out of town were Mrs. Arnold
Webb, of La Grange, Billv Mace
of Beaufort and Jacksonville. Kla.,
Billy Gaskins of Morehead City
and Jacksonville and Thomas Neal
Bellie r. Gaskill
Mrs. Bettie Fulcher Gaskill, age
51, died et her home in Stacy on
Tuesday, May 25. at 5 p.m.
Funeral services were conducted
from Ihe home in Slacv at 2 p.m.
on Thursday. May 27 by the Rev.
Griffin, pastor of the Free Will
Baptist church of Morehead City.
Interment was made in the com
munity cemetery of Stacy.
She is survived by her husband,
William" Gaskill; one daughter,
Mrs. Robie Salter and two sons,
Curtis and Harry, all of Ihe home:
two sisters, Mrs. Etta Gaskill of
Stacy and Mrs. R. M. Willis of
Southporl: one brother. Zebdee
Fulcher of Morehead City and five
Mrs. Sarah Ann Lewis
Mrs. Sarah Ann Lewis, age 80,
passed away at her homo oi. Shc
pard Street on Monday, May 24.
Funeral services were conducted
from the home on Tus.lsy atter
noon, May 25 at 5 o'clock with the
Rev. L. A. Tilley assisted by Dr.
Interment was made in the Bay
Pall bearers were Charl's Nel-
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son, Jr., Taylor Nelson, Julius Nel
son, Jr., and Joseph Lewis.
Mrs. Lewis was ihe daughter of
Daniel Wade, of enstirn Carteret
County and Carolina Midgctle
Wade, of Dare County. She was a
member of the Methodist church
and had made her home here for
the pas; 76 years.
She is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Charles Nelson of this, city
and one son, Hugh Lewi?, also of
this city; several g'andebiUi'"ii
and great grandchildren.
Mrs. Emma Jane Stewart
Mrs. Emma Jane Stewart, ngo
71, died May 25 at her home in
Funeral services were conducted
from the home Wednesday. May 2d
at 3:30 p.m. by the Rev. T. R. Jen
kins. Interment was made In Ocean
She is survived by her husband.
Elmo; lwo..sisters, Mrs. C ('. Gutli
lie. and Miss Mamie Willis, of
Beaufort; two brothers. Clem and
W. F. Willis and several nieces
James Tosto. age 93. died at his
home in Oriental on Monday, May
Funeral services were conduct
ed from the Free Will Baplis1
church of Oriental bv the Rev. W
E. Anderson, of Morehead City,
Interment was made in the Ori
He is survived by his wife. Liz
i.ie; four daughters, Mrs. Caroline
i Pittman. of Oriental; Mrs. Nannie
Jane Pittman of Merrimon, Mrs
Geneva Mason, of Merrimon; Mrs
Melvin Morris of Atlantic; two
sons, Wessie Tosto of Oriental and
James Tosto of Sea Level: 24
grand children and 50 great grand
Mrs. James Davis
Mrs. James Davrs. d.'i. wife of
James Davis. Turner street, died
yesterday at her home. She was
found in bed shortly after noon.
Mrs. Davis, who with her hus
band, operated a boarding house,
had been confined to her bed
about three weeks. Death is be
lieved to have been caused by n
Besides her husband, she is sur
vive, by a son, Arthur, of More
head City, two grandsons, a grand
daughter, and one great grand
daughter of Davis Shore; a sister,
Mrs. Stella ('room, of Onslow
county, and five brothers. Jake
Smith, New York. John and Ralph
Smith, both of New Bern, Grover
Smith, of Kinston, and Alton I
Smith, of Virginia. Mrs. Davis was
originally from Kinston.
Funeral nrangements are incom
plete. Sons Born
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wheatly, Jr..
announce the birth of a son in i
the Morehead City Hospital on I
Mr. and Mrs. John Woodard
Duncan, ol Beaufort, have announ
ced the birth of a son, John Wood
ard, Jr., in the Morehead City
Hospital on May 22.
Luiher Gillikin Breaks
Leg in Fall From Truck
Luiher Gillikin, Li"p Oak s'reet
volunteer fireman, suffered a brok
en leg Saturday afternoon when he
slipped from a fire truck return
ing from a Oueeii street brush fire, t
Mr. Gillikin regularly is employ
ed as a full-time fireman at Cherry
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drawers as a satisfactory document
of identification. Af least it did
once. A young soldier went up to
a Stockholm post office counter to
get a registered letter, addressed
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the clerk asked. The -soldier had
"You must have some mans of
identification'., the clerk insisted.
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fully he loosened his belt and pull-1
ed up his drawers. On their waist
band, neatly embroidered in red
by a loving mother, was his name
and draft number.
lie got his letter.
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