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CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES. BEAUFORT AND MOREHEAD CITY. N. C.
TUESDAY, JUNE 1, MS
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ENTS A WOE! M CENTS MINIMUM CHABQB
DISCOUNT FOB CON8ECCTIVZLT REPEATED INBEBTION
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY M CENTS AN INCH fXAt
CASUS OF THANKS
S CENTS A WORD: 7t CENTS MWIMTM CHARGE
fcUNSHINE COURT water view
its with rlnarian rights. Electri-
ity and water. 1 mile east of post-
office Front St. Beaufort. Two
ihiles from Shackleford Banks,
best fishing ground in state. G. M.
Paul, P.O. Box 218, Beaufort, N.C.
SWEET POTATO plant beds. Start
fulling now. Will sell as they are.
Earl Campen, Beaufort. J 11
HOUSE and lot at 508 Ann St.,
Beaufort. T. A. Uzzell, New Bern,
PIANO for sale in this vicinity.
Can be purchased for balance
ewing. Write Johnson Piano Co.,
133 W. North St., Kinston, N. C.
CONVERT your old sewing ma
Chine into an electric model. Motor
end parts $19.95 complete. City
Appliance Co., Front St., Beau
McQUADE QUALITY PAINTS.
Ask the man who knows your
painter. At City Appliance Co.,
Front St., Beaufort. Tu tf
t8FT BOAT beam 7 ft. DeSoto
1942 motor. Good shape. Contact
C. C. Willis, Williston, N. C. J8
READY BUILT enamel shower
with floor. Never been used. $40.
Dial M 4171 or M 4rT2. Jewell's
Shore Dinner, Atlantic Beach. J 1
BOM'S SANDWICHSHOP at 1403
Bridges St. Business established
Owner has other interests. Phone
M 8037 or M 4132. J 1 p
27-FOOT BOAT equipped for com
mercial shrimping or sport fishing.
Just overhauled, painted. 100 ma
rine clutch motor used only 30
hours. Can be had without shrimp
gear. Phone M 391 fi: coll at 1512
Shackleford St., Morehead City; or
phone City Fish Mkt., Morehead
City. J 1 P
940 Model flexible bus-25 passen
gers. Now motor. A-l condi-
1943 Model Jeep. A 1 condition.
Priced to sell.
1939 Chevrolet coach.
936 Lincoln Zephyr, 2 tone paint
new tires, hydraulic brakes.
1938 International 34 ton truck.
Dual wheels, rebuilt motor,
new tires. Priced for fast
,We Specialize In New and Used
i. auiu rai la
LOCKART'S AUTO SERVICE
0 nines vvesi muinienu vu;
Day Phone M 5189
Night Phone M 518--7
THOR automatic dishwasher and
washer. Cash price $180. Dial
M 3448 or call at 512 Bridges St.,
Morehead City. Up
40-FT. BOAT, beam li ft. Chrysler
crown motor. Boat and motor prac
tically new. Will sell reasonable.
Phone B 8102 or write Roosevelt
Davis, Harker'i Island. Up
KELVINATOR drink cooler. May
be used as wet or dry box. $110.
Vic'i Poolroom, dial B 5731, Beau
VENETIAN BLINDS re-painted,
re-corded, re-taped. Shel-Ton In
eVustries, 310 Marsh St., Beaufort.
Dial B 5796. After 6 p.m. phone
James G. Whitehuxst at B 4962.
KARGE CEILING fan suitable for
Business -establishment. Mrs. C. W.
Scott, dial B 3686, 415 Pine St.,
Beaufort j Jlp
WE BUY :rap iron, steel, tin, su
it to radiators, bodies, fenders, bat-
teries. Gei our pricei first. Sautt
er's Iron At Metal Co., on More
head City Highway. Phone New
Bern 3910, or wre P. O. Box 736,
' H Bern. tf
' ALL APPLIANCES repaired. We
' ick up your lamp, iron or other
Items, repair and then return them.
Phone Sound Appliance Co., M
Ami Your Frieidaire Droducts
dealer. . tf
OR CORRECT TIME: M 8006
or correct Jewelry, satisfactory
watcn repair, cany jeweiers, on
. . . n t A 1 ft
AlrendeU St., Morehead City. V tf
FOR better time-keeping let us
repair your watch. All work guar
anteed. Jarvis Herring, Jeweler,
graven St.. Beaufort, N. C. tf
DUPLICATE keys made to order
We have the bianks-a)d the ma
chine. Protect' yourself .by having
an extra set of keys made to put
In a safe place. Western Auto As
sociate Store, Beaufort, N.C. . ' tf
TYPEWRITERS, adding machines,
calculators. Sales and service .Taff
Office Equipment Co., 222 Craven
St, flew Bern. Phone 3J33, tf
ELECTRIC IRONsTtoasters, vac
i"im cleaners, lampjs,-clocks and
her appliances repaired by C. H.
Wilson, Marshallberg. Jul23
LAWN MOWERS sharpened the
factory way $1.50. Pick-up and de
livery in Morehead City and Beau
fort. Dial B 3651, Western Auto
Store, Beaufort. tf
Boats from Harkers Island
Capt. Willie Fulcher Jlp
SALESLADY WANTED. Salary
and commission, unlimited earn
ings. Pleasant working conditions.
Eastern Carolina's most exclusive
store. Parso.i's, New Bern. J4
MAKE OLD FLOORS look like
new. Rent our High Speed Floor
Sander and Edger. Low rates.
Western Auto Store, Beaufort.
Phone 3651. tf
LARGE PARKING LOT at Atlan
tic Beach. Ideal for paid parking
concessions, rides, etc. Will rent on
commission basis or small guaran
tee. Contact N. E. Russell, Kinston,
N. C. J 4 p
WANTED TO BUY
WILL PAY 5 cents per pound for
clean rags. Thornton's Texaco Sta
tion, Front and Orange Sts., Beau
LOST and FOUND
BLOND COCKER SPANIEL puppy
3 months old. Wearing new brown
i.i,- k nt,LI .
icanici imi iico), 1 1 r v, i a iv iiauiv
Butch. Finder contact Rome Mar
tin, 518 Mulberry St., Beaufort or
phone M 5491. J lp
COCACOLA FRANCHISE 1000
cup size automatic Coca-Cola cup
dispenser. Atlantic Beach, More
head City, Beaufort, Cherry Point
Marine Base. Write Box 252, Kin
ston, N. C. J8p
card of Thanks
We wish to take this opportun
ity to express our deepest grati
tude and sincere thanks to each
and everyone of our friends who
were so graciously kind during the
illness and death of our Mother.
Each expression of kindness, flow
ers, use of cars and every helpful
deed is deeply appreciated by us.
The children and grandchildren.
Mrs. Charles Nelson and
Family and Hugh Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lipscomb of
Hopewell, Va., arrived Friday for
a visit with Mrs. Zeb Mauney, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garner and
little daughter, Karen, of Newton
Grove, were here ' to attend the
graduation exercises of their sis
ter, Adeline Garner.
Mrs. D. Ira Garner, Mrs. Floyd
Harness and Mrs. W. D. Heath, Jr.,
shopped In New Bern Thursday.
Mr. G. L. Lockey and,son, My
ron, of Jackson, Miss., arrived
Thursday. Mrs. Lockey, Jimmy
and Carol, will return with them
next week to make their home in
Mr. M. G. Mann and M. G Jr.,
of Raleigh were in . town for a
short while Wednesday.
Lt. and Mrs. Harry Livingston
and son, Billy, came home Satur
day after several weeks in Virginia.
Mrs. Glenwood Gar jer is spend
ing the weekend in Greenville at
tending commencement at ECTC.
Mr. M. C. Howard was passing
out cigars very generously last
Friday when his family was in
creased with the birth of twins
(boy and girl). They really are
little dears (deer) and anyone
wishing to see them may do so by
stopping next to M. C. Howard's
garage on Highway 70.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs.
Harry Chadwick, Mrs. E. H. Hardy,
Miss Edith Sontar, Mrs. Thomas
Miss Hilds Gillikin, Mrs.
Hettie Stead and Mrs. J. B. Davis,
Intended the memorial service at
wuuston cnurcn sunaay at n o
Mr. G. W. Davis, who has been
on the sick list for. the past several
days is reported better at this
Mr. Leon Simpson of Beaufort
visited relatives here Sunday. -
Attorney Claude Wheatley. of
Beaufort, was speaker at the grad-
uation exercises At Smyrna Friday;
Reverend Williams of Swans
boro will hold services at the Bap
tist church here this week.
Mrs. Mary Matthews and grand
daughter, Peggy, of Rocky Mount
and Miss Minnie Pearle Matthews
of Charlotte, spent last week here
with Mrs. W. D. Pake. -
Thoughts for an open mind...
He also that la slothful in his work is brother to him that is great
Life's just matter of farming, of finding fertile soil in a good field,
of breaking ground and being patient. The harvesting comes
last, the main work must be done while the least results are
Make your chart before you start. ,
If a man does not know to what port he is steering, no wind is favor
able to him.
High ideals are surrendered in little doubts or fears or cynicisms or
some unworthy surrender of conviction to expediency. Saving
associations are lost in gradual desertions; holy causes are for
gotten, or betrayed) in little unfaithfulnesses; and when at last a
man stands beaten and undone or an empty shell of a man, it is
not because he weakened in one sheer breaking instant, but be
cause his days and his deeds and
fibre by soul fibre.
Mr. Edwin Piner, of Marshall
berg, visited his mother here Sun
Mrs. H. R. Chadwick and moth
er visited Mrs. Thomas Davis at
the Morehead City hospital Fri
day afternoon. Mrs. Davis was
slowly improving and his many
friends are wishing her a speedy
Mrs. Ora Ordiven and mother,
Mrs. Annie Tipton, of Maryland,
was in our community last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Adams, Jr.,
and Mrs. George Adams, Sr., of
Morehead City spent several hours
I here with relatives Saturday night.
Mrs. Charles Davis, Mrs. Staton
Moore, Miss Alma Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Bedsworth of Marsh-
allbcrg, were guests of Captain
and Mrs. H. C. Willis Thursday
Mrs. Hettic Stead, Mrs. Hazel
Chadwick, and Mrs. J. B. Davis at
tended services at the Straits
church Sunday afternoon.
Mr. J. T. Lewis of Bettie visited
friends here Sunday night.
Miss Elsie Willis visited Miss
Hazel Davis at Marshallberg Sun
Friends from Smyrna visited
!. Y ,. ,
Mrs. Flovd Pigott at Gloucester
Captain and Mrs. Hugh Willis
and daughter, Elsie, Mr. and Mrs.
V. A. Chadwick and Mrs. Herbert
Hancock attended the graduation
exercises at Atlantic Wednesday
night of last week.
Mr. Robert Matthews of Rocky
Mount spent the weekend here
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pake.
Mr. Edward Johnston and moth
er arrived here Saturday night
from New Jersey. They had a
wreck in Washington, D. C. and
Mrs. Johnston suffered bruises a-
bout the face. After being check
ed at a hospital they toon a
PLAY BY PLAY
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Play by Play
Odell Morton pitching for More
head City. D. Wilis, .340, lined out
to first. Pigott, .175, struck out.
Yeomans. .240. struck out. No
runs, no hits, nobody left.
Hawkins pitching for Harkers
Straits. Stillway, .229, grounded
out, short to first. Sadler, .294,
singled into center. Smith doubled
into center bringing in Sadler.
Gardner, .344, singled to right send
ing Smith to third. Smith went
home on a wild pitch. Beane, .379.
grounded out. Styron, .445, lined
out. Two runs, three hits, one
Hawkins, .251, was safe on first
when first baseman dropped throw.
T. Willis, .350, flied deep to center.
Hamilton, .30, went down swing
ing. M. Willis, .250, singled into
right, sending Hawkins to second.
W. Davis, .180, struck out. No
runs, one hit, two left.
Palazzo popped up. Salter flied
out Morton popped out. No runs,
no hits, none left.
Gaskill, .200, grounded out. D.
Willis singled over second. D. Wil
lis stole second. Pigott fouled out
in front of the plate. Yeomans
grounded out, seend to first. No
runs, one hit, one left.
Stillway grounded out Saddler
singled over third base. Smith
flied out to center. Gardner smack
ed a double down the first base
line, the ball bouncing over the
wall on the first hop. Beane
grounded out to first base, unas
sisted. No runs, two hits, two left.
Hawkins grounded out T. Wil
lis singled through the box. C.
Hamilton flied out. : Moe Willis
dropped a single into short right
center. Davis was safe at first and
T. Willis scored from second when
the shortstop threw past third in
an attempted force play. .Gaskill
grounded out One run, three hits,
Styron grounded out. Palazzo
flied out Salter singled through
the box. Morton singUg into short
! center, Salter stopping at secona.
Stillway forced Morton at second.
N runs, two nits, iwo leu.
I Fifth Inning
D. Willis. went down swinging.
I Pigott struck out. Yeomans flied
out to center, wo runs, no nits,
none left. -:
Sadler lined a home run over
the left center field wall for his
third straight hit Smith singled
sharply into center. Gardner lined
a single Into right. Beane walked
after swinging at a 3-0 pitch. Sty
ron flied out to center, Smith
scoring after tmajatch, when the
catcher dropped ball. W. Davis
cam in to catch, Gaskill going to
his negligences undid him, soul
Wayne County Boy
Will VisU Europe
William R. Shackleford,
Wayne County 4 II Club youth,
will visit Europe this summer as
a participant in the Internation
al Farm Youth Exchange Pro
ject which ta being conducted
under the auspices of the Co
operative Agricultural Extension
Service. Shackleford's trip,
which will include visits to Bri
tain and France, is being spon
sored by the North Carolina
Farm Rurenu. He will be gone
about thres months. A former
4-II Club State tobacco champ
ion, Shatkleford is now enrolled
as a freshman at North Carolina
right field. Palazzo popped up.
Gardner stole home cleanly when
Hawkins went into a slow wind up.
Salter grounded out. Three runs,
three hits, one left.
Hawkins grounded out. T. Wil
lis singled into left center. Hamil
ton flied out. M. Willis went dpwn
swinging. No runs, one hit, one
Morton popped out. Stillway
singled through third. Sadler flied
out. Stillway stole second. Smith
popped up. No runs, one hit, one
Davis grounded out. Gaskill
flied out. D. Willis singled into
center. D. Willis was picked off
first and run down. No runs, one
hit. none left.
Gillikin went to right field for
Harkers-Straits. Gardner walked.
Beane flied out. Styron grounded
nut, the second baseman making a
barehanded pick-up throw in time.
Cagle, batting for Palazzo flied out.
No runs, no hits, one left.
Pigott beat out an infield single.
Yeomans flied out. Pigott went
all the way around on Hawkins
single through the box, when the
shortstop threw past third. T. Wil
lis singled over second, scoring
Hawkins. Gillikin forced T. Willis
at second. M. Willis double down
the right field line, Gillikin hold
ing up at third. W. Davis walked
to fill the bases. Gaskill's hit went
through the shortstop two men
scoring and tying up the ball game.
D: Willis flied out to right field.
Four runs, four hits, two left.
Salter grounded out. Wade, bat
ting for Morton, grounded out.
Stillway was safe on an error by
third. Sadler flied out No runs,
no hits, one left
Ninth Inning ' x
Wade ditching for Morehead
City. Pigott walked on lour
straight pitches. Yeomans singled
Into short left, Pigott holding sec
ond. Wade pitched two balls to
Hawkins and walked to the More
head City dugout. Webb went in
for Wade. Both runners advanced
when the ball got away from the
catcher. Hawkins was safe at first
when the ball got away from the
nhorffltnn. Pigott scoring. T. Willis
forced Hawkins at second. T. Wil
lis Stole second. Gillikin struck
out M. Willis struck out. One
fun, one hit, two- left.
Smith singled into center. Gard
ner rapped into a doubled play,
short to first. Beane walked. Sty
ron forced Beane at second.
Gibbs Completes Course ' ,
, Henry . S. Gibbs, Jr., ' of More-
head City, has recently compietea
eight-week course in fire, ma
rine and casualty Insurance at the
Insurance Company , of North
America School for Agents, Phila
delphia. 1 He received honors in
the fire and casualty insurance
sections of the course. Mr, Gibbs
who is associated with Chalk &
Gibbs agency served four years in
Yfelter S. Giffcrd Teckles New Jcb Helping to Sell
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New York City Walter & GUford, Chairman of Board of American Telephone and Telegraph
Company, (extreme right), responda to call for volunteers In Security Loan to solicit every poten
tial bnyer of United States Savings Bonds. He Is shown here pointing mat campaign symbol to Philip
M. Light, New York State Director for the United States Savings Bonds Division, (left), snd Lewis
E. Pierson, chairman ,of the New York State Advisory Committee of the Savings Bonds Division,
(center). Mr. Gilford, In accepting office of honorary chairman for the committee headed by Mr.
Pierson, said "the porchaie of United States Savings Bonds by millions of our cltliens during the
Security Loan drive will represent a. long: stride toward the achievement of Individual security for
a citiien and the collective security of the nation as a whole."
(Continued from Page 1)
Previous to the establishing of the
Methodist church in this section,
the Missionary Baptists had built
a small church structure, given the
name of Moore's Chapel, located
near the Traveler's Rest.
Following the closing of Moore's
Chapel about 1900, the property
was boiiRht b ythe Methodist so
ciety, and served as their place of
worship until 1923. As a largo
majority of the church members
were then living in the Camp
Glenn section, it was decided to
establish a church building in that
community. The old chapel was
sold and was converted into a
dwelling by its purchasers.
About this time the old one
room Camp Glenn school building
had been abandoned for the new
brick structiue and put up for
sale. From the proceeds of the
sale of Moore's chapel the school
huilding was purchased and moved
from its location north of the rail
road tracks to the present site of
Through the generosity of the
late John A. Guthrie, the present
site of the church was purchased
j . ciniu Aflpr
old building to
its new location, extensive repairs; ,
remodeling and an addition,!
brought the structure into a scm-1
blance of a church. In 1945 the j
building was officially dedicated
by Bishop Peele. Since 1923 the
church membership has grown
from eight to twenty-eight. Pastors
from the Franklin Memorial
church of Morehead Citv have sup
plied the pulpit since the church
The early history of the Camp
Glenn Methodist church is one of
loyalty and Sacrifice. That small
group of eight faithful members
struggling down through the yeaTs
to keep alive the spirit of their
!fj tTSie8 ffpriiS
of righteous living, set an example
that could be emulated today by
Mrs. Nichols did not include the
following in her historical sketch,
but it is worthy of note that for
over forty-one years she has been
a member f the Ladies Aid. which
today is known as the Woman's
Society of Christian Service. For
twelve years she served as its pre
sident. At the zone meeting of this
society held at Harlowe in May,
Mrs. Nichols was presented with a
life membership pin, a token of
loyal service and work well done.
- :: dianamgs ::
Swansboro '. 8 1
Morehead City : 7 3
Harkers Island-Straits 6 4
Marshallberg 5 5
Havelock 4 5
'Jacksonville - 4 6
Newport 3 7
Beaufort 2 8
Coastal Plain League
Tarboro 25 12
Rocky Mount 23 15
Kinston 23 15
Goldsboro 21 15
Now Bern 18 18
Wilson ; 14 22
Greenville ...13 23
Roanoke Rapids .................... 9 26
St. Louis 20 13
New York 19 13
Pittsburgh , 19 15
Philadelphia 18 18
Boston ...x......?. .. .18 18
Brooklyn 15 19
Cincinnati '. 18 21
Chicago 13 21
. American League
Philadelphia . 25 11
rievelsnd 22 10
New York .............................. 19 15
Detroit L,... 18 19
St Louis ... :. : 15 16
Washington 17 ,19
Boston 13 22
Chicago - 8 25
Ideas from numerous represen
tative businessmen of Morehead
City and vicinity and needed re
garding the community's greatest
problem, housing, Morehead City
Rotarians decided Thursday night
at the Fort Macon hotel.
Lou Gore, program chairman,
who led the discussion, stressed
that a large scope of ideas would
help the Chamber of Commerce
follow a plan of action which
would be practical, efficient, and
reasonable. He said that the bet
ter housing program is one of the
outstanding immediate projects of
the Chamber of Commerce and
one which the Chamber would ex
ert every effort to complete.
Dr. John Morris, president of the
Chamber of Commerce, and a Ro
taiian, stated that opinions of in
terested individuals would be wel
come. He added that anyone In
terested should contact the Chanr
or biiwinK ui iuc uuua
he Munujpal building, or by call-
,n w JDj
Raises Good Beef
COLLEGE STATION, Raleigh
Some of the best Polled Shorthorn
beef cattle in the state are being
produced this year by W, J. Ro
bertson of Colerain, according to
B. E. Grant, Bertie county agent
. for the State College Extension
, Service. '
I Mr- Robertson now has one bull
' 7 . and five heitet. He
P I1?? 1 S " L.M
of about 25 head. He bought his
first Shorthorns in April, 1947, and
has made additional purchases
since that time.
His bull is Oakwood Barrister,
crandson of Coronet Command, the
international grand champion
Shorthorn bull in 1941. Mr. Ro
bertson's animal, calved January
27, 1947, was bred by C. B. Ter
gardin and Sons ot Asnevuie, unio.
The herd sire is good-headed and
thick-quartered. He comes from a
family that has universally pro
duced good thick cattle.
Mr Rnhertson is developing his
breeding enterprise gradually. Be
fore he purchased any animals, he
began building up permanent pas
tures in order to have plenty of
grazing available for the cattle.
He has used Ladino clover with
excellent results. Since the spring
of 1947, green grazing has been
available on his farm every day
in the year exeppt when snow cov
ered the ground. .
"He says the land he has seeded
to pastures would not produce cot
ton, peanuts, or corn profitably.
He now has 18 acres in permanent
pasture mixtures, and still has hay
left over from last year.
Mr. Robertson sold about $2,300
worth of Shorthorn cattle last
nii he exnects this figure
to be exceeded considerably during
C. W. Robinson, Beaufort,
Visili New Orleans, La.
rwiiu W. Robinson, commis-
saryman, third class, USN, of 208
Gordon St, Beaufort i aerving a-1
board the destroyer VSS Rich, i
which has visited the fabulous riv
r citv of New Orleans, La., for a '
four-day ' break - in operational ,
training. His ship was part of the I
largest force of combatant ships
to enter this port since Admiral
Farragut stormed it during the
War Between the States. , ',
' The warships,"- under the com
mand of RearAdmlral R. P. Bris
coe, USN, Include one carrier, five
destroyers, two destroyer-escorts,
and two- submarines.
Mere Savings Bead
Social Security Officer
Urges Persons to Enter
dims for Benefits
The local field office of th?'
Social Security administration, .Wil
mington, has requested all persons
eligible for benefits to enter claims
immediately. The Wilmington of
fice repeats its warning that there
are many people eligible for bene
fits who do not bother to apply
The following three points
should be used to guide every
worker and his fainilv in regard to
receiving benefits, social security
administrators point out:
1. As soon as he becomes 65,
every worker should go t the
nearest Social Security office and
discuss his rights to benefits. He
should do this even though he
expects to go on working no mat
2. As soon as the worker's wife
or widow becomes 65. she should
go to the nearest field office and
establish her rights.
3. If the worker dies (no matter
what his age), his widow should
go to the nearest office and esk
whether she is eligible for benefits
for herself and her children, if
The field office serving Carteret
county is located in the customs
house, Wilmington, and is open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through
The Social Security administra
tion also advises that social secur
ity taxes apply to workers' wages
only up to $3,000 per calendar
year, and all those workers who
worked for more than one employ
er should check to sec whether
each employer deducted taxes
from his pay. -
All taxes on wages in excess of
$3,000 per year will be refunded
to those Carteret countv residents
who file claims with the collector
of internal revenue at Wilmington
within two years after the wages
Dr. Harold Hnmm Attends
Conferences at Wilmington
Dr. Harold Humm, acting direc
tor of the Duke Marine laboratory
and summer school, yesterday at
tended a conference on marine
borers sponsored by the National
Research council at Wilmington.
In conjunction with this meeting
there also was a conference on
corrosion of metals in sea water
sponsored by the International Ni
rckel company. In charge of cor
rosion research for the nickel com
pany is F. H. Laquc.
Mustangs broken to the. saddle
sold for about $10 to $12 in early
I wish to express my deep
appreciation for the support
given me in the Primary for
Constable of Horehead Town
ship. CHARLIE II KOOUSE
(Continued from Page 1)
former Miss' Sudie . Dickinson, of
One of their sons, Leo, is a
hririeekeTier at Hobucken, Paul,
who is living at Ayden, is an ins
pecior tor the government, and
Charles, who lives at Washington,
D. C, is a captain in the Marine
Robert is the only son not serv
ing the government. He is work-
ine in Detroit, Mich., for the Fordi
Motor company. Another son, Hu
bert, died in 1943 while in the!
army at Frl Benning, Ga.
Their two daughters are Mrs
Clifford Lewis, of Beaufort, and
Mrs. Ben Harris of Belhaven. MrT
Harris is a foreman of the Wilfc.
erson Creek bridge.
The family planned a surprise
party for Mr. Whit lev at his home
the night he left the bridge, buti
actually he surprised the surpriscrsj
by spying the cars hidden in the)
yard and then surmised something
special was coming off. I
The children presented both him
and their mother with rings at thq
midnight supper. 1
Then Mr. and Mrs. Whitley took
a two-week vacation to Florida. Mr;
Whitley, who is 70 years old, driv
ing all tht way. '
"It was our second honeymoon,")
said Mrs. Whiiley happily.
The faithful bridge tender, after1
a month of leisure, says that time
doesn't wei".h heavilv on his hands.,
As a carpenter, there's plenty for
him to do around the house, and
he plans to visit his children and
pound in a. nnieli needed nail 08
casionally at their homes.
John Bunn Will Receive
BA Degree at Wake Forest!
'ohn Thomas Bunn, Morche
City, will be graduated from Wa
Forest college lonighl with a d
gree of bachelor of arts,
lie is among 24P. students wh
will listen to a commencement ao
dress to he given bv Dr. Kennet
Scott Latourclte, professor of Mis
sions and Oriental History at Yal
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IEIKE M0THEM DIITillOltl, MO.
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IERKE BROTHERS DISTILLERIES, WOI
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