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CARTERET COUNTY WSWSTIMSi, MAtfrORt AND MOMJBEAft CITY. H. ft V
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J CaroFjra Fulcker, Society Editor
Mrs. W. B. Compton and child
ren, of Graham, and Miss Nan Ro
gers, of Charlotte, are the house
guests of Mrs. J. H. Neal.
Lindsay, Hill, of the University
of North Carolina, will arrive this
week end to spend the summer
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Hugh Hill. .
Am Recent guests of Mr. find Mrs.
Hilton Hill were Mrs. Hill's pn-O-nts,
Mr. end Mrs. Rudolph Gray,
and Mr. and Mcs. Eusene Gray and
ijhildjen, of La Grange.
Mrs. John Gordon and son, Ri
. chard, of New York Citv. will ar
rived this week end to visit Mrs.
- Gerald Hill.
spent Monday with her sisjter, Mrs.
Mrs. C. C. Nelson, and son,
Chris, spent the week end with
Mrs. D. F. Merrill.
Mrs. D. F. Merrill and Miss, Peg
gy Hamilton motored to Greens
boro on Sunday and were accom
panied home by Miss Bettie Lou
Merrill and Miss Mary Lou Mason.
Mrs. Prudy Willis. Miss Etta Lou
Willis and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll
Willis and baby, Anthony, of At
lantic, were week end guests of
Mrs. L. C. Davis.
' Charles Howe, of Radford, Va.,
if visiting his mother. Mrs. C. K.
Howe and his sister, Mrs. Charles
Mrs. L. C. Davis visited her little
grandson, Jesse Station, in Rex
Hospital, Raleigh, on Monday.
i Mr. and Mrs. R. Hugh Hill en
tertained Col. and Mrs. Cloud of
Camp Leieune. at the Inlet Inn
rjrior to Col. Hill's address to the
, graduating class of the Beaufort
ljligh Schpol on Monday evening.
Mrs. James Willis and daugh
ter, Billie Sue, of Portsmouth. Va..
nx'nt Sunday and Monday with
Mrs. Willis' mother, Mrs. Alex Nor
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Walters and
daughter, Frances, of La Grange
have returned home after spend
ing the week end with Mrs. L. C.
Jesse Staton, of Wake Forest,
was home for the week end;
' Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Scott, of Wil
mington, spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Hufth Carraway. "
, Mr. and Mrs. Newman Lewis, of
""' Chicod, left Wednesday after
spending several days with her
ir.iher. Mrs. Jack Parkin and his
mother, Mrs. Wiestine Lewis.
Professor and Mrs. M A. Hill,
of Chapel Hill, are expected Sun
rlnv to visit his mother. Mrs. Sarah
Hill and sister, Mrs. Vera Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allinder, of
Marmct. W. Va.. scent the week
end with Mrs. Allinder's narents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Cartmill, RFD.
with Mr. and Mrs, L. A- Oakley, Sr.
'. Bill Skarreir orrivt d home yes
terday from E. C. T. C. for a short
vacation before amending summer
ifr. and "Mrs. B. A. Waldenmai
er, of Wilmington, Del, snenf the
weekend with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dill.
.Mr. and Mrs. BilJ DpvU return
ed to Norfolk, Va. yesterday after
spending several days here with
Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Dill.
Mrs. Asa Buck. Mrs. Addie Skar
ren and Mrs. William Skarren and
children, Cynthia and Billie Jean,
shopped In New Bern Tuesday.
Mr. aftd Mrs. M. P. (Pat) Skar
ren and children, Belva Sue, Nan
cy and Wade, plan to spend Sun
day In New Bern with Mr. and Mrs
Mrs Homer Piner. of Willis'on.
rspent Wednesday with Mrs. I. N.
Mr. ?nd Mrs. Richard Bloodgood,
of- Winston Salem, will arrive to
morrow to spend several days at
the Inlet Inn.
Miss Jean Fodrie, a member of
the graduating class of E.C.T.C,
will arrive home tomorrow to
spend fhe summer holidays.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Gillikin
and small son, Charles. Jr., of Nor
folk, Va., are visiting Mrs. Munroe
Mr. "nd Mrs. Clifford Fleet and
son, Clifford, Jr.. of Richmond,
Va.. spent last week end with the
N. W. Taylors.
Mrs. Josh Piver and daughter,
Alida Moore, of Norfolk, Va., visit
ed here Sunday.
TSgt. and Mrs. William J. Per
rigo and daughter, Pamela Jo. have
arrived from Honolulu, and are
visiting their mother, Mrs. William
Mrs. W. A. Neal, of New Bern,
Captain and Mrs. L. A. Oakley,
Jr., and children. Larry, III. and
Lee returned to Washington, D. C,
yesterday after a ten days' visit
l If I lilt I .
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hollowell,
of Aurora, arrived Wednesday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dorrler.
Ed Hancock, of New Bern, Wiley
Taylor and John Jones, Jr., left
Wednesday to spend a few days at
Mr. Taylor's tamp.
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Mr.', and Mrs. Russell Piner
Celebrate Golden. Wedding
Open house was held for Mr.
and Mrs. Russell W. Piner, of Wil
liston, on Mjy 19, in celebration
of their fiftieth wedding anniver
sary. A host of friends and rela
tives called to congratulate the
couple and to bring gifts as tokens
of their love.
The home was decorated in a
lovely arrangement of yellow daj
sie and white gladioli, and a two-tiered
cake with yellow and white
frosting centered the dining table.
After greetings were exchanged
the guests were served nuts, candy,
cake and punch.
Mr. and Mrs. Piner are life long
residents of the community and
their family consists of two daugh
ters, three grandsons, and one
Sam Alexander, Monroe,
Honored on Birthday
A birthday party in honor Sam
Alexander, of Monroe, was given
Tuesday night at the Blue Ribbon
Those attending were Miss Nor
ma Kirk, Miss Agnes Newton, Miss
Amy Noe, and the following boys
from State college: Gene Hamilton,
New Bern, Wilbur Goodwin, At
lantic, and Mr. Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Swann
announce the birth of a daughter
in the SummervUle Hospital, Sum
merville, S. C, on May 27.
Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Swann, of
Pollock Street, are the proud
The number of U. S. dentists in
creased from 29,655 in 1900 to 71,
000 in 1930 but declined to about
70,601 'by 1940.
Grand Coulee Dam has a cubic
content more than four times as
great as that of the Great pyramid
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A quiet but pretty marriage was
solemnized Friday evening, April
30 in the Gosport chapel at the
Naval Hoapital, Norfolk, Va., when
Miss Alice Marie Mason, daughter
of Mr. end Mrs. Everett Arthur
Misan. of Beaufort, N, became
the bride oi Ralph Jerome Mattus,
Lieut, (ig) USN. son of M" and
Mrs. Valentine Mattus of Milwau
kee, Wisconsin. The double-ring
ceremony wis solemnized by the
Rev. Barker C. Howland, navy
NuptiaJ musk was rendered on
'he organ by Mrs. Virginia Lee
Parker, who played "To A Wild
Rose" and "Moonlight and Roses"
during the ceremony. Mrs. R. L.
Harter snog' "I Love Thee" and
"Because," and, for the benedic
tion. The Lord's Prayer."
The bride, who wore a charming
white marquisette gown made
princess styles with a fingertip veil
of imported illusjon which fell
from a tiara of orange blossoms,
and carried a bridnl buouet r'
liliesof-the-valley showered with
white ribbon streamers and for
get me-nots, wis ?;ven in mtrri
nfe by George Washington Cook,
The matron of honor. Mrs. Vir
pinia Turner Cook, wns gowned in
lavender marquisette,, fashioner)
similar to thit of the rind. She
wore gauntlets to match, and car
rii'd a bouquet of lavender sweet
pes tied with lavender ribbon.
Cant. Arthui Sydnor O'Dootey,
USMC, acted as best man.
Lieutenant and Mrs M ittus left
immediately for a wedding trip in
the E!st, and will, after today,
nvke their home - 1610 Rodran
avenue in Grove "ark. The bride
chose for traveling an -'shes of
rcses suit with navy blue acces
sories and a corsage of gardenias
Free Inslruc!icn in Sewing to Begin
Ilonday al Beaufort Hih School
The guest of the Methodist
Hour I a eners on Sunday morn
, lag. June 6, will be Dr. Thomas
Bradley Mather, above, native of
Eng and and now pastor of Cen
tral Me hodist church, Kansas
City, Missouri. Dr. Mather will
speak on "Unshakable Sereni
ties," one of the series of sex
moBs on "The Teachings of Je
sus and the Present Scene."
Free sewing classes for women
in Beaufort school district wi)l be
"onducted for one week beginning
Monday at the Beaufort high
school home economics depart
ment. In charge will be Mrs. Da
vid Beveridge, high school home
The free sewing classes are prt
of the vocational home economics
program subsidized by federal,
state and county funds.
Classes will be1 held Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenihgs
from 7:30 to 10:30 -nd Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday mornings
from 9 o'clock until noon.
Women my register for the
ohsses Saturday by phoninp R
533-6 or calling in person at 305
Front street, Mrs. Beveridge's
"The clesses are bein? conduct
ed," Mrs. Beveridge explained, "so
that women will have an opportu
nity to learn short cuts and better
methods of making, altering, and
renovating clothing an item
which so greatly affects the budget
of the honumaker today."
E ich enrollee will be expected
to bring her own pattern, material,
scissors, pins, and needles if she is
more than a beginner in sewing.
Sewing machines, pinking shears,
cutting tables, anil buttonhole
makers are available at the school.
Mrs. Margaret J. Hopkins
Listed on Honor Roll
Mrs. Margaret Jones Hopkins, of
Beaufort, daughter of Mr. and Mis
Edmund Jones of Goldsboro, was
the only Carteret counly represen
tative on the spring term, honor
roll just released from Appalachij
an State Teachers college. Ij
The honor roll Includes thosif
students who have made an avr
rage grade of "B" with no grades
below "C" and who ha"e honor
ratings on their behavior score
There we.'e 13B honor students irt
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Mr. rlarry Willis visited rela
tives at Cedar Island Monday.
Mrs. Frank Mcintosh and son.
Jnroje, Mrs. William Willis and
children, Edith and Frsncis. visit
ed their sister and family, Mr. and Polish XOUth HoDO
Mrs. G. H. Jackson at Cherry u ...
Point Monday i To Merge Into One Unit
Mr. ad Mrs. Chsrlie Pake at-
tended the BellBest wedding at WARSAW - (AP) All of I'o
Morehead City hospital Saturday. land's youth orga izations are
Mrs. Woodrow Diehl and baby planning to merge into a single
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrell an
nounce the birth of a son, Terry
William, in the' Morehead City
Hospital on ''me 3.
Mr and Mrs. Etherid"e Davis
announce the bir'h of a daughter
Cnllie Ru'h in the Morehead City
Hospital on May 30.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Whisenmt
innounnce the birth of son. John
Tiomis. Jr. in the Morehead Cily
Hospital on June 3.
The funeral service for Walter
Moore, 27, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Allert Moore. Hankers Island, was
rondu'etcd. yesterdry afternoon at
V o'clock from the home on Hark
ers Island. Mr. Moore's body was
returned from Africa recently by
the war department. He was kill
ed in 1942 in the invasion of North
Besides his parents the deceased
is survived by two brothers, Macon,
Interment was on Harkers Is
unit The move is led bv the Com
munist Fighting Youth Association
and the leftwing Socialists. II will
also include pessant snd so-called
"Intelligentzia" youth groups? A
national congress has beei sche
duled to complete the unification.
The impending consolidation of
the Communist Workers and So
cialist political parties into a single
orkers party is expected by early
son who spent the past few
months in Florida where her hus
band is employed, arrived Tues
day. Mrs. Gbdys Lupton and sons of
Lola who spent the past weekend
with friends at Norton, Va., visited
her pister, Mrs. Guy Daniels, a
short while Monday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Day are I
spending a few weeks with their : fall. The Leftist Peasant Party and
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. I .the Polish Peasants formerlv head
Jaires Taylor on New Bern Road, ed by self-exiled opposition leader
Mr. and Mrs. Nacy Barker and Stanislaw Mikolajczyk also plan
children of Oriental spent last 1 unification.
week here with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Luther Pittman.
Mrs. Sophie Lupton and Mrs
Julia Pake attended the Memorial!
Day services at the Legion Hut
at Beaufort Sunday afternoon.
Mr.-and Mrs. Monroe Simpson
and children visited at Smyrna
jnd Williston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carraway and chil
dren, Mrs. G. H. Jackson and
chUdcfta pf Cherry Point visited
Mrs. Jackson's mother a ahori
while Saturday afternoon. ',,
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