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FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1948
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V. 8,; qstela fUow eoanUrnten Bobby Locke, famous golfer,
94 H. T. AndrHf(, mintotec frm the Union oj Sooth Africa to
the. United State, durioe, celebiatipn of "South' Africa Week" in
(New York. Above shows Locke (felt) receiving gift of clothing
from Miss MacaskiH, presented for the vool growers of South
Africa "in recognition of Locke's iutstauding golfing achieve
ments during tourtiament tour of the United States."
Begins To Bloom
Hyatt's Creek, a. section, once
known as the "poofhouse" commu
nity of Clay county, has now be;
come one f the most' prosperous
areas in the western park of the
State,' reports T. K. Jones, farm
management analyst at State col;
The change, which hns com
about, within the past few years,
has been accomplished through im
proved systems of farming; Mr.
Farms are smalt, and most farm
ers must follow, intensive systems
of cultivation if high; income are
to be obtained, the specialist con
tinued. He said he tept-enton-Rtration
farm, oponitetf by, Frank
Groves provides ood, example of
an improved farming system, which
has resulted, in Lncreiyed income
"W:a. f 4)rd' bj! mt repentence
aorcs, 30 acres, of wnjen is crop
land. AH the cropland and pasUire
has been limed at an averajte.rai&
of three tops pep acre. Pasture
acreage ha been fnceased from,
seven to IS acres by clearing ad
ditional land. In addition to Hnle
application, the pastttM has been
treated with. hUth-analyelit phos
phate, and a LSdiAo.clOVerorcHard,
grass pasture has been established.
Since. 1942, yields, of coM, Have,
increased from. 3fi; to 80 wels
per. acre. A fouracre (iej has
been seeded to aUalfa, and. is yield
ing about tout! fops per acre. Silage
corn is produced a af, sficcuient
A3 prodwetipn orffa,.tey. and
pasture had IhcreiMeff.i the., atrrry
herd, had; grojwii fraiWftfWi H i
cows. In 1944. the. farm was'' con,
verted to; Grade Af' falm -
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of the larr, farm, earnings, Save
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PILGRIM'S INN, by Elizabeth
GoXidge (Coward McCann; $3)
This novel overflows with beauty
and, love and perfection ... at
least, as Miss Goudge describes
them. Sally is. very young, charm
ing and perfect; David, poor fel
low, is unhappy but so sincere and
perfect; old Lady Eliot is the per
feet matriarch; the twins are the
perfect children; George, the per
feet misband; John, the perfect
painter and pap; and the old inn,
the perfect, setting. There's some
thing about a murder, but it's a
pi(, murdei; and adultery is fol-
This book is available at the
Carteret County Public library,
gone into more adequate buildings
and needed equipment, home im
provements have not been neglect
ed. The home, an old-fashioned
two-story structure, has been im
proved daring the past five years
until it is conveniently equipped,
attarctivefy furnished, and com
fortable. A bathroom was installed
in IMS and electricity was obtain
ed last year. An electric washing
machine, and water heater were
instated soon afterward; A mo
dern Wash house, an electric re
frigerator and; other home im
provements are planned for this
Like most Clay County families,
(he, Groves family, has learned that
better farming means better living.
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For Moving Tale
Dob Hope Hangs
' Byt Gene Handsaker
HOLLYWOOD Bob Hope is
"available, for Clubs, Weddings,
Parties, etc." The new sign on
his Studio- bike says so . . . Inci
dentally Bob wants folks to know
that the search for a little girl to
perform with him in "Sorrowful
Jones" is ended. Hopeful parents
Still acpost him on golf courses,
throw photos of their offspring
over his fence, and write him let
ters . . .
Van Johnson says all that was
the matter with him was he had
"picture stomach" nervousness
at the start of "Command De
cision." Four "wonderful" days in
the hospital cured it . . . Brian
Donlevy'S five-year-old wants to be
a movie actress. Daddy objects but
will relent if she really insists . . .
George Brent, perspiring from
playing "Drums Along the Ama
zon" under intense color-film arcs,
got to talking race horses. "In the
last year. I bought four for $24,000
they won $50,000, and I sold 'em
for $70,000." On the debit side
are high feed prices (from
drouth), exercise boys, grooms,
shoeing, etc, Brent has about 40
steeds on his nearby 50-acre Hid
den Valley ranch, plans to buy
cattle in the fall . . .
Van Heflin vacationed eight days
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Mrs.
E. L. Beoton, Mrs. C. H. Smith,
Miss Estelle Elliott and Clarence
B. Benjamin were in Beaufort Fri
day. Mrs. E. L. Becton, Mrs. Dewey
Taylor, Mrs. C. H. Smith. Mrs.
James L. Smith, Jr., and Sr., at
tended a shower at Taylor's oCm
munity Hall at Havelock Friday
evening, given in honor of -Miss
Betty Ward, bride-elect, by her
aunt, Mrs.' Clyde Taylor, and Mrs.
E. C. McLawhorn. An enjoyable
evening was spent and Miss Ward
received many lovely and useful
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Civils of
New Bern and Mrs. Pearl Tillman
and son, Reginald, of Kinston spent
a recent weekend at the Civils'
summer home on Adams' Creek.
Rodman and Hunter Taylor were
in Beaufort Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Belangia
and Mrs. Lena Adams went to
Newport News, Va., Thursday to
see their father, Charlie Belangia
who is very ill.
Mrs. Hunter Taylor and son,
Terry, spent Friday with Mrs. J. L.
Smith, Sr., and Mrs. Sara Small.
Carroll H, Smith, Jr., of Jeffer
sonville, Ind., spent last week with
his parents,, Mr. ajid.Mrs, C, H.
Miss Irene Smith of Raleigh
spent the weekend with her moth
er, Mrs. John. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Smith of
Greensboro are spending this week
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Smith, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James Oglesby of
New Bern visited Mr. Jinjmie
1 Sir. and Mrs. Moody E. Taylor
and three children, jimmie, Shir
ley and Virginia Ruth, of Raleigh,
spent the weekend in the com
munity. L. O. Taylor of the U. S. Navy
is spending hi sleave at home with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Milton Smith and
sons, of Roe spent Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. SmitH, Jr.,
and Mrs. J. L. Smith, Sr., attended
the talent show Saturday evening
at Morehead City. The affair was
RESTLESS.' j CANT
th scenerv ij W
Hew Sign On Bike
In MOJtiCStf water. Niow he wears
a Silver swordfish on1 his lapel nnd
boasts, "I got myself a marlin!"
. . . After it. year in movies with
a mustache, Lee Bowman has shav
ed it off. He's playing a crooner
in "Mv Dream is Yours," and Di
rector Mike Curtiz couldn't picture
a warbler with lip spinach. Re
action around the set is about 50
50. Lee's small son "Bow", likes
him clean-shaven it doesn't
scratch when daddy kisses him . . .
Dancer Ray Bolger starts re
hearsals of a musical version of
"Charley's Aunt" on Broadway
Aug. 15. They're having a. hecfc
of a time deciding on a new title
that'll show it isn't the same as
the play, he told me on the "Silver
Lining" set They've kicked
around "Miss Charley Wickham"
and "Have You Seen Charley?"
and will welcome suggestions. . . .
Charles Bickford, busy in "The
Babe Ruth Story," claimed to be
"the only person living who has
had a lion's teeth around his neck."
Charlie showed me the scars. Twe
lve years ago( in a picture, a four
yearold male lion lifted Charlie
by the neck, then luckily drooped
him and ran. The gashing affect,
ed the vision in his left eye for a
while, but now it's better than his
sponsored by the Lions club of
Morehead City and was held at the
Carteret Recreation building. Pro
ceeds fro mthe show goes to aid
the blind in Carteret county. Miss
Dorothy Taylor of this community
appeared on the program as a
member of the Beaufort High
School Glee club.
Bachelor Women Meet
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of Oak Grove Metho
dist church met Wednesday after
noon. May 19, at the home of Mrs.
A. H. Tallman with 20 members
Mrs. J. L. Smith, president of
the society, presided, and Mrs.
Fred Smith was in charge of the
program and devotional.
The topic of program: "Women
in Paths of Service," was discussed
bv Miss Bernice Tallman, Mrs. G.
H. Taylor, Mrs. Shelton Belangia
and Mrs. Smith.
A business period followed with
the reading and approval of min
utes, after which the roll was call
ed. Reports of officers and com
munities were heard.
Mrs. W. Lj Harris gave an inter
esting account of the Love Meet
ing attended at Harlpwe May 12.
Letters of interest to the society
were read by the president, cou
pons for the orphanage were, col
lected, an dalso things for the bi
zaar. The meeting closed with
prayer. . ,
A social period was enjoyed with
the hostess, Mrs. Tallman serving
lime punch and cake, assisted by
Miss Bernice Tallman.
Mrs. Charles Parker of New
Bern and Mrs. J. O. Barbour of
Beaufort were welcome Visitors,
Mrh. Fred Smith will be hostess
to the society in June.
Railway Expert Learns
The Hard Way
LONDON (AP) Because
every scat in the train was filled,
and all available standing room
was occupied, Sir Cyril Hurcomb,
chairman of the British Transport
Commission, had to travel in the
baggage car during pact of a two
day tour of the British Railway's
southern region. Later in the day,
he traveled in a freight train, in a
car fitted with a wooden seat and
heated by an old coke, stove,
gives It al lhe's got. And he's got