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Carolyn Fnlchor,' Society EJitor
Jackie and Beth Roberts returned
Sunday from a visit to rtigh Point
Mr. Oscar Allred returned to his
Morehead City home yestcrdav fol
lowing a visit with relatives in
Mrs. Herbert Thornton and
grandson, Robie, spent the week
end in Weldon.
Miss Carolyn Taylor, who is at
tending summer school at the Uni
versity of North Carolina, spent
the week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Taylor.
Taylor Vernon and Charles Ver
non, of Morganton, spent the week
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Wallace
and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Davis
plan to spend the week end at Hog
Mrs. Julius Lewis and son, Bob
by Glenn, have returned from
Washington. D. C, and Shenan
doah, Pa., where ihey spent the
past three weeks with friends and
Mrs. Robert Gordy anil Mrs. G.
M. Davis and children, K.iren and
Susan, of Atlanta. G,i., arc visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. I). J. Eure.
George McNeill. D. Cordova, Dr.
lohn Morris and Harvey Joslyn are
attending a Rotary convention at
Mr and Mrs. Morton Davis have
recently returned from a visit of
several days in Norfolk, Va.
Little Teddy Burr celebrated his
fifth birthday last week.
Mr. M. M. Ayscue and Mrs. Har
lcy Lindsay attended the State
Federation of Business and Profes
sional Women's Clubs at Blowing
Rock last week.
Dave Woodard, of Wilson, spent
the week end here.
Mr. and Mrs, Coy Monk and
children, of Karmvillc, are spend
ing a few days here.
Herbert Harris has returned to
Wilson after spending the week
Little Gordy Eure, celebrated his
fourth birthday last Friday.
Miss Betty Harker left Wednes
day to spend two weeks in New
Gayle Guthrie has returned from
a ten days' visit in Tampa, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Wrenn and
two daughters have returned to
Durham after spending several
days with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jen
kins. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flowers and
daughter, Linda, plan to spend the
week end in Durham.
Mrs. Darcy Willis, Jr., and child
ren, Jackie and Porky, and Mrs.
Walter Chapman, of Newport
News, Va.. spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Willis, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rogers
and sons, Jimmy and Pat, will
leave Sunday on a two week's va
cation to New York and Scotch
Plains. N. J.
Mrs. A. H. Joyner and daughter,
Miss Betty Joyner, were called to
Farmville Wednesday due to the
death of Mrs. Joyner's brother-in-law.
Mr,- and Mrs. Jake Parrot, of
Kinston, are spending this week at
'a cottage here.
The first practical electric bulbs
were produced independently by
Thomas A. Edison and J. W. Swan
between 1878 and 1880.
Hieroglyphics was a dead lan
guage for more than 1,400 years
because modern mankind could not
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MOREHEAD CITY, N. C
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Mrs. Emma Mumford, of Beau
fort, was discharged from the hos
pital Wednesday. .
Mrs. Lester C. Willis, and infant,
son, of Davis, were discharged
from the hospital Wednesday.
Miss Ida R. Eaton, of Morehead
City, and graduate of Rex Hospital,
joined the nursing staff of the
Morehead City Hospital Thursday.
Miss Edith Davis, R. N., night
supervisor of the Morehead City
Hospital left for a week's vacation
Mrs. Eloisc Herring, R. N., of
the nursing staff of the Morehead
City Hospital, is now on vacation.
Mr. William G. Porter, of Have
lock, was discharged from the hos
pital yesterday following a major
Master Wilbur Lee Groome, of
Camp Morehead, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Groomc, of High
Point, was discharged Wednesday
after receiving treatment.
Miss Dorothy Harrell, of MoreJ
head City, was admitted for a ton
Mrs. M. T. Stamps and baby
daughter, of Havelock, were dis
Master Ernest Harrell, son of Rev.
and Mrs. Haywood Harrell, of
Straits, underwent an operation in
the hospital Wednesday. His con
dition is satisfactory at this time.
Mrs. Lester Muse, of New Bern,
was discharged Wednesday.
Zekc Colena, of Morehead City,
underwent an operation in the hos
Miss Louise Austin, of Ocracoke,
was discharged from the hospital
Master David Bell, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Bell, of Morehead
City, was admitted to the hospital
for treatment on Wednesday and
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Merrill, of
Newport, announce the birth of a
son, Gerald Regan, in the More
head Hospital on June 29.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kirkman, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of twin sons, Wiliam Marks and
Walter Lee, on June 27, in the
Morehead City Hospital.
Captain and Mrs. R. J. Lynch, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of twin sons. Patrick Lee and Ter
ry Allen, in the Morehead City
Hospital on June zo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hatscll, of
Bcaulort, announce the birth of
a daughter, Elaine Alice, on June
29, in the Morehead City Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of a daughter, Sandra Faye, in the
Morehead City Hospital on - June
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Gray Da
vis, announce the birth of a son,
Osborne, Jr., in the Morehead City
Hospital on June 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Willis,
of this city, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Ina Mae,
to J. Clinton Long, son of the late
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Long of Beau
fort, N. C. and Baltimore, Md.
The wedding will be solemnized
in the late fall.
The three most popular forms of
smoking today cigars, cigarettes
and pipes were also used by In
dians when Columbus discovered
the New World.
Bride of today Honored
Ai Dessert Bridge Parly '
The Thompson home on Aren
dcll Street was the scene of a de
lightful party Wednesday evening
when Mrs. S. W. Thompson and
her daughter, Miss Coretta Thomp
son, entertained with dessert
bridge in honor of Miss Dawn Lew
is, bride of today. , .
The hostesses used gladioli to en
hance the beauty of the living
room while all-white flowers were
arranged in the dining room.
Upon arrival the guests were in
vited into the dining room for deli
cious refreshments of .cake, bridal
ices, mints and nuts.
The table was centered with a
miniature wedding cake which was
topped with a nosegay . of bride's
roses and arranged on a reflector
with satin streamers leading to
attractive charms. Three branch
candelabra1 with glowing white
candles flanked the cake. The top
tier of the cake was lifted by Miss
Colleen King, cousin of the bride,
and the first slice cut by Miss Lew
is after which Miss King served.
Mrs. Robert Shaw, the bride's mat
ron of honor, served the bridal ices
while other refreshments were
served from silver compotes and
Five tables were used for bridge
in the living room where the
bride's table marked with a floral
High score for the evening was
won by Miss Sarah Boyd and she
received perfume. Second high,
novelty ash trays was won by Mrs.
Josiah Bailey and low, note station
ary, went to ?Trs. Mildred Davis.
The noseiiay from the wedding
cake was presented to Miss Lewis
and charms from the wedding cake
to be placed on a silver bracelet,
gift of the hostesses.
Miss Betsy Stalling, bride-elect
was also given a nosegay of bride's
roses and china in her chosen pat
Miss Lewis received a gift of
crystal in her pattern.
Miss Dawn Lewis Honored
With Miscellaneous Shower
Mrs. Josiah Bailey honored Miss
Dawn Lewis, bride-elect of July
2, with a delightful dessert bridge
party at the Civic Center on Mon
day evening at seven-thirty o'clock.
Beautiful white gladioli with
greenery were used tp carry out
the bridal motif in the rooms.
Upon her arrival Miss Lewis was
given a lovely miniature nosegay
of white rosebuds.
A delicious dessert course of ice
cream with homemade cake, mints,
nuts and wafer thin cookies was
served after which bridge was play
ed at six tables and rummy at one.
Mrs. Sam Barnes received a si
lent butler for high score and Mrs.
Kenneth Bradley, a pottery bowl,
for second high. Mrs. Robert Shaw
was condoled with earrings and
Mrs. George Adams received the
same for rummy.
During play the hostess served
Miss Lewis received a set of
silver individual salt and pepper
shakers from the hostess as well
as many useful and attractive gifts
from the others present.
Miss Betsy Stallings, another
bride-elect, was remembered with
a flower pot.
The African black porcupine at
tacks his enemies by running at
The historically famous Rosetta
Stone a slab of' black basalt was
found near the western mouth of
the Nile River by one of Napole
on's officers in 1799.
Dr. J. 0. BAXTER, JR., will be OUT OF
TOWN from JULY 5lh to 10th inclusive. The
office will be open io deliver and accept glasses
508 Front St
for a grand
Bottled by: Greenville Bottling Co.
Tuesday Bridge Club
Meets Wiih.Mrs: Williams
Mrs. Bob, Williams entertained
the Tuesday evening bridge club
at eight o'clock. , . -,
Guests were Mm Quihcy Stlmp
son, Mrs. Alec v Bonner and Miss
Betsy Stalling. ; ' .
Lovely summer cut flowers were
attractively aranged throughout
the home, v --. :
Guest high, candy, was won by
Mrs. Stimpson and club high, also
candy, was won by Mrs. Arthur
LaMontagne. Mrs. Robert Free
man received talcum powder for
second high and slam prizes were
novelty cosmetic kits.
The hostess honored Miss Betsy
Stallings, bride-elect of July, with
a beautiful crystal sandwich plat
ter. Refreshments were candies, nuts
and coca-colas. .
Mrs. Mary Wheallon
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
Ann Whealton, 85, who died at 1
o'clock Tuesday morning at her
home near Morehead City, were
conducted at 4 o'clock Tuesday af
ternoon at the home. The Rev. R.
L. Bowling, Harkers Island, offic
iated. Interment was in Bay View
Surviving Mrs. Whealton, who
had been ill several days prior to
her death, are her husband, Wil
liam H. Whealton, two sons, J. W.
Whealton and George T. Wheal
ton, both of Morehead City, and
several grandchildren and great
Nathan W. Nerwin
Nathan Wiliam Merwin, 80, died
Tuesday, June 29, at 11 o'clock in
Funeral services were conducted
from the home on Ann Street, by
the Rev. Martin at 3:30 o'clock
Interment was made in the Epis
Pall bearers were Will Arring
ton, Jr., Billy Arrington, and Ju
lian Arrington, Claud Wheatly, Jr.,
John Crump and John Dill.
Mr.Merwin was retired civil ser
vice employee and worked in gov
ernment statistics before his retire
He is survived by his wife, So
phia Dill Merwin and one daugh
Mrs. W. D. Lnpton
Mrs. W. D. Lupton, 75, mother
of Mrs. William Roy Hamilton, of
Beaufort, died Tuesday afternoon
at her home in Norfolk, Va., after
a long illness.
Funeral services were held
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
- She is survived by two. daugh
ters, Mrs. Roy Hamilton, L Beau
fort, Mrs. Howard Harris of Nor
folk, Va., one son, Walton Lupton,
of Norfolk; and one sister, Miss
Sue Spencer, of Norfolk.
Ed Hoebel. 41, Hicksville, Long
Island, resident engineer at the
Carolina Racing Association's newly-constructed
dog track, died sud
denly at 2:30. Tuesday afternoon
at the Jefferson hotel. Death was
attributed to heart attack.
Surviving in Mr. Hoebel'i imme
diate family are his wife and a 2-year-old
daughter, Margaret. Mr.
Hoebel was in the engineering and
contracting business in Hollywood,
His family arrived here yester
day and accompanied the body to
Hicksville where the funeral is ex
pected to take place today.
NEWS of the
Webb Memorial Presbyterian
Morehead City . t
Rev. J. T. Axtell, Paster
Sunday, July 4
9:45 a m. Church School.
11 a m. Divine .worship. .Holy
. The Women's auxiliary wiU not
meet this month. The Circles will
meet at the regular time.1 .
First Methodist Church
Rev. Lester Tilley, Pastor ,
Sunday, July 4
9:30 a.m. Sunday School, C. B.
Wade, superintendent, graded
classes for all ages.
11 a.m. Worship service, ser
mon "Fulfill All Righteousness."
7 p.m. Methodist Youth Fel
lowship. 8 p.m. Evening worship and re
ligious film, "Sons of God."
Monday, July 5
3:30 p.m. Woman's Soicety of
Christian Service. Mrs. B. F. Roy
al will speak on "Great Prayers of
8 p.m. Mid-week prayer serv
ice. St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Rev. W. L. Martin, Rector
Sunday, July 4
8 a.m. Holy Communion
9:45 a.m. Sunday 'School.
11 a.m. Choral Commuunion.
7:15 a.m. YPSL service on
A nursery is maintained for
Children under 7 years of age un
til noon each Sunday in order that
parents may attend church.
Vacation Bible school will begin
July 12 and continue for two
weeks. There will be refreshments
each day, a picnic at the beach,
and during the course children
will present three plays.
Ana Street Methodist Church
Beaufort, N. C.
Rev. T. R. Jenkins, Pastor
Sunday, July 4 '
9:45 a.m. Church school
11 a.m. Morning worship, ser
mon "The Requisite for Freedom."
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
7:15 p.m. Youth Fellowship,
junior, intermediate, and senior.
8 p.m. Evening worship, in
charge of Senior Youth Fellow
ship. Theme of the service will be
Christ Above All."
The Senior Youth Fellowship of
Ann Street Methodist Church be
gins its Youth Week Program Sun
day evening, at 7:15 o'clock. The
schedule for each evening (except
Wednesday, when entire program
will be held either at Cape Look
out or some other designated place
along the boat trip which has been
planned) is as follows:
7:15-8 Opening session and
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Give u your rote of confidence and yonll
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class new building.
8:00-8:30 .Worship service in
church sanctuary. .
8:30-9:13 Recreation new
The Senior young people are
taking over evening service for
Sunday, July 4th. The entire con
gregation is urged to attend these
worship services which the young
people are holding. The week will
close with a Consecration Service
The Young Adult Fellowship,
which has been recently organized
in Ann Street Methodist church,
had its first regular weekly meet
ing last Wednesday evening, at
8:45, in the new building.
All young married couples, and
those between the ages of 20 and
36 or 37 are cordially invited to
attend the Sunday morning class
session in the new building. Van
A. Potter is teacher of the class.
The Fellowship meets each Sunday
morning at 9:43, and every other
Wednesday evening, at 8:45 p.m.
The sub-district meeting of the
Youth Fellowship of the Methodist
church will meet Friday evening,
at 7 p.m., at Core Creek Communi
ty church. The Youth Fellowship
of Ann Street Methodist church
will be host.
Little Janie Lawrence is visiting
his grandparents, at Otway.
Miss Marie Hunnings is spending
some time with her grandmother,
Mrs. Mack Hunnings at Beaufort.
Miss Mary Sue Lynch, of Beau
fort, visited the Misses Julia and
Letitia Simpson last week.
Mr, and Mrs. Valnerta Garner of
Newport spent the weekend here
with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Larry Hunnings and two
children, Ray and Richard, are
spending some time at Mississippi
where Mr. Hunnings is employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Daniels and
baby daughter, of New Bern, spent
the weekend here with Mr. and
Mrs. James Willis.
Mrs. Jimmie Lupton and two
children left Saturday for Missis
sippi. - Mrs. Sophia Lupton, Mrs. Charlie
Fcrrier and daughter, Beverly
spent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Dickinson at Core Creek.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Preston Bell, of
Morehead, were visitors here Sun
The word worsted, applied to a
firmly twisted yarn of long-staple
wool, combed in a certain way, is
derived from the name of an Eng
lish town where it was first made.
The town's name is now spelled
i Mrs. Earnest Watson and child
ren, Gertrude and Earnest,' Jr., of
Kinston, are here visiting Mrs.
Gertie Chadwick.. . . ' V
; Mrs. B. T. Watson and daughter,
Brenda Joyce are visiting with the
Boyds of South Boston, Va. '
' Mrs. L. J. Pinner and son, Joe,
Miss Idel Pigott and Claude
Springle, al of New Bern, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Da
' Mrs. Sammie Leffers and Betty
Lou returned home Sunday after
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spending some time in South Care
Mrs. E. R. Mclntruff and child
ren, of Culpepper, Va., are here,
spending with Mrs. Sielng White
hurst. . I :
' Audrey Davis, of Morehead City,
spent Sunday with her parents, MK
and Mrs. Julian Davis.
- The Bible Study Class '
Straits-Gloucester, met with Mr
Bertie Chadwick. Mrs. Dixon,!
very good Bible student, makes
these meetings, not only interest
ing, but very educational. , , t .
Mrs. Margaret Johnson and Vi
vian Chadwick was a visitor in
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