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I arolya Fulchr, Society Editor
V Lt. and Mrs. Adam Metz and
children spent the weekend in At
""Mr. William Fort motored here
on Saturday and was accompanied
bgck to Wake Forest orr Sunday by
Mrs. Fort who has been spending
some time here.
Bobby Safrit is visiting his
grandmother, Mrs. Hdnry Faison,
Mrs. J. C. Carpenter has return
ed to Gastonia after spending sev
eral weeks with Mrs. R. W. Safrit,
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Osmundson,
pf Detroit, Mich., were recent
guests of Mr. and Mis. W. E.
Udair. While here they attended
he Adair-Pearson wedding in Jack
sonville on Saturday.
Mis. J. C. Neal, of Richmond,
IVa., is visiting Mrs. Larry Moore.
Mrs. Kenneth Burgwin, of Wil
mington, is visiting Mrs. Robert
Mrs. Odell Merrill and Miss Jane
Eafrit are visiting in Mount Gilead.
Miss Louise Morse and Mr. Ro-
jert Hess, of Washington, D. C,
spent the week end with Misses
Vliklred, Ada and Ethel White
lurst. They were accompanied
lome by Mrs. Ed Morse who has
been visiting her nieces.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Potter, Mrs. I
ftOim Noe. Mrs. (Vtis Jprfer: n. '
pnd Misses Ada, Ethel and Mild
red Whitehurst and Mrs. Gehr-.
mann Holland attended an Eastern i
Star meeting in Washington, N. C.
pn Monday evening.
Mrs. W. A. Neul. of New Bern,
(spent Monday with her sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ritter. of
Norfolk, Va.,. will arive this week
fend to visit the C. S. Maxwells and
Ihe Phil Thomas".
Miss Addie Carrow Thomas will
return home this week end from
Norfolk, Va., where she has been
spending several days.
Mrs. Phil Thomas returned home
Elonday from Norfolk, Va., where
he attended the Neal-Coffer wed
ding on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stamley and
Son, Bruce, and Miss Millie King
prill spend the weekend with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wish am
land son, Richie, of Atlantic Beach,
iFM.. are the house guests of Mr.
"and Mrs. Crip Jones.
imlfr. Tom Carrow, of Philadel
phia, Pa., is spending some time
T.HHo J.irlri Npl iinHm-went a
nonsillectomy at Dr. Sidbury's Hos
pital in Wilmington last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gaskill return
ed home Saturday from Philadel
phia, Pa., where Mr. Gaskill was
I delegate to the Republican Con
Mr. Charles Newbern, of Golds-
Iboro, was the week end guest of
(Mr. and Mrs. James Mason, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Davis and
(Miss Elizabeth Davis spent Monday
Mrs. Wilinm Eads, of Cliff, Nev
(Mexico, arrived Wednesday t(
pend the summer with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Man
Russell K. Wasson, chief engine
(man, USN, husband of Mrs. R. K
Iwasson of Route 1, Beaufort, ar
rived Sunday in Newport, R. I.
kboard the destroyer USS Johnston
after a three-month cruise ir
Northern European waters.
Mrs. T. 0. Osmundson andf son
Wilbur, left yesterday to return to
Portsmouth, V., after visiting; Mr.
land Mrs. W. E. Adair V
B.'J. May, president-elect of
Beaufort Rotary club, - returned
yesterday from the Rotary conven
er! at Wrightsville Beach.
Jack Oakley will return tomor-
ow from Wilmington. He left
Mist Caroline S. Sclater. of
Richmond. Va.. neice of Mrs. N
Ennett. will arrive Friday
nn(f pdi1 .; b
Mrs. ensett of Front St.
laser Virginia Drew and Elea
nor McCarthy, of Richmond, will
motor down for a visit with Df.
and Mrs. Ennett at their summer
(ottage, Borden Lodge, on Bogue
5 ound near Swansboro. v ,
Claude Carrow and Thomas H.
Carrow, of Philadelphia, are visit
iiig their sister, Mrs. Lutie Jones.
MM Battle Balle Greataaffl. of
Richmond, a recent visitor of the
Bnnetts, returned to her home
Tnesday, ,U, ,, ,
Carol and Sara onea. daughters
ol Mr: and Mrs, Bet Jones left
Sunday for Camp Traillee, th Girl
Scout camp near Goldsborov Sara
will return home next Sunday,
while Carol will sta at eamp for
Mr. and Mrs. William Roy Ha
milton, Jr., were called to Nor
folk Thursday to attend the fune
ral of his grandmother, Mrs, W. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mathias. of
Currituck, N. C. and Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Boley and two children, of
Baltimore. Md.. were the weekend
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rus
sell. Mrs. Ed Davidson and son, Paul,
returned home the first of this
week from Wilmington where Paul
had born a patient at Dr. Sidbury's
Miss Lena Duncan will return
this weekend from Murphy where
she has been visiting Mrs. Case.
Jack and Beth ' Roberts spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. F. Eure.
Mrs. Emma Mumford. Raleigh,
who has been visiting Mrs. Bruce
Edwards, was taken to the hospi
tal, Morehead City, Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doudera
Rutherford, N. J are visiting Mrs
Bruce Edwards. Mrs. Doudera is
Mrs. Edward's sister.
1 1 a quiet wedding ceremony at
the home of the bridegroom's
cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Augustim
finer. Jr., in New Bern, Miss F.lsii
Mae I'arnoll, daughter of Mr. am
Mrs. Alvin Virance Parnell o
Washington, N C, became tlv
'iride of Joe Safller Morton, son o'
Mrs. Carl Ihckburn Morton and
the late "Mr. Morton, of Hailowe
tn Saturday evening, June 2(i a
7:30 o'clock. Rev. Thomas W. Fry
er of the First Baptist church, New
Kern, using the double ring cere
mony. The home was beautifully deco
rated, using white gladioli, ever
green and fern, carrying out the
bridal motif of green and white.
The bride who was given in mar.
riagc by Augustine Piner, Jr.,
wore a street length dress of white
silk poplin with the new torso and
a tely dainty little bustle in the
batk.HczJeil.otlllusion fell frorfi
a teara of seed pearls. She car
ried a white prayer book centered
with white carnations.
Hor only attendant was Miss
Patricia Morton, sister of the bride
groom, who wore a lovely dress of
blue crepe, with white accessories,
and carried an arm bouquet of
roses and stephonotis.
Bill Scofield of Hyatsvilie, Md.,
brother-in-law of the bridegroom.
was nest man.
The men all wore white carna
Mrs. Morton attended the Au
rora High school and for the past
two years she has been employed
at Cherry Point.
Mr. Morton left Beaufort High
school to enlist in the Navy where
he served three years with over
seas service. Before his marriage
he was n school at Cherry Point
Marine Air Station.
Immediately following the cere
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Augustine
Piner, Jr., entertained the wedding
party and close relatives. The two
tiered wedding cake was cut by
the bride and groom and then was
served by Mrs. Robert McGregor
who was assisted in serving ice
cream and cake by Mrs. Augustine
A moving picture was' made of
he wedding ceremony and cake
cutting. Because of recent be
reavement in Mr. Morton's family
inly members of his family were
The bride's going away dress
vas of printed blue and black
crepe, with an off-of-face hat and
vhite accessories. Her corsage
vas of white carnation.
After a short wedding trip Mr.
md Mrs. Morton are residing at
he noma of his mother.
Miss Beatrice Williams arrived
Saturday, June 26th to spend a
week with her mother.. Mm. AnnU
Williams. Miss Williams is employ
ed at the Bell Telephone company
n Philadelphia, Pa.,
Mrs. Virginia Eshma and two
:hildren, of Philadelphia, are visit
ing Mrs, Esbma's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Dave S. Williams for a few
Mrs. Thurman Styron and daugh
ter,. Betsy Carol, of Wilmington,
Delaware, arrived Saturday to
spend an Indefinatet period with
Miss Elizabeth Myers. -
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garrish,
Jr. and two children, of Wilming
ton, Del, and their cousin, Mrs.
Annie Jane Garrish, of Philadel
phia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gar
rish's parents and relatives. ..
i Miss Helena Luby and Miss Bee
Bee To! son spent Friday in Hat
teras, visiting Miss Luby son, Mr.
Lonnie Burrua, Jr. ; ., ' iV ...
Mr. and Mrs. ALGasklns and son,
Stan arrived Saturday from Wil
mington, DeL.They are visiting Mr.
Gaskins'gs pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Caskins. Mr, Gas kins will return
Beautiful in every detail was the
afternoon weddin Saturday which
united Miss. Geraldine Pearson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fane
Wright Pearson, and Glenn How
ard Adair, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William E, Adair, Sr. of Beaufort.
The" Vows were said at 3:30
o'clock at the Jacksonville Baptist j
Church with the Rev. L. Grady
Burgess, pastor, using the single
ring ceremony. Potted palms and
fern with standing baskets of white
gladioli and candelabra with burn
ing cathedral tapers decorated the
A .program of piano music which
preceded the ceremony included
the numbers "Romance" by Ru
benstein, "Meditation" from Ta
bis, and "To A Wild Rose" bby
McDowell. Mr. Guy Smith, soloist
from Beaufort, sang "Because" and
the traditional wedding marches
were played. Mrs. Virginia Howe
Hassell of Beaufort was pianist.
The bride, who wore a formal
afternoon pown of white organdv
fashioned with a scalloped neck
line and cap sleeves and full skirt,
was given Th marriage by her fa
ther. She wore a wreath of ste
phonitis in her hnir and carried
a white nravAr honk tnnneri with
anftanific a rwl dwtti, nrAl with ... t
i. . v. . .,,,.- .. 1 v i 1 1 .... i i v .i nun ottr-
phonitis. Her only ornament was
a string of pearls, a gift of the
Miss Henrietta Crist, of Jackson
ville, the maid of honor, was dress
ed in a pale yellow organdy off
shoulder model with matching pie
ture hat and mitts. She carried
an old fashioned boiiuuet of daisies
with a net fluting and streamers of
green. Miss Jean Sabiston, of
Jacksonville and Miss Joy Fen
Broome, cousin of the bride, from
Great Falls, S. C. were bride'
naids and wore dresses of ice
;reen organdy fashioned along the
ame lines as the maid of honor
They, too, wore picture hats and
arried bouquets of daisies with
lutings of yellow. Little Miss Rose
nary Adair, niece of the groom,
vas flower girl and wore yellow
rgandy with a picture hat and a
ouquet of daisies.
Dr. W. E. Adair. Jr.. of Erwin,
served his brother as best man and
whers were J. E. Adair of Beair
ort and R. B. Adair of Raleigh,
ilso brothers of the groom.
Mrs. Pearson, mother of the
'wide, wore a gown of grey eyelet
iter pink with pink and black ac-.
essories, pnd an orchid corsage. '
Mrs. Adair, mother of the groom,
was dressed in blue crepe with a
to Wilmington within a few weeks.
Mrs. Gaskins and son will wakei
their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hart and
son, of Richmond, Va., are visiting
Mrs. Harts' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lydia F. Williams and Miss
Maude Ellen Garrish returned
home Saturday from Kaleigh,
where they have been visiting their
aunt, Mrs. Rudolph Waller.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Johnson
and daughter, Eleanor from. Ra
leigh, are spending a few weeks at
the Wahab Hotel.
Miss Betty Jane Allen, of West
Virginia, is visiting her friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin O'Neal for
a period of three weeks.
Mrs. Hazel Beasley and daugh
ter, Joan, of Portsmouth, Virginia,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Burrus, Mrs. Beasley's parents.
Miss Mildred Garrish is visiting
her sister in Goldsboro, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. and two children,
of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
The class of the Willing Workers
met at the home of Mrs. T. W.
Howard, Thursday, June 14. for
tkeir monthly meetmf. Mrs. Doris
Garrish, president, opened the
meeting by reading the . Bible.
Eighteen members were nresent,
with one visitor, Mrs. Virginia
Austin. Refreshments served were
soft drinks and candy. It is sche
duled to meet at the church next
Dr. Charles J. Tilley held church
services in Portsmouth, N. C. Sun
day, June 27. Those from Ocraeoke
were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wahab
and son, Harold, Mr. Stanley Wa
hab, and Mr. and Mrs. Van Henry
O'Neal aqd son, Ronnie Van.
Mrs. Henry Ballance and daugh
ter and Mrs. Elisha Ballance spent
Friday and Saturday in Hatteras,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
O'Neal. v '
. Bert Williams, Jr., BM 2C,
USN, of Ocraeoke, N. C, and Miss
Eloiee Reid, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. T. Reid, of Jacksonville
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Bora D:23 Ecanly Shop
. "We Need Yen1 Bead la Oflr Busmen"
corsage of pink astors.'
Following the wedding, the
bride's parents entertained with
a reception at Pine Lodge. Guests
were presented to a receiving line
which included Mr. and Mrs. Pear
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adair,
Sr. and members of the wedding
The bride's table was covered
with a cloth of imported Irish li
nen and centered with an arrange
ment of white gladioli and carna
tions. A three tiered wedding cake
and white tapers in silver candela
bra completed the table appoint
ments. After the first slice of cake j
was cut by the bride and groom,
the cake was servrd by Mrs. W. ;
E. Adair, Jr., of Erwin, and Mrs. i
C. R. Broome of Great Falls, S. C.
Mrs. Harry Crist and Mrs. Pete
Cole served punch and were as
sisted by Miss Martha Nell West
moreland and Mrs. Dick Tallman.
Miss Martha Burton presided at
the bride's book.
Immediately following fhe reeep
tion, the bride and ?rowm left for
a trip to unannounced nnin's. Vo
going "way. Mrs. Adair chose a
summer cotton of blue with while
accessories and wore gardenias
from her wedding bouquet.-
Mrs. Adair is a "rnduate of thr
Woman's College of the University
of North Carolina and has been
employed by the Department o'
Public Welfare for the past year
Mr. Aduir. a recent fradnate ii
Aeronautical Emrineerin" at Stair
College, served as a Lieutenant ir
the Armv air corps during World
The eoim'e will mike their home
at Lnngley Field, Va., where Mr
Adair wil be connected wilh 1 1i
National Advisory Commission o'
The out of town quests who at
tended the weddin" and reception
were: Mrs. T. 0. Osmundson one'
son, Wilbur, of Portsmou'h. Va
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Osmundson. ol
Detroit, Mich ; f)r and Mrs. W F
Ad lir. Jr.. and daughters. Rosf
"v-ry -nd Ann. of Erwin- Mr. an'
Mrs. H. D Wood. R B. Adair. Mrs
Gaddy. Mr and Mrs. Oberdorfer
and son, Richie, and Mr. George
Armstrong of Raleigh: Mrs. Dcnisr
Garris and Mr. Joe Massey. of Nor
folk. Va: Mrs. M. S. Snow'den, Mrs.
II. G. Loft in. Mrs. Sterling Ram
sey, Mrs. John Brooks. Mrs. Cecil
Brooks. Mrs. Eva Bravaldo. Mr. T
H. McQunid. Mrs. J. E. Adair. Mis?
Hildred Carraway, Miss Joyce
Johnson, Dick Parker and Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Adair, all of Beaufort.
Beach, Florida, were married in
Georgia June 16.
Congratulations, to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry O'Neal on tlje arrival of
their eighth son. This, nine pound
baby bov arrived Saturday morn
ing. at 2:30.
Coast Guard suffered nnothei
defeat, Sunday. June 27. when the
Island boys walked off with a score
of 6 to 7. The Coast Guard has lost
four games out of five that were
played this season. Hey! Coast
Guard, what about that motto of
yours "Always Rough and
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ed, is now in the midst of an in
tense radiofication plin for the
whole nation. More than 7.OU0J1OM
"radio points'', including wired
speakers and regida- lube receiv
ers, are functioning in listeners'
homes and millions :nore are plan
ned In the next few years. Listen
ers pay a small listeners tax.
S 14 MRS. $37.79
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The wedding of Miss Bettle Tho
mas Ward, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus W. Ward, and William
James Motes, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Motes of Wester
ley, Rhode Island, was solemnized
Saturday evening, June 20; at 7:30
o'clock at the Marlowe Methodist
church. Rev. J. M. Jolliff officiated
with the double ring ceremony.
The vows were spoken before
a background of palms and ferns
against which were baskets of
white gladioli with white tapers in
seven branch candelabra lighting
the setting. Tapers also were burn
ing in the windows.
Before ihe ceremony. Mrs. Hay
wood N. Harris, of Bachelor, ren
dered a program of nuptial musip.
She also accompanied Mrs. John
Hardison in the rendition of "Be
ciuse" by Gov Hardelot and 'Your
Eyrs Have Told Me So" by Blan
fuse. The tradional wedding
marches of Loheimrin and M 'n
delsshon were used f.ir 'he pro
cessional and recessional. The "Ro
sary" was played softly while the
vows were said.
Donald M.rrer. of Morehead
Cily. acted as best man. Thomas
Ivey Taylor and John Tuttle Ilard
:sty were ushers.
Mrs. Donfld Mercer w.'S m:.tron
if honor. She wore a pink dress
of summer sheer crepe with white
accessories. She caried an arm bou
quet of white '.'tndioli.
The bride entered with her fa
ther who i'ave her in marriage. She
wore a white suit of gabardine and
icr hat was small wilh a veil She j
carried a prayer honk wilh an or- ;
chid on top. Her only ornament !
was a double string of pearls the '
gift of the groom. j
The bride's mother wore a navy
crepe dress with white accessories
and her corsage was of pink roses. I
Mrs. Clyde S. Taylor, aunt of
the doom, wore a printed sheer
crepe with white accessories, her
corsage was of while carnations
Mrs. Motes graduated from
Beaufort High School with honors
in 1945 and since then has been
mployed at Cherry Point Marine
Mr. Motes attended schools of
Westerliy. Rhode Island. He was
n U. S. Navy for lour years and
for the last year has been employ
ed at Cherry Point Air Base.
After a wedding trip to unan
nounced points, Ihe coupl will be
at home in one of Clyde S. Taylor's
Before tobacco was discovered,
men of the Orient were smoking
;picy substances, myrrh and frank
Bicycle Shop ...
E. J. W.
carries a foil line of bi
cycle parts and accessories
and specializes in all typei
of repair work.
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Cake Culling Given For
Moles-Ward Wedding Parly
Miss Bettie Thomas Ward and
William James Motes, Jr. were
honored at a cake cutting Friday
evening, folowing their wedding re
hearsal, given by Mr. end Mrs. Ru
fus W. Ward, parents of the bride,
at their home.
Miss'Ward was presented a love
ly cors' ge of Hardenias.
A profusion of mixed summer
flowers decorated the living room.
An .-.rrancment of white bridal
flowers were used in the dining
room. The table covered with a
lace cloth was centered with the
three tiered wedding cake, topped
with a miniaiiire bride and groom,
flanked by white tapers in crystal
hot dors, streamers from the wall
were fastened at each corner of
the table with a bunch of garden
ias and ivy carrying out the bridal
Guests were greeted by Mrs.
Carlton Taylor and directed to
the dining room ny Mrs. Carlyle
Mrs Donald Mercer, ot More
head City, served the wedding
cake after the bridal couple had
cut the first slice.
Miss Delia Frances Taylor pre-
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1 sided at the punch bowl. Assisting
'in serving were Mrs. Randolph
j Hancock, of Mebane, Mrs. Vernon
Tolson, Mrs. F.rvin C. McLawhorn
ar.d Mrs. James L. Smith, Jr., of
Lime ice punch, bridal cakes,
nuts and green and white mints
were served to epproximately 75
guests including the wedding party
It Flowed Like Water
Lemonade flowed like waler at
the Beaufort police station Wed
nesday night, when the "club" at
ihe Station mixed five gallons of
the drink. I. N. Moore supplied the
lemon and sugar, Cooch Chadwick
the water am' Charlie Thomas pro
vided the cups. Chief of Police Wil
lis and Mr. Thomas served.
Take the plunge to good health with
the vitamins snd topics lliat your doclcr
prescribes. We stand ready to follow
ycur doctor's instructions lo the letter.
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Complete Drug Store Service
Front Street Beaufort
FRAKX LEONARD, Ilgr.
officer, yesterday attended the in
Dr. N. Thomas Ennett, health
an 'jura I ion of Dr. John W. R. Nor
ton, state health officer, st Ral
eigh. Dr. Norton succeeds Dr.
Carl V. Reynolds.
Tap and Ballet Classes meet
t 9:38 Wednesday and Friday
it Rt creation Center. Exrellent
nstiuclion. Enroll now so as
o be in next Dance Revue
Kates $6 month, ( lass at Red)
Theatre on Thursday and Sat
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