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PEACETIME- USE OFME-2 tlAi,
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Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rigsby and
mother, Mrs. Annie Rigsby of New
Bern visited in the community
Sunday. . ; --,x.
Mss Sallie Ives returned to her
I home in Raleigh Sunday after a
I week a visit with Jeane Carole Tay
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith and
son, of Reidsville, N. C, and Miss
Irene Smith, of Raleigh, spent sev
eral days with their mother Mrs.
Mrs. R. W. Haskins and daugh
ter, Mrs. Joe Becton, of Maysville,
visited Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Taylor
last week. .
Mrs. F. S. Becton an dson, Ad
rian visited her mother, Mrs. John
Boyd in New Bern last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mathis and
sister, of New Bern, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Boyd, of New Bern, vi
sited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith
Marshall Taylor and Mrs. Mc-
Peek and two sons, Gordon and
Kenneth, of Flemington, N. J.,
I spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
I J. A. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Taylor and
son returned to their home in
Newport News, Va. Monday after
a week's visit with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ball and
Misses Jean Carole Taylor and Sal
lie Ives were in Beaufort Saturday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Elliott, of
High Point, spent last week with
Miss Estelle Elliott.
Mrs. H. N. Harris an dsons, Bil-
lie and Denard spent last week in
New Bern with her mother, Mrs.
D. H. Gaskins.
Mrs. A. H. Tallman, of Beau
fort, RFD, and her guests, Mrs.
Andrews and daughter, Lois and
Mrs. Minnie Parker and two child
ren, of Newport News, Va., spent
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmo
Miss Sheila Kaye Smith visited
her aunt, Mrs. Frank Wall in Ra
leigh, last week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Duke and
son, of Kinston, visited Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Taylor last week.
The Home Demonstration club
met at the church Thursday after
noon. SOUTH RIVER
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hardy and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Monnie
Norman and children went to Sta
cy Sunday afternoon and visited
Mrs. Mary Willis, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Mason and went to a bap
tims. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Stone and
daughter, Barbara and Bonnie Rae
Taylor, of Durham, spent the week
end and the Fourth of July with
Mr. and Mrs. Rone Wallace.
Mrs. Sadie Taylor, of Sealevel,
is spending this week with her sis
ter, Mrs. Willie Pittman. Her son
William brought her Saturday.
Miss Marie Cannon is spending
this week at Gloucester with her
cousin, Ethel Eubanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Eubanks
and son, Joshua, of Gloucester,
spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Tosto and
his mother, Mrs. Ruth Eubanks.
Mrs. Linzie Cannon visited Mrs.
Nannie J. Pittman awhile Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee Guthrie
and son, Sam, of Harkers Island,
spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pittman.
Mr. Berkeley Lewis spent part
of last week at Oriental with his
aunt, Mrs. Jimmie Pittman.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hardy, and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Luke
Lewis Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morriss and
Mr. and Mrs. Hortoise Morriss and
children of Atlantic spent Sunday
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RSnXT X3I r HNAaaAL loss:
nil (wise to moot kind.
John L Cramp
. REAL ESTATE
' 123 Anndell St
V Morehead City .
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with Mn. Nannie J." Pittmanarid
mother,' Mrs.v Lizzie 'Tosto.'
Mr. and Mrs.. Dewey Guthrie and
son, Jimmie, of Beaufort, spent
the weekend with Mr, and Mrs.
Elijah Dixon, They went on a fish
ing trip on the: river short; i Vx :
Mrs. Joe Blake' and' children,
Frances, Ella, Carroll and George
Allen, of North River, spent Sun
day with ' her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Eubanks. ; . ': . -; V. " -V.
Miss Janice Norman spent Sun
day night with Kathleen Hardy. "
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Simpson and
children, pf Morehead, spent Mon
day at South River fishing.
Mrs. Reuben Wallace visited
Mrs. Willie Pittman Thursday af
ternoon. Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Cannon,
of Cherry Point, are spending
their two weeks vacation with his
mother, Mrs. Lina Cannon.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cannon
and children spent a while with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Pittman Friday night.
Mr. Edward Courtney has gone
to Florida to get a crew to work
in the pulpwood. Hope he has good
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IBB IS THE PICTOBE
aZS. July 12-13-14
ADMISSION - 50c - Tax Included
Uc Hope You ULU Enjoy All The Facilities
! 0! Our Airport Once Again!
LYlih Csi!ross Try -Kew
Cebrs lor Trains s
LONDON (AP) -If Britons
hwant , their ' newly-nationalized
trains daubed with plum and spilt
inilk paint, it's OK with the rail
road. They can even have some
nice bright maroon lined with
golden yellow-black-golden .yellow
(That's paint, too.)
: It's all part of a scheme to' dis
cover what colors the public likes
best British Railways says: "Dur-
SALARY AUD LIBERAL COMMISSION.
HOST HAVE OWN CAB.
Sea Boy Hamilton
CITY PJPPLIAliCE COIIPAIIY
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w 'lit vmvj
Y0O HAVE ASKED FOR
BIG DAYS 3
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uiK me summer mainline aw j
cross-country express services, will
be worked by trains painted in ex
perimental colors."' Sample treat
ment, for main-une corridor trains:
piuiil . hiiu spiii-inim uiieu Willi .
hands of vpllnw-maroon-vellow u-
paratcd by lines of spilt-milk.'
Express engines: "blue with lining V.
of red, cream and grey." Local
suburban steam trains: "marojra
lined with golden yellow-black