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Mrs. J. Michael Moran, Society
Miss Annie Morton has returned
home after spending a nNnth in
Mrs. Winfield Daniels and son,
Jimmy, of Charlotte and guests
spent last week at her cottage on
John Duncan, Jr., of Raleigh,
spent the week visiting his aunt,
Miss Lena Duncan.
Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Lrnncmcir,
and son, John, of Rochcllc, . 111.,
will leave this week for their home
after spending some time here vi
siting their son, Captain George
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dorrlcr and
daughter are visiting in Milwaukee,
Misses Phyllis and Diana Brit
ton, of Sclma, arrived yesterday
to spend a week visiting Mrs. Louis
Mr. James Moon and son, Jimmy,
of Alabama, arrived Thursday to
join his wife and daughter, M:iry
Dot, who have been spending the
summer visiting her mother, Mrs.
C. D. Jones, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Chilsolm,
of Wilmington, spent Sunday with
her father, Mr. Kd Martin.
Mrs. Hilda Peeling and Mrs. Mar
garet Flanagan, of York, Va., ar
rived yesterday to spend a week.
Mrs. Peeling is visiting her daugh
Arthur Lennox, of Corpus Chris
ti, Tex., arrived Sunday for the
funeral of his brother, Harold Len
nox which will be held this uftcr
noon at 3:30 o'clock.
Richard Whitchurst, of Wilson,
spent the weekend at home and
Paul-Laughton Vows Solemnized
n Formal Candlelight Ceremony
Miss Gloria Faye Laughton, I
daugter of Mr. and -Mrs. George
R. Laughton, of Beaufort, became
the bride of Harry Allan Paul, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Grayden M. Paul,
Sr., of Beaufort, in a double ring
ceremony at the First Baptist
Church Saturday evening at eight
o'clock. The Reverend Winfrey
Davis, pastor, officiated.
The formal ceremony took place
before a background o. pinejid
southern smilax interspersed with,
seven, 9, 7, and 5 branch candela
bra. The altar rati was draped in
white and festooned with southern
smilax while four floor baskets of
gladioli and white chrysanthe
mums enhanced the beauty of the
scene. The columns of the church
were also entwined with smilax
and pew markers were made of
white satin ribbon with carnations
A program of wedding music
was rendered by Mrs. Charles Has
sell, organist, and Miss Bettie Lou
Merrill, soloist. Mrs. Hassell play
ed "Clare de Lune" by Debussey,
"Through the Years," "Adoration"
by Borosky, "Canzonetta" by Hol
laender and "I Love Thee" by
Greig. Miss Merrill sang "Be
cause" and "At Dawning." "The
Lord's Prayer" was sung as the
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, Mr. George R.
Laughton. She wore an original
gown of candlelight duchess satin
, with a fitted bodice and sheer
yoke with a bertha embroidered
in seed pearls. The sleeves taper
ed to points over he hands. A
full gathered skirt extended into
had as his guest, Willie Braswell,
of Elm City.
Mrs. W. E. Adair returned home
Friday from Raleigh and Erwin
where she has been visiting her
sons, Braxton and Dr. W. E. Adair,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Adair, of
Langlcy Field, Va., spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adair.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Arrington
spent last week end at Williams
burg, Va., where they attended the
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Chadwick, of
Sarasoto, Fla., arc visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Gibbs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernicc Jones left
Friday to visit his relatives in Fort
Misses Emily Loftin, Gladys
Chadwick and Lessie Arrington,
spent last Tuesday in New Bern.
Five members of the Beaufort
fire department attended the re
cent firemen's convention in Fay
cttcville. They were Roma Willis,
Clayton Garner, Gilbert. Glancey,
Edward Brook and Douglas Arthur,
and Douglas Arthur.
Dr. N. Thomas Ennctt, county
health officer, will attend a meet
ing of the state health advisory
council in Raleigh Friday to discuss
the funds that the legislature will
be requested to appropriate for
local health work. The council
consists of health officers of 10
North Carolina counties.
Miss Rita Moore, R. N., of Nor
folk Marine Hospital, Norfolk, Va.,
spent Sunday with Mrs. John Dun
Norvic W. Day, U.
guardsman stationed at
spent with the weekend
family in Beaufort.
Norfolk, with his
of imported illusion and Chantilly
lace fell from a tiara of ruffled
illusion and lace. She carried an
old fashioned nosegay centered
with a mass of starlight roses bed
ded in off-white net surrounded
by sprays of slephonotis with gar
lands of tube roses tied with a
large bow and streamers of star
light satin ribbon. In the center
of the bouquet was a purple throat
ed orchid, -jf-- "
Mrs': "Bonner Willis, Jr., cousin
tit the bride, was matron of honor
and Miss Hildred Carraway, maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss
Anna Lou Laughton, sister of the
bride, Misses Joyce Johnson, Mar
garet Ann Paul, of Norfolk, Va.,
Mary Frazier Paul, sister of the
bridegroom, Mrs. Holden Ballou
and Miss Elolse Jones, college
roommate of the bride, of Oxford.
Miss Shelia Jane Laughton, sister
of the bride, was' a junior brides
The matron of honor, maid of
honor and bridesmaids wore iden
tical gowns of lilac taffeta fashion
ed with off-the-shoulder neckline,
a wide bertha with a bow on the
left shoulder, fitted bodice and
full, skirt. Their headdresses were
tiaras of matching taffeta and
they also wore short mitts. Their
bouquets were nosegays of small
yellow crysanthemums interspers
ed with gladioli, tube roses and
fern and tied with pastel multi
colored satin ribbon.
Grayden Paul, Jr., of Queens
Village, Long Island, N. Y., broth
er of the bridegroom, 'was the
best man and groomsmen were
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To Be Harried Tcacrrow
Miss Verona Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Dan
iels, who will be married tomorrow in Ann Street Methodist church
to Mr. James Earl Danicley of Elon, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Danicley of Burlington.
Miss Mildred Daniels will be her sister's only attendant, and
Mr. Howard Danicley of Burlington will be best man for his broth
er. Ushers will be Burton Daniels. Jr., brother of the bride, and
J. W. Blanchard of Burlington.
Miss Jeanne Meredith of Virgilina, Va., will be soloist at the
wedding ceremony, with Mrs. John Butler at the organ.
Dr. D. J. Bowden, dean of Elon college, will officiate at the
Miss Pauline Mason Given
Kitchen Shower Wednesday
Misses Lula Bell Dickinson, Do
rothy Taylor and Helen Simpson
honored Pauline Mason, bride-elect
with a delightful kitchen, shower
at the Core Creek Community
house at Core Creek Wednesday
Various contests were enjoyed
during the cvpning after which the
honoree opened her lovely gifts.
Refreshments served were block
ice cream with cakes.
you'll be smooth as butter.. . .
warm as toast . . .
;n CfiOtl )AU iuniors
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A tiny capelet of white pique pays t-
many o wft-jpoken compliment
to the feature of ' V-?p
A TYPICAL CAROLE KING GIRL "
in this one-piece plaid. Ih , bodice
It small, it skirt free and easy ...
what a wonderful any-oceasion . '
dress it isl The wool-and-rayon
plaid, CAROLE KING'S alone.
Junior sizes 9 to 15.
THE DRESS SHCDP
WE. APPRECIATE TOUK PATRONAGE ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Mason
requost the honor of your presence
to the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Frederick Earl Smith .
on Monday, the sixth of September
at six-thirty o'clock in the evening
Core Creek Community Church
Core Creek, North Carolina
No formal invitations are being
sent, but all friends of the bride
and groom are cordially invited to
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-' Mrs. W. L. House' " ?
"" requests the honor of your
. . presence ;;
at the wedding of her diughter ,
Margaret Fuller '
- , Pelham Thomas, Jones
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. First Baptist Church
-V Beaufort, N. C.
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' No invitations are being sent In
Carteret county." All friends art
cordially .invited. , , - ,
Mrs. Gerald Hill Honors r
Miss Blanche Saunders : :
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Mrs. James Mason and Mrs.
Frank H. Jordan . complimented
Miss Blanche Saunders with a crys
tal shower at the Mason Home op
Ann Street Friday evening front
8 until 10 o'clock.
' A lovely bowl of marigolds cen
tered the dining room table-while
WILL COHTINUE THROUGH THIS WEEK
Still Lots oi Bargains Wailing For You
Including Dresses, Skirts, Beach Wear, Sails, Blouses. Hostess
Coals, and all Casual and White Shoes. Original price lags on
all' garments. Pick your garment or shoes and lake 1-2 OIL
Sale Positively Ends Saturday, September 4
f w 1 - i I ' i i
FRANK LEONARD, Manager
tenia! were used throughout the
Refreshments served were pine
apple Jlce cream with cookies and
salted" nuts. -1
Miss Saunders received a lovely
white corsage and numerous gifts
of crystal in her pattern.
Crystal Shower Given
For Blanche Saunders
; Mrs. Gerald Hill entertained for
Miss BlancheSaunders at her home
on Front Street Friday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock.
: Fifteen friends of the young
Druie-eieci were present and en
joyea games oi Dingo onage.
The hostess served punch
cake and mints at refreshn
time. .'n,i;'V,-':.-ft!? c
Miss Saunders was given a lov
corsage of gladioli as well as a i
meat fork in her chosen pattern lot
. ' Mrs. Frank Jordan, ' a recent
bride, was also remembered wgb.
a lovely gift.
MOBE BEAUFOBT SOaETt,,',
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