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TlSDAY, AUGUST il, 1MI ;
CAftTZSET COWTTT NIW9-IIMES, MOMREAd'TT AND BEAtrntTNTc,
f ac rrft
f'llMn. J. Michael Mann. Knrlol
Phwse M 4781
and Mrs. G. A. Aspenburg, J Arthur attended the Lost Colony
I., are spending
ev. J. B. Willis ami daughter,
! 'Meriam Willis, of Hamlet,
spent the weekend at the Jefferson
ft VIM avuttlgaiv ailU DUU VraiUl,
1 Durham, spent the weekend
at Manteo last week.
irs. Beryl Lipscomb left Satur-
Say for her home in Orlander, Fla.,
iter visiting her father, Paul
iftlr. and Mrs. Bryan Arthur left
aturday for Miami, Fla., after vi
sing Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor.
Mr. Louis Norris, Miss Madeline
Royal and Floyd Lewis attended
a Western Union meeting In Kins
ton Thursday evening.
Rev. and Mrs. Hnrvev Davis
Harve Jr., Graham, and Jean Da
vis, of Littleton and Miss Sue King
of Essex were the euests of Rev.
and Mrs. L. A. Tilley last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sampley, of
Durham, spent the weekend with
Mrs. Sampley's parents, Rev. and
Mrs, L. A. Tilley.
Registered Nurses to Meet
The Registered Nurses Club of
Mrs. I. E. Pittman and children, i Carteret County will hold its
n and Elbert, returned home i mommy meeting weanesaay, tepi-
tinday nifht after spending sev-
rol days with her father in Kenly.
Mrs. D. G. Bell and Mrs. C.
ember 1. at 7 o'clock at the Fort
All nurses are urged to be pre-
B. i sent for the dutch dinner.
Given for Mrs. Chas. Willis
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:".im. Eddie Caddell, Misses Lorna
Blaloclrand Edith Davis compli
mented Mrs. Charles Willis, a re
cent bride, with miscellaneous
shower at the Civic Center on
Thursday evening at eight o'clock.
Approximately thirty five friends
were- present for the occasion and
njoyed games of bingo during the
'Delicious refreshments of cokes
with Individual block cakes and
nuts and mints, were servd from a
beautifully appointed table covered
W.UU an.iinported cloth with a cen-
Serpieoe 6f love birds flanked by
;reenery.'. White tapers in crystal
tandlebolders were also placed on
the table while wedding bells hung-l
6ver- the table with white stream-
j ers flowing to the corners of the
Mrs. Willis was given a lovely
corsage of pink roses and silver
in her chosen pattern by the hos
tesses) as Well as many other attrac
tive gifts from the others present.
Mrs. Joe Hall, another recent
bride, was also honored with a
pink rose corsage and silver in her
Floating Bridge Pub Meets
With Mrs. Joe Smith
Mrs. Joe Smith entertained Hie
Floating Bridge Club at her home
on Wednesday afternoon at 1
At the conclusion or pay Mrs.
W. A. Rowland, Jr., was declared
high score winner and received a
plastic ' a or On ard dress hangers
Second hinh a set of ash trays and
a relish dish, went to Mrs. Eloise
Aspenburg and guest h?gh, also a
relish dish, was won by Mrs. Clyde
Young. Mrs. Gene Hessee n the
deuce prize, salt and pepper shak
ers. Refreshments were banana splits
and during play the hostess served
cokes with nuts and candy.
This Fall Well Take Care of Them All
COIiniG or GR0VI1IG
We're growing too. No wonder! With everything from
Layette Shop to Teen Shoop on one Street Floor. '
With biggeMhrti ever tetecttoitft ofcod. clotfiei in,a.very
price bracket all good values and all arranged so just one
saleswoman can show you all you wish to see,
And you can use our Lay-Away Plan!
Miss Marguerita Yeutter. gnnd-
! dnchter of Mrs. Alfred Renaudet
I of Now Iberia, La., became the
ii-ide of Dr Alvati L. Hamilton,
i Jr., of Morehead City, in an in
formal ceremony on Saturday
nwiin". Aumi'it ?1, at 11 o'clock
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al
vah Hamilton, parents of the
eroom; with only members of the
f.mily attending. The double ring
ceremony was performed by the
! Reverend John H. Bunn. pastor of
the Kirst Baptist Church.
The bride and groom entered
the living room together where
the vows wore spoken before an
improvised altar of pine and mag
nolia flanked on either side by till
baskets of white gladioli and fern
and lighted by seven barnch can-
The bride wore in origin-l suit
of mauve cashmere with an im
I ported handmade Mouse and black
I accessories and a corsage of or
I chids.' Her only ornament was an
! heirloom diamond pendant from
her maternal grandmother.
Following the ceremony a buffet
luncheon w:s su'ved in the dininu
loom. The table was covered with
a handmade lace cloth centered
with a crystal bowif bridal white
flowers and lighted tapers in silver
Immediately afterwards the
bride and groom left on their wed
ding trip for unannounced points.
On their return Dr. and Mi v
Hamilton will bo at home at 304
South 15th street.
dining room. There a crystal Iwwl
of lime punch centered the lace
covered table. It was surrounded
with ivy and yellow- flowers and
was flanked' by yellow tapers m
crystal holders. Cake and mints
further carried out the color
scheme of yellow and green. As
sisting in serving were Mrs. Bill
Taylor of Bachelor, Mrs. Tommy
Russell of Morehead City, Mrs. Jer
ry Tenny of Morehead City, and
Mrs. Gerald Woolard of Beaufort.
Around 100 guests called during poured from
Miss House has been compli
mented with other parties during
the past two weeks. On August
18 Mrs. Jesse Staton, Mrs. B. L.
Jones, and Mrs. Wyon Lewis en
tertained with a miscellaneous
shower at the home of Mrs. Leslie
Davis of Live Oak Street. Follow
ing appropriate games, lime punch
and pink iced, cake were served
from an attractive summery table
covered with, a "shell pink cloth
and lighted with green tapers. The
gifts for the ho.oree were then
brought in a white basket entwined
On Thursday, Mrs. Howard Jones
and Miss Carrie Lee Jones gave
a kitchen shower at the Jones
home attended by twenty .guests
from Beaufort and Marshallherg.
Following several games of bingo,
the bride-to be opened her gins.
Cake, mints, nuts, and cold dri.iks
On Thursday evening the 26th.
Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs. Alfred
Wallcnce entertained with a mis
cellaneous shower in M.irshallberg
attended by som- fifty friends from
Beaufort and Murshallberg. Again
bingo was played e.fter which a
wealth of ijifts was brought in a
large basket attractively draped
with white and decorated with
greenery. Guests enjoyed the ho
norees exclamations of apprecia
tion es she opened each. They
were then taken to the dining room
where three tiered wedding cake
and ice cream, mints and nuts were
served from n lace covered table
given added beauty by the arrange
ments of white Pladioli and zinnias.
Assisting the hostesses in serving
were Mrs. Margaret Moore and
Mrs. Giant Lewis both of Marshall-berg.
and 1 introduced to the receiving
line by Mr. and Mis. M. Leslie Da
vis. The receiving fine was com
posed of the hosts, parents of fie
bridegroom, the bridal couple and
members of the bridal party.
The bridal cake, which was plac
ed on a reflector on the cream
linen and Quaker lace cloth cover
ed table, was served by Mrs. Alice
LaiioMfMv aunt of the bride, aft
er the first slice had been cut by
the bridal eouole. Punch was
either end of the
table by Mrs. Ottis Jefferson and
Mrs. Earl Taylor. Lighted tapers
in cryst 1 candelholders and mints
and nuts in silevr compotes were
also cttractively arranged on the
I Southern smilax palmcttas, and
pine with gladioli and glowing
Whie candles were used through
out the hut and gave a festive air
to the occasion.
! Miss Beltie Lou Merrill pr'esid
ed over the bride's book and the
; honorary bridesmaids assisted in
serving the refreshments.
Following the reception the
, bridal couple left for a wedding
trip to unannounced points. For
traveling the bride changed to a
suit of green gaberdine with brown
accessories and wore the orchid
lifted from her bridal bouquet.
Mrs. Paul is a graduate of the
Beaufort High school and receiv
ed her Bachelor of Science degree
in June from the Woman's College
if the University of North Caro
lina. Mr. Paul is also a graduate. of
the Beaufort High school and at
tended Mars Hill Junior College
for two years. He received his
Bachelor of Science degree from
the University of North Carolina
this spring. During World War
II Mr. Paul served two years with
the United States Navy with the
rank of ensign. At present the
couple are residing in Norfolk
Va., where Mr. Paul is associated
with the Western Auto Supply Co.
Out oi low) guests here for the
editing were Mr. and Mrs. Gray
Jen Paul, Jr., Mrs. C. E. Everett
!indmolher of the bride, of
Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Jones, of Oxford, Miss Nancy
Hope, of Charlotte, Miss Alice Mc
ilvaiy, of .lonesboro, Richard
Smith, ( f Charlotte, Miss Margaret
rvson, of Furmvillo, and Miss
Eloise Jones, of Oxford.
Among the many pre-nuptial
courtesies shown the young cou
ple was a luncheon given by Mrs.
Paul, Sr., at the Inlet Inn on Sat
urday for members of the wedding
party and out-of-town guests.
Englishman Terms Island
SYDNEY r(AP) An outspok
en Englishman says he is on his,
way back to London to tell the
Colonial Office that administration
in the Solomon Islands "is rotten,
impossible, and criminal." The
critic is Coleman Porter, a former
director of education for the is
lands. He resigned this year.
1 The island authorities, Porter
-ays, are more concerned with the
dignity of their position, the life
of ease, and their future pensions,
rather than the betterment of the
island people and the rehabilita
tion of the area, Porter says, he
had letters of complaint signed by
missionaries, officials, planters,
and business men to present to the
Co-nie Mack, 86 year-old owner
and manager of the Philadelphia
Athletics, hs participated in more
than 10,000 baseball games as 4
player or manager.
N Family Reunion
Due to Polio
The Tolson Family Reunion
which is usuallv scheduled for the
Sunday before Labor Day on Bogue
Sound will not be held this year
due to polio.
Miss Margaret House
Feted at Several Parties'
Mrs. William W. Arrington en
tertained at a delightful tea Satur
day afternoon from four to six ho
noring Miss Margaret Fuller House
whose marriage to Pelham Thomas
Jones of Marshallherg will be so
lemnized Saturday evening. Sept
ember 4, at the Beaufort Baptist
The Arrington home was lovely
with baskets of dahlias and zinnias
used throughout. Guests were
greeted by the hostess who was as
sisted in receiving by the .bride to
fce, her mother, Mrs. W. L. House,
Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mrs. Al
fred Wallence of Marshallherg,
mother and sister of the groom,
Mrs. C. J. Honeycutt of Durham,
and Mrs. Jesse Staton of Wake
Miss Carrie Lee Jones Invited
guests to sign the Brides Book af
ter which they were directed to the
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis
Honored on Anniversary
Mrs. Hilda Bertram honored her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Lewis, Marshallherg,
with a loVely party celebrating
their second wedding anniversary
at the Bertram home in Marshall
Around 25 couples, friends of
the young couple enjoyed an eve
ning of bridge, bingo, and danc
inc. Refreshments served were cake
decorated in bridal white and pink
with grape punch. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis cut the cake which was plac
ed on lovely white lace cloth cov
ered table centered with a bowl of
pink and white gladioli and ivy.
Glowing tapers threw a soft light
throughout the house and attrac
live arrangements of summer
flowers were used for decoration:;
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Georee Lauuhton, Jr., brother of
the bride, 'jack Barnes, Albert
Chappell, Milton Laughton. broth
er of the bride, Dave Hill, Dick
Parker and Clay Casey of Mount
Little Miss Doris Phillips, of
Morehead City, was flower girl.
She wore a gown of white heavy
brocaded satin with a head band
of white roses and carried a satin
covered basket of rose petals
which she scattered in the bride's
Honorary bridesmaids were
Misses Nancy Hope, Esther B.
F'odrie, Alice McGilvary, Patsy
Ruth Hill, Margaret Tyson, and
Mrs. Brooks Lyles and Mrs. Gray
den Paul, Jr. They wore floor
length gowns of pastel.
Mrs. Laughton, mother of the
bride, wore a -dinner gown of
bronze crepe decorated with
rhinestones and she wore a
shoulder corsage of cympidium.
Mrs. Paul, the bridegroom's
mother, a floor length model of
green marquisette trimmed with
sequins and a corsage of
Immediately after the ceremony
the bride's parents entertained at
the American Legion hut at a re
ception for the members of the
tridal party, out-of-town guests
tnd friends. Guests were greeted
l rm '.J
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