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H i. ). Michael Moran, Society
Mrs. I. E. Pittman left Tuesday
to visit her sister, Mrs. Phillip
Nearing, at Hampton Beach, New
; Snow Holding, who has been em
ployed in the local bank, has left
to resume his studies at the Uni
versity of North Carolina.
; Dr. John Boll left Sunday for
the Veterans hospital, KecouHhtan,
Va after spending the past week
at the home of Mrs. C. B. Arthur.
B. Waclp, Sr., is visiting
Charles, in Winston-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Alford re
cently visited relatives in High
Mrs. II. P. Htlcv has returned to
Greenville, as a member of the
teaching staff at K. C. T. C.
Mrs. ,1. G. Bennett motored to
Louisburg Monday to take her son,
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J. G. who will attend college there
this winter. She was accompanied
by Mrs. A. H. McDonald and Mrs.
R. W. Wallace.
Harvey Hines, of Kinston, and
D. G. Bell spend last week at the
Hog Island Hunting club.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and
daughter, Carolyn spent several
days last week In Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Walter Davis, Jr., and
daughter, Betsy Ann, have return
ed from a visit with relatives in
Mrs. Clyde Willis returned home
last week from Misenheimer where
she accompanied her daughter,
Miss Gwendolyn Will's, who has
entered Pseissers Junior College
Mrs. Joe Smith, Mrs. Julius Nel
son, Sr., and Mr. Clyde Young
spent Monday in Greenville.
Miss Bcttie Joyncr, Mrs. Fred
Lewis and daughter, Frieda, and
Mr. T. H. "Jenkins and daughter,
Jean, of Beaufort, spent Tuesday
in New Bern.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hancock
and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hancock,
of Raleigh, spent last week end at
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Howard, of Ra
leigh, K. C. Krichofer, James
Little and Frank Thompson, of
Raleigh, were recent guests at the
Mrs. Weldon Fulcher left Tues
day to spend several (lays at Snow
Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Thompson
and daughter, Miss Corelta Thomp
son have movoed in their new
home on 1912 Shepard Street.
Mrs. Robert McDougall and Mrs.
Bill Mercness left Wednesday for
Norfolk and from there they will
continue to Philadelphia. They
here with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II. L. Joslyn.
Mr. Harold Sampson motored to
.Greensboro Tuesday. He was ac
companied by his daughter, Miss
Dorothy Sampson who is a member
of the senior class at Woman's
Mrs. Delia Dempsey, of Lake
Waecamaw is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
tfMrs. C. C. Brewea,. Jr., and chil
dren, C. C, lll,"and Pamela, will
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return from Minnesota this week
end where they have been spend
ing the summer.
Mr. A. J. Wagner has returned
to Oxford after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth' Wagner.
Mr. W. C. Carlton has been dis
charged from the hospital after re
ceiving treatment for seyera days.
Major C. P. Wieland is attend
ing school at Quantico, Va.
Mrs. J. C. Brewen will leave to
day to visit friends in Ohio and
from there she will continue on
to Kansas to spend an indefinite
period with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Suggs and
Mrs. William Bachelor and young
son will return to their home in
Greenville Monday after spending
the summer here.
Mr. aid Mrs. William Wade
have sold their home here and
moved to Jacksonville, Fla.
Mrs. Abie Styron has relumed
from Duham where she has been
receiving medical treatment for
the past two months.
Mrs. Gertie Wade is improving
following a recent illness.
The many friends of Mrs. Clyde
Roller will be interested to know
that she wil be living in Augusta,
Ga., for the next several years. She
is the former Miss Edna Hill of
Major Edward Smith and his
sister. Mrs. William Frazer, of
New Castle, Del., arrived at Beau
fort Airport Monday in Major
Smilh's plane to visit with their
Smith relatives in Morehead City.
While here they stayed with Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse C, Smith at 2012
Arendell St. They returned to
New Castle yesterday.
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Mrs. Wiley Smith entertained a
parly of friends from Goldsboro
at her home on Sunset drive Tues
day and Wednesday. Guests were
Mrs. Richard Griswold, Mrs. Paul
Garison, Mrs. George Bagley, Mrs.
M. H. Palmer and Mrs. C. B. Me
Nary. About 80.000.000 Americans en
gage in swimming or public bath
ing every year.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Law
rence, of Beaufort, announce the
birth of a son, Terry Cecil, in the
Morehead City hospital on Sept
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Baysden, of
Salter Path, announce the birth of
a' son, Dennis Perry, on.September
10, in the Morehtad City hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. James A.-Wilkins,
of Havelock, announce the birth
of a son, James Adams, Jr., in
the Morehead City hospital on
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Sewell, Jr.,
of Beaufort, announce the birth
of a daughter, Brenda Salter, on
September 11, in the Morehead
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Piner, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of a daughter, Sharon Louise, in
the Morehead City Sospital on
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Smith, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of a son, Douglas McArthur, on
September 14, in the Morehead
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Saunders,
of Atlantic, announce the birth of
a daughter, Clarissa Elaine, in the
Morehead City hospital on Sup
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Lewis, of
Morehead City, announce the
birth of a son, Dannie Baker, in
ti'o Morehead City hospital on
Pikes Peak was named after Lt.
Zebulon M. Pike, who discovered
it in 1806.
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Miss Mary Ann Turnage, daugh
ter of Mrs. Joe Turnage and the
late Mr. Turnage, of Morehead Ci
ty, and Samuel Ray Bailey, Jr., son
of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Bailey, of
York, Penn., were married in a
quiet ceremony at the bride's
home, ISOLArendell Street, on Sat
urday' evening at "eight o'clock.
Rev. W. D. Caviness, pastor of the
Franklin Memorial Methodist
Church performed the double ring
The bride wore a street-length
dress of slate gray fashioned with
a harlem skirt and her shoulder
corsage was a purple orchid.
Mrs. Lester Turnage, sister-in-law
of the bride, was attired in
The bridegroom chose Lee Hull,
of New Jersey, as his best man.
Mrs. Bailey is a graduate of the
Morehead City High School.
Mr. Bailey recently graduated
from the Morehead City Techni
cal Institute and is now employed
at the shipyard in Newport News,
Va., where the couple are making
Out-of-town guests here for the
wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Oli
ver Turnage, of New Bern.
In 1947. about 20.000 people
travelled to the top of Pikes Peak i
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Miss Rose is a member of the Dance Masters of America,
having passed its rigid examination in tap, ballet, and ballroom.
This year local dance pupils will study straight thru the winter
and present in early May (before the rush of other activities) a
beautiful formal recital.
Registration Saturday, Sept 18 or first Sat. after school
starts. At old U.S.O. in Morehead 10 a.m. and Legion Hut Beau
fort 2 p.m. for old and new pupils. Classes same day.
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Mrs. Roland Farmer, of New
port, was discharged Wednesday.
Mrs. George Smith, of Atlantic
Beach, was discharged Wednesday.
Mrs. Habbi Russell, of Newport,
was discharged Wednesday.
Mrs, Frank E. Moran and in
fant son were discharged yestert
Mr. James W, Pittman, US.c.Q.
of Fort Macon, was admitted Wed
nesday for treatment.
Mrs. William H. Burgess, of
Arendell Street, was admitted
Wednesday night for a minor ope
ration on Thursday.
Mrs. Davits, Styron, of Morehead
City, Was discharged Wednesday.
Mrs. Kilby Haskett and infant
son, of Newport, were discharged
Mr. Louis Hibbs, of Newport, was
admitted yesterday for a minor
Mr. Otis C. Edwards, of New
port, was admitted yesterday.
Mrs, Clayton Fulcher, Jr , of At-
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Mrs. Marguerite Hussey, of Beau
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