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j Jeaufort facial ffiim
mrs. j. Michael Moran, Society EdUor
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fleet r
Airned to Richmond, Va., yester
day after attending the funeral of
Mr. N. W. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Brewer,
and children, Elaine and Jimmy,
Of Siler City, returned home yes
terday after spending several day
With Mr. Brewer's sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Llovd Gillikin returned re
cently from Washington. D. C.
where her husband is enrolled in
the Lewis Hotel Training school.
Miss Mozelle Brewer, of Wins
ton-Salem, is visitine her nistpr
Mrs. Lloyd Gillikin, of Marshall
berg, prior to entering the Uni
versity of North Caroling this fall.
Miss Brewer is on leave of ab
sence. She is a public health
s)urse in Winston-Salem.
V Mrs. Hugh Caraway, Miss Hild-
rea Larraway and Mrs. Lottie
Adams spent last Friday and Sat
urday in Wilmington with their
sister, Mrs. N. M. Scott, who is
Mr. Ben Jones, of Newport,
spent the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Jones.
Mrs. T. A. Richards returned
home Wednesday from "Raleigh
where she underwent a medical
Mrs. J. G. Waters and daughter,
Frances have returned to La
Grange after spending a week
with Mrs. L. C. Davis. They were
accompanied home by Grady Wil
lis and Mrs. Winnie Mason for a
eek Bernice Jones drove them
there on his way to Raleigh.
Former Beaufori Resident
Marries In Charlotte
Peggy Piver is improved after
a recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dunn sDent
the week end in New Bern with
Mrs. Dunn's mother.
Dr. N. Thomas Ennett. countv
health officer, returned recently
from the funeral of Dr. James K.
Hall, eminent psychiatrist, in
Morganton, N. C.
In a simple ceremony conducted
Saturday afternoon, Sept. 4, at 4
o'clock by Dr. Claude U. Broach,
pastor of St. John's Baptist church
at his home on Sherwood ave.,
Charlotte, Miss Rosalie Houston
Simpson of Jacksonville, Fla., be
came the bride of Rex Hunter
Wheatley of Charlotte.
The bride and groom were at
tended by Mr. and Mrs. Charles II.
Wheatley and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
The bride wore a Jablow origin
al suit of cocoa brown with a
smoke haze Milgrim hat. She wore
brown lizard shoes with matching
bag, a beige blouse and gloves and
a brown orchid corsage.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Guy Houston, of
Jacksonville, Fla., and daughter-in-law
of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey L.
Simpson of Charlotte, parents of
'he late Aubrey Lee Simpson, Jr.
She received her education in the
Mr. Wheatley, formerly of Beau
fort, is the son of Mr. and Mis.
Raymond B. Wheatley of Wash
ington, and he was graduated from
N. C. State College with a degree
in construction engineering. He
is a member of the Jaycees, Char
lotte Engineers Club, Myers Park
Country Club and Reserve Offi
cers Association. He served in
the U. S. Army for four years and
was overseas for two and a hall"
years. When released from serv
ice he held the rank of lieutenant
Following the wedding cere
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Wheatley left
for a trip to Washington. D. C. and
New York. Upon their return, they
will make their home in the Alson
Court Apartments in Charlotte.
Wedding Date Set 4
Mr. nd Mrs. Pelham Jones left
Monday for Wake Forest. Mrs.
Jones is the former Margaret
Y. Z. Mason is spending sev
ral weeks in Washington, D. C.
Billy and Harrv Davis left
Tuesday for Wake Forest.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wade, of New
Bern, are spending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. (Pat) Skarren.
Miss Mattie Willis, of Moore
Street, has moved to a home on
the New Bern Highway in More
George N. Ennett. of Montreal.
IN. C. is visitine his hrnthpr. rr
Ji. Thomas Ennett, county health
l!. ft! : t, a w ...
umi-ci, iii oeaiuun. mr. cpneu
is a former resident of Beaufort.
Mrs. Robert Hudgins and Mrs.
C. A. Henderson spent Monday in
Charles W. Norcom nf Washing
ton, D. C, arrived in Beaufort
Wednesday afternoon to snend the
night with his mother, Mrs. Carrie
Norcom, en route to attend the
funeral of his brother in Columbia.
A contractor, he is a native of
Harvey Smith and C. G. Holland
attended the Shrner's convention
at Virginia Beach this week.
Six Attend District
I Wesley an Guild
! Misses Ada, Mildred and Ethel
wnuenurst, Miss Susan Rumley,
Mrs. John Butler and Mri. T. R.
Jenkins attended a district meet
ing of the Weslevan finllH In
Mrs. N. Campen Entertains
Wesleyan Guild Monday
Mrs. Neal Camoen was hostess
to the Wesleyan Guild at her new
home at Core Creek Monday eve
ning. Nineteen of the twenty members
were in attenadnce and hold the
regular business session followed
by a study of the book of Eccles
iastes presented by Mis. John
Butler and Miss Gladys Chadwick.
Ice cream with cake was served
at refreshment time.
Beaufort Boy Wins Radio
Herbert Prytherch, Jr., Beau
fort, won the radio given away
recently by Stariley Wainwright at
theiormal .opening of the Sound
Esso Service station, Arendell
Pikes Peak in Colorado is 14,
110 feet high.
We write practically
all forms of insurance
except life, in dividend
S. A. CHALK, JR.
First Citizens Bank Bldg.
. . . And it's lime again to think about
Junior's and Susie's class room needs. We
have them all from pen and pencil sets to
lunch boxes. Give them the materials
thai mate "A" student.
JOE HOUSE DRUG STORE
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; BEAUFORT, N. C.
Miss Ilildred ("arraway, rii-ii.-'h-ter
cf Mr. anil Mrs. !Iar;h T.
('arraway, of Beaufort, whose
marriage to Mr. Richard i'ark
er, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Parker, of Mount Olive, will be
solemnized on October 16 at 8
i. m. in the Ann Street Metho
Marshallberg M. E. Churcr
Represented at Guild Mee!
Mrs. Vcrno i. Mrs. Si.cn Moon
Mrs. Melvin Da"is. Mrs. Julia
Brown, Jr., attended th; distric
meeting of the Wesleyan Servic.
Guild held at Greenville Suiukn
September 12. at the Jarvis Mc
morial Methodist Church The;
represented the Wesley;in Serviei
Guild of Marshallberg Meihodis'
Church which was the first organ
ized in Carteret County.
Mrs. W. W. Diivis. of (Joldslvn-o
district secretary presided over the
meeting during which a prom-an-of
spiritual inspiration was ei
ioyed by all present. Following
the program everyone was invited
to remain for retreshments and e
tour of the Methodist Student
Center at E.C.T.C.
Announcement has been made
of the manage of Miss (Jcorgie
Mae Willis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ivcy Willis, of Beaufort, to
Clinton T. Lewis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas B. Lewis, of Harkcrs
Island, on Saturday. Septeuvx a u
The manage took place at I hi
parsonage of Free Grace Church
Markers Island. The Hevercnd
William P. Armstrong, of Greens
boro, olficiated. and t tie Hevercnd
George C. Burris, pastor of the
NEWS of the CHURCHES
First Baptist Church
The Rev. Winlrey Davis, Pastor
Sunday, Sept. 19
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m. Morning Worship.
Subject, "Deacons Are Human,
7:30 p.m. Fvening Worship.
Subj-ct, "Second to None."
Wednesday, Sent. 20
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting.
Morehead Methodist Circuit
The Rev. W. D. Caviness, Pastor
Franklin Memorial Methodist
Sunday, Sept. 19
9:30 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m. -Morning Worship. Ser
mon, "To Seek and to Save the
Le ' " bv the pastor.
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.
Sermon by Louie Lewis.
First Methodist Church
The Rev. Lester A. Tilley, Minister
Sunday, Sept. 19
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for
everyone above 1G years
11 a in Morning Worship, "The,
Keys of the Kingdom." i
6:30 D.m. Methodist Youth !
7:30 p.ni. Evening Worship,
"You Count with God.''
7:30 p.m. Mid week prayer
Friday, Sent. 21
10 a.m. Studv seminar, WSCS
7.30 p.m. Fourth Quarterly
The Rev. Mr. Tilley stated yes '
terday that the Laymen's Move
ment for a Christian World, Inc..
las made the following appeal,
viith the request that it be observ
d UirouL'hout the county:
"The ringing of bells and chimes
or five minutes in a special call
'o prayer Sunday, Sept. 19. 1948. j
at the close of morning church ;
.ervices (about 11:53 in each time;
(one). Silent and audible prayer t
to be o!i"".cd for world leaders
who gather in Paris for the Gen
eral Assembly of the United Na
tions, and for the peoples of the
world - that the will for peace and
cooperation may be stronger in us
Sunday, Sept. 19
10 a.m. Morning Worship. Ser
mon by the pastor.
11 a.m. Sunday School
Sunday, Sept. 19
10 a.m. Sunday School
3 p.m. Afternoon Worship.
Sermon by the pastor.
Merrimon Officials to Meet
Officials of the Merrimon church
will meet at 7:30 Monday night in
the church. The Rev. W. 1). cavi
ness. pastor, requests that all of
Dr. N. C. Calhoun, CharloM".
will conduct a North Carolina
State Conference of the Congrega
tional churches of North Carolina
ai Melville Congregational church.
Stpt. 23 28. Dr. Calhoun has urged
all Congregational churches to at
tend with large delegations.
sented by Mrs. Jennie Ipock.
Thirteen members were present
for the meeting.,
Refreshments served were home
made chocolate cake with lemonade.
(Continued From Page One)
boat line from Beaufort to Ocra
coke. "Pa's" active life included serv
ice in political office. At one
time he was mayor of Beaufort and
was treasurer of Beaufort and
Carteret county for years. In 1901
he was elected to the state legisla
ture for one term.
The church, St. Paul's Episcopal,
where he was a lifelong member,
claimed much of "Pa's" energies.
He was superintendent of the Sun
day school for 35 years. When
ever the church was without a min
ister, he acted as lay reader, re
fusing to let the doors be closed.
He was a vestryman for more than
:() .wars and honorary senior war
den for life.
Young Nelson Whitford Taylor
married Mary Catherine Buck
man, now affectionately known as
"Ma" on February 24, 1881. Both
"Pa" and "Ma" were born In Beau
fort, and their forebears lived
here for generations.
"Pa" is survived by his widow,
four sons, one daughter, 12 grand
children, 17 great grandchildren
"lid one great great grandson. The
latter is Richard Taylor Downes,
Jr., 1 12, of Providence, R. I.
Sons are Cecil B. Taylor, Boston,
Mass.; Bayard Taylor, Beaufort;
i N. W. Taylor, Jr., Santa Monica,
Cal.; and Ueorge h. Taylor, New
York City. Mrs. Nannie Hinnant,
of Beaufort, is his living daughter,
and another daughter, Mrs. Eliza
beth O'Bryan. is deceased.
"Ma" will be 88 in November.
"Pa" was born on Front street
overlooking the water, on Sept. 7.
1856, the son of George W. Tay
lor and Sidney Ann Taylor. His
mother was a Bragg and a cousin
cf Gen. Braxton Bragg and Gov.
Thomas Bragg, of North Carolina.
"Pa" was ali o related" to Zaeharv
Taylor, president of the United
He attended the Newport acad
emy and the Beaufort school, and -
was chairman of the town school
board for years, While a young k
man, he was a member of the
Beaufort home guard. "Pa" walk- '
ed down Front street his last time '
J. Vance Fulford, Beaufort, has
received his permanent appoint
ment from the U. S. Civil Service
commission as superintendent of
the U. S. Fisheries Biological sta-
tion, it was announced today. Mr.
I Fulford was appointed acting su-
I (AAfintnrwInrtt ,,1' iha ct'itinn in Aurf.
United Methodist Church
The Rev. Charles J. Tilley, Pastor
Sunday, Sept. 19
10 cm. Church school for all
11 a in. Morning worship. Ser
mon. "The Fundamentals of the
7:30 p.m.-- Fvening worship. Ser
mon, "Saul, Israel's First King
Beginning of the Hebrew Mon
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Mrs. Murphy Entertains
Woman's Bible Class
The Woman's Bible Class of the
Ann Street Methodist Church met
with Mrs. Klizahelh Murphey on
MoiKlay afternoon at three o'clock. ,
Mrs. Will Bell gave the uVvo-
tiomils and the program was pre- (
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