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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, September 17, 1948, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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m MM CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMMMOmS BEAUFORT, N. C FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER If, IMS 03ITUAKIES Robert W. Pigoll lliv .9 ' 91 ) .ft loi, Robert w' Pigott, 69, died early luescuiy morning at the Morehead pity hospital after a long illness. ne was a resident or Smyrna. ;jo0 Funeral services were conducted at ne graveside by the Rev. Ha- .n.,rnld Cuthrell, of the Marshallberg Meihodist church. Mr. Pigott was hninmarried. He is survived by two ,,jjiiieces and two nephews: Howard iewis, mrs. inariam Lawrence, ana rBMrs. Lena Lawrence, of Beaufort ,) ,pFD; and Charlie Piner, of Smyr-' na. w;n;iM m vm in Funeral services for William ivfTorris Norcom, 69. of Columbia I yho died earJv Tuesday morning ii-iflt the home of his mother, Mrs nil. D. Ncrcom. in Beaufort, follow Jug a long illness, were held yes terday at 2:30 n.m. at the Episco- IAril nhnvch in Pnlnmhiti thn Rv I'll f' . l . . ..... r r : ' . : , , . . Tiaiiriy, lvtiur, uniiiiiuiig. mr. iur V com w;is a junior vestryman of ' the Columbia church. Mr. Norcum was a lumberman, '''lie is survived by his widow, Mrs. K Mr. Norcom was a lumberman, ters, Mrs. Julian Hamilton, Beau- Vrfort; Mrs. Rody Cooper, Colum- fi t m..- r I ' nnnn ' ...... t r.MA uiu, mis. x. v.. maun, uicm uiiugr, Va.; Mrs. C. W. Gregory, Ports mouth, Va.: Mrs. W. C. Deviney, Jackson, Miss; Mrs. H. A. Good m:m. Columhia: by two sons Wil ( Carrie Harrell Norcom, six daugh liuin Norcom, Jr., and Joseph Nor com, both of Columbia; by his Mrs. Charles Case, brother, George Norcom. all of Beaufort, and a brother, Charles Ncrcom, Wash ington, D. C. Also surviving are 11 grand children. William ETHarris Mr. William Edwin Harris, age I 8&, died at his home in Hoc on Oeclar Maud Thursday. Septem ber 1G at 3 s.m. He was the son of the kite Thomas and Jane Gil likin !I::nis, of Carteret County, t Funeral services will bp con ducted from the home this after- Kin at 3 p.m. by the Reverend B. Harris of Gcrland from the ethcd;st Church, assisted by the teverend C. T. Mitchell. Interment will be in the Harris 3pmily cemeter". mm He is survived by the following daughters, ill of Roe: Mrs. Dennis Goodwin, Mrs. Hugh Lup'.on and Mrs. E. L. Smith and three sons, Clyde and Worth of Roe ?nd the Reverend C. B. Harris of Garland. Carteret County. ' Surviving are her husband, Ben Rice; three sons, Bonnie ot Mom head City, James B, of Crab Point and Dorsey Rice, of Morehead City; two daughters, Mrs. Mm? fw rebs of Morehead City and Mrs. Vedie Marks, of Durham; 2 grand children and 18 great grand children. COURT (Continued riom Page One) while "under the influence." St charged were Giorge Earl Grider B. F. Cannon and Eddie Butt Bennett, Jr. The remainder of Tuesday'i cases involved infraction of speec ind driver's license regulation! Following is a list of persons charged, the charges, and penal ties: Glen.i B. Ritchey, speeding continued; Willie L. Royster speeding, continued; Doyd Gilber Gonyea, no driver's license, con tinued; Harry Robert Taylor, speeding, continued; Johnnie R. Parries, no license, did not appear, bond forfeited; John Edward Pit tard,' Jr., speeding, bond forfeit ed; Fulia Rodriguez, no license, costs; Douglas Mallard, allowing, unlicensed driver to operate a mo tor vehicle, half the' costs. Helen Simpson, no license, half the costs; Paul Vinson, speeding, Costs; Robert L. Rose, speeding costs; Melvin Hancock, speeding costs; Odis Earl Jones, allowing unlicensed person to operate a mo tor vehicle, half costs; Mrs. Od t Earl Jonfes, no license, Mf wt Floyd Thomas Briston, did not ap pear, coatinued; l,cl.s.,ii. Speeding called and failed to ap nar, Wendel J. Lozo. no valid license, continued; Richard For rester, speeding, did not appear, FARM OFFICIAL (Continued From Page One) the orioe support program, instead of keeping up the cost of living soi' tnv t aofiollv keepin the cost of living down, because .vithout price support the farmer "MlJ be afraid to increase produc tion. There would be insufficient food to fill the demand and the price on the amount of fcod produced would soar higher ?nd higher. The commissioner told the farm bureau members tuat people today arc eiting 15 per cent more than they did before the war. The population has increased, he remarked, while the number ol farmers has decreased. The on y insurance of abundant production continued; Wilbur Henry Watson, is price support, Mr. Coltrane con Speeding, costs; Herbert Bluethen- tinutd, and this support should bi jjal, Jr., speeding, judgment sus- 90 per cent of parity, '"led; Patsy Arobia, no license, ' Parity, he explained, is the price costs. for farm products which the farm ers received from 1910 to 1914 vhicli gives them the same pur chasing power now, as they had hen. Mr. Coltrane warned farm bu reau members that a bif fight is in the offing over the price sup port program and that farmers fyr their own protection must or ganize. Following the commissioner's ad dress, R. M. Williams, county agent, recommended that vege table growers of the county formu la" nlans snd snows'ics for sub mission to J. V. Whitfield, Penck. county, who is director of the fruit and vegetable committee of the American Farm bureau. Mr. Whitfield is going to Chi cago Saturday to confer with na tional directors on the farm pro gram for the coming year. Mr. Wiliams especially requests that potato growers attend the meeting Monday night, which is announced above. BUSINESS CLUB HowTo Get The Most V( Meat Dell our Super-Right Cut From Heavy Steers Round Poitei House Sirloin STEAKS 99c (Continued From Page One) tional committee, Miss Lucille Rice, and chairman of the radio committee, Mrs. Hatsell. Members of the Hertford club at the meeting were Mrs. Lawrence Towe and Miss Phyllis Reese; from the Greenville club, Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Lillian Gates, Mrs. Hazel Jor dan, Mrs. Josephine Scott, Miss Mrs. Marybelle Eldridge, Miss RoanAr CImaI Crew Pink Manning, Miss 'Louise Mc "aMOri itteei tWW Kenny. Mrs. Ruth Garner, and Mrs. BemOVCS ifiead Trees Ruth Meeks, president. Color scheme for the dinner was Two dead trees hive been re green and gold. Yellow chrysan- moved from Beaufort streets in themums were donated by the the past week bv W. C. Peterson, Morehead City Floral company. superintendent of streets, and the 'town crew. The device of the rsttlesr.ake, 1 A large elm was cut down on coiled and ready to strike was Queen street between Front anl popular with colonists before the Ann, and a coltonwood was re American revolution and used on moved from Pollock street in front Annie Turner, Miss Susie Webb, a number of flags. of U. E. Swann's homoe. Fancy Skinned Whole Lb. Fresh Killed Dressed and Drawn 66c Mrs. Eula M. Rice Funeral services for Mrs. Eula Merrill Rice, age 76, who died ct her home en 609 Fisher Street MnnHav U'Ara! pnnrlitrtnd frrtm tho Free Will Baptist Church WedueWl day atemowL-'st o'clock.' bjr the Reverend J, C. Griffin assisted by ' the Reverend Anderson. She was the daughter of the late Aaron and Elizabeth Fodrie Mer rill and was a life resident of - . ' v . I'M jrfjiWH 4 TAustiSpSy It fiSfZit.MV I I 1 1 ssss- I I pint j $3,401 fifth I l Dm UnlfM RMikiyi to tkh pnfot m i in mm Mi W Straioht Whliiw. tfl Into NwMl tyffMU I AustiryicKols I rr mm v. Retail f A Price F3 $1.95 . Pints $3.15 Fifths 86 Proof Ythi snAiam wmskiys m this tmooust MM VI AM O MORI OU). S) STSAMMT MlT-TTrn MJt NMTtAl IHMK 9MTIUSK I tun una, nsm, luust 43c FRYERS . . LONG ISLAND DUCKS, lb. SELECT CHOCK BOAST. Ih 63c FRESH GROUND BEEF, lb 5Sc MINUTE STEAKS, lb E9c LOIN END ROAST, lb 59c Lb. ""BONOM APPLES, 5 lbs. LlJIc CALIF. SEEDLESS GRAPES 3 lbs 27c YELLOW ONIONS, 2 k ; 9c WHITE POTATOES, 10 lbs 39c CARROTS (large) 2 bunches 17c GREEN CABBAGE, lb. 4c MorrelPs Pride SLICED BACON 65c Ann Page -SALAD DRESSING nn Page GeFatfa Desserts SPARKLE 3 Pkgl 20c Ann Page with Pork Si Tom. Sauce BEANS 2 25c Ann Page CRAPE JAM 39c Ann Page Prepared SPAGHETTI 2 25c 2-Lb. Jar Mild American Cheese Grapefruit Juice ubei lona Peas Fine Flavor 55c 21c 10c 78 c AA'II White House lall m AAlIK aporaled ... J C- 40C 8 O'Clock Coffee 3 &,T5 Red Circle Coffee 3 - J1" Bokar Coffee . . 3 & $1 ft Sunnyfield rlOUrseU " Rising Lb. Packeri 4H-oz Can No 2 Can 10-lb. . Ban lall Cam $129 Blu White FLAKES pk 10c - Swthrt SOAP 2 Reg. Af 21c Cashmere Bouquet SOAP 2 23c VEL pk 32c TEA TEA Nectar H-Lb. Pkg. Our Uwo VtUb. Pkg. 29c 27c Lifebuoy SOAP 2 21c Octagun Sotp. POWDER 23c A)aH .CLEANSER 11c Pkg Armours Canned Meats CORNED BEEF " 49c TREET ....... - 49c Corned BEEF 35c Chili Con Carne 31c DEVILED HAM . . Uc TAMALES -. . '"19c POTTED MEAT . 10c Vienna SAUSAGE -"19c LUNCH TONGUE - 27c TRIPE . . . . . . - 45c LIVER ,SPREAD . 13c FRANKS '- 0'. . . - 39c POTTED MEAT . -16c DRIED BEEF ,s I M ''29c Tbss Prices Apply t3 Stores in Deanforl Q Ilorehead More and more pnnen pre?es" BREAD L I f 1 ig TAKE HOME ause it tastes better BAM BY BREAD KBEAKFAST BACON ARMOUR BANNER CRISP AND JCICY NEW CROP RED DELICIOUS APPLES, Delicious, 2 lk 25c SHOUT CUT TO FINE MEALS II, 12-oz. Ccn 47c In Pender Markets SPECIAL PRICE FRE?H SHRfflP. lb MILD, FULL-FLAVORED (BABY BEEF) CHUCK BOAST, lb ECONOMICAL CUTS SHOULDER 7EAL CHOPS, lb.. IRLOIN TBONE OR (BABY BEEF) ROUND STEAKS, lb. 49c 67c 65c 89c BLEACH 12 GAL. 27c Fleecy White ql. bet. 16c CLEANSER Old Dnlch can He III 110 CRACKERS Sunshine Mb. pkg. 29c 2 GREEN GIAIIT PEAS 47c No, 303 Cans SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP, 16-oz. jar 42c FOR SALADS HALVES C S PEACHES, no. 2 1-2 can 33c SUNSWEET EVAPORATED LARGE PRUNES, )-lb. pkg 21c GRAND WITH PORK WHITE HOUSE APPLE SAUCE, 2 no. 303 cans 25c FLOR1DAGOLD BLENDED JUICES, 6 6-oz. cans 23t FOR LIGHTER CAKES SHORTENING SPRY, 3-lb. jar .. . ... $1.21 DOG FOOD DASH, 16-oz. casi 14c GRAND FOR DISHES SWAll 2 reg. cakes 23c SAFER FOR SILKS AND WOOLENS LUX Flakes, lge. pkg 36c FOR' SOFTER HANDS SOAP CAI1AY, reg. cake .... lCc PERSON'S HOUSEHOLD AIEI0IIIA, qi. bol. 23c WONDERFUL FOR CLOTHES S17AII, 2 lge. cakes 37c Siep Into Our Garden SWEET RED MALAGA GRAPES 2 lbs. 31c U. S. NO. 1 WHITE POTATOES 10 lbs. 39c FRESH HOME GROWN TURIIIP SALAD . 2 Iks. 23c .1

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