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CARTERET COUNTY NEWS TIMES, MOREHEAD CITY AND BEAlTORT, N, &
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1948 V
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Hi. J. Michael Moran, Society Editor
Phone M 5781
' Mr. John W illiams and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Williams spent the week
en;l in Willinmston.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Garner
spent several days in Raleigh this
Mrs. Ella Marriner is visiting
relatives in New Bern.
Buddy Virk, who is attending
E.C.T.C. at Greenville, spent the
week end at home.
Mrs. Earl Welih returned Sun
day trom New York whore she
went to take her mother, Mrs.
MittleliurKcr, who spent the sum
Mr. and Mrs. Hay Garrett, high
way 70, left Tuesday for a two
week vacation in IJrookfield, Mo.,
where they wili visit Mr. Garrett's
mother and sister, Airs. Ida Gar
rett and Miss Irene Gairett.
Mrs. C. R. Hover of Galax, Va.
spent two weeks visiting her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and M:s.
K. G. r-oytrr or ilavtTwk, and Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Sterlen, of Moro
John H. Buck left last week for
KecouRhtan, Va., where he will re
ceive treatment at the Veterans
Mrs. Victor Bryant will leave to
day for Durham. She will be ac
companied by Mrs. Van Strattori
and her daughter, Mrs. Bryant, II,
who have been visiting here.
D. G. Bell returned home Sun
day by plane from New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ball and
Mrs. Louis Norris motored to New
Dr. and Mrs. John Norris, and
their guests, Dr, and Mrs. If. II.
Bradshaw, and Dr. and Mrs. James
A. Harrill, of Winston-Salem, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lowe, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Matthews and Mr. and
Mrs. George Wallace spent the
weekend at Hog Island.
there. She was accompanied by
Mrs. Carlton Taylor who lives at
Mrs. G. Henry Jackson left Mon
day to spend several days in Rocky
Miss Octavia Frazier left Tues
day morning to attend the State
Nurses' Association meeting be
ing held in Wilmington this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bell, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Willis and Odell
Morton will attend the Carolina
Wake Forest game Saturday.
Mrs. John H. Buck left Monday
for Naples, Fla., where she will
join her three daughters, who live
Madle Bell Bible Class t Meet
The Madie Bell Bible Class of
the First Methodist Church will
hold its first fall meeting at the
home of Mrs. W. P. Freeman to
night at 7:30 p.m. All members
are urged to attend.
Registered Nurses Meet
The Carteret County Registered
Nurses held their regular monthly
dinner meeting at the Jefferson
restaurant Wednesday evening at
7 o'clock. A short business dis
cussion took place after which the
PTA to Meet Monday
The Morehead City Parent
Teachers association will hold its
monthly meeting in the school
auditorium on Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. All parents are urg
ed to attend.
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The Woman's Auxiliary of St.
Paul's Episcopal church resumed
its activities Monday, Oct. 4. Sec
tion A met with their president,
Mrs. J. R. Morrill on Shepard
street in Morehead City; Section
B met at the Parish House on Ann
street in Bcsufort with their presi
dent. Mrs. Cecil Brooks.
After the devotional part of the
programs were read, much busi
ness that had accumulated during
the summer was discussed and dis
pensed with; new Auxiliary man
uals were distributed and dedicat
ed for use during the coming year.
The women of the church are
looking forward to having the Car
teret Business and Professional
Women's club worship with them
on Oct. 10 at the morning hour.
Mr. Martin, rector, talked with
both sections regarding plans he
wished them to consider. He ask
ed each auxiliary president to ap
point a committee to meet with
him to form a Family Committee
which will keep in touch with and
visit in homes where there are
sickness, death, or need. He also
asked their cooperation in cooking
and serving a spaghetti supper to
the young people on Youth Sun
day, Oct. 17; committees were ap
pointed from both sections and it
is hoped that all the young people
will be at the parish house on
Youth Sunday evening to enjoy
Plans were made in both sec
tions for a Corporate Communion
on Oct. 24 at which time all the
women in the church are asked to
make their United Thank Offering.
After the closing prayer by Mr.
Martin a social hour was enjoyed
at which time punch and cakes
Miss Lois Chadwick
Mesdames Bobby Bell, Fred S.
Willis and Elbert Chadwfclt honor
ed Miss Lois Chadwick, bride-elect,
at a miscellaneous shower at the
Webb Memorial eivk center on
The room was decorated with
pine and autumn leaves.
Miss Chadwick upon arrival was
presented a corsage and gift la
her china pattern.
Miss Betty ftatcbe presided at
the bride's book. lira. Richard
Whitehurst, soloist, sang and was
accompanied by Mrs. Fred 9. Wil
lis. Mrs. James R. Saunders won. the
contest prize after which Miss
Chadwick opened her gifts- of lin
en, silver, crystal and china.
Mrs. Jerry Willis, a recent bride,
was remembered with crystal ia
her chosen pattern.
The color scheme of green and
white was carried out in the re
freshments of bridal cakes, ices,
mints and nuts.
Ministerial Aiaociati en to Meet
The Coastal Ministerial associa
tion will meet at 10 o'clock Mon
day morning in the Webb Me
moiial Civic center, Morehead
City. All ministers, while and
colored, are invited.
Prices still soar, and the higher
they soar, the sorer people get.
Business Club to Hold
Members of the Carteret Coun
ty Business and Professional Wo
men's Club will come together for
an inspirational breakfast at the
Jefferson restaurant on Sunday
morning. This will be the formal
opening of National Business Wo
men's Week in Carteret county
which is being observed all over
the country from October 10-16.
Immediately following the break
fast the club members will attend
morning services at the Episcopal
church in Beaufort in a body.
On Tuesday evening the elub
will hold its regular monthly
meeting at the Civic Center at
All members are urged to at
tend these meetings.
NEWS of the CHURCHES
Notice of church services will
be printed in this eehuu each
Friday, This fefornatie most be
in THE NEWS-TIMES office bo
later than 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Firs Methodist Chureh
The Rev. tester A. Tilley, Pastor
Sunday, Oct !
11 a.m. Morning Worship, "A
6:30 p.m. Methodist Youth
1:80 ' p.m. Worship and relig
ious film, "Queen Esther."
Wednesday, Oct 13
' 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week prayer
service, "Great Prayers 6f the Bible,-
Mrs; B. F. Royal.
Thursday, Oct 14
7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal.
Franklin Memorial Methodist
The Rev. W. D. Cavlness, Pastor
Sunday, Oct. IB
9:30 a.m. Sunday School.
11 a.m Morning Worship, ser
mon by Louis Lewis.
7:30 p.m. Evening service, the
ReV. B. B. Slaughter, New Bern
district superintendent preaching.
Service will be followed, by quar
terly conference. Officials of the
following Methodist churches
should attend: Camp Glenn, Salter
Path, Tuttle'S Grove, Broad Creek,
Merrimon, and Franklin Memorial.
St Paul's Episcopal Church
The Rev. W. L. Martin, Rector
Sunday, Oct. 10
. 8 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 a.m. Sunday School,
11 a.m. Morning prayer and
11 a.m. Nursery in parish
There will be no YPSL meeting.
Tuesday, Oct. 12
7:40 p.m. Junior Choir prac
tice. Wednesday, Oct. 13
7:30 p.m. Adult choir practice.
The number of horses and mules
on U. S. farms declined from about
24 million in 1910 to about nine
million in 1948.
First Christian Church
2219 Bridges Street, Morehead City
The Rev. W. C. Foster, Pastor
Sunday, Oct. 1
9:30 Sunday School
3 p.m. Worship Service
Merrimon Methodist Church
Sunday, Oct 10
10 a.m. Sunday School.
11 a.m. Morning Worship, ser
mon, "Our Nobodies, God's Some
bodies," by the Rev. W. D. Cavi
ness, pastor. Holy Communion.
Ann Street Methodist Church
The Rev. T. R. Jenkins, Pastor
Sunday, Oct. 10
9:45 a.m. Church school for
the whole family
11 a.m. Morning worship. Ser
mon, "Of More Value Than a
6:30 p.m. Junior League, In
termediate Youth Fellowship, Seni
or Yomi Fellowship.
Senior Youth Fellowship
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.
Sermon, "Your Are Like ;i Watch"
Wednesday, Oct. 13
7 u0 p.m. Prayer Service
Thursday, Oct. 14
7 30 p.m. Senior Choir
Friday. Oct. 15
4:30 p.m. Sunshine Choir Rehearsal
' The United Methodist Church
The Rev. C. J. Tilley, Paster
Sunday, Oct, 10
10 a.m. Church School
11 a.m. Morning Worship.
Sermon, "Our Tasks as Christian
7:30 p.m. Evenin.-' Worship.
Sermon, "Solomon, King Who
Free Will Revival
Interest in the revival meeting
which is in progress at the Free
Will Baptist church, Morehead
City, is increasing each day, the
The meeting is scheduled to run
through next week.
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The Methodist Church
The Rev. II. L. Harrell, Pastor
Sunday, Oct. 10
10 a.m. Church School
11 a.m. Morning worship, ser
mon by the pastor
7. p.m. Closing service of re
vival, the Rev. C. M. Mitchell
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