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FfelDAY', OCTOBER 8, 1948
CARTERET COUNTY NETTS-TWES, MOBEHEAB CITY AND BEAUFORT. N. C
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Mrs. J. Michael Moran, Society Editor
Mr. Chaffin Hundley, of Rich-
jtnond, was the guest of Miss Mil
jdred Daniels Sunday afternoon.
S I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and
daughter, Betty Jean, of Zebulop,
are expected to spend the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Til-lett.
Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Jones, of
Wake Forest, spent the weekend
Miss Bertha Bell, of Bachelor, is
ill at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. 0. Barbour, Sr.
Mrs. Gilbert Potter and Mrs.
James Potter, III, spent Monday i,i
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Buck have
moved from 114 Moore Street to
an apartment at Atlantic Beach.
1 Mrs. A. D. Pierson and Mr. B.
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1 several weeks visiting relatives in
Mrs. Bill Taylor and children,
Eddie and William Arrington, of
Bachelor, are spending several
days with her mother, Mrs. Will
Mr. Ralph Daniels spent the
weekend in Raleigh attending a
convention of the N. C. Associa
tion of the Deaf.
Richard Whitohurst of Elm City
spent last week end at home.
Mrs. Gerald Woolard returned
Sunday from a . two weeks' visit
with her parents in Philadelphia,
Harry Davis, who is attending
school at Wake Forest, spent the
weekend with his mother, Mrs.
L. C. Davis.
Mrs. Valverta Garner returned
to her home In Newport Sunday
evening after spending some time
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Given Fob Bride-Elect
Mesdames Bonzelle Lewis, Ken
neth Bates and Walter Stewart
were Joint hostesses at a miscel
laneous shower honoring Miss Hil
dred Carraway, bride-elect of Oc
tober 16, at the American Legion
Hut Tuesday evening at 7:30.
Pine, southern smilax, white tap
ers and dahlias were used tor dec
orations throughout the hut.
Upon her arrival the honoree re
ceived a lovely corsage of tube
roses and pon pon dahlias.
Bridal games and bingo were
played during the evening with
prizes being awarded to the win
ners. Miss Carraway received many
useful and attractive gifts from
her friends as well as a pyrex bak
ing dish with silver standard.
Thirty-two friends enjoyed the
of Morehead City, was discharged
from the hospital Thursday.
Mrs. Elbert Cianciosi, of Have
lock, was discharged Tuesday fol
lowing a minor operation.
Mrs. Carl Godwin, of Stella, was
Mrs. John E. Harris, of the
Morehead-Bcaufort causeway, was
discharged Tuesday following a
BELL'S DRUG STORE
Miss Dickinson Engaged
Mr, and Mrs. Earl C. Dickinson
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Lula, to Samuel Frank
Dill, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
Dill, of Norfolk, Va.
Some people are like blotter:; -they
soak it all in, but get it all
Dorothy Gray Sale
2 OUTSTANDING SPECIALS!!
DOKOTHY CRAY'S Lipstick Trio
In Elizabethan Colors . . . QUEEN'S TASTE a clear med
ium red. ROYALTY a lucious pink. RED FALCON a spirited
All Three for $2.00
DOROTHY CRAY'S Dry Skin Cleanser
Salon C'Bld Cream and Cleansing Cream
A $2 Value for SI.
A $4 Value for $2.
' WE" ALSO FEATURE r
WHITMAN'S & PANGBURN'Sf CANDIES
JOE HOUSE DRUG STORE
"ASK YOUR DOCTOR"
Day Phones 3331 9011 Night Phones 3461 5861
BEAUFORT, N. C.
very junior senorUa ...
. thetnks that eet is muy bonital
f l8id t$
in 100 wool Vj Vf JlOti
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Com sit til our Fiesta
Plaid. Bright cu a
fandango with dancing
color on tlssua weight
wool. Smooth oi o
tongd with high
styling by Ann
designer. And so '
pretty for to few ,
Mini vou'ra xur
to love it...muchet
Sizes 9 to 15.
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Sutdt Iront belt,
dancers on buckl.
Bold iii color plaid.
bottl gnon, f inr and
. TOE VOGUE
FRANK LEONARD, Mgr.
FRONT ST. , ,', , . BEAUFORT
Service Club io Have
Members of the Carleret County
Service Club will meet for a Hal
lowe'en party at the curl) in:.rkot
building in Morehead City Wed
nesday evening. Oct. 13.
Mr. R. M. Williams will present
a motion picture for the pro mam,
Mrs. Carrie B. Gillikin will be in
charge of refreshments, while dec
orations and recreation will lie irh
der the direction of Misses Kuth
Peeling and 'osephine St uilon.
Everyone is i.rged to attend in
costume if possible.
Mr. Willie H. Johnson, of New
port, was admitted to the hospital
Mrs. H. L. Burns, of Morehead
City, was admitted Wednesday for
Chief Elijah J. Willis has been
transferred to Duke hospital in
Canteen" on Saturday night add a
committee of students have been
appointed to plan it. They are
Peggy Guthrie, Helen Paul, Mary
F. Paul, Harry Fodrie, John
Haynes and Guy Smith.
No need of criticising yourself,
qthers will be, glad to do that for
The girl who thinks no man is
right for her may be right and
then again, she may also be left.
Mr. Marvin Brooks, of Beaufort,
rt. 1, was admitted Thursday.
Master Linwood Lee Arnold, son
of Mr. Melton D. Arnold, of New
port, rt. 2, was admitted Monday
for an operation.
Mrs. Bernard Bonner, of More
head City, was discharged from the
Miss Mae Willis, of Markers Is
land, was discharged Wednesday.
Mr. Leon Parker, of Newport,
was discharged Tuesday.
Mr. Gerald C. Siwecki. of the
Coast Guard cutter, Agassi, was
Mrs. Ira T. Willis, of Morehead
City, was admitted to the hospital
Monday for a major operation on
k-rBaby Ricky Linn Bathe, grand
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Maycqck,
What We Really
Want To Tell You
Is Thai We Have
A SIZE FOR
"At The Furniture Sign"
FRONT ST. 1 BEAUFORT
Mrs. Stanley K. Baldree, of
Morehead City, is doing nicely fol
lowing a major operation.
Coca-Cola Pariy Given
For Hildred Carraway
Miss Sue Murray Thomas honor
ed Miss Hildred Carraway, bride
elect, with a delightful cocn coir
party at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Charles Cheek, on Salurda
afternoon from 4 to 5 p.m.
Upon arrival Miss Carraway was
given a lovely corsage of carna
tions by the hostess.
Approximately fifteen friends
cnlled during Uic afternoon and
were served cokes with open faced
sandwiches, mints, and nuts.
The honoree was given silver in
her pattern by Miss Thomas.
Juniors Eleci Officers
Al Tuesday Meeting
Officers elected for the junior
class of the Beaufort High school
at the first meeting of the year on
Tuesday are ns follows: President.
Howard Fodrie; vice-president,
Julian Austin; secretary, Jean
Hopkins; treasurer, Connie Dud
ley, and reporter, Iris Davis.
The junior class will be in
charge of a stunt for the "Teen
Yon Are Cordially Invited To The
Robert L. Rose Motor Company
IIAVELOCK P. O.
8 OCTOBER 1948
A New 1949 Ford Sedan Will Be
Sold Tonight, Oct. 8lh At
$109 BELOW The List Price
HEBE ARE THE HULLS:-
1. No new or used car dealer ran draw.
2. The person whose name Is drawn must he 21 years of
age or older.
3. The buyer will not be allowed to resell or trade this
r.ir for a period of 12 months.
4. Everyone interested in buying must register before 7 p.m.
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