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Congratulations to the Mowing' treatment at St. Luke's ho.
flo?m? 5,,ggs' 'an8 B,and' Joseph P'81 Sterobrldge was
'Bland, George Rotison, Walter ty. ipectator at toe frito-Carolina
v' rnn loin U.uvl ST...)! frl. CJ.. : - . .
fH;o" ' " vjm:, nuSoi i KHiiur, as were Mr. ojki Htt My
"'"j. wniai iyuc, vaiiee iewi, mmth.
( t((jonn Wetaerington, Hubert Holt,
Jtobert Modlio and William Pink-
l) Goodbye and good luck to the
! i ' following employees who have left
ii Ins recently: Sidney Mahle, (Emer
geney Repair) Jasper Dail (Plant)
Jolson Russell (Power Plant), and
f Robert Williams who have all
transferred elsewhere, Charles
1 ' 6chiavi, Leo Gardner, Cedric Buck,
Benjamin Bennett. Clyde Collier,
'"'I'Evan Midget te, John Smith and
'"'Pop" Kinser who have resigned
'"'for sundry and various reasons!
Happy Anniversary to the Time
keepers! Only four of the original
' 13 timekeepers that arrived bright
and smiling on 17 November 1947,
re still out in the divisions -keep
' Ing time. Hazel Radford and Lakie
Mowell are still in the Power Plant
division . . . Lovie Hoell is in
"Plant division . . . and Frances
Joyce has the Electronics division
The first two "lucky" men from
O&R to receive "Greetings:" from
Uncle Sam are Paul Bowden and
Stanley Rawls. They left last week
on military furlough!
, Mrs. Ralph Leister was discharg-
,' ed from the hospital, following a
niajor operation . . . and former
-.employee, Martha Smiley, has been
admitted to the hospital for an I JJf , Vna
tiry.mPratinn ! Wade have
Were YOU eat of the kicky per
sons to enjoy the delieiou Thanks
giving dinner served at the Civil
ian Cafeteria? Boy,' whatta meal!
Kari Boyer (Telephone E
change) and her mother, Mrs. O.
G. Sterlen (Public Works) are
back from attending a wedding ill
Brooklyn . . . "LSMFT" McLellan
(Inspection, Navy Supply) enjoy;
ed his holiday at Dunn , . . Lillian
Neal (Legal Office) told John
Goode not to worry about the dol
lar he lost as a buck doesn't g6
far these days. She says it's bound
to be around somewhere!
From the Fire Department we
learn that Mrs. Dsn Swindell is
very lucky at bridge . . . and J. C.
("Pretty Eyes) Simmons is (be
proud owner of a tan convertible
17, Administrative: Julia Thatch
Wipent her holiday "eye-balling"
j'( Wong Norfolk's main drag . . .
, Irene Bunch gave a dinner party,
V-". starting off with champagne cock-
; tails and ending with fruit c;,ke
JL'snd two different kinds of pie . . .
jWiJary Gianotti caught up on her
"Washing, ironing and waxing . . .
i-fcffie Ipock went home to Ernul.
Safety: Al Ver'oetic says he had
a "quiet" time oi his birthday, but
will not tell us anything else . . .
I 8. B. Brummitt is on a 2-week va
cation, part of the time being spent
with his son, a student at the Na
val Academy, Annapolis . . .
Amanda Gillikin spent her holiday
. t Rocky Mount. We are glad your
"mother is better, Amanda!
Employment Office: Mr. and
'Mrs. Roy D. Paige have announ-
JTig marriage of their daughters,
Eunice O'Dell, to Moody B. Drum,
. . pj-Newton, and Margaret Alma, to
.JwvHerbert Fulcher, of New Bern. The
redouble wedding will take place on
Christmas Eve, at the Tabernacle
lwaptist' Church of New Bern, at
f 3:30 o'clock. Friends are cordially
(jivited to attend.
" Public Works
1 '' 'Mary Healey had her Thanks
giving dinner a little early, on the
""' Sunday preceding the holiday, and
entertained WO and Mrs. Robert
' Chapman and children, and SSgt.
and Mrs. Fran Mullins. WO Chap
man and TSgt. Healey are expect
ing in the near future (overseas
orders, thtt is),
i for promotions received recentlv
A ' ' ' We welcome Mary Daniels from
Station Supply and congratulate
'Iter on the acquisition of proba
tlonal status . . . and say fare-thee-ell
to Woourow Wilson and Tipp
T"" Adams, recent resignees.
At a military wedding recently
some wag bung a sign on the back
r0i the newly-weds' car: "Result
Hello to Earl Sutton . . . good
bye to James Blackwell . . . and
hearty congratulations to Lonnie
Daniels on his recent promotion.
These are all Motor Transport
The Apprentice boys are all kid
ding J. W. about being at the bot
tom of his class, lie says it makes
no difference as they teach the
same thing at both ends . . . stork
news is that Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
a daughter, Martha
born November 14 . . . Mrs.
P. II. Justice a nd her infant
daughter are now home. Spending
some time at Bachelor recently
were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carraway.
Station Supply (USMC) ' ,
Turkey . Pay" has come and
f one for another year. Callie New
man spent his time off. motoring
through Florida . , , as did Mar
Caret, Frazies;. She says Miami is
SuiUfl 'OK Belva and Al Con
attended the Duke-Carolina
garai . , . Evelya Harmon went
j fa Greensboro and Oak Ridge . .
1 end Mr. and Mrs. Benton ate tur
key with their folks in Raleigh!
Helen . Krtuse spent the long
(not lost), weekend with relatives
in Charlotte. On the way up there
K- 8 stopped and asked farmer
w mucli further she had to go.
lWal," ; calculated this farmer,
fit's about. 24,000 miles the direr
lion you're hea'din', 'bout 17 if
you turo around.
We sure were sorry to hear
f'aul Hilterbrick had his car stolen,
t sure upset bis holiday plans and
Je hope he soon hears some word
f the lost property. Paul and
pick Hoogendam ate capon this
rear new product to this sec
Jion o the country, but oh so
i We Vere sorry to see Emmett
Williams resign . . . and are glad to
meet oJhnSanford who is taking
tver Mr, Clellaod's duties at the
f Dont be alarmed, folks, when
you see smoke coming out of the
Disbursing Office. It's not a fire
jt-just the smoke from the ladies,
yes, 1 said LADIES , cigars! June
White end Eloise Smith say ci
garets just became too, too mild
for them. If you don't believe ME,
take a look for yourselfjust most
any old dayl
Property and Clothing welcomes
Flossie 'Campbell who recently
transferred from the Laundry!
Dec, i it has been requested
to announce that Rev.' Stilly, oi
Bridgeton, will preach his firs
sermon at the Free Will Bspiis.
church, Sunday merning. Decern
ber 5 at eleven o'clock. Everyone
is cordially invited and urged It
Mr. J. L. Morton is on the sick
list. We all sincerely hope for bim
a speedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lupton and
Mr. J. A. Lupton returned to Bal
timore. Saturday after spending
several days here visiting frje.ids
The Women's Home Demonstra
tion club met last Tuesday nigh,
with Mrs. F. J. Worthington
Eleven persons were present fui
the demonstration which was given
by the agent on "The Art of Stay
ing Young." The hostess servei
delicious fruit punch with whip
ped cream and assorted cookie;
which everyone enjoyed. The meet
ing adjourned to meet December
21 for the CHristmas meeting.
Mrs. Woodrow Fodrie and Mrs
I. I. Fodrie spent a while Friday
afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Russell.
Lttle Marie Small, of Bay View,
spent the weekend here with her
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Fodrie spent
a While in the community Thurs
Misses Mary and Mattie Taylor
gave their mother, Mrs. J. L. Tay
lor, a surprise birthday party las.
i Monday evening. Mrs. Taylor re
i ceived quite a few nice gifts ami
a large group of people were pre
sent to help her celebrate.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv Shad
le celebrated birthdays on Nov.
11 . . . Sgt and Mrs. Walton Eurle
celebrate their first wedding an
niversary en Nov. 15 . , . Mrs. Lee
Rountree was complimented on her
birthday by a dinner given by Miss
Blue skies are hovering 0vei
Ervin and Ruth Lupton nowadays.
They sailed on the ship .Matrimony , Susie Moore. The guest list includ
last week. Everyone wishes both ed Misses Cynthia Killingsworth,
of you loads of happiness and best . Helen Parker, Kathleen Mullen,
wishes! . . . Elinor Williams has Mary Lou Wilkins, and Betty
been entertained extensively with Bountree, Mrs, Philip Healey, Jr.,
prenupuai parties, bne is to wea ind Mrs. Wltn Earle.
oi uareiess laiK.
if l Congratulations to proud par
'ems Mr. ana Mrs. rroyi nowara
hilhps on birth of son, Jr.
n Mabel Rountree spent the holi-
"ifay In Goldsboro with relatives
. . tha Tnm f"nthev and rhilrirpn
ftiotored to Charlotte for a long
A week-end . . . Helen Parker made
visit to Greenville. S. C. . . .
the L A Coopers spent the week-
d in Albemarle, their home, get-
ng things in order for their anti-
pated move to the Buggs Island,
Ruby Scott spent the weekend
Greenville, visiting daughter
at, a student at ECTC . - Ann
Sgt. Robert Shave on December
Vira White is back to work after
having a tonsillectomy . . . and
Dolores Barrie is back after a
week's illness.. We are glad to see
you both back on the job!
Ruth Willis was an assistant
hostess when the Wesleyan Guild
9f the First Methodist church held
a recent meeting . , . Lucile Gar
ner is entertaining her grandfather
from Enfield . . . Helen Creech
spent the weekend with Nellie Bell
. . . Norman Wade, the famous
clam digger, went fishing at Salter
rtith and guess what? His lack
Tin eati'Noifish!!! . . . Inez WlHis
spent the. past weekend In Sumter,
S. C. . . , Vernon and LeoQt Crow
son spent the weekend with rela
tives in Vanceboro ...BE, Fones
and John Whisenant reported
catch of 40 "swinefUb" (Just in
case you don't know, we really
mean hogfish) Friday morning,
while fishing off Shackleford
Banks r . .
Congratulations to Edith Lis on
her recent promotion and trans
fer,, but we miss you in Account
ing, Edith. '
On the bright side we see Ruby
Clark, Oscar Boyd, Daniel Hawk
ins, James Higgins, and Alonzo
Midgett exploring their new head
quarters. They can't miss that big
"WEL-COME" shingle . . . and the
only ones on our resigning list
this time are Henry Goodwin and
John H. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elmblade
were honored at a farewell dinner
given at the Blue Ribbon Club just
prior to their departure for El
Toro, California, where they are
to make their home. Guests in
cluded Mr; and Mrs. Marvin Fore,
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Crawford,
Mr. Walter Crawford, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Thomas, Miss Barbara
Thomas, George Mellott, Lt. and
Mrs. R. H. Fore, Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Porter, end Mrs. A. W Porter,
of Jacksonville, Fla
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Kn or snany othac eports avoid,
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Snakes which eat eggs whole,
generally break them by construc
tion after following them.
Dec. 1 Mrs. Clarence Millis
and children, Edward and Hol
land, and Mrs. Zeb Mauney and
little daughter, Garobeth, left Sun
day for Hopewell, Va. where they
are spending the week with Mrs.
Miss Jean Mason, .a student at
Meredith College, returned to Ra
leigh Sunday after spending the
Thanksgiving holidays here with
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Manly
Miss Marianna Mizelle, who at
tends Meredith College, was home
for the Thanksgiving holidays. She
returned to Raleigh Sunday.
The Woman's Society of Christ
hn sprvif'e is sponsoring a bazaar
on Saturday, December 4. The pro-i-
'tit viii add to he building fund
of the Newport Methodist church.
T'ie sale of handiwork will be in
the little shop next to the post
office. Come and buy Christmas
Corn contains about 70 per cent
starch, and is used widely n the
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XELK'S is yenr Complda Ciil Shopping CeaSer G lis, Ciils, and Gifts Galoro. ill ever the store np
sialrs, dewnsiairs, iron! and back GUIs oi ever sJyle, size, desenpiion. Chrisimas Shop al BELK S
and SAVE "The Home oi Bettor Values." Below are just a few oi the many Gifts we have to offer
tt treat Savings to the Christmas Shopper.
WMim kEKS' HMKIES MEHS' PAJAMAS
l aimtus Botany and Weinbli-y's a White Linen Initialed Handkerchiefs Rroadi loth both Coat and Slipover
U-ruc ao.t:nent of fancy and solid col- Tiie Ural Christmas Gift. tylc. Sizes A, B, C, 4 D.
,rs, rayon, and all wools.
try rn Bsx cl 3 $1.75 $3.85
spl.viU Bex of Three In Fancy Cotton $1.60 - - - 11
KBiy EVEfflHG m PAMS
AIIjIIsJ muuioj , 8(lies, Coswctic s,,,, OBe five. piece
ACCESSORIES Ccsiume Jewelry SfiWaJT"
. . . Ky Swank and Hickok. Bells, 'y'cd by Coro Pins. Earrings, Brace- ft
Tie and Collar Pins, Cufflinks all gold. ''-Is. aJ Necklaces. Gift boxed. ij.jU
' $1.00 $110 & $1.88 BzKlr:?-UM
, Plus Fed. Tax Mus Fed. Tax
EEVLOtf! LADIES' LADIES
SAIL POLISH SET BHES3ER SETS vSBl ,
Ten iricee s. t InHuding leather snap T,M' t;" . C'M .Tarnish ,,,oof VbiMt- , lo '"" '
fasti ning case. Beaut'.ful colors. ,hrtt' r'"'u' el- 2 S8 U
$3.95 $9.S5 pius" ed "?
Other Revlon S,ts-$1.00 up J'Z"? ' T?
All Plus Fed. Tax lM 10 AI,ove wMh Ny'" brtotW ,flJ)gS' GOVIIS
CJjtkUlLaji UldtJVU!) trimimd. In pink, b:ue, ulle. Siies
Lovely f.L.lcs and kids in black an.l BgSErjSBRl SsTQiSCFS i! '
colors. av M 4.-
All loal her burgundy and tan, browo CO QC in 0 QC
?1 ftfl M and n. Sics G te 11. tVld IU HU.Uj
BFD JACKETS $4'95 EOYS' SWEATEES
EJUU aillsAlUlsJ - .mNi DHts?C A" Wool-fancy and s,li,( colors.
Warm wool in pink, and blue. Small, JLlEM&sJ 1UU DlMi t e: t ulyle and slipover. Sizes 8 to 16.
nted'um aBd large' Woolen Flannel In navy blue ami ftfl
$2.!8 & $4.50 S"S 5p"d wilh maUhiBg w- Hhea L UP
BOYS' SCARFS mM to $16'50 BOYS' KID DRESS
jL.wltoriMetM BOYS' TIE SETS N GLOVES 4
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SI 48 fe SI 58 ccmblnation. or Tie aJ Tcncll combina- lnd b,aik' S,zcs 4 ,0 9'
. if-A.iS tio,( or T,c an( Ru,cr Sct rumination, 41 AO
Girls' Rayon Panlies 97c Bt $1.48
Strongly knit to give long service. ffl WOtlEIIS'
Blue, pink and white. Slies 2 to 14. OlTlS I US' MlliilCrS II
PQ- White and aH white with red trim. BEDROOII SHOES
AA O QQ Quilted satin, white fur trimmed.
LADIES' v'VV Qi sPlaasJU Warm and comfortable.
LOVELY SLIPS Wcmens' $IM
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Hard leather sole. In pink, blue and
$7.95 Mu- M BOUDOIR LAIIPS
i S3 95 Asserted pastel colors and designed
iwt bowls mPTtmvt
' Hewn from natural wood, covered ftlUlUsUMl) ' PlclAria Trirclal
with clear varnish. Wicker handle. AMOrUd norfl, prnt , UMUIIU 11 piOJ
M MO mahogany frames. Large stock In'flavar. Corsage, Colony.
. "0 tfl III M AA eA rA Holly, and Early American patterns.
Smaller size with Nutcracker and four " tbinoLS iPb.Uil Jiff mi i i
"Cnrrpni" Cifk Chatam Blanlteii Jacquard Spreads
bill Clli Ullid A woolHn rose rugti blue green nd Double and single bed sizes, in rose,
Pop-Up Toasters $19.93 up gold. 72" x 90." rust- blu and green.
Waffle Irons $5.5 up n
Sis Cup Percolators $13.95 up CO QC A W
Sandwich Toasters $15.95 sBa.UJ , .JJ
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CA HIT 0 II TOWEL SETS
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Three Piece Sel $Ii9 S Piece Sel $3'?5 and $i95 1
rent Piece Set $U8 Piece Sel
Consisting of two Bath Towels, two Hand Towels, two
FWe Piece Sfii $2.93 " Washcloths, one Plastic Tumbler.
ASSORTED COLORS SETS IN MATCHING COLORS
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