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J. Michael Moran, Society Editor
Phone M 578
Mrs, Alvah Hamilton spent this
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Nobles in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scott and
son, Harrison, and Mrs. Fred Davis
returned Mondny night from a
week's visit in Green Cove Springs,
-Mrs. Cora Woods left Tuesday
for Oxford after visiting Dr.1 and
Mrs. S. W. Thompson.
Miss Edna Williams and John
, Williams spent Sunday in Wilmington.
Macon Woolurd, of Finctown, is
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scott.
Mrs. Bill Lewis motored to
Fayetteville Tuesday to attend the
wedding of her nophew, Tommy
of El wood Rae Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Willis
and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gibbs left
Wednesday to spend several days
Mr. Lee Ricks, of Washington,
N. C, spent Tuesday night with his
aunt, Mrs. W. L. Fulcher.
Bridge Luncheon Given
For Mrs. Marion Mills
Miss Rachel Christine Garner,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Garner, of Newport, became the
bride of Mr. Elwood Rae Lewis,
son i oi Mr. ana wrs. i. u. iwis, Mrs, Malcolm Collins entertain
ot Moreneaa ciiy, in a s mpie out ' ed at a bridge luncheon Monday
,mpi.eMiVf.erem0ny. " hm! ! complimenting Mrs. Marion M.lis,
ui llic Uiiucs paidm ncujJviH recent briClO
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morris
spent the holidays recently in
Miss Ellen Nelson, of Rex Hos
pital, spent several dnys recently
with Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flowers and
daughter, Linda, spent the Thanks
giving holidays in Durham.
.George Howard, of Campbell's
College, spent the hofidays here recently.
Alfred Williams, Raleigh, was a
recent visitor here.
Mrs. Darcy Willis. Sr., and D.
B. Willis, .spent the weekend in
Newport News, Vn., visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Darcy Willis, Jr., and
Mr. A. J. Wagner, of Oxford,
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Wagner.
Miss Nancy Howell, of Asheville,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Warren
Mrs. Jack Nobles, of Greenville,
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. Alvah Hamilton.
Mrs. O. G. Bell, Mrs. C. B.
Arthur and D. G. Bell have moved
from their cottage on Sunset
Drive to their Bridges Street home
for the winter.
"Mrs. George McNeill, Mrs. Alvah
Hamilton, Mrs. Luther Hamilton,
Mrs. John Lashley and Mrs. Robert
McNeill, of Washington, D. C,
spent last Friday afternoon in New
Bern and Pollocksville.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hall, of St.
Louis, Mo., recently spent several
days here with friends. Dr. Hall,
'who suffered several severe heart
attacks this summer, is recupera
ting with relatives in Wilmington.
Earl Webb, of Morehead City
and New York, is recovering in
New York following an operation
in which his left foot was removed.
Mrs. J. B. Scth and daughter,
Susan, recently visited Mrs. George
Mrs. George Dill, Sr., left Sat
urday to visit in Baltimore, Md.,
and Northfield, N. J.
Al McElvin returned recently
from several weeks in New Ro
chelle, N. Y.
Mrs. W. I. Salter recently visited
her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Olsen, in
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. West spent
several days recently in New
Brunswick, N. J.
Mrs. Raymond Crum, of Jack
sonville, Illinois, arrived Wednes
day to spend some time with her
mother, Mrs. Howard Wade.
on November 25 at 4 o'clock In
the afternoon. The service was per
formed by the Reverend M. L. Sim
mons, pastor of the Primitive Bap
tist Church of Newport.
Vows were spoken before an im
provised altar of white flowers and
glowing tapers in seven branch
The bride wore a tailored suit
of gray gabardine with black ac
cessories and a purple orchid
Following the ceremony the
bride's parents entertained with a
reception in honor of the bridal
couple. After the first slice of wed
ding cake had been cut by the
couple Mrs. R. D. Garner served
the cake and punch was poured by
Mrs. J. V. Hatfield.
Immediately after the reception
the couple left for a short wedding
trip to unannounced points and
Will reside in the Wood's apart
ments in Morehead City.
Mrs. Lewis is a graduate of the
Newport High School and attended
Woman's College of the University
of North Carolina. She is a gradu
ate of the Hardbarger Business
College in Raleigh and at the time
of her marriage was employed at
the Marine Corps Air Station at
Mr. Lewis attended the More
head City High School and served
three years with the United States
Army with two and one-half years
. Guests for the wedding included
Col. and Mrs. S. S. Jack, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. J. L. Necfus, Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Holowiti, of Cherry
Point, Dr. and Mrs. Charles John
son, of New Bern, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Rogers, of Elizabeth City; Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Hatfield, of Nor
folk, Va., Mrs. John Hoxy, of Nor
folk, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Murdoch, of Elizabeth, N. J., and
Mrs. Robert Montague, of Raleigh.
Covers were set at three tables
in the living room and a delicious
luncheon of molded tuna salad,
cranberry sauce, creamed peas in
pastry shells, hot buttered rolls,
fruit cake with whipped cream
and coffee was served buffet style
from the dining table. Mrs. M. T.
Mills assisted the hostess in serv
ing from the table which was cen
tered with a lovely white floral
arrangement. Each of the bridge
tables was decorated with a white
candle in a silver candlestick tied
with ribbon and fern. White
flowers with greenery and glowing
tapers were used elsewhere
throughout the house.
At the conclusion of the lunch
eon bridge was played with Mrs.
Frank Exum winning floral prints
for high and Mrs. Walter Morris,
an Italian pottery candle and flow
er holder for second high. Mrs.
Marion Mills received English im
ported napkins for low score.
Mrs. Robert Freeman Has
Bridge Club Tuesday Night
Mrs. Robert Freeman was host
ess to her bridge club on Tuesday
evening at her apartment on
Guests were Mrs. Kenneth Wag
ner and Mrs. Jim Bob Sanders.
Arrangements of yaupon and ivy
were used throughout the home
High score for club went to Mrs.
Bob Williams while Miss Coretta
Thompson was second high. A
rhinestone pin was presented to
Mrs. Sanders for guest high.
During play chee-wes with
cokes were enjoyed and at the con
clusion of the game the hostess
served lemon bisque.
Miss Barbara Gillikin, daughter I ';'
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rt.'l, was admitted Tuesday for an
Couples Club Meets
With Ethan Davis
-and were loaded
with fine g
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KC3EHEAD CITYl THIST STCSE KB HER
33 lien's Suits 10 psl. oil
SForlcoats ..:.! $5X3 cil
Asst. oi $1X3 G $1.53 Tfcs..7Js
Scarf & Glove Sets ........ 1-3 off
Alligator Golf Shirts ..... 1-3 cil
D.2in Hats 1-3 eft
Leather Cigarette Ccscs 1-2 cli
Shiricraii While Shirts . .. $2.55
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Si. Paul's Auxiliary Has
Program On China Monday
The Woman's Auxiliary of SI.
Paul's Episcopal Church met Mon
day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
Civic Center with Mrs. E. A. Coun
cil as hostess.
Mrs. J. M. Morrill, president,
presided over the meeting and dur
ing the business session contribu
tions were authorized for Christ
mas work in the parish and Thomp
son orphanage. Final reports for
the year were turned in by vari
ous chairmen, and a committee
was appointed to nomi te officers
for 1949. Arrangements were made
for the Auxiliary's Christmas party
in Beaufort on Dec. 13.
Mrs. William Martin, educational
program chairman, then introduced
Mrs. 0. H. Johnson who gave the
first of a series of three studies
on China. An open discussion fol
lowed. Mrs. Council served iced layer
fruit cake and hot tea during the
Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Davis were
hosts to the Couples bridge club
at their home on Bridges Street
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lionel
Smith and Mrs. Fred Willis.
Mr. John Willis received a coca
cola aprons for ladies high while
Mr. Willis received shaving lotion
for men's high. Mr. Jarvis Herring
won the floating prize, a bon bon
dish, and Mrs. Lionel Smith re
ceived a mint dish for guest high.
During the first progression
cokes and mints were served and
at the conclusion of the game
everyone enjoyed fruit cake topped
withwhipped cream and coffee.
Each plate was adorned with a
miniature holiday corsage while
white narcissi with fern were used
to decorate the living room.
Little Joseph Bella mah, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Victor T. Bellamah.J
of Beaufort; was admitted and dis
Mr. G. D. Henderson, of New
port, was discharged Wednesday
following an operation.
Mrs. Ida Modlin, of Beaufort,
was 'admitted to the hospital Wednesday.
Mrs. Ollie Neal, of Beaufort, is
receiving treatment in the hos
Mr. Thomas Richards, of the
Yacht Shadow, was admitted Wed
Mrs. H. B. Utley is a patient in
the; Morehead City hospital.
Mrs. E. W. Copeland, of More
head City, rt. 1, was admitted yes
terday. Mr. Reginald Garner is doing
nicely in the hospital.
Mrs. Howard L. Rivers, of More
head City, was admitted Thursday.
Mrs. Earl V. Davis, of Smyrna,
was admitted Tuesday for an operation.
Floating Bridge Club
Meets With Mrs. Johnson
Bridge Club Meels With
Mrs. Robert Laughton
Mrs. Robert Laughton entertain
ed her bridge club at her home on
Evans Street Tuesday evening,
fit the, eonolusion 'of play at
three tables Mrs. Frank Swindell
received hi-jacs for high score
and Mrs. Alfonzo James, second
high, received a cookie jar.
Refreshments were hot tea with
chicken salad sandwiches and
Mrs. Robert Seaman will enter
tain the club next week.
Mrs. John Johnson entertained
the Floating bridge club at her
home on Evans Street Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs.
Wayne Cooper as a guest.
Mrs. Gene Hessee received cro
cheted pot holders for high score
and Mrs. Joe Smith received a si
miliar prize for second high.
Upon arrival of the guests the
hostess served ice cream sundaes
with cookies and during the pro
gressions cokes with peanuts am
mints were served.
Each member received a thermo
meter calendar as a favor.
Mrs. Thomas G. Willis, of Beau
fort, was admitted to the hospital
Mrs. Rudolph Lucas Has
Bridge Club Wednesday
Mrs. Rudolph Lucas entertained
her bridge club Wednesday eve
ning at her home on Arendell
A the conclusion of play at W
tablets Mrs. Jessie Devonchik re
ceived a demitasse cup for high
while Mrs. Edgar Bell as second
high, was given a novelty cup.
The hostess served fruit cake
topped with whipped cream and a
cherry and coffee.
Mrs. Devonchik will entertain
the club next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Willis, of
Beaufort, announce the birth of a
daughter, Jeanne Lillie, in the
Morehead City Hospital on Nov.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris, Jr.,
of . Marshallberg, announce the
birth of a son, James Franklin, on
Nov. 29, in the Morehead City Hos
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cannon
of. Morehead City, announce the
birth of a son, Lester Craig, in the
Morehead City Hospital on Nov.
Mr. , and Mrs. W. B. Smith, of
Atlantic, announce the birth of a
son, William Finley, on December
1, in the Morehead City Hospital.
Lee B. Parker spent the Thanks
giving holidays with Wayland
Hart, in Washington, D. C.
oisel iMn-ogn (omI (hose
who have kept their teen-age
figured) will dote upon this
Gossar-DEB "pull-on" pantie and
girdle ... for that wonderful
two-way-stretch elastic pwloliJ
in front with satin elastic.'
TAe "petite" uplift, f toy sort
Any Item Over
$10 Dough! On
Ml Bridges 8s.
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TAKE HER TO SUNDAY DINNER
Al THE CAROLINA GRILL
THERE'S A DELICIOUS TREAT IN
STORE FOR YOU
Menu For Sunday, Dec. 5
Oyster Shrimp Fruit
Clam Chowder Tomato Cream of Mushroom
ROAST TO VI TURKEY with mushroom and celery stuff
ing, gibblet gravy and cranberry sauce, choice of oup or
juice, two vegetables, coffee or tea, bread, butler, and
BROILED OR FRIED SPECKLE TROUT with tartar
sauce, choice of soup or juice, two vegetables, coffee or
tea, bread, butter, and dosscrt $1.10
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS with tomato souce, choice
of soup or juice, two vegetables, coffee or tea, bread, but
ter, and dessert $1.10
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN with asparagus salad,
choice .of.spup tf41fe,iwo vegetables, coffgg or tea, 'r,
brtad andtutteradeLisV V
FRIED OYSTERS OR 8HAB ROr? with cole slaw, choice
of soup or juice, two vegetables, coffee or tea, bread, but
ter, and dessert $1.00
GROUND BEEF STEAK with lettuce and tomato. Choice
of soup or juice, two vegetables, coffee or tea, bread and
butter, and dessert $1.00
FRIED SHRIMP with cole slaw. Choice of soup or juice,
two vegetables, coffee or tea, bread and butter, and des
Shrimp or Oyster Cocktail in place of soup or juice
on the dinner 15c Extra.
Mashed Potatoes Candied Yams
Green Peas Pickled Beets
Apple, Mincemeat, Lemon, or Cocoanut Pie, Ice Cream
THE CAROLINA GRILL
"JUST GOOD FOOD"
TURNER STREET BEAUFORT
DO YOOD CHRISTIIAS SHOPPIIIG EAB1Y"
Frank Leonard, Mgr.
FRONT STREET , BEAUFORT
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Gills are now on dis
play lor all members
oi lb family.
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ccasniAS tree lights - Christmas tree holders
CEUSTI1AS CARDS - CC3ISTIIAS SEALS
ATD WILAPPCS PAPER
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GUTKIIIE - JOriES DRUG COLIPM
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