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Franklin Memorial Methodist
The Rev. W. D. Caviness, Minister
Sunday, Dec. 5
9:30 a m. Sunday School
11 a.m. Morning Worship.
Sermon, "Shalt We Have Right
eousness?" by the pastor
6 p.m. Intermediate Metho
dist Youth Fellowship, Mrs. Glenn
7:30 p.m. Evening Worship.
Sermon, "Blessed are the Peace
makers," by the pastor.
Monday, Dec. 6
7:30 p.m. Woman's Society of
Christian Service, Senior Methodist
.Wednesday, Dec. 8
7:30 p.m. Bible Hour
Thursday, Dec. 9
7 p.m. Choir practice
Camp Glenn Methodist Church
The Rev. W. D. Caviness, Minister
Sunday, Dec. 5
10 a.m. Morning Worship. Ser
mon by the pastor
11 a.m. Sunday School
First Methodist Church
The Rev. Lester A. Tilley, Minister
Sunday, Dec. 5
9:30 a.m. Church School
11 a.m. Worship and Holy
3 p.m. Infant Baptismal ser
vice 6:30 p.m. The Methodist Youth
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7:30 p.m. Worship: "What
Doest Thou Here?"
Monday, Dec. 6
3 p.m. The Woman's Society
of Christian Service
7:30 p.m. The Board of Stew
ards monthly meeting '
Wednesday, Dec. 7
7 p.m. Young People's choir
7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer
Will Meet In Davis Church
The Royal Ambassadors conclave
of the Atlantic Baptist association
will be held tomorrow at 10:30 in
the Davis Baptist church with Mrs.
Lucille Murphy, counselor of the
The Rev. John H. Bunn, pastor
of the First Baptist church, More
head City, will deliver the mission
ary message in the morning. His
subject will be "Boys and Mis
sions." Lunch will be served by the
women of the missionary society
and the young women's auxiliary
of the Davis church.
The afternoon speaker will be
the Rev. A. S. Lamm, pastor of the
Pollocksville church and divisional,
Royal Ambassador counselor. The
title of his address will be "R. A.'s,
Our Hope for Years to Come."
The meeting will adjourn at 2:30
p.m. Boys, their counselors, and
pastors will attend.
Capacily Crowd Hears
Sunday Organ Recital
Franklin Memorial Methodist
church was filled to overflowing
Sunday afternoon when T. L. New
berry, of Raleigh, gave a concert
on the church's new Hammond
Solists were Mrs. Ralph Wade
who sang "Thanks to God," and
"Great is Thy Faithfulness," Ralph
Lewis, New Bern, who sang "The
Holy City" and "I'd Rather Have
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Meets Down East
The Morchead-Beaufort Sub-Din-trict
Methodist Youth Fellowshi)
met in the Marshullbcrg Methodist
church Monday night. Miss Thclma
M. Harris presided at the service
of worship which was given by the
MYF of the host church.
Mrs. Grace Walance, the inspira
tional speaker, was presented to
the Methodist youth by Miss Har
ris. Mrs. Walance used "World
Peace" as her general theme. In
discussing this subject she pointed
out that all nations that have de
pended upon armed power have
failed. She contended that material
power has failed as a means of
preserving peace in the past. She
said that even atomic energy was
not powerful enough to bring
peace. She held up spiritual power
as the only hope for the future.
Special music was rendered by
Miss Nettie Wilson, Earl Lewis,
and Miss Grace Fitts. Miss Betty
Lou Dowty read a poem, "Aware
ness." The Rev. R. N. Fitts, pastor of
the host church, was in charge of
the installation service. He de
livered a charge to each of the
new officers. The officers are as
follows: president, Miss Wanda
Hill, Marshallbcrg; vice-president,
Miss Hellen Guthrie, Franklin Me
morial Methodist church, Morcheatl
City; adult councilor, the Reverend
C. Maness Mitchell, pastor of the
Beaufort circuit. Secretary, Miss
Judy Mann, Newport, was not pre
. The roll of churches was called
Jesus," and Ruth Webb Bailey who
sang "The Lost Chord."
Mr. Newberry played Yuletidc
tunes, oldtimc favorites, and
COUNTY NEWS-ITKES, UOBEBEAD CUT AND BEAUFORT, N.
November Parking Ileier
Fees Total $821.72
Money collected in Beaufort
parking meters for the month of
November totaled $621.72, William
Hatsell, town clerk, reported yes
terday. Last week the collection was the
second highest since the meters
were installed, an indication per
haps, Mr. Hatsell commented, that
Christmas buying has started.
The meters coughed up $170.56,
which was $3.04 less than the
highest week tallied. That week
was in August. ,
Living Space Available
Dan Walker, manager of the
Beaufort Chamber of Commerce,
repeated the request that residents
list with him rooms or apartments
for rent and whether they are fur
nished or unfurnished. Some resi
dents have already complied. Mr.
Walker said, and the' Chamber ap
preciates the information.
Static electricity generated when
you scuff your feet across a rug
will generate as much as 18,000
volts, engineers estimate.
in the business session. Ann Street
Methodist church, Beaufort, had
the largest number present with
42. Franklin Memorial Methodist
church of Morehead City was runner-up
in attendance with 38 pre
sent. The total present passed the
The Youth were urged to remem
ber Camp Don-Lee in their Christ
Recreation was directed by
Woodrow Wilson assisted by Miss
Helen Guthrie, representing Frank
lin Memorial Methodist church.
The MYF of the host church
served refreshments. The eats were
good and plentiful.
Miss Dorothy Harrell extended
an invitation for the Fellowship to
meet in First Methodist church,
Morehead City on Dec. 27.
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By. "Gene Long
Morehead High School
The Library club 'held an organ
ization meeting last week and the
following people were -elected as
officers: Ona Willis, president;
Lucille Wright, vice-president;
Frances Brinson, secretary and
treasurer; Jean Morton, social
chairman; Lucille Wright program
chairman; Charlene Salter, report
er; Mrs. Lollis, the librarian, is the
faculty advisor. The club plans to
meet every fourth Tuesday and
they intended to give a public play
sometime after Christmas. Right
now they're working on nlans to
improve the library which surely
, The Teen-Agers don't realize
what they are missing when they
don't hang-out at the Sanitary
Lunch counter. The "counter," now
under the management of Luther
Earl Lewis, is a very nice estab
lishment with a juke box and
plenty of hot dogs and hamburg
ers. It's now open until 10:00 at
night but will stay open longer it
there are any customers there. An:
other place to buy good hamburg
ers is "Dom's," up in the other
section of town.
I have just received word that
one of our 1948 graduates, J. D.
Helms, has left for Germany. An
other one, Bill Marks, is due home
about Sunday. Two more, Marietta
O'Donald and Edward Campbell
were to get married last Wednes
day. Most of the others are away
at college or working.
Library Receives Globe,
Gift From Mrs. T. T. Poller
The Carteret County Public lib
rary, Pollock and Broad streets,
Beaufort, was recently given a
globe, a gift from Mrs. T. T. (Tom)
Potter. The globe, with a new at
las recently purchased by the lib
rary, will be placed on a special
Also given to the library this
year was an electric clock a pre
sent from Mrs. B. A. Bell, Beau
fort. I'TA Makes $100
Beaufort PaientTcachcr asso
ciation cleared $100 on Bargain
Night at the Idle Hour Amusement
center Tuesday night. Mrs. Robert
Safrit, Jr., co-chairman of the ways
and means committee, reported
that "everyone had a good time"
and that Bargain Night would
probably be sponsored again some
time. ' ' ', ' i
Rev. T. R. Jenkins Heads
Methodist Ministers' Group
The "Rev. T. R. Jenkins, pastor
of Ann Street Methodist church,
was elected president of the More-head-Beaufort
association at a meeting Monday
in the educational building of the
Ann Street church, Beaufort.
The Rev. C. M. Mitchell, pastor
of the Beaufort circuit, was elect
ed secretary. Mr. Jenkins succeeds
the Rev. L. A. Tilley, pastor of
the First Methodist church, More
head City, and Mr. Mitchell suc
ceeds the Rev. W. D. Caviness,
pastor of the Franklin Memorial
Methodist church. Both Mr. Cavi
ness and Mr. Tilley have served
Mr. Jenkins was in charge of the
devotional period, using as his
theme Thanksgiving. During the
business session the Christian Ru
ral Overseas Program was discuss
ed, improvement of radio devotion-
p.ls, youth work ofo the Methodist i
church, Christmas activities and
the proposed Methodist church ; 1 1
The Havelock charge is included j
In tne Beauiort circuit.
Two Morehead City Men
Enlist in Army, Air Force
Two Morehead City men enlisted
recently in the Army and Air
Force, according to an announce
ment from the New Bern recruit
Archie L. Edwards, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Preston C. Edwards, 1810
Fisher street, enlisted in the re
gular Army for three years and
George H. Parker, son of Mrs. M.
G. Parker, 1713 Arendell street, en
listed in the Air Force for three
Smyrna PTA to Sponsor
Clam Bake, Square Dance
Smyrna Parent-Teacher associa
tion will sponsor a clam bake and
square dance at Willis Brothers
clam house, Williston, at 8 o'clock
tomorrow night, Mrs. Elmer Wil
lis, president, announced this week.
Proceeds will be used to improve
"Get your tickets early and don't
cat all day," declared Mrs. Willis,
"for you will get plenty of clams,
chicken, and all the trimmings."
Orthopedic Clinic Tuesday
Dr. Hugh Thompson will be at
the health center in New Bern for
the monthly orthopedic clinic at
noon Tuesday, Dec. 7. Any person
needing this service is eligible for
the clinic, Dr. Eugene A. Bain,
health officer, has announced.
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quests that they take it upon them
selves to select a central food col
lection point in their respective
communities and notify Mr. May
when the food there will be ready
to be picked up by the trucks.
"The success of this campaign
depends upon these community
leaders assuming this responsibi
lity and pushing the drive," com
mented the CROP chairman. "They
have been selected because of their
prominence in the community and
their splendid cooperation with
similar projects in the past. We
know that Carteret county can
easily load a boxcar of food to
send to the starving people of Eu
rope and Asia, all we need is this
coming week of effective organiza
tion and cooperation on the part of
every resident of the county."
In charge of the drive in Beau
fort is the Rev. W. L. Martin, rcc
tor of St. Paul's Episcopal church.
Food required for the box car
is as follows: corn, wheat, oats,
rye, barley, rice, soybeans, beans,
peas, fried fruits, canned meats,
canned goods, salt, sugar, lard,
macaroni, syrup, molasses in cans.
Cotton, canned milk, peanuts,
pecans, candy, flour, fruit juice.
Yams, potatoes, poultry, wed
meats, and pork will be sold to
pay the freight cost.
Serving on the publicity com
mittee for CROP, is James W.
Wallace of the radio station, and
Miss Ruth Peeling, of the Carteret
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O'Sullivan, Nick GalLantis; Lana
Turner, Bill Chalk; Dorothy La
mour, Dave Styron; Betty Grable,
Skinner Chalk; Carmen Miranda,
Hedy Lamarr, Jerry Willis; Ha
zel Scott, E. M. Dewey; Myrna Loy,
Ray Cummings; Ginger Rogers, H.
S. Gibbs, Jr.; Ingrid Bergman, Sam
Hatcher; Paulette Goddard, Frank
Moran; Lauren Bacall, Coolidge
Merrill; Veronica Lake, Robert
Rita Hayworth, Bernard Leary;
Greta Garbo. Frank Hatton; Esther
Williams, Warren Beck; Margaret
O'Brien, Joe Hall, Judy Garland,
L. G. Dunn; Mills Brothers, Bobby
Bell, Ethan Davis, Stamey Davis,
and James Webb. .
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quested to apeak on that subject
in the near future. He mentioned
this in connection with the fact
that money will be required to fi
nance the work of the planning
board, if their work is approved
by the town board.
Guests -eMhe meeting' was Tony
Seamon, Morehead City Rotarian.
: Dec. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Pellham
Jones, of Wake Forest, N. G, spent
a long weekend here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Lewis, of
Staten Island, N. Y., have been
here two weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Guy R. Willis, of
Durham,1 N. C, returned home
Sunday after visiting his mother,
Mrs. Gertie Willis.
Rev. and Mrs. Lee Phillips and
daughter have returned from
' Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Mulkcy and
children, of Millen, Ga., have re
turned to their home after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith, of New
Bern, N. C, returned home last
week after spending several days
with Mr. i;nd Mrs. Ralph Neal.
Mis;; Amic 11 lore Piner return
ed to Hendersi', N. C. Sunday
. spending ThaiiK ;:iv;ng giving
h iliibys home with hei parents,
lAr. anu Mrs. E. T. Piner.
Mr. Agness Jones, of Panama,
is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. Thomas Nelson Wilson, stu
dent of State College, Raleigh, was
home for Thanksgiving holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Co
Mr. Robert Lewis, of Staten Is
land, N. Y., arrived here over the
Mrs. Norvie Day and daughter,
oof Beaufort, N. C, spent the week
end here with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Roy Brown and son return
ed home Saturday from Hatteras,
N. C. where she visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bal
lancc. E. T. Piner spent Thanksgiving
holidays here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. Piner.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and
children, of Portsmouth, Va., spent
Sunday here with his mother, Mrs
Durwood Moore is home on leave
for several days. f
Mrs. Sybil Simpson and child--!
ren, of Ocracoke, N. C, are here)
visiting Mrs. Roy Brown.
Mrs. Willard Piner and girls j
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the weekend. . ".
Character Omitted , "
Omitted in the cast of characters
for the Little Theater play, "Jrtan
of Lorraine," which appeared ) in
Tuesday's paper, was the name: of
Harley Lindsay who will play "Du
rand Laxart." ; j
No More Typhoid Fever Cases i(
Rumor that there are three ty
phoid fever cases in Beaufort1 is
evidently unfounded. A check With
the health department yesterday
resulted in the announcement that
no typhoid cases have been report
ed there. '
The temperature of the surface
of the sun is calculated to be about
6.000 decrees centigrade. .
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