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Dec. 4 Mrs. M. C. -Adams, J.
C. Adam and Everette Taylor mo
tored to Newport Tuesday evening
for Mrs. Adams 'to see Dr. Maton.
son. ' 'i
Mr. and. Mrs. Will Conner, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. W.'Ball, Will Hard
esty, MeSdahVCs Raymond Ball,
Carlton Taylor, and Rufus Ward
and PHillol. Tlylor Wrended tile
Rural "Elecfriflcatfon meetWg Wed
nesday afternoon in Morehead
Mrs. Ashby B. Worton spent
Thursday in Beaufort.
Mesdames Harry Davis, Emma
Oglesby and Hoy MmOh Vrtte in
Moreneaa: city rnoay morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Maude Taylor and
daughters, Claudte and 'Susan, of
Bachelor, wre tiere Wednesday
afternoon to see Mrs. Ashby B.
Llnwood Brinson, of 'Morehead
City, Was In the ebnimunity Wed
hesday. Mrs.'Geo. W. all land Mrs. Char
He Bell "Spent Friday in Morehead
Mesdames (Jlyde Tayldr, Rufus
yVard, Carlton f aylbr, Rdy Mason,
Emma'Ogtesby, 'Harry Davis, Char
he Bell, Will Conner tend A. N.
Bell attentfed the Home Demon
stration Club hrlsrftras party
Thursday afternoon t "the Core
Creek ebnimunity hotise.
Mrs. JJbhh E. , TayJbr, bf New
Bern, Tsjpeht "Sunday efe.
Mr. -ahd Mrs. Waiffe Taylbr, of
Wilmington were guests of Philip
Taylor ahd family -'during' the 'week
end. Mr. and Mrs. Cehophon Mason
and on, Charls, bf Marshallberg,
spent Sunday With Mr. nd Mrs.
Mrs. Ray Green and Miss Ann
Johnson, of Raleigh, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Ashby B. Morton during
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Everette Tay
lor and Mrs. M. C. Adams were in
Beaufort Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton 'Everette
and Vernon Everette, Of near
Greenville were In the community
Mrs. Carlton J. Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Ives attended the
show Friday evening. They were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Smith, Jr. of Bachelor.
Willie Bradshaw was in Kinston
Friday on business.
Mrs. L. C. Blanchard, of near
New Bern, was guest Saturday of
Mrs. Ashby B. Morton.
Mesdames A. N. Bell, Luke Tur
ner, W. K. Williams, Edsel Bell
and Eddie Turner and Gary Wil
liams "were in Morehead City Sat
Mr. and Mrs, Reginald Adams
were here Saturday evening to see
Mrs. M. C, Adaiits who has been
'HI.: " - ' "
Mrs. Alton Waters spent pttqday
with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Taylor.
Rev. J. M. Jollif hehj the services
here Sunday morning. .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor and
daughters. Jean, Claudia and Su
san, of Bachelor, were liere Sun
day afternoon to see Mrs. Ashby B.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morton spent
the weekend with relatives near
A- !B. Mbrtbn, Jr. 'was in Beau
fort Saturoay to se Dr. Moore.
The Woman's Society of Christ
ian wrvlce will meet Friday eve-
hing with Mrs. Harry Davis. Christ
mas gifts Win be exchanged instead
of the "PoHyahna" fame. -
The Woman's Society lbf Christ
ian sbrvfce met whh Mrs. W. 'C.
Witliants Friday evening for their
srndy class Sf "Oh Our 'Own Door
iteps.' Tailts tif rhtertit-ima 'edu
cational "Were given" by Metdlmes
Jdel Davis, 'Ooi-dbn Bectbh, Roy
Mason, Vlll ConnerClyde Tay
lor, C. Wittiams 'and Miss Elea
nor Taylbr, Mrs. WHlMhw assisted
by Mrs. Mason served hot cho
colate and wafers, ,
Mrs. Emma Oglesby spent Fri
day night with Mrs. primrose
Gooding at JorthKfver.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Salter, of
New Bern, passed through Sunday
enroute home from visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Osmond Salter at Bache
Mrs. .Carl H, Morton spent. Fri
day in Beaufort with Iter mother,
Mrs. .Dallas Sadler and Mrs. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo TVlor, 'of
Bachelor, visited in the communi
ty Sunday afternoon. , ,
Clarence Salter, of Bachelor,
passed through Sunday evening en
roiM to Havelock to see John
Mr. hd Mrs. Claude Taylbr Vnd
daughter, 'JftnClaudfa and Susan,
of BacHelbr, were here Sunttay eve
Whg to see Mrs. Ashby B. Mbrtbn.
Mr. nd Mrs. William Wallace
ahd 'daughter, 'who rfate been
MVing M TVey Taylor's oM ftbrte,
nave moved to Ntfwpbrt.
' Mr. tend Mrs. Ashby B. Morton
-their guest, Mrs. Rty 'Green
fend Miss Ann Jbhttsbh motbfefl to
Bachelor early Sdntfay Ifterrtobn
tb see Mr. ttnd Mrs. 'CiaotJe Taylor.
thfee Ttfvers DIcV,efe4
MOBC0W--A,P) Thte Wreto
for ihkhefh rtVefs nafe eeH tfis
cbVered th Hiberfa. A Tsa dis
patch frbrti -Lenmgrtd reTated bow
ah'-exptdmbn V)f scientists hearfed
tirbf. A. A. Feiflbrov.bf the 'Bo
tanical instttbte f Sciences, ptrte
trated 700 kilometers of Siberian
forest trails to 'find - the rivers.
They were ail In the little explored
central mountain range tt the Say
ansky mountains.- In addition to
the tivers the scientists fouhd
four, large flaclers . and . several
large and deep lakes 'rich In fish.
'Gigantic tedwooJl Irees, Inhabi
tants -of "the north-west, 'reach
heighU of i40 feet.
Dec. 7 Mr, nd Mrs. W,
Adams, Mr. ahd Mrs. E. T. Becton.
Mr. ahd Mrs. Elmo Taylor, Mr. and
Mrs. 'Fred Smith nd Mr. and Mrs.
C. -H. Smith were in Beaufort Sat
urday. ' - - - '. -
Mr. and Mrs. R. Tt. Rawls n&
children, FfaHk and Harold of
Cherry Point, Mr. and Mrs. John
WulTdn and cMasen, Steve ami
"HeTeh Vefe ?eceiit visitors bf Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Becton. - --
Misses Eva Adams Vivian Ben
ton arid "Patsy Becton visited Miss
es Betty Faye and Ann Rose-Flowers
Harold and Buddy Waddell were
guests of Misses Qwynh Adams
and Lois Benton Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith attend
ed the "Better Farming for Better
Living" program and luncheon at
the Recreation Center in New Bern
Mr. and Mrs. E. Claude Taylor
and daughters, Jeanne Claudia
and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Taylor visited Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Becton and children Sunday.
Misses Sue Ward and Ethel Jar
hum honored Junior Ward Friday
evening with a wiener roast at the
home 5f Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Belartgia on Neuse river. The fol
lowing guests were present; Misses
Nellie Ward, Ann Rose and Betty
Flowers, Lois and Vivian Benton,
Eva, Emily and Gwynn Adams, and
Mary Davis of Harlowe, Bob and
Bruce of Cherry Point, A. G. and
Clayton TayTb of TfafTowV, "Ellis
Worthington, John and Ken Dick
erson of Beaufort RFD.
Surprise Anniversary Party
Miss Sadie Lbuise Harris, with
Mrs. E. L. Becton and Mrs. Os
mond Salter as Cb-hdstesses, enter
tained about forty friends at her
home Saturday evening, Nov. 27,
honoring her parents, Mr. ahd Mrs.
H. N. Harris, their 14th wedding
The lace covered
was centered with
candles. The house was decorated
with native Christmas greens. Mrs.
Fred Dotger of Charlotte served
the three-tiered wedding cake
While the Mfe-sss Served Russian
tea, mints and toasted nuts.
Mr.-and Mrs. Harris received ma-
fy 'lovery Hts l everyone en-
Joyed a nice evening.
Mrs. Hadder and son, John, Mrs.
John Boyd, Mrs. Koonce and child
ren. Merle and Pete of New Bern,
RFD, spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Becton.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Small and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Small and son,
-of -Raleigh, Mr. -and Mrs. -Oeorge
Huntley, jr. ana cnuaren, ot Beau
fort, spent Sunday "With the J. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Taylor, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Smith, Sr., Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. Taylor and Mrs. George
Conway were in New Bbrn Wednesday.
Early American eating places
were patterned after European
bouquet of roses and white lighted Inns, taverns arid coffee houses.
191) TOtm IF BEAUFOBT
in A TTD
these Tags Can Be Secured al Hie Town Qil
front Street Police Station
Mil L. IIATSELL, Tax Ccllec-r
CaricrDi tdnnty, llcrili Carolina
' FbctlYeiftErtdedJtine 33,493
'ASSETS -m;'-,-... . - :
. $ !isfii7:n
Cash Oh Deposit, Various County Funds
Lbss: Re'serVe for Deferred Collection and Lbsses
Investment in Carteret County Bonds (Face Value
Certificates of Deposit First:itizens Bank & Trust Co
Accrued Interest on Carteret County Bonds
'Cburity Board 'f Education (School PfbpertieS)
Other County ""Properties
LIABILITIES AND sSSlUS:
Prepaid 1948 Taxes
Undistributed Registered Bond Account
Bonds, State Loans and Interest Payable:
Bond Interest Coupons Due
Interest on Notes Payable Prior to 7-1-35 ,
Opertttfffg Tbhtfs .....1 $ 238,427.09
Beaufort "School Btiildlhg fond 3,017.20
AtWntfc "Schbbl RiilWing Fund 47.6M00
-Capital Fund u. 1,808,45.32
Tol liabilities flvaTMWs
Vcawal iMtVaMi""! lllW Vawwiwad'UiiUS)
Taxes ahd penalties 'CbirecfCd
Schedule "B" 'ticenses - -
Clerk of Superior Court Fees
Register of Deeds Tes
County Board of Alcoholic Control
Sale bf Foreclosed Property
Flifes anil Forfeitures
"State and Federal Appropriations
State Donations Library Commission
'Crbatata Forest Reserve
Miscellaneous ...!.....;: .....
Balance Cash on Hand July l, 1947
, "':'''eBite taA'Biiilaiicc
Woriityhbrtl Fund $ 95,B6f.60
County Welfare Fund 17,830.26
Old Age Assistance Fund 54,807.00
Aid to Dependent -Children Fund .?. 10,012.00
Cotaty Health Fortd -.u-s 12,000.00
County Bonds Paid 62,554.60
rnfetest on'BbnaB ahd School Notes 56,716.39
Bank Charges, Cbmmission and other Bond Expenses 1,843.84
Transfers to County Board of Education - 106,675.00
"BALANCE - J- ASll ON HAND JUNE 30, 1948
"We hereby certify that we have made an audit of the, financial reebrfls of "Car
Heret Codnty, North daroUna, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1948; and "have 'Tiled
a complete audit report thereon. ?
We turther certify 'thirt we 'have prepared the above -cotidetned statement from
ur general report; n4 that the above statements are in fereerrTent "wlrh bAr 'report
and the books of account.
. Therefore, 'wiiiertjfy Hhat, In oui; opinion, the above represents ii We statement
of the financial condition of Carteret County, North Carolina, at June -30, 1946, and a
summary of Receipts and Disbursements for year ended same date.
-Raleigh, North Carolina, - By Frank P. Wall,
December 3, 1948. ' . Xftifiefl 'Ftihffc 'Accountant.