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CASTESST COUNTY NEWS-TWES, UORESSAft OTt AJftt E2ACTC2T, N, C
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. Ml
F iHortljeab Clity facial efns
lU J. Mkkitl Moras, 8ocltly Editer
Phone M I7H
; Mrs. Charles S. Wallace, Jr., of
Norfolk, Va., and Miss Bertha Tol
ton, of New Pern, visited Mr. and
(Mrs. Fred Royal last week.
' Miss Gabriel Brard returned re
cently from a ten days' visit in
-Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Charles Canfield and son,
Dick, left Sunday to visit her
father in Sarasota, Fla.
Misses Madeline Royal, Lucille
(Finer, Grace Beers and Lillian
Frances Giddens spent last week
end at Camp Joy Wood.
Louis Giddens, of Soldsboro,
visited his uncle, Dr. J. Frank
Giddens on Sunday.
Lester Sryrriii Initiated
Into Phi Beta Kappa
Lester Sryron. son of Mrs. lack
Styrea of Morehead City, was one
of 59 University of North Carolina
students Initiated into Fhi Beta
Kappa, national scholastic honor
fraternity, Tuesday night.
initiation ceremonies were held
I in tht Carolina Inn at Chapel HiM
Following the initiation the new
member were entertained at a
banquet at which Chancellor Ro
bert B. House was the principal
To make Phi Beta Kappa, a stu
dent must average ne less than a
B (90 to 95) on all subjects.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams and1 MiSS Dorothy HatteM HaS
son, John, spent Sunday in wii-j Bridge Club Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Gib Farrior are
spending several days in Washing
ton, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis and
daughter, Freida, Miss Crosby
Paige, Fred Nelson, and Bill Reid,
of Camp Lcjeune, recently spent
several days in Washington, D. C.
Mrs. J. W. Jackson, Miss Doio-
thv Roberts and Mrs. S. W.
Thnmoson soent Wednesday in
Mrs. Waller Htifham returned
ast nient from Wilmington where
khe has been visiting her mother,
Mis. C. D. Koonce.
mJAr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis spent
uesday in Wilmington.
lub To Meet At Rec Center
The Literary and Art depart
ment of the Woman's Club will
eet Wednesday in the Carteret
eereation center rather than the
ivic Center. All members are
rged to be present.
The Wednesday evening club
met with Miss Dorothy Harrell at
her home on Seventh Street at 8
Three progressions were played
at two tables during which the
hostess served cokes with nuts.
High score prize, a bon bon dish,
was won by Miss Coretta Thomp
son and Mrs. Josiuh Bailey was
consoled with note paper.
Froien strawberry short cake
was served as a dessert.
Narcissi were used for decorations.
Julna Young Celebrates
Third Birthday Tuesday
Little Julna Young celebrated
her third birthday wrth a lovely
party given by her aunt, Mrs. Ju
lius Nelson, Sr., on Tuesday after
noon at 4 o'clock.
Eighteen little friends were pre
sent and enjoyed ice cream and
cake during the afternoon. Each
was aiven a balloon and novelty
hat for a favor.
$6.50 lo S10.C0'
Cutest gift idea in years
is this sparkling Mallory
Cift Package. As he unties the
ribbon, the sides fall away to reveal a miniature
hat complete with a handsome gift certificate
we'll redeem any time for the Mallory of his choice la
It's clever, practical, luts of fun
end takes but a minute.
Why not drop in for his this week?,
IN MOREHEAD CITY IT'S
GIFT HEADQUARTERS FOR MEN
Arendell Street M 9816 Morehead City
W.S.C.S. Has Annual
Wesleyan Guild members were
guests of the Woman's Society of
Christian Service at their annual
Christmas party held In the Civic
center Monday evening.
Mrs. Josiah Bailey, soloist, sang
"Oh, Holy Night," and Mrs. G. H.
Jackson, president, gave a splendid
program on the characteristics of
the Mother Mary. During the pro
gram an offering was taken for
the W. S. C. S.'s Christmas fund
Mrs. Malcolm Collins and Mrs.
it. T, Mills were in charge of de
corations which were lovely
poinsettias with ivy, pine and
red candles beautifully arranged
throughout the club rooms.
Mrs. Robert Taylor presented
honorary baby memberships to 12
children as love gifts from grand
parents, aunts, and uncles. Christ
mas carols were sung in unison by
Mrs. Earl Piner was chairman
of the refreshment committee and
delicious angel food cake topped
with whipped cream and cocoanut
was served. Each plate was decora
ted with a miniature holly corsage.
Floating Bridge Club Meets
With Mrs. Julius Nelson
Mrs. Julius Nelson, Sr. entertain
ed the Floating Bridge Club at her
The home was decorated with
lovely wild fall flowers and a light
ed Christmas tree.
Mrs. Wayne Cooper was an in
High score prize, soap powder,
was won by Mrs. Joe Smith while
Mrs. Percy Deyo received a car
ton of gum for second high. Mrs.
G. A. Aspenburg won the consola
tion prize, a towel and Mrs. Cooper
also received a similar gift.
Upon arrival of the guests the
hostess served fruit jello with
cookies and during play cokes,
mints and peanuts were enjoyed.
Mrs. Walter Davis Wins
High At Bridge Club
Mrs. Robert Seaman entertained
her bridge club at her home Tues
day evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs.
Dick Weeks and Mrs. Frank Gran
tham as guests.
High score prize, a lace hand
kerchief, was won by Mrs. Walter
Davis and second high, a bracelet
and earrings, went to Mrs. Her
man Guthrie. Mrs. Clyde Willis
was consoled with earrings.
The hostess presented Mrs. Wal
ter Davis with a lovely birthday
cake and crystal in her pattern
in honor of her. anniversary. ,
" Refreshments' Served by candle
light were cake with Ice cream.
The home was decorated with
yaupon and other Christmas foliage.
Miss Coretta Thompson
Has Bridge Club Tuesday
Miss Coretta Thompson enter
tained at three tables of bridge at
her home on Evans Street Tues
Invited guests were Mrs. Rufus
Sams, Mrs. Reginald Meyers ami
Mrs. Marlon Mills.
Refreshments of holiday cus
tards with coffee and nuts were
served and each table was decora
ted with a Christmas centerpiece
of yaupon, Christmas balls and
lighted candles. During play cokes
Club high was won by Mrs. A.
H. La Montagne and second high
went to Miss Ann Mills. Mrs. Mey
ers received a necklace and ear
rings for guest high.
The club will meet with Miss
Ann Mills next week.
Boats Make Good Catches
la Nearby Waters Tuesday
Fish factories were again ablaze
with lights Tuesday night as the
boats brought in big catches and
the shad smog lay low over Beau
fort and Morehead City.
The G. W. Wallace factory on
Monday lost a $3,500 seine and
two purse boats. Search for it by
plane failed to locate the valuable
Filth Grade To Present
Christmas Pageant To PTA
Miss Betty Harker's fifth grade
will present a Christmas pageant,
"A Story of the Fulfillment of the
Prophecy of the Coming of Christ,"
at the monthly meeting of the
Parent-Teachers association on
The meeting will begin at 7:30
and a business session will also be
Dec. 8 -r- Miss Pauline Beach
am and Mr. John Bell motored to
Washington, N. C, Sunday, to visil
Mrs. Roy Lewis, Roy, Jr., and
sister, Sherril accompanied by Mrs.
J. C. Pake motored to New Bern
on a shopping excursion.
Mr. Jimmie McElroy returned
Monday from Asheville and
brought with him his cousin, Mr
Harold Sluder. Salt air does things
to folks here!
Mmes. Cicero Gfithric, Troy Mor
riss, and Troy Morriss, Jr., shopped
at Cherry Point Tuesday.
Mmes. Russell Willis, Mel Mans
field, Marvin Willis, John Eaton,
and Miss Georgia Davis did gome
shopping in Raleigh, Monday.
Mr. Cal Whaley was in Reeds
ville, Tuesday, on business.
Mrs. Ed. Pone and granddaugh
ter, Edna Ilardeson are visiting
relatives in Savannah, Georgia un
Mr. and Mis. Frank Gonsalves in
company with the twin sisters.
Miss. Ina and Ona Willis spent
Monday in New Bern shopping.
Mrs. J. C. Pake has made re
servations to board the air liner
this Saturday for a trip to Mem
phis, Tenn., to join Mr. Pake who
is stationed there at a Naval hos
pital. They located living quarters
and will set up house keeping.
Dec. 7 The death angel visit
ed the community Thursday morn
ing and took away one 6f the
oldest people in the community,
Mr. David F. Oglesby. He was born
September 15, 1863 and died Dec
ember 2. He is survived by two
uons, B. F. Oglesby and W. H.
Oglesby of this community and
three daughters, Miss Clara Ogles
by of New Bern, RFD, Mrs. Lula
Howell and Mrs. Nora Foreman
of Bridgeton, one brother, Mr. J.
H. Oglesby of Bridgeton and one
sister, Miss Sudie Oglesby of
end eighteen grandchildren and
twenlv-six great grandchildren. He
was iaid to rest in the family
cemetery near Newport. Rev. W. E.
Anderson officiated at the grove.
Rev. J. Albert Taylor returned
to Elm City Monday after conduct
ing a revival meeting at Graham's
Jesse Small, U. 3. C. O., return
cd to duty Thursday at Wilming
ton after spending a while with
Rev. Ernest Douchit will hold
services at Bay View BapUsi
church Sunday morning and eve
ning. Mr. Owen Cottle spent the week
end with his mother in New Bern.
Rev. J. Randall Bennett, of
Bridgeton, will hold services at
Mt. Pleasant F. W. B. church Sun
Mrs. Winfield Lewis is on the
sick list. We wish for her a speedy
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Haskett and.
daughter, of Havelock, spent Sun
day in the communuity with rela
tives. Miss Pearl Bordeaux will hold
services at Graham's chapel Sun
day morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie G. Lewis and
daughter, Darlene, of Morehead
City, spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Small.
Mr. Charlie Freeman, of Bridge
ton, spent a while la the commu
nity Monday evening.
Mrs. Jesse Graham and little
daughter returned heme from
Morehead City Hospital last week.
Mrs. Carlos M. Armstrong and
children, of Elizabeth City, and Mr.
Jerry Hardesty and Sgt. Bennie
Hardesty spent a while Monday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Small and family.
. Mr. Cyrus Lilly, Mr, T. L. Lilly,
and Miss Armenta Lilly returned
home from Rossiter, Penna., Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. Levy Morris, of
Vanceboro, attended church ser
vices at Graham's chapel Saturday
Mr. Robert Lewis, of Broad
Creek, is spending a few days with
Mr. Winfield Lewis.
Mrs. Floyd Winberry is visiting
relatives in Morehead City.
Mrs. Walter Trigleth and family
spent a while Monday afternoon
with Mrs. W. C. Williams.
Mrs. J. F. Small and little Wm.
Small spent Thursday afternoon
with Mrs. Billie Lewis, of More
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Graham
spent a while Saturday with Mrs.
G. C. Cuthrell.
Mrs. Helen Weeks spent a few
days with Mrs. Lee Brown, of Wire
Grass, last week.
Mrs. Lee Brown and Mr. Lee
Brown, Jr. spent a while Monday
in the community.
Mr. T. L. Lilly is spending the
week with Mr. Cyrus Lilly.
Miss Armenta Llllv soent a
while Sunday with Miss Pearl!
I!is ftjisf Ass
Uesys Chi KesSa;
Krai Carrie B. Gillikln, home
gent, has announced the home
demonstration club meeting for
the coming week. .-..
They are as follows: Pellet ier,
2:30. this afternoon In the church;
Russe-U'i Creek, 70 Monday night
with Mrs. B. T. Copeiaod; Cam
Glenn, 1:30 Wednesday afternoon
with Mr. Jhjiins Lewis. '
wmistoa, T:S0 Wednesday night
with Mrs. John Wade; Merriroon,
2:30 Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Jim StaUings; Crab Point, 7:30
Thursday night with Mrs. Thomas
Cedar Island, o'clock next Fri
day afternoon' with Mrs. Maude
Daniels; Atlantic, 3 o'clock next
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Lam
bert Morris; and Wildwood, 7:30
next Friday night with Mrs. Walter
saiier ram, in. c.
Dec. 6, 1948
I'm seven years old, and would
like very much for you to bring
me a bicycle and electric train.
I have three brothers and one sis
ter, be nice to them.too. Also mom
and dad. You will find a gift for
you under the tree.
Gene Perry Willis
One adult in five today is
engaged in producing, processing
and distributing food; 150 years
ago nine out of 10 were.
(Continued From rage Two)
masse last week . . . and was pre
vented from doing so by Gov. R.
G. Cherry. . . .
Beaufort, N. C.
December I, 1948
Here I am back again wishing
for something else! However, be
ing as you are so good you won t
mind, will you? I am in the sixth
grade at school. I am 12 years old
and I won't ask for much. 1 want
a bathrobe, slippers, basketball
and goal, and a few books. Santa,
please don't forget grand dad who
is ill or mom, dad, and grand
mother. I have tried to be good
and not ask for too many things.
See if you can get at least a few
of these things. There will be a
NO DOUBTS HERE A North
Carolina morning daily ran this
headline last week: "Scott Demand
on Baise to Resign Still a Rumor."
Could be. But Vance Baise receiv
ed that letter from Kerr Scott
asking him to move out as chief
engineer of the State Highway
commission on January 6. Of that
there is no doubt here in Raleigh.
There is also no doubt that Charles
Flack of the State Utilities com
mission received a similar epistle.
Flack is expected to set up law
offices in Forest City in January
or February. Baise will likely land
a position with one of the State's
big road contractors.
SHOCKED Raleigh old heads
appear to be greatly shocked at
the manner in which Kerr Scott
operates, expecting him to follow
patterns used by Garner, Ehring
haua, Hoey, Broughton, and Cher
ry. They teem to have become ac
customed to a certain similarity
of action by -their Governors.
Scott never follows the same old
road maps. He knows he is un
orthodox, enjoys being that way,
and profits therefrom.
The Greensboro Daily News re
marked, with seme wisdom, last
week as follows:" Many a Raleigh
fetish is in for an overhauling."
PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE OF
Christmas budgeting need not be a problem
. not when
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you snop ai int. imtx anur ... we nave a seieciea 101 01 cnoice
Fall Dresses, in woolens and crepes that we are offering to the thrifty
shoppers at a special Pre-Christmas Sale price V They are all the
newest styles . . . Come in and see them you'll save!
Originally $14.95 to $25-NOW-$0
THE DRESS SHOP
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coke and pie under the tree for
you and some knitting needles for
Mrs. Santa. . .;.
Santa, please give all the child
ren something that will make them
happy and make their little hearts
sing as they approach this Christ
Nancy Faye Mason
flan Laying of Tile
Newport- commissioners at the
meeting Wednesday night at the
town hall discussed the street si
tuation and made plans for laying
a truckload of tiling recently pur
chased by the town.
One of the worst places where
drainage is needed is in Front oi
the old Baptist church, the board
Three commissioners, Clarence
Millis, David McCain, and Harold
Wilton attended the meeting be
sides the mayor, Aaron Craig.
The session was postponed from
the regular meeting night, Tues
day, because several of the com
missioners were out of town.
The next meeting is scheduled
for tlie first Tuesday In January,
Come In and TASTE her
Today & Tomorrow
AUNT JEMIMA will serve her delicious Pan
cakes with Log Cabin Syrup, Swift's Brooklield
Sausage, and Parkay, tree of charge. Be sure
lo come to
Former Kaiser-Frazer Building
18th & ARENDELL ST. MOREHEAD CITY
YOU'LL BE DELIGHTED WITH OUR
LOVELY SELECTION OF GIFT ITEMS
William's Sets $1.00 up
Old Spice Shaving Sets $1.25 up
Old Spice Lotion and Talcum
OTHER GIFTS FOR HIM
Remington Electric Shavers
FOR HER or HE1
JEWELITE COMB & BRUSH SETS '
LOVELY NEW GIFT STATIONERY
PARKER PEN & PENCIL SETS
WATERMAN PEN 4 PENCIL SETS
.Gilts For Baby...
Lucien Lelong Sets ... $3.75 up Dorothy Gray Sets .... $1.50 Op
Coty Sets $3.00 up! Chantilly by Houbgant $1.25 up
Evening In Paris Sets $1.50 up! Max Factor Sets $100 up
Colgate, Palmolive Shaving Sets
Mennen's Sets $1.25
Mennen's Lotion and Talcum
Kay woodie Pipes $3.00 up
I (many other kinds)
Amity Pipe Tobacco Pouches
YCUXL fc.d errs rc3 eyehyecdy
JGS 'nODSS D30G STQ3E
Day Phenea S3S1 Mil Night Phase S4S1
FRONT STREET BEAUFORT,