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Mrs. Lockwood Phillips, Society Editor Phone B-44S1
George Eastman i+turned Sun
day from an extended buying trip
which took him to all the prin-.
cipal furniture centers in thfc east.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyon Lewis. Mrs.
L. G. Davis and Mrs. Prudie Wil
lis <pove Y. Z. Mason to La Grange
Sunday where he will visit his
sist?\ Mrs. J. G. Waters.
Mr and Mrs'. George Green, Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn Ferrell and Miss
Alma Spence, all of Kinston, spent
Sunday with Miss Lottie Sanders.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Herring and
their children spent Sunday in
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kirk spent
Saturday .n Wilmington where
their son, Larry received medical
Mrs. F. E. Hyde will entertain
her fridge club Thursday evening.
Mr. aid Mrs. Wilton Boone of
Rich Square spent Sunday with
Mrs. Frances Boone.
Mrs. J. E. Arrington and Miss
Many Arrington spent Sunday in
Washington. N. C., where they vis
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Hayman and
young son, Richard, left Sunday
for Southport to visit his parents
?-ofori? going to Oteen where Dr.
nayman will be connected with
the medical staff.
i W. S. Sanders of Norfolk spent
several days here last week.
Mrs. Donald Nelson of Silver
Springs, Fla., arrived Thursday to
be with her daughter in law and
Mrs. Donald Nelson, Jr., and in
fant son. Ronald Lee, returned
home Sunday from the Cherry
Hugh Salter and Alec Erickson
spent Sunday in Clinton where
they attended, a VFW rally.
Mrs J. A. Avery returned to
New Bern Sunday after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Morning.
| Mr. and Mrs. Morning and lir.
I and Mrs. Claud Morning, Jr., drove
I her back.
Mr. and Mrs. Meggs and family
have moved from Atlantic Beach
into an apartment on the corner
of Ann and Moore St.
Mrs. Lillian Foreman entered
St. Luke's hospital in New Bern
yesterday for an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Degner of
Virginia Beach spent Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wright be
fore continuing on their trip to
Mi. and Mrs. E. J. Streubel of
Jamaica. L. I., spent Friday night
with Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks
while on their way to Florida.
Is This Your Dream Home?
THE CAMERON is out
standing for its closet
space. The front entrance
vestibule has coat and
storage closets. The rear
entry has broom and coat
closets. The bedroom hall
has a linen cabinet
and a handy storage closet
that may be used for a
sewing machine. Each of
the bedrooms has ample
closet spat e. The children s bedrooms, each with its own cloeet, bed
aid desk, fcin be opened into a daytime playroom by means of fold
The large living room offers many modern features. It has a three
way view; a built-in cabinet under the corner windows; and a book
raw' beside the fireplace with a convenient wood box underneath.
The kitchen-dining room has ideal light and cross ventilation, and
is directly connected to the front entrance. Working and eating
areas are divided by a counter and cupboards.
Construction is frame with a brick or stone veneer entrance and
chimney. The balance of the exterior is finished with wide aiding
or shingles and asphalt shingle roofing.
Overall dimensions are 44'6" x 30' with a full basement. The house
has 1193 square feet and a volume of 24,384 cubic feet.
We have the most complete selection of plans for ideal smpll hemes
in this area, plus the materials to make them to your specifications.
We also are ready to help you modernize and repair your present
BEAUFORT * N. C.
Jerry Austin Celebrates
Birthday With Party *
Jerry Austin. 4-year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Austin of Turner .
st. -celebrated his birthday with a
party Thursday afternoon, which
87 young friends attended.
Games were played during the >
afternoon and after the preaants i
wene opened by the guest of hon- ,
or, refreshments of cake and Ice I
cream were served. The guests
received favors of party hats and
baskets with Valentine candies.
Out-of-town guests attending the
party were Phyllis Smith, Tana i
Lee Smith, llary Virginia Smith,
Gerry Willis. Victor Wickixer, Jr., J
Stevie Wickiier, Guerney Miaell
and Worth Mizell, all of Morehead
City and Stevie Austin of Nor- I
Mrs. J. D. Rumley Reviews
'Woman Who Rang Bell'
The Woman Who Rang The
Bell, by Phillips Russell was re
viewed by Mrs. James D. Rumley
Thursday evening at the Beaufort
The book, which won the May
flower cup thia year, tells of the
life of Cornelia Phillips Spencer '
who worked during the Civil War
and in the years afterwards, to
keep Chapel Hill a university.
During the program Miss Lena
Duncan read selections from the
Mrs. W. L. House left Saturday
for Chapel Hill where she will vis- ,
it Mr. and Mrs. Pelham Jones,
and to Franklin county where she
will visit her son, Douglas.
Glenn Willis, Jr., a student at !
Wake Forest spent the .weekend j
Mrs. Calvin Jones was called to
Raeford Friday because of a death '
in her family. Mr. Jones and the
two boys, Calvin, Jr., and Dave ;
Ward, drove up Sunday to get her
and bring her home.
Miss Lena Duncan and Miss
Gladys Chadwick spent Saturday
Mrs. Clarence Guthrie took her
daughter, Suzanne, to Dr. Sidbur
y's hospital in Wilmington Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Van Austin of Nor- 1
folk, Va., spent the weekend with
Mrs. Curtis Brinson and joined
their son, Stevie, who has been
Thomas J. Adams has returned
home after being stationed in San
Mrs. C. R. Wheatly left yester
day for Charlotte to stay with her
grandchildren while Mr and Mrs.
Ed Davidson who are being trans
ferred to Rutherford, N. J., go
there and look for a house.
Dr. H. F. Prytherch will be the
speaker of the evening at- the
Rotary club in Edenton Thursday
Members of the First Baptist
church entertained at a reception
at the home of Mrs. C. L. Beam
last evening to honor Roba Lee
King who has been superintendent
of the Sunday school.
Miss Virginia Stanton will re
turn to Beaufort Wednxday from
Rocky Mount where she has been
visiting her sister and brother-in
Mrs. Teel Riven bark of Watha
arrived Sunday to be with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Safrit. Clara Sa
frit returned home with her
grandmother after a visit in Wa
1950's Biggest and Best
Furniture & Appluace Sale
City Appliance & Furniture Go.
FKONTST. ? KAUTOCr, N. c.
Yof Child Today
Th$ Problem of Jealousy
I n inn v * v? n? a ?ffr
don'1 DO ? hot !
UNfAIR TO SITTERS. . . . That's
w hat you'll be tailed If you
leave the dinner dithet for
your " baby-titter to wash?
' and . the en' I . (Oris again.
Young People's Group
To Meet at 7:30 Tonight
The Young Mensand Young Wo
men's club of Carteret county will
meet at 7:30 this evening in the
home agent's office, court house
annex. Topic for discussion will
be "Are You Marriageable?''
Mrs. Carrie Gillikin. home dem
onstration agent, announced the
following home demonstration club
meetings for this week: Crab Point
2:30 Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
J. L. Seamon; Cedar Island, 1 o'
clock Monday afternoon with Mrs.
Dora Day: and Atlantic. 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Dee
Mrs. Rusty Dorrler
Entertains Bridge Club
Mrs. Rusty Dorrler was hostess
Thursday afternoon when she en
tertained her bridge club.
Mrs. Glenn Adair received a
pair of vases as winner of high
During play Mrs. Dorrler served
cokes and nuts and at the end of
the afternoon apple pie a la mode
Three Special Guests
Attend Bridge Club Party
Miss Lena Duncan, Mrs. W. L.
Woodard and Mrs. L. W. Moore
were special guests Friday eve
ning when Mrs. Hilton Hill enter
tained her bridge club.
Mrs. R. M. Williams, winner of i
high score, received a box of note i
paper as the prize.
Mrs Hill served lemon pie and
coffee at the end of the evening |
Menus for lunches at Beaufort
school, today through Friday ap
Taday ? Vegetable soup, two
kinds of sandwiches, crackers, ice
cream and milk.
Tomorrow ? Chicken salad,
sliced cheese, crackers, green lima
beans, rice custard, milk, and
Thursday ? Canned beef hash,
pineapple salad, green field peas,
devil's food cake, milk, andHbread.
Friday ? Pork chops, candied
sweet potatoes, coiUrds, sliced
peaches, milk, and bread.
Approximately 5,000 trolley cars
(till operate in more tahn a score
of American cities.
?>J w??ll> IHIMHI HUM
Af Education Writer
Parents are becoming more and |
more aware that jealousy in chil
dren is often a very real problem.
And not knowing what to 0o about
it, many parents are worntd. Per
haps they have one baby and are
thinking of having another, or they
have two children and may have
noticed signs of jealousy in one or
"You WILL run into jealousy,"
says Dr. Edmund Ziman, former
psychiatrist at St. Elizabeths hos
pital. Washington, D. C., lecturer
at the medical schools of George
Washington University and Mary
land University and presently as
sociated with the William Alanson
White Psychiatric Institute and the
Washington - Baltimore Psychoan
alytic Institute. "Whether you have
two children or ton children, there
will still be jealousy; and if you
have only one child, you will still
run into jealousy."
Dr. Ziman has just written a
book, "Jealousy in Children: A
Guide For Parents," (A. A. Wyn,
New York). He says: "There will
be jealousy, but the depth of jeal
ous feeling will vary with each
child. It will depend on his rela
tionship to his parents, his prepa
ration for the coming of a new
baby, and his parents' attitudes,
toward him in general: whether
they enjoy him and love him. or
whether their affection depends
on his good behavior. It will de
pend, too, on whether both par
ents understand the child's upsets
and whether both agree on the ap
proach to his problems. But while
jealousy in children is almost com- 1 (
pletely unavoidable, it need not be- j
come a problem."
On th#> nthor hntid if ipnlmiftv is
permitted to exist without being
recognised, it can be very serious,
he says. Educators, psychologists,
psychoanalysis, and pediatricians
now agree that where emotional
problems are recognized early
enough, and something is done a
bout them, there will be fewer
emotional difficulties later in life.
Jealousy which bothers adults is
not quite the same as a child's
jealousy, he says. In a child it is
a perfectly normal reaction; usual
ly it is an unconscious attitude or
feeling which bothers him and
makes him as uncomfortable as it
does his parents. It is the poor
handling, the mismanagement, of
jealousy which causes trouble, not
the feeling itself; it is the failure
of the parents to recognize the ex
istence of jealousy, or their down
right suppression of it, that pro
duces such unhappy results.
We can say that a child is j?4r
ous when he want's something
someone else has. The child who
is troubled has to find some way
of showing it. A two-year-old, for
example, may revert to his infan
tile habits of no toilet training.
Or, he may strike his infant sister
or pull her out of her crib, or
But Dr. Ziman says he shouldn't
be regarded with horror, as if his
parents have suddenly discovered
they were harboHng a monster.
They cannot get very far by pun
ishing him because they have not
reassured him that he has not lost
their love. In fact punishment it
such times will only help convince
him that he has lost their love.
A little child needs to feel loved
and nJfeds to have this love demon
strated even more when there is a
new baby. The reassurance that
he belongs, that he is still very
muoh loved, that he was and is a
nice child, needs repetition over
and over in both words and acts.
Thomas's Welcome Son
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas of
j Tillsonburg, Ontario, welcomed
a t lb. 14 (B. son Friday, Jan.
13, in the Tillsonburg hospital.
The newcomer has a two year eld
sister, Judith Louise. Mrs. Thomas
j is the former Louise Gutbrie of
By Rath Cimit
State Horn* Demonstration Agent
The location o t the outlet where
the electric iron card plugs in may
teem an unimportant detail to the
man wtio wires the houee But te
the woman who does the ircming.
a convenient location for this par
ticular outlet saves time aad ef
fort and makes for a better iron
ing job. say the home management
specialists. For efficient work the
cord should not drag or catch on
tht board, hamper the movements
of the worker or pull across and
thus wrinkle clothes being Ironed.
The best place for the outlet
is above and to the front of the
board, the teats of hand ironing
shewed. The best height is 36 in.
or more above the board. The
most convenient position is on a
wall faced by the worker; next
best, on a wall to the aide (right
side for right-handed workers);
least convenient, on the wall in
back. An overhead outlet also
makes for convenient ironing if it
is within easy reach. But the
specialists caution against using
an ordinary light fixture on a
drop cerd for an iron, this does
not give proper heat and is likely
to cause overheating of the wire.
The length of the cord also
needs consideration when the out
let is placed above the board. Too
long a cord will wrinkle garments
CpL W. F. Willis Sarves
Wilh JUi Fore* in Orirat
A new arrival in the Orient to
serve with the Far East Air Forces
is Cpl. WiHimt F. Willif. ion of
b*in< ironed; too short a cord will
pull and hinder the ironing job.
Studies showed that a cord 5 1-2
feet long is needed when the out
let is on the wall laced by the
worker ami 36 inches above the
board, but that a 8-foot cord is
needed for an outlet on a side wall.
This applies to a standard size
board which measures 54 by 14
Mr and Mr?. George V. Willis of
SOI Fnher St., Morehead City.
Corporal Willis has been assigned
to Far East Air Material command
maintenance and supply depot (or
installation of the Air Force
throughout the Far East, and larg
est base of its type west of Sacra
Corporal Willis had his first
taste of military life with the U. S.
Marines, having served with that
branch of service from 1945 to
1948. While with that service, he
was attached to the 22nd Marines.
Sixth Marine Division, stationed at
Tsingtao. China. He transferred to
the Air Force in May of 1948.
INVITATION TO BEAUTY
for you alone . . .
A hair-do that effortlessly changes from
A.M. to P.M., with a flick of a brush. Sim
ple, yet not severe.
IN THE NEW MERRILL PROFESSIONAL BUILDING
A COMPLETE NEW SHOP IN A NEW LOCATION
DUCHESS BEAUTY SHOP
Front St. Phone B-511-6 Beaufort
NOT JUST OH SOME FEW THINGS
IH THE STORE
ONE-HALF OFF OH THOSE FAMOUS
JAUNTY JUNIOR SUITS
FRONT STREET BEAUFORT, N. C.
JUST AUITED AT
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
M Im* lutes
Diaiag Inr SmUm
Oaks of aU Kinds
NhU* Tap Wash Stands
Chairs - Mas
la hi Cherry
HUBIItW OF ITEM YOO HATE BEEN LOOKING FOR
AT BARGAIN PUCES
. EASTMAN FURNITURE ANNEX
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