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Jan. 11 ? Mrs. Etta Pigott is
?pending, several weeks in Beau
fort with her sister, Mrs. Carl
Gaskill, who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chadwick are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Norwood
Roberts at Oriental.
Kenneth Bates, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Mears and sons, Elbert and
James, attended the church wed
ding of Miss Wilma Bates and Mr.
Leonard Evans, at North Charles
ton, S. C.
Mr. Aubrey Bates of Charles
ton, S. C., and Kansas* City, Mo.,
returned home with his brother
Kenneth to spend several days
Mrs. Bill Pigott gave her hus
band a birthday dinner Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Willis, Mrs.
Lillian Pigott and Miss Maggie
Pigott were guests.
Miss Hilma Chadwick who is
employed at Morehead City, spent
the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chadwick.
Mrs. Ada Whitehurst of Grand
River, Ohio left Saturday for Lake
| land, FU., where she will spend
i the winter.
Fate Chadwick returned to Pen
sacola, Fla., Saturday after spend
ing two weeks with his mother,
Mrs. Alice Chadwick, and other
Mrs. Kenneth Bates and son,
Rodney, spent the weekend with
Mrs. Christine Styron and family
at Morehead City.
Friends wish to express their
deepest sympathy to the family of
Mr. Guy Chadwick. Mr. Chadwick
died, Jan. 9. He rafn a grocery
store at Straits for over forty
years. His sons will continue his
The Woman's Society of Christ
ian Service met at the home of
Mrs. Julian Dennis at Straits Fri
day night, Jan. 6, with eleven
members present. After the busi
ness meeting the hostess served
cake and cold drinks.
Prayer meetings are held every
Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at
the Straits-Gloucester Methodist
church. Come out and enjoy the
good fellowship there.
Mr. Leila Chadwick and daugh
ter, Mrs. Pauline Bell, and sons of
Morehead City, were visiting in
our community Tuesday morning.
The first window that could be
moved up or down was invented
in Holland in the 17th century.
Information accumulated by 71 years of hard
work, CJ refill study and practical experience is
oncc more coming to Southern homes. The profit
and pleasure brought to farmers and gardeners since
1879 is YOURS by writing today for WOOD'S
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?eat, tools and supplies we regularly stock just to make sura your dealer or
garag* c"? e* pertly tad quickly make repairs wben they art Deeded for your
car. truck or tractor. We are proud of the service we give and of the nationally
famous brands of automotive products we sell. Here are^uat a law raw
wadad and used by your favorite service shop.
MrQuay N orris Parta, Champion Sparh Plugs, McCord
Gaskets. Hasting. Rings. Herbrand Tools, Fram Oil Fil
ters, Dayton Fan Belts. Generators, Starters,
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MORE HEAD CITY
Jan. 9. ? Mrs. Carl H. Morton
was in Beaufort Tuesday evening
to see Mrs. William Noe.
Mr. and Mrs. Burrus and fam
ily are living in Ivey Taylor's
Mrs. Ashby B. Morton was in
Beaufort Tuesday morning to see
Mrs. George W. Ball and Mrs.
Charlie Bell were in Morehead
City Friday morning.
Philip Taylor was in New Bern
Tuesday morning on business.
Sgt. and Mrs. C. M. Harris and
daughters. Susie and Linda, re
turned Friday from a three weeks'
trip to Alabama and Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Conner and
Mrs. Vincent Becton were in Beau
fort Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Everette Tay
lor and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams
attended a show at Beaufort Fri
Mrs. Emma Oglesby was in Beau
fort Friday morning on business.
Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. Gordon
Becton and daughter, Ann, were
in Morehead City Wednesday to
see Mrs. D. G. Bell.
Sgt. C. M. Harris and Johnnie
Olund were at Core Creek Friday
Mr. and Mrs. W. Kuch Williams
and son, Gary, were in Beaufort
Friday morning for Mr. Williams
to see Dr. Hyde.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Futrell and
children have returned from visit
ing relatives at Barbersville, Ky.
Mrs. Ashby B. Morton was in
ueauiori Jsaiuraay aiiernoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ashby B. Morton
left Sunday morning to visit their
daughter, Mrs. Ray Green and Mr.
Green in Tallahassee, Fla
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sadler Morton
visited Mrs. Morton's parents near
Washington during the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Burney L. Wither
ington and sons, Phil and Terry, of
Vanceboro were here Sunday aft
ernoon to see Mrs. W. C. Wil
Mrs. Carl H. Morton and Miss
Patricia Morton were in Beaufort
Miss Diana Owens, Miss Mer
thene Dozier, Kelzie Fodrie of
Norfolk, Va., and Sgt. Benjamin
Hardesty of the U. S. Air Force
were here recently visiting Mrs.
Winnie Johnson, aunt of Mr. Fod
rie and Sgt. Hardesty.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones of
Cherry Point spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Rev. J. M. Jolliff of Newport
will hold 10 o'clock services Sun
day at the Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee T. Castelow
and little daughter, Gale, of Nor
folk, Va., Mrs. Elsie Chadwick and
daughter, Romana, of Morehead
City spent the weekend with their
mother, Mrs. Winnie Johnson.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service will meet Thursday
evening, January 12, with Mrs.
Clyde Taylor and Miss Eleanor
Mrs. M. C. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Adams attended mass at
Cherry Point Sunday morning.
They also visited Mr. Tom Gooding
at Cherry Point.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hardesty
and Norwood Hardesty attended a
show in Be^ifort Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. John Hardison
and daughter, Cherry Dawn, of
near New Bern were here for the
Jan. 10? Mrs. Carroll Willis and
son. Anthony and Eddie, and Mrs.
Prudie Willis of Atlantic spent a
few hours Tuesday night with Mrs.
Herbert Hancock and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Algie Bell and
children of Charleston, S. C., after
spending Christmas and the holi
days in Boston with Mrs. Bell's
parents, visited Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Willis two days last week.
Roland Davis, L. F. Taylor and
Earle Davis returned home Thurs
day from a few days hunting trip
The Woman's Society of Christ
ian Service met at the Methodist
church 'Thursday night of last
Mrs. Clifton Yeomans and Mr.
THurman Davis took their son and
daughter to Dr. Sidbury'i hospital
to be checked over by the doctor
as neither of one of the children
seemed very well. Mrs. Davis and
daughter returned home Thursday
and Mrs. Yeomans and son will
spend a few days at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wade and
little son of WilUston visited rel
atives here a short time Saturday
Mrs Leon Lewis who has been
spending some time here with her
mother, Mrs. Hilda Gillikin, re
turned to her hom? in Norfolk,
Va., Thursady, Jan. S.
Harry Lane waa taken to the
Morehead City hospital Saturday
with pneumonia. At this time he
is reported to be some better. Hit
many friends wiih him a speedy
? r?covery. #
GROWTH OF POLIO CARE TEAM
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Medical care for polio patients I* totting the National Found. \
tion for Infantile Paralysis more money than ever befor*
becanae better treatment Is available today than formerly, as
accompanying chart reveala. Until 193$ wnen the National Fo
accompanying cnan rcvesu. whw ??? 1 1 1 'y.
dation waa formed, a physician and a nurse usually comprised
the best available care. Today, modern poiio trestm^t may
include XJ .petiaitaed aonrieei, Provided by an enUre TB/Ufal
nrofcAsioaal workers. This expanded care has cost National
inundation Chapters millions ^March of Dimes funds. More
money Is needed Immediately to continue these services. Support
5T&UO EPIDEMIC EMERGENCY DRIVE to hoi. ejre J.r
today's polio patients. Send your contribution now to POLIO,
care of your local Foot Office.
| BAY VIEW
Jan. 11? The death angel vis
ited our community and took from
our midst Mr. Charlie Graham
Thursday afternoon. Mr. Graham
had been sick for several months
He was 78 years of age. Funeral
services were held at the Bay
View Baptist church Friday af
ternoon by Miss Pearl Bordeaux
of New Bern. Interment was in
the Bay View cemetery. He is sur
vived by his wife and the follow
ing children: Mrs.# Edward Chad
wick of Harlowe, Mrs. Carlyle
Oglesby, Jessie Grah:m, and Leon
Graham of Ocean City, N. J., and
Mrs. Mattie Sawyer of Virginia.
Our deepest sympathy goes to the
We all hope that Mr. Bennie
Oglesby who is a patient at More
head City hospital will soon be
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hardesty of
Oyster Creek spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Hardesty.
Mrs. Elman Winberry, Mrs. J.
C. Skinner, Mrs. Preston Graham
and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Graham
spent a while Thursday at Orien
We all hope that Miss Francis
Whaley who is on the sick list will
soon be better.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Cannon
and son, James, spent Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Smith of
mr. ana Mrs. i^ewis uranam ana
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Graham re
turned to their home at Ocean
Wesley Lewis, Marvin Guthrie,
Charles Guthrie and mother of
Harkers Island spent Sunday in
Mr. and Mrs. John Chaplain
spent a while Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Graham.
Mrs. Nannie Small spent a while
Sunday with Mrs. Pearl Bell of
Mrs. Sinia Carravan of New
Bern spent Sunday in the commu
Mrs. Kilby Haskett and Mrs. Jes
sie Small spent a while Monday in
Mr. and Mrs. L,. E. Haskett and
daughter, Brenda Joyce of Have
lock spent a while Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Lewis and
daughter spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Small.
Several attended semces at the^
Prison Camp Sunday afternoon.
Miss Pearl Bordeaux held ser
vices at Graham's Chapel Sunday.
Kenneth Skinner of Cherry
Point spent a while Monday in the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Graham. Mrs.
Bennie Copeland, Mrs. Beckley
Piner, Mrs. Earl Taylor and Mrs.
John Chaplain of Beaufort R F D
attended funeral services for Mr.
C. W. Graham Friday.
Little Terisa Dawn Small was
carricd to Dr. Salter Friday' for
Elijah Graham,, Miss Annie Mae
j Lewis, Miss Kathleen Lewis and
Mrs. B. G. Lewis of Morehead City
attended funeral services for Mr.
C. W. Graham Friday.
Several from the commmunity
attended funeral services for Mrs.
Hal Rollison at Beaufort last
Mrs. C. W. Graham is spending
a few days at New Bern with
Miss Pearl Bordeaux.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Peterson of
Cherry Point spent a while Satur
day in the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilford Cannon
and son James, spent Sunday
night at Vanceboro.
Mrs. Sam Johnson and grand
daughter of Harlowe spent a while
Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Small.
Man With Doable Parking
Meter Loses Onl in Capital
WASHINGTON? (AP)? It soon
became apparent why the low bid
der on a parking meter contract
was the low bidder. He proposed
to install "twin" meters controll
ing parking in two spaces.
The District of Columbia Com
missioners didn't like the idea.
Confusing to the public, they said,
and if one broke the District
would lose double revenue.
The District Contract Board
ruled, however, that the manufac
turer had met the specifications
and it would be illegal to award
the contract to the next lowest
The 'commissioners fixed that.
They rewrote the specifications.
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Jan. 10? A miscellaneous shower
was given Thursday night by Mrs.
George Rose at her home in honor
of Mrs. Arvin Lewis who has re
cently moved into her new home
about midway the island. Friends
presented her with many gifts
for her new home.
Mrs. Rose, assisted by Mrs.
Tommy Lewis, served fruit jello
with block cake.
The PTA held their regular
monthly meeting at eight o'clock
Monday night in the school audi
torium. After the business a pro
gram was presented by the 2nd
and 4th grades.
The January meeting of the Re
lief Society of the Mormon church
was in the form of a pot-luck sup
per at the home of Mrs. Arvin
Lewis Tuesday night. Approxi
mately twenty-eight members at
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Salter and
children and Albert Carlton, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Donnie Lewis for the past week,
have returned to their home in
Wildwood, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gaskill
were recent shoppers in New Bern.
John Thompson and his uncle,
Mr. Horne, of Mt. Olive, spent the
week-end at Thompson's cottage.
Ben Baxter and Lee Parsons of
New Bern were week-end guests of
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Harker.
Mrs. Pearl Whitley who has been
ill at her home is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willis and
son, Miles, have returned home
from a weeks vacation trip to Flor
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lewis wel
comed a son, Carl Michael, born
Friday, January 6 at Morehead
Mr. and Mrs. John Fluehart also
welcomed a new son, bom Jan. 8.
The strawberry vine is a mem
ber of the rose family.
From Common Colds
. That HANS ON
-Creomulsion relieves promptly because
it goes right to the seat of the trouble*
to help loosen and expel germ laden
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
neal raw* tender, inflated bronchial
mucous membranes. Tell your druggist ?
to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion'
with the understanding you must like
the way it quickly allays the cough
or you are to have your money bade.
for Coughs, ClMitColdi, Bronchitis
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TOWN of NEWPORT .
NewPort, H. c. *
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, JUNE 30, 1949
Cash Receipts Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1949 f
Taxes (property and poll)
Privilege and Auto License
Profit from A. B.C. Store
Intangible Property Taxes
Beer and Wine Taxes
Sale of Dog Tags
Fire Truck, out-of-town calls, etc.
Cash Balance July 1, 194?
Total Receipts and Balance $11,292.75
Administrative Salaries $ 720.07
Police Salary and Street Work 1,800.00
Cash Balance July 1, 1949 $ 6,783.10
U. S. Savings Bonds, Maturity Value .' 2,500.00
I do hereby certify that the ibove statement presents the financial position of the
Town of Newport, according to the records, ending June 30, 1949.
EDITH LOCKEY, Clerk.
Tide Water Power Co. 216.51
Street and all other Miscellaneous Expenses 1,773.07
Total Disbursement $ 4,509.65