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CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES
117th YEAR, NO. 1. TWO SECTIONS TWELVE PAGES MOREHEAD CITY AND BEAUFORT, NORTH CAROLINA FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1958 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS
11957 Passes into History
Work of Jan. .Is
Dr Robert Lee llumber speaks
at Beaufort Baptist church on the
16th anniversary of founding of
the World Federalists.?Cindy Lou.
?3 day-old child of Cpl. and Mrs
C. J. Bennet. smothers in crib.
Down East firemen adopt char
icr naming Clayton Fulcher Jr.,
president ?First baby of the new
? err born to Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Noe Jr., of Beaufort.
. Marriages: Miss Vollie Bell of |
Morehcad City to Darrell G. San
era. Miss Carol Jones of Beau
*.-?rt to Frank Gillikin. Miss Mary I
. Mason of Atlantic to Charles |
; - Pake Jr.
* Deaths: John D. Brooks. 63,
L eaufort; Mrs. Blanche H. Davis,
k /, Morehead City; William R.
Powell, 75, Russells Creek; Rickie
W. Sadler, 2 years, West Beaufort;
.'''rank Schneiberg, 61, Atlantic.
ifeek of Jan. 6:
* M. B. Taylor of Newport kills
vife and self with shot gun.?Beau
. ort Fire Department host to 350
raremen of the East Carolina Dis
'irict.?Mrs Will Dail. North River,
visits United Nations building in
I New York.?Eleven steamship lines
I ade their initial calls at the
^ iorehead City port during the
Marriages: Miss Joe A. Roberts,
Morehead City, to Manley 11. Ma
son Miss Jane Moon, Atlantic, to
Allen F. Nelson.
Deaths: Alfred W. Foreman, 78,
Week of Jan. 13:
Blue Ribbon Club damaged by |
;fire early Sunday morning?Mr.
f'anc? Mrs. Herbert Watson of Glou
, cesier, celebrate their golden wed
din*. ? Joseph E. Harper, New
Betn. hits moving train with truck
^ at Newport but lives to tell the
atoty.?First snow of the season
arrived during the week. ? The
Rev W. P. Huff accepts pastorate
of Parkview Baptist Church.
Deaths: Elmer E Nichols. 73. |
Morehead City; Mrs. Simon O'Neal,
74, Ocracokc; B. B. Lawrence,
Otway; James W. Salter, 41. Broad I
Creek; George E. Salter, 82, Sea |
Week of Jan. 20:
Charles Brooks of Otway killed
when car he was driving struck
bridge.?Morris Fulford, Beaufort
Negro, dies from stab wound in
the heart inflicted by Rufus Fair
Jr.?Fire razed Uncle Bill's "cur
iosity shop" at Russells Creek.? I
Heavy freeze hits county when |
temperature drops to 19 degrees.
Marriages: Miss Laura B How
ard, Ocracokc, to Guthrie 11. Jol
Deaths: Walter B. Styron, 57,1
Morehead City; Mrs. John F. Bell,
80, Morehcad City; James E. Gas-1
kill, 79, Portsmouth; Mrs. Asa |
Ward, 58, Morehcad City.
Week of Jan. 27:
St. Egbert's Catholic School for
mally dedicated Sunday morning.
?Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hassell
of Beaufort and Herbert Phillips
of Morehead City win Jaycee
awards.?Fort Macon in second
place in state park attendance dur
ing past year.?Contract let for two
additions to the Sea Level Com
Marriages: Miss Constance V.
Dudley, Beaufort, to William E.
Davis. Miss Helen M. Stone to Joe
W. Mason Jr., Atlantic. Miss Mary
J. Johnson, Morehcad City, to Deri
Deaths: Melville M. Pigott, 78,
Straits; Mrs. Pauline Moore, 82,
Beaufort; Floyd E. Jones, 63,
Week of Feb. 1:
Heavy fogs blanket cuunty for I
several days. ? Terry Garner of |
Brsafert hyerrt pnmmtad * CraManlty Service swsrti to Mr.
tad Mrs. Ourlcs Hasaell. iktn, m tarn. U.
St. Egbert's Catholic School, Morehead City, was formally dedicated Jan. 27, 1957. It was built in 1936
at a cost of $55,000.
Newport and Walter Wetherington
course at State College ?Coroner's
report for 1956 shows he checked
63 deaths during year.
Carteret County Historical Dra
ma Association formed in Beau
fort to put on yearly outdoor
drama ?Judy A. Lewis, 12, of Bar
kers Island struck by car driven
by Joe Whitley and killed.?David
E. Jones elected president of Beau
fort Rotary Club.
Marriages: Miss Ellen Sprinkle
of Beaufort to Robert B. Finer.
Deaths: Mrs. Lucy L. Willis, 81,
Markers Island; Kenneth Cannon,
62, Newport; David A. Jarvis, 68,
Atlantic; Audrey Bcngill, 66, Broad
Week of Feb. 10:
Morchead City Centennial com
mittee starts work on souvenir
booklet.?Little Debbie Lewis and
the three Rose girls of Markers
Island win talent contest at Smyr
na School.?Beaufort school con
tributed highest amount per pupil
in March of Dimes drive.?Ken
neth Fischler elected president of
Judy Ann Lewis, 12, Harkers
Island, was 1957's only pedestrian
fatality. She was killed by a car
on her way to school Feb. 7.
Carteret Community Theatre. ?
Barbara L. Downum named Home
maker of Tomorrow at Beaufort
Deaths: Alvah Golden, 68, Sea
Level; Mrs. Edward S. Piskura,
25, Harlowe; Dan R. Salter, 82,
Week of Feb. 17:
James Gregory. Beaufort, killed
by Sherman Selph when struck
with an ax?ICC rules in favor
of Southern Railway's acquisition
of A&EC road ?Franklin Memo
rial Methodist church of Morehcad
City raise funds for chimes.
Frank Potter, Beaufort, leads
normal life after heart operation.
?Work starts on developing the
former Hoffman property on Boguc
Banks into summer home sites.
Marriages: Miss Barbara Hoop
er of Marshallberg to Olin D.
Deaths: Mrs. John W. Willis, 67,
Morehcad City; Annie E. Potter,
Week of Feb. 24:
Sloop Bon-Aire grounded off
Shackleford Banks and breaks up.
?Morehcad City takes over old
Pigott cemetery on Crab Point.?
Arthur Colston held on charge of
murdering Grover Mills in More
head City, both men are from Mo
bile, La.?County fishermen land
98 per cent of state's December
catch of fish.?Mrs. W. J Ipock,
Beaufort, named chairman of the
county 1957 Red Cross roll call.
Marriages: Miss Edith L. Hall,
Morchead City, to James E. Bach
ner. Miss Dorothy A. Hamilton,
Morchcad City, to Thomas C. Ful
Deaths: Miss Ellen D. Davis, 75
Beaufort; Borden Adams, 69,
Week of March 3:
County Commissioners hire spe
cial tax collector to go after un
paid taxes.?Melva Taylor of Wil
liston seriously injured in rifle ac
cident ?Charles Davis and Eddie
Copeland given lease by county
for fish pond. ? News-Times golf |
trophy won by Marion Mills.
Wilbur G. Simpson of Morchead '
City retires from Coast Guard after
30 years service.?George H. Mc
Neill appointed solicitor of Morc
head City recorder's court ?A R
Craig of Newport named justice
of the peace ?County barbers fail
to establish hair cut price at $1.25.
Week of March 10:
Miss Rae Frances Hassell wins
scholarship to Duke ?M. W. Willis
and Sons of Marshallbcrg budt and
shipped to Eugene, Ore , one of j
their sport fishermen boats.?Leav
ing no heirs, the estate of F. C.
U. Lawrence amounting to 39,700.76
went to the University of North
William Singleton named general
chairman of the Morehcad City
Finer Carolina committee. ? Bob
King of Newport named school
coach of the year by the Seashore
Marriages: Miss Peggy Dixon
of Beaufort to Ronnie Rolison
Deaths: The Rev. E. W. Dow
num, 72, Beaufort; Robert L. Ma
son, 79, Beaufort; Bryant Gillikin
85, Otway; Joel C. Garner, 79,
Newport; Robert E. Littleton, 50,
Swansboro; Mrs. Mary E. Parkin
75, Beaufort. '
Week of March 17:
Moblcy Buick Co. goes into the
hands of a receiver with claimed
indebtedness of 380,000.?Cecil Ma
son of Morchead City claims to
have found old bank notes issued
by state banks during Civil War
times ?George HuntJey heads the
Emeritus Club. - Elbert Pittman
elected president of the Davis
Marriages: Miss Eva F. Gaskill
of Harkcrs Island to Barden G
Deaths: Jack S. Austin, 60, Hat
tcras Island; Charles E. Stuart,
Week of March 24:
Car driven by Joseph Sharpc
when struck by another car
crashes in the front yard of thi
Heplcr home in Morehcad City
Miss Vivian May of Gastonia ac
cepts position as director of nurse*
it Morchead City Hospital.-Sevei
railroad cars topple over as trair
leaves Morchcad City.
Marriages: Mrs. Madge M. Hill
Harkcrs Island, to Kilby T. Guth
Deaths: Furnic E. Lawrence, 63
Otway; George W. Styron, 5?!
Morchcad City; Mrs. Addic Willis,
66, Davis; Walter Bell, 74, Morc
Week of April 1:
New school building completed
"""Pied on Harkcrs Island at
. ,13500? ? Morchead Clt
Ch!!t? m h0nor Washington i
r.n7 ??*?m Parade. ? Johnn
h.J , ?nd1Brym Oilgo, lost in Ce
aar Island swamp, found alive.
r ire fro in overheated stovi
causes fire in home of Mclvln Ro
lehh U0"'!'0"! Ci,y' ~ Haroli
Insi 7 C"y', PPMmastci
C-n'rm,n district I
North Carolina Association of Post
masters.?E L. Brinson named tc
act as assistant tax collector of
Deaths: William R. Barbour. 75
Morehead City; Chester B. Gra
ham, 76, Beaufort; David F Ram
ary. 60, Beaufort; David N. Brooks
62, Markers Island.
Week of April 7:
Fourteen "old timers" were hon
ored by Morehead City Fire De
partmwt -Four of the 12 first
al lhp ^icnco fair
at Fast Carolina College were won
Styyronr Jr" IG?odwin' C'?rence E.
R Hv Di " Jimmy Thompson and
Billy Pincr of Morehead City.
Phillip Morris, 12, 0f Beaufort
SUEmCHbruCnileg af,rr hilling car
i arls' Morehead City
walked off with top honors at the
nament ^ f,r5t
named dis,ric,'secret oM.S
Bow7 SireCt llish School of
Beaufort observes PTA Founders
Citt 7 y Scamon. Morehead
City. nominated for the Hall 0f
ai"e. hy the American Restaurant
Association?Danny Morton 18 of
Broad Creek killed in an cxpl?ion
the home of Robert P. Joyce
-Marriages. Mrs. Mary G pow.
era of Morehead City to James I.
5a"lngs.Jr Miss Ann M Lockcv
Olsen C"y 10 Thomas L
Deaths: Joe W. Willis si n.,_
Cedar,trandJOhn W" ??"
Week of April 11
board voted in t?. i ^
. T rht Atlantic Pirate*
Sneak thieves rob llenrv Wil
"XlTr nd ^
Dr R P Chapel at Sea Level?
Week of April 21*
named citizen oMhe Centu^
meeti'ng' ?f? Comm"ce"'^,^
hought by to'"be
known as Morehead Biltmore lfo
Beaufor|Car'aId Louis Johnson of
FrlV nunder??" heart surgery
Newport and t ?onnic Garner,
hcad^L amcs Phi?iPs. More
tea* y' WU1 county Posture con
cr?s?aMS'N"wDo7SCMhinC P' Rob
Seek*" a* "?nk Bivcr.Am,Dda
Week of April 28;
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nun, ^ he7d"Zehcad at,
?*e 1?57 EVENTS, P,ge 2
Ships in Marine Training
Exercise to Dock Next Week
Robert Mills is State's
Witness, Then Defendant
I Robert Mills Jr. appeared in two
consecutive sessions of Morehead
J City recorder's court. In the Dec.
23 court he was state's witness
against Clinton Cooper, who got
a year in jail for assaulting Mills
with a pistol. This week he was
He was found guilty of tres
passing at the residence of Dora
Mann, who had warned him to
stay away. Judge Herbert Phillips
odrered him to pay court costs,
stay away from the Mann house
and stay on good behavior for 12
Other cases in this week's court
Ernest Mattox Jr. drew a 60-day
term for keeping non taxpaid
whiskey for sale. Annie Mae Hin
son was fined $25 and costs for
possession of non-taxpaid whiskey.
Joe L. Holland and James E.
Capps were each charged court
costs for fighting in a public place.
Three defendants were in court
for being drunk in public. Isaac
Myles was sentenced to 30 days
in jail, Julian Wade was fined $10
and costs and Will Owens was
charged court costs.
Thomas Willis and Robert E.
Gagnon were convicted of posses
sion of fire works for sale. Willis
was charged $10 and costs. Gagnon
James G. Ellison was charged
coste for allowing an unlicensed
person, Walter Price, to drive.
Price was fined $25 and costs and
told that he could get the $25 back
by presenting a valid license with
in two weeks.
Myrtle L. Duncan was charged
court costs for speeding. Julius I).
Small was taxed costs for failing
to comply with restrictions on his
Martin L. Willis was in court on
two counts, lie was fined costs for
speeding. A charge of failing to
comply with a court order was
dismissed when he showed that he
had made arrangements to fulfill
The state did not try Wayland
A. Sheafe, who was charged with
assaulting his wife.
Cases from last week's session
Sheafe and his wife were in
court this time for a traffic of
fense. He was charged costs for
letting her drive without a license.
She was fined $25 and costs and
told the $25 would be refunded if
she presented a valid license with
in two weeks.
Nicholas W. Mills was fined $125
and costs for driving drunk. Joe
Lewis Harper and Willie Taylor
were fined $25 and costs each for
driving without licenses. Each was
told that he could get his $25 back
if he presented a valid license with
in two weeks.
Cecil Best was charged costs for
allowing Harper to drive his car.
Others who were taxod costs fol
low: Hiram Ilankins, running a
stop sign; Julius N. Jones, running
a red light; Houston M. Allison,
larceny; and Benjamin 11. Choats,
Allen Godbcc paid a back fine
and costs, so a warrant charging
him with failure to comply with a
court odrcr was dismissed. The
state decided not to try William
Albert Jones, charged with steal
ing food from a fishing boat.
208 License Tags Sold
Up to 11:30 Yesterday
By 11:30 a.m. yesterday, 208
auto, truck and trailer tags had
been sold at the First-Citizens loan
department in Morchead City.
There was a line-up at the win
dow when the sales started at 9
and the rush didn't stop until
shortly before noon.
David Murray, 309 S. 19th St.,
Morchead City, got the first tag,
TU 901. He got the fifth tag sold
last year and was at the loan of
fice at 8:45 yesterday morning to
be sure he got the first this time.
A representative from WFMY,
the tv station at Greensboro was
in town bright and early too. He
waited for the first hundred tags
to be sold then bought 38 tags
starting with the series letters TV.
The tags, of course, arc destined
for the cars of employees of the
Just to show that there's money
in tv business, the man paid cash
for the tags too!
The loan department will sell
tags Monday through Friday from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 9 to
F. C. Salisbury, NEWS TIMES
columnist, again this year did the
laborious work of compiling the im
portant events in Carteret during
1957. The chronology has run an
nually in THE NEWS-TIMES. It
starts on this page and is continued
on pages 2 and 3.
Marina Milla, Morrhead City, right. claim. THE NEWS-TIMES
golf trophy for IM7. Jerry Schaaiacher, holder la IMS, refactaatly
(Ives It ap while a C. McCalstoa, golf pro, sapervioea.
Rodanthe ? Because Jan. 5, tra
ditional date of Old Christmas here
in this Outer Banks community,
falls on a Sunday this year the
celebrating will be held tomorrow
night with only the religious phases
taking place the following day at
Fair Haven Methodist and other
churches in the island communi
The celebrating tomorrow will be
in the vicinity of the old Rodanthe
School, now a community building.
Additional benches have been pro
vided at the Community building in
order that guests at the celebra
tion may be more comfortable.
Actually the celebration has
greatly outgrown the facilities pro
vided in the little community build
ing and there will be many, per
haps, who will be unable to get
inside. These merrymakers will
enjoy the oyster roast on the com
munity building grounds.
Mr. and Mrs. John Herbert, na
tives of the community, will again
take the lead in providing the pro
gram. The big feature will be the
appearance of Old Buck, the le
gendary bull of Cape llatteras
woods which appears only at Old
Cars of firemen fighting the cot
tage fire at Atlantic Reach last
week were reported looted. The
only verified report, however, was
the theft of a pair of glasses from
the glove compartment of the car
belonging to Tommy Russell, More
head City. It was also reported
that a beach cottage was broken
into during the course of the fire. I
i iic annum January nusue
and bustle at the Morehead
port gets under way next
week when the advance
group of Navy ships bound
for the Caribbean makes
port. The ships will carry
Marines and their gear to the
island of Vieuues.
The Rockbridge and LSD Fort
Mandcn are scheduled to dock
Tuesday. Ships due the latter part
jf the week are the Olmstead and
Fremont, personnel transports, the
Muliphen, a cargo transport, and
Ihc AGC Mt. McKinlcy.
The maneuvers this year have
seen dubbed Traex 1-58, Col. John
P. Condon, commander. Units of
Traex will be leaving here all this
month to take part in the air
'round-support training exercise.
The operation is scheduled to
tome to an end early in March
vhen Traex units assault Onslow
Beach at Camp Lejeune.
During the fall of 1957 the 8th
inginecr battalion built new facili
ies at Vieques for use of Second
Constructed were a two-wing hos
>ital, a new post exchange, a 1,280
oot aircraft taxiway, a 200 by 250
oot asphalt lot for aircraft, the
iresent runway was extended to
i,900 feet, and cement floors were
aid for the command tents.
Firms Goes Up
The number of business firms in
Carteret increased 17.3 per cent
luring the five-year period, 1952 57.
This information is included in a
?clcaso from G. S. Withers, man
igcr of the Dun and Bradstrcet
Manufacturers, wholesalers and
ctailcrs in Carteret In 1952 totaled
174; in 1957 there were 573. The
isting does not include some of the
icrviec and professional busi
icsscs, such as barber and beauty
ihops, stock and real estate
In North Carolina the total num
icr of manufacturers, wholesalers
md retailers was 25,422 in 1957, an
ncrcasc of 12.2 per cent over the
12,666 in 1952.
The number of business firms
n Morehead City in 1957 was 279
is compared with 213 in 1952. The
lercentage of increase was 31. Sta
istics for other towns in the coun
y were not given.
Mr. Withers also added that dur
ng the past year 13,483 changes
verc made in the Dun and Brad
itrcet reference book listings of
astern North Carolina businesses,
ncluding 3,681 names added, 3,604
lames deleted, and 6,198 changes
n rating of continuing businesses.
The reference book contains ap
iroximatcly three million business
istings for over 50,000 communities
n the United States.
It is published every 60 days to
iccp listings current. During the
last 60 days nearly 63,000 new
lames were added and nearly 60.
100 names were removed. Credit
'atings were changed during this
icriod on more than 100,000 busi
Tides at the Beaufort Bar
Friday, Jan. 3
6:10 a.m. 12:45 a.m.
6:34 p.m. -
Saturday, Jan. 4
6:54 a.m. I2 44 a.m.
7:19 p.m. 1;31 P m
Sunday, Jan. 5
7:36 a.m. 131 a.m.
8:02 p in. 213 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 6
8:19 a.m. 2:17 a.m.
8:49 p.m. 2:58 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 7
9:08 a.m. 3:02 a m.
9:39 p.m. 3:41 p.m.
Carteret County during 1957 The
PorTs IhTt H!*hway Palrol office re
ports that six wore riding in auto
Four of tahedd?nH W" " ?*d?tr'an.
lho ndl'iul were Marines.
Charles Ronald Davis i* nt
rou e >Be.ufor<wa, the ,?
!? ty was killed Jan. 20. when
car* Pa r?*" fr0m his runaway
ar. Patrolmen estimated that he
Bro'nd Th? feet before he h.i the
the ? . hc """tent occurred at
Davis tr?'k bridge "ear
Judy Ann Lewis, 12. of Ilarkers
tim n'shWaS 'he SOCOnd traffic vic
tim. she was walking to school on
? morning of Feb\. whe^ahe"
was run over and fatally injured
by a car driven by Joe Whitlcv
70-year-old resident of the island'
to his defective vision'.8 Iiccnsc du?
Head On Collision
Bogue ?n 'hC L??P Road near
i iu ?arhour and Lloyd T
lea h, were fatalities four and five
Heath was killed instantly and Bar
bour (iied a few hours later when
Heath lost control of his car six
miles from Newport on the Nino
foot Road on Aug. 12.
Another Marine, Edward F Gal
lather, was killed on the same
curve Sept. ,. Patrolmen said hiS
car was evidently going at a tcr
Ih|C tra,e Spced and hc was un
able to negotiate the turn. Galla
gher was wearing a brace on hi.
hold* ,imc ot ttlc accident, a
eeiol .71 a wrcck hc had re
tiIh?ef^Vl'nth ,nd last 'raffle vic
reM " it10 year was Julian W. Sor
ell, a 27-year-old Cherry Point Ma
rine. He was killed Sept. 21 when
hi. car left US 70 three miles west
of Newport and hit a sign.
Occupants of the car said that
never" '"'I, aS'CCP at ,he whccl- H?
never woke up because a 2x4
threuvh Th"1 "If S'gn "ashed
the hcad Wl" and hU him in
trn?fm ?rCh?ad City Highway P,.
(rol office reports that there were
fewer fatal accidents in the countv
in 1957 than there were in 1956.
Couples to Attend
ed*I? MUml SV * represent,
ed at Miami Beach Jan. IMS when
automotive people from about the
country gather for the 41st annual
mnhM n" ,he Naflon.l Auto
code Dealers Association
Joining the Tar Heel delegation
? strong ? will be ?r
and Mrs. R. M. McClain, First-Citi
rcna Bank and Trust Co , Mr and
and' M Parkcr' Parker Motor.,
and Mr. and Mrs. M T Mill.
Sound Chevrolet Co. ' '
Capt. Eddie Rickcnbacker, World
7,?,',* !f* and present Eastern
^board chairman - wiU
make the keynote address
Tenotion delegates will see the
Tennessee Ernie Ford Show and
win ^T",CC JWelk Show which
will be produced in Miami Beach.
TalUnti ?,Sfalffr' inc'udc Philip
thc ^U s Waahington president of
' n . V. s Chamber of Commerce,
and Mra. A. N. Satterlce of Wash
,.,Ch,irman 01 "* Ccncrnl
Federation of Women's Clubs' con
sumer division. Both will give cus*
h*u"?yC ViCW' lhc au'omobiJ# |
What Happened to the Louisa Bliss?
F. C. Salisbury, recognized coun
ty historian, would like some help
in solving a mystery.
In 1S50 a ship sailed from Beau
fort, bound for the goldfielda of
California. Nothing can be learned
about the ship ? whether it ever
reached its destination, whether the
local men aboard it ever made
their fortune in the gold rush, or
whether they perished.
The only information available
now, according to Mr. Salisbury,
appears below Persona who can
supply the ending to the story are
invited to contact Mr. Salisbury at
his home next to the fire station in
Morehead City, or phone him,
"Carteret County citiaoos played
a part in the gold rush to Cali
fornia in 1849, for out of the Port
of Beaufort, on Feb. 12. 18S0, sail
ed the schooner, Louisa Bliss, with
cargo and county citizens for San
Francisco. Notice of the sailing of
the schooner appeared in the Dee.
1849 issue of the Newbernian which
" 'The very fast, A. No. 1. newly
coppered and copper faslrned ship
l-ouisa Bliss of Maine, 400 tons and
spacious accommodations, will sail
on the 12th of January next, from
the Port of Beaufort, North Caro
lina, for San Francisco. Those de
siring passage will find this an ex
cellent opportunity. For particu
lar! apply to Win. C. Bell ft Co.,
or B. H. Rum ley, Agents, Beau
tot. N. C.'
"This ship did not get away until
a month later. Among the sailing
notices of ships out of the Beaufort
harbor, aa published in the New
bcrnian, is that of the Louisa Biifa
as sailing on Feb. 12, tSSO, listing
the captain as A. M. Falcs of Bean
"The ship was loaded by the Wm.
C. Bell <C Co., with the following
cargo: 242 M. P. P. lumber, TO M.
of which was in bouse frames; 243
M shingles; 30 M. brick; 300 bar
rels of merchandise and the fol
lowing passengera: Dr. James L.
Manny. Brian H. Rumley, James
Busk, William' F. Hatsel, Charlie
Whltehufst, WUIiam Penn HeUen,
Leroy M. Plfer, James Gillikin,
James Romlsy Jr., David W. Noe
and S. i. Dofijf."
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