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Birth at Sea Level Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. Welqon Willis,
Barkers Island, a daughter, Teresa
Grace, Monday, Dec. 30.
Circle Sponsored Store
WiH be Open Saturday
The Budget .Shop, sponsored by
the Glenmore Moore Circle of
the Franklin Memorial Methodist
Church, will be open Saturday for
the last time this season. The
shop, ?t 1112 Bridges St., will be
open frop} 9:30 a m t0 4:30 P m
Mrs. Cl'cil Langdale, chairman,
says that second hand clothing is
on sale Pungarees sell for 35
cents, sport coats for $1.50, men s
suits, $1 td $5, hats and shoes, 25
cents and 90 cents and dresses,
50 cents to $3.
^Honor of Miss Seamon
Jniss Mary Smith entertained at
a} shower Tuesday afternoon in
heftnor of Miss June Seamon, who
w|ll be married Jan. 11.
Upon arrival the honoree re
ceived a porsagc of white carna
tions. The twenty guests played
bingo and other games and prizes
were awarded the winners.
Refreshments of lime punch and
cake squares were served. Miss
Seamon was showered with lovely
Lieut, and Mrs. Herbert Colenda,
of Norfolk, Va., announce the birth
of a 7 lb. 1 oz. son, Sunday, Dec.
29. The new baby has a five-year
old sister, Gladys Lynn.
Morehead City Social Newsj
Wu Ellea Bordeaai, Society Editor Phoae
Little Miss Kathy Howard of Ra
leigh is spending two weeks with
her grandmother, Mrs. George B.
Mrs. H. G. McBane has returned
to her hoipe in Burlington, after
visiting her family here.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norwood and
daughter, Mary Lou, spent the
weekend in Apex and were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Booth Sr.
Mary Lou attended the Dixie Clas
sics in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore had as
their guests during the holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Farrell
and family of Kenly.
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Woolaru;
have returned to Riviera Beach.
Fla., after visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. G Woolard and
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Harrcll of Beau
Mr. and Mrs Norfleet Lamm
and family of Opalocka. Fla., and
Mrs. Frank Sawyer of New Bern
visited the M. G. Woolards during
Larry Woolard had as his guests
during the holidays Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Stanley and Miss Barbara
Jackson of Kinston. Larry returned
to East Carolina College, Green
Jake Wade, a student at Belmont
Abbey College, Belmont, arrived
home after Christmas and is visit
ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Jake Wade of Wildwood.
Mrs. E. P. Spence returned home
Tuesday from Snow Hill, where she
spent several days. Dr. and Mrs.
Spence left yesterday to spend two
months with Dr. Spencc's brother
Mr. Charlie Russell returned
Monday to his home in Ports
mouth, Va., after spending some
time with his daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Joslyn have
returned home from a vacation in
Mrs. I. J. Bordeaux returned to
Wilmington Wednesday, after
spending five days with her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ]
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Chatlos have
returned home from Yonkers, N.
Y., where they spent Christmas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tenney re
turned home Sunday from a visit
with their sons, Edwin Jr. of Co
lumbia, S. C , and Jerry of Char
lotte, and their famihefc.
Mr. W. C. Matthews Jr. went to |
Kinston Sunday to get Mrs. Mat
thews, who spent the holidays with |
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Styron of
New Orleans, I,a., are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Pitt
Wayne and Jean Nelson of Char
lotte are visiting their grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Robin
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Fussell of |
Williainston and Mrs. L). C. Sabis
ton of Jacksonville viisted Dr. and |
Mrs. Jerry Norris Sunday.
Mrs. Beatrice Fuleher of Atlan
tic City, N. J., is spending this |
week visiting relatives and friend*
Jackie Morgan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Morgan, is confined to
Morehead City Hospital. He was in
jured in a fall Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Donovan left
yesterday for Staten Island, N. Y.,
to visit their parents.
Dean Chatlos and Howard Catley
flew to Orlando, Fla., Tuesday.
They played with the US Marine
Corps band in the Tangerine Bowl
New Year's Day.
Miss Georgia Lazcnby, Mrs. M.
J. Beck of Thomson, Ga., and Mrs.
Paul H. Geer Sr. visited friends
in Greenville last week.
Mr. Jack Morgan and son, David,
have returned home after spending
the weekend in Charlotte with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mor
Miss Georgia Lazenby and Mrs.
J. M. Beck of Thomson. Ga., who
have been spending the Christmas
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
Geer Sr., will return home tomor
row. Mrs. Geer will return with
them and visit relatives in Thom
Mrs. Clara Wade and sons,
James and Claude, have returned
home after visiting her sister and
mother in Portsmouth, Va. They
also visited Mrs. Wade's son at the
Naval Air Station, Oceana, Va.
Mrs. W. E. Fulford, mother of Mrs.
Wade, came home with them.
Miss Elizabeth Lambeth under
went an operation at a hospital in |
Winston-Salem last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloodgood and j
daughter, Bettc Jo, left yesterday
for their home in Buras, La., after
spending the holidays with their
WSCS to Meet
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of Franklin Memorial
Methodist Church will meet Mon
day night at 7:30 at the church.
Plans June Wedding
Mr. James B. Long Sr. of Jack
sonville. Fla., formerly of More
head City, announces the engage
ment of his daughter, Linda Carol,
to Vincent Louis DiLizio, son of i
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. DeLizio of
Staten Island, N. Y. The wedding
will take place at four o'clock June
21 in Our Lady of Good Counsel
Church, Staten Island.
Miss Long, while attending More
head City High School, was a
member of the glee club, Tri-Hi-Y
and Beta Club. She is a graduate
of Orleans High School, Orleans,
Mass. Now residing with her aunt.
Mrs. C. W. Atkinson, on Staten
Island, she is employed by Gibbs
and Cox Inc., naval architects.
Mr. DiLizio attended New Doye
High School and is now associated
with his father in the ABC Uphol
stery Co. Ho is a member of the
Staten Island Music Society and
the musicians union. He is leader
of a band, known as the Vinnie
Will Feature Opera
Salzburg (AP)?'This year's Salz
burg Musical Festivals, slated to
open July 26, will be highlighted
by the first performance in Europe
of Samuel Barber's contemporary
opera "Vanesse" under the leader
ship of Dimitri Mitropoulos.
Herbert von Karajan will con
duct Verdi's "Don Carlos" and
Beethoven's "Fidelio," while Carl
Boehm has been engaged for the
two Mozart operas on the program
?"The Marriage of Figaro" and
"Cosi fan Tuttc."
Richard Strauss' "Arabella,"
another feature on the opera list,
is to be conducted by Joseph Kcil
Philadelphia (AP)?"If you have
a leak," read the sign on the back
of a Philadelphia plumber's truck,
"we're the drips to call."
Former Resident Honored
At Engagement Party
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. DeLizio,
St a ton Island, N. Y., entertained
recently in honor of Miss Linda
Long, formerly of Morehead City,
and Vincent Louis DiLizio of Sta
ten Island, who plan a June wed
ding. Miss Long now lives on Sta
A buffet supper was served sikty
five guests. Music was provided by
the Mellostrings. The couple re
ceived many gifts.
No New Works
Helsinki (AP)?There are no new
compositions to be expected from
the estate of the Finnish composer
Jean Sibelius, and no Eighth Sym
phony, Sibelius' daughter, Mrs.
Eva Paloheimo, has told the Asso
His papers have not yet been
gone through, but Mrs. Paloheimo |
says the family is sure there are |
no new compositions among them j
Sibelius' close friends confirm I
this belief. His last work the "Tap
iola," dates from 1927, said the
Helsinki composer and conductor
Nils Eric Fourgstedt. Fourgstedt
thinks Sibelius once intended to
work on another symphony but
burned whatever pages he wrote.
"We did not expect anything new
from the maestro," Fourgstedt
said. "We knew he was not work
ing any more."
During his last years the com
poser probably did no more than
put into shape some of his old
songs and perhaps some small
pieces for piano.
A false alarm was turned in
from box 19, 10th and Fisher
Streets, Morehead City, at 11:30
Morehead Cily H?.pUal
Admitted: Saturday, Mrs. Matil
da Adama. Broad Creek Mra.
Peggy Hart, Mrs. Frances Harrell,
Morehead City; Mr. Luther M.
Smith, CGC Chilula; Mrs. Patty J.
Taylor. Mrs. Stella Thompson, Mrs.
Allie Lewis, Beaufort; Miss Laura
Daniels, Newport; Mr. C. A. John
Sunday, Mr. William Batson, no
address given; Mrs. Sylvia Eu
banks, Morehead City; Mr. Loute
Guthrie, Mr. Robert Lewis, Mr.
James E Moore. Mrs. Janice Yeo
mans, Markers Island; Mrs. Lu
cretia Johnson, Mrs. Ida Noe,
Beaufort, Mrs. Lottie Styron, New
Monday, Mr. David Adams, Mr.
Clyde Fulchcr, Mr. Charles Hill,
Newport; Mrs. Frances Davis,
Master Jackie Morgan, Morehead
Citv; Mr Alonza Lewis, Miss Me
linda Miller, Markers Island
Tuesday, Miss Judy Garner
Newport; Mr. William Parkin
Beaufort; Mr. Thurlow Whealton,
Wednesday. Mrs. Lilly Stalvey,
Atlantic Beach; Mrs. Gladys Ogles
by, Mr. Hugh L. Lewis, Mrs.
Frances Harrell, Morehead City;
Mrs Hazel Guthrie, Beaufort.
Discharged: Sunday, Miss Susan
Arrington, Beaufort, Mrs. Elsie
Austin and daughter, Morehead
City; Miss Paula Sue Mason, Mer
rimon; Mr. William 11 Moore,
New Bern; Miss Darla Gay Lilly,
Mrs Ann Henderson and daugh
Monday, Mr. William Gillikin,
Mrs. Joanna Parrish and son, Mrs.
Minnie Pittman, Beaufort; Mr.
Donnie Yeoinans. Markers Island.
Tuesday, Mr. Donald R. Lundy,
CGC Chilula; Mrs. Frances Har
rell and daughter. Miss Nellie Ful
chcr, Mrs. Barbara Rice and
daughter, Miss Frances Bass,
Morehead City; Mrs. Etorla Law
rence. Beaufort; Mrs. Mildred
Davis and daughter, Havelock.
Wednesday, Mrs. Stella Thomp
son and son, Mrs. Alice Lewis and
son, Mrs. Ida Noe and daughter,
Beaufort; Mr. C. A. Johnson, Have
lock; Mrs. Janice Ycomans and
daughter, Miss Melinda Miller,
Markers Island; Miss Laura Dan
iels, Mr. Charles Hill, Newport.
Sea Level Hospital
Admitted: Tuesday, Mr. K. W.
Wright, Beaufort; Mrs. Peggy
Guthrie, Harkers Island; Mrs.
Eleanor Gillikin, Otway.
Wednesday, Mrs. Essie Morris,
Mr, Curtis Josey, Atlantic.
Discharged: Tuesday, Mr. Ron
ald Styron, Mr. James Paul Lewis,
Davis; Mrs. Arah Lee Caskill, Har
kers Island; Mrs. Glenda Gillikin
and son, Otway ; Mrs. Shirley Ford,
Washington, D. C.
Wednesday, Mr. Johnny Culpep
per, Newport; Thursday, Mrs
Mary Willis and daughter, Har
Women to Meet
The Women of the First Presby
terian Church will meet Monday
night in the Fellowship Hall. The
program for this meeting will be
introduction of the study material
for the coming year.
rrvt "UNLIMITED" SOFT
.WATER AT THE TURN
OF A FAUCET f
CUlllCAN . >
C. E. "Cliff" Edwarda
Jan. 2? Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Tay
lor visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sa
biston at Core Creek Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Taylor were
in Maysville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gillette vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Gaskins and
children of Bridgeton visited Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Becton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lee Becton
Jr. of Air Force Base, Bellevue,
Tex., spent Christmas with his
parents. He has recently been
elected group airman for outstand
ing service as an instructor in
Mrs. Atlee McCabe of Beaufort
visited Mrs. H. N. Harris Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Taylor
and children of Core Creek visited
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Becton Satur
The Misses Janet and Eloise
Taylor of Vanceborn visited Mr.
and Mrs. Hunter Taylor during
Mrs. Charles Parker and chil '
dren of New Bern visited Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Harris Sunday.
Miss Bertha Bell spent Christ
mas with her sister, Mrs. Fannie
Barker in Beaufort.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Taylor
and children of Goldsboro, Mr. and
Mrs. Calvin Johnson and children
of Beaufort, and Gerald Taylor of
Winston-Salem spent the Christmas
holidays with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmo Taylor.
Mrs. Claude Taylor and daugh
ters, Claudia and Susan, are vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Britton
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilbert and
son, Tom III. and Mrs Elizabeth
Bennson of Southport visited Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Smith Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Sr.
spent Christmas Eve and Christ
mas Day in Beaufort with Mr. and
Mrs. George Huntley Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith were
in New Bern Friday.
Miss Sadie Louise Harris of
Greenville spent Christmas with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fleming
and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Arrington
of Beaufort spent Christmas Day
with Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor.
Mrs. Roy Eubanks, Mrs. Letha
Dickinson and Mrs. Flower Nelson
of Beaufort visited Mrs. Fred
Miss Irene Smith, Mr. dnd Mrs.
Frank Wall of Raleigh, and Mr.
and Mrs. Blythe Noe of Washing
ton spent several days during
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Smith and Miss Nellie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Paul and
children left Sunday for several
months in Key West, Fla.
Miss Brenda Smith is visiting
Miss Mary Elizabeth Noe in Wash
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Smith vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Salter in
Merrimon Monday afternoon.
Dog Finds King-Size
Beloit, Wis. (AP)?Ever see a
dog with a tooth seven inches long,
five inches high and two inches
Farmer Lyman Totten saw his
dog drag home a tooth just that
size recently. The pup had dug it
up in a farm field.
The chomper was taken to Be
loit College where geology instruc
tor John Ostrom identified it as
from a prehistoric "hairy" mam-'
moth. The huge beasts became
extinct some 10,000 years ago.
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Commercial National Bank
Morehead City ? Sea Leva!
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Your Zenith Hearing Aid muff la your optaioa
outperform any other make?ouea thoee wil
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refunded la fuS.
One* Year Warranty?Men-Poor goreteo Mao
ffaey Tinre Payer onto Arranged'
Morehead City Drug Co.
<11 Arendell St. Morehead City
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