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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, March 14, 1958, SECTION TWO, Page 5, Image 11

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First Methodist Church Plans Wednesday Session A Worker's Conference on the theme "Self-Examination" will be held for all Sunday School officers, teachers, and all Commission on Education members of the First Methodist Church, Morehcad City, Wednesday, March 19, at 6:30 p.m. The session will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a fellowship supper served by the Junior Department. I The pastor, The Rev. J. F. Her bert, will give a devotion relating to the theme, immediately follow ing the supper. James Webb, the church school superintendent, will lead an over all discussion on the strengths, weaknesses and needed improve ments throughout the Sunday School. The following groups will then meet to discuss their problems on a departmental or divisional level: adult division, youth division, jun ior department, primary e'epart ment, and kindergarten am. nur sery departments. In these meetings definite plans for improvements will be drawn up and presented to the Commis sion on Education or the director of Christian education. The meet ing will be closed with a brief filmstrip. Byrd Wade of First Methodist I Church attended the session on al cohol education at Centenary Meth odist Church, New Bern, Wednes day of last week, with the pastor, the Rev. J. F. Herbert, Miss Anna Critcher, director of Christian edu cation and the following youth of the church: Wayne Economcn, An nette Cooper, Betty Und Eure, Darden Eure and Mokey Lassitter. 1 Or. A. PurnelJ Bailey of Rich mond, Va., is preaching twice daily at First Methodist Church, Morehead City, through tonight. In creasing congregations are hear ing the distinguished spiritual leader. Dr. Bailey, pastor of a great church in Richmond, is widely ex perienced in all phases of spiritual leadership. He has wide exper ience as a preacher and lecturer throughout the east. The public is cordially invited to these services. The week of preaching by Or. Bailey terminates many weeks of planning and services on the part of the people of First Methodist Church. On Friday night, March 7, the week of Evangelistic Visita tion, under the chairmanship of Mr. Skinner Chalk Jr., chairman of the Commission on Membership and Evangelism, came to a close. Mr. Chalk reports that over fifty people took part in this visi tation work, conducting one hun dred and sixty interviews. Many applicants for membership in the church await the reception of the congregation Palm Sunday. A class for children is being conducted by the pastor prelim inary to reception into the church on Palm Sunday. The Senior MYF will hold its spring retreat the last weekend in this month (March 28-30) at Atlan tic Beach. The purpose of this re treat is to plan programs and ac tivities for this summer. Revival to Start Sunday ?HHii' i - ^umi The Rev. Winston Sweeney, above, pastor of St. John's Cha pel, Free Will Baptist Church of Stacy, will be the speaker at the spring revival which opens Sunday and continues through March 23. Services begin each night at 7:30. There will be special evan gelistic messages in keeping with the revival theme. The choir and congregation will participate in singing. The Rev. Mr. Sweeney invites the public. March 11? Mrs. Dolly Taylor and daughters Lionclle and Diana spent last weekend with Mrs. Riley Willis and family at Southport. Mr. Billy Willis of Norfolk, Va.t spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Willis. Sgt.. Alfred Morris and family of Quantico, Va., arrived Friday to spend some time with Mrs. Mor ris's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Willii and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Gillikin spent the weekend in Norfolk, Va., with their daughter, Mrs. McLel leny and family. Mrs. Sudie Fie field accompanied them home for a visit. Miss Mamie Godwin of Morehead City and Mr. Bill Holland of South Carolina were visitors with Mrs. Mamie Wade Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and j daughter, Cheryl, of Morehead | City spent Sunday with Mrs. Her bert Hancock and family. Rev. Albert G. Harris Announces Sunday -Topic The Rev. A. G; Harris Jr., pas tor of the First Presbyterian Church, has announced his sermon topics for the 11 a.m. worship ser vice Sunday. Having the Right Enemies will be the topic, the scripture coxing from John 18: 1-27. The eighth / beatitude will be the text. The Rev. Mr. Harris win also conduct the < pjn. vesper service. The book of ftevelations is the current topic of discussion. Stat* Suspends Licenses Of Five County Drivers Five county driven have been notified that their driver's licenses have been mspendod by the state highway lafety division. All have been convicted of traffic violations. . They follow: Genadus P. King, Morehead City, reckless driving and speeding over 70; TUton R. Lawrence, Beaufort, reckless driv ing and speeding over 100; Gene Corbitt N orris, Stella, speeding over 10; Lee Ruuell Sanders, Morehead City, habitual violator; and Fred W. Washington, More head City, speeding 85. New Bern Pastor Will Preach Here The Rev. Hildred Potter, New Bern, will be the guest evangelist Tuesday through March 30 at re vival services in the Beaufort Pentecostal Holineas Church. The Rev. Robert Suggs, paitor, describes Mr. Potter as a young man with a vision for souls and a "fiery message of inspiration and help for all". Services begin each night at 7:30. The public is welcome. Baptist Pastors Meet At Marshallberg Church Forty pastors of the Atlantic Bap tist Association and their wives at tended the pastor's conference at Marshallberg Baptist Church Mon day. They made plans for the Cnuatte to be held in April. The Crusade will be carried on In all churches of the Baptist association. After the meeting, lunch was served by the Elisabeth Hale and Gladys Thomas Circlct of the church. Fur of the yak, a wild ox ot Tibet in eastern Asia, is exported to western countries to make Santa Claus beards. Hmtw 'Sik^z' March 12? Mrs. Marius Neilsen returned home recently after spending the winter in New Smyr na, Fla. Bill Pearce, Croatan, is spending several weeks with his sister, Mrs. Clem Gaskill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Lassiter went to Norfolk last Saturday to visit their children. They were ac companied by Mrs. James W. Tay lor who went on to Maryland to spend some time with her daugh ter, Varina. Mrs. Reva Hogan and daughter, Andrea, left Sunday afternoon for Cherry Point after spending the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Emily Tosto. Mrs. Mitchell, the former Mar gie Lane Salter, and children, of Greensboro, were called here due to the illness of her father, Eben Salter, who was in an auto acci dent. Mr. Salter is recovering in the Morehcad City Hospital. Mrs. Mitchell was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Grace Hill. Mrs. Theo Finney, anesthetist of the Sea Level Hospital, returned home this weekend after doing re search work in New York hos pitals. Mrs. Alonzo Willis, Mrs. Melvina Salter and Mrs. Calvin Taylor, Beaufort, spent the weekend here visiting with relatives and friends. Donald Salter's wife and daugh ter are spending several months with Mr. Salter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Makely Salter. Donald, who is in the USAF, is stationed in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Smith, Portsmouth, Va., is here with Sherwood's parents, The Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Smith. They plan to spend several weeks with them. Mr. and Mrs. Seebert Morris, Morehcad City, and children spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd. Mrs. Elwood Willis, Marshall berg, returned hbmc Saturday af ter spending a week with her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Tterling Gillikin and son, Clay, spent Friday nighl with Sterling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H'igh Gillikin, Otway. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Beachem and children spent Sunday at Beau fort with Durwood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Beachem. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis and family, Gnldsboro, were recent visitors in our community. Mr. and(Mrs. Cecil Hamilton and son, Plymouth, spent the week with Mr. Hamilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamilton. Jaycees Sell Chances on Car The Beaufort Jaycees arc selling chanccs on a 1958 Cadillac. The otate organization has sent tickets to various Jaycee clubs to sell. Proceeds will be used to promote North Carolina at the national Jaycee convention in California. Publicity chairman Guy Smith points out that everyone has a chance to win. "Mallby Taylor of Sea Level won a new car a couple of years ago with one of our tic kets," he pointed out. Tickets were passed out to the Jaycees at Monday night's meet ing at the Scout building. Mr. Smith said that plans for the va riety show were discussed at the meeting. Mrs. Charles Hassell, director, told the club that she was ready to begin assigning parts at the next practice. Jesse Taylor, co-chairman of the football committee, reported that the committee had accepted Hugh Gordon's resignation as football coach at Beaufort High School. The committee plans to advertise for a new coach. BUhop Visits The Rev. Ralph Cushman, Ra leigh, a retired Methodist bishop, was the speaker at the Sunday morning and evening services in the First Methodist Church, More head City, lait weekend. Presiding layman, in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. J. F. Herbert, who was ill, was George W. Dill Jr. DRESSED AND DELIVERED Just Call ? Phone 6-4020 It's Economical to Sorvo Midous, Easy to Prepare Seafood. Havo Soma Today! OTTIS' FISH AAARKET Splint Practice One of the more than 32,000 standard first aid classes held last year taught pupils to apply a fixation splint for a fractured hip or thigh. Over 723,000 persons last year got basic First Aid instruction in standard and Junior classes. In addition, 102,000 certificates were Issued to persons completing the advanced course. Institute Professors Report on Clam Growth Results of studies on growth rites of young clams, conduct. -J at the Institute of Fisheries Re search, were recently published in the Proceedings of the National Shellfisheries, Volume 47, 19S7. Dr. A. F. Chestnut, Dr. W. E. Fahy and H. J. Porter collaborated in the studies, which were continued for 18 months in Bogue Sound. Four groups of clams were used which included the common hard clam (Venus mercenaria), the southern hard clam (V. campcchi enses) and hybrids produced by crossing the two species. These clams were artificially reared in the laboratory at Milford, Conn., and planted in Bogue Sound. Results showed that in months 1 the common hard clams grew from an average length of one-quarter inch to about one inch. After 18 months, the hybrids were about one and one-half inches long and weighed twice as much as the com- ? mon hard clams. The southern hard clams (found in the ocean off North Carolina) died during the cold weather in Bogue Sound. The greatest growth occurred between April and Au gust. From September through March, little or no growth took place. These clams were raised from parents which were native to New England and Florida. Since both Burglar Puts in Hard Night's Work for Loot Columbus, Ohio <AP) ? A burglar here really worked (or hi< $37 loot, to all indications. Police say he apparently squeezed through bars eight inches apart on the basement window of a tavern, removed a door panel to get upstairs, climbcd into the attic, cut a hole in the ceiling of a room where the safe was, and dropped down. They said he then tried to push the 500-pound safe to the tavern door, but gave up. He got the $37 from a cash register and crawled out through a rest room window. species are found in North Carolina waters, further studies are planned using native clams. Attempts are being made, to spawn and rear young clams under laboratory con ditions. Made Fresh... Sold Fresh ... Priced Low! GROUND BEEF Save evea morel Buy 3-pound package for ??"J $1.09 o SWIFTS PREMIUM ALL-MEAT Frankfurters CEUO 59c SWIFTS PREMIUM SLICED ALL-MEAT BOLOGNA . . . 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