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> Features Sadie L. Harris
Miss Sadie Louise Harris, daugh- ?
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Harris,
Bachelor, was the subject of the
spotlight column in the March 8
issue of the East Carolina College
newspaper. Miss Harris is a senior
She is a graduate of Beaufort
High School, crass of 1954.
Majoring in grammar grade edu
cation, Miss Harris completed her
student teaching last fall in the
sixth grade at the training school.
Evelyn Crutchfield, writer of the
campus newspaper article, quotes
Miss Harris: "My student teaching
was a very valuable experience. 1
thoroughly enjoyed working with
the sixth grade and became more
aware of the big and challenging
job ahead of me."
* Miss Harris says her interest in
teaching in the intermediate grades
stems from the fact that she is the
oldest of four children and has
worked with children of all ages in
church and 4-II work.
Miss Harris is a member of
many campus clubs and is serving
this year as vice-president of the
The Spotlight article quotes Sadie
Louise on her plans for the future:
"My future must include working
with children in some way. Thus,
right now, I am looking forward
to graduation and teaching.
' "I love children and find much
peace and satisfaction in working
with them. I am eagerly awaiting
my days of teaching ? a profes
sion with many varied experiences
Fly Kites, But
Kites have made their annual
appearance in the Carolina skies,
waited on the winds of March.
But with the aerial fleet comes a
danger that could change an en
< joyable sport into tragedy.
George Stovall, local manager of
Carolina Power & Light Co., today
outlined several safety steps that
should be followed when flying
kites. "Each year we hear reports
of youngsters being killed while
flying kites that become tangled
in electric power lines. We want
to avoid such tragedies here," he
These are safety precautions
that should be taken when flying
1. Fly kites in ipitUtM away
from power lines. An open field
> or pasture is best.
2. Always use dry cotton string
for your kite. Never use string
or kites containing metal, because
metal acts as a conductor and
could cause injury or death if it
touches a power line.
3. Never try to dislodge a kite
from a power line.
4. Never fly a kite during a
1 5. Never stand in the street or
highway while flying a kite.
' March 12 ? The Rev. Mr. Ad
kins of Swansboro will begin revi
val services at the Bay View Bap
tist Church Monday evening at
7:30. The Rev. Mr. Adkins it an
excellent speaker. Everyone is
() cordially Invited.
Funeral services for little Agnes
Currier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Currier were held at the
home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
by Mrs. Poland. Interment was
in the family: cemetery.
Joseph Williams, USCG, and one
of his friends spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wharton
and children of Gales Creek spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Mr. J. C. Skinner attended fun
eral services for his niece, who
was killed in an automobile acci
dent, Saturday at New Bern.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Freeman and
Mrs. Joe Hill of Bridgeton spent
i a while Thursday with Mr. J. C.
Mrs. William Styron, who has
been visiting her father in Texas,
has returned home.
Mrs. Gilfqrd Cannon and daugh
ter, Noia Fiye, and Mr. Bob Can
non spent Sunday at Vanceboro.
Mrs. J. P. small and Mr. and
, Mrs. William Ardell Small and
son, Jimmy, spent Sunday' ih New
Bern with Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. Charlie Garner returned to
Fayetteville Hospital Saturday af
ter a week's visit with his family.
Mrs. Fanny Fodrie of Russells
Creek spent awhile recently with
Mrk. J. T. Graham.
James Small, a student at Camp
bell College, spent the weekend at
Mr. Danny Garner of Newport
spent awhil* Friday with hie far*
l ther, Mr. Charlie Garter.
Mrs. W. R. Powell e t Russell.
Creek (pent Sunday here with rel
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March 11? Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Combs of Goldsboro spent last
weekend here visiting friends and
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pridgen of
Wilmington were here for the
weekend visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. D. Pridgen.
Mr. and Mrs. Graden Barker
and daughter, Vickl, of Oriental
spent several days last week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mr. George W. Collins Jr. and
friend from Norfolk arrived here
last Sunday and spent a few hours
with his mother, Mrs. Lutie Col
lins. She returned to Norfolk with
him for an extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bcachem
visited his brother, Paul B. Bea
chem Jr. and family, in Norfolk
A large number from our church
attended quarterly conference at
Core Creek Sunday.
Mrs. Lucy Gilgo spent last Fri
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
The official board met last
Thursday night at the Church with
a large attendance.
Mrs. Mattie Simpson is a patient
in Morehead City hospital, llcr
children were all called home due
to her serious illness.
The North River Home Demon
stration Club met last Thursday
at the home of Mrs. Paul Beach
em. The minutes weft read aqd
tWTnfl called with ten memben
Each member gave a report on
what they had done since the first
of the year. Pennies for Friend
ship were collected by Mrs. Mar
jorle Gooding. *
In the absence of our agent, the
clothing leader, Mrs. Josephine
Styron, gave the demonstration,
Modern Methods in Dressmaking.
It was very interacting. During
the social hour the hostess, Mrs.
Marjorie Gooding served colas and
The WSCS met last Monday night
at the church with ten members
Mrs. Dyon Simpson gave the
program. The business session fol
During the social hour, Mrs. Lil
lian Thomas was honored, the oc
casion being her birthday. She re
ceived many beautiful and useful
gift*. Refreshments of nuts, hot
chocolate and angel food cake
March 12? The TutUa'f Grove
Woman's Society of Christian Mr
vice sponsored a turkey supper
Friday night, March 7 at the
The Beaufort Circuit held its
last quarterly conference of the
year at Core Creek Methodist
Church on Sunday morning at It
The Rev. Robert Poulk filled his
regular appointment Sunday night
at Tuttle's Grove Methodist
The weekly prayer service will
be hold at Tuttle's Grove Church
Friday-night, March 14.
The regular meeting at the offi
cial board of Tuttle's drove Church
win be held Friday night at the
church immediately following the
Mr. Everett Merrill is a patient
in the Morehead City Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Graydoo Jordan
spent the weekend at Edeoton with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. 1.
" ? ' ? ?
M?rch 12? C H. Lockey, Clar
ence Millis, Harry Lockey and
Durwood Hill went to Raleigh
Thursday to attend the ACC tour
nament games. I
Mrs. Rcna Edwards spent sev- 1
eral dayi in Atlantic last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd G. Harness
and daughters. Beverly and Pa
tricia, returned to their home in
Raleigh Sunday after spending the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gould
and son, and Miss Lucille Gould
returned to Winston-Salem after
the weekend here with Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Gould.
Mrs. II. E. Mann of Zebulon is
spending some time here because
of the critical Illness of her mo
ther, Mrs. EUa Garner.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Herring
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn
White and children of Norfolk. Va.,
spent Sunday here with Mrs. p'
P. Garner. '
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Howard are
spending several days in New
Bern with their son, Ed Howard
Miss Kate Hill attended the Til
den-Barrett wedding in Wilming
ton Saturday and remained for a
visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heath re
turned Monday from Wilmington
where they spent the weekend and
attended the wedding Saturday of
| Miss Mary Ann Tilden and Mr
Edgar Paschal Barrett of Farm
I viUo at Bethany Presbyterian
Immediately following the wed
ding a reception was held at the
home of the bride's aunt, Mrs.
i Later in the evening, Mrs. Cor
bett served a buffet supper to
members of the wedding party
and out of town guests. Both the
bride and groom are faculty mem
bers of the Wilmington city
] Circles Meet
The Susannah Wesley circle met
with Mrs. L. N. Garner Monday
evening, March 3 with ten mem
Mrs. Stancil Bell gave the second
part of the study on Japan, which
is being given in the circle meet
ings in order to reach more of
After the business session a so
cial hour was enjoyed and sand
wiches, chips, brownies and colas
were served by the hostess.
Mrs, Robert Tiupis wm hostess
to the Gertie Howard circle on
Tuesday evening with ten mem
Miss Elsie Elliott gave the de
votional, and she and Mrs. Wilbur
Garner gave the second part of
the study on Japan.
The Spiritual Life thought was
given by Mrs. Clarence Millis.
During the social hour the hos
tess served ice cream, cookies and
Th* Mary c. Millis circle met
with Mrs. Viola Howard in More
head City Tuesday evening. Eleven
members drove there and Mrs
Howard made the twelfth member
Mrs. Milton Warren gave the
study on Japan after a brief devo
The Spiritual Life thought was
given by Mrs. Ira Garner. After
a ahort business session the group
enjoyed a social hour, and deli
cious refreshments of fruit jello
topped *ith cream, cake and cof
Mrs. Sallie Dudley and Mrs. Les
too Gillikin were co-hostesses for
Me Bessie Herrington circle on
iiesdajr evening. There were sev
??teen present including several
Mrs. Claire Mann gave the study
on Japan. Mrs. J. H. Thrower,
cnairman, presided over the bus
Daring the social heur the bos
teas served pineapple cake and
1'*Hne' clrc|e njet with
Mra. John Lilly Tuesday evening
witt eight members present.
. J- O. Thomas gave the
T,(^y ?n ?J?P?n the Spiritual
Ufe thought waa given by Mrs.
???*'" parlton Garner, chairman,
presided over the business session
Apple pie a la mode and coffee
was served while the group en
Jwed a social hour.
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