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Mar 13? Mr ud Mrs. Ray Futh
nll and children of Chinquapin
visited in the community Sunday.
John Bradshsw, US Navy of
Norfolk, Va., spent the weekend
with his parents, Ur. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. N. Bell, Mr. Clyde BeU,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Williams and
children visited Mrs. Nannie Small
and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Free
man at Bridgeton Sunday after
Mrs. Wallace Connor of New
yort visited in the community Sun
Mr. aad Mrs. Edsel Bell and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Tur
ner and sons visited Mr. and Mrs.
Obi* Turner at Beaufort Sunday
Mrs. Jimmy Edwards of New
port spent Sunday vith her par
ants, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dill of
Portsmouth, Va., and Mrs. Earl
Dickinson of Core Creek attended
services at the Harlowe Methodist
Mrs. Willie Bradshaw is visiting
relatives in Kjaston.
Mr. a*d Mrs E R. ??wlin and
son and Mr. T. W. Fox spent Sun
day afternoon at Newport.
Mr. Tull Jarman has retarud
to Kinstoa, after spendiag several
months with Mr. and Mrs. Willi*
Mrs. Johnay Cecelski and daugh
ters, Betty and Blaine, of Santa
Ana, Calif., are visiting her mo
ther, Mrs. Vera Bell.
Mrs. Emma Davis was at More
head City Saturday to see Dr
Several from the community at
tended the senior play at the Beau
fort High School Friday night
Mr. Clyde Bell, Mr. Paul Jar
man and Mr. Tomny Aldridge at
tended the race at Darlington, S.
Cats and dogs with transected
spinal cords have been taught to
walk by researchers in the psychol
ogy department laboratories at Il
linois Institute of Technology.
May 14 - Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Daniels and family of WilUston 1
spent Sunday with Mrs. Daniels'
mother, Mrs. Madora Day.
Mrs. Neil Daniels and daughter.
Rebeeea Dawn, returned home
from the hospital Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Emory and
daughter, Frances, spent the week
end with Mr. Emory's mother,
Mrs. Delia Emory.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ross Lupton
and two children of California are
spending some time with Mr. Lup
toa's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Horn
and two sons spent Sunday with
Mrs. Van Horn's mother and
grandparents, Mrs. Dora Day and
Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Goodwin.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodwin
and children of Atlantic visited
relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Daniels and
boys spent the weekend with Ml.
Daniels's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Pvt. Walter Moore Day. who U
stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C,
spent the weekend with his (rani'
mother, Mrs. Madora Day
Mr and Mrs. BUI Bratt a at
daughter, Mary, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Bratt's parents, Mr. aad Mr*.
Mr. ancf Mrs. James Luptoa aad
sons of Harlowe visited relatives
Mr. and Mrs. James Luptoa and
sons of Harlowe visited relative*
Mr. and Mr*. Luther I.upton of
New Bern spent the weekend with
Mrs. Lupton's mother, Mrs. Ma
Mrs. Gregory Rice and ehildreo
of Morehead spent the weekend
with her mother, Mrs. Janet Dan
Mrs. Susan Day of Morehead i*
spending a few days with some of
The Rev. W. R. Hale filled his
regular appointment at the Meth
odist Church Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Salter and
so* Mfrey o I Morehead CKjr spent
Sunday with Mtt. Salter'* mother,
Mrs. JaMt Daniels.
The ravival which began at the
FWB church May 4 ended Sunday
Dlght, May U. The Rev. Seldon
Ballard, patter of the FWB church
ot Morehead. was the guest speak
Mra. Burgees Lupton was hon
ored at a shower Tuesday Bight,
May 13, which was given by Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lewis
ot Morehead visited Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Day Sunday afternoon.
The Rev. Alton Mason of Har
taers Island filled his regular ap
putatment at the FWB church Sun
May 14? Mr. and Mrs. A } Hub
bard Jr. spent last weekend in
Fayetteville. On Sunday they at
tended Homecoming services at
Ivanhoe Presbyterian Church.
Miss Mary Lou Greiner, who has
just returned from a trip to South
Africa, visited Mias Betsy Wil
liams last week before continuing
home to Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meadows Jr.,
Swansboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Les
lie Chadwick and children, Win
ston-Salem, Wafted their parent*.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chadwick
Mr. and Mrs Matney Davis and
children, NocMk, Va , are visitiag
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren
zo Chadwick and Mr. and Mrs.
Kugeae Davis, MarahaUherg.
Mr. and Mr* Letter Pigott are
spending some time in Charleston,
S. C., and JgckaonviUe. Fla.
Mrs. Bob Lowe is at hone after
being a patient in Moreiiend City
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Willis vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guthrie and
baby, Strait*, Thursday night.
Mis* Maggie Pigott is visiting
Mrs. Floyd Chadwick at Smyrna.
Mr and Mrs. Manley Fulcher
and chilrdcn, Atlantic, spent the
weekend with hui pirntl. Mr. and
Mrs. P. W. Chad wick Sr.
Mr Bill Pigott spent tike
eod at home from Valeria* Adftin
isbratioB Hoapital, Durham, "KM
he u s patient.
Mils Betsy WiHuma, Km Bert,
spent the weekend *1 k*T UM
Mr. awl Mrs. K. I. BMr ?od
Billy. Vaateboro, aer? hcte for
Harvard University w?t (winded
by the Puritan* in MM. But. it
was not until 1619 that the nam*
was officially changed to honor
John Harvard, who contributed
money and books to aid the col
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