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Beaufort Little Leaguers to Begin
Season Tomorrow with Twin Bill
League Plans Big Parade/
Opening Day Ceremonies
Little League season will op*n in B?#ufort tomorrow.
League president Claud Wheatly announces the follow
ing schedule of activities: 1 :30 p.m., a parade down Front
Street; 2 p.m., opening ceremonies at the Little League
field; and 2:30 p.m., first game of a doubleheader will
The parade will begin at Orange and Front Streets and
will be led by the Beaulort High
School band. AU boys participat
ing in the program will march in
Ilayor C. T. Lewis will be prin
cipal speaker at the opening cere
monies. The players will conduct
a flag-raising ceremony after an
invocation by the Rev. C. Edward
T. D. Lewis
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Fry vs. Elks
The Little Fry and Elks will be
the first teams to take the field.
The second game will feature the
VFW and Moose teams.
Last year the Elks finished with
a 10-game winning streak to cop
the league championship. The Lit
tle Fry won the first half-season
of play and met the Elks in a
championship game after the Elks
had won the second half.
The Elks rolled to a 6-2 victory
in the final game and wound up
the season with a 15-4 record. The
Little Fry won 12 and lost seven.
The VFW entry was in third place
with a record of six victories and
12 defeats. The Moose won four
and lost 14.
Better This Season
Player agent Dr. John Way pre
dicts that the league will be better
balanced this season. "The man
agers have good boys on all the
teams this year and league offi
cials are expecting a four-team
race all the way," Dr. Way says.
Admission to Little League
games is free. The program is
sponsored and supported by inter
ested individuals and businesses
who buy advertising on the fence,
sponsor a team or make contribu
The Little League will operate a
concession stand at the field again
To Play Sunday
At Beaufort Field
The Smyrna-Harkers Island base
ball team will invade Beaufort for
a nine-inning contest Sunday af
ternoon. The <ame is scheduled to
bagin at 2:80 p.m.. i
Last Sunday Beaufort went to
Smyrna and dropped a 12-11 de
cision to the home team. Smyrna
Hi pushed across an unearned run
in the bottom of the 10th inning
to wrap up the vjctory.
Fans rooting for both teams are
expected to crowd the Beaufort
field Sunday afternoon. It will be
the first game Beaufort has played
on its home field.
Blue Devil Nine Ends Season
With Victory over Swansboro
Players for This Year
Under the supervision of player
agent Bill Fahy, the Morehead
City Little League held the player
auction Monday night. The man
agers of the four teams, Bernard
Leary of the Elks, Ernest Lewis
of the Small Frys, Bill Harrell of
the Idle Hour, and Roy Ellis of
the Moose, gathered with the play
er agent and after settling some
unfinished business picked their
four teams up to full strength.
For the Small Frys Billy Terrell,
Freddie Beaver, Julius "Nicky"
Jones, David Sledge, and David
McNeil were added to the roster
along with carry overs James M.
Davis Jr., Art Ackerson, Bill Fahy,
Robert Gfiffin, Rodney Kemp,
Ronald Lewis, Rudy Lucas, Allen
Colenda, Bobby Terrell and Bruno
The Elks added Terry and Ron
nie Mizesko, Billy Sample, Tom
Dixon, Cris Morrison, Marvin
Lewis, Ernest Yeager, Robert
Rice, and John Apperson to their
roster along with veterans Billy
Condie, Billy White, Benny Eu
banks, Julius Sanders, Billy Chalk,
and Michael Fahy.
The Moose team bought Michael
Salter, Mack Parker, Guy Dickin
son, Teddy Rice, Donald Oglesby,
Johnny Seitter, Arthur Lewis,
Bobby Freeman and Jimmy Byrd
to go with last years returnees
Robert McLean, Eddie West, Jim
my Hall, Howard Barnum, Dean
Steed, and Garland Thompson.
The Idle Hour, perennial win
ners. bought in a quest for their
fourth straight championship Jim
my Newsome, Steven Lee, George
Dill, Tommy Morrow, Tommy
Freeman, and Lonnie Pittman to
supplement their carry over roster
of Glen Mason, Larry Blanchard,
Harvy Litton, Donald Yeager, ftay
Harrell, John Lee, Tommy Bris
coe, Gary Garner, and Terry Har
The four squads will practice
for the next two weeks as follows:
the Idle Hour, May 20 and 23; the
Elks May 21 and 26; the Small
Frys May 22 and 27; the Moose
today, May 19 and 24.
Opening day will be Wednesday,
May 28th with a double header
the Moose vs. Elks at 3:00 p.m.
and the 2nd game the Idle Hour
vs. Small Frys at 5:00 p.m. EST.
Births at Nonhead City Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Con
nell, New Bern, a son, Saturday,
To Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Giv
ens, Stella, a son, Monday, May
To Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ipock Jr.,
Beaufort, a son, Tuesday, May XI.
To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lewis,
Newport, a daughter, Tupaday,
To Mr. and Mrs. Bonald Walters,
Morehead City, a daughter, Sun
day, May 11.
To Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wool
ridge, Morehead City, a son, Sat
urday, May 10.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McElroy,
Morehead City, a daughter, Satur
day, May 10.
Federal lands in Idaho make up
<5.2 of the state's total land area.
Mr. Bill Warren invites all his friends
to come see him at Ideal Barber Shop
where he is now associated with three
other fine barbers.
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2-5 p.m. ? Open House at M?re
head City Hospital
7:30 p.m. ? Duplicate Bridge |
Tournament, Inlet Inn, Beaufort
7:30 p.m. ? Woodman Circle, I
Grove No. 263, hall east of Camp |
7:30 p.m.? Teen-age bridge play |
and instruction, Inlet Inn. Beau
8 p.m.? VFW Dinner, post build
6:30 p.m.? Rotary Club, school ]
7 p.m. ? Jaycees, Scout building, [
7:30 p.m.? Emeritus Civic Club,
civic center, Morehead City
7:30 p.m. ? Woodmen of thel
World, hall east of Camp Glenn |
7:30 p.m. ? Carteret County I
Bridge League, receration build- 1
ing, Morehead City
8 p.m.? Order of Eastern Star, |
lodge hall, Beaufort
8 p.m.? Miriam Rebekahs, lodge |
8 p.m. ? Boy Scout district meet
ing, civic center, Morehead City
8 p.m.? Wesleyan Service Guild, I
Firts Methodist Church, Morehead |
8 p.m.? Loyal Order of Moose,
Lodge hall, Atlantic Botch
Girls lo Attend
Scout Fun Day
Morehead City Girl Scouts and
Brownies will attend Fun Day at
the Bogue Banks Episcopal con
ference center, Salter Path, to
Ten troops, totaling 180 girls, are
expected. The day will start at
noon and end at 4 p.m.
After a picnic luDch there will
be a flag ceremony. The girls will
then present to Mrs. Hugh Porter,
district director, their Juliette
Lowe fund which helps maintain
the home of the Girl Scout founder
as a tourist attraction at Savan
Mrs. Robert Barnum, Girl Scout
cookie chairman, will present
achievement certificates to each
troop that sold 12 boxes of cookies
During the afternoon the girls
will present skits, folk dance and
Each troop leader is arranging
transportation for her troop.
Mrs. Bill Baugham, Morehead
City neighborhood chairman, re
ports that Fun Day will end Scout
ing activities until next fall when
troop meetings will be resumed.
Registration Open Today
For College Courses
Persons may register from 1 to
t p.m. (DST) today at Cherry
Point for college courses offered
by North Carolina State College
extension division. Clasaes start
The courses are open to service
men and their dependents and civil
service employees. Servicemen
will receive up to three-fourths of
their tuition from the government
Additional information is avail
able by calling Cherry Point, ex
tension 3130, Station Education Of
Mistake la Schedule
The Beaufort Little League sea
son was announced by League of
ficials last week as opeaing Mon
day, May IS. The date, later cor
rected, was the 17th, tomorrow.
The Beaufort wheal board and
the Beaufort Jaycces met last
Sight to diaeuss applications for
tha position of football coach at
the school Principal 0. E. Tar
kington said yesterday lie had re
stlved shout 15 applications for
By WAYNE WILLIS
The Smyrna Blue Devils closed
out .their season Wednesday after
noon with a 5-4 decision over a
visiting team of Swunsboro Pi
rates. Braxton Piner went the dis
tance for Smyrna, giving up only
two hits but handing out 21 free
tickets to first via the walk route.
The Pirates scored one run in
each of the first three innings and
Smyrna scored one in the first and
two in the second inning. The score
remained tied until the 10th in
ning when the Pirates pushed
across a run on three walks and
an infield hit.
The Blue Devils came back in
the bottom of the 10th to tie the
8core at four-all when Wayne Davis
walked and scored on Woody Han
cock's double to right -centerfield.
Smyrna won the game in the
bottom of the 12th. Dan Yeomans
walked to lead things off. Carroll
Hill was put in to pinch hit and
he delivered a single on the hit
and run play. With runners on
first and third, Wayne Davis
grounded to the infield but Yeo
mans beat the throw to the plate
with the winning run.
Johnny Ingram led the winners
at the plate with three hits in five
times at bat. Curtis Nelson hit a
double and single in six trips to
the plate. Woody Hancock hit a
double and James Mears hit a
H. T. Smith, the losing pitcher,
struck out 16 Smyrna batters, one
more than Piner managed to whiff.
The Blue Devils opened and
closed their season this year with
victories over Swansboro. Piner
was the winning pitcher in both 1
Birth at Morehead City Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson,
Beaufort, a son, Saturday, May
Morehead City Hospital
Admitted: Sunday, Miss Audrey
Godette, Beaufort; Mrs. Gertrude
Fenner, Havelock; Tuesday, Mrs.,
Ida Guttons, Newport.
Discharged: Sunday, Miss Vida
Mae Taylor, Mrs. Nannie Smith,
Master James Davis III, Beau- J
fort; Monday, Mrs. Gladys John-j
son and son, Mrs. Bessie Stanley,
Miss Geraldine Taylor, Beaufort;
Mrs. Gertrude Fenner, Havelock.
Tuesday, Miss Olivia Simmons,
Offshore Boats Have High
Hopes for Good Catches Now
To Play Host
The Morehead City Bluet will be
going after their third (traight
victory Sunday afternoon when
they play boat to the Kinston Greys
on the Morehead High School dia
mond. The game will begin at 2
Lefty James Henry, who pitched
a 9-4 victory over the Greys in his
last start, will be on the mound
for the Blues. Starting on the hill ,
for the Greys will be Don Chad
wick, a fire-balling righthander. J
A1 Anderson is leading the Blues
batters after the first two games |
of the year. The second baseman j
has collected six bits in 10 trips j
to the plate for a hefty .600 aver
Third baseman William Becton
has banged out four hits in 10 trips
to the plate for a .400 mark. First
baseman Curtis Davis and catcher
Bill Adams have three for nine
and are batting .333.
Roy L. Stiles manages the Blues.
The Greys are managed by W.
Officers and directors of the
Morehead City Touchdown Club
voted Tuesday night to sponsor
two dances at the Morehead Bilt
more Hotel this summer. Proceeds
from the dances will go to the
The first dance, scheduled for
July 12, is already in the planning
stage. Dean Chatlos and his five
piece orchestra have been con
tracted to play for the dance.
The directors voted to conduct
a general membership meeting of
the Touchdown Club in June.
President Bernard Leary agreed
I to find a name speaker and ob
tain football movies.
Treasurer Nick Galaotia reported
that 102 members have paid their
dues for 1958. Vice - president
Thomas Oglesby suggested that
each member of the board of direc
tors take a list of the names of
non-paid members and collect their
Dr. Russell Outlaw volunteered
to make out the list. Also attend
ing the meeting Monday night were
James Smith and Bob Seymour.
By BOB SIMPSON
Offshore and Gulf Stream boats
have high hopes for the weekend
since Jack Lewis' Dolphin II came
hack with 24 false albacore that
averaged 16 pounds each. When
the albacore come summer kings
are sure to follow soon after.
MeaavUle, skiff awl pier fish
ermen arc having the best in
spring flaking. Major E. H.
\rndt, Mansfield Park, reported
his catcb from a skiff off the
Fort Macon Jetties on the sound
side. Me had 200 sea mullet,
gray troat, and hogfish that mea
sured up to ten Inches. Maj.
Arndt says he threw back the
little ones; with a catch like
that he doesn't need to brag
about the one that got away.
From Bunch's pier and camp,
fishing haa improved steadily with
sea mullet and gray trout at the
top of the list. George Piver,
Beaufort, and Mr. Faulkner from
Bunch's, skiff fishing in the river,
tilled a bucket with sea mullet ami
gray trout in one hour.
From Mom and Pop's pier I*ee
Jones. New Bern, caught 10 sea
mullet, one trout and 4 croakers,
and at Fleming's Lyle Bickle of
Cherry Point reported 15 blues,
2 speckled trout, several croak
ers and spots. Blues and trout
are being picked up mostly at
night. Speckled trout are still ,
At B. J. White's camp Bennett '
Tyson and Bill Sermons of F?rm?
ville, fishing in the river, filled >
drink coolers with (ray trout and
sea mullet. Mr. Tyson caught 4t
of the trout.
Cobia fishermen are stalking
their prey these days, among
them the famous Harper bro
thers from Snow Hill. The cabin
are very mueh In evidence, but
playing hard to get.
Ocean pier fishermen are prac
tically wading in fish. Pop Weill
caught 57 blues in 2 hours from
the Triple-Ess. G. R. Grooms,
Troutmans, fishing with his wife
and son. caught 400 gray trout and
sua mullet early in the morning at
Triple-Ess. He'll have something
to tell the fresh water fishermen
At Sportsman Pier Wade Ba
ker. I^eRoy Harvey, Manhall
Hhittington and Robert King, all
of Apex, caught 210 mixed fish,
mostly 't-pound bines. Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph Stone. New Bern,
caught 125 sea mullet and gray
An angler at Thompson's Pier,
where everyone was having good
luck bottom fishing, told us of
going out to the end of the pier
and casting out a Hopkins lure.
He immediately hooked a blue,
and by the time he had pulled in
fish, most of the crowd had
qu t bottom fishing and he wai
si rrounded by plug fishermen. In
about 1V4 hours, he estimated, 100
blues were caught there.
Enjoy Your Fishing!
Don't Waste Time Picking
Out Birds Nests . . .
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