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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, May 16, 1958, SECTION TWO, Page 2, Image 8

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Campbell Choir to Sing Here The Campbell Collate ImiHbk chair ?111 pretest two cmeerta In this area Snndiy It will appear at U a.m. iMday la dtt FM Baptiat Ckant, Beaafart, ?od at ! p.m. Sunday la the First Baptist Church, Men-head City. May 14? Miss Maggie Pigqtt of Gloucester arrived last Tuesday to spend some time with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chadwick. Mrs. Lucille Gililkin of Marshall berg and Mrs. Hilda GilMkln were visitors with Mrs. Floyd Chadwick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Wilson (ltd children of Cherry Point were vis itors with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Willis Sunday. Mr. Murry Lynch returned Tues day from the Veteran Hospital in Fayetteville. Charles Horton . . . choral director Charles Horton, head of the mu sic department at Campbell Col lege, directs the Campbell singers. Mr. Horton is a native of Zebuion. He graudated from Wake Forest College with a bachelor's in music and received his master of music degree from Westminister Choir College, Princeton, N. 1. His grad uate work was done at Union Theological Seminary in N'W York City. Mr. Horton has served as min ister of music in several large churches in the South. During summers, he has worked as choral director for Kermit Hunter's outdoor drama Unto These Hills at Cherokee and also as assistant director far the Gat linburg, Tennessee outdoor drama, Chucky Jack. He is director of the Campbell Opera Workshop, which presents three opera productions each year in cooperation with the Drama Department. Well-Rounded Migrant Ministry Program Needs Cash, Varied Supplies Civic and church organizations ' have been invited to help in the county'* ministry to the migrants. Twelve hundred migrant farm laborers will be in Carteret this simmer. The program of bringing recrea tion and church services to the migrants is sponsored by the Cwn ty Ministers Association in coop eration with the North Carolina CowwU of Churches. Approximate ly $650 in cash is aoe^ed to finance the program, as well as other items such as clothing and games. A list of the need* appears be low: Many To provide accommoda tions for the Migrant minister, the R?v. Ore* Broo infield of Cs'sajflni' To provide Bibles and other re ligions literature for the migranta. To provide other needed equip ment. Through this they will re ceive Bible teaching, counselling, wholesome recreation, and the preaching of the gospel. Send contributions to the Rev. John Cline, Treasurer, Beaufort, N. C. Supplies? Health, to provida for the body. First aid kits: band-aids, mer thiol ate. asDirin. etc. Health kits: towel, washcloth, ?eap, toothbrush, paste, comb, sail file. etc. Sewing kits: yard goods, thread, needles, pins, scissors, tape (ia cigar box). Clothing: needed for the entire family, especially babies and small children. Wnppllss Play, to provide equip ment for the occupation and growth of mind and body. Children: educational blocks, tea sets, rubber dolls, sand pails, sho vels, color books and crayons, jack stones, games, and story books. Youth and adults: softball and baseball equipment, boxing gloves, volleyballs, basketballs, croquet sets, horseshoes, badmington sets, checkerboards, jigsaw puzzles, ta bic games, wholesome magazines and comic books. Take supplies to Mrs. Homer Lewis (9-2 p.m.) Ann Street Meth odist Church, Beaufort. Service*? to provide fellowship and guidance for tbe mind, body and soul. We need volunteers from civic and religious organizations or in dividuals who will help in Sunday School, Bible school, worship ser vices, and recreation. For the scheduling of these ser vices please contact (between 1 and 5 p.m.): Mrs. Russell Klemm, Phone number 2-84M, 1520 Ana St., Beaufort, N. C. Sunday has been recommended to all churches as Migrant Sunday; and the churches are asked to re ceive > special offering for this ministry on that day. d(3& Fuel kids HAVE OIL ON HAND ! 00?fr LETSPftlMS POOL Wit1 IT HAS 60MI DAYS < | THAT CHUO. AMD COOLM3U J Even though spring i> in the air . . . there are ? lot of chilly days left. Our quality Fuel Oil is always on the job. "I'm a plant foreman . . . my dollars work full time at Rrst-Citizens." Coertnientiy Located la ? Jlcrafcead Ctt? WU Mn-li Service ? bvlori ? SvWMbOT* ? Cherry Poiat ? Havelock ? Newport lad la other tee N. C. conmaalHef ?AVISOS OCPARTMIMl /First-Citizens Bank ft Trust Company W 3% GUARANTIED M.i*. iNTimi >?ICIAL LOW PRrCE! Yellow Cl^g . or Slic?d lona Peaches 25c SPKCIAL LOW PRICE! "Our Pinest Quality" A&P Apple Sauce 2 25? Del Moots Vellow Cling DelMoote lt-Oz. OUu Del-Monte Fruit > Peaches Noc?* 33c Fruitrfor Salads 35c Cocktail "25c Delicious Summer Drink ? A&P Fancy * Grape Juices 27ci SpCClA L6QZ. 'jam ? ? 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