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Methodists Will Convene
Monday, June 23, Wilson
The North Carolina annual con
ference will convene at First Meth
odist Church, Wilson, Monday,
June 23 ?( 1:30 p.m. The sessions
will continue through the lunch
hour on Thursday, June 26. The
Rev. J. F. Herbert and the official
delegates from First Mefhodist
Church, Morehead City, will at
The conference will be an espe
cially Important one as it will be
planning for the building of the two
Methodist colleges in eastern North
Carolina, one at Rocky Mount and
one at Fayettevllle. Construction
on these two colleges will begin in
the not too distant future. Trustees
are already at work making plans.
In the fall of the year a grass roots
campaign will be conducted seek
ing support for this important ad
venture. In the Morehead City
church plans are being worked out
to take to the conference adequate
reports on the spiritual and finan
cial life of the local church.
Mother's Day, May 11 was a
great day at First Methodist
Church, Morehead City Bouquets
of roses were presented to two of
the mothers of the church. Mrs.
1 am a candidate for
Corner of Carteret
County, Primary May
31 ?t, 1958. Your vote
will be appreciated.
W. David Manden
G. D. C infield, Utt Evans St., a
Idas time member of Pint Church,
received a bouquet of red roses as
the oldest mother present. Mrs.
Canfield, though not a native of
Morehead City, has been here
many years and is widely known
and beloved. She has many de
pendents who are members of the
church and Sunday School.
Mrs. Howard Wade, 308 N. 8th
St., received a bouquet of red roses
for the mother at the service who
had the largest number of descend
ants present. Sixteen of Mrs.
Wade's descendants were at the
service. Mrs. Wade likewise won
the same recognition at the service
on Mother's Day 1957. Mrs. Wade,
like Mrs. Cartfield, has long been
a devout, active, and beloved mem
ber of First Methodist Church.
The Vacation Bible School will
be held at the churrh beginning
Sunday, June 1, and continuing
through Sunday, June 8. Meetings
were held Tuesday and Wednesday
of this week at the church to make
conclusive plans for the school and
to study the books for teachers.
Subjects of study for the several
departments are as follows: for
kindergarten, Children Learn from
Jesus; primary, Jesus Went About
Doing Good; junior, Jesus is His
Name; and intermediate, Fairest
The Commission on Education
will meet Wednesday night, May
21, at 8 o'clock immediately follow
ing prayer meeting which begins
at 7:30 p.m.
Hand Injury Creates
La Mesa, Calif. (AP)? An in
jured hand resulted in the crea
tion of three additional vice pres
idents of the Helix Irrigation Dis
R. M. Levy, board of directors
president, could not sign payroll
checks at a board meeting due to
an injured hand. The only other
member authorized to sign checks
A resolution was quickly passed
to solve the problem. The remain
ing board members were made
Most of the escapees who have
been permitted to "escape" from
Communist China into Hongkong
have been older people, physical
ly handicapped and others consid
ered useless as laborers, reports
Republic of China sources.
May 13? Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Jones and son, Bryan, Mr. and
Mrs. Ken Gillikin, Mrs. F16yd
Bowser and Jimmy, Billy and
Johnny Adams of Newport NeVvs,
Va., were weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Taylor ami.'
children of Core Creek spent Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1
F. S. Becton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith were
dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. George Huntley Jr. in Beau- ,
Gerald Taylor of Wake Forest |
College spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. :
Taylor. , 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Neal Salter
and children of Cherry Point spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clar
Mr. and Mrs. George Can-away
and children visited his mother,
Mrs. Addie Carraway, at Merri
Mrs. E. O. Edgerton of Raleigh
and Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Britton '
of New Bern spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Taylor.
Mrs. Lecn Harris spent Wednes
day in New Bern.
Wilber Lee Civils of Pinehurst
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Osborne Salter.
Fred and W. L. Patrick of Ma
con, Ga., were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Adams the past week
Miss Sadie Louise Harris and
friend, Miss Delores Johnson, of
East Carolina College spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Adrian Becton, Denard and Bill
Harris and Miss Sharon Wllkerson
attended the senior class play at
Beaufort High School Friday eve
Mrs. Gaston Salter attended her
family reunion in Kinston last Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith Jr.
and children spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Taylor, in Harlowe.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnson
and children of Beaufort spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmo Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnie McKay of
Beaufort visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Taylor, Sunday.
The Young People gave a Mo
ther's Day program at the Sunday
morning service at Oak Grove
Population of the Philippines is
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The Rev. Tommy Tyson
To Pt^stch at Marshallberg
The Rev. Tommy Tyson
. . . from Goldsboro
Lttons Confuse Clown
Fori Smith, Ark. (AP)? W. H.
Simpkins of Oklahoma City, a re
tired circus clown, rushed to a
meeting of the Evening Lions Club
rfnd performed enthusiastically.
When the 73-year-old clown got
back to his hotel, he received a
telephone call reminding him that
he was supposed to appear at a
Lions Ladies Night meeting ? not
at the Evening Lions Club.
A week-end revival, led by the
llev. Tommy Tysot? of Goldsboro,
will be held at the Methodist
Church at Marshallberg, beginning
tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Other services will be Saturday
morning at 10 a.m., Saturday at
7:30 p.m., and at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Singing will be led by the pas
tor, the Rev. William Jeffries. The
public is invited.
The Rev. Mr. Tyson is confer
ence evangelist for the N. C.
Methodist Conference, doing re
vival work full-time. He has
preached at several other churches
in the county this spring.
Boy is Fined, Jailed
When Story Backfires
Milwaukee (AP)? Raymond Ru
ditys, 19, reported to the police
that another motorist followed his
car for three miles, played bump
er tag with him, then cut him off,
reversed gears and rammed him
from the front.
Police, upon investigation, said
the only thing wrong with the
story was that nobody did those
things to Ruditys. He did them to
Edward Zibulski, 17, when he
found Zibulski out for a ride with
a girl he had dated. Judge Frank
Gregorski fined Ruditys $100 and
jailed him for 30 days for driving
after revocation of his driver's
May 14? Br. and Mrs. Marvin i
Herrington and children of Nor ;
fdlk.-Va., spent the weekend with j
Mrs. Herrington's mother, Mrs. ]
Mrs. Jennie Mills and daughter,
Mrs. Bob Floss and her children
of Bridgeton, spent Sunday with
her sisters, Mrs. Henry Carraway
and Mrs. Emily Nelson.
Mrs. "Hunk" taylor and a party
from Durham and Mr. and Mrs.
Wooten and children Of Havelock
spent Sunday with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace.
The Rev. Charlie Rice of New
Bern and Mr. and Mrs. Wrenn
Lawrence of Newport spent Sat
urday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Rogers of
Graham are visiting her sisters,
Mrs. J. W. Adams and Miss Nita
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stallings
and Carey spent Sunday with their
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs.
,4Gus" Robinson of Vanceboro.
The Rev. Robert Poulk and fam
ily were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Carraway on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sewell of
Beaufort spent awhile Friday eve
ning with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Car
Mr. and Mrs. George Pittman
had their children at home on Sun
day, Mr. George Pittman Jr. and
baby, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pitt
man and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of
Mr. and Mr>. John Nelson of
Beaufort visited his mother Sun
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Car
raway and children of Bachelor,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hardy, Mr
and Mrs. John Felton, Mr and
Mrs. Dick Emer of Beaufort RFD
spent Sunday with their mother,
Mrs. Addie Carraway.
Firemen Mitfake North
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Mayville, Wta. (AP) ? A recent
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brilliant in many northern part*
of the nation, 1>Ut In this South
central Wisconsin village it was
The volunteer firemen rushed to
an alarm only to discover (Me glare
of the northern lights had been
mistaken for a rooftop blaze.
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