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Lt. Got. tad Mrt. L. E. B?rnh?rdt
request the honor of your presence
tl the marriage of their daughter
Dr. Wtfliam II. Sattrrvhite Jr.
the twenty firit of June
nineteen hundred and ftfty-etght
at twelve o'clock
Central Methodist Church
Concord, North Carolina
1%t above invitation is extweded
to frtofsds of the Barnhardt and
MMvMi families la Mi area.
No formal invltatioaa art being
Tto American Legion Auxiliary
W Carter* p<Mt No. W la planning
sale at poppies In downtown Bet*
fort Saturday, the day after Me
morial Day. In charge of the sale
la Mrs. David Hill
Cake batter, baked in cupcake
pans, will usually need II to 20
minutes ta a 400 degree oven.
Morehead City Social News
Mm Ellen lurfawi. Society Editor PlMta ?-4175
Mr. sad Mrs. Sam Whitehall
Nfcw Bern, were at (he Atlantii
Beach Hotel over the weekend.
Mr. Jim Crawford and Mr. Jacl
Styron of New Orleans arrive)
Friday on a business trip.
Mrs. William Davis sad bab;
arrived by plane Friday (ram N*?
Orleans, La., to visit her psrents
Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mttchel
have returned to their home ii
Martinsville. Vs., after spendini
several weeks st their home 01
Mr. and Mrs Douglas BrendU
?ad Mr. and Mrs. Robert Under
wood of Elktn spent the weekem
st the Brsndle cottage.
Mrs. Jack Nobles has returnee
Bin* Ribbon Restaurant
Free Delivery Service ? It Nee* te Midnight
More bead aty Ml Atlantic Beach
Good things cooking
in th? family circle
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Barbecue parties are only one of the many joys
that this happy family finds in home ownership.
Systematic saving made this particular dream
come true . . . and that's only the beginning!
College education for the children, extensive
travel, financial independence ... all are on the
program. By planning ahead and Raving ahead,
thia family will continue to get aheadj
Commercial National Bank
Moralmd City * 8m Lml
FEDERAL RESERVE IYITEK
riMUL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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, ta her hoa?? in Greenville, after
c visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J Mr. and Mrs. James Wharton
1 and children, Mrs. Jack Wharton
and family and Mr*. Lila Wharton,
all at Geklabora, were at the Ray
' mond Bryan cottage several days
' last week.
Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Brady and
. family have as their (nests Mrs.
Brady's brother and atater-in-law,
) Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goaaman, and
' their three children from Ken
. Miaa Bcrbara Blanchard had as
' her weekei.d guest Mr. Bill Camp
! bell of Stale College, Raleigh
Mrs. Richard Swindell has re
I turned home from Cameron and
Empire, La., where she visited
her sons, Edward and Richard,
and their families for several
Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Milone
and son. Johnnie, left for their
home in Effingham, 111., last week,
after visiting Mrs. Milone's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Piatt.
They also spent some time at
their home at Atlantic Beach.
Mils Catherine Piatt and family
had at their weekend guest Miss
Piatt's fiance, Sgt. David Streeter
of St. Augustine, Fla.
Miss Martha Hill of New Bern,
who is employed here, is spending
the summer months with Mr. and
Mrs. John E. Piatt.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Munden were Lt. and Mrs.
James McRhoads and family.
They have recently returned from
a tour of duty in Japan and will
be stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harper,
Mrs. Elmon Oglesby and daugh
ter, Jane, will spend the weekend
in Durham and attend the capping
exercises at Watts Hospital. Miss
Norma Dene Harper is one of the
student nurses who will be capped.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Beck and
daughter, Daisy, spent Wednesday
in Raleigh on business.
Mrs. Walter Morris visited her
mother, Mrs. T. R. Thigpen. in
Mt. Olive several days last week.
Mrs. M. T. Milll Jr. has returned
home, after spending several days
Mr. and Mri. Clarence Forbes
of Williamston * arrived over the
waekand and are spending this
week with Mrs. Forbes' sister,
Miss Lela Hollis.
Mrs. Joslyn Entertains
Fortnightly Bridge Club
Mrs. H. L. Joslyn was hostess
to the Fortnightly Bridge Club at
her home Thursday afternoon.
Guests were Mrs. W. S. Kidd and
Mrs. D. G. Bell.
Mrs. Harold Webb won club high
score, Mrs. Bell won guest high
and Mr*. O. H. Johnson was low.
Mrs. Joslyn served Mock cake
topped with strawberries and
whipped cream and coffee.
SHOP BELK'S FIRST
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MflTIICDQ. BRING YOUR
Hill I II Cn? ? CHILD TO
| . ' " : BELK'S
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 29-30-31
Hmm ? to IS ? 1:00 to SiM
STUDIO WILL cive you a selection
OF FOSES FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE AN
rht Hi MaWaf
Full Fif?* $1.00 Extra
limit: 2 Children To A FomHy
Am: 6 W.?k. to 10 Ymfi
Additional CMdran $100
To Make June Debut
Miss Jo Ann Wade, above,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jacob
F. Wade of Wildwood, will make
her debut at the second annual
Gastonia Debutante Ball Satur
day, June 14, at Gaston Country
Twenty girls will be presented
to society at the ball. Music will
be furnished by Ziggy Hurwitz
and his orchestra of Charlotte.
Miss Wade was invited to attend
the ball by a committee repre
senting the Debutante Club.
She will be presented by her
father. Her cousin. Tommy Wat
son of Gastonia, will be her
chief marshal and her brother,
Jake Wade, will serve as mar
Miss Wade is a 1957 graduate
of Newport High School and is
attending Salem College, Win
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bailey Hudson of Erwin announce the en
gagement of their sister, Miss Lynda Irene Hudson, to Mr. Lawrence
Joseph Crowder. Miss Hudson and Mr. Crowder have been residents
of Wilson for more than twenty years. Miss Hudson is employed by
the Branch Banking and Trust Co. Mr. Crowder, owner of the North
State Brokerage Co., does business in Carteret County.
Mrs. Gus Davis Heads
St. Catherine's Chapter
Mrs. Gus Davis was elected
chairman of St. Catherine's Chap
ter of St. Andrew's Auxiliary for
a two-year term at the May meet
ing of the group in the Epiacopal
parish house Tuesday evening.
Other officers named were Mrs.
Percy Deyo, re-elected vice-chair
man; Mrs. W. L. Brady, re-elected
treasurer, and Mrs. Marhsall Ays
Mrs. 0. H. Johnson Sr., retiring
chairman, conducted a business
session at which plans for a food
fair, to be held in conjunction with
the St. Mary's Chapter, were dis
eusied. Further plans will be an
nounced at (he joint meeting of
the two groups June 2.
Ct. Catherine's Chapter will
aponaor a coffe hour every two
weeks this summer following the
morning church service and will
have a coffee hour Sunday morn
ing, following the Whitsuntide ser
Mrs. M?ry Shockley reported
sending two boxes of clothing from
the Thrift Shop to migrant work
ers; Mrs. Johnson read excerpts
from the article on New Trends
in the Woman's Auxiliary, written
for the Mission Herald by Mrs.
William Marmion, wile of the
bishop of Southwestern Virginia.
The Rev. E. Guthrie Brown,
rector of St. Andrew's, gave a
brief resume of the diocesan meet
ing in Gotdsboro recently. The
coming church year's program in
cludes a four or five-day mission,
the Rev. Mr, Brown reported.
Bishop Wright, in his address,
stressed Evangelism as the key
note of next year's planning.
Following the closing of the
meeting by the Rev. Mr. Brown,
refreshments were served by Mrs.
Frances Morris and Mrs. Erma
Typing Shorthand Bookkeeping
New cUmm will begin June 9. Registration
end* Jane 1. Limited enrollment
MRS. H. C BARROW, JR.
3206 ArendeH St
City, N. C.
Showsr and Card Party
nonors ? w nv ?!? mw#v?i
Mn dune IMBi, Mr*. Percy
Deyo and Mn ^Gorta>^P?y ^ WW
WhKtfcTfcaJe huimlut Mln Venu
Jean Rabon Mln MbM plana ?
Upon arrival the hmomt waa
prtaentel a coraafe. Mm receiv
ing corsages were Mra. Walter
Davia Sr., grandmother of Mln
Rabon, Mr*. 8. J. Rabon. mother
of the hoaeree, Mra. R. Hugh HiB
ol Beaufort, mother of Mln Ra:
bon's fiance, and Mln Thelma
Memakia, June bride-elect.
Mixed aummer flower* were
uaed in arranfementa throughout
the house Each table waa covered
with a white doth and centered
with a miniature arrangement of
The bride's table waa centered
with a amall umbrella covered
with ruffles and tied with white
ribboni and silver bells placed in
the center of an arrangement of
flowers. The gifts were grouped
about the arrangement.
Summer delight pie, coffee and
tea were served During play party
mints, colas and mixed nuts were
High score at bridge was won
by Mrs. Dan Swindell, high acore
at canasta by Mrs. Clarence E.
Mitchell and high score at rummy
by Mrs. Gene Bowen.
Mrs. Betty Willis Honored
On 80th Birthday Sunday
:,:-s Betty Willis was honored
on her 80th birthday Sunday with
a cake cutting given by her daugh
ters, Mrs. Floyd Chadwick and
Mrs. Jane Layton of High Point,
at the Chadwick home.
Prior to the cutting, a surprise
family dinner was given at Sani
tary Restaurant. Out of town
guests at the dinner were Mr. and
Mrs. George Willis and Mr. and
Mra. William Willis and son, Billy,
of Windsor and Mr. and Mrs. Bert
C. Willis and children, Bfrt Jr.,
Miriam Thomas and Betty, of
Punch and cake were served to
neighbors and close friends who
called during the afternoon. Mra.
Willis received many gifts and
Mrs. Gus Davit Hostess
To Thursday Bridge Club
Mr?. Gui Davis entertained her
bridge club Thursday evening at
her home on Arendell Street. She
used a profusion of ruses for dec
oration. ? " ? > -
Gtiests wens Mri. Jack Bumls.
Mrs. Dick Parker and Mrs. Milton
Mrs. Bruce Willis won high
score, Mrs. Burrus ,was second
high and Mrs. Roush was low.
The hottest served a fruit par
fait salad with cheese crackers and
A dinner meeting will be held at
Rex Restaurant this week with
bridge fololwing at the home of
Mrs. S. A. Horton. The club will
not meet this summer.
Charles Macy to Receive
Doctor's Degree June 2
Mr. Charles B. Macy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Macy of Coral
Bay, will graduate from the Uni
versity of North Carolina School
of Medicine June 2 and will be
awarded the degree of doctor of
Mr. Macy will serve his intern
ship at Jackson Memorial Hospital,
Miami, Fla. He attended Morehead
City High School and did pre-medl
cal work at the university, where
he is a member of Whitehead
Council and Phi Chi medical fra
He is married to the former
Miss Nancy Strode Haines of New
Lisbon, N. J.
Ml a m -Clinic, Morrhrad Ctty
Hospital annex. (ShoU adminis
tered during thai* houri only)
1-4 p.m ?Clinic, county health
center. Beaufort. (ShoU admlmi
tered during theae hour* only)
t p.m.? Special meeting on aerv
l?g buffet meala, home afest'i of
flea, courthouae annex, Beaufort.
8:45 p.m.? Rotary Club, Scout
7 p.m.? Adult Parmer Asaocia
tton, Newport School
7 p.m.? Buaineaa and Profeaahm
al Women's Club, Rex Reataurant,
7 p.m.? Down Eaat Liona Club,
Sea Level Inn
7 : SO p.m. ? Coaat Guard Reaerve
Unit, Coaat Guard Station, Port
7:30 p.m.? Ocean Lodge, Maaonic
hall, Morehead City
( p.m ?Folk and aquare danc
ing, recreation building, Morehead
8 p.m. ? Women of the Moose,
lodge hall, Atlantic Beach
8 p.m.? Board meeting. Beau
fort Chamber of Commerce, cham
ber office "
9*30 *.m. to 12:30 p.m.? Social
Security representative, courthouse
7 p.m.? Flight C, 9948th Air Re
serve Squadron, municipal build
ing, Morehead City
7:30 p.m.? Esther Rebekahs, rec
reation building, Morehead City
| 7:30 p.m.? Heavyboit Army Re
serve Unit, Reserve training cen
ter west of Morehead City near
Ocean Park Drive-In
I p.m.? Rosary-Altar Society, St.
Egbert's Catholic Church, More
I p.m. ? Commencement Exer
cises, Beaufort High School
( p.m. ? Commencement Exer
cises, Atlantic High School
I p.m. ?Special Carteret Com
munity Theatre meeting, recrea
tion building, Morehead City
t p.m.? W. S. King Commence
ment at the school, Morehead City
> p.m.? Queen Street Commence
ment at the school, Beaufort
9-11 a.m.? Clinic, county health
center, Beaufort. (Shots adminis
tered during these houra only)
1-3 p.m.? Clinic, Morehead City
Hospital annex. (Shots adminis
tered during these hours only)
9:30 p.m. ? Rotary Ctoto. Rex
Restaurant, Morehead OKV
6:30 p.m. ? Lions Club, Hotel
Fort Macon, Morehead City
7:30 p.m.? National Guard Unit,
Camp Glenn Armory
t p.m.? Odd Fellows, Lodge hall,
R p.m. ? Commencement Exer
cises, Smyrna High School
I p.m. ? Commencement Exer
cises, Newport High School
7:30 p.m. ? Duplicate Bridge
Tournament. Lniet Inn, Beaufort
S p.m. ? Commencement Exer
cises, Morehead City High School
1*12 BUOOBS 9t.
Mr. and Mrs. Oglesby
Entertain CoupUt Club
, Mr and Mra. Billy Oglesby en-J
| tertained the couples bridge club?
M their home on Y.upon Terrace
, Tueaday night Bri Ogleaby used
red and while roses. panties and
daisies for decoration
High acore was won by Mr. Bon
ay Gear, second high by Mrs. Jer
ry N orris and low by Dr. Norris.
Refreshments of spice cake and
coffee were served.
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