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Mr. and Mrs. Elmer GUlikln
request the honor of your pretence
at the marriage of their daughter
Ralph Johnson Gillikin
tlie twenty-seventh of May
nineteen hundred fifty-eight
at eight o'clock in the evening
Williston Methodist Church
Williston, North Carolina
Ns Invitations are being seat,
but friecdi of the couple are cor
dially invited to attend.
Births at Morehead City Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jordan,
Morehead City, a daughter, Thurs
day, May 22.
To Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
Dixon. Newport, a son, Wednesday,
To Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Davis.
Marshailberg, a son, Thursday,
To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graves,
Morehead City, a daughter. Friday,
To Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Martin.
Beaufort, a son, Thursday. May 22.
To Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas
Snooks, Newport, a daughter, Wed
nesday, May 21.
Births at Sea Level Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. Alfred N. Mor
tis, Smyrna, a son, Herbert Wayne,
Saturday, May 24.
To Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Warren
Morton, Morehead City, a son,
I^eslie Warren Jr., Saturday, May
To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joseph
Sparks, Smyrna, a son. Thomas
Joseph Jr., Saturday, May 17.
Woman's Society Plans
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of Ann Street Meth
odist Church will meet at the Eure
building tonight at 8.
Installation of new officers will
be held and all members should
FREE ESTIMATES AND
* PLUMBING. HEATING
* FARM EQUIPMENT
MS ArendeD St
(Beaufort Social News
Mm Mm Barfeau. Mat? Mkt Hmk Mils
Mr. I. C. Neale. after ?pending
eight day* la the hospital in flari
da. ia convalescing at the home of
her am, Dr. R. C. Neale, 121 Bal
tic Circle, Tampa ?, fli.
Mrs. Bessie McRhoads of Selma
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R Mun
Mr and Mrs Mack Trent Jr. are
spending two weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson,
before going to summer school at
East Carolina College. Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Trent Sr. of Cameron
were here for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brooks have
returned home, after spending sev
eral days at Shackleford Banks.
Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood Phillips
and son, Lockwood, will leave to
morrow for Jersey City, N. J., to
visit Mrs. Phillips' parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Dear, and their
son. Walter Phillips, at St. An
drew's 'School, Middletown, Del.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Barnhardt
and two children arrived Friday
from Winston-Salem to spend a
week with her parents. Mr and
Mrs F R Bell. Mr. Barnhardt
continued on to Boston, Mass , to
attend i convention, but Mrs
fearnhardt and the children re
main here for a week's vMt.
Miu Paula Jones will arrive
home tomorrow from Wake Forest
College, Winston-Salem She will
leave Tuesday to attend summer
school at Chapel Hill.
Mr Jerry Phillips of Greenville
was the weekend guest of Miss
Winkl Willis at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Bruce Edwards, lvey Mason and
lames Graham, students at Wake
Forest College, will arrive home
this week for summer vacation.
Mrs. L. C. Turnage and Mrs.
Dan Darling spent yesterday in
Mrs. A. R. Biermann and two
sons will leave this weekend for
Mrs. James D. Rumley and her
grandson, Gray Davis, will leave
this week for Santa Ana, Calif., to
visit Mrs. Rumley's daughter, Mrs.
Betty Reese, and family. Mrs.
Reese and her two daughters will
drive back here with Mrs. Rumley.
David's Bound for Harvard
By JUDIE MOORE
Congratulations are In order for I
David Chipman for hit winning '
one of the freshman scholarships j
to Harvard. Though everyone was
not too surprised, they certainly
were pleased when David calmly
announced his award.
He lias always been one of those
lucky students to whom others
look enviously, thinking "If I only
had his ability!" David was a
finalist in the Merit Scholarship
program so naturally Harvard con
sidered and accepted him as a
worthy candidate for one of their
Now we'll be able to say, "I
have a friend at Harvard!"
Tuesday was an especially ex
citing day for the seniors, for not
only did their caps and gowns ar
rive that day but their pride and
joy, the 1958 Mainsail, finally
Everyone assembled in the audi
torium at ?:45 to receive their an
nual wd,.to hear the dedication
which this year was given to Mr>.
Mildred Lawrence. Of course, the
annual staff was awfully proud of
the results of their work and along
with everyone elae proceeded im
mediately to get all. their friends
and teachers to sign their auto
Chalk Dust's readers were given
a sample of next year's reporter
when she wrote the column last
week. Since Bunny interviewed me
last week, I shall do the same for
The name on Bunny's birth cer
tificate la Constance Moore but
she prefers her nicknamc. Bunny
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Moore and was born on
Feb. 18, 1941.
At 17, Bunny la fcow 5' I" tall
and weighs 122 pounds. Her bair
is a dark blonde color and her
?yes are blue. Hamburgers and
potato chips are Bunny's favorite
snacks. To Be Loved is her favo
rite disc and Nat King Cole is her
Choose Gifts for Your Favorite
Graduates from Our Wide Selection
The item* lilted below are but a few of the bndretb
of |ift idea* yenH find In our M?rt.
? Sheaffer "Snorkle" Pen and feitdl Ml
? Parker Sl? 41 a*d 21 Pea and Pmteil Sets
? Camera* and Acceuorie*
? Billfold* by Amity
? Cosmetic* of All Kind* for Girl*
? Toiletries of All Kinds fer Boys
? Electric Razors ? All Makes
? Cigarette Lighters by Ronson and Zippo
? Esterbrook Peas
? Tobacco* and Smoking Supplies
Guthrie-Jones Drug Co.
MERRILL BL1XL BEAUFORT, N. C.
Bunny declared that people who
go steady are her pet peeve and
that she'd like most to eventually
get a Job as dietitian in a large
hospital. This year she has been
a member of Tri-Hi-Y, FTA, as
sistant manager of the girl's bas
ketball team, and drum majorette.
Upon graduation. Bunny hopes
to enroll in East Carolina ar>d re
ceive her degree. Good luck with
your writing next year, Bunny, it's
lots of fun!
One more Chalk Dust. That
makes this reporter very sad!
Morehead City Hospital
Admitted: Wednesday, Mrs. Bet
ty Jordan, Mr. Charlie Daniels,
Morehead City; Mrs. Virginia Dix
on, Mr. Clarence Garner, New
port; Mrs. Aurie Cannon, Merri
mon; Mrs. Wanda Davis, Mar
shallberg; Mrs. Gertrude White
Tin red ay, Mr. Jerry Lawrenot*
Otway; Mrs. Juena Cannon, M*a
Kirstina McLean. Mrs. Sandra
Gravel, Morehead City; Mrs. Nan
cy Martin, Beaufort.
Friday, Miss Cynthia Lampley.
Morehead City; Mr. Lutrell Tip
pett, Emerald Isle.
Discharged: Thursday, Mr. Ed
ward F. Glllikin. Mr. David Mer
rill, Beaufort; Mrs. Helen Stovall,
Mr. William F Lovick, Mrs. Edith
Tippett, Mrs Billie Singleton, Mas
ter Ernest Clyde Lowe, Morehead
Saturday, Mrs. Margaret Rumer,
Beaufort; Mrs Laura Daniels,
Mrs. Virginia Dixon and son, New
port; Mr. Jerry Lawrence, Otway;
Mrs Juena Cannon, Mrs. Betty
Jordan and daughter, Miss Kir
stina McLean, Morehead City.
Sea Level Hospital
Admitted: Thursday, Mrs. Rosa
lee Eweli. Havelock; Saturday.
Mra Frances Morton, Morehead
City; Mrs. Jeanetta Morris, Smyr
Suiay, Mr. Alec Neilson, Sea
Level; Mist Virginia Arthur, Mrs.
-Sarah Hlgham, Beaufort.
Discharged: Thursday, Mrs.
Lena Williams,. Ocracoke; Mrs.
Loretta Taylor, Beaufort.
Friday, Mrs. Lei a Thomas, Wil
Hston; Mrs. Cavell Brinson, More
he?d City, Mr. Clem Freeman,
Maysville; Mr. John Valentine,
Marshallberg; Master Charlea Pi
gott, Gloucester; Mr. Harry Sim
Saturday, Mrs. Ora Ball, More
head City; Sunday, Mrs. Roaalee
Ewell, Havelock; Mrs. Virginia
Miss Glenifer Graham
Observes 4th Birthday
Little Miss Glenifer Graham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Gra
ham, observed ber fourth birthday
Sunday afternoon with a party at
Patty hats and balloons were
given as favors. Miss Judy ftaer
and Miaa Gtenda Tkylor led several
games. Gift* were opened and re
freshments of iee cream and cake
Mm William Way's name was
omitted Friday from the litt of
hoateaaes at the Aan Neal Circle
meeting Monday at the bome of
Mrs. Wiley Lewis.
K. W. Downum Co.
Married Friday Afternoon
Mr?. Herbert Francis Prytherch Jr.
Miss Josephine Annette Rober
son of Halifax became the bride
of Herbert Francis Prytherch Jr.
in a private double-ring ceremony
Friday afternoon at five-thirty in
St Paul's Episcopal Church.
The Rev C. Kdward Sharp, rec
tor, performed the ceremony. An
arrangement of white gladiolas
and pompoms wai placed on the
altar. Wedding muaic was pro
vided by Mrs. Joseph House, or
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Mr. Floyd Archie
Roberson of Halifax. She wore a
street - length white embroidered
sheath dress, topped with a waist
She wore white accessories and
a small hat made in the shape of
a bow. She wore a white orchid
Miss Brenda Kay Roberson of
Halifax, sister of the bride, was
maid of honor and the bride's only
attendant. She wore a yellow du
pioni dress with yellow accessories
and a corsage of talisman roses.
Mr. Benjamin Bunn Arrington of
Beaufort, uncle of the bridegroom,
served as best man.
Following a wedding trip the
couple will be at home at Black
well House, Reedville, Va.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Archie Roberson
of Halifax. She is a graduate of
Charles L. Coon High School, Wil
son, and is a senior at East Caro
lina College, Greenville.
The bridegroom is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Prytherch Sr. He grad
uated from Beaufort High School
and received a bachelor of science
degree at East Carolina College
Sunday, May 18.
- Married Recently
Mr*. Garland Mason Morris is the former Miss Annie Laura Lam
bert of Mt. Airy. Her marriage to Mr. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ervin Morris of Atlantic, took place Saturday, May 17, in Toast. The
couple are making their home in Havelock.
Nutritionists to Conduct
Meeting on Buffet Meals
Miss Virgtnii Wilson, extension
nutritionist, Raleigh, will conduct
1 special meeting on buffet meals
at 2 today at the home agent's
office, courthouse annex, Beaufort.
All women interested in new
ideas on serving buffet meals are
The National Parks in the United
Statea cover 24 million acres.
Makes lienor Roll
Miss Johnise Hardesty, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hardesty,
was named te the honor roll for
the year at East Carolina College.
She served as counselor and hos
tess at Cotton Hall.
The American Legion Auxiliary,
Morehead City, made $211.38 on
sale of poppies Saturday in the bus
iness aectioa. Proceeds go toward
Beginning Saturday, June 7th, our officM
will cIom at 1:00 P.M. each Saturday.
Theodore Salter, M.D.
Luther Fulcher, M.D.
M. T. Lewis, M.D.
fi it nnimein ?? ?
Miss Peggy Williams was
chosen as an attendant in the
May Queen's court at Meredith
College, Raleigh. The May Day
exercises were held May 3 and
were attended by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Williams,
and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Eure.
Peggy is a graduate of Beaufort
High School and is a sophomore
Both ginger ale and club soda
may be had in 7, 12 and 28-ounce
Man Figures Home in Bed
It Safest Place for Him
Flagstaff. Aril. (AP)? Joseph P.
Lipinski Jr. of Flagstaff figures
the beat place for him is home in
While fishing in the Gulf of Cali
fornia his boat capsized 15 miles
off shore. lie was rescued after
aeveral hours in the water.
Nine days later he was over
come by fumes while applying an
enameled cement wall finish in a
shower room at Arizona State Col
lege at Flagstaff. A school em
ployee found him unconscious. He
was pulled to safety
Persons who leave cars unlocked
on public streets are advised by pj
lice to lock them. Persons are oc- I
cupying cars for the purpose of
drinking, and upholstery in one car
vas slashed recently.
A new salt source arc pools of |
Pacific sea water trapped behind i
high sand barriers on Mexican
West Coant beaches Sun and wind
evaporate the water, leaving a har
vest of salt.
4/5 qt. Ptot
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125 Front St. PHONE 2-8331 Beaufort, N. C.
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