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June 25 - Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Fordham and two children of
Goldsboro spent last week at his
cottage on the creek.
Miss Amy Stacy of North River
spent the weekend with Miss Linda
The Rev. and Mrs. Bill Nelson
and children of Jacksonville, Fla.,
are here on a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson of Beau
fort RFD and his grandmother,
Mrs. Emily Nelson of Merrimon.
Mr. Austin Adams of Ports
mouth, Va., visited his brother,
Mr. J. W. Adams last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mclntyre of
Rocky Mount spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Miss
Mrs. Addle Carraway spent the
weekend in Norfolk with her daugh
ter and family. Dr. and Mrs. Mar
The Rev. and Mrs. Bill Nelson
and children and Mrs. Emily Nel
son visited Mrs. Sam Mills in
Bridgeton on Sunday.
Mr. Roy Carraway of Beaufort
RFD, Mr. Marvin Carraway, Mr.
Charlie Carraway of New Bern and
their sister of Rocky Mount visited
here Tuesday corning.
The wiSCS met with Mrs. Annie
Wallace last Thursday night with
seven members present and two
visitors. Our lesson on missions
was presented by Mrs. Louise Pitt
man and Mrs. Bessie Carraway.
After the business session, Mrs.
Wallace served cookies and colas.
Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs.
Hunter Taylor attended the WSCS
meeting. We were glad to have
them and hope they will visit us
Gub Women Act as Clerks
At Clinic for Crippled
Mrs. Hugh Porter, Mrs. Dirk
Parker and Mrs. Louise Merrill,
all of Morehead City and members
of the Junior Woman's Club, are
shown above as they assist at the
Crippled Children's Clinic held
earti month in the hospital annex.
The clinic is five years old next
At the clirtic June 14, 50 ortho
pedic patients were present. Twen
ty of these were new cases, 30 re
Dr. L. D. Baker, orthopedist of
Duke Hospital, is in charge of the
The June clinic was held by Dr.
Frank Clippin^er, Dr. Otto Stewart
of Duke Hospital and Dr. J. K.
Deneen of Camp Lejeune.
Also assisting were Mrs. Leota
Hammer of Atlantic, Mrs. Leonard
Lewis of Morehead City and Mrs.
G. T. Spivey of Beaufort.
Anyone suffering from injuries,
disease, malformation of the bone
or joint can be seen at this clinic.
The next clinic will be July 12.
Sheriff Does Not Want
Padded Cells in Jail
Rockford, 111. (AP)-If Sheriff
Leonard A. Friberg has his hay,
there'll be no padded cell* in the
Winnebago County jail.
He spoke his piece after the
grand jury recommended the
sheriff seek an appropriation for
at least two padded cells to*facili
tate handling of mental patients.
He discussed the problem with
County Judge Fred J. Kullberg.
"A jail is no place for those
people," said Friberg. "They
should go to a hospital with a se
Jdne 23 - Mr. and Mr?. F. J.
Roberts of Albemarle are visiting
his sister, Miss Minnie Roberts,
and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mundlne and
family from Orlando, Fla., are vis
iting relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Heath
and little daughter, Emily, have re
turned ot their home in Hickory
after several days here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. G D. Henderson,
Claude Henderson, Doug Hender
son, Mrs. Charles Hill and Mrs.
Ormsby Mann went to Wilmington
Monday for the funeral of Miss
Mrs. W. J. Kirby, Mrs. Rena Ed
wards and Mrs. M. D. McCain
spent Tuesday in Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mizelle and
children, Janet and Carol, are
spending two weeks in Saniord,
Fla., with Mrs. Mizelle's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Millis rfnd:
sons, Edward ahd Holland, spent
Thursday in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. McCain
spent Friday in Kinston.
Mrs. Floyd G. Harness and chil
dren, Beverly and Patricia, of Ra
leigh arrived Friday to spend some
time with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Ira Garner.
Mrs. W. H. Bell and little sons
of New Bern were here Friday eve
ning for the closing program of the
Bible school of St. James Meth
odist Church. Little Mms Middy
Bell had spent the past two weeks
here with her grandmother and at
tended the school.
W. D. Heath Jr. was a business
visitor in New Bern Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lockey and
daughter, Gwynn, left Saturday for
Jackson, Miss. They were accom
panied by a sister-in-law, Mrs. Gar
land Lockey, whose home Is In
Jackson. Mrs. Lockey had been
here several weeks with her
mother and sister.
Little Timothy Mann celebrated
his 5th birthday Sunday with a par
ty at his home. Approximately
twenty young friends enjoyed out
door games and later ice cream
and cake served in the dining
The three-tiered cake represented
a merry-go-round, and the guests
were given balloons and hats as
Watching Tim open his gifts was
one of the chief highlights for all
June 25 ? Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Blair of Vanceboro are the guests
of Mrs. Blair's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. I. N. Howard.
Mr. Sam Hall of St. Petersburg,
Fla., is spending the summer here
Mrs. Christine Carroll of LflUng
ton and some friends, Mrs. Lucille
Marset and mother, Mrs. Jirrell,
spent the weekend here with Mrs.
Carroll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
W. Garner. Chrissie Carroll, who
had been here, since the closing of
school, with her grandparents, re
turned with her mother.
Marsh W. Knott of Wendell was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
/* ? /? symptomslfe
Heath Monday. On hi* return
home, he ??? accompanied by
Mr*. Knott and children, Marsh Jr.
and Ann, who had (pent the put
two week* with her parenta.
Ormsby M?nn of Albk marie
*pent the werteod hire with hi*
Henry G. Edward* and Prentiss
Garner went to Hendereonvllle Sat
urday to tahe Mr. and Mr*. Walter
Hibbs, who bad been the guests of
Mra Blanche Edwards, and H. W.
Hibbs, who will spend some time
there with them. Mr. Edwards and
Mr. Gamer returned home Sunday.
Little Miss Mary Jane Warren
is spending a week in Jaekosnville
with Brooks Bryson.
Chailes Clarke KeUey, Ensign,
USNR who has been rooming at
the heme o f Mr. ahd Mrs. Walter
Ileath, left Friday for a visit with
his parent* in Wellsville, N. Y. On
JOne 28 he will wad Miss Jean Carr
in St. Mary's Church, 'Marshall,
Mich. Miss Carr is * June grad
uate of Western Michigan Univer
sity at Kalamazob, while the bride
groom-eleet is an alumnus of the
University of Michigan at AYin Ar
The Rev. Ralph Fleming and
Durwood Summkrel left Monday
(or Wilson, where they attehBed the
Little Howard Daniels Fleming is
the newest addition to the Meth
odist parsonage. Me arrive* ok
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service held its general meet
ing in the educational building
Miss Elsie Elliott led the pro
gram On the Changing March of
Missions. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs.
Mauriey gave a dialogue.
Mrs. Rena Edwards, president,
presided at the business session
and gave final instructions en the
rummage sale to be held Saturday
in the building opposite Roy T.
Garner's store on Highway 70.
Mrs. Myrtle Smith, missionary
personnel secretary, Mrs. Smith,
new sub district leader, and Mrs.
Taylor, all of North Hariowe, were
unexpected but very welcome
Mrs. Essie Godwin, our new
spiritual life leader, gave a Very
fine talk on prayer at the closing
part of program.
Don't throw trash out car win
June 23 ? Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Powell and son, Kenneth, of New
Bert Visited her mother, Mrs. Dol
lie Dudley Thursday afternoon.
The Woman's Society of Christian
Service met at the home tl Mrs.
DoHie Duilay ?f> Thirdly higW
with a very "food attendance.
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service sponsored a father-son
dinner on Saturday night at the
church. The dinner consisted of
barbecue, cole slaw, potato salad,
hush puppies and apple pie. Judge
Hamilton of Morehead City was the
His speech centered on the
father-son relationship and was en
joyed by all present. Following
the speech, R. M. Williams of
Beaufort showed a movie in tech
nicolor. The movie showed inter
esting scenes throughout the United
Mrs. Ersll Merrill has returned
home from the hospital and is im
Members of the Tuttle's Grove
MYF enjoyed a hamburger fry at
Planner's Beach Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Neal Campen and daugh
ters, Mary Rose arul Ann* Ned
Mrs Earl Campen, Miss Blanctl
Dudley and Mrs. DoUie Dndl<i i
spent Wednesday in Hyde C*uni'
Mr. A. T. Foreman and f^mlf
Df Belhaven spent the weeken
with his sister, Mrs. Dollie Dudley
Mr. Gtriatt L. Foreman o I Sot
!Mk, Vk., will spend this weekelM
with his sister, Mrs. DoUie Dudley
Little Andy Merrill is dding film
Following a tonsillectomy it Se
Level Hospital. He is at home now
Miss Jacqueline Grady of Nev
Bern Is spending this week wit'
ner grandmother, Mrs. DoUe Dud
The kev. Robert Poulk filled hi
regular appointment at the mon
ing worship service at TUttle'
drove Methodist Church.
Miss Dorothy Jarman and Mi
lames Piner were married in Tu
lie's Grove Methodist Church Fr
lay evening at 7:30. The churc
vas beautifully decorated an
many of their friends were preser
for the ceremony.
We may not be the wealthies
?ounty in the state, but we can b
he cleanest. Don't throw trash ou
When it comes to driving . . .
Economy is what you save -
not what you do without
That's why Ford economy fa
true economy / The facts are
plain. With the 58 FORD:
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Every Ford car has Automatic Ride Control . . . Angle-Poised Ball-Joint Front Suspension
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(raster comfort, front seats are foam rubber padded in every Ford model at mo extra cost!
3. You donYhovt to do without livoly performance tosav* on got
The liveliest, most powerful Six you etn buy is Ford's Mileage Maker Six. It's the otilf
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