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Carteret County news-times. (Beaufort and Morehead City, N.C.) 1948-current, June 27, 1958, SECTION ONE, Page 2, Image 2

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Good News About' I ' By Harry Vnltn, 4-H Adviur |a Pictured in th> ?ccomfaqriag photo ate 4-H'ers who attended the Eastern District 4-H Demonstra tion Day rMently held In Washing ton, N. C. I with more people, both adults and 4-H'ers could have attended this event. 1 believe that they would really be surprised to see how well 4-H'ers give these "show how" demonstrations on such a wide variety of subjects. Demonstrations are an important part of 4-H training. The 4-H'er learns a lot about the subject of his demonstration, and perhaps even more important, he learns to prepare and give an interesting talk. We feel that this is an im portant supplement to the training received in school. The 4-H'ers from this county made a wonderful showing in Washington. Most were competing in district competition for the very first time, and will certainly im prove each year. While, we did not have any district winners, our 4-H'ers won several blue and red ribbons. Allen and Earl Kelly of Newport won a blue ribbon with their team demonstration on Tobacco Fertil ization. Amy Stoy of Beaufort won a blue ribbon with her demonstra tion on Roadside Vegetable Mar keting Allen and Earl Kelly and Amy Stoy were very close to be ing district winners. It is unusual to have two blue ribbon demonstra tions selected in the same field. Bay Bowlin, Harlow* communi ty, gave an electric demonstration on How to Make a Time Switch, ?nd won a red ribbon. Thia waa a very interesting demonstration. In case you don't know, a time switc h la used to turn an electric appli ance or lights on or off automati cally at any time you set. Ann Dayia of Davia and Denard Harris of Bachelor won red ribbons in the public speaking contest. They both were very good in thia field where competition is keen. Roberta West of Beaufort and Donna Bell and Lynn Wallace par ticipated in the 4-H talent contest. Roberta (Bobby) wa< a blue ribbon winner in this field. Doris Phillips represented Car teret County very well in the 4-H Dress Revue. The judges were very impressed with the workman ship in Doris' dress. Any 4-H'er planning to attend 4-H Club Week at State College, Ra leigh, should notify Mrs. Garner or me right away. The week qf July 21-26 is the time. It will be necessary for you to be in 4-H uni form during this week. 4-H camp letters will be mailed very soon. If you are going to camp this year, and I hope you are, please send in your application as quickly as possible. If you are a 4-H'er and do not get a letter, see or write me as we might not have your correct address. Atlantic Beach Truly Offers fhe Most in Summer Fun It's going to be a gala Fourth of July holiday at Atlantic Beacb next weekend. Carteret residents who would like to have some fun hefore the big holiday can see how to do ft on page 8 section 1 of today's paper. Included on that page are coupons which entitle persons to free rides and games at the beach. Churches and organizations are offered special rates for picnics at the Sound Beach pool from ? a.m. to 10 p.m. Floodlights make night swimming a new and happy pas time there. Adjoining the Sound Beach Pool, just off the Atlantic Beach cause way is the new Oceanarium where four porpoises and 20 giant sea turtles frolic. One turtle weighs 500 pounds and one of the por poises, caught just several weeks ago in Bogue Sound, is believed to t>e the largest in captivity. At the Kiddie Park, next to the Idle Hour Amusement Center, are thrilling rides, just the right size for the little ones ? airplanes, roller coaster, ferris wheel, and ?ven live ponies. At the Amusement Center there ire six dozen different ways to spend a day or night. There is cowling, billiards, dancing and fas cinating games of skill. Buddy's One-Stop Beach Shop Matures an open-air patio over ooking the ocean where the family ?an relax, sip a cool drink and snjoy the sun and cooling sea air. At Buddy'* you can pity Quito' and on the site of the Qce?n King Hotel is New Golf, a miniature golf course where Mom, Dad and the youngtters can try for a liole-in For those who would like this va cation atmosphere more than for just a week or two in the summer time, there is property for sale at Sound View Isle, property that has a boat channel on one side and street on the other. You'll have to come and see for yourself. Even Carteret residents will be amazed whan they visit At lantic Beach, see the many new buildings, businesses, homes, new streets and other developments there. Presbyterian Pastor Announces Sermon Topic The Blood of the Covenant will be the topic of the sermon by the Rev. A. G. Harris Jr., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Morehead City, at 11 a.m. Sunday. Holy Communion will be observed. At the 7:30 evening service a re corded discussion on United States economic aid to other countries will be presented. Among the speakers will be Rabbi Theodore Adams, Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, and Dr. Edwin T. Dahlberg. Men of the Church will meet at 6:30 Tuesday night with J. C. Har veil. Four-H'ers attending demon stration day at Washington, N. Cm ire shown here. The club to which they belong, follows their name. The four girls in the front row, left to right, are Doris Phil lip*, Morehead City; Betty Green Md Eddie Lynn Garner, New port; Roberta West, Beaufort. The two girla immediately back of them are Ann Davii, Smyrna, and Amy Stoy, Beaufort; in the "row" behind them are Donna Bell and Lynn Wallace, More head City; Ray Bowlin, Beau fort; Mrs. Floy Garner, girls' 4-H advisor; in the back row art Harry Venters, boys 4-H advisor, Earl Kelly, Jenny Lynn Garner, Newport, Oenard Harris, Beau fort, and AQen Kelly, Newport. Newport Boys Go To FFA Meeting Several Newport FFA chapter member* and their adviaor, C, 8. Loaf, are attending the 30th an nual Future Farmer* of America ?tate convention in Raleigh this week. The convention opened Wednes day morning with registration in Raleigh'* Memorial Auditorium and will close today at noon. More | than 1,600 delegates are attending the three-day meeting. The dele Kes, representing the state'* 23. active member* in 441 local chapters, are staying in North Carolina State College dormitories. The Newport delegation stayed in Alexander Dormitory. Newport boy* attending the convention are Ronnie Edwards, Lewis Forrest, Eric Gray, Joe Garner, and Sterl ing Mann. Speakers at the opening program on Wednesdsy included Dr. William Alexander of General Motors Corp. public relation* department, De troit, Mich.; Harold Downing, Na tional FFA president, of Nicholaa ville, Ky.; Betty Nifong of Lexing ton, state president of the Future Homemakers of America; and Clarence ChappeB Jr. el Belvidere, N. C., 1857 Star Farmer ef Amer ica. . Jimmy Sinclair, atate FFA pre*i dent, called the convention to order Wednesday afternoon. Election of new officers will come before ad-; tournmeut today. During the convention, caih prizes including aeveral scholar ships, totaling over *1(,000 were handed out to top ranking FFA members who have won major statewide, district and chapter con testa during the past year Carolina Power and Light, Duko Power and Virginia Electric gad Power gave cub prlie* Negro Woman Convicted Of Throwing Big Knife Mr*. George (Nsomi) Worthy, Ncfro, Morehegd City, wi> sen tenced ta six months in women's prison Monday by Morehead City recorder's eourt Judge Herbert Phillip*. She fli found guilty of throwing a butcher knife at Mrs Leslie Wade on Jane 12. Mn. Wade, who operates Lil lian's Beauty Shop, swore out a warrant against the woman after the knife-throwing incident. She testified in court that Naomi Wor thy threw the knife after being or dered to leave the Wade yard. Wanted Hnsband Fired Wade is tha captain of a men haden boat on which Worthy works. NammA B^e&rdmg to toit i* moajr, had waatrt Mr huabaad find togas that ^ aad had haM after Mrs. Wada to gat Wonky Mrs. Wafc said d? woaiaa had brought tha matter op several times, always trhea aha had been drinking. WfcMM* !a tha aaaa testified that Naomi Worthy had a quick temper, aiaatlally when aha lnitnr the tiwujinri One wttaeaa said, "If I had knawa aha was oaiy going ta gat six months, I never would have testified against her. I wanted hat seat up for twe days iosiger than ( live!" The Worthy taw was in coun ty eeart nrtirflj te answer to ao Mjrs. ViTT Gets h keys Herbert CalUns was tha only other defendant ta draw a ial term. He got 10 days for public dnmkenness and resisting arrest. Two defendants were fined ISO and ordered la pay easts Each WM cm vfeto* ff.HMfcu gad rack less driving. They ware Terrence P. Garnty Jr. and Terry D. Lynn. Manuel J. Williams waa fined *25 plua costs (or improper parking. Milton R. Smith drew a similar judgment (or fighting in public, public drunkenness and restating : arrest. Three defendants were taxed , court costa. They were Guy D. | Parker, running a stop sign; James Q. Hester, no lights on his car; and Dorothy Hawkins, running a red light. Cases were continued against : Harry Morris, James G. Satter- i waite, Andrew Midgett and Hay wood Snell. Negro Newt The Gospel Choir of St. James AME Zion Church of 8outhport will present ? program at St. Stephen's AME Zion Church Suaday after noon at 2:30. The public is cordial ly invited. The Rev. W A. Stincil of Bal timore, Md., will begin a series of meetings Monday night at S at St. Stephen's AME Zion Church. The meetings will continue each night at 8 through Friday, announces the pastor, the Rev. 0. R. Ellis. Demand Up San Diego, Calif. (AP) - Post Sputnik note: To meet the demand [or Russian language courses the city schools department added a second class in the language at the evening adult center. OUR OIL WOMY CLOG VtDUR PUKW I NOP DOES" IT HEAT M ni$ amd suer? CP&l Pays Taxes In Carteret Today Towns and counties in Carolina Power k Light Company's North Carolina service area received check* totaling $1,189,599.47 this week. The checks represent the company's prepayment of property and real estate tax accounts for 1958. To be paid to Carteret County to day will be $15,092; to Morehead City $6,805.12. to Beaufort $2,936.88, to Newport $96, and to Atlantic Beach $245. The company's total tax expense ? local, state and federal levies of all kinds ? is expected to reach $17,000,000 this year. CP&L makes the property tax payments early to take advantage of discount periods. Forty Tar Heel counties and 96 towns are getting checks this week. Seventeen more counties and 80 more towns will get payments totaling $685,000 later this year before their discount periods end. The company's $1,885,000 proper ty tax .payment* in North Carolina are more than $70,000 above the 1957 figure. The increase reflects addition of facilitis* throughout the company's service area, as well as changing tax rates in the towns and counties served. Duroc Hog Growers Meet At Garner Farm, Newport The Duroc Hog Association met yesterday at Dick Garner's farm, Newport. Approximately 50 per sons attended. Present were Jack Kelly, exten sion swine specialist, and Dr. El liott Barrick, of the animal hus bandry department, State College, Raleigh. A swine judging contest was held. Judges were divided into three sections, women, men and youngsters. Case Settled In the case, James R. Sullivan Jr., by his next friend, J. R. San ders vs. Tom Russell Goins, a compromise was reached in su perior court last week. The court approved a settlement of $700 to be paid the plaintiff. Of that amount, $233.33 is to go to Harvey Hamilton Jr., attorney for the plaintiff. New Tug launched Carteret Towing Co. launched this tug, the Charlie, Wednesday afternoon. The tug waa launched a? toon as the hull was complet ed. The boat will be finished as she sits in the water. Mrs. Charlie Piner, wife of Captain Charlie Piner, after whom the tug is named, christen ed the boat as It ilid down the ways. The launching took place to the channel just south of the Beaulort-Uorehead cauaeway. The Charlie will be a "aister ship" to the tug, Manie. Super vising the building of the tug, which will ply Morehead City harbor, is Elmo Wade. Linda Salter Wins Case As Attorney General' Linda Salter, Beaufort, new Girla State attorney general, won her first caae during Girls State at Greensboro last week. The high light for Linda's entire week at Greensboro was a mock trial in which she prosecuted a case against a bakery, burlesque show and newspaper. One of the girls in the burlesque show signed a statement that she kept her beautiful figure by eating the bakery's bread. When the paper ran the statement, they used another girl's picture by mistake. The girl in the picture sued for damages, saying it hurt her repu tation to have her picture in a bur leaque ad. Linda collected S6.S00 for the injured party. Linda was elected attorney gen eral of girls state after a spirited campaign Thursday. She did not use posters or other gimmicks, she reported. "1 based my entire cam paign on public speaking," Linda declared. Linda went to Greensboro with Anne Taylor, also of Beaufort, and Morehead City delegates Jenny Lou Smithwick and Joyce Styron. The girls arrived on Sunday and had a lecture on parliamentary procedure Sunday night. The re mainder of the week was a maze of activities for the girls. There were countless lectures, business ses sions, executive sessions and legis lative sessions. Linda, a rising senior at Beaufort High School, says she plans to go to college and take up law or lan guages. Don't throw trash out car win dows. Linda Salter . . . attended Girls State Earl Sutton Fined For Whiskey Possession Marshall Ayscue, county ABC of ficer, arrested Earl Sutton at Kuhns at 1:30 Wednesday after noon. Sutton, charged with pos sessing a small amount of illegal whiskey, paid $10 and costs in county recorder's court, Beaufort, yesterday. "? ? Sutton was fouwl, with the whis key, at a wrecked car back of Sugg's piccolo place, near the Stel la postoffice. Bookmobile Will i Travel Monday Mix Dorothy Avery, director of the county library, has released the bookmobile route for Monday. It appears below. The bookmobile will not operate Tuesday. Miss Avery announces that be ginning July 1, the library, at Broad and Pollock Streets, Beau fort, will be open continuously fiom 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 2 to 4 p.m. Satur day. 1 The library during the winter was closed over the lunch hour. On July Fourth the library will be closed. Monday's bookmobile route: 9:15 9:55? Harlowe, Mrs. E. R. Bowlin; 10:05-10:45? Harlowe, Mrs. John Ives; 10:55-11:40? Mill Creek, Mrs. J. C. Skinner; 12:40-1:25 ? route 2 Newport, Mrs. Madge Rey nolds. I 1:30-1:40? Mrs. M. L. Simmons; 1:45-1:55? Masontown, Mrs. Pearl Simmons; 2:00-2:10 ? Masontown, Mrs. Mayola Piner; 2:15-2:25 ? Ma sontown. Mrs. Harold Simmons. 2:30-2:40 ? Mrs. Janie Garner; 2:45-3:15 ? Nine Foot Road, Mrs. Alice Simmons; 3:20-3:50 ? Nine Foot Road, Mrs. Daisy Cannon. 4-H Advisor Lists Health Winners Doris Phillips, Morehead City, has been named senior 4-H health queen and Emma Jean Lawrenee, Smyrna intermediate 4-H Club member, has been named junior health queen. (See picture of Doris Phillips, page 4, section 2). ?{ , Announcement of the winners in the health projects was made this week by Mrs. Floy Garner, girls 4-H advisor. Placing second in the senior division was Serina Davis, Smyrna. Placing third was Bar bara Hill, Beaufort. The following received honorable mention: Harkers Island ? Betty Emory, j , Lilly Piner, Eileen Hose. Smyrna ? Judy Ann Hill, Sherry Gillikin. Janet Noe, Ann Baum, Agatha Lawrence, Elizabeth Pigott. Camp Glenn ? Linda Sue Smith, Phyllis McCabe, Lutie McClain, Ginny Crowe. Beaufort Intermediate ? Carolyn Rhue. One hundred seventy-nine girls were in competition. Specialist to Vteit R. R. Rich, extension field spe cialist, Raleigh, will visit dairj*-> men in the county today, an nounces R. M. Williams, county farm agent. Your Savings at Cooperative ? EARNS DIVIDENDS AT 314% PER ANNUM ? ARE AVAILABLE ON DEMAND ? ARE INSURED UP TO $10,000.00 DURING OUR GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION GIFTS TO OUR INITIAL DEPOSITORS HOUSE OF MONEY Com hi tad refiiter yamr (mm u to haw mark momey thJi (lan baue coo t? Int. No obUfatioo. Clooemt (Kurn wta entire con lMt> Uf UU- Yon do sot kin to to presort to wta. Ia event o f ? ?? MSMtl WM dtoMed. For Script* *r Watermaa Ball Point Pea for each Savings Deposit of t?.M to $15* 00. Om pea per account. Set of ? 8te?k Knlve* with deposit 9l USt.M or more, Joe M to Jul J It. One let only to u account. Souvenirs For Everyone COOPERATIVE SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION MOREHEAD CITY. NORTH CAROLINA WILMINGTON JACKSONVILLE WALLACE 7 Open 9 to ^ Wook Day* 9 to 12 Saturdays WHERE THOUSANDS ARE SAVING MILLIONS

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