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Morehead City Social News
Mill Ellen Bordeau. Society Editor Pbo* M17!
Mrs. Joe Dougherty arrived
Tuesday from WalUmor*, Hd., to
visit h' r parents, Mr. and ||rs.
Lquis Norris, She will return borne
today with her sen, Richard, whp
has been at Camp Morehead for
Judge Carr and his family ar
rived Wednesday from Durham to
spend several weeks at their cot
tage on Sun?t Drive.
iMss Jo Ann lluniecker of Troy
is spending same time with her sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Rill White, and children, Susie
Miss Wynona Blanchard and her
guests, Mr. and Mrs Bradley Pen
nell and Mr. Lee Northcutt, all of
Kplcigh, spent the weekend with
Wynona's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Blanchard.
Mrs. Thomas Noe and daughter,
Melanie, visited her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Jerry
Tenney, in Charlotte last week.
The Tenneys welcomed a son,
Ward Browning, June 17. Mr. Noe
went to Charlotte for his family
and they visited Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Tenney Jr. in Columbia, S. C.,
before returning home.
Mr. Milton Roush is a patient at
Morehead City Hospital.
Mrs. Charles E. Clontz and chil
dren returnod to their home in
WiyneaviUe Sunday, after a visit
hare. Mrs. Clonti is the former
Dora Mae St it on.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Orimm
and children of Natural Bridge,
Va.. are visiting friends and rela
Mrs. Frank Staton of this city
and Mr. Wvon Lewis and Mrs. L.
C. Davis of Beaufort attended the
Methodist conference in Wilson
Wednesday. Mrs. Staton's son, the
Rev. Jesse C. Staton of Aurora,
Mr. and Mrs J. McSherry Wells
and three children of Raleigh will
arrive today to spend the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. George H. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oglesby
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Smith and family will
spend next week at their cottage
on the beach.
? Miss Jemma Seitter is spending
this week in Raleigh with her aunt,
Mrs. Jerry Nelson. She will return
$gt. and Mrs. James Jordan
have gone to Jackson, Miss., where
Sergeant Jordan Is stationed with
the Marine Corps. Mrs. Jordan is
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Mrs. D. G. Bell and her ion, 0.
G., hive moved to their home on
Sunset Drive (or the summer.
Mr. aad Mr?. 0. Cordova in
touring th# loutliwfiUPR ststos vii'
iting friends and relatives They
expect la ho gone sU walks
The Miaaoa Sandra Smith, Gloria
Jean Nelson and Carolyn Meiggs
are attending Pioneer Camp at
Lake Singletary this week.
Mr. and Mra. Gene M Smith and
son. Mickey, wiU arrlv* today from
Atlanta. Oa.t to spend two weeks
with his parents, Mr. and -Mra.
James M. Smith.
Miss gelda Westbrook of Have
lock la spending this week with
Miaa Sue Bordeaux.
Jimmy Guthrie, USCG, returned
to Alexandria, Va., Monday after
a visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. U Murphy.
Mrs. Polly Davis has returned
home from Free port , Long Island,
N. Y , after spending two weeks
with her daughter, Mra. John N
Hoy Jr. and family.
S/Sgt. and Mrs. W. R. Sammons
and children have gone to Savan
nah. Ga., where he will be station
ed at Hunter Air Force Base. The
Sammons' have recently returned
from Okinawa and have been visit
ing relatives here and in Beaufort.
Mr. Wilson Gaddy of Wagram is
visiting his sister and brother-in
law. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith
wick, and family.
Two Hostesses Entertain
In Honor of Miss Roberts
Mrs. Harry Rivers and Miss El- j
Ion Bordeaux entertained at a card |
party Wednesday evening in honor
of Miss Beth Roberts, bride-elect
of July 5. The party was held at
the home of Mrs. Rivers' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Piner.
Gladiolas and gardenias were
used in arrangements around the
High score was won by Miss
Roberts. The hostesses presented
her a cup and saucer in her china.
Mrs. Dougherty Honored
By Mrs. Jerry Norris
Mrs. Jerry Norris entertained at
a bridge party Wednesday in honor
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joe
Dougherty of Baltimore. Md., who
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Norris.
Mrs. Dougherty received a gladi
ola corsage and the other guests
received miniature corsages. Vari
ous colored gladiolas were used
Mrs. Bill Pickard wn high score
and the floating prize. Mrs. David
Willis won low.
The hostess served ambrosia re
frigerator cake with ginger ale and
rainta. Colai and nuts were served
Recent Bride Honored
At Shower Last Week
Mrs. Floyd McChlng of Washing
ton, D. C., the former Doris Mc
Queen, was honored at a bridal
shower Ust Saturday afternoon at
the Rex Restaurant.
Sixteen guests attended. Refresh
ments of fruit punch, cake, chicken
?al?d sandwiches and nuts were
served. The honoree was showered
with lovely gifts.
Methodist Clou Enjoys
Picnic Dinner Sunday
Mr. and Mri. Milton Roush.
Galea Creak, entertained the Wes
ley Headen Q ass of the First Meth
odist Church at a picnic dinner at
their home Suqday. Mr. Roush i>
teacher of the clati.
Six etaee members enjoyed a de
licious lunch prepared by Mrs.
R*?ah- They returned home late
in the afternoon.
I Still-Lewis Vows Spoken
Mrs. James Elliott Still
I In a double ring ceremony Sat
urday afternoon at three-thirty in
th? Pir?t Presbyterian Church Miss
Anne Thomas Lewis of this city
became the bride of Lt. James El
liott Still, USAF, of Greenwood,
The Rev. Walter Pond of Charles
ton, S. C., and the Rev. Albert G.
Harris Jr., pastor of the church,
officiated. Five seven - branched
canelabra and four baskets of
white gladiolas and greenery were
used to decorate the church. Fam
ily pews were marked with white
Mrs. TTieodore Phillips, organ
ist, and Mrs. Ralph Wade, solo
ist, provided a program of wedding
music prior to the ceremony. Mrs.
Wade sang Because, All for You,
and a Wedding Prayer. ??
The bride was given in marrUfce'
by her father. She wore a floor
length gown of re-embroidered
alencon lace fashioned with a
moulded bodice with scalloped sa
brina neckline and long sleeves
tapering to points over the hands.
The voluminous skirt featured an
inset panel of scalloped lace ruf
fles at the back. Three rows of
ruffles at the skirt bottom formed
a chapel train.
Her veil of trench illusion was
attached to a tiara of illusion with
points of white satin edged with
seed pearls. She carried a satin
covered Bible topped with a white
orchid and showered with satin
streamers and lilies of the valley.'
Mrs. Worthy W. McKinney of
Beckley, W. Va., sister of the bride,
was matron of honor. She wore a
white taffeta dress with a floral de
sign of pink and blue, featuring i
harem skirt and a blue inset at thi
waist ending in a butterfly bow i|
She wore a pink picture hat and
p|nk shoes and carried a nosegaj
of pink and white carnations.
Mr. J. D. Fleming Jr. of College
Park, Ga., was best man for th<
bridegroom. Ushers were Mr. Jack
Satterfield of Roxboro and Mr. Ed
ward Painter of Mt. Holly.
For her daughter's wedding Mrs.
Lewis chose a navy sheath dress
with white accessories and an or
chid corsage. Mrs. Still, mother
ol the bridegroom, wore a blue
gray lace dress with white acces
sories and an orchid corsage.
A reception was held in the Sea
Level Boom at the Morehead Bilt
more Hntel immediately following
the ceremony. Mrs. William G.
Guthrie of Morehead City greeted
the guests and introduced them to
the receiving line, composed of the
wedding party and the parents of
the bridal couple.
The Misses Jessie Mae and Ada
Laurie Murdoch of Wildwood pre
sided at the bride's book. Mrs.
Jesse E. Lewis of Morehead City
served the cake and Mrs. Elwood
R. Lewis of Newport poured the
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Lewis. She is a
graduate of Morehead City High
School and attended Aims Scott
College, Decatur, Ga. She was
chosen llisa Morehead City and
Miss Centennial in 1>57.
Lieutenant Still la the ton of Mr.
and Mrs. Conway L. Still of Green
wood, S. C. He graduated from
high school in Cheater, S. C., and
attended Georgia Tech before en
tering the Air Force.
1 The couple left for a wedding
. trip to Sea Island, Ga. Tbey will
1 make their home in Paria, France,
1 where the bridegroom is stationed.
> Birthday Dinner Given
Miss Mary Lou Norwood oh
i served her birthday Saturday eve
ning with a dinner party at her
> home. Guests were Miss Shirley
Guenther and Miss Manaiwt Da
vis of Chapel Hill. Dr. aad Mrs.
1 Charles Macy and Miss Cafolyn
? Laine of Morehead City.
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Miss Priscilla Ebron, Sgt. Day
Marry in Double Ring Ctremony
In a candlelight double ring cere
mony Monday evening at eight
o'clock in the Parkview Baptist
Church. Misa PriacUla W y o n a
Ebron became the bride of Sgt
Odai E. Day Jr., U8MC, of Cherry
The Rev. W P. Huff, pastor at
the church, officiated. Two floor
baiketa of white gladlolas and
S reentry and two candelabra hold
ig lighted tapers were' used for
decoration in the church. The arch
way was entwined with white flow
ers and greenery and candles were
placed throughout the church.
Mrs. George Mizesko. organist,
and Miss Bernice Willis, soloist,
presented a program of nuptial
music prior to the ceremony. Miss
Willis sang Because, Entreat Me
Not to Leave Thee and The Lord's
The bride was given In marriage
by her uncle, Mr. M. A. Ebron.
She wore a street length dress of
baby blue batiste fashioned with
an embroidered bodice, featuring
a sweetheart neckline and cap
sleeves, and a full gathered skirt
with matching belt.
She wore a white clip hat with
nose veil and carried a white
prayer book topped with a white
purple-throated orchid showered
with white satin streamers.
Miss Judy Lewis was maid of
honor and the bride's only attend
ant. She wore a pink street length
cotton dress fashioned with a
fitted bodice with V neckline and
short sleeves and a full skirt.
She wore white accessaries and
carried a ballerina bouquet of
white carnations tied with blue rib
Sgt. Dearl Glenn of Cherry Point
was best man for the bridegroom.
Mr. Monroe Garner of Newport and
Mr. Ernest L. Whorton of More
head City were ushers.
Mrs. M. A. Ebron, aunt of the
bride, wore a blue lace dress with
white accessories and a corsage of
Saturday Luncheon Given
Wedding Party, Guests
A luncheon was held at the More
head Biltmore Hotel Saturday at 1
p.m. for members of the Still-Lewis
wedding party and out of town
guests. Mrs. W. W. McKinney, sis
ter of the bride-elect, was hostess.
Attending were Dr. and Mrs. Mc
Kinney and children, Lyn and Da
vid Scott, of Beckley, W. Va., Mr.
and Mrs. Conway L. Still, Mr. Con
way Still Jr., Mr. Robert Still, all
of Greenwood, S. C.
Mrs. Oliver Ghant, Mrs. Ida Har
per, both of Charlotte. Mjf Ed
ward Painter of Mt. HdJty, Mr.
Jack Satterfield of Roxboro, the
Rev. and Mrs. Walter Pond of
Charleston, S. C? and Mr. J. D.
Fleming Jr., of College Park, Ga. ]
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lag ill* eeremuny Quests imi
greeted by Mr*. L*wl*.
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wri. nfnvM i?. wwrHM pwnm
?I tk* bride's book. Puaek ?u
pound by Mr*. Stanley QiUlkia.
cousin of Ik* krid*. tnd cik* wu
served by Mr*. Monroe Cwwr,
cousin of Ik* bride
The bride'* table wu covered
with * white clotk and wu dec
orated with (em and gladioia*. The
gifts were arranged on a table con
ter*d with a miniature bride doll.
The couple left on a wedding trip
to Tenneaaee and Ohio.
The bride ia the niece of Mr. and
Mra. M. A. Ebron. She i* a grad
uate of Morehead City High School
tnd ia employed al Belk's Depart
ment Store. The bridegroom, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Odes E. Day Sr.
of Cincinnati, Ohio, attended school
in Ohio and is stationed at Cherry
Point with the Marine Corps.
Goldsboro Canasta Club
M??ti Her? Wednesday
The Wednesday Mexican Canasta
Club of Goldsboro were guests of
Mrs. Robert Johnson of Goldsboro
at her summer home at Ho Ho Vil
lage Wednesday for lunch.
Following lunch, the members
went to the home of Mrs. Ira Long,
a former club member, for dessert
and cards. Mrs. Long served pine
apple punch and mints during play
and dewberry pie with ice cream
Mrs. Ruth Meacham won high
score, Mrs. William Britt was sec
ond high and Mrs. J. D. Pilse was
Attending, in addition to the prize
winners, were Mrs. T. B. Dameron,
Mrs. Ralph Bolster, Mrs. J. V.
Riley, Mrs. John Thompson and
Mrs. Sam Edgerton.
Two Hostesses Entertain
At Party Friday Evening
Mrs. Elwood Lewis and Mrs.
Jesse Lewis entertained at a party
Friday evening following rehearsal
of the Still-Lewis wedding at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G.
Willis, 3213 Arendell St.
Punch, nuts, mints and block
cake were served from a table cov
ered with a white linen cutworlc
cloth and centered with an ar
rangement of white gladiolas and
candelabra holding white candles.
Coffee was served from a marble
The Misses Jessie Mae and Ada
Laurie Murdoch, cousins of the
bride, assisted in serving punch
and coffee. Guests were greeted
by Mrs. Elwood Lewis and good
byes were said to Mra. Jesse
BLUE RIBBON CLUB
Dine and Dance Nightly
S P.M. to 12 Week Days ? 12 Noon to Midalght Sunday!
PICNIC LUNCHES ARRANGED
S P.M. TO MIDNIGHT
H Fried Chicken, French Fried Potatoes Salad,
Hot Rolls, Batter
Sandwich** W All KMi
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
Ml aa Barbara Fay* Blanchard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Blanchard at thia city, who announce her engagement to Wil
liam Donald ion Campbell, ion of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell of
Charlotta. The wedding will take place Saturday, July 26, at 2
o'clock in the Firat Baptist Church.
Christian Woman Plan
The First Christian Church will
hold installation services Sunday
morning at XI for the newly-elect
ed officers of the Christian Wo
The pastor, the Rev. J. W. Funk,
Shifting the Blame
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urges all members of the fellow
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will be welcome.
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