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Beaufort Social Nfews
Mix Ellen Krkui, Society Editor PI m PA M1TI
Mrs Ray Ward and Mrs. Dewey
Berry and their children have re
turned to their homes in Eliza
beth City after visiting their sister,
Mrs. W. G. Cuthreli. and family.
The Cuthrells also had as their
guests last week Mrs. Baxter Gray
Mrs. Ted Spivey Jr. underwent
an operation at Baptist Hospital,
New Bern, yesterday.
Dr. David Farrior attended a
meeting of the Coastal Optometric
Society In New Bern Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas llure and
his mother, Mrs. N. F. Eure, at
tended homecoming at Salem Meth
odist Church, Goldsboro. Sunday.
Mrs. Eure's son-in-law, the Rev.
Robert Poulk, is pastor of the
Mrs. Robert W. Safrit Jr. spent
Friday with relatives in Faison.
Mrs. Gehrmann Holland returned
home Thursday from Clinton,
where she visited Mrs. Lucy Cash
Edfred Gasklll and Curtis Wayne
Lewis of Stacy spent the weekend
at borne from Louisburg College,
where they are freshmen.
Lockwood Bryan Phillips return
ed home from the Morehead City
Hospital yesterday. He suffered a
concussion Saturday night in a fall
from his bicycle at Ann and Bel
Miss Jean Chadwick and M.ss
Bobbi Dennis spent the weekenj in
Chapel Hill. They attended the
Carolina-State game Saturday.
Mrs. Carl Smith is ill at her
home on Gordon Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Finch and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis of South
port, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roberts and
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roberts of Ori
ental were here last week to at
tend the funeral of their mother,
Mrs. Alice Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver King of Wil
son spent the weekend with their
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert King.
Mr. Wiley Lewis has returned to
Port Monmouth, N. J., after spend
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ing the weekend here with his fam
Mrs. Pat Mason is confined to
her home on Ann Street due to ill
Mrs. Willie Guthrie is improving
after a Tall In Which she sustained
a broken wrist.
Mrs. Jennie Slmpkins of New
Bern is visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Doll Dunn.
Mr. Kenneth Willis was home
this weekend from Port Monmouth,
N. J., where he is working.
Mrs. J. G Walters and daughter.
Frances, of LaGrange spent the
weekend with her sister, Mrs. L.
Mr. Cecil Dudley of Port Mon
mouth, N. J., spent the weekend
at home with his family.
Mrs. I. N. Moore spent the week
end in Fayetteville with her daugh
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lionel Pelletier of Stella is
visiting Mr. and. Mrs. D. F. Mer
rill and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thomas.
Carteret County Democratic
Women who attended the rally at
Raleigh Saturday were Mrs. C. G.
Holland, Mrs. D. F. Merrill, Beau
fort; Mrs. Clayton Fulcher Sr. and
Mrs. Clayton Fulcher Jr., Atlantic.
Mrs. Paul KoOnce, Bogue, will
spend this weekend with friends in
Mr. Wallace Garner Jr. went to
Storrs, Conn., Sunday to get his
wife and two daughters who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Dr. and Mrs. John Way and sons
attended the State-Carolina game
Mr. Leo Whitley of ltobucken,
Mr. Paul C. Whitley and Mr. Der
wood G arris of Grifton visited Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Whitley Tuesday.
Mrs. James Dickinson and fam
ily of Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Dickinson on Thursday.
Mr. Charles M. Whitley. Wash
ington, D. C., spent the weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
lljl. Wfiltley. His mother accom
Vametffclm homo to take care of
The ctffldren while Mrs. Whitley Is
in the hospital.
Mrs. Stella Lane has moved to
Mrs. Jim Dickinson entertained,
Mrs M. R. Whitley on her birth
day Sept. IS, with a supper.
WSCS Seminary Attended
By Eight Local Members
Members of the WSCS of Ann
Street Methodist Church attended
the district educational seminar
at Centenary Methodist Church laat
They were Mrs. E. H. Potter,
Mrs. John Ctine, Mrs. Jethro Quid
Icy, Mrs. Elmore Davis, Mrs. Jo
seph Windley, Mrs. George Hant
ley II, Mrs. I. N. Moore and Mrs.
The meditation was given by
Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Moore dedi
cated the offering. The conference
secretary of Missionary Educa
tion, Mrs. Sam Dunn, gate a study
of the book of Isaiah.
The group divided into four das-1
ses and had study instructions
given by Mrs. J. L. Smith of
Bachelor, Mrs. C. V. Taylor of
Havelock, Mrs. John Steinert of'
Kinston, Mrs. John F. Woo ten of
Kinston, Mrs. Walton N. Bate of
New Bern, Mrs. Marvin T. Vick
of Kinston and Mrs. Eu(ene
Koonee of New Bern.
Luncheon was served to ISO wo
Time: 140 P.M.
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Bogiiu OctoW 3H
Pddty AfterbM* -> 4 P.M.
The Rev. and Mrs. James
Doyne Young of Oxford announce
the engagement of their daugh
ter, Edna Frances, to Mr. Ray
Dudley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil H. Dudley of Bowmanville,
Ontario, Canada. A December
wedding will thke place in Ox
Miss Young is a teacher in the
Danville, Va. city schools. Mr.
Dudley is teaching piano at the
University of Indiana, Blooming
ton, Ind. He is a Columbia Con
cert artist pianist and will give
a concert in Carnegie Hall Oct 8.
The father of the bride-elect
is a former pastor of Ann Street
Miss Anne Clyde Peterson, Cpl.
Calvin McCauslin Wed Saturday
Miss Anne Clyde Peterson,
daughter o ( Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Peterson of Beaufort and Cpl. Cal
vin McCauslin. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ergie McCausKn of Mechanics
burg, Pa., were married in a can
dlelight ceremony at 7:30 Satur
day night In the Free Will Baptist
The 'bride's pastor, the Rev; W.
A. Hales, officiated at the double
ring ceremony. The church was
decorated with ivy, tall baskets of
gladiolas, and two seven-branched
Mr. Kenneth Wctherington, or
ganist, presented a program of
wedding music and Mr. Guy Smith
Jr. sang Because and the Lord's
Prayer as a benediction.
The bride, given in marriage by
her brother-in-law, Mr. Warren
Grant, wore a balerina length
gown of white lace and nylon over
taffeta. It was fashioned with a
hoop skirt and long pointed
sleeves. Her nylon veil fell to fin
ger-Up length from a lace and
pearl headbdhd. She carried a
prayer book topped with white car
Three Hostesses Honor
Recent Bride Thursday
Mrs. Norwood Young. Mrs.
Street Wethertngton and Mrs.
David Hill were hostesses at a tea
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Young. The tea was given
in honor of Mrs. Carl Gerald
SWitOi, a recent bride. She is the
farmer Ann Felton Hill.
Yellow candles and flowers were
used in the dining room and ar
rangements of mixed fall flowers
were used ia the living room.
The honoree received a corsage
of white carnations and her mo
ther, Mrs. Gerald Hill, received
? corsage of yellow carnations.
Mrs. Hngh Hill presided at the
punch howl and Mrs. Richard
Smith served cake. Sandwiches,
nuts aftd mints Were also served.
Mr*. Dave Hill, the honoree and
her mother greeted the guests.
Goodbyes were said to Mrs. Young.
Game Played Friday
The monthly master-point dupli
cate bridge tdurnament was held
Friday night at the Inlet Inn.
North-south winners were Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Duffy of New
Bern; second. Leon Powell, Have
lock, and Mr. A1 Dewey; third,
Mrs. Floyd Chadwitfk and Mr. Dor
East-west winners were S. K.
Hedgecock and Jack Wind ley; sec
ond, Capt. and Mrs. C. B. McFar
lmd df Ctertry Point; third Mr
and Mrs. B. O. Ketaer.
E. W. Downum Co.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Warren I
Grant, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Eloise Dudley
and Betty Whitehurst Honorary I
bridesmaids were the Misses Lou
Dudley, Agatha Gillikin and Pau
Pfe. R. F. Gillikin'served as best
man. Ushers were Mr. Arthur
Brockup and Mr. Carl E. Sterns.
Mrs. Peterson, the bride's mo
ther, wore a beige wool dress with
yellow accessories. The bride
groom's sister, Mrs. Gordon Bo
wen, New Cumberland, Pa , wore
navy with white flowers.
After the wedding, the couple
left on a wedding trip.
MRS. SHEPPARD WILLIS SR.
The funeral service for Mrs.
Sheppard Willis Sr., 84, Crab Point,
was conducted at 3 p.m. Saturday
at the Dill Funeral Chapel, More
head City. Burial was in Bay View
Cemetery. Mrs. Willis died Thurs
day in the Morehead City Hospital.
Officiating at the funeral service
were the Rev, J. M. Russell, pas
tor of Graham's Chapel, Pentecos
tal Holiness Church, Newport, and
the Rev. J. Paul Jones, pastor of
the Glad Tidings Tabernacle, Pen
tecostal Holiness Church, More
Mrs. Willis is survived by three
sons, Grady, Sheppard Jr., and
William; four daughters, Mrs. El
mer Dozier, Mrs. Ed Guthrie, Mrs.'
Carlton Pittman and Mrs. Ernest
Guthrie; and a brother, Denny
Moss, all of Moreheid City; 26
grandchildren and 38 great grand
The funeral service for Ralph
Morris, 76, Atlantic, *h conducted
at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in the
First Baptist Church, Atlantic. Mr.
Morris died suddenly of a heart at
tack Thorsday afternoon while he
was being taken to the Sea Level
Officiating at the funeral service
were the Rev. Philip Quidley, pas
tor of the First Baptist Church, as
sisted by the Rev. David Lewis,
pastor of the Atlantic Methodist
Church. Burial was in the com
munity cemetery, Atlantic.
Mr. Morris retired July 1. Ha
was bridge tender at the *a?
bridge across the Thoroughfare be
tween Cedar Island and Atlantic.
Survivors are hit wife, Mrs. Am
nie Simpson Morris; ? daughter,
Mrs. Vincent Donofrio, Toleda,
O.; two sisters, Mils Bethel M?r
ris, Atlantic, Mrs. Clarencc Davis,
Beaufort; two brothers, Ernest aid
Guy, Atlantic, and icmr grandchl
Bert Pittman, 70 route 1 More
head City, died Fri ay mornisg at
the Sea Level Hosp tal
The funeral servii e was conduct
ed at t p.m. S?tnr4 y In the FaA
free WU1 Baptist Aurch, More
bead City. The 1 lev Noah Brow*,
pastor, officiated. lurial was Ik
Gale's Creek eomm nlty cemdtety.
Mr. Pittman is t rvived by tw?
ra(Mers, Mrs. R?y Searay aal
1 Morehead Ctiy; sit sons, Carltwi,]
Lonnie, Jimmy, Tllman, lurlou
both of todtol
Mr. ind Mrs. Matthew T. Owens
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Ray M. WUlis
September twenty seventh
at thres o'clock
Ann Street Methodist Church
Beaufort, North Carolina
Friends of the couple are cor
Mrs. Al Dewey Entertains
At Bridge Luncheon
Mrs. Al Dewey entertained at a
luncheon for thirty guests Wednes
day at the Inlet Inn. Mrs. N. W.
(Ma) Taylor was a special guest.
Seven tables of bridge were in
play. First prize was won by Mrs.
Drew Martin and Mrs. Henry
Moore, second by Mrs. William
Blair and Mrs. James Crowe. Door
prizes were also awarded.
Mixed fall flowers were used in
decoration on each table.
Miss Duncan is Hostess
To Thursday Bridge Club
Miss Lena Duncan was hostess
to her bridge club Thursday eve
ning at her home. Mrs. H. W. Sa
frit Jr. and Mrs. Tom Potter were
I Mrs. Safrit won high score prize,
measuring cups, and Mrs. N. F.
Eure won low, a pair of vases.
The hostess served cocoanut pie
and coffee for dessert and soft
drinks and candy during progres
sions. She used arrangements of
mixed flowers for decoration.
Miss Lessie Arrington will en
tertain the club in two weeks.
The North Carolina Travel Bu
reau has compiled the answers to
some of the frequently-asked ques
tions about North Carolina, Tliey
Q. How did North Carolina's
Sapphire Country get Its name?
A. It is so called because of the
geinstones found in the area, and
becaues of blue sky and blue wa
Q. What is the largest Indian
lteservation east of the Mississip
A. The Qualla Boundary, in the
Great Smoky Mountains of North
Carolina. It covers 50,000 acres and
is the home of the Eastern Band
of the Cherokee Indians.
Q. What is the value ?( the tra
vel iadastry to North Carolina?
A. Over $300,000,000 a year, by
Federal Reserve Bank estimates.
Q. How many people visit North
Carolina's Variety Vacationland
A. Over 10,000,000? many spend
ing extended vacations in the
mountain, coast and mid-State re
sorts, and many others stopping
briefly enroute north or sooth.
Q. Is It necessary for me to ob
tain ? peiuilt for camping in the
Groat Smoky Mountains National
A. No permit is necessary if you
stop at one of the developed camp
grounds (in the North Carolina
section of the Park they are beep
Creek, Smokeraont and Balsam
Mountain). A permit is required
for camping in other sections of
the Park, and can be obtained
from park headquarters or from
Q. Which State has the largest
state-maiataiaed highway system?
A. North Carolina, with over 70,
000 miles of State-maintained high
ways ? enough, if laid end to end,
to much more than girdle the
Earth at the equator.
Q. What is the highest incorpo
rated low* In Eastern America?
ft. Highlands, North Carolina.
Elevation is 3,835 feet.
and George, all of Morehead City;
two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Gaskill,
Stacy, Mrs. Beulah Longmire,
Morehead City; four brothers, Jim
my, Salter Path, John and Alex,
Morehead City; Murphy, Stacy; 16
grandchildren and two great
W. BOSWORTH NEWSOM
The fhneral service for W. Bos
worth Newsom, 63, Barkers Island,
will be conducted Thursday at
Paterson, N. J. Mr. Newsom died
Friday afternoon within two hotrrs
after being admitted to (he More
head City Hospital. Burial will be
at Oadar Lawn Cemetery, Pater
_U> A. 1 i Mil I. 1
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Mr. Newsom ts survived by a
son, Ov, HarMrsMand; two
maker, tin Animas, Colo., Mrs.
KMrito Newton se, Florham Part,
N. J., and six grandcMMrtn
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Cemetery's New Fence
Fuoiu oy V. C. ^aiUburjr
A new fence now surrounds |
Bay View Cemetery, Morehcad
City. Cost of the fence was borne
by a native citizen of Morehead
City who has made many con
tributions to the town. He re
quested, however, that his name
not be used in connection with
The first use of the ground lhat
later became Bay View Ceme
tery after the opening of More
head City in 1858, was for an
army camp following the coming
of Union forces to make the as
sault on Fort Macon in April
The town had reached a popu
lation of nearly 300 by 1870 and
demand increased for a suitable
burial place. An entire square
was bought from the Shepard
Point Land Company, which is
the present old section of the
cemetery west of 20th Street.
The first burial there was that
of Jasper Phillips Sept. 29, 1873.
Previous to establishing a ceme- |
tery in the town, burials were |
made in the Old Town Grave* j
yard in Beaufort. Some were .-j
made in the Pigott plat on Crab
In 1905 the property east of
20th Street was acquired and
later added to on the smith. A
new cemetery of some 50 acres, '
outside the town limits, is in the
process of being landscaped and
That License Renewal Date
Has Habit of Sneaking Up
Raleigh - "Renewal time ??r |
drivers license seems to have ,
way of slipping up unnoticed, as
??lstant motor vehicles commission
er J^e W Garrett declared today.
prompted by a general decline
in the normal volume of renewal
njplkations, the vehicle. execu
te reminded Tar Heel drivers
their license is required by law to
be renewed every fourth year.
"Based on the total number of
drivers, this means normally we
should expect about 40.000 renew,
als per month," Garret stated.
"However, in recent weeks we vc
noticed a gradual but "ns'?ll'nt
falling off." To avoid embarrass
ment and possible txpense he e.
tioned drivers to inspect their li
Garrett pointed out the vehicles
agency maintains an examiner at
207 locations throughout the stakv
Applicants, he said, may P*0? ?r
write for an appointment when reA
newal time approaches. The
fora private operator'. license re
newal Is Vsoand a chauffeur',
license, which must be renewed
annually, is >2.00.
Japanese Art 1
jrs ssiss- ?ss
art are strictly out as far a.
erowing body of European con
noisseurs is concerned. For them,
jTpancse art is the thing nowa
dTwo major exhibition, opened
recently in Paris and London ?r?
likely to accelerate the trend, these
Undoubtedly the exhibitors
direct the attention of a wider ^pob
lie to the fascination of the pain
ings, drawings and objeta dart
produced by the Japanese ?
hailed as unique to character.'
Some <0 or 70 years ??<>?*???
nese art was the vogue in Europe,
and this was due primarily tothe
nnening up of Japan that occurred
?n\he Second part of the 19th cen
tury. The rage reachediUpea*
before and )ust after *?rld I.
Then, unaccountably, the de
mind dropped off. It wss not^
til 1945, after World War ".thai
Japanese art began again to ?t
trAs f'rcsu"" of the growing de
mand, for print, especially, 1 price,
have tended to soar. Today, they
stand five or ?lx times ; m ?? '?
tL0 avpra&e In 1139 ana iwo
Sree Xe*. .. high as they were
just after the war.
Greatest interert ^ the
Surveys .how that family Income
to Norfolk, Va., 1. enarty $1,000
per year more than Income of
familie. in North Carolina, atatii
For several years the Motor Ve
hicles Department has mailed to
licensed drivers a postal card re
minding them of their license ex
piration date. However, since
many thousands of people move in
four years they cannot depend on
the reminder. A 30 day grace per
iod following the expiration date
is also allowed, Garrett said.
"To be safe we recommend a
regular check of your driver's li
cense. It takes only a moment, of
course, and you may discover that
it's later than you think.
J. M. DAVIS
Bob N Sue
Fehon Bld(. ? Beaufort
"Wr Ma)?r in Minors"
Sept. 25 th
Infants through 6X
Fine Fabric and Sewing Accessories
Beaufort's Newest Business
Mr*. Glen Harris and Mr*. Ben Gibbt
invite you to come in a*d ngiiter for
grand prise* to be liven away at for
Willing Hand Can Turn
Work Into Play
Tin autumn eloaa-ap o I the "home grounds" become* a
breeae <e*ea a lot of taO wbea the whole family geta to
gether ? It. Sane thiag goes for aaeiag. Whea everybody
helps me far aoaaetotog that everybody waata, It's aim oat
Mb ? gaae <la which tbe "hoaae toaaa" la pretty tare to
wta). Especially when tbe ml? I go km . . . wbete tbey
grow so mack faster!
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