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Wildwood Church Entertains
Glee Club Following Concert
After ? concert last sight at the
First Methodist Church, Morehead
City, the Greensboro College Glee
Club was entertained by members
of the WOdwood PresbyteriM
Church, at the church. Coffee aad
other refreshments were served.
The concert was preceded by a
covered dish supper in the First
Presbyterian Church fellowship
haN. In charge of the supper were
Mrs. Atlee McCabe, Mrs. B. O.
Ketner, and Mrs. Fred Bell.
In charge of the coffee hour af
terwards were Mrs. George Mc
Cabe. Mrs. Addison McCabe and
Mrs. Earl Whitley.
Director of the glee ehib is E.
L. Williams. A member of the
group is Miss I.yrmc Richardson,
first soprano, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Richardson, Bogue
The Glee Clnb has given joint
concerts in the past with the Men's
Glee Club of the University of
North Carolina. They did such
works as Farre's Requiem;
Charles F. Bryan's The Bell Witch,
a southern folk cantata; The Lin
coln Lyrics; by Geor-e McKay.
In the spring of 1953 the Glee
Club presented the opera. The
Devil and Daniel Webster, adapted
from a work of Stephen Vincent
On May 9, 1957, the Greensboro
College Glee Club made its first
appearance in Town Hall in New
The Glee Club's two annual con
certs always include a major
choral work, such as Benjamin
Britten's Ceremony of Carols; Sta
bat Mater by Giovanni Pergoleso;
The Blessed Damozcl by Claude
Debussy; Seven Greek Pastoral
Scenes by Horatio Parker; Mis
erere by Johann Adolf Hasse; Jo
hannes Brams' Song of Destiny;
An American Psalm by Robert
Sanders, and the Magnificat by
Hostesses who had members of
the glee club as house guests last
night were Mrs. Robert Howard,
Mrs. B. O. Ketner, Mrs. Skinner
Chalk, Mrs. R. W. Davis, Mrs.
H. L. Joslyn, Mrs. A. F. Chestnut,
Mrs. A. B. Roberts, Mrs. Edward
Sturm, Mrs. John A. Reynolds,
Mrs. Richardson, and Miss Ruth
Peeling, all of Morehead City, and
Mrs. Robert Meadows, Beaufort.
Monday: Luncheon meat, string
beans, creamed potatoes, cheese
slices, eabbage-carrot-pickle slaw,
cholocate pudding, milk.
Taesday: Fish sticks, green peas,
candied sweet potatoes, hot rolls,
tossed salad, applesauce, milk.
Wednesday: Meat loaf, gravy,
rice, turnip greens, peaches, cook
Tharaday: Macaroni and cheese,
field peas and snaps, cole ilaw,
devils food cake.
Friday: Turkey salad, green but
ter beans, potato chips, cheese, ba
nana custard, milk.
To Get a Letter
Thrill your child with a letter
from Santa 1
Sound Chevrolet Co., More head
City, has made special arrange
ments with Santa Claus to assure
every child's receiving a letter
Santa's reply will come from Ms
post office on North Pal* Aveaue,
Santa Claus, Indiana.
Cooperation of parents is needed.
All they hare to do is drop in at
3ound Chevrolet, decide which of
four farm letters Santa would like
their child to receive, address the
envelope, aid Sound Chevrolet will
do the rest.
The letter will go to the young
ster and the envelope will bear the
official Santa Claus, lad., poet
Stop In at Sound Chevrolet today
Speed Santa's letter to your child
On Its way)
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More lie ad City State Port
SeMedyk? Due today to load
tobacco for Germany.
Shimone Mara ? Due Tuesday
to toad tobacco for Japan.
Btscbofsteia? Due Dec. 19 to
load tobacco for Germany.
Black Tern ? Due Dec. 21 to
load tobacco for Europe.
Scallop Dredging West
Of Bridge to be Allowed
Beginning Monday, Dec. 8, dredg
ing for scallops will be permitted
in Bogue Sound west of the Atlan
tic Beach bridge, according to an
announcement from the office of
the commercial fisheries division.
The scallop season opened Mon
day, but dredging was not per
mitted. Leon Thomas, with the law
enforcement division of commer
cial fisheries, said that scallops
seem plentiful in Bogue Sound this
First Baptists Will
Observe Lord's Supper
The Lord's Supper will be ob
served and the choir will sing
Christmas music in First Baptist
Church Sunday morning. Dr. J. L.
Carrick will give the message,
The choir will sing Behold! A
Virgin Shall Conceive and O Thou
That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion.
Mrs. Ralph Wade will be soloist.
Accompanists will be Mrs. George
Mizesko, organist, and Miss Vir
ginia Thompson, pianist. Mr. Ralph
Wade is minister of music.
The music sung by the choir dur
ing the month of December will
be taken from Handel's The
Marines Warn People
Of Explosion Tomorrow
Camp Lejeune ? An explosion
with a force of over 200 pound* of
TNT will be detonated around noon
tomorrow, Dec. (, at Range Kit in
the Verona Loop area by Marine
Carp* Engineer School for training
AO persona are cautioned to keep
away from the danger area and to
be prepared for the anticipated
noise resulting from the blast.
Clothing Stolen Monday
From Bargain Center
Stolen from the Bargain Center,
Beaufort, Monday night was $88
worth of clothing.
Chief Guy Springle said that the
front door was broken open and
shoes, men's suits, dresses, shirts
and stockings were taken. The
store is operated by Elizabeth G.
Williams, Gloucester, and is locat
ed in the space formerly occupied
by Herring's Jewelers.
The smashed glass in the door
was seen by a menhaden fisher
man and reported to Mack Wade,
policeman, at 2 a.m. Tuesday.
Six Men Go to Raleigh
For Army Induction
Six Carteret mm were sent to
Raleigh Wednesday far induction in
the Army, announces Mrs. Ruby
Holland, clerk to Um draft board.
They were James A. Highamith,
Ralph W. Smith Jr., both of Mora
head City; Ebne Lawrence Jr., Ot
way; James W. Oden Jr., Beau
fort; Lester G. Salter, Stacy, and
Westoa E. Taylor, Marshall berg.
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tilMlif H*m iiiw? M rtaot
tunes UCIII* ?< CM.Trt, nut. Pa.
The Ladies Home Instruction
Club met last week at the home of
Mrs. Ethel Allen. The president,
Mrs. Thelma Stamps, presided.
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rtllv I V VIWl I I'uS III* SB ?\ ?? 3 1 1 1 1
Mrs. Ethel Dudley gave a read
ing, We Give Thanks to God. The
thought (or the nigM was "Thanks
giving is Good but Tbanksliving
The hostess served frozen delight
with coffee, nuts, and candy The
Club will meet this week at the
home of Mrs. Helen Fenderson
with Miss Betty Sue Brown as
The Beaufort Jolly Makers Club
met at the home of Mrs. Greta
Henry this week. Devotions were
led by Miss Barbara Vann, after
which the business was presided
over by the president.
The club will meet at the home
of Mrs. Evania Jones Tuesday
night, at which time they wiU
bring their Christmas savings
Members present at this week's
meeting were Miss Vann, Mr..
Ophelia Ellison, Mrs. Sarah Pette
way, Mrs. Flora Gordon, Mrs.
Mary Anderson, Mrs. Mattie Pic
kett, Mrs. Louise Nolen, Mrs.
Evania Jones, Mrs. Gertie Vann,
Mrs. Alcna Wilder, Mrs. Annie L.
Bell, and Mrs. Elizabeth Oden.
The club voted to take three new
members at the next meeting, Mrs.
Reta Martin, Mrs. Lois Parker and
Mrs. Catharine Traeze. This will
bring the 1959 membership to 20.
The hostess served chicken salad
crackers, hot chocolate, candy and
The Rev. Mr. Simmons of Bay
boro will preach at St. Mary's
Holiness Church, Morehead City,
Sunday afternoon at 2:34. He will
be accompanied by the choir of
Mr. Willie Murray of North
River will preach at 8 p.m. Sun
day. The public is invited to these
Chitterlings, pigs feet, barbecue I
wi"^?" **l? tomorrow
, Mr.t Mary Truman,
io?6 Bay St., for the benefit of th?
MU* -fc-a of the chrjs(Un s*<
a??h J* Chris,ian StTr
p?rcl!- Sunday afternoon at 5 ihe
Pastor s Aid Club will meet with
Mrs. Ethel Allen. The Willing
lte7.C'Ub Wi" Monday
cm! "Dudley h?mC ?' M" LU
W. S. King School? We are back
i ^W*. Thanks8iv'ng Holiday.
j >, y r,ffle was held T?e?
tuAe??h 25 We gave three PrizeJ.
turkey, ham and chicken. Michael
WW*!"?1 the ??rkey, Evelyn May
PA PI:?grarn was given by Mrt
and ,he ,ourth grade
The amount raised by the schrxd
was $201.25. The fourth gra*
wmIst'm. highe" wk'<*
?Janice Becton, Eloise BeD
"toV/ aM?r?^CKy h,m"u,:
To Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant
Beaufort, a daughter, Sunday, Not.'
To Mr. and Mrs. John Hester
!ICSUCS' ' ^
Mra T niBr??k*' Heith?ville, Va.;
Mrs. Lilly Hester. Morehead City
M? Beaufort; Monday,
Mrs. LiRy Hester and daughter
re!Tj n" CTy; Mr. War
J. Brooks, Heathsville, Va.
... ,.J0HN H. KING
J?* ", <H?d Mon
?*y V, hom* at !2?? Bridges
man. *1. C"y. where for
^ wr. he opened a shoe
JWal aerrtcCT will be conduct
E-fisr brother' ,nd
Panel Will Ditcvsa
At PTA Mcoting
at* "hoot needs
Teacher t Pmnt'
timu p?nel, ques
be^miw^j "A membe" w4U
Dee. 3 ? Mrs. Addie Carraway
spent the Thanksgiving holidays in
Norfolk with her daughter. Mrs.
Marvin Herrington am) family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carraway of
Camp Lejeune spent part of tha
holidays here with Ms mother and
slater, lin. Sadie Carraway and
Mr*, (htm r Pittaaam.
Mr. and Mrs B. G. Hardy, South
River, visited Mr. aad Mr*. T??
Carraway and Mr. and Mra. Guy
Mra. D. M. Salter spent TTianka
giviag' is Kinilan.
Mr. and Mra. Rufua Carraway
at Plymouth spent Thanksgiving
with hia parents, Mr. and Mra.
Mra. Eaaily Nelson is at Mrs.
Add* Carraway'a Her aiater, Mra.
Jennw Mills of Bridceton, a pent
part ?f laat week ?Mh her. She t>
confined to het tod wfth ?nhntw.
We tnut she will aoon be better.
OW pastor, the Rev. 1. K. Smith,
fined his appointment here on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Jtm Stalling* aad
Ma spent the Thanksgiving hsU
dnyi in New Jeftrj with their
daughter, Mra. Gearge Coymon
and family aad Hies Eliiaheth
Stalltaga. TWy lelaaned heme
Mra. Be* Fleee aad ehMdren of
Bridgetaa and Mr. aad Mr*. Alex
Nelaoa spent lk? Tlrankigiving
Mrs. Oar Carraway *?? ?? Bean
Art on Saturday la aea M. Fal
The Dome Demonstration Hub
?at witk Mia. Faaaia Wallace
Monday afliraaaa lad ear tagidar
?Mtttag. Tkere vara hwh? mem
la tfca alatan at mm traaidfcnt
?ad viea-raiMal, Mr*. Gay Car
raway eaBed tka Hll>| la arder.
After deration*, r*f td aad read
Ing of the mimltti tt last meeting,
we had a ihort business session.
TMs being oar reereatiM meet
ing before Christmas we had no
demonstration. Each brought a
gift te exchange and we reaem
tend Mrs. Garner, ear borne
ageat, with ? ..lower of ap#ons
and we did not forget Mrs. Joke
phine McCabe. We had aproaa foi
her. Mrs Garner acted in the
rapacity of old Santa and we hac
lots of fun.
Mrs. WaHace senred cookies,
colas, aid fruit for refreshment. ; |
THE MOST WANTED
ftMs thoughtful you, to- thankful him,
Oh Lady Be Good to Him . . . Choose Here!
Shortest distance to a man's heart at Christmas is a straight
lina to our wide world *f gifts he'll wear with pleasure.
Bolts ~ my - - - - $1.30 up
Neckties -- $1.00 & $1.50
Dress Socks ? 59e & 79c
Handkerchiefs - 3 for $1
Pajamas. - $l.f9
Slippers ? $2.99 to $4-99
Slacks - $5.99 to $10.99
Jacket* . - - - - $4.99 up
Dress Shirt* ? ? - ? $2.99
to be found U now
on ditplajr in our
Mm'i Depart m?at.
AO at Moderate prices.
Sport Shirts $199
Mm * - $4.99 Hi $9.95
Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan .
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