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Recent Bride is Honored
At Shower Wednesday
Mr>. Charles Howe, a recent
bride, was honored at a bridal
ahower Wednesday evening at the
borne of Mrs. Robert Clift. Hos
tesaea were Mrs. Clift and Miss
Mrs. Howe Is the former Har
riet Willis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Keithly Willis.
Upon arrival the honoree and
her mother were presented cor
sages of white carnations.
The thirty guests enjoyed games
of bingo. Mrs. Jimmy Pittman woo
the coverall prize and Mrs. Retha
Elliott of Newport woo the door
Soft drinks, cupcakes, bridal
mints and assorted salted nuts
were served from a table covered
with a white cloth and centered
with a china miniature bride and
I I Mrs. Wallace is Hostess
To Tuesday Evening Club
Mrs. Jimmy Wallace was hos
tess to the Tuesday evening bridge
club *his week. Guests were Mrs.
Dick McClain and Mrs. John Gai
Mrs. Milton Morey won high
1 score, Mrs. Wayne Thompson won
second high and Mrs. Robert Free
man won low.
During progressions the hostess
served nuts and colas and at the
conclusion of play she served choc- 1
olate pic and coffee. '
T? n Topic*
FBLA Enlists New Members,
Glee Club Presents Program
By ANN SANDERSON
The FBLA met with Miss Jerni
gan Tuesday and eighteen new
members were enlisted. All mem
bers are required to take a com
mercial course. The officers were
elected as follows:
President, L y n w o o d Durham;
first vice-president, James Guth
rie; second vice-president, Geral
dine Reid; secretary, Wendy Lowe;
treasurer, Melva Swinson; record
er, Janet Lovick and sergeant at
arms, David Bryan.
The Science Club met Tuesday
with Mr. Taylor. Devotions ware
given by Sue Thompson, followed
by the business session.
It was decided to have monthly
dues of ten cents. The meeting
place will be decided by the of
ficers. The program was given by
Clarence Styron on The What. Why,
When and Where of the Science
The Glee Club presented its
Thanksgiving program last Wed
nesday and is now preparing its
After Christmas they arc hoping
to visit other schools.
The Morehcad City Eagles play
TOWN & SOUND SHOP
Tht ropier points it? pretty toe to rrW
excitement in fashionable footwear.
December 30th, 1958
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SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
Of Wilmington, N. C.
"Where Thoaiudi Are Savlac MOIleai"
Garlud M. Scragfa, Na?|tr
ert their first basketball game
They atarted the season off with
a victory. We sure hope this means
James Guthrie is senior in the
spotlight this week. James is not
a stranger to anyone in Morehead
City High School because of his
outstanding football record.
lie has been offered a scholar
ship to Duke, and we arc all
James is a member of the lli-Y
and FBLA. He has played football
four years and was voted most out
standing player this year.
As you can see. his time is pret
ty well taken up. but he still finds
time for Cynthia.
His favorites include: song,
Smoke Gets in Your Eyes; singers.
The Platters; food, steak; and
sport, football His favorite saying
is "I think so." His pet peeve is
"stuck up" girls.
He is planning to go to Duke but
has no further plans.
Brownie Scout Troop 267
Receive* Thank-You Note
Brownie troop 267 met Tuesday
afternoon it the pariah house of
the Episcopal church. Our presi
dent, Gwen Garner, called the
meeting to order. The secretary
called the roll and read the min
utes of the last meeting. The
treasurer, Carol Giilikin, collected
Mrs. Giilikin read us a letter
she received from Mr. Sam Adler
thanking us for the box we took
him last Tuesday to give to 'a
needy family. This is the verse he
wrote us and we like it very much:
My dear little Brownies
You did a good deed!
You collected food
For a family in 'need.
May God bless you and keep you
As you do good each day.
Always try to be a help to others
In every way.
? Sam Adler
We had refreshments sreved by
Mrs. Mairr. Then Mrs. Patrick
and Mrs. Giilikin helped us make
Christmas presents for our mo
? Julie Hill Day, Secretary
Morehead City Social News
Miss Ellen Bordeaux, Society Editor Phone PA (-417S
Mr. Alton Willis has returned to
his home in Goldsboro, after visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Mollic Willis.
Mr. Martin Willis of this city
and Miss Joanne Miller of Beau
fort spent the holidays in Wash
ington, D. C., with her parents.
En route home they visited Court
ney Willis, a patient at Veterans
Hospital in Richmond, Va.
Mrs. J. C. Taylor, Mrs. R. W.
Taylor and Mrs. Ben Royal left
yesterday for Raleigh to visit Mrs.
G. II. Jackson.
Mrs. J. W. Jackson has returned 1
from a business trip to Philadel
phia, Pa., and New York.
Mrs. Charles Canfield, Mrs. Jack
Burruss, Mrs. W. L. Dernckson, '
Mrs. C. N. Bennett and Mrs Ro
bert Taylor were in Wilmington
Mrs. Ed Fauccttc and Mrs. Al- 1
vah Hamilton Jr. spent Tuesday
Mr. Nick Galantis left Sunday ]
for New York City where he will
| board a plane for Aiken*, Greece,
I to visit relatives for two inoaths.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson re
turned to Silver Springs, Md.. Sun- 1
day, after spending the Thanksgiv
ing holidays with Mr. Nelson's
mother, Mrs. John Nelson.
Mrs. G. C. Traccy has returned
to Baltimore, Md., after spending
two months with her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Willis, and her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Mrs. M. Leigh Sheep left yes
terday for her home in Elizabeth
City, after spending several days
with Jier daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. George Dill Jr.
Mrs. George Dill Sr. has re
turned home from Northficld, N.
J., where she spent six weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Benbow
left last week to spend ten days
in New York City with relatives.
Mrs. Guy Dixon is visiting her
son. Guy Dixon Jr., and his family
in llagerstown, Md.
Mrs. Charles Bennett of Apala
chicola, Fla , is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Willis. Mr.
Bennett brought her last week, but
has returned to Florida.
Sonny McDonald will leave to
morrow for Washington, D. C.,
where he will receive a new assign
ment, after a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McDon
ald. He was formerly stationed in
San Diego, Calif., with the Navy.
Mrs. Alvah Hamilton spent the
weekend in Greenville with her
daughter, Mrs. Jack Nobles, and
Miss Lcla Mollis returned home
Sunday from Williamston, where
she spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dock llollis.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stewart and
children of Smithfield spent the
holidays here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Graham.
Miss Paige Colenda has returned
to her home in Alexandria, Va.,
after a visit with relatives here.
Miss Ada Davis returned home
with her and will visit her nephew,
Cdr. Frank Colenda, and his fam
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell
and daughter, Martha, of New
Bern spent Saturday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Bordeaux.
Miss Mildred Whealton, a stu
dent nurse at City Memorial Hos
pital, Winston-Salem, was home for
Ihc weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Whealton.
Susan Clark Gives Party
At Kindergarten Friday
Miss Susan Clark celebrated her
fifth birthday Friday with a party
at Mrs. Harvey Hamilton's kinder
garten. The children played games
and the winners received prizes.
Refreshments of ice cream, cake
and candy were served and cach
child received a favor.
Attending were Charlie Tolson,
Stephen Chalk, Mike Gilmour,
Mary Marino, Marianna Mtinden,
Natha Clark, Deborah Stevens,
Robert Davenport, Michael Sale
yea, Arthur Sepmcyer, Jesse
Lewis, Paul Branch, Carol Ann
Merion, Deborah Willis.
Robert Reynolds, John Gainey,
Lou Morrow, Mike Rock, Mar
guerite Rock, Ruth Ann Wccber,
Pamela Scruggs. Ernest Lowe,
Andy Bauman, Mclinda Tucker,
Mary Ann Baysdcn and Debbie
Esther Rebekahs Lodge
To Have Benefit Party
The Esther Rebekahs Lodge will
sponsor a benefit bingo and card
party tomorrow night at the rec
Donations for the event, which
will begin at S p.m., will be $1
per person. The public is invited.
Last Two Days
Thursday and Friday
EARLENA'S SHOE SALE
ALL SALE SHOES REDUCED AGAIN
Shoes Now Only $5.00
Shoes . . Only $3.00
Vllact ?p to $15.95
Sires 4 to M
Shop Early t
?The Skact far Women"
909 Arendell St. Morekead City
j Completes College Work
Terranee R. Norman, a 1955
graduate of Morehead City High
School, completed his work for
a bachelor of science degree at
East Carolina College last week.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Norman, 2103 Brides St.
Mr. Norman and his wife, the
former Linda llagler of Kanna
polis, and their son, Terranee
Jr., have moved to Asheboro,
where Mr. Norman began teach
ing at Lindley Park City School
Morehead CUy Hospital
Admitted: Saturday, Mrs. Colleen
Piner, Beaufort; Mr. John W.
Lewis, Newport; Mrs. Pamela Wil
Sunday, Mrs. Dorothy Paden,
Beaufort; Mrs. Mamie Tyndall,
Mrs. Mary Willis, Morehead City;
Mrs. Marolyn Edwards, Newport.
Monday. Mr. Lester Turnage,
I Morehead City; Mrs. Lina Barbour,
Mr. George Green, Newport; Mr.
[Luther Lynch, Mrs. Nell McLaren,
Tuesday, Mr. William E. Balder
son, Whitestone, Va.; Miss Teresa
Laughinghousc, Mrs. Nina Green,
Mrs. Grace Gillikin, Beaufort; Mrs.
Janice Ditto, Mrs. Violet Baldwin,
Mr. John Smith. Mrs. Lynell Cau
ley, Morehead City; Miss Susan E.
Wildon, Mrs. Barbara Gilpin, New
Discharged: Sunday, Mr. John
W. Ellis, Mrs. Mary Ann Dowty
and daughter, Morehead City; Mrs.
Eileen Graham and daughter, New
Monday, Mrs. Zcta Summrcll,
Newport; Master Edward Guthrie,
Mrs. Mary A. Day, Beaufort.
Tuesday, Mrs. Dorothy Oglesby,
Morehead City; Mrs. Marolyn Ed
wards, Newport; Mr. Charlie
Lewis, Harkers Island.
Wednesday, Mrs. Colleen Piner
and son, Miss Teresa Laughing
house, Beaufort; Mrs. Wanda Har
desty and daughter, Mr. John W.
Lewis, Newport; Mr. Lester Tur
iiage, Morehead City.
Sea Level Hospital
Admitted: Monday, Mrs. Rebec
ca Gentry, Swansboro; Mrs. Lovie
Taylor, Atlantic; Mrs. Elsie Bab
Tuesday, Mr. Roy Weld,* Spruce
Pines; Mrs. Juanita Courtney,
Beaufort; Mrs. Georgia Nelson, At
Wednesday, Mrs. Glcnnie Lewis,
Harkers Island; Mr. Johnny Gar
Discharged: Monday, Mr. Alonza
Willis. Beaufort; Mrs. Lura Jean
Hill and daughter, Atlantic.
Tuesday, Miss Louise Wade,
Smyrna; Mrs. Evelyn Willis and
Wednesday: Mrs. Lora Garner,
Newport; Miss Sandra Britting
ham. Cedar Island.
MRS. EFFIE PAGE
Mrs. Effie Page died Monday
evening at Reidsville. She was the
sister of Mr. Oscar Allred of More
Funeral services were conducted
Wednesday afternoon at the Camp
Springs Church, Reidsville, and in
terment followed there.
She is survived by her husband,
three children, four brothers and
Otto Jost, 63, of Morehead City,
died Tuesday night at the Naval
Hospital, Camp Lejeune. Mr. Jost
was born in New York, but had
been making his home here for
about 30 years.
Funeral services will be held at
Union Cemetery, Bohemia, Long
Island, N. Y. tomorrow.
He is survived by one sister, Mrs.
Sophia Vail of Sayville, L. I., N. Y.
Department to Meet
The Literary and Art Department
will meet at 3 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon at the civic center. Ren
naissance Art will be the topic of
the program. Mrs. Josiah Bailey
will sing Christmas carols.
I IN BONO
VIRGINIA FtUIT BRANDY OUT. CO.
?AVOMOWH N.A. ? NORTH OAROBt VA.
Miss Joyce Willis Weds
Harold Collins Thursday
In t double ring Thanksgiving
ceremony Thursday afternoon at
Ave o'clock Mlii Joyce Marie
Willis became the bride ot Harold
V. Collins of Havelock.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. D B. Willis Sr. and the late
Mr. Willis. The bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. Elsie Collins of Wilkes
Barre, Pa., and the late Joseph A.
Dr. J. L. Carrick officiated and
wedding music was presented by
Mrs. George Mlzesko, organist.
The church was decorated with
white gladiolas and greenery.
The bride and groom entered
the church together. The bride
wore a street length dress of na
tural nylon fleece with matching
hat, black accessories and a cor
sage of red roses.
Miss Kate Willis, niece of the
bride, was maid of honor. She
wore a brown wool suit with
matching accessories and a cor
sage of yellow roses.
J. T. Whisenant was best man
for the bridegroom. Ushers were
James B. Willis. Reginald N. Wil
lis and D. B. Willis Jr., brothers
of the bride. ,
The mother o! the bride wore a
fuschia wool jersey dress with
navy blue accessories and a cor
sage of white carnations.
Following the ceremony the cou
ple greeted guests in the vestibule
of the church.
The couple went on a wedding
trip to western North Carolina
and are now at home at 1510 Arcn
dcll St., Morehead City.
Faith FWB Auxiliary
Meets at Church Monday
The Faith Free Will Baptist
Church auxiliary had its monthly
meeting Monday night. The presi
dent. Mrs. Myrtle Simpson, called
the meeting to order.
An interesting program was giv- ?
en by the program chairman, Mrs.
Donald Mason Jr. Taking part on
the program were Mrs. Noah
Brown, Mrs. Durward Daniels,
Mrs. Julius Jones, and Mrs. Don
ald Mason Sr.
After the meeting the hostesses,
Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Simpson, and
Mrs. Jones served refreshments
of cake and drinks.
All GTA's of the Faith Free Will
Baptist Church will meet at the
Willis Inn at 2 Saturday afternoon.
County Bridge League
Will Have Yule Party
The Carteret County Bridge
League will have its annual Christ
mas party Monday night. The par
ty will be held at the Inlet Inn
and will begin at 6 p.m. All league
members arc invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saunders
were winners of this week's play
at the recreation building in More
head City. Five tables were in
Mr. S. K. Ilcdgecock and Mr.
Jack Windlcy won second place
and Mr. C. L. Beam and Mr. Cal
vin Jones placed third.
Afternoon Bridge Club
Meets at Royal Home
Mrs. Ben Royal entertained her
bridge club Tuesday afternoon at
her home on Evans Street.
Mrs. S. W. Thompson won high
score, Mrs. Harvey Hamilton Sr.
won second high and Mrs. M. T.
Mills won low.
The hostess served chocolate
cake, ice crcam, and coffee.
Births at Morehead City Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ditto,
Morehead City, a daughter, Tuea
day, Dec. 2.
To Mr. and Mrs. Percy Green,
Beaufort, a son, Tuesday, Dec. 2.
To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Piner,
Beaufort, a son, Sunday, Nov. 30.
To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wil
moth, Swansboro, a son, Saturday,
Birth at Sea Level Hospital:
To Mr. and Mrs. David C. Jones,
Marshallberg, a son, David Neal,
Monday, Dec. 1.
Juniors Present Program
At WSCS Christmas Party
The children of the junior de
partment of the Sunday School
gave the program at the annual
WSCS Chriitmai party Tuesday
evening at the church. Mri. Perry
Taylor Jr. directed the program
and music was furnished by Mrs.
A. B. Roberts.
Members of the Wesleyan Ser
vice Guild were invited to the par
ty. Mrs. Truman Kemp presided
and Mrs. J. C. Taylor opened the
meeting with prayer. A love offer
ing was taken to buy Christmas
supplies for the needy.
The Sue Spears Circle was in
charge of decorations and refresh
ments. Punch and assorted home
made cookies were aerved from a
table centered with a Christmas
tree decorated by Mrs. A. B.
Cooper and flanked with red can
dies, holly and Christmaa balls.
The holiday motif was carried out
throughout the room.
The party was attended by neat
ly one hundred WSCS and WSG
Club to Meet
The Carteret County Cosmetolo
gists will meet at the Morehead
Biltmore Hotel Tuesday night at
S to hear Miss Mary Shafer, na
tionally known cosmetologist and
hair stylist. Interested persona are
SUMMER AND WINTER MERCHANDISE
Boys' and Girls'
Jackets ? size 2 to 14 14 off
Canvas Shoes ? val. $3.98, now $2.00
Dress Hats ? entire stock ... Vi price
Shoes ? size 0 to 12 Vi off
A Few Dress White Slippers up to Size
Vi Price Rack
No Refunds, Exchanges or Charge Accounts
913 Arendell St.
Morehcad City, N. C.
Drink* and Weti
Twin or Doable Bed Sbe
Now through December 15
The Telephone Departments
Sears Catalog Sales
MOREHEAD CITY AND HAVELOCK, N. C. '
Will Remain Open Until 8 P.M. Nightly
Except Saturday to Take Telephone Orders
In Morehead City Call PA 6-5181
In Havelock Call Gl 7-3141