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Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Herring Jr.
feqnest the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
SMday, December twenty-first
nineteen hundred fifty-eight
at three-thirty in the afternoon
1604 South Elm Street
Greenville, North Carolina
Mr. and Mrs. Herring, vko
made their home in Beaufort far
several years, cordially invite all
their Meads to attend the cere
Hcmnob Nelson Weds
Joseph T. Beasley Friday
Miss Hannah Wrae Nelson of
Ilarkers Island became the bride
of Joseph Thomas Beasley of Bur
gaw in a simple ceremony Friday
evening at six-thirty at her home.
Elder Linwood Hancock of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints officiated. The coaple
The bride wore a street length
dress of light blue flannel with
brown accessories and a corsage
of red rosebuds.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Nelson of Har
k'-rs Island. She is a graduate of
Smyrna High School and is a sen
ior at East Carolina College. At
present she is doing her practice
teaching at Plymouth.
The bridegroom attended Bur
gaw High School and is now serv
ing in the Coast Guard at Cape
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Beaufort Social News
Kia* Elba lirtiwi. StcMgr Uto Pfcaa* PA (-41TS
Miu Peggy Williams returned
home Wednesday front Gotdsboro,
where the hid been vixittng kef
fiance, Bill Gtnn, and his mother.
Mr. and Mr*. James Steed and
family oi Akoshie spent Sunday
with hit parents, Mr and Mrs. J.
S. Steed. Misa Janet Steed, who
spent last week here with her
grandparents, retained home with
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mace Jr.
and daughter, Bilhe, arrived yes
terday from Sonthport to spend the
Mr. and Mr?. Clifton "Strug"
Steed of Frederick, Md., spent the
holiday weekend with her mother,
Mrs. Snowden Thompson, and hi*
mother, Mrs. Jack Steed of Mare
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Dudley left
Tuesday for Winston-Salem to get
his brother, Larry Dudley, who
was a patient at Bowman Gray
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Williams
went to Gokisboro Saturday for the
funeral of Mrs. May Shipp Kelly.
John Staiton Jr. left Friday for
Edwards Military Institute, Salem
burg. after spending the holidays
with his parents. ,
Mrs. Webster Willis and her
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daughter, Mrs. Marion Noe, were
in New Bern Monday.
Mr& Ben Arrington is a patient
I at Morehead City Hospital.
| Mr. Harry Fnleher of Burlington
? visiting h>< mother, Mrs. Lilie
Mr. John Statoa will arrive home
tadary from Veterans Hospital, Dur
ham, t? spend a week.
Miss Sally Stancil is still receiv
ing treatment at Morehead City
Hospital Her condition is reported
to be good.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nance of
Portsmouth, Va., spent the week
end here with their parents.
Mrs. Effie Nance spent Monday
and Tuesday in Maysvillc and
Ma. Crip Jones !>nd son. Kit,
are spending today in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Felder and
children of Columbia, S. C., will
spend the weekend with his sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Moul
ton Jr. and daughter, Deborah
Carol, of Charlotte, spent the holi
day weekend with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Moulton.
John AI Johnson of Ilarkers Is
land arrived home Tuesday from
Japan, where he was stationed
with the Air Force. He was called
here by the illness of his father.
Kenneth Johnson, who is a patient
at Morehead City Hospital.
Mrs. C. R. Wheatly Sr. returned
home Monday from Jacksonville.
Fla., where she spent three weeks
with her daughter and son-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Davidson, and
Mr. Frank King returned home
Thanksgiving day from Fayette
vilie, where he was a patient at
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hatscll spent
i Thanksgiving in Arlington. Va.,
with friends and attended the Ar
my-Navy game in Philadelphia
Saturday. En route home they
stopped overnight in Washington,
D. C., and arrived here Suaday
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Wade II
have been transferred here by the
Coast Guard from Norfolk. Va.,
and are making their home at 413
Turner St. Mr. Wade is stationed
at Fort Macon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Phillips of
Greenville are expected to spend
the weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Willis.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Taylor Jr.
and family visited her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Holt, and her mother, Mrs.
W. D. Holliday, in Kinston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Willis and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tolson Jr.
went to Wilson Monday, where
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Speaks Vows At Davis
Mrs. Preston Lre Davis
Miss Gladys Fay Willis of Davis
became the bride of Preston Lee
Davis, of Davis, in a double ring
ceremony Thursday, Thanksgiving
Day, at six o'clock in the evening
in the Davis Free Will Baptist
The Rev. Henry J. Vran Kluyve,
pastor, officiated. Prior to the
ceremony a program of nuptial
music was presented by Mrs.
Joyce W. Moore, cousin of the
bride, organist, and Miss Virginia
Willis, sister of the bride, soloist.
Miss Willis sang Whither Thou
Goest, Sweetest Story Ever Told,
and Wedding Prayer.
The vows were spoken before a
background of palms, fern, white
gladiolas and seven-branched can
delabra holding lighted tapers.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
ballerina length gown of lace and
tulle over taffeta. The gown was
designed with a bouffant skirt and
fitted bodice covered with a brief
jacket of lace featuring an Eliza
bethan collar and long sleeves
ending in point* over the hands.
Her fingertip veil of illusion fell
from a tiara of lace, pearls and
sequins. She carried a white
prayer book topped with a white
they attended a banquet for Na
tionwide Insurance Co. employees.
Mr. Willis and Mr. Tolson re
ceived award certificates and Mr.
Willis received a gold cup for
being high salesman in the dis
trict. En route home Tuesday they
stopped in Kinston and New Bern.
Mr. and Mrs. Leighman L. Gar
ner of Russell* Creek announce
the engagement and approaching
marriage' of their daughter, Helen
Diane, to Paul Raymond Cox, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Co* of Mor
ton, Tex. The wedding will take
pfa'e Friday, Dec. 12.
Honored at ECC
Miss Kay Prytherch, a junior at
East Carolina College, waa named
to the honor roll for the spring and
fall quarters and her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Herbert Prytherch, who will
graduate in February, waa named
to the dean's list for the fall
Rolls of refrigerator cookie
lough are usually best when they
?re shaped about It* inches in
jiameter. When you uae a 3-cup
lour recipe, make two rolls.
Miss Jean Willis, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. She
wore a street length dress of royal
blue arnel faille crepe with match
ing hat and shoes and carried a
tailored bouquet of yellow pom
Ion Lane Lewis served the bride
groom as best man. Joseph C.
Lina and Weston E. Willis, brother
of the bride, both of Washington,
I). C., were ushers.
For her daughter's wedding Mrs.
Willis wore a gray lace dress over
a pink underskirt with matching
accessories and a corsage of pink
carnations. Mrs. Davis, mother of
the bridegroom, wore a dark green
crepe dress with a corsage of
Immediately following the cere
mony a reception was held at the
home of the bride. Guests were
greeted by Mrs. Graham Fulcher
and introduced to the receiving
line, composed of the wedding
party and Mrs. Grady Davis.
Miss Melba Davis, cousin of the
bridegroom, presided at the brldc'e
book and Miss Brenda Willis, cou
sin of the bride, presided in the
Mrs. Pearl Davis poured punch
and Miss Gloria Jean Davis, cou
sin of the bride, served cake.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius G. Willis of Davis.
She is a graduate of Smyrna High
School and attended Mount Olive
Junior College. She is employed in
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Davis of Davis. He
attended Smyrna High School and
is now serving in the United States
Coast Guard. He is stationed
aboard the CGC Chilula, based at
Upon their return from a wed
ding trip the couple are making
their home in Davis.
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Junior Woman's Club Officers
Will Begin Terms in January
Officers were elected at the De
cember dinner meeting of the
Beaufort Junior Woman's Club
Monday evening The following
new officers will take office in Jan
Mrs. Frank Langdafe, president;
Mrs Glenn Willis, vice-president;
Mrs. Bryan Loftin, recording secre
tary; Mrs. John Cline, correspond
ing secretary; Mrs. William Long
est III, treasurer.
The club voted to give $.*>0 to the
Children's Home in Greensboro.
Tfcey Will give $50 to Ckswell Train
ing School and $25 to Beaufort
School to buy lunches for needy
It was announced that the club
would meet Dec. 15 with the Beau
fort Jayceos to discuss possibilities
of joint sponsorship of the Scout
Mrs. Potter Entertains
Tuesday Afternoon Club
Mrs. James H. Potter III enter
tained her bridge club Tuesday
afternoon at her home. She had
as guests Mrs. B. C. Brown, Mrs.
Ernest Davis and Mrs. Lock wood
Mrs. L. W. Moore won club high
score and Mrs. Davis won high for
guests. Both received scarves as
The hostess served pecan pie
and coffee for dessert.
Mrs. Noah Avery presented the 1
program, a demonstration of how ]
to make Christmas and dried ar
rangements. She displayed several (
arrangements she had made.
Christmas gifts were exchanged i
among the club members and each t
member brought a gift to be sent I
to the Children's Home. 1
Mrs. Jones Entertain*
Bridge Club, Two GuOsts
Mrs. Howard Jone? Jr. wm ho#
ess to her bridge flub Taeaday
evening at her home. Guesta were
Mrs. Sammy Finer and Mrs. Billy
Mrs. Walifron Baily III won high
icore and Mra. Davis won low.
Mrs. Jones served pineapple up
>td? dawa cake and coiiee. The
?tub will meet aext week at the
tome of Mrs. Jerry Norrii, More
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