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CARTERET, COVNTY NTWS-mES. BEAUFORT AND t&REB$A CITf, N.'C
TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1&8
3; Carteret County News-Times
The Beaufort News (est. 1912) The Twin City Times (est. 1936)
rt Hisiory Has a Place in the Present
' fljh In his co,umn last week- F- c- Sttlisburv ugested that a
i, Carteret County Historical society be formed.
yMm ' This is to 8ood an idea to lct drop by the wayside- Tnomas
m- Harrow's "Memories of Beaufort" have probably done a great
fl'ideal to make people realize how interesting the past can be. And
' be Ana Street Cemetery Restoration association is doing a splen
did work in the interest of local history.
Perhaps it would be possible to make this a permanent or
ii'i'i ?"zation, letting it grow into an historical society. A group
that has worked as well as the restoration association should not
'"'"be permitted to become a part of the past when it can serve so
,( ! admirable a purpose in the present.
.i; ,.v "Our American heritage" has become a well-worn, perhaps
meaningless phrase. To bring people to the full realization of
''''' its meaning is the purpose of any historical society.
Carteret County's organization may be small at first, having
! only a little space in the school, Legion hut, or other public
""''"building where historical relics of this region could be displayed,
and perhaps there may be only a tew members but realization
if the society's importance and
Thoughts for an open mind,.
Use your powers of SELF direction and SELF control each day
to bring GOOD into manifestation.
The universe pays every man in his own coin, if you smile, it
smiles upon you in return; if you frown, you will be frown
ed at; if you think, you will he entertained by thinkers; if
you love the world, and earnestly seek for the good there
in, you will be surrounded by loving friends, and nature will
pour into your lap the treasures of the earth.
What you give out you get back, no matter what it is.
Man must stand erect, not be kept erect by others.
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-mm ancy of the spirit, and turns
which saps the vitality of the emotions; depletes the energy
of the will, and finally turns the miracle of daily existence
into dreary commonplace. The monotony has its roots, not
in conditions, but in ourselves.
'SAVE THE SOIL
By Ray R. Beck
I SaU Conservationist
1 Joel Davis- has mowed the weeds
$n" all of histadino clpver pas.
tmes this week. Mr. Davis plans
.ia, seed some Kertucky. 31 fe?cu
f ad ladino clover this fall. This-
ft. combination has given the longest
grazing season for permanent. pas-
(tires in other parts of the Lower
reuse Soil Conservation District.
The Ball Brothers, of Harlow
Mv planted soybeani as a grewav
feaaure crop en the field, they
Ian to seed t permanent pas
tor this fall.
K Mtlui Goede, of Newport, hat
nplul limitiif' nnf) rticlrina lavwl
far a permanent pasture he plans
td seed, this faU. Mr. Goode is
editing a heavy growth of Italia
rw grass Into the land..
WW. Wright hat see a
hree-acre field to late Crotolarla
tWtapoIp, a lummcjr- coven
4TOIV r, WrtM says, -nr W
JroteUria does wall tW yarr
Til seed most of my cabbage and
Irish potato land to it next sum-
rCecil, HUL of. Newport. ay
Irfitolaria has been improving my
ci p on sandy land, ever since. I
i wed it eight years ago," Mr. Hill
s. Hla Austrian. Winter peas each,
U I for winter cover crop on the
Mr. Guy L. Hamilton, retired
business man, of New Bern, N. C,
Islspending tome time at hit sum-
mlr cottage. He it supervising the
renovation of the house and gen
eral improvement of, the grounds.
Mr. Maxwell Fulcher and family
on Day tons Beach, Fla. are visiting
hit parents, Mr. and Mrs, Howard
FiDcher, Sr. Mr. Fulcher it con
nected with the U. S. Coast Guard
LiEht-hpuse Service of Dayton
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Elks and
Jj Children, Charlea, Danpy and Cja
( raj of Norfolk, Va., recently visaed.
;i. his. Bias' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
f 1 Miitcy Taylor. Mr. Elks is as-
i soiiatfd with, the Taylor Oil Co.
C Mr. and Mrs. Leslie U, Taylpr
m and ton of West Palm Beach. Fla.,
arr visiting Beach Branch of the
CA2TFXXT CCIOT KSS-TCJES
Tljfc BEAUFORT NEWS (Eat. IMS) an
'Lotkwood PhlUlpa" PuMUhert r- Eleanor Dear PhtlHpa
Kuta Leckey FMllat, EmmUIv Bdllet
m Craven Slit,
I ratas:'ln Cartorit. CraVcn.' rVmlki
yW as.O la aMMIu: Si.Ta tkm
i above aaawd opuatlaa SAOO ona vaar:
u, Mti; $1.00 on mont W
AsaodatS Fri - Greater Vli N C fms AWlUon
- Audit Bareia of Otnulalloas y " " " ,
i I'ha AootatedPiTi la antUUd raclualvaly to m for rapuhlleatlnn ol lot
TUESDAY, JULYjlS, ma
va.lu.ible work would be factors
hope to ashes; it is monotony
D. E. Taylor Co. of Norfolk, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Minga and
two sons of Rescue, Va. were over
night guastt of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Mr. Warden Lewis, U.S. Const
Guard, is visiting his sister, Mrs.
Andrew Fulcher And-other, sela-
TfltWtrrlter, U.S.C.G. Ret.,
and family of Lavalet. N. J. re
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Elmer H. Lupton, retired bu
siness man of Baltimore. Md. has
been spending some time with his
mother. Mrs.' Alice Lunton and his
sitter, Mrs. Lydia Taylor. He was
accompanied by his wife, Mrs. Lup
ton, nd hit nephew, Thomas Car
ter, Jr. On their return trip they
sloped at Norfolk, Va. to visit Mr.
Lupton't brother. Dr. Charles H.
Lunton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Francis Tavlor
and children, Susan and Barbara,
Of Towspn, Md., were down fqr the
holiday week-end. Mr. Taylor was
recently elected chairman of the
National Aeronautical Board of
Weight, Engineers. Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor entertained as their woek
eni guest Attorney and Mrs. Phi
lip Roach of Baltimore.
Miss Alice Marie Taylor, steno
grapher for. the Unon Federal
Savingl and Loan Association,
Baltimore, spent the week end with
her mother, Mrs. Lydia Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. Taylor
of Durham, N, C. are spending
their vacation at their summer
at Liggett Myers Tobacco Co. Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Wheeler, Mrs. Tay
lor's parents, of Durham, tie
guests. o( the Taylors.
Mr. and Mrs. Alton P. Taylor
and children, Alton, Jr. and fian
dra, of Durham, N. C, visited his
mother, Mrs. Marietta Taylor on
the Fourth. Mr. Taylor is employed
at tupervisor at the Liggett Myers
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mulholland
II. and children, C.'C. Ill, Ronnie
and. Carl, of Durham, spent part
of their vacation at the Taylor
House Boat., Atlantic. While in
this vicinity they visited Mrs. Mul
holland't parents, Mr. and Mrs. ft.
G. Taylor. Mr- Mulhoand is
member of the Durham Sun staff,
i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 0. Taylor
of Sanford visited bit parents, Mr.
and Mrs, R. Q. Taylor, hit uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
H. Taylor and other relatives over
the holidays. Mr. Taylor is a sales
man for an Electrical Appliance
firm in 8anford.
THE TWb CITY TIMES (Eit.l936
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With F. C. SALISBURY, Mor head City
Speed demons who have boon
overhauled by the SUto Highway i
patrol driving black painled cars
will yet a better break in the fu
ture, for all of the patrol cars of
the slate are going back to the sil-vcr-aod-black
jobs they were be
fore 1942. When the needle on
your speedometer gets beyond the
local rate and you see a silver
streak in your rear mirror coming
you will now be able to tell that
it is a patrolman nfter you. Also
the public will be better able to
tell that the patrolmen are out
A $40,900.82 profit for 1947 was
marked up by the Atlantic and
North Carolina Railroad company,
holding company Jor the state
owned railroad running from this
city to Goldsboro. An audit re
leased by State Auditor Henry
Bridges showed the company took
in $126,710.53, including $120.
676.29 from the Atlantic and East
Carolina Railroad company; op
erators of the line. Expenditures
for the year totalled $76,281.06.
Construction work is underway
for a new Esso filling station at
the corner of 14th and Arendell
street, the former location of the
old Sloan house. This property
was recently purchased by the
Sound Chevrolet company, who,
il is understood, will operate the
station. About completed are a
number of class rooms and assemb
ly rooms in the basement of the
Franklin Memorial Methodist
church .which will give this so
ciety much-needed room for the
expansion of its Sunday School
work. The basemcnl rooms are
"Bauraav Ik Acilaa
Ths Golden Rule
Do unto others 09 you would have thra
do unto you Is f raternalism aa practiced
by Woodmen. Their fraternal an'd iQcjal
programs promote friendly fellowship.,'
Their Woodmen" life insurance program
protects them and their families against
' want.' .
Ask tn (oeqj Woodmea rtprMnfo(f?e f axplafn bow
ron can tnjoy the frcrtt rnaj comradeship ol Woodcraft,
qnd (a pac ol mind thai safe, sound Woodmn hw
anc protection prorldfs.
WOODMEN of the WORLD
Lite Insurance Society ' 4
ALT03 B. VICS, Cist Eep.
Cox 621, Phone II-9P-1
HsrehesJ Cily, U. C
THE RICHT ROAD
leached by a stairway from the
first floor Sunday School room in
the rear of the church. Remod
eling of the several work spaces
connected with the Morehead Mo.
tors building, converting them in
to small stores is underway. The
IWW.I miff AND ION IT CAM
KtOTECT VDU FKCM FIHANCIAL LOSS.
VEIL ADVISE IK MDHT KIND,
John Le Crump
& REAL ESTATE
823 Arendell St
first section on the south end is
completed and has been rented to
the Blanchards Electric Service
who have moved their place of
business from their location in the
A checkup on the building ac
tivities of the city have come thru
the issuing of building and re
pairing permits for the first six
months of the year show a total
of $223,970.00. Of this amount
the sum of $105,000 covered the
estimated cost of the Southern
Felt corporation plant which is a-
bount to be put in operation.
Air express service by the
Piedmont Airlines between this
city and Winston-Salem played
its part last week when the tank
er Niobe was m port for three
days. This snip asked for 50,
000. tax free cigarettes whkh
Rev. J. C. Griffin. Dastor nf.th
Free Will Baptist church of this
city, left Fridav mornlna hv motor
for Pocohontus, Ark., to attend the
National tree Will Baptist assocm-
and hopQ i$ tho first placo ta go- kV j
For tafety'i iak . . . bring oar cat ia fox a kshrieation and thoeough check-up
before von drive away en yoorv vacation. You'll enjoy smoother performance.
You'll M.fident.tlwt jtoucar ia in tip-top sliape, And, above aU yoyll
know that jfOH'ya dne eveytlua paajb)e to Inaurn tb, affa ol your, family
at a tjnie vhea wd surpniaf ro ma drifiag aara ejtrameljF fanpottanti
You 11 find we have tfce taetory-traioe4 mnahaaioa, tW modern equipment, and
QldmobJl rfrta eraTy thing It takes, to bandV every fpb,.
wptly, and efficiently. SefTje first ftj(iyfirt-ii come p. fas aervioa aapnl
T. O Wt It
tion which it in session this week
In that city. The association be
gan with- the Woman's Auxiliary
division, meeting, on Monday ami
the remainder of the week will he
taken up by the variput depart
ment! of the church and the re
gular annual association, " ;
If you are a car driver and your
surname begins with either a C
or D an4. you failed to take the
drivers license test before July 1st
you had better watch out for the
checkers. In order to take the
test since the time limit expired
in June you will have to have a
licensed driver operate your car
to the office of the examiner. The
driver must show . his permit and
report that he has driven the de
linquent license-seeker to the ex
aminer's office. If the delinquent
comes unaccompanied, he is sub
ject to arrest. -
' There was many a good laugh
in the "Naughty Nineties" revue
put on at the Roda Theatre at
Atlantic Beach on Friday night.
This revue was presented by a
group of boys from Camp More
head and much credit is due
them for the munner in which
they carried off the several
sketches. Most of the acts were
impersonation ol female charac
ters, from the graduated chorus
of small boys to the tall siren
of the barroom in the opening
Beauty queens selected by cities
and towns in the state will go on
exhibition Saturday afternoon at
Wrighttville Beach to he judged
Miss North Carolina of 1948. The
winner will enter the contest for
Miss America at Atlantic City.
Miss Viola Styron will represent
Morehead City and Miss Joyce
Johnson, of Beaufort, will compete
for that town. On Sunday morning
the winner will appear on the
beach in a bathine suit to nose far
members of the Photographers as
sociation. Equipped with a powerful eight
cylinder Diesel engine of 820 horse
power, the new menhaden boat,
the "Mattie H. Phillips," of Phil
lips Fisheries, came in from Nor
folk under its own power on Fri
day night, lying up at the More
head City Yacht Basin for the in
stalling of final eauipment. This
craft of 138 foot length and 22
foot beam was launched in this
city about a month ago and towed
to Norfolk, for the installing of the
motive power. It is expected that
the ship will be in readiness for
the early fall fishing.
can only he obtained from the
factory. A Rhone call by the
Freeman Writfrsate Groceries
at night1 for this shipment of ;
fag put them at the Beaufort
airport the next noon in time
for delivery to the ship.
The State Firemen's Convention
will meet next month at Fayctte
ville. A good delegation from tht
ri- rV.tarn?pp f th' citv !
planning to attend. It Is stated
- ivemni. on '
ta restores the hose races which
,tt yvpuiar u.iJ oi buch ai.
'v attraction up until a few yean
ago. v 4
Now that the 91st (?) annual
Fourth of July sailing races are
over with and the ghosts of for
mer. skippers have vanished in the
waters of Bogue Sound, the Sail
ing Club on Sunday started a six
weeks series of sailboat races to
be held each Sunday afternoon in
many classes. The weekly races
will have a finale known as the
Gib Arthur Memorial Regatta.
Story Of The Week
. We do not know the name o'
the writer of this article, so are
unable to give him credit. It was
published in a write-up of this sec
tion several years ago. The writer
says: "A French Huguenot sailed
the Atlantic in a wallowing sail
boat to plant the flag of bis faith
on Carteret soil years before North
Carolina became a star and a
stripe in the American flag.
: That was more than two cen
turies ago when all Europe was In
a political upheaval over religious
and Lower the Grade
of the Cured Leaf
Prompt shipment available
from nearby North Carolina
and South Carolina warehouse
points. Wire or call your orders
to us collect.
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aquipmanfi inapcea, traij oheck oooling
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rights, and when emigrants nearrS
every day left the "Old Country"
to, laupch, out on , the Atlantic's
Broad expanse, in search of a new
freedom in the land which Colum
bus djscofvered hvMW-f v
' More French. immigrants follow
ed that firct boat-load of Hucne
loots who made their bobm in Car
teret county, and on their heels,
came others English settlers, Swe
dish settlers, and Germans and
And it wasn't long before this
historic county, gained recognition
as a veritable paradise for settlers.
For Carteret county had rich lands
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