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A Merger of THE BEAUF03T NEWS (Established 1912) and THE TWIN CITY TIMES (Established 1936)
38th YEAR NO. 18.
BEAUFORT AND MOREHEAD CITY, NORTH CAROLINA FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1948
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYfe
S , .
Miss Viola Styron Presents
Spanish Dance for Jaycees
Says in Report
Current Quarterly Ratings
Cover Half ot , County's
The eating places of Carteret
county have in general raised their
standards during the past half
year, according to the latest rat
irgs released this week by A. B.
Fulford, sanitarian, through the
The ratings were, for the most
part, higher, and the county was
not forced to close any establish
ment during the last quarter.
The state requires that all eat
ing places be inspected twice a
year. The figures just released
include ratings of approximately
half of the county's eating estab
lishments, all of which were in
spected during April, May, and
June. The rest of the eating places
were rated during January, Feb
ruary and March.
All the establishments will be
inspected' once more this year.
The ratings for the county's
meat markets, also given in the
renort, will be published Tuesday.
The inspections and ratings
were made by A. B. Fulford, sani
tarian. They are as follows: Moore's Mo
tor Court, Atlantic Beach, 92.0;
Villa Queen, Money Island. 91.0;
and Oceai. Drive, Money Island,
Among the restaurants were
Carolina Grill. Beaufort, 815;
Oceaa Gritt, Morehead City, 91A
Copland's, kWbai OtyDlK
Royal Soda Shop, Morehead City,
91.0; Sanitary Restaurant, More
head City, 90.5.
Fred's Bar B-Q, Beaufort, 90.0;
Queen Diner, Atlantic Beach, BO O;
Pine Tree Inn, Morehead City, 90.
O: Busy Bee, Morehead City, 90.0;
HIbb's Soda Lunch, Newport, 90.
o. ' : . :.. '
Stanley's, Morehead City, 90.0;
Rods Soda Shop, Atlantic Becah;
90.0; Waterfront Cafe, Morehead
The Griddle. Beaufort, 90.0; Wil
son's Lunch, Harkers Island, 90.0;
Thompson's Fireside, Swansboro,
90.0; Garment Lunch, Morehead
Cltv, 86.5; Highway Cafe, New
Mason's Lunch, Atlantic, 84.5;
Curve Inn, Morehead City, 84.5;
Dee's Lunch, Beaufort, 83,5;
Broad Street Lunch, Beaufort, 83.
5; Sam's Cafv, Morehead City, 82.0.
Anchor Inn, Morehead City, 81
5; 'Willis Inn, Morehead City, 81.
5; Broadway Cafe, Morehead City,
81.5; Brunswick Cafe, 81.0; Jewel's
Shore Diner, Atlantic Beach, 81.0.
Atlantic Cafe, Atlantic, -80.5;
Amy's Grill, Morehead City, 80.5;
Pittman's Lunch, Beaufqjt, 80.5;
Riverview Cafe, Bettie, 80.5; Chad
wick's Lunch, Smyrna,1 80.0.
Sportsman's Cafe, Beaufort, 80.
0; Smith's Oyster Bar, Causeway,
80.0; Edgewater Club, Morehead
Citv,78.5; Taylor's Cafe, Harlowe,
Trash Can Explosion
Results in Fire Tuesday
An explosion resulting in fire
occurred Tuesday night when a
match was carelessly discarded in
a trash barrel at the Texaco dock
on Front street in Beaufort be
tween 8:30 and 9 p. m. ,
The explosion Vas minor and is
believed to have been caused when
a smaU quantity of gasoline at the
bottom of the refuse can wis
ignited, Julius Duncan, assistant
chief, reported. '
The blazing trash can, which
brought many people to the scene,
was soon extinguished by the fire
department and no damage was
Morton Davis is Texaco agent at
S. S. Fori FeHerman
Unloads at Port Terminal
The & S. Fort Fetterman, a
tanker, docked at Port Terminal
Monday to unload cargo of gaso
line and kerosene. The tanker was
from Baytown, Texas, r ! v
Next week two, more tankers,
th S. S. Silver Peak from Baton
Rouge, Louisiana, carrying a cargo
of kerosene, and the S. S. Loida,
Panamanian ship, carrying asphalt
tand fuel oil, from Aruba, will dock
at- Port Terminal, ; The crew a
board the Loida is Greek. :
Miss Morehead City of 1948, Vio
la Styron, performed an original
dance to Spanish music at the
weekly meeting of the Morehead
City Junior Chamber of Commerce
Monday night in the Carteret Re
The performance was given so
that Miss Styron could rehearse
before an audience previous to par
ticipating in the annual Miss North
Carolina Beauty pageant to be held
at Wrightsville Beach Saturday,
July 17. Talent as well as beau
ty is a determining factor in the
A recommendation by the seni
or Chamber of Commerce to build
a bridge from Mill Creek across
the Newport river to Crab Point
was voted on and passed by the
The text of the proposal, which
was presented by Dr. S. W. Hat
cher of the senior Chamber, reads
as follows: "We, the undersigned
citizens, business men and organ
izations of Morehead City do heart
ily endorse the proposed bridge
across Newport River from the
Mill Creek section of Carteret
county to Crab Point and respect
fully urge an immediate survey
to determine the feasibility of
construction of this bridge."
Jimmy Webb was awarded a $5
prize for scoring the most points
in the Jaycees' bowling tourna
ment. The presentation was made
by Bernard Leary.
Sympathies were extended to
Frank Hatton, Jaycee and adver
tising salesman of THE ' NEWS
TIMES, who was taken to the hos
pital with a collapsed lung Monday
As a future project, the Junior
Chamber is considering holding
a dance. A name band will per
form. Two Men Damage
Judge Orders Them to Pay
$150 Fine Each in Re
Two young roen, Coy T. Wray
and Frank Dorrough, received sus
pended sentences of one year and
were placed on five years' good Be
havior on a charge of destruction
of property Tuesday morning in
recorder's court, Beaufort, before
Judge Lambert R. Morris. They
were ordered also to pay a
fine of $150, with $100 of each
fine to go to R. R. Barbour, owner
of a watermelon patch which the
two defendants damaged.
Wray and Dorrough first came
into Barbour's bad graces when
they tried to steal watermelons
Sunday but were caught, according
to evidence presented. ' The two,
angered at Barbour, returned the
next day and cut up the patch to
the extent of $200 damage, Bar
In gaining the conviction, Bar
bour and his counsel, Claud R.
Wheatly, Jr., brought numerous
pictures of the scene before the
court as evidence.
The defendants were also taxed
with court costs on an additional
charge of stealing watermelons.
A third youth, Sgt. Oscar T.
Montgomery, was charged with aid-1
ing and abetting in stealing of wa-!
termelons, but the case against him
was dismissed when Wray and Dor
rough said he had no part in the
act. Montgomery, who drove the
two men to the watermelon patch,
Said he did know what they were
Ia dismissing the charge, Judge
Morris advised Montgomery to
"keep better company."'
Three couples were convicted
by the court on charges of fornica
tion and adultery, with each of the
female defendants being sentenced
to six months at the house of cor
rection at - Raleigh - and each of
the male defendants fined $25.
The defendants were Virginia
Frazier and Charlie Woodberry,
Sadie Pettaway and Willie Henly,
and Lillian Cbadwick and Samuel
Randolph T. Watts was convict
ed of drunk driving and was sen-
See COURT Page f
Flooded Oil Stove Earns
At Marion Webb Home
The Morehead City Fire depart
ment wa called out Tuesday at
5 p. m. to extinguish a blaze caus
ed by a flooded oil stove in the
borne o Marion S. Webb, 24th and
Fisher streets. No serious loss re
salted from the fire, which was
quickly put out : v
. The alarm was sent in at box 24.
.Replies to Char
Raymond Ball, Farm Bureau Officer,
Relays Report on European Farming
Turn Up in County
Three Suspects Released
After Arrest Sunday at
Upon notification by Carteret
county state highway patrolmen,
New Bern authorities arrested
three men from Jackosnville Sun
day who were thought to be pass
ers of counterfeit $20 bills.
Two phoney twenties were pass
ed in this area on Sunday and an
other was discovered Monday at
the Carolina Telephone and Tele
graph office, Morehead City, ac
cording to Cpl. V. L. Spruill, head
of the county highway patrol of
fice. The thrpe suspects, Norman C.
Ottaway, Holly Ridge, Sam O. Me
legan. and Finnie Croome were re
leased from the Craven county jail
Monday afternoon without bond
after secret service men said they
bad no charges' to prefer against
When they were arrested they
had in their car a large quantity
of bills amounting to $1,000. Cra
ven county authorities said. Seventy-one
one-dolar bills were found
in the. pocket of one of the men
in addition to three or four ten
See COUNTERFEIT BILLS Pg. 6
To Home Ports
Three Navy transports carrying
reserve Marines from Camp Le
jeune to their home ports stopped
at Port Terminal this week. The
U.S.S. Okaloosa, largest of the
three, docked there Sunday and
the remaining two, the Kleinsmith
(A.P.D. 134) and the Burdo (A.P.
D. 133) put in from 8 to 11 a.m.
The Okaloosa took Marines to
Brooklyn, N. Y. The Kleinsmith,
a destroyer transport, was carrying
the ,15th Engineer company to
Lynn, Mass., and the Burdo, also
a destroyer transport, -was remov
ing the 18th Engineer company to
Portland, Maine. The Marines had
been stationed at Camp Lejeune
for two weeks' training.
There- were 280 Marines aboard
the destroyer transports and ap
proximately twice that number on
Captain H. W. Hall was in com
mand of the Kleinsmith and Cap
tain Gibson had charge of the Bur
Army Recruiting Office
To Open at Beaufort Hut
A loeal Army and Army Air
Force recruiting station will be
maintained at the Beaufort Amer
ican Legion hut between the hours
of 10 a. m. and 12 noon every
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
beginning Monday. ,
Sergeant 3. W. Ferguson, local
recruiting officer of the United
States Army Air Force announced
that the station will be permanent
if it is of any help in increasing
the number of local enlistments or
of providing information concern
ing enlistment. '
" Previous to the establishment of
this new station, Sergeant Fergu
son travelled locally to personally
contact young men between the
ages of 19 and 25. Now, interest
ed men can conveniently reach
him in the new office three days a
week. At any other time, they may
contact C. L. Beam, also at the hut
in Beaufort for information.
Raymond Ball, president of the
Carteret County Farm bureau, to
day commented on a report receiv
ed from the State Fmm Bureau
office on the s'.'idy farm bureau
leaders here have made on the
agricultural production of Euro
R. Flake Shaw, North Carolina's
Farm bureau executive vice presi
dent, assisted with this program
and reports that the near record
production of crops will still leave
the European people inadequately
fed. However, their grain crop is
extremely good, he commented.
Their hay crop has been harvested
and the potato crop in the seven
countries visited l.s in sufficient
quantity to meet the needs of the
people the first time in a number
of years, reported the officer.
Increased crop production these
countries depends to a great ex
tent on ability of United States
to furnish more fertilizer and
seeds, said Mr. Shaw. In view of
this situation, the committee is
of the opinion that United States
farmers can expect little relief
in some time regarding the short
age of fertilizer materials.
i ' livestock production is
wejTvnaintaioed but much oekiw
prewax level, the agriculture in
vestigaters discovered. ,Tbis is
largely due to shortages of hard
grain and other concentrates
which these countries will never
be able to produce in sufficient
quantity to supply livestock needs,
they reported. European farmers
Jiave done ah excellent job of
bringing agriculture production up
to near pre-war levels under tre
mendous handicaps, the commit
tee concluded. They said that in
visiting people of the various
countries they found their hopes,
desires, and aspirations similiar
to those of Americans. The peo
ple of these countries regard the
United States as the leading world
power and feel that the Marshall
Plan is necessary to attain Euro
pean Recovery, according to Mr.
The committee feels that the
recovery of the sixty million peo
ple of 'Germany is essential to the
future of world peace. There is
a tremendous' job of educating
both youth and adult not only in
guiding production into peace
time use, but educating her' peo
ple into peaceful ways of life.
Beaufort Board Orders Crack-Down
On Sanitation Ordinance Enforcement
Strict enforcement of both the
sanitary and general cleanliness
ordinances was ordered by 'Beau
fort's town commissioners at their1
monthly session Monday night in
the town hall. J:
Starting August 1, fines Und
other penalties will be levied on
owners who neglect to cut down
weeds or permit trash to accural ate
on their properties. And onty 30
days more was granted in which to
comply with sanitary recommenda
tions made some months ago by
Health Officer N. T. Ennett. For
the most part Dr. Ennett's recom
mendations concerned plumbing
and sewage disposal.
Commissioner J, O. Barboun fol
lowed up this town housecleaning
move with a motion that Beaufort
pass a plumbing ordinance. This
will require hiring a plumbing in
spector to enforce the law. A sam
ple plumbing ordinance wiU be ob
tained and discussed at the August
Believing that extension of 4he
town limits would entail too much 1
additional expense, commissioner;!
taDiea the proposal involving Ut
taking of Highland Park and Fror
Street extended into the corpora'
Although the board passed l
ordinance in October 1947 limitin
the cabs in Beaufort to njne, the
granted Lionel Arthur, a disable I
' - I
Bonner, County Officia'
A power sub-station, a replica
of Morehead City's, will be built
in Beaufort, Tide Water Power
company officials assured mem
bers of Beaufort's power commit
tee at a luncheon meeting Tues
This substation is part of the
plan involving erecilon of a 33,
000 volt line from Cherry Point
to Beaufort by way of route 101.
The 33.000 volt line from Cherry
Point via Newport will be connect
ed to the new one by an overhead
link from Morehead City to Beau
fort. Cost of this project is estima
ted at $297,000 and will be com
pleted in March, according to the
present schedule. In the mean
time, power company officials', A.
E. Jones and George Conant, as
sured the committee that plants
in Beaufort and Morehead City
will be maintained so that there
will be assurance of "essential ser
Should there be an outtage this
means that water supply and ser
vice to the hospital will be main
tained, tihay explained. Diesel
equipment for the auxiliary plant
in Beaufort was shipped July 6 and
in 30 dajls Beaufojrt's auxilairly
plant should be in top condition,
Mr. Jones stated.
New Cable to Go Up
The cable transmitting power to
Beaufort over Gallant's channel
bp permanently pbHt-d
aboot two weeks and comply with
federal specifications. Mr. Con
ant said. George Stovall, local
Tide Water Power manager, re
ported that materials required for
placing the cable were shipped
At present the cables are hang
ing low over the water, prevent
ing passage of boats through the
highway and railroad draws. How
ever, the powr was cut off in Beau
fort late Monday afternoon when
a boat was permitted through. The
lop rigging damaged the lines put
up as an emergency measure sev
eral weeks ago when the under
water cable cut out and Beaufort
was without full electrical service
for 14 hours. ,
release this week from the dis
trict engineer's office, Wilming
ton, states that the overhead line
will have a vertical clearance of
87.5 feet above mean low water
and 85 feet above mean high wa
ter. It will be approximately 75 feet
south of and parallel to the Beau
fort and Morehead City railroad
bridge. Any objections to the pro
posed construction, the notice said,
See POWER PLANT Page 6
war veteran, permission to operate
William Hatseli, clerk, was re
quested to write B. H. Noe, build
ing inspector, and Dalton Eubanks,
fire chief, in respect to the work
they are doing in seeing that
buildings in the town are safe for
Salaries of town policemen were
raised. This was done instead of
hiring an additional man to check
parking meters. The chief's salary
went from $150 to $200 a month,
and salaries of the other two pat
rolmen were raised from $150 to
Beaufort Cannery was granted
permission to distribute payment
for sewer installation over a period
of five years. Cost of the sewer,
running, from the cannery and con
netting with the town system,
amounts to $535. Payments will be
A new police patrol wagon is on
cider, the board was informed.
Because Beaufort deal en said they
were unable to supply the typa re
Quired, the order has been pheed
with Sound Chevrolet company,
j To jnake the Broad street-Live
Dak intersection safer, the board
Tiu request the state to place a
lop sign west of Live Oak street
(Highway 70) on Broad.
' Contract to audit the town's
book for the fiscal year 1947-48
-as awarded to Williams and Wall
I sleigh. . .
by Hospital Group
New Power Plant
The NEWS-TIMES Offices
Observe Hours 9 to 5
The News-Times office at 120
Craven street, Beaufort, former
ly The Beaufort News office, is
open every week day as usual
from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. with the
exreplion that the office is gen
erally closed on Saturdays at
noon. These hours are observed
also at TIIK NEWS-TIMES of
fice in Morehead City.
The Beaufort office of THE
NEWS-TIMES stocks deed
blanks and other stationary
items and an announcement will
be made in the near future of
the complete stationary line
which will be regularly available
at the Beaufort office. The
phone number of the Beaufort
office is Beaufort 448-1.
Two Women Hospitalized,
Firechief Estimates Dam
age at $5,000
Fast work by the Newport fire
department kept damage at a mini
mum Tuesday morning when the
home of I. S. Garner, Market St.,
Newport, caught fire. Two women
were injured in the blaze and dam
age to the house and furniture has
been estimated by the Newport
fire chief, Benny R. Garner, at
The alarm was sent in at 1:15
a. m. and all but three of New
port's 25 firemen reported. The
fire started in the kitchen in the
buck of the house and travelled
through the dining room and hall.
The remainder of the house did
Fire Chief Garner said he be
lieved the fire originated from a
short circuit in the kitchen refrig
erator. The firemen fought the blaze
for 45 minutes with a 500 gallon
booster tank. Over 1,500 gallons
of water was used. Garner said
that when the fire finally was un
der control it mysteriously ''all
went out at the same time."
.The two injured women are
Mrs. Madeline Rivers and her
mother, Mrs. Lila Garner, and both
were sent to Morehead City hos-
See HOME BURNS Page 6
In 'Jam Session
Three cars were damaged in
"jam session" at 6:20 Wednesday
night in the 800 block . of Evans
street, Morehead City. The cars
belonged to Mrs. Owen G. Dunn,
New Bern,-Sgt. Robert Albanese,
Brooklyn, N. V., and Miss Ruth
Peeling, Beaufort. .
Sergeant Albanese, proceeding
east on Evans, street and Mrs.
Dunn, proceeding west on Evans
street, attempted to pass each
other in front, of office of THE
NEWS-TIMES where Miss Peel
ing's car was parked.
The left side of Mrs. Dunn's car,
a 39 Lincoln Zephyr, was scrap
ed, the rear fender on Miss Peel
ing's car, a '40 Chevrolet coupe,
was dented, and Sgt. Albanese's
car, a '36 Chevrolet was slightly
Damage to the three, cars has
been estimated at approximately
$50. Office Carl Blomberg, of the
Morehead City police force, inves
tigated. No charges were preferred
afainst either driver. Sergeant
Albanese, Marine working at
Cherry Point, agreed to pay the
cost of repair to the cart. ,
For State Title
Miss Joyce Johnson, Miss
Viola Styron to Represent
Carteret county's two beauty
queens, Miss Joyce Johnson, Beau
fort, and Miss Viola Styron, More
head City, will compete for the
MUs North Carolina title this week
end nt Wrightsville Beach.
Miss Johnson will motor to Wil
mington today with her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I,.
R. Mahrt, of Dayton, Ohio. Miss
Styron left yesterday by car with
hpr mother, Mrs. Znck Styron, her
aunt, Mrs. M. S. Webb, and her
cousin, Thomas L. Noe.
The contest will take place at 9
o clock Saturday night in the Lu
mina ballroom and the coronation
of Miss North Carolina will be at
11 o'clock. According to present
) See QUEENS Page 6
Scout Troop 51
C. R. Hassell, scoutmaster of
troop 51, Beaufort, was presented
with the troop's charter by Dr. W.
L. Woodard, secretary-treasurer of
the Rotary club at Tuesday night's
meeting in the Inlet inn.
Committeemen and Rotary Scout
representatives were also present
ed with their official cards. These
went to Robert M. Williams, Dr.
Woodard, Mr. Hassell, Edward
Nelson, and J. P. Pietrzykowski.
Rufus Sewell, also a committee
man, was not present. Mr. Nelson
and Mr. Pietrzykowski, assistant
scoutmasters, and Mr. Hassell were
the club's guests.
In accepting the charter, Mr.
Hassell remarked that Scouting in
Carteret county is on the up
swing. Troop 51, he remarked, is
the oldest in the Carteret county
council and a veteran of 10
years in the East Carolina coun
cil. Dr. Woodard in his speech of
presentation, remarked that the
Scout committeemen are consid
ering possibility of having the
State Scout camporee in this coun
ty next year.
N. F. Eure, In charge of last
night's meeting, told Rotarians
that they had a right to be proud
of the part .their organization
played in Scouting, especially in
the building of the Scout building
on Pollock street. ;
Stanley Woodland, vtsltmg Ro
larian from Morehead City, who
nas played a major role in Scout
ing, spoke briefly. He expressed
pleasure at the progress . the
movement is making and said that
he believed progress is due to in
troduction of new leaders.
He wished the Scoutmasters luck
and said, "I hope you fellows get
as much out of Scouting as
Friday, July 16 .
4:15 a.m. 10:29 a.m.
4:51 p.m. ' 11:36 p.m.
Saturday, July 17
5:18 a.m. 11:23 a.m.
9:43 p.m. -
Sunday, July 18
6:10 a.m. 12:80 a.m.
6:33 p.m. v 12:19 p.m.
1 Monday, July 19
6:96 a.m. 1:16 a.m.
7:22 p.m. 1:03 a m,
Tuesday, July 26
7:42 a.m. 1:97 a.m.
8:00 p.o. . . . 1:47 p.m.
Dr. K. P. B. Bonner, chairman
ot the county board of commission
ers, today presented the county's
view of the Morehead City hospital
problem in a letter to THE NEWS
TIMES. Dr. Bonner stated that S. A.
Chalk, chairman of the hospital
board, and the committee which
nppciired before the county board
Monday, "gave THEIR version Of
the problem. This, Dr. Bonner as
sorted, will create a false impres
sion in the minds of the public.
In his talk to the county com
missioners Monday Mr. Chalk
slated (hut the hospital was going
deeper into debt daily by caring
for welfare patients whose bills
wc'c not covered by welfare or
(ieorge W. Dill, Jr., mayor of
Morehead City, told the commis
sioners that Morehead City felt
as though it was bearing the brunt
hospital expense which should be
borne by the county as a whole.
Dr. Bonner's comments on the
matter appear below:
July 14, 1948
To the Editor:
In the July 14th issue of The
Nevjs-Timw, the feature article
appearing on the front page gave
an account of the appearance of
the hospital committee before the
Board of Commissioners on Mon
day last. The account, in large
type, read "Hospital Committee
Requests Increase in County
Funds." In somewhat smaller
type, a sub-heading reads "County
Charges Run Hospital Into Debt,
Here are the facts and the his
tory in connection with the opera
tion of the hospital: In 1938, and
for many years previous, the hos
pital was being operated at a con
siderable annual financial loss. It
was considered fair and just that
some revenue should be provided
to compensate for the charity
cases treated in the hospital; for
which up until that time the coun
ty had made no provision. To pro
vide such funds for the use of
the hospital, a bill was drawn and
enacted into law by the General
Assembly of 1939,-whereby 5 per .
cent of the gross sales of the More
bead City A. B. C. store was al
located to the use of the hospital.
Such a presentation of the primary
object for the enactment of the
law was made to the General As
sembly at the time the bill war
introduced, and was the sole rea
son for the division to the hospital-
Let us now turn to a considera
tion of the financial assistance tho
hospital has had since the passage
of this law, The hospital has been
paid approximately $125,000 in the
past nine years; or art average of
better than $13,000 per year. It ia
See DR. K.P.B. BONNER Page
To Sponsor Tour
stratlon clubs are
tour to Manteo Wednesday, July .
28, to see "The Lost Colony." 7;
The bus being chartered will
accommodate 37 persons, Mrs.
Carrie B. Gillikin, home demon
Rtration agent .announced today.
Bus fare will be $6.20 per person.
The group will spend Wednesday
night at the Manteo Naval Air sta
tion. Cost will be $3 per person
This will include supper, sleeping
accommodations and breakfast
Thursday morning, July 29, when '
the trip home will be made.
Each person going on the trip
should take his own bed clothing
and towels, Mrs, Gillikin sajtj.
Mrs. Gillikin or chairmen in any
of the communities listed befyw
may be contacted for information
about the tour. 4-
Those planning to go should
make a $3 deposit by Saturday,
July 24. . '
Community chairmen are the
following: Mrs. Cecil Morris At
lantic, Mrs. Hugh Pake, Bettie,
Mrs. Kenneth McCabe. Camp
Glenn, Mrs. Rufus Oglesby, Crab
Point. . . . . - (;t :
Mrs. Alma Luoton. Cedar ''is- '
land, Mrs. Bessie Carraway, Mer
nmori, Mrs. Paul Beachem, North
Kiver. Mrs. vannie WUlia, Otway, ?
Mrs. Lee Gamer, Russell's Creek. '
Mrs. Leta Skinner, Mil Creek.
Mrs. Clyde- Taylor, Harlowe
Cor,p Creek, Mrs. C. A. McCabe,
Wildwood, Mrs. Pauline Wade, '
WiUistcn, and Mrs. Virginia Sah.
iston, Wire grass. .,,