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A . J. Michael Moran, Society
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Faucette, of
Burlington spent the week end at
the Jefferson Hotel.
Mrs. W. C. Matthews and Mrs.
Gordon C. Willis spent Tuesday
in New Bern.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Willis
celebrated their 26th wedding an
niversary with a dinner party at
their home on Bridges Street last
Sunday. Fifteen friends of the cou
ple were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grace, of
Falamanca, N. Y., visited Mrs. H.
P. Scripture this week.
Mr. H. P. Scripture attended the
milk convention in Atlantic City
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Tolson, of
Ocracoke, returned homo yester
day after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Kdilh Davis spent last week
end in Raleigh where she attended
the Stale Fair and visited Mr. and
Mrs. George Wesley Williams.
Mrs. Marjnrie Oglesny is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. George Wesley
Williams, in Raleigh.
Mrs. J. Dewey Willis, Mis. I'ar
nell and Mrs. Fannie Robinson
.spent Tuesday in New Hern.
Mrs. II. M. Kure was a visitor in
New Bern Tuesday.
Miss Lee Gould left Sunday
night for I.os Angeles. California,
to resume her studies alter spend-
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ing a two weeks' vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Gould, of Morehead City. Miss
Gould, a registered nurse was' also
a student at William and Mary
College of Norfolk, Va.
Friends of Mrs. W. G. Oglesby
will regret to learn that she is ill
at her home on Arcndell Street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McBanc and
daughter. Patsy, spent the week
end with Mrs. McBane's sister,
Mrs. Gordon C. Willis.
Mr. lvey Wookcock attended the
State Fair last week rather than
Mrs. Wookcock as stated in Tues
Mrs. Ivey Wookcock is improv
ing at her home following a recent
B. L. Adams, of Miami, Flu., and
Fort Benning, Ga., will arrive to
day for a visit with his niece, Mrs.
Mrs. Alvah Whealtnn and son,
Alvah, Jr., of Black Creek, are
visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs. D. J. Hall was discharged
from the Morehead City Hospital
on Sunday and is recuperating at
her home on Arendell Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ferehec have
returned from a week's visit in
Washington, D. C.
Mrs. I). C. Sabiston, of Jackson
ville, N. C, was week end guest
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Briuson, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, returned home
yesterday alter visiting Mrs. Melis
sa Hrinson this past week.
Mrs. Norman Dunlap, of Detroit,
Mich., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Griffin.
Registered Nurses to Meet
The" Carteret County Registered
Nurses' Club will meet at the Fort
Macon Hotel on Wednesday, Nov.
3, at 7 p.m.
Local Girls to Attend
Birthday Dance at Lejeune
Young ladies trom Morehead
Citv and Beaufort will journey
to Camp Lejeune on November 10
to attend the annual Buthdav ball
in celebration of the Marines' an
niversary. Transportation will be furnished
by the Marine Corps and the bus
"wjjl leave Beaufort at 6:30 and
Morehead City immediately after
BELL'S DRUG STORE
Surprise Birthday Party
Given for Mrs. Haither
Mrs. S. W. Hatcher' was given a
lovely surprise birthday party by
her husband at the Recreation
Center on Wednesday evening.
Thirty friends were present and
enjoyed a Hallowe'en party wit't
games, bobbing for apples, and
fortunes told bjf Mrs. Tressa Vick
ers. Marshmallows and hot dogs
were roasted and served along
with delicious birthday cake and
Mrs. Hatcher received many at
Floating Bridge Club
Meets With Mrs. Howland
Mrs. W. A. Howland entertained
the Floating Bridge club on Wed
Guests were Mrs. S. J. Rabon,
Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Sadie
High score prize, a waste bas
ket, was won by Mrs. Julius Nel
son, Sr., while Mrs. Gene Hessee
received a relish dish for second
liigh. Mrs. Rabon received facia
tissues for guest high.
Upon arrival of the guests Mrs.
Howland served apple pic with
coffee and peanuts with cokes
were served (luring play.
Medical Auxiliary Formed
By Ladies of County
A luncheon was given at
home of Mrs. Ben Royal last
day at 1 p.m. to organize
auxiliary of the
A nominal ing !
committee was selected for the
election of officers, and those
elecle'd are: Mrs. N. T. Knnetl,
president; Mrs. Mason, vice-president,
Mrs. S. W. Hatcher, secre
tary and Mrs. 1,. W. Moore, trea
surer. The meetings are to he held the
second Monday of each month al
Mrs. M. B. Morey was re-elected
chairman of the committee for
obtaining subscriptions to the hv-
Drtinn tnni'uvinft in f nrohn:iH Cilu I
and Mrs. J. Wav in Beaufort. i
Mrs. G. L. Arthur Presents
'Proqram at Lanier Club
The Lanier Book Club met al
the Civic Center on Tuesday wilh
14 members present. Mrs. G. II.
Jackson was welcomed as a new
member and Mrs. Wimple as a
Miss Pearl Brinson, president,
presided over a short business ses
sion. Roll rail was given and min
utes of the last meeting were red
after which Mrs. Arendell read
the treasurer's report.
The meeting was then turned
over to Mrs. G. L. Arthur who
read a paper on the compilation
of the Bible. She told of the many
sizes of Bibles Irom those 1 inch
square up to huge sizes which arc
worth a great deal of money, Also,
she told of the years of untiring
labor which are needed to make
this Book possible for us.
Miss Brinson then served plum
pudding with nuts and carried out
the Hallowe'en motif in the re
freshments. A social hour fol
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Mr. and Mrs. Chester Edward Burgher, whose marriage was
solemnized in the Macon Methodist Church on Saturday, October
16. Mrs. Burgher is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.
t'. Piner, of Morehead City.
Tuesday Club Meets With
..ulMrs. Kenneth Wagner
Mrs. Kenneth Wagner entertain
ed the Tuesday evening bridge
club at her home on Arendell
Chrysanthemums were used
throughout the home for decora
tions. High score prize, a slick pin, was
won by Miss Corctta Thompson
and second high, also a stick pin,
went to Mrs. M. B. Morey.
The hostess served pineapple up
side down cake with nuts and cof-
as refreshments and cokes
were enjoyed during the progrcs-
I Mrs. Bob Shaw will entertain
I the club next week.
F.H.A. to Celebrate Its
j National F II A. will celebrate
i jts fourth anniversary the first
week in November. The Morehead
City Chapter of Future Homemak
ers of America began its celebra
tion by attending church on Sun
day at the Franklin Memorial
church. The pastor, Mr. W. D.
Caviness preached a splendid ser
mon on Christian Home Life.
On Tuesday evening, Nov. 2. the
chapter will entertain the other
chapters of Carteret county at the
Civic Center at their meeting
where the Stale F.H.A. president.
Lcatrice Hill, of Choqowinity, will
speak about her trip to the Na
tional F.H.A. convention in Kan
sas City last summer.
On Thursday in chapel, the F.
H. A. group will present a pro
gram on the meaning of F. H.
A., by giving their emblem ser
vice, after which two red rose
bushes, the official flower, will be
planted on the school lawn.
Shipyard Enjoys Oyster Roast
On Tuesday evening employees
of the Morehead City shipyard and
their wives enjoyed an oyster
roast. A delightful time was had
Rocky Mountain goats arc not
goats at all, but a type of antelope.
They belong to the ox family.
When alarmed they travel at a
stiff gallop but their customary
gait is a casual shuffle.
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Mrs. John D. Willis
Mrs. John D. Willis entertained
members of her bridge club on
Tuesday evening at her homo on
Mrs. Francis Wade was a guest
for the evening and received a
lovely box of handkerchiefs.
Club high, scented soap, was
won by Mrs. Jarvis Herring. Mrs.
George R. Nelson was consoled
with hand lotion.
The hostess served delicious
homemade carmel pecan cake with
ice cream and coffee.
Mrs. August Schrader was dis
charged Wednesday following a
Mrs. William II. Quinii, of New
port, was discharged yesterday fol
lowing a major operation.
Mrs. Lcb Buck, of Morehead
City, was discharged from the hos
pital on Tuesday. ,
Mrs. K. W. Copcland, of More
head City, Rt. 1, was discharged
from the hospital yesterday.
Mrs. Nettie Golden, of Beaufort,
RFD, was discharged from the hos
Mrs. Cecil C. Jones, of Newport,
Rt. 1, has been discharged from
Baby Marian Ann Smith, of At
lantic, was discharged from the
Mrs. U. E. Swann, of Beaufort,
was discharged from the hospital
Mrs. Franklin Willis, of New
port, RFD, was discharged on Tues
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BELL'S DRUG STORE
Mr. and Mrs. John Lasiew, of
Morehead City and Camp Lejeune,
announce the birth of daughter,
Bonnie Joyce, in the Morehead
City Hospital on October 26.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ray Hardi
son, of Havelock,: announce the
birth, of a son, James Ray, in the
Morehead City Hospital on October
Mr. and Mrs. David Freeman, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of a son, William Mitchell, in the
Morehead City Hospital on Oct
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Day, of
Roe, announce the birth of a son,
Rodney Allan, on October 25 in
the Morehead City Hospital.
Mr. and MYs. William H. La
moreaux, of Atlantic, announce the
birth of a son, Harold Mace, in the
Morehead City Hospital on Oct
Mr. and Mrs. George Jones, of
Harkers Island, announce the
birth of a daughter, Daisey Alecn,
in the Morehead City Hospital on
Mr. and Mrs. Quenton Ncal Wil
lis, of Beaufort, announce the birth
of a daughter, Millie Patricia, on
October 25, in the Morehead City
The average adult opossum
weighs nine pounds and is about
the size of a house cat.
Snakes and fish have cars but
these ears have no outside open
ings. They "hear" mostly through
vibrations in the ground or water.
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Plains, plaids, woolens, and cord
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They're warm, wintry,
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Come in today and see this
new shipment hi sizes 24 to 30
... and they're priced ever so low!
$5.98 - $12.95
Oct. 29 -- Messrs. Arthur Good
win and Roland Lupton left Sun
day morning for Tamaqua, Pa.,
they will return last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Powers, of
Norfolk, Va., arrived here Sunday
afternoon to visit her brother, Mr.
Morgan Goodwin. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, Jr.
spent a few days last week to Ocra
coke visiting her relatives.
Miss Iris Mason, of Stacy, spent
the week end here with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Daniels.
Mrs. John Styron took her son,
Mack to Beaufort to the doctor
Saturday. Mack has been confined
Momhy, Nov. 1, 1948
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THAN YOU THINK
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Today while stocks arc new
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FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 29, IMS
at home for over a year ndjve
would be very glad to see nim
get well again.
Mrs. Irene Sandelin and grand-
and Mr. James Arthur, ot
Norfolk, Va., returned home Tues
day after spending a .few Myl
here with their brother, MorgaTf
"A number, of Atlantic High
School students from here attend
ed the State Fair at Raleigh last
Mr. Earl Styron, of Bogue In
let C. G. station, spent his leave
here last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Styron.
More eevsers exist in Yellon;!
stone than in all the rest of UK
Prize $25.00 Permanent J
EngaRi-nient Ring $350.00
Also $100.00 to $3400.00
Wedding Ring $12.50
Ladies Birth Stone Rings
As Low As $12.50
Ronson Lighters, Also
Pencil Lighters $6.50 to $18.00