:. TOESPAt. OCToBEB 26, 1948
CARTERET COUVTY WEWS.TIMES, MOREITEAfi CITY AND REAlTOllT. II. C
itauifnrt Uncial ;Me(us
jfuMrs. J. Michael Moran, Society Editor
, (Williams Eads, of. Cliff, Now i lips, of Greensboro, were guests at
$qxico, is here with his wife who the Inlet Inn on Wednesday.
.lsi visiti ig her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Churles Mason.
Mrs. E. D. Hunter, and Miss
Genevieve Burton and Mrs. J. l'aul
Davenport, were guests at the In-
vtMrs, Ed Davidson and son, Paul,
ftttlH return Sunday from Binning- j Jet Inn Tuesday night
lum. Ala., where they have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. V. David
son for the, pasi ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rtveiidge
spent the weekend at Mesic with
and Mrs. Wiley S. Mayo.
.lohn S Bevericlge of Mi'P.oim ikv
?la. is here visiting relatives.
Mrs. Lottie Adams and Mis
onzell Lewis .spent Satin day in
Mrs. Alex Nfirris and Mrs. Ho
l)ert Jones spent Tuesday in New
Item with Mrs W. A. Neal.
Mrs. Jack Styron ami bahy
i daugljter. E a Jane, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Reddiek in
Mrs. Etta Pigott, of Gloucester,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Annie
Mrs. L. W. Hassell Given "
Surprise Birthday Party
Mr. L. W. Hassell was given a
surprise pnrty in honor of her six
tyfifth birthday on Monday eve
ning at her home on Front Street.
The party was given by Mrs.
Hassell's children and they were
all present with the exception of
one son who makes his home in
Delicious punch with cookies
was served during the evening.
Mrs. Hassell received manv love
Children's Choirs Seek
Funds for Choir Robes
- To raise money for choir robes
the Junior and Sunshine choirs of
Ann Street Methodist church will
present a program in the church
at 7:30 Sunday night.
Choir directors are Mrs. I.el'i G.
Mrs. George J. Brooks left today
to spend ten days in Fort Jackson, !
! ! Willis and Mrs. Gwendolyn Morn
j ing. Organist will be Mrs. Ruth
Misses Janet and Iris Davis will Butler,
spend-th.' weekend in Wake Forest The senior choir recently hit
with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Staton. 1 chased maroon choir robes which
i were worn for the first time this
Mrs. Marguerite Hussey
Funeral services for Mrs. Mar
guerite Parsons Hussey, 43, of
Core-Creek Harlowe Club
Attends Dinner Meeting
At tables lighted by candles and
graced with lavendar and white t
pom-pom chrysan.hemunis, the
'.Caufort, Who died Tliesdsy after- rnrn rrPPk.Hrlnu-n hnmn rtmnn.
Man it Duke hospital after sev- stration club recen(ly heid a din.
cralmont.is i lness were con- ner and rPcrea,ion, meeting r
iuctcd yesterday afternoon in the Core Creek eommUnity build
lackv ell Memorial church. Eliza-; ina
beth City. The Rev. Finlatar of-
irbt.vi. Interment was in the Blazing fires ii large fireplaces
family plot in Hollywood ceine-. Warmed the room. Dinner cun;
.cry, Llizi.bith Ci.y. fisted of fried chicken, cvndiei
sweet potatoes, potato salad, slaw
Hess y s husband, Dr. Fay t,inc pnii.,rHa r,,i.h9 i,.,ti.
Mrs. John C. Pake, jr. whose
marriage was solemnized on S 't
urday. October 23rd. Mrs. Pake
is the former Miss Gloria Faye
lewis of Morehead Citv.
Lee Hussey, died two years ago.
He was a prominent dentist in
;iiz::beth City and practiced den
lt.try also in Be.ufort.
Mrs. Hussey attended school in
"lizabe'th City and later became
a beautician. She was owner and
"ei.tir of the Ann Street Beauty
j shop, Beaufort.
Survivors include two daugh
'ers. f,:rs. Brooks Libs, of Beau-
beans, dessert, and coffee.
Gtops fd contests were con
ducted, by Miss Josephine Stantoi
and ?roup singing concluded tin
meeting. Home demonstration clu'
members and thejr families at
j been in declining health for somi
I llo k cnrvivikil w hie iL'irlmi'
fort, and Rita Fay Hussey, who is Mls. Martha Mason;' a rtaIlfc,hter
mm in r i -Miei i iiv: iwo sis
Jrs. John (i. Jones and Mrs. Ill-
Davis have returned from
It recent visit to New York.
Winnie Mason is visiting
G. Walters in La Grange.
Lizzie Chadwick Circle
I r ar n . i i
Tones will go to : Meets With Mrs. Kichards
Mr. and Mrs. John Seavy. of
ufallo, N. Y . are maki n their
Kline with Mrs. Scivv s nimhcr.
Irs. Sally Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Phil-
Raleigh this week end to visit her
Mr. and Mrs. I. Mason, of New
Bern, spent Sunday with Mrs. L.
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CITY APPLIANCE C0IIPAIIY
ROY HAMILTON C. Z. CUAPPELL ,
Front Street B 325- . Beaufort
Mrs. T. A. Richards entertained
the Lizzie Chadwick circle of the
Ann Street Methodist Church at
her home last Monday evening
Devotionals were uive.i by Mrs.
Ben Jones and Mrs. R. W. Sal'iit.
Jr.. nave the paper for the evening
Fourteen members were present.
Mrs. R'chards carried oat the
Hallowe'en motif in the refresh
Attend Funeral Of Mrs. Hussey
Those attending the funeral of
Mrs. Marguerite Parsons Hussey
in Elizabeth City yesterday were
Mrs. Hubert Fodric, Mrs. Otis Jef
ferson. Mrs. Bonnie Davant, Mrs,
Opal Lewis, Mrs. Dave Merrill.
Mrs. Henry Hut sell, Mrs. James
Noe, Mr. ad Mrs. Dick Parker.
Miss Virginia Gillikin, and Mr
and Mrs. Hugh Hill.
Miss Gloria Lewis Is
I Wei to J. C. Pake, Jr.
I Mi. R. E. Lewis, of Moreherd
; City, has announced the marriage
of his daughter, Gloria Faye. to
J. C. Pake, Jr.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. John iC. Pake, of Reaufort.
The wedding took nlace Satur
day. October 23rd. at the home of
Dr. John H. Hunn. pastor of the
First liaptist Church in Marehead j
I The bride wore a white suit with ;
black accessories and a corsage of ,
red roses. i
Auenuing nie weUdini! were
Mrs. Ralph Pake. Mrs. Hradly
Mcintosh. Mrs. Howard Swain and
Miss Minnie Pake.
Mrs. Pake will continue her edu
cation here and later join her
husband at Memphis, Tenn. where
he will be stationed for further
duty following his extended furlough.
j Will ( It;,
'.!' !''ev ;
'i r, bee.
Mrs Hailev Niplsntv two s ins Avoi
Mercer B:.iley. Eliza- M.lsIm and Lotimar Mason: two
Ml S. Vema ' I arkingtnn, 1 sisters Mrs lrnH.l Hill .-.nrt Mrs
. and two brothers, Percy
Andrews, and James
Walter Smith; and u brother, El
bert Mason. All reside in Atlantic.
Clement T. Adams
Funeral services for Clement T.
Adams, who died in action in Ger
many, will be held at the Newport
Church of God Sunday a! 2:30
o'clock. The Rev. Millard Muy
narri will officiate.
Mr. Adams was the son of Mrs
Leth-a Salter, of Newoort He -s
killed in Heinburg, Germany, Feb.
23. lfMfi, and his body arrived ,n
Morehead Citv Irom overseas yes
The Morehead City American
Legion Post will render full mili
tary honors at the graveside.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Armour, of
Battle Creek. Michigan, announce
the birth of a daughter. Barbara
Lois, ii the Leila Hospital, on
Sunday, October 17.
Mrs. Armour is the former Miss
Lois Piner of Marshallberg.
Next to falconry, fox hunting
the oldest of all field sports.
Funeral services for Caleb Ma
son, 69. were held from the home
in Atlantic at 2 p. in yesterday
with interment in Overhrt ok ceme
tery The Rev. L. C i handler
Mr. Mason died suddenly at his
home Wednesday noon. He had
Winds of 28 to 34 miles per hour
are callrd moderate gales
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