CARTERET COUNTY NEWS-TIMES, MOREBEAD CITY AND BEAUFORT, N. C
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1948 ,
CONVERT your old sewing ma
chine into an electric model, Motor
and parts $19.95 complete. City
Appliance Co., Front St., Beau
fort. Y tf
SAVE MONEY on back to school
clothes. We are featuring McCall
Patternsfyard goods, covered buck
les and buttons. Mason's, Arendcll
St, Morehead City. U
EXPERT RADIO repairing on all
makes. Philco car sets for immed
iate installation. Matthis Radio
Service Co., 140r Bridges St.,
Morchead City. tf
Prand New 1948 PLY
MOUTH Special Deluxe 4 door
Sedan. Equipped with radio,
heater, scat covers, bumper
Brand New 1948 PLY
MOUTH 6 passenger Club
Coupe Special Deluxe.
Brand New 1948 CHEVRO
LET Fleetline AeroSedm
Brand New 1948 DODGE 2
door Sedan. Heater and scat
Brand New 1948 CHRYS
LER Windsor 4 door Sedan.
1947 PLYMOUTH 4 door
194(i CHEVROLET 4 door
Sedan. Radio and heater.
1941 PLYMOUTH 2 door
Can Gei Practically
Any Make Or Model
Car You Desire On
DICK PARKER MOTOR Co.
1302 Arendell St.
SINGER Sewing Machine in good
condition. Phone B 4677. N5
WALL WASHING, wall paper
cleaning interior and exterior
painting. Work guaranteed. Phone
Mr. Sheets B 3471. It
LONG OR SHORT distance haul
ing. Phone M 9551 or see G. W.
Phillips, 905 Bridges St., Morehead
City, for quick service. N2
" FOR RENT '
MAKE OLD FLOORS look like
new. Rent our High Speed Floor
Sander and Edger. Low rates
Western Auto Store, Beaufort
Phone 3651. tf
LADY desires to share completely
furnished house. Couple preferred.
2907 Arendell St., Morchead City.
4 ROOM apartment with private
bath, electric stovp and refrigera
tor. Suitable for couple. Phone
B 3211 or B 5926. Also one sepa
rate bedroom. lip
HOUSE to rent, furnished prefer
red, 3 or. 4 bedrooms, Morchead
City. Contact Capt. Taylor, 1500
Shack leford or phone M 5662. N5p
CARRIER BOYS here is your
chance. New routes open in More
head City. Apply at NEWS-TIMES
office on Evans St. DH
POSITIONS" W ANTED
LADY desires general office work.
Experienced in typing and book
keeping. Phone M 3741. ' 029p
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noon recess of court that he must
return One indictment against
Adams read public .drunkenness,
resisting arrest and using profane
language. Two others were for
giving a bad check and stealing
fish. A bench warrant was issued
Daniels. Driver's license cases
were, continued for Dover Pittman
Lawrence and John H. Campbell.
Fines of $100 and costs were im
posed on Ellis Fausel Reid and
Robert Powell for drunken driving
J. B. Taylor, also charged with
drunken driving, was fined $50 af
ter his attorney entered a special
plea that he be sentenced on . a
charge of reckless driving only.
Nol pros with leave was ruled in
for Adams and his case continued.
Abandonment and non-support the cases of Mike A. Mason and
charges against Jethro Barefoot Joe Teel, Jr., who figured in ac-
were settled out of court but ap
proved by the court upon payment
of costs. The defendant agreed
to contribute $10 a week for the
support of a minor child until
further. orders of the court.
" In twqjjublic drunkenness cases
Willie Stewart was fined costs, and
P. H. Taylor received a nol pros
with leave ruling.
Nol pros with leave was also
ruled in the case of Tom West,
charged with larceny of two fox
and deer hounds. J. B. Taylor and
J. P. Taylor were indicted along
with Robert Adams for stealing
$10 worth of fish from a fish
market. Their cases were con
tinued. The following cases of speeding
received judgment: Samuel Erwin
speeding 80 miles per hour, $25
and costs, and Charles C. Schwartz
$10 and costs. Speeding cases not
heard were Glen B. Ritchey, nol
pros with leave; Douglas Lawrence
and Simon Jack Foss, bonds for
feited; and Ernest Reginald Alls
Wilbur Roscoe Boone was sen
tenced to pay $200 and costs or
serve six months on the road for
driving after his driver's license
had been revoked for a conviction
of drunken driving.
The following were ordered to
pay costs for driving without a
driver's license; John Henry
Daughtery, Gene Neilson, J. W.
Evans, Stacy M. Davis and Harold
cidents. Mason was charged with
failure to give a left hand signal
causing a wreck, and the charge
against Teel was passing another
vehicle causing a wreck.
Judgments were as follows in
minor motor vehicle law viola
tions: driving with improper lights
Guy Roosevelt Pritchett and Rev.
Millard Maynard, costs; failure to
have their cars inspected, Iner Jo
seph Lawrence, half costs, and Ira
Pake! costs; improper brakes, Rev
Woodrow D. Cavincss and David
W. Clement, half costs.
Cases of minor traffic law in
fractions not heard were the fol
lowing: John Bunch, continued;
Whitt Alexander Cutthius, bond
forfeited; Thomns Wright Harris
nol pros with leave.
The'cnsc of Mcivin Styron, Jr..
charged with selling a mortgaged
bus, was continued.
Robert Lewis and C. L. Grover
made charges against each other
which were settled as malicious
prosecution in the office of the
clerk of court. The prosecuting
witness in each case was fined
half of court costs.
Recorder's court will not be held
oa Nov. 2, election day, but will
convene again on Nov. 9.
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Rodney Garner, seventh; Chuck
Ballou and Clem Woodard, eighth.
Barbara Emily, Margaret Pake,
ninth, David Noe, 10th, Theresa
House and 1 Harry Gillikin, 11th,
and Sockie Dickinson, 12th.
Winner of the baby contest will
receive a sterling silver knife, fork,
and spoon, donated by Bell's jewel
ry store, and the second place
rize, a silver baby cup, will be
presented by L. Jarvis Herring,
Merchants who have donated
prizes for bingo are the following:
Fox-Downum, Davis Brothers, Mar
saret's Beauty Shop. Merrill's, Wil
lis Radio Service, Dill's, Potter's
Mrs. B. A. Bell, Duchess Beauty
Parlor, House Drug Store, Rose's
Five ad Ten, Cily Barber Shop,
Unmans, Owens Grocery, Carolina
A & P Tea Company, Ben's Bi
cycle Shop, Herring Radio Service
Felton's, Beaufort Theatre, City
Appliance, Biggs Shoe Shop, Ram
IIEATROLA coal stove. Reasonab
ly priced. Contact Bruce Goodwin,
105 N. 10th St., or call M 4211.
EXPERT alterations on men's and
women's suits and clothing. Work
that satisfies by an experienced
tailor Famise Corset Shop, 1103
Arendell St., Morehead City. tf
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
UNDER DEED OF TRUST
Under and by virtue of the pow
er of sale cont jined in that certain
Deed of Trust executed by George
Hardesty and wile, Goldic W. Har
desty, to It. P. Holding, Trustee,
dated March 15, 194C, and record
ed in Book 108, Page 594, Carteret
ly, at Beaufort, N. C, at 12:00 o'
cl i. noon, on the 29th day of
November, 1948, the land describ
ed in said deed of trust, the same
lying and being in Morehead Town
ship, Carteret County, North Caro
lina, and on Atlantic Beach, more
fully described as Lots Eleven
(11), Twelve (12) and Thirteen
(13), Block One (1), together with
all buildings and improvements
situate thereon, as appears in the
official plan of Atlantic Beach.
Terms cash, and no bid will be
County Registry; tid default hav
ing been made in the payment of
the indebtedness secured by said considered unless accompanied by
deed of trust, and upon 'demand j a rash deposit of at least 25 per
made by the holder of the note se- cent of the bid.
The cornerstone of the Washing
ton Monument in Washington, 1).
C. was suspended in 1854 when the
shaft was 150 feet high and was
not resumed until 1880.
Dr.J.O. Baxter Jr.
BEAUFORT N. C.
BELL'S DRUG STORE
0. H. JOHNSON, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Morchead C ity 9 AM to 5 PM
DR. E. F. MENIUS
3rd Floor Elks Temple
Rooms 307-8-9 & 10
NEW BERN N. C.
cured thereby, the undersigned
Trustee will offer for sale, and i
will sell, at public auction, to the I
highest bidder, for cash, at the ;
court house door of Carteret Coun-'
This, the 27th day of October,
R. P. Holding, Trustee
Hamilton & McNeill, Attorneys.
4t 029 N5-12-19
FLORENCE hot water heater with
30-gallon tank. Good condition. L.
J. Norris, Western Union. tf
GOOD small pic' -up truck tires.
Perfects. Money back guarantee.
Tire Service Co., 1300 Arendell St.,
Morehead City. tf
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6-FT. FR1GIDA1RE, scaled-in unit.
Capacity load governor. New mo
tor, foui-year guarantee, $140. See
ft garage apartment, rear of
Curve Inn. Hp
DURA-LITE concrete blocks. See
these before you buy. D. E. Wil
liams, 1700 Arendell St., Morchead
1941 FORD super deluxe 4-door
sedan. Just overhauled. Tires prac
ticallv new. Reasonable price. Dan
Smith, 606 Cedar St., Beaufort.
B 5847. ltp
CIRCULATING fans for Norge
space heaters now available for
first time in three ye?rs at City
Appliance Co., In Beaufort. . It
CHRYSANTHEMUMS for sale.
See Mrs. Sam Darling, 502 Broad
St., Beaufort. ltp
LIBERTY weekly income record
$5.80 complete. Your protection
Commonwealth Publishing Co.. C,
W. Stevens, representative, 325
Front St., Beaufort. ltp
Sfi&ifomen: come and get your
niiniri ft i-Av "fiiff
MFViruuiUi4 CUV IIVW
r AND ENTER THE ANNUAL
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Don't fall to at In thU big $10,000
priu oontMt for portimn. You'll
g.t a big kick out of Judging th.
dogs ana you may win a fin pris
a J..d Station Waaon. a 10 ft.
DEEPFREEZE, an L. C. Smith
in ei many oth sports awards.
iok up a baa of Dag Chow and
n gst your oontsst booklst.
M . . ' '
I mi in "-1MHITI-T nr'Wmhmmi-' -tft-. lf
1940 DODGS coupe, 33,000 actaal
miles, 4 new tires. One owner car.
12 So. Craven Drive, Havelock, N.
ALL APPLIANCES repaired We
pick up your lamp, iron or other
items, repair and then return them.
Phone Sound Appliance Co., M
8011. Your Frigidaire products
LICENSED electrician for electric
al installations and contracting.
Call City Appliance. Front St.,
Beaufort Phone B 325 1. tf
. ELECTRIC appliances repair ser
vice. Ranges, water heaters, refrig
jerators, electric motors, .washing
(machines and other small ap
pliances. Phone M 3947, day or
flight. Robert L. Garner. Shop lo
cation, 202 South 19th St., More
. 'nead City. N5
l . .
. jWE BUY :rap iron, steel, tin, au
ito radiators, bodies, fenders, bat
teries. Gev our prices first. Salt
er's Iroi. & Metal Co., on More
head City Highway. Phone New
Bern 3910, or write P. O. Box 736,
'ew Bern. " - . tf
TYPEWRITERS, adding machines,
calculators. Sales and service. Taff
office Equipment Co., 2-2 Craven.
'St, New Bern. Phone 3133. tf
DUPLICATE k'.s made to order
; We have the blanks and the ma
chine Protect yourself by having
an extra set of kevi made to out
. 4pisafe place. Western Auto As
sociate Store, Beaufort. N.C. , tf
C. G. Gaskill Lee Hurdock
J. C. WHITTY & COMPANY
Craven & So. Front Sis. New Bern
It II II -
BUNDED WHISKEY S6 WOOF. THE STRAIGHT WHISKIES IN
THJS PRODUCT AH 4 YEARS OR MORE OLD. 27Y STRAIGHT,
WHISKEY. 72W GRAIN NEUTRAl SPIRITS. 171 STRAIGHT
WHISKEY 4 YEARS OLD. 10 STRAIGHT WHISKEY 5 YEARS OLt
W. K HAILER CORP, PHIUC f A. t
If mnv of vimi r farm utruc-
tnrro need rcbnlMinR , . nr If
yon plan to ndd new build
inKN . . play nafe and build
Willi Duru-l-lte Concrete Mn
aonry. Thn you will noi only b
protected agiinit flr and storm
damao. but your buildinqs will al
ways look neat, Irtish and new. Re
pairs and upkeep wflL be low and
daily chores easier.
Concrete Masonry Is the Ideal ma
terial for building barns, cattle
sheds, hog houses, poultry houses,
granaries silos, tool sheds, milk
houses or any other farm structure
that call for low cost modernisation.
FREE! Write or coll
for your copy of thit
complete itery of
New Bern Building Supply Co.
NEW BERN, N. C.
Sold In Beaafori By G. W. HUNTLEY
. Bill tmj
Cops First Five Places in Class
' I In Annual 134 Mi. Albany-
new Torn uuTDoard &rhtd!
Racing tfumH comprtilivf mnlnrn of 12 grfilcr
displacment. the 7.J hp Atfrrury flashed cro itie
finish line first, tipping along it kltrr llian 19 mil
ptt hour in the annual Hudson River classic Cngi-
nrcd for stamim. sprfd, and versatility, her is
the all-purpose outboaid that gives more fun miles
pet gallon of gas, delivers topnoltli performance at
any speed, year after year,
MORE WINNERS! Me-vnrr 10 Ip. T -chining
also capture! first five places in i.s cl.is- r,. Tru ran t
beat class! And Mercurvs have r'ei";- of if
- See the Mereuryt winneit of ne iW"i' R;ver
race today. Get the full itciy abant luJI jentied
BEAUFORT HARDWARE CO.
rECNT STREET ' BEA0TC3T
scy's Wholesale Grocery, Bell's
Drug Store, Guthrie and Jones,
Beaufort Hardware, Pender's, Car
City Grocery, Jones Grocery,
Beaufort Florist, Beauty Bar, and
Ann Lou Florist.
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City, chairman of the. courtesy
committee, following the after
noon session, read in rhyme an
account of the day's activities.
Parts of this report,1 written by
Mrs. Eure, follows:
"Thanks to all who have weir
corned us here,
You've done your part for the
District this year.
Your building is pretty and
So we say thanks to you and
you and you . . .
The president's reports show
they are doing their part
So accept our thanks from the
bottom of our heart .
"United for Youth", is our theme
Let's make this more than a
For we can build peace this
way v .
Let us begin, now, here, this
' So to all officers, old and new,
who have with us their know
For youth we are indeed grateful
that you cared;
Under such leadership we can't
help but go far
So thanks lor hitching "Our
Wagon to a Star."
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termincd by a majority of votes
Morehead City township voters
will receive a ballot containing
only one name.
Hubert Fulchcr is seeking the
ever, opposed by Charlie Krouscj
who is seeking election by write-in
votes. , . . . w
Morehead City townshiD include
Ik f11s.Hiiti nt-Aitits. MnrAhpan
City, Wildwood, Broad Creek and
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tra, many of whom never heard
svmohony before. Others were
going back for the second or thit
time, repeating the experienct
with an added sense of enjoyment
Kangaroo meat is considered
delicacy by Australian natives.
BELL'S DRUG ST03E
IU SU Mi
Spent foolishly is picked up by a wiser person
You won't be spending your dollar
foolishly if you buy furniture from
. . . And what is more, you
won't be spending so many
of those dollars. Ask some
one who trades with us to
find out how we save money
for you, and
rOLLOW THE OTHER THRIFTY BUYERS
WILLIS FURIIITURE COMPANY
At The Furniture Sign
Front Sireet Beaufort
In? j I ; iJEuUl ....tegax-.-.
For your fashion changeover
this Fall, select our
in Fashion Harmony Colors. Here are nylon
stockings exquisitely molded.. .in exciting
new colors to complement all your new clothes.'
Whether you like them sheer, sheerer, or
sheerest, you'll look lovely right down to
your toes in our famous Mojuds.
FIRST QUALITY .
Afternoon Sheer $1.40
Sheer 51 Gauge-$1.75
' FRANK LEONARD, Mgr.
Front St. Beaufort