CAMERET COOTJTT NEWS-TIMES, MOREHEAD CITY AND BEAttOM, N. ft.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1948
. J. Michael Moran, Society
Mr, and Mrs. George Stovall re
urned Friday evening from a two
veek's vacation in Florida.
Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Hatcher and
hildren motored to Wilmington
his week end to see the Christmas
Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Dcrrickson
eturned Sunday from Jackson
ville; Fla., where they spent the
weekend. Miss Nancy Derrickson,
ho accompanied her parents, at
tended a da.ice at the University
' Mr. Joe Jett and Mr. Cole, of
Norfolk, Va.. made n business trip
I Bob Powell spent the week end
at his home in Goldsboro.
Mrs. John Nclsoon attended a
meeting of local N. C. E. A. presi
dents and chairman of legislative
jcommiltecmcn in Raleigh Friday
Charles L. Gates, machinist's
mate, third class, USN, son of Mrs.
jVelma Nolan Gates, of 513 Aren
idell St., Morehead City, is serving
"aboard the aircraft carrier USS
Franklin I). Koosevelt, cruising in
the Mediterranean Sea as part of
the Sixth Task Fleet.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and son,
John Christian motored to New
Judge and Mrs. Luther Hamil
ton, Mrs. J. C. Long and Mrs. Elta
Hales spent Sunday in Goldsboro
with Dr. and Mrs. Ira Long.
Mrs. Joel Davis and daughter,
Mary Elizabeth, of Harlowc, spent
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jovncr, of
Farmville, visited Mrs. L. L. Leary
Mrs. R. W. Taylor, Mrs. M. T.
Mills, Mrs. J. C. Taylor and Mrs.
Floyd Chadwick left today to spend
several days in Richmond, Va.
Pfc. Clinton Phillips left Sunday
for Camp Kilmer, N. J., after
spending a fifteen day furlough at
Cpl. Gaylc Guthrie, of Langley
Field, Va., is spending a furlough
Miss Annie Gillikin is spending
twfj weeks' vacation in Miami, Fla.
Bridge Club Meets With
Mr; and Mrs. Robert Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor en
tertained their bridge club at their
home on Evans Street Friday eve
ning. Dr. and Mrs. Alva Van Nortwich
were invited guests for the eve
ning. . . At the conclusion of play Mrs.
Van Nortwich was declared high
score winner and Miss Dorothy Ro
berts second high. Dr. Van Nort
wich was low scorer.
Refreshments served were sand
wiches in the Christmas motif with
Elks To Observe Ladies'
Night On Thursday
The Elks Club of Carteret county
will observe Ladies' Night this
Thursday at the locoal club. A
delicious dinner will be served ut
7 'clock and all Elks are urged
too . attend and bring their ladies.
Proceeds from the event will go
towards their annual Christmas
-On Sunday afternoon the year
Memorial Service was held at the
club and was well attended by lo
Quests Registered at Elks Club
Out Of town guests listed at the
Elks Cub this past week included
Leon Flas, of Norfolk, Va., Thomas
j..Peck, of Charlottesville, Va., J.
L. Mefrill of Pohowekee, Fla., R.
D. West, of Greenville, and Frank
Champbell, of Charleston, W. Va
When shopping, buy an extra
lood item, packed in tin, cello
phane.j or paper carton for the
CROP box car.
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Junior Woman's Club
Has Christmas Program
The Junior Woman's Club held
its December meeting in-the Civic
Center Wednesday evening at 6
The Public Welfare committee
decided to furnish clothing for
needy children at school rather
than lunches as was originally
planned. Also, the Ways and Means
committee have postponed plans
for the bridge tournament until
the January meeting.
As the club is a sponsor of the
local Girl Scouts the members
voted to provide refreshments for
the Scout Christmas 'party to be
held on December 15.
A program of Christmas carols
was sung by Mrs. Ruth Bailey, ac
companied by Mrs. Lonnie Dill
aid Mrs. Malcolm Collins gave
two selections entitled "Thirty
seven Different Christmas's" and
Fortnightly Club Meets
With Mrs. W. C. Matthews
Mrs. W. C. Matthews entertained
the Fortnightly bridge club at her
home on Evans street on Satur
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Guests for the afternoon, were
Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. Alvah
Mrs. Harold Webb was high
score winner for club. Mrs. Ro
bert Taylor was guest high. Mrs.
W. C. Carlton received the low
Refreshments served were ham
biscuits with fruit cake topped
with whipped cream and coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crowell, of
Morehead City, announce the birth
of a son, Robert Crowell, in the
Morehead City Hospitul on Dec
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pittman,
of Utway, announce the birth of a
daughter. Susan Annette, in the
Morehead City Hospital on Dec
Mr. and Mrs. David Allen Yea
ger, of Morehead City, announce
the birth of a son, David Allen, on
December 5, in the Morehead City
Service Club To Have
The 4 H Service Club will hold
its December meeting at Taylor's
Community Hall, Harlowe, tomor
row evening at 7:30 p.m.
Members are urged to bring an
inexpensive gift to exchange and
encourage other to come with them
for an interesting Christmas pro
gram and an evening of recrea
tion. Army Reserves Corps to Meet
The Army Reserve Corps of Car
teret County will meet tonight in
the Carteret Recreation Center at
8 p.m. it was announce today by
Captain T. B. Leary.
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lamp . . . Because we have just received a new ship
ment of smart and beautiful new lamps we are re
ducing all our old ones ... See the new ones in our
main shop . . . the old ones all greatly reduced in
DEE GEE'S SHOP
South 8ih Street
Miss Caroryn A.
Donald L. Harrison Friday
Miss Carolyn Arden Ballou,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Car
roll Ballou, of Morehead City, be
came the bride of Mr. Donald Lee
Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Por
ter H. Harrison, of Rockmart, Geor
gia, in the Franklin Memorial Me
thodist Church on Friday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. The Reverend W.
D. Caviness officiated using the
double ring ceremony.
Vows were spoken befoore an
altar of white which was banked in
soouther.i smilax and pine while
glowing white tapers in four and
five branch candelabra with cand
ies in the windows threw a sol
light throughout the church. Flooi
baskets of white- gladioli wert
also used for decorations.
Prior to the ceremony Mrs. Wil
liam Lewis, organist, played
"Love's Old Sweet Sonn," "Melody
of Love," and Mrs. Josiah Bailey,
soloist, sang, "Through the Years,"
"One Alone" and a "Dedication"
prayer. During the ceremony "Be
lieve Me If All Thoose Endearing
Young Charms" was sooftly played.
The bride, given In marriage by
her father, wore a gown of ivory
satin which featured a yoke of
imported illusion outlined in a
scallopoed satin bertha, a fitted
bodice shirred at the waistline and
fitted sleeves which ended in caila
points oover the hands. The full
skirt of her gown was fashioned
with a bertha and ended in a circu
lar train and her fingertip veil of
Erench illusion fell from a crown
of seed pearls. She carried a bou
quet of white carnations fastened
with satin streamers and her only
ornament was a single strand of
Miss Jane Ballou, sister of the
bride, was her maid of honor.
She wore a lime velvet gown with
illusion neckline, shirred bertha
and three-quarter length sleeves.
Her headdress was rosebuds of
matching velvet and she carried a
bouquet of gladioli and carnations
tied with coral satin ribbon.
Miss Geneva Bruton and Mrs.
Roma Styron were bridesmaids.
They wore coral velvet gowns fash
ioned along lines identical to those
of the maid of honor's gown and
headdress of coral velvet. Their
bouquets, also identical, were fast
ened with lime ribbon.
Miss Deanna Ballou, sister of the
bride, was a junior bridesmaid.
She was gowned in coral velvet
and carried a bouquet identical to
these of the other attendants.
The bridegroom chose his twin
brother, David E. Harrison as best
man. Ushers were D. B. Willis,
Roma Styron, Warren Grant and
Salvatore J. Palazzo.
Honorary bridesmaids were Mrs.
Warren Grant, Misses Janice Lew
is, and Marion Lewis, Mrs. Coleen
Andre, Mrs. Don Brewer, Mrs. Will
Lawrence and Mrs. David Harrison.
The bride's mother wore a dress
of black crepe with a corsage of
Immediately following the cere
mony the bride's parents entertain
ed with a reception at their home
on Bay Street.
The home was decorated
throughout with smilax and bas
kets of gladioli. Refreshments
were served from a lace covered
table with the wedding cake as a
cetiterpiece flanked by three
After the first slice of cake had
A CHRISTMAS GIFT
THAT WILL ADD UP
TO HOURS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
from $17.59 up
Ballou Is Wed
been cut by the bridal couple Mrs.
Iona Ballou served it while Mrs.
Warren Grant served punch.
For travelling the bride changed
to a green gabardine suit with
DiacK accessories ana wore a
shoulder corsage of carnations lift
ed from her wedding bouquet Af
ter a wedding trip to Atlanta, Ga
the couple will be at home at the
Dunn apartments on Arendell
Mrs. Harrison is a graduate of i
the Morehead Citv High School 1
and at the time of her mnrria?e '
was employed by the local thea
tres. Mr. Harrison attended Rockmart
High School and served two years
with the United States Marine
Corps. He is employed by Mr. H.
H. Sampson at the present time.
On Thursday evening following
the rehearsal Mrs. Darcy Willis,
grandmother of the bride, enter
tained at an informal coca cola
party for the wedding party at her
home on Bridges Strc . .
Out of town guests here for the
wedding included Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Mason, of Atlantic and Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Taylor, of Sea
Mrs. John W. Willis, of Atlantic,
was admitted to the hospital Sun
day. Mr. Reginald Gainer, of New
port, was discharged Friday.
Riehard A. Kittrell, of Morehead
City, was discharged Saturday lol
lowing a tonsillectomy.
Mrs. Ollie Neal, of Beaufort, was
discharged from the hospital Fri
day. Mrs. Earl Davis, of Smyrna, was
discharged Monday following an
Mrs. Carl Willis, of Harkers Is
land, was discharged Sunday.
Mrs. Frank B. Webb, Jr., of
Morehead City, was discharged
Sunday following a major opera
tion. Mr. James W. Norris, of Swans
boro, was admitted Saturday.
Master Jackie Neal, of Beaufort,
was admitted Friday.
Mr. Charles Parrish, of North
Harlowe, was admitted Friday.
Mr. Joseph Smith, of Cedar Is
land, was admitted Friday.
Miss Barbara Gillikin, of Beau-
beadle Esa ftcmr
Er!l ineir eld, kmy. iil-d-dale Irca tsJTlJi tfo
itr will giv Tea $1.31 for II. ITo ctil:r wbl rtyb or
V Dec. 3. Mrs. Darcy Lewis and
Mrs. Guy Sabiston spent Tuesday
in New Bern shopping. . ..
Mrs. Roy Lewis Roy, Jr., and
sister, Sherril, are back home a
gain after a stay in Washington,
N. C, with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sharpe and
family visited at Russeils Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Willis and
son have moved to Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Clark and
daughter, Judy, spent the weekend
in Chocowinity with the parents of
Down from Pennsylvania visit-1
ing Mr- and Mrs' R- D Kemp for
lhe holidav were her Pntt, Mr.
and Mrs- w- D- KemPi unt.
Noma Heinrich; and grandfather,
Mr. W. M. Heinrich. Lucky you.
Mr. Frnacis (Scotty) Scott of
Fernandina, Fla., Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Cicero Guthrie for sever
This past Saturday night Mrs.1
Leonard Lewis entertained her
friends with a turkey barbecue
Mr. Julius Lewis paid a visit to
his newest grandchild at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Albert Or
mond. Kinston. Mrs. Julius Lewis,
who was already there, returned
with him Sunday.
Mr. Jimmie McEIroy left for
Asheville to visit his mother. Ac
companying him on the trip is Mr.
Earl Dunn who went there on busi
ness. Mrs. Paul Mitchell and her chil
dren went to Louisburg to visit
Mrs. Mitchell's brother.
Mr. Cicero Guthrie left Tuesday
en a business trip to Rocky Mount.
Dec. 4 The Women's Society
of Christian Service held its regu
lar meeting at the church, Wed
nesday. Choir practice wa9 done Friday
fort, rt. 1, was discharged Monday
following an appendectomy.
Mrs. Howard L. Rivers, of More
head City, was discharged Friday.
Mrs. W. B. Smith and infant son,
of Atlantic, were discharged Mon
day. Mr. Charles C. Lewis, of Beau
fort, rt. 1, was admitted Saturday
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night by a. newly-organized group
that looks and sounds, very pro
mising. Mrs. Joe Lockhart spent several
days with her mother, Mrs. Steve
Styroft and sister, Mrs. Charlie San
ders of Morehead City.
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Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Willis and
daughter. Essie of Norfolk spent
the week-end at the home of Mr.:
and Mrs. Karo Guthrie.
Mr. and Mrs. Albin Beacham
motored to Washington, N. C, Fri
day to attend to some business
Mrs. E. W. Copeland has entered
the Morehead City hospital for
Mrs. Ella Willis called at the
home of Mrs. A. E. Gaskins, Fri
day. County Supt., Mr. H. L. Joslyn
visited the' Camp Glenn school
The Camp Glenn Lunch room
was paid an inspection visit by the
State Health inspector.
Mrs. Unice Willis spent the week
end in Williston at the home of
Mr, and Mrs. Manly Fulcher
spent the week-end at the home of
his father in Atlantic.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Swinson
and daughter, Kathleen, of Pro
vidence, R. I., are here to stay with
his parents until Christmas after
which they will depart for Jack
Dec. 9 Mrs. Elmer Dudley and
baby have returned home from the
Mrs. Julia Pake and daughter,
Mrs. Wjlliam Willis attended the
concert at the Franklin Memorial
church at Morehead City Sunday
Little Jamie Lawrence is spend
ing a while with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs.- A. Lawrence, of Ot
way. Mrs. P.andolph Willis and child
ren, of Morehead City, spent Wed
nesday with her mother, Mrs. Roy
B.M. 1c Gerald Gillikin and
father, of Otway, visited friends a
short while last Friday.
Mrs. A. Lawrence, Mrs. Bonnie
Piner, of Otway, visited Mrs.
Iron for a
Frank Mcintosh a while Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Baker Lupton and
children, of Suffolk Va., spent the'
veekend with Mrs. Sophie Lupton.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Conner, nave
returned home after spending two
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i Mr. and Mrs. Van Etten, who
pent last week with their son
nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Van Etten, left Sunday for their
home at Mcintosh, Wis.
Miss Reginia Pake celebrated
her 7th birthday Monday after
noon. Everyone had an enjoyable
time. Ice cream, cake and candy of Southeast Asia will remain "for
was served. ever England." In them memorial
. . , , , 1 cemeteries are being constructed
Patricia Lupton celebrated her , for Brtish servicemen. Unlike the
7th Oinhday Wednesday afternoon. Americans, who have returned
Relatives and friends were invited home ,he o some 30 ooo
and all had an enjoyable time. j war dead since iast October, the
Mrs. Tom Bell, of Morehead ; British decided to leave their dead
City, spent Wednesday wun ner
mother, Mrs. Roy Goodwin.
Mrs. Sophia Lupton and Mrs.
Baker Lupton spent Saturday with
Mrs. Roy Dickinson.
Mrs. Monroe Simpson went to
New Bern shopping Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pittman
have returned after spending i
while with their daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. William Gordon and family.
Dec. 5 Mrs. Harry Livingston
spent Thursday afternoon shop
ping in New Bern.
Lt. and Mrs. William H. Bell
and little daughter, Rozanne, spent
the week-end here with Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Bell.
Mrs. Lemuel C. Mann was a bu
siness visitor in New Bern Thurs
day. Mrs. Paul J. Corona and little
daughter, of Washington, D. C. are
spending some time with Mr.
Mrs. W. J. Kirby and Mrs. Floyd
I CAMEL flf mumL , I
I XJSJSJ? lit 1 smoked camels for y
0 Make the Camel 30-day test! When hundreds of men
and women recently, from coast to coast, smoked Camels
exclusively for 30 days in a similar test, noted throat
specialists who examined the throats of these smokers
every week -a total of 2470 examinations - reported
NO THROAT IRRITATION diM to smoking CAMELS
New GE Automatic
Let this, new G. E. Auto- !
matic take the work out of
ironing.. Get it from Tide 1
. Water's junior salesmen.
Harness shopped in New Bern
Mis. k. T. Pruitt spent Saturday
shopping in New Bern.
Leon Mann, Jr. returned to Ra-
leigh Sunday after, spending the
week end nere wiin nis momer.
Mrs. Clarence. Millis and child
ren and Mrs. Zeb Mauney and little
daughter, Korsbeth, returned Sat
urday from Hopeville, Va.
Bodies oi British Soldiers
To Lie In Southeast Asia
SINGAPORE (AP) Corners
in the areas where tnev fen
Initial work is accomplished by
teams who locate and identify bo
dies in the isolated troieal jungles
of Malaya, Burma, Indo-China and
the East Indies. Lt. Colonel L. S.
Ilarrop plans and coordinates cf
forts to locate the estimated 10,000
men still unaccounted for in South
east Asia. Recovery of approxi
mately 6.000 bodies to date in
cludes Malays, Chinese and Indians
who fought with British soldiers in
Asia. Recovery of approximately
6,000 bodies to date includes Ma
lays. Chinese and Indians who
fought with British soldiers in
Singapore and the Federation of
Once bodies are gathered to
gether in the military cemetery,
Graves Registration hands over its
job to "Imperial War Graves"
which converts the cemetery into
a permanent memorial.
The American species of rein
doer are called caribou.