TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 194S
CAKTEfiET COUNTY KEWS-tfiOU, UOREOEAO CITY AND BEAtTOBT. JL C
PACE FIVEH aJAi
caufort Social Refits
Mrs. J. Michael Moran, Society
t Leslie D. Norris, USN, of Beau
fort, has been advanced to electri
cian's mate, third class, while serv
ing aboard the destroyer tender
.USS Grand Canyon, operating with
the Sixth Task Fleet in the Medi
Miss Mabel Cannady spent the
week end at her home in Clinton.
Mrs. B. A. Waldenmaier and ba
by left Sunday for their home in
Kcnnansville after spending the
past several months with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dill.
Mrs. M. P. Skarren and children
spent Friday in New Bern.
Richard Whitehurst, of Green
f ille, spent the weekend at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Buck have
moved from an apartment on the
beach to an apartment at the Davis
Dr. and Mrs. N. T. Ennett re
turned Sunday from several days
in Richmond, Va.
Mr. nnd Mrs. David Beveridgc
visited Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Styron
4 at Davis Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley are vi
siting at Mr. Wiley's home, Broad
and Orange street. Mr. Wiley, serv
ing in the Army, is home on a 15
Two Marshallberg men, Ens. Les
ter N. Hill, USN, son of Mrs. Mir
tle L. Hill and Murry T. Lewis,
airman apprentice, USN, son of L.
G. Lewis, are serving aboard the
aircraft carrier USS Franklin D.
Roosevelt, cruising in the Medi
terranean sea as part of the sixth
During the seven months ending
April 1, 1948. CROP has assembled
I and shipped overseas 38,726,273
pounds of relief supplies including
22 different items valued at $2,-350.--.83.
NEVER BEFORE HAVE WE HAD SUCH A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF GIFT ITEMS
TO OFFER. YOU'LL FIND GIFTS TO DELIGHT THE HEART OF ALL YOUR FRIENDS
AND FAMILY. COME IN AND SELECT YOURS WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE STILL
COMPLETE AND AVOID THAT LAST MINUTE RUSH.
FOR THE LADIES-
A r, . f K.
C Ski c-V' Fancy Pants In .11 col
7f "!?'lr;i 3 ors. She'll love them!
C - 69c
ELAKXETS Part Wool $4.95 & $5.95
EED EC::i SLIPPERS $1.95 to $3.95
PTOSES . . . . . $1.95 up
E3X HAKU2ERCHIEFS $1 .25
rjBESS GLOVES $1.49 to $2.95
Be Sure To Stop In After The Santa Clause Parade To See AU The Lovely Things He Has Left With Us
FOX BO WNUM
FEC3T STREET , ' , EEAUFCRf
Masons Observe Birthday
With Supper and Dance
The Masons of Franklin Lodge
109, observed their 103 anniversary
on Friday evening with a barbecue
cupper and square dance given by
Mr. Harvey Smith.
Masons and their wifes and la
dies of the Eastern Star enjoyed
the lestive occassion with Mr. Ro
bert Safrit, master of the local
lodge, giving the welcoming ad
dress, and Mrs. Ottis Jefferson,
worthy matron of the Eastern
Stars, the response.
Solicitor William J. Bundy, past
pontentate of North Carolina, was
the guest speaker for the evening
and Judge Lambert Morris was
also a guest. Several district debu
taties were also in attendance for
F.H.A. To Give Stanley
Supper Tomorrow Night
The Beaufort F. H. A. will spon
sor a Stanley party tomorrow eve
ning at 7 o'clock in the Methodist
Youth Building. Proceeds will go
to purchase drapes and curtains
for the Home Economics depart
ment. This party was planned at a
meeting of the club F. H. A. held
last Thursday night in the Sunday
school building on Ann Street. The
service was held by candle light
and 11 parents of the members
Reports were given by all offi
cers and Connie Lewis was appoint
ed to order a gavel and a scrap
book for the F. H. A. news.
The Junior Homemakers Degree
was conferred upon the following
girls: Shirley Lipman, Lavenia Ma
son, Lorna Smith, Letty Eucly,
Christine Hansen, Ola Laughing
supper and square dance given by
house, Mary Johnson, Ann Lou
Laughton and Vera Lou Loftin.
A Thanksgiving basket for a
needy family was made from food
contributed by the members.
GLAMOROUS GOWNS in soft
sheer fabrics and Haltering
shades. Lacey and dainty to
bring delightful "ohs" and "ahs"
from her. Sizes 34 to 40.
$5.95 to $6.95
NYLON HOSE .... $1.00 to $1.95
TOWEL SETS $1.49 io $2.25
EMDSSIDERED PILLOW CASES
PLAIN PILLOW CASES 79c ea.
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Surprise Party Given For
Mr. & Mrs. Haywood Harris
Mr. and Mrs.' Haywood N. Har
ris, of Bachelor, were given a sur
prise party last Saturday evening
by their daughter', Miss Sadie
Louise Harris, assisted by Mrs. 0.
W. Salter and Mrs. E. L. Becton.
The occasion was in honor of their
14th wedding anniversary.
The guests arrived while the
couple were taken for a drive and
on their return they were greete!
and invited into the dining room
which beautifully decorated with
yaupon and white candles. The
lace covered tablet was lovely with
its centerpiece of roses in a silver
bowl on a reflector and flanked by
four white tapers. From one end
of the table the three tiered wed
ding cake was served by Mrs. Dol
gcr after Mr. and Mrs. Harris cut
the first slice. Russia lea, mints,
and nuts were served trom the
other end of the table by Mrs.
After refreshments wore served
the honored guests opened their
Approximately 40 guests attend
ed the parly.
Mrs. Gilbert Potter Has
Bridge Club Thursday
Mrs. Gilbert Potter entertained
her bridge club Thursday evening
at her home on Uueon Street.
Mrs. Claud Wheatly, Jr., and
Mrs. Ed Davidson were guests for
High score was won bv Mrs.
The hostess served pineapple sa
lad and coffee for refreshments
j and candy and cokes dining play.
! Bridge Party Meets With
'Mrs. N. F. Eure
Mrs. N. F. Eure entertained her
bridge club with a delicious chick
en salad supper on Thursday eve
yning at 6:30 o'clock.
At the conclusion of the supper
bridge was played at three tables
with Mrs. Amy Muse receiving
Christmas wrapping paper for high
score and Mrs. F. E. Hyde, coast
ers, for second high.
FOR THE IIEH-
DRESS SHIRTS A prac
tical gift that will be appre
ciated by any man. While
and colors by Hallmark.
TIES by Exquisite $1.00
SOCKS in attractive patterns 35c to 59c
DRESS GLOVES (he'll thank you lor thinking
of this) ..... $2.95 to $4.95
For The Distinguished
$5 - $6 - $7.50
UNDERSHIRTS .. . .... 79c
SHORTS 95c & $1.19
BELTS . ...... $1.03 to $1.50
HAKD'CHTEFS 25c -$1.49
Home Economics Teachers
Attend District Meeting
Mrs. David Beveridge and Mrs.
Delfido Cordova attended the Dis
trict Vocational Home Economics
meeting Saturday at Bath high
school. Mrs. Beveridge is home
economics instructor at Beaufort
school and Mrs. Cordova is instruc
tor at Morehead City school.
Mrs. Lola Cox conducted the
meeting, offering suggestions for
a two-week course in Christmas
homemade gifts, food, and decora
tions. The next district meeting will
be Jan. 8 at Beaufort school. Mrs.
Beveridge will be in charge of the
program which will be on "Land
scaping Home Grounds."
Counties included in this voca
tional home economics district are
Carteret, Craven, Beaufort, and
Book Club To Hear
Rev. T. R. Jenkins
The Reverend T. R. Jenkins, pas
tor of the Ann Street Methodist
Church, will he guest speaker at
the monthlv meeting of the Beau
fort Book Club Thursday evening.
The club will meet i i the Intel
Inn at G:30 o'clock and all mem
bers are urged to attend.
Rm Innbln, line rtlti-irnr, "HpAni I
Religions of the World" as his sub
ject. Woman's Club Christmas
Bazaar Is Huge Success
The Christmas Bazaar sponsored
by the Beaufort Junior Woman's
Club was a lingo success it has
been announced bv the chairma i,
Mrs. G. W. Woolard.
Proceeds from the sale of hand
made articles, and homemade
cakes, pies, cookies and candy will
be used for several projects under
taken by the club.
The club members are especially
grateful for the splendid coopera
tion thev received from local ci
tizens in making this bazaar a suc
cess. Don't forget to send your child
to school tomorrow with a can of
food for the CROP box car.
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98c and $1.39
GIFTS FOR THE
STOP IN NOW.
Louis James Noe
Funeral1 services were held Mon
day afternoon at two o'ciock from
the home for Louis James Noe,
Sr., age 73. Mr. Noe dieO Friday
afternoon at 6:20 followir.g a lin
Mr. Noe was a member of the
Ann Street Methodist Church and
at one time served on the board
Officiating at the service were
T. R. Jenkins, his pastor, assisted
by W. W. Davis, pastor of the First
Baptist Church and Rev. M. O.
Alexander, former pastor of the
First Baptist Church.
He is survived by two children,
Miss Hazel Noe of the home and
Louis James Noe, Jr., of Beaufort;
two grand children, Louis James
Noe, III, and Ann P. Noe; two
sisters, Mrs. John C. Rice and Mrs.
Etta Whitehurst of Beaufort; also
several neices and nephews.
Acting pall bearers were: Roo
sevelt Whitehurst, Charles (.'.un
man, T. II. McQuaid, Earlc D.
Spruill, R. Hugh Hill and Hiram
Robert C. Cornwall
Robert Craig Cornwall, age !"8.
died at his home in Weldon on
Sunday afternoon following an ill
ness of approximately lour years.
Funeral services will be conduct
ed from the home of Mrs. Herbert
The Top for Quality
Buy Six al a
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We Deliver Within A Radius Of 100 Miles '
Thornton in Morehead City, this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by the
Reverend William Martin, pastor
of St. Paul's Episcopal Church In
Beaufort, and assisted by the Rev
erend L. A. Tilley, pastor of the
First Methodist Church in More
head City. Interment will be
made in the Bay View cemetery.
The deceased is survived by his
wife, the former Kathleen Herbert
of Morehead City.
Willie K. Lewis
Willie K. Lewis, age 72, died
early Saturday morning at his
homo in Markers Island after a
year's illness. '
Funeral services were conducted
I from the Methodist Church of
Haiiuvs I 1 in.l at 3 p. in. Saturday
i by the pestor. Interment followed
in the community cemetery.
He is survived by four sons,
Aloitzo. Martin. Wesley, and How
lard Lewis; three daughters, Mrs.
I Ella Guthiie. Mrs. Elijah Willis
and Mii-s Edna Lewis, all of Mark
ers Island, anil one sister, Mrs.
Ann Smith of Beaufort.
During the seven months ending
April 1, 19411. CROP has ussembled
and shipped overseas 311, 726,271!
pounds of relief supplies including
22 different items valued al $2,
350,311.83. Many birds, including storks,
parrots, woodpeckers and even
ducks, can regenerate beaks which
have been broken off.
Buy Now Whih
Safecf (Mis An Complete
PAY A UTTLt DOWN...
A UTTLt EACH WtiKI
E, F, G Drivers Have
0! Month to Renew
RALEIGH, N. C. The time i
fast running out for E, F, and G
anvers, the Motor Vehicle depart
ment announced today.
All drivers with last names be
ginning with either E, F, or G
are required to take an examina
tton for a new driver's license by
Dec. 31, as a part of the highway
safety act passed by the 1947 Gen
eral Assembly. The department re
ported that this group of drivers
had been very slow to report, and
that if they procrastinated much
longer, it would mean they would
have to wait in long lines to take
their tests during the last few days
There will he absolutely no ex
tension to the deadline, the depart i
Crowning, (ilory for a Merry Week! Your Newly Styled
Hair Short as a Minute Kxquisitely Waved Soft and
R0UXTENT SPECIAL $3.50
Shampoo and Set
VIIKilMA (ill LIKIN Operators OPAL DAVIS LLWIS
Dora Dean Beauty Shop
I'ROXT ST. RKAl 'FORT I'MONE 3265
WE NEED VOI R HEAD IN OCR BUSINESS
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Jaunty Junior puts plenty of get up-and go In
this coat of pure worsted gabardine. Welting to
accent with diminutive collar, wide cuffs, a multi
tude of buttons. Sizes 7 to IS.
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Be sure and see Santa Claus in Beafuort on Wednesday
Afternoen At 4:00
, Frank Leonard. Mgr.
FRONT STREET BEAUFORT
ment said, for E. F. and G motor
ists have had since last Juy to get, .
il l U'iivii:
Beginning Jan. 1. 1949, persons, SAw
wilh last names beginning with H,
I. J. and K will b?gm laking tlieir
tests. "": 'V,
Taking drivers, in alphabetical .!), $irt
groups, the .ro-ex,ii,nnation pro- Aunt,
gram will be completed June HOt
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The department tvnorteti tn.it ;,"!,l,9
nnv R. V. iir C ili iv 'i- im'.il' iI di iv-' .
:ng on an old liecn.-.e nl'ler Jan. ''.i-w
1 rt'ill be found guil'y ol a mis- '
demeanor and will os sidjed to '
a fine of not less Ih.i.i S2r, or .' 1
'!..y imprisonment, .ir bolh, in the
discretion of the eon I
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