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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, April 28, 1983, Page 10, Image 10

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The Pink Hill Review f "Serving Pink Hill, Deep Run, Albertson, Beulaville, And Their Surrounding Areas" ? ? - VOL. 5 NO. 17 KENANSVILLE. NC 28349 APRIL 28. 1983 NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK ? During National Library Week, students and teachers dressed as story book characters at Pink Hill Elementary School Some fourth and fifth grade students dressed as a character in a book when thUy read to primary children. Mr. Swinson, the principal, read to each grade sometime during the week. Students made bookmarks that were laminated to be more durable. DEAR Week generates school interest in reading and the media center. DEAR Week was announced and posters were made prior to this week so students and teachers could begin to figure out what DEAR means. During this preceding week it was announced that DEAR stands for: "Dropeverything and read." At a specified time each day during the week, everybody (including teachers and entire staff) drops everything and reads for te4i minutes, books, periodicals, etc. from the library/media center. Pictured above. Rose Whaley. dressed as Martha Washington, and an aide for Marie Bunn and Hilda Marshburn's class. Ann Whaley is dressed as Laura Ingalls of "Little House on the Prairie - Hilda Marshburn's third grade. Photo by Lynda Stroud mri-nnnrnTi i r?rr?m rmm n rrmnni'irta CYSTIC FIBROSIS BIKE-A-THON was held Saturday in Pink Hill with Pat Turner serving as chairperson. Riders and walkers included Tracy Salter. Shane Arnette, Jamie Canipe, Angie Canipe and Rachel Kennedy. First place went to Rachel Kennedy who collected $402.75. 2nd place to Tracy Salter. CI A CC ACCL'DL'n $37.04, and third place to Shane Arnette, $34.00. Jamie and Angie Canipe collected $22 and $18.60 respectively. Mrs. Turner expressed her appreciation to the parti cipants. sponsors and her assistants, Mary Ann Byrd, Linda Westbrook and Nancy Salter. VLrtJJ UI 1'L.nui/ A sculptured lamp shade class will be offered on Tuesday, May 3 at This, That and the Other, Pink Hill. For more information, call 568-3562. Registration is limited. REVIVAL Revival services for the Pink Hill United Methodist Church will begin this Sun day "evening, May 1, and continue each evening through Thursday. Services will begin at 7:30. There will be special music each even ing. Guest minister will be the Reverend Bruce Taylor, pastor of the West Nash United Methodist Church in Wilson. A nursery will be provided. CARD OF THANKS We the family of Helen S. Harrell. would like to sin cerely thank relatives, friends, ' neighbors and church members for their prayers, kindness, sympathy and many more expressions of love and concern during the loss of our wife and mother Reverend Bobby E. Harrell Tammie and John WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT A Women's Invitational, Softball Tournament will be held in Pink Hill on May 7th and 8th. Proceeds will go to the American Cancer So ciety. For further information call co-chairmen Carol Sykes at 568-3818 and 568-3445 or Pam Smith at 568-4701. In terested persons are urged to call soon in order to get a team in. Lee Lons Benefit Day Piney Grove Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church of Beulaville off Hwy. 24 is sponsoring a benefit with fried chicken and barbecued pork being served from 11 a.m. until, on Saturday. May 14 at S3 per plate, regulai. and S3.50 for combinations. Lee Lon had surgery in January at which time he received a kidney transplant from his father. It was not compatible and his body rejected it. The kidney was removed, and as a result, two weeks ago he received a kidney from his mother. At the present time, he is a patient at Duke Medical Center where he is suffering problems with the current operation. Medical bills are mounting. All donations will be appreciated STUDY COURSE s ' There will be a study ! course at Christian Chapel Free Will Baptist Church taught by Nancy Howard Gladson on Thursday night, \pril 28 at 8 p.m. The topic *?111 be "Lord, Change Me." Visitors are welcome. LIBERTY FESTIVAL MEETING There will be a Liberty Festival meeting at the Pink-**. * Hill Town Hall Thursday^ ' night at 7 p.m. All interested" ' persons are urged to attend-?" this most important meeting' ' April 28th. nan-s Forever Lit I; " Diet Center I? Located next 10 Deep Run Food Center i Open Mon-Wed-Fri 8 til 5 Offering her diet pigs Free Exercising to everyone who is on,her diet. You can lose 15 to 20 lbs. in ju$t five weeks. Forever Lite is one of the most nutritional .diets v.ou have ever been on. Dot Grady lost 15 lbs. in 3 weeks. Amos Howard lost 23 lbs. in 5 weeks. They are keeping their weight off by eating two meals and drinking one each day. They say it is the easiest diet they have ever been on. Why don't you come by or call today about getting that extra weight off. Call 568-4765. Call 568-4765 Nan's Forever Lite ( Diet Center \ ; Colony House : Florist & Gifts ,i 0 J _ j Place your order now for prom flowers ( and boulonnieres / " 101 Edwards Ave., ? Pink Hill, North Carolina. I 568-4159 0 0 V???I'i'i i inriiTrnTTrriTTi?i get IS NOW OFFERING TWO HIGH-YIELD MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATES Contact your United Carolina Banker for details about our 2 % to 3% year and 3% year money market certificates. Both of these certificates offer a guaranteed fixed rate, $500 minimum deposit, and full FDIC insurance. We've made it easier than ever to earn high yields on certificates of deposit. I s { Mvfflbrr KWC ?HKat^nHa| JAM amAU "?A*W j *iflnTni p^nsuy to* ??ny wnnor*wsi BPJmUTUAL DISCOUNT DRUGS I! I :_ .. M BEULAVILLE AND PINK HILL I '* j ? i * ^^^Vyi-cUxcvm ALARM CLOCK ASIBA Oftlff ?*??<?' IMT ?*?? 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Si BATTERY OPERATED J JJ* Uses two 49 D batteries Y I "**? 1 not included | P"Ko^s>s Rtop* "'"IC. Antacid Anti-Gas HBM| Fast Relief s 15=1 'r?? *1" SotJtum Frt** $0<>9 'Considered dieteiicallv sodium Ire# ANACIN r \ fAST ,00 $087 Tablets JT PREPARATION H OINTMENT ? $188 l Ol I VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY 3V4-Oz gyo METAMUCC ? : f n POWDER^ E: ?o3n?e ? *ai ? Strawberry TO*. ?* isS334? I NOW DO MORf THAN MOISTURIZE YOUR SKIN, RlPUNISH IT! a}^ -fafw Apricot Rcpluiishin^ Lotion and Cnemc g T=r-"' YOUR $Q77 ~~~ ^ lolKm CHOICt 0 2o7 Cretin. CALDECORT CREAM i@> * a H Ol -j ',Q 1 ESOTERICA medicated fade cream ? Facial ? Regular *FocW?ed / \ \ Scented or 1 iKsHtfrtir j 3.02 Unscented s3" $3" HELPS *AttE & PREVENT AGE SPOTS. FRECKLES & SKIN DISCOLORATIONS I EXTRA STHENGTMl Nowjn Protective ? L '' ., $057 ?i * :!! 6-60 DISCOUNT ON PRESCRIPTIONS 10% DISCOUNTS TO CHILDREN UNDER 6 YEARS OLD AND 10% DISCOUNT TO PERSONS OVER 60 YEARS OF AGE ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS. PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE MONDAY. APRIL 25, 1983 THROUGH WED., MAY ?. 1903 I FLOATING LANTERN l!p|t ' bSv $^188 CERAMIC ANIMAL HEAD TOWEL HOLDERS O /VV-T) ?" 88'. TEK TOOTHBRUSH ^ f ? Mil* A S"i 1? """ f- 11 ROYAL ? 1 SNACK CAKES is* Salad From SFfCIU. VU.UI " ' ' Oatmaal Cakes ' 5 For S"1 00 T : a Coconut Bars or Fig Bars W | ?? J Individual Mutual (torn raaarva tha right" a ' to limit quantltlaa on all Itams In thla ada" ? , Clrcumatancat might pravant all ttoraa IrortT' " , btlng abla to ra-ordar carta in advartlnad aoa- I* i tl

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