The Hebron Presbyterian church
near Piek Hill was the scene of a
double marriage ceremony last
Wednesday - morning when Miss
Bernlce Tyndall became the bride
of Mr. Jtmle Powell and Miss Llna
Belle-Davis was united with Mr.
Stephen Bay Pate. Rev. N. P. Egf
star was the officiating minister.
Only the necessary witnesses were
present including the minister's
t. The couples are residents of the
B. F. Grady section and the brides
were graduated from that school
last month. They will reside In the
8tott's Store section of the county.
Mrs. Frank Wiley was hostess to
ner ormge mud ai ner name iu
Pink Hill Tuesday evening. Three
tables were set for play in the liv
ing room which was decorated with
an arrangement of summer flowers.
Mrs. C. C. Jones was the recipi
ent of the high score prize ior club
meoters and Mrs. Levi Everett
won consolation prize. Miss Mollie
Cartright received visitors high
and Mrs. Jasper Tyndall won bingo
: prize. Coca colas and mints were
served during play followed by ice
cream and cake after the games.
Mrs. D. W. Ruff in won consolation.
Mrs. Levi Everett was the recipient
of visitors high score and Mrs. T.
A. Turner won In bingo. Refresh
ments consisted of coca cola.; dur
ing play and iee cream and cake at
Mrs. Jack Perkins was hostess to
the Booklovers Club of LaGrnnfio
at her home here Tuesday night.
Mrs. Lindsley Stallings presided.
Mrs. P.. G. Creech read thcminutes
and Mrs. Dick Hardy sketched the
livfts of outstanding men of N. C.
Mrs. Edwin Wooten gave the book
report and current events were
given by different members of the
club. Atter an exchange of books
the members enjoyed refreshments.
Guests from Lagrange were Mes
dames L. Stallings, it. G. Creech.
Noah Creech, Dick Hardy, Edwin
Wooten, Piatt and Jones and Miss
Isabelle Creech. Mrs. J. M. Jones
and Mrs. W. H. Jones were invited
Around 70 children were en
rolled in a Bible School held at
Pleasant View Presbyterian church
this week. Local people were in
charge, assisted by the pastor, Rev.
N. P .Farrior.
At the Harper-Southerland
church about 40 were enrolled in a
similar school. In charge there was
Miss Molie Anne Boney of Wallace
who is President of the Youth Fel
lowship organization of Wilmington
Presbytery. She was assisted by
loeal people and Rev. Farrior. Pic
nic sappers climaxed the week's
Mrs, Linwood Turner was hostess
to iter bridge club at her home on
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jasper
Tyfidall received high score prize,
Mrs. Alton Tyndall second high and
Mrs. Perkins Is
Hostess At Bridge
Mrs. Jack Perkins entertained at
a delightful bridge luncheon at her
home here Thursday. The occasion
was to honor teachers with whom
she taught at LaGrange this past
winter. After a 3 course luncheon
bridge was played. Scoring highest
was Mrs. Millard Sutton and Mrs.
Kermit Thompson won the travel
ing prize. Iced drinks were served
f H ","lf4f fl a
THE BEARDED LADY?; , The photographer who took this' nfetnra bad
no doubts about the sex of petite Carol Anne Charles of PeckskilL N.Y. I
When, however, because of the luxuriant goatee and full-blown aide I
burns, he took Miml, the Schnauzer, for member of the stronger sex, j
he was told off quickly. "Of course, she's a lady," said Carol Anne. ,
"Look hair in her eyes like Veronica Lake."
visit in;: relatives hero.
fJaniuua Worley has gone to Wil
son at attend summer school at
A. ('. ('.
Mrs, Walter Davis and Lou Ann
returned Friday from visiting rela
tives in Asheville.
Guests of George Turner and
Chris Coombs at their camp near
Mi.'inesoll Beach at the week end
were John and Bill Wooten of Kin
ston, Harvev and Floyd Heath, Jr.
and Mrs. W. J. j , as require less.
" Mr. and Mrs. Charles' E. Goodson
of Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, have
announced the birth of a daughter,
Vickie Lencre, at Rex Hospital on
June 3. Mrs. Goodson is the former
Mtes Olfye Summerlin of Mt. Olive,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner and
Graham wwc Wilmington visitors
Mvs. W. E. Willtama retained to
I her home in Roxboro Monday after
Smith Sunday were Mr. and Mrs
K. M. Carr and daughters. Mrs. W.
M. liivenbark and Mrs. Lloyd 3o
nc of Wallace and Mr. and Mrs.
Cli'irles Nash of Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Wet more of
Raleigh ware guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Heath Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Capps of
Niw Bern, Mrs. Prentiss Smith and
baby and Miss Eula Shepard of
Pink ilil! returned from their va
cnl'on in Florida.
l-dames T. A.. G M., and Les
lie Turner, Miss Tan',U Williams,
Mr. a id Mrs. J. M. Jones, Mr. and
Mr .lames Miles. Mr. and Mrs.
T. .1. Turner and Mr. and Mrs Gra
hnm Tumor were at Atlantic Beach
for the week end.
Stale College Hints
Moisture and What it means to
ironing: The more brittle the fiber,
the more moisture it requires. Thus
linnens and cottons require con
siderable moisture while other fab-
Keinember, moisture must pene
trate the fainric evenly or finish
will be blotchy - rough and smooth,
shiny and dull, .lust enough moist
ure must be used to make the fib
Ironing may l; detrimental to
few articles such as elasticized
portions of garments, labrics wat
erproofed with waxes, rubber or
other coatiniis which may melt
Don't iron washable pile fabrics
such as chenilles or corduroys be
cause ironing will mat the pile.
Some knit garments may be pulled
out of shape by ironing.
4 tO, THE Alll$-CKatf. - i5 !
MODEL C T3ACn:
' ... .. -. i aTT'T
SWINE DISEASE IS
ON THE INCREASE
Farmers who buy feeder pigs
from unknown sources take a big
chance "on getting animals which
are not only Inferior but also dis
eased and promiscuous buying of
feede.- pigs has been a large factor
in scattering disease, Dr. C. D.
Grinnells, of State College, said.
"A good hog man does not have
time to roam the country market
ing feeder pigs. He practices swine
sanitation. Buy your pigs from
him, even though you will have
to look him up," Dr. Grinnells said.
Hearing Set June 30
Fertilizer Grade List
A public hearing for consider
ation of the 1948-49 fertilizer grade
list for North Carolina has been
called by Commissioner of Agri
culture D. S. Coletrane for A p.m.
Wednesday, June 30, at Pullen
Hall, N. C. State College.
The conference will be open
to farmers, fertilizer manufactur
ers and dealers. Coltrane expressed
hope that all Interested groups will
be represented. .
665 Lose Driver s
License In May
During May, 665 persons lost
their driving licenses in North
Carolina because of drunken dri
ving, the Motor Vehicle Deuart
ment announced today.
This compared with 842 persons
who lost their licenses for the same
offense during May of last year,
and brought total drunken driving
convictions for 1948 to 4,024. The
May drunken driving convictions
were nearly 300 less than In April.
Hiway 11 - Pink Hill, N. C.
COOL AND COMIORTABLE
Uncle Sam Says
FILING SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE
John II. Carter, Company
KINSTON, N. C
"ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE"
L. a TUKNKB. Sr. T. . TTONTO
link Hill's O Ideas Inaoraoe Agency
PINK BUJU N. a
Seeding time oft the farm calls for
the use of strong, pure seed able to
meet weather and pest attacks and
till num through with a food har
vest United States Savings Bonds are
llfiS good reMable teed. They (row a
erop which can be left to full, rich
maturity In ten years at the rate of S4
for every ?8 Invested. Take a tip from
the wtae farmer who Is storing up S
erop of security by Investing now In
Sivltin Bonds. Be Is crowing more
money, security for himself and his
family and security tor nis conmry,
your aeenrity is America's security.
U. S. Tfcunry Dttlmal
WE WILL PAY
TOP MARKET PRICES
FOR CLEAN, CLEAN, SOUND
Seven Springs,, North Carolina
SUNDAY, June 13
Adventure On The Great Highways
Dust Be My Destiny
Starring John Garfield,
And 1'riscilla Lane.
Added Joy - "3 Stooges" Comedy
MON. & TUES.
Love - Thrills - Action - Brama
ROM THE 6MAT IQVI PtIMU
Also Color Cartoon
XTOW you can K ti
that Imvm ywt (c.7i .
1mt. Hart it diAm nt CJL,
mtM In txtictor dtiign $inc rubbef tlm
'iwVhnA ftexJ whaelf.'
' C iot jnt iflothef size tractor, but
A Mm We in farm power a new sys
ifiaa'sjf motorized farm tools. Plants up
L)(IO 2f acrM of com, sorgbumsr soy
l -bafst pV day with 2-row drill planter;
;. trgfldltt dot 12-inch, front-inounied
Y Wbdboad plow and 5-foot mower.
J )Opftei on 2 to 3 quarts of fuel per
''i,jjfriiwmtMf&'t n(i fuU s'ze rub
h tirta art stand aid equipment.
-y -t ' .,
Comt in and look It over.
HERE'S iaOW IT IS DIFFEKt.iT
CLEAR, SJRAIGHT-AHEAD VISION
ATTACH OR DETACH ANY
IMPLEMENT IN 5 MINUTES OR LESS
c"sowt jobs on mur
di1 iOBS ON S0l
SALES AND SERVICE
Wiid Bill Hickok
With Bruce Cabot,
And Constance Bennett.
TIIUKS. & FBI.
It's Dynamite! Action Plus--
Starring Burt Lancaster,
Hume Cronyn, Chas. Bick
ford, Yvonne de Carlo, Ann
Blyth, Ella Raines. : I.
Also Color Cartoon
BIG DOUBLE SHOW
Hit No. 1. Chas Starrett,
And Smiley Burnette in
mmmm 1 I
7 1 f
to t . t y
B ill - J""
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Today, when real rah any way you flgur ft. Thafs why
mora people buy Chevrolets and mora
people drive Chevrolers than any otfier
make of car. That's why we believe you,
too, will agree that CHEVROLET AND
ONlf CHEVROIET IS FIRST in dollar
value as it's first In ragtstrattons
means most to every
American family, Chevrolet continues to
offer the fowesf-priced fine of passenger
cars in fa field as well as the only line
of can giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT
LOWEST COST! Yes; Chevrolet gives
more vafee; any way you look at Ife
, if "
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n Wlrfs-Rlai 15-taek
VbMb (S4-s aMSM
of oroundl. CkavroW offs
yow Hi Mns W Krai for aaay,
ntM rldlag. HaaipifcabU
mw txlra-tow ,
mora confortabl itdai
absorb road shocks Inttcad
of fronssiiHtna lliaai la yotf
ond year cor. - -
' OptiMt t mI utra mi.
T. A. Turner & Co.
Hit No. 2 Wm. Gargan in
KYzxzixi r.lcter Co.
Jcr.:5 C!::vrc!:l Go.
PINK HILL, N. C.