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Onee again - ."The Lost Colony"!
. And Old Tom (center) dances mer
rily . through the scenes of. the
drama which relates the tale of the
first white colonists to establish
English colonies in America. At left
Pink Hill Defeats
above, two of the players mix paint
for the scenery which decorates the
stage of the outdoor amphitheater
(right above) over the waters of
Roanoke Sound on Roanoke Island.
Virginia Dare the first white child
born in the New World is christen
ed by Father Martin (bottom left).
At court, Queen Elizabeth smokes
the new weed brought over from
the New World by friendly Indians.
The Pink Hill oaseoail team de
feated Deep Run 4-2. on the Deep
Run diamond Sunday afternoon.
The Maxwell family, at the mill,
and their guest last week enjoyed
a weiner roast on Thursday -afternoon.
A regular meeting of the Civics
Club was held at the school Friday
night A bountiful supper was ser
ved after which a routine of busi
ness was transacted.
Caught Near Here
A Negro convict, serving a 20
year sentence, who escaped from
Duplin County authorities near Sa
recta several days ago, was caught
asleep in a chicken house on the
farm of Faison Turner -near here
Friday morning. The chicken house
adjoined a small tenant house in
the edge of a wood, only a few
feet from the highway. The convict
earlier in the morning had called
on another Negro, Clemmie Branch
at his home near the Turner farm
and after he had left, Branch re
ported it to KnKHiU officers.
Messrr. Wallace Williams of
Smlthfield and W. A. Williams of
Rlchmondi, Va. were visitors witn
Increase The Convenience Of
Your Telephone Service
The convenience of. your telephone service
can be increased many times by adding exten
sion telephones. An extra telephone in the kit
chen will save time and steps for the whole fam
ily. Extension telephones are available and sur
prisingly inexpensive. Contact our business
ffice now. We will be happy to furnish you
with complete information on this low cost-high
convenience, telephone service.
Carolina Telephone And Telegraph Company
folks in Pink Hill Sunday.
Mi.s Irine Davis of Nashville, a
former teacher here, spent the
week end with Mrs. G. M. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis and chil
dren of Elizabeth City spent the
week end with Mrs. C- A. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tyndall visit
ed in Moss Hill Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Watlington,
Jr. of Kcidsville spent last week
with Mr. and Mrs.. H. D. Maxwell.
Also visiting the Maxwells were
Maj. II. D. Maxwell of Washing
ton, D. C. and Mrs. Walter Godwin
and children of Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Maxwell, Sr.
Maj. and Mrs. H. D. Maxwell, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Watlington, Jr.
and Miss Violet Maxwell were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith and Car
olyn returned Wednesday from a
two weeks visit with the Charles
Saunders family in San Antonio,
Texas. Mrs. Saunders and son ac
companied them here for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis had as
guests the past week her mother,
Mrs. L. M. Gates of St Matthews,
Mrs. J. M. Jones spent the week
end at their summer home at More
head. They had as guests Mr. and
Mrs. Johnnie Holden, Mr. and Mrs.
Linwood Turner and family, Mr.
and Mrs. James Miles and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Turner and
baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wil
ey and Scotty.
! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiley and
son were at Bath Friday to attend
the wedding of her sister, Miss
i Mollie Cartwright.
Miss Violet Maxwell was a recent
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Wat
lington, Jr. at Reidsville.
I Mrs. T. J. Turner and Judy visit
ed Mrs. W. B. Marshtourn at Rich
I Miss Thelma Dilday, Home Ec
teacher at B .F .Grady left for her
home at Ahjski to spend the sum-
I Mr. -and Mrs. H .M. Wells and
i family spent the week end at the
Duplin Cottage at Carolina Beach.
Mr. H. M. Wells, Jr. has returned
to Charlotte after a vacation with
his parents at Grady School.
Alfred Wells represented Smith's
church at a Youth Conference held
at Flora Macdonald College re
cently. Mr. C. E. Goodson of Raleigh
visited relatives here Monday.
S.M.T. Post To Give
The Simmons, Mewborn, Turner
Host No. 379 American Legion will
hold a basket picnic at Maxwell's
Mill Sunday, July 4 .Dinner will be
at 1 p.m. The public is cordially in
vited to attend and bring a well
filled basket. A good time is prom
ised to all.
Mrs. J .H. Bell has returned home
from visiting in Snow Hill.
Miss Ina Mae Boone of LaGrange
is the guest of Hilda Grace and
Ann Boone this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Boone were
guests Sunday of her father, Mr.
Jim Seymour of Goldsboro.
Use Sprays, Dust
"Sprays and dusts are like mat
ches and, gasoline - -useful, essent
ial and safe if handled intelligently,
but must be treated With the same
respect," says L. F. Weeks, Duplin
County Farm Agent.
Used properly, sprays and dusts
prevent heavy farming losses, but
carelessly handled they can cause
disability or death of human beings
and livestock, the agent declared.
State College Hints
The ingredients ior a salad bowl
should be lightly but thoroughly
tossed that each leaf and each in
gredient is coated with dressing
before the salad is served.
W.hen' peanut butter is too dry
for spreading, it can be rolled in
to little balls and dipped in pow
dered sugar -- fine to serve with
Breakfast cereals won't keep well
through the summer. Crackers and
flour also suffer from warm wea
ther and need to be used faster
than in cooler months. If they need
freshening, crisp in warm oven.
It is great to live a rounded life
as an individual, family, or community.
Q. How much cropland does the
United States have?
A. About 400,000,000 acres.
Q. What are the qualities of a
good grass silage?
A. Clean odor, pleasing taste,
free from mold and rot, uniform in
moistness and color.
Q. What is "Dixie crimson clover"?
For A Real Taste Thrill .
C::d Every Day
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FILING SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE
John II. Carter, Company
KINSTON, N. C
We Are Now Taking Orders For
FLUES and FLUE REPAIR PARTS
Ve Deliver To Your Farm
Seven Springs .
Seten ;ris, North Caiclhta 1
Fatigue and Worry Can Be
Prevented By Proper Steps
Worry and fatigue can be prevented by observing
a few simple rules.
By eliminating these two destructive factors from
your daily life, you will keep your energy and spirits
Certain ways of preventing worry and fatigue are
given by Dale Carnegie in an article in the July issue
of Commopolitan magazine, in which he states;
"Rest before you get tired.
"Learn to relax at your wori.
"Apply these five good working habits. (1) Clear
your desk of all papers except those relating to the im
mediate problem. (2) Do things in the order of their
importance. (3)Do the distasteful things first. (4) When
you face a problem, solve it then and there, provided
you have necessary facts. (5) Learn to organize, depu
tize and supervise.
"To prevent worry and fatigue, put enthusiasm in
to your work.
"Remember, no one was ever killed by lack of sleep.
It is worry about insomnia that does the damage not
A. It is a crimson clover especial
ly developed for the South. The
new Dixie variety acts something
like lespedeza. The seeds have hard
er coats and can stand heat and
drought conditions very well. Sup
plies of the new seed are limited
but should be plentiful within a
year or two.
The pulpwood industry Is. pro
viding, for the third consecutive
year, one week's samps at which the
farm youth of the South learns how
to better oare for and treat trees
growing on his farm.
These camps are administered by
the State Forestry Department
,hih nrnvida the teaching staff
and arrange the forestry subjects to
The boys are selected to attend
camp on the basis of outstanding
forestry work performed the pre
vious year on their farms as was
judged by officials of the Exten
sion service and "vocational agricul
In camp the boys learn how to
prevent and control woods fires,
plant trees, make thinnings, cruise
timber, and select trees to be cut
for the best product.
The camp in North Carolina will
be held August 22-28 at Bladen
Lake State Forest.
Reduction In Pig
N. C. hog growers iarrowed few
er sows and produced a smaller
crop of spring pigs this year than
last, according to the U. S. Depart
ment of Agriculture.
Pigs saved per litter were up
but the increase was not sufficient
to offset the drop in the number
of sows farrowed. The total num
ber of pigs saved was placed at
819,060 this spring as compared
with 831,000 for the ame period
Iliway 11 -Pink Hill, N. C
COOL AND maw car ABLE
Sunday", July 4th
Celebrate The 4th of July
By Seeing A Good Show
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Scretnpljy by Rot Huggm t
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PtoducrJ and direoted by $ SYLVAN SIMON ?
Added Color Cartoon
Mon. & Tues.
Betty's Best Yet!
VMM K ll M-X. Jk
Tut er & Turner
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Big Double Show
HIT No. 1:
Hoialong Cassidy in
T! A. Turner & Co.
PINS HILIj, n. c
Cassidy Of Bar 20-
IUT No. 2:
Isle 01 Destiny
With Wm. Gargan .
And Jvme Lang.'