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Kiwayll Pink Hill, N. C.
"Slump lace of the Carolina's"
(Ia-A-Car Individual Speakers)
STRICKEN BY RARE MALADY
TUtner & Turner
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L. C TUENSB, Jr.
T. J. TUKNXm
HBJ'fl OlSeel Ussaraaea Aeteaej ' ,
PINK HHJU N. O
StJNDAT, Mar. 20th
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IJAolL KAInuUnt'LLAUUt KAIrto
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Also Color Cartoon
Perfect stars in a perfect picture
And Greer Garson in
Also Color Cartoon
It's Devil Horse Fury!
With Preston Foster, Mary
Stuart and Thunderhoof.
Also Last Chap. Jesse James Serial
THURS. - FRI.
Look! You Guys and Gals!
wi,h CESAR ROMERO
WALTER ABJEL - REGINALD GARDINER
Also Color Cartoon
BIG DOUBLE SHOW!
Train To Alcalraz
WithWith Don Barry
And Janet Martin.
HIT No 2
Law Comes To Texas
With "Wild Bill" Elliott.
1. They are aged under
2. They have high Insulat-Ji
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3. They "are Termite Proof.
4. They are Fire Safe.
5; They are Economical.
They Are Built To
Not To A Price. .
JKEW VOKK New York PesUn aster Albert Goldman reads the tamUt
to Michael Celancelo, S, and Ms sister, Pmlttte, C, setting blood' irant
fusions tor Mediterranean, ar Cooler's, anemia. The transfusion bleed mu.st
come from persons whose forebears are from the Mediterranean -.
Miood for the children's twice-monthly transfusions is supplied tiio
New York City Post Offlcs Blood Service, assisted by Red Cross-
Mrs. Lehman Williams was hos
tess to a regular meeting of the B.
F. Grady Home Demonstration
Club at her home Monday after
noon. Mrs. Williams presided.
Home Agent, Miss Hilda Clontz,
gave hints on "Modern Serving
Aids". Mrs. Paul Williams made
a short talk on Poultry and Mrs.
Lewis Williams gave some sugges
tions on making Spring suits.
The club voted to donate $25
for the purchase of cooking uten
sils'for the American Legion Hut
a Maxwell's Mill.
Nineteen members and four vis
itors were present.
Refreshments carried out the St.
Patrick Day motif.
Mrs. Scott Herring will be hostess
to tfie club at its next meeting on
April 4, at her home.
P. T. A. Meets
A regular meeting of the Pink
Hill PTA was held at the school
Monday evening, March 14. The
meeting was one of a series -on
Good Citizenship, being sponsored
by the PTA and- Home Demonstra
tion clubs of Lenoir County. Rev.
Weston C. Reed, Supt of Ken
nedy Home Orphanage was guest
C.(ieL Kerfiieth Maxwell, son of
Mr. art) Mrs. E. R. Maxwell If
Pink Hill, has been promoted to
the rank of Cadet Platoon Sergeant
at Castle Heights Military Academy J
n Lebanon, Tenn. The appointment
to this rank is based on the cadet's
military and efficiency record. Ca
det Maxwell was also a member of
the cast of "Patience," an operetta
recently produced by the Music
The .''irk It'll H'Z'n School 3lli
enu'o .;: Is rtetcaied the B. F. Grad
y 8t'i giaders 18 to 11 in the Pink
Hill High School gym Friday after
Mrs. J. K. Smith was hostess ta
a regular meeting of' her bridge
club Tuesday evening. - ; ' '
; WE HAVE BOTH DUST AND LIQUID
TYPES FOR BLUE 'MOLD CdNTROL
NOW IS THE TIME
The Si. Patrick day theme was
carried out in decorations and re
freshments. Mrs. Linwood Turner
was the winner of high score prize,
Miss Irene Mizelle won second,
while Mrs. Roger Inman won con
solation prize. ' Mrs. Frank Wiley
won a prize in bingo. After the
first progression coca colas - and
mints were served and at the con
clusion pineapple delight ' with
whipped cream and coffee - v -
U; F. V. Meets
At a meeting of the Willard
Smith of the U. F. W. held in the
town hall Wednesday night, the
following officers were elected: '
Commander.. Jasoer 0. TyndaU:
Sr. Vice Comm.. George M. Tur
ner, Jr.; Vice Comm , Christopher
Coombs; Quartermaster, Aubrey W.
Turner; Adj., Jasper1 K. Smith;
Post Advocate, John E. Johnson;
Chaplain, Rev. Norman P. Farrlor.
These officers will be installed at
a special meeting to be held in
After adjournment a fish stew
Mrs. Clarence Jones was called
to Wilson Friday due to the ollneis
of her sister-in-law, Mrs 'Bustet"
- Mies Carolyn Parrish-awtAnn
Youngbiood of the school 'facuity
rpent the week end at Wilsm Mils.
. Cadet Kenneth Maxwell spent
a few days at home here recently:
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson ai d
son Freddy, Messrs, Lonnie and
Haywood Stroud visited Mrs. Lon
m. strnnri at Sanatorium Saturday.
Mrs. Clifton Howard and son of
Kinston visited Mr. and Mrs.. Floy a
Heath Sunday; I '
M. nnd Mrs. CU-shlttn Turnor and
u4i.jth;er s.pe::i the weax ana m ri.
T, 11 ' V; 7-.V.. .-
iluth Turner Parrott. of Kinston
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has been visiting ner tmuuuiii'
m A Tinman . f i i. J I 1
mis. i. "'' ! -r
r:r ill i'r4 :Tar Lin
wood Turnec. T. tJ.: TuroW. John
fn Plpi4h Thunday,
, Mrs. T. A. 'Turner attended the-
funeral of Mr. WHltam Pifltett in
Kenansville' lastFriday . 1;
Floyd Heath, Ji;.,?Ia ;iturned
to Washington, a. arter a wee
end -visit at nis-noroe.
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IMS, Uoinej Dog
E. C. Tyhdail Dies
C. Preston Bryant, 77 of Clinton,
Route 2, died in a Fayetteville hos
pitai at 9:49 p.m. Sunday after a
long Illness. Funeral services were
held from Rowan Baptist Church
Monday at 4:30 p.m. with the Rev.
M. C. McQueen, Dr. Roy McCul
loch and Dr. R. F. Marshburn ofi i -elating.
Burial was in Mt Gilead
Cemetery. Surviving are two daugh
ters, Mrs. R. W. Sasses of Wilming
ton, and Mrs. E. C. TyndaU of Ke
nansville; five sons, C. L., A. L..
Kinston Auto Auclionl
EVERY WEDNESDAY 2:00 P. M; i
The demand for clean cars and trucks. Is unlimited, as our ,
buyers from an over the state are paying the TOP CASH POL
LAR for these vehicles. Sell your" car or Jruck on the KINSTON
AUTO AUCTION. Some of last Wednesday'srices are listed .
befow: . . ' t' . - -V v-ritjjf'i)
49 PonUae g. new J261 40 Chevrolet, clean VM'
49 Ford eonv. used 1830 41 Oldsmoblle I, clean to
48 Chevrolet SM. extra dean IMS 48 Bulok, eleaa f7S
48 Ford tudor. average U78 39 Chevrolet oenpe, eln. 594T
48 Ford, eleaa 107S h Nash, eleaa 85:
48 Plymouth. 5-coupe, fair 928 40 Prymouth, eleaa 840
HERBERT V. PATE
OWNER" AND AUCTIONEER f
Goldsboro Hi-Way, Phone 4527,Klnstoo, N. C
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, thy can't escape. Loo &sj .wait' ; r;v y, ...;J
$howe.k:kmnt AliJ-KslItd balei aliad wato lii
thatched root Lea txrca on the ground: they dry dT i
fefteraftwaiain,;;! .. l-Z:' AA :'.'-.-.- )
rcicra rex ksa.i owr::-;:-Do your own bali s i
hour jrcsar crop teready ' ;';,".'vr'
; HAKSia CSr:il WINSX5V-cuti wladrc tcitV;
aad mk tL best bale. Tana xt mora fcslet t hoim fv
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THE ARKWS "rVPTfcNTs'pATt
BACK TO THE CIVII, WAR AH9 '
sVBBK SO NAM CP MCAUM TrMtV
AKI IN IMS SHAPE Of A POO HOUSE
earth Center. If. Y. C.
P. S., Jeff C, all of Clinton, and
J. T. Bryant of Wallace; one sister,
Mrs. Mattie J. Carter of Rocky
Daniel Stewart WeUs, 70, Rose
Hill, died at tns home Sunday at
6 ajn. after a long illness. Funeral
services were held from the Rose
HUl Baptist Church Monday at 3
p.m. with . Rev. J. V. Case officia
ting. Burial was in Rose Hill ceme
tery. His wife; four sons, J. S., H.
F., Donald R.r and Dodson, all of
the home survive.
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MOM llAVtS STAY ON .
way to bale. Savef
mora laavas. color and : "
protein of hay. Laaves ,
a rollnrl inalft mtumm "t
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it you woul I ITS
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Officp $u0ftes r
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DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
M.i II. Carter, Cc.?:ny
KINSTON, N. C
Levis E. "Moon" Mullen
Commercial - Residential - Industrial
-RURAL FARM WIRING MY SPECIALTY
All Work Guaranteed
. i v . v. a? Jry
Class 1ECL298 Phone 2576 , Warsaw, N. C. :
Mov; Plymouth on Dicploy
Plymouth's new spcoial . deluxe
Is teaturad abov. Brilliant : new
Ityitef i combined with outstanding
riding comfort, increased roominess,
.and. sweeping nieehanusal improve
Rni in the new Jtoe of Plymouth
Completely rcoeataned, tba bew
Plymaoth has a hman ' wbeeihaaa
tor a better ride and more totdA
stahBHy, but tea tront and
averhang far easier parking and
garaging. While Cut silhouette has
bean lowered and the x width de
creased, there at more head ana leg
room and acuta are wider. Typical
of Plymouth's menp raflnenienta is
the Ignition-atartar combination,
with which a turn of the key starts
(he engine. "
' The new Plyraouthi are 'sleelT in
appearance. New tear-end styling
provides a graceful balance with
the horizontal grille lines which em-
phasise the broadness of the fromV
Fenders which blend perfectly into
body lines are nevertheless separate
and 4rtacablei thus avoiding sheet
snetal panels so costly to repair or
eilaoo. , . . j ' . '':r"y'
, The new Plymouth line hwtudes
feme . distinct sTutomobfles. Special
dfotuse and deluxe types are on a
lXS-ineh wheelbase, one inch longer
j. . .( i
than last year's. . Special y! deluxe
models are1: four-door 1 sedan, club
coupe,, convertible club coupe and
station wagon. . In the deluxe group .
are the four-door sedan and the
club coupe. In addition, Plymouth
will build three deluxe models out
a brand now Ill-inch whaelbastv a
two-door sedan,-a uuaoaer
eoupe, end new body type, the
Suburban. , , . .
The 87-horsepower engine has Im
proved performance and eiotonc?
with a new design cyliouur head
which increase ' eomprestdod ratio
to 7 to 1. ' A new chrome lutefl
compression - piston ' ring riuce
cylinder wear and provides ( eatar
protection during' the brelt-Jn
period. There are improved oil
rings for greater oil economy, wttila
a newly-designed intake- man!' 'J
Induces quicker, amoothat
warm-up and produces aster 1 1 ,
response.. . ; ;
Body styling which produee
greater passenger room without et
cassive bulk also increases V "
V-typa' windshields have 87 r i
more! area and trovide i
vision without distortion. T. .,
vrptvi cleaf 8U percent f
area, and the rear window i
pero nt larger.