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! . J"WLfassssesBSsfclS3N"i Bedroom " I " '
Five room. shresst shsr the view of trees and rolling bill In th s New FnW conCmnor,
.,.. ' -:ivrn a 91-feet wide plea a centrad, placed entry, onlv , fe I,.. i e
driv v I he masln i.edr.mm hn windows in three walla -one an enchanting baj, while Hi. I
feTuVng s7 ks a Urge picture window " "d bkC,M W,U '8
accessible to the garden porch through the adjoining dining alcove.
Mrs. Bessie W. Williams of Rox
boro and Miss Mason Worley of
Smithfield spent the week end here
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffin were
.among those from Pink Hill who
' . Were guests of the Sudan Shrine
Temple at an oyster roast at the
Kinston power plant Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill and
children were guests of relatives
in New Bern recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Smith
and family were recent visitors, at
Mr. Jones Smith returned Sun
day from Memorial General Hos
pital in Kinston where' he has been
receiving treatment for sometime.
. Mr. J. A. Worley has resumed
' his work as RFD carrier on Pink
Hill Rt. 1, after having taken a
leave of absence for several months
due to Illness.
Mr. Pinkney Aldridge is ill at
' the VA Hospital In FayetteviUe.
Mr. E. R. Maxwell has returned
from a southern trip extending in
to Mexico. He was away two weeks.
Mrs. L. H. Turner was at Wheat
Swamp i Wednesday to attend a
district meeting of Home Demon
stratlon Clubs. She is District
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Snelling and
children have returned to their
' home in Albany, Ga. after a visit
of several weeks with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady.
Attending a family reunion at
, the home of Mrs. L. R. Turner on
March 27 were Lt. and Mrs. Fred
Iawton of San Diego, Calif., Dr.
- and Mrs. Ludlow Turner of Jack
sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
, ' Rouse and family of Kinston Rt 4,
- Miss Celia Maxwell of Kinston,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Turner, sir.
and Mrs. H. E. Maxwell and Mr.
. f nd Mrs. Mortimer Maxwell all of
s Pink Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, Mr. and
' Mrs. James Miles and sons and Mr.
and Mrs. Linwood Turner anl sons
' spent the week end at the Jones
may get back
yon put your
faith in gov-
out for your own future needs."
More than half (51.) of
the families in the U. S. havent
waited for a Federal housing
agency to build them a home.
They own their own. In fact,
since the war began there has
been an Increase of 28 in home
A year ago, In 1947 for ex
ample, two million two hundred
thousand people bought homes
at aa average price of $7500
:S0. 880,000 Of these homes
For Sun And Vfovr
Cottage at Carolina Beach.
Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell of
Richmond, Va. spent the week end
with her parents. .
Lt. and Mrs. Fred Lawton and
daughter and Mrs. L. R. Turner
spent the week end in the home of
Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Turner at Jack
Miss Becky Turner was at Ral
eigh recently where she participit
ed in a 4-H Club radio broadcast
over WPTF. She was accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. L. H. Turner
and Mrs. Tom Davis and Miss Bet-
tie Jean Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams at
tended the funeral of SISgt. James
M. Brown in Kenansville Sunday
Mr. C. E .Goodson of Greenville
visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Williams of
Newport News, Va. visited relatives
here at the week end.
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards,
Messrs. Aubrey Turner, Earle and
Dcmpscy Smith spent the week end
at the Edwards Camp near New
For Peace Medal
Joyce Pierce, senior. In the finals
before the student body Friday
won the Lions Club Peace Medal,
given for her oration on "What are
the responsibilities of the United
States In World Affairs'. Others
competing were Barbara Howard,
Jr., Bobby Hicks Sophomore, and
Lou Ann Davis, Freshman. It was
Pink Hill's first participation in
the annual United Nations Peacj
Orations Contest. Miss Carolyn
Parrish, 12th grade teacher, coach
ed the orators. Judges were Re
N. P. Farrior, Presbyterian minis
ter of Pink Hill, Lloyd Humphrey.
Kinston businessman, and J. P.
Strother, managing editor of the
Kinston Free Press. '
Tho Servitc.T.cn isys:
All repair and replacement
parts used la our shop art
made in die Allis-Chalmers
factory, to the same spedfi-
cadon as the original para
in your machine. Our me
chanics are factory-trained,
and our service is approved
Mrs. J. L. Johnson 'was hostess
to the Presbyterian Youth Fellow
ship Group at its meeting Thurs
day night The meeting opened
with the hymn, "Fairest Lprd Je
sus". A short program was led by
Rev. N. P. Farrior. Officers for the
coining year were elected. They
are Pres. ... ancy Howard; Vice
Pres. Betty Howard; Secty. Jimmie
Lee Johnson; and Tre'as. Ann Riif
fin. Chairman of different com
mittees will be Dorothy Car-1
Stroud, Christian Comradeship;
Harold Johnson, Christian Growth;
Christine Summerlin, Christian
Outreach; and Billy Moore, Christ
ian Faith. The Adult Advisor for
the coming year will be Mrs. Roger
Sparrow - Thomas
In a quiet ceremony of simple
dignity, Miss Olive Mae Thomas of
Kinston, N. C. became the bride if
Mr. Ernest Sparrow of Chapel Hill,
N. C, on March 28th at 11:30 a.m.
at the home of the Rev. S. A. Ewart,
pastor of the Shilah Presbyterian
Church of Montrose, N. C. The
vows were performed by the Pev.
Ewart, using the ring ceremony.
Mrs. Sparrow was attired In light
grey with black accessories, y - :
She is the daughter of Mr. Clar
ence Thomas of Pink Hill and the
granddaughter of the late Mr. I, B.
Galloway Thomas, also of Pink Hill.
Mr. Sparrow is the son of Mr
and Mrs. F. H. Sparrow of Chapel
Hill. ' ' ,, .
The couple plans to make their
home at McCain, N. C. where the
groom is now employed. .
Tops Pink Hill
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Seven Springs High School I f
( ,iT5 -V 'i
"2 "s V I
Thunderbolts shocked '- the i Pink
Hill nine 10 to 2 Friday.- .
Coach J. O.' Waters used every
pitching Bolt of the Seven Springs
team, five -of them holding . Pink
Hill visitors hltless. The two Pink
Hill " runs were walked in during
the last Inning, v ; - ;f
Th tint game of the season for
both teams went only seven innings
by mutual agreement ' f : :
Gel Full Details
Gone are the days when a man
could say, "Oh, well -1 can always
get into the Army." Because it's
not true of the new peacetime
Mental and physical . require
mentc are high enough to Insure
only well qualified men can be en
listed. The new "Category System'
(wherein only the top quality Is
received and the others placed on
a waiting list, on a competitive
scale) further restricting an appli
Furthermore, each applicant
must have with him three letters
of recommendation from reputable
individuals. These recommendat-.
ions are character references, and
questionable persons will not be
Finally, police records are check
ed and report is made by letter to
the recruiting station. Men found
to have police records, except for
minor traffic regulations, will hot
be accepted for service.
Through this system the people
decide what type - of Army we
Full details about enlistments are
available at the US Army and US
Air Force Recruiting Staton, Odd
Fellows BJdg., N. John St. in Golds
Civil Service Exam.
The U. S. Civil Service Commiss
ion announces an open competitive
examination for the position of
Substitute Clerk-Carrier for filling
vacancies in the Post Office at
Chinquapin, N. C, The usual en
trance; salary of this position is
$1.04 per hour.
Competitors will be required to
report tor a written examination
at 8:30 AJV1. 4-7-49 at Wallace,-N.
C. For full information and appli
cation blanks, see postmaster at
Chinquapin, N. C,
State College Hints
A light starch always gives frilly
accessories a crisp look. If the ac
cessories require a very stiff finish
use a "cold water" starch. Wrap in
a towel and Iron while quite damp.
Iron laces and pieces with embroid
ery from the wrong side. The em
broidery will stand out even clearer
if ironed on a turkish towel.
Leather buttons or belts will look
newer and brighter if they are rub
bed With saddle soap, which may lie
. selection of jnodem styles . , ,
tiisifiedectwaricmuuhip of ,
oyrqMrfeocod carpet layers. , ;
From th tint courteous
showing of me line
daring the first look at the
riy laid carpet throughout -years
of nninterrupted wear
our customers are satisfied,
: Of course we have those '
pedal Blgelow k Gullataa ;
"If it' covers the floor ': --
we have It" -
. The annual Father and Son dln-
ner of the Pink Hill School Clufcl
of the Future Farmers of Americi
was held at the school Wednesda
night of last week.. Twenty-three
boys - and 21 fathers attended -1 .
hear a talk on farming practices by
Neil Bolton, agricultural agent of
the Tide Water Power Companyr
Speclal guests at the dinner were
County School Superintendent E.
E. Sams, N. B. Chestnutt, second
district FFA : supervisor; County
School Board Member J. M. Jones,
School Principal Frank S. Wiley,
and J; A. Davis, Whltford Hill,
Bruce Howard, and Paul Carter,
Pink Hill school committeemen. '
Club President Bobby Hicks pre
obtained at drug stores.
Some foods, such as fish, make
a pan smell disagreeable.
To remove the odors, soak uten
sil with baking soda solution (3 ta
blespoonsful of soda, to a quart of
water). .Follow by washing in hot
soapy Water, rinse and dry. :
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS -
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
KINSTON, N. XX
Tuteif & Turner
, "AIX PQNP8 OF tttSVtUkXOKf
L. Ol TUBNZaV lr.
PINE HHJU, N. C.
Kinston Aufo Auction'
; EVERY WEDNESDAY 2:00 P. M. -
The demand f or dean cars and trucks is unlimited,-as our
buyers from all over the state are paying the TOP CASH DOL
LAR for these vehicles. Bell your car or truck on theJONSTON
AUTO AUCTION. Some of last Wednesday's prices are listed
below: . . "
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Ponttac 8, new $2610 t Chevrolet, elean 1660
49 Ford eonv. need 1836 : ,, OldsmobUe 8. elean S50
48 Chevrolet SM, extra elean 1665 V " 42 Bnlok, elean 6?S
48 Ford tndor, average' 1176 89 Chevrolet coope, clo. S0
46 Ford, elean 1676 , .. 48 Nash, elean 465
46 Pbruouth, 5-coap, fair 986 46 Plymouth, elean 540
. HERBERJ W PATE
OWNER AND AUCTIONEER .
Goldsboro Hi-Way, Phone 4527, Kinston, N. C.
WE HAVE BOTH DUST AND LIQUID
TYPES FOB BLUE MOLD . CONTROt
NOW IS THE TIME TO START USING. IT
- ii'Oj -
sided, and the welcome to the pa
rents was given by Treasurer Mark
Sutton; The reply from the. fathers
came from . Bruce Howard. Other
club members taking part In the
talks on chapter accomplishments
and other, phases of the club work
were Donald Howard, Millard Jen
kins, Elbert Batchelor and .Presi
dent Hicks., "iXiT-h" -"V'''
;' In the review of the year's work
by the dub it wss revealed, that
the boys had taken the runner-up
position In Southwood Federation
competition in seed Judging and in
Parliamentary procedure. President
Hicks took first place in the. pub
lic speaking contest for the second
censecutive year. -:;.'-y ?. :s i'i
D:,:!b I.':!ivo Dios
In Cc!iia.w3f Ss C
Thomas. P. ' Puckett, 70,- native
of Duplin county, died In a Colum
bia, S. C, hospital Tuesday, March
29, after , an .illness of . eight years,
T. 4. TUBNEB
asassfsssssj Asjeswy I h J H II UY 1
v,uniri services wefir held in Ml. '
Oilve" from'' tbe-Tyridall funeral"
home the following Friday atter-vv
noon at 3 o'clock,' conducted., by. v
Rev. B, E. Dotsoh, pastor of thd :
Presbyterian unurcn, ana in-i--ment
' was in the Onslow family .!
cemetery-near Jones Mill
rMr.tPuckett moveo to uoiumoia'V
several years ago. Surviving are his.,
wife; one son, St. Elmore Puckett; ,
one daughter, Mrs. J. I. Humphrej,
all of Columbia; three brothers, Y.V ;
C.Puckett. Mt Olive. James Puck
ett of Texas, and Claude Puckett of -
WUmingtpn; and one sister, Mrs.
Mary Croom, of Burlaw.
b oooooooooo o
Hiway il Pink Hill, N. C.
"Showplaee of the' Caroflna's"
(In-A-Car Individual Sneakers).
- OUR ANNIVERSARY WEEK!
The Motor Park Is one year eld
this week and we're celebratlnc '
with this week of hits. " , 7l
SUNDAY, April 10E
WARNER BROS. FOUR IT 0N! -
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. ANN JS i :
' i,hBOBERIAlM-SZSAWIi, .
Also Color Cartoon
MON. & TUES.
froduccd by .
Also Shorts -
WEDNESDAY only ; ;!
Heap bl( ACTION MUSICAL Wo! 1
ia Urn ssk
Also "Canadian Mounted" Serial
' ". ' '
THURS. & FBI:
Double Cross Him And Die
Edward SMALL Miisif ' y-1.
AN EMU LION FILMS RELEASE "'
Also Color Cartoon
SATURDAY only Z -
j BIG DOUBLE SHOW
;.HITNonl. -v - ,
i Prison Girls
With Sidney Blackmer,
And Rose Hobart.
H I T No. 2
yr- -fci. ....... 9
aT AfPif1WPl 1
L y AHA-
f re purchased ry veterans.
C r 45 of a n-'' ti ct t' e
v hn 0" " " 1 '! I