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IITNANCVILLE, NOr.TIl CAROLINA
i ) ( 7
U.F.W. Meet Held
A reg'ibr rronlhly meeting of
the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post
No. 8514, was held at the new hut
in Pink Hill Wednesday night. A
gumptious supper of fried fish was
served after winch a business sess
ion was hold. A good attendance
was had. The veterans meet month
ly on the 2nd Wednesday night.
Mrs. J. M. Jones was hostess to
her bridge club at her home on
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ike
Stroud received high score prize
lor meniDers. Mrs. Matt Burke re
ceived second high and Mrs. Clar
ence Jones rnm:olation. Mrs. Jones
Smith received bingo prize and
Mrs. Rudolph Davis high score prize
The hostess served fruit punch,
nuts, mints and wafers.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Holden
and son returned home Sunday
after a week end in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones.
Mrs. Walter Godwin and daugh
ters of Wilmington and Miss Lula
Tyndall were guests of the H. D.
Maxwell family at the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Maxwell, Mr.
and Mrs. Mortimer Maxwell, Mrs.
Mait Burke, Mrs. L. R. Turner, Mr.
E. R. Maxwell, Miss Catherine
Grady, Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell,
Miss Jacqualine Burke, Mrs. Wal
ter Turner, Mrs. J. T. Spence and
daughter, and R. L. .King were
among those attending the funeral
of Mr. W. J. Grady Saturday.
Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell of Rich
mond, Va. is spending her vacation
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. II.
Mrs. Srtli Thomas and daughter
Pat have returned from visiting
relatives in llillsboro.
Mrs. Johnnie Holden and son,
Misses Fannie Grey, Mason and
Ham-ma Worley spent the week end
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SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C.
at Morehead: .
Mr. and. Mrs. J. K. Smith and
Sharon spent the week end at Surf
City, guests of the I. J. Sandlln
family who were vacatioing from
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards, Mrs.
Leslie Turner and Miss Betty Ed
wards spent Saturday night at the
Patrician Inn, Washington, N. C.
and attended-the Pamlico Harness
Horse races Sunday afternoon.
They came back via Goldsbnro and
were served supper, Dunet style,
at the Goldsboro Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Heath have
returned from a trip to the mo in
tains. They were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. II S. Wetmore of Ral
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Worley have
returned from a trip to Niagria
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Smith and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Hess Davis
and family were at Carolina Beach.
for a few days 'recently.
Mesdames Corbett Westcn, Allen
Murphy, Warren Carter, Melvin
Carter and Miss Polly W eston spent
last week at Carolina Beach. "
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith return
ed Saturday from a trip to the coal
mines of W. Va. and Tenn.
Mrs. Bob Smith of Roanoke, Va.
and Mrs. Cecil Henderson and
child of S'liithfield were guests of
Mr and Mrs. Jones Smith Friday.
Mrs. Helen Turner has returned
from visiting her daughter Mrs.
Floyd Betz in Grand Ropids, Minn.
Mrs. Bess'e Smith is visiti.ig her
sisters Misses Delia and Nyda
Cooke in Charlotte.
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffin and
family are guests of the Roger In
man family at Holden's Beach this
Mrs E. R. Maxwell has completed
her summer schoow work at ACC
and is now at home.
Mrs. J. J. Smith. Misses Carolyn
Smith, Nancy Howard, Frances
Quinn and Dorothy Carol Strcud
spent several days at Carolina
.Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Worley and
daughter of Richmond spent the
week end with relatives here.
Mrs. Horace Tyndall and Miss
Wanda Tyndall were recent Ral
Mbs Betty Edwards has arriveil
from Plonk's School' of Creative
Art on Asheville to spend the re
mainder of the fuinmer.
Miss Irene Mizzell, teai'her of
Home Ec in the Pink Hill School,
has returned from a month vacation
at her home in Snow Hill.
Bounce and Beauty Offered
In New "Dated" Tumblers
m - (
"Bounce" tumblers how carry
the date of manufacture as a
means of checking: their dura
bility. The "9" at left indicates
1949, the "J" signifies the (lass
was made in the third quarter.
Many household utensils and
table accessories are constantly
being improved to withstand
hard day-to-day usage. Look for
them when you shop: their dur
ability spells pocketbook econ
omy. For example, drinking tum
blers are being offered that will
outlast ordinary ones three to
five times. Heat-Treated
"bounce" tumblers will stand up
under rough treatment, can be
plunged from cold into hot
water without damage, and have
a safedge of hardened glass that
is guaranteed against chipping.
To prove their durability, the
maker etches the date of manu
facture on the bottom of each
class. Thus the housewife can
Heat-Treated water tumblers
re now offered in gay colors
yellow, red, or green combined
with white. The designs, ap
plied by special process, will
not wear or wash off..
determine just how much serv
ice she is getting . from these
Another feature came about
because so many women -asked
for it. Permanent 'decorations' in
gay kitchen colors they won't
wash or wear off are now being
applied to the "bounce" water,
tumbler. The design is "Luky
Clover," offering shamrocks in
red, yellow, or green combined
with white. The pattern is ap
propriate for kitchen, bathroom,
porch, 'and playroom areas
where glasses get hard usage.
The decorated nine-ounce
water glasses also have corru
gated sides to provide a Arm
grip an added safety factor in
homes where thr n nkiUfwv
Mr. and Mrs. JLH. Byrd and fam
ily were at Carolina Beach Friday.
Miss Elsie Byrd of Rocky Mount
is spending hef vacation With rela
tives at Carolina Beach this week.
. Mrs.. Sam Kornegay, Jr. of Pink
Hill is spending the week with her
father Mrs. J. H., Byrd. A
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grady were
in Mt. Olive Sunday afternoon. 1
Thcre will be a very important
meeting of all Duplin County Neg
ro farmers at the Colored School
in Kenansville. Monday n'i;ht, Aug
ust 22, 1949 at S o'clock. This meet
ing is -being Ju?ld in conjunction
with a request made by Dr. I. O.
Schaub. -Director of the North
Carolina Extension Service, in get4 '.
ting pastures seeded on every farm'
having livestock or poultry. Trlpple
Credit payments and farm orga
nization will also be, discussed, Mr.
S.'J. Hodges, Agronomy Specialist,
Mr. J. A. Spauldlng, District Agent
for the . .North' Carolina Extension
Service and a representative of. the
DupUn County A.C.A. wlU be pres
ent.. f.:-.:.-'-y;. ?
FOR ATHLETES FOOT
USE T-4-L BECAUSE
It has- greater PENETRATING
POWER. ' With undiluted alcohol
base, it carries the active indica
tion DEEPLY, to kill .imbedded
germs On CONTACT. V, f f -i:
IN "ONE UtiVB ?.
You MUST be pleased or your 40c
back at any drug store, Apply
PULL v STRENGTH fqr v ath
letes foot, F. O. (foot odor), itchy
or sweaty feet ' Today at '
OTa inopendsjnfceMractor mmHo
Broadcasts F. M.
Radio Station W.P.T.F., Raleigh,
is now broadcasting on FM. it was
announced this week. The station is
using the facilities of a new mam
moth transmitting tower just com
pleted on a site near Cary, N. C.
me mi transmitter operates on a
frequency of 84.5 megacycles with
an effective radiated power of
11 i n wii '
(folks EVERYWHERE $AY .
FORDfc 'FIRSTS' rVTRW
WAY AHEAD OF ITS FIELD.'
0nly fittf natfibseV'
'Magic Action' Brakes
that are fully self energizing!'
irJo one but Ford offers
" ' a choice of lOO'horse';
J havenl seen anytTiing
to equal those
i a- -
first with Sofa-Wide Seat !r
fer& miles "ahead in gas" jftiy'
avinj with i it
WUH M Mm, 'Umak Mr".
Shere else can you buy.
1 mucn car tor
so little ?'
.ford's rst with
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W.PrT.F.'s AM programs will con
tinue to be heard at 680 kilocycles.
The same programs will be" heard
on the FM band. According to
General Manager R. H. Mason, tha
chief purpose of this duplicat'on
is to give listeners in the West and
Northeast better programs through
nut the entire broadcast day. .,
Bl GASTON F. GRADY;
Mrs. W. G. Smith and Charlotte
went to Seven Springs WiWsday
for a "hair-do"j V J
Miss" Geralriine Grady of Fay-
etteville is spending the remainder
of .her vacation with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Durham Grady? She
has been spending some time' with
friends at Myrtle Beach, S. fl
Mesdames John Hussey and Thur
man Hussey visited Mrs. J. H. Byrd
MMdames Henry F. Grady and
Durham Grady and Miss Geraldine
Grady visited Mrs. Bettie Outlaw
of Outlaw's Bridge and Mrs. Eduh
Mesdames Perry Barwick, Jessie
Outlaw, and Miss Georgia Lee
Rouse shopped in Kinston Friday.
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BjliMiiilirriM iriiL : 1
1. TVansmission dutch starts and stop tSj ,
but permits uninterrupted operation of PTO,
belt pulley and hydraulic system. . : ?
2. Engine clutch controls entire power line vi
' Transmission clutch makes it possible to Atopo, j
reduce forward travel without affecting VTOfi
speed. Every experienced fermer will .under!,. -r
stand the advantages of this system.! .5f.f'!r
'TWO-CLUTCH POWER CONTROL is 'reftladV x
vantage in the harvest seasons. .
Stop in and see us for full information.
k ail two-plow owr. Availobl
with Mid franl axl. , ,
17 nowitalum includ
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T. A. TURNER & COMPANY
Pink Hill, II. C.
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PINK HILL, N. C.
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