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A regular meeting of the Busi
ness liens Club waa. held at the
new VTW but here Monday night
Won hail aunata ai mnnar thalr
f Iwivee. the local school faeulty and
County Supt H. u. Bullock and fill
wife of Kinston.
Mrs. Ik Stroud waa hostess to
ler bridge club and an additional
)le at her homo Wednesday a
jiernoon, Mrs. Jones Smith scored
High for members and Mrs. T. A.
Ifrurner received consolation. Mrs.
J3. M. Turner, won in bingo and
SMI Irene Mlzzell won high for
visitors. -' 1
H The hostess served cashew nuts.
Hakes and cold drinks. ., .
The Sophomore Qlass recently
elected the following ottioars: John
aBobert spenae, area.: James How
rd, Vlce-Pres.; Hilda'Orace Wiley.
Hecty.; Catherine Hill, Treaa.; and
3Iilton Bostlc Reporter.
The officers of the Horn Be
jplub are Pres.- Ann Davis; Vlce
Jres. Barbara Stroud: Sooty, sr-
jjelle Sanderson; Treas. Ban Belle
Sray, Hist Catherine Hill? Pari.
3ye A.r. U. W., Ui Amgdt. CaliK
Ifeiecd amMing relid from of
yuppie P. with eaoUunc iuul Act
ao rdacvt pain, itching imiMltf SOOthse
3nnamc4 mum-iuuricaua onr. aaro
aencd pvtSMKipe prevent cnckJnc tore
I nwiuig. I on awa mi com
i Don't suffer mulm torture
i Bile. Cat iuo lor but. wo.
Sarful rein. Ask your doctor oo"J it,
Suppocitory form Uo tube wuhv
Sfarattd pile pipe lor cy muati4il ,,
3. faj timu a1
for Best Prices anil Cotn-
Ipiete Job on Monument,
!!ec or Writer ,
-r a ww f as
Fiorina Dearer; Reporter, Hilda
Grace Wiley; Song Leader, Lottie
Belle Malpais; Chapter Advisor,
Miss Irene Mlxzell and Chapter
Mower, sirs. Bessie Quinn.
Mr. Bryant Smith, Jr., a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Smith, Sr., of
Smith Township and Miss Sybil
Stroud, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Stroud of Pink Hill, Bt
1, were married at the horns of the
bride Sunday, September 16th; at
4:30 in the"" afternoon. Bev. L. C.
Prater, Unlversallst, of Seven
The bride is a 1940 graduate of
the Pink Hill high school and the
groom is a graduate of the B. F.
Grady high school. '
After a wedding trip to western
North Carolina the couple will be
at home on the groom'a farm.
Preceding the Smith Stroud
wedding on Sunday a cake cutting
was held at the home of the bride
Saturday evening. Seated at oppo
site ends of the table were Mrs.
Wm. Stroud, mother of the bride,
who served the cake after the bri
dal couple, cut the first slice, and
the groom'a mother, who served
punch. Only a few elose friends at
tended. The Women of the Presbyterian
Church met with Mrs. Floyd Heath
at her home Tuesday night. Mrs.
Earl Stroud presided. The program
was presented by Mrs. E. M. Sills,
assisted by Mesdames N. P. Farrlor,
Rudolph Davis, T. A. Turner and
The meeting closed with mlzpah
and the hostess served potato chips,
and homemade cake with an iced
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. John McPhane attended
the races at Morehead recently.
. Mrs. T. A. and Mrs. G. M; Tur
ner were at Atlantic Beach Tues
U. anil Ura . 3 A Mercer of
fountain spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Worley and at
tended the pageant Saturday nignt.
"ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
L. C. TURNER, J. T. J. TUBNEB
Pink Hill's Oldest Inaoranee Agency
PINK HILL. N. C ,
. Mr. and Mrs. James Miles, Pat
and Mrs. Seth Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Davis and Lou Ann
spent the week end at Morehead.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Turner
were at Ft. Barnwell Friday to at
tend the funeral of J. F. Harrison,
Jr. who was killed in an auto wreck
, Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs of Wilming
ton spent Saturday with Mrs. Jack
McPbaul and attended the pageant
Saturday night. ,..;X,,I
Mr. Plnkney Abridge who has
been confined In a Charlotte hospi
tal has returned home. .
' Mrs. Zeb Williams Is visiting her
daughter Mrs. F. D. Burroughs in
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boney and
daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V.
May Saturday enroute home In'
New York after visiting relatives in
Practically everybody in Pink
Hill attended the Pageant in Ke
nansville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Smith were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Wha-
ley in Klnston Sunday.
Mrs. T. A. Turner spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Par
Mr. and -Mrs. JSi D. Porter and
daughter of Greenville were guests,
of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Williams
Thursday and attended the page
Mrs. G. M. Turner spent the week
end with relatives at Southport.
Mrs. Jack McPhaul accompanied
by her parents attended a funeral
of a cousin in Charlotte bunaay.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lane ana fam
ily of Norfolk visited relative here
The Pink Hill FFA initiated 19
new members Friday night Sept
18 at the school gym. A fish stew
followed given in honor, of the
green hands. Featured at the meet
ing was a showing of the motion
picture "The Green Hand" by S. E.
Johnson, Chapter Advisor.
Mr auk, delightfully comforting help for
lobaalad Slu MwamaUam, Artbrltl.
MrnrltU, Lombaro, BelaUca, or Maoralete trj
K. WuTthrourh tta. blood. Flrrt doM
nailr atatta aUrrtatlne palu ao too oan
oak, onjor life na t-V ors oomiortaoiy.
OiZmZi arassM today. QotalbjMB.
paii aatiriatmn or mooay baoS gnarmntoad.
' Mrs. Rogers, mother of Mrs. J.
P. Royal has returned toiler home
in Virginia. after visiting here for
some time. . ...-.
V. P. Squires spent Wednesday
in Wilmington. .
. Mrs. Sallie Tucker spent Tues
day and Wednesday at Harrell's
Store. ' : '
Harold Martin of Birmingham,
Ala. Joined his wife and baby here
Saturday, visitlng-her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. Wilson. '
Mrs. Robert Sykes of Fayette
ville is visiting her mother Mrs.
Alice Gay lor.' :'' '!
Afton Quinn has entered Wake
Forest College as ministerial stu
dent His license to preach were
granted at the Baptist Church of
Magnolia. The Church rejoices to
have two ministerial students, Af
ton Quinn and Bruce Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson spent
the week end In Faison with their
son Lee Peterson and family.
- Mrs. Irene Bishop was entertain
ed Sunday on her birthday at her
Rev. J. P. Royal attended the
Baptist Pastor's Conference In War
Miss Minnie Joyner is spending
this week m Wilmington with Mrs.
.Mrs. Jack Wells entered Golds
boro Hospital Saturday for an ap
Jasper Byrd recently moved ti
Rose Hill. He found a better house
there. Magnolia needs some new
houses. ,; 1' s
Mr. Leland Braawell moved his
Also CYANAMIDE For Control Of Weeds
ON TOBACCO BEDS
Seven Springs Supply Co.
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C.
i ffe-v WITH -
WAREHOUSES, KIIISTOII, II. C
SALE K0!!DVf SEPT. 2Ch
family to KenansvUle last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Msrlon Williams
are visiting her brother, Mr. Jim
Bitter and family.
Dies In Magnolia
Julius Lambert, 73, died Thurs
day afternoon at his home in Mag
nolia after a short illness and sever
al months of declining health.
Funeral services were held on
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by
the Rev. K. D. Brown of Burgaw at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mel
issa C. Powell in Msgnolia. Burial
was in the Cemetery in SmlUifield
at 4:30 o'clock.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Ida Capps of Four Oaks;
one daughter Mrs. Powell of Mag
nolia; nine grandchildren; two
great grandchildren; one smer,
Mrs. Fannie Edwards of Four Oaks;
two half brothers, Gilbert Lambert
of Mt. Olive and Frank Lambert of
Revival, At Sarecta
A Revival Meeting, at the Sarec
M J afj
Per uiak conuor.UHi ' w Jf,"1
RhMimaUs PHii. Gutuw lip T Is.
cloudy uruta. tnlwtinl panamac. i 1 aim.
to aon-onanle and non-W'tcaik Klay and
Bladder troubla. try Cvttax. Calc eoinptata
aatlrtan'" or money na
fear aiagsu cynrcs wuaj.
ta Church, will begin on Sunday,
October 2, and last through Sun
day, October 9, 1949. Bev. M. E.
Godwin will be the evangelist. The
services will begin each evening
at 7:30. Everybody. Is Invited to
North Carolina farmers received
the thanks of their Governor this
week for the "very fine wirk"
which they have done to assure a
Tar Heel victory in the "corn war"
"When Tar Heels enter a contest,
they aim to win," he declared.
Our Many Buyers Are Especially Anxious for
Good, Clean Cars and Trucks
$5.00 Pays Everything
Sale Rain or Shine
OWNER and AUCTIONEER
Goldsboro Highway Phone 4527
KlfoSTON, N. C.
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No laxative. Belt-AO brills'! r-mnfiirt In a
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BELL-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25t
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN
Beulavillc, N. C.
WARSAW, N. C.
ATHLETES FOOT GERM t i
AMAZING RESULTS i ,
IN ONE HOUR y. '
By using T-4-L, a strong-, penetrat- i
'ing fungicide, you reach imbedded
germs to kill on contact. You feel i , 1 ,
this quick-drying liquid take hold i '
instantly. Now, you must be pleased
or your 40c back from any druggist. - '.
Today at KenansvUle Drug Store. dj: , ?
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