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There will be a square dance at
the Pink Hill High School gymna
sium Saturday night. Dance SDonsor
ed by the Pink HiU Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Everyone is inviteo
to attend. Good Music - Good Pun.
The second PTA meeting of the
B. F. Grady PTA was held on the
evening of Oct. 10. Dr. G. V. Good
ing of Kenansville gave a talk on
the Duplin County Health Program.
Mrs. Zollie Kornegay led the de
votional. After Edna Joyce Adams had
presented the problem of finan
cing the School Paper, the PTA
voted to sponsor the paper again
this year and support it with fin
Mr. Dotson discussed the need
for recreational equipment and a
committee was appointed to look
into the matter. Financial support
from the PTA was voted favorably.
Miss Grady and the Seniors are
EVERY WEDNESDAY -2PM I
Our Many Buyers Are Especially Anxious for
Good, Clean Cars and Trucks
$5.00 Pays Everything
Sale Rain or Shine
OWNER and AUCTIONEER f
Goldsboro Highway Phone 4527
selling Duplin County Memorial
Plates to help "finance their Wash
ington trip. ,.
Attendance awards went to the
2nd, 4th, and 11 grades.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stroud of
Rpvpii 'KDi-ines. Rt. 1. announce the
"birth of a daughter, Vivian Davis,
In a Kinston hospital on Wednesday
October 19. Mrs. Stroud is the for
mer Miss Rachel Davis.
Patrolman and Mrs. Lloyd Pate
of Kinston have announced the ar
rival of a son in a Kinston hospital
on October 21. MrsT Pate was a
member of the Pink Hill School
faculty last year.
Mrs. Hess Davis of Seven Springs
is recuperating from a major oper
ation at Parrotts Hospital in Kin
ston. Ag. Boys Attend Fair
The Pink Hill school agricul
ture boys accompanied by Mr. J. E.
N LUMPAKt Irltit HKIlb AW jeLL Inc kenaiuuck ur iuuk
SEASON'S - -AVERAGE
Johnson and Mrs. Johnson attended
the State Fair Friday.
Mrs. Ike Stroud was hostess to
a regujar meeting of the Women of
the Presbyterian Church at her
home on Monday night President
Mrs. T." J.Turner presided. Mrs.
Jack McPhaul was In charge of the
program. She was assisted by Mes
dames Roger Inman, Ike Stroud,
T. J. Turner, E. M. Sills and Jones
Committees were named to ser
ve at the supper held to benefit
an orphanage cause on Tuesday
The hostess served delicious re
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben King and
daughter Rachel attended a birth
day dinner honoring Mr. J. E.
Shepard at Moss Hill Sunday.
Mr. Elbert Smith was a Raleigh
business visitor Monday.
Mr. J. F. May was in Fayetteville
recently where he underwent trat
ment at the VA hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sills accompa
nied by students from Grady at
tended State Fair Friday.
Miss Irene Mizzell was in Rober
sonville Monday to attend the fu
neral of her grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones visited
the Johnnie Holdens in Greensboro
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, Mrs.
W. H. Jones and daughters, Mrs.
Wesley Jones and sons, Dorothy
Carol Stroud, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Howard and children, Mr. Frank
Wiley, Mr. Kendrick Taylor, Mr.
E. R. Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Leh
man Williams and children, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Turner and family and
Lou Ann Rouse were among those
attending State Fair last week.
Mr, John Watson of New Bern
spent the week end in the home of
Mrs. L. R. Turner.
Miss Jacqualine Burke of UNC
spent the week end at home.
Messrs. J. R. Davis, Frank Wiley
and Alton Tyndall attended tlia
game at AAC in Wilson Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones of Jones'
Fork visited Mrs. Laura Davis on
Mr. J. R. Davis was a business
visitor in Raleigh Monday. '
Mesdames J. R. Davis and A. P.
and at fhb attrocttv ,,
reflector In Italia 4 FRIII "
These Figures From Yeekly News Reports
World's' Largest Bri-hl. leaf Tobacco Market
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Tyndall were Kinston shoppers re
Harvey Turner and Kenneth
Maxwell of UNC werrrecent visit
ors at their homes here.
Approximately $150 was realized
from the sale of plates at a Pres
byterian Women of the Church
supper held in the building next
door to the post office in Pink Hill
Tuesday night.' '
Mrs. T. A. Turner attended the
Lackey-Currie wedding in Wallace
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffin visited
relatives in Ahoskie several days
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May visited
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nash in Kinston
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Heath at
tended State Fair Thursday.
Duplin Among 28
Twentv-eieht North Carolina
counties have already begun organi
zation for the collection of farm
commodities for the ' 1949 North
Carolina CROP Friendship Train.
CROP, the Christian Rural Over
seas Proeram is a coordinated
church agency which gathers farm
commodities from farmers in this
county and distributes them over
seas through (established church
relief agencies, to needy groups
Turnr & Turner
"ALL KINDS OF, INSCRANCE
L. d TURNER. J. T. 1. TURNER
Pink Hill's Oldest Insurance Agency
- PINK HILL, N. C. , L!i .7?n nftUl.W.C: j
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1949 CROP III WILSON
SEASOIlii :Y:c.fi ir
North Carolina will seek 150
"Christian. Carloods' of corn, pea
nuts, wheat, cotton and milk, all
of which are urgently needed in
stricken areas of Europe and Asia.
Tn North" Carolina the CROP
FriAfirishin Train Droeram has the
support 'of all major farm and
church groups. On -the national
level CROP is sponsored by Church
World Service- (22 Protestant de
nominations) Lutheran World Re
lief and Catholic Rural Life. Do
nnra tn PROP are abla to designate
their contribution through what
ever established church reiiei agen
cy they chose. ,' . .
;' CROP gifts from North Carolina
in 1948 -ware, shipped to eleven
countries including: Greece, Ger
many, China, 'Guam, the Philip
pines, Austria, Holland, Korea, It
aly, Finland and India.
SASH, DOORS, SHEET
"EOC BOCK LATH
rock wool, plaster,
lhv;e, cement brick,
mortar, paints, ter-ra-cotta
1ile, white asbestos
shingles, all kinds
of roll roofing
roofin j, brick
Z. J. Carter G Son
Wallace, N. C
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Shipment Mules & Horses
We Have Our lieu Super Deluxe
Tractor On Display
See Us Before You Buy
$4.2.0 Pes' Qa
Get Yours How
Seven Springs Supply Co.
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C
unSndual$ H 275-1 b r.
SEASON'S " 6A. 7ft
AVERAGE ...;..........$47. 79
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