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The LeBlane Corp. has. purchMed $350,000 steel and concrete
building with 35,000 square feet o( floor space in Lafayette. La.,
and will remodel it at a cost of more than $50,000 tor the national
headquarters of Hadacol, famous B vitamin and mineral prepara
Dudley J. LeBlanc, Founder and President of the LeBlane
Corp, announced the purchase of the building. The small building
which now houses the ' Hadacol factory will be converted into a
garage-tor the fleet of Hadaeol trucks and for storage space. The
office headquarters of Hadacol, which now occupies a building in
downtown Lafayette, will be moved to the new building-.
The new Hadaeol building was built in 1945 and is of excellent
construction. Remodeling work already has begun and the LeBlane
Corpi plans to (move into the new headquarters early next year.
Mr. LeBlane and officials of his organization already have began
making plans' for a gala opening ef the new headquarters.
"The .office and manufacturing facilities will be the most
modern : possible," said Mr. LeBlanc. "The building will be air
conditioned and will have many other features. It is just MotiMf
forward step in the remarkable progress IMMK."
Mrs. Tom Davis entertained, the
Senior Class of Pink Hill School,
their dates and members of the
faculty at a delightful party at her
home following the presentation of
the Senior Play Friday night. The
class colors of red and white were
used in decorations and refresh
ments. Mrs. Jack McPhaul served
punch and Mrs. Davis was assisted
by Becky Turner and Joyce Sand
erson in' serving mints, assorted
nuts and individual cakes. About
25 guests attended.
home. President Mrs. T. J. Turner
presided. Mrs. Jack McPbaul was
in charge of the program. It was
in the form of an interview be
tween a reporter and a woman
committee member at the Inter-
Church Council in Holland. The
importance of Brotherhood- was
stressed. After the meeting ad
journed the hostess served re
Mr. and Mrs. John C Smith have
announced the birth of a son, John
Cameron Smith, Jr. iri a Kinston
hospital December 2. Mrs. Smith
is the former Miss Ruby Spence
of Kinston, EFD. . .t
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shepard of
Pink Hill, Rt. 2. announce the birth
of a son on Monday, November 28
in a Kinston hospital. Mrs. Shepard
is the former Lily Glenn Gordon
of Moss Hill.
Entertains H. D. C.
A meeting of-the Pink Hill Home
DemonsfratfoiTClub.ln the form of
a Christmas party was held at the
home of Mrs. Leslie Quinn Thurs
day afternoons Games and contests
led by Miss Sue Brickhouse, Home
Agent, and gifts were exchanged.
The following officers were elect
ed: Pres. Mrs. Leslie- Quinn; Viee
Pres. Mrs. H." E. Maxwell; Secty
Treas. Mrs. Nick Smith. The hos
tess served a salad plate with cof
Women Of Church
A regular meeting of the Womeji
of the Presbyter ian Church was
held on Tuesday evening with Mrs.
Frank Wiley as hostess at her
'y. - ."Warsaw";;' -
Miss Violet Maxwell whose mar
riage to Mr. Emmett Rogers takes
place January 1, was honored at a
bridal shower by Dr. and Mrs. H.
A. Edwards at their home in Pink
Hill Wednesday evening.
Miss Maxwell was presented a cor
sage of white chrysanthemums and
fern on arrival. The rooms, thrown
ensuite, were candielighted and dec
orated with a mixed arrangement
of late fall flowers. The dining
table was covered with an .imported
cutwork linen cloth, centered with
a crystal bowl of white roses and
Canadian hemlock. Seated at oppo
site ends of the table were th,e
bride's mother, Mrs. H. D. Max
well, who served tea and Mrs. Ray
mond Rogers, mother of the bride
groom, who served bridal cakes,
openfaced sandwiches,, shaped as
stars, moon and hearts, mixed nuts,
mints and potato chips were also
served. Green and white, bridal
colors were used throughout.
More than a hundred guests call
ed between the hours of 7 and 8:30.
At the Presbyterian Sunday
School hour last Sunday, a class of
young adults was organized which
is to be taught by Mrs. H. A. Ed
wards and wishes to take this way
of inviting anyone who might wish
to join the class and assures them
a, nearty welcome if they will come.
Mrs. H. 1 Malpass of- Goldsboro
spent last week with her nephew,
Mr. Nick Smith and family. V ;
Mr. and Mrs. Fltshugh Smith,
Mrs. Johnnie Smith and Grayson
Smith have returned from a visit
with relatives in Norfolk, Va. , -
Dr. H. A. Edwards visited bis
sister, Mrs. O. L. Edwards and Ms
daughter Miss Betty Edwards t
Ashevllle recently. , i .
Dr. H. A. Edwards and Mr. R.
B. Jones attended the Masonic
meeting in Tarboro Tuesday night.
Mr. Jones had the honor of ad
ministering the 3rd degree to his
son, Mr. Clifton R. Jones, who is
a resident of that- town. '.
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Maxwell,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Maxwell and
Mrs. Matt Burke cttended the fu
neral of Mrs. Gilbert Maxwell at
Seven Springs Tuesday of last
Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell of Rich
mond, Va. spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffln are
attending a medical meeting In
Washington, D. C. this week.
Miss Carolyn PaiT'sh of Wilson
Mills visited friends here for a
few days recently. ,
. 'U .
, . I
MRS. CHARLES IRVING P ARRIS H, be
fore her marriage on November 24, was Miss
Clara Mason Worley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Alton Worley of Pink Hill. Mr.
Parrish is the son of Mrs. Floyd Haywood
Parrish of Smithfield, and the late Mr.
'Parrish. " "
NOTICE OF SALE
Cm.1''" M: , J
Trade Name Of
(Approved By. '
lire Underwriters) 1
WATLITE BLOCKS V
The Premium v s
T Building Block
We Build To A Standard
Not To A Price
pri: Di'cis; tt
,?:' 3112 '
' K tEf S:
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Howard of
Pink Hill announce the engagement
oi weir daughter, Nancy, to Mr.
J. D. Gladson of Pink Hill, Rt. 2.
The date for the wedding has not
been set--..... . . . .
Under and by virtue of an order
of. the Superior Court it Duplin
County, made in the Special pro
ceeding entitled, "David Fountain,
Administrator, of the estate of Lu
ther B. Hunter, deceased, vs Ammie
Evans Sandlin et als," and being
!. P. No. 2342. duly filed in the
Office of Superior Court of Duplin
county, the undersigned Commiss
ioner will offer for sale on the
2nd day of January, 1950, at 12:00
Noon, at the Court House door hi
Kenansville, North Carolina,' to the
nignest Didder for cash, all that
certain tract of land, timber and
land to be sold separately or to
gether," whichever brings greater,
and being all that certain tract or
parcel of land situated in Dunlin
County, State of North Carolina,
nd being described as follows:
BEGINNING at a. stake on the
run of Muddy Creek, and runs
thence South 1-45 East 1085 feet
crossing Chinquapin Road to a
J take located just South of the
Chinquapin Road;4 thence' South
86-15 East 538 feet to a stake near
.Bear Pond Branch; thence South
137 feet; thence South 33 East 119
feet; thonce South 14-V4 West as
ditch and the line of V. Maready
470 feet; thence South 34 East 77
feet; thence as ditch South' 24
East 500 feet; thence South 28 East
440 ieet to a stake on back line;
thence as back line North 87 East
825 feet to a stake; thence North 0
West as the line of J. R. Souther
land 1000 feet to an iron stake;
thence North 56-Vi .West 264 feet
to a stake; thence North 67 West
165 feet to a stake; thence North
32 West 198 feet to a stake; thence
North 10 East 148 feet to a stake
thence North 1544 West 260 feet
to a stake jthence north 5-94 West
132 feet to a stake; thence North
c Yf? i feet t0 ,n oak:
South. 8 East 90 feet to an oak on
the run of Big Branch; thence as
the run of Big Branch to the run of
Muddy Creek; thence down the run
of Muddy -Creek to the beginning
point, containing 65 acres, more or
The timber situated on said lands
that will cut and measure 10 inches
across the stump 12 inches above
the ground, with usual privileges of
ingress and egress, with the right
to remove same within two years
can be sold separately from the
lands, or can be sold with the land
whichever is greater.
g New 1950 Crosley Refrigerators
THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE
PRACTICAL GIFTS 7 "
r ' ' ' n II tr
May We Suggest, , , .
; $12495 up
,'.. Slt9.fl5fin f
: T T ... "
O P? Paynt;Easy Tertos tf Desired ft
Z . Maytag Washing Machines .
0 , Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Ranges
q Crosley 050 Electric Ranges s !
A 10 per cent deposit will be re
quired of the successful bidder, as
evidence of good faith.
Advertised this the 26th day of
f November, 1949.
H. E. Phillips, Commissioner,
State College Hints
To Home Makers
Valuable linens and clothes may
be permanently spotted if stains are
not removed before laundering. Hot
water may set protein stains such
as egg, blood' oi' meat Juice,, and
soapsifds may sit others such as
coffee, tea, or fruit stajns. Be safe -
remove all stains before launder
Treat stains as soon as possible.
Don't let them dry for afterwards
they are often difficult to remove
and sometimes impossible. Sugary
stains are easily removed with
clear water. If stains contain grease I
a ary-cieamng tiuia or soapsuds
may do. Fruifflavored ice cream
tain should be treated as a sugar,
egg, grease .and fruit stain." y
By: TED RESTING
Has research In wildlife paid any
dividends? : t
When some 25 million Americans
spent more than 4 billion dollars
annually, to enjoy the sports of
nunting and fishing, game and fish
administrators had"Tetter be sure
those resources are being managed
to give the best possible returns.
We7 already know a great deal
about game management and hab
itat control, but we need much
more information. Everyone admits
that all research hasn't paid off.
Many research programs have been
ruined by weak .or improper ad
ministration, -by imcompetent wor
kers, and by an unsympathhetic
But wildlife research, it should
be remembered, is comparatively
young, still struggling through its
growing pains. In comparison with
the record of industrial and many
other fields of recearch, the rec
ord of wildlife research is surpii
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of W. D.
Rouse, deceased, this la to notify
all persons having claims against
the said estate to present them to
the undersigned duly verified on or
before the 2nd day of December,
1950; or this NoUce will be plead
in bar of their recovery. All per
sons-Indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment.
This November 25, 1949.
Bailie Keilah Rouse,
. Administratrix, .
Warsaw. N. C.
By R. E. WILKINS '
;v Negro County Agent ; .' '
Stored grain insects, especially
in corn, are causing heavy losses to
farmers in Duplin, according to R.
E. Wllkins, Negro County Agent,
and especially those who used hy
brid varieties. This damage can in
many cases be eliminated and cer
tainly in all cases can be greatly
reduced Wllkins stated. There are
several' different species of Insect
which are responsible for this dam-
age but fortunately the same treat
ment If properly employed will con
trol all of thenC
Generally corn becomes Infested
first in the field, the adult Insects
fly to the field about the time the
corn begins to silk. The aduHs lay
eggs on exposed kernals and by the
time the corn is harvested,: it is
usually heavily inifested. There are
several things a farmer can do
which will aid considerable grain
from becoming infested.
Plant varieties of corn with long
tight shucks; harvest as soon as it
is dry enough to store;, get rid of
ears with exposed tips or damaged
shucks. However, at this, late date
if. infestation is a problem, the
most practiced fumigant is either
a three to one mixture of ethylene
dichloride, that is three parts of
ethylene dichloride and one part
carbon disulfide and carbon, tetra
chloride or one to four mixtures.of
carbon disulfide and carbon tetra
chloride (one part carbon disfuiide
and four parts j carbon tetrachlo
The dosage Will, vary according
to, temperature and -tightness of
bins. For .best results' fumigation
should be done when the tempera
ture is above 65 degrees F and from
three to six gallons of either of the
above mentioned for eacll 1,000 .bu
shels of graln 'The fumigant should
be applied as a spray, using a buck
et type pump or sprinkle uniformly
wiui BuriiuuiM can over rrt aiM
face of the grain. The grain should
remain under fumigaUon from 24
to SB hour. Atimr It hm Kjam
. ----- SU ill
lowed tc air, the gralri it perfectly
safe for use as food or feed. '
Willi I J JUL, wit UUD'
County supervisors of soil con
servation districts are being elected
in 88 of North Carolina 100 coun
ties during the week of December
, 5-10, according to J. F. Doggett, ex
tension soil conservationist at State
, I. : . VI -? A .;vv
- Air qualified Voters, regardless
of whether they own land or wheth
er they live In the city or the coun-
try, are eligible to cast ballots. They
must, however, be registered on the
regular election books., VV .; r
County supervisors do not re
ceive a salary for the'ir-services.
Turner & TurhS
INSURANCE AGENCY . 1 ?
"ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE ' V
L. C. .TURNER, J. T. J. TURNER
"Pink Hill's Oldest Insurance Agency '
PINK HILL. N. C.
Top Prices Paid
Open in Wallace On
Fri. Dec. 16th. At
Blanchard and Farrior
Sfio'y mi Yhe Mb
Seven Sprinns Sppply Co.
P'Many Buyers Are Especially Anxious for
; Good, Clean Cars and Trucks
S5.G3 Pav? Fvnrvlhinn 1 j
HERBERT PATE !
v " ' OWNER and AUCTIONEER
The great textile mills of the
Carolina are booming again with
shifts working day and night to
turn out the nation's finest mate
rials, and! HADACOL is doing Its
part to keep folks on the lob.
Many textile 'workers, have re
ported the wonderful relief which
has been brought them by
HADACOL with its five B vita
mins and four important minerals.
Two of these workers, a young
father employed by the great
Cannon Mills at Kannsnolis. N.C
-ana a motner, r
worung at a
mill in nearby
N. C. recently
told how HAD
them on the
Way W. Bern
hardt, Route 3,
Box 343: Kan-
napoua, ri. u., m "ii.ini
is 30 years old Mr. Barnnardt
and the proud father of two chil
dren. His work in the Cannon
Mills calls for a great deal of
n "I ' had been ill for several
years," said Mr. Bernhardt aS he
.explained how close he came to
Having to give up his work.
suffered with a weak atomach
If became, worse and worse with
gastric disturbances. I just could
not hold food and no food agreed
with me. I could not sleep and
finally I became so sick that my
iegi goi weas as i worKed in
tne mill each day."
. Mr. Barnhardt, like so many
sufferers, had tried many prepa
rations without relief,. when he
neara about HADACOL,
r "After the- second bottle of
HADACOL, I beean to feel better
and to regain the weight I had
losv '.saia but. oarnnarau -"My
uigesuon oecame normal again
ana toaay i am as weu as ever.
My legs no longer bother me.
I eat and enjoy, mv food..' I sler"
well and have plenty of energy.1'
Mr. Barnhardt has taken sev
eral bottles of HADACOL and
now takes the famous vitamin
and mineral preparation to help
stay well. He. has had bis wife
take' it" with ; wonderful results
and has recommended it to his
jrinas in tne smu,
Mrs. Maggie H. Poole, 1803
Caroline Avenue, in Salisbury,
N. C. had become so ill that she
was forced to give up hr work
but soon after hearW 4b won
derful news about KADACOL she
was back on the job and haa been
doing swell ever r e.
"I was t'red, c end nerv
ous." s-i I "x r " -
have more appetite and'
eat what I want to.' I feel better .
than i have In a long tunc." r
Mr. Barnhardt and Mrs. Poole
were both suffering from a lack-:
of B vitamins and the minerals
which HADACOL contains.
HADACOL comes to you in liquid ,
fornv -easily assimilated in that
blood stream so that it can- go . '
to work right away.
A lack of only a small amount ,
of B vitamins and certain min
erals will cause digestive disturb-"-.
ances . . . xour
food will Dot I
agree with -you
. . . You will !
have a upset
stomach y . .
You will euf! r
f r a m heart-
j burn, gas pains
ana your -100a t
will sout on f
your stomach I
and you will? ,
not be able to -
eat the thinei " Mrs. Poole
you like for fear of being in mis
ery afterwards. Manv neonle alsn
Suffer from eonatinatinn. And f
wnne tnese symptoms may be the f
results, of other causes, thev are h .
surely nd certainly the signs of
lack of B vitamins and minerals j
which. HADACOL contains. And i .
if Vou suffer from 'such a defi-
ciency disorder,' there ia-no
known cure except the admmis- j -tration
of the vitamins and min- ,
era, which your system lacks.
It is easy to understand, there- ?
fore,- why-' countless thousands
have been benefited by this i
amazing tonic. HADACOL ,
so it matters not now out you
are or who you are ... It matters ;
not where you live er it you have
tried all the medicines under the 1 .
sun, give this wonderful rrpnsrs-, ;
tion HADACOL a triaL V on t eo .
km suffering. Don't continue to ;
lead a miserable life. Many per- '
sons who have . suffered and
waited for tO To 20 years or ev-n
longer, are able now to live
bfry, comfortable lives h'""
liADACOL suPDUed the vn.
and minerals which their sy. a
needed. Be fair to yourself, 'i i
porary relief is not enouc'i i - .
you. Give HADACOL a
Insist on the Pennine I".
COL. Dont ba i. J. 1 1
'Sold etoU l"a'" -Trial's'
mon"; 1 -y t a 1
hw . i size, on'
o"" ; t does not 1
C W,' order c.-'- 't - i ,
Blanc CorporaUuii, I
and when tine r.
your package ju: t v .
rUis the e. o. d. eo i
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