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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17th, 1850
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" THE DUPLIN TIMES
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03f hony Services
. Church services will be held on
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Bethany Baptist Church, near
B. F. Grady School. Rev. Stephen
Smith will be in charge of the er
vices. Everyone is cordially Invited
U Mrs. Helen Turner was hostess
to her bridge club at her home
here Wednesday afternoon. Cam
ellias and amaryllls were attract
ively arranged in the rooms where
tables were set for play. Mrs. Ho
race G. Tyndall received club high
and Mrs.' Matt Burke won second
high for members. Mrs. H. A. Ed
wards received consolation and
Mrs, Earl Smith won visitors high.
Cold drinks were served during
play and after scores were totaled
delicious banana splits were served.
brief quarterly conference for the
Pink Hill Charge was held. On
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 the Pink
Hill Church was host to all the wo
men of the charge, which takes the
place of the February meeting of
each Woman's Society.,
BFG HDC Meets
Mrs. Lawson Williams was hos-
tess to the B. F. Grady Home Dem
onstration Club at her home Mon
day afternoon with 27 members
nrpsent in the absence of Miss
Clontz, home agent, Mrs. Faison
Turner gave a demonstration on
"Home Beautification'. A social
hour followed and the hostess ser
ved ice cream, cookies, mints and
" Mrs. Jack McPlaul was hostess
. in a -remilar circle meeting of the
Presbyterian Women of the Church
On Tuesday night In .the absence
.f rha aresldent. Mrs. Earl Smith
presMea. mrs. ncriuui was
charge of the program taken from
St. John 20. One new member wis
added to the roll. The hostess ser
"" ved ice, cream with pound cake to
the 14 members present
A rpffii lar meeting of the auxill-
aryof the Willard Smith Post.VFW,
was held at the Hut Monday nlgnt.
President Mrs. Lois Johnson pre
sided. Secretary Mrs. Jane lnman
xsiierf the roll and read the min
utes. Four made application for
membership. The secretary aisin
buted auxiliary pins to the mem
tin Mesdames Katherlne Tyn
dall and Jane McPhaul served the
group. The next meeting will ba
held at the Hut Monday night,
Fashion Flip: Paris
Shows American Idea
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Baiiara
of Richlands, RFD, announce the
hirth ni a ann. Rodnev Buck. Feb
ruary 9, 1950 at Memorial General
Hospital in Klnston. Mrs. Baiiaro
is the former Iris Vivian Harper oi
ATTENTION: FOX HUNTERS
You are invited to take part in
the big fox chase to begin at Will
iam Sutton Store at 5 o'ciock on
Wednesday moraine. February 22.
Tt la to be a Fox Hunters Keunion.
Everybody is invited to come and
Several weeks ago the "Reds and
Blues" were organized in the Pres
byterian Sunday School here and
Miss Carolyn Smith was chosen to
captain the "Reds", while Miss
Betty Howard manned the "Blues".
The object: to create a desire in
children to attend Sunday School
-'. and the winners, or the side which
brought out the most members was
promised a weiner roast, In the
end, the . "Reds" won, and Friday
night they were honored at a roast
at the VFW Hut here. About 75
' Rev B. B. Slaughter, District
fiimerlntendent of. New Bern was
guest speaker at the regular sec-
nnd Sunday morning worship ser
vice at the Methodist Church here
Sunday. Following the service a
nn w kan Mvuraed and
x miiuvii nam v.... ,
Paris is showing fashions influenced
by America. '
Tk. v,rr Rnlmain midwintei
collection featured yards of lingerie
and Schiffli embroidery frills in
trims made possible, the designer
ma-.A kv a new American product
atjirch he disco
niiui.ii " fr -
ered on a recent trip te the U.S. The
new synthetic starch imparts a nn-
:u ..e.ijio an1 nthpr tvnea OI
cottons and embroideries used for
lingerie frills, which remains
through eight to flfteenjaunderings.
All lingerie trims shown were treat
ria nnd Krhiflli em
eu w.i.. .... .
broidery trims were leamreu uh
black-satin and moire dresses, on
navy tailored suits and even on
black tweed coats. I rngerie hats
ere another highlight of the snow
The Bk F. Grady Boy Scouts rep
resenting Duplin County, attended
a Tuscarora Boy Scout riany in
nnldshoro Monday. In the contests
Grady Troop won 1st place in lrsl
Aid. for a cold medal wltn Aitreu
and rion Allison Wells as the team.
t. ci Korneeav. Louis Westbroolc,
Jr., Jimmy Williams and Don Wells
won 2nd place for silver medal, in
signaling, a team won third place
for a bronze medal in tne rescue
The Scouts were accompanied
by Mr. Dempsey Smith, Mrs. Louis
Westbrook and Mrs. Hugh wens.
ParticiDatina in the contests were
Scouts from Duplin, Wayne, Samp
son and Johnson counties.
Smith, Mesdames Sallie Westbrook
Belle Swinson and Ike Stroud at
tended funeral services for Mr
Charles Bowden of Teachey at the
Rockfish Presbyterian Church near
Harper - Southerland Community News
MRS. WILLIE HARPER, Correspondent
brine all those long hounds and
take part. We are planning a big
hunt. There will be a big Barbecue
Dinner after the hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. James Souther-
land and children went on a trip
to Raleigh, Durham and Chapel
Hill last week end.
Radioman 3c Rajah Grady spent
the week end with his mother.
Mr. Wilbert Lee of Kinston visit
ed his sister Mrs. Charles Brewer
Mr. Leonard Loftln of New York
who is ill in a Kinston hospital.
Mra W. H .Tones has been in
Richmond some time at the bed
side of Mr. Jones who was hospital
Rev. L. C. Prater of Outlaw's
Bridge entered the VA Hospital
at Fayetteville for treatment on
Mr. H. M. Wells. Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner were
Goldsboro visitors Wednesday.
Several from Pink Hill attended
the Robert Kazmayer Lecture at
Southwood School on Tuesday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mc
Phaul, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
McPhaul, Jr. of Parkton, were the
guests oi Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc
Phaul on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rivenbark
and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Riven-
bark of Warsaw were dinner guests
of the Sam Davis family Sunday
Mr. Lehman Williams has ac
cepted a position as salesman for
a hardware company in Raleigh.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger lnman and
daughter Dell, spent the week end
with relatives in Wilmington.
Messrs "Bud" Howard and Chris
Coombs attended the State-Wake
Forest game in Raleigh Saturday
Mrs. Chester Barnes is nursing
Mrs. Leo Jackson of Kenansville,
Local Citizen Is
Named To Duke
Durham, N. C. Mrs. L. A. Wil
son, Rose Hill, N. C. has been
named chairman of the Duplin
Samnson area for Duke Univer
sity's third annual Loyalty Fund
Mrs. Wilson is a member of the
nuke Plasa nf 1921.
The T.ovaltv Fund was organized
in i Qd7 when Duke University for
the first time turned to alumni and
friends for financial aid because
of increased costs of operation fol
lowing World War II.
In everv state of the Uninn, art
In 39 foreign countries, representa
tives of the more than 23.0UO living
Duke alumni joinpu with t'?.cu '.
students, and friends to form the
Duke University National Council
Ooal of the current 1949-50 Loy
alty Fund campaign has been set
at $150,000. in tne lirst pnase ui
the drive ending in December more
than 2500 contributors gave approx
imately $80,000. In two previous
campaigns alumni and friends have
contributed almost $270,000.
Much of the success of the Loy
alty Fund campaigns rests with the
area chairman. Duties of Mrs. Wil
son will include the organization
of solicitation committees and per
sonal solicitation visits to Duke
people in her area. "
It was emphasized that present
funds needed were not for expan
sion but to meet more adequately
the demands of present enrollment.
' NEW QUIET AT
Speak in whiaperi at 50 and
over . .. thanks to "sound-
conditioning" of the 13-way
stronger ' Lifeguard Uody
and the "hushed" silence of
Ford's new 100-h.p. VA
engine. And outside, new
hiked -on "Fashion Car"
I colon make Fordjnore
beautiful than ever for '50.
"Hydra-Coil" and "Para-
Flex" Springs blot the
bumps out of your way.
Together with Ford's "Mid
Ship" Ride in the low, level
center section you're in for
a new high in comfort.
A V-8 FOR LESS
THAN MOST SIXES
The new, super-quiet 100
f horsepower S engine is
the same type engine found
in America's oostliest cars,
yet the '50 Ford, with this
engine, sella tor less man
f- ? "TEST DRIVE"
. i. the one fine car
in the '
MORE HIP AND
Inside, you drive on non
sag front seats that are foam
rubber cushioned. The moat
hip and shoulder room in
Ford's field. And you're
surrounded Ey sparkling
upholstery fabrics that are
a decorator's dream.
The one fine car
in the low-price field!
. aoost . sizes. ; ' "V
- Inw.nrice field
SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE V
Once yon drive a '50 Ford .f
and see . hear . . and "
fed for voorself its power, ; t
,Cv quality and comfort you'll 4
be amaied at all the car you V .
Features like Ford's 35
Brakes keep you safe. You
stop on a dime, at a tiptoe
touch, thanks to this
"Magic Action" of these
great '50 Ford brakes.
Wsw isWaW' m
w a. .. . ' i,
in your future
. . . with a
future built in'!
Lily of the Valley
5 Bulbs, Jar and Moss $2.00
Finest Quality, German grown,
Specially prepared for immediate
indoor growing. 5 Prime Bulbs,
ready to burst into blossom within
3 weeks I Plus handsome 4H" cop
nr rnlored Stvrene Jardiniere, Plus
Sphagnum potting moss. All only
$2 ppd. Ideal Gift for Easter
Mother's Day all occasions.
BULB OF THE MONTH CLUB
41 S Market St.
Cn-t. SC Chicago 7, III
visited Miss Martha Catherine
Southerland last week end. He has
returned to resume his studies in
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis of
Kinston visiter her mother Mrs.
John Guy Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Southerland of
Suffolk, Va. are visiting his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Southerland.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Westbrook and
children snent a while with Mr.
and Mrs. James Southerland on
Pfc Willie Tyndall spent the past
week end with his sister Mrs. Rod
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith were
week end guests at the home if
her mother Mrs. Sarah Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. James Southerland
and Miss Martha Southerland vis
ited Mrs. Grover C. Ballard who is
a patient at Memorial General Hos
Dital last Thursday nieht.
Mrs. William Sutton and small
son Wililam Lvnn were euest.s at
the home of her mother Mrs. Jim
Potter in Kinston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Rouse made
a business trip to Goldsboro one
day last week.
Mrs. William Sutton and Mrs
Harvey Harper were Kinston shop
pers last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stroud and
small son James Edward were vis
itors of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Har
per Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Willie Hamer. Mrs Chaun-
cey Bishop and Ruthie Ann Harp
er were week end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Southerland near
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith and
children, also Mr. Willie Harper
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. a. Soutner-
Mrs. Sarah Lee is visltlna her
mother Mrs. Lizzie Chambers this
week at Bett Ooten Crossroads.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer
Mrs. William Sutton and Mrs. Hai
vey Harper attended the funeral
of Bennie Grady held at the Spar
row uemeiery near Deep nun last
Wednesday afternoon .
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SIX STEPS TO
Df MOOlfT oun
Hasaa Way ao-Danltii
Fuarml Directors, Banbalmesa
Imbalance Bonis, day or nlrhi
KINSTON, N. C.
Duplin Mercantile Co.
Kenansville, N. C
I. J. Sandlin Coapaay
Beulaville, N. C.
For Best Prices and Com
plete Job on Monuments.
See or Write
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
John H. Carter. Company
KINSTON, N. C.
Rev. H. J. Whaley
WATCHES - CLOCKS
. RINGS ON ORDER
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
DUPLIN MERCANTILE CO.
Oak and Pine Firewood
PINE, $5.00 per cord
OAK, $6.00 per cord
On the premises. Stacked along
roadway near Williams' Cross
roads, 5 miles from Warsaw.
SEE OR CALL
60 cords pine and 30 cords
oak cut in 4-ft. lengths.
George P. Pridgen
PHONE 473 WARSAW
Turner & Turner
"ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
L. C. TURNER, J, T. J. TURNER
Pink Hill's Oldest Insurance Agency
PINK HILL, N. C.
TIN - WIRE - NAILS
Just Unloaded Car
6 - 7 - 8 - 9 10 - 11 and 12 Ft. Lengths
29 Gauge Galvanized
32 - 34 and 40 inch Field Fencing
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C.
The Way II Works
10 Shares $10.00 per month 84 months
Dividend 5 i
before maturity you set 3 dividend for the aver.f. Um.
If you withdraw
we have your money.
If you fei a loan to build or buy. the expense Is 21.75
-WHY PAY MORE?-
M your '
m I niiw MHlrA AH Lc:n Association
. get for so little money.