F" AY, ftlAECH 3rd, 1850
'MrsT"wr J. Grady"oT Seven
v SprlngsJt-A, to-ill with pneumon
., ts.Hf" a Kinston. hoipltaL i 1
District Honor '
- . ". ii strict meeting of the Vet--,'7
ot Foreign Wars wai held In
" "ston Feb 19, Mr. Jasper Tyn
.t!i as elected Jr. Vice Command
of District No. 1
Dorothy Carol Stroud was hon-
on her birthday by her pa
' '. ' : at party at her home Satur-
-i" vf'nit After a social hour
' ' "' AND '-
and rIrehmnU, the guests at
tended a ball same.
Mrs. H. A. Edwards entertained
her bridge club at a luncheon at
her hohme Wednesday afternoon.
It was (erred buffet style, after
which players took their places at
the tables for several progressions
of bridge. Mrs. Frank Parrott, Jr.
of Kington was an out of town
Pink Hill Gets Early Win
As the Lenoli. County Tourna
ment1 got underway v Wednesday
night the Pink Hill Girls scored
55-47 victory over' Wheat Swamp,
enabling them to enter the somi
flnals on Friday night . Bonnie
Howard was high' scorer for Pink
Hill with 20 points'.' Shirley Howard
scored 16 and Ercel Sanderson-13.
lally Howard led the defense.
In the semi-finals Pink Hill wan
. tested by Moss Hill (girls game;
. a score of- 47-30. :
L.. ... I r .U. and Uuiit
taughtut U visiting her parents,
;.lr. and Mrs. J. F. May. '
Mrs N. P. Farrior is recuperating
from the flu..
"Mr. Lloyd Boney of Norfolk vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. t. T. May Friday
enroute to spend the week end
with his family in Wallace.
. Meedamea J. A. Worley and A.
P. Tyndall ahopped In Goldsboro
Saturday. ". .
-.' Miss' Sarah Ann Maxwell of Rich
mond was a recent guest of .her
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and son
are visiting relatives in Newport,
Mr.' and Mrs. Chilton Jones of
Tarboro were here Friday night to
attend the banquet and Scott lec
Mrs. Salllo West Is ill at her
Mrs. Jerre Sutton, mother of Mrs,
E. R. Maxwell, Is critically ill at
her home near JLeGrange.
The Adult Choir practice will be
held at the Presbyterian chuurch
.d.ii Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
The WS of CS held Its study
33 in the home of Mrs. Leighton
'...-ner Tuesday night and the last
iss Wednesday night with Mrs. J.
I. Jones. Title of the book was
Women of Scriptures."
Lou Belie Jacluon. Bible Study was
taken from John 14 15.
Mrs. Edwards appointed Mrs. M
M. Thlgpen. Mrs. Phoebe Pate and
Mrs. Lou Bell Williams as nomine
ting committee for officers for the
The hostess served ginger ale
over ice cream, cookies and nuts.
The meeting dismissed with prayer.
Mrs. Murphy received e white oor-to be a HDC member were selected
sage upon arrival. Many games and
contests were enjoyed and the hos
tesses served chicken salad sand
wiches, cookies and Iced drinks.
The honoree received many nice
and useful gifts.
Church Women Meet
Mrs. Matthew Burke was hostess
to the Presbyterian women at their
regular meeting Thursday night.
Mrs. T. J. Turner presided. Mrs. T.
A. Turner announced the roster of
new officers to serve during the
coming year. The following were
elected: Group 1 - Pres. Mrs. E. M.
Sills; Historian, Mrs. Aubrey Tur
ner; World Missions, Mrs. J. J.
Smith; Annuities, Mrs. T. J. Tur
ner; Spiritual Growth, Mrs. Jone:
7:nith; Church Extension, Mrs. Ik
Group 2 - Vice-Pres. Earl Smith,
Sec-Treas. Miss Lula Tyndall; Edu
cation, Mrs. Jack McPhaul; Stew
ardship, Mrs. Levi Everett; Assem
bly Special Causes, Mrs. T. A. Turner-
Mrs. Burke was in charge of
tue ..iin .,: .I'n.c
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f'FA Team Wins
At District Meet
Pink Hill chapter FFA was de
clared winner of the FFA Parlia
mentary procedure contest at the
Southwood Grange hall Tuesday.
Winning members were Mark
Sutton, Thomas Ilyrd, George How
ard, Donald Howard ind William
N. B .Chestnutt of Whltevllle,
D st. FFA Supervisor, and J. H.
Dotson, B. F. Grady Agriculture
teachher, were Judges.
J. E. Johnson of Pink Hill is ad
viser to the Federation. He has an
nounced that the next program will
be a public speaking contest on
A; xTary Meets
Th? adics of the Presbyterian
Church met Tuesday night with
Mrs. P. C. Shaw. Mrs. Gardner Ed
wards pre?'ded. They discussed
buying an extra lot to add more
sohnol ioiimi; and kitchen to the
r b:t' dr. The program was
ii ii "T- Rrmle Sanderson and
:;.;.d by Mesdames Ray Cupp,
o'b? Pale, Morris Jackson and
Mrs. B. O. Harris and daughters
of Winston-Salem spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gresh-
am. " - r .
Mrs: J. O. Thomas and son of
Belhaven are visiting relatives here.
Mesdames Gordon Muldrow and
Jim Sandlln shopped in Klnston on
Mrs. Auhjrey Turner of Pink
Hill visited relatives here Tuesday.
Mrs. Horace Brinson end son re
cently visited in Warsaw.
Mr. Gudgep Boatlc of Atkinson
visited relaUves here last week.
Miss Geraldlne Whaley of War
saw spent several days with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. George Wha
ley last week.
Kenneth Batchelor of UNC spent
the week end with his parents.
Mrs. Gardner Edwards spent
Friday in Rose Hill.
Miss Rebecca Thomas of ECTC
and Miss Jean Farrior of Moreheati
spent the week end with Mr. am
Mrs. Lloyd Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jam seThomas and
The Beulavllle Senior Class was
honored Wednesdaw evening at the
river in Hallsville when Mrs. War
ren Kennedy, Misses Mildred and
Macy Brinson entertained with a
welner roast. Many games and
contests were enjoyed after which
weihers and marshmallows were
roasted. Pickles, iced drinks and
cakes were enjoyed by the 50 present.
as best and will be sent to com
pete with other clubs reasons.
Mrs. John Miller led the group
in games and Mrs. Ralph Miller
gave an interesting talk
onstration on piotuure hang
Sandwiches, cookies, drim.
nuts were served.
Jr. Class Party
The Junior Class enjoyed a weln
er roast Wednesday night at the
Cliffs of the Neuse. The group
viewed points of interest after
which weiners were roasted. Iced
drinks, pickles and cakes were also
enjoyed as well as group singing.
The party was chaperoned by Mrs.
Kathryn Barbee and Mr. Spence
Millertown HDC Meets
The Millertown HD club met on
Wednesday night at the home of
Mrs. Ralph Miller, with Mrs. Leon
ard Kennedy, assisting hostess. Mrs.
Tobacco Beds How o
50 Per Cent DDT
At a meeting of the Lenoir county
Home Demonstration Garden Club
held at Wheat Swamp Tuesday,
Mrs. Wayne Jones of Pink Hill was
elected vice president and Mrs. L.
H. Turner, program chairman. Mrs.
Turner will be hostess to the nex
meeting of the club at her home
in Pink Hill.
Yates Dobson of UNC spent the
week 'end with his parents.
Mrs. Ruby Snyder and son and
Mrs. Glennle Miller visited Mrs.
L. F. Jones in Pink Hill last week.
Mr. Elwood Quinn of Jackson
ville, Fla. spent a few days here
last week with his family.
Mrs. Lena Johnson is seriously
ill at her home.
Mrs. Clinton Campbell and Mrs.
Elwood Quinn shopped in Kinston
Mr. Levi Sanderson is seriously
ill at his home here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kennedy and
Mrs. Paul Hunter of Warsaw shop
ped in Kinston Wednesday.
Recent Bride Entertained
Mrs. Edgar Murphy of Mt. Olive
was entertained Friday night an
a miscellaneous shower given by
Mrs. Norwood Miller and Mrs. Cu
tis Miller at the home of the former
which was attractively decorated.
Foods and Nutrition were ably pre
sented by members. Mrs. Leland
Grady's ten reasons for wanting
BOTH DUST AND CONCENTRATE
50 Per Cent Wetable and Naphthalene Flakes
For All Insects and Worms
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith returned
from visiting in Knoxville Tenn.
They were honored at a number of
dinner parties while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Farrior of
Rose Hill were here Friday for
the Governor's speech and to Visit
his brother Rev. N. P. Farrior and
. Mr. Frank Lee of Faison visited
his daughter Mrs. E. M. Sills and
Mr. Sills Tuesday while enroute
to Florida to visit his son Franklin
si No. 2 cans GARDEN PEAS
-7 M 9 nana miTNV .
. -., 1W M .HMM ......... ' ' .'AA
8 -17 oz. cans PORK BEANS
2 19 oz. cans SAUSAGE IN OIL ...................... a.uu
i iA.nn smwhfiiii PORK with Barbecue Sauce 1.00
A, -jV VHU wuutsusviH r , gift
9 - HI A an PIMENTO -v
5 -1 n jars Good JELLIES . . .. M
A 1M. 2 runs PEACHES l-M
- 9 a 1 tral rant Fruit Cncktail 1.00
'5 - 15 oz. cans Huckleberries ........ -
6 - 8 oz. bottles Lemon Extract 1.00
6 - 8 oz. bottles Vanilla Extract 1-00
10 cans LYE : . . - l-00
13 cakes Good TOILET SOAP k. 1.00
2 tt Good Ground COFFEE . , : - 1.00
1 Black PEPPER . . 100
50 lb Stand MOLASSES .. 2.00
5 gal. Stand MOLASSES ... 2.50
We Have A Complete Line Of Heavy A Fancy Groceries
. MOnrRV, SANITARY MARKET '
WE BUY PRODUCE AT ALL TIMES
" AND PAY THE TOP MARKET PRICE
Regular $1.98 Value
Ladies Nylon Panties
Regularly 89c -
Regular $1.35, $1.65, 1.95
Ladies' Nylon Hose
ALL SUEDE SHOES REDUCED
19 Pairs BLACK KID
Regular $12.95 Values
MRS LEATRICE RIVENBARK, Prop.
WARSAW, N. C.
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Sheriff Ralph J. Jones announces that I will be a candidate for
the Office of Sheriff of Duplin County to succeed myself to be voted
on in this coming Primary, May 27.
I want to sincerely thank my Iriends for the confidence and
strong support you gave me four years ago of which gave me over
fifteen hundred majority, carrying all the townships in our county
except two. This places the greatest obligation on me of my life,
one that I will never repay and it gave me the greatest determination
that I have ever assumed to build a Sheriff's organization. An orga
nization trained by F. B. I. Training Schools in Chapel Hill and in
our own court house. Wc have a trained organization, trained to
respect society and fight crime. We own and keep two of the best
bloodhounds in the state for quick emergencies, located at our prison
camp at all times.
I want to sincerely thank all the good people of this county for
your help and advice in our work. I especially want to thank the
members of our State Highway Patrol for their assistance. I wish
to thank all the other officers in this county for their fine cooper
ation, the Clerk of Court, Register of Deeds, County Auditor, and
our fine set of County Commissioners for their support in the suc
cess of our enforcing the law. We would not forget to thank the
greatest of all; people of our churches, who have rendered so much
aid to us. We will ever fight to preserve our churches and maintain
a clean place for our children to live and make good citizens of to
morrow. I respectfully solicit your help and vote on May 27 to succeed
myself for Sheriff. -
Ralph L tones
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