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the Duri.in .tihss
FRIDAY, MARCH 31st, 1950
Mrs. Jasper Smith was hostess
to her club at her home here, on
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. T. A.
Turner received club high, Mrs.
Jones Smith second and Mrs. Mel
vln Jones, consolation prizes. Mrs.
Levi Everett received visitor's
high score prize, The hostess served
strawberry shortcake with cream.
The WUlard Smith Vost VFW
Auxiliary served a delicious sup
per at the hut Tuesday night. The
tables were attractively decorated
with azaleas and other spring
flowers. Mrs. Leslie Turner served
1 as chairman of the menu commit
tee. Plates sold for $1 each and
proceeds went for draperies for
Women Of Church
Mrs. Falson Turner was hostess
to the Presbyterian Women of the
Church at her home Tuesday night.
Mrs. T. J. Turner,' the outgoing
president, presided. Reports were
had from different cause secreta
ries and officers to serve for the
new year were installed. A good
; attendance was had. The hostess
served strawberry shortcake and
Thirty members attended a meet
ing of the Lenoir county Garden
Club at the home of Mrs. L. H.
Turner Tuesday afternoon. Jack
McPhaul, of the Swift Fertilizer
Co., spoke on roses and showed
two films to the club. Mrs. Cecil
Wooten of Kinston spoke on flower
arrangements and told of the gar-
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REDDy . MODR RAILROADER.
Ten little ire wotte fa this fwnrfnifti and; iafc.
ButtfyoMcharfahjourfrwrfnta mptbtthw tcnl
Tea fittt frt woitara.. Jedcrywas doing tun
VatSl (be socialists got tfm ibea tbi mm sin.
Nim ttde irs
Et. Hill. Im Miilfa t nasi A M Sm hum I
f ?ren :mie tree
Uncle Mid coaf
5:T little tree wo-'xrt
Tli tteet iniiis, o,
Two little free workers -our tor almost done.
With clerks at work
On lirtt free worker lb reporter aon-o-run
' : Ten IKlI workers
. Tbsy work wbi
? 1 'ndltilcoiiIdJterbapiynM:lf tbdoarsfHlo ,
And work together instead of saying "itintm can happen to mef
TIDE WATER ' POWER C O M P A II ..Y
den pilgrimage to be held April 5.
Mrs. Turner was program chair
man and Mrs. Jack Alexander of
Kinston is president of the club.
Business Men Meet
A meeting of the Business Men's
Club was held at the hut In Pink
Hill Monday night. Pres. J. A.
Worley presided. Water works for
the town were discussed and a pe
tition Is being circulated for an el
ection to be held for a vote on it.
Howards Cafe served a delicious
chicken supper with trimmings, to
about 20 present.
Civics Club Meets
The Civics Club met at the VFW
Hut Friday night with Pres. T. J.
Turner presiding. It was a "safe
ty" meeting and a member of the
Highway Patrol made a splendid
talk on that subject. A Mormon
choir sang several selections. A
barbecue supper was served.
Willie Heath of Swansboro won
top place in the Southwood Feder
ation FFA Public Speaking Con
test at Southwood School Tuesday.
The banner was presented by J.
E. Johnson, advisor, of the FFA.
He is also agriculture teacher at
Pink Hill School.
Lt. and Mrs. David K. Brooks
and sons arrived from Japan after
an assignment- of more than two
years, to spend a 54 day furlough
with relatives at Wallace and in
New York. Mrs. Brooks, the former
Miss Victoria Gooding, is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gooding
THE STORY OF
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MINER STKlWCWtf FARMER UM GROCER 6ALE5CLERK ROWER
Kutaulaucdcto JtedcbU fat '
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r"r rirmr imntir-jirT r"
essentia aprt tVavWlflalna iff
till the dsjNgif njjsjV.; ?
Five little frM workers but the farwiraiait fm m mora
Vie farm have been rriffrrfti turf Villain nntrf
Four little free workers till the fforerament dWdaera
All must have free legal advice then there were three.
Three Uttl free worker the number is. getting fiir.
But with government groceries soiling food then there
In federal store that ieam par OS.
goymment so atimtbtt aat aoB.
but thav an Bodoocrer fre
and where ordr,ndjst fnwd ni
of Wallace. 6he is a 1939 graduate
of B. F. Grady High School and
a graduate of Roanoke Rapids Hos
pital School oi Nursing, one ser
ved at a Lt. in the Army Nurses
Corps during the war, and had over
seas service. The couple expect to
be at home at Ft. Bragg after the
furlough is spent with relatives.
rir and Mrs. D. W. ftuffln re
turned Wednesday from Durham
where they attended a medical
Mr. and Mrs. Robert May oi
Greenville were recent guests of
Mrs. Helen Turner and Mrs.
Bessie C. Smith were recent vis
itors in Jacksonville, Lejeune and
Mrs. Matt Burke recently visited
Chapel Hill and Raleigh.
Mr. Jack McPhaul spoke to the
Kinston Garden Club Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Lee of Faison spent
the week end with her daughter
Mrs. E. M. Sills.
- Mr. Lonnie Stroud has returned
from fishing in Fla.
Roger Strickland and Bill Smith
of Bailey and Robert Teel and
Shelton Smith of Farmdale visited
relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. D. R. Mercer of Fountain
is visiting her daughter Mrs. J. A.
Worley. She, Mr. and Mrs. Worley
spent Sunday in Richlands.
Dr. H. A. Edwards and Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Smith and Sharon spent
the weekend with relatives in Ker
nersville. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McPhaul, Mr.
and Mrs. Ike Stroud and Dorothy
Carol visited Dr. Marcus Hobbs at
Duke University and Mrs. Hobbs
on Sunday. The party motored to
Chapel Hill Sunday to attend an
Easter program. Other visitors at
tending the program were Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Turner, Becky and L.
H. Turner, Jr., Misses Betty Jean
and Lou Ann Davis and Lou Ann
Mrs. J. W. Outlaw
Funeral services for Mrs. J. W.
Outlaw, of the Grady Crossroads
section, were held Sunday after
noon, March 19, at 3 o'cltfck con
ducted by Rev. W. R. Johnson,
pastor of the deceased. Interment
was in the Pineview Cemetery near
Mrs. Outlaw died after an illness
of three months. She was 43 years
Surviving are her husband; her
mother, Mrs. Addie Price, two bro
thers, J. L. Hines and Jesse Price,
all of Seven Springs; five sisters,
Mrs. Ethel Goodman, Mrs. Andrew
Price, Mrs. Titus Price, Mrs. Mau
rice Stroud and Miss Lena Price,
all of Seven Springs; and a number
of nieces and nephews.
She was a member of Zion Meth
odist church of th Grady cimmun
Ity. Square Dance
Post Mo. 379, American Legion,
will sponsor a square dance (also
round dancing) each Friday night
at Maxwell's Mill. Bob Garris and
his Swing Billies will furnish the
music. Time 8:30.
A small admission charge will
be asked. The public is cordially
Durham Grady, Com.
Legion Post 379
To Hold Meet
Post No. 379, American Legion,
will hold its regular meeting on
Tuesday, April 4 with a fish stew
at 6 p.m. Following supper there
will be an installation of officers.
We are expecting a department
commander, Mr. R. C. Godivin and
Dept Adj. Mr. Nash McKee, also
Mr. Hugh Alexander of Kannapolis,
N. C, a candidate for Department
Commander to be with us. All Le
gionaires in this area are invited
to attend whether members of our
post post or of some other post.
Durham Grady, Com.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Winecoff of
Statesville, N. C, announce the en
gagement and approaching marri
age of their daughter. Betty Sue,
to Amos Stroud, son of Mrs. Ida
Stroud of Seven Springs, and the
late Egbert Stroud.
An early spring wedding is plan
ned. Pleasant View
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Grady
were in Durham on Tuesday.
Mrs. Thurman Hurrey and Mrs.
Edmond Newman spent Wednes
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Byrd.
Rev. N. P. Farrior visited in the
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Rouse visi
ted Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Grady
Lit WD tngin power ad
just rear wheel epacing.
tractioa ; L- ,
SAIES AND SERVICry
Harper - Soufherland Community News
Church services were held at
Harper-Southerland Church Sun
day with a fine attendance.
Rev. and Mrs. N. P. Farrior were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Nick Smith of Pink Hill on Sun
Mrs. Delia Stroud and family
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Harper Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner
and Mrs. Paul Grady spent the
week end in Gastonia.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sotherland
have returned home after visiting
Rev. and Mrs. Tommie Stroud
and daughters of Wake Forest vis
ited relatives in the community on
Pleads For Husband
Held By Hungary-
VIENNA, AUSTRIA Mrs,
Robert A. Vogeler is shown In her
ipartment here, looking at a photo
f her husband, after the American
jusinessman was sentenced in Buda
pest to 15 years in prison as a Bpy.
Vogeler, 88, and assistant vice-president
of I.T. & T., allegedly con
fessed to charges of obtaining eco
nomic and industrial secrets on in
structions of the U. S. Intelligencs
Service, and of sabotaging the pro
ductive capacity of the country.
CHEST X-RAY CLINIC
TOWN MENACES '
There are probably few towns
that do not have a far advanced
open case of T.B. that has been
coughing and spitting on the streets
for 20 or 30 years. He has never
taken the trouble to go to a doctor
since he knows it could not be any
thing serious since he has been
coughing for so long. On the con
trary that is almost positive proof
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN
ReulavUle, N. C.
WARSAW. N. C.
BINGS ON ORDER
Watches; Clocks, Jewelry
DUPLIN MERCANTILE CO.
when you need it ... auto
matically. That ia how the Model
WD's hydraulic Traction Booster
increases the pulling power of the
, The 4-cylinder hydraulic pump
automatically shifts weight to the
rear wheels as the load increases.
The WD's quick-mounted plow,
with two 16-inch bottoms at your
control, bites deep and stays deep.
The Traction Booster also works
with ther rear-mounted imple
ments. . , f ,- .
And here are additional WD ad
vantages. Adjusts its own real
wheel spacing with engine power.
Has new two-clutch system to con
trol power take-off driven
machines independent of
Here is down-to-earth
power for your farm. Stop
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their daughter Mrs. Willie Harper.
Mrs. Willie Harper and daugh
ter Ruthie Ann visited Mrs. W. D.
Grady Saturday and Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Southerland for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harper
visited Mr. and Mrs. Nick Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harper and
family of Pikeville visited Mr. K
D. Harper Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sutton
visited her mother, Mrs. Jim Poller
of Kinston Sunday.
of T.B. as there are few other con
ditions producing a cough that
would have continued that length
of time. Old fibroid cases live for
years and usually disregard all pre
cautions and are one of the biggest
sources of infection both to their
own families and their townsmen.
Chest X-Ray Clinic held at the
Duplin Health Department in Ke
nansville each Monday from 9 un
til 12 and on Wednesdays from 1
until 4 p.m. Other dates by ap
A Duplin County project is
among those being advertised by
the State Highway and Public
Works Commission for contract
letting early in April. Bids will be
opened in Raleigh on March 30.
The project, a combined one with
Pender and Sampson counties, call
for the hard-surfacing of 12.2 miles
on Blanton Bridge Road. Watha
northeast to US 17 at Whiteheads,
Penderlea to US 421, Wallace to
Blanton Bridge, and from Newton's
Cross-Roads east toward Willard
to the Pender County line.
IN MOITM OLIVE
PhonM 217-J or 230
PHOT OGK M'Hl
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urner & Turner
"ALL KINDS OF INSl'ltANCK
L. C. TURNER, J.
Pink Hill's Oldest
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
John H. Carter. Company
KINSTON, N. C.
IN STOCK NOW
WITH FERTILIZER ATTACHMENTS
COLE'S No. 51 FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS
Seven S p r i n g s S u p p I y Co
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C
- Specifications were also adver
tised on 61 other highway projects
covering 696 miles of roadway Im
provement throughout the state.
The Commission will review low
bids at its monthly meeting to be
held in Greensboro on April 4
after which contracts will be aw
KENANSVILLE N. C.
SIX STEPS TO
KINSTON, N. C.
Duplin Mercantile Co.
Kenansville, N. C.
I. J. Sandlin Company
Beulavllle, N. C
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