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FRIDAY, APRIL 7th, 1950
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Mr. and lin. Jack McPhaul and
Mlat Dorothy Carol Stroud attend-
l. ed the Axalea Festival in Wibnlng-
ton last week end.
- Guests of Mr. and Mr. J. F. May
. Sunday Included Mr. and Mrs. W.
' E. Simmon of Goldsboro, Mr. and
Mrt. K. . snmn ana wn '"H
" Charles Nash and daughter of Kim
ton, Mr. and Mrt. Lloyd Boney
1 and daughter of Norfolk and Mlat
Margaret Ann Carr of Wallace.
Miss Ann May is recuperating
from a recent Illness at her home.
Mrs. Ethel Outlaw has taken
over the lunchroom at the Outlaw's
Bridge School to - succeed,, .Mis.
Frances Kelly who resigned re
cently to serve as Post Mistress in
(he new Albertson Post Office.
Dr. D. W. Ruff In and Mr. Roger
Inman spent Sunday at the Buffln
cottage at Hickory Point
Mr. Matt Burke, employed In
New Bern, spent the week end at
Mr. George King is receiving
treatment In VA hospital in Fay-
Mr. and Mrs. Faison Turner and
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Herring and Mrs. Annie Mae Ken-
r rr "inn . S
tltrt't New Year's idea for better
farming in 1850. Divide your power. "
Let the Alfl-ChaJmeri WD or Model C do the
heavy work while lighter Job are turned over to
. j the Model 0 or belt work to an A-C tatlonary
power unit. They help take the pressure off both
I you and your present tractor when time counts
most in busy seasons.
: ' . The Model G can cultivate, plant, mow, plow
! and do chore work. A-C power units are
vaiuDie at surprisingly mw
cost in 24 to 110 hp. sizes.
' These are real tractor engines,
proved by years oi tougn
tractor service. :
Use two sources of power
in two dinerent sizes
for better living, bet
- ter farming and more
T. A. TURNER CO.
Ilt PlNK HILL'
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kind you " get
for hard work...
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kind you get on
the first of . .
every month! I .
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thert )ma well be pleased to arrant e a low cost personal
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FIHST CITIZENS BANK
& Trust Cc:ny
nedy were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. .Frank Yarbrough near
Bessie Kornegay accompa
nied by her 7th grade, and Me-
dames D. W. Smith and Louis
Westbrook were on a sightseeing
trip to Raleigh last Thursday.
J. R. Davis, Sam King and Floyd
Heath were recent visitors in Dar
lington,' S. C.
Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell of Rich
mond Is spending the Easter Holi
days at her home. .
' Mr. Lehman Williams was a busi
ness visitor in Raleigh Saturday.
Floyd Heath, Jr. returned to
Hamlet Saturday following a short
visit to his home.
VisiQng the H. D. Maxwell fam
ily recently included Mrs. Walter
Godwin and children of Wilming
ton and Mesdames Thad and Alvin
Kornegay and Miss Lula Tyndall
of Pink Hill.
Head Cancer Drive
chairmen for Pink Hill, In the Le
noir County Division of the Amer
ican Cancer Society drive which
is now underway.: Holt will serve
as treasurer at the Pink Hill First
Citizens Bank & Trust Co.
Mrs. D. W. Ruffin was hostess
to her bridge club at her home on
Wednesday afternoon. Azaleas were
used in the living room where two
tables were in play. Mrs. Jasper
Smith received high score prize,
Mrs. H. G .Tyndall received second
high' and Mrs. Matt Burke recei
ved consolation prize. The hostess
served a dessert course.
Hill, Mrs. Klttie Sutton and I
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATK 4
Principal Frank Wiley and Mr.
Bob Holt have been named co-
The undersigned, having quali
fied as administrator of the estate
of E. D. Holllngsworth, deceased,
late of Duplin County, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
to the undersigned on or before
the 27th day of March, 1951, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make
immediate payment to the under
signed. This the 27th day of March, 1950.
Vance Holllngsworth, Ad
ministrator of the estate of
E. D. Holllngsworth, de
ceased. Rocky Mount, N. C.
American Legion Boosting Junior
Base ball Tea mFor 1950 Season
A Cantata under the direction
of Mr. Johnnie Watllngton will be
presented at the Methodist Church
here Easter at 11 A. M. Miss Wanda
Tyndall will serve as pianist.
Harper - Southerland Community News
There will be an Easter Egg Hunt
Sunday morning after Sunday
School. All children come; bring
eggs, and enjoy the hunt.
Church services Sunday night
at 7:30. Everybody welcome.
Mrs. Willie Harper and daughter
visited her father who ill over the
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Sutton were Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Hill of Midway Park, Mr.
and Mrs. Ludlow Turner and Mrs.
Kittie Sutton of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Brewer and
Mr. and Mrs. David Woodward of
Goldsboro and Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man Stanley and Mrs. Cora Stanley
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ballard of
Richlands were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Harper over the week
end. . I: !
Mrs. Furney Harper and children
visited Mrs. Edna Bell of Kinston
There was a barbecue siinnpr
given at the Jay-cee building In
Kinston Monday night. Proceeds
went to the Albertson church.
Several from this community at
tended. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Howard of
near Raleigh were week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Rouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hlnes visited
his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hines
Sr. of Kinston Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Potter
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Lee Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Telford Potter and
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Tyndall visited
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brewer of
Deep Run Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .lamps Snnthorlnnrt
visited Mr. A. B. Southerland whn
is 111 at his home near Kenansville
Miss Iris Jean Deavpr visitor!
Misses Margaret Jean and Catheryn
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Efird of Kin.
ston visited his parents Mr. and
Mrs. a. T. Efird Sundav.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ha rvpv
Harper Sunday were Mrs. Rici.ard
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Through a series of area confar
encas, from coast to coa;(. The
American Lotion has geared its
nationwide sports machinery for
making its 1950 Junior Baseball
season the greatest in its history.
Area conferences were held at
New York City, Atlanta, ('a., Oma
ha, Neb., and San Francis o, Calif,
at which State Junior Baseball
chairmen laid plans for an expanc'.
ed program in 19 10.
They expect a record n imber of
entries in this state for ti e season.
Vhe N. C. Department fielded
71 teams last year.
' ord Motor Co. de-ik-rs ara asaln
assisting Legion Posts in sponsor
ing Junior Baseball teams.
It was pointed out that rules gov
erning competition are essentially
iin'-lmnser) from 1949 under w'li i
a record-breaking total of 15.912
players crossed bats in the pursuit
af the national title.
Regional playoffs will be held
in G.'sionia. beginning Aug 21.
Sectional playoffs will be h.'d
in Ciarlotte, beginning Aug 28.
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