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FRIDAY, APRIL 28ta, UZ
20 S MC
VS 01 CS Meets
' Mrs! D. WJ Ruffin was hostess to
meeting of the Womans Society
of Christian Service at her home
Monday -afternoon. She, as presi
dent, presided.- Officers for the
new year -were all reelected. They
are: Mrs.- Ruffin Pres.; Mrs. Len-
' man Williams, Vice Pres.;" Mrs. J.
F. May, Secty.i and. Mrs. ;W. H.
Jones. Treas. Mm. J. M. Jones is
-Promotion Secretary. r 1 ' '
un -T v Mav was in charge of
the program.! The hostess served
The following seniors returned
' last week end from a sight-seeing
trip to Washington, D. C: Carolyn
Smith, Peggy Jo Stroud, Betty
Jean Davis, Barbara Howard ,Mary
Nell Kennedy, ? Harold Williams,
Howard Davis, : Thomas Harrell
Qulnn. John ; E Taylor, Dorothy
' Sanderson, Beulah Edwards, Wood
. ley Kennedy, Fred Harper and
Mark Sutton. v '
"B , They were accompanied on the
trip by Prln.. Frank Wiley, Miss
.Tannitaline Daniels. Mrs. Ada Ed-
. 'wards and Mrs. Leslie Qulnn.
In Wallace For
Mr. and Mrs. Jack McPhaul, ad
u .Mnr for the Presbyterian
Young People of the local church,
In Wallace Sunday auernoon
to accompany a group to the Spring
Bally of Wilmington Presbytery
held at the Wallace Presbyterian
-Dooictrntinn tank nlace at 2 p.m.
followed by a business session and
worship service. . The speaker was
Dr. Frank Hall, pastor of Pearsall
Memorial Presbyterian Church. in
Wilmington. At 6 p.m. a picnic
supper was served.
Young people attending from
Pink Hill were: Jimmie Lee John
son, Billy Moore, Bobby Howard,
vonnoth Kennedv. Lula Mae Jones,
Ann Kuffin, Dorothy Carol Stroud,
Betty Howard and Lou Ann Davis.
Miss Lula Tyndall also accompanea
loom was decorated with armiellis
nH nthnr seasonal flowers. Mrs.
Linwood Turner received members
high prize, Mrs. Matt Burke sec
ond and Mrs. Helen Turner re
ceived consolation prize. Mrs.-Levi
Everette won visitors high prize.
ThP hostess served ice cream
and cake with toasted pecans.
f Mrs. T. J. Turner was hostess to
a regular meeting of the PresDy
terian Women of the Church at her
home on Tuesday night. 'ine rres
Mrs. E. M. Sills presided. The pro
gram entitled "In the Fellowship
of the Saints", was presented by
Mrs. T. J. Turner. The hostess ser
ved a delicious salad plate.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Coombs
announce the birth of a daughter,
Barbara Ann, at Parrotts Hospital
in Kinston, Sunday, April 16. Mrs.
Coombs is the former Miss Olivia
Smith of Smith Township.
Mrs. T. A. Turner was hostess
to her bridge club at her home
Wednesday afternoon. The living
moo nrniri Onlnn Miss Jacaualine
Daniel, Bobby Hicks, -Mr. rran
Wiley, Frances Harper and Doro
thy Taylor. A talk wag maae py
Mr. H. H. Bullock on '"ine uauu
nt Tho Windmill "
Dancing was later enjoyed, ana
presenting a speacialty dance were
Peeav Jo Stroud and "Mary Nell
ifonnpdv a MavDole dance was,
given by the girls from two classes
using the colors of red, white and
hino A fpature of the urogram was
a Dutch dance by members of the(
connnH fin H third erades. who en
tered through the large windmill
at the end of the room.
In addition to the 15 seniors and
20 juniors, a number of guests were
were present: Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Bullock, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiley,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Davis, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Lin
wood Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Whitf ord
Hill of the Faculty; Miss Jacque
line Daniel Mr. and Mrs. J. a.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John mc-
Phaul, Miss Irene Mlzzelle, Mr.
Thomas Moseley, Mr. Kendrick
Taylor and Miss Ruth Tugwell.
THE AMERICAN WA j
m I. " 1 Wl It 'I I Y W JU IMS I
Down at the Roots off Your Farm
, i . ;" -
Mart crops feed heavily on plant food after mid-season
when aeed or grain is being formed. Under many
conditions, applying fertilizer in the plow furrow puts
it in the root tone for use of crops at this stage.
The Allis-Chalmers Plow Sole Attachment dis
charges the fertilizer just ahead of the plow points
" where' it la i immediately covered.
Get a fertilizer' attachment for your A-0 plow.
Have it in time for spring work. Allis-Chalmers fertili
' er hoppers are interchangeable can be used on plow,
planter and cultivator!
Jr. - Sr. Banquet ,..
Thu Junior Class entertained the
Seniors at their annual banquet in
the school cafeteria recently. Deco
rations in the Dutch theme were
h tuliDS. miniature
windmills and dolls being used on
the table. A picket fence, covered
with iw and roses, was used at one
end of the. roomr while a large
windmill was arranged at the op
Th nrncram was opened by Bob
by Hicks, junior class president,
welcoming the guests. The invoca
tion was by Mr. Frank Wiley. Alter
the singing of "When You Wore A
Tiilin" the following participated
on the PBOgram: Sally Howard, Tho-
Mill IM- I
Messrs Linwood. Aubrey and
Graham Turner and Jasper Tyn
dall have returned from a fishing
Mesdames J. M. Jones, D. W.
Ruffin, C. A. Davis and Seth Tho
mas attended a Zone meeting of
the Methodist Church in LaGrange
Mrs. J. M. Jones is recuperating
from the effects of a fall suffered
at her home a few days ago.
Dr. H. A. Edwards and Mrs. Les
lie Turner visited Mrs. Edwards
who is ill in a Raleigh hospital on
Tuesday. Mrs. Edwards who is
much improved, expects to return
home in a short time.
Mr and Mrs. Jasoer Smith re
turned Saturday from a few weeks
uicit with their dauehter Mrs
rhaHps Saunders in Elrado. Texas.
Mrs R n. Snelline and children
of Albany, Ga. are visiting her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grady
and other relatives.
Messrs R B. Jones. Earl Howard,
and Ike Stroud were among those
fmm pink Hill attending a Grana
Lodge Masonic meeting in Raleigh
Mr and Mrs. Jones Smith and
Mr F.ihert Smith were guests OI
relatives in Burlington Tuesday,
Harper, purebred Duroc breeder of
Deep Run has entered four Uttera
in the official sow-testing program.
This official testing program la
followed by all major hog breedAa
and is based on weights of litters
al 5G days. Minimum requirement
for a PR qualifying litter from a
in ;il u re sow is to raise eight pigs
or more to an official 56-day litter
weight of at least 320 pounds. '
Wuh h Both Hands, Lefty
Step In scon
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Mr and Mrs. E. R. Maxwell and
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by a glee club from UNC in which
Kenneth Maxwell participated, ine
concert was held at ECTC.
Mrs. Emma Davis and Mrs. Ber
tie Howard have returned from a
visit with the Ray Davis family in
Mesdames W. H. Jones and Ike
Stroud. Misses Dorothy Carol
Stroud Lula Mae and Billie Jones
attended the Ice Follies in Ualeigti
Mrs. J. C. Habbs of Wilmington
was guest last week of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Jack McPhaui.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Williams and
daughter Joan of Newport News,
Va. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ike Stroud Friday.
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