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FRIDAY, JUNE 9th, 1950
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Raeford Jones and Dorothy Carol NARRATOR
, TV'annual dal,Jr vacation Bible
school got off to a good itart at
the Presbyterian church Monday
morning. Rev. N. P; Farrlor la be
ing aaslated by Mesdames Soger
Inman, Jack McPhaul and Derap
aey Smith; We failed to get enroll
ment figures' but -expect attend
ance to Increase later In the week.
ATTEND Vr W
" Those from Pink H1U attending
.the 20th annual encampment of the
N. C. Dept. of the V. F. W. and
Auxiliary held at HendersonviUe
last week included Miss Eleanor
Gay Herring, Pink Hill's beauty
queen representative, who was also
named queen of the District, ana
George Turner, local Post Com-!
mander, Jasper Tyndall, Dist Sr..
Vice Commander, - Mrs. Jack - Mc
Phaul', delegate from the Auxiliary,'
and Mr. McPhaul, Graham Turner,
- Rev. Tom Horner, pastor of the
Pink Hill group Methodist churches
Is in Durham this week attending
a pastor's school' at Duke Univer
Mrs. H. A. Edwards was hostess
to her club at her home Wednesday
afternoon. The home was most at
tractively decorated with snap
dragon, columbine; bristol ferry
and roses. Mrs. Ike Stroud recei
ved a prize for members high score,
Mrs. - Lirrwood Turner .received
second high prize while Mrs. D. W.
Ruffin was awarded consolation
prize. Mrs. J. 'A. Worley received
visitors high score prise. The hos
tess served chicken salad, cake and
coca colas. . -
To Voters Of Albertson, Glisson, Smith
And Volfescrape Townships:
I wish to express my appreciation for your vote
fand support in the Primary Saturday, May 27 th. I
promise to continue my efforts towards improving the
Jot of the people of this section and the County as a
L L. Preston Wells
, . , ...
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
Jcb II. Ccrter, Company
Don't' WaiT To Fix Up Those
29 ga. 5 V-Crimp Tin - all lengths
29 ga. Roll Tin
Nails All Sizes
Brick - Cement , - Mortar Mix
Flue Eyes and Grate Bars
Seven Springs Supply Co.
SEVEN SPRINGS, N. C
Mrs. L. H. Turner, neighborhood
4-H Leader of Pink Hill served as
narrator at the annual health coro
nation and dress revue held at the
agricultural building in Klnaton
Friday night Taking part In the
revue from ' Pink Hill Included
Wenonah Jones and Rachel King.
Mrs. Leslie Turner and Mrs. H.
A. Edwarda were Joint hostesses at
a turkey supper with all the trim
mings at the home of Mrs. Turner
at 7:00 o'clock Tuesday evening.
The occasion was to honor the
birthday anniversaries of Mr. Lin
wood Turner and Dr. H. A. Ed
wards. Only members of their Im
mediate families were present.
Mrs. Bessie W. Williams of Rox-
boro Is visiting relatives here. .
Mrs. H. G. Tyndall and Miss
Wanda Tyndall left for New York
City Friday where Miss Tyndall
will study at Julllard School of
Music. They accompanied Misses
Margaret Kornegay and Ruth Nes
ter of Clinton who will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones were
Raleigh visitors Friday.
Mrs. Jack- McPhaul, Misses Car
olyn Smith and Carol Stroud, Mrs.
Henry Herring and Miss Eleanor
Gay Herring were Wilmington vis
Mr. J. B. Worley of Richmond,
Va., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parrish
of Smithfield, Mr. and Mrs. John
O'Connor of Richlands, and Miss
Grey Worley of Washington, N. C.
were week end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Worley.
Miss Bessie Kornegay went to
Greenville Monday to enter ECTC
for the summer term.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May, Mr. aid
Mrs. Charles Nash and daughter
of Kinston, Misses Ann May and
Carolyn Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Smith and daughter have
been vacationing at the May cot
tage at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. ' John Allen of
Washington, D. C. were week end
guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Ed
Mr. Harvey Turner, law student
at Carolina, is spending a few days
at home before entering summer
Mrs. J. R. Davis Is visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Gates at St.
Matthews, S. C.
Mesdames H. D. Maxwell, Sr.,
Johnnie Watlington, Jr., and Em-
mett Rogers visited Mrs. David K.
Brooks, the former Victoria Good
ing and Lt. Brooks at Fayetteville
Mr. Johnnie Watlington, Jr. now
of Reidsvllle visited his wife In the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Maxwell. Mrs. Watlington
expects to Join her husband next
month In Reidsvllle where they
will make their home.
' Messrs Earl and Dempsey Smith
and W. W. Maxwell entertained
friends at a fish stew at Maxwell
Mill Friday night
Mrs. H. D. Maxwell and Mrs.
Johnnie Watlington, Jr. were in
Wilmington Friday night attending
a dance revue In which Billy God
win participated, in the auditorium
of New Hanover High School. -
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Rockwick
of Franklin Park, 111. who have
been visiting relatives for the past
three weeks were honored with an
outing and picnic dinner at the
Legion Hut near Maxwell's Mill
Saturday. Mrs. Rockwick will be
remembered as the former Miss
Dorothy Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Smith of Albertson.
Messrs Emmett Rogers and Gro
ver Rhodes went fishing near Bur
gaw and reported a good catch.
Mrs. Rogers spent the day with
her parents at Maxwell MllL
i Mr. and Mrs Xlnwood Turner
and children spent a few days at
the Jones cottage at Morehead
last week. '
Mrs. Floyd Heath and Floyd Jr.
visited Raleigh and Durham Wed
nesday. -' They were accompanied,
from Warsaw by Mrs. Street Kor
negay and Peggy and Jay Korne-
TIME FOR HAIL
See Us For Complete
tqiiiT'G TL7i:3r b. fsyj,
T. J. TURNER .
. Mrs. Kenneth Stapleton and two
children of Hihblng, Minn., are vis
iting her parents, Rev. and Mrs. N.
New Resort Building
Heavy In N. C. Sfate
A gain of 22 in North Carolina
tourist accomodations over 1949 is
shown by a survey Just completed
by the State' Information Division.
The survey shows more than
20,000 rooms available to guests
in the coastal, mountain and Mid
South resort areas .
Greatest increase In facilities
was shown by Motor Courts, whose
capacity is now 60 greater than
Rates published In the Guide
show but few changes from last
year. The price range is from $1.50
to $12 a. day single European Plan,
and from S3 to $16 single American
Plan. Double rates range from $4
to $22 European Plan and from $6
to $32 a day American Plan. Weekly
raes generally are lower.
The Collins Tourist Handbook
of North Carolina is now on sale
at 25c a copy at hotels and news
stands In the State. It may be ob
tained by mail from The Collins
Company, P. O. Box 542, Winston
Salem, N. C, with discounts on
for your fiL-CROP Ilarvostor
Be sura your ALL-CROP Is ready to roll. Now Is the
time for a final check-up for worn or broken parts. It may
save you many bushels of grain and prevent a breakdown
in the field.
If your ALL-CROP Harvester haa not been inspected
since last season, it wffl pay you wdl to have ttf check it
over. There's till time for shop overhaul, tf that ie what
your machine requires.
Ovr wchanlct or facforyfraffiwd
In AIL-CROP Harvnfr tthools
V" sain amo tiavici M
T. A. TURNER & COMPANY
PINK HILL, N. C.
Uncle Sam Says
June U marks the first day oi
summer, that time of year when
everyone's thonshts turn to vaca
tion, whether U be to travel, to visit
the seashore or mountains, or may
be to go fishing, or, maybe a swell
vaoaUon In that new home In the
nburbs, the one yon have dreamed
about so lon(. Whatever It Is, yon
can make those dreams a reality
by Investing, regularly. In U.
Savhigs Bonds. Yon alone can an
swer the question "Will yon be up
or down in 1960T" If yon want to be
up and coming, enroll during the
lndeoendenoe Drive for the Payroll
Savings Plan where yon work, or If
self -employed, the Bond -A-Month
Plan at your bank.
U. S Treasury Department
CLAY VERNON HILL
Clay Vernon Hill, 37, the son of
the late Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hill of
Deep Run, died Saturday night at
Chapel Hill where he made his
home. The funeral was candilcted
at 3 p.m. Tuesday from the Deep
Run Free Will Baptist Church with
Mormon rites. Surviving are his
wife, Betty Heath Hill; three dau
ghters and five sons, all of the
home; five sisters, Mrs. Frank Hall
of Aurora; Mrs. Joseph Sauls of
near Goldsboro and Mrs. Ivey Da
vis, Mrs. Fred Hill and Mrs. Harvey
Grady of Deep Run; four brothers,
C. S. Hill and Coy Hill of Jackson
ville, Arden Hill of Richmond and
J. N. Hill, Jr. of Kinston.
Make Our Store Your
Headquarters For All
Meet Your Friends At-
T. A. TURNER
IN PINK HILL
Dr. H. W. Colwell
Eyes Examined, Glasses Fitted.
Next Door To Cavenaugh
Vermanenl Office in
WALLACE. N. C.
furrier & Turner
"AM. MDS OF INSURANCE
L. C. TURNER, J. T. J. TUBNEK
Pink Hill's Old.- t Insurance Agency
PINK HILL. N. C.
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