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ACCIDENT i f
II 1949 Mercury owned and op
erated by Woodrow Smith 01 Pink
Hill was damaged into the hund
reds of dollars when it overturned
on a curve on the Kington high
way Friday night A son was with
Mr. Smith in the car but neither
. were injured.
.WOMEN MEET -
i - Mrs. J. A. Worley was hostess to
a meeting of the Presbyterian Wo
men of the Church Tuesday night
Mrs. E. M. Sills presidedThe pro
" v ; gram was presented by Mrs. Wor-
. t ley. : The i hostess , served ; refresJi
ments 'to the group. : ) ' . ;;. -'. ?
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; FI 'INITIATI0N'''v4
The Pink v Hill chapter . Future
I" Farmery oi America held its an
j nual initiation," service 7 Thursday
r night of last week 'in the gym. A
weiner roast was in joyed outside
" fl prior to the business session. After
the Ineetlng J. E: Johnson,. FF A' ad7
, ; viser, showed piotures ' of work
j done, by the chapter during the
-Usummer. 'Around 50 boys attended.
The Senior. Class of Pink Hill
High School met recently and elect
ed officers for 1950-51 as follows:
Bobby Hicks, Pres.; Sally Howard,
Vice Pres.; Ercell Sanderson, Sec;
Dorothy Taylor, Treas.; and George
Howard, Reporter. Several plans
for the year's work were made and
committees were appointed.
Mrs. Leighton Turner was re
cently named-. House Furnishings
Leader at a county council of Home
Demonstration Clubs meeting held
In Klnston. ., -
Mr. and Mrs. Lylton Maxwell
and son of Winston-Salem, Miss
Sarah ' Ann Maxwell . of Raleigh,
Miss Emilelgh Maxwell and Mr.
Harold : Latham of Norfolk were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Maxwell.
Mrs. E. M. Sills attended an exe
cutive meeting of the Presbyterian
Women at the home of Mrs. Ashe
Miller near Beulavllle Thursday,
She was accompanied by Mrs. Zoa
Turner. ..':' . v
Mr. Jim Player who was Injured
in an auto accident near Fayette
ville recently is now' recuperating
at the home of Mr, and, Mrs. Seth
Kina. He expects to return to his
home in Lancaster, S. C., during"
the week end. - ;T
Emmett Watson and Joe Hay
worth left for the Army Monday.
Mesdames Ada Turner and Fred
Lawton and children, and. Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Turner were guests' of
Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Turner of Jack
sonville at Topsail Berth over the
week end..'1 -ki
Mr, and Mrs. L. H. Turner spent
the week end at Topsail Beach. :
" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dolan and
children of Newport News were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis
during the week end. ::;?
Mr. Wallace Kmg of Newport
News, Va. spent the week end
with his parents,, here, ,- J
A Mr: .and Mrs:. Johnnie Holden
and sons of Greensboro were over
night guests of Mr. nd Mrs, J. M.
Jones. Other guests were Mr. and
Mrs. James: Miles and family end
Mr.' and Mrs. L. C. Turner and sons.
Hunter Wells has entered Cataw
ba Collage, Salisbury,
Miss Marearet Smith of the B.
Grady. School faculty spent the
week end with relatives at- Page
land. S. C. . .
Kenneth Maxwell has 'reentered
UNC for his second year.. '
Mrs; Melvin Carter, was an oper
ative patient in a Kinston hospital
fur few dava recently.
- Miss Lillie Smith recently visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Kornegay
bn Albertsori Rfe 1. ". ! : '
Harper - ScuShnrkrid Community llevs
Mrs. Willie R. Harper, Correspondent
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' All these rifles have adjustable sights,
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' ton accuracy standards that mean bull's eyes
: on target or game.
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The Harper-Southerland Church
held Its Dedication Service Sunday.
A large crowd attended. Dr. Good
win Wilson of Nashville, Tenn. was
guest speaker. District Chairman
of the Wilmington Presbytery, Mrs.
Ashe Miller of Beulavllle and Pres
byterial President Mrs. Julia Wor
th Sprunt of Wilmington both gave
interesting talks. Mrs. Nick Smith,
Historian gave the history of the
church from the time it was orga
nized, until it was completed. Mr.
J. B. Southerland, building chair
man, gave a statement of the ex
penses. Rev. N. P. Farrior introdu
ced the speaker; After the Dedi
cation service the crowd gathered
around a table spread with a boun
tiful picnic dinner. Every one en
Joyed a lovely day.
Sunday guests of Mr." and Mrs.
Charles Brewer were Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Lee and Mrs. Fannie Smith
oi tunnoii. : ; S I
Mrs. William Sutton and Lynn I
spent Sunday with her mother Mrs.
Jim Potter In Kinston. . "
Mrs. , Fletcher Stanley and Mrs.
Norman Stanley of Raleigh were
week end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Stanley. '
Mrs. Telford Potter has been vis
iting in Washington for the past
week. - ' . :-..lt : ': '
Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Powell of
Mt Olive spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Rodney Harper.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold JOavis of
Kinston spent the week end with
Mrs. Sadie Guy. -a' . -
Miss Maxine Qulnn of Seven
Springs was a Weekend guest of
Mrs, Lizzie, Chambers of Seven
Springs was guest, of Mrs. Sarah
Lee last week. ' '
Miss Maggie Stroud of Raleigh
spent the week end with her mother
Mrs. DeUir Stroud. -
Mrs: Gertie Smith and Mrs. Coy
Smfth shopped inTinston Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Roberdo of
Baltimore, Md. were week end
guests ; of Mr. and Mrs. Rayford
Harper. v 1 y. .
Mia Mary Sue Yarbrough of Ke
nansville, RFD spent Friday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Howell Souther
land.' ;', -
: Mesdames Mattle Brewer, Kit
tle Sutton and Wm. Sutton were
Kinston shoppers Wednesday.
The Dancing Group in the Sa
recta scene of the Duplin Story
was honored at a fish fry Saturday
night sponsored by Messrs Paul
Grady, John Ivey Smith, Coy Smith
and Faison Smith. An old fashioned
dance was enjoyed afterwards, y '
' .Mr. and Mrs. James Southerland,
and children were guests of Mrs.
Carl Iyey and Mrs. R. L. Surhmer
lin of Mt. Olive Thursday night
'Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Potter,
Mr. ana Mrs. j. rotter ana Mr. Ther undersigned, having quali
and Mrs.. Franklin TyndaU enjoyed fled -afe administrator of the estate
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uai ucwuc ouFpci aim uaure av . oi j-auence ti. Sutton, deceased
sons -Visited in Warsaw Sunday.
: Mrl Ann Smith and Mrs. Jose-phine-'Stroud
spent Sunday with
Miss' Lillie Smith in Pink Hill.
ffif? and "Mrs. WilUe J. Smith
anft Vhildren visited in Moss Hill
Sukiffijiy; v .
'- flf. and Mrs. Herman Page spent
Sonday with Mr, and Mrs.-J. H.
; Mr'., and ' Mrsi Clayton Stroud
afadj daughter visited Mrs. Bertha
Maldass Sunday. ;
'. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Powell vis
ited Mrs. Lizzie Smith Sunday.
The B. F, Grady Seniors is spon
soring a dance each Wednesday
nlgHtf-'at the gym. Sob G arris will
furnish the music. A small admiss
ion Vjtll. be charged. '
Mrt. Robert Howard is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sheppard.
Mriind Mrs. Llnwood Smith of
Gerjnsny announce the birth of a
daugfer recently. Mr. Smith is
the sop of Mrs. Chancey Smith.
Mfis Wilma Gray Smith spent
the jeejc end with Miss Opal Out
Mrs. Aubrey Smith and Miss
Pennie" Smith visited Mrs. Fred
Air,ana Mrs. Johnnie Smith and
Nell'ylsited Mrs. Lizzie Smith on
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
WilUam G. Sutton, Admini-f
hotA, nf t.A ..1.4. n D
own w. ...v. csww w& . a-
- tience E. Sutton, deceased,
Rt. 1, Seven Springs, N. C.
H. E. Phillips, Attorney
Kenansvillef N. C.
A man may have authority over
others, but he can never have their
heart, except by giving his own.
, W. Wilson
IN MOITN1 OLIVE
Phones 217-J or 230
For All Popular Magazines,
New or Renewal, See -
Mrs. Floyd Heath .
All Occasions At
Call Our Representati .
Mrs. T. J. Turner
In Pink Hill. Tel 285-1
the Jay Cee Building in Kinston
Saturday night. ;
Mr, and Mrs. Bianchard Souther
land and Mr. and Mrs. James Sou
therland spent Wednesday at Caro
lina Beach, fishing. ,
Miss Mary Sue Yarbrough was
a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie R. Harper. ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith and
late -of Duplin County, this is to
notifyvall persons having claims
against' said estate to present them
o tha-undersigned on or before the
21st day of September, 1951, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery. All persons indebted to
said estate will please make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
This the 21st day of September,
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