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4', Chicagor Oct 13. The Amerl
i j tan League of Cooperatives,' In ees
. V (ion here for the past three days In
jV the Sherman Hotel, today elected
" f Its directors for a four year period.
t A new member of the Board, Paul
- D. Grady; of North Carolina, was
v r4cVltlon Specialist
Pnone 2551, Kinston, N. C.
II You Heed Any Of The Following
y- Buy, Now
29 Gauge Gal wanired 5-V Crimp Roofing
29 Gauge Galvanized Roll Tin
J ! NAILS ALL SIZES
We Also Have Plenty Of Wire Fencing
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We Build tb a STANDARD
NottoaPRICE! ' - .
-FheBr-313 " ' " Ktaton, N. C
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There'fl a lot of differgneietwen a repair Joblhat ac
tually renew your equipment and 6ft6 that jult btd byil' ,.L.
Genuine AUla-Chalmera repair parts fit perfectly and .
are made of the right materials tor the job they have to , v
da Youteave money because the new parts last-longerf ;
your entire machine lasts longer arid you get better per- '
'.formance.' . " j $'k'&)4$ly
; All repair parts Installed by 6ur mechanics are Aade
the tame factory and to the same specifications as the .,
original parts In your iAJulaJhalmers equipment.' ' Y", V , '",
' Now is good time to have your equipment checked ; ;
for worn' cr Lroken parts, ..
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the Ntitlcmil farm
Wht Hem Utmt
elected for a four year term.
Mr. Grady, a resident of Kenly,
N. C, is President of the North
Carolina - Warehouse Corporation;
Vice President of the North Caro
lina Cotton Growers Association
of Raleigh; a director of the three
Farm Bureatr Mutual Insurance
Companies of Columbus, Ohio; a I
director of the reopies Broadcast-1
in Company of Ohio and Wash-
ington, D. C; and a director of the
Peoples' Development Company of.,
uoiumpus, unio., . -
The Convention todays received
a telegram of best wishes and con-
gratulations - from President Tru
man, who expressed his dlsap-
ointment at his inability to be
' nman) , tnr hn Convention, but
said he was on his way to visit
with General MacArthur. j
On yesterday the Convention
heard Dr. Toyohiko Kagawa, Presi
dent of the Cooperative League of
Japan. At the banquet last night
Governor Marrlner S. Eccles of
SPRH16S, II. C.
y st fined?
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Washington; D. C, Chairman r of
the Federal. Reserve Board," was
the principal speaker. Delegates
from Canada, Mexico; and the Latin
American countries participated In
the League" Congress. The Cong-,
ress will close tonight ' ':.
.. Mesdamea H. D. Maxwell and
Walter Godwin were hostesses at
gtork shower for Mrs. Enunett
Rogers at the home ox Mrs. Max-
weu Saturday night Dahlias and
zinnias were the predominating
flowers used for decoration. Donuts
and coca, colas- were served. The
honoree received an array of - at
tractive gifts. , r''?"' '"
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WITH THE SICK v
Mrs. Carl Davis remains critical
ly ill at ParrotU Hospital in Kin
ston. ' . " v-1' -
Mrs. Leslie Grady is critically
111 in a Goldsbortf hospital.
Mrs; Richard Oates, her daugh
ter Joyce; and a Walker child were
struck by a car as they walked to
ward Woodland church from their
home in the Grady School section
Sunday night;- Two -cars, meeting,
failed to see the pedestrians be
cause of the bright lights. They
were treated by a Mt.' Olive doctor
and found not seriously Injured. .
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Maxwell during the week end in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Johnny JNTat
Ungton of Reldsville,' Mrs. Walter
Godwin and daughters -of Wilming
ton and Mr. and Mrs. Enunett Rog
ers of pink HilL ;,
The Veterans - Class at B.a F.
Grady enjoyed a barbecue supper
at Maxwell's Mill recently.
' Dr. .H. A. Edwards, Messrs Lin
wood and Aubrey Turner: Earl and
, Dempsey Smith and James Miles
iishea at Moreheaa over the week
end.; . ' '.
Mr. John Watson of New Bern
and Mr. Clayton Rouse and daugh
ters of Moss Hill were guests of
Mrs. L. R. Turner Sunday.
Misses Stokes and Swift of Grady
School faculty were Raleigh visit
-Mrs. Thad Kornegay, Miss Bes
sie. Kornegay and L. G. Kornegay
were in Durham. Saturday.. .-..,
-Mr. jmd' Mrs, H. D. Kornegay
visited relatives in Rock Hill, S. C.
during the week end.
,v mrs. jerry smitn nas returnea
to Newport News; .0110 wing a
visit with relatives .here.
Mesdamea E. M. Sills. T. J. Tur
ner, Sallie Westbrook, Earl Smith,
N. P. Farrior Floyd Heath, and Miss
Lula Tyndall attended District
Day of Prayer at Grove chureV ib
Kenaneville Thursday. , "
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snffth. Mr:
and Mrs1.' a G. Tyndalland Miss
Wanda Tyndall enjoyed an oy9ter
supper at Chinquapin- recently,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lea have
returned to Faison following'! vis
it with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sills'."
Mrs. Graham Turner and lnfa'nt
daughter Nancy have returned
from Memorial General Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Jones andvMr. and
Mrs. W E. Brewer attended' the
Wake Forest-Carolina game at Cha
ttel Hill Saturday- ;
Mr. arid Mrs. J. B, Southerland of
Wallace visited-relatives here on
Miss Vevie Maxwell spent the
week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Gooding at Wallace. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wells attend
ed a meeting Of church officers
and teachers of Wilmington Presby.
tery . at White Lake during the
Mr. Alfred Wells of Davidson
College spent the week end at his
home.:.': , T
Miss Madeline Carswelf spent the
week end In' Manchester.
Miss Margaret Smith was, at
Pageland, S. C, visiting her parents
during the week end. i .
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Teel and son
Carlton of Farmville, Mr. and Mrs.
Chilton Howard and Buster of Kin
ston and Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt
Noble , and Douglas - of Deep Run
were guests of relatives near Pink'
'- About 125 were '-' present at a
birthday celebrationis for Mr. John
C. Smith at his hortitt recently.
Special guests were Re-. and Mrs.
N. P. Farrior and Rev. Thomas
; Miss Joyce Maxwell "was a week
end guest of Miss Eleanor Gay Her
ring at Peace College- and attend
ed the State-Duke- game;
Mrs. W. B. MarsUburn of Rich
lands was a guest of Mrs. T, Ji Tur
ner during the' week end.
Mr. and Mrs) Royal Kornegay
of Seven Sprmgs-were'gupsts of
MT. and Mrs. Scott Herring Sunday,
f Mr. -and Mrti - Faison Turner
and children, Mrs. -Annie Mae Ken
nedy and Mrr Alacou Fully hid
supper at ulchers Landing Sun
day night. -; -'
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Strouj I.'n 1
S'rouA and M!r'Dorr. 7 C :
' 'id v-e at I I :
with a' barbecue dim with all
the trimmings at their . une near
Pink HiU. About 125 relatives add
friends were nresent. ... '..-i
MYF SUB piST. MEET
, A Sub-District meeting of the
Methodist Youth Fellowship was
Harpers Soulherland Ccmir.unity Hews
Mirs. Willie Rr Harper, Correspondent
' Guests of Mr. and -Mrs.- Bndell
Outlaw Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Hay Noble and children of Kinston1
and Mrs. Rachel Outlaw of Deep
Mr" and Mrs. James Southerland
and ' children spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hinson in Mt
Mr and Mrs. John Martin of
Kinston were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Brewer Sunday.
Mrs. Kittle Sutton of Jackson
ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Harper
and family-visited J. F. Tyndall
in Raleigh Sunday.
' ' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hines were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Qdell
HiU .of Deep Run Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Talton of
Pikeville were recent visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Bodell Outlaw.
Mrs. Sadie Guy visited Mrs. Har
old Davis in Kinston last week.
Q. How soon should young cal
ves be placed on pasture?
A. Young calves should ' be put
on pasture only after they are at
least 10 months old. If you turn
them on pasture sooner, parasite
All Occasions At
Call Our ItfpreSentati.
In Pink 1011 Tel 2854
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I I 111 . 1. I' U I t I m n a, i -ari mi rv i. -
- Tlariysmell towns, many small businesses that's
f Kofth Carolina- in fact, it's all Asftfrfca,: Among
- the many thousands of small business men in our
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' state are those engaged In the distribution and
'. sale1 of beer. They run1 their buainesses legiti-"
, niately, successfully and in conformance) wiih
' the lawi TheyVontribute their share to our main -
street "prosperlty-to our taxes and-to-the- pre-v
serra'tfoiioi our American way of WeVMflfVsjl
iree enterpVlsi tolerance end righki'ti 'others.'
But most important to
; tte fact that they stand
Sale of beer as opposed
'i ' 5 North Carolina Division : ,
C:nrro 5tates erewirs foundation. Ing
held -tr Davis'- Milt, near . Seven
Springs Wednesday night, Oct 4.
A weinerTtoasra pr&agram and rec
reational period was enjoyed under
the dlrectioaof Miss Susan Waller.
The local group was taken to the
mill by" Mr: aha Mrs. H. C. Turner
and MfsrJohft'C. Smith.
j Cathrya Guy visited Miss Maggie
I Shiver at LaGrange last week.
Mr. and Mrtt Merrltt Outlaw of
Seven-Springs' were dinner guests
of the Tobe Rouses Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lee and Mrs,
Sarah Lee .were supper guests of
Mr. and' Mrs." J. B. Smith of Pink
Hill Saturday evening
- Sgt. Marvin Brock was honored
at a barbecue at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Dunn Smith Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith of
Deep Run visited Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Harper Sunday.
Mtadames Willie' and ' Harvey
Harper attended Day of Prayer
service at . Grove Presbyterian
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ballard
and son of Rlchlands are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harper.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harper and
son visited Mrs. Louellyn Jones
infestation will be heavy.
Q. I'm planning to seed a lawn
and so far have done nothing to
prepare the soil, which is rather
sandy type. How should I go about
fertilizing this soil for lawn grow
ing? It would be well to apply a one-
Inch layer of well-rotted farmyard
manure, old sawdust or woodsmold,
if you have not grown cover crops
on the soil. Work the organic (nat
ter into the soil, then broadcast
and work in 8-8-6 fertilizer at the
rate of 30 - 50 pounds for each
IN MOUNT OLIVE
Home or Wayne-Dsplm
Burial Asseeiatlon -Funeral
Ambulance Service Day or Nlcht
-.iMt.-, '..I '
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
The undersigned, having quali
fied as -adnttnlstrator of the estate
of Pa tlewcrB.T Sutton, deceased,
late of DupUnr County, this Is to
notify all persons having claims
against said estate' to present them
to the undersigned on or before the
21st day of September, 1951, or this
notice will be plead in bar of their
recovery." Alt persons indebted to
said estate will please make Imme
diate payment -to the undersigned.
This the 21st day of September,
William G. Sutton, Admini
strator of the estate of Pa
tience E. Sutton, deceased,
MAI tr STREET
PROSPERS h I
Gil run business
these men and to you, is
for the egroJ control oi the
io bootlegging methods.
Rt 1, Seven Springs, N. C.
H. E. PhilUps, Attorney
Kenansville, N. C.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Having this day qualified as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of L. J.
Hunter, deceased; this Is to notify
all persons having claims against
said estate to present them to the
undersigned duly verified on or
before 14th day of September, 19
51, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This September 1st, 1950.
Nancy Gertrude Hunter,
107 E. GORDON
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LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
John II. Carter Company
KINSTON, N. C
Tumer & Turner
"ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
L. C. TURNER, J, T. J. TURNER
Pink Hill's Oldest Insurance Agency
PINK HILL, N. C.
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RAISE MORE LIVESTOCK
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
ON ALL YOUR PASTURE NEEDS
WE HAVE CEDAR POSTS and .
ROUND, YELLOW PINE POSTS,
PRESSURE-TREATED with CREOSOTE
TO LAST A LIFETIME .
n " FOR YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
BRING ALL YOUR :
ORDERS TO TIHS STORE 1
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Admnt. of L. J. Hunter,
. ;; Estate. ' .
THE LEDYARD VAULT
SMITH VAULT CO.
Consult your local funeral director.