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FRIDAY, N0VEMDE2 2 7 ' : J
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Miss Aubrey Tyndall,' only dau
ghter of Mr, and, Mrs. Rubjr Tyn
dall of .Pink Hill was married to
Mr. Chester Wells 'Smith,1 son of
Mr. and Mrs, Vann Smltlr of Seven-
Springs, in a double ring ceremony
at Dillon, S. C Novembes IX :,
The bride chase for her wedding
a navy blue suit with' matching ac
cessories. Her -corsage fwa Of red
roses. , . ..- v , i . f J )"( f fc.-
.' Mrs. Smith is 'a grrauaVoVpInk
Hill High School and Was employed
locally before her. marriage. : Mr.
Smith .Is a .graduate of. Seven
Sphings High School. J ,
Witnessing the cerehiony were
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stuartiof Sev-
V i The couple are at home with the
groom's sister Mrs. Kivett Ivey
and Mr.' Ivey at Seven Springs
where the groom Is an employee of
Stuart Construction Co. -
HONORED AT TEA
i Mrs. Hugh M. Wells Sr. was hos
tess at a tea at her home Saturday
afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock faon-
bring Mrs. Hugh M. Wells Jr. of
Charlotte, a recent bride and Mis
ses Shirley Swift of Sherwood, Lil
lian Hotter of Gatesville and Cath
erine Stokes of Sugar Grove.: ? -'
Guests were greeted at the door
by Miss Bessie Kornegay and Mrs.
Edgar J. Wells of Teachey, and in
troduced to the receiving line: Mrs.
Rudolph Davis and Miss Thelma
TOBACCO SEED r
Speight's Dixie Bright 101
We are selling SPEIGHT'S Tobacco Seed
and have just . received a small . shipment of
DIXIE BRIGHT 101 which is Resistant to Black
Shank and Wilt. ' " -
1 ' . This Seed is in short supply and we suggest
that you get yours now. I : a.x
: ' We will "also have all Standard Varieties of
SPEIGHT'S Tobacco Seed.
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SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO.
Seven Springs, N. C.
Dilday directed guests Into the din
ing room, where Mrs. Harold Kor
negay poured tea, assisted by Miss
Connie Jo Wells. The table was
centered with an arrangement of
white chrysanthemums, flanked
with white tapers In crystal holders.
Miss Marianna Grady received in
the hall and .led guests to the sun
porch where goodbyes were said
to Mrs. E. M. Sills. About 80 guests
called during the afternoon;
P. T. A. MEETS
v A:. y,v;.Y
Mrs. Leighton Turner presided
over a regular meeting of the FTA
Monday night'. Mrs. Ethro Hill was
In charge of the program. Guest
speaker was J. P. Booth of Kinston
who was introduced by Principal
Wiley. . Mr. Booth showed movies
of his recent trip to Japan. A social
hour with refreshments was enjoy
ed. .-. -'
' Mrs. H. A! Edwards was hostess
to her bridge club at her borne in
Pink Hill Wednesday afternoon.
The living room was decorated
with blooming potted plants. Mrs.
TJ A. Turner received prize for
highest score, Mrs. J. M. Jones
received second high while Mrs.
Tones Smith received consolation.
The hostess served coca colas
and salted nuts during play and
after cards were laid aside, pump
kin pie 'with whipped cream and
coffee were served.
We Build to a -STANDARD
Not to a PRICE! .
Phone-ls412 ft . . Kinston, N. V.'
Mrs. R. L: King was hostess to
the WS of CS at her home Monday
evening. Mrs. J. M. Jonea presided.
A. turkey dinner for Dec. 1 was
planned and arrangements made
for selling tickets. The group de
elded to begin the study course on
Wednesday night -and take two
two nights for completion of the
course. Mesdames R. L. King and
L. H. Turner' were In, charge of
the program. 18 members and one
new member were served refresh
ments.; : :," ,
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harper of Al
bertson announce the birth of a son,
Donald Wayne, In a Kinston hos
pital, November 14. Mrs. Harper
is the former Mildred Alcock,
Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Mills of
Jacksonville announce the birth of
a daughter, Carolyn Elizabeth, in
a Kinston hospital November 14.
Mrs. Mills Is the
Davis of Pink HilL
' Gocdson - Scolt
The marriage of Miss Lucille
Goodson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arlie Goodson of Mt. Olive, and
Carroll Clark Scott, Jr., son of Mrs.
Carroll C. Scott, of Brookneal, Va.,
and the late Mr. Scott, waa solem
nized in an informal ceremony at
the First Baptist Church at 10:30
a.m. Friday, November 17. ,
The Rev. Broadus E. Jonea, pas
tor, officiated using the double
Preceding the ceremony Dr. Har
ry E. Cooper, organist, rendered a
program of nuptial music.
The couple entered the church
together and took their place be
fore the altar. Floor baskets of
white chrysanthemums, palms, and
burning tapers in branched candela
bra formed a setting for the wed
ding. Ushers were Ronald Laugh
ridge and David Lesesne. .-,
The bride wore an original suit
of navy gabardine, white velour
hat trimmed with pearls and navy
veil with streamers. Her corsage
was of white orchids. : . V , ' - '
The bride's mother wore a black
dress, matching accessories and a
purple orchid corsage.
The groom's mother wore a black
crepe dress, matching accessories
and an orchid corsage. '
Immediately following the cere
mony the bridal couple left for a
trip to White Sulphur Springs, Wf
Va., and New York City.
For the past several years the
bride has been employed at the
home office of the Carolina Coach
Company. The groom holds a po
sition with the Flue Cured Tobacco,
Cooperative Stabilization ' Corpor
ation in Raleigh.
After the wedding trip Mr. and
Mrs. Scott will be at home at the
Cameron Court Apartments.
Mrs. Lizzie Smith of Pink Hill
Rt. 2, was honored on her birthday
with a dinner at her home Sunday,"
Nov. 19. Out of town guests inclu
ded Mr. and Mrs. Buster Smith of
Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Smith and daughters and their
families of Rocky Mount and Mr.
and Mrs. Roland J. Smith and aons
Rev. N. P. Farrior attended a
Council Meeting of Wilmington
Presbytery in Wilmington Monday.
Dr. H. A. Edwards was m Ashe
ville over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Albright of
Richmond were guests in Pink Hill
during the week end.
Mesdames Sallie Westbrook and
Belle Swinson are spending this
former Libby week with relatives in Newport
News, Va: They accompanied Mr.
i AND EQUIPMENT
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
John II. Carter Ccpny
KINSTON, N. C.
SISALS IN OU.1 'jcc::5l
Trod rw for a wonderful deal. Your
pMjsent car will probably cover the full
down payment on a big new Dodgel
tend vi your ears for five minutes- '
J-and we can show you how to save
tDOOl Step Inside the big new Dodge
-ends be amazed by the extra bead
i - t, should room, stretcn-oui leg
r v Get behind the wheel-end be
f y-t'ie. flashing pick-up and per
f o ,' !m high-compression Dodge
"ct-.ry LnMno .-. . the velvet
t uoo'' ness of iluid Drive.
See Du.'go-nd you'll agree . . . you
con! J f $1,000 more and not get all
tlrse exiia-value features. See us now
fur lie best deal In townl ,
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' AND STIU NOT 6ET THI IXTRA ROOMINESS,
DRIvfNfl EASE AND RU06ED DEPENDABILITY Ot D0D8EI
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Old Family Bible
': Jack Worley of Pink Hill wrote
the Times the following letter.
. Maybe someone can help Jack
out. If so pleaae communicate with
! . : : ' Kenansville, N. C.
Mr. Bob Grady, Editor
The Duplin Times
: j One of my ancestors, Nicholas
Worley, Grandpa No. 8, I believe,
came to Sarecta from Yorktown,
Va., sometime between 1738 when
the last Worley births and deaths
were recorded In St. Charles Par
ish, York County, Va., and 1749
when Duplin became a county. It
and Mrs. Woodrow Jackson and
children who returned Sunday.
) Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell of Rich
mond and Miss Emlleigh Maxwell
and Harold Latham of Norfolk were
guests of the H. E. Maxwells for
the week end.
: Young Aubrey William Turner,
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Turner
underwent a minor operation in
a Kinston hospital Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Grady of
Albertson have moved to the Celia
Maxwell home in Pink Hill which
they recently purchased. I
. Mrs. Clyde Jarman spent the
week end with her daughter Mrs. I
Joseph Wiggins jn Martinsville, Va.
Neil Jones student at Mars Hill,
has been visiting relatives here.
Rev. D, C. Boone, new pastor of
the Methodist Charge, and family,
have moved here from Dover. Mr.
Boone replaces Rev. Thomas Hor
ner who recently resigned to con
tinue his college work.
Mr. and Mrs. John Piaskl and
Miss Merle Scott of Kinston, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Wiley were gueats
of Mr. and Mrs. . F. May at an
oyster supper Wednesday evening.
Policeman and Mrs. Squires were
recent visitors in Richmond, Va.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Robert Holt who was a guest of
the Rommie Holt family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wells Jr. of
Charlotte are visiting his parents
at Grady School. Mr. Wells, in the
Naval Reserve, has been called up
for re-induction Dec. 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lea of Fai
son visited Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sills
Mrs. H. A. Edwards was a guest
of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howard in
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams were
guests of the Bob Williams family
in Raleigh Sunday.
Elbert Smith of Clarkton spent
the week end at home here.
To benefit the Presbyterian Wo
men Mrs. E. M. Sills was hostess
at a Stanley party Wednesday night.
Mrs. Johnny Watlington of Reids
ville returned home Sunday after
visit with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Maxwell.
Guests ot the H. D. Maxwells on
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rog
ers and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brewer
and twin daughters.
Floyd Heath Jr. returned to
Washington, D. C. Sunday follow
ing a few days at home.
Mrs. H. D. Maxwell was a guest
of Mrs. D. K. Brooke and Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Gooding at the Good
ing home near Wallace Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Welle
and family are spending the holi
days with relatives in Charlotte.
Miss Patterson of Flora Macdon-
ald College and Huntersville was
a week end guest of Miss Margaret
Smith at Grady Teacherage.
Mrs. Lucille Grady of Grady
School Community who has been
critically ill has been taken to Duke
Hospital for treatment.
would be interesting to have a list
of all the families now residing in
Duplin or adjoining counties whose
ancestors were here before the for
mation of the county.
The Virginia church records
show Nicholas, son of Edward and
Mary Worley, waa baptised March
1708. His son, Thomas, who came
with him to Duplin, was baptised
March 19, 1723. 1 am now searching
for the records of the St Gabriel'a
Parish in Duplin, that ceased to
function during the ' Revolution,
to establish the birth dates of my
ancestors between 1733 and the
birth of my grandfather, Ted Wor
ley in 1812.
Some of the Lawhornes, Millers,
Marshalls, Smiths or Gradys, who
married Worleys, perhaps have the
Worley Bible that was brought
from Yorktown. I sure would like
to see it.
Suppose you ask for a registra
tion of all Duplinite family names
who are older than the county.
Tips Offered On
Activities in the farm
are stepped up with the approach
of winter holidays. An accident
can easily mar the season unless
extra safety precautions are takes.
Miss . Alt Lawaon, '--M
county home demonstration agafit, -says
knives and other cutting toola
should be kept out of children's
reach. Turning pan handles affky
from the front of the stove will
prevent accidental tipping. Before
opening a steaming kettle or roaaV
er, cover the hand with a cloth and
life the far aide of the cover first
In carving meats, a fork with a
knife guard should be used and
all cutting strokes should be away
from the body.
On final precaution: Apply first
aid Immediately to any Injury ne
matter how trivial it may seem.
PricesUp Sell ForCash
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h. heed. writ. u. NOW
? r..r.,',npl hom treatment TLlwZ
no relieve end hJiSS?
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New or Renewal, See
Mrs. Floyd Heath
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ILfto your tractor
Want us to w&yvur tractor run Hfce new again?
Now is good time to schedule it for a pawer ovarhajsL
Let ua install an A-C Metor Kit, the factory -anad
Mpair package for a eomplete renewal of she "power
Vine" of your tractor angina. It eontains ejrUodar
liners, pistons and rings. Because these pauras was
together, ttiey should all be replaced t fee same Msoe
to give new engine) performaaoe, .
These kita art made of ttat Hvne) BMtarkaU and to fce
same specifications) aa tb ttigimU par ftn yoor Aiita
The sure war reoir r)tairwiJ0l perfennaaet
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