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1 Mrs. L. H. Turner Won
r bond, first prize. In the
oration contest staged in
l daring the holidays. The
a featured a Santa Claus
j 3 pack on the roof of the
out to. enter the chimney
ver his goods. It was an at
e displasu and attracted a
. 1 of attention. The Turners
i-' J presented several nice
r ora the Pink Hill merchants
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Turner
in rime um, is stationed with the
28th Division at Camp Atterbury.
; 5 waraon is residing with
her parent in Kinston.
Moiher Of Local
Mrs. Gates of St. Matthews, S. C,
the mother .of Mrs. J. R. Davis of
Pink Hill died early Monday morn
ing at her home: Mr. and Mrs. Da.
vis had Just returned from a visit
there when, the message came that
n to .the bond. Mr. and KMrs. Gates had passed away. .
Davis -won second prize I ' '
utest With Ifcvand Mrs. PERSONALS "
iuu winning wira place, i
and Courtney Mitchell, all of
s w ere' Mesdames Charlie I Dinner eueata nf Mr. ann Mr.
on, Vettion Offitt, Cecil Wo- , T. J. Turner Thursday Were Mr
and Mrs. Edgar Koonce, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Marshburn and Mrs. Ethel
Frazelle all of Richlands.- i
Washington, D. C. Sunday after a
visit With relatives here.
3CL OPENS MONDAY
e Pink Hill school opened on
Jay, Jan. . following the holi
i, B: F. Grady opened Tuesday:
j A Js -'i
turned to her-home in Roxboro
following a vlslt with relatives.
amy Moore of; Charlotte has
Been visiting his grandmother Mrs,
G. M. Turner here... "Vi v
Ret. and Mrs, .Emmett: Watson
were recent overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L.'H. Turner,-
' Messrs J. M. Jones, James Miles
and Johnny ' Holden were recent
visitors in Brunswick, Ga. Jackson
ville and Atlantic Beach, Fla,
' Mr. and Mrs. H. S."Wetmore of
Raleigh and Mrs. Street Kornegay
and Mr. Clontz Kornegay -of War
saw; were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Heath during the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith spent
Sunday with Mr; and Mrs. W. !.'-?. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Loftin of
' Dri and Mrs. D. W. Ruffin were
called to Ahoskle Friday do to the
critical Illness of Mrs. Ruffin's mo
ther who Is hospitalized there.
Mrs. Kelly Palmer of Salemburg
is visiting In the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J, "F. May.- .-. v ' ' " : ,
; Mrs. Emmett Rogers and infant
son Emmett' Earl, have, returned
home from a Kinston hospital.
' Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connor
r J t. and Mrs. George C. Boney of
Kiiu.ton announce the marriage of
their daughter Margaret Ruth to
Ret. James Emmatt Watson, son of . visited the J. A. Worley family re
Mrs. L. C. Watson and the late Mr. ' ceirtly enroute to their home in
Watson of. New York, N.Y., on Richlands from a holiday visit with
tcct-'mbe 24 in Dillon, S: C, The relatives in Charlotte.
bridegroom whowas-reared in the1 Mrs. Bessie ,W. Williams has re-
Turner & Turner.
' '. INSURANCE AGENCY
v -v "ALL RINDS OF INSURANCE !
L. C TURNER, J,
T. J. TURNER
Fink Hill's Oldest Insurance Agency
PINK HILL,' N. C
:r Of f ice Supplies
DISKS, CILAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
Jc!:n II. Carter Company
KINSTON, n; a
' i fttch Awards for 4-H Work
"3 (foldJUled watches were awarded clnb members for
X hlghset rating In N. Carolina for work Inthe I960
: s dairy foods demonstraUons, home grounds beautiflca-
animal and toll and water conservation programs. A i
r records Indicates they, were active all-round 4-H' era.
own .. . PsWds Gordon
i Brown, IT, of Moores
s learned that successful
' depends largely . on - the
ct, he has done such a
in -H SoR and Water
ion v program, that he
d out fortop state
i u astone Tire & Rubber
uted Ralph with an ap
r engraved gold watch.
X out the program for
,i nlph has followed cer
nclples, such a the
on of over-grasing : In
i and the use of terraces
ver Crops to stop soil
. In one lowland paBture
ved excess water by open
t drainage ditches, while
-us of several fields he'a
a nf nhrubl for wlldllfe.-
uinh's club career he
Rivenbark at Wallace,
Guests of the J. F. May family
Sunday Included Mr. and Mrs. Char
les ' Nash and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs, Rock and Miss Ann May of
Kinston, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cart
of Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Boney and daughter of Norfolk, Va.
Mrs.- Horace Tyndall and Miss
Wanda Tyndall spent the holidays
in New Yor City. ; , - . ., t ;
Mr.' an Mrs. A. P.' Tyndall were
guests of Mrs. J,. C. Davis at' Moss
HU1. during the holidays. " L '
John Shelton Smith wlththe US
AF, stationed in Wyoming, visited
relatives here recently". '''v. :
V Miss Betty Edwards left Tuesday
night for Asireville where she will
continue "her' studies-1- at Plonks
School of Creative Arts. 6heex-
,pects to receive her diploma on
May 30. ..(
Dinner guests of the-Dr. H' A.
Edwards Xmas eve were MR and
Mrs. J. Sandlin, Jerry and Mar
tha Sandlin of Beulavllle and Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Smljh and daughter
of Pink Hill.
-. Mrs. Edward Hill has been ser
iously ill at -her home for several
days with an ear infection. . .
Mr. and Mrs. John: Sheppard
have returned from a wedding trip
and are are at home at the Grady
teacherage. Mrs. Sheppard is the
fprmer Miss Catherine Stokes, of
Sugar Grove. ''.';''..''
Mr. W. T. Herring iias returned
to Greenville, Tenn. where he is on
the tobacco market following a vis
it with Ms parents Mr; and, Mrs.
Scott Herring. ' ' ------
Mr. E. R. Maxwell left Sunday
for Austin, Texas having accompa
nied Mr. and Mrs. .S. J.. Maxwell
home, following a visit ;with his pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Maxwell.
Misses Betty Jean ; Davis and
Peggy Jo Stroud returned to WC
UNOTuesday after a holiday with
l4 Mr. Charles, tee Overton.of Ed
enton and State College Waaa guest
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Davis-recently. -. v.-i;
Miss Sarah Ann Mlaxwell of Rich
mond, Va. spent Uevr Years day at
Mrs. rVillie R Harper Gox
: The people aiHarper-Souther-Jand
wish everyone - the happiest
and most prosperous flew, yeari, .
Dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Southerland of Kenansville,
RPD, Xmas day were Mr.- and Mrs.
WUlie Harper and Ruthie Ann,
Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Merrltt and
Paulette of Magnolia. , .
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton spent
Xmas with their son Lynn who is
a hospital patient In Gastonia.
New York . were dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Blanc bard Souther-
land Christmas day also Mr. and
Mrs. Nick Smith and Tommle of
Pink Hill and Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Southerland of B. F. Grady. . .
Sgt Leamon Harper of Ft. Ben-
ning, Ga. spent the holidays with
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harper.
Carol J. Harper, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Grlssom Harper of
Albertson, has enlisted la the Army
and stationed at Ft. Jackson, S. C.
Mrs. Edna Bell of Kinston was
a holiday guest of her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Grlsfom Harper. ' ,.
(A little late) Mr, and Mrs. Milo
Harper announce the birth - of- a
son, Donald Wayne, at Parrotts Hos
pital in Kinston on Nov. 14, 19oQ.
Mrs, Harper is the former Mildred
Alcock- of Kinston. ' " .
, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Davis of Bel.
mont spent Xmas week- with Mr.
and Mrs. Furney Harper and Mr.
and Mrs. Thurmau Harper.
Xmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Rayford Harper were Mr, and Mrs.
Raymond Harper of Washington,
D. C, Mrs. Mable Roberts and
children of Baltimore, .Md.. Mr.
and Mrs. Ressie Qulnn and family
and Mrs. Ambrose Smith and fanv
ily. , r ;
-'. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grlssom
Harpe on Xmas day were Mr. and
Mrs: Jerald Harper, Mr. and Mra.
Herman Aycook of Pikeville, Mrs.
Edna Bell of Kinston, Mr. and Mrs.
Milo Harper and children and Clif
ton a$ Braxton Bell of Pikeville.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Haroer
and Phil speiit Xmas with her fa
ther Mr. D. M. Lemmon who is ill
at his home fn Delco."
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harper were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Alcock in Kinston Xmas day.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Southerland
and family of Suffolk, Va. spent the
holidays with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. J, K. Southerland.
Miss Mary Sue Yarbrough of Ke
nansville,' spent Xmas week with her
cousin Ruthie Ann Harper.
-Mrs. Wm. Sutton and Mrs. Rich
ard Hill visited their mother Mrs.
Jim Potter New Year's day.
maxed a busy and eventful four
years iri Club work for "Clarence. ,
Chapp'ell,. Jr.; 16, of Belvldere.
He raised 69 DuroC and Hamp
shire hogs, 11 Hampshire aheep
and five beet cows. Young Chap
pell has won many high honors, .
including district winner of the
Hereford trophy for the best
, mvn iuu y , . Bteer, At the Albermarle fat stocrt
r t,es as junior leader - he had reserve
, -d Gray, 15, of Kerners- "", -i,. .ni w and war-
winner in beet cattle judging at
Raleigh. Clarence serves his local
4-H Club aa Junior leader. Thoa. "
B. Wilson, Chicago meat packer,
has provided awards In this pro
gram for 21 yearSv ' -A
thorough understanding of
the lmportanca of dairy foods
plus the many new ways to vary
th. Ata thAln iifiA. brou&rht ton
i.j vnA hntinra in Amfll Lee. IS. oi aen-
PHIUtVU WWI11W Vuvmw. - o , ' . - .
This year she son, and the team . of Rutn
Nlcnois;- io, qi An, uu
Bhlrley Waugh,- 16, of White
; Plains. Agnes' prize-winning dem
onstration was "Floating Island
for Dessert". TEe tfiam demon
strated "Cottage Cheese and
Cheese Salads." Their project,
.' Dairy Foods Demonstration, is -sponsored
by the Carnation Co.,
who presented the watches. The
girls admitted that a lot of plan
ning and practicing were neces
' ....... unfnvA thnv wara readv to
nal program ell-- give their nnlanea aemonBimLiou.
cUvlllfs are conducted under the direction oi ine
a of the State Agricultural College and USDA co-
a won recognition In the
md received a ?z u. o. .
- i nnd. ' K- '
a Gordon, 17, Mount Airy,
s honors in the 4-H Home
f ion program. In com
as project, she not only
t the farmstead, but ad-
to Its value. In the five
t Patricia has carried
t she has accomplished
i.i an old driveway and
e outside of buildings,
i. she was County
.-'n, won live blue rib
! v.-.l and two white at
, a has been vlce-prosi-
! Franklin. - luo
has been elected
npr for 1951. Mrs.
n, donated the
I 'tirh award in-,
s a honors In the
" -ii '
The " tobacco barn package
brings you high-quality high
yielding seed.- '
; Grown on MeNair Farms -
f T- . By .
j t4 LAURINBURG, N. C.
, - Sold By:
" Garner Brothers
' Mt OUve, N. C. j.
: . Falson Hardware Co.
. Falson, N, C.
V, Warsaw Hardware Co.
Warsaw, N. C.
L M. Sanderson ",,
Magnolls. N, C. " n
; : " ; Gardner Edwards
- Beulavllle, N. C. -
Mary B. Parker,; Merchant
i', - Chlnquaplrr, :N. C, i -Yore
: . Kenansville, N. C,
; K33).iateC li aoncAmr
:, icat great ta-Pt ventora B was - -.
born (n Wterrfll, H f Hl mmlly moni ;
to Rochester tn I860. At the age of 4r
' George wuobUgwl to Mate Mliool and go -:
to ork for thiMdoUan aweek to Mp ;
. support hi wWnred mother aad two sl i .
ten. At the age of 20. he bacame book
keeper for the Rochater aannss Baak4 v
u aecMea on a earar w poowsimiwj
and set about simplifying complicated
method! of tht Umt, thul making po,
Hbl a new popular bobby. Patent far his
first Kodak wu No. 22S.503 end, with 60
1 employees, he began prodndng Kodaks In
188& He continued to Intent and produce
, photo facllitlea for the rest of bis life.1
- Today Uw Eastman Kodak Ca hm SJ.000
on Its payroll Kodak inventions have glf-'
en employment to hundreds of thousands
- in ouict organiMiwina y . , .
- NATIONai PATINT C0UMTJf ' ,
Cfihhm ot ,,i.,. rf i!;-r.2f..
Albert Jones, ?i, of the Foun
tain Town Community, died 'Sat.
urday at 1 a.m. in the Onslow
County Hospital. He was a farmer
and a lifelong resident of the com
munity. Funeral services were con.
ducted Sunday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock from the Muddy Creek Bap
tist Church. Burial, was In the
Fountain Cemetery. Surviving are
his wife, Mrs. Minnie Jones; one
son, Ernest, of the home; one daug
hter. Mrs. Ophelia Melton of Jack
sonville;i two sisters,. Beulah Jones
and Julia Jones; both of Richlands;
three brothers, Andrew of Raleigh,
Joshua of Warsaw and Isaac Jones
of Richlands; three grandchildren.
Montana harvests more than 3
million Christmas trees each year.
One hundred years ago on Sept
10, two i men in .Memphis, Tenn.
were issued a patent on a cotton
FLO WBRSi FO B .
All Occasions At
Mrs. O Turner
In Pink Hill. Tel 285-1
For All Popular Mafazineg
New or Renewal, See
Mrs. Floyd Heath
her home here.
: The 'following couples enjoyed
an oyster supper near New Bern
New Years eve: Mr; and Mrs. Jas
per Tyndall, Mr. and Mrs. T. X
Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Jones, Mr. ahd Mrs. Linwood Tur
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Turner,
Mr., and Mrs. James Miles, Miss
Narcie Williams and Mr. George
Turner. ' $ ,
' Patrolman and Mrs. Setb Thomas
and daughter returned Sunday af
ter ivisitlng ' , Hillsboro. .
- Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben King Thursday were Mr.
and Mrs. James Barwlck and Jean
and" Carol of Seven Springs and
Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Boone of Pink
Hill. Rachel King returned after vis
itl.ig the Barwlcks. - v v j
Melvin and Glenn Williams, sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Williams
have been ill with pneumonia and
sinus trouble in a Kinston hospital.
;.. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Herring, Mrs,
Annie Mae Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Herring and Mr. W. T. Her
ring were guests of the Frank Yar
boro family at Rocky Mount Sun-
feVV, NOTICE .. , .
' Having qualified as executrix of
the estate of Julian M. Dobson, de
ceased,' late of - Duplin County,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them' to the undersigned at
Bunnlevel, North Carolina, on or
before the 30th day of December,
1951, or this notice will be pleaded
In bar of their recovery. All per
sons; indebted to said estate will
please make immediate payment
This the 27th day of December,
-t - Mrs. Marie Dobson Canady,
. Executrix of the estate of
- ! Julian M. Dobson.
2-2-61. M. C. . . ' ,
r;:::n cc: start.. ;hcres an
Ar:Ti-t!::TAf! :: that, you can trust i
, are stewed '
b rr.z-y cc::s
, . TO CREDITORS
Having qualified as executor of
the estate of D. B. Johnson,-deceased,
late of Duplin ' County,
North Carolina, this Is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased o ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
Chinquapin, N. C, or Grady Mer
cer, Beulavllle, N. C. on or before
the 14th day of November, 1031, or
this notice will be pleaded In bar
of their recovery, All persons In
debted to said, estate will please
make Immediate payment
This 14th day of December, 1050.
George Frank Landen, Exe
cutor of D. B. Johnson.
Attorney at Law
The Ledyard Vault
- Manufactured by -
SMITH VAULT CO.
; KINSTON . -
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WE WILL HAVE NO MORE
GET YOURS NOW
SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO.
Seven Springs, N. C.
NOTICE! TRAPPERS AND DEALERS
bring or ship your mink or mutkrat pelfs to me
HIOHZST MARKET PRICES PAID
by Sol Isaacs at . . .
Ssl. Isaass--Gs3rge Ccstesa Oo.
Center Street Goldsboro, N. C.
We Build to a STANDARD
Not to a PRICE! .
Phone S412 ntnsto, N.
Yelbv Shelled Corn $1.50 ... In Shuck $1.35
7hil3 Shelled Corn $1.40 . . . In Shuck $1.28
, BALTIC, N.C.