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s. - . ry ies.
When tiie i,.,,.e aud groom left
for a trip Uiroiu.'j parts of Virgin
la, the bride was wearing a royal
blue gabardine suit. Her accesso
ries were black and she wore the
orchid from her bridal corsage at
i Mrs. JSheppard was . graduated
from the Cove Creek High School
in Watauga County ahd from Rad
ford College, Radford, Va. For the
past year .she has been teaching
in the B. F.Grady School in Duplin
County, -i .;,-;;;?",'. --f fVhi-. .
Mr. Sheppard attended the B. F;
Grady High School and Spent two
years in-service overseas in World
War II. He is now engaged in farm
lng t . Albertson where the couple
re now at home.
aknouncid ; ' I
Mr., and Mrs. Henry Jefferson
Grady of Raleigh have announce
the engagement of their daughter
Jeffrie Ann, to Mr. HaielN. Moore
of Charlotte. The wedding will take
place' January 27, at St Mary.'s
Chapel there. - r- . . j
The bride's father is a native of
Albertson,, Duplin Co., the young
est son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J.
MdR. Grady. He grew to manhood
here and later went to New York
where he married the former Aliss
Ethel Sauer, who was the mother
of Jeffrie Ann. She passed away
after the family moved to Batelgb
and Mr. Grady has since remarried,
: ' - ' ... . y
f. J'TSS FANNIE GREY-WORLEY
i the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
ohn Alton Worley of Pink Hill
lho announce her -engagement to
Jart Ellis' Bowers, ion of Mr. and
Mr. Benjamin Franklin Bowers f
Washington, N. C. The wedding
planned for March. . , '
S?o:!( Vovs In Virginia llcae
I In a home ceremony, vows were
: Hiken Saturday afternoon, Dec
' er 23, at Sulphur Springs
ainv Chllhowie, Va., that united
; i marriage Miss Sarah Catherine
tokes of Chllhowie, Vs., and Sugar
Strove, N. C, and Johnnie Shep
pard of Albertson. The bride la the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
ii.tokes of Chllhowie and the brlde
V - com is the son ot Mrs. J. I. Shep-
.rd of Albertson and the late Mr.
The double ring ceremony was
rformed by the Rev. M. C. Phtt
h pi, J r., pastor of Chllhowie Meth--i
.ue' Church. The vows were ipo-
: -n before an altar of greenery
t ' M, i . I . - . . it llTkak04S
, -X i. ,
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; CiXtztizi III -.
tho firrt day!
and white tapers In branched
delabra. Only members of the im
mediate families and a few inti
mate friends : attended the
The bride was given In marriage
by her father and the bridegroom
was attended by Everett Leo Mast
of Sugar Grove as best man. The
bride's- only attendant was Mrs.
Everette Leo Mast of Sugar Grove,
as matron of honor. She wore a
dress of teal blue velveteen and
carried a bridal . corsage of red
The bride's wedding dress was of
white brocade designed with a
roll collar, long sleeves and tailored
skirt Her, hat was of white velvet
trimmed with navy veil. She car
ried a white Bible from which ex
'tended streamers tied with carna
tions and topped, witn, a white or
chid in bows, of maline.
The bride's mother wore a dress
or royal blue crepe and a corsage
of,, pink -rose, buds.
rA program of ftcordeA nuptial
music was rendered.bef ore and dur
ing the ceremony. . .-...
Immediately after the. ceremony,
an informal reception, was given
by the bride's parents. '
Assorting the hostess at the re
ception was Miss Blanche Stokes,
Mrs; Charles King, Mrs. -Ralph
KNX HILL SPLITS
"WOEUSSOW 1HLL ' ,
Wlfli -high scoring Shirley How
ard coinlMiting-38 points, the Pink
HHl girls 'posted their OOth "Victory
InJJ ! Jan.aTbyoowulngSuuw
am ,03-ai. junt mm s&Ss trailed
3028 t?the half oaitimoved out in
GRADYS HOLD , j;
HOUSE WAK1VHNG .
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Grady re
celved a very pleasant surprise on
a recent -Sunday when returning
from Sunday School they noticed
their yard -full -of -earn. Their fam
ity connections had come for a vis
it, ach with 'something useful for
tfrant ta'th thlnliaiia stood -off -a" their new liome they had recently
WE WILL II AVE-NO MOS3
GET YOURS NOW
ttnow ttnr rally in 'thtfinaj.
weore'oy periods: '
Snow HU1 , IS 17 0 12 1
Pink -Hill TO 18 14 ll -52
High scorers: 'Pink Hill . Shirley
Tiowera 88, Bormie HowtfdU Snow
HiU - Waters M, IWbWn 17, Moor
ing 42. Best 'defense: Pink 'HIM
SsutxM Streud, MnneHtufrln: Snow
mil -uurpny, Pwry.
Snow Oul,Wtr-s4 12 12 0-48
Ptok 51111 4....U , It'll B 38
High scorers, Pink Hill - Bostic
7, Howard 7. Williams 7. Snow HUI
- Ham 21, McKoy II. . .
nr KILL WCJS OVER
Pag KPNTO-pAa .
Pink HUI girls and hoys basket
ball teams won two games from1
Deep Run at Pink Hill on the night
ef Jan. B 1M by Shirley Howard
with 33 points and Bonnie Howard
with 43, 4he Pink HUI glrU took a
64-53 victory. The Pink Hill boys
won with a 6443 score.
Thirteen was an unlucky number
tar the Deep Run girls. They scor
ed IS points in -each aoarter, but It
wasntienough -to -win.
Score by periods:
Oeeo Run ...-... 19 IS 18 IS--02
Pink HUI 16 10 16 2064
High seorerli Pak HU - Shir
ley Howatd 3B, Bonnie Howard 23.
Deep Run Harper 10, Baker 2t,
Jones 10., Defensive standouts: Ifor
Pink HUI .Barbara Stroud, Betty
Brltt Perkins. Deep Run --'Smith,
' Boys game, score by periods:' -
Deep Run 3 7 14
Pink HUI 13 12 8 8-43
High scorm, Pink HUI: Blizzard
11, Hicks 9, Howard 9. Deep Run:
Tom Taylor 7, Sutton 11, Taylor 6.
Defense, Pink HUI: Howard, Thom
as Byrd. Deep Run: Dock Stroud.
"Whaley. ' " ' rfiri
Mlse Ann TurnaresHome E&tev
cher t the Wnk X31 echooL Mis
Tumg aealsnea at the dose of
school lor the holidays.
purchased, and enough food for
everyone, evn ,down to a dessert
3Iesdame W. H. Jones and J. T.
Spence .wepe Raleigh visitors on
Mr. tE. & Maxwell has returned
-Mrs. "J. B. May of Washington, D.
C. has returned following a visit
wKhe her mother Mrs. Laura Davis.
vMessrs. iBud . Howard and Chris
Coombs wane in Durham Saturday
night to attend .the State-Duke
game. , ' - , . -.
"Mr. . and ,Mrs. . Aemus Teaohey
and Mr. and -Mrs. Graham Teaohey
have returned from visiting relat
ives in "Florida. -
Mr. Howard Smith left Tuesday
for Ft. Bragg where he wUl be in-'
ducted into .the Army.
Tars. M. J. Whaley of Beulaville
has - been ill at the home of her
daughter Mrs. Lehman Williams
here. , - (
Mr. and Mrs. -Richard Stroud of
WUson spent the week end with
relatives hen. ' '
llr. tand Mrs. Aubrey Smith and
Miss .Bertha JCay Smith have re
turned after spending the holidays
In WaaUngton, D. C. with Mrs.
Smith's mother. . -
Mrs, Herman. Page has returned
home from the hospital after hav
ing a bad attack of kidney colic.
Mr. Clayton Smith, lira, Fred
Sackett, Mrs. Thomas Quinn, Mr.
and Mrs. Aubrey Smith, Edna
Grace Smith and Peggy Mifdlner
spent Sunday- with Mist Pennie
Mr. Thomas Qulnn, Mr. Fred
Sackett and Mr. Leslie Qulnn went
fishing near New Bern, Sunday.
"SkSo o"ic?o I UsMps J
f 1.9 T 'KOO . sun'
f toon pion
THE DUDLEY permits two future
bedrooms to be finished on the
second floor in addition to the two
bedrooms and bath on the first.
Storage space Includes wardrobes
in the first floor bedrooms, walk-
in closets on the second, coat clos
ets on the second floor, coat clos
ets af?ront and rear entrances and
a closet and linen cabinet In bed
end of the Lhaped living room
and in the kitchen. Refrigerator
and range are on the Inside kitchen
wall, sink under side window and
work counter under rear window.
The exterior walls are brick up
to the. eaves, vftlh gable ends and
dormers of shakes or wide siding.
Dining space is provided in one
Dimensions are 34 feet 8 inches.
Floor area is 1,030 square feet and
cubage Is 22,882 cubic feet
For further information about
THE DUDLEY, write the Small
House Planning Bureau, St. Cloud,
Miss Geraldine Eakes and Pres
ton Eakes of New Bern spent the
Ail Occasions At
Mrs. T. J. Turner
IiV pinkllin. Tel 285-1
week end with Mrs. Bertha Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Roc-
Scott's Store H.D.C.
The Scott's Store HDC held its
first meeting of the year in the
home of Mrs. Gladys Kornegay.
There was an attendance of 18
with an addition of two new mem
bers. Miss Clontz gave an interesting
outlook for the year 1951.
The hostess served candies and
cookies with drinks. '
ky Mt. spent Sunday with Mrs.
Miss Ardeth Smith of Rocky Mt.
spent the week end with her pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Qulnn Miss
Wilma Gray Smith had supper with
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sutton near
Outlaw's Bridge Saturday night.
Mrs. Bet Smith has been sick at
her home these last few days.
Undertakers - Embalmer
Home of Mt OUve Burial
Phone 2265 - - Mt. OUve. It. v.
Mr. Frank WUey, principal of
Pink Bill school, has been confined
to his home heeauae of illness.
sr.::! srras supply a
i'. -'.,' '-".v - ., .... ' ' i' ' ""J .'!.', .v
gW 1 Vail kB i lata Iw fciaWB
I.:rs. -Hclvln Jones ww hostess
to her.hriSge club at her home on
Vednes&sy afternoon. Polnsettas
and other blooming plants decora
ted the living room where tables
were set for play. Mrs. Helen Tur
ner received a gift for members
high, lira. Llnwood Turner recei
ved second high and Mrs. Jones
Smith received consolation. Mrs.
Floyd Heath received visitors high
score prize. Cake with whipped
cream and saKed nuts were served.
This' year's national corn arep !
may exceed S.C"0,G89 bounds. ' ' - '
'For AH Popular &aariiMS
Now or Renewal, See ,
'rs. Floyd llc-ili
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First-Citizens Bank And
As Of The Close Of Business December 30, 1950
PINK HILL, N. C.
Cash in Vaults and Due from Banks $ 35,319,655.88
U. S. Government Securities $34,066,919.51
tDlrect and Fully Guaranteed)
, . Federal Housing Authority Obliga-
tions, Federal Intermediate Credit
ZBanks and Federal Home Loan
Bank Debentures -.... 5,098,628.03
State "Bonds 12,786,735.46
Municipal Bonds 15,525,144.94
FederalLand Bank Bonds and Other
. , Marketable Securities 5,576,442.05 73,053,869.99
" Accrued Interest Wi . .. .... . 418,037.84
- -Loans and Discounts Less Reserve 54,729,516.77
Banking Houses, Furniture and Fixtures and
Building Sites, Less Depreciation 828,018.34.
Commercial Building Corporation Stock 1.00
.' aCost 9106,000.00)
" Other - Assets 6-00
: (Six parcels of real estate appraised value $16,500.00 K
' ' LIABILITIES
Capital Stock". Preferred $200,000.00 ' ,
Common 800,000.00 1,000,000.00
Surplus . - - .i 6,000,000.00
Undivided Profits I 412,419.28
Reserve A I C Preferred Stock Retirement Fund 200,000.00
Reserve A C Accrued and Unearned Interest,
- Taxes, Insurance andOther Reserves w. . ..... 4,886,043.40
Inter-Branch Clearings 2,368,189.78
DEPOSITS , 149,482,453.36 .
, , ' $164,349,105.82
EVERY COURTESY, ATTENTION AND SERVICE CONSISTENT
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