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i A Leo C
; ' Bland Lee, 45, fanner of the Pink
Hill section died of. a heart attack
at poo; Thursday, Jan. It while
nrrata to a hospital. Funeral ser
vices Wert held, at 3 p.m. Friday
from the graVeside in Peter Dear
er Cemetery: near Deep Bun, con
ducted by Rev. N, P. Tarrlor, Pres
byterian minister of Pink Hill. Sur
viving are one daughter, Annie lee
of New Bern; Ms mother, lira. Mot
ile Deaver Lee of Pink Hill; six
brothen, . Walter, Peter, Furney,
William, and Matthew of Pink Hill,
and Gordon of Deep Bun; four sis
ters, Mrs. Connie Potter of Deep
Ron, Mrs. Tebbie Collier of Wil
mington, Mrs. Albert Pate of Kin
sten, Mrs. Milton Redding of Pink
Mia aM.J VwwaS
Dr. D. Winston Ruff In left on
Thursday of last week for Chicago
where he has accepted a residency
In a Chicago Hospital. Dr. Ruffln
will specialize in diseases of the
eye, ear, nose : and throat. Mrs.
Ruffln and their three daughters,
Ann, Winnie nad Jane will join
him as oon as suitable living
quarters can be obtained.
Dr. Joseph F. Bower, 31, of Mar
tinsville, W. Va , will take up Dr.
Boffin's duties hero February 1st
and has rented Us office.
Dr. Bowers Is a native of Virgin
la and was educated at the Medical
College and, the University of Va.
before interning at the Bethesda
Naval Hospital In Maryland. He
served In the Navy three years dur
ing World War H and after his re-
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FIRST CITIZENS BANK
MID TRUST. COMPANY
MRS. JOHNNIE SHEPPARD,
who prior to her marriage -on Dec
ember 23, was Miss Sarah Cather
ine Stokes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Stokes of Chilhowie, Va.
Mr. Sheppard is the son of Mrs. J.
L-Sheppard iutd the late Mr. Shep
pard of Albertson,
lease from service he practiced for
a time in Virginia before continu
ing his education at the Newton D.
Baker Veterans Hosptal at Martins
ville, W. Va.' where he has been
resident in medicine, for the past
two years. According' to medical
authorities In Kinston and-Richmond,
he is well qualified for thte
Pink HU1 position
- Dr. Bowers is married and has
three children who will accompany
him here wb.en he starts practice.
Services At Hebron
in ddense: B. F. (irauy Hazel
Stroud, Eleanor Kornegay. Kenans-
vllle Sara Brown, Shirley Tyn
' Boys gane: ' .- '
Kenansville 6 7 14 7--34
B. F. Grady 0 8 7 16 37
: High scorers: Grady Nick Kor
negay 12, Ray Mannings; Lynn Har
per 8. Kenansville Billy Sum
merlln IS. Defense: Grady Larry
Harper, Donnle Wells. Kenansville
Summerlin. , , . ,
.'' Last week B. F. Grady took two
victories from Kennedy Home at
Kennedy Home. The Grady girls
won 43-27 and the Grady boys took
theirs with a score of 48-46. , ;
B. F.G. H.D.C. MEETS
The B. F. Grady Home Demon
stration Club met on Monday after
noon, Jan. 8, with Mrs. Lehman
Williams and Mrs. John I. Smith
as hostesses, at the home of Mrs.
Williams. President, Mrs. Joe West
brook presided. Mrs. Gordon Kor
negay of the Duplin TB Association
was present and showed a talking
picture on.TB. The scenes of the
picture were taken from the Duplin
and Wayne County health centers.
; Mrs Louis Williams, clothing
leader, presented a UN flag to the
club. Hostesses for the new year
were namew. Coca colas and cook
ies were served to approximately
35 members present
BUSINESS MENS CLUB
1 Mr. Linwood Turner, president,
u4 ,u j i ; b 5 r , . ' T
of Cel. Xl.ll. . .r.s ilti-t
at the VJTW Hut Monay P'.'Ut AH
were elated toi.lesrn of the new
doctor who isrora.i.2 Feb. 1.
A routine ol ii-iii.-dss .was taken
up. Supps. .:.'.'(..: vjcI by members
of the VTW .ujuiiary. 18 members
were present, - "..' -" "
Attending the Ice Follies in
elgh hut week included Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
Graham Turner, Miss .Narcie Wil
liams, Mc George Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. Kendrick Taylor and Mrs. T.
A. Turner. V - ' , '
' Mesdames. Charles Parrish and
John O'Connor t-and - Miss Dannie
Grey Worley were Raleigh visitors
Saturday . , T - .
'i " .';T'': ....tj-'V:""'
Mr. Howard Smith recently In?
ducted into the army has been sent
to Ft Meade, Md. f or assignment.
" Mrs. Charles farrish of Fayette
vllle has been visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Worley here. .
ii Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Swain have
returned from a wedding trip to
Florida and have taken an apart
ment In the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lehman William; Mrs. Swain, the
former Ml Lillian Hoffler, is. a
member of the B. JF. Grady school
faculty and Mr.waln, who is. a
l-student at Carolina, is doing prac
tice teaching in Kinston. - . . -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stroud, of
Wilson spent the week end in the
l-M.ie of ber parents Mr. and Mi's.
J. J. Smith. '
, The Scott Store Home Demon
stration club announced their 1951
slate of officers, Mrs, W. E. Waller
the new nresldent Others are
vice president,; Mrs. E. Kornegay;
and secretary-treasurer, rs. Eu
gene Outlaw. ' , "
Miss Hilda Clontz, home-agent,
Mill thai the flrjrt meetina of the
year was an organizational meeting.
Plans' and oroieots were discussed
for' the new vear. , - s ,
Protect, leader were named as
follows: focd ;nd nutrition, Mrs.
Eugene Outlaw; home garden, Mrs,
Henry, Herring; home poultry, Mrs.
Jonas Dail; dairy," Mrs. Kawin
Holt; food preservation, Mrs. D. L.
Scott; 'furnishings, Mrs. Ed Kor
negay; management Mrs. J. J. Her
ring; family life, Mrs; Zollie Kor
negay. CiridLusf 7c:!i
Mrs Ids. Outlaw, 80, died at her
home Wednesday morning' of last
week at 9 o'clock' in the Outlaw's
Bridge community after an illness
.Of several months. . She was the
widow of MV L. Outlaw, who died
five years ago. i . j ,
two daiugMers, Tlis. ,
and Mrs, R. D. Si,i
home- community; six i
M..L., Jr., and Gordon
commulty, L. B. and L. J. i
Seven Springs and Don a I .
one half-sister. Mrs.
sail of Mt Olive; 29 gran
and 11 great grandcmiu.
was a charter member of C;
Bridge Ualversallst Church.
al servicers were held at the i
the following Thursday at 3
The Rev; L. C. Prater, pastor,
elated. "Burial was In the I
cemetery near the home.
The Ledjard Vc-t
j 'Age i
Manufactured by :
SMITH VAULT CO
- Consult Your Local
Funeral Director -
Regular services at Hebron Pres
byterian Church near Pink Hill will
be held Sunday, Jan. 21 at 3 p.m.
The Pastor, Rev. N. P. Farrior will
be in charge and the public is cor
dially invited. -
.)?.... '.. . . . , ,- - .. : .
' tr.:i to live in
HORTii c:.r.cu:n .... A .w
,t Tor iaalMO-".
You can bunt qua!! CuMtttb.
j , January 31-oleo rtlbtt, A4 tmr
y key and sufiod flT9W-oo ,
':,"' and opossum ototQlt fabraary
. IS. Midwi(ttr acvMC 4 nasJuiisi : ;
February 3-4. Fas bcC39 'V
. ti Nos Head FabslMuj 1447. r ;3 t ( ,
f it Fabruary 2 to Csosd Hag Dy-sd all
. , "triagat happy" da C9UBlaa shoiild i
Itaew that on ol tTaJi CarcVa' toasts '
':' ' cbaraotws tm iSstoty, Csst4 too, '
ra bom FSnrr 11.
, r&raaty 23-UanA -Hsslmitt :
I ;: T$ Gm i fits, el.ii''
t aiulirfjf auxrC.
- i - s ttrt 'JiwLf o?j
. , ot cotton, com, oat -t, t. " i
'. Tbw itt s fw cl t" lr;
' " thai go ca to' r;.' :.:' C i
llac to !:?--: t.tt " " j f "
BRIDGE HOSTESS -
Mrs. Jasper Smith was hostess to
her club at her home, Wednesday
celved high score ..prize, Mrs. Ikej
Stroud received second Algn and
Mrs. Horace Tyndall won consola
tion. The hostess served chicken
salad sandwiches, coca colas and
cakes. " ;P ?t
WINS BOTH GAMES
Pink Hill boys and girls basket
ball teams - were both victorious
over the Deep Run teams at tPink
Hill Friday night The writer failed
to get the scores, however. '
B. F. GRADY TAKES 2
Grady School's boys and girls
cage teams defeated Kenansville
twice at B. F. Grady Tuesday night
of last week with the girls score
38-27 and the boys, 87-34. '
Girls same: Score by periods.
Kenansville - 6 10 2 ft 27
B.. F. Grady 0 10 5 1238
High scorers: Grady Edith
Byrd 13, Sara Waters 13, - Mary
Pierce 8. Kenansville Mary Beth
Southerland 15, Frances Jean Pat
terson 6, Katie Quinn 4. Standouts
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' Billy Tyndall '
Undertakers - Embalmers
' Ambulance Servie -
Home of Mt Olive Burial Asso.
Phone 2265 Mt OUve. N. C
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- IN KINSTON fc
Mrs. T.J. Turner
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In Pink Hill. Tel 285-1
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farm machinery new and used horse drawn machinery 4- li . '..Jti fcc3 t 1 f . i 'j
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