f L... " Pictured above are the three win ners of the El say Contest on "How I Raised A Crop 01 Tobacco To Sell For More Than One Thousand DoUara Per Acre In 1930". Mr. A. : T. Jackson, Craven .County Agri cultural Agent, is shown presenting -prizes to the winners.: Reading left to right: Mr. Jack son; Don C. Flowers, sales manager Dixie Chemical Corporation? ML T. Potter of Deep Run, winner of first prise, a $100 War Bond; James Sut ton of LaGrange, winner of third prize,' a $25 War Bond; Harry Da vis of Albertsonj winner 'of second prize, a $50 War Bond. The valu able Information contained In these essays will be made available to the farmers' throughout, bur State i by the Dixie Chemical' Corporation of New Bern and Kinston n the Very near future. " -;. Vi.": $ GIT!:2 $1,C:3 Per Acre : : Tcbzcco Club Contest Are Given '- Mr. Roy' R. 'Bennett, Extension Specialist: of State .College, an nounced today the name of the three winners of the Dixie Chemi cal Corporation Essay Contest on "How I Raised A Crop of Tobacco To Sell For More Than One Thous- and Dollars Per-Acre in 1050". The names of the winners are: First priae, Mr. M. T. Potter of Deep Run who witt receive a one- hundred dollar War Bona. econa prize, Mn Peary Davis of Albert son who wllfreceive a fifty-dollar War Bond. The third prize which was a twenty-five dollar War Bond was awarded to Mr. James Sutton of KFD. 9, LaGrang Mr. Bennett served as chairman of the Judging Committee which . was composed of himself, Dr. W. E. Cohrell, head of the Department of - Agronomy, State College; and Mr. J. M. Carr. Aaslsfant Director In charge of the Tobacco Experiment " Ct.Hnn Orford. In order to have been eligible for this contest, the fanner must tint of all. have been a charter member of the "Dixie One Thous and Dollar Per Acre Club." This group was organized In the Fall of 1050 through the influence and help of Dixie Chemical Corporation of New Bern and Kinston and there were eighty-five charter members who grew-at least one acre of to bacco during the 1050, year for which tbiy received one thousand dollars per acre, or more. . The purpose jai the Essay . Con:, teat vu to take the papers sub mitted from these members who live In ten different tobacco- grow ing counties of our State and make any valuable Information which they bad to offer available to the other farmers. Mr. Bennett and the other members of the Judging Committee expressed the fact that these essays were very interesting and that they were requesting (he Dixie . Chemical , Corporation - to make some of the contents taken from these essays available to all farmers of our State. The top average per acre of to bacco also .went to Mr. M. T. Pot ter of RFD., Deep Run, who sold his crop for $1278.00 per acre. CEITICALLY ILL ; (Mrs. (J. B.) Carrie Davis May U critically ill in a Washington, D. C. hospital, where aha was taken Fri day afternoon. Mrs. May underwent a head operation Saturday and Is getting along'' aa well, as could be expected. A daughter,' of Mrs. La ura Davis of Pink Hill, and the late E. K. Davis, Mrs. May has made her home In Washington for the past several years. Her brother, Mr. J. R. Davis left for Washington Thursday Immediately after rece ipt of the phone message telling of her condition.4 M Johnnv Stiles of Spruce Pine served aa best man."1" ' -"""t ' After the ceremony a reception was held for member of the fam- llv and close friends, sit Mrs. Stepp la a graduate of Park View Hospital in Rocky Mount and State Sanatorium Hospital at Mc Cain. She is now on the staff of Western North Carolina Senator- lum. ' ' . . ' .. Mr. Stepp aerved four years with the Merchant Marine and- is now employed at William Crabb Manu facturing Company fNtS. '' Attends T. J; Turner G.E. Meetti : There's everything from a rang with a small built-in heatarjo keep salt dry i to an automatic lroner that makes ironing a "no-hands" operation In General Electric' 1051' line of kitchen and laundry appli ances, according to Mr.,T; J. Tur ner, manager of the T. A. Turner and Co. of Pink HUVwno attendee . , B.Utitk a recent u-k preview at The ahowlng was held in the new headquarters building of waixer Martin, Inc.,' distributor for ' O-E appliances In North carouna. Among the new appliances, which will be on display at T. A- Turner and Cd In Pink Hill are three re frigerators with extra large freez ing compartments across: the top of the, cabinet, .a. foot-controlled lroner.' a lower-price automatic wher. an udercounter automatic dishwasher which opens from thtf . ? m s-U 4ah aull front anar ioacu iruiu uw rvv Wbs Tri-CourJy C:i!::l!::ll Tc-jrnoy V The Pink Hill Trl-County Glrl'a Basketbajl tournament got under way at Deep Run on Wednesday night. The favored and defending champion Pink Hill sextet scored an easy 57-47 victory over Content hea with Shirley Howard turning In S3 points for the winners. De fensive standouts for Pink Hill were Barbara Stroud and Ann Ruf- i Wheat Swamp forced Pink. Hill in the semi-final round at 7:30 p.m. Thursday and was defeated by a score of 61-64. High scorers for Pink HU1: Bonnie Howard 27, Shir ley Howard 22. Wheat Swamp Harrelt 20, Taylor 22. ; '.it Deep Run met Pin HM at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the final round of the tournament and lost 76-53. Pink Hill was favored as it had scored two gamea over Deep Run In regular season play. In the wind up, Deep Run had scored 175 points and Pink Hill lM.:.(yJfi'i'r'': Miss Edwards Jo Give Asheville Recital ", ; Mls Betty Edwards, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards of Pink Hill, a senior at Plonk'a School of Creative Arts, Asheville, will be presented In the recital there Fri day , evening, Feb. ,23. Acting as hostess from this area will be her mother, Mrs. Edwards, Meschunes T. A. Turner, G. M. Turner and Tt"J. Turner: ;' ; " ' ' blrs.VV.II Jones ; ; Hostess To WS of CS ; ANNOUNCE BIRTH ! mmnaamniammmmmmam V-' '-'.. ,.' , Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Smith of Pink Hill, Rt, 2, announce the birth of a son at Parrotts Hospital in Kinston, February 167 Mrs. Smith is the former Mildred Shepard of Albertaon. . , , . j BASKETBALL 7 . ; Pink HiU basketball teams de feated LaGrange High twice in the Pink HIU gym. Friday night, Feb. 9. The local girls, undefeated , in Lenoir County play and with only one loss In a total o 22 games, won thi lint nnntul 70 tit 99 ThB faOVS 1 won their game 57-44. High scorers for Pink Hill girls Bonnie Howard 21, Ann Ruffin 15, Shirley Howard 28. 1 High scorers for Pink Hill boys William Blizzard 20, George How ard 11. Moss Hill lost to Pink HIU in a double header recently. The girls won with a score of 29-24 and the boys scored a 62-40 victory. PERSONALS mus Creel, V-Pres.; Mrs. Ernest Du- pree, Sec-Treas.; Rev. L. C. Prater, Chaplain.. L. W. Outlaw spoke in formally in making an interesting report of the State Farm Bureau convention which he attended last week in Asheville. Group singing and prayer by J. H. Parker. The club adjourned unUl March. Mr. and Mr. L. . Creech of Princeton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. WiUlam Sutton. , Miss Ethel Rouse of near La Grange Is spending the week with her aunts Misses Fannie and SaUie Outlaw. .'' ' .Mrs W, H. Jones was hostess to a meeting of the WS of CS at her home Monday afternoon. Mrs. D. W. Rufflh presided. The program as presented by Mrs. R. L. King as sisted by Mrs. J. Mr Jones and Mrs. U H. Turner. Arrangements were made to remember several shut ins .nd sick of the community with visits and gifts. The hostess served refreshments. Sixteen mem bers and two visitors were present. Mrs. Smitli Honored The v children of Mrs. A Dunn Smith of Pink Hill' honored her with a. barbecue dinner with all the trimmings on her 59th birth day at her home on Sunday, Feb. 5f 3pp-0utld;v Vovs RIdgecrest In a home cere mony Feb. 10 Miss Frances Out- 1.... A....V(.. n WM mA UM the bride of Woodard Dean Stepp. The Rev. Cecil Perry officiated. The bride wore a navy blue crepe dress with navy accessories and a corsage of red roses. Miss Hazel Outlaw of Raleigh was her sister's maid of honor and w6re a navy dress with a corsage of carnations. J Rcr.r.::.g In Circles? Mr - Let Us -Solve Your Financial Worries By Assisting You With A Bank Loan.. r.v.: n PKIi IllLLv in C: S 4 I which "offers many feature hither to found only in deluxe model D'V WE ARiIiOW , TAKING ORDERS ptJCKEY TOBACCO CURERS V FOR AND HARDY-NEWSOME CURERS i (Price Guaranteed) : Mr. Thurman Davis of Rocky Mt spent the week end with his mo ther, Mrs. Laura Davis. Lt. and Mrs. Charles Parrlsh of Fayettevllle visited the J. A. Wor ley family during the week end. . Mr. Elbert Smith, employed at Elizabetbtown, spent the week end at bia home here. Howard Smith, USA, atatloned at Camp Gordon, Ga. spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith. He was ac companied home by Mr. Richard Stroud who went for him early Saturday. , Rev: and Mrs. D. C. Boone had as guests recently Rev. Mr. Gold- son and chUdren of Goldsboro. . Mr. and Mrs. John I. Sheppard spent the week end with relatives at Sugar Grove. .. - . i'S BRIDGE HEWS Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Prater visited their daughter Marie at ECTC Sun day afternoon. Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Nichols, Dennis Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nichols and A J.. Jr. of Sims visited relatives here Sunday. Rev. O. W. Eads and Earl Mat thews of Clinton were among visit- recent visitors at the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Outlaw visited relatives In Kinston Sunday. The Community Club met In the school audUorium Saturday night FoUowing opening exercises offi cers were elected for the new year as foUows: M. L. Outlaw, Prs.; Re- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Outlaw and Danny Sue and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Parker of Mt Olive visited rela tives Sunday. Mrs. Robert Jones and children visited Mr. and Mfsr J. R. Jones in Dover Sunday. Miss Mary Ethel Outlaw of Golds boro visited her parents Mr. and Mr. Gordon Outlaw during the week end. Mr. Clayton Padgett of Midway Park visited Mr. and Mrs. Remus Creel Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. James Joyner of Calypso and Miss Lois Cannon of Mt, Olive visited Mr. and Mrs. James Parker Sunday night Mr. Durham Grady was hostess . to the HDC Monday afternoon with Mrs. Leonard Grady assistant Mrs. Eric Berger called the club to or- . der. FoUowing business Mrs. Katie Outlaw gave the demonstration. on 'Milk Desserts". Reports of leaders were given. Several members gave interesting book reviews. Group ' singing and penny parade closed the program. A delightful social hour with refreshments waa en joyed by a good attendance of mem bers and a number of visitors. The March meeting wiU be held with Mrs. L. C. Prater. FLOWERS FOR All Occasions At Dudley's IN KINSTON Mrs. T. J. Turner Agent In Pink HilL Tel 285-1 oooooooooooooooooooooooo The following busbies houses in Pink HiU wiU close each Thursday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock, beginning March 1st and wiU continue this schedule until the border belt tobacco market open. Jones Chevrolet Co., Coombs Bros. Grocery, First Citizens Bank & Trust Co., Belle Oil Co., L. P. Tyndall's Sons, W. H. Jones & Co., T. A. Turner & Co., Dr. H. A. Edwards (Dentist) Turner & Turner Insurance Agency, Farm & Home Equipment Co. lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Turner & Turher -ALL KINDS OF INSORANCE L. C. TURNER, J. T. J. TURNER Pink Hul'a Oldest Insurance Ageney PINK HILL, N. 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