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K:r;i Official Be
President Antolne H. Ivinsy a
meiriber of the First Counct of the
Seventy of the Church cnf Jesus
Christ of Latterdsy Saiivts (Mor
mons) and President J. B. Price of
the Central Atlantic States Mission
will conduct a meeting in .Albert
son Chapel-at Afcertson fll "'S:30
p.rrf. Tuesday. ',.'.''"'-':.'
The guest elders "Wilt be accom
panied by Mrs.- Ivins and Mrs.
.Price.'. .'' J ;. '"" '
Ivins has served since 1931 as a
member of the First Council of
she Seventy; which ' supervises the
Smith, Glenda Stroud, and Norma
Grey Wllmouth, , ) , - -.
Grade 4 Kenneth" ByrdV Lois
Hillr-Jsmes Howard;-' Bobby - Eott,"
Nancy Jones." Patricia' Howard, Liu
da Sue Howard,- Larry Coombs,
Joyce Ann Carter, Maxine Howard,
Edna ' Carol Koonce, Grade Taylor,
Adelphla Howard, and John Currln
Howard. '. ii
Grade 5 Ronnie Gen Cox,
Kinby Everett. Shirley Westbrook,
Linda Spenco, Hasel Smith, BlUle
Jean Jones, and Lou Thlgpen. '
i Grade a ? Wenoaah Jones, Edna
Alice Smith and Bet Taylor. V
Grade 7 T.Gloria Jean Pierce,
Norma Ray Stroud, Pauline Sum
merlin, Becky Turner and Sandra
Grade 8 Winnie Rutin, Merle
Jean Howard, Frances- Howard and
A naUve of UUh, he attended
the Juarez Academy of Mexico and
the School of Jurisprudence ' in
Mexico City. He is a graduate of the
University of Utah and studied law
at the University of Michigan. He
operated a ranch in southern Utah
for some years and served as man
ager Of the Lale Sugar Plantation
in; the Hawaiian Islands.'
The public is lnvited4 attend
No collections will be taken.
HONOR ROLL .....
Following is the honor roll for
the fourth period as released by
principal Wiley:" ' '
Grade 1 Dixie Howard, Bren
da Bostic, L. H. Turner, Rex John
son; ; Robert Small, Linda Carroll
Wilmouth, Dela Inman, Hilda. Fay
Malpass and Brenda Joy Howard.
Grade 2 Bertie JSue Cartieer,
Carolyn Harper, Olivfa Sutton, Pa
tricia Thomas, Ruby Westbrook, Di
ana". Howard, Norma Summerlin,
and Lawrence Moody. i ' ,
Grade 3 Mary Every ft Howard,
Jerry Johnson, Mary Linda Lee,
Jimmy Miles, Carolyn Smith, Car
ol Stroud, Gene Taylor, Jerry 'Ev
erette, Sarnmie Howard, i Hiram,
Lee, Lynn Turner, Helen Grace
Caster, Joyce Ann Koonce;. Margie
I Grade 9 Lula Mae Jones, Mar
gery -Dean Howard and Russell
Bostic. ';i---r: - '
Grade 10 Roger Post Hill,
Shirley Howard, Betty Howard,
Mary Edna Harper, and Carol Ken
nedy: ' ,J;:,
Grade 11 Lou Ann Davis and
Florine Deaver. t .
s Grade 12 -' Ercell Sanderson
and Bobby Hicks. . .
The Pink HiH-Woman's Club met
with Mrs; L. R. Turner Thursday,
March 1. Mrs Leslie Qulnn pre
sided. In a. contest directed by the
recreation leader j Mrs. Nick Smith
was winner:-: 1 Miss Rachel; Hart-
grove, home agent,' gave talk on
Our Sunday -r Best Dress." -i
FFA GREEN HANDS f
The Pink fliU-FFA Chapter held
its annual meeting March 6 for
elevating Green Hands to Chapter
Farmers.: .-'i.-? j f ,
President Donald .Howard pre
sided and the following members
were given the Farmer Degree:
Elwood Dail, Rogef Fost Hill, Jim
my Perkins, Linwood Stroud, Char
les" Sutton, Franklin Tyndall; Ken
neth Tyndall, Jimmy Williams, El-
i wood Howard and Kenneth, How
ard. -.V- '?.;'. .'j-j.jiw;
Qualifications for Becoming a
Chapter Farmer are (1) must have
held the Degree of -Green Hand
year and have a satisfactory rec
ord of participation In chapter acti
vities;' 2) must , have completed 1
year of Instruction ' In Vocational
Agriculture and be regularly en
rolled in a Vocational Agriculture
class; (3) must be familiar with the
state and 'national association; (4)
must be familiar with Constitution
of local chapter: (S) must be fami
liar with Parliamentary Procedure;
(6) must be able to lead group dis
cussion for -15 mlnutesrW) must
have earned" and productively in
vested at least' $25;' and, (8) must
receive a majority vote of mem
bers present at the meeting. '. ' '
RED CROSS COURSE '
l A course in Home Nursing,' be
ing taught by Mrs. E. M. Sills, is in
progress here. About 14 are taking
the course. It la being held in the
basement of the Pink Hill' Method
ist church. 11 . ' ' J , ' ' '
HEBRON SERVICES ,
Regular' 3rd Sunday afternoon
services at Hebron" Presbyterian
Church Sunday;1 March 18,-at 3
p.m with Rev. n. P.; Farrior offi
ciating. The puBUc la invited. ,,
DELIVER' OUR PIANJ V -:
WAYNE AGRICULTURAL PRKS HID.
SOUTH JOHN STREET, GOLDSBOKO, N. C.
INSURANCE' AGENCY . . . J.
" -ALL AiNDS OF INSURANCE 4 f "
L. C TURNER, J, ,.. .! T. . TURNEE
Pink Hill's Oldest Inswanee Agency r .
PINK; HILL. H. C.
Mrs. 3. M. Jones was -hostess to
her bridge club at hefhome Wed
nesday '' af ternodn; Early spring
flowers decorated the living room
where tables- were set for play.
Mrs." Horace Tyndall was winner
of high prize, Mrs; Linwood Turner
received second highland Mrs. T.
A. Turner received, consolation.
Mrs. W. H. Jones scored high for
visitors and also received a gift
Mrs. Linwood Turner was winner
In Bingo. . ;;' .. ,
The hostess served coca colas
salted nuts upon arrival of guests
and later Ja the afternoon she
served a delicious congealed salad
MRS. JARL ELLIS BOWERS.
I March 3.' In a candlelight cer
emony Saturday at 5:30 o'clock in
the afternoon,' Miss Fannie Grey
Worley, daughter of Kr:and Mrs.
John Alton . Worley of Pink- Hill,
became the bride of Jarl Ellis Bow
ers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
Bowers of . Washington JX3. in the
Pink Hill Presbyterian Church.
The'RevJTJi3,arriorj)astor of the
bride, officiated using the double
ring' ceremony. .'':...;.
A program of wedding music
was presented by Charles Stevens
of Wshington,planlst,and Mrs
.William Gain of Walstpnburgol-
Oist ''V ", t ';,',;. --
The brlde,glven in marriage" by
Miss Emileigh Maxwell of Nor
folk spent the week end at her
Lborn here. -She had as her guest
Miss Eva 'Mae Knee, also of Nor
folk. ;-Vt iif J
Dr". D. WV RUff in returned to Chi
cago. Thursday -following an eight
day leave at Kirhdme) here! " '
Mr. Hajwey Turner has been In
Raleigh this week taking the State
Bar examination.31 He is a graduate
of the State University Law School.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bowers visit
ed in Pink Hill Saturday enroute
to their 'home In Washington, N.
weddings. The bride carried a bou
quet of bride's roses centered with
a whit purple throated orchid.
Mra. Charles Parrish of Smith
field and . Mrs, ; John O'Connor of
Riahlands,.. slaters of the bride,
were her only attendants.They wo.
re dresses of twilight blue faille
with matching mitts' and braided
crowns fashioned of blue faille wi
th net -They carried American Be
auty roses tied with satin ribbons,
The bridegroom's best; man was
his father and ushers were Char
lie Boers, brother of the bride,
groom, Graham Elliott, Ralph Ho
dgesjr. and JJMax Roebuck.all of
After the ceremony the parents
of the bride entertained the wedd
ing guest, at an informal reception
received at the door and Introduced
the guest ; to the r receiving line
which" was- composed' of Mr. and
Mrs! J. A.' Worley, parents of the
brifle, the bride and 'groom, Mr.
and Mrs. Franklin Bowers, parents
of the groom, and Mesdames Char
les Parrish and John QXtonnor,
sisters of the bride, who were at
tendants. Mrs.. -J. F. May directed
guests to the gift room where Mrs.
Johnny Holden presided. In the
dining room Mrs. T. A. Turner ser
ved bride's cake from one end of
the table and Mrs. J. M. , Jones
presided at the punch bowl atha
opposite end. Nuts and salted pe
cans were passed. Mrs. J. K. Smith
presided at the register and good
byes were, said to Mrs. H.. A Ed-
March features eggs and apples,
Miss Hilda : Clontc, Duplin Home
Agemy said this -week.
Protein foods llBted as plentiful
Include 'frozen fish fillets, cottage
cheese, broilers, fryers, peanut
butter and heavy turkeys."
.. ,.... ..,--: tv; .
i Lettuce, Irish potatoes, and sau
erkraut are the vegetables on the
list. There will also be plenty of
processed citrus fruits, Along with
liberal supplies of honey.
JUST RECEIVED i '
NEW EASTER SUITS
. , . Prices To Suit Ton
TOM R. BEST
V 119 E. Walnut St.
- GOLDSBORO '
her father, wore the wedding gown
their weddings. It was fashioned wards., About 200 called during the.
01 wute supper satin witn uttea evening.
bodice. A bertha of satin and lace . n' tne evening the 1rldal
over marquisette yoke gav an off- couple left on a wedding trip, For
the- shoulder effect The dose fit- traveling the bride von a suit of
ung sieeves enoea in caua uiy po- . !peri winkle blue wdtlh matching
ints over the hands and the full ik 1 otheI. tceessories of black; and
irt had a traln.Her fingertip veU the her bouquet,
of Ulusion was fastened to a coro-l Mrs Bowerl i, , graduate of
net of seed pearl necklace which Flora (Macdonald College and Is at
Is an heirloom of the bridegroom's present a member of the Washing
family." The pearls were the bridal i ton nw. School faculty. ' . V
Steamed and on Half Shell
WE DELIVER DIAL S961
J v BARBECUE
, . , : . Kmston '
gift of his great-grandfather to his
bride and also worn by the bride
grooms grandmother, his mother,
sisters and brother's bride at their
C. Mrs. Bowers is the former Miss here."'":
y EXECUTRIX NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Fannie Grey Worley.- They were
married In the Pink HOI Presby
terian Xhurch on -March- Srd,---
Mrs. Herman Fussell and dau
ghters of Rose Hill were recent
guests of Mrs. Hattie Davis and
Mrs. W. G. Kornegay. v
Mesdames H. A. Edwards and
T. A. Turner attended the French
Gill wedding and reception in
GoldsfooML-Saturday availing. ,
Melba Kay, small daughter of
Mr. v and Mrs Wlltard Westbrook
has been ill at Dr. Sldbury's Hos
pital at Wilmington . ; j '
Mr, Reuben King Is recovering
from a recent Illness. , ' ;
Miss Polly Weston who was hos
pitalized in Kmston for seveeral
daya is recuperating at her home
, AND EQUIPMENT
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
Jc!:n II. Ccrtcr C
'KLNSTON, N. C
Having qualified as executrix of
the estate: of Ned T. Grady, late of
DupHn County, North Carolina,
this is to notify all persons having
claims" against the estate of said
deceased to exhibit them to the
Undersigned, the former home of
the deceased on or before 23 day of
February, 1952, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to the estate
1, I 1 I u 1 a. &
Will piCHW. wu .imuicuiaw J
ment - -'
. ' This 18 day of February, 1051,
' Frances Alice Grady Exe-
( Mr cutrix 0f Ned T. Grady.
3-3IMR. .FAG ' , . A
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Mr: and Mrs. I. J. Sandlin and
children of Beulavtlle were guests
f Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards on
Sunday; ; v v ' . :::m-: -''- ; ':
VFW AUXltlARY '
The VFW Auxiliary to Post 8514
met; for election of officers and
other routine business on Monday
nigHt at the post home. -Mrs. Lois
Johnson' pr'esfdea'. TOiie" to Illness;
Secretary Mrs. Jane Inman was un-
. r-.,,,.... .. . 7..-.
able to attend. Mrs. Janle Turner
substituted for her. The district
meeting to be held in AprU at Wash
ington, N. C. was discussed. 'Mrs.
Christine Page and- Mrs." Lottie
Smith served the group.
- Mr. 1 Bowers attended the Cita
del for two years and graduated
from Eastern. University in Balti
more. He is a veteran of World
War II and at present operates
Bowers Insurance Agency in Wash
ington. , , - . .
' Mrs. J. M. Jones and Mrs. John
ny Holden entertained . the Bow-ers-Worley
wedding parity and put
of town guest at a cake cutting at
the home of Mrs. Jones on Friday
evening, after the bride 'and groom
cut tha first sUce,Mrs.. J.- A. Wor
ley served the gdest,'Mts'. T. A.
Ttfrnei poured punch'' Mesdames
Linwood Turner-and .James Miles
assisted the hostess.in entertaining.
' The U. S. Department of Agricul
ture's list of plentiful foods -for
All Occasions At
IN KINSTON '
'Mrs. L Jijurner
, Agent. , ,
In Pink Hill. Tel 285-1
The Ledyayd Vault
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. .. Manufactured by
SMirn VAULT CO.
t Consult Tour Local
y',.-. Funeral Director
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NEW 4 TURNER.
norse Drawn Cultivators
jJust Received;- K Yofl Need?
One Get It Now1,
s II '
1 'V" vrt.
Havinarthls day qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of Mrs.
Cora Player Farrior, deceased, late
of Duplin County, North Carolina,
this Is to notify all persons having
claims against said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before one year from
last date of publication of this no
tice, or this notice will be plead in
bar of their recovery. -All
persons Indebted to said es
tate will pleas make immediate
This the 30th day of December,
1950. ' '
N. P. Farrior (Pink Hill, N. C.)
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