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Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Outlaw -vis- niglit v. . c Garner of T,. 1.
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lted Mr., and Mrs. Jesse Bell on Grady Sci.uol.
Sunday. " -
Oscar Sutton srent Saturday Have You bad your spring ch'ckup?
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Players for two tablet o! bridge
, Smith ni hostess itrf her rlde
clt at her Home 4ft Pink HlU-dn
Wednesday afternooni Bowls of
spring flowers were used to decor
pate the rooms., Mrs., D.Bpf'firi,
-feeceiyed (top score award, Mrs
- Helen Turner the award for cecqnd
'.' and Mrs! H.' A. Edwards . received
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consolation trofchy. The hostess ser
ved a congealed salad course. ,.
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.,..Mis. Sailie Westbrook-was hos
testf tO about 39 guests-and friend
at a dianer.in observance of' her
70th tiirthday at her home on Eas
ter -Sunday, The dining table was
centered with a three tiered birth
day cake holding 70 candles". Out-
Pflr-towtf "guests "included"." and'
Mrs. K, 3. SmiU;)Sr and Jr.,
of Hillatoro, Mr. ad Mrsjvalter
Stroud, -and sons . of '. Kenansville.
Mri; Westbrooli was also hostess to
18 Boy Scouts of Troop .No., 40 for
supper. The boys were camping
over the' Easter weekend at helr
huCnear her home. Mr. Billy Smith,
the Scoutmaster was also- her guest
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ttendihr a" tea ' honoring Mrs.
Jarl Bowers', - the former Mis
Fannie Grey Worteof Pink Hill
was given by Mesdames, JQ, Frank
Bowers . and , Marlon Johnston Jn
Washington Saturday afternoon in
cluded Mesdames J. A. Worley,
Charles Parrish, J. M. Jones, T. J.
Turner, J. F. May, L. H. Turner
and T. A. Turner of Pink Hill and
Steamed and m Half Shell
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Mrs. John O'Connor of Richlands.
Mesdames Worley, Parrish ' and
ux;onnorwere . In the receiving
line, c i , . ' y
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. West of Gai
land have announced the engage
ment of thelr . daughter, Hilda
riocutt. to Mr. Remus John Smith,
Jr. of HUlaboro. the marriage. tc
tajce place June 17. Mr. Smith, son
of Mr. and Mr. B. J. Smith of
Hillsboro is a gcandson of Mrs.
5allle Westlbrook of Pink Hill.
The Pink Hill baseball team de
feated South wood School In Pink
Hill Friday afternoon, 11-1, behind
the five-uit pitching of George
Howard. He fanned. 14 Southwood
batters . while .Southwood pitcher
A. C. King 'was walking 8 and
stating out five, Pink HiU stole 10
base, during the game.
fcvPjok; HU1 defeated Seven Springs
Jieie- inesaay oy scoring a S to 4
victory with the tying and winning
runs coming In the 7th inning whei
George Howard; blasted a honu
run with one man on base.
Dr. H. A. Edwards spent the
week end with relatives In Greens
boro, y - yrv v
Mr. Graham Turner went to
Lexington. Ky., Friday night to at
tend funeral services for Mr. Har
ry Calvert, to be held there during
the weekend. Mr. Calvert, a promi
nent tobaooenist, was the father of
Mr. Joe Calvert, a brother-in-law
of Mr. Turner.
Mrs. H. A. Edwards, Mrs. J. K.
Smith and Sharon visited Mr. and
Mrs. I. J. Sandlin Jr., In Beulaville
Saturday. . "
Mrs. Leslie Sermons of Ft. Barn
well spent several days recently
with her daughter Mrs. Graham
sMr. anil Mrs. J. D. Grady, Misses
Marianne and Peggy Grady and
Lo Jean Smith were recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. David Grady in
Mrs. E. R, Maxwell has returned
home from Parrotts Hospital in I
Kinston. ' v 1
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Mrs. Jack Perkins spent the week
end with his mother at Roberson-
Dr. and Mrs. 'Bower attended
the Azalea festival in Wilmington
last week. y .
. Howard Smith, stationed at Camp
Gordon, Ga. spent the week end
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Smith. . ,::
. Mr., and Mrs. Sanford , H. Lee of
Pikevllle were guests of Mr;. and
Mrs. S. M. Lee during the week end.
.Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Whaley and
Mrs. Jennie Stone 'of Kinston were
guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jones Smith
Sunday. . , .' ; . ... , .'
The Junior Class of Pink Hill
presented a play 'entitled "Meet
My Wives" In the school auditorium
Friday .evening. Members of the
:ast were John Robert Spence,
Lottie Belle Howard,' James How
ard, Harold Johnson, Lou Ann Da
vis, Lois Hill", Florine Deaver,
Catherine Hill, BiU Zadc Williams,
Marietta Quinn and Milton Bostic.
Larry Bostic, stationed in Va.
recently visited his parents Mr. and
Mrs. (Vance Bostic. '
: Mr. and Mrs. Sam , Davis and
Miss Lou Ann Davis attended the
Easter services at the Planetarium
n Chapel Hill.. . N .
' Mrs. and Mrs. H. C. Turner
ipent the weekend with her par
ents In Oxford. . ,
. Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Davis, Mrs. L.
H. Turner, L. H. Jr and Becky
Turner. were, in-Wilmington Sun
day to see the Azalea gardens.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Simpson
and children of Chapel Hill were
Harper - Soulherland Community Hews
Church services will be held at
Harper-Southerland church Sunday
night, April 8 at 7:30. Everyone
is invited to attend. Rev. N. P. Far
rior will do the preaching.
Mr. and Mrs. Williafn Sutton and
Lynn were week end guests of Mc
and Mrs. Richard Hill at Midway
Park. i, , .' ;v- " '
Mr. and Mr. James Southerland
and children visited Mrs. R. - L.
Summerlin at Summerlln X-roads
and Mrs. Florencee '. Houston at
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Ballard
and baby of Richlands were week
end guests of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Harper. "
Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer made
a business trip to Warsaw Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tyndall of
Jacksonville spent the week end
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qier Miss Lou Gray Wallace, dau
ghter of Mrs. J. T. Wallace and the
late Mr. Wallace, of ALbertson, be
came the bride of Pvt Leslie M
Teachey of Fort Bliss, son of Mr
and Mrs. L. J. Teachey of Rose Hill
March 8, 1951 in Dillon, S. C.
recent guests of relatives here.
Misses Peggy Jo Stroud ant
Betty Jean Davis have returnee
to WCUNC following the holidays.
Messrs. Ruf us Swain and Ken
neth Maxwell, students at UNC
spent the week end here.
Mr, 'and Mrs. Derapsey Smith,
Mesdames Sallle Westbrook and
Belle SWtnfeon and Avert and
Robert Smith visited In Wilming
ton and Wrlghtsville Beach Sunday.
with Mr, and Mrs. Rodney Harper
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Potter, Mr.
and Mrs. Durwood Potter and Mrs
Telford Potter attended a banquet
in Kinston Saturday night.
ansTSlfctea ..Visited Mrdft .Mrs.
Harviy Harper Sunday. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Souther
land and family visited Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Southerland of Kenans
ville RFD Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Coombs of
Pink Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mrs. A. B. Southerland of Kenans
ville, RFD, Sunday. '
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Brewer
made a business trip to Kinston
A number of Warren County
farmers , are seeding alfalfa and
permanent pastures this SDrlni!.
The mott ,.
popular . .
Mm. Paul Crosier
flirt, faul Crodeg
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Mr. Paul CwIett
Mr. ' and Mrs. Fltzhugh Smith
and boys also Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Smith spent the weekend with
Mrs. Johnnie Smith and family.
Miss Sadie D. Smith is visiting
relatives in Wilmington this week.
Mrs. Alvln Smith.Miss , Wilma
Gray Smith and Mrs. Kenton
Smith attended the stork shower
.n Deep Run Saturday night.
"Mrs. Aubrey Smith has return
ed home after visiting her mother
.or a few days in Washington, D C
Miss. Penniee Smith visited Mr.
Clayton Smith and family Sunday
' Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Smith vis
ited Mi-s. Lizzie Smith and other
relatives here this weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ivey Smith
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Smith
Mrs. Ann Smith has returned
.lome after spending a few days
with her daughter Mrs. Ben No!
en of Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith and
children, Mr. ad Mrs. Kenton
Smith went to see the Azalea gar
dens at Wilmington Sunday.
Miss Bertha K. Smith and Gary
Smith spent the week end with Mr.
and Aubrey Smith and Miss Pennie
Miss Pennie Smith served a de
lightful dinner Saturday. She had
a work spell to build a tobacco
barn. There was a number of men
Mrs. Johnnie Smith and children
shipped in Kinston Thursday and
visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith.
Mr. Kermit Williams of Texas
spent the weekend with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams.
Mr. Williams is in the Air Corps.
Mrs. Johnnie Smith and Nell
visited Mrs. Lizzie Smith Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. John Hill Sander
son went to see the Azalea gardens
at Wilmington Saturday.
Mrs. Leslie Quinn and Frederick
visited Mr. Clayton Smith and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Smith and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Graham Smith
spent Sunday with Mrs. Jonnnie
Mrs. Johnnie Smith and Gracen
spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
Fitzhugh Smith in Mt. Olive.
Mrs. Fred Sackett and Mr. Clay
ton Smith has been sick in bed with
tfc? flu for the past week.
Mrs. Henry P. Hood, spent Wed
nesday night with Mr. and Mrs.
Aubrey Smith and Miss Pennie
Smith and v. sited other relatives.
The 8th grade of B. F. Grady
went to Chapel Hill last Wednes
day. ..They, all enjoyed the trip.,
Mrs. Allen Stroud and children
of ' Albertson visited her mother
Mrs. Maggie Smith Sunday.
Leslie and Thomas H. Quinn
went fishing Sunday.
Mrs. Luby ivlannlnj of near Kin
ston visited Mrs. David Gardner
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Dail of Sum
merlins X-roads visited Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Jones Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kornegay of
Caiypso spent last week with their
children in this community.
Mr. and Mrs. David Jones and
Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Jones of Sa
recta visited Mr. and Mrs. Jonn
Kornegay last Friday.
Those attending the District
Sunday School Convention at Sa
recta Friday were Mr. and Mrs.
Bennle Outlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Sutton and Mesdames D. R. ana
Mr. and Mrs. Marvelous Sutton of
La Grange' visited Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Sutton Sunday.
Mrs. Hazel Hargrove spent last
week with her brother and family,
Mr. Wile Singleton at Beulaville.
Peggie Outlaw spent last week
end with Mr., and Mrs.- Jesse E.
Bell of Rones Chapel.
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