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' Kinston Jayvcos
The Kinston Jayveee lost,' their
opening game' of the season In
x Kinston last Friday against the
Steamed and on Half Shell
WE OELTVEB DIAL 39ftl
sparkling three-hit pitching of
Pink HiU't George Howard .
The flashy right-handef Tacked
up. 20 strlke-ouU in a scheduled
levennning affair which went
nine. 5 ..r'-'-:-4 'n'--.Ai '
. The fcig play of the afternoon
came in the seventh when Paul
Gauldin blasted a double, stole
third andsocred on a wild throw
by Bostic to tie the score at 2-2.
Pink Hill then tallied twice in
the ninth frame for the win. The
final score was Pink Hill 4, Kin
ston 2..:!;:":,:;';"-i''.;':!,i. s-r.-n: 't -.
A regular first Monday night me
eting of the Auxiliary of the Wll
lard Smith Post No. 9514 of the
V. F W. was held at the but at
Turner & Turer
"ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
L. C TUKNEB, J. T. I. TURNER
Pink Hill's Oldest Insurance Agency
PINK HILL, N. C
:30 Monday night Mrs. Ferrell
Installed the new officer for the
year Mrs. Janie Turner will serve
as president, A quilt recently made
by the Auxiliary members will be
presented to the holder of of a
lucky number en the night . of
April 14, during intermission, at
the regular Saturday night dance
at the Post Home. The meeting to
be held at Washington, N. C. on
Sunday at 2 p m. was announced
and members were urged to attend
The Auxiliary voted to take In
two new members at the Monday
night meeting in May. Mesdames
tu Turner, - Katharine Tyndall
and Jane Inman served the group.
15 members and 2 visitors were
Regular services by the pastor
Hev. N. P. Farrlor at Hebron Pres
byterian church at 3 p. m. Sunday,
prll 15th, The public is Invited.
Mrs. Turner Hostess
laaleigh recently. He is a graduate
of the Law school at Carolina and
is a son of Mrs. Helen Turner and
the late G. M. Turner of Pink
A special meeting of the Pres
byterian Youth Fellowship group
was held at the Legion Hut near
Maxwell's Mill on Friday at 5:30.
Peggy Jean Grady was In charge
of the program. The theme for the
year is'Thy Will, My , Will". Miss
Grady also lead the group in seve
ral games; A picnic supper was
Attending ware visitors from
Faison, Mt. Olive and Calypso in
addition to regular members
Mr. and Mrs. ' Quentin Stroud
announce the birth on an 8 pound
1-4 ounce son at Parrott's Hospital
in Klnston, April 2nd. Mrs. Stroud
is the former Miss Virginia Smith
of Deep Run.
To Church Women lAmerican Legion
PLUMBING and HEATING
107 E. GORDON
Mrs. T. A. Turner was hostess to
circle meeting of the Presbyterian
Women of the Church at her horae
at 8 o.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Turner
who is circle chairman, presided.
Reportswere given by tne ainerent
cause secretaries Mrs. Charles Par
rish presented Ihe program, the
topic of which was "You Cannot
Break the Commandments". A dis
cussion followed. The hostess ser
ved a salad plate with coffee.
' The topic of the May meeting
will be " Do You Keep God In
Your Life?" Mrs. T. J. Turner
will be hostess at that time.
John Turner Passes
State Bar Exam.
John Harvey Turner of Pink Hill
received notice on Wednesday of
last week that he had passed the
State Bar examination given in
Both Dust and Veitable For Tobacco Beds
TRACTOR MOUNTED DUSTERS
' SQUEEGEE GASOLINE PUMPS V
For Spraying and Dusting Tobacco Beds
See Our . Varied Supply of Seed Corn.
V i Also , CokerV;"ltM Cotton JSeed;.
i Wilt Resistant, Delinted. and Treated
TRACTOR AMD IMPLEMENT DEP'T
WE HAVE NOW IN STOCK: .
' 2 ROW CORN PLANTERS '
. Tractor and Horse Drawn ,
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Kinston, N. C. '
Adolph Howard of Pink Hill was
installed Commander of the Sim-mons-Mewlborn-Turner
Post of the
American Legion at a meeting at
their hut near the Mill on Tues
day night. The installing officer was
District Comander J. C Page of
Warsaw. The writer failed to get
the complete rter of all the new
officers that were taken in at the
time. A barbecue chicken supper
was served to approximately 100
Mrs. Turner is
Mrs. Llnwod Turner won top
Drize. a double deck of cards at a
regular meeting of the Wednesday
Afternoon Bridge Club with Mrs.
Jones Smith as hostess on Wed
nesday. Mrs. Helen Turner won a
wastebasket for second high while
Mrs. Horace Tyndall won the con
solation trophy. Refreshments were
Mesame LeU. Turner and W.l
H Jones were at Man Hill recent
ly and' were acompanled by Mr.
Neil Jones, a student at Mars Hill
College, who had been spending
the spring holidays at his home
here. ' ' , '
Mrs. T. A. Turner has been visi
ting relatives in Washington, B.C.
Mrs. C. B. Hayworth is undergo
ing treatment at Duke Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Grady visit
ed a sister of Mrs Grady's and her
family In Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Inman and
daughter Dell spent the week-end
A delegation of V.F.W. and V.F.W
Auxiliary members of the Willard
Smith Post No. 0514 attended a
district meeting in Washington,
N. C. an Sunday afternoon
Mr. anl Mrs. John O'Connor of
Richladns were week-end guests
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Pvt. 'Howard Smith of Camp
Gordon near augusta, Ga. came
Friday night to spend a few days at
Miss Celia Maxwell of Kinston
visited relatives in Pink Hill on
Rev. N. P. Farrlor attended the
funeral of Rev F. M. Bain in Rose
The Presbyterian manse in Pink
Hill has recently had an interior
face lifting. A new coat of paint
has been applied. .Rev and Mrs.
N. P. Farrior, who are the occu
pants, have expressed their appre
ciation. The work caused consid
erable moving in and out.
Rev. N. P. Farrior was at Clark-
ion Tuesday for a regular meeting
of the Presbytery in session there
Mesdames WJ. Smith and J.J.
Smith visited relative in Wallace
recently. ': '; - '
Messrs Rom .Alphin and, Adolph
Harper were recent visitors in In
diana. Tyndall Brothers
To Enter Kinston
Fat Stock Show
Franklin and Clifton Tundall,
brothers of Pink Hill, were slated
to enter two animals each at the
fat stock show sale scheduled to
open in Kinston on Wednesday of
this week. Mack Harper and Men
cel Mikoslow also of Pink Hill
showed one animal each.
Gives Painting To
Old Home Church
P HILL PG MRS PAUL GRA .
Lextington, Va. At a recent ser
vice at the Oxford Presbyterian
church here an oil painting was
unveiled and dedicated to the
memory of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Swink, former members of this
congregation. Mr Swink was treas-
I urer of this church continuously
for forty years. He served the
church as a deacon and an elder
and was otherwise actively identi-
m DOG TALES
3 Doss Get Saved Too
By TOM FARLEY-
EASE OF ERECTION
."Built Te A Standard,
: ; Not To A Price" .
' v.- I . ' v
KINSTON, N. C
DO yw ever stop to wonder what
happens to animals when disas
ter strikes an area? We talk and
write a lot these days about our
plans for civilian defense in the
event of an atomic attack, but how
can we be sure our pets will be
given considerate care in such an
There aren't many provisions for
dogs in the present Civilian De
fense set-up. but we need only to
look back to World War II or a
local disaster of our own to learn
that pets do get consideration in
Take the Sierra-Nevada-Central
California Valley flood ct last No
vember, for Instance, and the Farm
Labor Camp at Yuba City, where
temporary shelter was provided for
nearly a thousand flood victims.
One of the first problems to be
met by the Red Cross was the
Camp's rigidly enforced rule bar
ring all pets. What to do? Natur
ally, with so many homeless fami
lies, dogs of all sizes, shapes and
breeds were bound to be right
where their masters were.
, Unhesitatingly the Red Cross
event to work. Just as .efficiently
a they had gone about caring for
human evacuees, they arranged
adequate housing for these tour
legged victims. Dogs were tagged,
given registration numbers, croBS
reterenced to their owner's file and
housed in a shelter with an at
tendant In charge. For the remain
der of the emergency, each dog
was as well-fed and well-cared for
a his master.
The situation looked pretty bad
for pets both in England and In
Germany during World War II.
With the scarcity of food meat
particularly it became Increasing
ly difficult to feed them, and it
wasn't uncommon to And members
of a household sharing short ra
tions with their canine compan
ions. In fact, things were so serious
that the advisability of killing oft
all dogs was considered.
Military leaders, however, have
always recognized that in time of
crisis, the most valuable Implement
of war is the morale of the people.
No nation has ever been defeated
while Its faith In eventual victory
was still unwavering. And when
populations are being uprooted, the
love and companionship of a pet
Is Important in the maintenance
of this morale.
Weighing the fact against the
intangible that of more food for
human consumption as against cer
tain letdown In morale both Eng
land and Germany came to the
wise and Inevitable decision that
dogs must be spared. Their popu
lation did go down, but for the moct
part this was due to a deter . tr?d
effort to keep breeding at a mini
mum. you would like to have a o'py
of "Tom Farley't Gutfe to c?i
Dog Care," which givet many help
ful hints on the core, feeding and
training of togtfmt address Tom
Farley, in care of thii nevnpaper,
and a copy will be tent you without
than BO years
The painting Durert '; Praying
Hands was painted by Mrs. Paul
D. (Leila Swink) Grady of Kenly,
North Caroling, and wee presented
to the congregation by Dr. George
West Dhlel; Presbyterian minister
and for many yars a close friend of
Mr. Swink, He! paid beautiful tri
bute to the life of -Mr. SwJnlcUnd
his service to his church, commun
ity and State. ;A vf- ' :,
. Mrs. Grady, the youngest daugh
ter of Mr Swink, was a member
of this congregation for many years
until her marriage to Paul D. Gra
dy' Sr., of Kenly, North Carolina in
1009 at which time she transferred
her church membership to North
Paul Grady is the son of the late
Dr. J. C. Grady of Kenly and a na
tive of Duplin county.
The oil painting is a reproduc
tion of the original Durer'e Pray
ing Hands. It wil lstand In the foy
er of the church
SEATTLE. WASH, Luckily no
one was home when landslide of
mud, logs, nnd water hurled huge
log thru beach cottage on Vashon
Island, and swept away corner of ,
house. One of many slides in area,
it was caused by torrential rains
which have brought flood watert
and thousands of dollar in dam
age to western Washington.
A number of Warren ' County
farmers are seeding alfalfa and
permanent pastures this spring.;
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