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Er.!zr3 C!.rch ; ,
. r.'A eovered Ks8 supper m serv
ed at the Pink Hill Presbyterian
church at 0:30 p. m. Friday. The
purpose of the sjette-gether was
to discuss plans Cor enlarging the
church. Members are optimistic
mat a pian. can oe worked out to
start work on the project In the not
' too aisvanx ruiure. . ' ,.
; Critically mV , ; " 1
. The condition of Mr. Carrie D.
May, who suffered a second stroke
at her home In Washington, D. G,
' KeentSy, la critically El. She li t
daughter of Mrs. Laura 13a via of
The Ledyard Vault
Pitclaion fSjfV Proof
' . MamTaetarM by . '
SMITH VAULT CO.
r. , Oenault Teur Local .
" Funeral Director ,
Art Pink HiU rncunent Mayor
ChrU Coombs was easily re-elected,
wdtfa a vote of 71 although
three voters exercloed their write
in privilege. Belle F, Jones Loll
Johnson and Floyd May each get
.one vote for mayor, r.. ; iiu--.i?
The aldenrtatiic vote 1 was aa
lowt - with the first three . being
elected: Aubrey Turner 89, Rubin
King 67, and Earl Howard 55; for
mer mayor Tom Davis polled 51
votes and Earl Hill six. There was
a total vote of 85. Turner end How
ard are newcomers to the board.. '
Boones To Hold
Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Boone win
hold opett house it their home, the
Methodist Parsonage, from 2:30 un
til 5:30 on Sunday afternoon May
20. The oocasslon will be strtotly
informal and the Bonnes are look
ing forward to greeting old friends
and new, on that date., . ,
Mr. crd Mrs. Jones
Entcrfjih VI V
To honor Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Inman and Dell who are leaving
this week to make their home in
WBtaington, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Jones entertained the following at
dinner oh Thursday. Mr.1 and Mrs.
Frank Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Da
vis, Mr; and Mrs. Billy Brewer, Mr.
and Mrs. Ltowood Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. James Miles, (Mrs. Ruth Stroud
Mrs. T. A. Turner, Misses Dorothy
Carol Stroud, Thelnja.Hdneoh, Mir
iam Smith and Mr'and; Mrs.,' Bp
Hebron Services t" "'
V Regular third Sunday services at
Hebron Presbyterian church at 8
p. m., May 20, by the pastor Rev.
'Norman P. Farrior. The public Is
invited. ' v:;'-. I
Mr. And Mrs. Inman
Move To Wilmington
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Inman and
young daughter, Dell are moving
this week to Wl'?nnKfw U mv
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Get Marriage licenses
: Marriage license Issued by Wake
county register of deeds on Friday
included that of James D. Tya
daU and Hazel HIU both of Pink
HUL f . -
S' - . '.'
Miss Norman Stanley Wetaures's
engagement to Emmet Leonard
R&ddick, son of Mm. E. L. Rlddick
of GatesvUle and the late Mr. Rld
dick, is announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Stanley Wetmore
of Raleigh. The Wedding will take
place 'June 2nd. " -
The bride-elect Is extensively re-
teted in DupSn county, her mother
being the former Norma Smith of
Albertson. ' '
The ceremony will take place at
5:30 in.the afternoon at the church
of the Good Shepherd in Raleigh
and a receptnon will be held im
mediately following at the Colonial
Pines Hotel - 'i-J
day with Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Dail.
Mrs. Sid Blonder and baby of
Philadelphia, Pa., and Miss Annie
Ruth Outlaw of Ralelgb visited
their parents Mr. and. Mrs. H. A.
Outlaw Sunday, Mrs. Blounder re
mained for a two weei" visit i.
Mrs. Estell Uzzell of Goldeboro
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Brantly UBelL ;.-v;
.Mrs. Jasper Bell and children
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Doris Price of Zlen. ,
Mesdames Roland Sullivan, Tha-
ddeaus DaU and Delia Dail visited
the letter's son, Alton Dail, at Le
mon Springs Sunday.
Mr. Melba Sparraw of Deep Run
visited Mrs. Georgia Sullivan Sun
day. ' ; . ' i,s'u'ii' , '
Violet Kornegay Is spending a
few days at Mt. Olive with Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Kornegay. (-'.'?
Miss Armaryrillls Hill of Hark
ers island visited Miss Mary Ann
Sullivan Friday afternoon.
; Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Outlaw of
Mt Olive visited Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Outlaw Sunday, Robert Outlaw
is confined to his bed with mumps.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kornegay of
Mt Olive visited Audrey Walk's
Joe Sutton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. i ji i :1 toe misfortune
to get 14s leg cut on a tractor last
Thursday afternoon. It took eight
ttttetoes to close the wound.
-Th6e-tendjlng the Dail and
Dean wedding Saturday at Bethel
were Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Dail,
Misses Gertie and Mary Ann Sual
llvan, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Taylor,
St C ... : 1
.vMr.a-a: ' .-U.L.,4i. i
Sunday wi'U i-.e Latters granU. d--tsst'HaJlUe..:,::.,,
. ... ...
' Mr. and Mrs. Buck Hill and cUl
dren .spent Sunday, with. Mr., and
Prlntlce Smith of Smith TowneWp,
Rev. and Mrs. D. C. Boone and
Mrs. J. M. Jones attended a dis
trict Methodist conference at Hay
elock recently. - ' .;' .
Mr. and Mrs. P, H. Williams of
Newport News, Vai, were guests of
Mrs. Ruth Stroud Friday night ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones' and
Mr. and Mrs. James Miles and sons
were at the Jones cottage at More
head recently. ,
Mrs. W. H.Jones and daughter,
Billie, were in Greenville on Thu
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis spent
the weekend with relatives in Wash
ington, D. C. . v- '
Air. and Mrs. Earl Smith, Mr. nd
Mrs. and Mrs. Dempsey Smitu and
Albert and Robert, and Mrs. Sal
lie Westbrook were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stroud in
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Sills spent
a few days recently with relatives
in Wilmington. ; ;, -
Mr. and Mrs. . Richard WhaJey
and daughters Of Klneton, RFD
spent Mother's day with Mrs.; G.
M. Turner. . " :
Lt Charles Parrish is expected
at the weekend' from the Ft Sill,
Oklahoma. Army camp, where he
has been receiving army training
to join his wife at the home of her
parents. Mr,.nd Mrs. J. A. Whalet
in Pink HiU. f --.- .... ?s-
Mrs. Thad Kornegay and Miss
Bessie Kornegay spent Saturday in
Durham. " - -
Jessie Pickett returned to Ms
home here Saturday from the vet
erans hospital In Fayetteviiae. ,
Mr. an4 Mrs. Herman FusseU and
daughters of Rose HIU, Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Simmons of Golde
boro, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Sim
mons and Mr. and Mrs. Red Kor
negay of Albertson were guests of
Mrs. HatUe Davis and Mrs. W. G.
Kornegay Sunday. ; . t
Mr. and Mrs. James Miles had
as their guests Mother's Day Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. Linwood Turner and sons
Lynn and Johnny. ' , vt
Mr. G rover Miles of Washing
ton, college, Tenn., has beeri visit
ing in the home of his brother, Mr.
James Miles and Mrs. Miles.
Mrs. Thad Kornegay, Miss Bes
sie Kornegay and L. G. Kornegay
spent Sunday with Mr.. Thad Kor
negay who has been ill at the vet
erans hospital in Fayette viHe. -
Mrs. Johnny WatUnigton of Riled
svUle and Mrs. Walter Godwin and
children of Wilmington were week
eow guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
MaxweU. . .V
. Mrs. Austin Anderson and ' son
Austin, Jr., of , Mt Olive, spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lehman
Williams. . -y,l
:' Mesdames Anderson and Wil
liams visited briefly with their Mo
ther, Mrs. Whaley in Beulaville in
" oir home. The Inmana came to
I' ll soon after World War II
' 4 ."r. Inman has been
bookkeeper at Jones
wt,i.,iet t'rr --ny. ITe is a nas
1 1 Cmecg and- Irs. I.i i
(Jane) a ' Wibntii,?tn catJve. - t
have a host of friends who rc
to see them go. Suooee&ra I '
the Chevrolet company's of"
be Mr. Teachey of Jackson vj.. ,
has been With the Saunders
co. there. He and Mrs. Teachey, the
former Miss Star FusseU of Rose
HU1, wiU occupy the dwelling va
cated by. the Inmans. ; . ., ri;j ' X ",!'
' Mr. Inman will be employed by
the Godwin Lumber Co at Wilmington.-'
Weekend and Sunday guests of Mr
and Mrs. Charles Brewer, were Mr.
and Mrs. Elbert Lee Of Norfolk,
Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barrow
of Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Lee of Deep Run. and
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of Kins
ton.' ' ..;.':
Mrs. Lucy C. Southerland has re
turned to her home here after
spending a short while with her
daughter and son-in-law,' Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Southerland of Kenans
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harper
spent a while Sunday . afternoon
with his sister Mies Delia Stroud
of the Holt Store section.
Mr. A. B. Southerland of Ke
nansville RFD 1. visited bis daugh
ter, Mrs. Willie Harper Saturday
who had the misfortune of cutting
her leg severly last week.
J. J. Stanley were Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Flet
- Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
cher Stanley of Raleigh and Mr.
and Mrs. Remus Teachey of Pink
Hill, also Mrs. Richard Whaley of
Lake Side, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Tur
ner of Pink HIU and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles HIU, end family of Jack
sonville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Sutton and
Lynn visited Mr. and Mrs. Ludlow
Turner of Topsail Beach and Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Potter of Kinston on
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tyndall
and children of Norfolk, Va., spent
a while Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs. Rodney Harper.
the afternoon. '.,',".
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Swain have
gone to Chapel Hill where Mr.
Swain will enroll at the University
for the summer term.
Guests of Rev, and Mrs. D. C.
Boone on Sunday were Mr. and
and Mrs. Linwood Boone and Jan
et Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Boone
and Children, Mr. 'and Mrs. J. P.
Boone, Jr., and Johnny, Mr, and
Mrs. Simon Boone and son Bob
by, Mr. and Mrs. George Boone and
daughters, Barbara and Kay aU of
Suflfolk, Vs., and - Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Cufflpher and children of
WUUamston. , . . ,
Mrs. J. P. Boone, Sr., who had
been spending a few weeks with
ber son Rev. and Mrs. Boone, re
turned heme with the guests from
Has Dress Revue
The Scott's Store Home Demon
stration club had its meeting for
the month of May in the home of
Mrs. Helen Walker with Mesdames
Waller and Mrs. Ethel Kelly as
The club had its annual dress
revue with Mrs.. Bertha Herring
winning Hirst place end Mrs. He
len .Waller second place. Miss Oo
ntz gave a very . interesting pic
ture on, arrangement of living
The hostesses served cookies, Ice
cream and drinks.
' 1 By Mrs. Ben Sutton
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Kornegay
announce the birth of a daughter
at the Henderson Crumpler clinic
last Tuesday. - N
'Mr. and Mrs. Roland Andrews
also announced the birth of a dau
ghter last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howell and
children of New Bern spent Sun-
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