t- ..j and tUe use of letter i
, ih.iliviikiltiva.nVvJ ItJ ItvMV wl
.rcicnblives; Parrolf Will I!ol Run
' 1 irvey Turner, young Pink Hill In the 1953 Legislature.
t ney, has announced his candi-f At the same i time Rep. Marlon
tin y tor .the Democratic nomination Parrott reported that he would not
I JJ LJJ L-J -J L
: Aplei--'Pech Chenr'i-.fiii
Coooannt Pbtato .and
! f"V " f Sif. r r i.-:. MerinroePie Y-V" -Sf
I 1 ; jfTfg! , 'Mil J. 7i :'-. In - '!"'' Ill
I : Their songs in spring,
I I : Our tasty naked goods
' ; lemonChocolate .', WtJ
and Coooanat Cream
1 Whan rifriini jMnn
Good Variety of
Real Home-Made Cakes
Are the thing.
v.-1'1: '4'' :.''':. is' $
SPECIAIL ORDERS FOR WEDDING,
BIRTHDAY AND PARTY CAKES
V T to better farmimr
as representative of 'Lenoir County
be a candidate again this' year,
after serving for two terms in the
State House ' of Representatives.
The move was anticipated, as Par
rott said two years ago that he
would not run again this year.
.Turner, 30, opened his law office
in Pink Hill in 1951 after grad
uating at the end of 1950 from the
University of North Carolina Law
School; i His education at Chapel
Hill was interrupted by three and
a half years of service In the Air
Force Istelligence Division.
Mr. Minis Howard
Mr. Minis K. Howard 75, prom
inent farmer of the Pink Hill sec
tion died at "his 'home about 3:45
a.m. Saturday. He had been re
ceiving treatment for an infection
on his face for some time and with
in recent weeks, had undergone the
amputation of one of his ears. He
had many friends in his home com
munity, funeral services were held
SIMPLE AS TURNING A NUT AN a RniT
, -- - - uiu "vm ininer imaes
i the rear urnpol n anv ivmftfnn ..i....
quick, effortless operation instead of a half-the-morning
.You power-shift the wheels safely from the
tractor seat, to fit any row or implement Change
toe wheel spacing anywhere ... in the yard or
field r . . several times a day if you need to.
There's nothing to it ..
TiT7ifloST?finut fnd let ns demonstrate
POWER SHIFT wheels. Developed by Allis
Tune in ,
V m Notional
U Farm and Homo
Mill AND HKVICt ,
T. A. TURNER & CO.
PINK HILL, N. C.
TURNER TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO.
Kinston, N. C.
You'U Find The
. v Very Best In:
For Every Need ; v
Come In To See Us Today
. - i.l
jrltage St Dial 4311
Kinston, N. C.
from his residence at 2:30 pan. Sun
day. . Rev. . A. Smith, superin
tendent of the Middlesex Free Will
Baptsit orphanage officiated. - Mr.
Howard was a son of the late Hardy
and Mary Davis Howard of (Lenoir
County. : His wife, the former Mrs.
Lonia Stroud Howard died in 1928.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.
Gurthie Kennedy of Kinston and
Miss Carrie Mae Howard of the
home; three grandchildren and one
great-grandchild. v t , !
T Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Korne
gay of Alibertson have announced
the birth of a daughter, Marilynn,
at the Wayne County Hospitla in
Goldsboro Friday January 18.
Mrs. Floyd Healh
Mrs. Floyd Heath entertained a
regular meeting of the Pink Hill
Wednesday afternoon bridge club
at her home near town Wednesday.
Camellias and cyclamen were used
as decorations in the ' living room
where . two tables were set for
play. .--'.'Club members high score
prize was presented to Mrs. Lyn
wood Turner Mrs. D. W. Ruffin
received the prize for second high
est score for members and Mrs.
J. M. Jones was presented the con
solation trophy Mrs. H. C. Turner,
guest, also received a prize.
. The hostess served soft drinks
and salted peanuts after players
were seated and following progres
sions, lemon pie was served.
sonville Friday to accompany his
daughter, Miss Betty Edwards who
has accepted the position of Direo-,
tor of Religious Education at the
Presbyterian church there. -
Guests during the weekend in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Max
well included Mr. and Mrs. John-'
ny Watlington of Retdsville, Mrs.,
Walter Godwin and daughters, Bil
ly and Lela K. of Wilmington and
two children of Pink Hill,. Rt. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Gresham Turner
and daughters Lucy and Nancy
were guests of the Leslie Sermons
family at Ft. Barnwell Sunday aft
ernoon. . -".' i r- '.;.;,' ...
Miss Sarah Ann Maxwell of
Richmond, Va. spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Maxwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Kornegay
of Albertson announce the birth
of a daughter, Marilynn, January
18 at Wayne Memorial Hospital,
Mrs. Ellis Shepard
Honoring Mrs. Ellis Shepard on
her birthdav. Mr. and Mrs
Shepard and Mrs. Mavis Scott en
tertained St a Slirnrloo JilrthHotr tin
ner at the home of the honoree Fri
day, January 18, attending were
Mrs. Emma Williams. Mrs n
Rhodes, Mrs. Flavias Williamson
Mrs. Wilbur Rhodes, Mrs. Raleigh
Kennedy and daughter, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Piver.
' Corn fanners will need hybrids
that produce from six to 10 bushels
more per i acre than those now
grown, if present-day hybrid corn
is to meet the demands of tomor
row's population, a corn breeder
of the U. S. Department of Agri
culture saia recently. Since the
amount of land available for corn
production , lis limited, increased
production must come from larger
That the Pink Hill Presbyterian
Church organization through Its
representative Mrs. Floyd Heath
will take orders for flowers, for
V ' ' -
all ocasslons. Please call her at
217-2 Pink Hill.
MRS. M. M. THIGPEN
Beturille, N. C.
Ht preventative For
WARSAW N. C
Dr. And Mrs. Ruffin
While attending the Shriners
dance in New Bern last Thursday
night Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffin
had the misfortune of having their
Cadillac automobile stolen. It was
recovered, however, within a few
hours, parked - on another street,
and apparently was not damaged.
Mrs. Mittie Ruth Shiver of Al
bertson, Rt. 1 has accepted
employement in the office of W. H.
Jones and Co., in Pink Hill
Attending the Shriners conven
tion in New Bern last week Includ
ed Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffin, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Turner, Messrs George
and Harvey Turner, Jerry Smith,
Dr. H. A. Edwards Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Wiley, Mr. and. Mrs. Graham
Turner, Mis tfarcie Willimas, Mr;
and Mrs. Red Kornegay and Miss
Dr. D. W. Ruffni was In Rich
mond, Va. recently, on business.
Dr. H. A, Edwards was in Jack-
, ' FOB
l' nvDira tnnV
3 w. WORTH WW.
, ' , Kinston, XV. U. IHManMaMam! KINSTON, N. C.
DESKS, CHAIRS, FILING CABINETS
LEDGERS, BINDERS, SHEETS and INDEX
Johnll. Carter Compary
KINSTON, N. C
Beaaiu n ' ita riftt iMirfnrf : nt
sugar , and protein, dairy waste
may be a serious source of stream
Production of new farm equip
ment has been decllntmr ainra mid.
1661. , .
usjms es Mun-(MH
Turner & Turner
"We're Known By The Service We Give"
Mrs. Christine Williams. Office Mgr.
Phone 2836 Pink HW. N. C
L. C. Turner, Jr.
T. J. Turner
Used Tractors We Need Several Used
Tractors, Good Trade - In Now On New
JOHN DEERE Tractors and Equipment. Easy 0
O . Terms on Balance O
0 Limit 8 to Cust. Tall cans, 2 for ..
1-2 & 3 Drive-in
Kinston, N. C.
Popular Brands, ctn $1.59
Carnation or Pet Milk
SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO
O H. C. Dale, Mgr. Seven Springs, N. C. O
I M- I "V .. '
' I La P.
In Pin!( Hill .
2 100 Pure 5 Grain
Pf. 70 Rubbing Alcohol 13c
2 65c Bromo Quinine 45c S
ljc2i m lW cl
g 40c Vicks Salve 31c g
o ' ' - o
0 100 Acetidine 0
O n TLIs Jft w
o ra n lameis m o
o ... o
65c Alka Seltzer ...49c
O ' . ,,, ,0
o ti c ;Li !j; 1 A-i mi o
$1.25 Squibbs Mineral Oil 97c
Prices Good for 30 Days. Bring This Ad.
YOUR DOLLARS ADD UP
WHEN YOU DEPOSIT
Bank & Trust
Pink Hill Stores Close Thurs.
. ' BEGINNING JAN. 24th
The following stores in Pink Hill will close every Thursday afternoon at 1:00 P. M. until
the tobacco market opens:
W. H. JONES & CO. T. A. TURNER & CO.
, L. P. TYNDALL SONS C & M. CASH MARKET
-AJJ.Q. STORE FIRST CITIZENS BANK
-vrn""VO ,r ir f f H f iT f f fS. f f f Oi t
v , o J w " w v w J s s w w j v O w v
. v S W VV Vj. v s -' " -'