TEE DITLIX Ti:.:Z3, 1ZVZZDAY, I-UAY 7, 1
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end Mrs. Davis
Have Turkey Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Hess Davis .enter
tained the following at a turkey
, dinner, at their home on Albertson,
Route 1 Saturday evening. Mr
and Mrs. Roger Allison and two
children of Kinston,; Mr. and Mrs.
Dempsey Smith and sons and Mr.
nd Mrs. Jones Smith and Mr.
Elbert Smith of 'Pink Hill. : vi w
Gardens Kinston, '
, ' Announce ' :
That the Pink H'll Presbyterian
Church organization through Its
representative Mrs. Floyd Heath1
will take orders for flowers, for
all ocasslons. Please call her at
217-2 Pink HUL
t. VZPAIB. SHOP
ft 111 W. XOSTH ST.
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-Mrs Helen Turner and Mrs. John
O'Connor land son have returned
from a visit with relatives ia Char
lotte. -v-u :: X-i,. .
vMiss Peggy Jo "Stroud," student
at the Woman's College, Greens
boro, who has been' visiting Miss
Frances Quinn in Cameron Village
Raleigh, has arrived to spend the
remainder of the spring holidays
with her father, Mr. Lonnie Stroud.
" Attending r a performance , of
Grass Boots at Kenan Stadium in
Kenansville Wednesday night in
cluded Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwards
and Miss Betty Edwards of Pink
- MrWallace Williams of Smith
field nd Mrs. Floyd Price of Selma
V:sated .relatives in . Pink Hill ou
Friday,';"- Jt v'r,:'4;;.:v ; , .- ,
' Miss Veire 'Maxwell of Huron,
5. D, ls visiting relatives in the
vic'nity of 'Pink Hill. r-
Mi-., and Mrs. Herald Latham
have recently moved to Norfolk,
Va. from Charlotte. Mrs. Latham
is the former Miss Emileigh Max
well of Pink Hill. . .
St. : Alfred Wells, student at
Davidson College spent the week
end with his parents, Prin. and
Mis. H. M Weils at Grady.
Mies Ruth Taylor of the Grady
faculty had aa her guest, at the
weekend, her mother Mrs. Taylor
sff Greenville who came to attend
the opera at Kenan Stadium audi
u"iiim in Kenansville Friday night.
ful tea at the V.F.W. Post Home in
Pink HiU Friday from 3:30 to 5:30
p.m. Mrs. Stroud was presented a
corsage of white carnations - Miss
Peggy Jo Stroud introduced guests
to the bonoree on arrival, and Mrs.
Frederick Simpson presided at the
brides table, which was centered
with' a: five (branched silver can
delabra, decorated with white car
nations and green and white' rib
bon. Lime ice opened faced sand
wiches . bridal cakes and salted
nuts were served. , .
of the B. F Grady Dist with their
parents, plan to attend church ser
vices in a (body at the Smith Pres
byterian Church next Sunday, Feb
ruary 10, Rev. N. P. Farrier, pastor
of the- church will preach' at that
time. 'The public is invited to at
tend this-service. . - ,-.
Scout Pack Holds
The January Scout Pack meeting
was held on Wednesday night Jan
uary 30, at the home of Mr. .and
Mrs. Dempsey Smith arrow point
awards were presented to Robert
Smith and L. G. Simmons. Plans
were made for the celebration of
National Scout week and for the
annual blue and gold .banquet to nf hiihr ortnpaHnn
Maxwell Air : Force Ease, Ala
bama WAF T-Sgt. Ernestine Mer-.
cer, daughter of Mr. and Mm V
Lee Turrentine, Kinston N. C, was
promoted recently from her former
rank of staff sergeant.
Sergeant Mercer is assigned duty
as first sergeant for the 3 8th
WAF Squadron, Maxwell Air Force
Previous to her present duty,
Sergeant Mercer was assigned in
the capacity of recruiting sergeant
at Greenville, S. C., from February,
1949 until March, 1951.
Maxwell is the headquarters of
Air University, the Air Force's
Bride At Tea
ibe held the last Wednesday night in
February .i ; .
February 6 through 12, being
annual Scout week, a display uf
the scouts work will be shown
in the window of Brewer Drug
Company in Pink Hill during that
Mrs. Leroy Simmons will be Most
ess to a den meeting' Wednesday
night of this week, at her home.
The weather having been so cold
recently, it hasi been decided to
hold the meettings, for a while in
the homes instead of at the hut
KINSTON, N. C.
Honoring Mrs. Haywood Stroud,
recent bride, Mesdames Frederick
Simpson, WWtford Hill and Hugh
C. Turner entertained at a . delight- I Members of . Scout Troop No, 40
To Attend Church
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WITH THE PRESENT HIGH COST OF HOSPITALIZATION, CAN YOU
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" Coverage Begins The Day You Enter The Hospital.
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. All kinds of Insurance, Pink Hill, II. C.
THE STATE HOSPITAL ASSN., INC.
Miss Mercer is a sister of Mrs.
J. B Stroud of Kenansville.
Bridge Hostess .
Mrs. Horace G. Tyndall was hos
tess to a regular meeting of the
Wednesday afternoon bridge club
at her home In Pink Hill recently.
Mrs. J. M. Jones received club
members- high score prize.
The hostess served a sweet
Earf Chronic Doting I Rogoin Normal
Ragvlarily This AN-Vagetabk) Woyl
Taking hush drags for constipation cm
punish Ton brataUyt Their cramps and
griping disrupt normal bowel action,
make yea feel ia need of repeated dosing.
get gmth but Sim relief. Take Dr. Cald
wdl's Senna Laxative contained in Syrup
Pepsin. It's nil-ftgetahlt. Nosalts, no harsh
drags. Dr. Caldwell's contains an extract
nf Smm. oldaat and one of the finest
gwom laxatives known to medicine, ...
Dr. Caldwell s Senna Laxaave tints
good, acts mildly, brings thorough relief
ttmfifUth. Helps you get regular, ends
chronic doting. Even relieves stomach
sourness that constipation often brings.
If not MrtU4
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Boy Scout Troop No. 40 with
their scout master, Mr. Rufus
Swain csmped at Tuscarora ovei
cbe' weclrend. Nineteen scouts at
t. tuled and reported a most en
Leads Dimes Drive
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Mr. Garrett's home room at the
Pink Hill school led other rcoms in
the Match of Dimes campaign with
a collection of slightly over $60.00
when the campaign came to a close
At a turkey dinner meeting of
the Duplin County Shrine Club
held at the American Legion home
in Wallace recently, Mr. Jim H.
Byrd , of . Albertson was named
treasurer trf the organization. Earl :
Whltaker was elected president of 1
! the club. ,
Be Ready For
1952 Blue Mold
Blue mold was found on a tobac
co bed in Cook County, Georgia,
January 22. This is ons of the
earliest dates that blue mold has
made it's appearance in the flue
lured tobacco belt. The winter
in eastern North Carolina during
recent weeks has been periodically
warm with foggy mornings which Is
favorable for the development and
spread of the blue mold disease.
L. F. Weeks, County Agent, urges
Duplin County Farmers to get their
sprayers and dusters in good work
ing conditions and a supply of blue
mold chemicals on hand so that
they will be ready to start treating
when the time comes.
"1 selected Mr. HigginsHo man
age my campaign lor the Demo
cratic nomination as Governor of
North Carolina because of his out
standing ability, knowledge of the
political life of North Carolina,
i,e character, and splendid qual
if es of leacership," Mr. Umstead
said in cor.nect.on with his an
nounceoiLiii. Campaign Manager :::gg:ns said
that Headquarters will be opened
at Ealeigh soon, and that "feeling
as I do that JWr. Umstead should
be our next Governor, for many
reasons, I count, it my duty to
answer the call to manage his cam
paign." He added: '.He and I
iiave beon close personal friends
since school days. If I can be he'p
ful in securing his nomination for
Governor I shall feel that I have
made a substantial contribution to
the welfare of the State of North
Carolina". Both Mr. Umstead and
Mr. Higgins said that the campaign
seeking Mr. Umstead's nomination
would be a vigorous one, conducted
on a high plane.
will be the first national hog show
and sale ever held in North Caro
lina. Meat. production under Federal
Inspection for the week ended Jan
uary 19 was estimated at 363
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Durham, N. C, Feb. 5 Carlisle
W. Higgins, an attorney of Wln-ston-Salem,
will manage the guber
natorial campaign of William B.
'Umstead, the candidate announced
Mr. Higgins, a former United
States Attorney, directed the prose
cue Ion of major Japanese war crim
inals, served as a North Carolina
legislator, and has long .been ac
tive in North Carolina politics. He
was born and reared in Alleghany
The National Tamworih Swine
Show and Sale will be held in
Winston-Salem on October 3-4. This
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