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Power Co. Contest
Tli AU,M' fjt p4nV Mill liavin rnnm
tered the 'Tmer Carolina" contest,
put on by Carolina Power and
Light recently, jut named the fol-
lowing steering commiuee to car
ry out the work. Dr. H. A. Edwards,
T. J. Turner, John E. Johnson, L.
C. Turner, . Dr. J. S. Bower and
J. M. Jones. , Co-ordinated under
the steering committee are. these
other committees: lira, J. M. Jones
and Dr. Bower, dean up and Beau
tif Ication: -' Mrs. L. H. Turner and
Jack Worley, garbage pick-up and
disposal. . Narcie Williams and
Chris Coombs, safety; Mrs. J.; K.
Smith and Graham Turner, re
creation and Youth and Dr. and
Mrs. Bower, Medical Clinic. Mrs.
H. E. Maxwell and L. C. Turner
are handling publicity for the cam
Business Men's Club He:rCcndidale For
Congress Af Annual Ledies Night Meet
I. H. Foimtlan of Tarboro, can
didate for Congress from the Sec
ond District was guest speaker at
the regular annual Ladies Night
meeting of the Pink Hill business
men's club at the VFW hut Monday
night j Stressing the danger of
too . much centralization of gov
ernment, Mr. Fountain said the
greatest assurance of a vanishing
democracy is the present trend of
the voters to stay away from the
poles. He said, "We are encased
in a deadly contest over the inte
grity of the individual versus the
integrity of the state, whether the
philosophy of Jesus Christ or the
Conder J. King
. Funeral services for Conder Je
rome King, 63, were held at King's
Methodist church Thursday after
noon at S o'clock, with interment
in we family cemetery. The Rev,
philosophy of Marx. Lenin and St.. I Dennis Kinlaw officiated
lin hall prevail." I Mr. King died at his home in Ca-
fresident Billy Brewer presided wso ruesoay mgni, April sand.
and the speaker was introduced by
Mr. I. H. Turner. Rev. N. P. Far
rier offered the InVpcation.
' Mayor Chris Coombs has been
named Pink Hill committee repre
sentative for the mass X-ray sur
vey planned In Lenoir and Jones
Counties May 24-JuIy 12, according
to Health officer R. J. Jones of
The " senior . class of Pink Hill
School returned Sunday from a
sight seeing trip to Washington,
D. C. They are James Howard.
John Robert Spenge, Harold John
son, B1U Zaok Williams, Elbert
Smith, Lou Ann Davis, Lottie Belle
Malpass, Lois Blizzard, Katherine
HilL Marietta Quinn and Effle Nan
Harper, Prfn. and Mrs. Frank
Wiley and William Blizzard accom
panied the group.
Pink Hill Girl
Hew FFA Officer
' Lou Ella Smith of Pink Hill was
installed as vice president of the
Future Home Makers of America,
comprising chapters in Lenoir and
Greene Counties, at a rally at the
Cliffs of the Neuse on Wednesday
afternoon. Miss smnn.,; succeed
ed Shirley Shiver wtof was made
president, '. p.' t.Si-'-T:
Vhifford' Hill In
ter 1 Omonths of combat.
I Private Copeland, a rifleman in
'Company I of the 21st Infantry
negunerc, receivea nis oasic train
ing at Camp Breckrinridge, Ky.,
and arrived in the Far East in Feb
He attended Carver High School,
Mount Olive, and was employed by
the Union Bus Station before en
tering the Army In May 1951.
The condition of Whitford Hill
Of Pink Hill chairman of the Le
noir County Production and Mar
keting Administration, is described
as fair at Memorial General Hos
pital in Klnston,
where he is a
Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Mar
tha King; one daughter, Mrs. John
C. Noland, route 3, Clinton; three
sons, Claxton and Harvey, both of
uaiypso ,ana William of Clinton;
tnree sisters, jura, jwrreat 'William'
son, Calypso, Mrs. J. B. Vernon
ana Mrs. E. L. Vernon, both of
near Mount uiive; one brother, Al
len S. King, of Selma.
Dennis D. Ramsey
xrennis u. itamsey, age 03, re
tired employee of the Maintainance
and Ways Department of the Nor
folk and Southern Railroad died
hiiurdav mornln mt Mi Win
bis son Dennia Wl Ranuev in Kntt
ma after a weeks serious illness.
Funeral services nrj KM Sun
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the
Rose Hill Methodist Church bv
Rev. W. B. Cotton, pastor, assisted
ay nev. i. v. use pastor ot toe
Rose Hill Baptist Church. Burial
followed in the famllv nls In
City Cemetery at Wenk1L
ue curvivea by lus wife, the
luroKer Laura Jane mi.w o
alow County, two sons Rerbert W.
Ramsey of Petersburg, Fla. and
Dennis W. Ramsey of Rose U1L
five graadchUdren. .
Several sheep shearing school
for 4-H Ch members are being
held in North Carolina this spring.
The number of farm tenants la
North Carolina ha sbeen decreas
ing during the last 20 years.
Legislative Bills Affecting Agriculture
Dr' and Mrs. D. W. Ruff in and
Jan Ruffln visited relatives In
Gajbesviiie, Powellsville and Ahos
ke on Sunday.
Kenneth Maxwell, student at
State College Raleigh was at his
home here at the week end to be
at the bed side of his mother, Mrs.
e. if. Maxwell who is critically ill.
She has been, removed to a Kin
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Edwarde and
Mr. and Mrs., J. K. Smith and
we nave a complete une
of New Spinets & Used practice
Mesdames W H. Jones and J.
T. Spense have returned from
Asheville where they attended a
district meeting of the P.T.A.
Held By Young Folk
i The following enjoyed a get-together
party at the home of "Bec
ky" Turner in Pink Hill Thursday
night. Joyce Sanderson, Rachel
King, Winnie Ruffin, Jackie Per
kins. Cecil Howard, Clifton Tyn-
dali and Russell uostic. uuests
enjoyed a welner roast after which
The 11th grade mothers of Pink
Hill school and the class advisor,
Mrs. David Green, will entertain
at a party at the V.F.W. hut Fri
(as of April 22. 1952)
Appropriations: House has pass
ed all appropriations bills except
Mutual' Security and Department
of Agriculture. Budget requests
cut about 10 per cent. Senate Sub
committee hearings on agriculture
Defense Production Act Exten
sion. Senate hearings completed.
Senate Banking and Currency Com
mittee considering extension of
bill in executive session. House
Committee to begin hearings late
this month. The Farm Bureau
Transportation Legislation: Nu
merous bills pending. Substitute
bill introduced to restrict author
ity of Interstate Commerce Com
mission to limit leasing of motor
Fair Trade Legislation: House
bill reported. Consideration rests
in hands of leadership.
Parity Price Revision and High
Mandatory Price Supports: The
Farm Bureau appeared last Friday
before Senate Agriculture Sub
committee to oppose (1) bill to re
quire use of old parity formula in
effect prior to Agriculture Act of
isro: wi mil to set mandatory
price supports at 100 per cent of
parity; (3) bill to set mnadatorv
price supports at 90 per cent of
parity. Farm Bureau flavors flexi
ble supports of Act of 1949.
&oii conservation and Domestic
All Pianos Completely Guaranteed
JOHIISOII PIANO CO.
& I 133 W. North St Dial 3584 Kinston
Mr. and Mrs. Raeford Jones of
Pmk Hill. Rt. 1 have announced
the birth of a son in a Kinston hos
pital, April 22.
HotpoW. offer ysjtj coaven Hot point's currentooserWng
J r.ZZ-1 C2 IZVZ-- nced 14, table-top height, : year protection plan. Come
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daughter went to Kenansvllle
Tuesday to attend funeral services
for Dr. Edwards brother, Mr. Mar
vin Edwards, who 'died there after
a long Illness.
'Neil Jones, student at Wake For
est, spent the week end at bis home
Mrs. Jasper Tyndall and daught
er have returned from a visit with
Mrs. Tyndall's parents at South
Mesdames J. K. Southerland,
Raymond Turner and Paul Grady
have been visiting the Melvin fam
ily in Gastonla.
; Miss Miriam Smith of the school
faculty was called home to Ay den
recently, because of the death of
her grandmother .
Mrs. Horace G. Tyndall left
Wednesday for Hew York to visit
her daughter, Miss Wanda Tyndall,
Miss Thelma Hlnson of the Pink
Hill school faculty has been 111
with measles at her home In White
ville. Young James Willard Smith has
returned to his home in Rollo, Mo.,
following a stay of several weeks
with his grand parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jones Smith. -,..,. .-m 'i--.,-,
Mr, and Mrs. Herman Fussell
and daughters Clara, . Susan and
Peggy of Rose Hill were recent
guests of Mrs. N. C. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Lavton Cochran of
Robersonville spent Sunday with
Mrs. uoenran's parents, Mr. and
mrs. uvin Kornegay. ;;.
On Honshu Island
WITH THE 24th TNWAVTUV
DIV IM JAPAN Pvt Tlannl. ry
cooeiand. son of Mr. and Mn nn
Copeland, Route 1,' Mount Olive,
is serving witn me oatue-soarred
24th Infantry Division on Honshu,
the orlncl-nal JanjinMu Iimu IoIa.
'His unit, the Mat Amartoaw rfiml
lsion to see action to Korea, arrlv-
ea in 4,pan m eariy jreoruary af'
610. P. PniDCEfl
Allotments Act Extension: Two
year extension without changes
passed by Senate. Pending in
House Agriculture Committee.
Farm Bankruptcy Act. S. 25 (In
nature of a substitute) passed by
Senate and. pending in House Ju
Extension Service Bills: The
Farm Bureau supports passage of
measure to (1) restore cuts re
quired by application of 1960 cen
sus figures to formula for distri
bution of extension funds to the
states and (2) provide "open end"
authorization for additional funds
as provided by Appropriations
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I am a candidate for
mlaaleiier fnom Albertson,
Gllsson, Smith and Wolfe
scrape Townships because I
want to represent the people
in this district. I feel It Is
time that the eastern section
of the district had a com
missioner. We have not had
one since the district was
formed. I have made no align
ment or arreement with any
individual or groups and am
bound to no one in the coun
ty but the people of my dis
trict. Tour vote and support
will be appreciated.
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Past Commander American Legion Post No. 379
Albertson, N. C.
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Pink Hill, N. C.
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