lhe bride u a high school
graduate and attended business col
lege. ' She has been employed by
Neil Joseph Co. of Goldsboro for
A Joint meeting; of the Veterans
of Foreign-Wars and Auxiliaries, of
the 2nd District, will be held at
the Pink Hill Post on Sunday af
ternoon. May 18, Department Jun
ior Cice Commander Forrest Dun
,tant of Elizabeth City is expected
to attend. District officers will be
elected and Installed at this meet
ing. Supper will be served in the
cafeteria of the Pink Hill High
School at 9:30 pin. Posts repre
sented will Include Goldeboro, Kin
stem, LaGrange, Greenville, Famv
" ' I m m
t- wiy i.jy
.1 ' '
vllle, Washington and Pink Hill.
jasper u. Tynaau or me rvox tim
Post is district commander.
; ' Personals
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruffln and
Winnie and Jane Ruffln spent the
week end at their summer borne at
Topsail. , , t
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tyndall were
at their cottage at Carolina Beach
for the week end.. - , . ..'
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H, Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Holden attended an
automobile dealers convention at
Pinehurst recently. .-, .
Mr. and Mrs, Graham Turner
and daughters visited the Joe Cal
vert family at Tarboro recently.
Mrs. Thad Kornegay, L. G. Kor
negay and Miss Lula Tyndall vlsit-
id relatives at Warsaw Saturday.
Mr, and Mrs. Hobgood of Ox
ford were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Turner for the week end.
er Miss Elizabeth Small, came re
cently from New York to visit rela
tives. 'r.i ': v !.---- i 'rt.-.-
Mrs. Horace G. Tyndall has re
turned from a visit with her daugh
ter. Miss Wanda Tyndall in New
York. ' ' -
Torn Davis Is .
Tom Davis1 of Pink Hill and H.
F. Grady of Klnston have been
named co-managers of the Ollve-
for-Governor campaign in Lenoir
County, according to a report.
Mrs. Helen Turner
Gets Bridge HiglilJ
' Mrs! J.'M. Jones entertained her
regular- Wednesday afternoon
bridge club at her home in Pink
Hill Wednesday.. Mrs. Helen Tur
ner was high score for members,
Mrs. T. A. Turner scored next for
second high and Mrs. Jasper Smith
won the consolation trophy. The
hostess served a delicious salad
plate with iced drinks.
Pin!i Mill And Lenori Cc-jnly Precinct
Meeting Will Be Held May 18th
. Precinct meetings of the Demo-iVerdle Noble, R. E. Hicks, vice-
cratlc Party in Lenoir County will chairman; Secretary Annie Noble;
be conducted at Z p.m. Saturday, Aubrey smith and Cameron How
May. 10 at the 17 city and county ard. . ;,fv
polling places, Chairman Meri-I The fottoWmg are serving in
wether Lewis of the county Demo-1 Pink Hill, No, 2 Chairman Whit
cratic executive committee has an- ford Hill; Mrs. W. H. Jones, Vies
nounced. Precinct committee mem-. Chairman; Mrs. T. A. Turner, Sec
bers now serving w Pink HiU retaiy; Ti J. Turner. ,
townships No. 1 are: Chairman1 ' -
m REGISTER OF DEEDS
I I f
Continue An Efficient
Courteous Register Of
Deeds Office by Cast-
ing Tour Vote For ;
.:. o;..b-n;:i nr. mmns ,:
Experienced RECORDER and BOOKKEEPER
A- Free From Alignment With Any Group
- The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Shepard of Pink Hill is cri
tically ill at Duke Hospital In Dur
ham. He Is under quarantine, and
the parents are not allowed to visit
the sick room' at the present tune,
Enjoy, Beach Party
The seniors of the Pink Hill
High School and their dates, were'
most graciously entertained, by a
member of the class. Miss Lou
Ann Davis at the L. H. Turner sum
mer home on Topsail beach over the
week end. Chaperoning the group
were Miss Davis' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter ' Davis , and Mr .and
Mrs. Walter Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
David Green of the faculty.
QUESTION: Hutiie New Ramp-1 way to control Fusarium and bac-
shlre midget watermelon been tried t terial wilt in tomatoes?
in North Carolina? i ANSWER: - The only practical
answjui: rnis, variety, aions control lor rusarium wut ac-
wlth about 16 others, will be in- cording to D. E. Ellis, plant di-
cluded in test plantings this year
at the Coastal Plain Vegetable Re
search Farm at Faison. The plan
tings will includ ; some vareities
and breeding lines that are resis
tant to wilt and anthracnose, as
well as the seedless watermelon
sease investigator with the North
Carolina Experiment Station, is to
plant resistant varieties. Several
varieties usually listed as wilt
resistant are Pan American, South
land, and the new variety, Jeffer
son. .For the control of bacterial
that has been rather widely pub- wilt, the only practical method is
QUESTION: What varieties of
grain sorghums are recommended
for planting, In North Carolina?
ANSWER. Preliminary teste by
the North . Carolina Experiment
Station have shown that Wheatland er?
Plainsman, and Martin Combine ANSWER:
to plant tn disease-tree soil, prac
tice crop rotation, or treat the soli
with certain cnenucais such as
cbloropicrln and urea.
QUESTION: How can egg qual
ity be maintained in warm weath-
One good way to
milo give good yields in the Coastal I help solve the problem, says Poul-
Plaln and Piedmont sections of the try Specialists T. B. Morris of the
State. Bonlta, which is also a low
growing type, has some chinch-bug
resistance. Hegarl gives high
yields but grows five to six feet tall
and is almost impossible to com
bine. Imperial Kafir is good to
Rachel King Has
FOR YOUR TOBACCO
J. LSuflooj Jr.
104 W . GORDON ST.
The Fred M. Taylor Agency Kinston
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Mrs. Christine Williams Office Mgr.
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L. C Taraer. Jr.
T. J. Twssr
, Miss Rachel King was honored
on. her 15th birthday Wednasday
evening,' April 30, by her mother,
Mrs. R. L. King, at a party at the
VJ.W. Fast home In Pink Bill.
A three -tiered cakfr centered the
uuu ana 'a cuiur- fcuenn vl num.
and white was used Mrs. King was
assisted by Mrs. Robert Summer-
lln in serving cake, ice cream.
drinks and .candy. ' Dancing high
lighted the entertainment for the
evening...- The following guests at
tended. Becky ; Turner, , Winnie
Ruff in, Frances Howard. Jackie
Perkins, Russell Bostic, Norma Ray
Stroud, Pauline ana Christine Sum
merlin, Bobby and Cecil Howard,
Jimmy Williams, Joyce Sanderson,
Tom Heath ana ciinon Tyndall.
On Deans list 3
Among those 'making: the deans
list at East Carolina College.
Greenville, for the past quarter,
Included Keith Goodson, freshman,
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Goodson of Mt OUve, RJFJ. He
is a 1851 graduate of Goldsboro
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QUESTION: .When should pox
vaccination be given to chickens? '
ANSWER: Chickens should be
vaccinated with chicken pox virus
between the ages of eight and 14
weeks. During this Job when the
chicks are .moved from brooder
house to range saves one handling! perature around
of the birds.
State College Extension Service, is
to collect eggs often. This will
help prevent loss in quality as well
as soiling and breakage. Morris
says collecting should be done at
least three times and preferably
five times a day in warm weath
er. ' A wire basket should be used,
to allow beter air circulation so the
eggs will cool as quickly as pos
sible. The more quickly eggs are
cooled after they are laid, the bet
ter the quality wil be. Another
factor that is important in re
good holding room, with the tern-
50 degrees and
What Is the best cent.
about 85 per
Predict Highway Accidents To Kill And
Maim More People This Year Than Last
Jlaleigh 'Unless we do some
thing - and do it quick acci
dents on the highways of North
Carolina are going to kill and
maim more people than last year,"
Commissioner of Motor Vehicles
of Motor' Vehicles L. C. Rosser
"You don't have to look into a
crystall ball to figure this out,"
he said. "All you have to do is
look at North Carolina's accident
record this year.;' ' . . . ; .
' The Commissioner was referlng
to the daily fatality and injury sta
-tlstics collected by the Highway
Patrol's radio system. i
"About two weeks ago,'' the
Commissioner stated, "deaths aad
injuries from traffic accidents
were rurinlng encouragingly be
hind last year. Everyone of us
in the Department of Motor Ve
hicles rejoiced at this' downward
trend. 1 However, recently fatali
ties have begun to edge upward
until now they are out In xront ox
last year's record.
"Irs going to take oeternunaaon
and' caution like we've never be
fore practiced to push fatalities
back down," the Commissioner
said. . . --avV.
The state suffered 1,071 traffic
sags) Sbhool, where be won a
scholarship in his senior year.
About 30 eighth grade pupus ox
Pink Hill School spent , Thursday
in Raleigh. They went by bus and
were accompanied oy ' .principal
Frank Wiley, Charles Garrett and I
Mrs. L. H. Turner..
deaths and 19,123 Injuries last
year. Rosser pointed out.
"That was an average of 89 lives
a month snuffed out by careless
ness on the highways," he said.
"A tragic price to pay for the con
venience of the automobile. And
unless we do something about it
now. it's going to be worse this
The Commissioner suggested that
the motoring public adopt a per
sonal responsibility to help stop
. "Enforcement and education
alone cannot do the Job," he said.
"Drivers and pedestrians must re
alize that safety on the nlgnways
is an individual responsibility. We
must stop trying to put the blame
"on the other fellow." Whenever
we drive we ought to be- certain
our car is mechanically sound. We
should obey traffic signs impli
citly and always yield the right
of-way regardless of who's right
or wrong. With the vacation sea
son coming up soon we must all
drive with more caution, courtesy
and common sense. In doing so we
may be able to slow down our in
creasing death rate before it's too
DR. H. W. COLWELL
Wallace, North Carolina
Office Phone: 2051 Residence: 3446
Injured In Fall
Betty Smith, four year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Smith.
Smith Township, was painfully
hurt Thursday when she fell from
s pile of lumber and sustained a
bad fracture of the left arm. The
fracture was so severe that an op
eration had to be performed before
the arm coma ne set. sne is at
the Parrott Hospital in Klnston
The marriage of Miss Hazel Kor
negay, dbughter of Mrs. Mable T.
Kornegay and the late Mr. Kor
negay of Goldsboro to -Raymond
Grady, son of the late Frederick
Grady and Mrs. Edith Grady of
Albertson was solemnized Tuesday
afternoon, April 22 at 8 o'clock In
the Pleasant View Presbyterian
church with the Rev. N. P. Far
rior officiating in the presence of
close relatives of the couple.
.The wedding music was played
by Mrs. Ruth Townsend pianist.
An arrangement of pine, fern
and white spiria provided the
background for the ring ceremony.
The bride was attired in a love
ly brown two piece suit with beige
accessories 1:nd a corsage of tallis-
Cuu ' a i . ,
of a mi-rc ....e t -....its on i.t. 1,
Seven Springs wtiere the coui.l
will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grady, enter-
iveral years. . f jj Jtained at dinner for the bride
Mr. Grady was a graduate of B. I and groom at their home after the
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'Farm people now make up one-
seventh of the total population, if
the present trend away from the
farm continue at its present rate,
the percentage will be reduced to
only one-tenth by the year 1S79.
Aromatic tobacco growers who
change to beat curing can make
other users of their barns and heat
ing units after the tobacco has been
Atlantic alf:lfa, developed at the
New Jersey Agricultural Experi
ment Station, was released in 1942.
In 10 years of widespread testing,
it has given superior yields in tests
In 30 states and three Canadian
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DR. VIIISTOII RUFFIII
Pink Hill, N. C.
The Opening Of Offices For The Treatment Of
Diseases Of The
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Hours By Appointment
For COUNTY COMMISSIONER
MMMMMMMi "t II I I
I am a candidate for com
missioner from Albertson,
GUsson, Smith and Wolfe
scrap Townships because I
want to represent the people
in this district. I feel it is
time that the eastern section
of the district had i
mission er. We have not had
one since the district was
formed. I have made no align
ment or agreement with any
Individual or groups and ana
bound to no one In the coun
ty but the people of say dis
trict. Tew vote and support
will bo appreciated.
Past Commander American Legion Post No. 379
Albertson, N. C.
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