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a my obtain 24 was estimated, at 275 millio;
f sent There pounds. : . .
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lln. T. J. Turner and daughters
Marsha and Judy are spending this
week at the-- Turner Cottage at
Morehead,'-She was accompanied
by Mr. Turner ana Mr. ana Airs.
Earl Smith, who . spent the Week
end there. --,. . ,..i,
Mrs. David Green la visiting
her Daren ta at their home near
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to grow through dry spells no stunted growth, no luwdened jW
stalks, bo buttoning out. i jjM
WATEB keeps your fertiliser In action every day to give
you the crop of tobacco yon want eveijy year!
INCREASE YOUR YIELDS
INCREASE YOUR QUALITY
INCREASE YOUR PROFITS
DONT LET PBY WEATHER out Into your profits.
NOW for top quality Irrigation equipment In all sixes,
glneered free to fit your farm.
, . Kinston m
Miss CcSly Cray Villiamsa Is Wed To
Mr. Elvood Thigpen On Friday May 30
.Mr. Elwood Thigpen, son of Mr.
and ,Mrs. Merle Thigpen of Pink
HillRt 2 and Miss Betty Gray
Williamson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Flavers Williamson of Pink
Hill were married at the home of
Justice of the Peace John Shaw
in Richlands Friday, May 30. Mr.j
: The J. P. Williamson family wish
to thank their many friends for the
help and contributions during the
loss of their home and business by
fire on Wednesday, May 7th. Thank
you very much. - ', v
The Williamson family
Shaw performed the; ceremony.
The groom attended ' BeulavlUe
High School and served six months
with the,yjs. Army at Camp Stew
art, Ga, . ;Mrs.' 'Thigpen attended
Pink Hill , High School. The cou
ple will be at home in Pink Hill.
j 605 N. Heritage St
T. A. TURNER CO.
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Imagine... at this low price you get 7.1 cu. ft. of space, 13.9 sq. ft of
shelf area, in a deluxe new Kelvinator! Just look at these features! ,
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THERE K BETTER REFRIGERATOR . . .
Ruthle Turner of Kinston spent
Monday night with her grand
mother, Mrs. T.- A. Turner.
Misses Pegiy Jo Stroud and
Betty Jean Davis, students at the
Woman's College, Greensboro," have
returned home, j , v ,, i ' ; ; -
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Turner
and daughters visited the Bill Cal
vert family, at Tarboro on Sun
Mesdames Corbett Weston. Bill
Cade, Frank Wiley and 'Scotty'
Wiley, spent Thursday after noon
at Topsail. vj -,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Grady
and daughter, Pamela of New York,
Mrs. Editn Grady and Mr. and
Mrs. Durham Grady of Albertson
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Smith on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Godwin and
daughters Lela K. and 'Billie were
guests of the H. N. Haxwell fam
ily Sunday. 'Billie remained for
a weeks visit with her grand par
ents. -: v - '
- Mr. Willard Smith of Albertson
expects to leave Monday morning
with the group of farmers from
Duplin County for a tour of west
ern states which will take them
as far as St Louis, Mo.' The par
ty will arrive back in Kenansvlile
on Sunday June 15.
Mrs. Bill Cade of Lejeune is
spending some time with her par
ents in Pink Hill while her hus
band, assistant field director of the
American. Red Cross for this area
is on maneuvers with the Marines
on the island of Ciegues, off Puer
to Rico. ' Mr. Cade is serving as
St, representative of the Red Cross
on these maneuvers.
Mr. R. K. Smith has returned,
via Eastern Airlines, to Miami.
Fla. following a few days vsiit
with relatives at Pink Hill. He is
a member of the office force of
Home-Wilson, Inc., in Miami, which
is a branch of the firm located in
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper J. Smith
left early Wednesday for Waco,
Texas to visit their daughter,, Mrs.
Charles Saunders and Mr. Saun
ders. They expect to be met there
by their son, Mr. Howard Smith,
who is with the U. S. Army station
ed at Camp Polk, La. ,
.Mr. and Mrs. Layton Cochran
of i Robersonville spent the week
end with Mrs. Cochran's parents,
Mr and Mrs. Alvln Kornegay, hav
ing attended the Taylor -Whaley
wedding at Charity on, Saturday,
jars. N. C. Davis, Mrs. - W. G.
Kornegay and Miss Bessie ' Kor
negay spent Sunday with the Her
man Fussell family in Rose HiU
Mrs. Thad Korneaav. Miss Bes
sie Kornegay and iZ G. Kornegay
were recent Durham visitors.
Miss Marianna Grady. Mrs. Ed
Fordham and Miss Bessie Korne
gay of the B. F. Grady community
left Monday for Greenville to at
tend summer school, at E. C. Col-
A Joint meeting of" the Presby
terian young people of the . Pink
Hill group of churches was held
at the Presbyterian Church In Pink
mil at 0 p.m. Sunday. Rev. N, e.
Farrlor conducted the Bible study.
A. picnic supper was served,
Bridge Hostess :.
' Mrs. Lynwood Turner, Mrs. Al
ton Tyndall and Mrs. Horace Tyn-
dall compiled high, i second high
and lok scores, respectively, when
Mrs. T. A. Turner entertained her
bridge club at her home in Pink
Hill Wednesday, r .
, The home was decorated for the
occasion, with a profusion of sum
mer nowers. ,. ,
The hostess served banana splits.
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A barbecue chicken supper ser
ved by the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post No. 9514 on Friday night
was a decided success in spite of
the heavy rain .which fell in the
Pink Hill vicinity Friday after
noon. Proceeds went to benefit a
V.F.W. cause. ;
The Lenoir County Home Dem
onstration club women and the
4H girls staged their annual dress
revue at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Lewis school auditorium in Kin
ston. ' Serving as narrators for the
occasion were Miss Glenda Noble
of Deep Run and Mrs . Xelghton
Turner of Pink Hill. ,
Rangy. Rlan 'Suifs Small Lot
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' This home is low and rangy in
the best contemporary style, out
it is nevertheless well suited, to a
city lot as narrow as 45 feet It is
Plan 303-C of Walter T. Anicka,
architect, 617 Forest, Ann Arbor,
The exceptional adaptability of
tne dwelling was acmevea oy ae
signipg. it to run lengthwise on
the lot instead of crosswise. The
saraea is at the front - "
The architect selected materials
for the exterior that are economi
cal. both in initial cost and main'
tenance. Asohalt shineles are rec
ommended for the roof. Sidewalls
are of waterproofed cinder block.
and the contrasting nrepiace wait
isoi cinaer nricK.
Asphalt shingles are available
In a great variety of professionally
selected solid and blended colors,
giving opportunity for expression
it individual taste. Ihe sparkling
white sidewalls supply pleasing
sontrast Both exterior materials
are fire-resistant virtually a ne
cessity in modern construction.
The interior is arranged around
a central reception hall paneled in
easy-to-clean hardwood veneers.
The inside fireplace wall is pan
eled to match the reception hall,
repeating the warmth and friend
liness of natural wood grain. The
wood grain motif is continued in
all three bedrooms, where sliding
closet doors are of hardwood plywood-
with attractively figured
face veneers. !
Floor area is 1.250 sauare feet
a figure useful in estimating con
(Detailed buildinr plans art
available from Walter t. Anicka,
617 - Forest Ann . A bo Mich.
Refer to Plan 3U CJ , ,
rf -i'ii-rtr-tirrirtii itfiirr.mi . namr" mum inniin
qulrementS for corn, barley, oats,
grain sorghums, rye, soybeans, and
wheat 7 Factors covered Include
minimum weight test per bushel.
moisture percentage, damaged ker
nels, ana xoreign material. '
QUESTION: Where can I get in
formation . on grading of small
grain for market purposes?
ANSWER: The U. S. Department
of Agriculture has prepared a se
ries of 10 charts covering grade re-
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f The condltldn f Glenn Sicoltri
Sr, at B. . F. Grady School Vho
was taken suddenly 111 while on a
signt seeing trip to Washington ' D.
C, recently, Is improving steadily.
He has been allowed to' walk
around a little. His mother Mrs.
Bryant Smith, Sr., who was at his
bedside became ill also and had to
return home, but others from the
Grady community have taken "her
place mere and it is hoped that he
wiu return nome at an early date.
Thursday morning of last week
neighbors and friends of the fam
ily met at the Smith farm and with
tractors and other fanning imole-
ments, cleaned all the crops:? Just
goes to snow mat a mend in' need,
is a friend indeed. ,.- A i
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THEN LET KTJT.KWICK J0NIOR PASTURE
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by cutting GROUND LEVEL stumps, trees and
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Also sprays cattle, and paint mows lawn. Don't
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While on a visit with Kap hni:
band's parents! Mr. and Mm. Doiier
taae at isufaula. Ala., recentlv
Mrs. Bill Cade was he honor guest
ai a oeugnuui cold drink party,
given by her sister-in-law. ; Mrr.
Cade, at her home there.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Balrd and
sons of Raleigh, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Southerland, Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Carr and Mrs. W. M. Rlvenbark
of Wallace and Mr. and Mrs.: An
drew Patterson of Kenansvlile were
Sunday guests of Mr. andMrt.
W. J. Smith. -
Mr. and Mrs. L H Turner, Becky
and L. H. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Davis, Miss Betty Jean Davis and
Mr and Mrs. Seth King spent the
week end at the Turner cottage at
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PLACE TOUR ORDER NOW AS PRICES, MAY CHANGE.
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