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Letying at' the week end for
'Statesboro, Ga to be on the tobacco-
market included the follow
ing from Pink Hill. Messrs. L. H.
Turner, H. G. Turner, Bobby Hicks
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and Frank Mincey. Mr. L. H. Tur
ner and children 'Becky and L. H.
Jr., also accompanied ? them to
Statesboro. '.; ',
Mr, and Mrs. Buster Smith of
Baltimore have returned home fol
lowing a few days visit with Mr.
Smiths mother, Mrs. Lizzie Smith
and other relatives.
Mr. Bob Holt is vacationing this
week in the mountains of western
North Carolina. , : ,
Mr. and Mr. Walter Goodwin
and daughters, BiUle and Lela of
Wilmington spent the' week end
with Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Maxwell
at Maxwell's Mill.
Mr. and Mr. Morris Maxwell and
family of Cincinnati, Ohio, are ex
pected soon for a vacation trip in
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Mesdames Sallie Westbrook and
Dempsey Smith were Goldsboro
shoppers on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Turner
and Lynn and Johnny Turner, Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Turner and A. W.
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Graham Turner
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PINK HILL, N. C
The B. F. Grady Cub Scout Trooo
held a regular meeting at the
American Legion Hut near Max
well Mill Saturday night Mis.
Christine Williams, den mother
was in charge. The regular meet
ings for August will be held at Mrs.
Williams home instead of at the
hut The cubs and their families
are to go on a picnic to Lake Tut
next Sunday, July. 27. :
and Lucy and Nancy and Mr. and
Mr. Jasoer Tvndall Mid Ann rt.n.
ny returned at the week' end from,8111'
Atlantic Beach where they spent
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nash and
Pattie Ann and Miss Ana May of
Kinston spent the week end in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Friedman
of Washington, D. C, are in Chi
cago attending the Democratic Na
tional Convention. They will take
part in a skH put on by the Wo
men's Division of the convention.
on Tuesday and Wednesday morn
ings of tms wee, wnicn expected
to be televised. Mr. Friedman is
employed in Washington as a spec
ial aid to president Harry S. Tru
man. Mrs. Friedman is the former
Miss Ann Farrier, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. N. P. Farrier of Pink
Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. TyndaU
spent the week end at Wilmington
and Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Swain wjio
are attending summer school at
Carolina spent the week end In the
VISIT . .
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' HOT DOGS
We Give Curb Service
At Intersection of HTVays 11 A
111 New B. F. Grady School
Mrs. H. E. Maxwell was hostess
to the July meeting of the Woman's
Society of Christian Service of the
Pink Hill Methodist Church at her
home in Pink Hill Monday after
noon. The President called the
meeting to order and a devotional
meditation was presented.
Mrs. Maxwell was in charge of
the program the topic of which was,
Earth's Abundance and Man's
Cookies and iced drinks were
served the following members pre
sent: Mesdames D. C. Boone, W.
J. Smith; R. L. King, D. W. Ruff in,
Frank Mincey and W. P. Bush.
Mrs. J. R. Davis
Travels By Plane
Mrs. J. R. Davis left the Raleigh
Durham Airport ' Monday after
noon for Luma, Ohio to visit her
sister. Mrs. E. B. Busick, Mr. Bu-
lck and their Infant daughter. She
was. accompanied to the airport by
'Mrs. Fred Lawton and two child'
ren of San Diego. Cal.. are expected
this week for a visit of several
weeks with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Turner and other re .
lives. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sills and
Mrs. Frank Sills were Goldsboro
snd Mt Olive visitors on Friday.
. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Huh D. Max
well and children Suzanne and
Maxie are visiting the Ragsdaie
family at Wllliamston, S. C.
Mr. nd Mrs. Charlie Parrish and
young daughter, Susan have mov
ed their residence to Smithfield,
following Mr. Parrish's recent dis
charge from the army,
- Mrs. Street Kornegay and young
gandson, . Clntx Kornegay, Jr., of
Warsaw ana miss Margaret Korne
gay of Clinton visited relatives in
the Pink Hill community on Tues
day. , Miss Jacqueline Davis, of Mt.
Olive Home Economics Teacher at
the Pink Hill High School for the
coming year, was a dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Tyndall on Mon
day. : .
Has Birthday Party
Young Norman Lyle Stapleton,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stap-
elton was honored on his fifth
birthday where his grandfather,
Rev. N. P. Parrier and Mrs. Staoel-
ton took him and a number of his
friends to Emma Webb playground
In Kinston for a party on Friday
afternoon. The children enjoyed
a delightful swim in the pool after
which they were served refresh
ments. Craig Hill, Dennis uarx,
J. D. Jenkins and the honored
A general'meetlng of the Pres
byterian women of the Church waa
held at the Pink Hill JPresbyterian
Church Tuesday night. Mrs. E.
M Sills, presided. Highlight of
the meeting waa a report by Mb
Norma Ray Stroud of her trip to
the pioneer group conference iield
at Camp Single tary recently.
Cc'jple Return A
Mesdames J.VM.S Jones and W. H.
Jones returned Sunday from a two 1
weeks vacation trip to New York
snd Canada. Mrs. T. A. Turner
who accompanied them on the tour
stopped over in Washington. D. C.
enroute home, for a few days visit
with her sister. Miss Connor Jones
wno teaches in a school there.
Rommie Holt Goes
To Camp Lejeune
Mr; Rommie Holt of Richmond,
V., was a week end guest of his
miesf brother and aiater. Ann and brother, Mr. Robert Holt and 1am-
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Lavja stapeiton maae up tne par
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lehman
Mrs. Larry Ward of Midway Park
the former Miss Mary Nell Ken
nedy is spending this week with the
Mrs, L. H. Turner, who was hos
Billy Brewer family,
pltallzed in a Kinston hospital sev
eral days last week returned to
her home in Pink Hill Thursday.
Turner & Turner
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Mrs. Christine Williams Office Mgr.
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L. C Turner. Jr.
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H.C Dale, Mgr.
Seven Springs, N. C O
Mrs. D. W. Ruffin entertained
her bridge club at a dellghtf-il
luncheon at her Topsail Beach cot
tage on Wednesday.
ily before leaving on Monday f jr
Camp Lejeune for a few weeks en
campment with the Marine Corps
Rev. N. P. Farrier and Mr. Nick
Smith attended a meeting of Pres
bytery at Mt. Zion Presbyter
ian Church in Rose Hill on Tues
Control of livestock pests can re
sult in more meat, milk, eggs, and
fiber for all out agricultural pro
duction, says the U. S. Department
of Agriculture. At present it is
estimated that livestock pests cost
the nation more than half a billion
Meat production under Federal
1 rejection for the week ended July
it was estimated at zt i munon
Mr. and Mrs. Alton P. Tyndall
are spending this weex at tneir
summer home at Carolina Beach.:
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MORE TRAVEL TIPS I Packing tricks: Use plenty or
There are many inexpensive aids ' tissue paper in toes oi snoes,
on the market to make traveling in purses, and in the folds ot ores
more pleasant and packing easier, es and suits. If you fold a Jacket
Good grooming can De assured ny ' wiw me lining ouiwra nu me
using lightweight non-breakable I sleeves straight down the wrinkles
plastic Jars and bottles for your will hang out quickly. Place the
cosmetics all that will fit into skirt in the suit case with the waist
a plastic case. band hanging over the edge of the
1 Nylon-gloves, blouses, lingerie, case: then fold the skirt back over
dresses will cut down on the a roll of tissue or a suit packet,
amount you must carry. Put heavy articles at the bottom.
A light folding Iron comes In Put things wanted first on the
handy for travelers eo do extra trip on top.
hangers. And a clothes brush is Unpack your clothes as soon as
a must Include a very small sew- you can after arrival and hang
ing kit, especially if you plan an them up.
extended trip, and a shoe brush to SWIMMING Know how to swim
keep shoes clean an dshining.
A couple of good sized plastic
bagsr are handy for that bathing
suit that did not dry, or the damp
nylons if an unexpected departure
before getting into deep water, and
take plenty of company! But be
fore wading in wait one to two
hours after eating. Check for
depth and obstructions before dlv
Brine. Plastic or enttnn knit haff , in 2. And it S smarttO know lite
for shoes help protect your cloth-' saving and how to apply artificial
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GRADUATES IN GERMANY
' Munich. Germany Cpl. James
E. Holmes, whose wife, Bessie, and
children live in Northwestern "Du
plin, recently graduated from the
Seventh Army! non-commission-;
ed Officers Academy at Munich, i
The six weeks course emphasized
the use of weapons, Army adminis
tration, tactics, supply, physical fit
ness and organization. Students
were carefully selected by their
organization commanders before
attending the school. .
Corporal Holmes who entered!
the Army in April 1943, is serving;
as a lineman in Company B of th '
315th Signal Construction Battal
ion and has been awarded the
World War II Victory Medal and
the American Campaign Medal.
and daughter and Miss Charlotte
Smith were visitors at White Lake
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Mr. Charlie Jones of LaGrange
visiting his .sister. Mrs. Laura
Davis for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Patterson
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J-Vii ysti Every good home-maker knew the advaaUM at
-thai cast be Vra around the house. Not enly deeiitt
Coleng the life of the clothing but H erUlnl does
in th bndcetl Now with the help of electric, sewing
machines, mending and sewing can done ! SU the
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iUAl raBreseaUUr how yM can use MORE Mee-.
tricity to your advantage? If not. do s immediately
for Carolina Power A light is now offering special
Inducement rate to aO customers in the former Tide ,-:
Water area. By Uviag electrically, yea will find that I'
ve have qualified for inducement rate B and you
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EXTRA COST! Let olectriity de all the- hard tasks ,
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Pink Hill, N. C.
THE EASY WAY IS TO
BANK BY MAIL
SAVE TIME AND ENERGY. EACH WEEK
MAKE YOUR DEPOSITS BY MAIL. IT'S
THE EASY WAY TO SAVE REGULARLY.
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