The Auxiliary 0 the Wlllard
Smith Post No. 9514 of WW en
tertained the veterans at a deli
cious chicken supper at the hut on
Friday night, November 21. - .
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Turner,
of Pink Hill, announce the birth of
a daughter, Mary Daniel, weight 5
pounds, 12 oz. at the Lenoir Coun-
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ty Hospital, Kinston, Saturday,
November 14. Mrs. Turner Is the
former Jarile Hdbgood of Oxford.
Servng as Jurors during the 3rd
week of Lenoir bounty Superior
Court in Kinston this week are the
following from Pink Hill Township.
Melvin Carter, Ransom Carter, Al
bert Batchelor, Glennie Edwards,
Ronald Carter, Walter Goodman,
Paul Carter and Paul Eubanks, .
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Ruff In at-
YOU WON'T NEED AN
'UMBRELLA TO PROTECT YOU FROM
, THOSE SHOWERS, OF BILLS, IF YOU
HAVE MONEY TO PAY THEM. RESOLVE
TO SAVE REGULARLY. BE PREPARED
TO TAKE CARE OF UNEXPECTED BILLS.
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PINK HILL, N. C.
INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS FARMALL
TRACTORS FARM IMPLEMENTS
REFRIGERATION -PARTS -SERVICE
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tended a Seaboard Medical meeting
recently held Id Washington, N. C.
Mrs. A. W. Turner and son, A.
W. Jr., and .Mrs. J. D. Sandlin, Sr.
of Beulaville have returned from a
visit with' Sgt and Mrs. , Charlton
Sandlin at Ft. Dix. N. J. "VI V
Mrs. H. E. Maxwell went to Win-ston-Salem
Tuesday to be with her
son, Mr. Lylton: Maxwell wno re
cently returned home from Baptist
Hospital, having undergone an op
eration there, recently. ::;,;.::.:-
Babs Bower, young daughter of
Dr. Joseph Bower of Pink Hill, left
recently for Lynchburg, Va. to
Ispend some time with her grand
parents. - ' ''
Mrs. Frame rarrott oi Kinston
was a euest of her mother, Mrs. T.
A. Turner, at a regular meeting of
her bridge club, at her home in
Pink Hill Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fusseli
and Family of Rose Hill spent Sun
day with Mrs. Mattle Davis.
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Buff in and
family wee at their cottage at Top
sail on a recent week end.
Messrs. h. C. Turner, Aubrey
Turner and Graham Turner of Pink
Hill and Sydney Hughes of Kinston
were at Currituck hunting several
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sills and-Miss
Marianna Grady attended a science
meeting at the high school in Wal
lace Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. Thurman Davis of Rocky Mt.
spent the week end with his moth
er, Mrs. Laura Davis, who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Smith,
Mrs. Sallle Westbroow and Mrs.
Belle Swinson expect to leave Sat
urday for a motor trip that will
take them .as far as New Orleans,
La. They expect to be gone for 8
or ten days.
A general meeting of Presby
terian Women of the Church was
held at the Pink Hill Church Tues
day night. Mrs. E. M. Sills, pres..
was in charge. Mrs. Farrier gave
the life history of John Wesley,
early Protestant leader. Mrs. Sills
renorted that she had turned over
the Lenoir County Red Cross Chap
ter 25 pounds of hard candy and
$3.00 to toe used for Marines at the
hospitals at Cherry Point and Camp
Lejeune at Christmas time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horton and
little daughter of Zebulon, Mrs.
Marie Terry of Kenansviile, visited
Mr. and Mrs. M. w. sutton Satur
day night and Sunday. V v -
JU , W, Outlaw attended the two
day quarterly meeting of trl co.
rea heui in Kaieign.
- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lewis and
Mrs. Henry Robinson of Goldsboro
were among visitors witn mt, ana
Mrs. Gordon Outlaw Sunday.
Miss Rachel Outlaw was hostess
to the local bridge club at her
home Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Howley of
Wilson spent Sunday with Mrs.
Hawleys mother, Mrs. Katie Out-
Mrs. G. H. Ulrlch left Sunday af
ternoon to return to her home in
Concord, N. H. after several days
The UYF will meet in the parson
age Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and
baby of Goldsboro and Dr. Bus
sell E. Outlaw of Morehead 'City
spent Sunday with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Outlaw.
Mrs. Elmo Blizzard was hostess
with a plastic party at her heme
The youth rally of Universalist
youth of North Carolina will be
held in the church here Friday and
Saturday, Nov. 28 and 29.
Insurance Rate Increases For Autos
Goes Into Effect December 24fh
Duke Ball Game
Attending the Carolina-Duke
football game at Chapel Hill Satur
day included the following from
Pink Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood
Turner, Mr. and Mrs: Billy Brewer,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Turner, Mr. and
Mrs. David Green and Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Jones.
Greenville, N. C, Nine dele
gates are representing students at
East 'Carolina College at the State
Student Legislature in Raleigh No
vember 20-22. The session ,an an
nual event for the past twelve
years, is held in the Capitol and is
attended each year toy representa
tives of colleges and universities
throughout North Carolina.
The purpose of the Student Leg
islature is to give young men and
women a practical experience In
democracy and to offer them train
ing in citizenship. Matters taken
up by the Legislature relate to con
ditions In North Carolina. Each
group of students representing an
educational institution is invited to
present a bill which they consider
useful and beneficial to the state.
East (Carolina students in at-
Approval of rate Increases, effec
tive November 24, 1952, for auto
mobile bodily injury and property
damage Insurance for both private
passenger and commercial (truck)
tvoe automobiles in the following
amounts was announced today by
Waldo C. Cheek, Commissioner of
Private Passenger Automobiles
Bodily Injury 13.3 per cent, Pro
perty Damage 17.8 per cent,
Bodily Injury, 19.3 per cent, Pro
perty Damage, 24.9 per cent.
A petition requesting the above
increases was filed by the North
Carolina Automobile Rate Admin
istrative Office and was the subject
of a public hearing before the In
surance Commissioner on Novem
ber 6, 1952. At this hearing it was
factually demonstrated that pres
ent rates are inadequate to pay
present and future losses; that the
inflationary spiral that nas aitect
ed so much of the economic struc
ture during the past few years con
tinues to be reflected, even to a
greater extent than heretofore, in
the automobile liability experience,
IN THE GENERAL COUNTY
Edith King Richardson
Samuel A. Richardson
Notice Serving: Summons by
Southern Septic Tank Co.
Manufacturers And Sales
" N. C. State Approved
SEPTIC TANKS DRAIN
:, Sidewalks , and Driveways
Phone 3790 6544 3488 Goldsboro Highway
KINSTON, N. C.
Mrs. Boone Honors
Daughter At Party
Mrs. D. C. Boone honored her
daughter, Patricia on her 9th birth
day with a party recently at her
horn? in Pink Hill, after enjoying
games the guests were invited into
the dinning room, beautifully dec
orated with chrysanthemums and
freenery, for the traditional cane
and ice cream.
Rev. Howard McLamb of Hamlet
led the guests in singing 'Happy
Birthdav" to the honoree. Guests
were Joyce Hartman, boodk L.ee
Caudill, Linda Wilmouth, Hilda
Heath, Patsy Thomas, Evelyn Mal
pass, Betty Mitchell, Brenda Bostic,
Ruby Westbrook and Dorothy Taylor.
tendance were chosen by the Stu
dent Legislature of the college.
Delegates are Robert A. Robinson,
Flraaklinl (Springs, Ga.: Mitchell
Saieed, Greenville; Donald Gaylor,
Magnolia, Christine Blalock, Tim
berlake; John T. Cox, Mount Olive;
Barbara Moore, Raleigh; John Ro
bert Kluttz, Dudley; Roy Creech,
Snow Hill; and Royce Jordan,
Washington. Alternates who are
attending the session are John Ken
nedy, Wilmington, and H. Donald
that the automobile liability exper
ience has been, adversely affected
through a substantial increase in
all claim costs; that court and jury
verdicts have increased in amount
and that companies writing this
class of business sustained a na
tionwide underwriting loss in ex
cess of $100,000,000.00 during cal
endar year 1091. Claims have been
reported as costing the average
company $111.00 for each $100
collected in premiums. Since 1946,
when rates began to rise through
out the United States, stock com
panies underwriting losses from
automobile liability insurance have
The experience on which these
rate increases are based is that
collected from all companies licen
sed to write automobile bodily in
jury and property damage insur
ance in North Carolina and repre
sents the entire premiums earned
and losses incurred in this state
for policy years 1949-1950 togeth
er with 1951 calendar year exper
ience. For private passenger cars the
revisions result in basic limits rate
increases ranging from a minimum
of $4 to a maximum of $8 for bodily
injury and property damage com
bined. For most commercial cars,
the increases for bodily injury
and property damage combined
range from a minimum of $8 to a
maximum of $15.
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lio Guessing Game
Think you're pretty good at est!-'
mating things, like the number of
beans in a gallon lug? . j
Try your hand at timber, and
then, if you're planning to sell It,
by all means measure. The result
may surprise you as It did Walter
Keller, forestry specialist for the
State College Extension Service,
on at least one occasion.
K. G. Jordan, farmer of the Old
Richmond community in Forsyth
County, like so many other farm
ers had a very bad crop year and
turned to his timber to supplement
The timber was spread over 25
acres in a v-shaped tract; there
were a few good Fpots of timber
most of it was pretty scattered.
Jordan estimated that there would
be between 80,000 and 100,000 feet
in the tract. Keller felt that there
would not be 100,000 board feet.
But Keller had been a forester
long enough to know the fallibility
of estimations, so they measured
After marking trees Keller and
Jordan found that they had selected
1,500 trees, containing 124.000
board feet U' lumber, io be cut far
People who constantly give ad
vice often become indignant when
asked to take it.
A man never is a failure until he
i smad at the whole world
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Leaves. For Army
IDduglass Townsend of Albertson,
husband of the former Ruth Teach
ey", left Monday for Ft. Jackson,
S. C, having been called into the
The Defendant, Samuel A. Rich
ardson, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been
commenced in the General County
Court Of Duplin County, North.
Carolina, on the part of the Plain
tiff for divorce a vinculo against
the defendant on the ground of
two years separation as by law pro
vided. And the said Defendant
will further take notice that he Is
required to appear at the office of
the Clerk of the General County
Count, at the Court House, in Ken
ansville, N. C.,' within twenty days
after the 26th day of December,
1952, and answer or demur to the
Complaint of the Plaintiff and no
tifying him that if be fails so to do
the Plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the
This the 20th day of November,
R. V. Wells
Clerk General County Court
E. W. Stevens, Atty.
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Farm f or Rent
2 Dwellings, Plenty Of Out Buildings.
150 Cleared Acres. Good Buildings And Land.
17-18 Acres of Tobacco. 30-40 Acres Cotton.
Plenty of Corn Land. Fenced Pastures.
Tractor And Equipment, Mules and Equipment,
Described In Folder
Acres of pastures dotted with
Cicui aie (.v;3b.utU to l.e:uiiie
as common if not as artistic as pic
tures of contented cattle against
lusn green backgrounds,
-Pastures for chickens are also
profitable. A new State College
Extension Service publication, en
titled Grazing Crops for Poultry, .
savings in feed bills of from 0 to
14 per cent, depending on the pro- :
teln content of the ration fed and
the feeding program followed.
The folder discusses range man
agement, Ladino clover, alfalfa, les
pedeza, soybeans, ryegrass and
crimson clover as pastures for poul
try and presents a readable chart
giving the North Carolina areas
where these plants and five grass
es may be grown and the dates of
Ladino clover seems to be widely
adapted and meets all the require
ments for a good poultry cover
crop, according to the publication.
It recommends planting of one acre
for every 300 chickens or 100 tur
keys. Directors are given for plan
ting this legume.
The folder may be obtained from
your local county agent or by writ
ing to the Publications Department
N. C. State College, Kaleigh, for
Kxtension Folder No. 94.
History repeats itself because
human nature is about the same
through all ages.
You never read f a decent man
getting any benefit from a techni
e.lity in t he law.
It we cannot settle our difficul
ties with ballots we jre doomed
bullets have no brains.
A L'no dbroken field runner sel
dom has any trouble working his
way through college.
Turner & Turner
"We're Known By The Service We Give"
Mrs. Christine Williams Office Mgr.
Phone 2838 Pink Hill. N. C.
L. C. Turner, Jr.
T. J. Turner
Want 2 Families With Labor That Work, White O
SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO
II. C. Dale, Mgr.
Seven Springs, N. C.
B S VE RAG 6E S
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
UNDER DEED OF TRUST
There will be Thanksgiving ser
vices at the church Wednesday
night, with the A.U.W. dedication
services at 7 o'clock, which will
precede the Thanksgiving sermon.
; Miss Essie Mae Outlaw of the
Clinton School faculty spent the
week end with the home folks;
SALES AND SERVICE
ROBERTSONS & DIXIE FERTILIZERS
V ALEMITE GREASES
v 'BURKS WATER PUMPS
GENUINE JOHN DEERE PARTS
Under and by virtue of thi w"
er of sale contained in a ceru1111
deed of trust executed by Char
lie Chasten and Theima Chasten
dated June 2, 1952, and recorded
in Book 472, page 302, Duplin
County Registry, default having
been made in the payment of the
indebtedness thereby secured and
said deed of trust being by the
terms thereof subject to foreclos
ure, the undersigned trustee will
offer for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash at
the courthouse door in Kenans
ville, North Carolina, at 12:00 noon
on the 20th day of December, 1952,
the property conveyed in said deed
of trust, the same lying and being
In the County of Duplin and State
f North Carolina in Island Creek
Township, and more particularly
described as follows:
She tracts of land lying in Island
Creek Township, Duplin County,
North Carolina and further describ
ed in Deed of Trust recorded in
Book 459, page 290, of the Duplin
Cpunty Registry, to which deed of
trust reference Is had "for a more
particular description. t.
And this sale will be made sub-.
ject to all prior encumbrances,
and a deposit of ten per cent of
the purchase price will De required
of the highest bidder -as evidence
of good faith. -.
This the 14th day of November,
' Vance B. Gavin. Trustee.
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. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
' Having this day Qualified as ad
ministrator of the estate of L. Fai-
son Thomas, deceased, Hate of Du
plin County, North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims egainst said estate to pre
sent them to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before 23 October
1953, or this notice will be pleaded
in bar of their recovery.- All per-,
sons Indebted to said estate will
please make Immediate payment
to the undersigned. -.-This
the 21 day of October 1952.
. Frank J. Thomas, Administrator
Beulaville, North Carolina, .
R. J. Lanier, Atty. ;V -.t .
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nwii again we lace inanKsgiving aay
with a deep sense of gratitude that we of this country have
so many blessings. Once again, we thank our Maker that
He has seen fit io give us the great gifts of bounteous land,
enterprising people and freedom ... in every meaning of
This year, as we give thanks for these gifts, we also
humbly beseech God to grant as peace and to give to this
Democracy of Man the strength and courage with which
to maintain it.
Reddy Kilowatt and the electric utilities of which he
is the symbol have always worked for America ... to help
it grow to the greatness it has now obtained. Right here
in SENC we are watching an area on the march and Reddy
is working hard or harder than anybody else to help his
territory grow . . . grow In industry and In agricultural
richness. Reddy Is always working to raise the standard
of living In these United States. He Is an integral part of
the American Way ol Life.
(CAROLINA POWER 8c LIGHT COMPANY)