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i inn Dorothy Carol Stroud, was
.honored by , her1 parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ike Stroud,' at a surprise birth-
;lay party on her eighteenth anniver
sary, Friday ievenlng, February 28,
. t "inNthe Cafeteria of the Pink Hill
..High Schools A color scheme of
v , Green, fellow and white was carrt
,' ed out In the decorations and re-
Cfreshmehts. As the bonoree entered
the cafeteria, she was presented with
, dozen red roses. Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph Bower and Mrs. Ethro Hill
" led the group in a number of games,
' - and dancing was also enjoyed. In
addition to other gifts, piece of
v luggage was presented A to Miss
Stroud by a number of her friends.
Refreshments of lime ice, open
faced sandwiches, salted nuts, mints
' and cake were served to the fifty
h-r:. Invited gaeg.Vt'H "'
JV1RS. HANSEN ;
APPFAES ftN Ttf
Mrs. John Hansen,; the 'former
Miss Wanda Tyndall of Ink Hill,
A who is teaching music In the Clin'
ton School, with some of her pupils
i appeared on .Television ' from ; the
-r Greenville Jtudio during the Melody
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Among seniors at the Womans
College of the University' of North
Carolina at Greensboro who made
a scholastic average of "B" or better
for the past semester was Peggy
Stroud Albritton, daughter of Mr.
Iionnle Stroud of Pink Hill and the,
late Mrs. Stroud, v . -iiAj
JR. CLASS ENJOY ,
The Junior Class of the Pink Hill
School and their sponsor, Mr. Don
Kennedy, enjoyed a weiner 'roast
at Maxwell's Mill Wednesday night
PRESBYTERIAN MEN t
HOLD MEET '
A meeting of Presbyterian Men
in the Pink Hill Group of Churches,
was held at the -Pleasant View
Church at 7:00 ,P.M,' Friday, Feb
ruary 28. supper was served by the,
pleasant View Women of the Chur
ch. Rev. B. EL Dotson, ' pastor ; of
the Mount Olive; Presbyterian
Church was guest speaker. Co-
chairman J. D. Grady presided at
the meeting. Duclng a business ses-
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" The B. F. Grady Cub Scouts held
their third annual Blue and Gold
Banquet at the school at 8:00 P. M.
Thursday, February 23, with Robert
F.' Holt, eub-raasteif as Master of
Ceremonies. .Cub Ronnie Holt led
the grouprin the pledging of Alleg
iance to the. Flag, .after which the
first verse of America .was sung.
The Lord's prayer was led by Cub
Angus Morrison. Dinner was served,
during which time a stunt was put
oh, led by Miss Sallie Outlaw. "I
Want A Girl" and "Let Me Call You
Buddy''. were sung. Cubs Clark Lane
and, Jesse L. Outlaw, Jr. welcomed
the guests. Principal H. M. , Wells
Greetings from Our Scout Troop
were given .by- MY. Rufus ' Swain,
Scout .master, Cubs Guy Williams,
Glenn Williams, Larry Davis and
Robert Smith gave the history of
the pack. "Stunts were put on by
dens one and two., Scout executives
Bruce Boyers and, Joe Brown 'spoke
briefly to the group. "
j. ' A showing of the film rLetter to
Loretta", starting ,; Lore tta .Young
and depicting the struggle of cub
scout to get his parents to x give
some tune to his cubbing activities,
was held. The group Joined In re
peating the following, benediction. '
"Now may the Great Master of
all good scouts keep us fair, happy
and game and may. we follow the
sion, Dr, H. A Edwards was elected
president of the - organization and
Mr. T, J. .Turner was re-elected
secretary. Each church named its co
chairman. Namely: Smiths '- J. O.
Smith, Pleasant. View - J. D. Grady.
Harper-Southerland - Nick Smtlh.
Ray Milland starring for G. E.
on radio and TV. , ? ;
L. P. TYMDALL'S
Jtn Pink Hill
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i ,An.' attendance of 78 - was had,
made VP- o4 the Cubs and their
iiamuies. , - , . :
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ENTERTAINS CLUB . !
Mrs. D. W. Ruffln was hostess to
a" regular' session of her bridge club
at her home in Pink Hill Wednes
day ' afternoon. Pretty 'arrangements
of Jonquils and . Camellias were
used for decorations in the living
room where three progressions were
played. Mrs. Jasper Smith received
club high score prize, Mrs. Helen
Turner was presented the prize for
second high and Mrs. Floyd, Heath
received the consolation prize. Mrs.
Jack Perkins was the winner of
high for' visitors. The hostess served
a sandwich plate with cold drinks..
MR. & MRS. STROUD
J, and Mrs. Horace Howard
were the winners of first prize for
Pink Hill farms of less than 50
acres, at Lenoir County's "Program
for, Greater Service" banquet held
in Kinston last Wednesday, The firsj)
prize .xor larms greater man ou
acres was won by Eddie Munn pf
the Moss Hill area. -
In Kinston each night during the
past week to attend the' Teachers
Training class, held at Queen Street
Methodist Church were Rev. and
Mrs. J. R. Regan, Mr. and Mrs.
Lynwood C Turner, Mr. and, Mrs.
Billy' Brewer, . Mrs. Melvln Jones,
Mr. Rufus Swain and Mesdames
I H. Turner, R. L. King and Jasper
Last reports from Mrs. T. A
Turner, who- is on an eight weeks
Mediterranean Cruise, was, that she
Lwas enjoying the trip thoroughly,
and at the time was nearing the
bland of Malta. Mrs. Turner is
sailing aboard the Brittanic. She
expects to return home the flrst
Rev. N. P. Farrlor attended a call
meeting of Wilmington Presbytery
held at the First Presbyterian Chur
ch in Wilmington at 2:30 P.M. Tues
day, February 23.
WORLD DAY OF
PRAYER, FRL, MARCH 5
The sixty-seventh annual woria
Day of Prayer will be observed at
the Pink Hill Presbyterian Church
at 7:30 P.M., Friday, March 5. The
Worship program, entitled "They
May Have Life", with Rev. N. P.
Farrlor in charge, will be presented.
The observance of this day is an
one. and people of all faiths are
very cordially Invited to attend this
CARD OF THANKS A
We wish to express our 4 very
grateful . and deep appreciation to
our many kind friends, neighbors,
and the VXWV Auxiliary for, the
many beautiful floral designs, the
thoughtful kindnesses and sympathy
shown us during our recent be
reavement, the tragic loss of our
loved one, little Carroll H. Grady.
The John D. Grady family
"," and ,' - '
The Adolph Howard family
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams of
Raleigh were recent overnight guest
of Mr. Williams' brother, Mr, Fred
Williams and Mrs. Williams.
Mr and Mrs. Elmo . Kennedy of
Hickory, N. C. and Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Kennedy of Tilsonburg, On
tario, Canada, were overnight guests
of their nephew, Mr. James Miles
and Mrs. Miles, during the week
.end. The latter couple were enroute
home from a trip to Florida. ' '. '
Mrs. W. J. Smith returned Mon
day from a visit with her daughters.
Mesdames W. M. Rivenbark, J. B.
Southerland and R. M. Carr at Wal
lace.,? & u' .i ;;':.T . it'i' 5vv ;
Holden were Raleigh business visit
ors fn Friday. ,
Mrs. Seth Thomas and children
of Wilmington visited friends : In
Pink Hill Saturday. i s
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Maxwell were
overnight guests of their daughter
Mrs. Walter Godwin, Mr. Godwin
and daughters in Wilmington .re
cently. .. i
Jimmy Williams, attending AC.C.
in Wilson,' spent the week end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A
Chris Coomb attended the State-
George Washington basketball game
at the Coliseum in Raleigh Friday
Mr. Horace G. Tyndall is a patient
at Parrotf s Hospital in Kinston.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith returned
Sunday from, a visit with relatives
in Knoxville, Tenn.
TOO MUCH TALKING
Psychiatrists say talking will cure
a lot of troubles - the trouble is,
it was talking that started most of
our troubles in the first place.
A man who gets boiling mad
Usually gets roasted.
A smile is always a good reference
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Loss Of Carolina
"Every particle of topsoil carried
away . from North Carolina ' farm
land by -floods and erosion . means
Just- that i much less ' topsoil from
which we can produce . the food and
fiber' that will be needed to clothe,
house and feed our rapidly increas
ing population," says H. D. Godfrey,
state ASC administrative, officer.
"By ; just that much have ' the
nation's defense against depression,
shortages, want and hunger been
weakened, and . the ability to meet
the needs of an advancing civiliza
tion been reduced."
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erosion resulting from a flood 1..
looked upon only in . terms of
damage to the individual farm and
the loss to the Individual "farmer.
Of even more signlflnanot Is the
loss to our entire nation, "Our pro
ductive land is limited. Trom is
must tome the food for our present
papulation of around 161 million
;ind for the 200 million we can ex
pect in less than a ouarter century.
Th gashes cut down to plow
depth where the downhill rows art
straight as. a string are more than
just gullies to be filled before har
vesting machinery can be -used. The
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land against the ravages of ero
Godfrey explains. To the extent
farmers use. the program to h -
then protect and Improve their luud -the
.losses from floods will be re. -duced.
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