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Dr. and Mrs. D. . W. Ruffin and
daughter Winnie and Jane Ruffin
were at Mars Hill during the week
to attend ' commencement exercises
at Mars Hill College. Miss Ann Ruf
fin, another daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Ruffin, has completed her first
year as a pre-medical student; The
family returned to Pink Hill follow
ing the exercises. V:
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Wells and
Miss Connie Jo Wells left Friday
for Davidson and Salisbury to at
tend graduating exercises at David
son and Catawba Colleges. Their
son and brother, Mr- Alfred Wells
received a cupiqma irom Jjaviason
and his brother, Mr. Hunter, grad-
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filat?rials - :
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uated with honors at Catawba.
Mr. and -Mrs. David Grady and.
cnuaren or Aiexanaria, va. spent
the 'past week end with relatives
In Pink H3I1 and Duplin County,
Little Miss Susan . Parrfih of
Smithfield spent the past week in
the home of Mr. and Mrs.' John
O'Connor. She was accompanied
home Friday by the O'Connors and
their young son. Jack. ( - '. .";
Messrs. J; R. ' Davis and Chris
dombs were recent overnight visit
ors in Washington, D. C. They at
tended the New York-Washington
baseball game. . v
Mr. Thunnan Davis of Rocky Mt.
has been visiting in the home of
his mother, Mrs. Laura Davis. ''
-Mr; R: M. Carr , of Wallace was
a recent Fink Hill visitor. . . '
1 Mrs. J, R. Davis recently visited
relatives at St. Matthews, S. C.
' Mrs. Alvin Smith and Mr. Dennis
Smith of Pink Hill and Mr.. and
Mrs., Melvin Stroud of Seven
Springs have returned from a visit
with relatives in Tampa', Florida.
Mr. Resale Stroud a brother of Mrs.
Smith and Mr. Melvin Stroud, who
was 'critically ill at his home in
Tampa, is recovering.
Miss Ardeth Smith, R. N. at the
Baby , Hospital on Wrightsville
Sound, N. C. spent the week end
with her parents, , Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Smith on Pink Hill, Rt, 2.
Miss Bessie Kornegay. Mrs. Hattie
Davis, Mrs. Thad Kornegay and
L. G. Kornegay shopped in Golds
Mr. and Mrs. Faison Turner and
Annette, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Herring were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Yarboro and daughter at
Pirietops on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Smith attended
a Shell Oil dealers banquet held at
the icommunity House in Goldsboro
Mesdames H. C. Turner and Hay
wood Stroud attended a shower
given for Mrs. Kermit Williams by
Mesdames Paul, Carey and Lebron
Williams and Miss Elsie Smith, at
the home of Mrs. Carey Williams
at Sarecta Tuesday night.
Mr. Sam Haskins and daughter
Laura, of Greenville were among
guests in. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
H. D. Maxwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronimie Holt of
Richmond, Va. visited in the home
of Mr. Holt's brother, Mr. Bob
Holt, and other relatives here dur
ing the week end.
Mrs. M. L. Friedman of Washing
ton, D. C. is visiting relative here,
having accompanied her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. N. P. Farrlor, who
visited in Washington this week.
B. F. Grady F.H.A.
Group At Camp
The B. F. Grady chapter of the
Future Homemakers of America
are spending this week, camping
at White Lake. They are receiving
instructions in crafts, music and
swimming and are participating in
land and water sports. Miss Thelma
Dilday, chapter advisor, who accom
panied the group, has been assisting
in the crafts class. Members of the
chapter attending are Shirley Smith,
Charlotte Outlaw, Carolyn Smith,
Mollie Faye Davis, Rubyleen Waters
and Nellie Faye Parker.
Bible School Held
A daily vacation Bible School
under the direction of Mrs. A. W.
Turner was held at the Pink Hill
Presbyterian Church the past week.
Approximately 70 pupils were en
rolled for the school which came
to a close Friday. The women of
the chureh served light refresh
ments during the recess period
each day, and they were promised
a trip to Emma Webb playground
in Kinston later in the summer.
Conducting the classes were the
following; Mesdames Hazel Stapel-
ton, John Shepard, J. K. Smith,
John O'Connor and Joseph Bower.
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Hub Hill received raite a disap
pointment Saturday morning when
he went down to Jones Chevrolet
Co, polling place in Pink Hill
township number 1, to vote. He
found : that .he was not properly
registered. Mr. Hill was. a candi
date . for constable In that town
- Attending the Shriners Spring
ceremonial in Greenville last week
included the following from this
area. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Turner,
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Tyndall, Mr.
T. J. Turner, Mr, and Mrs. Lynwood
Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Faison Turn
er, Mr.' and Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Kornegay, Miss
Bessie Kornegay, Mr.' and Mrs.
W. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Morrison, Mr. George Turner, and
Miss Narcie Williams.
Miss Ann Ruffin of Pink Hill, a
rising senior at Mars Hill College
was recently named one of ten stu
dents to the Baptist Student Union,
which is the highest honor the
college has to offer. Miss Ruffin
is also president of the Methodist
Youth Fellowship group at the
college for next year. She is a
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D. W.
Mrs. John O'Connor was a recent
hostess to a general meeting, of
the Pink Hill Presbyterian Women
of the Church, which was held at
the church. Mrs. J, A. Wprley was
the Program leader at this time,
and was assisted by Mesdames T. A.
Turner, J. J. Smith and Mrs. O'Con
nor. The program topic was "We,
too, are the World Church."
. m. H. A. Edwards, president,
was in the chair. . ,
Jimmy Williams of Pink Hill, Rt.
2, was one of 30 Atlantic Christian
College students who received
monograms at the annual athletic
awards ceremonies conducted Tues
day at the college in Wilson. He
was recognized for participation on
the baseball team.
Misses Thelraa Dilday, Bessie
Kornegay and Marinna Grady ac
companied a group of B. F. Grady
students on a skating and scouting
field trip to Topsail Beach on Fri
day. Sue Smith, member of the
group, fell on the skating rink
there, and broke her arm. She was
treated at the Onslow County Hos
pital and was able to return home.
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Civil Defense Chief
Raleigh, May 25 Communica
tions, Ground Observer Corps and
the state's degree of readiness to
lend support to neighboring states
in even) of enemy attack or natural
disaster will be under test during
the scheduled Civil Defense Exer
cise affecting the entire North
American continent on June 14-15,
State CD Director Edward F. Griffin
said today announcing plans for
North Carolina participation.
"There may be little reason to
take pride in the way our state
stacks up," Griffin said, "even in
'the support role to which we have
"But," he added, "the test' is
sorely needed to disclose the fact
that North Carolina - to us the most
important part of a nation on a
continent which may be subjected
to devastating attack - is not pre
pared to carry her part of the load."
"Since "Operation Alert" is pri
marily a communications drill and
a hvDothetlcal atomic attack on 42
"critical target" cities - none of
which are located in this state - no
North Carolina cities will be tested
for performance under atomic at
tack, but many North Carolina com
munities plan local civil defense
"The exercise plan calls for di
rect atomic "hits" on five critical
target cities in three adjoining
states. Calls will come in for help,
which we can answer only within
the limitations imposed by what
our communities are actually pre
oared'to deliver, if the disaster were
real. Full instructions for partici
pation are being sent to local di
rectors who have indicated willing
ness to take part in the test.
"North Carolina's assumed 'special
situation will consist of an "alert
notice' received by the Governor.
Acting with the Council of State
he will in turn declare the state in
'imminent danger' and order the
State Civil Defense Director to put
prepared plans into operation, em
ploying any powers authorized by
Mr. Whitford HilL Pink Hill mer
chant and farmer,, was elected to
the Board of County Commissioners
with a total of 3243 votes on Sat
urday. Mr. Hill was fourth from
the top in a list of twelve candi
dates in the race. He is a former
head of the Lenoir County P.M.A
Miss Peggy Jo Albritton of Kin
ston and Pink Hill received a B.A.
degree from the Womans College,
Greensboro in graduating exercises
there Monday. Miss Betty Jean
Davis of Pink Hill received a B. S
degree in Secretarial Administra
tion. Young People To
Meet June 4th
A regular meeting of Presby
terian young people will be held at
Harper-Southerland Church at 5:30
p.m., Friday, June 4. A picnic
supper will be had and all members
in the group are urged to attend.
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In "Operation Alert
law for the state's protection: and
to render aid to other states. ; t
' "The State Control Center will re
main open from 10 AM June 14
through 10 AM June 15 . he full
test period, unless closed earlier
by order of FCDA. During that. time,
communication by telephone, tele,
type and radio will be maintained
with FCDA and with participating
"Approximately 30 N. C. radio
stations will operate on CONELRAD
Federal Communications Commis
sion's emergency broadcast plan,
during Radio Test Hours.
"Charlotte and Durham Filter
Center and all Ground Observa
tion Posts serving those centers will
be on 24 hour duty.
"The exercise will point, up a lot
I'm looking out for
ij no better way than
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small ones deposited at regular intervals that
really make a savings account grow.
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the test hoping that It will ere ite
a new awareness in N.C, we are ,
lust a dependent on other statu! U
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