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ZJr. and Mrs. Troy Toscue and
on Stanley of Kinston were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones at their
summer home at Atlantic Beach the
: Fourth of July week end.
Mr. and Mra. Floyd Harvey have
arrived front California tor a visit
with lira. Harvey's parents. Dr. and
: Mrs. H, ; A. Edwards, i.,; 5
Hesdames Lynwood Turner and
sons and Mrs. James Miles and
children were guests of their sister,
, " Mrs. Johnny Holden and Mr. Holden
at their home in Maysville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Over.
: ; man have returned from their wed
,' dint trip and are visiting relatives
. la Pink HiU and Xdenton before
reporting to Aberdeen ; Proving
Grounds, : Maryland, where Mr.
Overman, " commissioned second
' Lt., will serve in the Armed Forces.
Mrs. Overman was, before her mar-
"Service After 'The Sale Since 1985"
Goldsboro, N. C. w.-.-iv.-. ; - V
SQUARE DANCE '
Every Saturday Night - From ill 12:M
Mt. Olive, N. C.
Enjoy Our Swimming Pool
THEY'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES
...to get what they want!
A year ago, this couple shared a dream ... of a glori
ous vacation trip. j
Today, their tickets are bought and paid for. They
leave next Saturday.
What happened in the meantime? Three things: &
t:. , ....... 1
1 n si, tney opened a savings account in tms Dame
ScCOIld, they decided upon a definite savings pro
gram, custom-made to the dream in their hearts.
Third, they faithfully followed their program until
they had "what it took" for their trip plus a price-
Jess something more: the
Whv not cultivate this
take you where you want
savings account here today.
rlage, recently, Miss Betty Jean
Davis of Pink HU1. ; " ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Turner and
family spent last week at their
summer home at Topsail. '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis are
spending this. week in the moun
tains of Western, HotVx Carolina
and Tennessee. .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Piyjer and
children. left Sunday for their home
in Lancaster, S. C. after a vacation
spent with Mrs. Plyler's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. R King and other
-Mesdames Lehman Williams and
Mittie Ruth Shiver and Melvin and
Glenn Williams spent the week end
at Carolina Beach.
CoL and Mrs. Hugh D. Maxwell
and children 'of Washington, D. C.
were guests of their parents at Max
well's Mill over the week end.
Miss Gretchen Watlingtoh return
ed to her home in Reidsville Sun
day following a two weeks visit
For Top TV Enjoyment
Get Top TV Service
FOR THE BEST
IN T.V. SERVICE
Call us or bring your set in and
save. Plenty of parking space. Enter
at Carolina Theatre. Gnaran-
teed service by expertly trained
SALES & SERVICE
habit of successful saving
habit vourself? It will
to go in life. Open a (
with her cousin. Miss Clystia Holt
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones, Messrs.
James Miles and Johnny Holden
and Jimmy Miles and Lynn Turner
attended the annual Pony Penning
at Cove Banks, July 8. . i . '
Misses Lula Mae and BlUle Jones
are spending the summer at their
cottage at Carolina Beach, aney
were Joined there Friday by their
parentsMr. and Mrs. W. H Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Headstrum, of
Kinston were guests of Mrs. Head
strum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F
May . during the week end. - -
Mrs. Ada Edwards spent last week
in the home of her brother, Mr.
J. T. Bostic Mrs. Bostic and son
Tommy at Surf City.
Miss Brenda Bostic has been visit
ing her cousin. Miss Thelma, Car
roway in Kinston.
Mrsi May Hostess
Mrs. J. F. May was hostess to the
regular Wednesday afternoon meet
ing of her bridge club at her home
in Pink Hill last week. Gladiolus
and dahlias were used to decorate
the living room where players as
sembled. Mrs. D. W. Ruffin received
hose for club members highest
score, Mrs. Helen Turner received
a pin cushion for second high and
Mrs. T. A. Turner won two lovely
handkerchiefs as a consolation tro
phy. Mrs. W. H. Jones won visitors.
high and received bath powder,
while Mrs. Jack Perkins was run
ner-up and was presented perfume.
The hostess served lemonade at
the beginning of play and following
the second progression, home-made
ice cream and cake were served.
Dr. & Mrs. Bower
Move To Kinston
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Bower and
children, Sherry and Joe Sydney,
moved their residence to Kinston
1 during the past week. The family
came to Pink Hill from West Vir
ginia about two years ago, and Dr.
Bower has headed the Bower Clinic
since it was established a few
weeks later. He will continue its
operation and will commute dally
from his Kinston home.
Auxiliary V. F.W.
President Katharine Tyndall pre
sided over a regular monthly meet
ing of the auxiliary to the Willard-
Smith Post No. 9514 of VJ.W., at
the Post home in Pink Hill. Monday
night, July 5. Mrs. Marie Hill re
ported on the Department Encamp
ment held in Asheville in June.
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Bill Tyndall were
selected as delegates to the district
meetings for the year. The next
meeting will be held in Greenville,
Mrs. Katharine Tyndall and Mrs.
Eva Smith, members of the re
freshment committee served the
Circle No. 1
Circle No. 1 of the Women of the
Pink Hill Presbyterian Church met
with Mrs. Earl Smith at her home
on the Kenansville Road Tuesday
night. Mrs. Lucy Grady, chairman,
presented the Bible Study taken
from Acts 14th chapter, verses 1-18.
"Beginning of World Missions," was
The meeting closed with The
Lord's Prayer. Delicious ice cream
sodas were served by the hostess,
assisted by Miss Lula Tyndall.
Wbrley's Take Trip
Mr. J. A. Worley, rural mail car,
rier on Pink Hill, Route 1, for the
past 39 years, is retiring as of today,
July 15, 1954. He will devote more
time to his hobbies and farm man
agement, after a trip to the West
Coast which he will take in the
immediate future, accompanied by
Mrs. Worley and Dr. and Mrs. Leon
Clarke of Baton Rouge, Louisana,
sister and brother-in-law of the
. .. 9,000R
Whsrl polio strikes
there seems no end
to costly drain of
dally medical expense. '
Farm Bureau guarantees.
Family Policy.. $10)
(Inc. children to 18)
Individual Policy... $5
- Get in touch today with
, B1U Snppty Ce .
- I .rink Hill
Now you can add that distinctive personal touch to items of furni
ture. Shown is a black lacquered deacon's bench, which is part of a
complete collection of occasional chairs. Select the colors that harmonize
best in your room and add your own decorative touches to these prac
tical and inexpensive chairs.
This is one of the new items introduced at the trade and press pre
view furniture showings across the country. Never before have so many
new and beautiful pieces of furniture been shown by the furniturt
industry than at these preview showings. '
Ellis Edgar Nelson, one of two
Goldsboro youths involved in rob
bery of Fremont Bank, was. re
leased from a Raleigh jail last
Thursday under $7,500 bond for ap
pearance in District Federal Court
in Wilson on November 8.
Nelson, taken into custody along
with Lemuel Carr Tyndall on July
2 in Morehead City by FBI agents.
was arraigned in Goldsboro July
aefore ,U. S. Commissioner C. L.
lghum who ordered him held
under $15,000 bond on charges of
conspiracy and accessory in the
Go To Slafesboro
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Turner, Becky,
L. H., and Debbie, and Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Johnson, Jimmy Lee, Jerry
and Rex left Wednesday for States
boro, Ga. where they will remain
during the tobacco season.
fin thrA nHlI
iyou want it.
the public debt
1M KM that
gOTerament power project?
1 f$P, ' 3
(CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT
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Through the efforts- of attorneys
Paul B. Edmundson and James N.
Smith, both of Goldsboro,. the ori
ginal boAd of $15,000 waff reduced
The reduced bond was posted by
three Goldsboro men, W. E. John
son, Robert Casey, and W. D. Mc
Lemuel Carr Tyndall, the con
fessed gunman in the robbery of
the bank, is reported still lodged
in a Raleigh jail after being unable
to post a $25,000 bond set by Com-
THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE
1 Day 25c
2 Days 50o
Lucy K. Grady, Agency
Pink Hill, N. C.
of all the thing's you're free to
because there's always plenty of low-price electricity
can automatically run and control
Xoday Americans Have twice as mucH electricity
available as they had in 1946 because 6f new poweij
plants built by electric light and power
companies, and they'll have 50 more by I960- -
alwava be nUntv readv when
Thafg why there's no need to increase"
by building federal
Following is the accident sum
mary for district five Troop B.
June 28th. through July 4th. 1954.
1 accident; 0 killed, 1 injured,
1700.00 property damage. -.
. SAMPSON ' ' '!
7 accidents. 9 killed, 5 Injured,
$2,000.00 property, damage, ,
One Good Thing
Comes From Hp!
The recent seize of hot, dry wea
ther may have been a blessing for
the tobacco farmer In at least one
respect. Aphids, which vrere abun
dant in tobacco fields before' the
hot weather, have apparently been
The latest federal-state insect sur
vey report indicates that 90 per
cent of the tobacco plants , in some
fields were infested with aphids
prior to the hot, dry period. Now
infestations generally are light
where they can be found.
T. Bl Mitchell, professor of ento
mology, N. C. State College, and
head of the insect survey in North
Carolina, said the tobacco horn
worm infestation is relatively light
so far. Mitchell said the egg count
of hornworms was "very low - pro
bably because the insects are cur
rently between broods." ,
At the same time cotton farmers
were warned to keep a close check
on their fields. The insect report
shows an adult boll weevil counts
of 3.5 weevils per 100 plants in the
principal cotton producing counties.
Counts of punctured cotton squares
showed an average of 20.8 per cent
Mitchell said at present the weevil
situation in North Carolina is worse
than in neighboring South Carolina.
Attorneys for the defendants said
no effort has been made so far to
get Tyndall's bond reduced. ' '
$ Days 75c
4 Days $1.
do V .
washer and dryer
' hot water supply
and ether appliances
f I mi
- WA..J! t
i I accidents. 0 killed, 0 injured,
$1,150.00 property damage, 1 ' '
' - TOTAL v
. 11 accidents, ft killed, injured.
$3,850.00 property damage.' v
For the holiday week "end July
2nd -through July 5th. the report
was as follows.
,n V DUPLIN . ' V
1 accident, 0 killed, l Injured,
$700.00 property damage. -
4 accidents, 0 killed, Injured,
$1,650.00 property damage,
WhS V WAYNE HPsip
', I accidents, 0 killed, 0 injured,
$750.00 property damage. ; ,
' ' TOTAL ' t ,J
7 accidents, 0 killed, - 5 injured.
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O RANGES FREEZERS - REFRIGERATORS O
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Pink Hill, N. C.
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v ' ARE
FOR THOUSANDS OF GROWERS BECAUSE '
USE LESS OIL
NO OIL VAPORS OR SMOKE ARE RELEASED IN THE
BARN TO SMUDGE YOUR TOBACCO. NO TAGS ARE
TURNED ON TOBACCO CURED WITH A CURE -ALL
Cure-All excelli because of Ht oiant
heavy duty heater with the 30r di
ameter outer circulator and aluminum
plated steel heat chamber. Its pat
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pipes run cooL needs no screenino.
You clean It by a twist of the wrist I
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heat saving air circulating outer drum, a
No wicks to trim or replace. Heaters f
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assures you mere dependable performance and much simpler hook-up.
The men who we CURE-ALLS M you
and earn you a better price far yeur
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bought a replacement part for 1. S tVkert end they are in k " -perfect
condition adeyl They 1 1 r oil and so simple a I -school
child can operate them. r ifrtde this set I bavof .
$3,10040 property damage.
, Cpl. T. O. Brooks
' i State Highway Patrol v
l . v Wallace, N. C. V,
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.You're an old-timer If you can
remember when the effort to keep .'
straight was a moral issue instead
of a diet ' i, f -v " ' '
A hearty slap on a sun-burned.
back may give a man new courage
often courage enough to Obey bV
first impulse, . ' 1
- A man has reached the pinnacle,
of success when Eatery gives him -:
a headache Instead of a swelled
head. p. , K i
The men who rise the highest are '
those who have always remained f
on the level. v ' ' - -
EARNING LOTS OF $
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