THE DUMJN TIMES, KKNANgVUXX, N. C THUB8DAT, gEFTEMBEB M, !
Mrs. Turner Hostess
Circle I And 2
Mrs. T. A. Turner was hostess to
Circle No. I of Pink Hill Presby
terian Women of the Church at her
home Tuesday night The .Bible
atudy on Paul's Second Missionary
journey, was presented by Mrs.
Sari Smith. Mrs. E. W. Grady,
chairman, was in charge. Refresh,
menta of lee cream and cake were
served, after which Mrs. Turner
showed films of interesting places
ahe' -visited on a Mediterranean
cndoe earlier Ihts year. (Circle No.
X meeting at the church also on
Tuesday night, were Invited to at
tend the showinc
Miss Onflow Veds
Hiss .Jewell Outlaw, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Outlaw of Car'
olina Beach, became the bride of
Cajft. LeEoy Good on August 28,
set Moses Tjtke, Washington, The
bride is assistant Chief Nurse at
Larson Air Force Base, where Capt
Good is pilot. She is a niece of
Mrs. Durham Grady of Albertson
amd a termer graduate of the B.
T. Grady Bigh Srilrool.
Mrs. T. A. Turner received club
member bigh score prize when
Mrs. J. M. Jones entertained her
bridge ehib at her home in Pink
JJJH, on Wednesday. Mrs. Jasper
Smith was the winner of secnd high
smd Mrs. O. W. Huffin the conso
, lation award. Mrs. Matt Burke, vis
iting here from Baltimore, was re
membered with a gift. Following
arrival of the guests, cold drinks
were served and after play, a de
licious pineapple salad plate, was
The Ladies Auxiliary to the Wll
lard Smith Post No. 9514 met at
the post home Monday night, Sep-,
tember 6, for Its regular monthly
meeting. Mrs. Jasper Tyndsll, who
is president, presided. One new
member took the obligation and
was received into the organization.
The announcement of. the resigna
tion of the district president, Mrs.
Carolyn Bass, was made and also
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1 " i. FRIDAY AIID SAIURDAY
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the anouncement that Mrs. Sid My
ers of LaGramge bad been Installed
to replace herT -The group voted to
contribute $9.00 to the Emergency
March of Dimes fund, Contest prizes
were wrapped to be sent to the Vet
erans Hospital at Fayette vUle.
Mesdames Zoa Turner and John
X. Johnson served refreshments.
Twelve members were, present,
The B. F. Grady Home Demon
stration Club met with Mrs. Wi"ird
Westbrook Hos-day isMauuwin, Sep
tember 6, with IS members present.
"God Bless Our Home" was sung
to open the meeting. The president,
Mrs. R. A. Smith talked on the
county council. Mrs. William Sut
ton gave the devotional. Mrs. Am
brose Smith, secretary, read the
minutes of the previous meeting.
Mrs. Johnson, home agent, talked on
the care of children. The club
stressed the Emergency March of
Dimes cause and donated $10.00 to
it Everyone was urged to hear Dr.
Arnold Hoffman's address in Ken
ansville. Sunday P. M. October 3.
Yearly reports were turned in. The
hostess served Iced drinks and
Mrs. J. I. Smith is reporter for
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ricks of Ed
enton have announced the birth
of a daughter, Elizabeth Burke, in
a hospital there on Friday, Septem
ber 10. The mother is the former
Jacqueline Burke of Pink Hill and
was formerly employed by the Du
Covered Dish Parly
A covered dish supper was ser
ved at the V. F. W. Hut in Pink
Hill Friday night by members of
the Auxiliary to the Willard Smith
Post No. 9514. Each member was
asked to bring enough food to ser
ve any guests she might like to in
vite. Following the supper a col
lection was taken. The $21.00 from
'his collection went toward paying
for at life membership in the Nation
al V. F. W. home at Eaton Rapids,
J:D LjuULulJ U by
Fellowship Council, attended ' a
meeting of the Council at Carolina
Beach during the weekend.
Mrs. Sallie Westbrook Is getting
along nicely at her home following
a few days treatment at Lenoir
County Hospital, Klnston.
Cub Seoul Meet .
A cub scout meeting, held, at Out
law's Bridge Saturday night was
for the purpose of appointing com
mittees to assist in planning pro
grams for the New Year.
At Sneads Ferry fishing Saturday,
were the following members of the
H. D. Maxwell family. Mr. Maxwell
of Pinft Hill, Col. and Mrs. H. D.
Maxwell, Jr., and Suzanne and
Maxie of "Washington, D. Mrs.
Walter Godwin and Lela K. and
Billie of Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Watlington and Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett Rogers and children
of Pink Hill.
Mrs. N. :B. Stokes of Klnston was
a Tecent guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Robert Holt and family.
Mrs. W. H. Jones and Miss Billie
Jones were in "Raleigh Wednesday
to accompany Miss Lula Mae Jones
who will study at Meredith Col
lege this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Stroud accom
panied their daughter, Miss Doro
thy Carol Stroud to Meredith Col
lege, Raleigh, on Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Lee of Tampa, Fla
and Mrs. E. M. SiTls of Wilson are
guests of friends in and near Pink
Misses Jo Ami Grady and Shelby
Jean Southerlan4 left Monday for
Red Springs to enter Flora McDon
Miss Peggy Grady has enrolled
at the Womesft College in Greens
boro where she wiH major in Home
.Miss Betty Brttt Perkins has en
rolled at A. C C Wilson where
she will be a sopbamore this year.
Mrs. Matt Burke of Baltimore,
who has been vadttnc her father,
Mr. Mortimer Maxwell at Pink
HilL has gone to Edeastsa to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Ricks,
Mr. Ricks and their Infant daugh
ter. Mr. Maxwell accompanied her
to Edenton. ' -
Mr, and Mrs. Edward Hill spent
the weekend at the Smith cottage
qn Atlantic Beach. 1
Mrs. Willard 1 Whitley and two
children left recently for Murfrees
boro, Tennto join Sgt. Whitley,
where they will be stationed after
having occupied an apartment in
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Maxwell while the Sgt.
was on foreign duty with the U.
Mr. Angus Mercer of Charlotte
was here during the weekend to
accompany Mrs. Mercer home, fol
lowing a weeks visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Maxwell.
Mrs. Robert' Holt and son, Larry
were at Elizabeth City recently, to
visit Mrs. Holt's sister, Mrs. Carroll
Walters and family.
Principal and Mrs. H. M. Wells
spent the weekend at the Duplin
Cottage at Carolina Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Williams
and Mr. Bob Holt were at Tuscaro
ra Wednesday to attend a supper
meeting concerning finances of the
Scout Council which was held there.
Master Sgt. Milton Whaley, army
recruiting agent of Wilson, was a
guest of his sister, Mrs. Lehman
Williams and family, Saturday.
" Miss Celia Maxwell of Kinston
and Mrs. Clayton Rouse of Moss'
Hill visited relatives at Pink Hill
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cooke, Sr.,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cooke, Jr.,'
of Clinton were guests of the H. E.
Maxwell family Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Norman Anderson of Mt.
Olive, Mrs. Christine Williams and
Melvin visited Mrs. M. J. Whaley
at Beulaville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Watling
ton and daughter, Diane of Reids
ville, were recent guests of Mr.
Watling's brother, Mrs. Johnny Wat
lington and Mrs. Watlington.
Mr. H. D. Maxwell, Sr. who spent
last week with his son, Col. H. D.,
Jr., and family in Washington, D.
C, returned to his home Friday
Roger Post Hill went to Raleigh
Friday, where as a member of the
student government at State Col
lege, he participated in the Orien
tation activities prior to the open
ing of the college this week.
Mrs. Emmett Sogers and child
ren, Emmett Earl, Hugh and Diane
and Mrs. Johnny Watlington vis
ited the Walter Godwin family in
Mrs. Seth Turner is ill at her
home oa Albertson, Route 1.
Whan loading aa automatic
dishwasher, always place alumi
num piece toward the back so
that, ffhea the detergent cup
opena, the? wont be sprayed" with
mdlMolted detergent The prop,
i ar mint of detergent when
I cttaaoivad to vatwr, aria sot barm
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' By SARAH T. JONES
Home Service Representative
, Carolina Power & Light Co.
Homemakers Rate Jobs
Cooking rated as, the most popu
lar household job and care of chil
dren was a close second with two
groups of city and suburban home
makers interviewed by the Michi
gan Experiment Station in a hSme
management study. Women repre-
senting lower-income and medium-
MRS. J. H. PARKER
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor an
nounce the birth of a son on Fri
day, September 3rd. Mrs. Taylor is
the former Miss Joyce Faye Willi
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Outlaw and
children of Raleigh spent Saturday
night with Mrs. Katie Outlaw and
family. They especially came to at
tend the 1940 class reunion of B.
F. Grady High School Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Parker and
baby Preston of Mt. Olive visited
relatives- here Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Albert Nichols and Dennis
Nichols of Sims spent Sunday and
Monday with Amos J. Outlaw and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Outlaw
and children of Raleigh were week
end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. M.
Among visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Remus Creel Sunday and Monday
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Creel of
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Goodson
of Goldsboro, Mrs. Nora Hinson,
Adamsville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Har
ris, Wilmington, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Rouse, Mrs. Mark Creel, Mrs.
Don Newsome of Kinston, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Olson of Raleigh.
Quite a number from this section
have been visitors at various beach
es during the Labor Day weekend.
James Parker of Whiteville visit
ed his family from Friday night un
A reunion of the family of the
late Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Simmons
was held at the Cliffs Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Ira W. Bowles and son, Bil
ly of Newport News, Va, were a- !
mong those from a distance to at- i
tend the reunion. Mrs. Bowles is
the former Miss Emma Mae Sim
mons. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Parker were
recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs.
Malcolm Hatcher near Faison. 1
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UK. rAKntK: IN fflLUH
AT GROWERS you can BE ASSURED of EFFICIENT, COURTEOUS SERVICE and TOP PRICES,
grade for grade for your tobacco! The gelling season is now in full swing and below are a few
Farmer sales picked at random from floor sheet s of Growers Cooperative Warehouse, September 10
Grower: C. W. Griffin, Route 2, Elm City, N. C. Grower: F. D. Turnage, Fountain, N. C.
1,034 lbs. Sold for $719.66 886 lbs. Sold for $609.10
AVERAGE $69.60 AVERAGE $68.75
Grower: Mrs. Margaret J. Cobb & Allen J. Baker, Grower: John C. Hooks & Elroy Jones
Route 2, Farmville, N. C, Route 2, Fremont, N. C.
1,944 lbs. Sold for $1,345.24 664 lbs. Sold for $454.04
AVERAGE $69.20 AVERAGE $68.38
Grower: H. B. Winstead & J. L. Smith Grower: R. F. Spieght & Luther Reason
Route 2, Eton City, N. C. Route 1, Stantonsburg, N. C.
662 lbs. Sold for $450.16 1564 lbs. Sold for $1,048.14
AVERAGE $68.00 AVERAGE $67.02
Grower: A. J. Galloway & Oliver Poythress Grower: Julius Baker
Route 1, Stantonsburg, N. C. Route 3, Elm City, N. C.
1072 lbs. Sold for $717.34 2074 lbs. Sold for $1,370.66
AVERAGE $66.92 AVERAGE $66.09
la addition tm these high prices we pay cos tome
savings effected through efficient operation, to e
operative Warehouse. You do not have to be a
i:0Y is the time lb Bring Your
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income families were included, all
about the age of 40 years and all
with children of school age.
Most disliked jod with both
grouns was the cleaning of the
house. Mending and making over
clothes came next on the unpopula
rity list. Average time spent in
mending by women in both groups
was e half hour, a week, but the
medium-income group spent consid
erably more time in sewing than
the lower-income group.
Washing clothes was liked better
by the, lower-income than the medi
um-income home makers, even
though the latter had more auto
matic washers or sent more laun
dry out. Some women, in both
groups rated washing as their best
liked job. Ironing was less popu
lar. More than a third of the wo
men in each group reported that
ironing was their "most fatiguing"
or "most disliked" task.
Women in the lower-income fam
ilies generally liked housework bet
ter than those with more income.
The latter showed a tendency to
ward dissatisfaction with the .role
of homemaker, commented on fa
tigue on household jobs and ex
pressed more interest in extra ac
tivities such as club or community
work or hobbies like music or art.
Answers given by both groups
showed that they associated fatigue
with dislike of jobs.
A significant finding was that
neither group recognized good man
agement as characteristic of good
homemaking. Apparently, the man
agement training which has made
such strides in business, industry
and agriculture has not yet "come
home," if these homemakers are
typical. The Station suggests that
family life would benefit if home
I request that the pub
lic 'will not fish or duck
hunt in my fish pond for
one year, beginning Sep
tember 1, 1954.
Route 1 Box 50
Albertson, N. C.
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GROYERS COOPERATIVE WAREHOUSE, Inc.
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( Be tween Norfolk Southern and ACL Underpasses)
A genius is the man who savf j
the right thing at the right time, In
the right place. ,, , ; . .
The person with a clear' consci
ence dosen't care if other do' see
Any man has a right to be a live
wire, but has no right to burn his
Any man preaches louder by his
square dealing tnan Dy ms mgn
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