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I outs Hold ;
! Night j
MM of parents night t
the Robert Bolt Woods I
Might with a fish stew,
the Scouts and served t
O'clock. Jepsey Pickett 1
it Master, assisted by \
ey. They, with mem- I
troop, spent the night J
it the site, in pup-tents, made bj
be bops. The next morning, Sunday
lebool was held and they returnee
erne about 11 O'clock. A feature o:
he Saturday night affair was at
ndian dance put on by the scouts
Attending the get-together wen
be families of Jepsey Pickett
'"rank Finney, Rev. J. L. Hood
V. E. Brewer. Emmett Watson
temus Teachey, Robert Hout, Bet
imith, Jr., and M. 0. Hatch.
\ Announce Birth
> Born to Mr. and Mrs. Faison De
. lano Smith of Raleigh, a daughter,
Kimberly Lynn, weight 7 lbs 11 Vi
os. Sunday, July 7, at Res Hospital.
' The mother is the former Linda Al
" phin of Mt. Olive, Route 1 The
' paternal grandparents are Mr. and
' Mrs. Faison Smith of Albertson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Currin Howard
of Deep Run Rt. 1, announce the
birth of a daughter, at tWayne Mem
orial Hospital, Goldsboro, July 8.
The mother is the former Scarlett
Hill of Mt. Olive Route 2. She taught
3rd Grade at the Pink Hill School
during 1962-1963 session.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Howard of
Pink Hill, Rt. 1 announce the birth
of a daughter, Ronda Faye, at Le
noir Memorial Hospital, in Kinston,
July 4. Mrs. Howard Is the former
Linda Faye Williamson, of Pink
Motor Pork Drivt-ln
Pink Hill, N. C.
Friday and Saturday July 12-13
The Secret Partner
Starring Stewart Granger aad
Sunday, July 14
"My Six Loves"
Starring Debbie Reynolds
and Cliff Robertson
The Funniest Fix A Girl Ever
The Rome Rides, sponsored by
the Pink Hill Junior Chambers of
Commerce and the Volunteer Fire
Department was a moderate suc
cess according to a spokesman for
the group. The Rides which were
set up on a vacant lot near the V. F
W. Hut, left at the weekend for Kin
The Jaycees report that all posts
have been installed at the street
corners, in Pink Hill and that the
signs have been shipped from Birm
ingham, Ala. The next project will
be the installation of house numbers
in the town. The organization is
making plans to sponsor a booth at
the Duplin County Fair, at Beula
ville in September.
40 & 8 Observe
Ladies night was observed by
members of the Albertson 40 and 8
at a meeting held at the American
Legion Hut at Maxwell's Mill on
Wednesday night of the past week.
A ham supper with all the trim
mings was served to the approxi
mately 100 folks who attended, in
cluding guests from Kinston, New
Bern and other surrounding towns.
WILLIAM D. HOUSTON
William Dolphes Houston, 46, of
Rt. 1, Magnolia, died Monday morn
A native of Duplin County, he
was a farmer.
Funeral services were conducted
Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Nor
man Memorial Chapel. Interment
was in the Devotional Gardens near
Surviving are his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lonnie Houston of the
home; three sisters, Mrs. Rovine
Jones of Clinton,' Mrs. Irene Henry
and Miss Ida Mae Houston, both of
the home; three brothers Harvey,
Sam and Winfred Houston, all of
the home. >, '
X BOSTIC'S DRY CLEANING
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
In Pink Hill, N. C.
(Building Formerly Occupied By
Allen's Dry Cleaners)
| Next Door To The New W. H. Jones Co.?
1 # PLENTY OF HOT WATER
m ? OPEN SIX DAYS A WEEK
|p ? ALL WORK GUARANTEED
F' ?We WiU Appreciate Your Business?
Home Federal Savings
11. . and Loan Association of Kinston
I; JUNE 30, 1963
I ' '? ? ?' ?* - ? ? ?/ : , ? " 5 '?
First Mortgage Loans 18,567,829.28
Loans on Savings Accounts 55,875.90
Home Improvement Loans 219,509.65
Spiral Estate Owned ? 34,219.03
K. Fvopei ly Sold on Contract 32,456.46
;U. S* Government Bonds 1,091,546.90
Federal Home Loan Bank 280,000.00
[ Cash on Hand and In Banks 503,747.93
r tOffice Building and Equipment
Less Depreciation 401,535.85
Deferred Charges and
Other Assets .... 60,901.25
^gj|f Total $21,266,416.43
Savings Accounts 18,202,136,54
Federal Hoqie Loan Bank 1,700,000.00
Loans in Process 389,096.07
Unearned Interest 37,429.44
Other Liabilities 11,835.95
Specific Reserve 500.00
General Reserves 891,532.81
Surplus 33,885.62 925,418.43
Horace L. Sutton
A. I. Sutton* and Seas
Chairman of the Board
Br; Gray A Oglesby Company
Vice Oudrmaa of the Board
J. V. Brittle
Homo Federal Saving* and
Ray 8. Barbre
Lenoir Tire Oa.
W. E. Dona
V. 8. Hembly
C. W. Hovarii
W. A. Moore
W. A. Moore * Co.
Geoeie E. Vlek \ * ?
KMotae Landry ft '
^ STAFF OFFICERS
IB ; J. V. Brittle President John L. Gray. Jr Assistant Vice President nd Controller
| W. W. Whittle gton Vice President and Secretary R. B. Rayford .......... Asristant Secretary-Manager. Snow mil
I Franc la A. Holt Assistant Vice President R. B. Alexander Assistant Secretary-Lena Officer
jhOwne N. Letckworth Treasurer Robert F. Kornegay Manager. Warsaw
WARSAW ADVISORY BOARD r> I
P. H. Carttan, Chairman J. E. Strickland Paal BrMt
|H| L J. Qniaa P. J. Rlrenhark
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS
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SNOW HILL OmCI
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Better values... because we're keeping the
r . manufacturers' workrooms busy during
. ft their slow season.
Kj Better selections . . . stocks are complete,
i Nj with a host of fur-trimmed and untrimmed
coats to choose from.
Here, we illustrate just a few of the lovely
styles in our Layaway collection.
LUSCIOUS ALL, WOOL FABRICS
smooth, lustrous, from famous makers.
PRECIOUS MINK COLLARS
in the newest, most flattering colors.
NEWEST 1963 SILHOUETTES
I slim and straight or softly flared.
on Luscious Ail Wool
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LOW, LOW PRICE for such satin-smooth fabrics,
such rich mink!
FABRIC: Stevens broadcloth-finished all wool.
MINK COLLARS: Ranch, Autumn Haze, Black
LININGS: Acetate satin, Milium (r) insulated.
COLORS: Black, beige, taupe, red, blue included
in the group.
SIZES: 6 to 20.40 - 44. Also Tails.
on Magnificent Lustrosa
STYLING: Sleek and elegant, with mink up to
FABRIC: Rich, luxurious all wool I^ustrosa.
MINK COLLARS: Ranch, Autumn haze, Cerulean
LININGS: Acetate-and-rayon satin, Milium (r) in
COLORS: Bamboo,taupe, black, blue.
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